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PORTS WIDE OPEN MV RENA: WHAT WAS HER CARGO Since the breakup of the MV Rena both the authorities and military have leaped into action in contrast to their initial response (where the navy alone was put on standby but given no orders for four days).

The annual Hokitika Wildfoods Festival will be held on Saturday, 10 March 2012. A gastronomic celebration of wild foods, the Hokitika Wildfoods Festival has something foreveryone. For those who appreciate gourmet greatness, there will be scallop kebabs, wild pork sausages and bacon, spit roast venison, paua patties, kina shots, marinated tuna, whitebait patties, whalebait, and deep-fried shark. This year, festival-goers can also savourrare fare – Fish ‘n Game are giving away samples of pukeko, smoked trout and paradise duck. For those game enough, there is something to challenge even the strongest of palates. For the main course, there’s snails, seagull eggs, grasshoppers, mountain oysters, crocodile and kangaroo bites, and those willing can choose how they would like their huhu grub – live, cooked, or even chocolate-coated! For dessert, there’s colostrum cheesecake, mastitis mousse, or comb honey chucks and honey ice cream pancakes.

a week after my appearance on the Vinny Eastwood Show, then identified aluminum byproduct cryolite mislabeled and stored in the stern. Dr Nick Smith, Minister of the Environment, would naturally play this down as he had also played down the role of Corexit 9000, a nano-engineered emulsifier used not just in oil exploration but for oil dispersal. It is linked to, first, an aggressive flu (which often goes untreated) before long term neurondisorders arise at later date which can strike up to year after initial contact with high rate of illness. So, in the Gulf of Mexico, the high level of illness amidst volunteers and clean upworkers continue to worry health officials.

This includes very specific instructions: to stay clear of all containers and not to touch any of the “milk powder” that was ashore. The government (Nick Smith to be specific) via the media acknowledged hazardous goods including cryolite were aboard the stern where this author has long suspected hazardous goods may be stored. This follows “11” hazardous goods being known to have been on the MV Rena.

3. Potassium nitrate class 5.1 shipleaking-oil-and-may-have-dangerous/1128069

4. Ferrosilicon which emits a flammable gas when in contact with water.

Alkyd sulfuric acid alone has been identified by the media, leaving initially ten other cargoes unidentified as to what they are and what steps are now being taken to protect the public and the environment.

1. Hydrogen peroxide

More importantly these were cargoes listed according to UN classifications as “International dangerous goods identification number” but, as I noted on the Vinny Eastwood Show, we were given no guarantee that things were not being mislabeled or marked ‘tractor parts’. My fear was that any deliberate toxic waste stored would be in the stern where it was most likely to be lost if the ship broke apart.

2. Trichloroiscyanuric acid

And sure as little apples are green, TV3,

With a little help from FaceBook site, MV Rena Response Monitoring and Action Group, I then identified the following:

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With this in mind, it hard not to see why the Minister of the Environment, Dr Nick Smith’s remarks that Corexit was as harmless as dish washing liquid have been lambasted by environmental salvage experts who denounce Smith’s statement as an outright fabrication. “They are more harmful than the oil itself, and they are not less toxic than dish washing liquid!” Rena-wrecked-on-reef-oil-clean-up-on-going cont. pg 2

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Not a usual Saturday lunch. To wash it all down, there will be bubbles for the ladies, and Monteiths for the men. Not to mention rhubarb, rose petal and elderflower bubbly, honey mead, kowlua and milk, locally brewed moonshine, and fruit juice slug – not for the fainthearted. And yes, there will once again be stallion semen protein shots for the brave. Pure testosterone.There will be entertainment throughout the day on the main stage, with an assortment of music types and characters, as well as a series of cooking demonstrations by a well-known chef. The festival will also host its very first wedding, with the groom- and bride-to-be regular attendees at the event. For those who don’t really need an excuse to dress up, there is a best-dressed prize for the most creative and imaginative, in keeping with the ‘wild time’ theme. There is also a photography competition and countless photo opportunities – just picture the face of someone crunching the head off a grasshopper, or putting a stillwriggling huhu into their mouth. Tickets to the festival are on sale now, with strong early sales from Australia, Canada and Auckland, as well as Christchurch. Date: 10 March 2012 Venue: Cass Square, Hokitika Time: Gates open at 10am, with the festival closing at 5pm Tickets: Tickets are $37 from Ticketdirect outlets, or $39 at

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Smith is also ignoring in his public briefing the fact that Corexit 95000 is no longer used by BP (responsible for the Horizon gas platform leak) because of health concerns, including the fact that chemicals react differently depending what form they are found in or what they come in contact with. For example, researchers believe Corexit may be up to a hundred times more toxic to humans and other species when in fact mixed with oil or concentrated as is the case in NZ where, initially, spraying methods had Corexit deployed in a concentrated form when dilutions levels where incorrectly applied and ignored Corexit’s own manufacturer’s guidelines not to be sprayed close to shore.

SLEEPING DOG LEGISLATION: What all kiwis, not just food growers should be whining about. As of 2012 New Zealanders will find them selves staring down the barrel of two particularly nasty forms of legislation the already passed the search and surveillance bill and the proposed Food Bill which is to go before NZ parliament this year. The first now gives up to seventy NZ government agencies, such as the NZ Meat Board, unlimited power which can be extended to private security of corporations by said agencies,

The Surveillance bill also does away with the right to silence and its critics maintain may even be used to approve censorship of blogs or website deemed subversive. ie. Information sharing of information or available as matter of public record may now become a crime. Coinciding with right wing businesses personalities meeting with NZ and US official to host such meeting as Taking Back the Internet hosted in 2005 in by the US NZ chamber of commerce at Otago University The effects of Corexit will be felt long after any signs of the oil spill have gone and the beaches LOOK okay. The MSC is believed to be in negotiation with government for a compensation deal which includes recompensating volunteer clean- up workers. It is advised that volunteers check anything they are asked to sign by either MSC or the government in the event of compensation to ensure it does not contains any caveat to prevent legal action from being taken in the future should the need arise. Which bring us back to the issue of what was on the Rena. Officially, 32 containers have now been identified as containing hazardous goods, twenty in the stern cont. pg 3

LEFT: Sleeping Dog NZ Future? RIGHT: Sam Niel Two Paddocks Food & Surveillance bill puts farmers and kiwis to grow what they want and sell to who they like as new police state legislation when paired up equals something rotten.

the right to conduct surveillance on line and in the physical flesh in manner never seen in NZ. The second bill now makes the right to grow food a government privilege to be handed out when and as the government see fit. Breaches of privilege enforceable again by armed police and corporate rent a cops act ing on behalf of agencies like the NZ Meat Board and your local council.

House Auckland. The US now defining for NZ what constitute a terrorist or political dissenter and is worry in light of radical new law changes in the USA. cont. pg 7



That is what the founder of Invercargill radio cont. from pg 2 station Ifinity FM hopes his station will provide carrying the mislabeled cryolite “Four of the community. these containers are on the deck near the bow. They contain empty tanks that previously The station, which currently broadcasts in held hydrogen peroxide, and could give off Invercargill, Christchurch and on the internet, gasses that could cause eye, nose/throat/ was started last year when Greg Selman, or skin irritations”, states the MNZ site before Ozzie, sold his car to buy gear and began reporting, “Six containers below deck contain transmitting from his garage with an Xbox. ferrosilicon, potassium nitrate and potassium With a passion for radio and a concern that superoxide. See details on these chemicals many of the voices in his community were not below. The other recently declared 21 containers being represented by other stations, Ozzie set hold cryolite (see details below)”. forth on his project to give people a voice. Thus one container’s whereabouts remains a It is hard to get a job in radio, most people work mystery and its specific cargo remain omitted for free and there are very few regional stations. from MNZ site. With no information cited He describes the station as a baby learning to either as to the whereabouts of the 5000 kg walk. of trichloroiscyanuric acid classed as “high aquatic eco-toxicity” listed or the 23,000 kg of Infinity began with only Ozzie, but had 50 staff alkysulphonic liquid “-class 8 Range (high–low) at one point and now has 27 interns including a of aquatic eco-toxicity” listed either. Perhaps the dedicated news crew which is attracting more nearly 30,000 kg of aquatically toxic material advertisers. are all stored in the one missing container not This is furthering Ozzie’s goal for ifinity to accounted for on the MNZ site. Basic math speak on issues that other stations tend to miss. shows us something is just not right here. The station has also secured the services of Meanwhile the content of the containers and two of New Zealand’s most popular Dub Step their whereabouts continues to add to the DJs Optimus Gryme and Organikismness who residents of Tauranga’s woes. produce shows on Friday nights, plus Best Amanda Ward notified DEADLINE how, on Selling author and independent newspaper October 11, 88 containers were washed into the proprietor Ben Vidgen (who recently joining sea in rough weather, with, as of last week, 58 forces with Oz to found the Southerns remaining unaccounted for. Independent Media Alliance) and will be cohosting every Sunday night a news show with The figures can no longer be found on theMNZ Ifinity kick arse news team. website. It has actually now been acknowledged that over 300 containers have now been lost with only 20% recovered. Or translated, 200 containers have simply vanished although ‘black box’ recorders of the MV Rena were sent to Australia well before Christmas. Yet the public still have had no notification as to the cause of the MV Rena demise other than the fact that at least one blogger was shut down preelection for his knowledge on the affair - after his primary claims where corroborated by The Dominion. Deliberate-course-sent-Rena-to-reef

THOUGHTS OF A RANDOM MAN! Greg ‘Ozzie’ Selman is the CEO & founder of Ifnity FM A quick introductory note when Oz first submitted this my first thought were to I should edit it and give it a bit of gloss but in the end I decided against this. . For as some one who is inflicted with dyslexic I have learned too often how we can to easily ignore the court jesters who lisp wisdom as with serial gullibility we fall for the eloquent lies of princes delivered to us in the highest of tongues. Yet real communication is not based on grammar alone but on the power of ideas that lie in the minds of us all.

Where to start?? My names Ozzie. You don’t As we discover, the ship was insured for no no me or have any relation to me, but today I less than 4 billion dollars but, because of NZ got asked to write. See, today I asked a question law, only a fraction of this may ever be paid, in my brain. I didn’t tell anyone what the as NZ law places maximum levels as to what question was or or what it was about, I didn’t compensation can be sought despite the ship have time because I looked up and there it was. being fully insured. The New Zealand Herald The answer to my question. It was the next reported, “Under the Maritime Transport Act, status update on face-book from someone else. the capped civil liability to the ship’s insurers is It solved what I was asking. It let me avoid estimated at $14 million by legal commentators. something at the same time. John Key yesterday said the clean-up so far had cost an estimated $12.1 million”. Sometimes life is a bit like that. You look up and bang its there in ya face but ya miss it. it just glides past without a thought and if our eyes id=1&objectid=10758930

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This February, OUSA present the biggest Orientation Week the country has ever seen, hosting top flight New Zealand music legends Shapeshifter, Shihad, David Dallas along with well known support acts such as Cairo Knife Fight, Home Brew and Sunshine Sound System.

“Simon Maclaren – former guitar-slinging front man with ’90s trash popsters Love’s Ugly Children, prime mover behind revered krautrock hypnotists The Subliminals and creator of melodic dream time entity Sleepers Union; Wildly popular music-comedy sensation The Wellington International Ukulele Orchestra are back on the road with their newest record, “I Love You…”, another serving of infectious, ukulele-infused hit songs. This tour sees the orchestra play new towns never before explored by the band, who look forward to bringing their charming swagger to new corners of New Zealand. Heavenly harmonies and stunning solos are juxtaposed against hilariously budget special effects, madcap antics and questionable banter, delighting crowds of all ages. Lead by Age Pryor (Fly My Pretties, Woolshed Sessions), the band formed six years ago at a tiny café in Wellington and have since become a cult favourite, causing a mad scramble for tickets wherever they go. WELLINGTON INTERNATIONAL UKULELE ORCHESTRA WHERE: Sammy’s Dunedin WHEN: Friday 9th March 2012 TIME: 9.00pm (doors open at 8pm)

Pour in a measure of Lucy Hunter – a member of the opposite sex and a member of Opposite Sex; Add a generous dollop of Jeff Harford – occupier of the drummer’s throne for a line of Dunedin outfits that goes as far back as Bored Games and takes in the likes of The Rip, My Deviant Daughter and Valve along the way. Polish off with a dash of Geordie Frame – formerly of the mysterious Metal Cactus and now mulch-instrumentalist extraordinaire


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A Little West Coast GEM Empire Under the Long White Cloud self published by author Gary Blair is quite frankly a bloody good yarn and Mr Blair should be very proud of himself. I have read it and a que has formed in household by other members also wanting to read it after watching the reactions of those who have. 8 years in the making, this is a fact based fictional novel. The book is written by Gary Blair, who was once a jockey in his youth, apprentice to the late Ray Harris from |Tuahiwi. Based in the mid 1850s, and the story follows a lads fight for survival in this the furthest outpost of the British Empire. And his experience on the Collingwood Goldfields, the history of the early mariners, the story of Te Rauparaha, and the slaughter of the tribes who lived in the far north of Te Wai Pounamu between 1827 -1831 and beyond. The book works on many levels as historic novel revealing the seedy history of NZ politics, gun runners, race relations and those with greed in their eyes.

of the 1800’s was. The books also works as parody on greed and what happens when loose sight of with real prize and you get the feeling and appreciate that the author is sharing his own insight of this philosophy via this most remarkable tale. Finally it is romance made all the more poignant by the integrity paid to the story conclusions. Emprie Under the Long Wite Clouds Is Not a sophisticated read but an honest one handled with care and love. If you enjoyed the simplicity but detail of Huckleberry fin you will certainly enjoy this tale for sure. fiction-literature/new-zealand/author-ac/ auction-430697801.htm

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For such laws will be executed as stand alone bills but works in their most draconian form when brought into force against a subject simultaneously. In this manner the Such a case includes the use media gags legislation not only takes away the right to subject to conditions of bail for perceived protest against the state, via legal non viobreeches of the crime act from evidence lent means, but it then takes away a citizens seized where subject continues to maintain right to literally feed & medicate themselves their right to silence. Or is deemed to by & their family’s (as they choose to see fit as authorities, who have placed subject to an responsible law abiding citizens who can be examination order or surveillance secured trusted to make as adults rational decisions under “declaratory orders” or are using untested or covert forms of surveillance. Such concerning their own personal welfare). As graduate of political science and history as the built gps locator which also provide who focused on the study of terrorism there audio based surveillance capacity are increasing found in many makes of new model are few times I have ever found that political violence can ever be condoned. cars now being imported to NZ, beginning with government purchased vehicles, The exception however is when a state make without the public being made aware their motor car can now be turned into a de-facto the mistake of giving no quarter .Of not just denying its citizens the right to lawfully prolistening bug. test but then deny those citizens the right to Other proposed censorship legislation is ex- seek address in cases where the states action pected to be raised by National in parliament can be proved not only to be prejudice and present an unfair bias but directly risk the this term. MP’s on both side of the fence need to think safety and well being of the citizens, their friends and family, which many increasingly long and hard about what the consequences feel the food bill does and similar proposed of this act will do in removing a citizens legislation does. right to air grievances & seek address though public forums. Thus providing the Bad legislation risks unleashing a ugly means to address issues concerning the response in a country which has had little breach to the social contract that exist behistory of genuine politically motivated tween state & its citizens as is the intended violence in over 150 years (minus the state model of genuine democracy. sponsored Rainbow Warrior Affair conducted by foreign government not domestic This author personally BEGS all MP’s to think and discuss amongst there family’s and activists). These laws are danger to political stability of NZ and to NZ democracy and colleagues what the consequences of such attack the very foundation upon which the legislation now mean not just to society as concept of democracy was borne. whole but personally to themselves their family’s and friends. Laws that irreversibly Not only in such circumstances do such laws changes the social fabric of NZ which kiwi are deeply proud of in most dangerous ways when put into legislation set the conditions for social violence to unfold but historically that force and provide protest to act with a where ever this has happened violence has negative reactions having being deprived, being inevitable. These laws in short make under such legislation, all other forms of redress unless exceptionally well resourced. in the context of NZ history, its long term history of political stability, no sense and do nothing but create a problem If MP personalty participate in stripping a society’s right to protest in a legal non vioWHERE THERE WAS NONE BEFORE! lent its means they are actively responsible for the gap that are now springing up in NZ between those who do have power and those who they would make powerless under such mean greens [est 1999] laws. Laws which ultimately do little to profresh adj. gathered daily to order tect the long term sovereign interest of NZ’s lettuce n. a plant with crisp leaves used as a salad own citizens against in contrast the legal and fiscal clout of multinational corporate who specialist growers of premium ultimately stand to have their commercial fresh mixed lettuce and salary greenery agendas only enhanced by such legislation. spray-free produce Especially when the combine power of such hornz gap accredited growers act is put in force. Big sticks dont create obedient dogs only ugly natured dogs more inquiries -susan or dave likely to bite back.

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NZ may as well hang a sign saying “Toxic waste pirates unwelcome”, because, whatever fee is imposed on those who dare transgress, it would be nothing compared to the profit to be made from their trade. Especially when insurance is included into the booty. No proof exists that this was the case in the Rena case but the fact remains the Mediterranean Shipping Company have a nasty history which extends to deliberate dumping of toxic waste and then lying about it afterwards. To recap from my DEADLINE first blog on the Rena ( MSC not only have a horrific history of not only shipping toxic waste but of deliberately spilling oil and waste. In Israel, MSC deliberately leaked oil, using a pipe fitted in the ship into the harbor.See -- Bunkerworld News - Latest News - Israeli court imposes country’s ‘highest ever fine’ for oil spill.

In England, MSC Carla spilt open, pouring radioactive barrels into the British Channel after the old ship, badly maintained, broke up.

Toxic waste was also found on the wreck of the MSC Napoli and along British beaches from yet another UK incident, the MSC NapoliDisaster: ‘Containers Washed Up’ In India, in 2010, MSC Chitra-MV Khadija Oil Spill caused millions in damage. headline/2010msc-chitra-mv-khadija-oil-spill-damageworth-rs-515-crore/ In the UK, tonnes of used syringes and condoms rejected from Brazil were sent back after containers under the guise of recyclable plastic on an MSC ship sent to Brazil were found to be actually illegal waste. MSC was later fined by government of Brazil for their role in illegal toxic waste dumping. While in the USA, MSC was to illustrate their

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sense of corporate responsibility by trying to cover up their role in toxic dumping , an action which resulted in MSC fined by Justice Department for Deliberate Criminal Action.

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MSC Ship Management would, in the end, plead guilty. But only because authorities gave them no other chance and were determined to make the maritime firm accountable. On 2 Nov 2010, The Maritime Union of Australia would raise serious concerns over the Flag of Convenience (FOC) shipping system, after another near disaster when the Liberian-flagged MSC Basel ran aground off Brisbane yesterday morning. The ship is also suspected of being involved in radioactive shipments and is licensed to ship major hazards class A.

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to have been inspected by US and Philippines authorities in relation to the shipment of radioactive material (nature unknown)? Are they aware of the shipping firm’s extensive reputation for shipping toxic waste illegally and not cooperating with either authorities or media?

Maritime NZ media spokesman, Sophie Hazlehurst, confirmed 32 container identified as hazardous, including the cryolite, but was unable to answer the vast majority of our inquiries, as she “did not want to prejudice As for the MV Rena and MSC New Zealand current investigations” which included the operations, the MSC Basel is a ship that, in ship’s and the company’s history and how fact, regularly visits Wellington and Lyttelton these were relevant to the accident. Ms and should also be more closely monitored by Hazlehurst was able to confirm that they environmentalist groups. identified the cryolite after media inquiries were made but the media queries were never As for the Rena, an excellent Radio Live followed up and were ,as she understands, in interview with a Bluff seaman, who had worked on the Rena, and knows both the Rena fact unrelated to MSC disclosure. When asked to clarify this against Maritime NZ’s own web and MSC’s shocking conditions, highlights site which states : “The contents of these 21 the firm’s reputation which extends to the containers were not declared as dangerous delightful nickname of More Shits Coming goods in the original manifest provided to that the firm is known worldwide by port workers. The comment section on this website MNZ and as required under the International may in fact be the origins of persistent rumour Maritime Dangerous Goods Code...The that the Rena is carrying yellow cake or other manifest records the product as ‘Cover Bath Material’ and ‘Pure Tapped Bath Material’. radioactive cargo. One comment on the site This is aluminum trisodium hexafluoride, a states, “I heard a caller on by-product of the aluminum smelting process Radio Live saying Rena had also known as cryolite. MSC identified 11 been intercepted by Russian containers of dangerous goods. MNZ was also and American Navy ships, provided with a copy of the manifest. looking for radioactive materials”. It is the responsibility of the shippers or freight forwarders to correctly identify and label goods. MNZ sought a thorough review Caller-to-James-Colemanworked-on-the-Rena-in-Bluff- of the manifest some weeks ago, following queries from media about material that could in-September/tabid/506/ articleID/23714/Default.aspx have come from an aluminum smelter.

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Since then DEADLINE has attempted to contact both Grant Dyson of Braemar Howells UK who are handling the Rena salvage operations and Dr Vim Nijhof, the manager of the National Radiation Laboratory, and Maritime NZ to ask the following questions: This outstanding exhibition is on for a limited time at Mountfort Gallerys spacious 170 square meter premises in the heart of QUEEENSTOWN. This represents a very rare opportunity to see the largest single body of work ever exhibited by Jonathan,it is the first major exhibition in over 10 years. You can expect to see some of the highest quality representaional work you have ever experienced. A truely remarkable display of recent works keenly sort out by collectors and enthusiasts of the New Zealand bush.

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Combined, their sound is a fresh, vibrant and obesely phat mash of Kiwi grooves, Pasifika beats, reggae chops, old-school British ska, hip-hop and electronica: impossible to define, wonderful to behold. Opening for legends such as the Wailers, and rubbing shoulders with Tiki Taane, Katchafire, and many, many others, the Rhythmonyx have firmly established themselves as a force to be reckoned with in the New Zealand Music scene, check out our Gig Guide on the Bandpage and experience the live energy for yourself!

However, the cryolite was not correctly labeled, and not recognized as a dangerous good. MNZ did not receive confirmation that the cryolite had not been mislabeled until 22 November nearly two months after the accident when MNZ had already contacted the firm and being told only container had hazardous goods. In other words, MSC only came clean once the presence of a dangerous cargo had already being identified. When asked in fact how it could be deemed that MNZ action were not related to the media query and therefore MSC action seen in light of coming clean only after being caught red handed lying to Maritime NZ, Ms Hazlehurst responded that she was unable to answer that as she “did not have the relevant information in front of her.” Ms Hazlehurst likewise was unable to confirm monitoring of the Rena was

taking pace but as to whether the ship was being monitored for other material including radioactive material she advised that we contact the firm in charge of the ships salvage operations (Fitza) and that Maritime New Zealand records of the current hazardous goods on board the MV Rena where largely “reliant on the information provided by the shipping company.” In other words, the public would just have to take the word of firm with a history of criminal action and fraud at their word when MNZ accepted the “strong assurance by MSC that there are no other potentially dangerous goods on board that have not been declared.” DEADLINE rang the number of the both the cargo and ship salvage operators respectively several times and, to date, none of their appointed media spokes people have picked up the phone to answer queries. We also contacted MSC NZ agents directly, seeking to submit questions to them, including their past history of being involved in shipping contraband through NZ, such as the discovery last year of MSC containers found to be carrying Chinese made armaments parts (the third such arms- related discovery in Dunedin since 2003 when both missile components and the radioactive by product tantalum were unearthed in containers at the Port of Otago. DEADLINE then contacted The National Radiation Laboratory manager, Wim Nijhofs, who was then asked to comment on above normal radiation levels taken by DEADLINE’S own source, taken form car windscreen in Dunedin “after some light rain this afternoon”, that returned “0.32 microSieverts per hour, mostly alpha and beta [gamma waves]”, leading our specialists to respond ,“It’s here.” Dr Wims responded, “That’s a very, very low reading, probably attributable to background radiation.” but then admitted, when we pointed out source was doctorate level physic student who specialized in radioactive health and safety, that he could not be sure and verification was difficult as the NRL was operating on a make- shift basis following the December Christchurch quake. Dr Wims concluded that, as far as he was aware, the NRL were not liaising with Maritime Services or the salvage teams and were not involved in monitoring or taking readings. Relevant to why NZ should be concerned by MSC presence in NZ and the exact content of the Rena is the article: ‘Why Is This Cargo Container Emitting So Much Radiation?’ which reads: “On July 13, 2010, MSC cargo container arrived in Genoa,

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Also, check us out ‘singing for our supper’ on the Cathedral steps in the sunny afternoon! Big, funky bottom-line grooves from the lithe and muscular rhythm section of Richard Hogan and Rhys White. Urgent, edgy Aotearoa raps and vocal stylings from Invercargill’s answer to Che Fu, Jono Leask. Insistent, chiming guitar chops from John Pfeifer. Fluid brass harmonies and stabbing punctuation from Rumi Koda and Nick Garraway. Dashes of electronica from soundman-MCP operator Tom Smythe.


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SOUNDSTAGE is a professional music and performing arts school located in Nelson. We offer tuition to people of all ages and abilities in Singing, Musical Theatre, Drama, Tap Dancing, Hip Hop Dancing, Guitar and Drums.

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SOUNDSTAGE is located on Rutherford Street in Nelsons artist hub, two doors down form the Theatre Royal. We offer students a professional atmosphere with modern facilities and tutors who are professionals in their chosen performance fields.

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Nelsons premier pool bar Baby G’s Lounge Cafe & Bar Nelson fringe venue catering to live entertainment, has a great range of kiwi beers, an extensive range of wines/spirits including specialty liqueurs like poppy liqueur, honey distilled bourbons & a locally produced version of the famous green fairy legendary absinthe often cited mutually in the same breath as the inspiration of both mad men & geniuses. A cornerstone of Nelson Nightlife since 1996, The Shark Club offers so much more than a conventional pool hall. Live entertainment, fantastic staff, great drinks, special deals, regular pool competitions, room to dance, are always on the table at the Shark Club. We cater for a diverse crowd - thats our strength and our motto. A safe & friendly place for backpackers to explore, an enticing and stimulating bar for travellers to experience, a place for locals to met a welcome respite for Nelson students. True Nelson Hospitality to enjoy on a regular basis 132-136 Bridge Street, Nelson City, NZ Ph: 546 6630

Hours 5pm to late Wed - Sat Baby G: Cabaret - Live Music - Great Cocktails - Good Times! Church St Nelson New Zealand (03) 545 8957

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Nelsons best kept secret is The Playhouse Cafe

a large stage for all of your entertainment needs. From Shakespearean theatre to world class music, The Playhouse will keep all of your senses stimulated.

The moment you pass through the archway of The Playhouse Cafe you realise that this place is magic. From the epic gardens to the artistically decorated restaurant the Playhouse is the hidden gem of the Tasman region.

The venue boosts bands, plays and burlesque shows most Friday and Saturday nights so keep an eye out on the website for exact details and transport options.

An ideal setting for a function or celebration of any kind, the restaurant can comfortable seat 100 patrons for your big event or provide a unique environment for an intimate gathering. The Playhouse has a fantastic indoor outdoor flow for those hot summer days or a cosy interior for a chilly winter evening. The restaurant also boasts

The Playhouse is always on the look out for talent from around the country. From theatre troops to 7 piece reggae bands, we would love to hear from you. Come and visit the Playhouse, a place that believes in good food, good entertainment and good times.

Upcoming Events Feb 4th: Boogie Train Blues BBQ, Dinner from 6pm , Show from 8pm. $10 Feb 5th: A Low Hum presents Dan Deacon and Golden Axe. Alt electronica. Music from 8pm. $15

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Feb 11th: Luminate presents WILD MARMALADE, Dij and drums, Dinner from 6pm, Show from 8pm, $15

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Feb 24th: The Busmans Handbag, Irish, Dinner from 6pm, Show from 8pm. $10.

For All Events & Costume Christmas, Birthdays, Haloween, Guy Fawkes, St Patrick, to be sure to be sure we got the garb for the occasion Also be sure to ask us about Just Parties is a new venue in nelson designed specifically for children, we have a decorative party room that can be transformed into settings such as an enchanted wood, a pirates treasure cove and a jungle safari with the help of props and decorations. Mon - Friday 9am - 5:00 pm Sat 10-2pm.

Feb 26th: Bryce Wastney, Acoustic goodness, Dinner from 6pm, Show from 730. $10 Hours vary, for details.

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Schnapp Dragon’s distinctly Golden Bay range now also includes 14 other lines of fruit liquers, honey and fruit wines and a range of citrus cellos, all from fruit harvested locally from organic orchards and citrus groves. Terry says the inspiration for his operation View from inside the SimPit cockpit - Story came from a trip around Europe. “Every opposite page village seemed not only to have a small distillery that processed excess fruit into wines, spirits and liqueurs, but its facilities


A New Zealand Wild Honey & Malt Whiskey. Smooth velvet taste that has just a hint of the ancient waters of life refined by alchemist & healers of long ago.

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The brain child of Tomas Zahradka who has a passion for “everything which can be flown - helicopters, airplanes, wingsuits, parachutes, kites - you name it”. Tomas worked in aviation industry for almost over 8 years as a skydiving instructor, wingsuit instructor and finally as a helicopter instructor until he started building the SimPit. Tomas interests in simulators began in 1991 playing the F117 stealth fighter and the “legendary Elite on good old ZX Spectrum. Tomas states “back then all games ran on the special and super powerful graphic chip called imagination - I used to sit in front of a small 14” Black and White TV till late at night imagining all the fantastic cockpits and scenery around myself - something that inspires me still...growing up I got hooked on science fiction and I’ve dreamt about owning one of the VFX1- the first virtual reality helmets, and living and working in cyber space. Later on I’ve become the proud owner of VR920 the grand, grand, grandchild of VFX 1. In 2009 I Tomas decided to change careers from skydiving instructor and became a helicopter pilot/instructor. “Naturally when I started learning to fly I started looking for something like that around for helicopter training - nothing.

So I started building a small SimPit myself to help myself through the training. Lack of funds and expensive hardware forced me to think about alternatives, and 3D technology came out as the cheapest and the best option” Since then Simpit wings have spread and currently only the sky is the limit.


‘HoloDeck’ - Full Flight Simulator

The SimPit also provide with an excellent aircraft and environment simulator in a 3D simulated environment allowing students and pilots to prepare for flight training, aircraft type ratings, flight missions and emergency procedures training. Studentsrequire less dual time in aircraft (with instructor on board) and thus saving significant amount of money on training. Over 100 Aircrafts are available to fly including Aviation Pioneers such as the Wright Brothers model. B, GA most typical Airplanes and Helicopters, Military Aircraft from Sukhoi SU-27 to Abacus Fighter Pilot 2 F-15C Eagle Military Transport (Air America queue A Team music here we come), Regional Jets and Rotorcraft such as night Hawk Apace and Huey gunship Single engine Twin Engine Digital CombatSimulation - Helicopter Digital Combat Simulation - Jets SimPit also host online and flying competitions at:

From Deco to Mid Century to Retro  New Stock From The USA You don’t want to miss out Open Mon – Fri 10am-5pm Sat 10.30am-4pm

The Mission Options: The SimPit offers an affordable, professionally crafted 3D multi aircraft simulator with pseudo holographic environment (just like the star trek HoloDeck) for entertainment and flight instruction. The unit provides a safe, very effective and entertaining learning environment for potential aviation students, students, commercial pilots and the general public. For general entertainment the SimPit offers variety of flight missions, local and online competitions, and users are able to join others online. You can fly anything from Pioneering aircraft up to most modern military jets currently in service, fly for fun or engage in search and rescue scenarios or full on combat missions


285” Rear projection Monster Display 270 degrees field of view Motion Feedback & Motion Cueing Real Flight Experience in Full Flight Simulator Instructors, Maps and Flight Plans available Over 100 Airplanes and Helicopters to choose from

40 Tahunannui Drive, Nelson 0800 444 779 or 03-546 5209

Always Buying & Sell Furniture Vintage Clothing Jewellery China Art Collectibles Record ect. We Buy & Sell Gold 254 Hardy St Nelson 70 NZ 03 5483940

Richmond Antiques & Curios

A fantastic antiques and collectables shop packed with great items from the 1800s through to the retro era. This is a must visit shop in the Nelson region. 

explore your potential in music or performing arts

Mon-Fri 10:00-5:30 Sat 10:00-4:30 2 Salisbury St Richmond NZ - Tel:  03 544 7675

Term 4 enrolling now! singing • drama • guitar • bass • drums tap dancing • musical theatre saturday beginner classes also available

Ph (03) 539 4498 •

Vintage Antiques and Collectables A hive of choice hidden treasures from the past waiting to be found including homeware, furniture, kitchenware, jewellery, trinkets, pottery, porcelain, glassware, furs, toys, and clothing. Specialty: Nostalgia Retro Collectables & Steampunk Curios & Antiques 50 Vanguard St Nelson   New Zealand Ph:03 548 7060 Mobile: 021 101 0378

Frames, Art, Conservation items & memorabilia. In fact we just about frame anything from including doing hangings lighting & framing for Cafe and other business wishing to exhibit art and or photoraghy. Mon-Fri 9am -5pm, Sat 9am 12 ish 71 Queens Street Blenheim 021 135 3570.

Victory Garden Café Quaint kiwi cafe in Victory Square Nelson. Serving food made from scratch by owner Andrea. kiwi food for kiwis with a few twists. Great coffee by Divine a local roaster. Retro kiwiana decor. Breakfast –Brunch – Pizza – Sandwiches- Vegetaria 43 Toi Toi St Victory Nelson NZ PH (03) 354 80965

The Nelson Market : Montgomery Square, in the Heart of Nelson City, Every Saturday 8am - 1pm

14 rooms available - Wi-Fi is available in every room Communal kitchen - Complimentary breakfast Local information and tour bookings. BBH members $3 discount

For the last six years, Terry Knight and Rachel Raine of Schnapp Dragon Distillery in Takaka have been using the simple ingredients of malted barley, yeast and Te Waikoropupu aquifer water that’s been underground 10 years to make their distinctive Waitui single malt. Peated in the distilling process with Chatham Island peat, it is then subtly infused with a hint of manuka honey to give its rich aroma and flavour. Only small batches of the 37 percent spirit is produced, which is then stored for four years in oak barrels before hand bottling. Explains Terry; “Although a lot of distilleries don’t allude to it, honey has been long been used for sweetening up whiskey. The delicate oak gives the whiskey its ‘weight’ but the manuka honey definitely delivers an almost toffee taste that’s in perfect balance with the malt. It takes away the ‘garish’ taste that whiskey definitely presents for some.”

were often used as a processing centre by the wider community for turning their excess crops into food products. This business model could work well for many NZ towns.”

Explore Experience Discover

Welcome to our Internet Cafe/ Backpackers/Hostel in the centre of Nelson town.

Highest speed internet in Nelson, just a step off the street you can email/Skype home, have a fairtrade organic coffee all while you surf, and enjoy the buzz of the city as it hums by. Aurora also provides the following services: Black/white printing, photocopying and faxing Outlet for mobile phone credit, national and international calling cards Hosts a variety of snacks, hot and cold drinks and tabacco. Discounted coffee for internet users Guests staying at the Aurora Backpackers pay half price for internet. Phone 03 929 5553 Email per person per night 63 Trafalgar St Nelson

distilleries use distinctive spring waters and influence their typically grain neutral spirit with subtle yet salivating blends that appeal directly to a whole new, generally younger and more experimental generation of whiskey drinkers.

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5 Church Street NELSON

EVERYTHING UNDER THE SUN! Atlantis Backpacker & Motels is your absolute best choice for accommodation in Picton, NZ. We are only a 1 minute walk from the foreshore and a 2 minute walk from the ferry/ bus/train terminal!

The Nelson Market focuses on quality, and has become a showcase of Nelson’s innovative character, creativity and the delicious produce of the region. Along with the rich sights and buying opportunities, the Nelson Market is a popular meeting place where friends, family and visitors, can catchup over a coffee, breakfast, brunch or lunch, in a cafe style environment as they restock the travelling hampers or home larders from favourite stalls to find that special gift or memento. So browse designer fashion, jewellery - sculptures, pottery & woven creations and variety of other arts & crafts made in many cases by award winning artists or artistsans. Savour delicious; cakes, pastries, breads, cheeses, jams, mustards, gourmet pies, dips, seafood, savour fresh & organic produce and other locally produced cuisine.

Free Breakfast • Free Tea, Coffee, Herbs & Spices Free Spa Pool • Real Beds - No Bunks Bedding & Duvets Included From $22 per night Call 03 548 46 91

For Site Bookings and Enquiries Phone 03 546 6454 PO Box 664 Nelson Book Now at: 0800 4 A DORM (0800 4 2 3676)

k for treasures amongst bric-a-brac, e you can fossic 1pm, wher m a 8 t e k enjoy the food, coffee and refreshments. Don’t forget our Monty’s Sunday Mar y stalls and t e i r a v r e recycled clothing, garage sales, imported, oth

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Open Hours

33 Wellington Street Picton tel | 0064 3 5735573 fax | 0064 3 5737267 e-mail | alternatively use our secure online booking system to secure your reservation

Mon Thurs 7.30am - 4.00pm Friday 7.30am - 10.00pm Sat 8.00am - tenish Sun 10.00am - 2.00pm Breakfast Menu Available

Phone: 03 539 4793 Mobile: 021 452 972

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UPSTAIRS BAR , always a fun night to be had, happy hour 9pm till 10pm daily, pizza and bar menu available, plus bar snacks 10pm- and dont forget the free pool : Franz Joseph Main Highway (03) 752 0707


Restaurant DOWNSTAIRS, is dedicated to providing the best NZ Wine & Food with emphasis on local produce and local fare in an elegant fine dining environment Lunch 12-3 Dinner 6pm -11pm 7 Days Franz Joseph Main Highway (03) 752 0707

FAT PIPI PIZZA “The Best Pizzas in NZ A must do in Hokitika” - Lonely Planet

Best wishes for 2012 to all members from the W.C.S.A. Committee and the Gallery crew. A big welcome to our new PATRON Alun Bollinger. We welcome you to the societyAlun and look forward to talking with you and your family at our exhibition openings A big THANK YOU to our fabulous capable team of volunteers who have kept the doors open over this holiday period. Another special thanks to the many people, businesses and organisations who supported us in many ways - financially, by sponsorship of exhibitions,goods and services discounted or given, plus practical advice and encouragement. We say farewell to staff member Karen Mercer and wish her well in her next endeavours. Farewell and happy sailing to Jill Richards, volunteer and fibre artist.A welcome back from her travels in Italy to artistSherylBrooker. SUBS are due. Details are on our website. Membership forms are on line along with our bank details. CALENDER 2012 *SUMMER MEMBERS SHOW plus PETITE ART on until the 25th of Jan *PRINTS FROM THE NORTH OF THE SOUTH “Sketch Scratch and Stitch”VAULT - “Petite Art”continued27th Jan to 21st Feb *4 artists at the Left Bank.Rory McDougal Sculptor, Pete Howard Painter in the main gallery. VAULT - Vanessa Cruse and Tim Reid24th Feb to the 20th March….Opening Fri 24th Feb 7pm *Dunedin Painter Jessica Crothall. VAULT - Lance Kerr 23rd March until 2nd May *FIBRE…4TH May to the 12th June (see attached notes calling for expressions of interest) ……opening Fri4th May 7pm *Photography Competition. Electronet and Others 15th June until 11 July Details on website….Opening 15th June 7pm *CANVAS PROJECT MAJOR FUND RAISING EVENT FOR THE GALLERY Viewing from 13TH JULY with Auction Party Music, Draw and FUN NIGHT OUT on SAT28th July 7pm

Monday - Friday 6.30am - 2.30am Takeout | Breakfast | Lunch | Dinner | Coffee Phone 03 755 6263 83A Revell Street Hokitika, NZ

*YOUTH ART. “Work in progress - watch this space”(practicalworkshops, talks, visiting artists,music poetry song writing and more)3rdAug - 19thSept . More information will be online soon. Mark these dates on your calendar. Seeyou


Kotuku Gallery winner of the American Express Contemporary Maori Art are proud to announce master carver Bevan Climo, Hokitika, as one of the carvers whose greenstone art can be seen on display at Kotuku Gallery Whatora home of the white heron the symbol of immortal life divine inspiration. Climo states “Being one of the “True Kaitiaki” (Natural gaurdians)of pounamu i have always been round pounamu my entire life. Though i did’nt start carving till later it always was a fascination. I loved looking at the pieces in Museums that my Tipuna (ancestors) had done, mostly simple forms all done by hand. With tools of today makes just about anything possible, the only limits being the brain. I mess around with other arts as well having my own band, a 3 piece, we play all sorts of events playing what we call “Twisted Bluegrass” . With carving , i love the fact that whatever is made from Jade is around “forever” as this stuff don’t rot in time. I get my inspirations from my “Tipuna” and good ole “Mother Nature” which in turn brings the “Art from the Heart”, Here are some of his previous works for more amazing examples come and see us at our magical gallery in Whatoroa.

has advanced the boundaries of Jade and the sculptor’s ability to take Jade to another level of art. The unique works of internationally renowned Ian Boustridge are complemented by works in gold and the works of other designers from throughout New Zealand, working in a range of materials. The Jade Boulder Gallery Discovery Walkway is a “please touch” exhibition giving visitors a deeper understanding and appreciation of the origins and discovery of Jade. This fascinating display is as close as most come to seeing the stone in its natural environment. The Jade Country complex provides excellent facilities including the newly refurbished Jade Boulder Café providing excellent Wild Food fare and the Jade Trail - a museum quality attraction providing a unique insight into the world of Jade - fully guided tours a must.

Address:1 Guinness St, Greymouth Phone: (03) 768 0700 Freephone: 0800 523 326 (NZ only) HONEY JUNCTION From Hokitika to Kumara Junction (20kms) the road is interesting and easy traveling passing through coastal farmlands and historical places. At Kumara Junction we follow SH6 north to Greymouth as we cross the Greymouth, Hokitika rail line. This is well sign posted. An interesting stop is the HoneyPot Cafe at Kumara Junction, here you can Taste the Honey or purchase a memento from a range of local artisians and try their wild


For her choice of beans she has opted for Strictly Coffee a brand known and rated very highly amongst Otago coffee fanatics for specialising in high grade coffee blends that use the best quality beans available that come with a Organic Fair-trade classification. Jacquie has just returned from Melbourne on raiding mission returning with quality up-cycled and ore-loved “after dark” brand labels and accessories which also supplement the cafe aspect of Tectonics. In time if all goes well Tectonics is considering looking toward promoting and sales of NZ original designs to Melbourne and hope to work with NZ labels using top tier materials such as possum, merino & hemp and is keen to hear from any designers working with these materials.

MUSIC WEST COAST Mundi Flute Saxaphone

Wed 1 Feb - Reefton Worksmen Club Thurs 2 Feb - Donvan Store Franz Josef

Batucada Sound Machine Album Release - Don’t Keep Silent Sat 25 Feb - Regent Theatre Hokitika

The Jade Country Greenstone Experience is New Zealand’s premier Jade Gallery and studio situated in the town centre of Greymouth. The Gallery is a showcase for high quality, individually designed jade sculptures and jewellery. The application of highly sophisticated diamond technology

CHUTNEY & CHARM Love your coffee love your glam rags then STOP NOW PAY ATTENTION! Jacquie Povey is well known to Dunedin coffee fiends as founder of Sopranos

Valie Hardware WestPort NZ Vaile Hardware the closest one comes to an antiques & collectables shop in Westport. Not much hardware but treasure trove of secondhand & lots of collectables. Our antiques include ( but not limited to) china, ceramics, pottery, kiwiana, kitchenware, metal-ware, glass, furniture, and general bric-a-brac.

Kotuku Gallery

Fri 17 Feb - Franks Greymouth (Alt Indie)

Wellington International Ukulele Orchestra I Love You Tour Sun 4 Mar - Regent Theatre (Pop) see page 4 for full write up.

18 rooms available in the centre of Hokitika - at great rates! Phone: (03) 755 6154 2 Weld Street, PO Box 35, Hokitika, New Zealand

Atarmies Fri 10 Feb - Stumpers for full description go to www. postmanproductions events. Arafat Sat 10 Mar - Stumpers

Railway Hotel-Motel Hokitika

EVENTS WEST COAST Sat 4 Feb - Gold Nugget Motor X Waipuna Station,Reefton Sat 4 Feb - Inangahua A&P Show Reefton Race course Fri 17 Feb - Hokitika Contra Weekend Sea-view Lodge move to the Latin sound Sat 18 Feb - Reefton Rodeo Sat 25 Feb - Money 2 tight 2 Mention Comedy Tour @ NBS Theater Westport Sat 3 Mar - Gypsy Fair Original Grey Mouth Race Course Mon 5 Mar - SEWN – Longboarding Surfing Documentary NBS Theater Westport The Bitches’ Box and Mel Parson @Whare Tangaroa, Westport Sat 10 Mar - An unmissable night of Music, Theatre and Comedy. Wild Food Festival Cass Square, Hokitika Sat 10 Mar - Wild Food Wild Entertainment front page for full write up. Sat 31 Mar - Quartzopolis challenge

‘Live Music & Accommodation’ Cnr Weld & Sewell Streets Hokitika West Coast, New Zealand

The Jade Boulder Gallery Discovery Walkway a "please touch" exhibition. Pounamu art & jewellery • Organic Coffee White Bait • Wild Food Menu The Jade Country Greenstone showcasing works of internationally renown Ian Boustridge complemented by works in gold and the works of other designers from throughout NZ working in a range of materials. Jade Boulder Gallery includes the refurbished Jade Boulder Café providing wild food fare & Organic coffee.

1 Guinness St, Greymouth 64 3 768 0700 Freephone: 0800 523 326 (NZ only) Fax: +64 3 768 0715

Ph: +64 3 755 8116 Fax: +64 3 755 8052


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Taste the Honey or purchase a memento from a range of local artisians and try the food at our great cafe with a focus on local produce and freshly grown food. The Junction Honey Cafe SH 6, Kumara Junction Greymouth Phone: +64 (3) 736 9333. Fax: +64 (3) 736 9335. Email:


110 Mawhera Quay. Famous hub of alternative life on the coast - we’ll be setting a FB site soon - links to the more obscure or underground dance parties that pop up on the coast (which tend to be advertised by jungle mail as opposed to gmail). Totally Awesome food - superb coffee. Open 7 days 8am-4pm 03 768 4005

Royal Hotel Also where you can get hold of copies of Empire Under the Long White Cloud and met the author Gary Blair. Empire Under the Long White cloud is the fascinating fictional story of early pioneer life in NZ, gun running, gold and gumption based on historical facts which took eight year to research and write. Also available on Trade Me for $29.95.


Shenandoah Davis (US)

The Junction Honey Cafe



Be sure to ask about gold panning room a work in progress while we also hire out gold panning equipment and give you some useful tips

Wood Bone Pounamu Carvings by Lou Kereama Armstrong. Best Maori Contempoary Arts: American Express Art Awards 2011

before moving to the coast has added an extension to Hokitika Tectonic Jade (the brain child of ‘Jade’ tracker Rex Scott) with an intimate space added to Tectonic existing premises dedicated to Jacquie’s passion for food coffee and fashion. Jacquie food is an infusion of Kiwi/Mediterranean that taps into Jacquie’s Greek roots, using fresh local West Coast ‘wild food’ ingredients.

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128 Mawhera Quay Greymouth (03) 768 4022 Orignally The Wharfe Hotel has undergone extensive renovations restoring it back to its former glory & themeing it as English style pub. In house cafe built with a huge deck where patrons sit have coffees, or a beer, wine, snack, meal. A number of accommodation options. Live Music - on occasions.

Fox Glacier West Coast NZ Phone: 03 751 0700

The West Coast Society of Arts is a regional arts society based in Greymouth on the West Coast of New Zealand’s South Island. Many of the society’s members are active practicing artists with painters, potters, sculptors, photographers, weavers, mixed media, carvers and many more among its membership. The Society is dedicated to the overall development of the ARTS on the West Coast by supporting artists in providing a venue to display or perform their art, by providing a means to connect artists with customers and by providing opportunities for artists to improve their skills.      

Mountain Jade Back Packers

Main Road, Whatoroa New Zealand Ph 03 753 4249

Vaile Hardware is located on Westport’s main street, Plamerston Street, near the corner of Henley Street. The huge Holcim Cement Plant looms behind the shop 94 Palmerston Street Westport NZ Ph: (03) 789 8501

41 Weld Street, Hokitika, NZ Tel: +64 3 755 5185 Email: We offer a range of accomodation - our staff can help you with travel bookings and information on activities on the West Coast. The town centre and beach minutes away Hokitika home to the Wild Foods Festival book now for your accomodation over this weekend on 10th March 2012.

1 Tainui Street Greymouth. Phone 03 768 0038 Open: Mon to Fri 11am - 4pm Sat - Sun: 11am - 2pm Email:

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Cheap office start up or artists studio. Split into two large rooms and one smaller one plus kitchen an shares toilet facilities. Plenty of power outlets and internet access. 210m2.

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“I’ve been paying a fortune for skin care and your creams are better. You should put your prices up.” This is a comment Penelope Sell has We have heaps of things going on with bars, band Another gold medal winner at this year’s Air often heard since opening her pure plant based venues, dance parties, retail outlets…. New Zealand Wine Awards, this Central Otago skincare and soap shop in Dunedin called REAL Pinot Noir is a clear stand out. Juicy fruit flavours SKIN. That’s were I came into contact with everyone couple with spicy aromas and a long finish. full time and in 2004 I launched my label A desire to have and provide genuine, all FREAKWARE to the public at a deco pub natural skincare, soap and shampoo that was Judge Rock Central Otago Pinot Noir 2007 situated at a main intersection of down town affordable and actually improved people’s skin, Wellington. I was fortunate enough to snag Yvonne Lorkin (wine taster) “This tiny wee pinot inspired Penelope Sell to create her popular the national news for the launch “as they were producer barely features on the national radar, but body, bath and healing range made on site in her covering WELLINGTON FASHION WEEK I’m hoping that’ll change because man, can they Dunedin shop. “I love working with plant oils and obtained a fantastic opportunity to show make the good stuff. Earthy spices, sandalwood and essential oils for their healing and rejuvenathe underground on prime time, something they and forest-floor notes hit the nose and a seam tion properties. I was tired of all the false claims don’t show”. Since then I have developed my of savoury, mushroom cuts through the cherry of being natural and particularly tired of all the initial stage ideas into live fashion events that and dried herb flavours on the way to a smooth, plastic packaging which actually leaches nasty have numbered 43 since September 2004. “That’s slippery, persistent finish. Perfect with chargrilled chemicals into the product, as well as being not including the numerous t.v. and newspaper venison rubbed with cocoa.” bad for the environment. I use glass packaging profiles as well as the mags from u.s., japan and which can be re-filled in the shop or recycled by Tasting notes aussie, then of course our photoshoots that are me on site.” many.” Dark cherry, chocolate and spice introduce the Exorbitant prices that went along with the aromatic sensation. 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It page 8, our Classically Wellington section pies. makes for a much more gentle product safe for “It is said that pies are a simple food, but take it babies and those with sensitive skin. from us there is nothing simple about a Who ate “I didn’t know how good these products would all the Pies, pie. Our mighty pies have a tale that be,” she says. “My skin and hair has definitely improved since I’ve developed these products. gives our pies history and culture. We’ve taken My customers are hugely supportive and tell centuries old English recipes on a 19000km journey crossing vast oceans to Dunedin, NZ to their friends about the products. They come back with compliments which is a great encourbe perfected and baked by Kiwi’s. agement.” The finest cuts of locally farmed meats and Wild So don’t miss out. Next time you need a shamGame to make a “Proper Pie” for you to enjoy poo, moisturiser, eye cream, healing product or and share with friends or family. Get one today delicious essential oil bathing treat head into Pinot Noir 2007 Elite from all good stockists and retailers or ocme on REAL SKIN. 67 Princes St. (opposite the Savoy, down to the Otago Farmers markets by railway between Octagon and Moray Place). on Saturdays Open Tuesday to Friday 10.30 – 5, and Saturday 11-2. Closed Sunday and Monday. and get one in yah. IN THE CAPITAL OF NEW ZEALAND….

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Developed in Port Chalmers, NZ.Possum fur was chosen because it is simply the best material available for the purpose. The only other fur with this characteristic is the polar bear. As you would expect this gives possum fur outstanding thermal qualities. It feels like it radiates heat. As an introduced and unwanted species in NZ, the possum is responsible for endangering native flora and fauna, the use of the fur is therefore a positive ecological action, contributing to the ongoing survival of birds such as the kiwi.

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Koau Flowers Market Days Wed (Sth Dunedin) Sat (Railways Station Dunedin)

Fresh Salad Sprouts $1.50 mixed varietys Flowers, lily and tulip bulbs when in season Texel lamb, barbecued lamb kebab $3.00

Phone 03 412 8130 Mobile 021 151 1801 Beth & Peter Linklater Paretai 1 RD Balclutha

Elegant Sensuous Intimate Pinot Noir and Rosé from Judge Rock. Dunedin Farmers Market Every Saturday 7.00am- 12.15pm

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The Art of Qi Sunny Chen gives an insight into the art of Hang Sang How do illnesses and suffering come about? How should we deal with them? On the broader level, illness is brought about by genetic influences from the past and everything in our consciousness and behaviour that precludes health, eg; unhealthy emotions and unhealthy life habits. More specifically, all conditions can be attributed to disorders of Qi - Qi deficiency, Qi blockage, poor quality of Qi, or a combination of all these. By replenishing or unblocking Qi, or by improving the quality of Qi, the source of the disease is addressed and the illness will be diminished or eradicated.

Sonny Chin When the three elements work together, nourish each other, transform each other, and influence each other. For example, Shen is the master of Qi, and Qi will influence Jing. Sonny is a master of the Hang Sun Technique which using the Jing qi and Shen aims to combine the mind, the body and the spirit to function as one (the state of alert relaxation). Controlling the breath with our pure consciousness regulates the internal energy and attunes the body to become more receptive for self healing. The mind and body’s energy centres stabilise and harmonise for daily activities - to enjoy life.

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Choosing a Tuxedo or Suit for Your Wedding Day Proper fit is the key when it comes to dressing the men in the wedding party. To determine the fit, try on the suit or tuxedo, including the correct shirt and shoes. Place your arms at your sides, fingers extended. The hem of the jacket should be no longer than your middle finger. The sleeve should grace the top of your hand, and your shirt cuff should peek out from the jacket sleeve no more than half an inch. Your trousers should skim the heel of your shoe in back and break slightly over the tops of your shoes in front. Because the extra buttons on a double-breasted jacket draw the eye toward your midsection, that style looks best on someone who’s tall and slender. To create a more debonair silhouette, consider having some extra padding put in the shoulders and the waist taken in a bit.

What’s your style?

Although you work effectively on illness alone, the emphasis of Qi is more on “treating the whole person” since suffering, including illness, occurs when there are problems in life. Most of us experience ignorance, attachment, confusion and other problems which need to be addressed if long-term healing and improvement of life are to be brought about.

Whether you go for a traditional or trendy look, you need to understand the elements of style at your disposal and how to carry them off.

• Cutaway or morning coat: In its

traditional design, this coat is for the most formal morning weddings. Coats are black or gray with a single button at the waist and one broad tail at back. You wear this style of coat with a winged-collared dress shirt, ascot, and striped trousers.

The Principals are; Jing - the physical body and all the physical structure of the body.

• Dinner jacket: In classic white or ivory or a subtle pattern of the same, with peaked lapels or shawl collar. Works well in summer months or in warm climates, in the afternoon or evening, and is considered an appropriate substitute for a standard tuxedo. Great for a casual wedding or a rehearsal dinner .Available for purchase or rent at a formalwear shop.

Qi - life force, vital force. Shen - the consciousness, the spirit, the true self and the soul.

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• Stroller coat: Variation of the morning coat, usually hip length. Looks good with fancy waistcoats. • Tails: A jacket that’s short in front with two longer tails hanging in back. Worn with braces (suspenders) and a white pique shirt, vest, and bow tie (as in “white tie and tails”). Very formal. • Traditional tuxedo or black tie: Usually worn after 6 p.m., but can appear at a formal daytime wedding anytime after noon. A black or gray jacket with a single button is the most classic. Has shawl, peak, or notched lapels.

• Updated black tie: The evening suit is a newer variation on the classic tux with the satin or grosgrain trim on the lapel and pants legs, albeit subtly. These tuxes are worn with a black shirt and a regular tie in lieu of a bow tie, and often with a belt rather than suspenders.

Antique furnishings combined with the amenities discerning travellers demand; contribute to the unique graciousness and ambience. Food and wine are integral to the Lodge experience with evening table d’hôte fine dining a highlight. Informally elegant and relaxing with personalised unobtrusive service – Pen-y-bryn is the perfect place to indulge, relax and unwind.

Finding the right suit, tuxedo, and accessories can take as much time as locating the perfect wedding gown. If you’re getting married in a popular wedding month and are planning to rent for yourself and/or the ushers, reserve the tuxedos as soon as possible so that you don’t wind up with the dregs. Because you’ll be on your honeymoon, have the best man return rented outfits the first working day after the wedding.

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To mark their 1/4 century of existence, Big Wheelie who played at most road house in the West Coast and beyond is kick starting their engines once more with a new tour season gigs having begun last Janaury in Westport and set to play at the Raiway Hotel in Hokitika on the weekend of March 10-11, to to coincde with

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• The gorgeous dark suit: For a dressy but not formal wedding or for the groom who absolutely won’t wear a tuxedo. Choose charcoal, black, or navy and a solid-color or subtly patterned tie to dress it up.

Big Wheelie sates “We’re not the Rolling Stones but we do have a good core of followers who have supported us for a number of years band member Kyle Scott said.“We’ve had a few personnel changes over the years”

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Eastern Southland Gallery Nicknamed the ‘Goreggenheim’ by Saatchi & Saatchi boss Kevin Roberts, the Eastern Southland Gallery is a regional public art museum, situated in the Arts and Heritage Precinct of Gore’s CBD. Established in a former Carnegie Library building, it features permanent exhibitions of national and international note, as well as an annual programme of exhibitions, performances, workshops and artist projects. The John Money Collection, gifted to the Gallery in 2003, features a large body of New Zealand, Australian, African and American works of art, amassed over 50 years, by Baltimore based expatriate New Zealand academic Dr John Money. Key items include paintings by Rita Angus and Theo Schoon (New Zealand), Lowell Nesbitt (USA), Bambarra, Dogon and Baga carvings from West Africa, and paintings and carvings from Elcho Island (Australia). The Ralph Hotere Gallery contains graphic works and paintings by major New Zealand contemporary artist Ralph Hotere. With one of the largest Hotere collections in the country, the Gallery offers a programme of rotational exhibitions. The Gallery is also responsible for the development and care of the district art collections and holds over 250 works of art in three collections that focus on early New Zealand, Southland and contemporary New Zealand artists. Two temporary exhibition spaces present a vibrant annual programme of temporary exhibitions by national and international artists, touring exhibitions and specially commissioned presentations. The Gallery also runs artist-in-residence programmes, workshops and a calendar of concerts

and performances involving national and international musicians.

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THOUGHTS OF A RANDOM MAN cont. from pg 3

where really open, ya could spot it in your day. Its like when you think something, it happens without even saying anything. The other day we got given two computers with out screens and I thought: we need to screens. 15 minutes later, two separate people walk through our door with a screen each and here is me thinking I just thought of those screens we needed and here they are in front of me. Once upon a time I didn’t understand thought. sometimes I still don’t but when my eyes opened up and the walls came crashing down. the whole world changed around me. If I was happy, everyone was happy. If I was sad, everyone was sad. its like I’m in the movie The

Matrix and I can adjust my thoughts to work the surroundings and take a thought from my head and make it real. I challenge you to try it. Sit an old computer in the corner. Make sure its broken, maybe a ibm 386. acknowledge its there every time you walk past it so when you look back you’ll find the new one is right in front of you. So every edition now, will write about my thoughts. I will let you in on them and hopefully they take us somewhere together. Just maybe we can open some eyes together


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Italy. It had torrents of radiation coming out of it. No one knew what was inside, and no one knew what to do next and here’s the crazy thing -millions like this toxic payload pass thru Italy every year in trade worth billions”.

New Zealanders need to be asking these questions over and over - over and over again and keep asking tell we get actual answers because we’re not getting them now - that’s for certain.

Unlike Italy NZ does not have, as John Key the Prime Minister of NZ admitted, the equipment to make such detection possible so we have no idea what comes in and out of our ports. Or what might be on any given ship in NZ waters including the sinking MV Rena.

DEALDINE advises members of the public who remain worried as to the precise cargo and dangers the Rena may pose to contact MP Nick Smith, Minister for the Environment.

And, as we know, radioactive waste is shipped through NZ all the time. We know the RENA carried toxic materials – but as to what exactly we now have to rely on a company with a history of dishonest behavior andapparently little effort by the authorities to monitor the ship forsign of any other hazardous goods.

Email: and express their concerns and then forward Dr Smith’s response back to DEALDINE or other media outlets. Phone: (04)817 6805 (Parliament) Phone: (03)5472314 (Electorate Hon Dr Nick Smith | MP for Nelson Sadly, the MSC is not the only dodgy maritime



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Ph: 03 466 4370 email courses operator at sea in our parts, as we see when we look into the history of the MV Tycoon which is currently spilling oil into sea off Christmas Island. And like the Rena, took place as consequence of crew undertaking actions which seemed odd in terms of the obvious obstacles present and the expected course of action. Cargo and the missing container carrying by MNZ more than 30,000kg of toxic material aside, the Rena wreck, if nothing else has shown NZ there are gaping holes in the security of our ports and public safety, via the issue of what is exactly passing through our waters. It also exposes major issues on how can NZ even think of further oil exploration. Not at least until we have shored up our ability to react to such an incident and have better understanding of the chemicals used both to disperse and conduct oil exploration which the likes of Dr Nick Smith are clearly in denial of.

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