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Terry Holland plays the role of an offender during a taser demonstration at the Nelson Police open day on Saturday. Photo: Phillip Rollo.

Thousands of keen locals, young and old, took a rare opportunity to go behind-the-scenes at the Nelson Police Station on Saturday. Children were posing for photographs in police hats and vests, took a trip through the cellblock, watched on as a pretend offender was tasered, met the police dog, ran through an obstacle course, and were toured around the city in the back of a police car. All of those activities and more were part of a nationwide police open day, where 12 stations opened their doors to the community.

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Attempts to regain athletics track Nelson City Council is hoping it will be able to regain control of its athletic track at Saxton Field from the organisers of the Cricket World Cup. Cup organisers have an exclusivity period for the whole Saxton Oval venue, which includes the athletics track, from 21 days prior to the first match on February 16 and – bizarrely – another ten days after the final one on March 5. That means track and field athletes will be unable to use the athletics track during wheelchairs mobility scooters walkers/canes electric bed/hoists lift assist chairs bathroom solutions incontinence products daily living aids/products

the peak period of their own season, even though there are just three cricket games being held in Nelson, and they are next door at the cricket oval. When the announcement was made that the track will be out of use for nearly 50 days, running coach Greg Lautenslager said it would basically be “ruining” the sport. “Without the track you don’t have the sport, so a compromise needs to be made,” he said in February. “We understand how big the Cricket World Cup is,

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editorial@waimeaweekly.co.nz but we don’t understand why it’ll be taking that whole time. You’re not even going to play cricket on the track, it’s next door.” And a compromise could be on the cards, with the council saying they will explore the possibility of some “flexibility” with Cricket World Cup that could allow track

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Area commander Steve Greally estimated somewhere between 5000 and 6000 people visited the Nelson station during the four hours, and put his support behind the event happening again. “It really surpassed my expectations,” he says. “It was just a great day and the sun was out, which was fantastic. I think people got to see the police in a different light, and saw different aspects of what we do and how we do it, which was really educational.” Steve says the event did a lot to build the trust in police and strengthen the already positive relationship they have with the community. “It’s about better engaging with the community that we have and I think people realize we are just part of the community itself, we’re not separate. We’re community members who have a job to do.”

TAX CASh FoR NElSoN: The Nelson region could be in for a cash injection this month as the Inland Revenue Department begins to release some of their 2014 financial year tax refunds. Estimates by NZ Tax Refunds indicate that, if the entire population of Nelson claimed the overpaid tax that may be owing to them, over $16 million would be injected into the local economy.

Sisters Lucy and Erin MacLeod at the Nelson Police open day on Saturday. Photo: Phillip Rollo.

NEw CITIzENS: Twenty Nelsonians were sworn in as Kiwi citizens last week at Nelson City Council. They came from America, Britain, the Philippines, Germany, India, Malaysia, Myanmar and Sweden.


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how all modes can share the road. We think, along with the Transport Agency, that these concepts both work to address these issues. We look forward to hearing now from the community about which ideas they think work best to enhance and improve this important stretch of road.” The options range in price from $9 million to $14 million, with the third option ruled out by the council as it had an estimated cost of between $33 and $47 million. “We’re interested in hearing from the community on the two options that we feel are the most realistic.” Nick says the only “sensible way forward” is for Nelson to develop the boulevard vision for Rocks Rd, alongside the construction of a new state highway along the southern link route.

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Suburban Club’s future ‘still bright’ The future of Nelson’s Suburban Club appears secure, with confirmation that it will reduce the club’s debt. This may require that the Tahunanui Drive premises are sold and the club leases back all or part of the building and continues to operate from the current site or from alternative leased premises. Either way, the club will no longer have a debt problem.

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on the club and of securing a lease on the present facility or another property somewhere between Stoke and Nelson. He says the new building may house all the same facilities it currently does, including pool, bars, restaurant, pokies and a TAB. But it would depend on the future needs of the club and the cost of providing the facilities.

Garin’s art fest a success Garin College students turned off their laptops and took a break from regular school work on Thursday and Friday, instead, taking part in their annual Mahi Toi event. Students are able to choose two, three, four of five activities to take part in during the two days. Those include performing arts, making cupcakes, designing wearable art out of recycled materials, flax weaving, constructing bottle rockets, and a whole lot of other fun workshops. Lindsey Furlong-Taylor, the teacher in charge of Mahi Toi, says it was a compulsory event for students, but something that everyone looked forward to each year. She says this year’s event was fantastic. “Everyone was on task and it was a good time, everyone had good fun and that’s what it’s all about.” Mahi Toi was a house event, with points given to the winners in each section. It concludes with a performance on June 26 and 27 at the Hope Fernanda Moñuz models a dress made from recycled maCommunity Church, highlighting terial by Dasuni Siyaguna, Amy Nicholson and Michelle the “best of the best”. Gauler. Photo: Phillip Rollo.

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structure, the key is thrown away to symbolize unbreakable love. The practice is a century old but has gained in popularity in the last decade. The council says the change was made in light of the community response in favour of the locks since the story was printed. “So the council is happy to allow the practise to continue, but will monitor the situation and may have to remove locks in future if they become problematic or cause any extra maintenance on the bridge. We’ve fleshed out a few guidelines that we will be monitoring to help keep the love locks manageable.” Conditions to them staying include them not being attached to the bridge itself, only the netting surrounding the fence, they can’t become so numerous that they cause the netting to sag and they can’t stick out and interfere with passersby.

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First World War medals donated to the Nelson RSA are being given back to the families of the local men and women who earned them. Nelson RSA is now on a search to find the descendants, who could be spread across the country, after the RSA executive voted to hand back the medals to help commemorate the centenary of the Gallipoli landings next year. Nelson RSA president Barry Pont says the medals were donated decades ago and he feels it’s the right time to give them back to the families. “We felt that, rather than sit in our archives, they should be distributed back to the immediate families of the veterans and there will be some exciting stories once the families do get in touch.” Families will have to prove they are the direct descendants because the medals are worth several hundred dollars each,

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Gigatown will be great for business Forty local businesses have stepped in front of the camera to say why they think winning the “Gigatown” competition will be great for business and great for Nelson. The businesses were filmed by ten production companies to make a YouTube video as part of a mini competition to win points in the Gigatown competition. Nelson is in second place in the national competition run by Chorus NZ to find New Zealand’s most active town online. The prize up for grabs is for the winning gigatown to have access to cheap one gigabit internet, and a $200,000 development fund to create new business opportunities. The first stage of the competition ends in September, with the top five towns advancing to the final, which ends in November. The businesses filmed range from breweries to forestry companies and include Nelson’s largest businesses, Talley’s, Port Nelson, Sealord, NZ King Salmon, Nelson Airport and Wakatu Corp. Sue Jepson, Gigatown Nelson’s project manager for the business videos, says if the criteria for winning this competition are collaboration and creativity, then Nelson would be the world champions. “The level of cooperation and collaboration amongst our commercial film producers, and enthusiasm among our local businesses, has been nothing short of breath-taking.” All the businesses filmed were clear in

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The Gigatown Nelson campaign team review the #gigabusiness videos showcasing Nelson’s digital innovation. They are from left; Greg Dykzeul, Patrick Kuiper, Matthew Dodd, Susan Schuler, John Gibson, Sue Jepson, Glenda Buschl and Karen Lee. their message that Nelson can become the digital hub of New Zealand, with ultra-fast broadband attracting overseas businesses to Nelson. “[It’s] a real opportunity to keep young people here,” says Sealord’s Doug Paulin. While Ian Craig of Core Transport Technologies said: “If Nelson won Gigatown it would create an environment with a perfect lifestyle, a great educational platform, and that would attract people from outside at the top of their game in IT to come to Nelson.”

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Wine and Food festival raises $29,000 for charity The Brightwater Wine and Food Festival exceeded organiser’s expectations with an impressive $29,000 raised – which was donated to community groups last week. Not only does the festival celebrate the region’s produce with local wines, food, beer and music, but the money raised makes a substantial difference to the community; helping some of the Nelson and Tasman region’s hardest-working groups and volunteers do their jobs. This year saw a 3500-4000 strong crowd come out to celebrate summer and the new “back to basics” approach, which not only created a hugely successful day, but provided the Rotary Club of Richmond

with the platform needed to bring the festival back for good. This year’s funds were given out to the beneficiaries at a presentation last week, with $10,000 going to Nelson Marlborough Helicopter Rescue, $2500 to Wanderers Sports Club, $2500 to the Brightwater Rural Fire Force, $1000 to Brightwater School and $1000 to the Nelson Tasman Cycle Trails Trust. Several other organisations and groups received donations too, including St John, Richmond Volunteer Fire Brigade, HYPE (helping young people at events), Nelson YMCA, Waimea Harriers and the Brightwater Hall.

Quiz night postponed as donations roll in

The “quiz world championships” are coming to town, but not this Friday as originally planned. The “World Championship Quiz Night” is to help raise money for the “Dad’s new lungs” campaign for local man Mike Corkill but, due to a huge amount of interest, Mike has decided to postpone it to “get it right”. He says he’s had thousands of dollars worth of prizes donated, including a PS3, local art, travel vouchers and landscaping products, and he needs more time to make a “special night”. The six children of Mike Corkill have been helping organise what they are calling the “World Championship Quiz Night” and joke that it’s been officially sanctioned by Ukrainian authorities, but they are still waiting on confirmation from every other country, including the Russians. The quiz will be held at the Waimea Old Boys clubrooms and Mike says he’ll let Weekly readers know the exact date when they have firmed up the details. 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 $20,000 and are hoping for a big turn-out for the quiz. Nelson artist Marilyn Andrews says she donated hundreds of dollars worth of pieces because she wanted to help. “If I was in that situation I’d appreciate all the help I could get, so I had a little hunt up and donated four pieces of artwork, cards and magnets.” Running the quiz will be the comedy tag-team of Kevin Cross and Steve Page after their successful fundraiser for Walk with Us earlier this year. Tickets are available from the Richmond Mall or at mikesnewlungs@gmail.com.

Recipients of this year’s Brightwater Wine and Food Festival, including the Nelson Marlborough Rescue Helicopter, fire brigades, sports clubs, schools and the Brightwater Hall. Photo: Jessie Johnston.

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Having a party/event/function? Call our photographer 548 4949 or 027 548 4948 Alice Cassidy, Jenna Eathorne and Dana Wilson at the Marist club day.

Life members Brian and Ngaere Thornalley at the Marist club day.

Becky Pannell, Karen Burton and Pippa Cornish at the wedding at Stoneridge Cafe on Saturday.

Marilyn and Pat O’Connor at HQ on Saturday night. Bronwen, Sam and Ann Newton at Pottering About on Sunday.

Elijah Burton and Emanuel Shuerenkamp at Samara and Emanuel’s wedding on Saturday.

Tracey Colligan, Monique Fisher, Jordy Allsopp and Nick Penson at Kurt Smith’s get together.

Jade Nukunuku, Maikara McCoy and Joni Nukunuku at Marist club day.

We were busy this week with photos from a wedding at Stoneridge Cafe; a celebration at Pottering About for its owners who have been told they're allowed to stay in New Zealand after a battle with immigration; and a club day at the Marist rugby club on Saturday night after their big win. Remember, if you’d like us to come and take photos at your event or party give us a call on 548 4949 or you can email us at editorial@ nelsonweekly.co.nz. See you next week.

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Cayden Edwards and Vianni Caro-Watts on Marist club day. Michelle Lama, Tara O'Donnell and Jennifer Lama at the Marist club day on Saturday.

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Volunteer Awareness Week: It takes a special kind of person to sacrifice their precious time and energy to volunteer in the community. This week is National Volunteer Week, a week in which volunteers all over New Zealand are celebrated for their invaluable and selfless work. I would like to personally thank all New Zealand Red Cross volunteers and also our 5000 members, who also volunteer countless hours of their time. You are the backbone of our organisation and we couldn’t do it without you. Tony Paine, New Zealand Red Cross. NCC does u-turn on love locks: Thank you NCC. Marie Harrison. And thank you Nelson Weekly! Felicity Watson. Well bugger me! Maybe, just maybe, they do have feelings. Marvellous NCC, nice back-peddling and a round of applause. I’m on a lock mission. Janelle Thorpe. Great to see that they are on the way back! Kymberly Widley. Yay, let’s keep love alive. Hannah-Dan Sangster. Looks like solid metal wired fencing to me. Worried it will “sag”? Lol, doubt it. But thanks NCC for allowing it, though someone did mention that the locks are already gone, except for

one? Not cool. They should just stay there, as they represent a couple’s lasting love. Be great for the tourists to see also. Jae Walter.

They are a positive thing, bring a good vibe to our community, a commitment of love. Bruce and Jo. The ultimate combination of print and social media working together to save the day! Jane Winter. Great news, nice to see some sensible decision-making and great work from [Facebook page] Save our Love Locks Nelson, NZ. Just goes to show “we” can make a difference! Adam Sweeting. Can we do the same for the Trafalgar Centre? Nelson Residents Association. Yes, this is great news and yes, we all need to work together to get the Trafalgar Centre sorted! Lauren Lewis. This just shows the Nelson City Council have no backbone. One ounce of public pressure and they peddle backwards. Not to say this isn’t the right thing to do and leave the locks up, but come on NCC, how can your ratepayers trust that you will do what’s right for them seeing you make decisions then go back on them... or worse, your indecisive ways on things that need attention now not in 5 - 10 years which will be when we see a Trafalgar Centre fix. Jeff Mahon

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That’s so wrong. I’m going to put my love locks on the Rocks Rd chains. Seems the NCC doesn’t think it is graffiti and it’s ok if they are love locks. So I can put them any public place? Tacky. And if people justify if by saying it is true love then that is just sad. Let’s put love locks on every public chain and fence. Jo Bishop. I don’t think the council had ‘backpeddled’ or agreed it is not graffiti. More what they have done is listen to what a majority of the public has wanted and allowed it to happened. I am a very firm believer in ‘majority rules’. Why should it be any other way? Kane Ballbag. Lions give to ‘Dad’s new lungs: WOW this is good news. All the best and good luck. Jae Walter. Man attacked on Rutherford St: Shame on them for attacking this man... shame on them for attacking anyone, fullstop. Get a job, get a life, respect people. Ruth Rodley. It’s a worry the rep that Nelson is getting because of things like this. No one seems to give a monkey’s about keeping an eye on what’s going on unless there are tourists about, I suppose this year there will be another

big “campaign” about street violence in late Sept/Oct, just in time to get everyone behaving for summer again. Dez Tinee. Hubcap guitar: A friend of mine visits Nelson on a regular basis and brought me back a John Dixon Hubcap guitar as a present recently, as I play in a blues band. I never thought I could master slide, but I have found it a joy to play and it’s beginning to sound half decent. Ron Ryan, England.

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There’s never a dull moment at Chai Yo – own- tertime. Our customers like a nice hot meal ers Bunga and Nuttavut Krataitong are always that will keep their tastebuds warm as well! thinking up new ways to keep their customers The curries in the smorgasbord will be perfect happy and adapting their menu and services for picking up on the way home after a busy to ensure that the people of day and we will have a good Nelson and Richmond have variety, with different levels a delicious range of food to of spiciness to make sure that choose from. there is something to suit The newest service they ofeveryone in the family. We fer is a delicious range of will have our popular Musexpress curry meals availsamun Curry, Yellow curry, able from their new smorJapanese beef curry, and Pork gasbord in the busy Nelson Belly with pineapple curry in takeaway in Nile Street. the express meal range. They This exciting new option will be availabe from 4.30 means you won’t have to pm from Wednesday night The Chai Yo team, Wanlapa wait while your meal is prethrough to Saturday night.” pared – just pop in, choose Krataitong, Surachai Phosu, The new smorgasbord exfrom the delicious range Sumalee Phosu and Jayjay press meals (only available available and head home to Supsaengprapa. in the Nelson takeaway) are enjoy! It’s perfect for those nights when you are great for those in a bit of a rush, but if you don’t running late or just too busy to face preparing mind waiting for your meal to be prepared then your own meal when you get home. With all you should try some of the other options on of their food prepared from the freshest local the Chai Yo menu. They are definitely worth ingredients by authentic Thai chefs, you will be waiting for! And if you have an important date delighted at the quality of the food and with its or celebration coming up, a trip to the Chai Yo high vegetable and meat content you’ll be en- Restaurant in Queen St Richmond is an exceljoying one of the healthiest takeaway options lent choice. The friendly team provide excellent available. service and the food is truly exquisite. Freshly With winter well on its way Bunga says that prepared takeaway options are also available offering express curries was the most sensible from the Richmond restaurant. solution. “Our curries are very popular in winBusiness Update. Adv.


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Don Clementson is a qualified electronic technician and can help you with the sale, service and installation of all Freeview equipment, so you can enjoy quality home entertainment whenever you want. Don can provide a number of electronic services including the installation of new TV’s, smart TV’s, wall mounting TV’s and new installation in new houses. He can pre-wire any home while it is still in the buildDon Clementson ing stages. After Don has discussed your electronic requirements, cables can be installed before the house is finished and lined, ready for the installation of your devices once building is complete. He can also install Freeview aerials and satellite dishes, as well as supply you with a host of other products to make your TV watching all the more enjoyable, like the My Freeview Recorder which lets you record and watch television at the same time, and lets you pause, fast forward and rewind your favourite programs. Call Don on 0274 376 019 for more information.

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2008 Toyota Hilux SR5 Xtra Cab Wellside 4X4

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Packed with saftey features such as Multiple Airbags, ABS and EBD Braking, Dynamic stability control, Reversing sensors and camera. Traction control. Luxury and conveinence features include: Full ipod/MP3 integration, Streaming bluetooth audio, Bluetooth phone integration, Satelite Navigation system, rear DVD player and luxury leather seating for seven.

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2007 Ford Ranger XL 2WD Double Cab.

This Manual 3.0l turbo diesel utility, has been fitted with extensive alloy racking to carry long loads, it has a brand new set of wheels and tyres as well as air bags air conditioning nudgebar towbar and central locking

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This facelift 2.5 turbo manual king cab (cab plus) Navara utility, has features including a solid versatile flatdeck, towbar, power windows and power windows, a good economical robust reliable utility.

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kly payments over 5 years. Finance company terms, conditions and lending criteria apply.

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Get the job done properly with the help of this 2005 Toyota Hilux SR5. This ruggedly-built Double Cab ute has only had two local owners, and they have kept it in great shape. Features include Air Conditioning, Cruise control, Alloy wheels, Side steps and a Towbar, as well as a colour-coded canopy for your tools and supplies. It drives extremely well and is priced to sell so be quick.

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This is the very latest Focus Sport. These cars are truly unbelievable in every aspect, from their driving dynamics, their high tech features which includes GPS sat navigation, voice activation & bluetooth as well as a strong feel of safety you very rarely find in a smaller size car, absolute brilliance at its best. Travelled just 12000 kms.

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This versatile utility with the ground clearance of its 4wd sibling has travelled just 79000km, with five speed manual, comes complete with Towbar, alloy wheels, CD Player central locking, power steering. We also have a Canopy available for this vehicle.

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This is the very latest Focus Titanium. Available in Candy Red or Lunar Sky. If you are after thrilling performance, impressive technology and the utmost comfort - this is the vehicle for you. Some of the features include Self Park, sunroof, full leather, Reverse camera, and many more. Travelled just 12000 kms. $

This is a NZ new face lifted Sonata travelled only 55500km. This 2.0L Diesel Turbo intercooled engine has 305Nm of torque making it a fantastic car to drive on NZ roads with a nicely finished interior, very comfortable seats and easy to use controls. Reversing sensors, tow bar, nice alloys and great fuel consumption.

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National Volunteer Week runs from June 15-21, with the efforts of local volunteers being recognised and celebrated. Volunteers fulfil an essential role in our community. In New Zealand 31 per cent of the adult population volunteer; within the Nelson Tasman region alone millions of hours are volunteered, and without this support many of the services and facilities we take for granted could not be provided. The theme for the 2014 NVW is “Nakuterourounau te rouroukaoraai te tangata.” Translated it means, With your contribution and my contribution the people will live. The whakataukī (Maori proverb) refers to co-operation and the combination of resources to get ahead. It suggests that if we pool our ideas, with equal respect for all parties, we will get a better outcome and everyone will benefit. Volunteer Nelson co-ordinator Jacqui Irwin says the week is all about recognizing the effort put in by our communi-

Alzheimers Society Nelson Inc. We would like to acknowledge the commitment of our volunteers. They are an important part in the success of our organisation. Your willingness to give your time to others, your compassion, companionship, humour and caring. The knowledge you share with us is valuable. Thank you for volunteering for us. The gift of time is priceless. We are very thankful to our volunteers who provide support to our Society via various tasks. Helping with Street appeals Supporting the Staff with Carer support groups/ Early Memory/ Cafes Our Advisory Committee and Governance Board Catering for us The Fundraising Group

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ties volunteers. “They do a lot of stuff that wouldn’t otherwise happen, a lot of it is crucial community work and a lot of people do it to the extent that they don’t even notice that they are doing it, but it’s really good for them to stop and think and be valued and value themselves, and the enormous amount of time they give to do really important work that help communities to thrive and be far richer places.” Volunteers conduct a range of range of roles including environmental work, offering support to refugees, support at food banks, supporting the elderly, helping out at sport clubs and events. Volunteer Nelson manager Katy Steele

Deanne & Mary volunteering at the Loaves & Fishes at All Saint's Church

Thanks to our Volunteers - You are Amazing We couldn’t do it without you! We are a free, confidential service run by a committee of volunteers who support our advisers to help people:  Develop good budgeting skills  Work out financial plans to suit individual needs  Carry out education programmes

You make a difference in our community

Thank you.

If you are interested in supporting women and children whose lives are affected by family violence, we are currently recruiting for our 24 hour Crisis and Support Line. Please contact our Community Office phone 548 3353 to discuss. You must have a Full New Zealand Drivers license.

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Help and support is given to all people in need, and the sick and elderly are visited by our members. We greatly appreciate and give thanks to our wonderful team of volunteers who help and support us in our work

Ph: 548 9372 / 544 0893 / 547 7351

A big THANK YOU to all volunteers who help make it happen - VOLUNTEERS ROCK!

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Thankyou to our valuable volunteers who are essential to keep our organisation running.

 Provide transport between Nelson & Richmond  Bus trips and outings  Varied exercise programmes  Hobbies and interest groups  Entertainment and social activities  Meals

It takes beautiful people to volunteer their time to the beautiful game! Nelson Bays Football wishes to thank the many coaches, managers and others who volunteer their time to football in this region

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Outstanding work is done by volunteers across our District every day and is invaluable to the wellbeing of our residents. Why not nominate a volunteer you know for a Council Outstanding Community Award. 2014 Nominations close 30 June 2013. Go to www.tasman.govt.nz for more information.

Be a part of something positive Find out more at www.svdp.org.nz or contact us at one of our centres in Nelson, Stoke or Richmond

We also have a special team of 100+ who are working on making Matariki Lantern Parade on 18 June another memorable event.

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You can make a difference, if you wish to become a volunteer, please phone the Office on 546 7702

Would like to thank all our wonderful team of volunteers who have and are providing their time, support and energy for free to the Nelson Women’s and Children’s Refuge. We wouldn’t be able to exist or provide our much needed services without you.

We are supported by SO MANY volunteers – in the community garden, at the reception desk, general support in and around the centre.

Thanks to Jane, Juliette, Randolph, Kaushal, Marie, Trudie, Lesa, Alison, Jill, Hardy, Dennis, Donald and Melissa.

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says there is also a demand for roles that volunteers can fill on the administration side, including information technology and finance, and also at governance level for committee and board members. People volunteer their time and efforts for a range of reasons. This could be because they hold a personal interest in the organisation, want to gain work experience, meet people, or to develop their own skills and pass them on to others. Volunteering offer an excellent opportunity to increase personal experience, while providing assistance to both individuals and organisations that are in need of support in the local com-

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munity. “There is a huge need for volunteers as some community organisations are dependent on them, and without their services they would not survive, which would be a great loss to the community,” says Katy. Volunteer Nelson can organise low-cost training programmes for staff and volunteers on topics like governance, sustainable funding and workplace well-being. They also offer a confidential mentoring service for staff and committee members. You can sign up to receive their e-newsletter by emailing katy@volunteernelson.org. nz. This regular newsletter provides news, information and updates for the sector. If

The Nelson Community Food Bank Trust Our volunteers are our lifeline. Thanks to our volunteers who do so much to help those in need in our community We couldn’t do it without you!

Thank you to Nelson Soroptomists, Waimea Soroptomists and Nelson Lionesses who help at our regular meetings, and the many other volunteers who provide valuable support.

We are currently seeking a volunteer to help with funding procedures. Please email

We are always looking for drivers. For further details please contact Kaye on 544 4096 or thehalketts@xtra.co.nz

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your organisation is in need of a volunteer, you can complete the online registration form at volunteernelson.org.nz or pop into the office at 134 Bridge St to pick up a copy. A great thing about volunteering is that it is very versatile. It can be done on an ongoing basis, or simply for a one-off event. It is up to the volunteer as to how much time they want to contribute and can even be as little as one hour a week. Moreover, if costs are required, such as petrol or other expenses, these are often paid for by the organisation. This year, Volunteer Nelson will be celebrating its 20 year anniversary with a com-

Do you have connections with the sea? Have you ever served at sea? Do you rely on the goods that flow through Port Nelson? Can you spare one evening a month? If the answer to any of these questions is yes, please consider becoming a volunteer at The Mission to Seafarers. It is an ecumenical charity available to all seafarers of all nationalities and backgrounds. We provide much-needed means of communication for all seafarers during their short time in Nelson. This allows them to relax and contact their families back home. Interested? Please contact James nelson 027 5382 041 or visit our website www.mtsportnelson.com

SASH-Nelson Would like to THANK

ALL of the wonderful women who volunteer and give their time and dedication to SASH, supporting women, young women, and their families, who have experienced sexual abuse.

Connecting people with their community Volunteer Nelson offers:

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer at SASH-Nelson please call or email for more information.

• Volunteer referral services Matching people who want to volunteer with organisations who need volunteers • Support for volunteering Training, advice, events & promotion • Support for the community sector Weekly newsletters & networking opportunities

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Thank You A huge thanks to our many coaches, umpires, technical officials, selectors, managers and club officials. We couldn’t play this game without you!

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St John acknowledges the huge commitment of it’s 150 volunteers in Nelson/Tasman. These valued members give many hours of service to their communities as: > > > > > >

Ambulance Officers Area Committee Members Caring Callers Friends of the Emergency Department Health Shuttle Drivers Youth Leaders

The St John workload is continually increasing. If you are interested in volunteering phone 03 546 9445 visit www.stjohn.org.nz

Thank you to all our wonderful volunteers! We couldn’t do what we do without you. If you would like to volunteer to help the 530,000 New Zealanders who are living with arthritis, please phone 0800 663 463. We are especially looking for volunteers to assist with water based exercise classes. www.arthritis.org.nz


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munity celebration that will also recognise the areas volunteers. Hosted by the Trafalgar pavilion, the event will be your classic celebration with cake, some considerable giveaways, speakers and some musical entertainment. Nelson’s mayor will also be there to support the volun-

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and call their Nelson office on 546 7681 to get answers to any questions they may have.

YMCA in Nelson thanks all volunteers who add so much value to our programs! We are currently recruiting Youth Volunteers. The aim is to support youth in volunteering, to encourage personal ownership and leadership.

Volunteer and get:

+ Leadership, event and working with children training + Experience in running activities and events that youth want + A place to meet with other youth + A weekend day team building with cool outdoor adventure activities A camp for these new youth volunteers will be on 27-28 June 2014

Maurice Abrahams volunteers for Arthritis New Zealand, at 94 years of age. teers, so come to the event on Thursday 19 June from 5:30 and show your support for everything our area's volunteers do for the community. Volunteers are critical to the Nelson community and Na-

Neighbourhood Support Nelson

Neighbourhood Support Nelson would like to thank our street contact volunteers for the excellent job they do helping to keep Nelson’s neighbourhoods friendlier and safer Phone: 546 4902 Email: nsupport@xtra.co.nz

Jane Solly, Ingrid Brandsma, Jacqui Irwin and Katy Steele from Volunteer Nelson

Hearing Association Nelson Invites all Hearing Assn Members and associates of

John Harwood QSM To a celebratory morning tea 324 Trafalgar Square, 25th June 10-12

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Contact us today!

Ph: 545 6631 or youthassist@nelsonymca.org.nz

Would like to thank all of the Scouts Nelson leaders and committee members for all the work they have put into the zone in the past year.

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The Salvation Army Nelson Tasman Bays thanks all its volunteers. We currently have places for new volunteers in our Family Stores in Motueka, Richmond, Nelson, or in our Community Ministries in Nelson and Motueka. Please feel free to drop in for more information.

Volunteers - It’s how we do what we do.

Building Homes and Hope Building Homes and Hope in partnership with Building Homes and Hope in partnership with local families. in partnership with local families. Building Homes and Hope local families. in partnership with local families. Building Homes and Hope in partnership with nelson@habitat.org.nz 545 0050 | nelson@habitat.org.nz nelson@habitat.org.nz families. PO Box 1033, Nelson 7040 nelson@habitat.org.nz PO Box 1033,local Nelson 7040 PO Box 1033, Nelson 7040 PO Box 1033, Nelson 7040 nelson@habitat.org.nz PO Box 1033, Nelson 7040

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The Blind Foundation thanks all of our wonderful volunteers who support our clients, Guide Dog Services and fundraising activities. To become a volunteer please call

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NCG step into netball's top grade

The promotion / relegation game for the sixth position in Premier 1 was an absolute gem! Prices Pharmacy Black was fighting to retain their spot in the elite grade, while Nelson College for Girls were the challengers having won the first round in Premier 2. Nelson College had swept all before them, with an impressive record of averaging just over 60 goals for and conceding an average of about 35. Prices are a solid unit and have proved over the past five games that they are a worthy of a Premier spot, as they have matched it against the more experienced teams. There was an enthusiastic crowd, passionate supporters of both teams, as well as interested spectators at Prices wing defence Ariana Te Kawa-Wiremu takes the Saxton Stadium on Sunday. The ball under pressure from Nelson College for Girls player game showed from the first whistle it Alice Hazlett. Photo: Phillip Rollo. was to be a battle royale as each and

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Netball Reporter editorial@nelsonweekly.co.nz every player on court was prepared to put their body on the line to come up with the desired result. Prices were 3-1 up a couple of minutes into the game, however it was the college team who settled more quickly to go into the first break with a 10-8 advantage. All four shooters looked a little wary of putting up the shot against tight marking from their defensive opposites. Prices will be ruing their below-par conversion rate in the first quarter – converting only two from ten. The second quarter looked as if there was a little bit of doubt creeping into the blue team’s play, they looked as if they may be “freezing up” and were not letting the ball go with the same

confidence. Prices brought on their seasoned goal shoot Leigh Leigh Wiremu and she quickly formed a good understanding with goal attack Emma Riddell. They each had the perfect conversion rate in the second spell to take the quarter 11-10, however they were still one in arrears at the major break. The third quarter was Nelson’s most productive as they outscored Prices 12-10. While the lead changed several times throughout the game, Prices only managed to level once in the final stanza before going down to the wire in the 41-42 loss. So, it is now exciting times for Nelson College as they step up to the elite grade and it will be a re-gathering for Prices Black as they look to attempt to win the next round of Premier 2, so that they can challenge for the Premier spot once again.

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of time,” Ed says, on the club’s resurgence. “To get up to as many competitors as we have now, it’s really impressive. It’s a ‘what you put in you get out’ sport and it suits a lot of people in terms of fitness and rugby training.” Ed hopes all of the nine competitors heading to Christchurch this weekend for the South Island Championship will qualify for nationals, and he’s on the lookout for more potential weightlifters, with the goal of having 15 qualify for nationals this year. He says it doesn’t matter what gender or size the athletes are. For more information contact Ed on 027 570 7033.

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club struggled to gain more lifters during that period and decided to place its remaining equipment into storage. But Olympic weightlifting has hit a resurgence right across the country, and now club president Ed Keene is hoping to bring the sport back to its glory days in Nelson. With a core group of 11 lifters, the club has managed to unearth some new talent during the 12 months it has been operating, with Luke Smith and Jaydene Nepia both representing New Zealand at the recent Oceania Championship in New Caledonia. “I’m just ecstatic that it’s got to where it is in such a short space

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The Nelson Weightlifting Club will send nine competitors to the South Island Championship this weekend, as the sport rides a new wave of momentum. The Nelson Weightlifting Club began as a not-for-profit sports club in the late 1970s by Alistair Nalder and John Callaghan. Both men represented New Zealand at international events including the Commonwealth Games, with Alistair going on to compete at the Olympic Games. And while Nelson produced another international, with Lester Keene going on to represent New Zealand at the Commonwealth Games in 1990, the

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Club day is always a big occasion for any rugby team, but this weekend’s clash against Wanderers holds even more importance as Galbraith Nelson look to secure the fourth spot in the semifinals. THWAITES

Nelson are fourth on 21 points with just one game left, while Kahurangi are in fifth place on 16 points and have two games left to play. But having defaulted due to a long list of injuries on the week-

end just gone, Nelson will need a big turn around against the top team, who have not lost in the Car Company division one competition yet this season. However, club day will be the perfect setting to motivate the team, according to cocoach Kade Heke. “Definitely. We’ve been battling injuries and numbers and we’re hoping to put in a

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solid performance this Saturday, especially because it’s club day,” he says. “Wanderers have been the form team this season and they’re strong right across the board. It’s going to be an absolute battle.” Ajax Nelson will take on Wanderers in Apartments the Car Company division two at 1:15pm, before the division one game at 3pm. All of the club’s junior teams will

be playing at Neale Park in the morning from 9am and Kade says it’s a great chance for the senior players to get down to help out the youngsters of the club, before the JAB players can come back in the afternoon to support the seniors. There will be a function on at the clubrooms following the division one game, and club members are welcome to attend.

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Cup experience ‘special’ despite loss The New Zealand Under-20 rugby team have missed out on a place in the IRB Junior World Championship final, but halfback Mitchell Drummond says it has still been a special few weeks representing his country. The former Nelson College first XV captain started in three matches at the tournament, including Sunday night’s 32-25 semi-final loss to South Africa. Even though the Baby Blacks won’t be playing in the final, Mitchell was encouraged by the team’s performance, having been beaten in most facets of the game when New Zealand first played South Africa in pool play. On Sunday they found themselves in front for most of the game, only for the big South African team to claw their way back, scoring the killer blow in the 76th minute. “Every one of our guys gave it everything. We can all look ourselves in the mirror and know that. I thought we outplayed them but we just couldn’t finish it off at crucial times,” he says. “We learnt a lot from when we played them in pool play. We had a good

game plan and I thought we executed it quite well.” Mitchell, who was one of four Super Rugby players in the New Zealand team, relished his first opportunity to play for his country, and was happy with his own performances. “When I got my first jersey presented to me it was pretty emotional and pretty special. I’m just grateful to be starting and getting some good minutes.” New Zealand lost their captain Simon Hickey to an injury in their final pool game. He was replaced by Nelson fullback David Havili, who was an unused substitute in the semi-final and is a chance to make his New Zealand debut in the third-fourth playoff against Ireland. Mitchell says it was good to have his former school mate in the squad. “I was stoked when I heard he was coming up. It was awesome for him to be named in the team and I hope he gets a crack against Ireland on Friday.” The third-fourth playoff will be played at Eden Park before the final.

Nelson’s Mitchell Drummond of New Zealand dives for a try, during the 2014 Junior World Championships match between New Zealand and Samoa at QBE Stadium. Photo: Anthony Au-Yeung/Getty Images.

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Trade aid NelsoN presents ‘Tales from Tibet’ the enchanting story of Tibetan carpets. Exhibition and sale at Refinery Artspace, 3 Halifax St, 17-29 June . Your chance to view and buy these unique, exquisite hand knotted wool carpets woven by Tibetan refugees. Guaranteed free of exploitation. More info 548-1563. sToke seNiors: Weds June 18: HOUSIE $5 a card 1.30pm; Thurs June 19: The lively ladies from Uke'n' Duet will perform with their fun & originality at 1.30pm $3 entry; Tues June 24: Speaker Anne Grassham will talk about "Woolcraft" at 1.30pm; Weds June 25: The Dominoes singing group entertain at 1.30pm. $3 admission. Most weekly concerts/events start @ 1.30pm with admission charge of $3 (unless otherwise stated). This includes Entertainment & Afternoon Tea in the Stoke Seniors Hall, 548 Main Rd, Stoke. Ph: 547-2660, email: stokeseniors@xtra.co.nz HeriTage NelsoN (Nelson Heritage Advisory Group) Forum 5.30pm, Wed 18 June at NCC Chamber. Free, all welcome. Sarah 546 9187 liviNg BeyoNd THe sHadow of disease with Author of Curing the Incurable, Free workshop 19 June, 12pm Nelson "What if it were actually possible to change any disease?" 0210348808 www. liamphillips.accessconsciousness.com lookiNg To voluNTeer? Want to find out more? Come along to our Volunteer Speed Matching event, 19 June, 5:30-7:30pm! RSVP: admin@volunteernelson.org.nz . We'll have a range of community-based organisations at the event keen to meet you - you might even find your perfect match. See you there! MediTaTioN Classes: All Welcome, June 20-21. Discover simple methods that will help you keep a calm & flexible mind throughout your day. Details: MeditateInNelson.org. sToke iNdoor BowliNg CluB: All ex-members are invited to join us to celebrate the club's 60th anniversary, Sat 21 June for afternoon tea or to play in the 2-4-2 Pairs Tournament starting at 1pm. Contact K. Forsyth 5477 485 to confirm attendance. free BegiNNers argeNTiNe TaNgo Class, 21 June, Bar Berlin, 8 Church St, 6-7pm followed by social dancing. Come meet the local tango dancers. Call 027 238 0568. Come give tango a go! ToP of THe souTH Morris MiNor Car CluB: Sun 22 June, 1.30pm Founders Park, Windmill entrance. Come to look and afternoon tea at the Café. Contact Julie Ph0354-73316 “oN suCH a wiNTer’s day” with the Nelson Male Voice Choir. Sun 22 June, 2pm Old St John’s, Hardy St. Adults $20; Under 18 $5, Under 10 Free. Guest Artists “ Schola Musica”. Tickets available; Nelson School of Music, Rainey House; Summit Real Estate Stoke: Richmond Mall. Messy CHurCH: Theme "Out of this World" Sun afternoon 22 June, 4-6pm. Holy Trinity Hall, Dorset St. Richmond. Fun, food, fellowship for all ages. Bring food to share. All welcome. Jude 5448254. CroQueT oPeN days 22 & 24 June 12:30-3:30pm at Club in reserve opposite ANZAC Park. Come try a fun sport for men & women of any age. Equipment & instruction provided. All welcome. Info 539-1108. NelsoN TraMPiNg CluB invites you 22/6 Booths cottage, Med, $22, Kate 5447764. 29/6 Hoary head, Fit, $18, Andrea 5393758. Full details and more www. nelsontrampingclub.org.nz

NelsoN MusiCal THeaTre Special general meeting to discuss the windup of the theatre trust: 7.30pm Mon 23 June, the Green Room, 95 Atawhai Drive. PerMaCulTure wiNTer Hui: Riverside Hall, 27-29 June. $40 for weekend. Permaculture Development - Community Evolution. Open space/pot luck. Bring concepts, tools, skills, stories, experience, thoughts and design solutions. Children's space. Obligitory seed swap. Email stef.mccarrion@yahoo.de for info. free a/Hrs NursiNg CliNiC: Tues 5.30–7.30pm. Checks, assessments, info, blood pressure, minor illness, to access other services. 24 June, 8 & 22 July, Victory Com Centre or 1, 15 & 29 July at Franklyn Village. Ph 546 8385 HeNley kiNdergarTeN Quiz NigHT. Raising funds for a new shade cloth over our sandpit & new outdoor equipment. Fri 27 June, 7.30pm at 19th Nelson Golf Club, Bolt Rd, Tahuna. Tickets $10per person, Teams up to 8 people. Call 544 6908 to purchase tickets. iTaliaN for BegiNNers: A fun & practical ten week course in the basics of Italian pronunciation & communication - with a dash of culture & music. Weds 7-8pm, Club Italia, 9 Trafalgar St. Next session begins 9 July. Bookings required. For enrolments or more info please phone Joe Rifici 545-6046. PleiN air PaiNTers of NelsoN. Landscape art exhibition, the Suter until June 22. regular eveNTs MiNdfulNess luNCHTiMe Classes at NMIT. Anxious, depressed, stressed? Take a little time out for yourself. Great for body, brain and spirit - stretches, relaxation, mindfulness. Thurs 12.1012.50pm (term times) 3rd floor Tourism Building (T305). Gold Coin. Come as you are – no special clothes needed. Questions? Text Georgie 0274 407-317. Trafalgar BadMiNToN CluB plays in the Nelson College for Girls gym on Rutherford Street, Mon nights. Juniors (under 19) from 6pm to 7.30, Seniors from 7.30 to 9pm. Call Martin 5489710 for information. PresCHoolers & PareNTs welcome to CHILL-baby boogie followed by time out for parents (child care provided). Morning tea & chat time for parents with regular guest speakers. Newcomers welcome. Mons 9.45am St Stephens Church 65 Tahunanui Dr (opp McD's). viCTory PlayCeNTre: 255 Vanguard St, Ph 546 7100 - We offer involvement in your child's learning, freindship, time for yourself, fun, free parent education and more. Come in & see what we can offer. Mon - Fri 9.30 - 12. PlaygrouP@fouNders. Thurs From 9am Rudolf Steiner based with qualified co-ordinator. Bring fruit. Jaycee Room. All Welcome Info Contact Sandra 9276248 NN or 0273554415. nelsonwaldorfplaygroup@gmail.com sPeed skaTiNg: Interested in having a go, come along Mon 6:30pm for an hour of speed. Bring bike helmet. Tahunanui Skating rink near back beach. Ph 538 0013. eNglisH CoNversaTioN grouP for ESL speakers, Weds 4.306pm, Trinity Church (at the back right hand door), 64 Nile St, next to Nelson Central School. Students, locals & visitors welcome for informal conversation, & a cup of tea, coffee. Rachael 021 0268 6970. CreMaTioN/fuNerals: Let's re-

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Formerly Continental Tailor

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Ph: 027 244 8870 A/h: 547 1389

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ph 5468680

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Heatpump Servicing

Cleaning • Pre/end of tenancy • One offs • Spring • Commercial • Ovens (from $50) • Gardens and lawns • Carpet cleaning

Call Brenda 027 842 1780

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Call Caleb 022 122 5013 Email

0800 448 446 Steve Fletcher

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Any further lessons just $50 per hr. For a limited time

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