Sewage into stream

WARNING signs have been erected at Wainui Beach following a sewage discharge into the Wainui Stream yesterday...

Winner again but how does he do it . . . ?
IT WAS not the first time Mahia identity Merv Goodley has won the Classic Hits Bushmere Arms Giant Pumpkin Competition but this year he did produce...
IT was a small protest march on Saturday but there will be another hopefully bigger one in five to six weeks as the fight to save the Gisborne-Napier...
THE civic service for the 100th anniversary of the Gallipoli landings will start an hour ahead of the traditional time at 8.30am...
THE battalions of Anzac Day poppy craftswomen who stuck to their knitting over the past few months have created hundreds of knitted, crocheted and...
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...
ARTS - STANDING on a hill above Wainui Beach, being serenaded by a dozen members of Gisborne Boys’ High School choir brought the visitors to tears...
CULTURE - FOLLOWING an approach from Wairoa Museum, the Scottish Borders Council yesterday approved the repatriation of a Maori flag that has been in...
FILM - HONOURING Gisborne man the late Genesis Potini and the community that supported him was the biggest challenge in making the movie, The Dark...
The Government and whole country have woken to a large hangover following Winston Peters’ crushing victory in the Northland by-election and the...
A perfect storm seems to have struck the National-led Government as it waits anxiously today for the outcome of the Northland by-election...
Anyone doubting the importance of roading and the costs involved in just keeping the network viable has only to read the draft regional land...
WHAT’S ON IN COUNCIL THIS WEEK - OH dear I am feeling very dispirited, deeply depressed even. I may be in need of Prozac. Normally beer is enough to...
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...
Re: Rail hopes always relied on subsidy or customers, who have not emerged — March 27 editorial...
The editor indirectly admonishes Gisborne District councillors in his editorial of March 18 because they appear to have ignored the very good news in...
Re: Increase in waste from campers, March 24 story...
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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