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Nelson sank up to 20mm after the Kaikoura earthquake says a GNS scientist, on top of the annual 2-3mm the region is normally sinking.

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Wellington-based geodetic scientist Sigrun Hreinsdottir says that while people needn’t panic, it is something residents and local councils need to consider when thinking about long-term planning. Sigrun says there are 200 recording stations throughout New

Zealand run by LINZ and Geonet that continuously monitor land movement, including three in the Nelson region. “The stations in Nelson showed a drop ranging from between 1020mm after the Kaikoura earthquake. It’s not a huge change, but it is significant,” she says.

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“But our monitoring has also shown that the Nelson region has been subsiding 2-3mm per year since we first started observing the area in 2004. “This is something that is of huge interest to scientists, and it is important when we think about sea levels changing too.

“2-3mm a year may only sound like a little bit - but when you add on the sea level rise on top of that...” A recently published paper by GNS Science shows that last November’s magnitude 7.8 earth-

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Mountain of mouthguards Andrew Board Andrew Marriot is in the business of a perfect smile, so protecting the teeth of local kids with free mouthguards is a perfect fit. The long-standing sponsorship of free mouthguards for junior rugby players between Nelson Orthodontics and Tasman Rugby Union has now ticked over a couple of milestones: ten years and more than 50,000 mouthguards donated. Andrew says he’s delighted to help protect the teeth of Nelson kids.

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“As the only orthodontists in town, we feel a community responsibility and we really want to focus on stuff that involves youth, dental health and giving back to the community. The feedback we get from some of the clubs is that it saves the parents money and some have even said it’s the difference between a kid playing sport or not because buying a mouthguard is just an extra expense.” As junior rugby prepares to kick off for another season after the school holidays, new Tasman Rugby Union rugby development officer Mark Cochrane says mouthguards will soon be handed out to local clubs and schools. “It has been a great, long-standing relationship. We know mouthguards prevent concussion, den-

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Nelson’s Church St is set to become a social dining hub with construction earmarked to start in April 2018 at a cost of $575,000. Nelson City Council’s works and infrastructure committee have unanimously agreed to move forward with detailed design and construction of transforming the street into a one-way pedestrian-oriented environment. In June last year, Church St business owners and landowners approached council with a view of working together to improve the key inner city laneway, which is home to Kush Coffee, East St Cafe and Nicola’s Cantina. A report to council last month said the project would “develop the character of the street, forming a better connection between city hubs and improving the walkability and permeability of the city.” Pedestrians will have priority over vehicles with one-way traffic flow for the full length

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It was the cold case that had fair way out really. Further than stumped police, intrigued the you’d think. Then again, there wider public and left a Nelson could’ve been some movement family heart-broken. over the years from prop wash But last Monday a simple from ships and tugs working operation to recover an anchor by around that area. So I rubbed two crew members of a visiting the door panel and straight away superyacht blew the case of the a bright yellow popped out. whereabouts of Nelson teenager Instantly, I thought of Leo. I guess Leo Lipp-Neighbours, it’s such an unusual thing missing since January to see a yellow vehicle, 2010, wide open. you just don’t see them, Nelson Weekly spoke apart from the odd with the people who Lamborghini, so it was were there on the day, a real trigger, and the helping to bring Leo’s fact it was old. It looked Leo Lippdistinctive Toyota like it had been there for Neighbours. Corolla from the water years, and I thought s*** off Wakefield Quay. Here is how that’s two likely scenarios. That they felt, in their own words. put a bit more interest and heat into the situation. It confirmed it The diver, Diving Services NZ really.” Bruce Lines: “My overall feeling of the The volunteers, Nelson Surf situation... I guess like everyone Lifesaving Club president else involved, I feel relieved Marcus Gardner: I was able to help the family “From our point of view it’s really and the Nelson community get good we could assist and help some closure. There’s a little with the recovery. It helps us bit of retrospect, and people feel as a group that we’ve done approaching searches in the what we can do. It’s good to have future might think differently. a result, but sad it has taken so It’s crazy when you put the dots long to find the car. But it’s just together. the reality when you do searches. “I found it pretty quickly. It was a It’s hard to know where someone

Police divers take a break on board a boat off Wakefield Quay during the operation to lift the car belonging to Leo Lipp-Neighbours off the sea bed last Tuesday. Photo: Andrew Board. can go, and we can only search on the basis of what information we have. He disappeared like a needle in a haystack and it’s hard on the family and the people who have searched all these years.” The detective, Sergeant Mark Kaveney: “I’ve been the officer in charge of the case since the day Leo went missing. From my perspective, it’s a relief for the family. Obviously, there is still an identification process that needs to be completed, but it has been an absolute nightmare for his family for the last seven years,

and hopefully they may be able to now get some form of closure from Leo’s disappearance.” The journalist, Nelson Weekly editor Andrew Board: “It was the most surreal day. Huddled with other reporters on the unseasonably cold morning we compared notes. Each of us had tips that it was Leo’s car, “no doubt”, one source had told me the night before. But we couldn’t report that, not until Nelson Bays area commander Mat ArnoldKelly arrived and confirmed Leo’s family had been notified. “That first article on nelsonlive.

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PROSSER’S POINT New Zealand First isthe dedicated to saving I very much share frustration and disapSalisbury School in Richmond, Nelson which is pointment of sufferers and care providers anxiously awaiting an announcement from the alike, at the lack of adequate resourcing for government on its possible closure. drug and alcohol services in this region. Salisbury to female students Abuse ofSchool alcoholcaters and other drugs in Newwith complex needsand andour is the only facility Zealandlearning is increasing regions are of its kind in the country. bearing the brunt of it, particularly where Since a failed attempt to not closeavailable the school, rehabilitation is either or atthe government given complete authority to inadequate has levels. the Ministry of Education over the school’s Our New Zealand Firstthe out-of-Parliament admissions and has cut number of students office in Nelson has been sevthat can be enrolled. These informed are blatantof tactical eral cases where families are struggling to manoeuvres to starve the school of enrolments receive help and down. rehabilitation. One person and justify a shut has gone to aFirst’s centreEducation in Australia as the New Zealand Spokesperson, waiting list here is too long, and in another Tracey Martin has been working closely with case, a family member facingtime. an eight Salisbury School for quiteis some She says monthvisiting wait to the get school into StitMarks. Thisthat is not “When is obvious without the quiet therapeutic, flexible learning acceptable. environment by these specialist New Zealandprovided First believes there should be teachers with a high staff to student ratio these sufficient services so that any person who young women would never achieve their best. needs them can access them. This governSalisbury schoolin also families with real ment is failing thisprovides area and increasingly choice for their daughters with high needs. ” our experience with constituents is indicaSalisbury is a valuable resource and needs to be tive of a lack of investment in mental health given the ability to be fully utilised. and a lack of funding for drug and alcohol services. New Zealand First believes these young women’s families deserve just as many choices New Zealand First will continue to highfor their daughters as those without special light the inadequacies of government needs. Single sex residential funding in this important area schooling must remain an option and for families to be andpush we would immediately properly supported. implement the Salisbury Solution.

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A 10 and 13-year-old are believed to have lit the rubbish bin fire that torched PC Systems on Friday night.

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VIDEO of the week: A local man has had his war medals returned to him after a local rubbish dump worker spotted them in the nick of time. www.nelsonlive.co.nz Rātā Foundation gives away half a million dollars: Rātā Foundation has given out $573,070 to community organisations in its first round of 2017 funding. Chief Executive of Rātā Foundation, Louise Edwards, says one collaborative project which stood out was the Nelson Environment Centre (NEC) Kai Rescue service. The service will act as a ‘logistics hub’ collecting food for donor food retailers and producers and redistributing it to charities. “Kai Rescue is about rescuing food which is good enough to eat but not good enough to sell, and redistributing it to those groups who work with our most vulnerable and in need.”

.CO.NZ Sections sell for ‘eye-watering’ prices: Nelson home values continue to see strong value growth, up 16.9 per cent over the last year and 4.5 per cent over the past three months, the latest monthly QV House Price Index show. The average value in the city is now $522,201. Values also continue to rise in the Tasman district with an increase of 16.3 per cent over the last year and 2.7 per cent over the past three months. The average value in the district is now $512,754. With such strong value level growth over the past 12 to 18 months, affordability has become a major issue. Man charged with fleeing police: A 28-year-old man is facing several charges after fleeing from police last Monday. The man was initially spotted sitting in a parked vehicle outside Waimea Old Boys Rugby Club. “As police approached, the man lifted his head and began driving towards the officers, and the officers had to take evasive action to avoid being hit,” says Sergeant Dale Smith. “The man then fled from police, crashing his car a short time later on the corner of Lower Queen Street and Swamp Road.” The man is facing charges of driving while disqualified, reckless driving, aggravated assault, and other driving and drug-related charges.

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The sharp eye of a machine operator at the Richmond refuse transfer station and skilled detective work from a retired service man have helped reunite a former RAF pilot with the medals he was awarded for serving in WWII and the Middle East. Loader driver Yogi Takimoana miraculously found the medals and RAF wings among a pile of rubbish while working at the transfer station last month. They were handed into the police who then notified the RSA which immediately called on the expert services of Nelson's Ian Martyn to find their rightful owner. Ian has reunited 131 military medals with the recipients or their families since setting up Medals Reunited New Zealand in 2014. He is the RSA's go-toperson when lost medals turn up, often in the most unusual circumstances, and only needed 36 hours to reunite the medals with the owner, Reg Clarke of Richmond. Ian says he recognised the

medals allowing him to narrow the search to "someone who had served as a pilot in the Reg Clarke RAF, either during WW2. an Englishman or New Zealander who had lived or retired in Nelson, or if they had passed away, belonged to one of their descendants. It also helped that one of the medals was engraved with Reg's initials and surname, although Ian says it still required extensive research because there was no first name or service number and there are hundreds of RJ Clarkes around the world. "I started with on-line UK military archives and family trees to try and determine who RJ Clarke was, when and where he had served – nothing however was easily accessible. I then checked the obvious and went through the Nelson phonebook but there was nothing there so checked local cemetery records. "That didn't turn up anything either so I then looked at old electoral rolls for the Tasman

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pre-Suez Crisis, piloting him around all countries of the Middle East and Mediterranean. Although Ian says the 36 hours he needed to reunite Reg with his medals was relatively fast work, he has taken as little as 21 minutes. In contrast, the longest Ian has taken "so far" is two years to reunite a Boer War medal, found in an old house in Northland, with the descendant family living in Northumberland in the UK. Ian says the medals have

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WW1 statue to be unveiled at Marsden cemetery Jessie Johnston Reporter

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A new WW1 memorial will be unveiled this weekend at Marsden Valley cemetery, recognising the sacrifices made by local soldiers during the Great War. The idea was hatched around two years ago after Nelson’s Mason Robinson, a sergeant in the Royal New Zealand Airforce, was present when Helen Clark unveiled a statue of a WW1 soldier in Sydney. “The next time I came back

to Nelson and played a Last Post, I looked around and thought, our soldiers haven’t got much recognition for all the efforts that they’ve put in, I think we should do something along the lines of a war memorial,” says Mason. Since then he has led the project on behalf of the Nelson Returned Services Association. A statue was completed by Oamaru artist Don Patterson in June last year and depicts a WW1 soldier resting on arms reversed. “The position he’s taking is one of being absolutely buggered, the expression

on his face depicts a hard day out in the field, it’s really one of genuine bewilderment at what’s just happened in battle,” says Mason. Nelson City Council contributed $20,000 towards the statue, while Lottery provided Nelson RSA with a grant of $30,000, however, when it came time to find a place for the statue to rest, Mason saw there was a lot of work left to do to create the war memorial. “I looked around and thought, you can’t put this statue in the current surrounds, so we had to bring them up to a respectful level that

our soldiers deserve,” says Mason. The construction of the war memorial has been undertaken by New Zealand Army engineers from Burnham military camp and is based on a WW1 bunker. The memorial will be unveiled on Saturday, April 15, exactly 100 years after prominent Nelsonian, John Herbert Cock was killed in action while serving in the Royal Flying Corp. “The biggest impact on me has been the amount of buy in from the community and how much people have contrib-

uted, donated and supported it, it needs a lot of organising but it’s meant a lot of satisfaction in pulling it all together,” says Mason. Beginning at 11am, the Minister of Veterans Affairs, David Bennett, will unveil the statue and inspect a troop of local cadets and New Zealand Defence Force, there will be a fly over by the Royal New Zealand Air Force display team. The public are welcome to attend the unveiling, although it is asked that people be at the cemetery no later than 10:30am.

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Leo Lipp-Neighbours' car found at Wakefield Quay: To all Leo's friends and family, I send my love and support at this time. I'm glad we may have found you Leo. To everyone at Monaco whose hearts have been heavy for years, especially Leo's Dad and Mum, I pray this find helps you somehow. Alie Summer. My heart goes out to all Leo's loved ones at this time. This has been such a long time, the family will be having

I was watching at 2.30ish from my mate's apartment across the road and the clouds opened over the site and the sun shone just in that part. Me and my girl friend freaked, only for a while, then it clouded over again. We knew it was him leaving and at peace, it was very eerie. Rose Calder. R.I.P. Leo. My sincere condolences go to your family and friends. I have spent the last 7 years naively believing you were still alive. I can't believe you were right under us the whole time. Aimee Wadsworth. From one sad mother to another, my thoughts are with you all at this very sad time. Leo, I'm so pleased your family can now find some closure and can finally grieve for you. Us Nelson people

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Save the Children Nelson Branch president Isabelle Jones and 38-year volunteer Shirley McBurney at the Save the Children Fair over the weekend. Stoke Memorial Hall was bursting with cakes, produce, plants, clothes, housewares, and over 50 volunteers on Saturday for the charity’s annual fair. The volunteer-run charity raised around $7100 which branch president Isabelle says will go towards children in Eastern Africa, providing drought and malnourishment relief. Photo: Brittany Spencer.

The Department of Conservation celebrated its 30th birthday at Fairfield House on April 1st, and there to mark the milestone was local marine ecologist Andrew Baxter. Andrew joined DOC as a young man in October 1987, a mere three months after the the New Zealand Forest Service, Department of Lands and Survey, and the Wildlife Service first joined together to create DOC. “I didn’t finish uni looking for a job in conservation but conservation found me, and while I’ve had job opportunities elsewhere, working for DOC in Nelson has been a pretty cool thing to do. “There are a few of us originals still around, I joined DOC when I was 28, I’m now 57, and I’ve been in Nelson working for DOC that whole time.” Andrew says the department has come a long way and has achieved a lot within the region since it began on April 1, 1987. “That starting point was a time of DOC finding itself and that took two or three years, but it’s been great to see.

Department of Conservation marine ecologist Andrew Baxter, is one of the originals at DOC Nelson and on April 1, he and his colleagues celebrated the department’s 30th birthday. Photo: Brittany Spencer. “We’ve got a great bunch of people who are really dedicated, work hard, are committed to what DOC is all about, and people who really make a difference. “The highlights for me would be the marine reserves I’ve helped establish like Whanganui Inlet, Tonga Island Marine Reserve, Horoirangi Marine Reserve and the Long Island - Kokomohua Marine Reserve.” While he has been given many titles over the decades, Andrew says his role is about bridging the gap between science and management. “I’ve always been

involved in the science and technical side of work for the department, so anything to do with marine mammals, marine reserves, a lot of aquaculture and resource management.” Andrew says, while he and his colleagues take great pride in seeing people enjoying all the projects they’ve worked on, they are still focused on preparing for the future. “It's hard work, the challenges we’ve had in the past have been big but, scarily enough, they might pale in significance to the big challenge of climate change that we are going to face."

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Nelson’s youngest budding artists are being encouraged to get out their paintbrushes, crayons and pencils and create something that will help brighten up the city. Arts Council Nelson is running a competition called ‘And This My Picture - Children's Public Art Project’, which is open to children aged 11 years or younger who live in Nelson City Council wards. Eight winning artworks will be selected to be reproduced in large format and framed for public display in Nelson and possibly Stoke, thanks to The Framing Rooms.

Each artist will also receive a prize. The eight winning artworks will be rotated, with each one being displayed for a two-month period, at a site which is yet to be confirmed. Arts Council Nelson Community Arts Manager Lloyd Harwood says he is very excited about the project. “This initiative publicly celebrates creativity in one of its purest forms, providing an inclusive platform for our youngest community members to contribute,

Five year old Victory Primary School student, Natalie Hulse holds up some of her artwork. Photo: Kate Russell.

and add, to Nelson’s rich and diverse culture,” he says. “I feel confident that we will receive lots of bright and wonderful images. It will be extremely

difficult for the selection panel to choose just a few of the entries to go into the frames we have available. “I cannot help but feel both awe

Church holds dawn Easter service on beach St Stephens Community Church will be holding their fifth annual Easter gathering at Tahunanui Beach as the sunrises on Sunday morning. Open to everyone, the dawn gathering will take place at 7am on Sunday, April 16 at the Rocks Rd end of Tahunanui Beach. Pastor Nathaniel Peterson says its a great opportunity to come down to the beach and celebrate what Easter is all about in what will be quite different from your typical church service. If the weather is bad, the gathering will move into the church on Tahunanui Dr. For event updates and more Easter events, see www.ststephenstahunanui.co.nz

and delight when viewing children’s art - awe in respect of the uninhibited images they create and delight in the sheer magic of the portrayed perceptions of their world.” Entries are now open, and close on Friday, 5th May. An exhibition of entries will also take place at the Elmer Turner Library between the 14th and 21st of May. For full entry details and rules, visit www.acn.org.nz/ or contact Lloyd Harwood on 548 4640 or artscouncilnelson@paradise.net. nz

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ORION ST Cars That Go is a family business with family values you can depend on when you’re purchasing your next vehicle. Dave and Alison Wastney own and operate the Pascoe St business, which they started from home around two and half years ago. Their son Chris works alongside them, a valuable member of the team thanks to his skills in marketing. Whether you’re looking for a beginner car, something larger for a growing family or just something different, Cars That Go has a fantastic range of vehicles, especially for those on a tighter budget. They are also proud to bring honesty and integrity to every transaction, which includes great no-deposit finance options and Protecta mechanical breakdown insurance. Cars That Go are also prepared to go the extra mile for their customers, whether it’s sourcing the exact car you want or arranging viewings after hours. Come and talk to the team today. ASA Plastics may be new to Nelson, but with 25 years’ of experience behind the business, it’s certainly not new to

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The Nelson branch of Commercial Vehicle Centre Ltd (CVC), took out the nation’s top honour at the Southpac Trucks Parts and Service annual awards last month. They not only received a parts excellence award, but also earned the coveted “Dealer of the Year” award. Receiving the title of Dealer of the Year seemed almost out of reach, with strong competition from some of the bigger players in the industry setting the bar very high each year. “The team in Nelson has put in a huge effort to build up the business since we bought it in 2009. Awards are not easy to win and this shows a huge level of commitment on the part of the team. It’s gratifying because we’re a business with a longstanding culture of ‘people first’, both in terms of valuing our own team and our customers,” says general manager Lindsay Affleck.

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Build your vision of the village of Nelson and populate it Try orienteering in Isel park Make a homeless weta happy Try some clothing design or visit the Carnival zone You could even win a prize completing the Heritage Week quiz Welcome Home to Nelson. Details on nelson.govt.nz/heritage-week

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Simon Bloomberg Twenty-one Nelson Prep students ticked another one off the list as they scootered, ran, walked and, in Connor Matthews' case, hobbled to the finish of the City2Saxton on Sunday. The students joined 251 other runners, strollers and rollers in the annual Sport Tasman event, starting at the Victory Community Centre and following the Railway Reserve and Tasman Great Taste Trail to the finish at Saxton Field. Although Prep's scooter riders set the pace, finishing in just over 35 minutes, Connor produced the most impressive performance, completing the course on crutches. Teacher Dian Edmondson says Connor, who had injured his knee mountainbiking, was determined to complete the City2Saxton because it was part of the William Pike Challenge. Dian says the students have to complete a number of tasks and events for the challenge and Connor was determined not to pull out. "They have to make a commitment to finish all the challenges so it's good to see Connor do it," Dian says "The challenge is aimed at getting kids who don't usually get into the outdoors to become more active. "So far they've been rafting on the Buller, mountainbiked the Great Wilderness Trail, run up the Maitai and now they've done City2Saxton. They really love it - they like being part of a team." The students also have to complete 20 hours of community service as part of the challenge and take up a new sport or hobby. City2Saxton organiser Jane Miles says she was delighted the Nelson Prep students entered the event which attracted people of all ages and abilities. Jane says the modes of transport were also varied with people walking, running, and scooting, skateboarding and rollerblading the 10km. Four-year-old Robbie Freeman was the youngest competitor, biking the course alongside his dad Mark, who ran. Nelson speed skater Xan Twissell recorded the fastest time, finishing in 33 minutes.

Nelson Prep scooter riders and speed skater Xan Twissell, fourth from left, set the pace in Sunday's City2Saxton Fun Run, Roll, Stroll. The students completed the event as part of their William Pike Challenge. Photo: Simon Bloomberg.

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Nelson netball will look to keep trending upwards in 2017. After several years of growth in all areas of the sport, Nelson Netball Centre manager Lindsay Filiata says she wants to strike the perfect balance between getting all ages from all walks of life into the game. “It’s important we keep finding ways to introduce and re-introduce the game to people of all ages.” The Future Ferns have been a big part of getting young children introduced to netball without the usual pres-

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The victorious Prices Pharmacy netball team which won the top Nelson grade in 2016 and will be favoured to do it again this year. Photo by: Evan Barnes/Shuttersport. Nelson netball season with Easter and school holidays making for a disrupted start to the campaign. “We want to ensure the season finishes a little earlier so that

teams which are heading away to tournament week at the end of our season have time to prepare.” The 2017 season will be Lindsay’s first in the role and she

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Nelson Netball first ever Silver Ferns netball test and, while the New Zealand team will not be returning, the Trafalgar Centre will host the Mainland Tactix next month when the Northern Mystics roll into town on Sunday May 21. Premier netball starts on Thursday April 13 with grading having just taken place over the weekend for other senior grades.

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See Mark and the team for your test drive. The Mainland Tactic will return to the Trafalgar Centre on Sunday, May 21, for an ANZ Premiership match against The Northern Mystics. Photo: Barry Whitnall/Shuttersport. over when their games will be played and means no one wastes any time travelling. “It’s great to have Golden Bay represented again this year at the senior level and it means players coming from further afield know they will get a game.” The premier grade remains relatively the same as last year. Prices Pharmacy beat Stoke by 12 goals in the decider last year. School holiday skill sessions are also in the works with one to be held in the April holidays so junior players can brush up

on their skills before the season begins. The Nelson Netball Academy has also been running, for more than 45 talented young players, from October through to a matter of weeks ago. Not only has it given the 15-to-17-yearolds a chance to improve their skills on the court but they were able to learn key mental skills as well as the value of nutrition. “The hope is that we can identify players who can make our age-group representative teams and give them a pathway.” Nelson also hosted its

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The Nelson Heat have won a remarkable bronze medal at the Ripken Under-13 National Baseball tournament after a slurry of stunning results at the week-long event at Rosedale Park in Auckland. The team was only put together six months ago as baseball got a foot-hold in Nelson through former softball pitch Marty Grant and the allocation of Champion Green as a place for a baseball diamond. The Heat went undefeated in their three pool games, beating Howick-Pakuranga 17-3, Central City 20-6 and Counties 15-3. Nelson had four batters in the top 11 averages after pool play with Astin Knowles, Reegan Lawton, Nikau Pouaka-Grego and Matt Lowe proving super productive at the plate. Astin and Matt were also in the top 10 pitchers rankings, proving they were multi-skilled players. The team beat Bayside 18-3 in the quarter-final to set-up a

Football: The Tasman United women’s team have a share of the Mainland Premier League lead after a 4-0 win over Parklands United at Christchurch’s English Park. Geen Gross, Tianna Williams, Holly Moffat and Amelia Abbott all found the back of the net as Sports Therapy Tasman surged to a three-way tie at the top of the league with Coastal Spirit and Cashmere Technical. The Nelson Suburbs men’s team in the MPL lost 1-0 to Universities in Christchurch.

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The Nelson Heat finished third at their under-13 National baseball tournament over the weekend. Photo: Jacob Page. semi-final showdown against Orewa, which they lost 12-3. However, the Heat showed plenty of resilience to finish third thanks to a 7-0 win over Howick-Pakuranga. Marty says the team had no expectations for their performance when they arrived at the tournament, but as the runs piled up and the wins mounted so did the pressure.

“We wanted them to play their best but have fun. “Once we started beating teams that were favoured to beat us, then the mood changed. “Suddenly we’re averaging 18 runs a game." Marty says things did not go the way he had hoped in the semi-final but he was thrilled they bounced back in the bronze medal match.

“It’s been a heck of a ride through so much unchartered territory this year and when we got to that semi-final, I felt that caught up with us and we beat ourselves.” Marty says he is now keen to grow the game in the Nelson and Tasman region and is eager for some coaching help, as well as more players to give the game a go.

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Kassidy keen on Canberra experience Jacob Page Kassidy Gibbins is making the most of every opportunity her favourite sport gives her. The 13-year-old will be one of 24 Nelson Bays Volleyball under-14 players who will travel to the Canberra Volleyball Festival later this month. Nelson Bays Volleyball is sending three teams of eight – two girls and one boys team - to the week-long event on April 19. The squad will stay at the Australian Institute of Sport and face some of the best young volleyballers from Australia Kassidy first started playing when she was in year 5 at St Jo-

seph’s School. “I thought I’d give it a go, it looked like fun and my cousin played it and she enjoyed it." The diminutive Nelson College for Girls pupil says she loves the team aspect. “I really enjoy passing and setting as well as digging in and saving points.” Kassidy is part of the NCG 9A team. Nelson Bays Volleyball coach Allan Brodie says being invited to the AIS to work with their staff as well as Volleyball Australia staff will be a treat. Allan says there will likely be a mixture of indoor and beach volleyball with a trip to Ulladulla likely to see the teams

play the local high school teams before they return to Canberra to attend an Anzac Day service. “Volleyball here is going very well in Nelson and we have 200 teams competing weekly." Allan says he’s keen to grow a relationship between Nelson Bays and ACT volleyball. “We want our kids to have opportunities within the sport so that they can make an informed decision.” Kassidy wishes to thank Sun City Panel and Paint, Dollar Save Auto Centre, Fairview Window Works and Exceed Window and Door Maintenance Ltd, Urban Eatery and Frontrunner for their support.

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Hampden Street School earn medal haul at swimming champs Hampden Street School were the big winners at the firstever Nelson Tasman Primary School regional swimming championships at Richmond Aquatic Centre on Sunday. The event hosted 120 swimmers from 25 schools. Hampden Street School swimmers won the 100 metre freestyle relay and topped the medal tally, winning eight gold, eleven silver and five bronze. Olivia Huata-Findlay won all four of her events and her brother Wilson claimed three silver and a bronze. Tom Perkins won two races and claimed a silver and a bronze. Oliver Morton won a gold and three silvers, Sam Dukes achieved a gold and two silver medals, Luisa Lata won a silver and two bronze medals, Emily Chadderton got a silver medal and Ryan Thelin won a bronze. Henley School came second in the relay and won five gold medals and a silver medal, with William Seymour claiming four gold medals and sister Maddie winning the other. Loretta Bradley achieved a silver medal in the 25m but-

Jacob Page New Giants import Kyle Adnam may have provided a spark with his arrival but a win for the franchise still seems a wee way off. Kyle answered an SOS from coach Alan McAughtry and has certainly added more hustle in his two matches with the club after the departure of American Joe Slocum. However, Sunday’s 81-63 loss to the Hawke’s Bay Hawks – a team which had lost its last 24 matches - proves that the winless Mike Pero Giants have a long way to go to avoid the wooden spoon. Dion Prewster hit a game high 25 points while Kyle added 11 points and five assists. After just arriving at the club, the 23-year-old believed he could add value and push himself beyond his limits. “The chance to be an import in a league like this, at this point of my career, is fantastic. “That game was there to be won, I had a couple of chances and we made a few

Mike Pero Nelson Giants import Kyle Adnam impressed on debut with his work-rate and hustle in the Giants'100-94 overtime loss to the Southland Sharks. Photo: Evan Barnes/Shuttersport. defensive mistakes. “I’m not going to back down; I want the ball in my hands in the fourth quarter and in overtime, that’s what it’s all about, being a point guard.” Kyle has had stints in the Australian NBL and seems to be finding his feet with Melbourne United at that level. The Giants continue their road trip with two games over Easter Weekend. They play the Super City Rangers in Auckland on Saturday before travelling to face the Taranaki Mountainairs on Sunday.

Hampden Street School swimmer Olivia Huata-Findlay takes a deep breath during the Nelson Tasman Primary School Swimming Championships at the Richmond Aquatic Centre on Sunday. Photo: Chris Symes/Shuttersport. terfly event. St Joseph's gained four gold, two silver and five bronze; Birchwood School won three gold, two silver and a bronze; Motueka South achieved three gold and a bronze; St Pauls gained a gold and a silver and Bianca Honey from Collingwood School won a gold in the 25m backstroke event. Both Tahunanui and Clifton Terrace Schools won a silver and a bronze each. Bronze medals also went to Mapua School (3), Nelson

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8N Michael Paynter in action the Stockcar Stirrer 500. Imagepress.co.nz Ashton Osborne from Rotorua. The son of Mark Osborne who is known as “small fry” in his first season has turned a few heads already by accounts. With his pedigree along with others in the class it will be interesting to see how he goes on the Moutere clay. In the Friday show the Production Saloons will contest their Easter champs and much the same as most classes there is good representation of out of town cars with visitors from Blenheim and

SPEEDSKATERS: Seven speedskaters from the region will be part of the New Zealand team that heads to Brisbane later this week. Garth Jameson, left, Holly Ward, Ocean Collinson-Smith, Lydia, Robert and Sarah Stack, as well as Luke Denton will be part of a 26-strong Kiwi team under national coach Bill Begg. Holly, Ocean and Lydia are all headed to the event for the first time and they will be medal threats over the sprint distances. The biggest threats are likely to come from the Australians who have fast been gaining a reputation as big improvers. Skaters from Timaru, Manawatu and Blenheim are also in the squad that is expected to dominate the medal table, especially in the younger age-groups. Photo: Jacob Page.

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Auckland green geckos from a quarry in south Auckland to Tiritiri Matangi Island. 7.30pm Tahunanui School Hall, Muritai Street, Tahunanui. ALCOHOLICS Anonymous is alcohol causing problems for you in your life? want to stop drinking but cant? Maybe we can help. support meetings every day. ring 0800aaworks 0800 229 6757. THE NAYLAND BADMINTON CLUB: Tuesdays, Stoke Memorial Hall, 4:15 – 5:45 pm. Starts 2nd May. Ages: 9-18 years. Racquets/shuttlecocks provided. $5.00 Casual/ $45 per term. Aimee : 545 6518 /0276979270 Sue: 547 2484/ 02102502239. NELSON LIVE Poets Wednesday 19 April, Open Mic Night at The Royal Hotel, cnr Collingwood & Bridge Sts, Nelson. All welcome, bring along your poems to share. Koha at the door. Contact dlusby@xtra.co.nz SAVE THE CHILDREN Fair Stoke Hall Saturday 8th April. 9am-12pm. Great selection of quality goods, household items, books, clothes, toys, linen, plants, fruit, vegetables. Bargains for everyone. Ph.547 3253. UPCYCLE your old clothing at a 'ReStyle' workshop! Sewing machines provided and free clothes available. Also find out more about 'Boomerang Bags'. Sat 1st April 10am-12pm Tahunanui Community Centre Ph Katie 548 6036. THE HABITAT for Humanity ReStore are looking for drivers and drivers assistants to help with the pick-up and deliveries of donated goods. 03 547 4626. LIGHTHOUSE Spiritual Awareness Mondays 7.30pm. Talks, healing, clairvoyance. Trafalgar St Hall, opp Trailways. ph Carolyn 5474613. LEARN SIMPLE, uplifting chants to quieten the mind, open the heart and nourish the soul. 7-8pm on the first Sunday of each month. Chinmaya Mission Nelson ph: 548-7511 Mob: 021-1460-438. FULL MOON MEDITATION - Aries, on Tuesday 11 April, at 5.15pm, Fairfield

House. Newcomers welcome. Info 03 547 8165. JOIN THE Heart Foundation 4Hr Team Spin Relay at Migym. Get a team together (we recommend a minimum of 4 but have more or less – it’s up to you) and spin a bike from 4.00 – 8.00pm on Friday 5th May. Contact the Heart Foundation Nelson office for registration information. HOSPICE FUNDRAISER - a moving film screening of 'Helen's Story'. Helen finds love, family, and whanau can get you through anything. Suter Theatre next Wednesday 12th April 6.30. Tickets $20 from Karen Jordan/Style, Little Boutique Bridge St. or donkellynz@gmail.com. Another Nelson Host Lions Club project. FOREST & BIRD Wednesday 12 April Evening talk by Graham Ussher on Lizard conservation in a developmentdriven world. As an example Graham will talk about the translocation of rare Auckland green geckos from a quarry in south Auckland to Tiritiri Matangi Island. 7.30pm Tahunanui School Hall, Muritai Street, Tahunanui. CONCERT showcasing barbershop singing in prep for national competitions. Tues 11 April, 7.30pm Nelson Musical Theatre beside Founders, Atawhai Dr. Gold coin entry. 544 8876 www.nelsonharmony.org.nz. NELSON RSA – Calling for nominations to the committee. Nominations close Sunday April 16 at 4pm. Call 548-6815 or email office@nsclub.co.nz for info. MELROSE HOUSE Society invites you to its AGM on Monday 10 April, starting at 5.30pm, with drinks and nibbles being served from 5.15pm. Listen to and see the wonderful progress that has been made this last year. All are welcome. Please contact Jess at Melrose Cafe for catering purposes at 548 9179 (or Hugh at 027 243 5301). HEARTHELP Stoke have a Support Group that have meetings for people who havehad Heart Events. They are

usually held on the 3rd Saturday of the month at the Honest Lawyer Hotel. The next meeting because of Easter weekend is on the 22 April at 10.30 am. INDOOR BOWLS Wakapuaka Club every Tuesday night 7pm, Clifton Tce School Hall, Marybank. Friendly active club for all ages and levels, from beginners to competition. Come and enjoy the company and the challenge. No charge to try it out. Equipment provided. New members welcome. Contact Brian 5450542 Shirley 5452576 . ENGLISH CONVERSATION GROUP for ESL speakers: students, locals, visitors. Wednesdays 4.30-6.00 pm in Trinity Church, back right hand door, 64 Nile Street, by Nelson Central School. Informal conversation, tea,coffee. Contact Rachael Ph 02102686970. STRUGGLING TO Conceive?. Meet others who understand first-hand the ups and downs of infertility. Low-key, social and conversational support. New faces always welcome. Next meeting 6.30pm 10 April. Contact Shannan or Susannah on nelsonsupport@fertilitynz.org.nz DEATH CAFE Facilitated discussion; topics determined by attendees. NB this is not a bereavement support group. See: http://deathcafe.com Last Saturday monthly, Activities Room, Elma Turnbull Library, 1.30 - 3.00pm $4 koha requested. SIT n' be fit New Thursday class 67 Trafalgar Street (Old Folk's Hall) at 10-10.45 am. Includes optional standing strength and mobility. Great music, work at your level. Recommences April 6th. More info Shirley 457 1433 or 021 121 8023. PROBUS CLUB of Nelson City welcomes men and women as new members. Next meeting 10.00am, Thursday 13th April at Nelson Golf Club, 38 Bolt Road, Tahunanui. Phone Jennifer 548 0272. PILATES on the Beach, Summer hours. Tuesdays & Thursdays 8am,Wednesday 5:45pm, Saturdays 10am. On Tahunanui Beach All welcome, $7 bring a mat or

towel Enquires Marion 021 08399290. NELSON NEWBIES If you are new to Nelson and would like to join our friendly group for coffee and chat we would love to see you at Deville’s Café, 22 New St, every Wednesday at 10.30 am. All welcome. Ph Clive 5472725. NEW TO NELSON? Join Nelson Newcomers Network & Citizens Advice at Morri Cafe Monday 10th April from 10am for a coffee nelson@newcomers. co.nz or phone Jane on 03 546 7681. MELROSE HOUSE SOCIETY The Colonel Noel Percy Adams (Melrose) Society invites you to attend its Annual General Meeting at 5.30pm on Monday April 10th to see how progress has been made in this wonderful historic house. Drinks and finger food will be served from 5.15pm. All are welcome. Can you please contact Jess at the Melrose Cafe 548 9179 (or Hugh on 027 243 5301) by Friday 7th for catering purposes. LAUGHTER laugh for no reason. Stress relief, wellness and happiness. Find the benefits of regular laughter, release endorphins and boost your immune system. Connect with others as you laugh. Victory Community Centre Wed. 5.30pm. $2 donation. Bring something to lie on - a yoga mat, blanket or towel. Cath 5451207. NELSON MALE VOICE CHOIR Keen male singers are invited to join us at our rehearsals at the Reformed Church of Nelson, 15 Burrough Place, Enner Glynn, Nelson on Monday evenings at 6.45 pm. Contact our Secretary, John Foes-Lamb on 03 544 3131 for more details. PICKERBALL a new exciting game in Nelson. We play in the Richmond Badminton Hall on Tuesday 7 - 9pm and Thursday 10 - 12 noon. If you’ve played a racquet sport of any kind this could be for you. We’re a small friendly group looking for new players. Come and give it a go, we’ll provide the paddles and balls at the start. Contact: Margaret 547 6541 or 0210554951.

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HOUse WanTed

We are accepting items for our

GENERAL AUCTION

to be held on SATURDAY 29th APRIL at 11am Items can either be dropped off at our Auction Rooms or please phone. If you wish to discuss pick up and delivery.

13 NEW ST, NELSON | P. 546 8890 Opposite back entrance to Warehouse Stationery

www.lipscombeauctionhouse.co.nz

lOsT A very special, unique black pearl pendant when I visited the Abel Tasman park/ Nelson region in March. The loss occurred on March 19th, it may have dropped on to the main through road just outside Motueka or on a layby we stopped at after the winding hills section past Hira as we neared Whangamoa. Phone Jill on 021 182 4616.

prOperTy manaGemenT

Property Management

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Mechanical & Maintenance Engineer Action Engineering Nelson Ltd Require an experienced fabricator, welder, mechanical engineer fully competent in all forms of welding and with a good mechanical knowledge. Remuneration based on skills. Please email CV to: office@actionengineering nelson.co.nz Phone Ruedi Schuler (03) 547 0567 or 027 548 6470

David Turnhout

Property Manager

harwood

GruniG Hans

Builders Labourer casual position. For private building project in Richmond area next few months. Ph 03 544 7459

fOr sale

Japanese Import Vehicles for SALE!!!

email: sales@nelsonweekly.co.nz

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Selwood

Mary Kathleen

At Oakwoods Richmond on April 7th. Dearly loved special cousin of Elaine Henry & Audrey Nimmo & much loved niece of the late Fred & Alice Freeman. Now at rest, sadly missed.

anniversary Your announcement here for FREE.

Passed away suddenly at Nelson Hospital on Friday 7 April 2017 aged 74. Loved husband of Sylvia and loved father of Hans Peter (Switzerland) & Markus (Australia). Tasman Funeral Home has undertaken a private cremation for Hans.

ChurCh NotiCes

One church, Many expressiOns

Low Mileage 27ks, Excellent Condition

2009 Nissan Tiida 1500cc

$8,999 +ORC

Low Mileage 42ks, Great Condition

271 Songer St. Stoke

For more information

www.korucars.co.nz Ph. 03 928 0548 LMVD

pUBliC nOTiCe

NELSON RETURNED SERvICES ASSOCIATION (INC.)

B J Pont, President, Nelson RSA.

John and Hayley would love to announce the safe arrival of their handsome wee son

Oliver Stuart

Born on 15th March 2017, weighing a healthy 10lb 5oz!. A much loved little brother for Chelsea. Huge thanks to Lynda Smith, Dave Leadbetter and the Nelson maternity ward team.

Good Friday Service at 9.45am Easter Sunday Service at 9.45am

Enquiries - Ph 547 7773 www.whakatupres.co.nz

This is a full time permanent role. We insist on honesty, a good skill level on both petrol and light diesel, a motivated person who is always trying to do things better! A positive attitude and a good sense of humour also would be a requirement. And if you are WOF qualified all the better however we would be happy to train the right person. We offer a good variety of work in a family owned and operated, well branded and busy workshop. We are centrally located in sunny Richmond. Our business also incorporates a break down service and specialty fields such as wheel alignments. We also change the oil and spark plugs on Mums ole 1984 Mitsubishi with low kms! We offer above average wages to the right person and would like to bring someone on who’s ready to settle down. There is also opportunity for advancement for the right person. If you are from out of town we would also be happy to discuss some help in moving here. First things first, contact us and we can take it from there. Phil on 0274 327 814 phil@nichollsauto.com

Every Sunday at 10am Cnr of Quarantine and Waimea Roads, Annesbrook www.nelsonbayschurch.org.nz

Christ - His Community - His Cause

Biblical Christ-Centred Worship Services:

BirTH

Sunday 10:30 am & 5 pm We are located at:

WALBRAN

(no access off Waimea or Ridgeway) Contact: (03) 547 - 6056

MECHANIC Or automotive technician, car specialist, technician. Whatever we call you, the skills we’re after are the same.

pUBliC nOTiCe

It’s FREE!

$6,999 +ORC

We need a good honest

Advertise your public notice here. Ph 548 5900.

Announcements

2006 Honda Fit 1300cc

rented3@rented.org.nz 205c Queen St, Richmond

GaraGe sale

sales@nelsonweekly.co.nz

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Advertise your garage sale here. Ph 548 5900.

pH 548 5900

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Phone 021 120 7408 pUBliC nOTiCe

Classified deadline - 5pm friday

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AGENDA 1. Minutes of the previous Meeting. 4. Notices of Motion. 2. Adoption of Annual report 5. Subscriptions. and Balance sheet. 6. General Business. 3. Election of Officers and Patron.

2015 Rented.org.nz Award for New Business 2015 Rented.org.nz Award for Lowest Rent Arrears

Teacher and one cat seek 2 bedroom & garage. Quiet street. Tahuna or hills, long term preferred but will view all. Ex ref, non smoker. Asap 022 1066 512 robynnepatria@yahoo.com

Locally Owned and Operated

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NOTICE OF THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING TO BE HELD ON SUNDAY 7th MAY 2017 AT 10AM, AT THE NELSON SUBURBAN CLUB.

2015 LPMNZ New Zealand Property Manager of the Year Nominee

Nelson Weekly

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TUesday 11 april 2017

www.rcnzonline.com/nelson

Aaron, Ashleigh and big brother Carter are excited to announce the safe arrival of

Lola Grace on 9th January at 10.02am weighing 8lb 9oz. A huge thank you to our midwives Kathy and Lynda.

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Richmond/Stoke Methodist Parish

Sunday Services

NElsoN

Richmond, 9.30am 4 Wensley Rd

10am Every sunday @ 320 hardy street

Stoke 10.15 am 94 Neale Ave Followed by a cup of tea Enquiries Ph. 544-8394

NELSON BIBLE BELIEVERS

$50 Friday

Welcomes B ible believing Christians and those seeking truth ... No law but love No book but the Bible No creed but Christ No denominational ideas No opinions of others

548 6030 or 021 160 0718

93 Beatty Street, Tahuna, Nelson (Airport End)

Open Mon - Sat: 10am - 7pm

“...at evening time it shall be light” Zechariah 14:7 - Malachi 4:5&6

Any 1hr massage just $50 on a Friday (During April)

7a Tahunanui Drive (opp KFC)

Sunday 10am & 5pm - Thursday 7.30pm nnbb@actrix.co.nz


Nelson Weekly

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Locally Owned and Operated

TUESDAY 11 April 2017

Trades&Services aiR Conditioning

Appliance Works BRAND:

Sturrock & Greenwood Ltd

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Pantone Orange 021C 3M 7725/180C-14 Bright Orange

AIR CONDITIONING & HEAT PUMPS

applianCe RepaiRs

Sewing Workshop The Premium Appliance

03 546 9219

www.sturrockandgreenwood.co.nz

8 Gloucester St, Nelson • Showroom - opposite Fire Station

Kitchen Appliance Repairs * Tailored and Altered To Fit Laundry Appliance Repairs time, book it online applianceworks.co.nz * Save Hemmed Gas Fitting & Plumbing * Re-Zipped Heat Pump Service * Repaired, Patched & Darned

Free fitting service.

& Installation

Stitch in Stoke

10% OFF callout fee when you book online

We’ll alter, shorten & repair curtains and soft furnishings too.

Central Mall, off New World Car park or accessed from Songer Street opposite the Turf Hotel.

© Paul Knight, Knight Ltd. This document and design remain the property of Knight Ltd under the Copyright Act 1994. This document and design are for consideration and discussion and, therefore, not for further reproduction. Any breach of Copyright protection may result in legal action.

Ph: 547 0060

Boat Rentals

Boating seRViCes Own a boat in the Marlborough/Nelson area

Boat Rentals

Paul Knight Manager 0272954254 paulknightnz@gmail.com

Phone 548 0181 www.applianceworks.co.nz

KNIGHT

signs graphics branding

Book keeping

Struggling to keep on top of your paperwork?

- Servicing all makes and models, recreational and commercial - Mobile Servicing. We come to you! - Trailer sales/service & WOF preparation - Honda Marine & Evinrude main agents

Get on the water this summer!

0800 FIZZBOAT or 035 3800 30

The Diverse Boat Co.Ltd.

www.boathire.co.nz

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BuildeR

• Bank reconciliations • Supplier bills • Customer invoices • GST preparation and filing • Data entry • Management reporting • Payroll I’ll keep your records organised and accurate

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Building Repair and Construction maintenance, commercial fitout, decks, fences and hard landscaping Prompt Service Contact Gordon on Mob 027 284 3957 or (03) 547 2242 CaRpet laying

CaRpet laying

NELSON

CARPET LAYING SERVICES • • • •

New & Secondhand Re-stretch & Repairs Grey Power Discounts Trade Qualified with over 20 years experience

• New & Second Hand • Repairs • Restretching

For quotes call Ross

Ph: 027 244 8870 A/h: 547 1389

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CaRpet & Vinyl

CaRpet & Vinyl

LO C ALLY O WNE D & NZ MAD E

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C a rp e t f ro m j u s t $ 1 1 / S . Q. M V i n yl f ro m j u s t $ 1 9 . 5 0 / S . Q. M W e c o m e t o yo u !

Phone 548-5453 www.harrisonscarpet.co.nz

021 202 4485

C a l l 0 8 0 0 - 2 5 5 - 8 5 5 no w f o r a f r e e m e a s ur e a nd q uo t e .

NELSON - MOTUEKA - GOLDEN BAY - MARLBOROUGH

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ConCRete

CONCRETE 4U The all-round service for cleaning and pest control • Carpets & Upholstery • Pest Control • Builders Cleans • Flood & Fire Restoration • Tenancy Changes • Property Maintenance • Pressure Cleaning • Window Cleaning FREE PHONE

0508 832 425

Mobile Carpet & Vinyl showroom Any time … any place We come to you. Call now for a free measure & quote.

Ph Dennis

www.techclean.co.nz

NELSON

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Drives Paths Patios Exposed Aggregate • Reseals FREE QUOTES No job too small

Call or Text Laurie

027 517 4755

• Wiring & Installation • Vehicle Security • Monitoring Systems

 Extensive Range  Sound Advice  Helpful, Friendly Staff  Locally Manufactured  Factory Direct Prices

YoUr TrADE or SErvicE righT hErE? 6cm x 1 column only

We’ve Moved!

$21 +gst pw

www.tomtech.co.nz

59 Quarantine Rd, Nelson Phone : 03 547 4567

Ph 548 5900

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BUILDER

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Auto Electrical Services

CALL

DAN

021 468 982

Servicing Nelson/Tasman • Decking • Fencing • Home Improvements • Property Maintenance • Qualified with 10yrs Experience

Now at

• Alterations • Maintenance • Landscaping • Decks • Kitchens • Bathrooms • Smaller jobs

DESIGN & BUILD

• Renovations • Restorations • Additions • Alterations • New builds • Indoor & outdoor • Also painting, plumbing and electrical, we take care of it all!

Quality Workmanship

Phone Bruce on

021 025 16646

bruce.leahy@hotmail.com

Gary

027 540 2207 gandgbohm@xtra.co.nz

A team of qualified professionals with that X-Factor! www.xfactorbuilders.co.nz

Call Alex: 027 461 2199

Building

Materials at Trade Cost

New Homes & BuildiNgs ReNovatioNs aNd alteRatioNs PlaNs aNd CoNseNt

M o b i l e C a rp e t a n d V i n yl S h o w ro o m i n yo u r a re a !

MOBILE AUTO ELECTRICIAN

Builder / Handyman

Plymouth Contracting Ltd

Carpet Laying

Beds

BuildeR

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The Premium Appliance Repair Specialists

The Premium Appliance Repair Specialists

SERVICING NELSON FOR OVER 60 YEARS

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N E L S O N

and Uniforms can be:

• Full design and build • Full after sales back up • Extensive range of leading brands available

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CLOTHING ALTERATIONS & Repair Specialists Your Clothing

SPECIALIST HEAT PUMP INSTALLATIONS & REPAIR TEAM

Call NOW!

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YoUr TrADE or SErvicE righT hErE? 6cm x 1 column only

$21 +gst pw

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• Fences • Decks • House Repairs • Doors • Flatpack Kitchens • Concrete / paving • Landscaping

Quality workmanship guaranteed Richard 021 118 1183 or 545 2298 marblepoint@xtra.co.nz

CaRpet & window CleaneR

CateRing

Specialising in 10%

OVFANF CED

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Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning

Stephen Oliver proprietor

Phone now on

545 1053 design & Build

• Building Design and Draughting • New homes • Extensions / Alterations • Renovations • Residential / Commercial • Building / Resource Consents

Phone Arjan on

021 143 9380

E: avdesignandbuild@gmail.com

Quick Drying All Year Round All General Cleaning Professional Service Fully Trained, Security Screened

Having a party or a wedding? Call us for all your requirements. www.gourmetcatering.co.nz

Quick - Efficient Professional

Ph 027 667 2837

Gourmet Catering Nelson

dRessmaking

Sandy D Dressmaking Eveningwear Daywear Weddings Children’s wear Soft furnishings Alterations Phone: 548 2554 or 027 5484 524

Now at 56 Tukuka Street


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TUESDAY 11 April 2017

Locally Owned and Operated

Trades&Services driving Service

PH 548 5900 sales@nelsonweekly.co.nz

electrician

electrician

dynaMic balancing

Driving Service - All Ages

Small Job Specialist Punctual and Professional Gold Card Discount

PV Solar expert Maintenance & Repairs

ACC vendor/ Total Mobility

nelson@freedomdrivers.co.nz

ELECTRICAL

Domestic & Commercial Wiring

Innovative electrical solutions

Registered Electricians Total mobility vouchers accepted (taxi chits)

Ph: 021 482 088 or 542 2328

floriSt

eXcavation

gallery

garden Maintenance

gardening

Flowers for all occasions including Weddings, Funerals, corporate and events.

Shop 4, Dowsons Arcade between Bridge St & Montgomery Square Carpark, Nelson

Find us in the middle of Dowson’s arcade at 34 Bridge Street. Open Monday-Saturday Ph: 03 545 6010

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handyMan

545 8558 / 027 555 8518 kay@mintflowers.nz mintflowers.nz

gibStopping

For friendly, efficient and professional servicing of ALL your glass requirements

• • • • • •

Retrofit Double Glazing Showers Splashbacks Balustrades & Fencing Mirrors Glass replacement

021 260 4480 tonysproul1@gmail.com

Phone (03) 546 5365 5 Nayland Road, Stoke www.metrodirect.co.nz

laWnMoWing

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Pruning Renovations Clean-Ups

• • •

DESIGNER FLOWERS & GIFT BASKETS

• Garden tidy ups • Regular maintenance • Roses and pruning • Irrigation • Qualified team

Residential 03 545 1993 duncanelectrical@gmail.com

garden Maintenance

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• Landscaping • Paths & Paving • Deck Planning & Building • Fencing • Section Clearing • Retaining Walls • Rubbish Removal

• Kitchen & Bathroom Renovations • Exterior Painting • Interior Painting • Pergolas & Sheds • Water Blasting • General Maintenance

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Dennis Webster Wills - Estates - Powers of Attorney House sales - Retirement Villages Ring for a no obligation discussion

OWNER / OPERATOR SeniorLAW Dallas Woods LLB - Solicitor

$21 +gst pw

Ph 547 33 66 E: dallas@senlaw.co.nz

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• • Lawn mowing service sales • repairs • Dennis Webster One off/regular

(conditions apply)

021 491 188

021491188, 035410097 (03) 541 0097 tvt@xtra.co.nz

www.sagelandscapes.co.nz

Dennis Webster rotary mowers OWNER / OPERATOR ride-on mowers 144 Moutere Highway hand mowers E: lowcostlawnmowers@xtra.co.nz reel Ph: 03-547 4038 mowers M: 0274 071 328 chainsaws line trimmers hedge trimmers OWNER / OPERATOR garden tool sharpening

FREE PICK-UP & DELIVERY

Phone Tony for a free quote.

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service • repairs ask• sales me about

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• Hedge cutting.

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Seniors, do you need to LOWCOST LOWCOST talk to asales lawyer? LAWNMOWERS service • • Meet Dallas Woods LAWNMOWERS service sales repairs Specialising in Senior Law 48338 Lowcost Lawnmowers BC.indd 1

• Tree trimming.

E: ollie@sagelandscapes.co.nz

LOWCOST LAWNMOWERS WWW.LOWCOSTLAWNMOWERS.CO.NZ

 Garden Clean-ups  Pruning  Lawn Mowing  Garden Maintenance

• Garden restoration.

Craig: 021 822 235 or 538 0198

Stoke LawnS

FoR All YouR

• Weeding.

LOWCOST LAWNMOWERS Phone

0292 007 121

• Monthly maintenance programmes.

hoMe Maintenance

Basic $ Service Improve the performance and the life of your heatpump

Tom McKay

Lawn Mowing Weeding Section Clearing Spouting Cleaned Pre House Sale Outside/Inside • Make Overs No Job Too Small

Heatpump Servicing

• Repairs • Painting • Odd Jobs

Call me now...

• • • • •

P: 546 6161 M: 021 034 0090 E: allywalk56@gmail.com

heat pUMpS

FIX UP YOUR HOUSE

021 740 402

including Heat Transfer Kits & Home Ventilation

ATKINS GALLERY Art from Nelson and beyond.

Mobile

general electrical work

www.rowandronelectrical.co.nz 15d McGlashen Ave, Richmond

• Plastering • Gib Fixing • Reskimming • Gib Cove • Gibstopping • Painting

electrician

JOHN DUNCAN

Ltd

Caring: Reliable: Affordable • Short or long distance • Appointments • Shopping • Business Sheryl (03) 539 4856 021 355 843

electrician

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Nelson Weekly

Trades & Services

Locally Owned and Operated

Trades&Services painter

painter Adam Brumwell

Painting

Stephen Halcrow Painter and decorator

Interior & exterior New homes Wall papering Repaints & renovations Award winners

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or 544 9415

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or

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property Maintenance

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Professional Plumbing Services in Nelson, Richmond & Motueka

Small Small • Leaking taps & pipes Jobs Jobs • Kitchens & Welcome bathrooms Welcome • Solar 544 8059 www.tasmanbayplumbing.co.nz • Drainage Kevin Harris Kevin Harris

Richmond 7081 Ph: 543 8090 Ph: 543 8090

Landscaping • Garden Tidy’s Tree Pruning • Lawn Mowing Hedge Trimming • Planting Painting • Paving • Fencing Trees Removed • Chainsaw Work Decking • Chainsaw Milling Any work considered Mike eManuel

relocationS

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nelson’s Commercial Specialist 0274 755 063 545 6100

WEEKEND WORK WELCOMED `Capable, Careful, Convivial’ Ph. Adam

021 49 00 49

summit.co.nz

movemen@yahoo.com

Solar

Storage

STORAGE

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rs

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- 24/7 access - Fully fenced - 24 hour surveillance - Staff on Site Mon – Fri

Only

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Enquiries

541 0287 or 027 454 3813

www.currentgeneration.co.nz

HOpE STORAGE 52 Ranzau Rd, Hope

treeS

“Professional Arborists who take pride in their workmanship” • Complete tree care from roots to tips. • All hedge trimming works. • Confined area tree felling & removals. • Prompt, friendly & professional services. • Covering all areas in the top of the south.

Call 0800 28 66 87 or 0800 ATOM TREE 10/02/2017 9:43 AM Email – info@atomtreespecialists.co.nz

If you are thinking of selling your business contact me now

Reece Forbes

03 547 2476 03 528 4001 03 573 6166

DDI: 03 546 3565 M: 027 229 0026 reece.forbes@bayleys.co.nz

summitrentals.co.nz

tradetechtools@gmail.com

roofing

roofing

roofing

Solar

• Leaks • Repairs Specialising in supply & installation of Solar Systems for Your solar specialists • Maintenance • Grid Your Solar Tied PV Systems • Off Grid PV Systems • ReRoofs SpecialiStS Clean, green, affordable • Solar Hot Water • New Roofs • Dairy Farms

NELSON BAYS ROOF REPAIRS

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Chris Inglis 03 5448059 0275485877

Ph: 538 0824 Stoke

televiSion

training

Television installation & repair Satellites Over Nelson

Work Place First Aid Courses

•Aerial •Internet •Dish

Andrew Workman

Stoke based All regions covered

Free Quotes & Prompt Service

Keith Mitchell 027 484 5709

www.stumpgrindingservice.co.nz

03 544 8553

www.nzsolar.co.nz

Proudly supplying Orange Residential Homes roofing requirements for over 10 years

021 081 82 123

1-19 McPherson St Richmond www.nzsolar.co.nz info@nzsolar.co.nz

• Domestic & Commercial

Ph: 03 544 2319 M: 021 62 7663 www.nbrr.co.nz

Stump Grinding Tree Felling & Removal Site Clearance

Camping and RV Domestic and Commercial 12v Off Grid

• Camping & RV

Bob’s on the job...

Stump GrindinG ServiceS

Ph 021 0247 4037 or 03 927 5120 carole@mobilefeet.co.nz

Business Listings Required

022 066 8981

StUMp reMoval

Clinics in Stoke, Wakefield, Motueka & Takaka. Home visits also available

real eState

For professional property management services contact the regions most preferred company by far.

COMMERCIAL | INDUSTRIAL BUYING OR LEASING

Bevan Dixon

B H Sc (Podiatry)

www.mobilefeet.co.nz

rangehoodS

property ManageMent

Nelson 03 546 9290 Richmond 03 544 2900 Blenheim 03 578 0404

Carole Horrell

1/750 Lower Queen St

landscapes + property maintenance

real eState

35

PH 548 5900

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• House washing • Roof & gutters • Moss & algae removal • • Driveways, paths & decks • Boats & caravans •

House washing Paths, decks, driveways RoofMobile treatments 0220 649 822 (24hr) Ant, spider, for mould, lichen, A/H 547 7856 • 80 Neale Ave, Stoke, Nelson cockroach control moss, algae Gutters cleaned out Chimney cleaning Jeff NeilsoN

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• House washing • Roof & gutters • Moss & algae removal • • Driveways, paths & decks • Boats & caravans •

Mobile 0220 649 822 (24hr)

Mobile 0220 649 822 (24hr)

A/H 547 7856 • 80 Neale Ave, Stoke, Nelson

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Jeff NeilsoN

WaterblastiNg

• House washing • Roof & gutters • Moss & algae removal • • Driveways, paths & decks • Boats & caravans •

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A/H 547 7856 • 80 Neale Ave, Stoke, Nelson

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• House washing • Roof & gutters • Moss & algae removal • • Driveways, paths & decks • Boats & caravans •

E: ian@trubet.co.nz Visit our display at Trubet, 44a Beach Rd, Richmond www.trubet.co.nz

• Tree thinning • Height Reduction • Stump Grinding • Tree Removal

www.tripleonecare.co.nz

• House washing • Roof & gutters • Moss & algae removal • • Driveways, paths & decks • Boats & caravans •

• Custom-made to suit your space

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• Natural Timber

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Private Courses Available

• Ventilated System

• Solid melamine white/coloured

1/750 Lower Queen St 03 544 8553 Richmond 7081

• House washing • Roof & gutters • Moss & algae removal • • Driveways, paths & decks • Boats & caravans •

Jeff NeilsoN

Jeff NeilsoN

WaterblastiNg

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Mobile 0220 649 822 (24hr)

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A/H 547 7856 • 80 Neale Ave, Stoke, Nelson

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A/H 547 7856

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