More investment in EIT

A $1 MILLION makeover for EIT Tairawhiti’s commercial teaching kitchens will enable higher level hospitality and catering courses to be run here...

Students build a whole house while learning
CARPENTRY students at Te Wananga o Aotearoa are doing a bang-up job...
THE proponents of a multimillion-dollar sport, recreation and community hub at Waikirikiri Park hope to have new softball facilities up and running...
A FUNDRAISING appeal is under way to help a Kaiti family after the head of their family was severely injured in an incident in their home in Alice...
A MARAE-based catering and cooking programme EIT Tairawhiti tutors took to Te Pahou Marae at Manutuke originally aimed to develop the culinary skills...
POVERTY Bay’s Heartland Championship campaign ended in the Meads Cup semifinals on Saturday but the action is not over for two of their players...
RUGBY - MID CANTERBURY survived a storming last-quarter comeback to beat Poverty Bay 29-22 at Rugby Park on Saturday and deny the home side a place...
CRICKET - YOU were warned. In a story in The Gisborne Herald on April 19, we said Poverty Bay captain and top player Josh Bates may have to leave the...
ARTS - GISBORNE’S new C Company Memorial House does not open for another five weeks but there is already a sextet of sentries standing guard over the...
ENTERTAINMENT - SHE sings in eight languages and has toured the world, but Caii-Michelle still considers herself to be the “voice of Aotearoa” and...
ENTERTAINMENT - A TRAVELLING carnival of sound will soon roll the live thunder of five metal bands through the North Island, arriving in Gisborne...
NUHAKA ’s Nancy Crawshaw has taken out a major Australasian stock judging award...
VENDORS of well-conditioned store lambs, and the heavy lambs and ewes in the prime section, benefited from intensified interest in such animals — and...
HEALTHIER stock, protected staff and peace of mind are some big pluses for acting early when vaccinating calves this spring against leptospirosis...
The Government has been accused of having death on its hands over the decision to stick to a four-year Waitemata DHB-region bowel cancer screening...
The Government looks well placed to move on one of its key election platforms, employment law reform — although it will face something of a rearguard...
The thorny issue of emergency wastewater discharges into the city’s rivers looks like casting a shadow on Gisborne District Council’s freshwater...
WHAT’S ON IN COUNCIL THIS WEEK - RIGHTO , having been severely reprimanded by Mike Mulrooney, I shall endeavour to remember that council is a serious...
WHAT’S ON IN COUNCIL THIS WEEK - THREE committee meetings this week, but I only expect one of them to produce sessions as bouncy and interesting as...
“ WE must douse the fires of extremism and tackle the root causes of conflict.” This from UN Secretary General Ban Ki- Moon during last month’s...
If the council is ever going to limit and eventually overcome the problem of sewage being released into our beautiful waterways during heavy rainfall...
Re: Cruise ship visits...
According to the column by Bob Hughes last Saturday (All peoples have a right to peace), the days of peace seem almost over. Accordingly, the...
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Temperence and stamina are needed for life onboard a Danube River cruise ship. Passengers on the French-owned CroisiEurope MS Beethoven are assailed...
There was “pandamonium” at Taipei Zoo the day we visited, with thousands of excited adults and children queueing up to see Yuan Zai, the giant panda...
Justine Tyerman is mesmerised by the exquisite gold mosaics at Hagia Sophia in Istanbul . . . Hagia Sophia in Istanbul is one of the world’s greatest...
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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