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The Gisborne Port Company will wrap up temporary repairs to a damaged retaining wall in the harbour within the next couple of days.
Record swells of almost eight metres have ripped away at a 25m long piece of the port's retaining wall, which separates the port area from Tauranganui River.
Eastland Group chief executive Matt Todd says staff will replace the concrete slabs that have been destroyed with steel plates.
He says operations at the port haven't been disrupted by the damage to the wall.