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Warming up the needy By Celeste Lodewyk During winter the price of electricity rises and the need for heating increases which, for many Marlborough people can be the cause of stress and financial hardship. Elderly, solo parents and people with illnesses are some of those who are forced to face the cold without using their heating sources due to their inability to afford the running costs, according to Lachlan Marshall (pictured), Corps Officer for the Salvation Army Blenheim. The Salvation Army Blenheim responded to this need by creating a free firewood project in 2009 which Lachlan said has helped many ‘in need’. “We identified that there are many who can’t afford wood or to run their heat pumps but still have a fireplace, so we deliver a free load to them so they can keep warm during winter. Continued page 2
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Firewood project helps disadvantaged Continued from page 1 “This project has really grown over the years and we have received a lot of great support from community groups and businesses to help keep it going,” he said. Wooden pallets, felled trees and grape wood are regularly donated to the project, and those in need of the wood apply to the Salvation Army Blenheim office. “We have been fortunate enough to have Mainfreight, Toll Translink and factories
in Riverlands giving us their unwanted pallets which minimises waste for them and helps out the needy,” Lachlan said. Earlier in the year the project received some funding to employ a part-time worker to cut and sort the wood, while Community Probation Blenheim community workers helped with the deliveries. “This has really helped us out heaps and means we can get the wood to more people who need it,” he said.
DOC warned over 1080 breach The Department of Conservation says it will establish more rigorous processes for aerial 1080 drops after the poisonous pest bait fell near trampers on a Marlborough Sounds walking track last year. The incident sparked an internal review of a pest control operation in the Tennyson Inlet last November and DOC has received a formal warning from the Nelson Marlborough Public Health Service after bait fell onto an area near the Nydia Track that was excluded from the distribution zone. The 1080 bait fell near Kaiuma Bay residents Simon and Carol Caley, who made a formal complaint to Conservation Minister Nick Smith. Nelson Marlborough medical officer of health, Dr Ed Kiddle, said at the time that any risk to the couple’s physical health from this was likely to be minimal. The internal review found that people should not have been allowed on the track during the bait application. DOC North and Western South Island conservation services director Mike Slater said the review confirmed DOC had ‘thorough systems’ in place but also made some recommendations for improvement. “Failure to meet the requirements for aerial 1080 operations is unacceptable and we are ensuring we take measures to prevent a recurrence of the incidents that occurred with this Marlborough Sounds’ operation,” he said.
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“We will be reviewing and improving our procedures for aerial pest control operations.” The review found that workers carrying out the operation had overlooked the requirement not to allow people on the track because staff at a local lodge had raised concerns about the impact of closure of the track on its business. It also concluded that the detachment of a bait spreader bucket from a helicopter that same day had contributed to the accidental fall of bait into the track area, as it has disrupted the flying schedule.
The project sees an average of up to 350 deliveries per year all over Marlborough. “We prefer to deliver pallets whole and have people do the cutting themselves, this saves time but we can do the cutting if required.” People who are genuinely in need of free firewood can call into the Salvation Army Blenheim office at 35 George Street between 9am and 12noon Monday to Friday.
Cops catch 118 speeding By Kristy Martin Highway Patrol police detected 184 driving offences in Marlborough over the Queen’s Birthday long weekend. Team leader, Sergeant Barrie Greenall, said 118 of those were speed related, but the vast majority were caught travelling at minimal speeds over the limit. The highest speed above the limit was 81km/h in a 50 zone in Seddon, he said. An Australian tourist who was at the wheel received a $300 fine. Police also found an unrestrained child in a speeding car. The six-year-old was a passenger in a vehicle travelling at 111km/h near Kaikoura on State Highway 1. “Generally the traffic flows in Marlborough were very good, very quiet and the majority were wellbehaved,” Sgt Greenall said. “We were quiet compared to other areas.” The operation began at 4pm on Friday and concluded at 6am on Tuesday.
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Missing dog unites community
By Kristy Martin A couple’s plea to find their missing dog has touched the hearts of people across Marlborough. Bunny the German shorthaired pointer went missing on May 11 from her Anakiwa property and hasn’t been seen since, despite relentless searching by her owners, Richard and Karen Barker. Karen says she has been overwhelmed by how many people have joined the search for Bunny over the past three weeks, many of them strangers. “If love alone could bring Bunny home, she would be sitting beside me now,” Karen said. “One gentleman took his aeroplane out to search the high ridges over the weekend and the previous week he had been out for two days searching in his car. “A couple from Blenheim brought out their two dogs to search the forestry tracks over the weekend. “Many of the pig hunters in the (Woody Pig and Deer Hunt) competition also took a special interest in looking out for Bunny.” Shopkeepers have put up notices, friends and posties have delivered
flyers around the Sounds and many of the Barkers’ friends have walked and climbed for many kilometres in search of the missing dog. “Lots of people have just texted or phoned to offer words of advice or support. “We have been totally overwhelmed by the population of Marlborough rallying to our support.” The search team also located four other dogs, which have since been returned to their owners or taken to the pound. Bunny went missing at the same time as the Barkers’ other dog, Mertz, and Karen said it was unusual for the pair to wander away from the property. Mertz returned home five days later exhausted, thin, dehydrated and with sore legs. “We have not given up hope, but do realise that the odds are low that we will find Bunny alive,” Karen said. “We could not have had a better search team or more support from close friends, locals and strangers alike and we are incredibly grateful.”
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BURGLAR IN COURT A 40-year-old vineyard worker has appeared in court for burglary. The man was arrested in Ward on Monday afternoon over a burglary committed in Kaikoura. He was picked up by Highway Patrol officers after a description of the vehicle was given to police.
DRY JULY Sign-ups are open for the 2014 Dry July fundraiser. The event sees participants go alcohol-free for the month of July to support adults living with cancer. Last year, 73 Top of the South residents participated, raising $5649. Over 4000 people participated nationwide. To sign up visit the Dry July website.
FUEL THEFT Karen Barker with her dog Bunny, who has been missing since May 11. Inset: Richard and Karen Barker, pictured with dog Mertz, want to thank the community for its support. Photos supplied.
Sullivan retires from rowing at 27 By Adam Poulopoulos Olympic rowing gold medallist and Queen Charlotte College old boy Joseph Sullivan says he is ready to move on from the sport after announcing his retirement at the age of 27. Sullivan, who with Nathan Cohen won gold in the men’s double sculls at the 2012 London Olympics, made the announcement yesterday. Sullivan now begins a new career as a firefighter, after earning a full-time job in Auckland. His commitments start with a
livan took time out from the sport to consider his future, but decided to carry on. However, he took a series of non-selections as a sign a career change was a logical next step. “I was a reserve, and that’s not where I wanted to be. “I just kind of felt it was time for a change. I took it as an opportunity to get out, and I’ve achieved everything I’ve wanted to through rowing.” The announcement marked the end of a career beginning when Joseph moved to Picton aged 13,
and started rowing for QCC and at Picton Rowing Club. When asked if he would miss rowing, he responded honestly. “I guess some days I will but probably not too much. “I’ve been doing it for fourteen years, which is over half my life.” He lists the Olympic win as a career highlight, but also mentions his double sculls gold at the 2010 Rowing World Championships at Lake Karapiro. Overall, Sullivan finished with one Olympic Gold and two World Championship golds.
Police are reviewing CCTV footage to identify a driver who took off without paying for fuel at Springlands petrol station on Wednesday. A Silver Nissan Tiida drove off after the driver put in $81 worth of fuel, police said. The incident occurred at 11.05am at the Z station on Middle Renwick Rd.
BRAWL CLOSES TAVERN Owners decided to shut the doors of the Woodbourne Tavern after a brawl broke out following the pig and deer hunting competition on Sunday. Police were called to the tavern after patrons began fighting, believed to have been sparked by someone taking food off another’s plate. Tavern management said they closed the pub due to safety concerns.
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CORRECTION A Sun business article last week stated Picton cafe Cortado imported their new coffee machine from Italy, when in fact the machine is loaned to them by CPR Coffee Company as part of a coffee supply agreement. The Sun apologises for any inconvenience caused.
FEELING HAPPY? SHARE IT! The search is on for New Zealand’s happiest town, with a new interactive website called NZ MoodMap designed to capture the mood of New Zealand as it happens. Kiwis can now visit www.moodmap.co.nz and click to rate their current level of happiness, compare their mood with the regional average and see which regions are the happiest in the country. Individual happiness ratings are anonymous, but participants can choose to share their rating on social media.
Andrea wins big at awards By Adam Poulopoulos Blenheim real estate agent Andrea Church has been recognised with prestigious awards at the First National Group’s most recent awards function. Ms Church won trophies for the National Legend award, and for being the 10th highest achiever in First National’s Salespeople of the Year list, at the firm’s General Excellence and Marketing Awards in Darwin late last month. It is the seventh successive year she has finished inside the top ten, which is calculated on the dollar volume of sales. The First National Mark Stevenson Blenheim office also won the National Top Office award, for offices with 11 or more salespeople, for the ninth year in a row. All awards included only New Zealand entries. Ms Church said she was proud to win the Legend award, which acknowledges consistent excellence at a national level. She said there were several reasons for her success. “Hard work and long hours. I’ve got a pretty positive attitude, which probably makes a big difference. “I’m also on the same level as my clients, treating people how I like to be treated.” Ms Church started at Mark Stevenson
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on April 1, 2006, and was thankful for the support of her family and clients during that period. “Loyalty is huge for me, and I’ve got good loyal clients too. “I’m very lucky to have good backing from my family, which makes it easier to
put in time for the clients.” The Mark Stevenson office will be heading for 10 in a row in the Top Office awards next year, something Ms Church said the office was focused on achieving. “I think we’re in with a good chance.”
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Plant a tree for Environment Day Mayor Alistair Sowman marks Environment Day by helping Neil Bradley, Arborist Team Leader, at Nelmac Marlborough Ltd, with the latest planting of street trees for Blenheim; new flowering cherries going in along Hospital Road. The Council maintains more than 5000 street trees across the district – along with the many mature specimens in our parks and reserves
Notices Civic Honours Award - Nominations The Marlborough District Council invites nominations for Civic Honours Awards from community organisations. Any nomination should relate to those considered to have performed meritorious community service within the Marlborough district. Details of the scheme and nomination forms are available from the reception area at the Marlborough District Council, Seymour Street, Blenheim Office and the Picton Service Agency. Nominations must be received at Council (Blenheim Office) by 5.00 pm on Friday 20 June 2014. For any queries, please contact Tony Quirk Ph: 03 520 7429.
and a lengthy list of heritage trees. Mr Sowman says the planting of new specimen trees is on-going as trees need replacing from time to time due to age or damage. Other recent planting includes work done in conjunction with Marlborough’s Landscape Group on the banks of the Taylor River. “The Taylor River pathway is one of our success stories. Many were
Care on our roads - flooding We seem to have had more than the usual share of flooding in Marlborough lately so please remember the risks that flooded roads pose to driving. In the early stages of any flood event motorists should always take extra precautions. Flood water running across a road may appear to be passable but it is the unseen damage, such as washed away seals and damaged culverts, that can be extremely dangerous.
recede. The Marlborough District Council website is regularly updated showing which roads are closed and which have been reopened. Usually, the damage is to the seal with perhaps extensive edge breaks but in more severe flooding it is not
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Rates rebate reminder Don’t forget to claim a rates rebate If you are a low-income earner – and that includes many retired people – remember to apply to the Council to see if you qualify for a rates rebate. Applications for this rating year must be received by the Council no later than 30 June 2014. You may apply for a Rates Rebate if: • Your name is on the rates account, and • You were living at the property on 1 July 2013, and • The property you pay rates for is your main place of residence, and • The total income (before tax) of you, your partner and any joint owner is low. You will need to provide • Details of your income, before tax, for the year ending 31 March 2013, and • Your 2013-2014 rate invoice annual rate amount. For more information, visit the Blenheim Council Office or the Picton Service Centre or contact Council, Ph: 520 7400 so one of our Customer Service Officers can explain whether you will qualify for the rebate.
Rates Final Reminder Instalment Four – 2013/2014 Rates Final Reminder – Due on or before 10 June 2014 NOTICE is given that under Section 57/58 of the Local Government (Rating) Act 2002, a ten percent PENALTY will be added to INSTALMENT FOUR 2013/2014 rates unpaid after 10 June 2014.
Free Road Safety Course for Drivers 65+ years Marlborough Road Safety Council is holding a free driver training course - details below: On: Thursday 26 June 2014 At: The Wesley Centre - Henry Street Time: 9.00 am - 12 noon For: Senior drivers and road users Based on: The New Zealand Road Code Please register your interest with Nigel Ph: 03 578 5256
dubious about the value of tree planting and paths in a floodway but the numbers of people who stroll, exercise or cycle along these paths enjoying the views every day is testimony to the value of this offroad pathway and I’m pleased we’re continuing to enhance the area with more planting,” said Mr Sowman.
IF IN DOUBT DO NOT PROCEED! Our roading contractor will start to close flooded roads as soon as they become unpassable or unsafe for motorists. They will erect the appropriate signs informing of the dangers ahead.
It may be several days before flood waters recede and roads reopen - and that can be frustrating for motorists. It’s during these times we ask you to be patient. The full extent of any damage cannot be ascertained until flood waters
uncommon to have culverts washed away and bridges damaged. During Road Closures If travelling on local roads, allow additional time for your normal journey, before setting off check the Marlborough District Council website www.marlborough.govt.nz or call the Marlborough Roads office Ph: 03 520 8330, for the status of any road. To report or check current road conditions on the state highway call 0800 4 HIGHWAYS (0800 44 44 49) or check online at www.highwayinfo. govt.nz.
Annual resident satisfaction survey 2014 Marlborough District Council will be undertaking its annual resident satisfaction telephone survey in June. Around 800 local residents will be randomly selected to participate to give us their views of our performance over the last year. The survey will be carried out by SIL Research on behalf of Council. The Council uses the results of this survey to: • measure the resident satisfaction of key service areas such as roads and footpaths, libraries, water supply, sewerage systems and community facilities against those targets set in the Annual Plan • identify performance trends by comparing scores to those achieved in previous years • identify the relative priority of the various Council services • help plan where future investment is needed and is
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most effective. The survey will take 15-20 minutes to complete, and each participant will be asked questions about around half of the Council services. Quotas will be used to ensure that the age, gender and location of participants closely match the demographic make-up of the Marlborough population. Calls will be made to residents’ homes during the day, in the evenings, and at weekends to maximise the chances of people being able to have their say. Mayor Alistair Sowman said ‘the annual residents’ satisfaction survey helps the Council understand which services are most important to our community, and how satisfied it is with the services it is receiving. It is both an important tool in improving operational service performance and for planning future service delivery”.
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RE: WAKE UP SHEEPLE I think you have missed the context of the story, you might steal a couple sheep to eat but not the quantities they talking about, I assume you think all farmers are part of the rich and powerful group, they don’t deserve their livelihood stolen no more than anyone else, it’s not new it has been happening for years, people aren’t suddenly hungry, and perhaps those thieves should find a legitimate way of supporting their family/whanau.
EXTRAVAGANCE How many local sports folks vying hard for national and world ratings saw “Claridges” the other night and heard staff mention the breakfast order for the NZ delegation to the Olympics. Rooms costing tens of thousands a night just to sleep and meet elsewhere. Money better used on any of our home aspirants doing it selfishly; and was that not an African dictator also in the hotel? Sickening to think where undeclared perks are no value but image. Encouraging equality? Yeah Right!
Anecdotes. somebody somewhere is not feeling included and feeling emotional. thing is nobody is dumb or a self opinionated bigot. to have a view is ok and not necessarily emotional or spreading propoganda. Its just having a view. perfectly legal and human. make yr personal choices. calm down and get into the UN if u really want to control the world.
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FASHION FOLLY To the sales assistant in [redacted] on Saturday. We did not ask for your opinion on the clothes my friend was trying on. My friend really liked one item that you at length and arragantly said was not “right”. As her friend i knew what i could do to enhance it. The only way to get rid of you was to leave the shop. Not returning!! But top marks to the wonderful shop assistant in Fashion Central on saturday. You were thoughtful kind and respected my friends privacy and choices. You let us continue shopping even though we moved into your closing time. Such a positive lady. Thank you.
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UNHEALTHY SERVICES Had bad tummy pains. Had 2 visit doctor 3 times before they ordered scan at hospital. Then they told me could be 10 days b4 scan is done. Hospital review shld investigate why it takes so long 2 get tests done at Wairau.
A SAD DAY FOR BOTTOMS Sad to see Bella Donna closing down. Caroline and Erica’s expertise in lingerie retail and their cheerful assistance will be really missed by their customers.
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By Celeste Lodewyk Bl e n h e i m wo m a n Kathleen (Kay) Malzard is being remembered for her many contributions to the community after passing away on May 17 after a short battle with illness. The 64-year-old was described by son Shaun as being ‘very generous of heart’ and someone who touched a lot of lives. “She was always community minded and enjoyed volunteer work. She had a lot of friends and will be sorely missed by everyone who knew her. “The Beavertown Blenheim Lions Club was like a sisterhood and having them around mum through her illness was an absolute blessing,” he said. Kay was born in Mosgiel and raised in Christchurch before heading to Blenheim in the late 1970’s. She became involved with the Marlborough Women’s Refuge where she volunteered for a number of years, and the Beavertown Blenheim Lions Club which she was heavily involved with for the past 26 years. Within the club Kay served as president, treasurer, secretary and was on the convention for Lions and the Cabinet Secretary for Di Barrett which she won a ‘District Governer’s Appreciation Award’ for. Kay was also awarded the ‘District Bulletin Award’ earlier this year for the best bulletin for area 202. When the Beavertown Blenheim Lions Bride of the Year Show was first launched nearly 12 years ago Kay became a committee member and was involved in every show. Close friend and fellow Beavertown Blenheim Lion member Carol Taylor said Kay was a very passionate member of the committee and would be “sorely” missed by all.
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What’s next on your wish list? To visit some of the major fashion houses in New York, London, Paris, Milan & Tokyo .
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By Celeste Lodewyk Immerse yourself in the art world and discover your ability to draw. Blenheim artist Danny Knox (pictured) is holding a workshop titled ‘Contemporary Drawing and Illustration’ next month through the Marlborough Art Society. This follows on from the successful workshop he held earlier in the year. “My aim is to encourage people to take up drawing whether they are beginners or experienced. “Some people might think they are not good enough to take a
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or rules, I want people to just go for it and find their passion for drawing,” he said. After discovering a passion for drawing at a young age, Danny went on to complete a Masters Degree in Art and Design through AUT University and is now tutoring art part time in addition to his workshops. For more information or to book a space in Danny’s ‘Contemporary Drawing and Illustration’ Classes beginning July 22, please contact Helen Ballinger on 021 02678711 or visit marlboroughartsociety.com/workshops. htm
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Friday June 6, 2014
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- WEEKEND EVENT GUIDE Friday 6 June 2014 The Edwin Fox Maritime Centre, Picton Open every day from 9am. Great wet weather day activity and child friendly. Come check out the amazing history and facts. Kids under 5 free! Sit and Be Fit with Sue Exercise for the not so mobile while sitting down! 1pm Monday and Friday afternoons at 131 Budge Street. Plenty of parking. $2.00 per session. Ph Sue: 578 0469 Sit and Be Fit with Jeanette Free exercise for all ages at Crossroads, 2 Redwood Street. At 10am Ph 578 5395. Quest Intermediate age youth group, 3.30pm-5pm, Picton Baptist Church, 293 Waikawa Rd, Picton. Text Bronwyn 021 046 2434. Pastel Painting Marlborough Art Society, 10am till 3pm. Prue: Ph 578 8888. Tai Chi Today and Mondays. 10am, 11.30am and 1pm. Liz 027 748 6666. Picton Museum 10am till 4pm daily, 9 London Quay. Ph 573 8283. Marlborough Museum 26 Arthur Baker Place, off New Renwick Rd, Brayshaw Heritage Park. Daily 10am till 4pm. The Diversion Gallery Open noon-5pm Wed – Saturdays 10 London Quay, Picton. Ph 573 7376 or 027 440 8121 or www.thediversion.co.nz Yealands Estate Marlborough Gallery Open 10.30am till 4.30pm daily, 204 High St. Ph 577 6784 www.marlboroughartsociety. com
Redwood Market 8am-noon, Redwood Tavern car park. Plants produce and crafts.
Ulysses Ride Rai Valley to the Brick Oven. Meet at Railway Stn (south end) at 12.45pm ride departs at 1pm
Vintage Farm Machinery 10am till 3pm, Open every day. Brayshaw Vintage Farm, Guided tours available, Doris 579 4357.
Kapahaka Every Sunday at Tuamarina Hall 12pm - 3pm All welcome Renwick Anglican Community Church 54 High St Renwick. Morning worship 9.30am Rev Steve Allcutt ph 572 8850
Picton Men’s Shed Every Saturday 10am to 1pm and Wednesday 9am-4pm. Plants and garden furniture sold Saturday and Wednesday 10am to 1pm.
Marlborough Farmers’ Market 9.00am - noon A&P Showgrounds. Showcasing the best of what Marlborough has to offer.
Kapahaka for Youth Blenheim School 6pm - 8pm. All welcome.
St Luke’s Anglican Church Ferry Road, Spring Creek. Join us for Christian worship every Sunday 9.30am. Ph Rev Derek 5785050
NeillyRich Live at Mikeys Bar Come out to Pictons best music destination, Mikey’s Bar, Saturday at 8pm and party with Matthew and Amelia once again. Plenty of new songs, original and other wise. This will be NeillyRich’s last gig in the Marlborough region for some time, so not to be missed.
Pony Club at Grounds New Renwick Rd. 10am every 2nd Sunday of the month. Grant 578 2100 Michelle 572 8984.
Renwick Rugby Football Club Mid Winter Knees Up Join the RRFC at the Giesen Centre on Saturday, June 7th to watch the All Blacks vs England LIVE on the big screen, cash & eftpos bar, raffles, spot prizes plus supper provided followed by live band ‘Don’t Fret’ at 9:30pm. Game starts at 7.35pm. Contact Anna Wilson via Facebook or 0274 717 470 for tickets. $10pp or $15 door sales.
Model Aero Club ARA Wairau Valley 9am. Murray 578 9199 or Tony 577 9776.
Tramping Club Mary 5728762. Buddhism for Modern Life 10am, 573 5379.
Fundraising Dinner A fundraising dinner for skin cancer sufferer Danielle Skelton will be held at the Scenic Hotel in Blenheim. Danielle has secondary melanoma, a lifethreatening condition, and must travel to Wellington each month for expensive medical treatment. Auction items including sporting memorabilia will be up for grabs at the dinner, which starts at 6.30pm. Tickets cost $85 per person. Call the Scenic Hotel to book on (03) 520 6187.
Blenheim Bonsai 2pm-4pm, 7 Hale Street. Dave 577 8679. Marlborough Guild of Woodworkers Brayshaw Park, open workshop 1-4pm, Every 1st Sunday of the month. Wooden toys for sale. Malcolm: 578 8809. Marlborough Rock and Mineral Club Book sale today 9am - 4pm. Come and see our large rock, mineral, crystal and fossil collection, work room and books. Free admission.
Sun 8 June 2014
Blenheim Rotary Car Boot Sale Every Saturday 8am – 2pm at the Railway Station car park, Grove Rd, Ph John 578 3918.
Marlborough Mountain Bike Club “Soup and Bun” No 4 Sunday 8 June. Cross country courses to cater for experienced, novices and children. Registration from 9.15am for a 10am start. Venue: “Stirling Brook”, Waterfalls Rd. Sign posted from Seddon at cnr SH1 and Marama Rd. Cancellation: check http://www.marlboroughmountainbikeclub.co.nz/ Contacts: Peter Webster 021-030-6577 or Kevin Wilson 027-461-4941 if require transport.
Blenheim Menz Shed 4 Dillons Point Rd open 9am to 12 noon Saturday. Mon & Thurs 1 - 4pm. Building relationships and sharing skills. Ph Gerry 5781835 Pregnancy Yoga 9.15am-10.15am. For information call Huia: 021 0724 107 Mini Putt & Merry-Go-Round Picton Foreshore, 10am every day during school holidays, today and Sunday, 10am
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KIDS FOR KIDS Wednesday 11th June Thursday 12th June @ 7.30pm Adult $24.50 Conc(65+) $20.00 Child/Student $20.00 - under 5 Free Family (2 adults, 2 children (U16) $73.00
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Purchase from The Floor Pride Civic Theatre or Take Note, Picton PHONE (03) 520 8560, email@example.com Prices include booking fee Transaction fees apply for phone and internet bookings
Friday 27th, Saturday 28th June @ 6.30pm Sunday 29th June @ 4.00pm Adult $25.00 - Child (u16) $15.00
THE TOMMY DORSEY ORCHESTRA THE KINGS OF SWING Wednesday 16th July @ 7.30pm Admit One: A Reserve $91.90 Admit One: B Reserve $81.90
NeillyRich Live at Mikeys Bar Come out to Pictons best music dest ination, Mikey’s Bar, Saturday at 8pm and party with Matthew and Amelia once again. Plenty of new songs, original and other wise. This will be NeillyRich’s last gig in the Marlborough region for som e time, so not to be missed.
Associated Modellers Society Miniature steam engine rides at Brayshaw Prk, 1st and 3rd Sunday each month, 1pm till 4pm $2. Vintage Farm Machinery 10am till 3pm, Open every day. Brayshaw Vintage Farm, Guided tours available, Thomas The Tank engine rides. Doris 579 4357.
Jam Session Picton RSA Sunday 2pm. All welcome. Blenheim Fly Casting Group 10am-noon Burleigh Park. All methods of flycasting covered.Bring your own Fly Rod, Line, leader and a drink. All welcome, come along and improve your skills. Ph Hendersons 578 9960
Vintage Farm Machinery 10am till 3pm, Open every day. Brayshaw , Vintage Farm, Guided tours available s Dori s. ride ine eng Tank The Thomas 579 4357.
Petanque 10am 65A Weld Street – Phone John 577 9789.
Saturday 7 June 2014
Marlborough Embroiderers’ Guild First Saturday of the month at 1.30pm 4.30pm St John Rooms, Seymour St Ph Roz 5782471
Get ready for the weekend with our list of what’s on!
If you have an event contact Liz at The Sun on 5777 868
THE SEARCHERS Sunday 27th July @ 7.30pm Admit One $69.90
OKLAHOMA! Sunday 24th August @ 8.00pm Premium $101.90 A Reserve $87.00 B Reserve $81.90 Child (U16) $67.00 A Reserve (First 100 tickets) $81.90
HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL Tues 5th – Sat 9th August @ 7.30pm Sat 9th August @ 2.00pm Adult 32.00 Conc (65+) $29.00 Child (u19) $22.00
TAKE ME HOME MUSIC & LIFE OF JOHN DENVER
Friday 5th September 2014 @ 8pm Adult $71.90 Conc(65+) $66.90 Student/Child $66.90
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NZSO - IN THE HALL OF THE MOUNTAIN KING Saturday 22 November 2014 @ 7.30pm Adult $52.00 Conc(65+) $47.00 Child (U19) $17.00 Pre Show talk 6.45pm
RUSSIAN NATIONAL DANCE SHOW – KOSTROMA Sunday 23rd November @ 7.30pm Adult $92.00 Conc (65+) $77.00 Child (u16) $67.00 Group (6+) $77.00
MARLBOROUGH GIRLS COLLEGE
MDBB – PRE CONTEST CONCERT Sunday 29th June @ 2pm Adult $20.00 Conc (65+) $15.00 Child (u18) $8.00
MARLBOROUGH BOYS COLLEGE
THE IRISH ROVERS – FAREWELL TO ROVIN’ TOUR Friday 10th October 2014 @ 7.30pm Admit One: 77.00
FRENCH PIANIST CLAIRE ROUAULT Sunday 15th June 2014 @ 2.30pm Adult $22.00 Child/Students under 25 Free
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Shanghai to London News from Noeline Stewart’s blog as she and husband Ron drive a 1967 Peugeot halfway around the world… Think I’m getting the hang of this blog. May be a bit rough but I’m sure you are getting the idea. I may have missed a few days… All the cities/towns look the same as do the people, cars, roads, shops, toilets (yuck) etc. In saying that the roads are great to drive on and very tidy as are the cities. The motorways are all lined with trees and can be two, four or six lanes wide. They all have shoulder lanes as well which are also used for passing. They drive like maniacs and weave in and out but it works well with no one getting upset. And as for the photos, well, eat your heart out Brad Pitt and George Clooney! We’ve had so many photos taken of us, sometimes just about causing accidents as the people taking the photos are driving, clicking away at a speed of 110 km. And as for the waving, I’m sure we have waved just as much as Kate and Wills. So all in all we are back on track, relaxing and enjoying it but we have big driving days. Off to the Terracotta Warriors - what a fantastic place. I do wonder that the warriors were only found in 1974 by a farmer. The farmer is still alive and was signing books. Went and had a look at the City Wall in Xi’an. Once again it was huge. Everything is big. Also had a moat around it. You could hire a bike and ride around which a few of the guys did and got a taxi back. We would have liked to do that but time didn’t allow it so we may come back one day though as there are a few other things we would like to do. Before dinner tonight, we went and saw the start of the Silk Road (I will send photos, I hope) there are many different Silk Roads. I thought there was only one? Then on to a cultural show followed by a traditional dumpling dinner. I think I put back on the weight I lost. Back to hotel 9.30, bed. At last, an early night. Cheers, Noeline
Ron and Noeline enjoying the sights as they travel through China.
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Whether you own a boat, enjoy fishing, kayaking or diving, Waikawa Marina is the place to go for supplies, servicing and information. It is one of New Zealand’s largest marinas and home to a vast range of businesses which provide year-round specialist services to boat owners. This provides a unique opportunity to have supplies and facilities located on-site and on call all year round. Each of these businesses are operated by dedicated tradespeople, brimming with knowledge and advice for those
looking to set themselves up for boating and other water activities, right through to engineering, boat maintenance and even charters. The marina is even a great place for people, families and groups to visit with stunning scenery, a restaurant and bar and takeaway coffee. Located five minutes from Picton (4km) and 35 minutes from Blenheim, call in and visit Waikawa Marina and have a look around. You might be surprised by what you find.
Progress continues on postive path By Celeste Lodewyk The man at the helm of Waikawa Marina, Port Marlborough marinas operations manager Steve McKeown said its growth and business was looking good. “We had a very busy summer which was fantastic including the hardstand. “There was work that came in from as close as Nelson and as far away as Auckland,” he said. Last year Steve told the Sun he believed an expansion on the marina’s berth numbers would have a positive effect on the surrounding businesses, and now a year later he is happy to report “good progress”. “We have been in talks with groups and believe there has been progress and are reassured with the way the process has been going,” he said. Last year saw the construction of a
further 12 boat storage sheds which Steve said were immediately filled, and the refurbishment of the Jolly Roger Restaurant and Bar has begun to replace a marquee with a more permanent structure. “All these changes have been to bring people into the marina to enjoy the environment, and not just for boat owners but for everyone,” he said. Port Marlborough has continued to spend money on the upgrade of Waikawa Marina facilities including a new sealing for the launching ramp. “We are upgrading facilities and plan to continue with this,” Steve said. Waikawa Marina will be showcased at the Auckland on Water Boat Show from September 25-28 where Steve will be part of a group promoting the region with a display stand.
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Notice of Annual General Meeting
Alzheimers Society Marlborough Inc
Monday 16th June 2014 at 7pm 8 Wither Road, Blenheim Followed by Speaker: Gráinne Moss Managing Director, BUPA NZ ‘Crossing Cook Strait’ All welcome – supper provided
All interested parties for the first meeting to be held at
Giesen Sports Centre, 7.30pm on Tuesday 10 June 2014 to start planning for the Renwick RFC 100th Centenary reunion to be held at Queen’s Birthday weekend 2015. Calling all people who are currently associated with Renwick RFC or have been in the past to form a reunion committee. We need your help. Contact Robert Harrison-Jones 021 620 282 or email email@example.com
Jenny Travers – Office Administrator Alzheimers Marlborough 8 Wither Road, Blenheim Ph 03-577-6172 Email firstname.lastname@example.org Web www.alzheimers.org.nz
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The general nature of the business to be conducted under the licence is Restaurant/Bar/Bistro. The application may be inspected during ordinary office hours at the office of the Marlborough District Licensing Committee at the Council Offices, Seymour Street, Blenheim.
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This is the second publication of this notice. The first publication of this notice was made on 30 May 2014.
ANSWERS - JUNE 6 ISSUE 20 words - MANAGE, age, amen, gam, game, gean, gem, gen, mag, mage, man, mana, mane, mange, mean, meg, mega, men, nag, name.
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100th Centenary reunion 2015 planning meeting
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Library Assistant If you’re passionate about libraries, providing outstanding customer service and have a can-do attitude, then this could be the perfect opportunity for you to join this team. We are seeking an enthusiastic, motivated and approachable person to assist visitors to our library to access and use library services. The role involves a wide range of library duties including customer service, readers’ advisory, circulation activities, collection management and assisting customers with computer and technology queries. You will need to be physically fit, have competent computer skills and a willingness to assist our customers in the everchanging world of technology. If you think this describes you then we would love to hear from you. Applications close at 5.00 pm on 17 June 2014.
For information on how to apply please visit our website http://www.marlborough.govt.nz/Your-Council/ Careers/Current-Vacancies.aspx. For further information you are welcome to contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Permanent Paper Deliverer required Parker Street, Nelson Street, Hutcheson Street area Suit school aged child.
Call Liz on 577 7868
FOR LEASE Shop/Restaurant Offices/ Showroom Refurbished 300 sqm 14 Market Street Central Blenheim View on Trademe Listing: 704996857 Phone Nick 021 420 742
TO LEASE Approx 200 m2, Central Blenheim High foot traffic. Possible to sub lease. Rent negotiable. Phone Rebecca 0274 835 776
Blenheim Toyota offers the chance to join our service department team repairing, maintaining and servicing vehicles in our fully equipped and busy workshop. To be considered for this position, applicants must have the following skills: • A trade qualification or be an experienced apprentice or technician • Be professional and reliable • Excellent communication skills • A current NZ drivers license • WOF certification preferred, but not essential The successful applicant will enjoy working within a great company atmosphere, focused on customer service and achievement of department goals. On-going training and development is offered for this role. If you have what it takes to be a part of this team, please reply with a covering letter and a copy of your CV outlining your work history and qualifications to: Blenheim Toyota, P O Box 802, Blenheim or email@example.com by Tuesday 10th June 2014
Nelson Management Limited manages 78,000ha of high quality radiata pine plantations located in the Marlborough / Nelson regions and the Kaituna Sawmill, Marlborough on behalf of Nelson Forests Limited (NFL). The company harvests approximately 2,200 ha of plantation forest annually all of which is replanted the following year. The Kaituna Sawmill processes 90,000 m3 of Pruned Sawlog annually. In 2010 the company was awarded the internationally recognised FSC certification for both logs and processed products. Directly and indirectly the company provides employment for more than 600 people in the region. Due to an internal promotion an opportunity has arisen for you to join our vibrant and innovative team at Kaituna Sawmill, Renwick, Marlborough in the position of;
We require a person who strives in the mechanical maintenance and engineering environment, has great communication and team leadership skill. The successful candidate will ideally need to; Have a mechanical maintenance background, minimum trade served. Have progressed your career to maintenance management level or senior maintenance team leader. Be experience in developing and leading a high performance maintenance team. Have the drive and passion for achieving excellent process reliability results. Be an effective communicator with the ability to gain the confidence of maintenance engineers, team leaders and sub-contractors. Be proficient in prioritising and supporting scheduled planned maintenance. Previous experience of managing an engineering budget, critical spares inventory and maintenance cost control is desirable. Your passion for on-going engineering excellence will ensure that you will trive within our operational culture and innovative environment. An attractive package will be offered to the successful candidate. All applicants should apply in writing and supply an up to date Curriculum Vitae to; ‘Maintenance Manager’, Ms Bim Rogers, Nelson Management, Private Bag 5, Richmond, Nelson 7050 firstname.lastname@example.org In your letter of application clearly state why you believe that you are the right person for this role. A position description will be made available to shortlisted candidates. All applicants must be New Zealand Citizens or possess Permanent New Zealand Residence Status at time of application. Nelson Management Ltd operates a preemployment drug and alcohol testing policy and is an equal opportunity employer. Closing date for applications will be 16th June 2014.
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WORD WordBuilder 6
Iceberg B-15 is the largest recorded
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With a surface area of 11,000 square kilometres above water, iceberg B-15 was larger than the island of Jamaica at 295 kilometres long and 37 kilometres wide. Calved from the Ross Ice Shelf of Antarctica in the year 2000 it broke up into smaller icebergs. The largest, B-15a, drifted into the Ross Sea and headed north.
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BACON: Leila Violet (7lb 2oz) May 27, 2014
DWYER, George William: May 29, 2014
NEUMANN: Ruby Irene (6lb 15oz) May 30, 2014
HARKNESS, Valerie June (formerly Wilson): May 29, 2014
MILLER: McKenzie Mary (7lb 7oz) June 2, 2014
Births This Week
KISSANE-RAKO: Phineas Zen (6lb 12oz) May 22, 2014 62
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MAIN, John Kenneth: Passed away, peacefully, on Wednesday June 4 2014 at Ashwood Park Retirement Village. In his 81st year. Much loved husband of Jean, loving father and father-inlaw of Phil and Elaine, and Adrian and Yvonne; loving Grandad John of Laura and Josh. Special thanks to the staff at ‘The Oaks’ and to Dr Tom Miller. In lieu of flowers, a donation to Alzheimers Marlborough would be appreciated and may be made at the service or sent to c/- 8 Wither Road, Blenheim 7201. A service for John will be held at the Mayfield Chapel, cnr Hutcheson and Parker Streets at 11am on Tuesday June 10, followed by cremation at the Sowman Crematorium. GEOFFREY T SOWMAN FDANZ Tel 03 578 4719 www.sowmans.co.nz
DOGGETT, Herbert William Francis (Pip): On Tuesday June 3 2014, peacefully, at Hospice Marlborough. Aged 90 years. Dearly loved husband of the late Norma, much loved father of Eric (deceased), Paul, Monnette, and Barry (deceased). Loved Grandad of Carl, and Esme; Brendan and Matthew; and Great Grandad of Ryan and Maddison, Michael, Abbey-Jade, Hannah, Erica and Addison, and Sam. Messages to 88 George Street, Blenheim 7201. In lieu of flowers, a donation to Hospice Marlborough would be appreciated and may be sent to PO Box 411, Blenheim 7240. At Pip’s request, a private cremation has been held. GEOFFREY T SOWMAN FDANZ Tel 03 578 4719 www.sowmans.co.nz
LESTER, Anthony Spencer(Tony): May 30, 2014 MACKLE, Muriel Grace (nee Hamilton): May 31, 2014 PRICE, Nellie: May 28, 2014 TURVEY, Vera Mildred: June 3, 2014
Friday June 6, 2014
Calm your farm
Manchester City and Ivory Coast midfielder Yaya Toure has provided us with a humourous precursor to this month’s World Cup. Poor old Yaya, who reportedly earns about US $15m a year, was allegedly angry after City failed to acknowledge his May 13 birthday on their post-season tour. Like a typical stubborn taurus Toure is now angling for a move to another club. While this could all be rumour or a ploy to get more money, it highlighted how athletes have become more like Hollywood stars with the tantrums they throw. Some even get injured doing it.
RUGBY Nelson Bays beat Marlborough 3614 in the Cecil Shield representative clash on Queen’s Birthday Monday. In the Tasman Trophy this weekend, Waitohi put their unbeaten record on the line against Moutere at Awarua Park. Harlequins and Renwick clash at Lansdowne Park, and both Central and Awatere are away in Nelson.
REGATTA The Huff and Puff Queen Charlotte Regatta, which was postponed over the weekend, has been rescheduled. The event will now be held in May next year. For more information visit the Queen Charlotte Huff and Puff website.
New York Knicks basketballer Amar’e Stoudemire needed 15 stitches after he punched a glass case holding a fire extinguisher. Tennis players are a particularly angry mob. John McEnroe’s “you cannot be serious” has made its way into folklore, but there are other examples too. Marcos Baghdatis woke up on the wrong side of the bed when he played Stan Wawrinka in the 2012 Aussie Open. After losing the second set, he sat down court-side and smashed his racquet. As if that wasn’t enough, he then reached into his kit bag and smashed another. Then another.
And then another. Tennis players should be made to play on with the racquet they break, but I digress. The best ever has to be Jim Everett. The former quarterback was being interviewed long after his career ended by radio broadcaster Jim Rome. In a reference to female tennis player Chris Evert, Rome twice called Everett ‘Chris Everett.’ Everett warned Rome he would attack him if he said it a third time, but Rome didn’t listen. The two had a scrap while still on the air. I guess if you earn that much money playing you can do what you want.
SPORTS TALK With ... Adam Poulopoulos
League development continues By Adam Poulopoulos A rugby league fundamentals programme aimed at improving the game at primary school level has proved popular among Blenheim students. A combined 60 pupils from Blenheim School, Redwoodtown School and Bohally Intermediate have been taking part in the programme, which teaches skills like passing, kicking and tackling, for the last five weeks. Tasman Rugby League regional development officer Ryan Charles said the kids had continued to show enthusiasm for the programme. “The interest has always been there. I show up and the kids are waiting for me. “We’ve consistently kept the same numbers, which is probably
NETBALL The Central Men’s netball team has gone outright top in the Marlborough premier competition, beating previously undefeated SMOG 69-34 on Tuesday night. Harlequins Radich Law, MGC and Harlequins Fairweathers also recorded wins. The next round takes place next Tuesday.
MARATHON Entries are still open for the 2014 Wellington Marathon on Sunday, June 22. Categories include a full marathon, half marathon, 10km run and the Kids’ Magic Mile. To eneter visit the Harbour Capital website.
Ryan Charles with the Blenheim School pupils.
a good sign for kids this age. “It’s important they have the confidence to use their skills properly
because safety is paramount.” Charles gauged interest for the programme last November when
he spoke to a number of Blenheim schools. He said he hoped the programme would continue to grow. “It hadn’t been run over here before, so we had to sell the programme. “Hopefully from these two schools word will spread and other schools will get involved. Charles said he was joined by Wairau Taniwha coach John Hart for some of the sessions, and hoped that would help establish a link between the students and the representative team for the future. He said the Tasman Titans under-15 and under-17 teams were also good pathways for the students to look to. The programme continues for another week.
Blenheim Sun Sea Conditions Friday
Tides Picton 2
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Sun Fishing Guide
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Locals place well at Sunbelts Young driver William Exton (pictured) led the Marlborough charge at the 29th annual Sunbelts kart meet over Queen’s Birthday Weekend. William, 10, won the cadet class as well as claiming the trophy for best Marlborough driver over the two-day meeting. Other local junior drivers included Cooper Forbes, 11, who placed third in the junior restricted class and Leighton Stanton, 14, who overcame a collision in his final heat to get seventh in the junior rotax division. In the senior divisions, Daniel Bugler, 16, drove in two classes, finishing third in the open and fifth in the rotax lights, while Tayler Forbes, 18, crashed in Blenheim and had a broken chain in Nelson, but still got fourth in the rotax heavies. The Sunbelts had a good turnout overall, with every kart club in the South Island represented. The first day was held in Blenheim on Saturday, and the meet headed to Nelson for the Sunday racing. The next Kartsport Marlborough meeting is club day on Sunday, July 6.
Friday June 6, 2014
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