Woodward Chrisp staff wore their pinkest ensemble and ate pink treats for Pink for a Day on 9 October 2015 to raise funds for the New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation.
GISBORNE has become the first city outside Wellington and Auckland to take a lead role in implementing a United Nations-led initiative to further equal workplace rights for women.Following an official...
Manaaki Terekia (centre) is a local Gisborne boy who has come back to Gisborne to live and practice law. Manaaki was head prefect at Gisborne Boys High in 2009 and completed his...
We have written a series of articles for the Gisborne Property Pulse which is a monthly Real Estate publication. See our published articles below
Link to Gisborne Herald Business Quarterly article
Woodward Chrisp recently entered a team in the Ekiden Marathon Relay in Rotorua. The team members were Ross Revington, Adam Simperingham, Emily Bruce, Ann-Jolena Baker, Nicks Pittar and Michael Gordon. A great...
Croatia vs Brazil - the first game
Success for the Woodward Chirsp sponsored football team (years 9 and 10) winning the Football Super League this weekend at Nelson Park in Gisborne
Staff from a Gisborne law firm got their hands dirty on Friday... weeding, mulching and planting native trees on Kaiti Hill.
Woodward Chrisp first to complete office waste audit