Dougie has seen a lot of changes in his long career
Musician, conservationist and a strong advocate for biculturalism, Nigel Marshall tells Mark Peters about his world view
Bill Shortt talks to Mahia bach owner Willie Bullock about some of his professional diving exploits
Friday marked the end of an era for teacher Lesley Seymour, who celebrated her long career with a special send off at the school she has dedicated 43 years of her life to, Te Hapara School.
Fifty years since central government stepped up to fund tree planting in this region, to restore stability to severly-eroding hillsides, Dr Mike Marden says there is much still to be done.
Wenerei Thompson has travelled a long road to arrive at EIT, but the high school dropout turned professional league player, then meth addict and now fashion designer, has never been better.
Today marks the biggest change to the fire service in more than 40 years
Solution to sewage woes requires work with community
After 15 years working in Gisborne’s youth, education and voluntary sectors Jason Akuhata-Brown is returning to the business he started 21 years ago.
The Waimata River is one of the region’s most loved waterways, yet it faces a range of environmental challenges
Daphne Hay is preaching the word about exercise and setting an example for her whanau
Architecture graduate grew up around building, construction industry
Earlier this month many of the country’s top freshwater scientists, advocates and thinkers assembled in Uawa/Tolaga Bay for Te Mana o Te Wai Tairawhiti freshwater symposium. Michael Neilson went along to learn about the key challenges facing Tairawhiti, and where to from here.
The bridges of Eastland’s Motu Falls span 140 years of ambition and challenge. Motu Trails advocate Jim Robinson explores their history in a two-part series.
Te Runanganui o Ngati Porou chief executive Herewini Te Koha is a big man with a big job
‘So much potential and talent in this little hall’
‘There’s nowhere better in the world to live than Gizzy’
Gisborne man Simon Lawler talks to Justine Tyerman about life in the United States and the joy of introducing his family to his hometown
Former Gizzy girl Michelle Hoani Heihei shares a powerful testimony about how she overcame a lifetime of drug and alcohol addiction
City Watch member Tom Witana is one of three people employed to patrol Gisborne’s central business district
In the lead-up to Anzac Day on Tuesday, World War 2 veteran Ted Dominey talks to Wynsley Wrigley about memories of fighting in Italy in 1944-45
Enormous stigma about men being abused prevents many from coming forward
Gisborne man Peter Holdsworth tells the story behind his ‘baby’, Pultron Composites
Transplanted Christchurch geologist Dr Murry Cave shares his passion for geology and love of wildlife photography
Gisborne born and bred Florrie Brooking talks to Kim Parkinson about her recent appointment as Child, Youth and Family’s site manager.
Teddie Christmas talks to Justine Tyerman about the escapades she and her trainee nursing friends got up to at Cook Hospital during the late 1940s
Putting her mark on an organisation as large and complex as Gisborne District Council is going to be a big challenge for new chief executive Nedine Thatcher Swann
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
Suffering and life go together, because love and loss go together, and that's life, says international speaker and grief therapist Liese Groot-Alberts