Four-person team from Huringa Pai know about weight and diabetes and are now beacons for healthy exercise
Representatives from seven Gisborne schools to visit China for first-hand cultural and education experience
Interactive timelines and maps tracing the contributions of nurses from Gisborne and the East Cape, a complement to the Museum of Tairawhiti's Recovery exhibition
Champion of champions triples bowls tournament in Wairoa at the weekend
Under-14 girls’ cricket team finish successful season with two twenty20 wins against Whakatane
On the eve of the ‘Colour Run’, Tairawhiti Multicultural Council president Arish Naresh talks to Justine Tyerman about how the accidental wearing of a blue sock with a brown one has spawned a global movement called OWDSOCKS — Opportunities Without Discrimination
When the Turanga Lions Club disbanded three years ago, four keen gardeners carried on with a project to beautify Hospital Reserve. Justine Tyerman talks to Ray Gowland about what their labours of love have achieved over 17 years .
Penny Skyrme would have liked to have called her Alps to Ocean story something more cheerful like ‘Gobsmacked in Godzone’ or ‘Landscapes with Liniment’, but in the end, the weather won out over the scenery.
Andrew Ashton looks at what a bumper civil engineering year means for contractors and subcontractors in Gisborne
Educator, pioneer Maori broadcaster and artist Haare Williams is keynote speaker
FOTON New Zealand is predicting great things for the recently-upgraded 2017 Tunland Double Cab 4WD — labelled internally as Tunland T3. The Tunland T3 edition …
A large question mark has hung over the future of land use on the Poverty Bay Flats since a 2012 study found the Makauri Aquifer, …
In his letter of March 15 (Ball with Palestinian leadership), Patrick Cooper rightly points out that hatred exists on both sides, and reminds us of …
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