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Friday 13 May 2022

Women bikers “Just Ride!”

Just Ride! Golden Bay women riding in support of International Female Riders Day: from left, Inke, Rhonda, Lee, Liz, Cathy. Photo: Ronnie Short. RONNIE SHORT

In recognition of International Female Ride Day (IFRD) last Saturday, five female motorbike riders met at Tākaka’s Visitor Information Centre. IFRD is an event held worldwide, on the first Saturday in the month of May, to celebrate women on motorbikes. This year marks the 16th IFRD, and representatives from over 120 countries participated. The IFRD goals are to build awareness of women motorcycle riders and to promote those who enjoy the sport across worldwide cultures and communities. Their call to action, “Just Ride!” further aims to encourage other women to take up the activity. Cathy Sage instigated last weekend’s participation via a local women bikers Facebook page. She suggested a 10am rendezvous followed by a ride up Tākaka Hill to the Woolshed Café. From there they would

return to town for lunch at The Wholemeal Café. This is the second year Cathy has initiated the IFRD ride. Now she intends to create a monthly ride for local female motorcycle enthusiasts. Cathy has been enjoying riding again for the past seven years, after a 30-year interlude. Sporting a Suzuki DR 650, she is able to ride off-road territory as well as treading the tarmac. New participant Liz pulled up on her 250 Royal Enfield Himalayan 450. She has been motorcycling for just two months. “I always cycle the Rainbow Road and I had motorbikes always pass me, and thought I have to get a bike so I can do that,” she said. Lee Rzoska cruised in next on her 250 Suzuki road bike, a rider for two years now. Like Liz, Lee is attending the free Ride to Live

courses held in Nelson. Both women have earned their bronze badges and are now working towards a silver. Lee rode farm bikes and horses as a child, and loves motorbiking. “I reckon if you can ride a horse and stay on, you can ride a motorcycle,” she said. Inke Thomas-Clark arrived next, on her BMW 650 XCountry bike. She claims to be the “oldest” rider, having ridden motorbikes since her childhood in Germany. Last but not least, Rhonda – a keen rider of 30 years – joined the troupe on her Triumph Street Triple 675. As 10am rolled around, all were keen to hit the road. Cathy passed around the 2022 IFRD “Just Ride!” flyers for everyone to display and they started their bikes. The flock of five took off towards their hilltop destination to meet with a sixth rider, who was joining them from Nelson.

Community Board JO RICHARDS

Golden Bay Community Board’s monthly meeting took place in person for the first time in months on Tuesday morning, but Zoom remained an option for some. It turned out to be a rather short meeting which focused largely on two ongoing issues, and was notable for being the last appearance by Tasman District Council’s environmental assurance group manager Dennis Bush-King who is retiring at the beginning of next month. Public Forum Dennis was very familiar with the only topic raised in the forum – the proposed seawall at Pakawau. Chair of the Pakawau Community Residents’ Association (PCRA) Nigel Lloyd filled his five minutes with an update of the association’s position and a request for further community board input. He began by acknowledging the community board’s support and TDC’s prompt response to questions submitted at April’s forum (GBW, 14/4), but then asked: “What happens next?” Referring to the “complex” resource consent application process, he explained that the requirement to provide over 100 pages of supporting evidence, plus a $10,000 fee, without any certainty about the outcome, was of great concern to the PCRA. “We’re worried about the realisation that we’re heading towards another costly hearing.” The prospect had prompted the PCRA to consider whether they would proceed with the application, or “give up and surrender people to the sea”. Nigel contrasted the association’s complex and costly process with examples of the council granting itself consent to construct rock walls at Collingwood and Pōhara. “We believe that if council can use rock structures to protect their property, then we should be able to do the same.” Prior to making a decision to progress the application, Nigel urged the community board to provide support by setting up a “workshop” to bring all interested parties together in order to help clarify the issues. Chair’s Report Pakawau Seawall: Nigel’s request was the first item dealt with in the Chair’s Report and it triggered a lengthy discussion. Councillor Celia Butler noted that the resource consent process was underway and wasn’t “something that can be deviated from”. GBCB member Averill Grant highlighted... Continued on page 2


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GB Community Board – May Continued from page 1 ...what she believed was an inconsistency. “Council can [build rock wall protection] on their own land but are making it difficult for the public.” She expressed the need for council to show “flexibility”. Dennis explained that the PCRA’s proposal was problematic under current legislation. “They want to put a private structure on public land.” Board member Dave Gowland said the public land referred – the esplanade reserve – should be protected, as it offers “significant environmental and public benefits” and is therefore consistent with the NZ Coastal Policy Statement. Councillor Chris Hill addressed the uncertainty over whether the application would be notified and a formal hearing held. “Surely the criteria required for a hearing are very clear.” Dennis wrapped up the discussion by suggesting that the GBCB wrote to TDC’s resource consent manager to request further discussion and to clarify PCRA’s options. Dennis’s retirement: All eyes stayed on the soon-to-beretiring Dennis as GBCB chair Abbie Langford formally thanked him for his support over the past seven years. “As chair I have very much appreciated your kind and calm nature, and your willingness to be available to the board. You have done the hard job of letting the board learn and understand, while ensuring that this is not at the expense of our community. Your knowledge and experience will be greatly missed, and we wish you all the best for the future.” Dennis responded, thanking Abbie for her “kind words” before saying a few words of his own. “Golden Bay is a special place, as we know… I’ve always been supportive of having staff in Golden Bay, and had a keen interest in maintaining contact with Golden Bay.” He acknowledged the nature of his role. “I’ve tried to identify solutions for people, to meet their needs. There are always challenges… It’s not always easy.” Festive decorations: Abbie had collated information and options on a variety of festive decorations for Tākaka, but the

board considered them expensive and their installation and maintenance potentially problematic. After some debate it was decided that the Village Green should be earmarked as the focus for festive decorations – for both Christmas and Matariki celebrations. Road safety: Celia raised two safety issues with the road layout and markings at the junction near the Fonterra factory. The first involved the position of the give way sign for traffic coming from Sunbelt Crescent and going straight ahead into Meihana Street. “The sign is too far back from the intersection to be in the line of sight and some vehicles are driving straight through without giving way.” The second related to pedestrian safety on a 200m-long section of Motupipi Street between the end of the footpath and Fonterra, which she said is “a narrow strip” between the white line and the ditch. Dave explained that, when the road was reconfigured some years ago, the original plans indicated a wider footpath, but this had not been implemented. In both cases, it was agreed that TDC’s transportation engineer Robert Deck would be asked to review and report. Action Sheet A review of the Action Sheet included items already covered in the meeting plus a couple of other live issues: Dave queried when the council’s promised review of the road occupation rules would be carried out. “When is it due to happen?” Abbie provided an update of progress with the MOU – the document that will define the relationship between GBCB and TDC. “I’ve not heard back from the LGC [Local Government Commission] yet but it’s still with the council’s governance team for review. GBCB member Grant Knowles offered to chase up a response from the LGC. The meeting ended, as it began, with Chris reciting a karakia. The next meeting of GBCB is on Tuesday 14 June at 9.30am, Golden Bay Service Centre, Takaka, and on Zoom.

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The Tākaka Athletics Club closed its season with a fun afternoon, prizegiving and a sausage sizzle on Wednesday 13 April. The season marked a successful restart for the club, with 75 Senior Club Champion Ruby Darwen, left, and Junior Club registered athletes from grade five to grade 14, and up to 15 Champion Cooper Strange. Photo: Submitted. athletes travelling to interclub events in the Tasman region. SEASON RESULTS: The new and enthusiastic committee saw “incredible success” Age grade club champions: Charlie Baigent (5), Emma on club nights due to the amount of support from parents, Petterson (6), Sam Lamason (6), Skyla Smith (7), Tayo Green grandparents, caregivers, sponsors and our community. This (7), Aleisha Best (8), Zac Anderson (8), Tessa Sheenan (9), really helped to make the season successful. Cooper Strange (9), Talia Feaver (10), Toby Jordan (10), Unfortunately, due to Covid-19, club night recordings were Layla Griffths (11), Saxon Bowden (11), Ruby Darwen (12), restricted, and this resulted in limited results and opportunities Lucas Palmer (12), Aliana Bowden (13), Teru Green (13), Iyla to improve personal bests. All remain optimistic, however, for an Lamason (14), Archie Darwen (14). undisrupted 2022/2023 season. Congratulations to 12-year-old Congratulations also goes to our season cup winners Ruby Darwen for her prestigious achievement in athletics. She for their amazing performance and athletic abilities was recognised at a national level, and received a 4 Star Award. throughout the season: The club is very grateful to Tasman Centre, NBS, Abel Tasman Fleming Cup Junior most improved, Blake McCleely Plumbing and Gas, Solly’s Contractors, Hammer Hardware, Rural Fleming Cup Senior most improved, Paige Baigent Service Centre, Sport NZ, Dan Darwen Builders, Heavy Diesel Bill Richards Cup Overall Champions: Golden Bay, FreshChoice, Laser Electrical, Ablution Solutions, Junior Club Champion, Cooper Strange PGG Wrightson, Pro Tech Computing, Darren Clarke, Mike Leary, Senior Club Champion, Ruby Darwen Shelley Palmer, John Eason, Neil Whitaker, and lastly Golden Bay High School for the use of the grounds.

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Our rich fishing fleets disappear over the horizon none can see their trawls steep-down, down, down in the deep, black wonder-worlds of our ocean, netting fish, scraping cliffs and mounts bare of all their millennial old coral forests, sheltering diverse, never before-seen life Earth’s most precious carbon sink. Destroyed , denuded , unable to regrow new corals on that scraped bare rock these huge mountain ranges are called “Graveyard, Gothic, Diabolical, Zombie, Morgue, Headstone, Ghoul” Is that what we want for our vanishing vibrant deep-sea life? Our last life-saving world? Read more on Google or see Youtube on seamounts, etc. Helena Thorpe

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The GB Weekly would like to belatedly thank Jill Pomeroy for her many, many years of providing the rainfall figures for Collingwood each month. You may have noticed that the Collingwood figures have been missing since Jill moved over the Hill to live in December. Jill, we wish you all the best in your new home and hope that you still enjoy catching up on all the happenings in Golden Bay.


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Since 1996, when Tom Sturgess and his family arrived from the United States, Golden Bay has been his home. He is an investor, farmer, businessman (MBA Harvard), and philanthropist. Tom will speak at a U3A meeting on Friday 20 May about the establishment and ongoing work of the Golden Bay Community Trust, of which he is a founding member. The Trust ensures that Golden Bay residents benefit from a share of the proceeds of local aquaculture. As a proprietor of five sheep and cattle farms across the South Island and a self-described advocate of sustainable and regenerative farming, Tom will also talk about the story of Methane Mitigation Ventures (MMV), a company he established to address the ever-increasing importance of reducing our country’s farming emissions footprint. MMV, in collaboration with MPI, is conducting a two-year trial to test the effectiveness on-farm of a combination of natural feed additives, including seaweed, to reduce methane emissions from ruminant farm animals, such as sheep, beef and dairy cattle. “Golden Bay Community Trust and sustainable farming in NZ”, a U3A presentation by Tom Sturgess, Senior Citizens’ Hall, Friday 20 May, 10.30am. All welcome, non-U3A members a gold coin please. Masks required.

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Under regulation changes, from 5 May, daily limits on recreationally caught finfish now include species that previously had no limit. Of over 1,000 finfish species found in New Zealand waters, only 43 species have been subject to a daily recreational fishing limit, leaving the rest open to overfishing. For the Top of the South Island (Challenger Fisheries Management Area) all finfish species, including those with individual species limit, are now part of a combined daily bag limit of 20 finfish per person, per day. Finfish species with individual bag limits are also included in this daily total. Specified baitfish and freshwater eels are not included, and have their own separate limits additional to the combined daily bag limit. In addition to the combined daily bag limit for finfish, fishers may take: Six freshwater eels per person, per day, as part of the eel daily bag limit, plus 50 specified baitfish per person per day as part of the baitfish daily bag limit. “This puts an end to excessive take, which could affect the sustainability of a species and also makes the rules more consistent across the country and easier to follow,” says Oceans and Fisheries Minister David Parker. An example of a species with an individual daily limit is kingfish, which has a daily limit of three per angler. These individual limits have been retained but are now included within the combined daily bag limit. For example, a fisher in the Auckland/Kermadec, Central or Challenger areas can take three kingfish and up to 17 other finfish to make up their daily limit of 20. Southern bluefin tuna, which has a daily limit of one per person per day, will now be included in the amateur regulations. Previously, anyone taking excess southern bluefin tuna received a warning or faced prosecution, but now Fisheries Officers will be able to issue infringement notices. Public consultation on the changes ran from 6 October to 18 November 2021 and Fisheries New Zealand received 1,467 submissions from across a wide range of interests. Updates and information about these changes, including the specified baitfish species, can be found on the Ministry of Primary Industries website: recfishing-consultation. To keep up to date with the rules, download the free NZ Fishing Rules App at



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Blue cod Westland – South Bank of Haast River to Heaphy River*


Blue cod South West – Awarua Point to South Bank of Haast River* Bluenose Groper/Hapuku/Bass Kingfish


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Table 2: Baitfish daily limit of 50, additional to the combined daily limit of 20 finfish. There is a daily limit of 50 for any combination of the following baitfish species.

Baitfish Species Anchovy Jack/Horse/Chilean mackerel Koheru Pilchard Piper/Garfish Slender/Stout sprat Yellow-eyed mullet/Herring

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A little while ago, Anne Tyler suggested that her career as a writer might be over. To the delight of her readers, this proved not to be so, and French Braid, her latest novel, is at the top of the list of bestsellers. It is the story of a Baltimore family through six decades, and has the characteristics one expects from an Anne Tyler novel: perceptive observation of everyday details that makes them significant, and a deep understanding of human relationships, written in a light and clear style. The year is 1959 and the Garrett family, the owners of Wellington’s Plumbing Store in Baltimore, are taking their first – and only – holiday at Deep Camp Lake. Seventeenyear-old Alice, responsible and efficient, co-operates happily with holiday arrangements, 15-year-old Lily sulks at being separated from her boyfriend, but quickly finds a new romantic interest, while seven-year-old David, rather fearful of the water, creates his own imaginary world. Their parents, Robin and Mercy, enjoy the holiday in different ways. Robin, at first finding it difficult to adapt to so much free time, eventually finds a kindred spirit with whom to discuss “sewage or something”. Mercy takes the opportunity to wander off freely and paint – for which she has talent. Anne Tyler’s description of the holiday – the unfamiliar accommodation at first creating a sense of unease, and the gradual adjustment to the casual holiday lifestyle is typical in its detail, picking out apparently ordinary features and showing their significance. During the years that follow, the family increases and has its share of misunderstandings and crises as well as celebrations. The author’s skill is in making these moments part of everyday life, important but rarely dramatic. For instance, when the children have grown up and left home, Mercy feels the need to gain some independence and fulfill her ambition to paint. She gradually equips a modest rented room as her studio where she eventually spends most of her time. This is truly important for her. She still loves her husband, and her behaviour is accepted by her family without fuss. There is even a conventional Golden Wedding family party, which is a quiet success. The five people who shared a once-in-a-lifetime holiday grow up and grow old in a way that is completely consistent with the earlier life. This is often moving. There is something profound in observing intimately the passing of time and its effect on ordinary human beings. Strong, capable parents inevitably decline and the children take over the key roles in the family. This is a truly absorbing and quietly powerful story. At the end, the reader feels completely involved in the family history – and part of the strength of the novel is that the last page implies a warm sense of continuity through years to come.


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A new season of junior and youth football got underway at Golden Bay Rec Park last Saturday. The day’s action began at around 9am with the “First Kicks” programme for the youngest players and ended just after 2.30pm with the last kick of the women’s second XI match. Amongst those eager to learn the basics in the four- to fiveyear-old group were Ava Smith and John Lamont who soon picked up the skill of passing the ball between them. Six-yearold James Langford, a football first-timer, was especially keen to get started. “Last night he slept in his shinpads,” said mum Abbie. The First Kicks programme caters for kids between the ages of four to eight years-old – and there were quite a few of them running around the mini-pitches on Saturday morning. “We’ve got 76 doing First Kicks – well up on last year,” said Golden Bay Association Football Club president Phil Smith, who was keeping an eye on the well-organised chaos. The young players are divided by age into subgroups each with a dedicated coach. Looking after the five- to seven-yearolds, Jess Jacquier was impressed by her charges. “There’s a lot of potential here.” Vinny Astill’s eight-year-olds were also showing promise. “It’s going to be a great season,” said Vinny. Phil explained the importance of developing the young players through the programme. “This is the foundation of the club. We keep the kids engaged and then the eight-year-olds can join the travelling teams.” Three of the Bay’s travelling youth teams were playing at home on Saturday: the 10th grade Weka Warriors; the 11th grade Orcas; and the 13-14th grade Pumas. The two younger sides were playing teams from Nelson Suburbs, while the Pumas lined up against FC Nelson. In the

absence of pre-season grading games, the first three fixtures of the season are being used to refine the allocation of the teams to the appropriate level, so it was not unexpected to see some lop-sided results: While the Wekas narrowly lost 4-5, the Orcas and Pumas both suffered heavy defeats, but all Golden Bay’s teams showed grit and determination. Wekas’ coach Dave Lewis was overjoyed just to see players back on the pitch. “It’s awesome – it’s just about being normal and playing football on a Saturday.” And he was equally pleased with his warriors who, despite only having one training session, have progressed from last year. “It’s a good little team; the skill levels are really good.” Speaking after the Orcas’ match coach Cory Griffiths said of his team: “They kept their chins up and played ‘till the last.” Pumas’ coach Flori Dahl said he couldn’t fault the effort and the attitude shown by his players. “They never gave up; they kept going to the end.” He explained that his was a young squad. “We’re playing in the top 13-14th grade, but most of our players are 11 and 12.” Kicking off at 1pm, and playing competitive football for the first time, GBAFC Women’s Second XI Wahine Toa got off to a flying start against visitors from Tahuna thanks to a goal from Jess Currin-Steer after two minutes. It started a bit of a goal rush; within seven minutes the home side were three-nil up. Tahuna looked a bit shell-shocked but they clawed their way back into the match to level the score after 25 minutes. All the while, Wahine Toa kept creating chances, hitting the woodwork on more than one occasion, but finally regained a one-goal advantage on the approach of half-time. The second half began with the home side dominating possession, and carving out goal-scoring opportunities, but the final finish eluded them. What they needed was a bit of...

First Kicks: Ava Smith and John Lamont begin their football journey.

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SPONSORED BY ...luck – and it came from one their many corner kicks which was turned into the goal by a Tahuna defender. For the last 20 minutes Wahine Toa continued to press and netted a further brace to take the final score in their competitive debut to 7-3. Coach Richard Price was clearly delighted with the result – and the performance.“I think they’ve done terrifically. They work so hard in training. I’m very proud of them.” G o l d e n B ay Wo m e n’s first XI, the Shield Maidens, travelled over the Hill for a clash with FC Nelson. It proved to be a frustrating afternoon, according to coach Phil Smith. “The scoreline [7-0 loss] definitely does not represent the game. The Maidens had pressure and great passing and had plenty of shots on goal but just


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Tullia Wilson on the attack for Wahine Toa against Tahuna.

couldn’t find the back of the net. FC Nelson had five questionable penalty shots on goal with four of them being stopped by our great

Goalkeeper Bianca Honey. I’m absolutely certain on another day we would get the win over FC Nelson.”

Youth rugby kicks off in Tākaka

Jack Holland scores for Tākaka U14s against Waimea Old Boys. JO RICHARDS

Youth rugby kicked off a new season last Saturday with two Tākaka teams in action at the Rec Park. The U12 squad up against the Wanderers scored two tries and conceded four, giving victory to the visitors at the end of a closely fought contest. Speaking after the match, Tākaka coach Jim Thomas said it was a “good, fast game” and was upbeat about the coming season. “The team did very well for their first game. There’s lots of potential.” On the adjacent pitch Tākaka U14s were involved in a highscoring match with Waimea Old Boys. The home side scored six tries but were outdone by the visitors who eventually triumphed with a final score of 36-51. Co-skippers of the Tākaka side Gordy Langford and Archie Darwen were disappointed with the result but took some positives from the game. “We played alright,” said Gordy. “We had some good turnovers but needed more support.” Archie thought the side improved as the match unfolded. “We had a good second half.” Other Tākaka teams enjoyed mixed fortunes in their away fixtures: the U10s secured a win against Riwaka, the U13s lost Tākaka aim to stop a Wanderers’ attack in the U12s match. to Nelson; and the seniors beat Nelson 52-24.

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Folk dancing in full swing at the recent Sustainable Living Centre Harvest Festival. Photo: Sol Morgan. SOL MORGAN

The weather turned on a great day for the annual Harvest Festival at the Sustainable Living Centre on 30 April. It’s part of the centre’s kaupapa to celebrate the main harvest season with a community gathering, bringing people together to have fun, connect, enjoy local entertainment and eat yummy local kai, and the event once again achieved its goal. Martine Baanvinger, the event organiser and centre coordinator, hailed it a great success and that she is already looking forward to next year’s festival. “This well-known annual fundraiser always pulls a great crowd. And this year was no exception.” Local musicians, poets and storytellers entertained the crowd all afternoon and evening. Throughout the day, Purple expertly managed the entertainment and his sound system to great effect. “The folk dancing led by Kevin Durkan was a true hit, with lots of laughter and connection for all ages,” said Martine. Victoria’s children’s tent was on site to cater for smaller children needing quiet times to explore, connect and create. Larger children obviously enjoyed other activities such as apple bobbing, or simply had fun running around the parklike grounds as happy kids do. The food stalls served delicious local seasonal meals and

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EATING OUT / Kai wahi kē dinner 5-8.30pm. Ph 525 6117. THE MUSSEL INN. Open 7 days from 11am. TOTOS CAFÉ - PIZZERIA, open Sundays, weather permitting, 10.30am-4pm. Tōtaranui hill, ph 03 970 7934. WHOLEMEAL CAFÉ, open 7 days for dine-in meals and takeaways, 7.30am-3pm.

CHURCH SERVICES ON SUNDAYS SACRED Heart Catholic faith community celebrate Mass at 4pm Sundays. Masks please. ST Andrews Presbyterian Church invites you to join with us for morning worship at 10am. Father Larry Barnett.

FOR SALE / Hei hokohoko FIREWOOD. Douglas fir and gum. Ph Bay Firewood 027 769 6348. SUREPAVE recycled plastic paver. I have 300 excess due to a plan change. Excellent for driveways, turnarounds, dairy shed pugging. Tractor-able, driveable on, coverage 150sqm. Easy to lay. Bought for $21 each, sell for $10 each. Ph Bruce 524 8057. BUILDING or renovating? AES Wastewater Treatment system: No power, 20-year warranty, supplying NZ from Golden Bay., ph 525 9020. COMPUTERS, tablets, and smartphones. New and used. On display at Zentec in Takaka. Contact 03 525 8371 or support@ for more info.

Takaka Vineyard Pop-up Church We meet Sundays 4:30pm– 5:30pm at the Anglican church hall, Commercial street

Sunday Service at 10am Pastor: Rodney Watson 0275114266 93 Commercial St, Takaka Ph: 5259 265

God’s way is perfect. All the Lord’s promises prove true. He is a shield for all who look to Him for protection. Psalm 18:30

GOOD LAWNMOWING BUSINESS. Ph 027 212 4020. LARGE steel-framed doors, suitable for pole shed, approximately 3m high and cover 3.2m wide, $600 ono. Older style single-glazed ranch sliders, with opening windows either side, 3.5m wide x 2m high, still in situ, $500 ono. Ph/txt Nick 026 7276 2540 or leave message. RAISED garden boxes, two, with frameworks for bird covers. 106 W x 240 L x 62 D; 106 x 180 x 45. $99. Ph 027 747 8255. CHOOKS, Buff Sussex, Cochine, Brahma, Orpington. Two, five, 12 months old from $15 to $30 each. Ph 525 8416.

EATING OUT / Kai wahi kē ANATOKI SALMON fishing and café. Catch your own lunch or order from the menu. Open every day from 9am-5pm. www. COLLINGWOOD TAVERN. 11am-7pm, Sunday-Thursday; 11am-late, Friday and Saturday. Live music - check out our Facebook page for details. COURTHOUSE CAFÉ, Collingwood. Open WednesdaySunday, 8am-3pm. Saturday nights are pizza nights, 5-7pm dine-in or takeaway. Ph 524 8194. DANGEROUS KITCHEN, open 9am-8pm, Tuesday-Saturday, dine in or take away. Ph 525 8686. DE-LISH DELICATESSEN. Sumptuous, delicious food. Lunches, catering, coffee, chocolate, cheeses and epicure items. Weekdays from 6.30am. Ph 525 7111. OLD SCHOOL CAFÉ. Open 4pm till late Friday and 11am till late Saturday, Sunday. O’SHA, open Tuesday-Sunday, lunch 11.30am-2.30pm and

Kahurangi Christian Church Sunday 10:30am 76 Bishop Road, Parapara Contact Robin Swafford 022 604 9678 Onekaka Hall Contact Rowan Miller 021 106 8461

UPCOMING EVENTS / Mea pakiri haere FRIDAY 13 MAY BADMINTON, REC PARK CENTRE, 7-9pm. All welcome. Ph Kerry 525 7007.

SATURDAY 14 MAY HOCKEY INVITATION. Calling all ex and wannabe hockey players, we want you. Sticks available. Join us for a hit around on Saturdays. 10.30am at the hockey field (beside junior football), fine weather only. We’d love to have you.

SUNDAY 15 MAY ZEN MEDITATION BEGINNERS SANGHA, 6.50pm Sundays. Ph 021 070 0656.

TUESDAY 17 MAY GB WEEKLY DEADLINE: noon on Tuesdays. Late fees apply until 4pm Tuesdays, if space is available. Stitch ‘n Sew and Collingwood On the Spot store are our agents. Or email us:


WEDNESDAY 18 MAY COSTUME HIRE, The Playhouse, Park Ave. Now by appointment only, to book ph Diane 525 8097 (evenings please).

AUTUMN HOURS Open Weds - Sun til 29th May Breakfast from 8am Dinner & drinks from 4pm Bookings are recommended

Hurry in! Closed for winter June/July 818 Abel Tasman Drive | 525 7998 14

ŌNEKAKĀ PLAYGROUP, all welcome, Wednesdays 10am12.30pm, Onekaka Hall.

THURSDAY 19 MAY DAYTIME BADMINTON, Rec Park Centre, 9-11am. All welcome. Ph Kerry 525 7007. HEARING AID CLINIC from 1pm. Ph M for appointment 525 7465. Free to Nelson Hearing Association members, $10 non-members.

FRIDAY 20 MAY PS LET’S HAVE SOME FUN, starring Paul Sangster. 7.30pm at The Playhouse, Park Ave. $25 at the door or pre-purchased $20 from Stitch ‘n Sew. An evening of comedy routine with random songs and poems as Paul reminisces through his entertainment years.

LATER EVENTS PS LET’S HAVE SOME FUN, starring Paul Sangster. Saturday 21 May, 7.30pm; Sunday 22 May, 2pm; at The Playhouse, Park Ave. $25 at the door or pre-purchased $20 from Stitch ‘n Sew. A comedy routine with random songs and poems as Paul reminisces through his entertainment years.

Programmes to listen out for: Eurocard

Aims to provide reflection on news, events, and life in general in Europe. Our foreign correspondent Lorraine MacIntosh is a former Nelson resident, currently living in Valencia, Spain. Tuesdays at 3:30pm, replays Saturdays at 10:30am.

That’s MYNT

A Programme hosted by members of Multicultural Youth Nelson Tasman (MYNT), a group of young people from all corners of the globe living in the Nelson-Tasman region, to support and promote Nelson-Tasman youth. Airs Tuesdays at 5pm with a new show every 2 weeks.

Have you ever considered making your own radio show? Fresh FM community radio is always looking for new volunteer programme makers who may want to explore their interest in a hobby, a specific music genre or local current affairs and relevant issues. You could co-host with a friend if that appeals. Just bring your enthusiasm, your passion and commitment and we’ll provide the training, support and inspiration. Contact Chrissie today on for more information FreshFM.NZ THE GB WEEKLY, FRIDAY 13 MAY 2022



FINAL WEIGH-IN SUNDAY– 3PM WILD GAME AUCTION – 4.30PM All proceeds to the Collingwood Rugby Football Club

SPIT ROAST – 5.30PM $20 for non-entrants

Prizes include:

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Average Weight


2nd Heaviest BOAR Longest Tusks



Heaviest STAG $300 Average STAG SPOT PRIZE Pig Carry Competition

Children’s Section (12 & under) FREE to enter but please register Most Hares $20 Heaviest Hare $20 Longest Goat Horns $20 Heaviest Possum $20 (Does not include spit roast) Games – Gumboot throw, pig/hare carry. Spot Prizes




P R I Z E S Friday 13th: 4:30 The Bad Guys (PG) 7:30 Doctor Strange Multiverse of Madness(M) Saturday 14th: 4:30 The Last Bus (M) (FINAL) 7:30 Everything Everywhere all at once (R13) Sunday 15th: 3:00 Met Opera: Boris Godunov (PG) (Once only!) 7:30 Downton Abbey: A New Era (PG) (FINAL)

Conditions of entry: • Entry $50 per team of 2 or $30 for single entry • Register by Thursday 19th May 9pm (Collingwood Tavern, PGG Wrightson Takaka or email • All Pigs to be over 25kg and offal removed • AMAZING Spot prizes drawn for those at judging • JUDGES & ORGANISERS’ DECISION IS FINAL


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Pakawau Beach Park


Cabins + powered and non-powered camping - ph 524 8308


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Thu 19th LIVE POETS SPECIAL – ‘HYSTERICAL’Fierce, feminist, fulfilling poetry. Carrie Rudzinski and Olivia Hall will leave you feeling empowered and alive. $15 tickets, $20 on the door.

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Sat 21st MILES CALDER DUO, $20 tickets @ undertheradar.

7 unique beaches along 3km of coastline

Thu 26th QUIZ - 7.30pm. All welcome. No bookings required. Sat 28th ALBI AND THE WOLVES, $15 THE EASTERN! $20

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OPEN HOME Sunday 1.00 - 1.30pm


Deadline Sale 12pm 01.06.22 (NSP)

A world away but in reality, just a ten minute drive from town. If you’re seeking the security of home ownership or perhaps you’ve outgrown your current abode and you need to spread out this property offers heaps of space outside, inside and everywhere between, including a massive shed. With 2023m2 to play around with, in a stunning rural setting, you and the family will have plenty of space. Call us for further information. Ref: GB3892 Paul McConnon 0275 042 872 or Jana McConnon 021 245 2197


Nearby beautiful Ligar Bay Beach


Offers Over $395,000

The titles have now been issued for this newest subdivision in Golden Bay and so here is your opportunity to snap up this section and build your dream home. Located in sought after Ligar Bay, this section can be found on the right-hand side, midway up Matenga Road. This 744sqm flat section, has power to the boundary, great footpaths & roading….. but the next best thing is, it’s just a short stroll to the beautiful sands of Ligar Bay Beach & what a great beach this is for all the whanau. Interested?? Don’t delay, call me. Ref: GB3893

Belinda J Barnes 021 236 2840



Offers Over $615,000

This 5-bedroom villa sits beautifully among the established trees & gardens on this 5615sqm property in a rural paradise. Approximately 10 minutes south of Collingwood & on the school bus route, close to the Rockville Hall & Rockville Swimming Pool. Loads of space for the kids to enjoy outside, while the house is spacious, featuring polished timber floors in the living area & bedrooms for everyone! If you are wanting to be more self-sufficient, then there plenty of scope here! Light & warm, enjoy the all-day sunshine. Call me for further information. Ref: GB3886

Belinda J Barnes 021 236 2840 Sharon MCCONNON Sales Manager 0275 258 255


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