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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...
16 Apr, 2014 - Kristine Walsh
JUST a quarter of the way through the year, two people have been killed in truck accidents in the Gisborne region — the same number recorded for the...
16 Apr, 2014
GISBORNE’S port has had another record year for shipping, with more than 2.2 million tonnes of cargo, predominantly logs, handled in the 12 months to...
16 Apr, 2014
NEARLY two years after promising that a dozen schools in the Gisborne/Wairoa region would get access to faster internet speeds, the Minister of...
16 Apr, 2014
WAINUI Lions have been granted rights to operate the “Noddy” train at the Adventure Playground and store it in a council shed there on a two-year...
16 Apr, 2014 - Talisa Kupenga
GISBORNE’S 2014 Anzac Day commemorations will be held at the Cenotaph despite its state of repair, says Gisborne Returned Services Association...
15 Apr, 2014 - Murray Robertson
MASTER carver and waka builder Matahi Brightwell is making a final attempt to get access again to his “labour of love” . . . the 45-metre waka he...
15 Apr, 2014 - Sarah Curtis
A PROPOSAL to build a funeral home opposite Taruheru Cemetery is under challenge this week in the Environment Court...
15 Apr, 2014
THE MAIZE harvest has been disrupted by the wet weather in the past week and Corson Grain procurement manager Richard Hyland says if it carries on...
15 Apr, 2014
IT is pefect timing for Gisborne man Terry Sheldrake to step into the Gisborne District Council by-election...
14 Apr, 2014
GISBORNE pumpkin grower Malcolm Peach is a champion for the second year in a row...
14 Apr, 2014
A RUGBY player is recovering at home with 70 stitches to his head after an alleged stamping at a premier grade match at The Oval on Saturday...
14 Apr, 2014
MAKARAKA could be developed into the next suburb of Gisborne as part of an urban development strategy for Gisborne District Council...
12 Apr, 2014
GISBORNE District Council is ready for the next step in the controversial Grey Street to Midway boardwalk project, with resource consents expected to...
12 Apr, 2014 - by Kristine Walsh
AFTER having her Commonwealth Games hopes dashed in the days before, Gisborne swimmer Laura Quilter last night made it through to...
11 Apr, 2014 - Wynsley Wrigley
GISBORNE District Council’s draft Psychoactive Substances Policy stipulates only two possible locations for retailers — Gladstone Road, between...
11 Apr, 2014 - John Jones
FOUR trees in a reserve at Wainui that have been the subject of a controversy will be removed following a decision by Gisborne District Council...
11 Apr, 2014
A REPORT from district councillor Amber Dunn that accused the council of poor performance in relation to its actions on the removal of pohutukawa...
11 Apr, 2014
Two-time stroke survivor Flo Burns talks to Wynsley Wrigley about her experiences. Stroke Awareness Week runs until Sunday and she believes stroke...
11 Apr, 2014
SIMULTANEOUS lightning strikes severed power and communication throughout Gisborne and Hawke’s Bay for nearly two hours yesterday afternoon...
10 Apr, 2014 - Kristine Walsh
BETTER use of Maori land in Gisborne could generate more than $1.2 billion and create nearly 550 jobs in the region over the next decade...
10 Apr, 2014 - Andrew Ashton
GISBORNE teenage students remain among the heaviest smokers in the country but are increasingly saying no to the habit...
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