Gisborne


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Gisborne

(gĭz`bôrn), city (1996 pop. 32,608), East Coast North Island, New Zealand, on Poverty Bay. It is a resort and a port, exporting wool, frozen meat, timber, and fish. Captain Cook made his first New Zealand landing there in 1769.

Gisborne

a port in N New Zealand, on E North Island on Poverty Bay. Pop.: 44 900 (2004 est.)
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Successful business projects already underway include a bakery, a market stall, a mowing business, a roofing business, a dance company arts and craft making, nail and hair salons and teaching chess in Gisborne schools.
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Several nurses then told those at the meeting how hard they worked and how unfair the pay was, before picketing the Gisborne Hospital grounds, NZNO organiser Christina Couling said.
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The statue of Cook in Gisborne has been repeatedly targeted by vandals amid a heated debate about the portrayal of the town's complex colonial history.
It was centred off the north-eastern coast of the North Island, some 166 kilometres from the city of Gisborne. A series of strong aftershocks following shortly after.
In the worst hit area of Gisborne on the North Island, residents and workers were out Tuesday clearing driftwood and debris off roads in coastal communities.
The quake hit 110 miles northeast of the North Island city of Gisborne, according to the Malaysian seismic center, and its epicenter was a relative deep 35 kilometers.
According to GNS Science, seismologists believe the area starting 25 kilometres east of Gisborne is where the Pacific tectonic plate is forced to move below the Australian plate.
The biggest claim is that by Ngati Porou-a claim for about 200 km of the coast north of Gisborne. Specifically this stretches from the Pouawa Stream, just north of Gisborne, all the way up to East Cape and around it for some distance to Potikirua, west of Lottin Point.
Her phone signal was tracked to Melbourne's northern suburbs of Gisborne where it stopped.