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24 Apr, 2014 - Wynsley Wrigley
THE Government’s decision to mothball the rail line between Gisborne and Napier was the correct decision and is supported by an in-depth regional...
24 Apr, 2014 - John Jones
AN annual summit between Ngati Porou and the Crown is part of an accord signed in Gisborne yesterday intended to create an enduring relationship...
24 Apr, 2014
A 42-YEAR -old man arrested after the shooting death of Douglas Witeri at a house in Elgin on Sunday has been charged with his murder...
24 Apr, 2014 - Wynsley Wrigley
MAINTAINING and building the road network on the East Coast is vital to developing the region’s economic performance, Cabinet ministers visiting...
24 Apr, 2014
THE East Coast Regional Economic Potential Study “predictably bags rail and promotes oil and gas exploration as our economic saviour,” says...
24 Apr, 2014
It was bluer than usual at the harbour yesterday when six of the Government’s 24 ministers joined National Party supporters for a fish and chip lunch...
23 Apr, 2014
EASTLAND Community Trust will take a lead role in the ambitious goal of establishing Gisborne as a “learning city” if recommendations from a report...
23 Apr, 2014
AN East Coast iwi is concerned the Crown has not made good on its promise to return a wharenui — the oldest meeting house in the country...
23 Apr, 2014
GISBORNE’S position as a bicultural stronghold has been cemented by the latest figures released from last year’s Census...
23 Apr, 2014
THE European ethnic group is still New Zealand’s largest major ethnic group, with 74 percent (2,969,391 people) identifying with one or more European...
23 Apr, 2014
• The two regions with the biggest increases in Maori populations in the 2013 Census were...
23 Apr, 2014 - Debbie Gregory
A GISBORNE woman is fuming about the “senseless act of cruelty” that left her a big vet bill and a pet cat with only three legs...
22 Apr, 2014 - Murray Robertson
A KAITI man is in police custody after a fatal shooting in Gisborne in the early hours of Sunday morning...
22 Apr, 2014 - Andrew Ashton
SOME district retailers say they are losing business to big-name corporate companies as a result of the Ministry of Social Development’s one-brand...
22 Apr, 2014
A WAINGAKE farmer is in Gisborne Hospital with a neck injury after a fall from his horse in a paddock on a property in Shanks Road at Waingake early...
22 Apr, 2014 - John Jones
A WIDE variety of topics, from cycleways to funding a rail link, have been covered in submissions made on the council’s annual plan...
19 Apr, 2014 - John Hill
FOUR weeks ago Sione Tamale was named winner of the Tiny White Medal for player of the day on the opening weekend of the Poverty Bay club rugby...
19 Apr, 2014 - Wynsley Wrigley
MAYOR Meng Foon has labelled the rules for determining local body and central government constituencies as “depressing” after confirmation of the...
19 Apr, 2014 - Roger Handford
THE worst of the tail of ex-cyclone Ita missed the Gisborne district but still delivered a sting, with widespread surface water, rivers in flood...
19 Apr, 2014
THERE are 437 fewer people in Gisborne receiving Work and Income New Zealand’s main benefits — a drop of 8.1 percent over the last six months...
19 Apr, 2014 - Talisa Kupenga
WHAT started as a brisk walk along the Weymouth promenade in England has led to 60 years of marriage for a Gisborne couple...
17 Apr, 2014
A GISBORNE woman and two young children are in Tauranga Hospital — the woman critical — after the car they were in plunged 18 metres off the highway...
17 Apr, 2014
ARMED police surrounded a house in Maclaurin Road at Hexton yesterday afternoon and succeeded in a long negotiation with a man in his 20s who had...
17 Apr, 2014 - Roger Handford
HEAVY rain ushers in the start of Easter Weekend for the whole Gisborne district and MetService has issued a heavy rain warning for the Raukumaras...
17 Apr, 2014
A MAHIA subdivision has been given the green light by the Environment Court after a six-year battle...
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