Harbourmaster killed in Coast motorcycle crash

GISBORNE harbourmaster Captain Charlie Jamieson was killed on Saturday while riding his motorcycle on the East Cape highway at Waihau Bay near Cape...

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An agonising wait ended in jubilation for Richard “Ricardo” Christie early Saturday afternoon, with confirmation he will compete on the world’s elite...
PREPARATIONS for an eight-month project at the port’s upper log yard have drawn a complaint about strong odours from contaminated soil wafting into...
AN extra 900 people will next year have access to ultra fast broadband but Chorus has no plans to bring forward its 2018 completion date after...
TODAY marks the summer solstice and the weather is a good sign for Christmas Day...
DEFENDING Doleman Cup champions Pirates go into tomorrow’s final against OBR at Harry Barker Reserve unbeaten this season...
CRICKET - POVERTY Bay bounced back from two losses on the opening day of their Northern Districts secondary schools cricket tournament to beat Bay of...
CRICKET - POVERTY Bay’s hopes of winning their first Northern Districts secondary schoolboys’ cricket title are over after two twenty20 losses on the...
ENTERTAINMENT - NOT long after the BW Summer Festival is on in Gisborne, in a snowy landscape on the other side of the world, there is a music...
FILM - “I WANT to thank the people of Gisborne!” an overwhelmed Tom Hern said at last week’s Rialto Channel New Zealand Film Awards at which the...
ARTS - ARTIST Anthony Davies seems to like doing things in multiples of 10...
A succession of overseas tragedies combined to make last week one of the bleakest run-ups to Christmas for a long time, with each disaster seeming to...
The importance of trials next year to see if it is possible to recharge the Matokitoki Aquifer cannot be overstated — and it is only one of the major...
THE greatest challenge facing New Zealand’s universities is to act as incubators, brain trusts, social critics, businesses and buskers while...
SAINT Nicholas (also known as Santa Claus or Father Christmas) has had to put up with a lot over the years. After the latest blow, he may not show up...
FOR “shall”, substitute “may”. For example, change “countries signing this climate change treaty ‘shall’ state how much they are going to cut their...
WHAT’S ON IN COUNCIL THIS WEEK - WITH a bit of luck, absolutely nothing is happening in council this week that requires the presence or attention of...
Re: Pistol club aims for new home, Dec 18 story...
Re: Fountain wrong colour, December 18 letter...
I would like to express my gratitude towards Ken Huberts and Heart of Gisborne for keeping the Christmas spirit alive in the city with their pop-up...
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...
RERE School marked its 100-year milestone with centennial celebrations earlier this year but there are a few mysteries from the past to be solved...
RERE School marked its 100-year milestone with centennial celebrations earlier this year but there are a few mysteries from the past to be solved...
SEVENTEEN-year-old Gisborne Girls’ High School student and Social Sector Trial Youth Advisory member Tomairangi Mareikura shares her experiences of...
THE Loves-Me-Not healthy relationships workshop was piloted for the first time with year 12 and 13 Health Studies students from Gisborne Girls’ High...

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