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Shock as $18M blow-out found An expenditure blow-out of up to $18 million has forced “shell-shocked” councillors to put a hold on work to this year’s annual plan and it will likely mean even more increases to rates. The extra $18 million is carry over from capital projects that weren’t finished in the past financial year, but councillors didn’t know about it until it was presented by corporate services manager Mike Drummond at a full council meeting last Thursday. Typically, there is a carry over of around $9 million each year, but for it to be double
that amount is extremely significant. The news came months after work began on the council’s annual plan, which details where the council will spend its money and where that money will come from. Having to find room for an extra $18 million is a massive spanner in the works. Councillors decided to halt all work on the plan – which legally needs to be signed off by the end of June – until today, when council staff were to present more accurate figures around the blow-out. Richmond councillor Judene Edgar says
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be known until today’s meeting, but some planned projects will likely be put on hold while the rest of the money will be added to the council’s massive debt burden, and targeted rates are also likely to increase. Mayor Richard Kempthorne says the announcement was a shock but there was no hint that the annual plan wouldn’t be finished on time. “It came as a surprise to everyone, I think. But the staff have seen this and made us aware of it earlier than usual to make sure there weren’t any surprises.”
Queen’s Service Medal ‘a surprise’
John Harwood received a Queen Service Medal for his work with the A&P Association over the past 25 years. Photo: Phillip Rollo.
John Harwood has spent a lot of his life volunteering and helping the community – in fact he calculates that it’s about 3000 hours a year. But even so, the Brightwater man says receiving a Queen’s Service Medal for his work in the community is “quite a surprise”. The 78 year old ex-farmer was one of eight honours recipients in the region. Others included former Network Tasman chairman Ian Kearney, who was named Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit, and members of the New Zealand Order of Merit; bowler Jo Edwards, Nelson Marlborough District Health Board chairwoman
Jenny Black, Waihaere Mason, who was acknowledged for his services to Maori, and former search and rescue coordinator Sherp Tucker. John, born in Havelock, spent the majority of his working life as a farmer, and has been heavily involved with sheep shearing. He has since judged in competitions around the world. He has an extensive list of organisations he has volunteered for, but it was his work with the A&P Association, whom he has been with for 25 years as treasurer and property manager, and as national president of the
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BRASS IS BEST: The Waimea College brass ensemble; front row from left, Liam Golding, Jessica Rogers, Alex Fanning-Heissner, Phoebe King, Jamie McCliskie, back row from left, Alex Paxton, Oliver Armstrong and Ben Wotherspoon, will be playing in the annual New Zealand Community Trust Chamber Music Contest in Nelson tonight. Fifty-nine students in 13 chamber groups from schools around the Nelson-Tasman region have entered this year’s contest and the winners have a chance of qualifying for the national finals on August 1-2. The concert starts in the Baptist Centre at 193 Bridge St at 6pm. Entry is free for students and $5 for adults. Photo: Simon Bloomberg.
Hearing Association that John was recognised for. John is also a life member of the Nelson Hearing Association, Nelson A&P Association, Richmond Senior Citizens, and was given a Tasman District Council community award for outstanding community service in 2008. John was notified of his latest recognition about three months ago. “It came in the mail but, of course, it had that it was all confidential,” he says. “I just do these things because I do it for the community. Some of it I’ve been doing for 40 years. I just want to make it a better place for those who follow me. That’s what I’ve been trying to do with the Hearing Association and I guess with A&P in the same light too.” His involvement with A&P, which is now as property manager and treasurer, came about after he had spent time as the judge of the
shearing competition at the annual show. John has about “80 per cent hearing loss” and decided to join the Hearing Association to help out with their newsletter. He became a member and quickly found himself on the committee, before becoming regional president and then national president. “The current president said ‘my terms up, who’s going to takeover?’ I looked at the vicepresidents and they were all past presidents of the outfit. And that’s the way it worked.” John has four children, ten grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. He says the family often asks him why he doesn’t spend his retirement “out and about”, instead of volunteering most of his time with various organisations, but they were proud of his efforts. He says he hasn’t had a chance to celebrate becoming a recipient of the Queen’s Service Medal, but planned to with his wife Nola in the coming week.
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A fire at Waterblaster Solutions in Wakatu Estate was the third major fire in just two weeks. Photo: Phillip Rollo. smoke inhalation and singed hair, but he did not have a working smoke alarm. The second was another house fire, this time in Sovereign St in The Wood. A mother and her teenage daughter were taken to Nelson Hospital with smoke inhalation after the daughter had flicked a cigarette butt through the window, but it blew back onto the curtain and caught fire. They had working smoke alarms and Craig says they did the right thing by closing the door and calling 111, meaning nearly 90 per cent of the house could be saved. The third fire, which occurred
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Feathers, fowl and farmyard smells sum up the Nelson Poultry and Pigeon Association show at Hope hall. Last weekend saw an impressive display by exhibitors, including one of the association’s youngest members, Cameron Taylor with his wide variety of poultry. “I’ve done this probably since I was eight or so, I went to my first show in 2009. I’ve always been interested in chooks and birds,” says Cameron. “I got my first chook when I was young from my gran-
dad and started from there. He had a friend who did showing so he got me into that and I went to my first poultry show and did well, so I just carried on.” Cameron has 55 birds in total, including ducks, chooks, game fowl, game bantams and heavy breeds, most of which he had on show over the weekend. Club President Peter Lyall, says the purpose of the show is for people to get together and compare their breeds of poultry, and to find out if their breeds are up
to New Zealand show standards. “We had a good crowd of people coming through. It’s really good to see that we’re getting a lot of support from the public and exhibitors.” Peter came out on top, with his birds winning the best fancy bantam and the best game bird, which were also the two largest sections of the day. Next weekend eight Nelson poultry breeders will be heading up to the national show in Palmerston North with high expectations for their birds.
Nelson Poultry and Pigeon Association member Cameron Taylor, with one of his chickens at the show. Photo: Jessie Johnston.
World champs coming to Richmond The quiz world championships are coming to Richmond. But don’t worry about having to qualify, everyone is invited to take part and earn the right to be called world champions. The six children of Mike Corkill have been helping organise what they are calling “World Championship Quiz Night” at the Waimea Old Boys clubrooms on June 20. Despite its name, the event isn’t actually a sanctioned world champ event, but Mike’s kids are hoping the title will encourage a huge turnout of the region’s top quiz minds to help raise the money for a new set of lungs for their dad. Mike needs to raise $100,000 for a new set of lungs, if he doesn’t, he is certain to die. The fundraiser has been dubbed “Dad’s new lungs” by his children. The family have already raised more than $12,000 and are hoping for a big turn-out this month for the quiz. Already, thousands of dollars worth of items have been donated for the auction, including $500 worth of landscaping products, artwork, a PS3 and $400 worth of travel vouchers. Tickets are available from the Richmond Mall information centre, Waimea Weekly office on Salisbury Rd, or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Artists to design skateboards The organiser of a youth skateboard art competition hopes it will attract new, young artists to participate. “It’s a fun thing to do. Rather than giving someone a canvas, we’re giving them a skateboard deck that they can do absolutely anything with,” says local painter and mother Donna Allfrey. “They don’t have to be a skater or an artist.” With the support of Creative New Zealand, Donna has been given 90
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Richmond Bowling Club patron Ken Smith says the club would have folded if it was wasn’t for the efforts of Barry and Colleen Kempton – a statement that truly highlights how integral they have been to the club over the past decade. Both Barry and Colleen were made life members of the club last month, and Ken believes it was a no brainer to thank them for their various achievements and services over the years, including their part in the shift to Club Waimea. Barry and Colleen both joined the club in 2001, after a recommendation from Colleen’s sister in Australia to start playing the sport. “We saw the advert in the paper. At the time it was a toss up between bowls and golf. But we decided to go along,” says Colleen. “We came down to the open day but we didn’t know they had a meeting first. We walked in and were introduced to everyone as the new members and that was it, end of story.” Colleen and Barry admit they are a competitive couple, but it was the social aspect that they
Barry and Colleen Kempton were made life members of the Richmond Bowling Club last month. Photo: Phillip Rollo. enjoyed the most at the club. ago in the fours. Colleen com“It was like a family atmos- peted with her sister, who had phere and that’s still the same come over from Australia today,” says Barry. “It’s not just with her lead, and Richmond about playing bowls, it’s the ex- member Kay Tomlinson, who ercise plus the social side of it. passed away last year. “It was As the years go by you develop an honour for ourselves, but a lot of new friends, whether also to know it was the first for you’re any good or not doesn’t the club.” Both Barry and Colleen have matter.” Colleen was the first member been presidents of the club, of the club to win a national and say they will never give up title, which was won five years the sport.
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Helping her fellow teachers Phillip Rollo Reporter
During the past few months some early childhood teachers around the country have received gift baskets, vouchers, magazines subscriptions and other goodies to recognize hard work – and it’s all thanks to another early childhood teacher, Richmond’s Rebekah Cook. Rebekah has been an early childhood teacher since ’97 and says it’s an extremely important job, but one that can be emotionally and physically demanding. She is a firm believer that a happy teacher equals a happy child. So late last year, she start an initiative called Happy ECE Teachers, which sends gifts to deserving teachers to thank them for their contribution to early childhood education in their community. Rebekah, who works at Early Learning Centre in Richmond, is the sole funder of the initiative, and nominated herself for the Pride of New Zealand Awards in a bid to raise the profile of Happy ECE Teachers, and to send more “thank yous” around the country.
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Early childhood education teacher Rebekah Cook has been shortlisted for the Pride of New Zealand Awards. “Teachers can have the best resources, the best facilities, but if they’re not passionate and motivated then the best outcome for the children is not going to be achieved,” she says. “I saw the awards in an article in the Waimea Weekly and someone told me I should enter, so I thought ‘why not?’ I didn’t really expect to hear anything so I was quite excited when I heard I was shortlisted for the Community Spirit Award.” Rebekah says early childhood education is an industry she’s very happy to be in. “I just love seeing the children growing, developing and learning new
skills every day. I just want to make a difference in families’ lives.” But it was an interest in the wellbeing of teachers and its link with the well-being of children and families that started Happy ECE Teachers. “I was trying to find a tangible way I could recognise the hard work teachers do. It’s just my way of making a difference and it’s been really well received. I’ve had nothing but positive feedback about it.” All registered early childhood teachers can enter on the Happy ECE Teachers’ website; happyeceteachers.weebly.com/ for their chance to win a prize.
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Cutting through the hustle and bustle of evening shoppers last Thursday were the voices of the Nayland Primary School choir. This year’s Richmond Mall Rock da House has now seen six schools perform their own mini concerts, every two to three weeks in the Richmond Mall food court. This is in the lead up to the final three performances that are to be hosted by Motueka Bailey-Jean Hana-Kerr, Lyn Yokoyama and Jaeda Lyon on August 18, 19 and 20. of Nayland Primary School singing in the Richmond Richmond Mall Manager BeMall last week for Rock da House. Photo: Jessie Johnston. linda de Clercq, says although
she was unable to watch the Nayland performance she has heard great feedback from customers, as well as the mall’s retailers. The next Rock da House mini concert will be held on June 5 at 6:30pm in the Richmond Mall, when Garin College and St Paul’s choir will perform. These mini concerts will continue for the rest of June, every Thursday evening, so drop in on your way home to hear some of the community’s talented youth.
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Women celebrate 50 years with RSA It’s been 50 years since the women’s section of the Richmond RSA was founded. The services the RSA provide to returned servicemen and their families has always been an important part of any community and on May 27 they marked their 50 years with a celebratory lunch at Club Waimea. The RSA women’s section is a New Zealand wide organisation set up to support the men who went to fight and their families who were left behind. The Richmond women’s section is supported by around 50 members including two of the founding members, Norma Best and Laura
Trigger, who were both present at the lunch. The Richmond section was also joined by other RSA women’s groups from around the area including Marlborough, Motueka and Nelson, as well as representatives from the Men’s RSA. Richmond president Jan Blackmore said the day was a great celebration of such an important milestone shared by so many people, including numerous life members and long service members. The club meets regularly once a month for social activities, receives guest speakers and visits other clubs, along with their involvement in Poppy day and Anzac Day.
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Yay-yah! Top job lads. Well deserved, much praise. Sharon May Patterson. Proud of you, Kyle. Much respect. Laurence Max. They deserve it. you guys are heroes to the people of Nelson, and will never be forgotten by the family for doing what you did. Felicity Watson. Demand too much for cat trust: People seem to find it easier to put them down, shoot them or leave them to fend for themselves. Makes me sad in saying this - the SPCA wouldn’t help me with a neighbour’s cat that was stuck in a tall palm like tree on my family’s property, as it wasn’t my cat therefore not my problem. We ended up calling the fire department who were more than happy to help. I also have another sad story about the SPCA but won’t put it up here. Marie Harrison. People need to wake up! It frustrates me seeing the same people trying to give away kittens on the garage sale sites on Facebook. De-sex your pets. Stop getting free kittens where you will just let them breed instead of desexing. Go to the SPCA and get one that is desexed, wormed and micro-chipped. No wonder we have a crazy man in Parliament saying we need to register cats or start killing strays that
wander into our yard. And instead of giving up your pet when you move, find a house that will allow you to have a pet. Pets are meant to be part of the family. Pets are meant to be for life! You don’t give them up just because your living situation changes. Julia Lines.
It is not actually the SPCA’s job to take in your animal that you decide you don’t want anymore, they’re there to prevent and protect animals from cruelty. Some SPCAs around the country don’t take in any animals from owners at all, they only take strays. If your situation changes, it’s your responsibility to re home your animal, the SPCA is an absolute last resort. People act like it’s the SPCA’s responsibility to take their animal. It’s not. If they agree to take your pet they’re doing you a favour, one they have no obligation to do. It’s not hard to do the right thing and advertise your animal on Trade Me or elsewhere and find it a good home. Jazmin Torrance. If you don’t plan to keep an animal, don’t damned well get one. And yes, the SPCA and other welfare organisations are not there for these people to simply dump animals to after they get sick of them! Get your females speyed and the boys neutered. If you can’t afford it, don’t get them unless you’re prepared to do right by them. It infuriates me to know that Amanda lee has had to contend with such abysmal attitudes from halfwitted people and therefore has had to stop her rescue operation thanks to the lack of common sense and common decency of a few. I for one wish Amanda all the best. What an absolutely top lady for what you have done for the felines. Takes someone very special indeed to undertake such a huge responsibility. I have immense respect. Janelle Thorpe.
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Richmond artist gets her big break Alice Reade has hit the ground running with her first art exhibition at just sixteen. The Annual Community Art Awards, sponsored by Richmond business Impressions, is in its eighth year and has recently been extended from the Nelson and Marlborough region to the whole of the country. It has also seen some additional categories including the Student Art Awards, sponsored by the Refinery Gallery, which allows students studying for any arts related degree or qualification to enter their works, in a bid to win a fully funded solo exhibition at the Refinery Gallery. Nelson College for Girls student, Alice Reade, entered two pieces that went up against a number of other entries in-
cluding established artists, one being in their final year of a Masters degree. Her pencil composition, Dear Deer, earned her the opportunity to display eight
stunning works of art in the gallery and it has become an incredibly successful exhibit, says Kahurangi Trust Manager Roger Thorn. “It means a lot,” says Alice. “It’s an amazing opportunity because if I hadn’t won the award and this [exhibit] it would be hard approaching a gallery, not having a history. This award will make it easier to go and do other things, but having people looking at it is amazing and all the feedback I’m getting is really good.” Along with her exhibit, Alice also received mentoring from practicing artist Lee Woodman who helped her with hanging and composing her artworks. Alice’s exhibition has been extended until June 7 so take the time to appreciate one of Nelson’s emerging young artists.
Because it is a very special and sacred place in terms of its history, geography, and religious culture and personalities. I’m referring to an area in central Turkey called Cappadocia. Geographically it is out of this world. An elevated ancient volcanic landscape of soft ash and hard lava shaped into amazing landforms eg ‘fairy chimneys’. This stunning landscape was utilised in incredibly creative ways by the local inhabitants, many of whom were Christian, to adapt to past trying circumstances, namely persecution by the Romans. The soft volcanic ash enabled these deeply spiritual people to build underground villages and churches to protect them from danger and they were both beautiful and in-
genious to behold, with colourful Biblical motifs and frescoes, as well as ‘dark places’ in which to entrap their pursuers. This same area was also the home of Mevlana Rumi, a 12th century Islamic mystic and writer who was a founding father of the Sufi Sect. Rumi’s contribution to religious practice and belief is significant. His seven principles he arrived at in union with God are particularly relevant for todays divided world: 1) In generosity and helping others, be like a river. 2) In compassion and grace, be like the sun 3) In concealing others faults, be like the night 4) In anger and fury, be like the dead. 5) In modesty and humility, be like the earth 6) In tolerance, be like the sea 7) Either exist as you are or be as you look. Awesome thoughts from an awesome person who came from an awesome place on God’s earth.
Alice Reade with some of her artwork in the Refinery Gallery. Photo: Jessie Johnston.
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By Paul Tregurtha, Waimea Methodist. Human language is continually evolving isn’t it: new words and phrases are being added all the time; others are changing their meaning or usage. AWESOME is one such word. It’s used a lot these days to describe people, performances, places. Not so in the past. In the Bible ‘awesome’ was used to describe God, for God was to be revered: God was sacred, mysterious, all powerful, majestic. God was to be held in awe, some would say even fear, because of these attributes. I suggest when we use the word ‘awesome’ today we don’t give it the same reverential meaning as in the past. Having said all that it is still a word I would use to describe an area I visited recently. Why?
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COMPANY The Bigger, Stronger and Better in 2014 After 18 years The Car Company is still on top. Despite a constantly shifting market, they remain a dominant force within the motor vehicle industry and are planning on maintaining this position with innovative thinking and a proactive attitude towards business decisions. In the last 12 months The Car Company has seen several changes, including the relocation of their head office from Vanguard St to their Rutherford St property. Rutherford Street now incorporates three premises, the commercial and recreational centre, their head office and the car dealership. Managing Director Shane Drummond took the opportunity to purchase the Rutherford St property, which has not
only expanded the company to two dealerships but gives him the chance to run the business from companyowned land. While Vanguard St is no longer head of operations, its new title as The Car Company Clearance Centre gives people a more cost-effective option when buying a car. Specialising in trade-in vehicles and a range of cheaper vehicles, they now stock around 35 cars that are on display and readily-available for viewing. The Car Company has also developed and invested in expanding their Tahunanui dealership. New offices have been erected along with the addition of a new garage and a larger area for stock. What was known as The Car Company Cheapies will be re-branded Car Com-
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2009 Ford Focus
2006 Honda Accord Euro
2008 Toyota Corolla
2005 Mitsubishi Colt Plus
NZ new and travelled only 66000kms, 5 door hatch, 2.0L. Very tidy car.
NZ new, 2.4 i-VTEC engine. Luxury sedan with superb features. What a price!
Chain driven 1800 cc engine so no cam belt to change at 100,000 kms, tinted windows, spacious wagon with room for the whole family. One owner, immaculate condition
1500 cc, only 65,000 kms, Excellent fuel economy receiving 5 stars out of 6, Easy to get in and out of, Spacious hatch.
2007 Mazda 3 SP23
2008 Nissan Note
2009 Toyota Hiace
2010 Nissan March
NZ new sedan. 6 speed manual. Top of the range car. Travelled only 44000kms. Tidy car.
5 door hatch, travelled only 54000kms. Looks smart in black with alloy wheels. 1500cc engine.
Brand new 17 inch sport max alloys, 5 speed manual, 2 litre petrol, tinted windows, Great for the tradesman and a sharp looker.
5 door hatch, only 47,000 kms, 1200 cc, easy to park around town, easy to get in and out of. Excellent economy, saving you money at the pump.
2004 Nissan Fairlady
2005 Nissan Tiida
2004 Honda Odyssey Absolute
2006 Mitsubishi Outlander G Spec
Also called a Z350. Has the big 3.5 V6 engine with stunning power and looks. Bargain.
Great value and popular 5 door hatch. Nice tidy car with good kms. Great features.
7 seats, sport model with 2.4 petrol V-tec engine, Stylish dark interior, factory alloys, body kit and tinted windows, fold down rear seats, Stunning look.
4x4, 7 seats, Only 62,000 kms, 2.4 petrol, Rockford sound system, reverse camera, paddle shift, rear seats that fold down. Immaculate.
2003 Suzuki Swift
2004 Toyota Ist
2006 Toyota RAV4
2004 Honda Stream
Check this 5 door hatch out! Superb buying. 1300 and auto. Nice blue colour. Hurry!
Travelled only 44000kms. Very tidy, 5 door hatch fitted with the economical 1.3 VVT-i engine.
2.4 litre, 4wd, 76,000 kms, grade 4.5 so in immaculate condition for age and mileage. Great look in pearl white with tinted windows and stand out, alloy wheels.
2 litre S model, 7 seats, chain drive engine. Spacious wagon with good height off the ground, fold down rear seats. Dual airbags, ABS brakes.
2002 BMW 325i
2003 Mercedes-Benz C32
2005 Nissa Tiida
2006 Mitsubishi Triton GLS
Powerful and smooth luxury car fitted with the 2.5 6 cylinder engine. Packed with features.
AMG and a truly stunning car with stunning performance. 3.2 V6 Kompressor.
Only 29,000 kms, dual airbags, ABS brakes, 5 stars out of 6 for fuel rating, reverse and side camera, Excellent value for money here.
4x4, 5 speed manual, 3.2 turbo diesel, only 79,000 kms, Looks great with nudge bar, tinted windows, factory alloys and tinted windows. Immaculate condition.
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1995 Mitsubishi Lancer
2005 Nissan Note
2007 Holden Captiva CX
2002 Toyota Prado VX
This is a 1 owner car (local Nelson lady) and is a little beauty. It features the 1800cc overhead cam engine, and an automatic transmission. The cam belt has just been changed.
Great colour!! Just the thing for nipping around town. A five door hatchback with easy access, presented in a stunning deep blue with alloy wheels. A refreshingly modern small car with economical 1500cc engine.
7 seater 4x4, 2.0 Litre diesel, automatic, NZ new, 8 airbags, cruise control, tow bar, metallic gold.
8 seater, 3.0 Litre ICTD, 4 wheel drive, 6 airbags, climate control air con, NZ new, tow bar, roof rails, cruise control, metallic silver.
2004 Nissan Teana
2005 Mitsubishi Colt
2005 Mitsubishi Outlander
2009 Nissan Caravan LWB
Late model, low mileage, and presented in a beautiful blue colour, this Nissan Teana is a stylish luxury saloon packed with safety and comfort features. Low, low kms and 4 airbags for safety.
Smart looking late model Mitsubishi Colt hatchback, with low mileage. Nice blue fabric interior with wood accents. Looks great in cool white with 5 star alloys. Very economical too with 5 out of 6 star rating.
4WD, 2.4 Litre petrol, automatic, 7 seater, only 39,000km, alloy wheels, air conditioning.
2000cc petrol, automatic, long wheel base model, no cambelt to replace, Only 71,000km, metallic silver.
2004 Mazda Axela
2000 Honda Odyssey
2009 Toyota Hilux SR5 Double Cab
2009 Ford Falcon XR6 Utility
Smart looking vehicle, twin air bags and ABS for safety. 1500 engine for economy. Automatic gear box with tip tronic technology for driving ease. And the handling, styling and interior top it off.
2.3 litre 4 cylinder VTEC engine linked to a four speed automatic gearbox. This combination gives tremendous fuel economy, performance and reliability. This is Hondaâ€™s most popular people mover with seating for 7
4x4, 3 Litre ICTD, automatic, colour coded canopy with side opening windows, tow bar, alloy wheels, metallic gold.
4 Litre six cylinder engine with automatic transmission, cruise control, tow bar, alloy wheels, metallic silver.
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2008 Suzuki SX4 Super low KMS
2000 Toyota Hilux SR5 Double Cab
2008 Mitsubishi Triton Single Cab
Wow! This is a beauty, looking really sharp in metallic silver over alloy wheels. A fast, sporty, good handling 5 door sedan with a turbocharged 1800cc powerplant. It has low mileage, and yes, it goes as good as it looks!
Very popular family sized sedan. Economical, late model and very nice to look at. It has 4 air bags and a rear view camera. What more could you ask for if you are looking to update or add another vehicle?
4x4, 3.0 Litre turbo diesel, 5 speed manual, hard lid canopy, alloy wheels, NZ new, Bridgestone desert dueller tyres, air con.
2WD, 2.4 Litre petrol, 5 speed manual, tonneau cover, nudge bar, tow bar with tail light protectors, air con, ABS brakes, one Nelson owner.
2007 Suzuki Swift
2006 Nissan Wingroad
2008 Toyota Hiace Regius
2008 Mitsubishi L300 SWB Van
Late model XS model Suzuki Swift, featuring alloy wheels, airconditioning, CD player, and presented in blue. Gorgeous colour! This is a really nice looking car, with a chain driven overhead cam 1500cc engine.
This 2006 Nissan Wingroad is absolutely stunning with paint that gleams in the sun and the alloys that really complete its look. Powered by an 1800 cc engine there is plenty of power under the bonnet.
3 Litre Turbo diesel , automatic trans, tinted windows, ABS brakes, remote locking, metallic silver
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COMPANY The Bigger, Stronger and Better in 2014 Last month Shane Drummond, accompanied by Richmond manager Ben Brownie, returned from a buying trip in Japan. The trip not only gave Ben experience in buying stock but provided The Car Company with an additional 95 cars in preparation for their birthday sale, which began on Friday. Every car in every dealership will be on sale, which is “pretty powerful” says Shane, considering the size of their stock goes well over 400 vehicles. Shane himself is in constant contact with a huge network of suppliers locally, nationally and internationally, and because of this they have the means to stock so many cars, buy a lot more and, because of their range, they sell more. This makes them a stronger and more effective car dealer than many other outlets. The breadth of their contacts, and the fact they are continually buying cars around the country, means they can always locate a specific vehicle for their clients. The Car Company celebrated more success when they were named SsangYong’s dealership of the year for 2013. “That’s pretty exciting for us,” says Shane. “For a little dealership in Nelson to be at the premium of a distributor.” The Car Company are proud to be the sole distributor for the top of the South Island for the Korean manufacturer SsangYong, and stock a comprehensive range of new and used vehicles. SsangYong has also taken on the LDV van distributorship, making
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Club Waimea 345 Lower Queen St Richmond Ph 543 9179 a bit of line dancing? Meet up for morning tea, break into smaller groups, rotate activities and then rendezvous for lunch, or simply plan your day to suit your needs. Club Waimea has even more to recommend itself to potential members. It encompasses regular entertainment, a gaming room, caravan park, TAB and several rooms available for private functions. Their 400 capacity hall is perfect for any event and adaptable to suit your requirements. Hire of the hall includes a fully equipped bar, dressing rooms, a sound system, plenty of off street parking and a catering team if required. You could also take advantage of the two meeting rooms. Capable of seating up to 60 people they are ideal venues for small training sessions, club meetings, and business meetings.
Club Waimea has everything going for it with a range of great facilities to host any event and a huge selection of activities on offer to keep you busy. The Club itself provides guests and members with a friendly, welcoming and community minded atmosphere. It’s a place you can come to meet new acquaintances or catch up with old friends at the bar or the Barnicoat Bistro. The Club Waimea bar is open from 11am onwards and the bistro is now open from Thursday to Sunday from 12pm noon onwards. Their strong and active membership means they can offer a huge variety of sports and social groups. Bring in your own team for a day of activities ranging from cards to darts, indoor bowls, outdoor bowls, pool, snooker, or for more action why not try squash or
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We would like to thank the many Brightwater resort products and go in the draw to win an EcoShedsidents shedwho andattended tools toour theAnzac valueDay of Service $5000. at the gates outside the Memorial Hall in Lord Rutherford Road. The guest speakers were inspirational Point of Lay and, thanks to our new portable sound system, 20 weeks old, all pullets vaccinated MER STIHL MS 170 CHAINSAW it was all able to be heard clearly. For next year our committee is working in conjunction with the RSA on improving the area and to commemorate the century of Anzac day and has proposed that AVAILABLE IN AUGUST - PHONE TO ORDER we hold a special breakfast for all those attending in the hall after the service. For many years there has been a familiar figure looking after the streets and parks of Brightwater All feeds available in 25kg bags keeping them free of litter and debris. That was Priced as listed: Roy Potter and sadly he died this month at the Chick Starter Grower Mash – 20% protein $30 age of 87. Roy was born and grew up in Cornwall, Poultry Layer Pellets – 18% protein $30 England where he acquired a taste for Cornish Poultry Layer Mash – 18% protein $27 Poultry Feed Wheat $25 pasties and first went to work in a tin mine in Feed Barley $23 Cornwall. He later immigrated to Australia and Pig Grower Meal $25 later on moved to Brightwater. Roy was a very acPoultry Grit $25 tive athlete and cyclist and in his later years a very Kibbled Maise $31 keen gardener. It was Roy who made the garden Maise $28
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Waimea Area Quilters MURRAY Our next meeting is on Thursday 12 June, 7.30pm GIBSON’S in store for details. Offers valid until 30 April 2014 or while stocks last. in Hope School Library, corner of Paton Rd and Aniseed Valley Road, Hope. Come and visit this friendly group, new POULTRY members very welcome. Ph Murray 0800 768 587 for poultry orders Ph Ian 542 3998 or 0274 334 403 for stock & poultry food orders
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on the banks of the Wai-iti River at the Tomlinson Reserve. We can all see for ourselves the difference Roy made when you compare the river banks on either side of his garden. Roy also made another garden at the end of Bryant’s Road where it joins the Cycle trail. Thank you Roy for your outstanding contribution to our district by keeping our roads and reserves clean and tidy. Our condolences to your family. We have noticed a recent spate of graffiti at the Skate Park, the underpass on Lord Rutherford Road and on the wall at the Memorial Gates. We have asked TDC to arrange for their prompt removal. If you have any information about who is responsible for this damage, please contact the local police. TDC are reviewing the districts
speed limits and we have requested that they change the speed limit at Ellis Street outside Brightwater School to 40kph, and to 80kph on Waimea West Road from Palmers Rd to Malthouse Crescent. You can also make a submission to TDC if there are other roads you think should be changed Our June meeting was held on Tuesday of this week.All our meetings are open to the residents of Brightwater and surrounding districts. From July and onwards our meeting night will changefrom the first Tuesday of each month to the first Monday of the month (starting on Monday 7 July, 7.30pm at Brightwater School Staffroom).
Girl Guiding in the twin peaks area Biscuits. Our thanks to the Brightwater, Wakefield and Richmond communities and all Guiding parents for their support with our Biscuit Campaign this year, we are down to our last six cartons which is remarkable and we thank you for your help which is much appreciated. If you need more please let me know. I have a few chocolate and the rest left are plain. Call asap Sue 541 9689. Term 2 has now started as follows: Brightwater Guides held on Wednesdays from 6.30–8.30pm at Brightwater Scout Den. Contact Josie Macdonald on 544 2660 or 021 0255 2383. Wakefield Pippins is held on Thursdays from 4–5.30pm at Wakefield Scout Den. Wakefield Brownies is held on Thursdays from 4-5.30pm at Wakefield Scout Den. Contact, Vin
Law 541 9190 027 222 920. For details relating to Waimea Brownies and Guides in Richmond please contact Jo Hutson 548 9017 or 027 381 1280, Rachel Pilcher 544 1784 or Lisa Kerr 544 0358, 0274 248 890. Most of these units have places for girls. Please contact the leaders and if you think you might like to assist with running the units please do not hesitate to get in touch. Leaders are always needed.Call Sue on 541 9689. Well done to our girls who placed poppies on the graves in Richmond Cemetery and to all those attended the three ANZAC services in our area. Many thanks to our volunteer leaders who ran a great camp earlier in May at Paretai Lodge. Your time and efforts helping the girls to have a fun and learning experience was much appreciated. Sue Burrowes, DC Twin Peaks District.
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as well. After a hard training session and then a nice hot shower, these meals are the perfect way to finish off the evening and all players always look forward to them. Thankyou to Nicky who contributes her cooking talents to producing some amazing meals once a month for the guys along with regular helpers Susie, Sandy, Chelsea who assist withpreparation and serving on the night. Gym Thanks for your patience. Opening Day for the Gym is coming up soon. New equipment, space and programmes are being sorted out. There will be something for all in the community. We will advertise when opening day set. Volunteers Our club has grown. We need the community, parents and players to become involved as committee, coaches, help to organise social events, groundspeople, fundraisers, and any other job description that keeps a voluntary organisation going. Do you have some expertise that could be put to good use around the club? Please contact Diane 542 3344. Situation vacant We have a position available for kitchen duties. This would be an on call/when required position, subject to home games. Mostly Saturday afternoons, but some night games during the week also. Please contact Diane for more information.
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Wanderers Sports Club Wanderers Sports Club Day Saturday 28 June at Brightwater. Come along and watch junior games during the morning and seniors in the afternoon. Watch for the netball and league draws. There will be raffles, food, coffee, drinks, music and much more to enjoy all day. Support your community sports club and enjoy a fun day. Rugby Wanderers held a Coaching Clinic during the last school holidays. Held over eight days, 40 children aged from 6 to 14 years turned up each day. Jesse Pitman and Dan McLauchlan ran the sessions. These senior rugby players did a superb job with the kids, who learnt new skills and had lots of fun with the way the sessions were presented. Another clinic will be held in the upcoming school holidays. Congratulations to Alex Ainley, Kerehama Barrett, Suia Halaukonuka, Trael Joass, Tyler Kearns, Mike Lattin. Tone Ng Shui, Dwayne Polataivoa, and Steve Soper - the Wanderers players that made the Cecil Shield team to play Marlborough on Queens Birthday. Thursday night meal After training on Thursday evenings both division one and two teams come in to the Clubrooms for a meal. The Bavin family sponsor meat for this weekly cook-up and other families and businesses connected to Wanderers help out
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Clean sweep for Greenacres golfers It was three Greenacres golfers who dominated the Taylor Timbers Waimea Golf Championship on their own course, with Tom Dasler, Henry Ludbrook and Natalee Read the big winners over the weekend. Natalee, representing Greenacres, was named ladies champion, winning by four shots to card a two-round 164. She was also the overall net winner, her handicap bringing her score down to 142 over the 36-hole event.
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-10 handicap brought his score down to 140, giving him the overall net title. While the championship titles were the most prestigious, there were bigger prizes for the net winners, enabling competitors of all skill levels to be in with a chance. The tournament was robbed of some the region’s top players, with Ryan Chisnall and Blair Riordan currently competing at the Mexico Amateur Stroke Play Championship, and women’s number one Katrina
Manaena out injured. However, tournament director Sue Taylor says it was another splendid weekend for the tournament, which has been running annually since the 1940s. “It was a fantastic weekend. We had 90 entries, with most of those coming from around the region,” she says. “We were so lucky with beautiful weather and the course was amazing. It was a very successful tournament and everyone really enjoyed it.”
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Fresh Choice Richmond Athletic will face Mainland Premier League side Coastal Spirit at home in the next round of the ASB Chatham Cup, after beating Nelson College 2-0 on Monday. It’s a favourable draw for the young Richmond side, who have avoided a road trip to Christchurch. They will now play the same team that knocked them out at this same stage in 2011. The game will be played on either June 14 or 15. Richmond coach Marc Evans has said all along that the Chatham Cup, a nationwide knockout competition, was just a bonus, but they now find themselves as the last remaining Nelson side in the third round. “It’s great to get a home game. It’s good for the coffers, hopefully we can get a good crowd in and get the bar going. It’s much better than travelling,” he says. “It’s great for the club that we’ve got a home draw.” He says the team would look forward to testing themselves against a Mainland Premier League side. “We’re playing some decent football. We’ve got a good team and we’ll give it our best go. This is all new for them and they’ve all got dreams of playing Mainland, so this will be a bit of a reality check.”
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The Appleby Volunteer Rural Fire Force will be showing off their newly renovated headquarters and looking back at their history when they hold an open day at their station on the Appleby Highway this Saturday to celebrate their 25th anniversary. Appleby’s controller Paul Eggers says the open day will be held from 3pm to 5pm and will feature displays of the force’s history including newspaper articles and photographs and slides of some of the major fires they have attended. The force’s volunteers will be available to show visitors around the station which they have just finished renovating for the anniversary celebrations. Principal Rural Fire Officer for the Waimea Rural Fire District, Ian Reade says Appleby has been a key component of the district’s rural fire fighting network for the last 25 years. He says volunteer fire forces like Appleby give up countless hours of their own time to protect the community and they should be proud of their achievements. Ian says the anniversary will be an extra special milestone for Appleby’s founding members
Ted Ford and John Russ and two of the force’s five female volunteers, Bella and Grace Clark, who have been members for over 20 years. Paul has been a member for 18 years after spending six years with the Upper Moutere brigade while Tom Jackman was a volunteer with the Picton and Richmond brigades before joining Appleby. “They have some people there who have been volunteers for a long time and they put in a tremendous effort,” Ian says. “Appleby started off just fighting vegetation fires but they have developed into a significant emergency response force - they are a credit to their community.” Paul says they have been fortunate to have such dedicated volunteers as well as good support from the Waimea Rural Fire Authority and Tasman District Council which help fund their operation. The Appleby community has also played a big role in supporting the force and he says they couldn’t continue operating without their help. “We get funding for our truck and power and most of our equipment but we still need to
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Appleby Volunteer Rural Fire Force have launched a fundraising campaign to enable them to purchase new equipment. Local businesses have been very supportive with Wai West Joinery contributing to the cost of new radios. Terry Thompson from BMTT, Steve Sangster, AG contractor and Michael O’Connor from Appleby Fresh are pictured presenting their donations to Appleby Controller, Paul Eggers. raise money for things like new radios and level two safety gear. We just had a big donation from Waimea West Joinery to help us buy two new radios that cost $3600 but eventually we need to buy four of them.” Appleby has just launched a fund raising campaign so that they can “keep going for another 25 years” and they have inserted donation envelopes in last week’s Waimea Weekly that was delivered to all the district’s letterboxes. People can also make donations online to Westpac 03 0751 0251724 25 or at the open day on Saturday.
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Things will be hotting up for Greenacres golfer Ryan Chisnall this week when he travels to Mexico for his first international tournament outside Australasia. Ryan and Takaka’s Blair Riordan have been selected to represent New Zealand at the Mexican Amateur Championships starting at the Yucatan Country Club near Merida on June 5. Top amateurs from around the world have been invited to the championships which will also involve a two-player international teams’ competition. Ryan’s selection for the 72-hole stroke play tournament comes after he was named in the New Zealand Golf Academy just last week. The 19 year-old is looking forward to his latest, and possibly biggest, challenge yet and says the key to success will be adapting to the conditions “It’s going to be a big challenge coming out of a Nelson winter to play in the heat on a hard and fast course but I’ve played a lot in Australia and I prefer those conditions,” Ryan says. It will also be a steep learning
Greenacres golfer Ryan Chisnall is currently competing at the Mexican Amateur Championship. Photo: Simon Bloomberg. curve playing against some of the world’s best amateurs on an unfamiliar course. “I don’t know much about the course apart from the fact it was designed by Jack Nicklaus. I had a look at it on the internet but it was all in Spanish so that wasn’t much help so that means practise day is going to be vital. “My short game will also need to be sharp. You can leak a lot of shots on an unfamiliar course if your short game isn’t working,” he says. Ryan is also looking forward to experiencing a different culture during what will be his first visit
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to a non-English speaking country. The cultural experience will be enhanced by the fact that he will be billeted by a club member rather than staying in a hotel. “When you stay at a hotel you don’t always get to learn about a place and you tend to eat food you normally eat. I quite like Mexican food so that’s going to be fine although I’ll probably stay with the stuff I know the name of.” The four-day stroke play championships will be preceded by an Am-Am involving the international amateurs and Mexican identities on June 4.
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Property insights What’s important when preparing your home for sale? There are so many important things that you should do to have your home looking the best ever, but one thing that is often overlooked is the local authority property file. Have you done any, or inherited any, un-permitted work? Is your fire place compliant, has your house been built as per the plans? Is there anything recorded on your file that requires an explanation and how will this impact on your price or the ability to sell your property? Your agent should check the property file before your property appraisal is completed. Any major issues may be reflected in the price.
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$13,980 mazda 3 GsX 2006 Here we have the little brother to the ever popular Mazda 6. This is the top spec Mazda 3 GSX. It’s NZ new and had 1 owner. It’s powered by a 2.0 litre chain driven motor and is 5 speed manual. The interior is very roomy and in really tidy condition. It also has 8 airbags, ABS brakes, air conditioning, cruise control, remote locking, 6 stack CD and factory alloys.
Ford mondeo zeTeC haTCh 2002 This Model Ford Mondeo Zetec liftback is ideal for those taller people who need that extra leg and headroom. They have plenty of both and heaps of luggage space. Its NZ New and had 2 owners. Its powered by a 2.0 litre chain driven motor and is automatic. It also has ABS brakes, 4 airbags, CD, factory alloys, air conditioning, cruise control and a towbar.
subaru imprezza manual 2006 If you are the great outdoors type who likes to get off the main road but doesn’t want to walk too far, then this NZ new AWD Subaru Imprezza is for you. It’s had 2 owners from new. It’s powered by a 2.0 litre motor and is 5 speed manual with Hi & low ratio AWD. The interior is quite spacious and is in tidy condition. It also has ABS brakes, 4 airbags, CD, climate air conditioning, remote locking, cruise control, roof rails and a towbar.
$5,550 honda Cr250 red roCkeT 1979 Not often now that one of these Honda CR250 Red Rocket twin shock models come up for sale. With vintage motocross so popular these days these are an ideal bike to get your leg over. It’s mechanically sound. It has a near new rear tyre and a new front. I have fitted some larger aftermarket foot pegs.
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$9,980 miTsubishi GalanT Gls 2006 In my opinion these Mitsubishi Galant’s are a very under rated car and represent fantastic value for money. This one is NZ new, had 2 owners and only done 77,000kms. It’s powered by a 2.0 litre motor and is automatic with tiptronic option. The interior is very spacious and is in immaculate condition. It also has airbags, ABS brakes, CD, climate airconditioning, electric windows and mirrors, remote locking, factory alloys, body kit and spoiler and a towbar.
$8,500 ToyoTa Camry Gl 2007 This represents great value for money for a later model NZ new car. Ideal for the family as it has huge interior space and comfort and is very tidy. It’s powered by a chain driven 2.4 litre motor and is automatic. It also has 8 airbags, ABS brakes, air conditioning, cruise control, remote locking and a towbar.
mazda 6 GlX 2010 These Mazda 6 GLX are are great all around family car. They have both plenty of interior room and luggage space and reasonable fuel economy. This one is NZ New and had 1 owner. Powered by a chain driven 2.0 litre motor and is auto with tiptronic option. Its been regularly serviced by a Mazda workshop. The interior is in tidy condition. It also has 6 airbags, ABS brakes, 6 disc CD, dual climatic air conditioning, cruise control, remote locking and a towbar.
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$11,980 ToyoTa Camry alTise 2005 This is an extremely tidy example of this always popular model Toyota Camry Altise. It’s NZ new and had 2 owners. It’s powered by a peppy 2.4 litre chain driven motor with only 74,000kms on the clock and is automatic. The interior is very spacious and in immaculate condition. It also has ABS brakes, 4 airbags, air conditioning, electric windows and mirrors, remote locking and cruise control.
$6,980 holden barina XC 2004 Here we have a tidy wee NZ new Holden Barina XC hatch. Ideal for commuting to work or even for the children to learn to drive in. It’s powered by a peppy 1400cc motor and is 5 speed manual. The interior is in tidy condition and is quite roomy. It also has 2 airbags, CD, electric windows and mirrors, air conditioning and remote locking.
mazda 6 GsX 2008 This model Mazda 6 GSX are very popular with tall people looking for that extra leg room or people wanting a roomy family car. This is NZ new and had 1 owner. Powered by a grunty 2.5 litre motor and is automatic with tiptronic option. We have the FULL service history for this car from new. It also has multi airbags, ABS brakes, cruise control, 6 disc CD, dual climate air conditioning, remote locking with 2 keys, factory 17 inch alloys and a towbar.
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honda orThia parTner 2005 This is quite a basic wagon and would be an ideal tradesmans van/wagon as the back seat folds down flat and has a vinyl mat. Also would be good for carting the dog and the kids to the beach. Its powered by a 1500cc motor and is automatic.
$4,500 nissan pulsar CJ 2,1997 Its not often we get a car of this age with such low kms, but we have just traded this tidy wee Nissan Pulsar. It’s powered by a peppy 1500cc chain driven motor and is auto. The interior is in very tidy condition. It also has 2 airbags,air conditioning electric windows and mirrors.
$6,980 miTsubishi lanCer GlXi 2001 This is a really tidy example of a well looked after NZ new car. It’s been in the same family from new and has only done 90,000kms. Powered by an 1.8 litre motor and is auto. The interior is quite roomy and is in very tidy condition. It also has air conditioning, CD, airbags, electric windows and mirrors.
$5,980 honda aCCord lXi, manual 2000 Here is a sporty looking NZ new Honda Accord LXi that goes as good as it looks. Its 5 speed manual and is powered by a 2.3 litre motor. The cambelt has been replaced. The interior is in very tidy condition. It also has ABS brakes, airconditioning, CD, 2 airbags, tinted glass, remote locking with an alarm, 18 inch alloys and a spoiler.
$11,980 Ford FoCus haTCh 2005 I would describe this model Ford Focus as a good robust family hatch. It might not have all of the frilly bits, but the more frills the more there is to go wrong. It’s NZ new. Powered by a 2.0 litre motor and is auto with tiptronic option. The interior is roomy and in very tidy condition. It also has ABS brakes, airbags, CD, remote locking and air conditioning.
$8,980 $7,980 ToyoTa raV4 5 door auTo 1995 This model has always been very popular in NZ. This is a AWD model. Powered by a 2.0 litre motor and is auto. It had the cambelt and waterpump replaced at 111km. The interior is quite roomy and in very tidy condition. It also has air conditioning, electric windows and mirrors, factory alloys and a nudgebar.
nissan X-Trail sT 2003 If you are in the market for a mid sized 4wd SUV that still has enough grunt for towing and is able to be driven in 2wd while commuting, then this is for you. It’s NZ new. Powered by a peppy 2.5 litre chain driven motor and is auto. It can be driven in 2wd, auto 4WD or 4WD locked. The interior is in tidy condition. It also has 2 airbags, ABS brakes, CD, air conditioning, remote locking, towbar, factory alloys and roof rails.
$6,980 nissan naVara 2wd d/Cab 1993 The last owner of this NZ new Nissan Navara 2WD double cab owned it for 10 years and has had a fantastic run from it. Its powered by a 2.4ltre chain driven petrol motor and is 5 speed manual. The interior is in tidy condition. It also has CD, 15 inch chrome Surf wheels, towbar and rear protecta bars, tufdeck and a nudge bar.
suzuki Grand ViTara 2007 With winter just around the corner, now is a good time to buy that 4WD SUV for your outdoor winter sports. This is NZ new and had 1 owner. Powered by a peppy 2.0 litre (chain driven) motor and is automatic. This model has Hi & Low ratio 4WD. The interior is very roomy and is in very tidy condition. It also has ABS brakes, airbags, remote locking, climate air conditioning, CD, towbar and factory alloy wheels.
Ford TransiT 350 l, Van 2000 If you are in the market for a BIG van to do that big job, then this for you. It’s a Ford Transit LWB and mid roof van. It has double side loading doors and full barn doors on the rear for easy access. It’s NZ new and had 3 owners and has seating for 6 people. It’s powered by a 2.4 litre turbo diesel motor and is 5 speed manual. The interior is in tidy condition. It also has air conditioning, CD, remote locking, towbar and rear seat with lap and diagonal belts.
$9,500 merCedes-benz mb140 Van 2005 This van would be ideal as a delivery van or to carry your motorbikes or even as a tradesman’s van as it has heaps of interior space for all your gear. The interior cargo dimensions are 3.2 metres long by 1.65 metres wide. It’s NZ new and had 2 owners. It has only been used to carry gym equipment. Powered by a 2.8 litre 5 cylinder diesel and is 5 speed manual.
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WOB on track for top four Star & Garter Waimea Old Boys should be able to confirm its place in the top four this weekend against bottom place Stoke, but they’ll only need to look back to the first round to see how much of a potential banana skin this clash could be. Waimea Old Boys relied on a last minute try and a sideline conversion to beat Stoke, who have failed to record a win against any team in the Car Company division one competition and will host Waimea on their club day, making this Saturday’s match even more crucial. “We had to win on the weekend and we’re going to have to win again this weekend, there’s no two-ways about it,” co-coach Mark Milne says, ahead of their final Car Company division one round robin match. With Wanderers and Marist drawing 13-13, Waimea Old Boys have moved into second place on 25 points following Saturday’s 54-6 win over Kahurangi. However, that could be just temporarily, as Marist have two games in hand. Kahurangi, in fifth place on 16 points and a game in hand, will need a resurgence in the final few rounds to make their way into the top four. And in the Bayleys Tasman Trophy, the title looks almost certain to go to Waitohi, who beat Nelson 33-15 in Picton to continue their unbeaten run. The loss was Nelson’s second of the Tasman Trophy campaign, while the next best hope, Wanderers, were left frustrated by a tough Marist side.
Talor Simpson-Brown tries to evade his opposite during Saturday’s div two game at Jubilee Park. Photo: Barry Whitnall/Shuttersport.
Huia kept scoreless
Waimea Old Boys lock Tevita Cabuvati gets airborne during Saturday’s match with Kahurangi. Photo: Evan Barnes/Shuttersport.
Sam Franklin makes a break for Nelson Bays in their win over Marlborough. Photos: Barry Whitnall/Shuttersport.
Super Liquor Waimea Old Boys have responded in spectaculor fashion from their loss to Riwaka, cruising past New World Huia 37-0 at Jubilee Park on Saturday. The victory firmly cements
Waimea’s spot in the top four, although the team will need to win more matches to catch the leading pair of Riwaka and Wanderers. Waimea face Stoke at Greenmeadows this Saturday from 1:15pm.
Pete Samu runs through the Marlborough defence during the 36-14 Cecil Shield win. Waimea had a number of starters, including Tevita Cabuvati and Ben Coman.
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It’d be hard to convince Erik Panzer that anywhere other than the United States is the perfect pathway for a top athlete and someone wanting a top education. When it comes to increasing his football skills on the pitch, and expanding his knowledge off it, Erik believes it’s USA all the way. The 20 year-old is back in Nelson for a month after completing his second year at Quinnipiac University in Hamden, Connecticut, where he studies psychology and plays centreback for their soccer team, the Bobcats. He will be one of three guest speakers at Sport Tasman’s US College Sports Scholarship Information Evening this Friday, where students, parents and coaches can learn more about life as an athlete in the American college system. Erik, who will be joined by middle distance runners Craig Lautenslager and Josie Wilcox on Friday, had achieved nearly everything he could as a teenager in New Zealand football. He was a regular for Nelson Suburbs in the Mainland Premier League, led Canterbury United to the ASB Youth League title, and made his ASB Premiership debut for Canterbury United. But the US had always appealed to him as a place where he could extend his football career and get an education at
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Black Caps are coming back to Saxton Oval
It’s confirmed, the Black Caps are returning to Nelson, this time to take on Sri Lanka, as they build up to the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup. The one-day international will be the fourth in a five game series and is scheduled to be held at Saxton Oval on Tuesday, January 20. Sri Lanka are ranked fourth in the ODI world rankings and boast super stars Lasith Malinga, Kumar Sangakkara and Mahela Jayawardene, making it the top team to ever play an international game in Nelson. The Black Caps beat West Indies in a rain affected match earlier this year, the first time a one-day international had been held in Nelson. The match was a huge success, with a sell-out crowd turning up to see their cricketing heroes in action. As well as the ODI between New Zealand and Sri Lanka, Nelson will host three ICC Cricket World Cup games next year, one featuring heavyweights, the West Indies against Ireland and the others featuring Zimbabwe, Bangladesh and two other nations.
football game of his young career. Erik says his Bobcats team played to their game plan perfectly but still couldn’t overturn their much-fancied opponents, losing 2-1. “We kept on fighting but we just couldn’t break it. That’s where the journey ended but it was our first time ever going into the national championship draw. For the school, it was huge. It was a moment that all students live for.” Now back in Nelson for a few more weeks, where he has played an instrumental part in Nelson Suburbs’ resurgence, Erik put his hand up to speak with young athletes about his US scholarship and how they can follow a similar path. “People need help sometimes, they don’t know the process. I just felt there was an opportunity to inform others that have the potential and there are so many opportunities out there.”
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Garage Sale FUND-RAISER- Nelson Indoor Bowls Association on Sat. 7th June, 9am @ Warnes Stadium, Songer St., Stoke. Bargains for all. Contact K.Forsyth 5477485 Living Alone afternoon tea on Mon. 9th June, 2pm in the Cathedral Quiet room. Church Garage Sale: Sat. 7 June 8.30-12 noon. Kitchen & glass ware, books, records, furniture, pictures, sewing, home handyman & gardening gear, etc. Plenty of bargains for everyone at this annual event. St David’s Church Hall, 11 Florence St., Richmond. Enquiries 544 8452. Arohanui Learning Community: Are you investigating choices for your child’s education? Meet others, share food and ideas for a democratic, holistic primary school opening in 2015 @ family potluck in FreeHouse yurt, Thursday 12 June, 5:30pm. Q&A session after 6pm. Free entry with drink. DemocraticSchoolNelson.co.nz REMINDER: World Environment Day & Arbour Day on Thurs., June 5. In preparation for planting, you can stock up on lovingly cultivated seedlings at the Brook Sanctuary Farmers Market stall tomorrow! The Brook Waimarama Sanctuary - keeping Nelson green in so many ways! www.brooksanctuary.org GIGATOWN NELSON : Join us on Twitter for discussions on local issues Tues.s 8.30pm-9.30pm. Use #gigatownnsn in all your tweets! Learn social media & have fun: Meeting at The FreeHouse first Tues. of the month 5pm. Come along! www.GigatownNelson.wordpress.com Music on Friday, June 6, 10.00 am at St Davids church, Florence St. Richmond. Movie, well known. English actor Stephen Fry discusses the fascinating life of composer Richard Wagner. Admission $4. Whenua/ Placenta planting 1pm 14 June behind the Centre of NZ. Access from Branford Park, car park on left just before Jickells Bridge as you drive
up the Maitai Valley. 20 minute walk up a balloon marked track. Family event just turn up with your whenua/placenta. Trees & spades are provided by NCC. This is a special day for all involved & is in memory of Lyndell Rowan, a lovely Midwife who would have embraced such an event. Bring a picnic Booking not required but if you have questions txt Aunouska 0211292519 FRESH FOCUS Philip Chapman speaking about “Save the Males”. Mon., 9 June, 10-11am. Nelson Suburban Club, 168 Tahunanui Drive. Everyone welcome. Entry $2. Henley Kindergarten Quiz Night. Raising funds for a new shade cloth over our sandpit & new outdoor equipment. Quiz Fri. 27 June, 7.30pm 19th -Nelson Golf Club, Bolt Road, Tahuna. Tickets $10per person, Teams up to 8 people. Call 544 6908 to purchase tickets. MidWinter Xmas Dinners & Market. TopHouse Historic Guesthouse, Café & Bar, Nelson Lakes. Dinners Sat. 28 June & 5 July. Real Xmas trees & huge open fire & music. ‘Xmas in July’ Market & family fun Sunday afternoon 13 July & Xmas dinner buffet. (Stallholders welcome to apply). Contact Jennifer on 03-5211848 or email info@ tophouse.co.nz. www.tophouse.co.nz The Brook Sanctuary will be at the Nelson Markets this Saturday! Sponsor fence posts there & get a free bumper sticker & fridge magnet, PLUS you can choose a seedling to take home - including the amazing native (& now endangered in the wild) red kaka beak plant. Fabulous! Richmd Waimea Toy Library Quiz Night Fundraiser Mon. June 16 6-9pm at The Speights Ale House Tahuna. Tickets $10 from the Toy Library 20C Gladstone Rd. Purchase during sessions Tues. 9:30-11:30, Thurs. 6:30-8pm, Sat. 9:30-12:30 cash only no EFTPOS. Lunch on the Hill. Tues. 3 & 17 June. Tea & coffee served from 11.30am. Lunch at 12noon. All
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Results from the 2014 Nelson Marlborough Championship, held at Nelson Waimea Gun Club on 31 May and 1 June. High Gun: HOA Colin Waghorn 224 /235. A Grade Paul Black 218 /235, B Grade Grant Crosbie 215/235, C Grade Bevan Cochrane 169 /235. Ladies Kristy Havill 212/235. Juniors Kristy Havill 212/235. Veterans Ray Everett 216/235. 25 Skeet: HOA Gavin Searle 25. A Grade 1st Colin Waghorn 25, 2nd Keith Van Asch 24, 3rd Ray Everett 24. B Grade Rick Spence 24, 2nd Murray Tait 23, 3rd Kelvin Ellison 23. C Grade Kristy Havill 25, 2nd Grant Crosbie 23, 3rd Murray Palmer 21. Categories: Ladies Kristy Havill , Juniors Kristy Havill 25, Veterans Keith Van Asch 24 Two Man Skeet Team 1st Rick Spence/Kelvin Ellison 47, Joint 2nd Keith Van Asch/ Vince Bailey 46 and Neil Simpson/Martin O’Connor 46. Five Man Skeet Team 1st Westland Province 115 2nd Nelson Marlborough Province 114 10 Pair Double Rise: HOA Hamish Holland 19. A Grade 1st Bard Warnock 19, 2nd Martin O’Connor 18, 3rd Colin Miller 18. B Grade 1st John Berry 16, 2nd John Hare 16, 3rd Murray Palmer 16. C Grade 1st Isabel Simpson 11, 2nd John Horton 11, 3rd Bevan Cochrane 8. Categories: Ladies Sheryl Anglem 16, Juniors James Krafts 15, Kelvin Ellison 15 Minis: HOA Colin Waghorn 15. A Grade 1st Neil Simpson 15, 2nd Rick Spence 15, 3rd Hamish Holland 15. B Grade 1st Murray Tait 15 2nd Kristy Havill 14, 3rd Darren King-Turner 14. C Grade 1st Michael Towarek 15, 2nd Bob Baille 12, 3rd John Horton 9. Categories: Ladies Kristy Havill 14, Juniors Kristy Havill 14, Veterans Neil Simpson 15 25 Single Rise: HOA Gavin Searle 25: A Grade 1st Colin Waghorn 25, 2nd Hamish Holland 25, 3rd Richard Moon 25. B Grade 1st Grant Crosbie 25, 2nd Jill Mead 25, 3rd Paul Hedwig 25. C Grade 1st Bob Baille 21, 2nd Michael Towarek 21, 3rd Isabel Simpson 20. Categories: Ladies Jill Mead 25, Juniors James Crafts 25, Veterans Richard Moon 25 30 Triples: HOA David Millar 50. A Grade 1st Ray Everett 48, 2nd Steve Ackland 47, 3rd Colin Waghorn 47. B Grade 1st Grant Crosbie 49, 2nd Darren King-Turner 48, 3rd John Berry 46. C Grade 1st Bevan Cochrane 36, 2nd Bob Baille 35, 3rd Isabel Simpson 35. Categories: Ladies Tracy Searle 47, Juniors Kristy Havill 43, Veterans Ray Everett 48 25 Point Score: HOA Paul Black 74. A Grade 1st Damian Briggs 73, 2nd Mike Havill 73, 3rd David Millar 72. B Grade 1st Kristy Havill 74, 2nd Tracy Searle 73, John Hare 72. C Grade 1st Bob Baille 63, 2nd Michael Towerak 62 3rd Bevan Cochrane 61. Categories Ladies Kristy Havill 74 , Juniors Kristy Havill 74, Veterans Damian Briggs 73 Club Teams 1st Barrytown 287, 2nd Waihora 283, 3rd Nelson 280 25 Single Barrel: HOA Ian Crafts 24. A Grade 1st Neil Simpson 24, 2nd Brad Warnock 24, Colin Waghorn 24. B Grade 1st John Berry 24, 2nd Grant Crosbie 24, 3rd June Briggs 21. C Grade 1st Bob Baille 22, 2nd Bevan Cochrane 21, 3rd Fin Cleary 17. Categories Ladies Rebecca Warnock 23, Juniors James Crafts 20 , Veterans John Berry 24. Next shoot 15 June 25 Skeet, 100 DTL, Ball trap Practice and 5 Stand Sporting, no EFTPOS, ammo and food available, contact Club Secretary, email@example.com, for further details.
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21 Elms Street, Wakatu Estate,Nelson
Ph 544 3985
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CARPET CLEANING Carpet cleaning professionals
AL FRESCO Garden & Property Maintenance
021 255 6163
• Energy healer • 20+ years experience
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• $40 per hour
• 24 Years Horticulture Experience • Landscaping • Pruning • Hedge Trimming • Tidying • Weeding • Lawn Care
0800 427 782
021 0264 4839
4A Gladstone Road, 12 Cargill Place, Richmond
Supporting your healing and growth
or 03 544 1212 (offRichmond Beach Road)
Painting - Exterior/Interior - Airless Spraying - Waterblasting - New & Old Work - Fully Qualified Tradesman - Obligation Free Quote
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027 671 8417 SOLAR
Call Adam or 544 9415
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SUIT HIRE Weddings, Black Tie,
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Chris Inglis 03 5448059 0275485877
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1-19 McPherson St Richmond www.nzsolar.co.nz firstname.lastname@example.org
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155 Trafalgar St
85 Improve the performance
paint, oil & stain restoration
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First home buyers • Purchasers Refinancing • Investment Properties Guarantor lending 100% loans Phone 548 8590
0800 448 446 Steve Fletcher
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No job too small
AH/Fax: 544 3177
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GAS STAY SPECIALISTS
021 130 4130
www.callageek.co.nz – since 2005
027 232 1550
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Phone 03 544 2266
We do call outs and remote support too
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Kerry & Sharlene Friend 7 Gladstone Road Richmond
16 Halifax Street
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Specialising in the restoration and staining of all decks.
Your one-stop shop for - WOF - Engine Tuning - Brakes & Clutch - Wheel Alignment All mechanical services service
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We can fix all your IT problems either on site or remotely. Business or Home users.
Need help with your garden? Call Tony Baker
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Now at Richmond Mall between Jean Jones & Fresh Choice
All Insurance Claims Panelbeating Chassis Straightening Repaints 2-pack Touch Ups Call Tony Johnston
90 VANGUARD ST NELSON PH: 548 3954 027 548 3954
Specialising in small jobs and maintenance plumbing
• Renovations • Kitchens • Bathrooms 4 Coach Pl, Brightwater
0275 423 343
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Maintenance Blocked Drains Domestic Work New Housing Industrial Properties Leaking Taps & Pipes
A/H: 542 3343
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Low prices Secure storage Staff on site Inside Car Storage Self drive truck hire Size & Price List available at www.tasman-storage.co.nz 74 Gladstone Rd, Richmond
Ph 544 4306
Fayette Lane Storage
off Echodale Place, Nayland Area, Stoke
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Hassle free motoring
Apple Computer Repairs
All mechanical repairs No job too big or small.
Advanced Automotive Certified Mac Technician www.mac111.co.nz Ph: 0275481618
12 Cargill Place, (off Beach Richmond 4A Gladstone Road,Road) Richmond
Ph: 544 1212
Drainage & asman Construction T Ltd.
For the ‘baa-ack’ yard ewe deserve Call Caleb 022 122 5013 Email
PLUMBING & GAS
Driving Instructor Book three 1hr lessons during May for just
Small Small • Leaking taps & pipes Jobs • KitchensJobs & Welcome bathrooms Welcome • Solar • Drainage Kevin Harris Kevin Harris
544 0203 Sundial Square Richmond Open 7 Days 11am - Late
• Holiday Homes • Bush Cabins • Renovation
Ph 522 4356
Any further lessons just $50 per hr. For a limited time
Atawhai to Wakefield and everywhere in between
FREE Quotes Call Simon
545 1000 021 223 3135
Prompt response is our priority
542 2120 027 542 4473
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lawnmower services We sharpen & Fix: lawnmowing weedeating gardening
New Homes • Commercial Rural • Retail • Alterations
Rotary Mowers Hand Mowers Reel Mowers Hedge Trimmer Line Trimmers Hand Tools Chainsaws
MobilE outboard sErviciNG aNd boat rEPairs
• 15 years experience • Great rates • Genuine parts
Based in Stoke
Free pick-up & Delivery (conditions apply)
0274 071 328 or 547 4038
Ph 022 307 3986 or 539 0953
Domestic & Commercial Wiring PV Solar expert Maintenance & Repairs Registered Electricians
Ph: 021 482 088 or 542 2328 www.rowandronelectrical.co.nz
4 Ernest Pl, Brightwater
Ph: 538 0824 Stoke
Proudly supplying Orange Residential Homes roofing requirements for over 10 years
ELITE FLOORING SERVICES Member NZ National Flooring Assn.
99% Dust Free All Wooden Flooring Residential & Commercial Prestige Timber Floor Laying Your choice of Coatings Over 20 years Experience
0800 455 141 Dave 0274 296 669 A/H (03) 541 9777 email@example.com www.elitefloorsanding.co.nz
Baby&Mobility HIRE Carseats | Push Chairs | High Chairs Cots | Porta Cots | Bassinets Mobility Scooters | Walking Frames Lift Chairs | Wheelchairs | Power Chairs
SALES - SERVICE - RENTALS
269 Queen St Richmond. Ph 544 6603 NOW OPEN SATURDAYS
SEPTIC TANK CLEANING
• Keys • Locksmiths • Safes • Alarms • Access Control • CCTV
275A High St, Motueka
T & J Collins Holdings Ltd
126 Tahunanui Dr, Nelson
027 486 6054
• In-home fitness and training • Falls prevention programmes • Fitness for tramping/overseas trips • Personal assistant and companion driving service • Shopping - in-home fitne
- falls preventio programmes - outings - shopping aid - visiting friend - pet friendly
Murray Gauntlett Ph 544 8032
Sue Henley 03 544 9599 or 021 136 7562 Experienced and qualified personal trainer
TASMAN BAY TILING
HARRIS TRAINING SERVICES LTD
Work Place First Aid Courses
Watch and Clock Repairs
Rise & shine
• Floor & Wall Tiling • Full Bathroom Renovations • Under Tile Heating Installation • Waterproofing • All work Fully Guaranteed • 30 Years Experience
Phone orders welcome
Richmond Brake & Clutch 13 McGlashen Ave, Richmond
0800 506 111
Ph: 543 8090 Ph: 543 8090 TAKEAWAY
Over 45 years experience
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
• Leaks • Repairs • Maintenance • ReRoofs • New Roofs
Honest Reliable Master Master Honest Reliable Plumbers and Gasfitters Plumbers and Gasfitters Since 1915 Since 1915
New Buildings Alterations
WHILE U WAIT
Feeling woolly when looking at your garden? Then it’s time to call
Crazy Sheep Landscapes
WOF’s LOCALLY OWNED
REPAIRS BRAKE & CLUTCH SPECIALISTS
Phone 03 543 8243 LANDSCAPES
avon’s gift AVON'S June MAY GIFT FREE - a basket full of Avon products when you sign up to Avon in June. May. Want to earn extra $$$ and work you own hours? FREE to start, and full training provided. Call Vickie 027 437 3885
• Registered drainlayers (Residential & Commercial) • Sewage treatment - design, supply & install • Video camera & drain inspection • Excavator & truck hire • Residential & rural earthworks • Retaining walls, house slabs, commercial concrete
BRAKE OR CLUTCH
WEDNESDAY 4 June 2014
Paul Napier Certified Mapei Installer
021 548 390 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Registered Trainer, Assessor & EPA Test Certifier • Growsafe & Approved Handler Certification • Chainsaw • Tree Felling • Quad Bike • Tractor
For course dates see www.harristraining.co.nz
Ph: 544 4062
Mob: 0274 574 775 email@example.com
May: June: July: Aug: Sept:
1, 6, 20, 23, 24, 29 5, 10, 26, 27, 28 8, 16, 24, 25, 26 5, 13, 28, 29, 30 9, 18, 25, 26, 27
Ph 544 9180 Corporate Rates Available
Overhauls Repairs ● All watches and clocks
At Benjamin Black Goldsmiths 176 Bridge Street, Nelson (opposite Graham’s Trading Post)
03 546 9137
Specialising in Windows Over 10yrs professional experience Residential or Commercial Call Brandon 022 0984 167 firstname.lastname@example.org
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