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28 Jul, 2014 - Kristine Walsh
CLOSING the street to cars may have stifled traffic but it could not stem the tide of pedestrians who swarmed to join the premiere of The Dark Horse...
28 Jul, 2014 - Murray Robertson
SIXTEEN people, including 13 girls, were treated in Gisborne Hospital following a bus crash in the Whareratas yesterday...
28 Jul, 2014 - Andrew Ashton
GISBORNE is experiencing growth in off-peak visitors and if recent trends continue, a lift in summer tourism is also on the cards...
26 Jul, 2014 - Murray Robertson
COMPREHENSIVE multimillion-dollars plans will be developed in the next year to further develop shipping infrastructure in the district, both in and...
26 Jul, 2014
EXPLORATION company TAG Oil has spudded its first well in the Gisborne region, three weeks later than first planned...
26 Jul, 2014
EXPLORATION company TAG Oil has spudded its first well in the Gisborne region, three weeks later than first planned...
26 Jul, 2014 - Andrew Ashton
SMALLER headline profit figures for Eastland Group’s interests in the electricity sector do not mark a slow-down in growth, the company says...
26 Jul, 2014
EASTLAND Port is one of the few major forestry ports in the country not to see a significant decrease in log export volumes due to the drop in prices...
26 Jul, 2014
HISTORY-making Gisborne Judo Club member Darcina Manuel summed up the feeling of winning a Commonwealth Games bronze medal in two words . . . “bloody...
25 Jul, 2014 - Murray Robertson
A MAN braved flames and dense smoke last night to save the lives of his son and nephew when he came home to find the kitchen of their Mangapapa home...
25 Jul, 2014 - John Hill
GISBORNE Judo Club coach Jason King shed a tear or three as he watched Darcina Manuel win bronze at the Commonwealth Games in Scotland in the early...
25 Jul, 2014 - John Jones
A SWITCH to a wetlands system for disposal of Gisborne city’s wastewater would lead to savings of millions of dollars for the District Council and...
25 Jul, 2014 - Talisa Kupenga
DESCENDANTS of Tuhoe from the Waikaremoana area gathered to celebrate the third reading of the Te Urewera Bill and the Tuhoe Claims Settlement Bill...
25 Jul, 2014 - Alice Te Puni
TAIRAWHITI Museum education officer Amber Kairau invites the community to “whakanuia Te Wiki o Te Reo Maori — celebrate Maori Language Week...
24 Jul, 2014 - Murray Robertson
A NEW farm confidence survey for the East Coast North Island region shows a high proportion of farmers expect increases in both farm productivity and...
24 Jul, 2014 - Kristine Walsh
THOUGH he heard a lot about him, Cliff Curtis never got to meet the late Genesis Potini, the Gisborne man he plays in much-hyped new Kiwi movie The...
24 Jul, 2014 - Andrew Ashton
FOLLOWING consultation with almost 1000 individuals and organisations, an independent safety review into the forestry industry is expected to release...
24 Jul, 2014 - Andrew Ashton
GISBORNE-based business Eastland Group is challenging fellow businesses in the district to signup for “speed of light” internet by getting behind the...
24 Jul, 2014 - Talisa Kupenga
A GISBORNE seamstress took to her sewing machine to help boost winter woolly numbers for the Gisborne Cancer Society...
23 Jul, 2014 - Alice Te Puni
A PILOT programme between Te Runanganui o Ngati Porou and Contact Energy will benefit East Coast marae and give power to the people...
23 Jul, 2014 - Talisa Kupenga
ACTION to reduce child poverty should be a top priority for the Government, say leaders of the Anglican Church here...
23 Jul, 2014
THE Gisborne to Napier rail link is one project Labour could consider if it becomes the government at the October election, party leader David...
23 Jul, 2014 - Alice Te Puni
TE reo Maori is celebrated every day of the week at EIT Tairawhiti’s Maori Language School...
23 Jul, 2014 - Mark Peters
A CHESS set big enough to match Gisborne’s chess giants has been installed in an empty shop in Treble Court...
22 Jul, 2014
THE former chief executive of a Maori trust has been found guilty of dishonestly using the organisation’s credit card to obtain about $15,000...
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