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Lots of interest in community caretaker roles
5 Feb 2010
People who live in small townships surrounding Gisborne are passionate about their place if the response to a call for community caretakers is anything to go by. Gisborne District Council has had interest from people living in all of the nine townships that are looking for caretakers. “We have had 11 applications so far but many more phone calls from people who have said they will be applying,” said Dwayne Pomana who is handling the process. Read more >>
Hirini Street closed for pipeline replacement
3 Feb 2010
The Gisborne District Council will be closing Hirini Street to all traffic between Crawford Road and Wainui Road starting next week for approximately a fortnight (weather dependent).  Read more >>
Bridge closure isolates more than 30
31 Jan 2010
More than 30 people are isolated this evening north-west of Gisborne after heavy rain, rising floodwaters and a log jam caused a bridge to buckle inland from Te Karaka. Another 15 people trapped by two areas of floodwaters on State Highway 2 near Te Karaka were lifted out to Gisborne by helicopter late this afternoon where three have been put up in a motel. Read more >>
Heavy rain fall
31 Jan 2010
Gisborne emergency services are keeping a watching brief on the region’s rivers and streams this morning after a deluge of rain overnight caused minor slips and road closures. Read more >>
Township plans are about communities taking ownership of their future
27 Jan 2010
Having communities take ownership of planning for the future of their own township is the goal of the 2 staff members. Natural resources team leader Yvette Kinsella will be responsible for helping Manutuke and Matawai-Motu prepare a township plan and Keriana Wilcox (senior planner) will oversee the preparation of plans for Te Puia Springs-Waipiro Bay and Tikitiki-Rangitukia. Read more >>

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