‘Culture of arrogance’

DISTRICT Council planners were accused of having a culture of arrogance and lacking leadership by a group of consultants who spoke to the...

Biggest Easter egg hunt . . . ever
The Easter bunny has a busy Easter weekend ahead to hide more than 5000 chocolate eggs in preparation for the city’s biggest-ever egg hunt...
THE first steps to creating a freedom camping bylaw in Gisborne are under way but those responsible for drawing up regulations are warning there...
BALD is beautiful. Farmers customers were taken by surprise when they walked through the store’s Gladstone Road entrance yesterday morning to see...
TAKING home more than two-thirds of the awards at the Poverty Bay Gardening Circle prizegiving this month is not bad, especially when you are 88...
SWIMMING - CAMPION College student Matt Scott took on some of New Zealand’s top swimmers at Mt Maunganui at the weekend in the fifth of six swims in...
JUDO - GISBORNE Judo Club’s Tom McKenzie and Carlos Hihi announced their arrival on the international scene with silver-medal-winning performances at...
SPEEDWAY - THE East Coast Eels covered themselves in glory on Saturday night when they smashed the Rotorua Ratbags off the track to win the New...
MUSIC - ANTHONIE Tonnon scales Mangere Mountain with a guy sporting a mullet, a porn-star moustache and odd shoes, the pair deep in discussion about...
COMEDY - PETA Mathias sold her old house in Auckland to buy her new house in France which, the new house not yet being liveable, has for the time...
THROUGH it’s name, Horowhenua band Under The Sun triggers a bit of Gisborne songwriting history (see left) but, as guitarist Garry “Guzzy” Hibbs...
Anyone doubting the importance of roading and the costs involved in just keeping the network viable has only to read the draft regional land...
From agony to ecstasy, that was the range of emotions the Black Caps put a whole country through last night before qualifying for the World Cup...
Revelations that New Zealand spied on candidates vying for the job of director-general of the World Trade Organisation, a position Trade Minister Tim...
IN Deepening Community, Paul Born writes: “We live in community. It’s in our DNA. We need one another plain and simple. Community shapes our identity...
THE new bus stop at the inner harbour is only a small part of what has been changed and is restricting boat user access to the sea. Talk around...
READING your editorial on Saturday, March 14 and lead story the previous day, I just wonder what has produced this attack of amnesia...
This National Government together with KiwiRail have conspired to deprive Gisborne of its connection to the rail network of New Zealand. And now our...
As a comparative newcomer to Gisborne, having lived in this district only since 1990, may I say in all humility how much my husband Bob and I have...
Research on HPV immunisation being undertaken at Massey University may be of interest to your readers. The uptake rate for this vaccination, which...
Justine Tyerman overcomes her fear of solo travel and revises her ideas about coach tours . . ...
Sandra Walsh writes about visiting the seven wonders of the inland waterways of the UK. Husband Barry Teutenberg took the pictures...
A dragon’s tail sideswiped me as I was standing inside the Taoist temple among hundreds of zealous worshippers with their offerings to the Goddess...
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