Further action from investigation
Following the investigation of forestry issues
Council has commenced prosecutions against a number of
parties under the Resource Management Act.
prosecutions relate to six different forests in the Gisborne
region, including three forests near Tolaga Bay.
call-over date for these prosecutions will be 9 January 2019
in Gisborne District Court.
“We will not be commenting
on these prosecutions while they are before the Court,”
said Council chief executive Nedine Thatcher
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