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6 days ago

Eastland Group

These Gisborne Intermediate School early morning surfers got the first look at the Silver Muse as she arrived in the harbour this morning. With outdoor opportunities like this for our youngsters and the weekend's weather looking superb...who'd want to live anywhere else? Happy Friday everyone! ...

1 week ago

Eastland Group

This is Matt Schmelz! He’s our maintenance and project assistant and yes he’s always this jovial! While January was a low export month at Eastland Port because of the holiday and Christmas break Matt was always around keeping an eye on our upgraded stormwater treatment plant. This January 196,992 tonnes of wood was loaded onto eight log vessels and three ships took away 2828 tonnes of squash. Forestry operations are back to normal now and cart in rates are picking up in February. Squash and kiwifruit are on schedule with four more vessels planned. Five cruise ships visited the region in January which brings the total number to 12. There’s seven to go with the next one in on Friday! ...

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18 hours ago

Eastland Port

Cruise Ship Golden Princess anchored in Tūranganui-a-Kiwa/Poverty Bay yesterday made for a stunning backdrop to this year’s Weet-bix Kids TRYathlon. While hundreds of passengers came ashore 1000 school aged children swam, biked and ran their way to personal glory. This is the second year participating athletes have completed the leg swim in the ocean giving the event a real Olympic triathlon vibe. Ship spotters would have noticed Eastland Port had a very busy day with movements required for squash ship Atlantic Erica and log ships African Owl, Mountpark and Himawari K. ...

Cruise Ship Golden Princess anchored in Tūranganui-a-Kiwa/Poverty Bay yesterday made for a stunning backdrop to this year’s Weet-bix Kids TRYathlon. While hundreds of passengers came ashore 1000 school aged children swam, biked and ran their way to personal glory. This is the second year participating athletes have completed the leg swim in the ocean giving the event a real Olympic triathlon vibe. Ship spotters would have noticed Eastland Port had a very busy day with movements required for squash ship Atlantic Erica and log ships African Owl, Mountpark and Himawari K.

 

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Sarah Oettli 😎

Love how our community really gets behind and supports this event! Such an awesome event for our tamariki 😍

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5 days ago

Eastland Port

GETTING “hammered” in training by one of the country's best triathletes may sound rough but a young Gisborne up-and-comer sees that as a win! A 2019 Eastland Port sponsorship recipient, Josiah Ney recently signed on with Tauranga-based coach Craig Kirkwood. Eventually, he wants to get to the Olympics and so we're giving him a hand. Read more about the milestones he'll need to reach on the way at www.eastland.nz/news/blog/ ...

GETTING “hammered” in training by one of the countrys best triathletes may sound rough but a young Gisborne up-and-comer sees that as a win! A 2019 Eastland Port sponsorship recipient, Josiah Ney recently signed on with Tauranga-based coach Craig Kirkwood. Eventually, he wants to get to the Olympics and so were giving him a hand. Read more about the milestones hell need to reach on the way at http://www.eastland.nz/news/blog/

 

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Awesome Josiah! All the best 👍

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6 days ago

Eastland Port

These Gisborne Intermediate School early morning surfers got the first look at the Silver Muse as she arrived in the harbour this morning. With outdoor opportunities like this for our youngsters and the weekend's weather looking superb...who'd want to live anywhere else? Happy Friday everyone! ...

These Gisborne Intermediate School early morning surfers got the first look at the Silver Muse as she arrived in the harbour this morning. With outdoor opportunities like this for our youngsters and the weekends weather looking superb...whod want to live anywhere else? Happy Friday everyone!

 

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Shawn Norris

Ghee that’s a beauty and what a view.

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