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Two saved by ‘heroic’ bystanders Four men are being hailed as heroes after jumping into a chilly creek to rescue two people from a submerged car. One women, Janice (Jan) Anne Fa’avae, aged 68, died in the incident at lunchtime on Saturday when the car she was driving with her husband and two year old grandson, went from Wildman Ave, over QEII Dr and into the creek. She was the mother of multi-sport champion Nathan Fa’avae. But the efforts of several members of the public are being hailed as “heroic” and emergency services say they saved two lives. “They’ve got to take the credit for their bravery and just getting in and doing it. It wouldn’t happen in every town in New Zealand or every place in the world. I think Nelson really has to stand up and be proud there,” says Nelson Fire station officer Craig Davies. “Jumping into a murky creek like

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that, not knowing what was in there and what they’re going to find in the car is an enormous task on any day. Imagine diving in that cold water and not being able to see? Even though the tragedy of the situation meant that one died, two have been saved.” Paua diver Philip Walker, 53, told the New Zealand Herald that several attempts were needed to free Mrs Fa’avae, who was caught in the crashed car by her seatbelt. Bitterly cold water and panic forced him to resurface several times. “I was panicking and holding my breath and not doing it long enough and trying to get someone out before it was too late. “You sort of think about what I

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On a day when most sane people were rugged up in jackets, hats and scarves, students of Nayland College were braving mud and bitterly cold water. The annual mud run was just one part of the mid winter event that is held on the last day of the second term. Year 10 student Julia Burrough, pictured above, was one of around 50 students that took part in the mud run.


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“I think adding more clearway would just depress the area even more in terms of shopping and amenities.”

“I think we need to keep easy access to the shops, so it probably isn’t a good idea to extend them.”

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I’d prefer it to stay as it is, I certainly don’t think more parking should be removed. A lot of elderly aren’t able to walk long distances.”

Two people saved by ‘heroic’ bystanders FROM PAGE 1 could have done but I couldn’t do much else.” He freed the woman by unclicking her seatbelt and pulled her out through an open front passenger door. Two of the other rescuers were Nelson’s Gary Miller and Brightwater’s Kyle Paki Paki. Sergeant Matt Elliott, of Nelson, says the efforts of the men were heroic and they had risked their own safety in attempting to rescue the family. “I have no doubt their actions have saved the lives of a man and a young

child.” The two year old boy, Ali Fa’avae-Mika, was flown to Starship Hospital in Auckland and the man, Filemoni (Phil) Fa’avae, remains in Nelson Hospital. The incident has been referred to the coroner. Craig says Nelson should be proud of the four men. “I can’t say enough about their actions and what they did. We’re professionals and trained to deal with that sort of situation but for them to go in off their own bat takes a lot of courage. It’s good to know there’s people like that The car driven from Wildman Ave, over QEII Dr and into the creek near the around.” Trafalgar Centre on Saturday. Photo: Phillip Rollo.

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Tahuna business owners to protest “Stop ripping our community apart.” That’s the plea from Tahunanui Business Association member John Gilbertson who says business owners are now so fed up they’re ready to march in protest at a shelved report from New Zealand Transport Agency into the best option for traffic at the Tahunanui lights. At a meeting last week – initially planned to discuss the findings of the report – the business association says it came up with a simple solution to the problems with the clearways at the lights – get rid of them. John says businesses along the strip opposite KFC have noticed a drop in business since clearways were put in when the lights were established several years ago. Their solution would be to get rid of the clearways and return the intersection to just one lane each way. “They [NZTA] say they can’t finish the report until the results of the Rocks Rd study is finished so we are just stuck with it the way it is until then,” says John. “But we are saying enough is enough, this is destroying our community and

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A clearway at the lights in Tahunanui. Photo: Sinead Ogilvie. we won’t wait. We are saying ‘why don’t you just use a bit of paint, make it one lane and see how it goes until you can finish the study? Our solution will also ensure the viability of the businesses and services that are currently under threat.” The business association, along with the Tahuna Community Centre, were unanimous in their decision to protest the inaction from NZTA and John says the community is being ripped apart by the traffic on the road. He supports the proposed southern link being built but says that’s not what this action is about. Businesses just want their car parking restored and if that means more of a wait for commuters then tough luck, he says.

“They say traffic will be held up by an extra four minutes at peak times without the clearways. But four minutes is nothing, especially when you’ve got the nice view off Rocks Rd to look at while you wait, it’s hardly a chore is it?” says John. The association says Tahunanui will not continue to be Nelson’s “Cinderella community” and a protest march will be held on August 9. “Tahunanui has one of the most beautiful city beaches in the country. Access and enjoyment of this gem continues to be eroded by the increasing presence of heavy freight, which is also tearing the heart out of our community and threatening the future of our local businesses,” he says.

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Lanterns light the way Job ADS on ThE riSE: The number of advertised jobs in the second quarter of the year increased by ten per cent according to TradeMe. The website released figures last Thursday which showed Nelson was up ten per cent, just under the national average of 11 per cent. climATE chAngE ToUr hiTS ToWn: “What’s the holdup?”, NZ’s first nationwide speaking tour on climate change, will be held in Nelson this Thursday. Organised by youth organisation Generation Zero, the event will be connecting climate solutions with the people that can make them happen, and showcasing opportunities to move beyond fossil fuels. Nelson Youth Climate Action, a group of college students who are part of Generation Zero, will host the Nelson event at the NMIT Student Centre at 7pm on 18 July. Free entry and refreshments will be provided. bEE gEES ShoW: A Bee Gees tribute show will be held in Richmond next week as a fundraiser for Habitat for Humanity. The show will be performed by Madsen Promotions and will be at the Headingly Centre in Richmond on July 26 from 7.30pm. Tickets are available from Fields Designer Florist and SBS Bank, Nelson.

LIGHT IT UP: Nelson Central School student Kobi Furniss, 9, takes part in the Float a Wish event on Thursday night. The event was a preview to Light Nelson. Photo: Sinead Ogilvie.

Nelson’s newest art festival launched on Thursday night with lanterns and the wishes of local children setting sail across the pond at Queens Gardens. Hundreds of children from around the region took part in the Float A Wish event, the opening of the Light Nelson festival which will take place this weekend. The event saw children of all ages construct and float biodegradable lanterns in the pond, with each holding a “wish” for their community. Organiser Clint Fern says he was “absolutely delighted” with the event and that he never expected it to be so successful. “It was everything we could have hoped for, it was fantastic. It was great to have such a huge involvment from the community.” Students from Tasman School, Hira School and Nelson Central School were invited to participate. They used materials such as flax, branches, paper and string to build their lanterns. Julie Vlugter brought her daughter along to the event and says she thought it was “really great”. “It’s been really nice, it would be a good thing to have every year.” Light Nelson will run this weekend between July 19 and 21 with free light installations and light exhibitions by local artists to be held between the hours of 5.30pm and 9.30pm at Queens Gardens.


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Eight new ‘affordable homes’ built Eight new homes to be rented to low income families will be officially opened in Nelson on Thursday. The homes are part of an affordable housing development by the Nelson Tasman Housing Trust, built on St Lawrence St, near Victory. The trust says the opening marks the end of the development’s first stage and the two and three bedroom homes will be rented at 80 per cent of the market value. Trust director Keith Preston says affordable housing is one of the pressing social issues of our time. “These homes are warm, dry and affordable and contribute to our strategy of building a portfolio of quality homes for low to mid income families living in the Nelson, Tasman and West Coast regions.” A $1 million grant from the Social Housing Fund made up 46 per cent of the scheme cost and the trust raised a mortgage to cover the balance of the costs. Nelson City Council contributed to the scheme

by waiving the development contributions. The development is one of the first to be funded through the Social Housing Fund. Michael Pead, director of the government’s Social Housing Unit, says it’s great to see the trust responding so positively to the need for quality affordable housing in the region. “The government is pleased to partner with the trust to help deliver more affordable homes for New Zealanders in need”. The trust was established in 2004 and already owns 36 houses at a value of more than $10 million. It offers secure tenancies to local people and families who do not qualify for state housing and who find it difficult to access the private rented sector but can afford to pay up to 50 per cent of their income on rent. The homes were built by Jennian Homes and will be officially opened by Nelson MP and housing minister Nick Smith.

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Cardells creative director and salon owner Lauren Lewis took home the top award at the Nelson Marlborough Regional Fashion Hair Design Awards held in June. Photo: Sinead Ogilvie.

Top local stylist wins gold Cardells creative director and salon owner Lauren Lewis prides herself on leading her team of hair stylists by example and she did just that when she won gold and took home the top award at the Nelson Marlborough Regional Fashion Hair Design wards held in June. The local hair stylist won Hairdresser of the Year and also took out first place in the senior section at the all day competion

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editorial style hair up" and says despite being a NZARH judge herself, she finds inspiration in competing amongst her industry peers. "It’s all about leading by example, I could say 'oh no, I'm a trainer I don't need to participate' but it's about leading the team by example and being involved in these sorts of competitions. The awards will be held in Nelson next year.

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Quake prone city dairy to close Repairs to his premises should only take a few months, but local business owner Bhaskar Vogeti is shutting up shop for good. After finding out from his landlord that he would need to shut the doors to his Hardy St Mini Mart while the building was earthquake strengthened, Bhaskar made the decision to move onwards and upwards and back to India. Strengthening work will begin on the building in August, and will involve taking down a brick wall that runs through to the first story says Bhaskar, who alongside the shop also ran Sarai School of Cookery from the premises. After spending 16 years in Nelson, Bhaskar will relocate to Hyderabad, India, to spend time with his elderly father. “I feel a mix of both happy and sad. I’m happy because I will go

Wakatu Mini Mart owner Bhaskar Vogeti outside the Hardy St business that will close due to earthquake strengthening that needs to be completed on the building. Photo: Sinead Ogilvie. home to see my elderly father, but I am sad because I have to close the shop. I have made a lot of friends, a lot of connections here.” While he’s not sure when he would return, Bhaskar hopes to come back to Nelson in the

future. “I have unfinished business in this town.” Bhaskar plans to open a school for disadvantaged children in his hometown, a venture that has already garnered local support.

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Retiring former police chief Brian to be bridged and for the council to McGurk officially launched his reengage with the citizens of Nelmayoral campaign on Friday night son. It’s time for change,” he says. saying he wants to make it a “city Brian is one of four standing for the mayoralty, the others being infor everyone”. Speaking at the Victory Communi- cumbent Aldo Miccio, councillor ty Centre, Brian told the audience Rachel Reese and Richard Osmasthat now was the time for change ton. Brian was the area comand that under his leadermander for Nelson Bays ship the council would enpolice and says he is regage more with ratepayers, tiring from the force next become more transparent month. He acknowledged and more financially pruthat he isn’t the “likeliest” dent. candidate for the city’s “When I announced my top job but says he’s seen candidacy for the mayorenough to know that the alty in February the eleccouncil needs a change of tions were still a long way Brian direction. “Voters deserve off and at that time I talked McGurk. more from their elected about a disconnect between council and the community. representatives than just time At that time people felt as if they’d spent sitting around the council talost control of what was happening ble. Voters deserve more than just in council and that the council had business as usual.” failed to listen to the people that He promised to host a series of they had elected to serve them. town hall meetings in communiCouncil decisions have been chal- ties throughout Nelson within the lenged in the high court and the first 100 days of the new council process and decision making has term. The local body elections are in Ocbeen found wanting. “I spoke about the gap that needed tober this year.

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Three police chases in one night A man was put in hospital after a stolen ute occupied by two 16 year olds crashed into him early Sunday. The crash was during a police chase that started after they tried to stop the vehicle in Richmond. The youths continued along Whakatu Dr to Waimea Rd and then to Main Rd Stoke where the

driver lost control and crashed into a car coming the other way. The boys were taken into custody after the crash and are assisting police with their enquiries. Both vehicles were extensively damaged. In other, unrelated, incidents two Nelson men will face a raft of driving related charges after

police pursuits in the region on Saturday evening. In the first incident, at about 8.20pm, a Nissan car was “clocked” travelling in excess of 150 kilometres per hour on the state highway through Brightwater and subsequently failed to stop for police. A short pursuit followed but was

abandoned due to the risk to public safety before the vehicles got to Richmond. The second pursuit on Nayland Rd, Stoke at 9pm again involved excessive speed and the pursuit was abandoned after the driver turned off his headlights to avoid detection. On both occasions police carried out enquires

immediately after the abandoned pursuits which led to the drivers being identified, the cars impounded, and charges being laid. “It’s incredibly disappointing to see drivers taking such risks that have a potential to end in disaster”, says Sergeant Shane Miles, of Nelson.

Driving Ford passion to Rabbit Island

Atawhai’s Kevin Greenfield with his 1959 Ford Zephyr Mark 2 which will be at Rabbit Island with a few dozen other Ford’s to celebrate Henry Ford’s birthday. Photo: Andrew Board.

When Kevin Greenfield was a young man all he wanted was a Ford Zephyr – now he has two. The Atawhai man has restored both cars himself and has taken them around the country visiting towns, cities and Ford conventions. He says owning the car is everything he thought it would be when he was younger. “I used to be into boats but as you get older you get over the swaying so this was what I wanted to get into and it’s nice to be able to pop out for a drive whenever I want.” Kevin’s 1959 Zephyr Mark

two is just one of around two dozen Fords expected at the Classic Ford Club’s annual get-together at Rabbit Island. The date is organised to coincide with Ford founder, Henry Ford’s birthday. Kevin says the get together will be on Sunday July 28 from 11am onwards and he encourages all Ford owners and members of the public to come out and have a look at the cars. “We usually get a good turn out and even pick up the odd new member out there so it’s something we enjoy each year.”

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Art expo draws close to 5000 people Andrew Board Editor More than $100,000 worth of local art went out the door of the Trafalgar Centre during Art Expo Nelson. The three day expo saw more than 120 artists exhibit work with around 120 pieces selling. It was the second year the expo has been held and organiser Louise Allan says it was bigger than last year and was a "huge success". "Last year we had about 3500 people and this year was more than 4500 so we're really happy with how it went." The expo opened on Friday – a day earlier than last year – but Louise says Sunday was the most popular day with a lot of art sold. "A lot of people came in on the Friday or Saturday and came back to buy the piece they wanted on Sunday, so that was really good." She says a lot of people came from Blenheim, Picton, Christchurch and Wellington with a couple from Canada even buying art to send home. The expo aims to give local artists a platform to sell their work and attract buyers from Nelson as well as from around New Zealand. It is the biggest art expo in the South Island and Louise says the organisers worked hard to attract visitors from outside the region and she says it worked. "Nelson City Council deserves credit for helping us with that and it was great to see people from all over New Zealand buying art."

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Above: Crowds check out some of the hundreds of artworks on display at Art Expo Nelson at the Trafalgar Centre over the weekend. Left: Artist Jane Winter with some of her work at the Nelson Art Expo on Sunday. Photos: Phillip Rollo.

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Lee-Anne Weenink, of Nelson is devastated at the loss of her grandmother’s engagement ring and is hoping a member of the public has found it and will return it. Photo: Sinead Ogilvie. wedding ring has already been burgled from her sister’s home. “I just can’t believe it, I haven’t slept much over the last week, and I haven’t told my grandmother or my family about it.” Lee-Anne is begging anyone who may have picked it up or seen it to come forward, as there were plenty of people in the area at the time. “The children’s day event was on at Founders Park that same day, so an

extra few thousand people were there. I would be thrilled if someone who has found it handed it in.” Anyone who has seen, found or finds a 1940s Art Deco style ring with little diamonds inset on either side, in the area between Founders Park and Nelson Central School can either hand it in to the Cawthron Institute, or simply hand it in to the Nelson Police Station.


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22 acts to perform at music fest The curtains will open on Nelson’s annual winter music event this Thursday, which will see more than 22 acts perform to the public. The Nelson Winter Music Festival will run over the course of two weeks, with artists from all over New Zealand, including local musicians, taking to the stage at the Nelson School of Music. Festival director Frances McElhinney says the event is inter-generational and offers a great variety of shows including drama and speech to entice all types of audience.

performances such as chamber music from Einstein’s Universe, dance parties with Minuit, Te Radar talking about his visit to Antarctica, and New Zealand’s leading trumpet soloist, Bill Stoneham who will join forces with former Nelson Cathedral organist Anne Cleaver. A special gala event will also be held this Saturday featuring award winning country artists. All performances during the festival will be held at the Nelson School of Music with the exception of Badjelly the Witch, which will be held at the Theatre Royal this

“It’s all about bringing premium acts to Nelson. There’s something for everyone, including families.” The festival continues to grow in popularity every year and Frances puts its success down to the high quality local and national musicians on show. “Over the years the event has continued to maintain a really high standard of support from the public who come along to the shows.” The festival will run from this Thursday through to Sunday August 4 with a mix of

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Kids still marbles over old-school classic game Remember bombers? How about queenies, steelies and kingies? Hit one get them all? Well it’s marble season and from the first day of term, hundreds of Hampden St School students will be taking part in the traditional game. Hampden St School kids lose their marbles over the game every year and it just doesn’t seem to die out says deputy principal Katherine Barris. She says marble season snowballs in popularity and she expects it to do the same this year, with the beginning of the season announced at a school assembly on Friday. “Normally on the first day you’ll have two or three groups playing, then all of a sudden we’ll have the whole

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school out there playing marbles.” She says in spite of more technologically advanced toys available to kids, the old school game continues to maintain its popularity among students. “They love it. It’s a simple, basic toy that is affordable for everybody.” Prinicipal Don McLean says marble season is “part of the fabric of the school” and is mostly self-governed by the students, with guidance from teachers. “It’s a fun activity that most kids can access easily. It also teaches children about winning and losing.”

Hampden St kids aren’t alone, with long time Henley School teacher and deputy principal Eric Gardner saying he can’t remember a time during his spell at the school where students didn’t play marbles. Because marble season for the school includes just the last week of each term, Eric believes they are a bit of a novelty which has aided in the longevity of the game. “It’s a novelty, they’re like a collectable and it’s fun, it’s different, it involves everyone. There are juniors right through to seniors all playing marbles together. "I would say on a good day you’d have half the school playing and in our school there are over 500 students.”

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Should the earthquake risk of the A&P stands be made public? No why bother - 6 per cent. Geez of course they should tell them - if there was a decent earthquake it would fall down! Sue Smith.

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I live in Tahuna and the slide/entertainment area is in such a state

- so so depressing! Tear it down and start again, with a state of the art indoor-outdoor pool/slides/crazy golf/lazertag year round place to go! Am sure it would help the Natureland zoo as well, with a bit of effort made to the area it would be such a draw card. Rachel Yerbury-Wilson. Nelson needs a water-theme park in Tahuna, more places for teenagers. The Stoke shopping centre needs to be modernized and the car park area changed. The land next to Mitre 10 Mega needs a purpose. We need some new excitement in Nelson, been here 10 years and starting to get bored of looking at the same four walls, ie beach, city, mountains, hills.The sun is not enough anymore. Bonita Wilkinson. That's why Stoke is such a treasure. The NCC haven't ruined it yet. Oh no, the only good parts they have ruined by trying to put in walkways where not needed and wasting money on ticking boxes. Saxton is a gem and they ruined that by not putting enough seating in. NCC track record isn't great. Perhaps sub committees of each area would really help. Jay Park. The modellers pond needs to be maintained better and there could be some exciting things put at sides of the railway track and the bridges and tunnels given additional features. This area is a wonderful asset and the railway people are to be commended for all they do. Carol Stewart.

Try a Saturday workshop During the winter term many of you may like to attend a day time workshop so we are offering several Saturday classes. Belly Dancing (no bellies will be exposed!) is a fun and elegant form of exercise. Perfect pastry (yes, every time) and Simply Indian (fragrantly, mouth-watering) from our college kitchen. Weaving – dust off your old table loom or borrow one and have a go. What is EFT? Come along and find out in our Energy and EFT workshop. Oral Storytelling – Everyone has stories to tell – develop your skills and keep children spellbound. Get creative in our Stylish Pots workshop or learn how to make sports gear and play games to keep your family active in Creating Junkyard Sports. We welcome six new tutors to Waimea College Community

Education. Marijke Lups will teach wonderful methods to get the Shabby Chic French/Italian interior design look. Will Taylor will help you create great Pewter Jewellery. Savita Prasad will share her love of Indian cuisine. Bernadette van Dalen will take you on a journey with Printmaking the Monoprint way. Annabelle Laing, a flute teacher, is offering beginner classes plus the chance to play in a flute ensemble and Diane Hodgson will inspire you with weaving. You may prefer not to sit and watch TV at night so join us and other likeminded people in our nice, warm classrooms for all our evening classes. Bring a friend, you’ll enjoy yourselves. Go to www.waimea., enrolments, Community Education to view details of classes or email ace@ for a brochure. Business Update. Adv.

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Welcome to the Nelson Grey Power Inc monthly Keeping column which will cover issues that we are adyou up vocating for not only our members but for all older people living in the Nelson/Richmond Nelson Grey Power Inc to date communities. Many of you will be aware that there has been others, many of whom are elderly can’t. much concern about the use of wood burners Nelson City Council has argued that the restricand the increasing cost of power and both are tions they have imposed are to do with the lethal effect of smoke emissions from wood causing despair as the winter has now burning fires and the flawed science well and truly set in. rationale on which this decision was Our column today addresses this ismade has now been found to be based sue: Wood burner Policy Causing on “estimations and assumptions”. Hardship for the Elderly. Even the Ministry for the EnvironDespite an overwhelming reaction ment which is responsible for the from concerned ratepayers about Clean Air Standards concedes this as the restrictive policy of Nelson City being the basis for the standards. Council relating to use of wood burnTo date there have been over 100 calls ers it has all fallen on deaf ears and the made to Nelson Grey Power Inc supcouncil has failed to respond while porting the stance we are taking and their ratepayers both young and old this has been endorsed by many letters continue to live in cold damp and unto local papers and over 900 respondhealthy residences. Neville Male, ing to an online survey conducted this At the present time some ratepayers 36 Main Road Lower President Moutere of month. You too can join the crusade have been given approval to operate Nelson Grey IMMACULATE approved wood burners and those that ON THE OUTSKIRTS to see change made by joining Nelson Power. Grey Power Inc as it is with strength didn’t meet a ridiculously imposed Built in the 1950’s, this beautifully maintained and well loved property is for sale by thathomes we can make a difference. council deadline cannot.the It original is unbelievable and in innumbers owners. Constructed an era where were built to last, you will You can pride pick and up joy anfor application form The for Nelquite undemocratic thatnotice the council can agree that this home has been the owners the past 58 years. 990m² allows scope Power to develop further and with for St in sonofGrey at our office at 33housing Putaitai for some of its ratepayerslarge to have thesection privilege ofplenty three vehicles, a good sized hobby room and a lovely two bedroom home, viewing having a wood burner to this heatproperty their homes when Stoke. is a must.


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Newport Light Engineering They say every cloud has a silver lining and and were devastated to find Frosty’s Tow- have found themselves a new home, big that couldn't be truer for three well known, ing had been virtually destroyed, threaten- enough to accommodate their businesses local businesses who have recently found ing to force the businesses to part ways. In- and small enough to continue the great relationships they have built themselves at a new address. up over time. Despite being the victims of The new spot on Parkers an arson attack a few short Rd is perfect for Nelson's months ago, Frosty’s Towing specialist independent and his work companions 4×4 accessory store, the the 4X4 Centre and New4X4 Centre. Owner Anport Light Engineering are drew or Sav as he is betmoving onwards and upter known along with wards, as well as into their partner Tracy, is pleased new home on Parkers Rd. to be in the new premises On March 9, 3 Frosty’s Towand is now back to helping yard was destroyed and ing local people with their his business along with his 4 wheel drive accessory neighbours were forced out needs. While the move of their shared Vanguard was a challenge, Sav says St home and ever since the Newport Light Engineering owners, Steven aka Scotty and he’s pleased that the three owners have been looking Mark Newport. businesses were able to for another space to continue their services to the community. The stead, Frosty, the Newport brothers Steven move in together again and keep the cathree businesses have coexisted in a work aka Scotty and Mark, alongside Andrew maraderie they share alive. “We all share space share situation for the past few years, Satherley aka Sav, have fought back and a love for cars and 4wds. We’re mates, we get on and work well together, so it’s great that we have been able to stick toNelson gether and find a new home to accommodate us all.” He’s been in the 4x4 business for as long as he can remember, and is happy to share his knowledge and expertise in all things 4wd with the community. The 4×4 Centre offers everything you need to make the

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most of your four wheeling experiences. Whether you go out with your family or your friends, if your vehicle is for the farm, off road adventure or used as your family car, Sav can help. He stocks a huge range of accessories, from 4×4 recovery gear, winches and roof racks to simple items that can make a 4wd of any style safer and more comfortable, no matter what you use your 4WD for. The 4×4 centre is also your one stop specialist roof rack supplier. Known as Roof Racks Nelson, the business sells and fits Nelson's most comprehensive range from well known names such as Rhino-Rack, Thule and Prorack. The range includes roof racks, roof bars, luggage and ski boxes, luggage trays, kayak cradles and cycle racks. While the majority of their client’s are based in Nelson city, having a home in the middle of both town means the Newport brothers, Scotty and Mark can now meet the needs of a wider client base. “We are committed to our existing clients in Nelson, but can now expand into the wider region too, which we see as a huge positive” says Scotty. It’s been a tough job moving their gear in, but the duo are now fully set up in the workshop and the new space is definitely working out for them. So whether it is a tow bar, a ute deck, or any small engineering job for commercial or privately owned vehicles, Newport Light Engineering are the go to guys, and their new premises makes it easier to service the engineering needs of the Nelson Tasman region.

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a positive side to losing our home, and that is that we are to access, is conveniently located and offers plenty of off all still able to work side by side. We are now so centrally based when it comes to the wider Nelson Tasman region.” His years of experience combined with a flat-bed tow truck means he can take on any challenge with recovery or salvage of any vehicle, regardless of how difficult the situation is, is his specialty. Frosty has serviced the Nelson region for over 14 years and is trusted by both police, the public and insurers to take on any recovery mission. As one of the only towing companies in the region to offer covered storage for vehicles, so many people have rallied around Frosty ever since his business 4X4 Centre and Roof Racks Nelson owner Andrew was destroyed. “People have been Satherly, aka Sav. Frosty and his business Frosty’s Towing has moved into great, really supportive. It’s nice to be his new home at 29a Parkers Rd. set up in a new home, and back out their help- street parking. They would like to invite the community to head down and check out their new home at 29a Parktowing services throughout the top of the South Island ing local customers when assistance is needed.” ers Road behind Plasticraft, business hours, Monday to for vehicles of all sizes, from small cars to large trucks, to light trucks. Frosty is well known from recovering vehi- While losing their home has been tough, the 4 x 4 Centre, Friday or call Frosty’s Towing 24 7 on 03 5485474 cles from both accidents or breakdown and says despite Roof Racks Nelson Frosty’s Towing and the grief the arson attack has caused him, the move has Newport Light Engineering would like , tion use? a c o been positive for him too, with easy access and off the to thank the public for their kindness ur l r ho e yo of you v main road convenience at the new site. “There has been and support. Their new home is easy o L red ti but 

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TUESDAY 16 July 2013

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Each week photos from the Nelson Provincial Museum’s “glass plate” collection will run in Nelson Weekly and Waimea Weekly in the hope that more can be found out about them. Right: Mr Woods. Nelson Provincial Museum, Tyree Studio Collection: 32957. Below: Unidentified damaged building. Nelson Provincial Museum, Miscellaneous Collection: 319062. Can you tell us more about these photos? Email details to the museum at: history@

FUNDRAISER: Birchwood School students Renee Ogden-Bell, Shakana Brooks, Max Mallory, Ava Murphy and Talei Brown, all 5, are gearing up for their school's annual fertiliser drive fundraiser. Photo: Sinead Ogilvie.

Fertiliser fundraiser kicks off

Birchwood School’s Annual Fertiliser Drive Please fill out the order form below, attach your cheque payable to BIRCHWOOD SCHOOL and post or deliver to school before Wednesday 31 July 2013. To: Birchwood School (fertiliser drive), 15 Durham Street, Stoke, Nelson All fertiliser will be HOME DELIVERED on Sunday 18th August after 9.00am Type General Garden Fertiliser Lime Lawn Fertiliser Flourish Compost (40ltrs) Rhododendron & Camelia Rose Citrus Nitrophoska Extra

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raiser each year, with many regulars waiting for the Birchwood fertiliser drive to restock their supplies and prepare for their spring gardening. The reasonable price and convenience of home delivery makes it perfect for busy families or elderly garden enthusiasts, with the added benefit of supporting a great, community orientated cause. This year, money raised will go towards upgrading the senior playground, and shade sails for the junior playground, both worthy causes of the fundraiser that is so well supported every year. Treat your garden and support Birchwood School by placing your order for the annual fertiliser drive.

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It’s that time of year again, the students at Birchwood School are preparing for their annual fertiliser drive fundraiser. The popular event provides the community with top quality fertiliser at affordable prices, with the bonus convenience of free delivery. The fertiliser is bagged and delivered by volunteers including parents and teachers, with delivery to be on Sunday August 18. They will even bring the bags into your shed or place them in the garden, wherever you request, a handy and convenient service for those who can’t manage the heavy bags themselves. Simply fill out the order form and bring it to the school, or send it by post, before Wednesday July 31. The school gets a great response to the fund- ‘100% New Zealand Made Gifts’

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75 Ball Trap Championships: Sixteen shooters in attendance; weather condition were cold and very windy making the targets good fun to shoot. High Overall: Wesley Oldham A Grade 1st Neil Simpson; 2nd Lloyd Owen; 3rd Vince Bayley B Grade: 1st Paul Hedwig; 2nd Craig Bason; 3rd Grant Crosbie C Grade: 1st Rob Buchanan; 2nd Barry Tait; 3rd Nick Thorpe Next Shoot July 28, 100 Handicap Skeet – N/S Qualifier, G Pattie Memorial Trophy. 10.00am start, cash or cheque no EFTPOS; morning tea and lunch available Contract; Jacqui Oldham, Secretary 03 547 8473

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When is the best time to service my vehicle. At 5,000 or 10,000kms? For older model cars it is recommended to carry out a service every 6 months or 10,000kms. For cars made in 1998 onwards this can be stretched to 15,000kms or annually. Services will vary from service to service, but the key is to regularly service your vehicle. We will build up a history file on your car so we know what to look for, what needs attention next time, and what can be put into your service schedule further down the track. This service history is a great asset to the value of your car.

What is happening with the changes to the WOF inspections? Nothing as yet, but the changes may be coming as soon as October. The proposed changes at the moment will mean that any car manufactured after 2000 will have an annual WOF inspection rather than a 6 monthly one. For people that use the WOF inspection as a "service checkup" we recommend that they also use our service packages like the Service Lite (see our website for details) - specifically designed for vehicles outside of warranty and a fixed price, no surprises general maintenance option.


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Rabbits retain league crown Phillip Rollo


The Richmond Rabbits are champions once again, edging the Stoke Cobras 23-16 to clinch the Shamel’s Cup for the second consecutive year. Having led 22-8 early in the second half, momentum was certainly swinging towards the Stables Richmond Rabbits with centre Callum Smith finishing off some of the big yards made by his forwards, dotting down for two tries early on. But when substitute fullback Talor Simpson-Brown crossed for the Super Cheap Auto Stoke Cobras, a comeback looked on the cards, as the side was finally able to avoid losing possession in a cheap manner. Josh Allen was next to score for the Cobras, putting his side within striking range, but it was all in vain as a late field goal to Eliot Smith was enough to push the margin to seven, securing a Rabbits win. Rabbits assistant coach Deon Charles was over the moon following the result. “It’s such an amazing feeling,” he says. “It’s all sort of thanks to the culture that has been built at the club and the group of guys that we’ve got are just outstanding individuals, not just on the

field. As long as we can keep that nucleus together and add some new blood the club is definitely in good shape.” Deon credited a staunch Rabbits defensive effort for the win. “Yeah we let in a few tries but to be fair the majority of them were out wide and we defended back-to-back sets on numerous occasions so we can be pleased with how they went.” While Callum came in for praise for

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his impressive display, forwards Hoani Takao and Siaki Peti also had strong games. “I don’t think we can say anybody had a bad game. All of the forwards put their hand up and carried strong.” While the club season is now over, a select few will still carry on playing with the Town vs Country match and Tasman Titans representative fixtures being the focus in the coming weeks.

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rUgbY: The semi-finalists for this year’s Car Company Nelson Bays club rugby competition have been found with Waimea Old Boys and Wanderers the top two qualifiers. Waimea comfortably beat Kahurangi 41-23 at Jubilee Park to cement their top placing and will host the Motueka-based side again this Saturday in the first semi-final. Wanderers, after beating Stoke 42-7 on Saturday, will host Nelson in Brightwater in the second semi with the winners of the two games to play each other in the final at Trafalgar Park the following week. The semi-finals for the third division are also to be held this weekend with Marist hosting Stoke at Trafalgar Park from 2.45pm and Tapawera hosting Rangers in Tapawera at 1.15pm.


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FC Nelson calls on Phoenix stars Phillip Rollo Wellington Phoenix stars Andrew Durante and Leo Bertos were in town on Sunday, taking a training session for FC Nelson. A group of youth players were offered the unique chance to train under the nose of the two full-time professionals who are also members of the All Whites. Martin Workman, president of the largest football club in Nelson, says the opportunity came about following talks with Phoenix player Paul Ifill who was in Nelson recently as a guest speaker for a Nelson Falcons fundraiser. While most of the FC Nelson players had to pay for the training, a select few were given funding by the Haven Sports Trust and the Canterbury Community Trust. "We had a few down here to whom money is a bit of a barrier, including a few refugee kids, so we didn't want anyone to miss out on this chance to get some training with them," he says. "They're fantastic with the kids and really down-to-earth guys." It was initially hoped that Paul would make the trip across the Cook Strait too but he had to be excused after being called up to the A-League All Stars team which will take on Manchester United this Saturday. "He was really keen to come down and

FC Nelson juniors with Wellington Phoenix players Leo Bertos and Andrew Durante at a training day. Photo: Phillip Rollo. do a session. Paul, Dura and Leo do some sessions in Wellington so we said lets do one of those in Nelson. But he obviously couldn't come because he's playing Manchester United. We couldn't really say no to that."

Some FC Nelson senior players were also involved in a separate training session. Martin believed the opportunity would boost the relationship the Wellington Phoenix had with other regions around New Zealand, including Nelson.

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"They're keen to build the football development around the country and they're keen to come back by the sounds of it. They're the only professional team in New Zealand and we want our top kids to aspire to the top level."

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For the third year in a row Stoke's womens rugby team has fallen just short of a Nelson Bays title and for the third year it was the same team in their way. Waimea Old Boys were crowned champions again on Saturday, stellar defence in the dying stages giving the home side a hat trick of titles. For the final ten minutes, down 15-11, it was Stoke making all the play with wave upon wave of Stoke attack thwarted by some desprate defence. Even when awarded a penalty on their own line, Waimea were only able to make ten metres on the kick to touch and were forced to continue their tackling spree after losing the line out. Waimea coach Kane Hart had nothing but praise for his players after the final whistle.

"Defence mate, defence, we're rapt. For the last three finals I've been a part of, they've been very, very close. Stoke are always a formidable side and although we beat them during the season, that counted for nothing today." Stoke coach Cyril Collier was happy with the efforts of his players but says Waimea played a smart game. "She was a tough battle. We had to get it wide to get over the line and that wasn't happening. Their defence was superb, their backline was up really quickly and that left us with no room to move." Cyril says while there were "obvious emotions" in the changing rooms the players deserve to hold their heads high. "Well done to Waimea, they played a smart game but big ups to our girls for making a really tight, tough contest."

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Nelson Dawnbreakers Fishing Club It seems to be this season that whenever the Dawnbreakers organize a trip away the weather decides to pack up. The planned trip to D’urville Island last weekend was cancelled a few days out with, 3m swells and 30 knot plus winds predicted. That proved to be a good decision as the forecast was accurate, but so did the one that saw the club plan two consecutive weekend trips to have a better chance of a success- Brian Fensom with a nice john dory caught in ful day out. Stephens Passage on a Dawnbreakers charter While conditions trip last Saturday. weren’t perfect in Stephens Passage the fishing didn’t With this many boats speeding disappoint. There were all sorts of around the noise will make the species coming over the side. Nice schools breakup and move away. fat blue cod, john dory, tarakihi, Avoid fishing in the big packs of pannie snapper and kingfish to boats and move away to quieter waters and you should get rewarded. name a few. Everyone got in on the action and Another place that has been fishthoroughly enjoyed the day out ing well is Golden Bay. Some good with Seabird Charters. A charter tarakihi and blue cod have been trip is a great way to socialize with caught in and around Separation other anglers and allows skippers Point. with their own boats to kick back On the local front there is still good and relax without all the responsi- fishing to be had around Delaware bility that goes with it on the water. and Cable Bay with gurnard and taFor those with the bigger boats rakihi being caught. Scallop season D’urville Island and around is not too far away but more than Stephens Passage are still producing likely it will be a slow start like last good snapper and kingfish on the season and won’t really kick into right day. Shimano Bottom Ships action until late October, once the and Lucanus slow jigs have worked scallops have put on some condiwell lately to get some really big tion. With the school holidays kicking snapper. The kingfish are a little hit and into gear this week the kids will be miss at present with large numbers raring to go out on the water. Now of boats targeting them making is a great time to get them out as the it hard to keep the noise down. A weather, while cold, will also profew weekends ago no fewer than 40 duce some great warm sunny days boats were counted, congregated in and probably will go a long way to the same location at Stephens tar- giving some parents a nice deserved break. geting kingfish.


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Nelson College prepare for promotion game Nelson College for Girls A threw out a challenge as the top contenders in Grade 1 when they beat Taylors Wanderers on Thursday night with a convincing win. The game was brought forward to bring Grade 1 and the Premier grade into alignment for the promotion /relegation game. Nelson Girls made every post a winning one as they set out to crush Taylors Wanderers being up 12-3 at the first break. There was no let up in the second quarter taking it 11-4. The sizeable margin enabled coach, Kathryn Orange to rest some key players as they are heading to the New Zealand Age Group in Wellington. The intensity was maintained to take out the game 37-23. With Taylors Wanderers squeezing past rival Cougars 31-30 earlier on Saturday, the result of the Nelson College and Richmond Robbie’s Bar & Bistro game was elementary as regardless of the outcome the college team could not be overtaken at the top of the table. Nelson College were slow to start against sixth seed Richmond, they struggled for flow through court and appeared tentative on the release particularly in their offensive third. They were without their regular centre Nicole Drummond and while young Paige Woodall got the ball away from the centre pass it was second phase where it broke down. The teams were tied at 6 all at the first break. Wing attack, Ellie Bell and Paige switched bibs for the second quarter and the change paid immediate dividends. Ellie was dynamic through court, but more importantly she hit the circle edge for the optimum feed. Nelson increased their lead to 16-12 at the major break. Young shooters Abbey Franklin and Danielle Kerwin come in for some close attention

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Netball Reporter from experienced Richmond defenders Janelle McGregor and Jenelle Strickland, however once they found their rhythm and settled into their work rate they became a force to be reckoned with. Nelson’s defensive duo of Merekara McGuinnetty and Rosa Edwards were a formidable unit, they have formed a splendid understanding of one another’s play which enables Merekara to go out hunting. Their work was made easier by the work done on the outside of the circle by their wing defence - Kea McGuinnetty in the first half and Alice Hazlett in the second. Kea also impressed when she replaced her sister at goal keep for the final stanza. Richmond coach, Deb Vincent made a number of changes for the third quarter with the introduction of Jess Whinui at goal defence and moving Jenelle Strickland from keeper to the goal shoot. The blue team were up to the challenge defensively when they restricted their more experienced opposition to only eight goals in the second half. Nelson’s shooters Abbey and Danielle were on top of their game as they rotated the circle to return commendable statistics. Nelson College will now face Prices Pharmacy A in the promotion / relegation game on Sunday 28 July Club netball takes a break this week with the Nelson Under 19 team competing at the New Zealand Age Group Tournament in Wellington.

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Nelson College for Girls centre Ellie Bell makes a pass during Saturday's game against Richmond at Saxton Courts. Photo: Phillip Rollo.

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Zoe hopes to extend stay with Tactix Phillip Rollo

FC Nelson Sprig & Fern's Nigel Hale controlls the ball in front of a Richmond Athletic defender during the side's 1-1 draw at Jubilee Park on Saturday. The result means FC Nelson remains in second place in the Nelson Bays Football first division with Nelson College in third and Richmond on top, but both FC Nelson and Nelson College have two games in hand. Photo: Andrew Board.

The curtain has only just closed on the 2013 ANZ Championship but Nelson’s Zoe Walker has already pledged her future to the EasiYo Tactix – well, informally anyway. The former Waimea College student was a regular in the Canterbury side during her inaugural season but is now off contract. Despite this, Zoe hopes her first year efforts were enough to cement a spot in the squad long term. “I really loved being in the team this year so Canterbury is somewhere I definitely want to stick around,” she says. “There were a lot of players in the team that were in their first year so if we keep the bulk of us together then it could be something exciting in the future.” Thrown in the deep end on debut, Zoe was marking Silver Fern sharpshooter Irene Van Dyk at the Trafalgar Centre. While the Tactix received a heavy defeat in that game, Zoe put in a credible shift, highlighted by an impressive block on the 211 cap international. With two games played in Nelson this season, you would assume Zoe would have revelled with the hometown crowd cheering her name, but the 19 year old admits it probably made her even more nervous. “I don’t know if I’d say it made it easier, I was petrified but it was cool to have the first game in Nelson.” After playing 13 games, including ten starts, Zoe was clearly pleased with the faith shown in her by coach Leigh Gibbs, even though she was the youngest member of the squad. “I thought I’d just get a quarter here, a quarter there but to get the amount of court time I did was quite surprising. I was very lucky.” And as for the Tactix record of two wins and 11 losses, Zoe admits it was a tough season for the team. “Obviously the disappointment is some-

Zoe Walker in action for Canterbury Tactix this season. Photo: Phillip Rollo. thing that you don’t like to get used to. Even though there were so many challenging times we stuck together as a group really well, supported each other and I think that’s what kept us going. It was definitely challenging, frustrating but you just have to learn from it.” But overall, looking back to where she was last year, struggling to contain the tall timber in an under-21 international against Australia, Zoe believes she has come a long way. “The amount I’ve learnt this year I’m going to benefit from hugely. I went down to watch the Waimea College girls last week and it’s kind of weird thinking that this was me just a couple of years ago. It feels like a lifetime ago that I was playing for school but this has just happened so fast and you don’t really get time to look back at it.” Zoe will now look towards the World Under-21 Netball Championship in Scotland in August. With a few niggling injuries, she has decided to pull out of a national under-23 competition to focus solely on getting to Glasgow.


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FIBRO HYDRO-CISE. Hydrotherapy for Fibromyalgia. Gentle exercise to manage pain, stretch & relax your mind & muscles. Starts Thurs 1 Aug, 3.30-4.30pm, $6, Ngawhatu pool, Stoke. Call Angie 5470198 or just turn-up LIam PHILLIPS, author of the bestselling book Curing The Incurable, is in town to run a free informative talk about how he changed that incurable & terminal disease. This is what he calls The Third Way (The title of his talk); Wed 17 July, NMIT Room A174, 7pm. Liam will also be available to speak with individuals after the talk, during refreshments. aNGIE'S aQUaFITNESS Exhilarating & motivating aqua class. Superb way to get back into activity in warm water pool. All abilities shapes & sizes welcome. Tues 10.45-11.45am, Thurs 6-7pm, $7, Ngawhatu Pool , Stoke Angie 547 0198 DIVORCED? SEPaRaTED? Find hope, help, healing. Divorce Care. 13 week DVD course. Starts Thurs 8 Aug. 7:30-9:30pm. Grace Church lounge, Lower Queen St. $5 per week, includes workbook & supper. / text 0274193035 & we'll call you on a landline. LINE DaNCING 10.30-12 for beginners/ progressive, all ages & gender, gentle exercise, cardio workout, social friendship & fun. $5 Nelson Suburban Club. Info ph Diane 03 54 79280 0274 491 569 NELSON TRamPING CLUB invites you: 21 July, Mt. Campbell-medium, 27 July, Gordon's Knob-medium, 3 Aug, Riordans Hut-fit. See programme online for details aLZHEImERS Nelson is hosting a series of information sessions for the community. Stoke Baptist Church, Main Rd, Wed, 24 July, 10am. 546 7702 for more details. STOKE PLaYGROUP is running through school holidays. 9-11am Mon & Wed in the hall next to St Andrews Church, upper Songer St. Children $2, family $3, babies under 1 year old free. Phone Leah on 547 3788. NELSON DISTRICT PaRENT CENTRE is looking for donations of 4 ply wool for community projects. If you have any spare email zoehoog66@ NaYLaND KINDERGaRTEN Fundraiser MOVIE NIGHT – THE HEAT Wed 31 July 7.30pm @ The Suter. Join us for a fun night! Tickets $20 include a glass of wine & a sweet treat. Ph 5475441 or VICTORY COmmUNITY aSSOCIaTION is holding a movie fundraiser at the Suter. Fri 16 Aug 7.30pm White Lies. $20 with a complementary wine or beer & nibbles If you would like to purchase a ticket you can pay by internet banking. Please put your name and movie as a reference. Victory Community Association trust, Kiwi bank account # 38-9004-045920700 and we will have your ticket on the door. Or contact Margo on 545 7149 / 027 4040036 or Aimee 545 6518 / 027 6979270 TRaNS PaCIFIC PaRTNERSHIP aGREEmENT A vote will be held 18 July 9am at Council Chambers to adopt the Nelson Resolution. Show your support for this positive action initiated by the people of Nelson to keep the Sovereignty of NZ and Democracy for the people. Email BaLL - DaNCESPORT Nelson presents -The Mid Winter Ball. Panama Boys playing live. Refreshments & Supper provided. Ballroom, Latin, New Vogue. Sat 27 July

Richmond School Hall. 7.30pm. Tickets only $35. Put your glad rags on & contact Pauline 547 4523. aRE YOU BREaSTFEEDING? Join us at The Big Latch On Fri 2 August from 10am at the Victory Community Centre. Spot Prizes to win & morning Tea provided. Ph Tara 0212772098 or mum4mum@ for more details. ENNER GLYNN PLaYCENTRE Movie Night Fundaiser. The Heat, 30 July 7.30pm at the Suter. $20, includes a glass of wine & a sweet treat. Fun night out. Contact Tara 0276306187 or FRIENDS OF NELSON LIBRaRY Jane Stafford & Mark Williams speak on editing "The Auckland University Press Anthology of New Zealand Literature" 2pm Sun 21 July. Elma Turner Library Halifax St. Nelson, $2. All welcome. Andrea 5460403 THE HImaLaYaS My World - A Child's Perspective at G Space Gallery, N.M.I.T. Nile St, 23 July - 1 Aug. Photography of Nepal by Cally Stockdale, Tibetan & Nepali music & dance, drawings & photos from the Kailash Bodhi School in Jumla, Nepal. Opening 7pm 25 July. All welcome. BROaDGREEN HISTORIC HOUSE Holiday activity for children. Find the article & what it was used for. "What is IT?" Daily 10.30 - 4.30. 276 Nayland Rd. Stoke SENIORNET Nelson, a computer group for over 50s, "Downloads & discussion" 2pm, Wed 17 July, SeniorNet rooms, Pioneers Park, Hastings St (opp. Spotlight). Anyone over 50 and interested in computers is welcome. Ph 5469349 VSa FUNDRaISER cookbook “BEEN THERE, ATE THAT. Favourite recipes of Nelson’s returned VSA volunteers - Bin inn Nelson, Eat Me Fruit & Veg St Vincent St and Gallery & Cafe 111 Bridge St. Sandy 5489302 or STOKE SENIORS. Thurs 18 July Bastille Day commemoration from 11am. Ooh la la! Enjoy excerpts from "Allo, Allo" then a French Speciality meal at midday. $12. Musical entertainment by Anne Spear & Christine Grove on accordion, 1.30pm. Don’t forget to wear your blue, white & red national colours. Please book. Tues 23 July, the Highlights singing group perform their musical mix from the 50's & 60's, 1.30pm. Tues 30 July Ken & David Quartet entertain with popular show songs & others, 1.30pm All concerts - $3 entry (includes afternoon tea) unless otherwise stated. Stoke Seniors Hall, 548 Main Rd, (behind Memorial Hall) 547 2660 / DYSLEXIC? A free course for working adults. Learn new strategies for paperwork, memory & organisation. Weds evenings for 8 weeks starting 7 August. Adult Learning Support Ph. 548 3041, www. NELSON SQUaSH CLUB 50th Anniversary Reunion 2 Nov. Past members & friends register now to REGULaR EVENTS STOKE SIT & BE FIT previously at Stoke Methodist, now at Indoor Bowls building Songer St, opp Neale Ave. Welcome New comers. Tuesdays 10am. $2. Ph: 5464670. NELSON WOODTURNING CLUB 50 Sovereign St, Nelson. Great hobby, good fun & good company. Create your own gifts or come and learn to turn. Ph Donald 5451339, Alan 9232158. SOCIaL TaBLE TENNIS Join us at Club

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Waimea, Richmond Mon & Fri mornings from 9am Morning tea provided ALL WELCOME Ph Karen 5473005 for details EUCHRE: Tues 1-4pm Stoke Bowling Club 18a Ranui Rd. (behind Stoke School). Venue warm & cosy! Ph 547 7440 FRIENDS OF THE QUEENS GaRDENS help keep the Gardens looking their best. We meet weekly. Ellen 546 6533. ENGLISH CONVERSaTION GROUP friendly informal meeting every Weds 4.30-6pm. Main hall behind Trinity Church, Nile St. International Students, new residents & visitors welcome. Info phone Bill 5458 5844 or Rachael 548.9488 SmaRT HEaRTS exercise/fitness circuit in Tahuna with seated options supporting people with heart disease. Fun while you get fitter with information/speakers. Info call Shirley 547 1433 or 021 121 8023 SIT aND BE FIT Victory Community Centre Tues & Victory Community Church (238 Upper Vanguard St) Thurs, 10am. Fun while you get fitter, work at your level. Shirley 547 1433 / 021 121 8023 RUSTY RIDERS: Not been on a bicycle for a while? Regain your confidence with this fun group, bikes provided, along with support & tips to get you back in the saddle. Meet 1pm Tues. Ph Tahunanui Community Centre 548 6036 for details. LEaRN TO SPEaK WITH CONFIDENCE: Let us motivate & encourage you to step outside your comfort zone & gain the skills you need. Join Powertalk International, Waimea Club - meets in Annesbrook twice monthly. Peggy 539 0477 or Linda 544 7823. ENGLISH CONVERSaTION GROUP Thurs 7pm Nelwan Building, 10 Kerr St, Nelson. Transport from Stoke Library 6.40pm. Lesson, drinks & snacks, friendship $3 Ph Michelle 027 499 2354, Saori 027 333 8806 Japanese SPaCE is looking for babies aged 0-3months to join our programmes in the Nelson region. SPACE is for first time parents & their babies-weekly sessions include opportunities to meet other parents, discussions on child development & parenting, music and activities. Marie Lenihan 03 545 2017 or RICHmOND JOGGERS Meeting weekly. Entry level group for walkers wanting to learn to jog. Contact Sarah 923 2313 or All Welcome & No Charge!! RICHmOND WaLKERS Entry level group, focussing on the social & enjoyment aspects of walking rather than speed. Contact Sarah 923 2313 or Sarah.H@ No Charge HOUSIE Stoke rugby football club. Corner Neale Ave & Songer St. Weds 7-15pm. 50 houses, 2 line bingo, super house and supper. Call John Rogers. Ph (03)5471689 WaImaRama COmmUNITY GaRDENS: No Working Bees until further notice, winter hibernation. But you can donate a little time to the community and join the Trustees of Waimarama Community Gardens. Monthly meetings plan activities for these Brook Valley Gardens. Ph 548 1990 or email CaRDS 500 Mon 1-4pm. Hearing house, 354 Trafalgar Sq, Nelson. Afternoon tea included $2 donation. Very limited parking Ph John 545 9304 or Rose 545 8695 GET COOKING Learn how to cook healthy food on a budget, no experience

necessary. Mon 9-11.30am 13 May-24 June. 16yrs + $2 per session. Victory Community Centre THE NaYLaND BaDmINTON CLUB: Stoke Memorial Hall, Weds Juniors(8-12years), 4-5.30pm. Seniors(1318years), 5.30-7pm. Incl. warm up, coaching & organised games. Racquets & shuttlecocks provided. $4 casual or $35 per term. Aimee 545 6518 or Sue 547 2484. FREE WEEKLY a/HOURS NURSING CLINIC Tues 5.30-8pm. Checks, assessments, info, blood pressure, minor illness, for other services. Victory Community Health Centre 2 Totara St. 546 8385 INNER WHEEL Friendship, fun & involvement in your local community. For details phone Sharon 5448312 BaDmINTON Trafalgar Badminton Club plays on Mon, Nelson College for Girls' gym, Rutherford St/Bronte St. corner. Juniors 6-7.30pm, Seniors 7.30-9pm Martin 5489710. All abilities welcome. FRIDaY NIGHT INDOOR BOWLS Try it at St Andrews Upper Songer St Stoke 7pm Fri evenings. Non competitive a good social activity Ph 547 3329 NELSON CamERa CLUB Meets 2nd & 4th Mon each month at Nelson Netball Clubrooms Saxton Field Pavilion Stoke. 7.30-10.30 (approx) Ph Peter Wise 03 548 8090 STOKE INDOOR BOWLING CLUB meets every Tues at the Warnes Stadium, Songer St, Stoke @ 7pm. New members welcome, social & competitive bowls. Coaching given. K.Forsyth 547 7485 THE SPINNERS meet every 2nd & 4th Thurs, The weavers the 3rd Thurs at 9-30am. The felting group meet the 3rd Thurs at 11.30am .Bring your lunch & join us we have a lot of laughs. Learners & newcomers welcome. Birch Hall, Richmond Showground’s. Call Mary 547 2611 BaDmINTON: Thurs nights 7.30-9.30, Stoke Memorial Hall. Must be 30yrs & over, come & give it a go. All abilities welcome. $3 a night. Janette 547 2366 or Tracey 547 6460 INDOOR BOWLS: Wakapuaka Club plays at Clifton Tce School Hall 7pm Tues. Friendly active club for all ages. Come & try, coaching available. New members welcome. Fred 5483541, Brian/Kay 5450542 SCOTTISH DaNCING: The Nelson club dance every Thurs 7.45pm at the YMCA, 156 Toi Toi St, Nelson. No partner needed, wear comfortable clothes and soft shoes. For more call Kelly 547-5721. STOKE-TaHUNaNUI Rotarians would like to hear from people interested in becoming members, (young & young at heart, men & woman) keen in giving something back to our community, as well as having some fun along the way. Google John 5473408. GaRDENING GROUP: Keen to meet others with an interest in Gardening? Tahunanui Community Centre has an established garden group that meets the 1st Wed of each month. Contact Jo at TCC for details of next meeting 548 6036. WaY2GO WaLKING GROUP: 9.45am Thurs Meet at Tahunanui Community Centre. Bring gold card (or $6) as sometimes we bus & walk, sometimes just walk! Join us! Ph Jo for info 5486036. NaNa CRaFT: Share crafts that Nanas know, knitting, crochet, stitching. Bring lunch, share projects. Weds 12.30-2.45pm, Pomeroys coffee $2 Donation,Victory Community Centre

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Ph: 027 244 8870 A/h: 547 1389



Drainage & Construction Tasman LTD

Driving School

• Registered Drainlayers (residential & commercial) • Sewage Treatment (design,supply, install & service) • Blocked Drains • Video Camera & Drain Inspection • Waterblasting • Excavator & Truck Hire to suit job

Phone 543 8243 gArDEn ToolS

Low cost

lawnmower services We sharpen & Fix: Rotary Mowers Hand Mowers Reel Mowers Hedge Trimmer Line Trimmers Hand Tools Chainsaws

Licences for Classes 2, 3, 4, 5, P, W, T, R, F Forklift & LCP courses P. 03 525 8100 M. 027 3236 298


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Appointment Necessary

Ph: 547 7588 Behind Mobil Station Behind Mobil Station Ph 03 547 7588 www.mobilstoke.c wow. n wz. m o b i l s t o k e . c o . n z Driving lESSonS DYnAMiC BAlAnCing www.m Ph 03 547 7588 Behind Mobil Station Behind Mobil Station Behind Station Marine & Mobil Industrial

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• Friendly & Patient • Female Instructor • Gift Vouchers available



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Nelson (Head Office) 136 Vanguard Street Phone: 546 6188 e:


Need help? Get those Jobs done at Affordable rates to Make your life Easier! So why not ..

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simon noake Qualified painter & decorator

All internal & external decorating Ph: 03 541 0353 Mob: 021 751 073


Work Place First Aid Courses July: 19, 26, 27 Aug: 6, 15, 23, 30, 31 Sept: 12, 20, 27, 28

Ph 544 9180 Corporate Rates Available

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All Insurance Claims Panelbeating Chassis Straightening Repaints 2-pack Touch Ups Call Tony Johnston

90 vAngUArD ST nElSon ph: 548 3954 027 548 3954

Specialists in Large Vehicle Body Repair & Refinishing

Insurance & Private

- Renovations - New Houses - Small Jobs Call Craig 027 678 4816 or AH 545 0655 Oceanview Electrical Ltd


Heatpump Servicing

85 Improve the performance $

and the life of your heatpump Phone

0800 448 446 Steve Fletcher

Ph: 0800 726 765

on your car?


Quick, Low coSt RemovaL

Mobile Service Serving Nelson for 15 years

call Richard

 Panelbeating-structural or minor  Spraypainting-resprays/touch ups  Curtainsider protection coating


Locally owned Fully qualified electricians Competitive rates Residential ‐ new and old Commerical


or 547 4038

Quick - Efficient Professional


Call Dave, Brent or Tristan today


Fully Trained, Security Screened

Your Local Sparky 0800 827 772

Dynamic Balancing Drive Shaft Repairs

Phone Caress 021 270 6124

545 1053

ph 5468680

021 0235 2728

Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning

027 8888 010 or 547 1500

68 Buxton Square, Nelson



Phone now on

10 Kebal Place Stoke

0274 071 328

Ph: 548 3836



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Pensioner discounts Free consultation Experienced Reliable 539 6489 or 021 370 059 Email:

Aboki Hairdressers

Interior & exterior New homes Wall papering Repaints & renovations

Specialising in 10%


Need a new Grace Hairdresser Stylist? Women - $20 $20 Men - $10 off any service Children - $10

Free pick-up & Delivery

Painter and decorator


$30 WOF


Based in Stoke

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Ph 548 5144 121 Pascoe Street

Passport photos Camera repairs VHS-DVD transfers

For all maintenance on;

191 Trafalgar St, Ph: 548 9886

544 8059

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021 176 2986

Unit 10 150 Vanguard St

Ph 541 0008 027 650 5605

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