Should Gisborne follow Wairoa’s example and make all public signage bilingual?
First stage of $550,000 road improvement scheme to make Kaiinanga hill safer offfically completed
Te Kura Awhio mixed martial arts club making great gains
Gold, silver and bronze come home from Western Bay of Plenty Area Open Judo Championships
All expectations blown out of the water with high competitor numbers and many new riders at Makorori Beach
Limes Whether you have a sweet tooth or can’t resist all things savoury, limes are a versatile citrus that can be used in sweet creations …
Tairawhiti Police medical doctor and Three Rivers GP Tom James was profiled in the latest edition of NZ Doctor by Cliff Taylor — the article was headlined A tale of two cities: GP scratches shiny surface to treat unseen ills.
Justine Tyerman can’t wait to ride inside a bubble. In the meantime, she reviews the 37-year history of her favourite ski field.
Nigel Pollock will take over as chief executive in August following the resignation of Mark Browne
He says council outlays should have 'call-back', with assurances on return of money
Eight artists, 100 days. Each artist chooses one creative activity and repeats it with a fresh work every day.
Funk, blues, bebop, jazz waltzes and Latin jazz feature in a John Mackill Sextet charity fundraiser
Debating is basically a polite impersonal cat fight of the wits, and what could be better than that?
The burgeoning Gisborne-East Coast forestry industry is facing an employment crisis, with companies struggling to find good workers as harvesting ramps up — to the …
The amount of wood harvested across Te Tairawhiti is expected to nearly double in volume over the next five years and remain at that level …
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