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Hospo delight at RWC spending After a slow start to the expectations,” says Michael month, Nelson businesses Graham, an owner at 623 In have hit top gear as Rugby the City. World Cup fans flock to the Even on the days that games city, with hospitality busi- aren’t on, Michael estimates nesses seeing the biggest im- a 50-100 percent increase in trading. pact on their bottom line. Restaurants and bars spoken With two more games in to by Nelson Weekly say the Nelson this week, some busipast week has been huge trad- nesses are bracing for anothing-wise. 623 in the City say er bumper week. The news they are looking wasn’t as good at big increases for Warwick in turnover beYoung, of New cause of the visThe walk up crowd Zealand Rent itors in town for was massive, beyond A Car though. the cup. our expectations. “We had the Hopgood’s head worst first week chef Aaron Bal– Michael Graham. in September in lantyne says the first couple of weeks leading 15 years, 50 percent down on up to the Nelson games were last year, it seems everybody very quiet, but after a busy was sitting back waiting for week for the Trafalgar St res- the World Cup to start. We taurant says: “The tourists are are ahead now but it’s not what you would call a bonandefinitely in town now”. One major trend that has za,” he says. been replicated in our re- Car and campervan rentgion from other host cities is als around the country have seen one of the largest jumps spending in bars. “The walk up crowd after the in turn over, but that figure Russia-Italy match last TuesSEE PAGE 2 day was massive, beyond our
STARS AND STRIPES: Kaitlyn Carter, 11, gets ready for the Main St Parade down Queen St in Richmond yesterday. The parade was to welcome the United States rugby team, who play Italy tonight at Trafalgar Park as part of the Rugby World Cup. Photo: Phillip Rollo.
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Local character and restaurant owner Ste- ders earlier in the week. fano Bonazza is enjoying the perks of the In a bumper few hours prior to the Italy, office as he has been unofficially adopted Russia match Stefano produced 200 pizas the “ambassador” to the visiting Italian zas, bringing the total for the day to close rugby team. As well as breaking all sorts to 375, a new record that “was insane and of trading records, Stefano has developed very impressive”, says Stefano who estisuch a close relationship with the team, he mates business has more than doubled hosted a barbeque for the Italian players at from September last year. a “secret location” on Saturday. The feeling at the lunch was very contented with players relaxing on hammocks and listening to some Kiwi dub and reggae. The comforts of home were afforded to the players, who must now be tiring of even the finest hotels day after day. On the menu was probably the most rare beef you have ever seen at a barbque in New Zealand and sparkling water. Stefano’s familiarity with the Italian team extends to his roots, being from the same village as Italian rake Fabio Ongaro. “On Friday I delivered 30 pizzas to the hotel as it is Ongaro’s birthday,” says Scrum linchpin Martin Castrogiovanni relaxes with Stefano, who had a “dramat- Stefano Bonazza at a players’ barbeque on Saturday. ic” experience with large or- Photo: Jonathan McKeown.
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is mainly due to long-term hires in the main centres, with Nelson companies generally reporting one or two day hires around cup games. Visitor numbers to Nelson have been increasing all month but certainly peaked on Tuesday and Wednesday last week as figures from the Nelson i-Site showed a 140 percent increase in people through the door from the first week of September. Although manager Selena Murray says it
appears most visitors are only staying for a couple of days after the games. While the impact on hospitality and rental car firms has been good, retailers are reporting that the influx of visitors has made an impact, but not significantly dollar-wise. However, a common sentiment amongst retailers spoken to by the Nelson Weekly say the benefits from the cup may not just have a monetary value. “The atmosphere in the city, it’s probably one of the best feelings I have experienced in the city full stop,” says Michael.
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Aldo Miccio and Italian players Matteo Pratichetti and Lorenzo Cittadini surprise the children at Learning Land in Nelson. RWC volunteer and educator Rita Serfontein mentioned to Aldo in passing that an Italian visit would be nice. She didn’t expect it and was “totally surprised” when the trio came to visit. Photo: Jonathan McKeown.
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USA target Italians in RWC swansong Jonathan McKeown The Italian team are in for a mighty challenge as Eagles’ coach Eddie O’Sullivan revealed they had always targeted tonight’s game as a big one. It is a dangerous situation for Italy as the Americans know this is their last game in the tournament and will throw everything they have left at “Gli Azzuri”. Strong defence and structured performances has been a trademark for the Eagles in 2011. After beating Russia and restricting Ireland to a 12 point victory, the USA rotated their squad, changing 14 players in their heavy defeat to the Wallabies. With just three days off in between matches the changes were almost a necessity, but as the top XV were named to play there was an expectation that the USA would put in a performance to be proud of. Their talismanic leader Todd Clever returns, the North American rugby player of the decade ran around for North Habour in 2006. Veteran prop Mike MacDonald appears in his 11th World Cup match, a record for his country. Highlanders’ flyer James Paterson will return to the ground that holds fond memories of an up-
set win over the Crusaders, while on the other wing waits Takudzwa Ngwenya, who famously stood-up Brian Habana and beat him for pace to score one of the best tries at the 2007 World Cup. Meanwhile Italy still hope to make the quarterfinals, to achieve this they will need a bonus point win and even then it will come down to their last pool game against Ireland on Sunday. That’s where Nick Mallett faces major dilemma, he will want to rest stars like Martin Castrogiovanni and in-form loose-forward Sergio Parisse, but if it is still close after an hour, he may have to rethink that strategy. Italy and the USA have met on two previous occasions, at the 1991 world cup, Italy won by 21 points and in 2004 the margin was reduced to 18 points. This will be a much tighter match than the Russian game, but expect Italy’s class to prevail through experience and scrum dominance. There is however an outside chance that the USA could take this to the wire. If Clever can hassle Parisse and MacDonald gains any form of parity with Castrogiovanni the USA could leave a lasting impact on Nelson, the Italians and the shape of the play-offs.
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Locals get into 7’s action International stars and up-and-coming local talent highlighted the Tasman Invitational Sevens Tournament as the Turf Buccaneers took home the win and the USA Eagles made a cameo on the sidelines. The tournament was the first of the three days of Rugby World Cup activities happening in Tasman as part of the Richmond Festival. The Buccaneers, featuring Crusaders fullback Tom Marshall, Tasman Makos captain Andrew Goodman and New Zealand Sevens international Shane Christie, came from three tries down to take the final 38-26 over the Wolf Pack, from the Marist club. All the usual Nelson stars; Kim Bateman,
Loui Harvey, Mitchell Scott and Willis Scott also made heavy contributions in the win. Tournament organiser and former US international Anthony Holder says the skill level in all grades was fantastic. “Everyone should be proud of the way they played,” he says. “It’s great for the spectators to come out and see guys that are on the national and international stage playing in a Sevens tournament in Richmond.” Wanderers claimed the B Grade title, while Nelson College cruised to victory in the Under-18 grade and Blenheim club Toa Whenua Ki Wairau were victors in the Under-13s. All-in-all 23 teams took part on the day.
Tom Marshall avoids the tackle from Corey McClelland at the Tasman Seven’s tournament on Sunday. Photo: Phillip Rollo.
Rugby World Cup in the art gallery’s as well
The makeup of school groups visiting Nelson’s Suter Art Gallery has undergone a sudden transformation, but the reason for the increase in dads and granddads coming along as parent helpers, isn’t that mysterious. “As staff we have been chuckling about it,” says gallery director Julie Catchpole, who credits ‘The Match: Portraits of New Zealand Rugby Players’ with attracting ‘good old Kiwi blokes’ to the gallery. “I can’t recall when we have had such an explicit sports theme before,” says Julie. But she does know the it has been very busy with school groups. The majority have been taking their classes in the rugby room learning about sportsmanship as well as making their own art. “People can relate to the photos because almost everyone has been to a game and know what the athletes must be feeling when they leave the field, for better or worse. “A lot of the guys depicted are at their most unglamorous moment,” says Julie, referring to the collection by British photographer, David Matches. The range captures a snapshot of New Zealand rugby from All Blacks to rural club players and you can certainly see the difference between Dan Carter and those that only play rugby on the weekends. The portraits are only one third of the current exhibition carefully chosen for the overarching occasion of Rugby World Cup. Also featuring is Italian sculptor Chiara Corbelletto, so there is a “link” for the strong Italian community in Nelson and the team we are hosting. The last feature draws from the Nelson region itself. Nelson is known for its “most fabulous scenery, when you’re not watching rugby” Julie jokes. And as the Suter has New Zealand’s biggest John Gully collection “it is something unique and special we have to offer”. Gully, a surveyor and one time teacher at Nelson College, depicts landscapes in Nelson and the West Coast. ‘Site Rescene’ was selected to showcase our local artists, who chose a Gully work and used it for inspiration 100-andsomething years later. Not that a landscape is any use if you can’t put up a pair of posts and play rugby on it.
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Future green for Nelson Fifty years from now Nelson will be a very green place, clinging proudly to its 49 year title of New Zealand’s solar capital. At least that’s the plan. Nelson City Council has released a draft of its “vision” for the city, a blueprint for guiding the region to a more sustainable future, and it is now hoping for public input on the document. The vision has been based on the input of hundreds of Nelsonians through a range of community, school, business and mayoral taskforce workshops. With it now drafted, mayor Aldo Miccio says council needs to hear if people agree with this vision for Nelson in 2060. “I encourage everyone to read it and tell us if it sounds like the kind of place you, your friends and your family would want to live in 50 years time.” Among the key points in the vision is a drop in dependence on fossil fuels for transport, well designed housing built around community gardens
and a vibrant central city with quality open spaces. But it will not just be transport and housing that takes its sustainably seriously, businesses will be at the forefront of the industry, hopes council. “Nelson 2060 has developed strengths in the fields of research into, and the marketing of, renewable energy technologies. Nelson’s businesses understand and actively pursue business models built on sustainable development. New food production technologies have enhanced and extended our food security. Industry sectors such as agriculture, horticulture, aquaculture and technology are benefiting from the continued upsurge in the solar economy. Cultural tourism and local retail are flourishing,” it reads. The full vision is available on the council website, www.nelsoncitycouncil.co.nz/framing-our-future-the-vision/ or hard copies are available at council office and libraries. Feedback on the vision is invited until Friday October 21.
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GO FOR IT SON: Wendy Mannering, mother of Warriors captain Simon, is flying to Sydney this weekend to watch her son lead the Warriors in just their second NRL grand final appearance. Photo: Andrew Board.
Mum behind Warrior son As captain of the Vodafone Warriors, Simon Mannering is getting support nation-wide as he prepares to lead his team in the NRL grand final this Sunday, but the most important is yet to come. Mum Wendy Mannering and her partner are jetting out to Sydney on Friday to watch her Nelson-raised son in the biggest moment of his career.
Wendy says she has been yelling and screaming at the television all season as the Warriors led their fans on a whirl-wind year, eventually ending up in the grand final. “I can’t wait, the atmosphere will be awesome, I’ll probably start crying when he comes out on the field.” The former Nelson College student won’t be short on family members at the game. His father and his
partner will also attend, as will his Sydney-based sister and Aucklandbased girlfriend. Even his older brother is attempting to get leave from the Army to attend the game. Wendy says she is proud of Simon and if he can get through the first 10 minutes she will be able to relax a bit. “That’s when they hit the hardest, after that it’s ok.”
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Mayor backs ‘hug an Aussie day’ While the rest of New Zealand gives our Australian cousins a tough time during the Rugby World Cup, Nelson is preparing to show the love. Nelson mayor Aldo Miccio yesterday urged Nelson to get behind ‘hug an Aussie day’, to be held Wednesday (tomorrow). The Australian team arrive in Nelson tomorrow ahead of their pool C clash against Russia at Trafalgar Park this Saturday. The arrival is expected to be accompanied by several thousand Wallaby fans. “We want to send a clear message that we don’t hate Australians, we love them, although we will most likely support Russia. But we do want them to feel welcome in our
town,” says Aldo. Aldo decided to launch the idea to help Nelson in its quest to be the country’s best host. He says being married to an Australian and with two Australian-born children he is in a good position to help our Aussie neighbours have a good time. “I think it’s great if we can give our Anzac brothers and sisters a big welcome.” This week is the biggest for Nelson during the cup, with two games in the city in five days, featuring four different countries, Russia, Italy, United States and Australia. So if you see someone dressed like a lemon tomorrow give ‘em a hug, says Aldo. “Let’s give them the best experience they’ve ever had.”
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TAKE THAT: Jeremy Matthews, of the Suits tug-of-peace team, celebrates victory over a rugby supporters team at the Hospice fundraiser with from left; Dene Biddlecombe, Bill Dahlberg, Ben Douglas and Lee Babe. Nelmac went on to win retain their title, toppling Talley’s in the best of three final. The annual event, held at the top end of Trafalgar St last Wednesday, raised $1600 for the Hospice. Teams from several Nelson businesses took part in the event. Photo: Andrew Board.
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Season sails into action The Tasman Bay Cruising Club started its new season on Sunday with a bang – quite literally. The club welcomed MP Maryan Street to officially open the season, with a miniature cannon even wheeled in for the occasion. Its boom, loud for its size, got the season underway for the club over a spectacular Nelson Marina. Club commodore Dr Phil Silva says there was a great atmosphere amongst the club leading up to the day, with a packed calendar awaiting its members. “We take our racing very seriously in the club so our members were excited in anticipation for the season.” With a membership of 300-plus, the club caters for most yacht and launch owners and next year will celebrate 25 years. Club member Kevin Skelton says Wednesday night racing is a stable for the club and anyone wanting to give sailing a go
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Nelson news now printed around NZ News from Nelson will now be printed all over the country, thanks to a new partnership between Nelson Weekly and APNZ. Last week, APNZ editor Chris Reed approached Nelson Weekly and its sister paper Waimea Weekly, both locally-owned, about supplying stories from the top-of-the-south to its new news service. The photographs and articles will then be available for other newspapers to pick up and run. APNZ is helping fill the gap left by the closure of NZPA, a significant source of news and photos to New Zealand media for more than 130 years. It delivers a package of news, sport, business and lifestyle content to APN New Zealand’s 52 daily, Sunday and community newspapers and nzherald.co.nz. It also services independent partners, including the Otago Daily Times, Gisborne Herald, Ashburton Guardian and the Greymouth Evening Star. APN is the second largest publisher of newspapers in New Zealand after the Australian-owned Fairfax, owners of The Nelson Mail and Leader. The first Nelson Weekly-reported story hit the wire last Tuesday, reporting the re-enactment of New Zealand’s first rugby match at the Botanics
Reserve; it was printed in the Otago Daily Times and Ashburton Guardian. Chris says the relationship is important for APNZ and helps it get the best news from around the country. “We’re delighted by our new relationship with the Nelson Weekly and Waimea Weekly. APNZ is a truly national news-gathering organisation and we’re thrilled they can help us relay news and information from a beautiful part of New Zealand to the rest of the country.” Nelson Weekly editor Andrew Board says the relationship shows how important Nelson is news-wise to the rest of the country. “We have some of the most exciting people and innovative businesses here and national editors now want to get these stories in their newspapers.” Publisher of the Weekly’s, Steve Page, was just as enthusiastic: “At the end of the day this relationship will be great for Nelson, not only can we get you in Nelson city’s largest circulating newspaper, but we can now promote Nelson to the rest of New Zealand as well.” If you have a news story that has national significance, Andrew says give him or his team of reporters a call on 548 4949.
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Nelson man and Royal New Zealand Navy midshipman Ryan Brewerton was back home this week onboard his ship HMNZS Rotoiti. Photo: Andrew Board. Eight months in the Navy and only once has Nelson man Ryan Brewerton had to reach for the sea-sickness pills. Even that couldn’t put him in a downer about his new job. “I love being in the Navy, the challenges, every day is a new challenge and every day you learn something new.” Ryan was back home this week after his ship HMNZS Rotoiti docked at Port Nelson on Friday. The Midshipman was greeted by a proud family and for just the second time since he enrolled, he’s been able to sleep in his own bed again. Father Mark says he is happy to see his son home, even if only for a few days. “As a par-
ent all you can do is teach them honesty and respect and guide them in the right direction. I’m very proud with the decisions he’s made and what he’s doing.” The visit has also given his family a much clearer idea of his day-to-day life. “When you talk to him on the phone he says where he is and what he’s doing but now we can actually see where that is, it’s good to piece it together,” says Mark. Ryan says being in the Navy has tested him, pushing his boundary’s but he’s happy with his career choice. “I really enjoy this environment and what I’m learning, it’s exciting and hopefully one day I’ll be in charge of one of these [ships].”
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Learning the legend Te Rauparaha’s Ka Mate at Fashion Island on Saturday from left; Daniel Noa Blair of Ngati Wai, Daniel Bailey, Christopher Bailey, Matua Madsen Elkington of Ngati Toarangatira, Ngati Koata and Ngati Kuia and Ruben Craig practice their pukana (wild stare). Photo: Jonathan McKeown.
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The men of Nelson have finally got their shed. Eighteen months after an initial plan, Men’s Shed Waimea Inc was officially opened on Sunday, and its chairman Jim Davies says it was exciting to finally get in the workshop with its 70 members all chomping at the bit to get going. “It’s an absolutely fantastic feeling after sort of just over 18 months of hard work, fundraising, trying to find an actual place to put the shed, it’s finally here,” says Jim. Men’s Shed is a workshop for men in Nelson who have a passion for building, creating and working in a social environment, but may have been forced to downsize their home or live without a shed. Jim says it will allow them to do something productive and specifically for themselves. “It stops isolation, particularly for older men. They’re that older generation where their wives did everything for them and if their wife predeceases them, they’re lost.” The ‘shed’ is situated in the former Nelson District Kennel Club rooms at Richmond Park. And the bloke’s first task was turning the beaten down building in to a place they can now happily call their work space. National MP Nick Smith unveiled Men’s Shed on Sunday morning in READY TO GO: Men’s Shed chairman Jim Davies at the front of a large crowd of members official opening of the ‘shed’ at the A&P showground’s on and their families. Sunday. Photo: Phillip Rollo.
Is the planned Stoke skatepark about to pull a pressure-flip? In mid-August the council announced that the Greenmeadows site, on the corner of Main Rd Stoke and Songer St, had been chosen out of the 11 sites initially investigated for a skatepark in Stoke. But following this decision some concerned members of the public started a petition to have the site moved. Nelson City Councillor Pete Rainey says consultation with residents has “highlighted some concerns” and the council is conscious of the issues raised by residents that live nearby. These include noise, road safety and care for elderly. Now, the Nelson Youth Council has moved to address some of the concerns. The youth council says the need for youth facilities in Stoke is “not new”,
with sites dedicated to both children and older residents, the youth of Stoke are somewhat disenfranchised. “The site is highly visible, thereby making it safer,” it says. When you consider the openness of the area and its proximity to the Stoke Police Station, it seems that deterring illicit behaviour was high on the agenda. Nelson Youth Council says it would like those who have expressed their concerns to “accept that there is a real need for a skate park in Stoke and that Greenmeadows is the best site.” Pete says he would challenge residents who have concerns to come up with some “clear rationale” as to why the skatepark should not be there and to come up with some “creative alternatives” to look after the youth of Stoke.
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Having a party/event/function? Call our photographer 548 4949 or 027 548 4948 Having a blast at Taste Nelson; Karen Stratford, Jacquie Clayton and Kirsty Fitzsimons.
Clara Jones-White and Katrina Topping share a drink at Taste Nelson.
Shanon and Danielle dress up for the All Blacks v France game in a themed birthday party for Danielle.
John Sanden and Shannon Barz, take a break from pouring beers at Founders.
Gracious hosts of the Sync or Swim party, Vicky and James.
Margie, Rebecca, Kaz and Peta-Lee at the Sync or Swim wrap party in Stoke.
Faye Costain with Steve and Ingrid Chappell at the rugby last week.
Some great parties again over the past week but the biggest had to be the 13,000 plus that went along to Trafalgar Park to watch Italy play Russia. We have some snaps from that game, from Taste Nelson on Saturday, a French party and the Sync or Swim break up party. Are you hosting a party this weekend? If so, give us a call on 548 4949 and we’ll come and take photos of you and your guests. Or you can email photos to us at editorial@ nelsonweekly.co.nz. See you next week.
Kate Robinson and Murray McMillan soak up the sun at Taste Nelson.
Shiloh and Deyton Bell supporting Russia at Trafalgar Park last week. Yitzen Ruiz-Lopez and Tobias Anderson enjoy the Ferriswheel at Taste Nelson.
Cyndy, Maree, Janice and Trish celebrate the Sync or Swim production.
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School pool target filling up Tahunanui School is bucking a national trend and it’s getting plenty of support in its quest. The school is currently installing its new, custom made Italian swimming pool. At the same time many other primary schools around the country are pulling their’s out. Principal Paul Drummond says the investment is essential and he’s rapt the community has supported it. “It’s a priority for our school to teach students to swim, due to our location it’s a life skill, a necessity.” Parents and supporters of the school have raised $350,000 towards the pool and last week the Canterbury Community Trust came to the party with a donation of $80,000. Nelson trustee’s Bill Dahlberg and Max Spence
NEWS IN BRIEF SPRING FLING: Spring will hit Monaco in glorious fashion this weekend. The Monaco Resort Spring Fling is a great opportunity to enjoy the sun, listen to some great jazz and nibble and sip on some of the best food and wine in the region. It is being held this Sunday from 11.30 to 3.30 on the Village Green. WINE WINNERS: New Zealand – represented by Nelson wines, has held international competition at arm’s length to win the supreme award and First XV trophy at the 2011 Nelson Wineart First XV Wine Competition. The winners were chosen after a blind tasting of all 45 wines. NEW MEMORIAL: A memorial to veterans of WWII was unveiled by Governor General Sir Jerry Mateparae at a dawn service on Saturday. The waharoa, or gateway, at Anzac Park is the first memorial of its kind in the region to acknowledge Māori soldiers’ contribution to the New Zealand war effort.
say the pool ticks plenty of boxes from their point of view. “There are a whole bunch of benefits in this project. This school is a major part of this community and it won’t just be school students that get benefit from it,” says Bill. The pool will be double the size of the older pool and is very high quality says Paul. “The next principal that will have to worry about maintenance for this pool won’t even be born yet.” The school still needs to raise some money for “add ons” says Paul, including seating and solar heating. Canterbury Community Trust’s money came from the sale of Trust Bank in the early 1990’s. It grants $3.1 million to groups in Nelson and Tasman each year.
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$12,980 SuBaru iMpreza Manual 2006 This is a genuine 1 lady owner NZ new Imprezza manual. It comes with full service history. Its powered by a 2000cc motor and has had the cambelt replaced. The interior is in immaculate condition. It also has ABS brakes, 2 airbags, CD, cruise control, electric windows and mirrors, climate air conditioning, remote central locking, roof rack, towbar and Hi & Low ratio 4WD on demand.
$14,980 toyota Corolla Gl hatCh 2005 These are probably the most popular cars ever sold in NZ. Its NZ new and had 1 owner. Its powered by an 1800cc fuel injected motor and is 5 speed manual. The interior is in very tidy condition. It also has 2 airbags, ABS brakes, CD, remote central locking, electric front windows and air conditioning.
Direct to you! $11,980 toyota CaMry Gl auto 2007 This Camry is NZ new and is a 1 owner. The interior is in very tidy condition. This has an amazing amount of interior space and would be comparable to any Falcon or Commodore. It has a 2400cc engine and is automatic. It also has cruise control, 8 airbags, factory sound system, air conditioning, electric windows and mirrors.
$13,980 toyota Corolla Gl hatCh 2005 This has to be Toyotas answer for the car for everyone. These have been a huge sales success for Toyota in NZ. Its powered by a fuel injected 1800cc motor and is 5 speed manual. Its NZ new and had 1 owner from new. The interior is in very tidy condition apart from some wear on the drivers mat as per the photos. It also has 2 airbags, ABS brakes, CD, remote central locking, electric front windows and mirrors and air conditioning.
niSSan MaXiMa Si 2007 These Maxima Si are a very popular car with both the companys and rental car operators and would make a fantastic car for the family. This one is NZ new and had 1 owner. The interior is very roomy and in very tidy condition. It also has 2 airbags, CD, air conditioning, electric windows and mirrors, remote central locking, cruise control, ABS brakes and factory alloy wheels.
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This is in fantastic condition and doesnt look anything like what you would expect for its speedo reading. Its last lady owner had it for 8 years from 87km and had all of its servicing done by her local Toyota dealer. The interior is in very tidy condition. It’s powered by a 3000cc intercooled diesel turbo and is automatic. It also has ABS brakes, 2 airbags, electric windows and mirrors, climate air conditioning, running boards and roof spoiler, factory alloy wheels and a towbar.
toyota CaMry GraCia 1997 This is a whole lot of car for not a lot of money. Its the Japanese luxury model of the Toyota Camry. The interior is in very tidy condition. Its powered by a 2500cc motor and is automatic. Its due for a cambelt at 200,000km. It also has 2 airbags, factory alloy wheels and sunroof, ABS brakes, CD, electric windows and mirrors, climate air conditioning, cruise control and a towbar.
$7,980 Mazda 323 SporthatCh 2003 Smart looking and sporty thats me. Im NZ new, 1800cc and I’m automatic. My interior is in very tidy condition and is quite roomy. I also have factory alloy wheels, electric windows and mirrors, air conditioning, CD and rear spoiler.
$8,980 Ford FalCon Ba Xt Model 2003 Well what can you say about a Falcon. Only that in NZ and Australia that they are the working mans workhorse. Ideal for the larger family or for those wanting a bigger car for towing etc. It also has cruise control, aftermarket alloy wheels, ABS brakes, CD, remote central locking, air conditioning and 2 airbags.
$8,980 niSSan MaXiMa St 2005 This has been a local 1 owner Nelson car from new. These have plenty of interior cabin space and a large boot area. The interior is also in very tidy condition. Its powered by a 3500cc V6 and is automatic. It also has ABS brakes, CD, alloy wheels, climate air conditioning, 2 airbags, remote central locking, electric windows and mirrors and a towbar.
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If commuting daily in a spacious late model NZ new car that wont also send you broke at the service station is what you are after then take a peek at this. Its powered by a 1500cc 4 cylinder and is automatic. Its interior is in very tidy condition. It also has ABS brakes, electric windows and mirrors, CD, air conditioning, towbar and remote central locking.
$5,980 niSSan Sunny Super Saloon 2001 CHEAP to run. So this would make the ideal every day commuting car or an extra car for the family. The interior is in tidy condition. Its powered by a 1500cc engine and is automatic. It also has ABS brakes, electric windows and mirrors, 2 airbags, CD and Cassette players, air conditioning and remote central locking.
honda aCCord lXi nz neW 2000 These are a very popular model and this one is in good condition. Its NZ new and had 3 owners. The interior is in good condition. Its powered by a 2000cc 4 cylinder motor and is automatic. The cambelt was replaced at 90km. It also has ABS brakes, Electric windows and mirrors, CD, air conditioning, 2 airbags, remote central locking, spoiler and a towbar.
niSSan WinGroad St-l 2007 Need a late model wagon for a fantastic price? Well here we go. Its NZ new, had 1 owner and been on a full maintainance program from new. The interior is in tidy condition but is missing the cargo blind from the rear. Its powered by an 1800cc engine and is automatic with paddleshift. It also has 2 airbags, ABS brakes, CD, air conditioning and electric windows and mirrors.
$13,980 $14,980 holden SS ute 2002 These are a great ute for towing, carting the motorbikes around on or just looking cool. Its powered by a 5700cc V8 and is automatic. The interior is in tidy condition and has leather trim. It also has 2 airbags, airconditioning, CD, tuffdeck, electric windows and mirrors, towbar, after market ROH 17 inch alloys, factory body kit and bigbore exhaust.
toyota prado vX 8 Seater 1999 With summer now upon us and the need for a 4wd for towing etc, this could be for you. It’s NZ new, had 2 owners and seats 8 passengers in comfort. Its powered by a grunty 3400cc V6 and is automatic. The interior is in very tidy condition. It also has ABS brakes, 2 airbags, CD, climate airconditioning, remote central locking, factory alloys and running boards, roof rack, electric windows and mirrors, cruise control and Hi and Low ratio 4wd.
$9,980 niSSan priMerS SX WaGon 2008 Well if its big car interior space that you are after without having to buy a Commodore or Falcon then here is the car for you. Its NZ new and had 1 owner. It has been on a full service plan from new and had a cambelt done at 177000km. The interior is in very tidy condition. It also has 6 airbags, ABS brakes, electric windows and mirrors, factory alloys, climate air conditioning, cruise control, CD and remote central locking.
$10,980 Ford FalCon Ba MK2 Xt 2005 If you wanted a great car for towing the boat or caravan or a larger family car then this should fit the bill nicely. The only problem with the towing statement is that it doesnt have a towbar. The interior is in very tidy condition. Its powered by a 6 cylinder 4000cc engine and is automatic. It also has cruise control, electric windows and mirrors, remote central locking, air conditioning, ABS brakes, CD and 2 airbags.
$19,980 niSSan navara St X 2Wd 2008 A ute that drives like a car in many ways and with loads of features. It would be a great company or family wagon. Its NZ new and had 1 owner. The interior is in very tidy condition. Its powered by a 2500cc turbo diesel engine and is automatic. It also has ABS brakes, alloy wheels, running boards, towbar, CD, air conditioning, 2 airbags and electric windows and mirrors, canopy and remote central locking.
$3,500 toyota Caldina WaGon 1993 Here is a station wagon that is very popular in NZ and would be an ideal addition for anyone looking for a good reliable wagon for the family. The interior is in very tidy condition. Its powered by a 2000cc motor and is automatic. It also has CD, air conditioning, electric windows and mirrors, alloy wheels, central locking, roof rack and towbar.
$18,980 $7,980 iSuzu Mu Wizard dieSel 1996 If its a mulipurpose vehicle for the family motoring then take a look at this. Ideal for towing or some weekend offroad trips. The interior is in tidy condition. Its powered by a 3.1 Turbo diesel motor and is automatic. It also has factory alloys, running boards, roof rails, towbar. Comes with 12 months mechanical warranty.
$13,980 Mazda Bounty douBle CaB 2003 These seem to be very popular with tradesman who also need a 4WD for towing the boat, caravan or just for getting to those tricky spots in the weekends. Its powered by a 2500cc turbo diesel and is 5 speed manual with Hi and Low ratio 4WD. The interior is in tidy condition. It also has 2 airbags, air conditioning, CD, central locking, torno cover and tuffdeck, and a removable tongue towbar.
Ford Courier douBle CaB 2006 Whether you are after a 4wd for towing or some weekend recreation or a ute for your business or the family then this will do all jobs with ease. This Courier XLX 4wd double cab is the top of the range model, is NZ new and had 1 company owner from new. Its powered by a 2500cc turbo diesel engine and is 5 speed manual. We have just replaced the cambelt. The interior is in very tidy condition. It also has ABS brakes, a Motorolla phone, airconditioning, electric windows and mirrors, 2 airbags, air conditioning, factory alloy wheels and running boards, canopy and tuffdeck, towbar and remote central locking.
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$14,980 MitSuBiShi l300 lWB van 2006 Calling all tradesman or people looking for a great value late model NZ new van. This has had 2 owners from new, is powered by a 2500cc diesel engine and is 5 speed manual. The interior is in tidy condition apart from some wear on the drivers floor mat as per the photos. It also has CD, central locking, towbar, double side loading doors, cargo barrier and an alarm.
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Brownies take on new hobby
Honest Lawyer owner Chris Baillie has been left unable to make a move on his giant chess set, but it’s not because he is in checkmate, it’s due to a rather dishonest thief. Chris noticed last Sunday that a knight was missing from the giant set he and fellow owner Darryn Eves made several months ago. The former police officer says he was disappointed someone would steal a piece, as plenty of patrons have found the game a bit of fun and he is now offering a reward for anyone who knows anything about it. “It’s really annoying, now the game is unplayable, I half expected it to be a bit of a joke and find it back a day or two later but that hasn’t happened.” Chris, who paid several thousand for the set, is offering a reward for anyone that has information about it, you can call him on 547 4070.
Forget asking the oldest members of your family to knit you a new scarf, perhaps try some of the youngest. The 23 girls of Stoke Brownies have been learning how to knit, earning a badge, but more importantly, their place in the world, says leader Belinda Roselli. “Being a worldwide organisation the concept of a global village is one close to us so we thought this was a good idea.” The girls have been knitting peggy squares to make blankets as part of Operation Cover Up, sending kiwi-made blankets to Moldova, in eastern Europe. Belinda says the girls have learned about persistence during the project, with many getting help from grandparents, elderly neighbours and aunties’ to help knit their squares. “It’s been great going into the community and engaging people to help us out,” she says. The girls made two Some of the members of the Stoke Brownies who knitted peggy squares each to as part of squares as part of Operation Cover Up, the project also helped them the project. earn a badge. Photo: Andrew Board.
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Get funky from top to Soul Mariposa has been providing funky, as well as vibrancy and boldness, unique clothing to New Zealanders mixing funk with function. Soul will for the last six years from its stores stock a few brands exclusively with a in Takaka and Nelson. wide selection available. The girls at Owner, Tracey Brignole, has recently Mariposa and Soul are friendly and made the move to expand, relocating helpful, always willing to share their the Nelson Mariposa store on Hardy passion of the products to make St to the larger premises next door, sure you’re completely happy with and turning the your purchases. previous store Next door at into another Mariposa you footwear store, will find unique Soul. and funky Tracey had clothing that been intending is not available to expand for elsewhere, with some time; a great range when the larger of colours premises next and styles. door became The clothing available she Staff from Soul and Mariposa, Aydee is mainly took it as a Green, Jo Taylor, Jenni Whitehurst, manufactured sign that it Elyse Black and owner Tracey Brignole in Bali, as well was meant to as some being be. There has been a demand in imported from Thailand and Nepal. the Nelson area for the footwear Some of the merino and cotton Soul offers, but until now their options are made right here in New shoes would have to be ordered Zealand. With a range of accessories, from the store in Takaka. The Soul hats, cushions, bags and wallets, store offers a range of footwear for you’re sure to find something to women as well as men and children. spice up your wardrobe, or the The focus is on comfort and quality perfect gift for friends or family.
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Suzy Wanklyn, centre, with daughter Saskia and exchange “daughter” Monica Gonzalez. AFS has students looking for New Zealand families to spend a school year with. Photo: Phillip Rollo.
Exchange leads to new ‘daughter’ When Suzy Wanklyn met her latest international student, she says she was also meeting her new “daughter”. Suzy, who works for AFS in Nelson, has welcomed Costa Rican student Monica Gonzalez in to her home and says it’s great to have another girl around the house, along with her 16 yearold daughter Saskia. Suzy first applied for the job with AFS after her son Nick had done an exchange himself in France. Ever since she has had a first hand experience of how it works, Suzy has gone on to host three international students, with Monica being the latest. Suzy says creating relationships with families all over the world is the biggest drawcard about hosting an international student, as well as learning about a different culture. “From Saskia’s point of view, she’s now got a sister,” says Suzy. “It’s just meeting someone different and new, and it’s a different experience. It’s a challenge but it’s really fun.” Suzy has stayed in contact with all her past international students and has even gone over to stay with their families in France, and hopes to do the same with Monica. But for Monica, she didn’t even know New Zea-
land existed before applying for an overseas exchange. “I wanted to go to Australia first. I started finding out things about it and I thought it was very interesting,” says the 18 year-old. Monica had already finished school in Costa Rica, but says it was the best opportunity to meet new people during a gap year in combination with exploring the world. “It’s also interesting learning how school works here. It’s way different. Costa Rica is a third-world country and is so small compared to New Zealand, even though it’s the same population.” English is important in applying for jobs in Costa Rica, despite the official language being Spanish, and she says that was part of the reason for coming to this side of the world. Monica studies outdoor education at Nayland College, which has given her a first hand experience at the adventure sports of New Zealand and a taste of our national parks. She has been in Nelson for eight months and hopes to go bungy jumping in Queenstown before she leaves in four months time. “I just want to learn more about the culture and just enjoy my time here with the friends I have met.” To find out more information about hosting an international student, phone Suzy on 547 7845.
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Daniel Silva, Ricky Silva and Tani Amosa among the Pittosporum saplings they helped plant over the weekend. Volunteers of all ages planted 5000 native trees at the Whakapuaka Wildlife Reserve as part of the nationwide Living Legends programme. As well as having expert help from Department of Conservation staff, ‘Bug Man’ Ruud Kleinpaste was at hand to inform on all things that crept and crawled around the reserve. The Tasman Rugby Legend is former All Black captain and Tasman coach, Todd Blackadder. Photo: Jonathan McKeown.
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w e n r e d n U p i h s r e n w o It’s coming up to the silly season, the weather is warming up and there are plenty of reasons to celebrate. If you’re preparing for a great night, come into Liquorland at 31 Vanguard St. Gavin and Cheryl Snowball have recently bought the business from Graeme and Blanch Englefield and are now bringing their personal touch and experience to the store. The couple used to own Super Liquor in Tahuna, but since selling they say they’ve missed interacting with the customers and the contact with people, so when they saw the opportunity to purchase into Liquorland, another great New Zealand brand, they were very excited and quickly jumped at it.
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The store is conveniently located in Nelson Central at 31 Vanguard St, with plenty of off street parking. The open layout makes it easy to quickly find what you’re looking for, so you’ll be in and out in no time, unless you want to stop for a chat. The opening hours have been extended for summer, opening earlier and closing later on the weekends, so you won’t be left high and dry if you forget something for your party. Whether you’re looking for a nice bottle of wine to go with dinner, or you’re stocking up for a party, Gavin and Cheryl at Liquorland on Vanguard Street are able to provide it. Their extensive experience in the hospitality industry means that they can help and advise you to purchase the best
product that suits your needs. Since taking over ownership of the store they have been quickly extending the range of products in order to ensure they have what you are looking for when you need it. If by chance they don’t have the product you’re after, they’re more than happy to have it ordered in for you. As well as having a large range of products they also offer great every day prices and even better prices on their specials. The service is very personal; you will either be served by the couple or Josie Wi l l i a m s , a young
staff member who they have kept on at the store. Gavin believes “Customer service is everything. In a store like this it’s what you’re offering as a point of difference, your service.” This ideal can clearly be seen through the individual feel of the store and the personal treatment of the customers. On Thursday the 6th of October, Liquorland on Vanguard Street will be holding an opening night to honour the change of ownership. Come into the store from four in the afternoon to enjoy great opening
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specials and giveaways, and meet the friendly new staff. Liquorland has grown to 80 stores nationwide and is a franchise-operated business. Liquorland owners share their own specific local knowledge with a focus on customer service, and an emphasis on being involved in the local community. This has given Liquorland stores advantages over many other chains; regular promotions, a friendly welcoming environment, and a passionate, knowledgeable team on hand to help with buying decisions. Their point of difference is an exten-
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LAST STAND NOW FIRST STEP: Roger Gaskell, of Department of Conservation, Robert Fryer, of Nelmac, and Lynne Hall, of Nelson City Council at Kokorua Bay with the saved Pingau on a sand dune. Photo: Andrew Board.
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land via private property, is once again getting its shape back and home to hundreds of the plants. Clinging desperately to a clump of sand in an Roger says he is thrilled with how the bay is lookisolated bay north east of Nelson is a rather ing. “It’s a tough and long process, sometimes it weathered and sad-looking sand dune. It will not feels like you take two steps forward and one step last another two months say the experts and that back. But you can really notice the difference.” is significant because the plant on it is the last Propagating the plants is something Nelmac’s Robert Fryer says is exciting for his staff and the native Pingau in Tasman Bay. Once, the Pingau grew on dunes from Golden results of the Kokorua Bay experiment has been Bay to the Marlborough Sounds and protected hugely rewarding. “This is good stuff and we are its beaches. Other breeds have since taken over really happy to be assisting the likes of DoC on some beaches, rabbits have chewed down the this. They have done a great job taking this on original inhabitants and the dune at Kokorua and really making a difference, so it’s way cool to be a part of it.” Bay probably only survived as The reason the dunes are so long as it did because it was so important says Robert is beisolated not much could get cause it is native to our region there. and if it was to be extinct, you The reason the plants are imdon’t what else will die with it. portant is because they have “There are examples around evolved to suit Tasman Bay. New Zealand that shows They encourages a long subtle beaches have been altered draslope on dunes and the plants matically with the loss of the that are replacing them in native plants, leading to the Kokorua Bay, and other parts The last surviving Pingau, native extinction of species because of the region, encourage the to Tasman Bay, on a sand dune. the habitat has changed so opposite, steep cliff-like drops much. These things are so interdependent, you on the beach. But instead of looking over this dying plant with change one thing and it leads to the demise of sadness, Department of Conservation bio-di- others.” versity manager Roger Gaskell is happy to talk But thanks to a dying plant in a remote bay that only few people have ever been to, Roger is about its death, or perhaps, near death. Several years ago Roger took enough seeds from hopeful that the native Pingau will be replanted the last Pingau for Nelmac to grow them at their on beaches across Tasman Bay. “We’ve been able to save a species from the brink of extinction nursery and in doing so, save a species. Now – thanks to several years of planting by and it would be great if we could continue its reRoger, Nelson City Council, Nelmac and a host emergence by re-planting them elsewhere in the of volunteers – Kokorua Bay, only accessible on region.”
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Region Trust Hospice services functioning. Events such as last week’s Tug of Peace, the upcoming Infashion Fashion Show and a country music concert, raise funds, but they also provide opportunities for the community to support each other and remember loved ones who have passed on. “Our event organisers do such a great job. Many come to us with new ideas, and I can’t thank them enough,” says Hamish. The Nelson Region Hospice provides a range of programmes and services to meet the needs of terminally ill patients and their families. Social workers, bereavement support coordinators and councillors are able to guide terminally ill patients through their difficult journey. Care is provided 24 hours a day, seven-days-aweek, either at the hospice or at the patient’s own home where the team works to ensure patients are sup-
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ported by their care co-ordinator. The Hospice unit offers a calm and caring place for families to share quality time. Families are welcome to stay overnight. There are ensuite bedrooms available if patients need assistance with symptom control, relative relief and end stage care. Hospice Shops are run by a willing band of volunteers who are involved with a range of jobs from collection of items for the shop, sorting items and serving in the shops. Extra pairs of hands are always welcome. Hamish says that the Nelson Hospice goal is to care always, “We are there to ensure that all people in our community have access to high quality compassionate palliative care and to assist patients to make the most of life that remains while providing support and care for the family during the patient’s illness and in bereavement.”
Tuesday, September 20 At 9.41am, a 69 year-old man was arrested for rape and possessing objectionable material. At 1.44pm, a 25 year-old man was arrested for threatening language. During the day there were two warrants to arrest enforced and two arrests for breach of bail. At 10pm, a 47 year-old man was arrested for disorderly behaviour outside Trafalgar Park.
obtains by deception after she did a runner from a taxi, owing $23. At 10pm, a 32 year-old woman was arrested for detox after she was found drunk outside a pub on Bridge St. At 11.21, a 15 yearold boy was picked up for detox, he was extremely intoxicated and walking along Main Rd Stoke, he was released to his caregiver.
Friday, September 23 At 9.37am, a 44 year-old man was arrested for failing to supply details, resisting arrest, assaulting police and driving while forbidden. At 1.15pm, a 77 year-old man was arrested for detox after he was found drunk in Hardy St. At 8.20pm, a 17 year-old female was arrested for
Sunday, September 25 At 12.10am, a 21 year-old man was arrested for disorderly behaviour on Bridge St. At 1.11am, a 26 year-old woman was arrested for breach of the liquor ban on Bridge St. At 4.22am, a 29 year-old man was arrested for disorderly behaviour outside McDonald’s.
Saturday, September 24 At 12.23am, a 30 year-old man was arrested for Wednesday, September 21 assault after he assaulted his former employer at At 4pm, two teens aged 16 and 17 were arrested a licenced premise. At 2.30am, a 34 year-old man for shoplifting a handbag, jewelwas arrested for disorder after he Crimewatch lery and beauty products from NELSON was fighting in the Shark Club. the Warehouse and Glasson’s. At Also at 2.30am, two 17 year-old 10.15pm, a 49 year-old woman boys were arrested for disorderly was arrested for disorderly behaviour after being violence and disorder after one of them threw intoxicated and swearing in Franklin Village. a bottle at bouncers at the Rock Bar on Bridge St. At 11.55am, a 37 year-old man was arrested Thursday, September 22 for intentional damage. At 6.45pm, a 27 year-old At 1.15pm, a 30 year-old man was arrested for man was arrested for threatening behaviour in male assaults female and breach of protection a family violence related incident. At 10.10pm, in a domestic related incident. At 6.54pm, a 34 a 26 year-old man was arrested for indecent asyear-old man was arrested for threatening to kill. sault.
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Phillip Rollo Joe Green, Cary Hamson and Ben Wright will be taking control of the coaching reigns at Nelson Suburbs next year, with the latter also forming a mouth-watering combination with Waitakere United striker Gagame Feni on the pitch. Joe, a former Richmond Athletic captain, Ben, and Cary, who was involved in the coaching staff at Richmond for 13 years, were officially announced by club president Jason Lavington this week and take over the role formerly vacated by John Slotemaker and Paul Brydon. Ben played professionally in England and Norway up until 2010 and his career is highlighted by a goal at Stamford Bridge against Chelsea in the UEFA Cup with Viking FK. Ben is likely to play a key role up front for the Robbie’s Premier League runners-up, as well as in a coaching role, while Joe is also planning on lacing up the boots for a game or two. Joe and Ben will both operate in a paid
director of football role at the club, coaching at all levels in the club and in regional talent centres with Nelson Bays Football. Ben has turned down coaching roles with FC Nelson and Richmond Athletic for the job. King’s Lynn left winger Jordan Yong will return to Nelson in May to link up with Suburbs and is the perfect replacement for the departed Adam Smith. Sam Mason-Smith, another former Richmond player, currently weighing up Canterbury United or Team Wellington’s ASB Premiership squads, is also likely to jump ship if he returns to the region. Outstanding goal keeper Eddie Newman and New Zealand Under-20 goal keeper Coey Turipa have both shown interest in returning as well, says president Jason Lavington. It is believed that Coey will also come in to the club as a goal keeping mentor for junior players. But that’s where the importing stops. Although it appears the door is open to anyone wanting to join the club Joe says they are more excited about the oppor-
tunity to work with some of the young talent coming through and keeping the strong ties with Nayland College. “The primary focus for me is just to make sure everyone at the club has an opportunity to improve as footballers, develop as individuals, be good role models for the club, and most importantly enjoy playing and being part of the club.” Cary gave credit to John’s previous focus on developing young players and hopes the trio can carry that on. Joe says one of the first steps in doing that is retaining center-back Matthew Ayloff - one of the more experienced players at the club. “I believe he is a very good player and can really help pass on some good information to the younger players.” But the combination of Ben and Gagame is likely to be the sky-blue’s key strike weapon and will cause many headaches for defences, and Joe believes Ben can help push Gagame to the next level. Jason says the club is keen for Paul to stay on coaching within the club, likely to be at first division level.
The first ever Nelson under 11 girls hockey team with ages ranging from very young 8 to 10 year olds, took on a much larger and older 11 and under Marlborough team in a home and away series this weekend. Nelson lost both games 3-1 and 1-0 respectively, but showed signs of improvement in their first steps towards winning a national competition in two year’s time. Right, Nelson’s Elizabeth Osborn reaches for the ball in the series first match at Saxton Field on Saturday. Photo: Blair Hall/Photoaction.
IN BRIEF RUGBY: Two Nelson Marist rugby players have been selected to play for NZ Marist XV against the Heartland XV on October 15. Hooker Francis Smith and halfback Liam Squire will take part in the game to be played at Growers Stadium, Pukekohe. RUGBY LEAGUE: Nelson rugby league player Simon Mannering will lead the New Zealand Warriors into just their second grand final appearance this Sunday. The former Nelson College player put in a huge effort to help his side beat minor premiers Melbourne Storm last Saturday night. FOOTBALL: It was a tough day for FC Tahunanui on Saturday with both its sides losing in cup finals. The 1st XI lost the Gould & Tout trophy final to Wakefield 4-1 and FC Tahunanui 2nd XI lost the A R Hurst Trophy final to Mapua first XI 3-1. RUGBY LEAGUE: The Tasman Titans lost their final match of the season, going down to the Otago Whalers 38-30 after leading 24-10 at halftime.
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The Nelson Softball Association has in the past fielded extremely competitive teams at age group level and several boys teams and individuals have gained recognition. The one area softball in general is looking to lift is the participation of female players. Softball New Zealand has implemented the Pink Zone which provides a programme and pink gear to encourage 9 – 12 year olds in
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Speedway drivers blow out cobwebs The region’s speedway drivers blew out a winter’sworth of dust and cobwebs on Saturday’s at the season’s first practice session. The Tahuna Beach Holiday Park Speedway is one of the highlights of the summer sport calendar with thousands packing out the track in Appleby each met. This year the club has a packed list of events including the New Zealand Super Saloons Championships in early January and several South Island championships throughout the season, including the superstocks, midets and streetstocks Opening night for this year’s season is on Saturday, Saloon driver Ian Burson rips around the Nelson Speedway track in his newly-built car at the season’s first practice October 29. session on Saturday. Photo: Blair Hall/Photoaction.
Rai Valley kicks on with rugby tradition Lawry Shaw Students at Rai Valley Area School are now enjoying new rugby posts thanks to the generosity of community members. The posts were put up last week and a special ceremony was held to celebrate the official opening of the posts and new rugby field. The school, which presently has a number of local and national representative players, had a rugby field and posts many years ago, but the posts were taken down and not replaced. Staff thought it was the perfect time to install new posts with the Rugby World Cup under way. A team effort helped to source some suitable wood from the local community. School caretaker Joe Bloomfield cut and painted the gifted
wood at the school’s Technology Block and installed them. Tasman Makos players and former Rai Valley Area School pupils Andrew Goodman, Sam Prattley and Kahu Marfell helped to officially open the use of the posts and take the students through rugby drills and kicks last Thursday. Andrew spoke with fondness about his early rugby days at Rai and donated four new rugby balls to the school for students to use. Both staff and students alike were excited to have the new posts put up and were grateful for the support of local people to make it a reality. To coincide with the Rugby World Cup, the school has also just started flying its newly purchased New Zealand flag, which can be seen as you pass the school on the Main Road.
Getting a roll-on at Ngawhtu Bowling Club is from left; club patron Don Steele, club president John Orbell, a rather surprised Doug Kenning and Paul Marshall, president of Bowls Nelson. The bowling season at Ngawhtu Bowling Club opened on Saturday but not before a few revelations. Doug, a Life member of the club and bowler of forty odd years, was presented as the new Patron of Bowls Nelson to his surprise. The Ngawhtu club’s ‘Have a Go’ day will be held on Sunday October 9 from 11am-2pm, so if you are keen to try out the sport “just come along and we’ll handle the rest,” says John. This season Bowls in Nelson is set for a “big push” says Paul, with a new competition launching that is being touted as the Twenty20 of bowls. Photo: Jonathan McKeown.
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HOPING TO CATCH SOME MORE MEMBERS: Nelson Dawnbreakers Fishing Club members Doug McKay, Ron Prestage and Troy Dando have added an exciting range of special interest sections for the October start to the fishing season. Kayak and jet-ski fishing as well as free diving are now included in the family focused club, creating better flexibility in a bid to boost membership. Fishing competitions are no longer confined to a single weekend, fish caught can now be weighed throughout the month. The club open day for prospective members is being held on October 2 at 2.00pm at the Suburban Club. Photo: Andrew Board.
The Nelson team of Sarah McGovern, Kim Starnes and Imogen Smith (above) won the fifth annual Spring Challenge, near Blenheim on Saturday. An all-women’s adventure race, the Spring Challenge was created by Jodie and Nathan Fa’avae and is the biggest event of its kind in the world. First held in Hanmer Springs in 2007, it has been held in a different location in the South Island each year. The race tests four disciplines; mountain biking, hiking, rafting and navigation. The event has proved even more popular than usual this year, with the full capacity of 600 teams being reached. - By Rosie Thomsen.
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Clairvoyant Internationally known, 1 hour readings available, Nelson, 8th & 9th October, $100, bookings essential. Ph Margaret 021 230 1518 A wonderful Concert for all ages young and old. The Nelson Symphony Orchestra presents The Nutcracker, narrated by Hugh Neill with Wakatu Dance Theatre, music by Tchaikovsky. Saturday 1st October, 10.30am, 1pm, 3 pm. All seats$10.00 available from The Nelson School of Music ph.5489477 or ticket direct outlets. DUCK SOUP singles over 30 networking this Sunday from 7.30pm. All details on www.ducksoup.co.nz or 544-2088 Adrienne. Photo Sittings with Jack ‘n’ Jill Portraits. Fundraiser for Enner Glynn Playcentre. $10 sitting includes 10”x13” portrait. 29/30 October. Book now. Email megandrew@ slingshot.co.nz or phone 547 1565. St.Barnabas Fair 15th October see YOU there!! Yummies, plants, ferns, white Pachyderms Marybank Garden Club meets on Tuesday 4th October. In the Highland Pipe Band Rooms, on Paru Paru Road, at 7.30 p.m. Speaker—Mike Gafa from Nelmac, making hanging baskets. Garden walk—6.30 p.m. to see Elliot Merrion & Mary Sullivan’s garden at 21 Coster Street. Contact--- Jean 576 5122. Pesticides in Nelson Meeting: Thursday 29 September 7:30 pm at Trafalgar Hall (on Trafalgar next to bridge). A citizen’s intiative for the phasing out pesticide-use in Nelson. Pesticides pose a health risk to children, adults, pets, and wildlife. Are you concerned? Come along! Contact: Pesticide Free Nelson 021 184 6801 Nelson Tramping Club. Sept 30-Oct 2. Kirwans Hut & Hill, Victoria Forest Park. Fit. $44. Uta 545 0280. Oct 2. Fringed Hill. Medium. $1. Mary. 548 9083. Tahunanui Walking Group: Wednesdays 10am meet at the Centre 61 Muritai Street, phone 548 6036 for details Tahunanui Garden Group: Meets 1st Wednesday of the month 7pm at the Centre, 61 Muritai Street Tahunanui 548 6036 for details Come along to Plunket Baby Bonanza on Saturday 1 October 2011, 9am - 12noon, Hope Hall, Main Road Hope. There will be over 50 stalls of second hand toys, clothes and other baby/child gear, plus a cake stall and sausage sizzle to raise funds for Plunket. Entry $2 Nelson Railway Society: During the Taste Nelson Festival the train or railcar will be running from 10:30 am Russian Dance Performance, Wakatu Dance Theatre. Balalaika and peasant group dance performed by 16 school students from Nayland, Nelson Girls & Boys Colleges 28th Sept, for 15 minutes @12.30pm & 1pm, Nelson Farmers Market, Fashion Island, off Morrison St between Hardy & Selwyn. Contact Peta 548-9890. Soprano Solo Performance. Rebecca Nelson. Missed her at the Theatre Royal? Listen to her supporting the Italian team with songs from Italy & Europe. Wed 28th Sept, 2-3pm, Nelson Farmers Market, Fashion Island, off Morrison St, between Hardy & Selwyn. [Gold coin gifts of appreciation gratefully accepted]. Contact Rebecca 027460-5275. American Jive Dance Exhibition. Ceroc Nelson is supporting the Game on Festival and the American team. Check them out or join in at noon 28th Sept, at the Nelson Farmers Market, Fashion Island, off Morrison St, between Hardy & Selwyn Sts. Contact Gael 027 2376266. Free Bouncy Castle for the kids all afternoon on 28th Sept, at the Nelson Farmers market, Fashion Island, off Morrison St, between Hardy St & Selwyn Place. Contact Susan 548-9191. REFERENDUM INFORMATION PUBLIC MEETINGS Carl Horn will speak about the November 26 MMP Referendum on Thursday, 29 September, at the Victory Community Centre, 7:30pm, and on Monday, 3 October, at the Nelson Public Library, 10:30am. He will describe the referendum ballot form, the possible outcomes, the five voting systems on offer, and evaluate them using the criteria established by the Royal Commission 1986. Gold coin donation for hall hire appreciated. For more information, call Carl Horn, 5391108. Face painting for the kids: $2-3 per face depending on requirements available at the Nelson Farmers Market on Wed 28th Sept, at the Nelson Farmers market, Fashion Island, off Morrison St, between Hardy St & Selwyn Place. Contact Janet 022-010-2776. Folk Festival -The inaugural meeting to plan for a folk festival of all nationalities in Nelson will be held at Liquid Bar, 77, Bridge St on Wednesday 21st September at 7pm anyone interested is more than welcome Peter Mayes. 0210707624 The Refinery Artspace Gallery Hallifax Street Nelson. The Nelson Marlborough Buller Creative Fibre Exhibition "Hands on Fibre" An exhibition showcasing spinning, weaving, knitting, felting and crocheting - encompassing fibrecrafts of the highest standard created by local craftspeople. Free entry Monday 3 October - Saturday 8 October 9-5pm Monday-Friday 10am - 2pm Saturday Angie’s Silver Circuit. Specially designed for Seniors ONLY. Build Your strength & Stability. Improve Balance. Light Exercise Circuit. Fun, Sociable Atmosphere. Starts Friday 30th Sept. Time:10.30-11.15am, Just $4 Stoke Seniors. Behind Memorial Hall. 548 Main Rd Stoke Turn-up or call Angie on 547 0198 Nelson Lioness club is involved with collection of spec-
tacles in Nelson for reuse. Nelson residents who wish to donate unwanted spectacles can give them to any Lions or Lioness club member or to a collection point at Mathews Eyeware - Eyecare Richmond and Nelson. Nelson Newcomers Drop-In Centre. Come and meet the newcomers to Nelson. An Informal social time for chatting over a cup of tea/coffee. Saturday, 1st October from 10am-12pm in Multicultural Council office, 2 Bridge Street, Nelson. Rutherford Gallery: Michelle Bellamy Artist Exhibition opening, Fri’ 30th Sept @ 5.00pm – 28th Oct. All welcome and free to view. A collection of paintings, many of which will be celebrating Nelson scenes. 42 Halifax St, Nelson (opp. Millers Acre car park) New! Meditation and Practices on the Path to Enlightenment Meditation and presentation on Buddhist Path Every Wed 14 Sept to 2 November Evening 6-7.30pm Constance Barnicoat Room, Richmond Library 280 Queen St. Gynaecological Cancers – September is Gynaecological Cancer Awareness month and we are having a “share and care” morning tea on Wednesday 28th September 2011 at 10am at the Tahunanui Conference Centre We’d love to see as many people as possible for this informative, fun relaxing morning. Friends and family are most welcome to join us. Oncologist Kate Gregory will be speaking and an oncology nurse will be present. Please RSVP by Friday 23 September to Sue Phone 03 539 3662 or email info@ cancernelson.org.nz
REGULAR EVENTS Tennis at Tahuna Drive courts. Saturday 1pm to 5pm tennis for all levels come along or contact Mike 5476562 Stoke Toy Library open Tuesday 7-8.30pm, Thursday 9.30 – 11am & Saturday 9.30-11.30am Songer Street, next to the playground. Great range of toys for hirer, birth to 5+ years. All welcome. Breastfeeding Support Nelson (LLL) Meetings held last Tuesday each month, 1.30 – 3 pm @ Tahunanui Community Centre, Muritai St. Meet other mothers and babies. Free access to our library... Fathers, Grandparents, Toddlers, all welcome for support ph Ruth 546 9029 or Michelle 548 6998 Single? Duck Soup is on the first Sunday of every month from 7.30pm. Details & venue on ducksoup.co.nz. Stoke Playgroup Mon & Weds 9am - 11.30am. Come join the fun and meet new people. Huge range of toys and equipment for your children to enjoy. Bring child's morning tea. $2 per child or $3 a familly. St Andrews Church Hall, Upper Songer St, Stoke. GreenHill Orchestra - New Members Welcome. Do you enjoy music and would like to be involved with a friendly relaxed community Orchestra? We meet at the Nelson School of Music Mondays 5;45pm-730pm. For more details please ring Joel Bolton 5467210 Writers at Lunchtime Interested in writing? Meet informally with like-minded others on the first Thursday of each month, 11.30am – 1.30pm at The Prince Albert, 113 Nile Street, Nelson. First meeting on Thursday 1st September. Come for lunch or a coffee or just to chat. Everyone welcome. Contact Chrissie on 5469818. KIDS-N-KOFFEE a free playgroup held during term time, Tuesdays 9.45-11.45am at All Saints Lots of activities, great outdoor play area and music session and story time. Creche, 30 Vanguard St. Ph Lois 5487438 The Lighthouse Spiritual Awareness Centre meets every Monday 7.30-8.30pm at the Age Concern Hall (opp. Trialways) with weekly speakers, light workers, healing, and public most welcome. If you are a spiritual worker and would like to speak on your experiences I would love to hear from you. Phone Sandy 0211 430 213 PLAYGROUP: Pre-school playgroup meets every Tuesday of the school term from 10:30-12nn at the Haven Church on the Corner of Collingwood and Grove Streets. Everyone welcome. FREE to attend, and FREE morning tea provided! Come and enjoy a relaxed free-play group while you have a coffee and chat. For more information contact Carol on 548 3511. ENNER GLYNN PLAYCENTRE quality early childhood education, come and see for yourself: your first three visits are free! Monday – Friday 9.15-11.45 am, 8 Enner Glynn Road phone 5474007” Stoke Playgroup Mon & Weds 9am - 11.30am. Come join the fun and meet new people. Huge range of toys and equipment for your children to enjoy. Bring child's morning tea. $2 per child or $3 a familly. St Andrews Church Hall, Upper Songer St, Stoke. ATAWHAI PLAYCENTRE come and see what we offer children from birth-school age in our family early childhood setting. Vacancies on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday sessions 12.15-2.45 at 655 Atawhai Crescent, ph.5450828. Walking Group New, fun, relaxed walking group Mondays 9am to 11am approx. All ages welcome. Bring a friend. Make new friends and enjoy nature. Phone Debby 5477338 or email email@example.com PLAYGROUP Bring your pre-schooler along for a morning of fun at Nelson Baptist Playgroup, 193 Bridge Street, Thursdays 9.30 - 11.30am. Plenty of tea and coffee and yummy food. Gold Coin Donation Contact Cheryl 5476838
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Nelson Eagle flying home for summer While Nelson fans won’t get a surpass any other dream. chance to see Junior Sifa play But while he won’t get the in tonight’s Rugby World Cup chance to take to Trafalgar Park, game against Italy, the US Eaa stadium he is more than familgles midfielder hopes the region iar with, he managed to run out could be seeing a lot more of against one the world’s biggest him over the next few months. teams, and hopes that exposure Junior, a founding member of was enough to impress potential the Tasman Makos, was selected suitors. “It was a totally different for the United States of America atmosphere to New Plymouth. thanks to his place of birth Australia are a tier one nation, American Samoa. so we wanted to perform to the But currently out of contract, best of our abilities and I think A B the former Waimea Old Boys we did that, before fatigue began player will be basing himself in to set in.” Nelson over the summer and Junior and the team arrived in has not ruled out another crack Nelson at lunchtime on Saturday at the Tasman Makos. “I was to a large group of supporters. 1 at Nottingham last year but I They are based at Monaco durhaven’t signed anything after ing their stay. “There was quite a the World Cup,” says Junior. “I’ll good turnout at the airport with probably chill out in Nelson for flags and little kids waving.” a bit afterwards for some down The team made a cameo appeartime. Nelson is always home for ance on the side-line’s at the Tasme now, so I’ll just have to wait man Invitational Rugby Sevens and see where it leads me. But I competition at Jubilee Park and haven’t had a summer in a while the Stars n Stripes parade down and summer in Nelson is always Queen St - both events were part 2 good.” of the Richmond Festival. Junior started at inside-centre The US Eagles’ goal at the beUSA player and Nelson man Junior Sifa at training on against the Wallabies in Welginning of the tournament was Sunday. Photo: Blair Hall/Photoaction. lington on Friday night, losing to finish within the top three of 67-5. He says the game against Australia was the biggest of their pool, gaining automatic qualification for 2015. his career and the nerves were definite on game day in the With rugby union on the rise in the United States, Junior is Match build-up to marking the likes of Will Genia, Quade Cooper hoping to be in contention again come 2015. “You’re Day only as Parking and Kurtley Beale. “I just had to wait around all day. It was good as your last game, so hopefully I get a few more chances.” definitely the most nervous I’ve been before a game.” And with their games being screened live on NBC and UniWhen Junior made his debut for the Eagles in 2008, he knew versal, Junior is well aware the sport is only going to grow in 3 straight away that a World Cup in his “home country” would the big apple in the coming years.
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St. Mary's Catholic Church
St. Joseph's School
Public Bus Pick up and drop off BUS
Wheelchair Ticket Holders Parking
(Bookable - Phone NCC 546 0200)
HARLEY ST SUSSEX ST
TRAFALG AR SQ
SHELBOU RNE ST HELBOU RNE ST
Phone 03 546 0200 • www.nelsoncitycouncil.co.nz
Except taxis,Presbyterian shuttle buses Church and authorised vehicles 2.5 Nelson hours pre kick off.Central No entry School for 30 minutes post match ALTO N ST
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Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology
St Johns Methodist Church
Christ Church Cathedral
Toilets Maitai School
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From 4pm (12pm Unite Church on Saturday) except authorised vehicles and residents EXAMINER ST
Paru Paru Road - from 6am on matchCHURCH days HILL
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QUEENS Public GARDENS
NO PARKING permitted within all road closures.
ST JOHN ST
Suter Art Gallery
Munro State Court House Building
From 4pm for match day.
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Maitai Walkway Closed
Nelson Baptist Church
from 6am on match HARDYdays ST
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Match Day Parking
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Parking banned from 3pm (Tuesdays) or 12noon (Saturday) until after the games in these areas: • North kerb of Halifax Street, fronting the Library and Millers Acre Car Park • Both sides of Collingwood Street, north and south of Elliot Street • Trafalgar Street from the Maitai Bridge to Halifax Street. Vehicles will be removed by tow truck 7 if required at the owner’s expense. PA
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All Saints Anglican Church
Permitted Access Only
Elma Turner Library
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PARKING RESTRICTIONS On match days the following temporary parking restrictions will be in place:
Taxi Stand and Shuttle Bus Pick up and drop off
and 2.15pm. They will stop at the normal bus stops along the route. Return journeys will start after the game and run for approximately 1 hour. The cost is $4 (from Richmond) and $3 (from Stoke) each way and advance tickets can be bought at Nelson City Council in Trafalgar Street. The Late Late Bus service will be 5 two Tuesday nights running on the and extra Late Late buses will run on the Saturday night. • Accessible parking for those with Wheelchair Tickets is available in ho r el i n e 0's S 18 4 limited Paru Paru Road and some PIONEERS PARK mobility parks will be available in Grove Street. (Contact Council to book these in advance). • A golf cart service will be available for spectators with limited mobility from Grove Street to the gates.
(Bookable - Phone NCC 546 0200)
Auckland Point School
PIONE ER CRES
• Please allow plenty of time to get to Trafalgar Park and find your seat once you arrive. It will take longer to get into the stadium than usual. • Spectator parking will be available in Wakatu, Montgomery and Buxton Squares, at Neale Park (not available if we’ve had heavy rain) and at Akersten Street. • Grove Street is the designated Taxi/ Shuttle bus drop off point. • There are private vehicles drop off areas on Collingwood Street north of Elliot Street and on Halifax Street outside the Library. • Jump on a bus - for the Tuesday games Buses will run from Richmond to Nelson via Waimea Rd and from Stoke to Nelson via Tahunanui every 15 minutes between 5.15 pm and 6.15pm. For the Saturday game the bus service will run between 1.15pm
GETTING TO THE GAME
Trafalgar Park Stadium
Mobility Permit Parking
Traffic information for Rugby World Cup 2011 match days in Nelson 4 - 20, 27 September and 1 Oct.
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TUESDAY 27 September 2011
Re-enactment was a massive success
Nelson turned out in force last Tuesday to celebrate the city’s rugby history, with thousands turning out for the Nelson College haka and following reenactment rugby game. The game, played at the Botanics Reserve, site of the very first game in this country, was packed with an estimated 6000 people. Nelson mayor Aldo Miccio said after the match he was thrilled with the turn out. “This is our flagship event, we put it forward four years ago when we bid for some world cup games and today A streaker gets hauled away to the stocks during the reenactment game at the Bontanics Reserve. has been fantastic.” Photo: Blair Hall/Photoaction.
Tyler Kearns at the front of the Nelson College haka at the Church Steps last Tuesday. Around 1200 students took part in the haka with an estimated 5000 packing in to watch. Photo: Blair Hall/Photoaction.
The scene at the Bontanics last Tuesday for the re-enactment of the country’s first ever rugby game. Photo: Andrew Board.
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TUESDAY 27 September 2011
Celebrate Nelson - Nelson Arts Market Celebrate the creativity of the region in a carnivale type atmosphere.
Top of Trafalgar Street, Nelson 27, 30 September 1 - 6pm
Italy vs USA
Place: Trafalgar Park Date: 27 September Time: 7.30pm
Australia vs Russia
All Star Tailgate Party Nelson A&P Showgrounds
Food, fun & games, entertainment and music at a traditional American tailgate party
Lower Queen Street, Richmond Date: 27 September Time: 2 - 7pm
Place: Trafalgar Park Date: 1 October Time: 3.30pm
Dynamic, rare stories about Nelson Tasman told through exquisite harmonies and roof raising haka.
Theatre Royal, Nelson
Date: 28, 29 September & 1 October Time: 7.30pm & Saturday Matinee 1 Oct: 2pm
Other Events Guided Heritage Walks
Date: 20 September - 1 October Time: 10am at Civic House and 2pm at Melrose House
Game On! Golf Tournaments
The Playhouse Café Nelson Golf Club - 38 Bolt Road, Tahunanui, Nelson 171 Westdale Road (Coastal Date: 27 & 30 September Highway, before Mapua) Time: All tournaments will have a multi-tee start at 12noon Date: Sunday 18 September Shed Exhibition Time: Free Workshop
Shed 1, Port Nelson - Wakefield10am Quay- 12pm andMondays) Friends Date: Until 23 October • Time: 11am - 5pmYulia (closed
Concert – 7.30pm, doors open 6.30pm
Our Shout – Wearable Arts Mini-Exhibition WOW Museum – Cadillac Way Date: Until 24 October • Time: 10am - 5pm
Yulia and The Suter Art Gallery - Game On! Friends The Suter Art Gallery / Te Aratoi o Whakatū
- 208 Bridge Street, Nelson from Volgograd, Russia, Date: 9 September - 16 October • Hailing Time: 10.30am - 4.30pm
Yulia is a world class opera artist
based in New Zealand. During the Rugby-celebrating grassroots & All Blacks day she will tutor local singers.
Nelson Provincial Museum - Cnr & Hardy TheTrafalgar most promising of Sts them will be Date: Until 31 October invited to perform alongside Yulia that- 5pm evening. Time: Monday-Friday - 10am Saturday & Sunday -TICKETS: 10am - 4.30pm Evening show, including dinner and premium seats $90.
only $40. Phone 03 540 2985 Nelson SaturdayShow Market
for show bookings. Register for the Montgomery Square workshop at www.yulia.co.nz Date: Every Saturday • Time: 8am - 1pm
Farmers Market www.playhousecafe.co.nz
Fashion Island, Hardy St Date: Every Wednesday - International Food and Wine Days 28 Sept and 19 Oct • Time: 12 - 4.30pm
15 breweries and 15 days of events in the new Mongolian Ger (yurt).
The Free House 95-97 Collingwood St Whakatu Marae
Date: 28, 29 September and 1 October Time: 7.30pm
Time: 5:15pm for _ a
78 Rutherford Street, Nelson
5:30pm Powhiri Saturday Matinee Nelson WineArt New Release 1 October, 2pm Wine Tasting: Taste the recently released Nelson
wines and meet local winemakers.
The Boathouse Date: 28 September
Whenua Time: 5 - 7.30pm
Presented by Te Whatukura Kapa Haka Group and Wellington Theatre Professionals Rarely heard stories of the Nelson Tasman region. Discover more about the places you visit in a dynamic theatre show woven with exquisite harmonies and roof-raising haka. Whose footprints have gone before us? What lies under the concrete footpaths? Who are the people who make Nelson their home?
38 Bolt Road Tahunanui, Nelson
38 Bolt Road Tahunanui, Nelson
Strange Resting Places Taki Rua Presents
by Rob Mokaraka and Paolo Rotondo _ Italy, 1944, a young Maori soldier The very best of Street and Urban Art from around and an Italian take cover in aArt stable. NZ and world, including Trapped in the a potentially deadly works by Banksy stand-off, and with Germans just outside, their survival depends_ on co-operation. Performed in Maori, Date: Until 24 October Italian and English, Strange Resting Time: 10am - 6pm Places shines a light on the complex emotional bonds of wartime history.
Oi You! Urban Art Exhibition: Founders Heritage Park
TICKETS: Adults $28, Senior Citizens $16, RF Members and Groups 4+ $25, Family Groups $65, Students $16, Children (under 14 years) $10. Book at Everyman Records (03) 548 3083.
TICKETS: Adults $25, Concession $20, Children (15 years and under) $15. Purchase at Everyman Records Road racing, (03) 548 3083. social trails, mountain biking plus the Nelson City
Photo credit: Taki Rua Productions 2009.
For full festival details visit
Nelson Golf Club Nelson Golf Club www.nelsonfestivals.co.nz
99 Atawhai Drive, Nelson- 1 October Date: 27 September Date: Monday Time: Most events 7-10pm 26 September
See website for race locations
Date: 1 - 9 October
Nelson Cycle Festival:
www.takirua.co.nz Council Cathedral Criterium.
Date: 1 - 9 October Time: Various