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Phillip Rollo A Nelson music festival is having huge spinoffs for the local economy, with millions of dollars coming from out-of-town concert goers. In 2009, the Adam Chamber Music Festival generated a net spend of $1.5 million, according to a Nelson Regional Economic Development Agency report, and this year’s festival is expected to be even bigger, with audience sizes thirty percent larger, says festival manager Roger Lloyd. The Adam Chamber music festival is a bi-annual festival featuring 30 concerts in some of the region’s most intimate venues. People come from all over the globe ...last time we had to attend the festival with specta- one sold out concert tors coming as far in the cathedral, this as Denmark for time we had four. the 11th year of the concert. Roger – Roger Lloyd. says the attraction of coming to Nelson in the height of summer, in addition to the music, is a huge draw-card for overseas tourists and it was a big difference in this years crowd-figures. “The most notable difference is last time we had one sold out concert in the cathedral, this time we had four sold out concerts in the cathedral,” says Roger. The EDA is conducting a survey for a repeat report this year and Roger expects those figures to be “better than last time.” Local restaurants saw numbers peak to Christmas figures during the festival. While boutique stores echoed increased sales.

Bride again ‘TIS THE SEASON: Nelson bride Michelle Harwood trying her dress on after getting married last August. Michelle is entering the Bride of the Year competition this year. Photo: Andrew Board. The greatest day of your life can be an expensive exercise, especially when that several thousand dollar dress doesn’t get worn again. But dozens of new brides are refusing to allow their wedding dress to spend decades hanging in a dark closet and restoring them to their full glory for the Bride of the Year awards. In the middle of wedding season Michelle Harwood, of Stoke, says she is itching to get back in her dress and is “definitely” entering into the competition this June.

“You spend a lot of money on a dress that you are only going to wear once so when I heard about the competition I was keen straight away,” she says. The Bride of the Year competition is hosted by a volunteer committee, with all proceeds from the show donated to Nelson Hospice. Organiser Heather Harley says the competition took a year off in 2010 as it did not want to put too much pressure on its sponsors in a tough financial year. “The Bride of the Year is back again, I’ve had brides asking me if it was

and yes it definitely is,” says Heather. The popular event will be held on 11 June, at the Hope Community Church and is open to all brides who were married in Nelson during the last two years. “The recent brides love getting into their dress again and people love seeing it. It is a great event,” she says. In 2009 the event raised $25,000 for the Nelson Region Hospice, which is funded solely by sponsorship and support from the community. Any enquires about entering can be directed to Heather on 545 1644.

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Victory School students have been given the rare opportunity to speak live with astronauts at the International Space Station. Using amateur radio, 20 students will put pre-prepared questions to astronauts next Friday, an honour bestowed on few schools. Victory Primary School successfully applied through the Amateur Radio on the International Space Station programme to schedule contact with the inorbit crew. School Board of Trustees chair, Helen Watson says it is a very exciting opportunity for the students. The space station travels at 27,000kph and orbits the earth sixteen times in a 24-hour period, so the maximum time it will be in range of Nelson is 10 minutes. Among the questions

students have prepared are: Can you look out the window right now and see our school? Do you have telescopes? Is space cold? How do you clean yourself? Can plants grow in space? Victory School volunteer Scott Smithline, who instigated the project, says the contact is scheduled for late morning on Friday 25 February, at the school hall. However, Scott says a variety of events may alter or postpone it. The whole school will be in attendance, plus invited guests. Scott says this is the final mission for Discovery, as NASA begins shifting resources toward the Moon and Mars. “If one child is inspired by a few minutes of dialogue with an astronaut, this READY FOR OUTER SPACE: Victory School students that will have whole exercise will have been a their questions answered by astronauts from left; Poppy Bowler, 5, brilliant success.” Biak Tha, 11, Phoebe Moss, 10, and Ngun Tin Tial.

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Fifty years of memories for one family Fifty years, three generations, one school. Nayland Primary School has played a big role in the life of Jillian Hodgkinson and her family. Jillian was a foundation student at Nayland Primary when it opened its doors 50 years ago. Her daughter Nicky also attended and the school as a student and currently works there as a teacher and Nicky’s son was also a pupil at Nayland. Jillian says when she started at Nayland there was only a two buildings, a swimming pool and a dental clinic. Now the school has 400 pupils and is gearing up to celebrate its 50th birthday with a reunion weekend in April. Jillian was around nine when she started at Nayland and says she re-

members very small classrooms. “There was just a handful of us students and my first teacher was Mr Daly, who I saw again at the 40th reunion but he has passed away now.” Nicky started as a new entrant at Nayland in 1979 with Mary Balkin her first teacher; Nicky and Mary are now colleagues at the school. “It was kind of weird returning as a teacher but my son also went through Nayland and I worked part time as a kapa haka teacher so I got to ease my way into it,” says Nicky. “The staff has changed over the years but it still has that same culture and I just love it here.” The reunion is planned for April 8-9, FAMILY TIES: Nayland Primary School teacher Nicky Mason with her mum Jillian Hodgkinfor registration information visit son. Jillian was a foundation student at Nayland, almost 50 years ago. Photo: Andrew Board.

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World Cup on show in Nelson Rugby’s ultimate prizes was in Nelson on Saturday, the first stop in a nation-wide tour. The William Webb Ellis trophy, Bledisoe Cup, Tri-nations trophy, Hillary Shield, Women’s world cup and under 20 world cup were all on display at Trafalgar Park and hundreds turned up to inspect the holy grails of the rugby world. The day also doubled as a junior registration day with kid’s activities happening throughout the day, aided by members of the Tasman Mako wider training squad. The main attraction though was the William Webb Ellis trophy with people getting their photo taken with it. The tour is organised by the New Zealand Rugby Union and will visit each rugby province in the country over the next few months, before the start of the Rugby World MATES: Timi Sauira of Nelson with Ruggerbees Will and Rugger at the Cup in September. junior registration day at Trafalgar Park.


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Cook straight swim nearing for graduate Imagine swimming with sharks. for the warmth and also so the jellyfish Andrea O’Fee doesn’t like the thought, can’t sting you.” but it could be a possibility when she Andrea has to swim at a certain speed tackles swimming across the Cook per hour, with organiser of the event Strait in a few weeks. Philip Rush wanting her to aim for 3.8 The 22 year-old former Nelson College to 4 kilometres an hour, every hour. “If for Girls student is enthusasic about you drop off that that’s when you start her new challenge after starting to do to get cold,” she says. the Ocean Swim Series while at school. The Cook Strait is 22km in a straight It is not the first big challenge Andrea line, but when swimming the distance has completed though, doing the Coast creeps up to around 26 or 27km. “The to Coast a few years ago. fastest swim was four hours something “I kind of liked the idea of longer stuff but the longest swim was 19 hours so as opposed to short triathlons and I reI’m aiming for 10. If I swam at 4km an ally loved swim training, more than cyhour pace I’d do it in about seven but I cling or running and so I decided it was won’t swim that fast.” time for something crazy.” Andrea says it’s not an “if ”, but “when” She then decided a couple of years ago she gets to the other side. “When I get to swim the Cook Strait. there I will probably just want to die Now, on a year off after completing a because I’ll be so cold but I’ll be so university degree in nutrition, Andrea happy and then I’ll probably sleep for has been living back in Nelson preparabout a week and get up and decide I ing. “I started training properly a year need to do something else.” ago and it sort of builds up from month The courageous swimmer is still on to month. You start off doing 30 kilothe look-out for sponsors to help her metres a week, then 40km a week the achieve her goal. “The swim costs next month, 50km the next and so now $5000. That covers all the boats, the I’m at 60km a week, so 10km a day with navigation, the coaching from Phillip. BIG TASK: Andrea O’Fee will be taking on a huge task soon There’s a lot that goes on behind the one day rest.” Andrea does ocean swimming for when she swims the Cook Strait. Photo: Teresa Hattan. scenes. There are a lot of things that practise, but spends a lot of time in the pool swim is the cold, but also in her mind are the could happen so there is a lot involved.” working on her endurance. Andrea currently has $1000. “Every little bit things that could be in the water with her. “Because you can’t wear a wetsuit I need to “We did race with orcas last week in the sea counts, people have been coming up to me do cold conditioning so I’ll go to the lake and which wasn’t very nice. They say that one in and giving me $100 and that’s awesome, every swim for a few hours there most weekends, so six Cook Straight swims encounters sharks, little bit adds up and Fresh Choice Richmond that’s like 17-18 degrees and the Strait is going but no one’s died, no one’s been eaten so I gave me $500 so that’s quite cool.” to be between 15 and 17.” think I’ll be okay. “There are also jellyfish but If you can help Andrea on her way email her at The one thing that worries Andrea about the you cover yourself in something like goose fat

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Charity rides kicks into gear Make sure to air out those leathers and give your chrome a good clean in preparation for the Ride for Hope this weekend. The ride from Nelson to Motueka and back to Hope this Saturday is all in the name of charity. All funds raised on the day will go to the Richmond Mall Foundation, which supports locals and local community groups. “It’s important to note that the owners of the mall will match the funds raised dollar for dollar,” says David.

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Recently arrived from the UK LJ brings with her to Aboki a wealth of hairdressing knowledge and over 20 years experience working in the industry in both England and Amsterdam. LJ is an expert in colours and loves doing Hollywood blow dries which are a huge trend in the UK at the moment. Owners John and Melissa are excited to welcome LJ to their dedicated team who are continually striving for excellence for their valued clients “Our staff have regular team training, off the job training, attendance at conferences both in New Zealand and overseas and monthly in salon technical consultants.” Aboki pride themselves in catering for a wide range of clientele,


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Stoke woman Susan Tonks, above, thought her $30 headphones were a good buy, but she had no idea how good it was until last week. Susan bought the Phillips headphones from Smiths City in Nelson. The electronics company was running a nationwide competition to win a car so Susan filled in an entry form and was picked as the national winner. She was flown to Wellington last week to pick up her prize and says she is rapt to win. “I just couldn’t believe it, the guy called me and when he told me I just jumped around and told everyone I know.” Susan says she was in the store to buy a home theatre system and only bought the headphones as a last minute impulse. Smiths City manager Rhys Jaddon says he was happy to have a national winner come from Nelson and his store. “It’s great news and it’s a great wee car too, she’s done well out of her headphones.

Lottery prize built locally Your healthy heart could also be a very happy heart. Jennian Homes Nelson Bays has been chosen to build the dream home that is first prize in the current Heart Foundation Lottery. It’s a chance to win your very own slice of paradise. And this time, it’s right on your doorstep – in beautiful Pohara, where you’re never far from magnificent mountains, native bush and, of course, our famous golden beaches. Director Simon Collett says he and his team at Jennian are very proud to support the lifesaving work of Heart Foundation in such demonstrable ways. “Community wellness and the health of all New Zealanders are very important to us. In partnership with our suppliers, tradespeople and contractors, we’re honoured to do our bit towards raising

vital funds to keep more Kiwi hearts beating. “Home is where the heart is, after all.” Lottery number 68 has a total prize pool worth close to half a million dollars, with other prizes including overseas holidays for two to Thailand and Melbourne. Those who buy two or more tickets will go into the draw to win a brand new Toyota. Tickets are available from Jennian Homes or from the Heart Foundation. Phone the Lottery support team on 0800 750 150 or go to and download an order form. Ticket sales for Lottery number 68 close March 18. In the meantime, this stunning first prize home is open to view by appointment. Interested people should contact Annie Telford on 03 525 9496.

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The Turf has been Stoke’s local for generations, but this month it’s a year since it was transferred back into locallyowned hands, giving locals a reason to celebrate. To help those celebrations the Turf is offering a host of specials including 25 percent off your food bill at Spangee’s restaurant every Sunday for the month of February, free pool all month and of course the big birthday party

on February 26 - including live music, food and plenty of giveaways. The Turf has long been known for its good old fashioned service and for being heavily involved in the community. Now that it is back under local ownership the new owners say they want to expand that community involvement and have already committed to sponsoring several sporting codes including; rugby, cricket, tennis, pool, football, softball, lawn bowls and more. If you have spent the day playing sport, there is no better way to spend your evening than with a drink with the team down at the Turf. The Turf Hotel and SpanSpangee’s owner Gary Spanjer in the restaurants bar. gee’s Restaurant are also very proud to be associated with and families to gather and meet. The Tasman Makos. The garden bar at the Turf is another major attraction The sports bar at the Turf is regarded as with big open spaces and plenty of room making it a great one of the best in the region with plenty spot for a BBQ in the warmer months. “Proud to support of widescreen T.V’s and Sky Sport to But if you want a great meal at extremely reasonable prices watch your favourite live match as well you need to pay a visit to Spangee’s restaurant in the Turf. The Turf Hotel” as pool tables, darts, gaming machines Spangee’s restaurant offers a classic dining experience full and a TAB. of hearty kiwi meals fit for the whole family. It’s the perfect place for friends, teams From roasts to ribs, there is something for everyone, Level 2 - 105 Trafalgar St, Nelson. Ph 548 2369

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Chef John Meerman, with waiter Rob Norris and kitchen staff member Sonia Boyd. including its signature three course dinner menu for under $30 and buffet soup, salad and dessert bar. It also has a friendly and experienced chef, kitchen crew and front of house team all keen to make your dining experience an enjoyable one. Open Wednesday to Sunday for lunch and dinner. Spangee’s is available for private functions and group bookings with reservations recommended. Direct phone line to Restaurant is 547-0700. If you can’t leave that big game though, you can eat at the bar instead of going through to the restaurant. There is a good selection of bar meals available, fries and wedges are always a great addition to any night out, but there is an extensive range

of burgers, roasts, salads and many more. There is always plenty of entertainment at the Turf, from the pokies, TAB, pool, live TV to karaoke on Saturday evenings with Gerry. Short and long-term accommodation is also available. All rooms are warm, clean and comfortable. Accommodation from $30 a night. Make the Turf Hotel your local. Open daily 9am until late and with great specials throughout February. If it’s good old fashioned service and hospitality you’re looking for, or a sports bar to watch the game with fantastic atmosphere and like minded people, then come on over to the Turf Hotel. You’ll find it on the corner of Songer St and Main Rd, Stoke.

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Letters to the editor Do you recognise the people? The setting? The event? Can you tell us more? Please contact: or phone 03 5489588

Each week two photos of the museums “glass plate” collection will run in Nelson Weekly with the goal of exposing the photographs to more people and get some feedback on the collection. Left: Unnamed boys, Nelson Provincial Museum, Fletcher Collection: 2796. Below: Motorcycle and sidecar, Nelson Provincial Museum: Collier Collection: 32. Can you tell us more about these photos?

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Dear Editor, Thank you for advertising our recent Bumper Summer Booksale in your Community Notices. We also appreciated the explanatory article in your paper and the eye-catching photo by Andrew Board. The publicity meant the sale was well attended over its one and a half days. The Friends of the Nelson Library group made over $3,000 which will be used to help fund library projects. Regards, Jeannie Woodhouse Chairperson, Friends of the Nelson Library. Sir, It is disappointing that after Nelson council has spent one million plus investigating specifications for a performing arts centre, council wants to spend yet more money without giving any proper criteria for assessment. The Local Government Act requires councils to do a cost/ benefit analysis when proposing such projects. The costs, and benefits, to ratepayers must be presented to the public. Only then can a legitimate referendum on the issue be put to the ratepayers who will be paying the costs. It is time for council to stop wasting money on more expensive “investigations.” Put the proper criteria before the public, then hold a referendum in which only ratepayers --who will bear the costs--can vote. Yours sincerely, Dan McGuire, Nelson. Dear Sir, I should like to respond to Rosalina McCarthys letter to the editor dated the 8 February 2011. I refute her claim that I appear to ignore official documentation and reports from that period. I did research and study articles from the Nelson Examiner of 1863, Nelson Evening Mail 1963 and read the Report on the Inquiry of the Mates Death. In June 2007 I interviewed Mr Dennis Richardson (resident of Delaware Bay and read the Mail article of 1963 written by his wife, Lesley (now deceased) of the rescue. Having gleaned this evidence I then spoke with Kaumatua and Kuia of the Ngati Koata Iwi and was referred to the Wakatu Marae where the Ngati Koata Iwi have a poupou which depicts their version of the rescue. I agree with Rosalina – the rescue was a joint ef-

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fort. Where we disagree is that she states Huria Matenga had a brother Ropata Matenga. Ngati Koata history states that it was Hohapeta Te Kahupuku who retrieved the lead line from the “Delaware”. This version is agrees with the comments made by Lesley Richardson in her newspaper article. “But no matter how correctly recorded at the time, history often becomes distorted down through the years, and this is one such case – for Huria has often been credited with catching the lifeline thrown from the stricken vessel …….full honours for this heroic deed must go to the man who has simply been recorded as Ropata or Robert. His full name was Hohapeta Te Kahupuku (known affectionately to the Pakeha Settlers as Big Bob), a member of Ngati Koata Tribe and a man of incredible strength. When Able Seaman Bill Morgan succeeded in throwing out the ships lead line, it was Hohapeta who swam out and secured this rope which was then hauled ashore,” Nelson Evening Mail, 3 Sept 1983 I have never attempted to demean the memory of Huria Matenga but rather raise the profile of one so brave and written out of history – Hohapeta Te Kahupuku. I am disappointed that being a researcher that Rosalina McCarthy subscribes to and continues to perpetuate the colonial myth rather than have a more investigative approach to this story. I never said that I was trying to rewrite history. Alan Turley used those words in his comments when he responded to my first letter to the editor. I am unaware of Roselina making contact with either the Ngati Koata Trust Board or the Ngati Koata Kaumatua Council to interview any iwi members to verify or disprove their Iwi history. Ngati Koata however believe that Hohapeta Te Kahupuku deserves a place in history as he swam the raging sea and obtained the lead line which lead to the ultimate rescue of the crew and passengers. Allen Hippolite, Researcher Ngati Koata Trust. If you wish to send a letter to the editor please email your letter to by 9am Monday morning, or send a hard copy to Nelson Weekly, Trafalgar House, Selwyn Pl, Nelson. Word limit is (usually) 150 words - Editor.

Free Private Sale Workshop Selling your home without paying those horrendous costs to real estate agents is now within the reach of Nelson people, thanks to a workshop being held next week. The free, no-obligation workshop will enable you to sell your property yourself, meaning no agents and no commissions. Spend one hour and learn all the tips and tricks that smart, savy homeowners use to sell their home themselves, and save tens of thousands of dollars in the process. Light refreshments and workbooks are provided. Topics covered will include marketing, understanding buyer behaviour, unique selling points, pricing, presen-

tation, managing offers and how to deal with real estate agents. Where: The function room at The Prince Albert Hotel (& the Fern Lodge) 113 Nile St, Nelson. When: Thursday 24th February 2011 start 6.00pm finish 7.00pm. Host: Helena Barrow – Homesell (NZ’s largest private sale property company). This is an interactive workshop. Numbers are strictly limited, so book your seat early. Please RSVP to, or phone 545 0064. Bookings/registrations close at 5pm on Tuesday 22nd February 2011. Be quick to register as the last workshop was booked solid !


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Father and son ready to face off at Blokes Day Out Eddie Paurini has already thrown in the towel, and he couldn’t be happier. Eddie and his 13 year-old son Cullen will be facing off against each other in this year’s Port Nelson Blokes Day Out for the first time and Eddie says he is glad to see his son take part and doesn’t fancy his chances at keeping up with him. “Those kids, man, they just go. You’re at the starting line with them and then they disappear. I think I’ll see him at the finish line.” Eddie has completed the Blokes

Day Out twice before but this will be the first time with his son also in the field. Cullen says he is looking forward to taking on his old man but admits to some nerves before the start of the race. “I’m just going to do what I do and try not to worry about the other people racing.” He says the run will be the hardest leg for him with swimming his best. Eddie and Cullen are some of the hundreds that take part in the triathlon each year. Organiser Averil West says the race was started after blokes complained that there wasn’t a race for them at the Women’s triathlon each year. “So we thought ‘oh well, we’d better get one going for them’.” The Blokes Day Out is a favourite for first timers and people who would like to give triathlon a go. Averil says the course is designed so men can complete the event in their own time. “A lot of men seem to be a bit worried that they will come last, but I don’t think that is something to worry about in this race. We have men that walk it, it’s just about getting out there and having a go,” she says. The race is a 5km run or 3km walk, 14km cycle and a 133 yard swim (four lengths of Riverside Pool). For more inBRING IT ON DAD: Cullen Paurini, 12, is formation on the race, getting ready to take on his dad, Eddie at the or to enter, visit www. Blokes Day Out triathlon in April.

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EYE ON THE PRIZE: Erwin Grab, 5, watches the ball onto his racquet at the Tahuna Tennis Club’s open day on Saturday. The Tennis NZ national open day took place around the region for the third consecutive year. More than 20 young players turned up to the Tahuna Tennis Club to get involved with head coach Susan Spencer giving them a few tips and introducing them to the game. She says she was rapt to see the kids get involved. “I’m stoked with the turn out, a lot of these kids have never held a racquet before so they are doing really well.” If interested in tennis coaching at Tahuna please call Susan on 027 522 0115. Photo: Andrew Board.

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Nelson South cleans up at age group champs

The Marist 7s rugby team after winning the bowl trophy at the Marist Federation’s New Zealand Community Trust 7 aside rugby competition held in Wellington on Friday last weekend. Involving 16 teams entering from a total of 28 member clubs from around the country, Nelson’s Marist club lost its first two games in pool play but responded well beating a North Island selection, Wests of Hokitika and Hutt Valley Marist before beating Tukapa of Taranaki 27-14 in the Bowl final. Stand out players were Rudolf Meredith with experience, Yane Teinakore and his good foot work, Mat Leary and his wicked step and also a mention to Tom Heaphy for a good effort in the weekend.

GOT IT: Ireland Steenbergen, 12, in action during the beach flags event at the Nelson Nippers Carnival Day at Tahunanui Beach. Nelson competed against Marlborough and West Coast. Photo: Phillip Rollo.

The final four sessions of the Swimming Nelson with Madisen Stanley (Nelson) backing up from Marlborough Age Group Championships were strong performances in athletics last weekend to held over the weekend at the ASB Aquatic Cen- be the leading breaststroker, and Caitlin Abbott tre in Richmond with Nelson South dominating (Nelson South) dominating backstroke events. Cara Pearson (Nelson) displayed strength and the major races. Individual cups and trophies were up for grabs technique in butterfly, but coming through to in some age categories, while those unfortunate take the trophy was Skye Eden (Nelson South) enough to not be in these age groups were com- on the back of good results in freestyle and conpeting for pride, to gather points for their club, sistent finishes in other events she entered. and potentially to win the cup for overall best The most vociferous support came during the swimmer. relays. Marlborough won the inter-provincial Ten year-olds competed for the Margaret Young event, and along with it the JG Bacon Memorial Trophies - one each for boys and girls. Emerg- Cup, but only after the Nelson team was disqualing from some tight racing to take the girls tro- ified after appearing to have won the race. The phy was Claire Ballance from Nelson. Matai inter-club relays saw Nelson South take a clean McGuinniety (Nelson South) was a comfortable sweep, winning the Workers Co-Op Shield winner of the boys’ trophy. (men’s 4X50m), the Ton Boulton Cup (women’s Amongst the 11 year-olds, Clara Foster (Nelson 4x50m) and the Laurie Crabb Cup (cross age South), Natalie Trayling and Lucy Kerry (both medley). The Adam and Eve race, where the Blenheim) and Brooke Matheson (Nelson) com- fastest 8 male and female swimmers in the 50m peted strongly, with each being able to take away freestyle event were paired off (fastest male with some bragging rights with good performances 8th fastest female, 2nd with 7th etc) and comin various strokes. The 11 year-old boys’ field peted over 100m with each swimmer completwas quite small and was dominated by Matthew ing 2 lengths of the pool. All 8 lanes finished Fritz (Nelson South). close together, and after a check on times, Kaiori The Durrant Family Trophies were the target McGuinniety and Claire Cadwallader were defor 12 year olds, and featured some strong racing amongst the girls. Merekara McGuinniety (Nelson South) stood out in the freestyle events, Sara Gane (Blenheim) was unbeatable in breaststroke, but with consistent performances across all strokes, Pip Dwyer (Motueka) won the trophy. The boys 12 years-old attracted one of the smallest fields at the champs, and Patrick Howes (Nelson South) demonstrated his strength across all strokes to win. Ellie Rukuwai continued her domination of her age group, winning every event she entered in the 13 year-old girls’ category. Toby Lloyd (Blenheim) and Eddie Neill (Nelson) battled all the way in the 13 year old-boys group, with Lloyd probably feeling he had gained an overall advantage by the end of the weekend. Fourteen year-olds were competing for the Pattison Family Cups. It was a no contest in the boys, with Fraser Neill dominating the field in much the same way as Rukuwai, taking home only gold medals. Racing was Nelson South swimmer Rosie Anderson competes in the much tighter in the girls category, Mixed 100 SC meter Breaststroke. Photo: Phillip Rollo.

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International stars come to ride Nelson Some of the world’s top trial riders will be in the region this weekend for the second annual NZ Ihatove Adventure Trial. The sports tourism event will involve participation from national and international riders and is held at 88 Valley in Wakefield each February. Helping to put Tasman District on the map internationally, this rider-friendly event is all about fun and participation, a recipe that has been working very successfully for over 35 years in Japan, the home of the Ihatove event. Guest riders at the NZ Ihatove Adventure Trial this year will be UK Trials legend Mick Andrews; chief development rider of Yamaha and past all Japan champion, Haruo Kimura; along with the founder of the Japanese Ihatove event, Yasuo Manzawa. Trials is about technical skill, navigating tricky tracks and obstacles. Nelson is home to several of New Zealands top riders, including brothers Peter and Nick Oliver. The event kicks off on Saturday, 19 February, with the Nonstop Trial, where the object is to ride through obstacles without putting your feet down and without stopping,

followed in the afternoon by a ‘Kickstart Scott’ type time trial. Again a series of obstacles are ridden, but this time one rider at a time with the added incentive of completing the loop in the fastest time with the least points lost. Both of these events should be a lot of fun for both riders and spectators, say orgainsers. There will be an evening at Club Waimea on Saturday from approx 7pm to 8pm with the opportunity to meet Mick Andrews, Haruo Kimura, Yasuo Manzawa and our local Team Xtreme riders, last seen at the Richmond A&P Show in November. There will also be some footage of Saturday’s riding. On Sunday is the main NZ Ihatove Adventure Trial, which is ridden during the course of the day across a large area of farmland between the Parkes Punawai Farm and Hunts Highfield Farm, both at 88 Valley, Wakefield. Again spectators will have an opportunity to see riders as they return from two separate loops and negotiate sec-

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Favorite Hymn Sing-along 10am Wednesday 16th February (every 3rd Wednesday) . Come along and sing some good old faithful hymns, along with some of those favorites. Starts with morning tea at 10am, Favorite Hymn service 10.30~ 11.10am . No charge, every one welcome, bring your friends. Richmond Church of Christ corner Croucher & Darcy Streets SeniorNet, a computer group for over 50s. Topics for this month include ‘Mailwasher’ & ‘iTunes’ as well as solving some of members’ computer problems. A welcome awaits you at 2-00pm, Wednesday, 16th February, at the SeniorNet rooms, Pioneers Park, Hastings St. Nelson Repertory Theatre Inc present “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” February 25, 27 7.30pm • March 3, 4, 5 7.30pm. Seats $20* and $15* Book at Everyman Records (*plus $2 booking fee). ATAWHAI FUN AND FUNCTIONAL EXERCISE CLASSES. Mondays andWednesdays. GROUP FITNESS CIRCUITS – 9.15AM - use light hand weights etc. to improve your posture, fitness, muscle tone. SIT & BE FIT – 10.30AM – seated class to improve your flexibility, muscle tone, co-ordination. $5. St Peters Church, Atawhai Crescent. Ph the instructor Julie 545 0955. Jive on Wednesdays with the world’s most popular modern partner dance Ceroc . Beginners class 8pm- Trinity Church hall $10.00. Start any week singles and couples welcome 0272376266 NELSON RAILWAY SOCIETY: the railcar will be running from 12:00 noon until 4:00 pm, on Sunday February 20, Weather permitting WOMEN OF SPIRIT, one-day women’s retreat, Sunday, February 20th. Sharing the inspirational qualities of women Saints from East and West and how we can Imbue these extraordinary qualities into our lives today. By donation. Phone Chinmaya Mission on 5487511. Victory Seniors Tuesday 22nd February 1.30pm - 3.30pm. Cards, games, cuppa and chat . All welcome. Victory Community Anglican Church 238 Vanguard Street. Any enquiries Shirley 5471433 Nelson Tramping Club. 19 Feb. Mt Patriarch. Medium. $35. Raymond 546 8060. 20 Feb. Moa Park/Wainui Hut circuit. Medium. $15. Ken 548 9897. The New Hub. 23 New Street, Nelson. 545 9147 Classes for adults and young people. Way2Go. Tuesday 1.10-2pm Yoga Stretch. $5 Wednesday 5.45-6.45pm NIA dance. $5. Thursday 9.30-10.15am Staying Fit Circuit. $3. 12.10-1pm Yoga Flow. $5 Friday 11-12.30pm Tai Chi. Free Dance. Tuesday 4.45-5.30 Irish Dancing Wednesday 4-5.30 and 6.50-8pm Star Dance Academy. Friday 3.45-4.30 and 4.30-5.15 Fargher Dance Academy TOP OF THE SOUTH MORRIS MINOR CAR CLUB Sunday 27 February. Meeting 11.30am onwards for BYO lunch Rabbit Island. Interested? All welcome. Contact Julie Ph5473316 or Trevor Ph5268884. Habitat for Humanity Nelson is seeking families requiring 4 or 5 bedrooms, for our next two houses in Nelson. An information afternoon at Stoke Methodist Church Hall on Sunday, 6th March at 2pm. All interested in applying, must attend this session. Appliction forms available, closing date 20/4/11 Sylvia 5479347 Nelson-Tasman Relay For Life Anniversary Gathering & Garden Dedication. Thursday 3 March 2011, Tahunanui Playing Fields (near the tennis courts) 5.30pm-6.00pm (rain or shine). Please join us as we scatter ashes from candle bags that encircled the Relay track. Tony Barnett will conduct a special ceremony followed by the scattering ashes in a native garden. RSVPs appreciated. Cancer Society – Nelson Centre 539 3662 Morris Dancing: Thursday 10 February - Nelson Morris will be dancing at Sprig & Fern, Milton Street 7.30 pm and Thursday 17 February at The Queens Gardens, 7.30 pm. All welcome. We are also looking for more musicians and dancers. Contact: Jan King 545 2546 Schiehallion Country Dancers Dancestart 3-2 wk course for first time Scottish Country Dancers. Tues 22 Feb and Tues 1 March. St Andrews Church Hall, Upper Songer St, 7.30pm. Course cost $10. Ph Margaret 547 3913 to register by Sat 19 Feb. soft flat shoes (not jandles) and cool clothing advisable Tai Chi New 8 week Tai Chi for Health classes Wednesday 1.30 to 2.30 & Friday 11.30am to 12.30pm starting at Richmond Recreation Centre, 9 Cambridge Street, Richmond 16th February. Perfect for beginners and those with chronic illnesses. Cost $55 for 16 classes. Phone 5443955 to enrol.” U3A Nelson

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