Police station cuts

GISBORNE police station’s public counter will close from 9pm each night and six non-sworn police staff have lost their jobs as a result of...

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From Monday the Gisborne Police Station moves from being open to the public 24-hours a day to 7am to 9pm opening, seven days a week. Are you comfortable with the change?

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