Friday 17 January 2020
Tata Swim: Cool sea, warm smiles
Two-way swimmers set off with overall winner Hayden Squance leading the charge. Photo: Shelley Grell. SHELLEY GRELL
After days of cool winds and spring temperatures, last Saturday surprised everyone with a perfectly still morning and a beautifully calm sea for the Tata Swim. More than 60 swimmers entered the race, lower numbers than in previous years, with few juniors braving the 170C sea. The event, which started in 1978, is a much-loved holiday activity for locals, visitors and competitive swimmers, and many have competed on multiple occasions. Some, like the Stevens family from Wellington, mark it on the annual family calendar. The expressions on everyone’s faces at the end were priceless, with wide smiles stretched from one yellow capped, goggle-squished ear to the other. Asked how he felt about not beating his record 14:54 minute two-way swim time this year, the event’s overall winner, Hayden Squance, replied, “I’m not sure. The conditions were a little choppier with a fairly strong drift, but it was a really nice swim. I love entering the Tata Swim, as it is such a nice place and an event to be proud of. I wouldn’t change a thing.”
Tata resident Christine Pullar was greeted with a proud hug and kiss by her husband Michael when she finished her two-way swim. “I’ve swum the race about 15 times and always come in at the end. I was built to carry on for a long time slowly. I do it because I enjoy sea swimming,” she said. Pohara local Shanti Smith first swam the race when she was nine months pregnant. This time her daughter Isla, who turns 11 next month, joined her mum in her first race. “When I was pregnant, I would swim every day and loved the weightlessness of being in the water. The island isn’t far, about 750m. My neighbour was so nervous for me and tried to talk me out of it, but I was like ‘I’m good!’,” recalled Shanti. “That’s why I love swimming!” added Isla. Denise Rogers, a retired swim coach, said it was important to keep doing these activities, or people lose the ability. “I’m 72 and I never want to give up swimming. It’s stopped me from going senile. I’ve never been a competitive swimmer, but I believe in keeping fit. When the sea is suitable, I’ll swim a kilometre a day on the high tide at Pohara beach. Last season, I did
106 kilometres.” After the last 10 years of running the fundraiser event for Golden Bay Swimming, club secretary Maddy King, Alf Reid, and their extended family are calling it a day. “It’s time to hand over the reins and let someone else have the chance of doing it,” said Alf. “Plus I’d really like to swim the event next year,” added Maddy. Golden Bay Swimming Club president Shelley Grell said “Massive thanks to Maddy, Alf and their family and to all the Swim Club members and friends who’ve run this event over the years. The euphoric pride in their achievement was evident on all the swimmers’ faces, and it’s tremendous that Maddy, Alf and everyone have helped to create that for them. “Thanks to all the volunteers, members and friends of the Swimming Club who made this event possible - from the kayakers, support boats, St John, the harbourmaster and Tarakohe Port manager, to the timekeepers, runners and registration teams, the BBQ, soup and support crew, and the generous sponsors for gifting so many awesome prizes.”
New-look GB Weekly JO RICHARDS AND MARIA CLEMENT
A refreshed GB Weekly is launched today with a new banner and some subtle tweaks to style and layout. The most notable changes are to the title font and the introduction of the mohua bird roundel. The latest “facelift” follows three decades of continuous evolution and marks a new chapter in the ongoing story of The GB Weekly and its predecessors. The story began in the 1980s when demand for local news led to the launch of The Golden Bay Community News, a monthly sheaf of stapled A4 pages produced by an editorial committee of longstanding residents including Derry Kingston. It relied entirely on contributions and advertisers depositing copy and money in a box outside The Wholemeal Café in Takaka. The publication featured covers designed by local artists and ran for 20 years, but advertising was limited by its monthly schedule. In 1992, to address the need for weekly advertising, Derry published the first copy of The GB Weekly. It was intended to be a local information service - produced “in the Bay for the Bay” - and to compliment the Community News. By its third edition, page one displayed public notices, page two classifieds, and page three shopping and page four employment. It didn’t take long for The GB Weekly to become part of the Bay’s culture. By its third birthday, Derry’s successor as manager and editor, Maria Koch, had turned it into a small business that supported several part-time workers. Minor articles began to appear and Letters to the Editor was established. A move to computer-based publishing meant hand-drawn adverts gave way to a more professional look. Production of the Community News eventually ended and by 1999, The GB Weekly had assumed its familiar character with its Algerian font title, bar headings and extended news articles. Three years later, Maria Koch sold the paper to schoolteachers Marg Braggins and Neil Wilson, who had moved from Geraldine where Marg had founded a monthly community newspaper. Along with the change of ownership, the publication’s HQ moved to the couple’s home in Pohara. I n 2008, as newspapers moved increasingly online, Marg and Neil introduced a website allowing The GB Weekly to be read anywhere in the world. A year later, reflecting changes in the publishing world, the paper changed... Continued on page 2
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The light and bold colours of glass RONNIE SHORT
• 25 December: A 34-year-old local male received a $200 fine and 50 demerits for driving with excess breath alcohol. • 31 December: A 24-year-old Christchurch male was processed for drink driving after a tip-off from a member of the public. The man was on a zero alcohol licence and is now facing two charges. Thankfully nobody was hurt by his poor decision making. His associates were later trespassed from Twisted Frequency Festival after creating a disturbance, only to go onto Bay Dreams and get arrested there! Slow learners. • A relatively uneventful New Year. Great to see the new parking arrangements at the Mussel Inn and everyone enjoying a great evening. Aren’t we lucky to live here. • 3 January: An 18-year-old local male was arrested after being apprehended committing a burglary. He is charged with committing burglary with a weapon, and two charges of aggravated wounding. His victims are recovering well. • 7 January: A 31-year-old local male was arrested and charged following a domestic incident. He has been held in custody to appear in the Nelson District Court on 21 January. • 13 January: A 14-year-old local male was seriously injured when he crashed his motorbike into a turning vehicle on the Puramahoi straight. He will be referred to youth aid for dangerous driving and driving without a licence once he recovers from his injuries. • The firearm amnesty and buy back finished 20 December 2019. I suggest if you are still in possession of an unlawful firearm or part, that you hand it in to the Police immediately. • With the increase in visitors and corresponding spike in people-related incidents that emergency services are required to attend, I am continually reminded and grateful for the support we receive from our local volunteers in the fire brigades and St John Ambulance service. The doctors, nurses, mental health and social workers, and the rescue helicopter crews are awesome too. You guys rock. • Talking of people who rock. Takaka Police wish to thank Glynn Rogers for all the mahi she has done for this community. He konei ra, Glynn. Ko koe nui.
Looking Through Glass is the apt title of local glass artist Beatrice Bourhis’ current exhibition. It features at Wairua Gallery, in Haile Lane, Pohara, where visitors can view the colourful glassworks on any day of the week. A celebration of life is evident in the vibrancy of her work, which is exactly what Beatrice aims for as she continues to evolve and experiment with the quality mediums she uses. She says she uses an abstract style because it allows her to work with intuition and emotion in an unconfined way. Colours and lights reflect as they interplay in the abstract paintings, allowing observers to use their own imaginations to see what they will. Beatrice enjoys the different perspectives and interpretations other people see in her work. Using as many as 12 layers of paint on the glass Beatrice creates bold colours, and builds plenty of texture. There is a sense of movement and energy throughout each piece. “I like to have them lively – but also peaceful,” says Beatrice. There are panels in series, which can be hung vertically, horizontally, diagonally or upside down to enhance the visions within. Some are large panels, others are smaller pieces entitled Space Colour Form, which alludes to the interplay of the pieces and the space around them. “They are designed to be purchased as a set which is colourco-ordinated for easy swap-around.” Turquoise is a feature colour, one Beatrice finds she can’t stay away from. She admits that working with glass and the size of the panels is hard work, having executed some large pieces of 1.20 x 1.40 metres. Inspiration is drawn from life itself. Beatrice declares: “There is so much beauty around us. I try to bring that into my work.” Incidentally, the cover of this year’s Arts of Mohua Guidebook features an example of her abstract work. Although this exhibition is purely abstract art, a lot of work comes from commissions for her functional art. Examples of Beatrice’s mirror work, coat hooks and shelving are to be found throughout Golden Bay in cafés and galleries, or check out her Beatrice Bourhis with her glass art at Wairua Gallery in Pohara. website: www.bebou.co.nz Photo: Ronnie Short.
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Happy New Year to you all from Jono, Ray and Rob, and one more constable soon to be announced The evolution of a newspaper. From left, issues from 1986, 1995, 1996 and 2004.
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Continued from page 1 ...from A4-size to tabloid format and was produced in colour for the first time. The change in format meant that printing was moved out of the Bay, first to Blenheim’s Marlborough Express and later to Inkwise in Rolleston, where it remains. In 2017, GB Weekly reporter Jo Richards and wife Charlotte bought the title from Marg and Neil. They initially retained the HQ in Pohara but, in early 2019, moved the office to the
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Citizens Band’s Crowther Reynish: 70 years of show days
“Ive never missed a Show Day since I started, never ever,” says Crowther. Photo: Anita Peters. ANITA PETERS
For an astonishing 70 years, Crowther Reynish has turned up on Show Day to play in the Takaka Citizens Brass Band and march in the Grand Parade. Recently he was honoured as the oldest serving member of the band. “And I’ve never missed a Show Day since I started,” he says. Crowther has spent almost his entire life playing with this historic band, which will reach its 140th milestone next year. For towns like Takaka, the brass band has always been a symbol of civic pride, and often comprised of generations of the same musical families. Crowther’s father Keith, famously able to play any instrument, was band conductor during the 1940s, and Crowther and one of his two sisters joined at a young age. Crowther’s son Michael has now been in the band for 40 years. Crowther would sit in on band practices alongside “off-beat” player “Sticky” (Keith) Baigent, a great teacher like his own father. “I was very much encouraged,” he said. He became a member at the tender age of eight, playing third cornet. His mother adapted his first band uniform by adding braces, which held his pants up around his chest. From age 13, Crowther attended St Bede’s College in Christchurch and joined the bugle band, where he was invited to play The Last Post at the school Anzac service. On a freezing morning in front of 800 people his cornet was brought out, prewarmed on a pillow with a hot water bottle. “Then I stood
Three generations playing in the Takaka Citizens Brass Band, back in 1991. From left, Crowther Reynish, his father Keith and son Michael who himself has been 40 years in the band. Photo: Supplied.
and played The Last Post and the reveille, the first time I’d ever played that in public,” he said proudly. Since then he has played at endless Anzac services, in 1975 becoming an RSA Honorary Life member. While he also plays the flugelhorn, the cornet has always been his favourite instrument. He has always loved the regional band festivals, and one year celebrated a major achievement with Takaka’s Bavarian Band when it won the competition overall. With the “oom-pa-pa” beat and a Benny Hill number sung by Paul Sangster, the band were clear favourites, taking out every section. “After that we were even sponsored by one of the Working Men’s Clubs in Christchurch,” said Crowther. “It was good fun. I was the leader, so winning that was a real highlight.” Crowther’s band achievements didn’t stop there. Over the 70 years, missing very few Monday night band practices, he has been deputy conductor, lance corporal, corporal and sergeant of the band, president for the past 20 years, and was awarded Life Membership in 2001. But the sheer joy of playing in the band is what Crowther loves most, marching out in front in full dress uniform, particularly on Show Day and Anzac Day. “And doing 70 show days in all, 70 years in the band; this is very special to me.”
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NEWS IN BRIEF Collaboration exhibition ANITA PETERS
Another collaborative exhibition of paintings, sculpture and sound by three esteemed artists has opened for a limited three-week season at Kereru Gallery in Mapua. G o l d e n B ay a r t i s t Robin Slow, carver Brian Flintoff and musician Bob Bickerton have again joined creative forces to present a 3D visual and audio experience, rich in story and myth, in their exhibition Nga Torino. An explanation of the title states: “Torino is the spiral, the flute and the name of the eardrum, all connecting Taurite (to restore balance) is one the presented works… of seven main paintings by Robin T h o u g h s e e m i n g l y Slow in the exhibition Nga Torino, separate at first glance, based on the seven stages of there is the connection existence. Photo: Supplied. that binds them together to form a whole - each individual’s effort is bound to a collective to not only express ideas but to continue to learn and share.” Robin explained: “We’ve had a number of exhibitions together and there’s always so much more to express.” Really, the works are musical scores, he said: “Brian created the instruments, I worked on the paintings and then Bob took the instruments to create a DVD that goes with these works. So really, this wonderful collaboration is exploring through sound and sight all the stories of the whenua.” Bob said he created the songs especially for this exhibition, blessed by backup vocals from three “exceptional” singers, Ariana Tikao, Solomon Rahui and Holly Tikao-Weir. “It was a real privilege to work with such amazing people so connected to Te Ao Maori, so wonderfully passionate about the stories they tell.” Nga Torino - a collaborative exhibition of paintings, sculpture and sound. Kereru Gallery, 5 Iwa Street, Mapua, 11 January – 2 February.
Speed limits not an issue of conscience
Dear Steve, I appreciate your letter (GBW 10/01). May I start by saying I believe in a representational democracy. When we, ratepayers and residents, choose a candidate to represent us it is that simple. To be a voice on our behalf to present our needs and challenges at the council table. You are well aware that I have put my hat in the ring to represent Golden Bay in the last three elections. My candidate profile is well recorded. I have constantly stated I would challenge the Local Government Act and demand transparency with actions of the decisions made in chambers and follow the majority will of constituents. “They that pay the piper call the tune.“ The fact that I was willing and prepared to receive the slings and arrows of ratepayers and accept criticism as a councillor, gives me a credible position to “fire them without fear or favour “. I have every respect for how Chris Hill is handling her new position, and no desire to give her unfair criticism. However the road speed issue is between a National Government Authority, (NZTA) and a Local Authority (TDC). The NZTA has declared Golden Bay roads are unsafe at 100kmph. For Chris to support the stance of the “status quo“ by TDC went against the greater public support nationally, and the recent local survey result. In her candidate profile she stated she would listen to her constituents. This issue is not a conscience vote but a clear desire to reduce the costs of death and injury on unsafe roads. Future statements of “driving to the conditions “, will be that of driving at lower speeds. Reg Turner
A labour of love
It’s been a bumpy start to the year at the Sustainable Living Centre (ex-Community Gardens). Two of our cherished volunteers were stabbed when they confronted a burglar that had been causing them distress for weeks. Luckily, they walked away with only minor wounds even though one of them is in considerable pain having had his lung punctured. We were all shocked and deeply saddened by these events. On Thursday 9 January we invited the community to come to a working bee and it was amazing how many people came. We got lots of work done and shared a delicious lunch and many interesting conversations. In the evening we sang a healing mantra with the help of Priyadhahra, Atmbhava and Kat from Anahata. They encouraged us to take the more difficult but more rewarding path of feeling compassion for the young man whose destructive behaviour affected us all. I would like to give a big thanks to everyone who’s been supporting us in these trying times. We are keen to continue our work of love and we invite you to come visit us anytime. Nina Sobhani, SLC coordinator
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This letter is in response to the article titled “Float manufacturing firm buoyant”. (GBW 10/1, page 3) Over the past few years I’ve noticed how mussel buoys tend to escape from their intended sites and wash ashore. Recently, when visiting Anapai Bay in Abel Tasman National Park, there was a mussel buoy on the beach. This is just one of many impacts from a multi-million dollar industry becoming a “feature of the coastal landscape”. While kayaking around Pelorus Sound/Te Hoiere over the Christmas holidays, the mussel industry featured strongly also. The sheer number of mussel-growing installations was staggering. So much so that it took effort and skill to avoid being tangled amongst the installations when battling wind, waves and current. What was also concerning was the amount of mussel industry waste to be found at some campsite beaches. Plastic cord offcuts could be gathered and much of this plastic cord was partially buried under sea-driven detritus. Is this really the kind of trash we want becoming a “feature of the coastal landscape”? Rod Barker
GP clinics return to Collingwood
What great news – GP clinics are returning to the western side of Golden Bay (GBW 10/1, advert page 9). It’s hard to believe that, less than 10 years ago, GP clinics were held most mornings of the week at what is now Zatori. Congratulations and thanks to those who had the foresight and energy to establish the Collingwood Health Centre Trust in 2014. That group raised funds to refurbish the former dental clinic at Collingwood Area School as a community health hub, which they still manage. It’s meant that over the last few years westies have been able to access nurse and physio clinics there without a lot of extra travel time and cost.
Now there’s going to be three hours a week of a GP clinic. Sounds like progress to me! Penny Griffith, Collingwood
Grandstand trade stand
The Golden Bay Grand Stand Community Trust is running a tradestand at the A&P Show this weekend. Everyone is welcome to stop by to see our display and ask any questions about the ongoing legal dispute to save the grandstand and protect and uphold the use rights that the A&P Association has at law to the showgrounds and its buildings. The lawyer acting for the association and the trust, Craig Linkhorn from Clifton Chambers, is volunteering on the stand and will be available to talk with anyone who is interested in knowing more about the High Court case against Tasman District Council. The case has been brought so that the A&P Association can continue to deliver an A&P Show of the highest quality every year using the grounds and buildings transferred to council in return for statutory protection of the association’s use rights. Craig is very approachable and we invite everyone to call in for a chat. We are also holding two fundraising raffles – a box of books (including the GB A&P local history books), and outdoor furniture. As well, the last of the 2020 grandstand picture history calendars will be on sale. We would like to thank all the supporters of the grandstand for their continued encouragement and many for their hard work throughout 2019. Every effort is being made to secure the grandstand for the use of current and future generations. This takes time – the grandstand is currently protected by a High Court order while the legal proceedings and any associated settlement discussions take place. Golden Bay Grand Stand Community Trust
Before Xmas, Lethea Erz wrote about her surprise at seeing a “city style” supermarket in a country town. I replied, “well, it is, isn’t it?” What was published, incorrectly, was “well it isn’t”. I also enquired about those golden globes I had seen in the sky. I was told they are lanterns, so how do they get them up there? Seeing as we’re having a grouch, the terrible lack of toilet facilities was obvious this summer. Is it possible to instal (coin operated?) portaloos at various locations? Zane Perry
Action needed on Te Waikoropupū Springs
During the Water Conservation Order hearing, appellants submitted that Te Waikoropupū could be endangered by nitrates rising above 0.45mg per litre. Since then Friends of Golden Bay (FOGB) have provided scientific evidence of that threshold being passed. At the hearing conclusion it was generally thought that within perhaps three months a conclusion would be delivered and TDC said they would wait to act on that conclusion. At the time that seemed reasonable. However, 18 months have passed. FOGB’s tests, shared with TDC, show increases over 0.50mg per litre from August 2019. Despite proof of increasing contamination, Dennis BushKing has spoken saying no action is necessary. TDC will continue to wait for the WCO report. He dismisses factual scientific findings provided. I believe the TDC decision on inaction is no longer reasonable in view of increasing nitrate damage to the springs and the extreme delay in receiving WCO results. If TDC is sincere in its expressions of will to keep the springs viable in its ability to self-cleanse, it must act now, no matter whether the WCO report comes in 10 months or next week. There is a grave need to take immediate action and also thus adhere to new governmental expectations on water conservation. TDC’s decision to wait should be cancelled. It’s no longer useful under present circumstances. Dennis Bush-King’s refusal to accept scientific evidence borders on wilfulness. Karen Brookes
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Freedom campers abusing sites JO RICHARDS
The well-predicted summer influx of freedom campers into Golden Bay is putting Tasman District Council’s designated sites under increasing strain. According to observers, the large numbers of campers overnighting at Waitapu Bridge and Taupata Gravel Reserve are creating health, safety and nuisance concerns, while at the same time degrading fragile environments, disturbing wildlife and desecrating sacred sites. While TDC slowly progresses its much criticised Responsible Camping Strategy, locals are saying “enough is enough”. One of those speaking out is Golden Bay resident Ron Eckman. Over the last few weeks he has collected photographic evidence documenting flagrant abuse of the Waitapu site, including overcrowding, campers washing clothes and dishes in the river, unpermitted fires, and human faeces and toilet paper scattered on the ground. Ron was so appalled that he wrote directly to TDC CEO Janine Dowding and Nelson-Marlborough District Health Board’s medical officer, Dr Stephen Bridgeman urging, “In the interest of public health and safety I request that you immediately close the freedom camping site at Waitapu Bridge, Takaka”. He signed off his letter by highlighting what he perceives as the double-standards applied by council. “Commercial campgrounds require resource consents and have to meet standards for toilets and hygiene. If a private business operated in the same manner as TDC operates the Waitapu Bridge freedom camping site, it would be shut down by TDC.” TDC’s regulatory manager Adrian Humphries responded by suggesting that the council knows what is going on and claimed that TDC’s compliance officers and freedom camping ambassadors were effectively reducing and managing the risks. “I am fully aware of the situation at Waitapu Bridge and along with my colleagues have been taking action to reduce problems associated to that site and others.” Until very recently, Mr Humphries was promoting the idea of an additional temporary freedom camping site in Takaka, but the planning and consultation requirements ruled this out. Ron believes such a demand-led approach is completely misguided and should never had been considered. “We don't have any obligation to provide thousands of tourists with free rubbish, free toilet and free camping sites just because they want to come here.” He now has some support from the Tasman mayor. “We welcome visitors but we can't provide unlimited facilities," said Tim King. Practical measures taken recently by TDC to mitigate the problems at the Waitapu site include the installation of an additional toilet, additional signage, daily visits by enforcement officers and asking camping apps to advise users of limited space. The negative impacts associated with mass freedom camping have been building for several years, but in stark contrast to other local authorities around New Zealand, and despite consistent local opposition to the practice, TDC’s
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strategy appears to involve facilitating the growth of underregulated freedom camping in Golden Bay – at the expense of the local community, the environment and commercial campground operators. Mayor King explained that council are endeavouring to balance rights and freedoms with their obligations. "There are limitations on what we can do, both legally and financially. Although we want to protect the rights of our ratepayers, we are required to give reasonable support to tourists and other visitors to the district and to allow them to freedom camp." While recognising these limitations, Ron is highly critical of TDC’s handling of the issue. “Adrian Humphries is clearly completely out of touch with what is happening at the Waitapu Bridge freedom camping site. The freedom camping ambassador programme is a total failure and yet another waste of taxpayer and ratepayer money.”
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We transition into 2020 facing issues like climate change and environmental degradation, financial challenges, housing affordability, relationships and personal health challenges. These provoke thoughts and the inspiration to do things differently. Here are a few ideas I think could improve our lives, and ultimately the world. 1. Personal wellbeing – eat healthy and grow your own. After all the eating and drinking over this holiday time, many of us think that going on a diet or simply consuming less will help with our personal health. Eating well improves mental states, bodily functions and creates less dis-ease. In Professor Campbell’s TED talk he states that “nutrition when done right can create more health than all the pills and medical procedures combined”. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tmWoWOM16uE. He suggests we eat wholefoods and not extracts from different foods, such as sugar and oils. He also says that plants have all the protein we need for optimum health. We could do well if we start a garden (if we haven’t already) and learn to eat from it seasonally. A new report, published in the British medical journal The Lancet, recommends a largely plantbased diet, with small, occasional allowances for meat, dairy, and sugar to meet the challenge of feeding a growing world population. 2. More local – buy local, improve networks. If you’re unable to have a garden then the next best thing for yourself and the local economy is to invest in local producers. Various markets in Takaka township offer a range of local produce: vegetables, meat from Ellis Creek; Kervella Cheese and bread. Roadside stalls offer variety in produce and craft to tempt visitors and locals. Spending money in local stores keeps money circulating in our local economy and enables businesses to offer local employment. Get to know what resources are available locally via word of mouth, The GB Weekly trades and for-sale listings, Facebook’s Golden Bay Noticeboard and Takaka Buy, Sell & Swap pages. This builds both resilience and community connections. 3. Cooperation – do more together…. There are many groups in Golden Bay and most rely on volunteers to keep them afloat. Check out what’s available in the back of our local telephone directory, or on Facebook and lend a hand. You’ll not only learn something new by volunteering but also hopefully get a additional feeling of goodwill. Another plug for gardening is growing food with others in a group. We at Fertile Ground collective enjoy our weekly catch-up with the added bonus of abundant vegetables. This could also apply to orchards. 4. Cohousing Many houses in Golden Bay are absentee owned, and housing is definitely a problem for those wishing to live here. It’s an issue that is raised regularly with council and at hui such as the Mohua 2040 Adaptability Forum. Alternative living situations like cohousing have been encouraged overseas and now in New Zealand, and tackle loneliness, affordability and community building. If you’re interested in this issue then come along to the Cohousing Meet-Ups: Curiosity & Conversation Monthly Picnics hosted by Tiny Lifestyle at the Sustainable Living Centre, 12 noon on 14 February.
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5. Visioning The turn of another decade is a great time to create a vision you want for your family or situation for the future. Setting goals and having dreams are the seedlings of future realities. Out of conversations had at the Mohua 2040 event, a group of locals are meeting to craft a strategy to follow on from the Workcentre Trust’s Golden Bay...in 2022? community development/planning project document by Rebekah Foulkes <https://www.gbwct.org.nz/pdfs/goldenbay2022.pdf>. Taking the time to contribute to the project when it is launched will help create a stronger vision or plan for how we want Golden Bay to evolve into the future. Come along to the Sustainable Living Centre’s “Sustainable Golden Bay Hui” to hear more. This event on the weekend of 15-16 February will continue to showcase the awesome activities by local people to make Golden Bay more sustainable. 6. Simpler living - less consumerism Dr Mike Joy’s comment about reducing consumerism clearly marks a path forward we can all take to lessen our footprint on the planet. Making stuff out of what we have available locally or even in our own garden makes sense - like using flax or cabbage tree leaves to tie up tomatoes. Weave baskets from willow. Fix tools by making new handles out of a stick of kanuka, or by getting Pat Baker, our resident blacksmith, to rework a metal implement. Try saving seed from your favourite vegetables and fruits instead of buying bought-in seed or plants. Make a new glasshouse out of recycled windows. Purchase things without plastic wrapping. It all helps.
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Golden Bay’s 123rd Agricultural and Pastoral Association Show gets underway at Takaka’s Rec Park from 8am tomorrow and it promises to be a great day out for everyone – locals, summer visitors, tradespeople and competitors – of all ages. The show is the Bay’s largest single-day annual event and it’s no surprise that it takes a mammoth feat of organisation to make it happen every year. This week, the full committee, aided by local volunteers, assembled at the show grounds to prepare the produce booth, sheep pens, shearing stands, horse jumps, trade stand allotments, sound systems and complete a hundred other tasks. They were all busy over the festive season, too - finalising entries, preparing catalogues, collating prizes, organising trade stands, sorting prize money, chasing trade stand vendors and working with the entertainment and promotions sub-committee while at the same time dealing with a myriad of phone and email messages. The committee’s efforts have created a programme packed full of interest and entertainment, featuring traditional show classes for goats, sheep and poultry. Throughout the day, horseriders, sheep-shearers, wood-choppers and chainsaw experts will be competing in a series of highly entertaining contests. In the quiet cool of the produce booth, prize-winning baking, preserves, fruit, vegetables, floral arrangements,
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For many, the farm animals are the real stars of the A&P Show. Unfortunately, there are no cattle at the show again this year due to the restrictions imposed as a result of the Mycoplasma bovis outbreak.
The good news is that sheep, goats, roosters, ducks and other fowl will all be gracing the “catwalk” for a shot at glory, with sheep judging running from 9.30-11.00am while goats and poultry will be assessed between 10-11.30am.
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Solly’s sheep shearing competition will run all day. This event always attracts a large crowd happy to sit on the hay bales and marvel at the skill and speed of the expert shearers. Next door to the sheep-shearing is the wood-chop competition arena. This year there will be more than 20 axemen and women from around the South Island, including several NZ reps and local competitors. Competitions include standing and underhand chops, butchers-block and the spectacular jiggerboard. Requiring less physical exertion but an equal level of concentration, operators will choose their chainsaws for a noisy high-noon showdown between Stihl and Husqvarna teams. Equestrian events start at 8am, run throughout the day and range from the miniature horse class to ponies and hunter class competitions. Immediately after the Grand Parade, Baerbel Hack’s Vaulties will give an exhibition of gymnastics on horseback. Arguably the most spectacular event is the TwoFence Challenge Elimination horse jump which also follows after the Grand Parade; it’s a thrilling display of horsemanship which sees the bar raised a little bit higher after each attempt. Show-goers who prefer to have a go rather than just spectate should head over to TG Contracting’s digger challenge where they can test their handling skills. Company boss Tristan Graham says it’s open to all. “Anyone six or over and competent is welcome to have a go – it’s free and it’s not a competition. We’ll also have a few sossies for our customers.” Also happening throughout the day, the Takaka Volunteer Fire Brigade will be conducting safety activities at their stand.
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For those interested in big boys’ toys, the farm machinery dealer stands are the places to visit. BMTT is bringing along two Deutz Fahr tractors – a 6130 and a 6165 model. The company’s salesman Trev Youngman is manning the stand and will be happy to talk to everyone about what BMTT can offer them. Tractor Repairs and Spares will be showing off a wide variety of Massey Ferguson tractors. Sales manager John Mehrtens and Craig Hovenden will be there to outline the features of the range. “We have a 7614 tractor and loader, a 4609 cab tractor and a GC1723E tractor with loader and mower deck. And we have a Niubo Perfect mulcher,” says John who is also happy to feed visitors to his stand. “We’ll have the BBQ going if anyone would like some lunch.” The Drummond and Etheridge sales team of Chris Mason, David Jeffery and Kevin Renwick will be on hand to demonstrate a variety of John Deere machines. “We will be bringing an extensive range of tractors – from ride-ons to compacts and agricultural machines, plus a great range of agricultural equipment,“ says Chris. Motueka Farm Machinery will have McCormick’s latest G-Max tractor as well as the high tech, X7. Callers to the Diverse/ENZED tent can
take part in a free-entry prize draw as well as purchase a wide range of merchandise. The Nelson-based hydraulics company has a local service centre in Takaka at Brent McKenzie Engineering. Aiming squarely at the domestic market, managing director of Riwaka’s Lifestyle Centre Kerry Diamond will be showcasing Husqvarna’s range of environmentallyfriendly battery-powered chainsaws, blowers, line-trimmers, scrub-cutters, and grasscutting machines. “Come and check out our robotic solar-powered mower,” says Kerry, who visits customers in the Bay every week. Retailers of rural hardware and supplies, PGG Wrightson and Rural Service Centre will all have stands at the show, with knowledgeable staff on hand to help with customer enquiries. If flying machines are your thing, check out Aerial Land Management’s chopper. ALM operate across the Nelson, Marlborough and West Coast regions carrying out aerial spraying, mustering, surveying amongst other services. The company has donated a free helicopter flight to the A&P Association which be raffled, with proceeds going to Golden Bay Riding for Disabled. Owners Gary and Erica Adams will be hovering around to discuss the company’s services and help with the prize draw.
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New cars and old classics
Show-goers looking for a new or used car are spoiled for choice, with main dealers from over the Hill bringing the latest models from Isuzu, Toyota, Hyundai, Honda, Ford and Kia. Variants on show include compact hatchbacks, SUVs of all sizes, a selection of utes plus electric, hybrid and hydrogen fuel cell vehicles. The Bowater Motor Group are out in force with sales staff from across the district coming over the Hill. One of the company’s stands will feature Isuzu’s rugged D-Max ute, plus the latest Hyundai has to offer, including the all-new Hyundai Venue SUV, the 449km range Kona Electric and NEXO, NZ’s first hydrogen fuel cell vehicle. “The future is here now,” says sales manager James Duncan. His colleague from Bowater Honda Craig Fenemor will showcase a selection of new vehicles plus a “show special” discounted pre-owned Honda RR-V Sport. From BMG’s Motueka operation, Craig Allott and Graeme Riordan - familiar faces in the Bay from their regular visits - are bringing a fleet of Toyotas including the all new super sporty Supra, hybrid versions of the Rav 4 and Corolla, two versions of the Land Cruiser, the
all new Hiace van, plus the latest incarnation of the ever-popular Double-Cab Hilux. As well as sales staff, there will be specialists to advise on parts and accessories as well as finance. The MS Ford stand will have three different versions of the Ranger ute, including a Raptor along with the Endura SUV, the latest Transit van, the Mustang muscle-car and the all new Focus Active. Marcel, Ross, Richard and the team will be there giving out information as well freebies such as stickers, lollies and mini sunscreens. They will also be running a prize draw where the winner gets a $100 fuel voucher. John, Greg and the team from sister company Nelson Kia are bringing the Niro Hybrid, Sportage and the all new Seltos and will also have give-aways and offer the chance to win a $100 fuel voucher. The company sponsors the Nelson Marlborough Rescue Helicopter Trust who will also be onsite with the team. Those who prefer vehicles of a different vintage should head over to the collectable cars display next to the netball courts. Here enthusiasts will be able to inspect shiny classics from several bygone ages.
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The Takaka Citizens Band has a history reaching back over 130 years. They have played at every show since 1897 and will perform throughout the day as well as leading the Grand Parade. The Motueka Highland Pipe Band will also be performing at various times and locations around the grounds. International magician and entertainer Josh Grimaldi will perform on stage at 12 noon as well as making roving appearances at various venues around the show grounds. There are also several local musicians including Charlotte Squire, performing on stage by the grandstand at various times throughout the day. Between 10.45 and 11.15am Charlotte will lead a sing-a-long featuring well-known songs.
No show is complete with its fairground attractions and, as they have done for over 70 years, Sturgeon’s Amusements will provide a Ferris wheel and other rides for thrill-seekers. Director George Sturgeon says the family business is celebrating its 75th anniversary this year. “It started when we brought the merry-go-round to the show in 1945. We got the Ferris wheel in 1962 along with the chair-o-plane, and the go-karts in 1970.” Younger children can explore the free “Kids play zone” which includes a climbing wall, obstacle course, bouncy slides and face painting. So, there really is something for everyone at tomorrow’s A&P Show.
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CLASSIFIEDS SPORTS RESULTS / Hua tākaro GOLF 7 January. Stableford: C Gilbert 42, S Meredith 40. Closest to pins: 3/12 M Dobbie, 9/18 D Ray. 8 January. Stableford: L Davidson 36, R Westrupp 36, J Thomason 35. Closest to pins: 3/12 R Dyce, 4/13 G Little, 8/17 R Dyce, 9/18 R Ancell. Twos: G Little (4). Best gross: R Ancell 77. 11 January. Bisque Bogey: S Kerr +10, R Bodger +6, G Little +6. Closest to pins: 3/12 D McLachlan, 4/13 J Martin, 8/17 R Davis, 9/18 G Little. Twos: R Dyce, G Little. Best gross: R Davis 76. MOUNTAIN BIKING 8 January. 2019-‘20 Golden Bay Mountain Bike Club Summer Series, round 2. Junior Boys (1.5 laps x 7km): 1, Archie Darwen 34.01; 2, William Gray 34.31; 3, Ashton Stevenson 45.30. Junior Girls (1 lap x 7km): 1, Charlie Hambrook 36.32; 2, Ruby Darwen 55.14. Intermediate Boys (3 laps x 5km): 1, Ethan Woods 49.05; 2, Jake Hambrook 59.39; 3, Codie Dodson-Herron 64.21; 4, Caleb Dodson-Herron 74.38; 5, Jaiden Stevenson 91.30. Open Men’s (4 laps x 5km): 1, Cameron Jones 59.30; 2, Mel Hansen 66.02; 3, Greg Buckett 75.31; 4, Hamish Hambrook 77.12; 5, Chris Lowe 86.50. Open Women’s (3 laps x 5km): 1, Amanda Pearce 61.01; 2, Amy Thornborrow 77.44. Vet Men (3 laps x 7km): 1, Bruce Telford 58.00; 2, Brian Alder 58.59; 3, Dan Darwen 64.46. TATA SWIM 11 January. Winners. One-way Swim. Junior girl – Georga Dann. Junior boy – Harry Barton. Adult female – Emma Robertson. Adult male – Michael Clements. Two-way Open: Adult female – Jude Vincent. Adult male – Hayden Squance. (There were no junior entries). First Local: Rod Sharp. Oldest Swimmer: Ralph Hutsell. Youngest Swimmer: Mia Eden, Isla Burgess. Overall winner: Hayden Squance.
On behalf of all schools in Kāhui Ako ki Mohua | Golden Bay Community of Learning
2020 START DATES: Golden Bay High School and Collingwood Area School: 27 January Central Takaka, Motupipi Primary and Takaka Primary: 04 February All schools will be closed on: Monday 3 January (Nelson Anniversary), Thursday 6 February (Waitangi Day) and Friday 7 February
Welcome back to 2020 Teachers preparation days: 22-24 January Senior Students Course Confirmation: Wednesday 22 January 10.30-11.30
JOACHIM “Joe” Froriep. The Froriep family would like to take this opportunity to express their sincere thanks, for all the community care and supports towards Joe Froriep. Special thanks to the staff at Golden Bay Community Health; St John Ambulance volunteers, whose unwavering support was commendable. Our grateful thanks to the meals on wheels delivery people; the carers who were also an exceptionally dedicated group of ladies, whose high level of care was deeply appreciated by the family. And equally, a special thanks to all those frequent visitors who lent a hand in maintaining the property and gardens for Joe. We would like to offer our thanks to all those who attended Joe’s memorial service, and to Joe’s friends who enlightened us by sharing memories and anecdotes of his life. The family would like to thank all the people who sent cards or offered expressions of sympathy following Joe’s passing. Toni Froriep (sister); Antonie, Brigitte, Paul, Giesela and all the grandchildren.
PUBLIC NOTICES / Pānui a whānui CAFÉ to lease, on Commercial Street, Takaka. Available now. Details on request. Txt 020 4111 2626 with your phone number and email. GB Animal Welfare Society Inc (ex-SPCA). Ph Carol Wells 525 9494, 8am-5pm weekdays. PATTISONS SWIMMING LESSONS, 15/16 February. Excellent swimming tuition for five years+ at the heated Rockville Pool. Four lessons for $47. Ph Jordy 03 548 0932. AL-ANON family groups. Strength and hope for friends and families of problem drinkers. Weekly meetings. Ph 0508 425 2666, www.al-anon.org.nz ALCOHOLICS Anonymous. If you want to drink that’s your business. If you want to stop we can help. Meeting Thursdays 7pm, Catholic Church Hall. Ph 0800 229 6757.
CATERING FOR THE GB A&P SHOW will be open to new suppliers in 2021. Anyone wishing to take up this position can call into the office on show day for details and chat to Mel and Jackie in the kitchen, or contact email@example.com FRESH FM needs your help. Are you willing to host a fundraising event to support local radio? Or help run one? We’re a Charitable Trust – a $30 donation on our website freshfm.net is tax deductible. Email Maureen: firstname.lastname@example.org or ph 525 8779, 027 335 1395.
PARADISE Entertainment, Takaka and Collingwood On the Spot store are The GB Weekly’s agents. Or email us: admin@ gbweekly.co.nz. Office hours are Mon-Wed, 9am-5pm.
ALL your garden needs, ph Alexis 021 0239 1364. References available. ANDY CLARK ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN. Available for any building design or consent needs. Ph 525 9228, 027 228 1503.
ARBORIST, qualified, ph Jack Stevens 021 211 5580. ARCHITECTURAL design, residential building. Ph Peter Fersterer 525 8132. CAR transporter trailer with winch for hire. Ph 020 4167 1519.
Customer Service We have supported other bank customers in Consultant communities where our competitors have closed At BNZ, financial crime and anti-money laundering have always been an important focus.
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ARBORIST. Certified. The Tree Doctor, all aspects of tree care. Free quotes. Ph Chris 021 0264 7942.
PERSONAL NOTICES / Pānui ake DENNIS Langton, 1 September 1947 - 20 February 2019. Den’s family will be scattering his ashes at Pohara Beach (opposite the house) on Friday 24 January at 10am. Refreshments will be available at the house from 11am. Please accept this as a personal invitation.
ACCOUNTANT. Long-standing market leader with unbeatable professional qualifications and experience. Warn & Associates, ph 525 9919.
AFFORDABLE Carpentry Services. Ph Rick 027 919 1326.
Students First Day: Monday 27 January New Enrolments: From 21 January (you can also enrol online via website)
TRADES AND SERVICES / Mahi a ratonga
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CARS, 4WD, caravans removed. Will buy some models. Ph 020 4167 1519. CARS wanted. Will pick up for free (some conditions apply). Motueka Auto Parts. Ph 03 528 9576. CHIMNEY cleaning, handyman, Dennis Sage ph 027 873 0726. COMPUTER and smartphone sales, repairs and solutions. Supporting all Windows and Apple products. Conveniently located at 65 Commercial Street or available by appointment on 027 831 4156. COMPUTER services. GBTech, experienced technical support for Golden Bay since 2012. Ph Warwick 027 814 2222. ELECTRONICS repairs: Cell phones, computers, radios, TVs, HiFi and more! Ph 027 246 2432. ELECTRICIANS. Fuse Electrical Golden Bay. Ready to solve all your electrical needs. Ph Thomas 525 9300, 027 788 8500. FREEVIEW satellite TV. Ph 027 246 2432. GARDENING services. Ph Carlos 027 751 9730. GB CHIMNEY SWEEPING, SPIDER AND FLY SPRAYING Ph 524 8795 or 027 434 5405 GIBSTOPPING /coving (NCPB qualified). Local friendly service. Ph Rob McDonald Plastering, 027 712 2552. GOLDEN BAY DIGGER HIRE 1.7 tonne. Ph 027 713 0684 GOLDEN BAY ROOFING. Re-roof, repairs, maintenance. email@example.com, ph 027 395 0037. GOLDEN Bay Storage, Takaka. Dry, safe, secure, alarmed, insurance approved. Furniture trailer available. Ph Rob and Marg 525 9698, 027 222 5499, firstname.lastname@example.org GREEN Grass Accounting. MYOB Partner and Xero Certified. Local accountant providing business and personal accounting services. Ph Robert 029 775 6459 or email robert@ greengrassaccounting.co.nz. GREENREAPER. Property maintenance, landscape and garden designs. Ph Alexis 021 0239 1364. References available. HEAT PUMP INSTALLATION, sales, servicing. Competitive pricing. Ph Dave McKay 027 404 4740 or 525 8538. HELPING HANDS ph 525 6226. Te Whare Mahana Supported Employment. Lawnmowing, line trimming, garden maintenance, riparian planting, scrub-cutting, gutter cleaning, recycling, pothole repair, waterblasting, window cleaning, house moves. How can we help? HUEBLER Electrical - for a job done well. New phone number: 027 616 6164 (no landline anymore). FB page: Huebler. Electrical LAWNMOWING. Pakawau, Bainham, Takaka to Wainui. Ph N Shaw 525 7597, 027 212 4020. email@example.com 17
TRADES AND SERVICES / Mahi a ratonga NGANGA PICTURE FRAMING, Collingwood, enquiries ph 021 107 6312, 524 8660. Expert framing by a professional artist. ORANGE Rentals have rental cars, trailers and a furniture trailer available for hire. Ph 027 337 7147. PASSPORT photos, quality guaranteed. Available any time. Ph Ken George 525 6235. PATONS ROCK STORAGE. Modern, insurance-approved, alarmed. Self-locking various sized units, some 24/7. Owner lives on premises. Ph Gavin 525 9956. PENINSULA Plasterers for all your interior plastering needs. No job too small. Quality assured. 20+ years’ experience. For a free quote ph Craig 027 472 4376.
TG COURIERS Nelson-G Bay-Nelson every day but Sunday Efficient, friendly service. Here early morning, gone before lunchtime,
PORTABLE BANDSAW MILLING. Ph Tim 524 8997, 027 714 4232.
SUMMER pruning. Soil testing. Permaculture design. Organic gardening advice/mentoring. Edible landscaping. Sol Morgan, GroWise Consultancy, ph 027 514 9112.
SEWING SERVICE, NEEDLES, THREADS, WOOL, BEADS. Stitch ‘n Sew ph 525 8177.
TAKAKA Self Storage, Commercial Street. Have containers (new) available. Excellent security, cameras etc. Ph 525 6181.
STONEMASON. Now available in the Bay. Very experienced all types of paving, veneer work, retaining, Schist to Oamaru stone. Ph Dave 021 247 7121. “Rock on.” STORAGE /container hire. Your place (anywhere) or mine (Takaka). Ph Cheryl at Orange Mechanical Ltd 525 9991.
TREE removal, confined area felling, chipping, chipper hire. Fully insured. Ph 525 7597, 027 212 4020. WATER TANKS CLEANED. Ph Chris 525 9153. WINDOW cleaning. Ph Willem 022 134 1726.
Ligar Bay Truck and Digger Hire Building site works, driveway and dwelling platforms ꟾ Power and water trenching Concrete floor slab preparation ꟾ Sub floor pile and foundation work ꟾ Concrete and gravel driveways Retaining walls, masonry, rock, post and pole construction ꟾ Stormwater and culvert pipe installation Water tank and irrigation installation ꟾ Holes bored for pole barns etc Sections and gardens cleared ꟾ General landscape Prompt, helpful and friendly service from building trade experienced LBP.
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AROHA Health Spa. Massage, advanced clinical massage, myofascial release, hot stone and relaxation, infrared sauna, spa bath, facials, holistic health and more. Open every day from 9.30am, 792 Abel Tasman Drive, Pohara. Ph 525 8870. CAROLYN Simon Craniosacral therapist, naturopath, medical herbalist. Personalised flower essences. Ph 525 8544, text 027 483 5865. COMPLETE Healthcare with NIS by Neurolink, using neuroscience principles to achieve optimum health. 2019 Masters series. Practitioner Anne Michell. Ph 525 8733 or 027 751 7970. DONNA Haliday. Deep tissue and/or relaxing massage. 25 years’ experience. Ph 525 8333. HAIR REVOLUTION. Excellence in hairdressing, waxing and facials. Feel beautiful. Ph 525 9898. IRIDOLOGY readings, herbal medicine, Reflexology, Reiki. Lisa Wi l l i a m s, p h 5 2 5 6 1 5 0 , t x t 0 2 7 4 5 1 9 7 9 7 , w w w. goldenbayiridology.com JAPANESE massage for women: Deep tissue, aromatherapy massage, 20+ years’ of experience, in Collingwood. Discounted first treatment - 40% off = $80 (normally $130) for two hours. Gift voucher available. Please txt Minnie for booking 027 820 1008. KINESIOLOGY: For your appointment please txt/ph Mark Bonar 027 588 2462. LOLLY Dadley-Moore, Craniosacral Therapist. Ph 027 338 9504, firstname.lastname@example.org MASSAGE and trigger point therapy for chronic muscular pain, dysfunction, sports performance. Specialising in unresolved muscular pain. 20 years’ experience. Ph Paul 027 772 7334, 54 Commercial Street. MASSAGE: Bowen, zero balancing, Kinesiology, $50 treatments! Thomas ph 022 160 9101. MASSAGE therapist, Reiki Master/practitioner. Franca Morani ph 027 441 8137. ORTHOBIONOMY®. Positional release technique will help body balance and self-correct. Ph Susan 525 9795. REFLEXOLOGY: Relaxing and balancing. For an appointment ph/txt Ariane Wyler 021 02 607 607. SIMON Jones: Counselling, mediation, coaching. 28 years’ experience. Member NZAC. Ph 525 8542.
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SEA containers, x1 20-foot, x1 40-foot. Ph 027 244 9019. FIREWOOD: Douglas fir, pine, beech and gum. Delivering now. Also kindling. Ph Bay Firewood 027 769 6348. SLASH your electricity bill. Install a grid-connect PV system. Professional design and install. Ph Paul Stocker, Azimuth Renewables, 525 6019. BEDFORD housebus, $17,000, view at Sandcastle, Pohara. Txt 022 631 2451.
COME JOIN US FOR DINNER! BASIL & MARJ are doing pizza
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PARTWAY BETWEEN SEA & WILDERNESS Surrounded by farmland just 8kms from the beach and Collingwood's town. This classic kiwi home sits nicely to the North on it's own freehold acre of land offering you complete privacy in the verdant Aorere Valley. There are three good sized bedrooms and the bathroom is modern. It's a great place to entertain - and with no next door neighbours you can crank up the beats! On the school bus run. Well fenced, well presented, and well priced. FOR SALE: $395,000 Viewing: Sunday 19th January 1:00 - 1:30 pm www.rwgoldenbay.co.nz/GBA20912
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STEPPING STONE TO DREAM HOME
Why buy old? When you can build new! Lot 1 and Lot 2 of Rototai Road is your chance to purchase developed, ready to build land with titles issued. Having services to the boundary, and located close by the beach, town and schools, this means practicality at its best. If you’re in the market to buy, building could be the stepping stone to your dream home. Lot 1 - 967m2 and Lot 2 - 899m2.
Rototai Road, Lot 1 - 2
Price: $250,000 each www.rwgoldenbay.co.nz/GBA20892
A GARDENERS FOOD BASKET This 3 bedroom sun-drenched home makes the most of the northerly aspect. The picture windows frame views of the acre of garden and farmland beyond - you can even see the sea in the distance. 10 mins from Takaka and 5 mins from Patons Rock beach this is the perfect location for a coastal country lifestyle. With a sleepout/studio, double garage and plenty of other utility sheds. My client has purchased elsewhere, you could be the lucky one to enjoy the fruits of his labour this summer? Contact Billy to view.
Priced to sell: $598,000 Viewing: By appointment with agent www.rwgoldenbay.co.nz/GBA20917
Billy's Market Comment 2020 Outlook Good 2019 was a great year for selling, but 2020 might be even better! The total residential sales for the Bay was just under the local average of 100. We had strong demand & the prices we achieved by Tender were nothing short of incredible. My register is bulging with buyers looking for a peaceful people-less place to buy in the Bay. Great listings coming up, watch this space! One Agent, One Team, One Result
Level 1, 11 Buxton Lane, Takaka | Office 03 525 7219 | 027 608 5606 | www.rwgoldenbay.co.nz | Billy Kerrisk PROPERTY WANTED / Rawa hiahia
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ATTENTION: Dairy farmers. Considering a change? Committed, capable and high achieving couple looking for a dairy farm to lease, 50/50, equity. Keen to look in the Bay (our amazing herd originated from here), will consider all sizes. Please phone for a chat, Brendon and Charlotte Price, 03 523 9349. SMALL cottage wanted to rent near Milnthorpe Park. Please ph Renford 020 4078 9258.
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CHURCH SERVICES ON SUNDAYS SACRED Heart Catholic faith community Takaka celebrate Mass on Sundays at 5pm, behind the historic church building in the former Catholic Hall. A warm welcome to all.
HEART rimu, 6x2 and/or 8x2. Ph Hamish 027 484 8602. WOODBURNER suitable reinstallation, vintage/trailer mudguard. Ph Stu 027 672 1648.
LOST AND FOUND / Ngaronga/Kitenga
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Collingwood Hills. Ph 524 8692
CHRISTIAN Church of Golden Bay. No services available for the end of December and into January 2020. We will resume again from February every Wednesday night at 7pm, Senior Citizens’ Hall. Happy New Year. Pastor Phil Baker ph 525 8396. GOLDEN Bay Anglican Church warmly invites you to join them each Sunday, 10am at Takaka and 4.45pm at Collingwood. ST Andrews Presbyterian Church invites you to join with us for morning worship at 10am. Rev Dr Don Fergus. Sermon: “Blessings in a genealogy? Yes...you’d better believe it”.
Kahurangi Christian Church Celebration Sunday : 1st, 3rd & 5th Sundays each month, 10:30am at Anglican Hall, Haven Rd, Collingwood. Ph Robin & Lauren Swafford 524 8498. Community Connection: 2nd & 4th Sundays in various formats & localities. Ph Rowan Miller 021 106 8461.
Sunday Service 10 am
EATING OUT / Kai wahi kē
Includes Kids program
ANATOKI SALMON. Land your own lunch or order from the menu. Open 7 days, 9am-4.30pm. Ph 525 7251. ARCHWAY CAFÉ, open for the season. Closed Tuesdays. Located beside the car park at Wharariki Beach. BRIGAND CAFÉ. Open 7 days from 11am. Providers of great food and live entertainment. 90 Commercial Street, Takaka. Ph 525 9636. COLLINGWOOD TAVERN. Open 7 days, 9.30am till late. Takeaways, bottle store, bar and bistro. Ph 524 8160. COURTHOUSE CAFÉ Collingwood. Open 8am-4pm. Pizzas Thursday, Friday, Saturday nights, 5-8pm. Ph 524 8194.
Friday Night Youth
‘the good people place’
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Gourmet wild food, Open fire, Good beer, Good people
Gourmet food & burgers, Open fire, Good beer, Good people. www.rootsbar.co.nz
Ph: 525 9592
MAD CAFÉ & RESTAURANT, Collingwood. Open TuesdaySunday, 8am-3pm, then 5-8pm for dinner. Closed Monday. Bookings ph 524 8660. OLD SCHOOL CAFÉ, Pakawau. Open 4pm-late Monday, closed Tuesday, 4pm-late Wednesday, 11am-late Thursday, Fri day, Saturday, Sunday. Ph 524 8457. PALMVILLE CAFÉ, Wainui Bay. “The hidden gem.” Entry off Wainui Falls car park. Visit Facebook and Instagram. Open 7 days, 10am-5pm. Ph 525 8311. RATANUI LODGE. Elegant dining and Premium NZ gin bar in Pohara. Open for dining Wednesday-Sunday, 6pm-8pm. Setcourse menu changes daily and reservations essential by 12pm. www.ratanuilodge.com/menu, ph 525 7998. ROOTS BAR. Open 7 days, 11am-late. Gourmet wild burgers, open fire, good beer, good people. Ph 525 9592. STRAYBURGER: Burgers, salads, meals, shakes and more. Open 11am till late, Wednesday to Sunday, at The Telegraph Hotel. TAKAKA INFUSION, teahouse and bakery. Quality breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea, European-style breads, espresso coffees, pastries and cakes. 30 Commercial St. Ph 525 7294. THE MUSSEL INN. Open 7 days, 11am til late. TOTALLY ROASTED, wood-fired pizzas are back. Dine in or takeaway, Thursdays and Fridays from 4 till 8pm. Ph 525 9396. Takeaway coffee container open for coffees and muffins from 7am.
Wholemeal Café Open Sat-Thurs 7.30-3.30 Fridays 7.30-8.30 Friday nights: Eat-in or take away. Ph 525 9426 THE GB WEEKLY, FRIDAY 17 JANUARY 2020
Pastor: Rodney Watson 0275114266 93 Commercial St, Takaka. www.godunlimited.org
Ph: 5259 265
LEARNING / Akonga / Huarahi ako/mahi
Power of Self-Esteem Course 29th Feb – 1 March in Golden Bay with Clare Vivian-Neal
DANGEROUS KITCHEN. Breakfast, lunch and dinner, 7 days from 9am till 8.30pm. For bookings and takeaways ph 525 8686.
GARDEN SANCTUARY CAFÉ at Aroha Health Spa. Organic coffee, herbal teas, fresh juices, light meals and treats. Open every day from 9.30am, 792 Abel Tasman Drive, Pohara.
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CURRY LEAF. Open 7 days, 11.30am til late. Chef-made food, takeaway prices. Ph 525 8481. Phone orders welcome.
DE-LISH DELICATESSEN. Sumptuous, delicious food. Lunches, catering, coffee, chocolate, cheeses and epicure items. Eat-in or take out. Downtown Takaka. Ph 525 7111.
Contact: Clare firstname.lastname@example.org
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PHONE @ 5259396 LIMITED ROASTED 734TOTALLY ABLE TASMAN DRIVE POHARA TOTALLY ROASTED 734 ABLE TASMAN 7183DRIVE POHARA Pohara 7183 PHONE @ 5259396 PHONE @ 5259396 Thursday & Friday nights 4 to
Takeaways available too. Ph 525 9396.
“IN the water...on the shore” New works by Sarah Thomas at Tukurua Collective, 85 Tukurua Road. Ph 027 834 3245 for gallery hours.
Fine Landscape Paintings - Reproduction Giclee Prints Studio Gallery of Peter Geen
Sans Souci Inn
Open for evening meals (2019/20 season) Menu 2019/20 (bookings essential) Mon Anatoki Salmon with a ginger miso dressing and a basmati and quinoa mix. Beetroot kimchi and a crunchy salad with orange and mint $37.00 Tue Lamb fillets with chargrilled Mediterranean vegetables and a salsa verde. Nutty quinoa and mesclun salad $37.00 Wed Roasted Beef Rump with chimmichurri drizzle (Mexican herb dressing). Spicy potato and kumara crush. Avocado cream and a mixed salad with a sun-dried tomato dressing $37.00
76 Boyle Street (Golf Course Rd) Clifton, Takaka. Ph 525 7007. Open 10am-5pm. www.earthseagallery.com
Thu Malaysian fish baked in a rendang marinade with cashew coconut sauce. Cardamom jasmine rice, fruity salsa and a summer salad $35.00 Fri Venison Fillet with boysenberries and a parsnip and potato gratin. Salad of mesclun, apples, fennel and orange pickle with hazelnut dressing $38.00 Sat Lamb Fillets with Chraimeh (an Eastern spiced tomato sauce). Creamy pumpkin/kumara with dukkha sprinkle and a nutty couscous salad with whipped feta $38.00 Sun Slow-cooked Beef Fillet topped with mixed mushrooms and parmesan crisp. Roasted root vegetables. Mesclun salad with beetroot, blue cheese and walnut dressing $38.00 All meals include a bread and olive oil starter. Vegetarian and gluten-free options on request. Half portions for children available. A choice of freshly-made desserts is available every night. Dinner is served at 7pm. Bookings essential until 4pm. We are fully licensed.
11 Richmond Road, Pohara, ph 525 8663 www.sanssouciinn.co.nz 21
UPCOMING EVENTS / Mea pakiri haere SATURDAY 18 JANUARY INTEGRATIVE MEDICAL HEALTH TALK. Dr Tim Ewer, GB Community Centre, 4.30-5.30pm. GOLDEN BAY A&P SHOW. At the Rec Park. Don’t miss this fun-filled family day out. For details see Facebook “Golden Bay A&P Show” and check out GB Weekly pages 7-16 for full details of what’s happening on the day. VILLAGE MARKET, every Saturday, see advert.
MONDAY 20 JANUARY ZUMBA: Exercise with a difference. Love music, love dance? Come join us, Mondays: Senior Citizens’ Hall 6-7pm with your instructor Maria. See Wednesday too.
TUESDAY 21 JANUARY GB WEEKLY deadline: noon on Tuesdays. Late fees apply until 4pm Tuesdays. Paradise Entertainment and Collingwood On the Spot store are our agents.
WEDNESDAY 22 JANUARY COSTUME HIRE closed until 12 February. Returns to Joan Fishley ph 525 8338. ZUMBA. Collingwood Sunday School Hall 6-7pm. See Monday. ONEKAKA PLAYGROUP is closed for a short break, reopening 29 January.
THURSDAY 23 JANUARY
MEN’S SUPPORT GROUP. Meets every Thursday, 6pm, Workcentre, 84 Commercial Street.
LATER EVENTS SELF-ESTEEM COURSE, 29 February-1 March. Contact Clare Vivian-Neal email@example.com MOTUEKA RSA ANNUAL FISHING CONTEST is happening from Friday 7-Sunday 9 February. Entry forms available from RSA, Burnsco and NPD Takaka. There is a major cash prize for the heaviest snapper and generous prizes for place getters in all categories. Spot prizes for juniors and great adult spot prize draw too. There will be our popular fish auction and filleting service in action. Later in January look out for more details in our local papers, Facebook page and posters.
Golden Bay MMA (VVCK & BQC) training Fridays AND Saturdays
2pm-4pm @ Takaka Masonic Community Hall (next to Roots Bar) Costs vary, booking essential, phone James Abbott 021 889 084
Programmes to listen out for Spiral Radio - Join host Dean Campbell as he brings you Music, Reviews, Previews and Interviews from the Conscious Communities of Nelson, throughout New Zealand and Overseas. Spiral Radio Airs Friday night at 7.00 and replays the following Wednesday night at 10.00.
Classic Scrambles 10am Sunday 2 February
Signposted on State Highway 60
Free entry for spectators Food and drink available on site T-shirts available
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Life at the Elmsley - Liz Salt, former host of Motueka Moments has left Motueka and shifted to Stratford on Avon, Wickshire, England, where she and her husband have purchased a B and B. She joins us with her stories from her new venture and adventures abroad with an Audio Postcard. Life at the Emsley airs every second Thursday afternoon at 3.30, replaying Saturday morning at 9.30. Fresh Start Fitz Family Breakfast – Chris Fitzgerald and Family present fortnightly Wednesday and Thursday Morning Breakfast shows. A great mix of new and old music, and the chance to see which generation has its finger on the pulse of today! Every 2nd Wednesday 7.00-9.00 and again a week later on Thursday mornings 7.00-8.30
The Addams Family (PG) Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (M) Jumanji: The Next Level (PG) Game on! Frozen 2 (PG) You’ll laugh, you’ll snowBAWL Bellbird (M) (NZIFF) encore NZ Farma Drama Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (M) 3D The Addams Family (PG) Good NeighBOOrs Jumanji: The Next Level (PG) Runnnnn! The Gentlemen (R16) Guy Ritchie’s latest The Addams Family (PG) Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (M) Knives Out (M) Who Dunnit? Frozen 2 (PG) Jumanji: The Next Level (PG) The Gentlemen (R16) Mathew McConaughey The Addams Family (PG) The Good Liar (R13) (Final) Cat-and-mouse Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (M) Matinee: Sorry We Missed You (M) (NZIFF) Jumanji: The Next Level (PG) Little Women (G) Reimagined Classic Frozen 2 (PG) (Final) Ride Like a Girl (PG) Melbourne cup winner Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (M)
(NZIFF- New Zealand International Film Festival)
For bookings phone 525 8453 Film information may be found at www.villagetheatre.org.nz Weekly Friday & Saturday market, or order online
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Coming events at
The Mussel Inn JANUARY Sat 18th RABBIT HOLE - Captivating melodies and filthy dance beats, $10
It’s a new year! Join us for tea, cake and stimulating conversation that may just bring more
Thur 23rd MAKO ROAD - Indie Pop-Rock, $39 (tickets online)
“life” into your Living. New location & time!
Sat 25th HORIZONE - Funky Pop Reggae Rock Hip Hop, $10 Wed 29th MONTY BEVINS folk troubadour + REDWOOD REIDER poetry soundscape, $10 Fri 31st
19th January 2-4 the Cafe-Aroha Spa- Pohara this Sunday,
RICHTER CITY REBELS, $10
(across from campground). Free.
Mon 3rd ANDY IRVINE $15 Thur 6th ONE WAKA $10 Sat 8th
THE IMMIGRANTS $10
PROSAD + GLASS HEART STRING CHOIR
Bring your visitors to Farewell Spit this Summer!
Sat 15th SEAMOUSE Wed 19th JACQUIE BRISTOW
UPCOMING GIGS & EVENTS...
Thur 20th LIVE POETS - 7.30pm. All welcome. Sat 22nd SIKA $10
Friday 17th January
Tues 25th THE SCHIZOPHONICS $22 (tickets)
Sat 29th MUNDI
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REGGAE SUNDAYS WITH GALANJAH knights of the dub table
SUPPORT FROM - SEAN RICHARDS $10
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Saturday 25th January
Pohara Beach Top 10 Holiday Park 300m Swim in chest-deep water
Farewell Spit Tours
Friday 24th January
SATURDAY 7 MARCH 2020 COURSE:
... You know you’ve been thinking about it for years
Thursday 23rd January
Gourmet food & burgers, Open fire, Good beer, Good people
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Ph: (03) 525 8800
Offers Over $599,000
Located at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac, you will find this very tidy 3 bedroom home on an easy care 737sqm. Built in 2010 of permanent materials, there is nothing left to do here after moving in!! Plenty of storage, double garage & separate workshop. The log fire & double glazing keeps the home warm & dry in winter, with gas for water heating & cooking. Very private & presented to a high standard. Don’t hesitate to call me for further info. Ref: GB3761 James Mackay 027 359 0892 or firstname.lastname@example.org
57 UPPER TUKURUA ROAD, TUKURUA
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This is ‘Webley Park’ – one of the most stunning beachfront properties to come to the market in the Tasman region. This 4ha property, located in the heart of Golden Bay, boasts park-like grounds & an exquisite 495m2 home, comprising 4+ bedrooms, 4 bathrooms & multiple living areas. Elevation allows seclusion & expansive sea views from the stunning home & beautiful grounds, with direct access to sandy Tukurua Beach. Appt only.Ref: GB3757 Annie Telford 027 249 1408 or email@example.com
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From the sea view to the low maintenance grounds & gardens, you will love the easy beach access. Set on 2 levels with 2bdrms/1bthrm in main house & a fully self-contained, adjoining 1bdrm/1bthm studio unit. So close to all amenities. Ref: GB3726
BIRD’S GIFT EMPORIUM $220,000+GST (IF ANY) Be your own boss & earn a good income. A fantastic little giftware business right in Town. Very popular with locals & tourists. Financial statements avail*. Call me. *Conditions apply James Mackay 027 359 0892 Ref: GBC3759
Paul McConnon 0275 042 872
99 BAY VISTA DRIVE, PÒHARA $255,000 From this 3457m2 section, you overlook Tarakohe Harbour, Tata Islands & beyond. Enjoy native bush in a small gully, with power & phone to boundary. Call me for details. Sarah-Jane Brown 0274 222 577 Ref: GB3718
PURELY GOLDEN BAY! 598 TAKAKA-COLLINGWOOD HWY, PURAMAHOI
29-31 COMMERCIAL STREET
4ha with a large 5 bdrm Summerhill Stone home in park-like gardens, beautiful est. native trees. Income from orchard + B&B. Sheds for equip. & vehicles, sheep shearing + paddocks. Call me. Ref: GB37471
The ’Take Note’ building is on the market - a large retail space of 1000m2+ set on 4 titles, with secure long term tenants. LIM, reg. valuation, building report & lease details available* Call Belinda for further details. Ref: GBC3758 *Conditions apply
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Situated in the Aorere Valley, approx. 20mins from Collingwood, this 41ha lifestyle or run-off block is suitable for beef & dairy stock grazing along with maize. Complete with a modern 5 bdrm/2 bthrm farm house. Call me for details. Ref: GB3729 Price: $839,000+GST (if any) Sarah-Jane Brown 0274 222 577
Elevation, privacy, views energy self sufficiency, 3 bdrms, spacious, vaulted ceilings, macrocarpa timber, plentiful water supply, orchard, berry & veggie gardens are just some of the winning features of this 13ha property…… Call me. Ref: GB3740
Call in & say “Gidday” to us at the A & P Show tomorrow!
2 HALL JONES ST, WHARARIKI
Under the gaze of ‘Old Man Rock’ this 4 bdrm/2 bthrm modern home built in 2018 is a pleasure to show with all the features you would expect. Complemented by 4.75ha of land with 3bay-shed, paddocks & gardens. Call me. Ref: GB3731
Everyone welcome to stop by for a rest & enjoy some time in the shade.
Belinda J Barnes 021 236 2840
Sharon McConnon Sales Manager 0275 258 255
Paul McConnon Salesperson 0275 042 872
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Sarah-Jane Brown Salesperson 0274 222 577
James Mackay Principal / AREINZ / B.Com
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Belinda J Barnes Agent / AREINZ 021 236 2840
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