Heartbreak as they quit their home

A WALLIS Road couple will leave Gisborne because land stability issues have forced them out of their home — issues they claim were caused by poor...


TAKING WHAT THEY CAN: Mike and Sandra Crashley are packing up the contents of their home and salvaging what building materials they can. They are pictured here with their partly-dismantled deck in the foreground. The impact of land subsidence that forced them out is clear to see in the buckling deck supports. Picture by Paul Rickard
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SURFING - YESTERDAY he toppled the joint world No.1...
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FILM - WAIROA Maori Film Festival this year celebrates its 10th birthday with a documentary which looks at its own history...
MUSIC - IT will be little wonder if the members of Canadian band The Bombadils are a little distracted by the time they hit Gisborne this weekend...
With Gisborne District Council’s freshwater plan about to be publicly notified, there are concerns the Government may have thrown something of a...
A stark warning from the Reserve Bank on the risks posed by the Auckland housing boom has put Prime Minister John Key and his Finance Minister Bill...
This country’s first newspaper, the New Zealand Gazette , was published on a Saturday morning 175 years ago today on the Petone foreshore in...
Kia ora Geoff Parker! (Re: Public’s view clear in many polls, April 17 column)...
WHAT’S ON IN COUNCIL THIS WEEK - THE only things going on in council this week, apart from normal business, are a series of back room meetings...
I WOULD like to respond to the three gentlemen (April 14) who questioned my letter of the 11th...
Re: Public’s view clear in many polls, April 17 column...
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No Anzac banners for Te Araroa . . ...
Justine Tyerman overcomes her fear of solo travel and revises her ideas about coach tours . . ...
Sandra Walsh writes about visiting the seven wonders of the inland waterways of the UK. Husband Barry Teutenberg took the pictures...
A dragon’s tail sideswiped me as I was standing inside the Taoist temple among hundreds of zealous worshippers with their offerings to the Goddess...

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