Headlines : Is Tupua Horo Nuku Sustainable?  With a 16cm sea level rise between 2030 and 2040, and increased storms, is Marine Drive sustainable in the future? >> The Eastbourne Herald is our monthly news source, with community news, issues, profiles, events, information, services, real estate and more. A copy of the Herald is an essential accessory for contact details, local trades services, timetables and more. The Herald is delivered or you can pick up a copy at the Eastbourne Library. Eastbourne Herald Online edition Eastbourne Herald on Facebook , email editor@eastbourneherald.co.nz or phone (04) 562 750Read More →

Exciting times ahead ! We are nearing the start of construction on Tupua Horo Nuku, the Eastern Bays Shared Path which will create a safer environment for walking and cycling around the bays, enabling more active transport to reduce our carbon emissions. The construction will also improve the resilience of the road to help combat sea level rise and climate change. Our partners spoke about the significance of the project and the changes it will bring at an event earlier this year to announce the name ‘Tupua Horo Nuku’, which has been gifted to the shared path by Mana Whenua. Construction will begin in August.Read More →

Headlines : Bays speed limit reduction looks likely >> The Eastbourne Herald is our monthly news source, with community news, issues, profiles, events, information, services, real estate and more. A copy of the Herald is an essential accessory for contact details, local trades services, timetables and more. The Herald is delivered or you can pick up a copy at the Eastbourne Library. Eastbourne Herald Online edition Eastbourne Herald on Facebook , email editor@eastbourneherald.co.nz or phone (04) 562 750Read More →

Headlines : Get involved in local politics >> The Eastbourne Herald is our monthly news source, with community news, issues, profiles, events, information, services, real estate and more. A copy of the Herald is an essential accessory for contact details, local trades services, timetables and more. The Herald is delivered or you can pick up a copy at the Eastbourne Library. Eastbourne Herald Online edition Eastbourne Herald on Facebook , email editor@eastbourneherald.co.nz or phone (04) 562 750Read More →

The Community Board will again ask Metlink to answer questions about the Eastbourne bus service before our next meeting on 21 June. Metlink still blames the lack of drivers on the reduced service and hasn’t yet committed to reinstating the 85x bus service. We plan to ask why many buses leaving Eastbourne don’t appear on the app or RTI displays at the bus stops (which means commuters have no idea whether a bus is coming). We will also ask when Metlink will run bus services connected to the ferry service. And we are interested to know how many Eastbourne bus services are cancelled compared toRead More →

Headlines : Car Vandals Strike Eastbourne >> The Eastbourne Herald is our monthly news source, with community news, issues, profiles, events, information, services, real estate and more. A copy of the Herald is an essential accessory for contact details, local trades services, timetables and more. The Herald is delivered or you can pick up a copy at the Eastbourne Library. Eastbourne Herald Online edition Eastbourne Herald on Facebook , email editor@eastbourneherald.co.nz or phone (04) 562 750Read More →

You may have seen or heard that the NZ SeaRise: Te Tai Pari O Aotearoa programme has released location specific sea level rise projections out to the year 2300 for every 2 km of the coast of Aotearoa New Zealand. Following delays due to covid and also waiting while HCC group consulted and gathered info on what’s actually being done locally the Eastbourne Community Board will be initiating / organizing community meetings so that we can understand future sea level rise scenarios for Eastbourne and the Bays and work together to respond. Eastbourners are a capable, resilient lot. We love where we live. We canRead More →

Headlines : Flouride failure likely to impact the vulnerable. Development plan for 15 Puriri Street provokes calls for public notification. >> The Eastbourne Herald is our monthly news source, with community news, issues, profiles, events, information, services, real estate and more. A copy of the Herald is an essential accessory for contact details, local trades services, timetables and more. The Herald is delivered or you can pick up a copy at the Eastbourne Library. Eastbourne Herald Online edition Eastbourne Herald on Facebook , email editor@eastbourneherald.co.nz or phone (04) 562 750Read More →