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Proposed book bus would provide more books to rural residents
28 Apr 2009
Thousands of dollars worth of books disappear each year in Gisborne's rural hinterlands.  Nine community libraries are provided by Gisborne District Council for rural residents but they are largely unmonitored and entirely dependent on the goodwill of able volunteers and space available in rural schools.  Originally there were 15 libraries but lack of support in townships, residential exodus and lack of stock control have led to the closure of libraries located in Ruatoria, Tikitiki, Te Araroa, Waingake, Tauwhareparae and Waipiro Bay. Read more >>
Council keen to do what it can to help
28 Apr 2009
People should not be too distracted by the forecasters of gloom - a lot of the wealth lost had never existed, Gisborne District Council chief executive Lindsay McKenzie told people at a job summit here on Friday. Read more >>
Fine for skateboarder withdrawn
24 Apr 2009
A $750 fine Reuben Baker received when he broke a council bylaw regarding skateboarding in the city has been withdrawn. Read more >>
Does Gisborne need a new pool?
21 Apr 2009
Redevelopment of the Olympic Pool complex and the establishment of a multi-purpose aquatic & recreation centre are major projects that  council is considering as part of its Draft Ten Year Plan. Read more >>
New fire truck for Hicks Bay
18 Apr 2009
A fire truck with a special meaning will be presented to the Hicks Bay community this month.    It will be handed over at Hicks Bay on April 28 in a ceremony that will be attended by local and national dignitaries. Read more >>

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