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Roads will take some time to repair
2 Jul 2009
Our district's roads have been hard hit by this week's rain.  A large number of potholes have appeared throughout the city where water has got through the road surface onto already saturated ground. Roading contractors are busy making temporary repairs to the potholes, clearing culverts and removing slip materials. Permanent repairs will only be possible when the weather improves. Read more >>
Detour offered to get around Busby's Hill
2 Jul 2009
An alternative route between Gisborne and Tokomaru Bay north has been opened up for road users.  State Highway 35 remains closed after significant road subsidence at Busby's Hill. Council staff have prioritised clearing slips on Mata, Tuakau and Ihungia roads to provide a loop around the hill.  The loop is now open to light vehicles and small commercial trucks. It will add one hour to a journey up the coast but the only other alternative is via Opotiki.  Read more >>
Residents free to go home
1 Jul 2009
The several dozen people evacuated from Tolaga Bay late yesterday in the wake of the rising Hikuwai River are expected to return to their homes today. Read more >>
State Highway 35 restricted access
1 Jul 2009
SH 35 is expected to remain physically closed for the rest of the day. Read more >>
Flood situation update at 12.30pm
30 Jun 2009
About 500 people at Te Karaka north-west of Gisborne are expected to be isolated tonight. The rising Waipaoa River at Te Karaka, which is expected to reach 9.5 metres by this evening, is expected to cut off the 2 access roads into Te Karaka. Read more >>

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