Ngati Porou power up

A PILOT programme between Te Runanganui o Ngati Porou and Contact Energy will benefit East Coast marae and give power to the people...

Big enough for the dark horse in you
A CHESS set big enough to match Gisborne’s chess giants has been installed in an empty shop in Treble Court...
ACTION to reduce child poverty should be a top priority for the Government, say leaders of the Anglican Church here...
THE Gisborne to Napier rail link is one project Labour could consider if it becomes the government at the October election, party leader David...
TE reo Maori is celebrated every day of the week at EIT Tairawhiti’s Maori Language School...
BASKETBALL - SHAQ Hohipa-Wilson will lead the reborn Turanga Health Rising Suns team into battle when the Central Basketball League tips off at the...
RUGBY - STOP TK. Stop Pirates. That was the feeling of some High School Old Boys supporters after their side beat YMP 16-9 to book a place in the Lee...
RUGBY - HIGH School Old Boys kept their Lee Bros Shield dream alive with a 16-14 upset win over YMP in a Poverty Bay premier club rugby semifinal on...
FILM - PART-TIME film-maker David Whittet’s Amiri & Aroha trilogy took a little longer to wrap than the Lord of the Rings block-busters, but his opus...
ARTS - RTISTIC departures and discoveries mark the second major exhibition of the year at Toihoukura, Gisborne’s Maori art and design school. This is...
MUSIC - ELEPHANTS, tortoises, swans and fossils feature among an eclectic programme of piano music for the Party of Pianists concert next week. Not...
A MAJOR scientific review of neonicotinoid and fipronil pesticides (neonics) confirms they are causing significant damage to a wide range of...
A WEEK of sunshine following the shortest day, some tidy lambs and over 1000 decent in-lamb ewes seemed to encourage a good bench of buyers at...
Re: Stars coming into alignment for Navigations Project, at last — June 26...
The Eastland Community Trust’s summary annual report inserted in last Wednesday’s Gisborne Herald included a Capital Preservation graphic that has...
The Peel Street toilets have not been in the news so much since unsuccessful mayoral candidate Luke Donnelly took the council to the Environment...
With the clock ticking down to less than two months from the general election, the focus fell heavily on three party leaders at the weekend — David...
POLICE Superintendent Wally Haumaha announced last week that 12 new Maori inspectors will be at the heart of police regional decision-taking, as part...
WHAT’S ON IN COUNCIL THIS WEEK - MY , how scary — the seventh month of the year is almost over. The good thing about that is summer is coming!...
by Gwynne Dyer...
Message to the Mayor: If we visited Gisborne on a cruise ship it would be to enjoy the relaxed and friendly atmosphere of a small beach-side city...
The news of more cruise ships coming as well as the increasing number of Chinese tourists choosing New Zealand as their destination presents the...
Re: Estimated benefit per ship is $170k to $200k, July 19 letter...
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...
In 2013, after our two six-month trips on the inland waterways of the UK in a (not so) leaky boat, Barry and I bravely took the plunge and returned...
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...
National Volunteer Week began yesterday and runs through to Saturday. The theme for the awareness-raising national promotion is “naku te rourou nau...
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THE GUIDE AS AT JULY 10, 2014
Te Wananga o Aotearoa is marking Matariki (the Maori New Year) with a special whanau show at their Whirikoka Campus on Saturday (12noon-6pm)...
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