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Tree removal will close tracks on Kaiti Hill
1 Apr 2009
Walking tracks on Titirangi Reserve (Kaiti Hill) are closed this week while exotic trees are removed. These will be replaced with native trees as part of the Titirangi Reserve Management plan. Walking tracks and the car park will close on Wednesday 1 April from 8am till 5pm and weather permitting will reopen on Wednesday April 8. Read more >>
First Cycling Advisory Group meeting
27 Mar 2009
The first meeting of a new advisory group for cycling is being described as 'constructive' by local cyclists and council staff. Read more >>
Water restrictions still necessary
27 Mar 2009
Water restrictions for city residents are still required but we have eased the degree of restriction back to level 2.  This means sprinklers can now be used daily between 6am and 8am in the mornings and 6pm and 8pm in the evenings. Read more >>
Sand for new timber mill foundations
27 Mar 2009
Sand to be extracted for the foundation of new timber processing mill.   The extraction of 10,000 cubic metres of beach sand from an area near the Waipaoa river mouth will start next week. The sand is required for ground preparation prior to construction of the new Hikurangi Forest Farms timber processing plant in Dunstan Road. Read more >>
Councils battle it out
23 Mar 2009
The annual inter-council sports tournament held in Gisborne last weekend was a complete success according to regular attendees who dubbed it "the best tournament ever". The weather was perfect, the competition intense and the 650 competitors fired up and ready to have a great time. The final result was a clean sweep by the Auckland based council's on the field.  Read more >>

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