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Tuesday 9 October 2012

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Nelson’s $400M injection Andrew Board Nelson is poised for an investment injection unlike anything it has ever seen and on a scale that will see the region’s growth skyrocket, says a local expert. By the middle of 2013 local iwi should start to see Treaty of Waitangi settlements from the Government transferred to it, to the tune of an estimated $300400 million. Nelson City Council Maori liaison officer Geoff Mullen says most of that money will be invested in the top of the south and will see growth in the region on a scale never seen before. It comes at a time when Nelson businesses are already experiencing growth with the region’s Economic Development Agency chief executive Bill Findlater

saying Nelson is in for a “bloody exciting” future on the back of the iwi investment and Nelson’s current business expertise, especially in primary production, like growing and producing food. Local iwi and businesses are already engaging in how that money will be invested with a conference to be held in just over a week at Nelson’s Rutherford Hotel. Geoff says the investment will most likely be in horticulture, aquaculture, viticulture and forestry, areas Nelson already does really well in. He says local iwi are unlikely to “blow” their settlement like Taranaki iwi Ngati Tama did earlier this year, investing their

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entire settlement into a failed IT company. “There are two reasons that is very unlikely to happen here, one iwi have big brother down the road in Ngai Tahu who has been there and done that and they are very willing to lend their help and expertise. Secondly, and they’ll hate me saying this, but Maori are very conservative investors. They will scrutinise any business before investing.” The investment will “inevitably” see more people moving to the region on the back of the settlement and more Maori-owned companies in Nelson and Tasman says Geoff. “The whole community will benefit from this because Maori see themselves as guardians of this area. They have been here for hundreds of years and will be here hundreds of years from now so their goals are in sync with the rest of the community, clean water, sustainable practices and ensuring future generations have opportunities.”

Bill Findlater says Nelson is on the cusp of a “very bright future” on the back of the food the region produces and the likely investment from iwi. “I have a firm belief that Nelson will be one of the leading regions in New Zealand, it’s bloody exGeoff Mullen. citing. The strength of our region is our primary sector and I would expect iwi to look to our primary sector in different forms to invest in and that will create opportunities not only for iwi but for the rest of the region.” Nelson mayor Aldo Miccio says the council already has a strong relationship with Maori and the settlement is great news for the region. “It’s the biggest economic development gain in the region and it’s probably one of

the biggest cash injections that Nelson has ever seen. They want to keep the money in the region and they are long-term players so it’s a very good thing. It can only be extremely positive for Nelson.” Four years ago iwi received an aquaculture settlement from the government and Geoff says that experience will help iwi plan and move forward with its latest settlement. “They’ve already started working on collaboration and they’ve started working with a lot of businesses around town discreetly. I think people would be quite amazed where they have got money invested if they knew.” Geoff says most Nelsonians have little idea about the scale of the investment and it will flow to the whole community. “What’s good for Maori is good for the whole community. This isn’t a takeover or a ‘you’ll do it my way now’, it’s actually ‘let’s work in partnership and make a better region’.” The conference for local iwi and businesses is to be held on October 18 and 19 at the Rutherford Hotel.


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matically in the past 12 months. Visitors from the United States and Europe have dropped off For the first time in five years a cruise liner will but it will be offset by a 33 per cent increase in dock at Port Nelson, a significant step in the re- tourists from China and an increase from Ausgion capturing some of the lucrative cruise ship tralia,” says Aldo. Lynda says NTT identified Asia several years market, says Nelson Tasman Tourism. Two German luxury liners will arrive in Feb- ago and has already been working to bring Asian ruary and March next year, with another con- tourists to Nelson and Tasman. “We’re not refirmed to visit on Christmas Eve 2013. NTT sponding to these trends, we actually identified chief executive Lynda Keene says the bookings these trends 12 to 24 months ago and started that work. We are clearly aligned with are great news for the region as the inwhat is happening internationally but dustry records staggering double digit we think our traditional markets will growth over the past three years in still be key for us this summer. That New Zealand. and domestic tourists, especially from NTT worked with Port Nelson to seCanterbury.” cure the bookings and Lynda says the A major NTT domestic campaign opportunity for growth is huge. “That’s with Air New Zealand is due to start just the start. We think there is a lot of on Thursday says Lynda as recent repotential around that and we’re targetsearch reveals almost 70 per cent of ing ships at 1000 passengers or less, New Zealanders are committed to the high end of the market.” seeing more of their country, accordThe ships coming here this summer ing to AA Travel. will have between 450-500 passengers Lynda Keene. In more good news for the regional with 80 per cent likely to do activities tourism promoter, the prime minister backed on-shore. “We’ve got some ideas about creating an experi- public money being spent on promoting the ence for them when they get off the ship, based country and its regions, according to Aldo. around the creative arts and craft beer trail here “John Key laboured the point that public money should be spent on attracting tourism because in Nelson,” says Lynda. The news comes as the tourism industry reports it has direct and indirect benefits to local busimajor shifts in the likely visitors to our shores. nesses. Developing our brand through tourism Nelson mayor Aldo Miccio attended the Tour- overseas also helps our exports. It should be seen ism Industry Association summit in Wellington as the branding of our economy. Because we are last week where the message was “get ready for a food-producer it’s about safe food and high standards, which all comes across in our clean, change”. “We were told that the market has shifted dra- pure image.”

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I was in hysterics over the recent Nelson Mail story on council spending for marketing. How hypocritical, although very predictable by the Mail reporters. Two things here, a council that communicates keeps confusion and disagreement to a minimum with the ratepayer therefore reducing costs overall. So keep it up Nelson City Council. The Mail story was really a nothing story and I suspect more motivated by early campaigning by a frustrated ex mayoral candidate in Rachel Reese. Also ask yourself why the council chooses the city’s new newspaper over the Mail, it must have something to do with the free-fall of the Mail readership and circulation. The council has an obligation to inform the greater mass and that’s not with the Mail. To Aldo and his team, go for it and brush these lightweights aside. To the Nelson Weekly keep it up it’s nice to be able to disagree and get printed! L Simpson (Mrs), Nelson.

Trainer Greg Witika will lead the Boot Camp for Breast Cancer fundraiser at the Nelson College for Girls gym later this month. With him are trust members from left; Kim Proctor-Western, Kate Coote, Lloyd Harwood, Kim Miccio and Bridget Harwood. Photo: Andrew Board.

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The trustees of the Nelson Regional Breast Cancer Trust are fit and raring to go for its bi-annual boot camp fundraiser. Well, raring to go at least. The boot camp is aimed for people of all ages and abilities and focuses on fun, more than fitness. It was held for the first time two years ago for the launch of the Nelson Regional Breast Cancer Trust. Around 400 people turned up that day and helped raised around $36,000 for the trust, which used the money to buy

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Your local Bush Inn Tavern has made a few “The menu is all about your steak, your ribs, changes recently, and with a brand new chef and your daily bread. It’s traditional and they and a specially designed menu, the Bush Inn are good size meals. Come down and check is welcoming locals to head in and see what’s out the Backpackers $10 value menu too.” cooking. Another new face is duty manager Maxine Owners Dave and Jackie Jeffery are excited Morrision who has come from Robbies, and says she loves the about the change in feel of the Bush focus for the busy Inn and it’s homey tavern, and say they atmosphere. look forward to the “It’s a nice local busy summer ahead. pub, with plenty “We have a lot of of regulars, I’m great things going looking forward to on, with new menus getting to know the and staff, we have people.” great regulars and The friendly staff enjoy getting to offer lunch, dinner know all of our Head down to the Bush Inn Tavern and meet the and drinks, and customers and we team: Krystal Manson, Michael Jeffery, Maxine will be putting on welcome new ones Morrison, new chef Stacey Quayle, and owners an array of live too.” Jackie and Dave Jeffery. entertainment Local Stacey Quayle is a born and bred Nelson boy and has stepped events over the summer season. in to be Head Chef, and has had a great time The Bush Inn will be hosting live music most weekends from Labour weekend, and watch giving the menu a makeover. He says customers can expect traditional, this space for the Top of the South Strong quality food, and invites customers to take Arm competition. advantage of the awesome menu he has to offer. Business Update. Adv.


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Salisbury School’s last stand Salisbury School representatives hope a last minute meeting with the minister of education can save the school, two weeks after its final submission deadline. Salisbury School principal Brenda Ellis will meet Hekia Parata in Wellington with board of trustees members Helen McDonnell, Peter Campbell and Kelly Wood. Kelly currently has a daughter attending the school while both Helen and Peter have

had children through in the past. The Ministry of Education is looking at closing two schools for students with intellectual disabilities or social-behaviour difficulties in favour of a wrap around service at public schools. It is also encouraging Salisbury School students to attend the co-education Halswell Residential School in Christchurch. The visit to Wellington will be the first time that anyone from the

Trolleys get the power Two of Nelson’s inventive trolley builders came head-to-head on Sunday in a unique challenge. The event was designed as a fun day for trolley enthusiasts and the public, and the challenge was to convert and power a racing trolley using 18 volt power drills. The trolleys raced in Nelson’s first ever Trolley Derby power drill challenge on Sunday with the help of Power Techs new mobile solar charger. Tim Bayley and Gordon Dacombe competed to see whose trolley could get the farthest around the velodrome track at Trafalgar park, and Gordon’s ‘Lightning Racer II’ wowed bystanders reaching speeds of 37km. Tim and Gordon are both members of the Nelson Trolley Club and Gordon’s grandchildren Morgan and Jared

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Morgan Dacombe, 11, of Birchwood School takes his trolley around the Trafalgar Park track. Photo: Sinead Ogilvie.

Dacombe battled it out at the track in the two creations. The two trolleys were both successful on the day, as Jared lapped Morgan almost three times before running out of juice, while Morgan only reached speed of 19.4km, his batteries outlasted its speedier counterpart by completing two more laps. Gordon enjoyed the friendly competition and was excited to build on the project as an annual day. “We hope this will inspire inventive people in Nelson to say, ‘there’s a challenge I could have a go at’, there’s a lot of people that love building stuff in their shed who would enjoy this.” Power Techs new mobile solar charger came down to provide free recharging of batteries for the racers throughout the day.

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Local hairdressers off to nationals Two Nelson hairdressers are off to represent the region at the country’s top hairdressing competition this weekend. Donna James, of Donna James Hair, is a finalist in the urban day section at the New Zealand Association of Registered Hairdressers annual awards, while Louise Wells, of Ursula Harris will compete in the urban colour section of the awards. The duo earned their spot in the national final after winning the regional competition in Blenheim in August. Competing at nationals is

nothing new for Donna, who has won many titles and is the current champion for best photographic shot. Nelson is also the defending supreme team from the last nationals, held in Christchurch two years ago, where Nelson hairdresser Ursula Harris also won the urban day section. Anna Schryvers, of Tonic in Richmond, was selected for the team in the directional cut, urban night section but was unable to attend. The four person supreme team is rounded out by two Blenheim hairdressers.

Nelson nurse Faith Fawcett, who is volunteering with a Mercy Ships hospital ship in Guinea, West Africa, applying eye drops to a patient preparing for cataract surgery. Insert: Faith with a baby at a local orphanage.

Nelson nurse helping people see again Finalists Louise Wells of Ursula Harris Hair, left, and Donna James of Donna James Hair will be representing Nelson at the national hair awards in Auckland this weekend. Photo: Sinead Ogilvie.

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Local nurse Faith Fawcett’s vacation has been a rather eye-opening trip. The Ernest Rutherford Retirement Village nurse is currently in West Africa helping hundreds of blind patients see again with a simple cataract operation. Faith is volunteering her nursing skills aboard Africa Mercy, the world’s largest charity hospital ship, operated by Mercy Ships. During her two month tour-of-duty in Conakry, Guinea Faith is part of the team running the ship’s eye clinics. She says the most impacting experience she has had during her service in Africa has been seeing the eye bandages come off her first patient the day after surgery. She watched her patient’s face simply light up as she realised that she could see again. Faith is the day-of-surgery eye nurse and

does patient screening, pre-operative and post operative care. “Onboard, my role is to put the necessary eye drops in prior to surgery - to anaesthetize the eye, then dilate the pupil, then a drop to sterilize. I also help gown up the patients, take their blood pressure and temperature, and wait with them for the call to theatre.” The mercy ship Africa Mercy is two football fields long, seven stories high and provides a unique transportable healthcare platform for the crew to treat the poorest of the poor in the developing nations of Africa’s West Coast. A steady stream of Kiwi volunteers help provide the health care services onboard for 70 patients at a time in general and intensive care wards, and the ship’s six operating theatres.

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Airport is best in NZ Nelson Airport has won the prestigious Airport of the Year award for the third time. Nelson Airport Ltd is New Zealand’s fourth busiest airport with over 800,000 passengers a year, putting it in the major airport category at the NZ Airports Awards dinner in Christchurch on Friday night. Nelson is the only airport to have won the Interspace Airport Cup three times in 2008, 2010 and now 2012. Chief executive Kaye McNabb says she was “absolutely gobsmacked” with the win. “It’s a huge team effort from a very small team, but it’s only made possible by the co-operation and attitude of all of the other businesses that contribute to the atmosphere and service that makes Nelson Airport so successful,” she says. Airport CEO Judges considerations Kaye McNabb. included Nelson Airport Ltd’s considerable contribution to aviation business growth through the Top of the South Aviation Strategy and its contribution towards regional and national economic growth. Work with NZ Airports Association, Ministry for the Environment and local councils on environmental effects and risks for the airport were also noted. Nelson Airport’s relationship with its community, and in particular its support for the Heart of Biking Cycleway trail, impressed the judges who made particular mention of the fruit tree planting initiative in their comments.

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Anne Michelle, Sharon Martin, Zoe, 7, Genie and Tyler Bradley, 5, with Girl’s Day Expo organiser Jackie Tribe prepare for Sunday’s event at Club Waimea. The Girl’s Day Expo runs from 10am until 5pm and is a chance for local businesses and services to showcase what they can offer to the women of Nelson. There are more than 40 trade stalls available and door sales are $6 per person with $1 from every ticket going to the Autism Society Nelson. For full details visit www.girlsdayexpo.com. Photo: Phillip Rollo.

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Hanging baskets ready for relaunch Sinead Ogilvie Nelson's iconic hanging flower baskets are ready to go up, and with 800 baskets set to bloom expect a colourful array on our streets this summer. The vibrant show will be put up next week, and will take up to 30 volunteers a day and five days to complete, and that’s just the planting and hanging of the baskets. The tradition began 12 years ago, and local businesses and the public show a huge amount of support each year, either buying a basket for outside their shop or volunteering their time to help plant them, says Nelmac. The project is implemented by the Nelson City Council and overseen by Mike Gafa, team leader at Nelmac nursery who has been with the hanging baskets project since it all began, and he says the baskets are all about bringing Nelson’s “streets to life” for the summer season. Planning for the arrangements started back in May, when last season’s flowers were coming down and turning to compost, Nelmac Nursery staff began their busy selection process for the season ahead, deciding on what flowers to use for the bright displays. Mike says that after years of putting the project together, the team has used a bit of kiwi ingenuity to deliver the colourful show for the community, creating tools,

Alice Buschl and Mike Gafa, from the Nelmac Nursery team with some of the flowers that will be going up in the Nelson CBD this week. Photo: Sinead Ogilive. and growing the plants chemical free to ensure sustainability. “Each year we look at efficiencies, how we can do things better, we are the only people that use biodegradable pots, and we have created our own potting mix. We put a lot of thought into our own innovations to make the job run

really smoothly and sustainably.” Mike says the idea is all about bringing smiles to faces in Nelson, and people always look forward to seeing the flowers up. “The best part for us is not only the comments ‘oh are you taking the flowers down?’ at the end of the season, but at the

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Monday, October 1 A report of wilful damage occurred at 1am on Beach Rd and there was a report of a domestic dispute on Muritai St at 10.30am. A shoplifting incident was reported to have happened at 12pm on St Vincent St and at 8.54pm a 29 year old male was arrested for wilful damage and assault with a blunt instrument relating to an incident reported at 10am on Nayland Rd in Stoke. Tuesday, October 2 There were two incidents on Quebec Rd, one was a report of arson at 3am and a domestic dispute was reported at 9am. A 21 year old male was arrested at 3.25pm for the theft of a vehicle in Montgomery car park, and an 18 year old female was arrested at 7.45pm for unlawfully taking a vehicle at from Locking St. There was a report of shoplifting at 4.15pm on Quarantine Rd. Wednesday, October 3 There were four incidents reported of wilful damage, one occurred on Weka St at 8.30pm and one happened at 10.30pm on Queens Rd. Two arrests were made in the relation of wilful damage, a 17 year old women was arrested at 1am for a situation that occurred on Rimu St and a 26 year old man was arrested for both wilful damage and male assaulting female at Tipahi St. Thursday, October 4 Three arrests were made for disorderly behaviour, a 27 year old female at 3.00pm, a 41 year old male at 3.55pm relating to an incident on Bridge St, and a 40 year old male at 11.30pm. Friday, October 5 Two arrests were made for shoplifting on St Vincent St, one a 48 year old male at 11.40am and the other a 63 year old female at 7.30pm. Saturday, October 6 On Saturday at 7.30am a 22 year old male was arrested for common assault on Washington Rd and there were three reports of domestic assault, the first at 5.40pm at Hastings St Washington Valley, one reported at Atawhai Dve and one at 10.55pm on Collingwood St. Sunday, October 7 A 25 year old male was arrested at 10.55am on Bronte St for three counts of wilful damage, assault with intent to injure and possession of drug utensils. There four reports of breach of the liquor ban on Bridge St and Collingwood St.

at Nelson College over the weekend and got some key feedback from J Williams. Origin has been together in its current format for the past year and features Bride-Rose Downing, Hayley Barnett, Jorgia Marsh, Hana Morris, Melia Wilkins, Lucy Everett and Ashley Belk. They are coached by Gemma Laing. Lucy says performing alongside Titani-

um and J Williams was the “best thing” the group had ever done. “It was good because it was serious but we were able to have some fun as well. He [J Williams] actually asked us to perform our world’s set, which was amazing that he asked us. He really enjoyed it.” Melia, who is also the group’s choreographer, says they were relieved to be finally going to the world championship after weeks of rigorous training. She was confident that they would perform well. “We had 16 hours of training last week between four days so once we leave I hope it’ll all be worth it,” she says. “We’re not going there to lose. We’re going to try our darn hardest to come back with a gold medal.” Origin will be the only New Zealand crew in the junior category, which is for competitors aged between 13 and 17 years old. If they get through all of the rounds, making it into the final eight, the dancers would have performed the same two minute routine six times. There are between 40 and 50 teams competing in their grade in Dordrecht. Origin is also through to the next The Origin Dance Crew is going to the Unite Hip-Hop World Championship in the round of New Zealand’s Got Talent Netherlands. They are Hana Morris, centre, Bride-Rose Downing, Hayley Barnett, and has been selected to perform at Jorgia Marsh, Melia Wilkins, Lucy Everett and Ashley Belk. Photo: Phillip Rollo. Coca Cola Christmas in the Park.

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Each week photos from the Nelson Provincial Museum’s “glass plate” collection will run in Nelson Weekly and Waimea Weekly. Left: Miss L G Hodgson. Nelson Provincial Museum, Isaacs and Clark Collection: 8238. Below: Fire brigade. Nelson Provincial Museum: F N Jones Collection 321317. Can you tell us more about these photos? Email details you may have to: history@ museumnp.org.nz. Looking for the mice as part of the Broadgreen House holiday programme is 11 year old Fraser Buckley last week. Fraser was one of many students who took part in the promotion last week, with it running until this Sunday. The idea of the game is to find all of the nominated animals in each of the rooms at Broadgreen House. Fraser says he enjoyed the challenge and reckoned he was pretty quick. This week is the final week of school holidays. Photo: Andrew Board.

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thrive in the Nelson/Takaka region. These growers also supply good numbers of plants to garden centres all over the country. My visit to Vibrant Earth was exciting and I came away with a very good feeling about the work being done here. There are so many plants it would be impossible to list but some of the stand-outs are the wisterias that were mainly in full bud and With Robyn Hollis are now out in the garden centres. The hybrid clematis – many Hello to all you busy gardeners, varieties including “macropetala” lagoon with it’s beautiful The last few days have really felt like spring is finally here! I deep blue lantern flowers, and “Louise Rowe” which has, semi am sure that the low hum I hear when working outside is the double pale violet flowers and loves to climb through trees. sound of the grass growing, it seems to get longer Hydrangeas - a great selection of colours; by the hour, but it could well be the bees very busy and hydrangea Quercifolia “Pee Wee” which at work. There appear to be a lot more of these is a smaller more compact version and has little critters around this year - the viburnums wonderful autumn foliage with good size seem to vibrate with the number of bees working white flower heads. the flowers. It has to be the most fragrant time Look out next season for Loropetalum of the year with narcissi, hyacinths and freesias “Firedance” - a real stunner and Ligularia competing with boronias and viburnum for top “Przewalskii” which grows to around 1.5 spot in the perfume stakes! mtrs tall is great in the back of a border. Hybrid Clematis H F Young The website is www.vibrantearth.co.nz and Unfortunately, the downside to all this growth is it is set up so you can easily find your way that the weeds also join in and I am having a rather difficult around. They offer a selection of plants to suit your garden time dealing to what can only be called an outbreak of feral type i.e. Native, easy care, English, etc and I have spent radishes….yes, you did read this correctly, I am plagued with some time on this and found it really user friendly. They also the whole back garden bed being covered by radishes. I can tell you who stocks the plant and have many helpful hints on only think that they must have come with a load of compost planting and care. and mulch that I procured 2 years or so ago and have • When planting hybrid s i h T just been lying in wait for clematis always plant deep. weeks the perfect season to erupt! You can safely bury the first It wouldn’t be so bad if we 2 nodes in the planting hole, as they need to be kept firm actually liked radishes but in the ground. The stems of clematis are pliable and easily neither “he who digs holes” broken so care is needed and a stake or bamboo rod is a good or myself are at all keen on idea. They can suffer from root rot so I recommend you use these windy little vegetables. a Kiwi care product when planting called ‘’No root rot die The good thing is they are back”. Once established they are well worth the effort and Hybrid Clematis Nellie Moser quite easy to pull out but I will flower in spring and again in autumn for many years. fear we will be seeing them for many years to come. • Time to redo your hanging baskets with lobelias, petunias, ivy leaf geraniums, alyssum, etc for a colourful summer display. With the start of a new season I decided to go and visit one of • You can also grow vegies in baskets; buttercrunch lettuce, our local growers to update myself with any new and exciting parsley, spinach, snow peas and happenings out there in nursery land. I am not sure whether hanging cherry tomatoes all do or not you are aware that we have several major wholesale well as do strawberries- just give plant nurseries located in our region. If you see the plant you it a go! buy sporting a Vibrant Earth logo, a Thirkettles tag, a Waimea • Cut fuchsias back by at least nursery or Titoki label or even an Appletons tag these plants 2/3rds to encourage growth and have all been raised and nurtured by local growers in our own check for rust on the old leaves. region. This means several things but I guess the main one is • Trim hedges before they get too that they have all been raised in this climate, have wintered much growth on them, especially Peastraw over in our area, and in many cases have been bred to really formal type hedges.

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Athletics Nelson completed But there was heartbreak for the its best ever finish at the men’s over 50 team, who saw New Zealand Road Relay national cross country champion Championship but if it wasn’t Cliff Bowman surrender to a leg for a heartbreaking injury on injury, holding an eight minute the final leg of the Men’s Over lead on his nearest challenger 50 race, the club could have on the last leg of the race. Greg been celebrating an overall first Lautenslager, running his first placing. serious race in six years, had Athletics Nelson finished got the team into the lead early second overall on points, behind after Ian Courtenay and Tim eventual winners Wellington Cross had gone before him. Bill Scottish. The Nelson teams Revell, Patrick Meffan, Murray came from behind in both the Hart and Dave Dixon kept the men’s masters 40-49 and over 60 grades to take the club’s two gold medals on the Upper Moutere course. The masters 40-49’s hopes were left to Phil Costley, who has 31 national titles to his name. Phil sneaked up to his competitor in the final 200m to win by just three seconds, despite having two minutes and 40 seconds to catch up on the clock when he was tagged in at the last relay exchange. The relay team also featured John Kennedy, Ian Thomas, Jon Linyard, Stu Cottam, Graeme Taylor, Neil Jon Linyard tags in Stu Cottam durWhittaker and Peter ing the national road relay champiVersey. onship. Photo: Phillip Rollo. But the men’s 40-49 team were not the only locals to pace knowing they had a trump leave it late with the first ever card in Cliff as the last runner. Athletics Nelson men’s over Competition rules allow for 60 relay also waiting until the another runner to take the place final leg to push in front. Race of an injured competitor so organiser Ian Morrison was one the team could finish the race. minute and half behind before However, the men’s over 50s he was tagged in but managed were forced to take the seven to create a similar margin on minute time penalty that goes his opposition from Wellington with the exemption. Nelson’s Scottish as the team finished the final runner was first across 39.49km course in two hours the finish line but Auckland 21 minutes and 11 seconds. University and Lake City The men’s over 60 team also Rotorua completed the 71.67km included Chris Bolter, Barry course before the penalty had Dewar, Derek Shaw and Hugh stopped. Athletics Nelson had to Neill. be content with a bronze medal.

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Nelson’s newest national sporting team is asking its future fans to help give it a name. The consortium behind the bid to bring a ASB national youth league football team to Nelson is launching a competition – in conjunction with Nelson Weekly and Waimea Weekly newspapers – to come up with a name for the new team. The Nelson-based team will draw on players from the top of the south and has a goal of developing the region’s best young players to higher honours. The bid to enter the competition was confirmed by New Zealand Football last month. The consortium is also hoping to apply for a full

ASB Premiership team in the coming seasons. To enter the competition, email your idea for a team name to topsouthfootball@gmail.com. The winner will be invited to sit in the corporate box for the team’s first home game and receive other prizes. The Top-of-the-South consortium is also calling for expressions of interest from coaches and players with trials to be held on October 27 and 28. The group are also looking for businesses that would like to sponsor the team. To register your interest about being a part of the Nelson ASB Youth League team, email your details to topsouthfootball@gmail.com.

IN THE FIRING LINE: Wakatu’s Shane Laurence in action during Saturday’s Nelson Cricket Association two-day opener against Sprig & Fern Tavern Motueka. Motueka was looking strong with the bat and currently sit at 235/7 after 66 overs courtesy of half centuries to Kurt Pahl and Duncan Cederman. Bud Jackson has collected three wickets with Shane bagging two. In round one’s other matches Harrington’s Beer Café Waimea Toi Toi United face Taylor’s Contracting Wanderers and Car Company Stoke/Nayland face Athletic College Old Boy’s. Day two will begin this Saturday. Photo: Phillip Rollo.

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13 October - OPENING NIGHT 27 October - Coca Cola Fireworks 10 November - Challenge Cup - Nelson Tigers vs Palmerston North Panthers 24 November - WOW South Island Sprintcar Series

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Dave Kerr takes a tumble during the Midget racing at the Tahuna Beach Holiday Park Speedway. Photo Phillip Rollo summer Saturday nights at the Tahuna Beach Holiday Park Speedway then you are in for an awesome six months. Practices have been well attended with new drivers and machinery getting in those preseason laps and ironing out the teething problems in preparation for the new season.

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PH: 03 544 8652 North Panthers for the Challenge Cup. Also that night the TQ Midgets have the first of their three round Club Championships and Production Saloons are running a Best Pairs. The following meeting on 24 November sees the mighty Sprintcars make their return to Nelson, with a round of the War of the Wings being held here again. Being early in the season a full field of top competitors is expected. The Sprintcars are supported by the Midget Club Champs, the Mark Thorn Memorial for Sidecars and the Stockcar triple. The Tigers get their second home track outing of the season when the mighty Wellington Wildcats return on 8 December after many years in hibernation. This will be a hard fought battle with both teams keen to start with a win in what is hoped will be an ongoing challenge. The following meeting on 15 December features what is becoming a must

see event for Super Saloon fans, the Elf Super Cup. Early indications are that the number of entrants is up on last season and could reach as many as 20. The final meeting of the year is on 29 December and will see the TQ Midgets, Superstocks and Sidecars all competing in their respective club championships. A small break over New Year gives the club the time to focus on hosting the New Zealand Home Loans NZ Superstock Championship on 11 and 12 January. The Superstock Champs is the jewel in the speedway crown and Nelson last hosted it in 2003/04. That year the top three places went to the North Island but over the past decade South Island drivers have proved they are now a force to be reckoned with, and have had six top three finishes including three national titles. Nelson now has some top quality vehicles and some of the

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most talented drivers in the country and there is definitely a real opportunity to crown a home track champion. The other major promotions that round out the rest of the season are the Classic Hits Demolition Derby, the Sturgeons Amusements King of the Clay, the two day Stanaway Roading Stock Shock, Stockcar teams racing between the Tasman Thunder and the Greymouth Grizzlies and the return of the Winged Warriors-Modifieds. There are a number of support promotions planned to complement the main events and to ensure that fans of all classes leave every meeting happy. Some classes are introducing alternative formats to traditional events such as their club championships in an effort to continue to attract the fans and hopefully a few more visiting drivers. Our youngest members haven’t been forgotten and the Burger King Junior members club has some fun things planned for you. Make sure you get along to the souvenir shop and sign up. There are plenty of Coca Cola goodies hidden away to give out on fireworks night and plans are already under way for your Christmas party. This season the club has also made

changes to ensure that every tummy also leaves fully satisfied with new food vendors trading inside the arena, providing such delights as baked potatoes, nachos and fresh coffees. You can still enjoy a traditional hotdog and chips or a selection of hot foods from the McCall shop as well as cold drinks, ice cream and confectionery. We have had to make a slight increase to gate prices but, in an effort to ensure families do not have to miss their night out, these have been made to members and pensioner prices which have increased to $10. Adults are still $15 and a family pass for two adults and up to three children remains at only $300. For up to date information, photos, gossip etc make sure you join our Nelson Speedway Facebook group or check out the club website www. nelsonspeedway.co.nz. Obviously we hope the weather is kinder to us than last season but in the event of unsettled weather cancellations will be broadcast on Classic Hits and posted on the website. Enjoy your summer speedway season which kicks off this Saturday night at the Tahuna Beach Holiday Park Speedway in Lansdowne Road Appleby. Gates open at 6pm with racing from 7pm.

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Top four for Nayland basketballers Nayland College has established itself as one of New Zealand basketball's heavyweights, securing a record equalling fourth place at the national secondary school AA championship in Nelson last week. Nayland were knocked out of finals contention by defending champions Rosmini College, going down 87-76 at the Trafalgar Centre on Saturday night. Nayland then lost to another defeated semi-finalist Hutt Valley High School in the third/fourth playoff but had strong showings against Burnside High School in the quarter finals after topping pool three with only one loss to its name. It is the second time in just three years the side has made it to the semi-finals and the second time its players have made the tournament's selection squad. Sharpshooter Locky Campion earned individual praise from Basketball New Zealand but he wasn't alone in making strong performances throughout the tournament. Nayland College coach Chris Tupu relied heavily on a core of six players with young Nelson Giants big man Angus Riley completing a heavy work load while Scott Cameron and Nathan Dempster were also outstanding throughout the week.

Nayland College basketball player Nathan Dempster drives to the hoop during last week's NZSS AA Basketball Championship in Nelson. Photo: Phillip Rollo. The future looks even brighter with young guns Jonas Kale and Toma Noguchi making significant contributions in the playoffs while Angus and Locky will still remain as key figures for at least another two years. The Nayland College noise crew gave the team a clear edge with dozens of maroonclad fans chanting at each fixture. The tournament was eventu-

ally won by Westlake Boys High School with its key player, Tall Black Tai Webster claiming the MVP award. Nelson College, who were one game away from reaching the quarter finals before being beaten by Nayland College in the final pool three match, ended the tournament with a creditable 14th placing. Finn Delaney had a strong tournament for the only other home side at the tournament.

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The Konica Minolta Nelson Cycle hit the ground round with two of its key events being staged on the event’s first weekend. The festival began in the Moutere Hills for round six of the Benchmark Series with two Nelson riders ending Saturday with the leader’s jersey. The race started from Lower Moutere School. A break was firmly established towards the end of the first lap of the race with most of the teams represented in it, including a strong team from Cycling Otago. The Tasman Wheelers were forced to chase for most of the race to protect the general classification hopes of team leader Chris Nicholson. The third time the race headed down the Motueka Valley Highway the main field had nearly caught the breakaway group but failed to maintain the momentum with the race splitting up in the closing kilometres as a result of the trying conditions. Brad Evans won a close fought sprint finish from Brad Tuhi of the Homestyle Test Team with Darcy Ellerm-Norton of Benchmark Homes Cycling Team third. Chris has moved into the leader’s jersey with Brad, who races for Cycling Otago, picking up the Under-23 jersey and Mark Spessot of Cycle World taking the master’s jersey. The women’s race set off 20 minutes after the men and was slow to get start-

ed. Some aggressive riding from Karen Fulton over the Waiwheros managed to form a break of four. Eloise Fry, who was a last minute ring in for the Otago team, initially tried to close the gap but the group managed to stay away. On the final lap Reta Trotman of Cycling Otago attacked several times over the Waiwheros dropping Karen. There was a close sprint for the finish with Reta just beating Benchmark Homes duo of Sharlotte Lucas and Hayley Mercer. Karen finished fourth and still retains the leader’s jersey. The second key event of the Nelson Cycle Festival was one of its more unique races with cyclists rounding the Nelson Cathedral for the Nelson City Criterium. Weather conditions were a vast improvement from Saturday and the sunshine and the special course drew a good group of spectators throughout the afternoon. A number of cyclists followed up from the Benchmark Series and it was Ian Smallman who took first place in the men’s A grade race followed by Kieran Hambrook and Brad Tuhi. Other grade winners included Felix Laufkotter in the opening B grade race, Wayne Pool in the C grade event, Ethan Batt in D grade and Mike Yate in the E grade race. Shaane Fulton was first place in the junior event. For more on the festival visit www.nelsoncyclefest.co.nz.

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tober. Juniors 8:30-10am, adults 3-5pm. At Rutherford Park Tennis Courts. Social, fun and fitness for the whole family. Call 027 450 2888 for more information NELSON NEWCOMERS NETWORK Newcomers Pub evening on Wednesday, 9 October, @ 6.30 pm at Prince Albert Hotel, 113 Nile St. Nelson. Join in and enhance your social connection. Contact Vanessa at nesspage2003@ yahoo.com for more info. 80th ANNIVERSARY CONCERTS by the Nelson Male Voice Choir, Nelson School of Music. Saturday 13 Oct 7.30 pm and Sun 14 Oct 2.00pm Adults $20; Under 16 $5-00, Under 10 Free. A family affair Tickets available; Nelson School of Music, Summit Real Estate Stoke, Richmond Mall SPORT TASMAN RICHMONd RECREATION CENTRE: 9 Cambridge St Richmond ENQUIRIES 544 3955. HEALTH SEMINAR Oral Health Educator, Esme Palliser & Hygienist Kathy Turner $3 NEW!!!! CIRCUIT CLASS: Starting Wed 24 Oct 11am $4 Gym style circuit class. Suitable for all ages & levels of fitness. EASE in2 CYCLING: Is starting back up! Mon 15 & Wed 17 Oct 1pm-3pm Popular Social cycling group, gain confidence on your bike. All Welcome. FEELING SAd, STRESSEd OR STUCK? Identify and explore new ways to move forward with a LifeLine Nelson Counsellor. Call 548 2400. Up to 10 FREE Face to Face counselling sessions. PLUNKET BABY BONANZA Sat 10 Nov, 9am-12pm. Over 50 stalls with near new & secondhand children’s clothing & toys. Table bookings now open. Large table $20, Small table $10, Space $5 Phone Lisa on 5424496 or email footies@xtra.co.nz Spaces are limited REFUGEE SERVICES seeks volunteers to assist Burmese and Nepali Bhutanese families resettling in Nelson. Rewarding fun experience and a great way to meet new friends and make a difference. Next training course 2-4 Nov. Contact brittany.refugeeservices@gmail.com or 548-4978. BROAdGREEN HISTORIC HOUSE 276 Nayland Road Stoke School holiday programme - Where Am I? Animal related activity. Compete for a sweet treat. Open daily 10.30am4.30pm. Adults $4, Seniors $3, Children $1. Inquiries phone 547 0403 FASHION & ARTS SHOW: Fundraising for Soroptimists of Waimea Project supporting education. Fashion by Beetees. Shoes by Whitwells. Amazing Raffles. Music by Paul Madsen Art on display for sale. Complimentary wine & juice. Nibbles. Tues 16 Oct 7.30pm at Headingly Centre, Headingly Lane Richmond Tickets $20 available at Beetees (Nelson & Mot) Whitwells or annette@netz.co.nz. All welcome. BRING THE FAMILY! Connecting Families Day at YMCA Nelson. Fun activities, bouncy castle, games, food stalls and the World Basketball Challenge at Ykids and YMCA, Victory, on Sat 13 Oct 10.00am-2.00pm REGULAR EVENTS PROBUS CLUB OF NELSON CITY welcomes men & women as new members. Meetings held on 2nd Thursday of each month. For more info phone Jo 545 0991 NELSON PROVINCIAL MUSEUM until mid November 'Save Our Snails – Giant Land Snails of Te Tau Ihu'. 16 Sept to Mid Feb 2013 - Te Ahi Kā Roa, Te Ahi Kātoro Taranaki War 18602010 Our Legacy - Our Challenge TENNIS: LADIES morning @ Tahunanui Dr. Tennis Club. Wed mornings from 9.30am. Enquiries Anne 5477043. FRIENdS OF THE QUEEN'S GARdENS help keep the gardens looking their best. We

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Community Events ITALIAN FOR BEGINNERS and for intermediate level students. A fun and practical ten week course for both levels in the basics of Italian pronunciation and communication-with a dash of culture and music. Weds at Club Italia, 9 Trafalgar St. Beginners 7pm, Intermediate 8pm. Next sessions begin 17 Oct. Bookings required. For enrolments/info please phone Joe Rifici 545-6046 NELSON COMMUNITY POTTERS fun evening class with Charles Shaw. Tues 16 Oct - 18 Dec, 7-9pm. Great for beginners or more experienced. $120 for 10 week course, e-mail ncpotters@gmail.com to register. LIFE COACH: Lose weight, enjoy your relationships, love your life & stop wasting time on regret, the past, guilt or lack of motivation and support. You can move forward, let go & produce a new, happier future, NO MATTER WHAT. Contact me now, your life, and your choice, become empowered & free. Caron Proctor-Life Coach Nelson www.lifecoachnelson.co.nz 021 1457 162 SMART HEARTS Your community support and Exercise Club. For people with or at risk of heart issues. Activity, information & support with a cuppa too. Tahuna Presbyterian Church Muritai St Tahuna. Starts Mon 8 Oct 10.30am. Cost $5. Call Angie Baker to enrol. Ph 547 0198 GARdEN TRAIL: Sat 17 November, 10am4pm. Ten great gardens for you to visit in the Richmond/Hope area. A fund-raising event for Holy Trinity Church’s new community centre. Tickets $10 each - available from Richmond Mall Customer Service Counter or Bay Nurseries. Call: 544 6606 COMPUTERS for over 50s: SeniorNet monthly meeting. Questions & problems: discussion and solutions - computer related, of course! Wed 17 Oct @ 2pm, SeniorNet rooms, Pioneers Park, Hastings St (opposite Spotlight). All welcome. Ph 5469349. NEW AQUA-THERAPY SESSIONS for hip, knee, ankle, shoulder and back issues. Exercise professionals with you in the warm water. 6 week course starts Thurs 1 Nov. Bookings Essential. For details Angie Baker 547 0198 or 021330905 TRAdERS MALL at ‘What A Weekend’ Embroidery School. Waimea College Hall Open to Public Sat 13th 9am until 3.30pm. Sun 14th 9am until 1pm. Merchants from out of town. Creative fabrics, hand dyed threads, jewellery, and embroidery supplies galore. Contact Donna 03 5465469 NELSON TROUT FISHING CLUB Monthly meeting. 7.30pm. 17 Oct. Fish and Game Rooms, 66 Champion Rd, Richmond. Speaker Cameron Reid "Salt water Fly fishing" thenelsontroutfishingclub.com NELSON TRAMPING CLUB invites and welcomes you Oct 13 Daltons/Elvy tracks, Easy, $11, Robyn 5473231. Oct 19-22, Burn Creek, Hard, $35, Dion 5477562. Full details www.nelsontrampingclub.org.nz FAMILY FUN NIGHT at Nelson Cathedral Wed 31 Oct 5-7pm. Fun for the whole family. ARTS FESTIVAL SERVICE: Sun 14 Oct at 6pm Nelson Cathedral EX WESTCOASTERS & FAMILIES get together Sun 4 Nov at the Suburban Club 1 pm $5.00. Special guest Tony Kokshoorn Grey District Mayor. Contact Doug 546 4479 or Geoff 547 1101 HAVE-A-GO dAY FOR LAWN BOWLS at Ngawhatu Bowling Club. Sun 14 Oct 11am2pm. Wear soft soled shoes, bowls & tuition provided with a sausage sizzle. Follow the balloons from Ngawhatu Rd through Montebello & up the valley to the bowling club and green. Contact M Orbell 547 4340 TENNIS OPEN dAYS - Free every Sat in Oc-

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meet weekly to rake, polish & groom. Ph Ellen 546 6533. NELSON & dISTRICTS WOOdTURNING CLUB INC: Free introductory turning lessons. Club demonstration night 2nd Tues of the month held 50 Sovereign St, Nelson 7.00pm all welcome. Contact Ross 035 476331 STOKE-TAHUNANUI Rotarians would like to hear from interested people, (young & young at heart) keen in giving something back to our community, as well as having some fun along the way. Phone John 5473408 VICTORY SIXTY PLUS: Tues 1.30-3.30pm 238 Upper Vanguard St. Join us for cards, games & a cuppa. For more info contact Jan on 546 9057 or 027 4577 955. SOCIAL TABLE TENNIS: Mon & Fri 9amnoon. Wed 7pm-9pm from $4pp or $10 a family Bats provided. Non-marking footwear essential. Ph stadium 5479479 or Karen 5473005 www.tabletennisnelson.org.nz NELSON BUddHIST CENTRE: Nile St, opp School. Regular get-togethers to learn the teachings of Buddha; M-F evening meditation at 6pm; movie nights every Thurs; study group on a Sunday. Calm in the heart of the city. Here for you as a community service. Phone 9700749 LIGHTHOUSE SPIRITUAL AWARENESS CENTRE: Meets Mon 7.30pm, Senior Citizen's Hall, Trafalgar St (opp. Trailways). All welcome. NELSON WOMEN & CHILdREN’S REFUGE requires assistance with supporting the out of hours Crisisline. Police check required / driver’s licence useful. You must be 2 years violence free. Full training/continuous support provided for volunteers. Contact T: 03 548 3353 / 0272 512338/email staff.whakaturefuge@xtra. co.nz. STOKE SIT ANd BE FIT: Methodist Church Lounge. Neale Ave. Tues 10am. Seated exercise to music. Learn how to breathe more fully for better health. For men & women. $2 donation for Arthritis NZ. Phone 5464670 / 0276221878. NORdIC WALKING: Come along on Wed, 9:45am. $5 including pole rental or $3 for MS & Parkinson's Society members. Meet at Saxton Stadium car park, warm up & leave on foot from there, everyone can go at their own pace - finish with stretches and are back by 10:45. Show up or phone 021 872 460 ROTARY CLUB OF RUTHERFORd NELSON-Having Fun Helping Others: Meets Mon. Fern Lodge Prince Albert Hotel, Nile St. 5.30pm for 6.00pm. For enquiries contact Barry 03 5451398 ARTY CRAFTIES: Bring your craft or hobby along & spend some time on it with other crafty people at Tahunanui Community Centre! Gold coin/koha. Mon 1.30pm. Tea provided 5486036. WAY2GO WALKING GROUP: New start time 9.45am Thurs Meet at Tahunanui Community Centre. Bring gold card (or $6) as sometimes we bus & walk, sometimes just walk! Come join us! Ph Jo @ TCC for info 5486036 SING HYMNS ANd GOSPEL IN REST HOMES: Enjoy singing, no experience. Phone 545 8688 after 5pm. IRONING MAIdENS: Ironing’s less painful when you do it with other people so bring your ironing pile to Tahunanui Community Centre & we’ll get through it together! Ph Jo at TCC 5486036 for details! Fridays 1pm. NELSON CITY LUNCHEON CLUB Meets on 2nd & 4th Mondays at Masonic Hall, Nile Street for a meal and an invited speaker. $16:00 pp. Programme at http://nelsoncityluncheonclub.blogspot.com/ Phone Annie 539 0620 LAUGHTER YOGA: The body’s natural antidote to stress. Simple yet powerful exercise, combining yogic breathing. Bring yoga mat or towel. Wed 5.30-6.30pm $2 at Victory Centre

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O’Donnell/Rowe Tony and Antonia are pleased to announce the arrival of Meika June Margaret O’Donnell born 24 September at 10.59pm, 7lb 8oz Little sister to proud big brother Marcus.

Parr Geoff, Tania and big brother Mason are pleased to announce the arrival of Tyler Owen Parr on 27th September 2012, 7lb 10oz. Special thanks to our wonderful midwife Jean Horn.

Skinner Tim and Kirsty (nee Baillie) are thrilled to announce the arrival of Levi Flint. Born on 7 August 2012. An adorable little brother for Ethan and Caleb. A special thank you to our midwife Andrea Vincent. Isaiah 50:7

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Deaths ATKINSON, Joy Isabell, suddenly in Nelson on 2 October 2012. Loved daughter of the late Keith & Isabella Atkinson & sister of Leslie Quinn. Aged 59 years. Messages to PO Box 1214, Nelson. A service for Joy has been held at Shone & Shirley. POWNALL, Richard Neville, (Dick) On Monday October 1, 2012, Aged 85 years. Dearly loved husband of the late Joan. Loved father of Simon (Sydney), & Phillipa Dickey (Helensvale, Queensland.) Loved Grandad of Marcus Dickey, Jeremy Pownall & Brianna McLean. Messages to P O Box 1214, Nelson 7040. No flowers please but donations to Nelson Region Hospice, PO Box 283 Nelson or www. nelsonhospice.org.nz/ donations/ would be appreciated. A service for Dick has been held. MASON, John Walter. Passed away peacefully at Nelson Hospice on Wednesday 26th Sept aged 65 years. Will be greatly missed by his wife Judy, sons & partners Nick, Chris & Nicki, Tim & Donna, and grandchildren Jackson, Mickaela & Isaac. Thanks to everyone involved in John’s care over the last months, especially the staff at Nelson Hospice. Donations the The Nelson Region Hospice Trust, P O Box 283, Nelson in memory of John would be appreciated. A service for John has been held. OBINSON, Lester John (John), passed away suddenly at his home on September 29, 2012, aged 81 years. Loved husband of the late Marion, cherished friend & companion of Joy Coutts, loved brother & brother-inlaw of Betty & the late Reg Kyle. Loved & respected father & fatherin-law of Kaye Duncan & Shayne Pickering, Susan & Matt Sinclair & Jennifer Robinson. Devoted Grandad of Jason & Tracey, Brent and Aimee, Logan & Teneil. A service for John was held at Shone & Shirley.


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