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firstname.lastname@example.org 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. 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.” 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.” wheelchairs mobility scooters walkers/canes electric bed/hoists lift assist chairs bathroom solutions incontinence products daily living aids/products
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Richmond drivers are seeing red as a result of a computer glitch that is disrupting the timing of the traffic lights on Gladstone Rd and the Richmond Deviation. Tasman District Council transportation engineer Gary Clark says that the New Zealand Transport Agency changed the software controlling the lights and it is creating longer waits for many drivers. He says the main problem is that lights are changing too quickly frustrating drivers turning from Queen St and Oxford St onto Gladstone Rd. “The lights have got out of sequence and they need to be tweaked,” Gary says. “I think NZTA had a purge of the computer systems and it changed the timing so I’ve asked them to have a look at it.” NZTA’s Mark Owens confirmed on Monday that there has been a problem with the lights caused by new software they installed to modify the
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The search for the region’s top eateries, bars, chefs and bar staff is on. Nominations for the 2013/14 Nelson Hospitality Awards open next week and organisers say excitement is building in the industry. The awards are held every two years and have various judging methods, including competition for junior chefs, expert judging for the head chef award and a public vote for the top restaurant and bar award, via voting forms printed in Nelson Weekly, Waimea Weekly and Motueka Golden Bay Guardian.
The awards are the pinnacle for the industry and are organised by Hospitality New Zealand. Organiser Jeanette Swift says the awards will be a great way for members of the public to have their say about the region’s best. “We’re really excited and speaking with people in the industry we know it will be incredibly popular. It’s a great event and really important for our industry.” The first nomination form will be printed in Waimea Weekly next week and nominations will close on July 11.
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Broods return for one-off gig They’ve sold out shows across the United States and toured with Ellie Goulding, and now Broods are returning to Nelson for a one-off performance this Saturday. Broods is made up of brother/sister duo Caleb and Georgia Nott, who both attended Garin College. Last year, Broods signed international record deals with Capitol in the US and Polydor in the UK, and their debut single Bridges has already surpassed one million plays on their SoundCloud page. The 500 tickets for the Broods concert were quick to be snapped up, selling out in just a matter of days. Nathan Telford, the event manager for Nelson Underage, who is promoting the show in collaboration with Smokefreerockquest and Nelson City Council, says it will be a very special occasion. “To bring back an international act of this calibre is really a once in a lifetime experience,” he says. “The response from young people all over Nelson has been ecstatic.”
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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
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bring the festival back for good. “We definitely have it scheduled for next year and the theme will be the same. It’s a local event but we aren’t looking to make it bigger, we are looking to make it better,” says Richmond Rotary’s Kevin Gear. This year’s funds were given out to the beneficiaries at a special evening, with $10,000 going to Nelson Marlborough Helicopter Rescue, $2500 to Wanderer’s 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. With such positive feedback given from both stallholders and the public, next year’s Brightwater Wine and Food Festival promises to be better than ever and to once again provide the community with significant funds. With improvements to the venue underway and an emphasis on offering the best local produce, make sure you note down Sunday 15 February on next year’s calendar as a day not to be missed.
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Direct entry to Queen St ‘essential’ A town gateway with direct entry into Queen St from Gladstone Rd and the Richmond Deviation is essential for the future of the Richmond town centre, according to a draft report commissioned by the Tasman District Council. The report was compiled by council staff after consultation with retailers, landowners and urban designers and outlines a 20 year vision for the future of Richmond’s town centre. It describes eight initiatives that are key to the town’s future and changing the “convoluted and relatively illegible” entrance into Richmond was at the top of the list. The council held a workshop on the report last week and one of the retailer’s representatives, Phil Taylor, agrees the entranceway to Richmond is “a real shortcoming” for the town. Phil, who is also the chairman of Nelson Tasman Tourism, says visitors are by-passing Richmond because “there is no welcoming front door to the
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town” and that’s costing retailers money. “On average, visitors to the Tasman district spend $500,000 a day and 70 per cent of that is on retail, food and beverages. Those visitors are the lifeblood of places like Motueka but they are largely driving right past Richmond because there’s nothing to say come in and visit our town.” The report says improving access into Richmond will allow the low-speed car traffic to easily enter and leave Queen St as support for retailers, and create a flow of people past shop-fronts that is necessary for commercial success. It states that the convoluted access provides a poor first impression for visitors and isolates Queen St. Council transportation engineer Gary Clark says they are looking at a number of options for improving the entranceway to Richmond, which “is critical as far as the Tasman District Council is concerned”. However, Gary says they will have to design the new entranceway in conjunction with the New Zealand Transport Agency and Nelson City Council because it will have to fit into the wider traffic network. Suppress Weeds One option is to incorporate a new entranceway into a large Retain Moisture roundabout sited at the car sales Sleepers - Compost - Bark - Topsoil yards at the intersection of Queen Crushed Shell - Landscape Rocks - Sand St and the Richmond Deviation. Fertiliser & much, much more! It could also be incorporated into the proposed Hope By-Pass that is designed to link McGlashen Ave 59 Saxton Road, Stoke
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A concept plan of Queen St compiled by a working group looking into the configuration and layout of Richmond as a town centre. with Three Brothers Corner. last week’s workshop and they were “comGary says council will be submitting a mitted to being involved in this consultabusiness plan for the entranceway to tion process, and will engage businesses NZTA so that it can be incorporated into and landlords for their input”. He says improving the town’s entranceway the next funding round for 2015-2018. Phil says the redevelopment of Queen St was one of the keys to the town’s future and will also be essential for Richmond’s future they had already committed $40,000 to a and he is pleased that initiative has been project to install gateway signs for Richhighlighted in the plan. He says retailers mond. Brent says the plans for upgrading “have been patiently waiting for the up- Queen St’s stormwater system as part of the grade for many years” and they will be re- street’s redevelopment were also imporlieved when Queen St finally gets a badly tant for their members because Richmond needed makeover and its flooding prob- couldn’t afford a repeat of the flooding that devastated businesses in April last year. It lems are resolved. The report suggests that traffic lanes, foot- would also be a chance to “reconfigure the paths and street shop frontages on Queen town’s centre under a cohesive vision” and St need to be redesigned so that footpaths improve traffic flow, pedestrian access and are 4.5 metres wide and there is a 2.5 metre parking. wide zone for trees and parking. It says in- The report also says the town’s heritage tensive tree planting should be considered buildings need to be celebrated as “few of for streets and other open spaces including the existing buildings have a notable character”, with the exception of some characcar parks. Richmond Unlimited chairman Brent ter buildings along Cambridge St and new Cheyne says he “felt really positive about” commercial developments on Queen St.
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MP: Difficult roads stunting growth Nelson will lose a clear urban centre if the region’s roads aren’t sorted out, says Nelson MP Nick Smith. Speaking about the cycling and walkway options for Rocks Rd delivered to Nelson City Council, Nick says the council has been sending “mixed signals” to the government. He says the council needs to drop all plans for the waterfront until a southern arterial highway, through Victory, is built. “What we’ve seen over the past decade, with the combination of difficult transport links and issues like parking, is that more and more of the retail spend is occurring in Richmond. We have a little
bit of a parochial interest that we need to rise above, in that while that might suit Richmond, I don’t want to see Nelson develop long-term like Hastings and Napier, where you’ve lost a clear urban centre for the region.” Nick says the three options for a walking cycleway presented to the Nelson City Council should be scrapped and the council should instead focus its energy on lobbying central government to reopen talks around building the long talked-about southern arterial route. “The idea of converting Rocks Rd into a boulevard with a proper cycleway and walkway is hugely exciting and will
transform Nelson’s iconic waterfront. However, this vision is only realistic from a financial, safety and design perspective if the existing State Highway is relocated to the southern link route,’’ he says. But councillor Eric Davy, the chair of the works and infrastructure committee, ruled that out, recommending that two of the options go out for public consultation next month. 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.
Fernanda Moñuz models a dress made from recycled material by Dasuni Siyaguna, Amy Nicholson and Michelle Gauler, during Mahi Toi. Photo: Phillip Rollo.
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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. “Everyone was on task and it was a good time, everyone had good fun and that’s what it’s all about.” She says this year’s event was fantastic and it concludes with a performance on June 26 and 27 at the Hope Community Church, highlighting the “best of the best”.
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Quiz night postponed as more prizes 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 it a “special night”. The six children of Mike Corkill have been helping organise the quiz 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
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Nelson artist Marilyn Andrews with the art she’s donating for “World Championship Quiz Night”. Photo: Jessie Johnston. 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
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Nelson City Council will see if they can get some “flexibility” from Cricket World Cup organisers to allow local athletes to use the athletics track during its duration. Cricket World Cup has 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 un-
able to use the athletics track during 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 it was made public 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.
And a compromise could be on the cards, with Nelson City Council saying they will explore the possibility of some “flexibility” with Cricket World Cup organisers. “We understand there may have been some communications problems within the Athletics Trust. They have recently expressed concerns to the mayor and deputy mayor,” a council spokesperson says. “There may be some flexibility and we will continue to look for an option that works for all parties.”
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SWIMMING IN CASH: Wakefield School principal Peter Verstappen and students Nathan Davies, Sophia Radcliffe, Brooklyn Keane, Xavier Gibbs and Mardena Lam were pleased to receive $5000 thanks to Sealord’s Swim for Life competition. The $5000 will be used to greatly subsidize swimming lessons at the school over summer. The Sealord Swim for Life competition ran in New World Supermarkets across New Zealand, and each time someone bought a Sealord product and used their Flybuys card, they were entered. Three recipients won $5000 for themselves and were able to nominate a school that would receive $5000 as well. Photo: Phillip Rollo.
Victim Support acknowledge dedicated volunteers Like many organisations across New Zealand, that work recognised when I attended the New Victim Support will be celebrating National Zealander of the Year event in Auckland in FebVolunteer Week and recognising the invaluable ruary. Victim Support won Community of the contribution made by Year, sponsored by Mivolunteers in Aotearoa. tre 10, in recognition This year the week will of our local service debe held 15 - 21 June livery–ordinary Kiwis 2014, with the theme doing an extraordinary being Nakuterouroujob. nau te rouroukaoraai te Victim Support in Neltangata. Translated that son is co-ordinated by means, With your conDonna Smith and a tribution and my conteam of dedicated voltribution the people will unteers. Their services live. The whakataukī to people in the com(Maori proverb) refers munity are given 24/7 to co-operation and and they support those the combination of rethat have become vicsources to get ahead. It tims as a result of crime suggests that if we pool or trauma. They supour ideas, with equal Services Co-ordinator Donna Smith with port families from the respect for all parties, Victim Support volunteer Erin. initial incident all the we will get a better outcome and everyone will way through the trial and sentencing and then benefit. Victim Support CEO Kevin Tso says again to offer help with parole hearings. As a volVolunteering provides the energy for people to unteer you are trained to provide support for all strive for goals and build stronger communities victims but we also have four specialised areas, for future generations. “To each and every one of homicide, bereavement (completed suicide) and our more than 900 Victim Support volunteers, sexual and family violence and extra training is thank you for your wonderful contribution. required for those areas. It takes a lot of time and The work of Victim Support in New Zealand commitment to perform the job but as their volcommunities is built on its dedicated staff and unteer Erin says, “I can’t imagine not doing it.” volunteers, so it was with great pride that I saw Business Update. Adv.
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Just a thought... By Ross Ferguson, Richmond Community Church. ‘Laughter: The Best Medicine’ has been a popular column in Reader’s Digest for many years, but to go back several thousand years, God had it written down for us as a key prescription for helping us live healthy and whole lives. Proverbs 17: 22 says; “A cheerful heart is a good medicine, but a downcast spirit dries up the bones.” This is now well understood and explained by modern medicine and physiology and studies show that people who laugh more are healthier, sleep better, live longer, have better relationships and make better decisions. Today more people than ever are looking for natural health remedies that are effective and inexpensive and yet they have overlooked one of the best medicines available that is safe and has no side effects! What are some of the benefits of laughter? There are many proven benefits including improving cardiac health and reducing blood pressure, lowering stress hormone levels, as well as strengthening the immune system by boosting the body’s T-cells and easing chronic pain by releasing endorphins that are the body’s natural pain killers.
In fact, many hospitals and clinics now employ and train staff to improve the recovery and well-being of patients suffering mental, emotional and physical illnesses. Research shows that cheerful staff and carers have been proven to improve patient outcomes dramatically. Countless people in our communities are weighed down by health problems, disappointments, negativity, anxiety and fears. They have lost the joy of living and forgotten how to laugh, to have fun, yet there is a remedy available if we care to tap into it. God has given us everything we need to help us live healthy and whole and happy lives. Paul wrote in Philippians 4: 13 “I’ve found the recipe for being happy whether full or hungry, hands full or hands empty. Whatever I have, wherever I am, I can make it through anything in the One who makes me who I am.” Don’t get so caught up in the pressures and demands of life. Have fun. Laugh. Make it a priority. Lighten up! Every time you laugh you get, stronger, healthier, younger! Just one other thing. One of the benefits of a good regular ‘belly laugh’ is that it can help you tone your abs.
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Having a par ty/event/func tion? Call our photographer 544 9037 or 027 532 6461 Marilyn and Pat O’Connor with the Nelson Tigers at HQ on Saturday night.
Christine Ewers, Briony Brookman, Stacey Gray and Kelly Hewitt at HQ.
This week we have photos from Samara and Emanuel’s wedding at Stoneridge Cafe, the Nelson Tigers drinks at HQ in Brightwater, Marist club day at Trafalgar Park and we also had a photo sent in from Lee Corlett’s 60th birthday party at Pinegrove Kindergarten. Do you have a party or an event coming up? Contact our photographer on 544 9037.
Becky Pannell, Karen Burton and Pippa Cornish at the wedding at Stoneridge Cafe on Saturday.
Barbara and Ian Stuart and Graeme and Susan Howarth at the wedding at Stoneridge Cafe on Saturday.
Tony Phyn, Richard Ross, Jan Aberhart, and Lloyd Heslop at the Nelson Tigers drinks at HQ.
Jade Nukunuku, Maikara McCoy and Joni Nukunuku on Saturday.
Life members Brian and Ngaere Thornalley at the Marist club day on Saturday evening.
Tracey Colligan, Monique Fisher, Jordy Allsopp and Nick Penson on Friday.
Jo Gibellini, Lee Corlett, Karen Walsh and Chantelle Gibson celebrate Lee’s 60th birthday party at Pinegrove Kindergarten.
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Mike Dufeu, Steve Petrie and Syd Hanna at the Marist club day on Saturday evening.
Elijah Burton and Emanuel Shuerenkamp at Samara and Emanuel’s wedding.
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Sabotage on mountain bike track: This person is sick! Needs help! It would seem to me that he (she) has more issues with mountain bikers than some debris over the walking track. How about not being so uselessly lazy and shift the stuff which is not too large to handle, to allow access. (If they can put barriers on the track, then they can also remove it.) Any other person would remove debris, as I would, being a walker, (no joke intended) and then contact the mountain bikers group or TDC and advise them of the problem. If the notes left were hand written, publish them, maybe the hand writing will be recognisable by someone. This person should be banned from these tracks. Has no one seen anything in either places? Please come forward if you have. Geoff Walker. I ride that track with my sons and we’ve had to take evasive action a couple of times. I’d hate to think what would happen if someone got seriously hurt. (Via text). Lions donate to Mike Corkill: WOW this is good news. All the best and good luck. Jae Walter.
Queen St clock back up: It’s about time! Joshua Rollo.
Great to have the clock back. I missed looking at the temperature every day. (Via text). 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. Man attacked on Rutherford St: 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
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Shame on them for attacking this man... shame on them for attacking anyone, fullstop. Get a job, get a life, respect people. Ruth Rodley.
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There really is a seedy undercurrent in this town that no one wants to acknowledge. If it wasn’t a random attack then there may be some nefarious reason why it happened in the first place that none of us know about. Maybe when punishments fit crimes, and thugs are dealt with accordingly, things will improve. Currently the law is far, far too soft with these scum sacks. Janelle Thorpe.
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Things are not as they were and it is no longer safe to go out at night. Too many undesirables coming in. Brenda Kenny.
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“campaign” about street violence in late Sept/Oct, just in time to get everyone behaving for summer again. Dez Tinee.
Soooo glad its back!! Kimberly Martin.
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CLUB WAIMEA NEWS Ph: 543 9179
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Club Waimea celebrates another top year Club Waimea has enjoyed another successful year despite a challenging economic environment thanks to some prudent management, good support from their staff and the vision of their founding members. The Lower Queen St club held their annual general meeting on May 25 and manager John Hewison says they ended 20132014 in a good position. John says Club Waimea’s membership remained steady at 1275 and they managed to balance the books despite experiencing “a tougher year than last year with people having less disposable income”. However, John says the club’s executive, directors and staff have all had to work hard to get through the year. “We have had very prudent management by the board and executive and that has been supported by a very loyal staff and membership. We are very fortunate to have staff who are passionate about the club and prepared to do anything to keep it running smoothly.” John says the club’s ability to “think outside the square” and make maximum use of their facilities is also one of the keys to
Club Waimea manager, John Hewison, with two of his staff Denise Harris, left, and Jean McKenzie at the club’s Lower Queen Steet headquarters. Photo: Simon Bloomberg. their survival. Club Waimea has formed partnerships with a number of other clubs and organisations who use the facilities creating a win-win situation. “We can’t remain the exclusive domain of our members because we need to capitalise on every available opportunity to use our facilities. Our amenities are open
to the public but they need to come and talk to us first. “For example, last weekend we had the karters come in here. They had a race meeting in Nelson and we ended up with 150 extra people coming into the club.” John says the club has also been fortunate to have a good relationship with their suppliers who
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have an excellent understanding of the club’s requirements. “We are lucky with all our suppliers like Waimea Estates, Bays Breweries, Westmeat and NBS. I remember when we were planning our refurbishment and NBS came to the party when no other bank wanted to know us.” But John concedes good manage-
ment and hard work would not have been enough to secure the future of the club without the vision of its original members who purchased the land in 1970 and opened the caravan park in 1979. “We owe a lot to the original members. Their vision is reaping rewards now and has set the club up for the future.”
Members Draw On 22 May member No.724 was not here and the $1,500 prize was not won and member No.1175 was not here and the $500 prize was not won. On 29 May member No.235 was not here and the $1,500 was not won and member No.495 was not here and the $600 prize was not won. On 5 June member No.284 was
not here and the $1,500 was not won and member No.792 was not here and the $700 was not won. On 12 June member No.1306 and the $1,500 prize was not won and member No.1217 was not here and the $800 prize was also not won. On 9 June there will be a $1,500 and $900 draw, will you be the lucky member?
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Dress up night in July Every two months or so the club has a themed dress up night with prizes to be won. The most recent one held in May was based on an English theme and on the menu Barnicoat Bistro had pea, pie and pud, plus fish and chips done up in newspaper. On the occasion Club
Waimea was also lucky enough to be visited by our own “Vicar of Dibly” left. On 19 July, to the music of Tim Pannell, you can come along to Club Waimea dressed up from “Old Wild West.” The menu will be Flintstone steaks and beef spare ribs.
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Club Waimea`s Board Chairman David Jordan presenting Karen Beloe with a $1,000 cheque for entering the TAB Clubs NZ barrel draw on Saturday 7 June 2014. Once again it was only a $1.00 bet which went into the barrel and drawn out by the Board Chairman. Congratulations Karen for taking part in another of the competitions that are available when you attend Club Waimea.
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Not inspired to cook tonight? Then don’t just settle for beans on toast. Sunday nights feature their brand new Carvery from 6pm. Averil– and Ross Hurley are delighted to have Chef John Willemsen in charge of the kitchen and the Carvery. Crossroads Family Restaurant can cater to your weekday or weekend evenings with delicious meals – tried and trusted roasts and new additions for their winter menu. Situated on the corner of the main state highway and Lightband Road at Brightwater, Crossroads Family Restaurant is the perfect place to go no matter where you live. Their prices are competi-
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tive with a focus on providing you and your family with delicious easily affordable meals. They are open for lunches and dinner seven days a week with a spacious restaurant area and a Bar so your time at Crossroads can be enjoyed, relaxing by the warmth of the fire. Crossroads Family Restaurant now offer you the chance to enjoy a mouth watering carvery buffet meal every Sunday night, with a combination of two meats, delicious roast potatoes, pumpkin, kumara, broccoli and cauliflower and don’t forget about dessert. Take the opportunity to have a drink from the bar; they have a large selection of drinks available including good coffee and a range of local wines. Owner Averil Hurley said “I like to have it nice, warm and cosy with a welcoming atmosphere. We offer a good hearty meal and are a typical country pub with great waitresses, so come and enjoy our restaurant.” If you are in a hurry make an order and takeaway a fish and chip dinner. Crossroads Family Restaurant also lends itself to events and conferences with plenty of seating available, a bar and full size commercial kitchen. Book a table at the Crossroad Family Restaurant to catch up with friends or have a night out with family. You’ll be impressed with the top quality food and service, so call Averil or any of the friendly staff on 542 3607.
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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
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
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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 firstname.lastname@example.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 email@example.com
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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
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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-
tional Volunteer Week is a chance to promote the need for volunteers, as well as provide recognition that is greatly deserved by volunteers in the Nelson community. If you feel you have the time and skills to contribute to the Nelson community then Volunteer Nelson would love to hear from you. The Volunteer Nelson website is available at volunteernelson.org.nz where you can register as a volunteer or register your organisation to acquire volunteers. Katy and the team at Volunteer Nelson also welcome the public to check out their Facebook page
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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: email@example.com
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
VOLUNTEERS MAKE THE Thank you to our Thank you DIFFERENCE! Thank you to to our our
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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.
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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
0800 24 33 33
or visit www.blindfoundation.org.nz
18 WEDNESDAY 18 June 2014
MS Ford 33,990
1/₃ 1/₃ 1/₃ @ 2.9% 2013 Ford Mondeo Hatch Ecoboost
2 to choose from, White and Lunar Sky. Just arrived with only 13000kms, so many features including Alloy wheels, adaptive cruise control, blind spot monitoring, cornering headlights, Driver Alert, heated driver and passenger seats, lane departing warning, LED lights, smart key, bodykit and sunroof.
2010 Kia Sportage
Bright Silver, 6 speed auto, reversing camera, 5 star safety, great kms, 17 inch alloy wheels, reversing sensors, towbar, down hill descent control. One local owner, fully serviced and garaged. Super popular come and see why.
This immaculate example NZ New SUV travelled just 47000km with on demand 4wd has many features including ABS brakes Eight airbags, Alloy wheels, cruise control parking sensors plus much more.
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Finished in Jet Black with limited edition Greg Murphy Alloys, 19000 kms, well appointd throughout including electric drivers seat, cruise control, active fuel management with VSC and ABS. Brighten each day by driving to work listening to the unmistakable V8 Thunder.
2014 Ford Focus Trend
63 per week*
1.5 Automatic 5dr Hatch finished in metallic red, this pocket rocket looks the business with sports body kit and unique alloy wheels, air bags, central locking , great value at just $10,990.
67 per week*
Manual hatchback finished in metallic grey, just 59,000 kms, features include alloy wheels, airbags, sports kit and tow bar, these are just some of the features this car has to offer.
2010 Toyota Yaris
This is Fords performance six cylinder turbo with six speed tiptronic auto travelled just 87000km, sitting on a set of 17 alloy wheels, complete with body kit, multi air bags, cruise control ABS brakes air conditioning, A nice example
1.6tr auto 5 door hatchback, Sirius Silver, just 20000kms, one local owner with full service history, 6 air bags and stability control
107 per week*
2012 Ford Focus Titanium Sedan NZ New
The World’s Best Selling car, travelled just 45000km, this highly speced car with features such as self-park, park pilot, Sat Nav, adaptive cruise control, traction control, abs brakes, multi airbags, dual zone climate air con and sunroof, makes this an absolute pleasure to drive.
59 per week*
2006 Mazda 3 Auto Sports Hatch
Moroccan red, one local owner fully serviced, alloys, full range of airbags and stability control, immobilizer, remote entry, a great example of a popular NZ car.
95 per week*
2013 Ford Focus Ambiente Wagon
Check this out latest model auto travelled just 17000km with Ford Sync Bluetooth, isofix child restraint mounts, a 1000kg braked towing capacity, plus a multitude of safety features including EBA EBD ABS and eight air bags, plus the remainder of the 3yr 100km new vehicle warranty.
MS Ford 157 Haven Road | Nelson | ph 03 548 9189 | msford.co.nz
63 per week*
2010 Kia Rio
63 per week*
1.3ltr auto 5 door hatchback, Sandy Brown, very low km’s, six airbags and stablilty control.
2006 Ford Falcon BA XR6 Turbo
75 per week*
4Ltr Auto, one owner Sold & Serviced by us from new, full option , Tow Bar, good kms , be quick won’t last at long.
75 per week*
47 per week*
2009 Suzuki SX4 GLX 2.0 5Dr (NZ New)
2004 Suzuki Swift 1.5 Auto
So g n i v i
2008 Ford Fairmont Ghia BF2
119 per week*
This is the very latest model. These cars are truely unbelievable in every aspect, from their driving dynamics to their high tech features which includes GPS Satelite Navagation, Voice activation and Bluetooth as well as a strong feel of safety you rarely find in a smaller size car, absolute brilliance at its best.
5Dr Hatch 1.5Ltr Auto NZ New very low kms, Bonnet Protector, Monsoons, Headlight Protectors
This good looking BF1 XR6 turbo sedan, has the six speed tiptronic auto, features include leather trim, ABS brakes, sports body kit, remote immobilser entry, 4 air bags, alloy wheels, cd player plus much more
This Eight Seater top of the line people mover is a lovely example of Kia’s intuitive technology at a very afforable price, features include full leather interior, sunroof, air conditioning , keyless entry, alloy wheels, as well as a full electric step to aid entry to the rear seating area. $
2005 Ford Falcon BF XR6 Turbo
2009 Kia Carnival V6 Auto (NZ New)
67 per week*
2009 Suzuki Swift GLX
63 per week*
NZ New, low kms at only 44750 with features like Six airbags traction control 17” alloys after market arial, cork Sport air Intake pod filter rear spoiler. A great looking small car.
This latest-model Ford Mondeo Titanium has travelled just 13,300kms from new. It has so many features for you to enjoy, including adaptive cruise control, blind spot montoring, cornering headlights, lane departing warning and a sunroof.
2009 Manual Mazda 2 Sport 1.5 Manual
2013 Ford Mondeo Titanium Hatch Ecoboost
2010 Holden SS 6.0 V8 Ute
1/₃ 1/₃ 1/₃ @ 2.9%
163 per week*
91 per week*
1/₃ 1/₃ 1/₃ @ 2.9%
2006 Honda CRV RVi Auto NZ New
1/₃ 1/₃ 1/₃ @ 2.9%
35 per week*
2005 Mazda Demio
Silver, auto, 1.5ltr, airbags, air conditioning, alloys and body kit. Very popular runabout and great value at $7990
This payment is based on 25% deposit and week Glenn
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Sales Manager - Used
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New stock needed Trade ins welcome 32,990
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Check this out, One owner Seven Seater travelled just 77000km, this is the top of the line model, with a serious list of features including stow and go seating, twin roof mounted DVD players, electric doors and tail gate, brilliant sound system, if you want to travel first class this is it $
2013 Ford Falcon XR6 Hi Spec
This lovely one owner example travelled just 13000kms, serviced and sold new by us, features include six speed tiptronic auto, Bluetooth connect multi air bags traction control, higher specification 18” factory alloys, reverse sensors plus much more.
115 per week*
Bright Silver, 1.6ltr auto, reversing camera, 3 year service plan, 6 airbags and stability control, great height off the ground and fun design.
2010 Hyundai Sonata
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.
219 per week*
2013 Ford Territory Titanium AWD Diesel
This seven seater full leather interior SUV, complete with 6 speed automatic transmission with Sequential Sports Shift. Travelled just 15000 kms. Functional and flexible, the smart Territory adapts to your lifestyle, offering you the dynamic driving experience you won’t forget. Features include sat nav DVD player reverse camera plus much more. $
203 per week*
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
63 per week*
2002 Nissan Navara Flatdeck Diesel
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.
107 per week*
2012 Ford Ranger XLT 4x4 Auto
Finished in Highlight Silver Sold and serviced by us from new. This Immaculate Ranger has only travelled 25000.00Km. A great example of NZ favourite 4+4 Ute.
027 278 1457
027 255 4665
021 154 8028
03 548 9189
2008 Ford Ranger 3.0TD XL Double Cab Manual 4wd finished in Artic white, 155,608kms,all important Hi/Lo 4wd, fitted colour coded canopy with the option of side opening windows, towbar & electrics, roof rack and factory alloys ,this is a great package complete with $700.00 of RUC credit on the screen , just $24,990
103 per week*
This Face lift model with the unique suicide door arrangement allows great access to the repair seating area. A feature most other models do not have, equipped with hi/lo ratio 4wd, a large and well-built flat deck, tow bar and side steps and air conditioning make for a very capable vehicle.
2004 Mazda Bounty 2.5 DT 4Wd Cab Plus
kly payments over 5 years. Finance company terms, conditions and lending criteria apply.
91 per week*
111 per week*
2005 Toyota hilux
One owner, only 1975 kms. When the best Ford engineering minds from around the world were given the responsibility of creating the best Ranger ever, their brief was simple. No compromise.
2007 Ford Ranger XL 2WD Double Cab.
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.
2013 Ford Ranger XLT 2WD Auto
103 per week*
183 per week*
2008 Toyota Hilux SR5 Xtra Cab Wellside 4X4
107 per week*
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.
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.
2013 Ford Territory Titanium AWD
2007 Ford Ranger XL 3.0DT Double Cab 2wd
3.0l intercooled turbo diesel, comes fitted with a Toyota canopy including a tuff deck heavy duty tow bar, Nudge Bar, Running Boards. Features include Hi/Low Ratio 4wd, Alloy wheels, Keyless entry, Central locking, a great reliable vehicle don’t miss out come and see us today.
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.
103 per week*
Auto, front and side and curtain airbags ,traction control and stability control, climate air condition, alloys wheels, usb and ipod connect, just 45000 kms and fully serviced by one careful local owner
2013 Ford Focus Sport Latest Model
2011 Hyundai i20 1.4 Auto
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.
71 per week*
Inspiring a sense of freedom and adventure, the All-New Kuga is powerful yet fuel efficient for the most rewarding drive. Incorporating an array of purposeful technologies, it keeps you connected and in control, taking any change in your plans or the road effortlessly in its stride.
2013 Ford Focus Titanium
67 per week*
1/₃ 1/₃ 1/₃ @ 2.9%
2013 Ford Kuga Titanium AWD
195 per week*
1/₃ 1/₃ 1/₃ @ 2.9%
2014 Kia Soul
1/₃ 1/₃ 1/₃ @ 2.9%
2009 Chrysler Grand Voyager V6 Ltd (NZ New)
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103 per week*
2007 Nissan Navara Ventura 4x4 double cab
5 speed manual extras included are sports bar, running boards, towbar, tuff deck, and tonneau cover. Looks great in black. Great buy.
20 WEDNESDAY 18 June 2014
MEN in BUSINESS For all your building renovations and alterations T Kitchens & Bathrooms T Decks
T Maintenance T Improvements
T Extensions T Insurance
DJC Building Ltd Darren Cox Ph: 021 1857 100 We put you first!
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Gorse - Brush - Crop - Pasture
Contact Barry Green Ph: 027 285 1010 Contact Barry Green AH: 541 8794 Ph:03 027 285 1010 AH: 03 541 8794 E:E:firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
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DJC Building Limited are Nelson’s first choice for renovations and construction services. Lead by Darren Cox, a Licensed Building Practitioner, with over 16 years of industry experience, they offer great rates, use a team of qualified trades people and will get your building project done on time and on budget. They offer their services to a number of projects including renovations, kitchens, bathrooms, decks, house extensions, repairs, insurance work and maintenance. DJC Building use the best quality materials and methods on every job to ensure their clients are Darren Cox completely satisfied with the end result and they will communicate with you through every step of the construction process. When you choose to work with DJC Building you can expect a prompt, reliable and affordable service that will exceed your expectations. Call Darren Cox on 0211 857100 today if you want your next building project finished on time and on budget. DJC Building - builders you can rely on. Barry Green provides farmers and growers with a vital service thanks to his years of experience in pasture and crop maintenance and the elimination of gorse from tracks and property through chemical spraying. With his 19 years on a sheep and beef farm,12 years market gardening and nearly four years keeping forestry tracks clear of gorse, Barry from BT Spraying can help you keep your paddocks and crops at peak production level. His services can be lent to renewing paddocks by killing weeds and preparing ground for a new crop. He can also maintain the area once Barry Green it is in use with a range of insecticides for grubs and aphids and fungicides for plant diseases. When you want to know what your ground needs Barry will discuss and apply the necessary products either from his own supply or with the chemicals provided by the land owner. Contact Barry at BT Spraying on 027 285 1010 or 03 541 8794 for all your spraying requirements. A wooden floor can be a beautiful element in your home, if it is cared for and maintained properly. Dave Coltman from Elite Flooring has been in the sanding business for nine years and knows how to give your floors the special treatment. Working alongside Dave is Julian Laws, and both are passionate about providing your home or office space with the best results. They sand and coat any type Dave Coltman and Julian Laws of wood from chipboard to tongue and groove, to leave your wooden floors looking great for years to come. Their competitively-priced services, high quality workmanship and honest and reliable attitudes towards any job make them the elite floorers of Nelson. To top it off, if you use this advert as a coupon when you deal with Elite flooring for the months of July and August, Dave will pay your GST. Call Dave on 027 429 6669 or 0800 455 141 for a free quote. Footie Signs and Designs can provide your business with everything it needs to advertise with maximum effect. Steve Foote and his team can design, manufacture and install many types of signs, from health and safety, schools, colleges and architectural signs to 3D signs, lightboxes, folded panel signs and so much more. Signage is an important part of a business and vehicles can be the source of great advertisement. Footie Signs and Designs can design and install vehicle graphics from very basic vinyl right up to full vehicle wraps, so Steve Foote ethat your business is always on display to a wide range of potential customers. Steve also specialises in durable and weather-proof flat panel signs, business cards and other stationary including leaflets, brochures and letterheads, and logos to really make your company or business stand out, vintage sign restoration and a range of other signage services. To contact Steve about revamping your current business image or creating a new brand from scratch, call him today on 03 542 4400 or visit the team at 10/38 Ellis St, Brightwater.
WEDNESDAY 18 June 2014
MEN in BUSINESS
John Everett of Nelson Automotive Solutions offers customers 30 years of industry experience and the combined knowledge held by the Automotive Solutions group. Their ability to network with participating workshops means customers are receiving the best information and service possible. With 45 workshops nationwide, the opportunity is always there to share knowledge about the products they use or problems with a vehicle, maintain low costs because John Everett of their buying power and share specialised equipment. Nelson Automotive Solutions are available for any mechanical/electrical repairs on your vehicle, servicing, wheel alignments, WOF and a variety of other services. They also offer free pick up and drop off and courtesy cars for your convenience while your vehicle is in the workshop. John and his team perform most services on private and light commercial vehicles, specialising in air conditioning servicing and repairs. With a reputation for quality workmanship, backed up by word of mouth recommendations, call Nelson Automotive Solutions for all your vehicle requirements. Rod Thomson is committed to providing his customers with a high level of workmanship through his knowledge and qualifications whenever he undertakes a job. He offers his customers a comprehensive range of services including building work from site excavation, footings, back filling, landscaping and driveway work. His dedication to satisfying customers means every job is completed to the highest standard and his 30 years experience allows him to perform jobs with extreme efficiency. When work is charged on an hourly basis, it’s important you are getting the most out of Rob Thomson your contractor within that time and Rod prides himself on fitting an impressive amount of work into an hour. Rod also provides customers with a full range of earthmoving services including land clearing, post boring and drains plus the option of hiring a digger or truck with operator. To contact Rod about the services he can offer your land area, call him on 026 450 2663 or visit his website at www. rtcontracting.co.nz for more information.
*Until end of June 2014
66 Main Road Hope Phone 543 9306
0800 791 791
Battery Service Centre
We also offer:
• Full mechanical repairs & servicing • WOF • Diagnostic service • Wheel alignments • Cam belt specialist • Petrol/diesel servicing & repairs • Drive through facilities for boats & caravans • Brake, tyres & battery’s • FREE pick up & drop off service (local area) • FREE courtesy car
Rod Thomson 027 450 2663
Russell Buschl has been fencing for over 10 years which means he has had a lot of experience with all aspects of fencing. Russell can help you with the fencing of residential and farm areas. For farm fencing they have a state of the art post driver which can be positioned at the side or rear of the tractor. The driver has a hydraulic sliding mast which can be slid down easily to operate under trees or power wires, making for quick and efficient fencing. Buschl fencing is a member of the Fencing Contractors Association which means they maintain a Russell Buschl high standard of workmanship in accordance with the association’s specifications. They are keen to provide their clients with the best advice to save money on the job without compromising quality. The team at Buschl Fencing are passionate about fencing with the motto “We fence to fence again.” Their aim is to maintain their solid client base by producing top quality services. To contact Russell Buschl at Buschl Fencing phone 021 354 230. Joe Silva is passionate about cars, with over 20 years experience in the industry to him they’re more than a metal box with wheels, they have their own characters and deserve to be looked after. Joe’s unique STEAM cleaning machine is not only environmentally friendly with no messy water runoff but will also ensure that the inside and outside your car, boat, bike or plane is left spotless with all those hard to reach nooks and crannies blasted clean. STEAM sanitises, disinfects and removes odours. Joe only uses top quality Autoglym products which ensure that your pride and joy looks shiny Joe Silva and is also protected from the elements. For more information on Joe’s awesome Mobile Valet Service, take a look at his website at www.carfanatics.co.nz or contact him on 022 677 1355.
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Birthday Sale Mon 23 - Sat 28 June
Richmond Stihl Shop is proud to be sharing their first anniversary year with the Nelson/Tasman region that has done so much to support them. Owners Grant and Jo Blanchet have a huge amount of thanks to give to their loyal customers as well as their own crew at the Stihl Shop and promise to make the next year all the more successful. The success and expansion of their company since they began has been a positive achievement for both their
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business and the wider community and the Richmond Stihl Shop can proudly say that they are one of the top performing Stihl shops in the country thanks to the solid and reliable Stihl brand. One of the local team’s biggest achievements in their first year was winning the Stihl Most Improved Dealer award, acknowledging their outstanding sales, service and workmanship. Richmond Stihl shop pride
Randolph Waller, Dave Robins, Trent Bott, Grant and Jo Blanchett, Wayne Bateman and Jeff Williams from Richmond Stihl Shop pictured with their award for Most Improved Dealer.
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CUS ON WAKEFIELD CUS ON WAKEFIELD Town & Country Vet Wakefield have extended their hours The clinic is still open Monday to Thursday 8.30am – 5pm, however there is now a vet available for consultations on Monday mornings 9am – 12, Tuesday afternoons 2 – 5pm and Thursday mornings 9am – 12. We are providing a larger amount of new stock, and are happy to have food brought here from Richmond to save our valued clients a trip.
In support with Vikki Pickering of You and Your Dog we will be present at the evening seminar of “How dogs learn” on 10 July and will be providing dessert and coffee, discounted training products and some fun spot prizes for the evening’s participants. We look forward to seeing you all there. If you have not bought a ticket yet please come into either Town & Country Vet Richmond or Wakefield to get them.
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A glorious day at Wakefield Bowling Club during the two-day tournament on Queen’s Birthday weekend.
Winter Bowls at Wakefield Bowling Club The winter bowling season has started at Wakefield Bowling Club. What a great activity and lovely setting on a sunny winter’s day. Winter membership allows play on the synthetic green at anytime, plus entry to Club Championships on Saturdays and Interclub on Monday afternoons. Casual players are welcome, paying green fees each time, and can use the green at will and attend Mini Tournaments on Wednesdays and Fridays (names in by 12.15pm.) Coaching is available in organised sessions on Wednesday mornings or by arrangement with club coaches. Full day tournaments are held on the first and third Sunday of each month, teams entered in advance. The first of these was held in May, sponsored by Wakefield Health Centre, and a
two day tournament was held on Queens Birthday weekend. The first winter tournament held on 18 June, sponsored by the Wakefield Health Centre, was won by the local team of Ron Charles, Peter Sisterson and Diane Holland. The Queen’s Birthday Weekend two-day Fours Tournament, with visiting teams from as far as Christchurch and Greymouth, was won by the Motueka team of Tony and Craig Fowler, Sheryl Riordan and Moana Cross. Events such as family celebrations or work functions can be arranged. Please feel free to call in. Phone 541 8556 or check our website http://www.sportsground.co.nz/wakefieldbowls Wakefield Bowling Club is still dismantling old TV aerials and collecting scrap metal, car batteries, etc. Phone Trevor at 541 8855.
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The brain testing chess tournament By Liam Berry (Year 6) On Monday, 26 May, at Wakefield School hall, some primary school students from the Nelson area came together to compete in a tournament that people say takes your brain to the very limits of thinking. They were all there for a game called chess. It was run by Bruce from Chess Power. Each person got to play 7 games, with 1 point for a win, half a point for a
draw and none for a loss. The three top players of the tournament were all Tasman home schoolers. The top player from Wakefield school was Gian Strasser. The tournament wasn’t just chess, chess and more chess. There were competitions you could enter, such as “Guess how many chess pieces in the jar” and “Who’s the quickest to set up a chess board.” Overall, everyone had a great day and everyone’s brains were exhausted by the time the tournament was over.
Young reporters by Sarah Ducray (Year 6) At Wakefield School we have a group of eleven awesome writers that find interesting topics around the school and community to write about, for our school blog and other publications. Recently, Waimea Weekly reporter, Phillip Rollo, came to visit this school reporters group to tell them about the job of a real reporter. They were all fascinated to hear about his job and the group was buzzing with excitement from the tips he gave them about being a better reporter, including how to interview, how to prepare for an interview and how to put good beginnings and endings to reports. One of the school reporters Paige commented, “I was so excited to meet a real live reporter” Thank you Phillip, for sharing your knowledge and experiences. You can read some of our reports on http://wakefieldschool.blogspot.co.nz
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Vikki Pickering (You and Your Dog) and the Wakefield Town and Country Vet are getting together to support the Second Chance organisation with a community seminar on July 10 at 6:30pm, where dog owners can take away from Vikki’s presentation a greater understanding of how their pets learn best. Tickets are only $10 and can be picked up from the Wakefield vet, with all proceeds going to Second Chance, an organisation that works to find Nelson pound dogs homes. They will also be there on the night to raise awareness for
their cause and promote the fact that these dogs are available for re-housing to new families. The Wakefield Town and Country Vet now have consulting hours on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday mornings, while the clinic is open Monday-Thursday 8:30am-5pm. They also have a wide variety of stock for the care of your pet and can order in products as you need them. Come and support the community evening and learn about why your dogs behaves as it does and how positive reinforcement can help you train them.
An exciting Friday the 13th By Emma Davies and Aria McNamara (Year 5) On Friday 13th June Wakefield School held its annual cross country. It was cold and muddy but the sun shone brightly. The juniors were first. “Honk!”... The race had begun! Nervous senior students warmed up, as the junior children ran down the finishing chute. Many parents were cheering and encouraging their exhausted children as they crossed the line. The most exciting, anticipated race was the last race of the day, the year 6 girls’ and boys’ races. The clear leader of the year six girls was Kerby Rogers, while Dion Taikato had to fight harder for the boys’ title. Now the top 8 winners from years four, five and six will compete against schools in the area next week.
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The Kaiteriteri Mountainbike Park will be a popular place this Sunday when riders from around the Nelson and Tasman regions converge on Bethany Camp for the Nelson Mountainbike Club’s annual SixHour Mid Winter Breakout. Last year, a record 547 riders completed a total of 2365 laps around a five kilometre circuit of the park during the individual and team’s six-hour race. Although numbers are down slightly this year, the event remains the most popular cycling event in the region and organiser Wayne Pool says that’s because it is a fun event that targets a wide range of riders. “We changed the course last year because we wanted an easier climb and to make it technically easier so that we could accommodate all riders,” Wayne says. “We wanted to promote the race as an event for all abilities - it’s not just for the speedsters.”
Wayne says the course is also more user-friendly than last year because the Kaiteriteri Mountainbike Park’s volunteers have been working hard to improve the surface of the track. Last year, parts of the course became muddy after heavy rain the day before the race and that put “some of the recreational riders off ”, he says. “It is a mid-winter event and there is some rain forecast so we have to expect some mud. But the guys from Kaiteriteri have done a great job weather-proofing the track so we’re hoping it will be in good condition.” Although the event is aimed primarily at recreational riders, the pace at the front end of the race is certain to be hot with some top class riders entered. Wayne says he is also pleased with the number of young riders entered this year with a large contingent from Nelson Prep competing. The race starts at 10am.
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$7,980 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.
$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.
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.
$5,980 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.
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.
$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.
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.
$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.
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.
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.
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, air conditioning, CD, 2 airbags, tinted glass, remote locking with an alarm, 18 inch alloys and a spoiler.
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.
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ToyoTa land Cruiser FlaTdeCk 4wd 2004 Well if its a rugged and versitile 4WD flatdeck ute thats on your shopping list then this is it. It’s powered by a grunty 4.2 diesel non turbo motor and is 5 speed manual. It’s got manual free wheeling hubs on the front as well as mud grip tyres which are all but new.
nissan X-Trail sT-l 2009 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 6 airbags, ABS brakes, CD, air conditioning, remote locking, towbar, factory alloys and roof rails.
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.
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.
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Young lock off to top academy Wanderers lock Sam Liebezeit will be getting some help from the best in the business during the next two weeks, after receiving a scholarship worth close to $6000 for the IRANZ academy in Palmerston North. The 18 year old former Waimea College student is in his first year of senior rugby, and thanks to the support of apparel partner BLK, he will be spending 12 days at IRANZ, before returning for the business end of the club rugby season. Peter Rakich, the managing director of BLK NZ, says Sam is the first recipient of the scholarship, which covers the cost of travel, the course fees and includes a pack of BLK travel gear and apparel. “Sam is an outstanding emerging player with a number of physical attributes which can’t be coached. Sam has demonstrated a willingness to listen and learn and that makes him an ideal candidate to apply the vast array of
Wanderers lock Sam Liebezeit has secured a scholarship to IRANZ in Palmerston North. Photo: Phillip Rollo.
knowledge and experience that the IRANZ courses will provide,” he says. The IRANZ Academy is the first truly international rugby academy and has a long list of high calibre coaches. Sam will participate in the elite players’ course, which is aimed at aspiring professional players aged 18 and over, and/or academy players who need high performance specialization. His mentor there will be former All Black Reuben Thorne, who is overseeing the locks and blindside flankers, while All Blacks Sevens captain DJ Forbes is looking after the rest of the loosies. Sam, who is 2.01m tall, is a current member of the Tasman Rugby Academy and had hoped to attend IRANZ in order to build on his current skill set. “It’s a good stepping stone. A lot of good players have gone through there. BLK put their hand up to put me their and I just hope it will help me get noticed,” he says.
Champs await promoted NCG Round 2 of Premier Grade netball gets underway on Thursday night, with defending champs Jacks OPD taking on newly promoted Nelson College for Girls at 6pm. No doubt the college girls will have a substantial following of proud parents after they beat Prices Black in a nail biting promotion/relegation game on Sunday morning, and the team will be out to prove they are worthy of a place in the top grade. While it could be considered a baptism of fire for the blue team, Jacks will be wary of their less experienced counterparts as they have been guilty of some pretty ordinary starts in the season to
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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 who both represented New Zealand at international events including the Commonwealth Games together. And while Nelson produced another international, with Lester Keene going on to represent New Zealand at the Commonwealth Games in 1990, the 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. 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 0275707033.
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Star & Garter Waimea Old Boys’ second five Joe Mika runs over his opposite during Saturday’s 51-14 win over Harlequins in the Bayleys Tasman Trophy. Waimea head over to Blenheim this Saturday to face bottom place Renwick. Photo: Barry Whitnall/Shuttersport.
Super Liquor Waimea Old Boys hooker Louis Lavekihelotu makes a break during Saturday’s 72-5 win over Rangers. Waimea will travel to Takaka this weekend for their next Car Company division two match. Photo: Chris Symes/Shuttersport.
Peter Samu has signed a one year contract with the Tasman Makos. Photo: Phillip Rollo.
Makos contract for WOB forward The saying that “actions speak louder than words” could easily apply to Waimea’s big ball-running blindside Peter Samu. His game is all about physicality, making storming runs through the middle of the park and big hits around the ruck, and he’s certainly caught the eye during his first season in Nelson. The 22 year old Melbourne-born loose forward arrived in the region with a one year Tasman Makos contract. He’s played club rugby for Randwick in Sydney, and played trial games for the Waratahs, but Peter’s Makos deal is the first professional contract of his career. “If I can get a few games then this will be the highest level I’ve played at,” Peter says. “I was play-
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ing up in Sydney and I thought I’d come over. My family thought it’d be a good opportunity.” In Australia, Peter had been on a free training deal with the Waratahs, where he’d practice with the Super Rugby team in the hope of picking up a contract. “I was just doing it for free. I was trying to get one of the wider training spots. I played a few trial games, including one in Auckland which was pretty good.” But that never materialized into a contract, and the player who is just as comfortable at the back of the scrum, is now eager to make a name for himself in Tasman.
Even though he had been living in Melbourne, England and Sydney, Peter is well aware of the Tasman Makos. His older brother Lualua Vailoaloa made six appearances at halfback for the Makos over two seasons. He will have plenty of competition in his position, with the entire loose forward trio picking up Super Rugby contracts this year, but Peter believes that is a good thing and he was looking forward to playing alongside Tevita Koloamatangi, Shane Christie and Liam Squire. “It excites me. It’ll be good to test myself against those guys playing at that level.” And while he’s only signed for one year, he hopes he can perform well enough to earn an extension and stick around long term.
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FRESH FOCUS Nadine Tunley speaking about “Apples & the Nelson Region”, Mon., 23 June, 1011am. Nelson Suburban Club, 168 Tahunanui Drive. Everyone welcome. Entry $2. ALLIANCE FRANCAISE Join us on Fri.s from 4 to 5.45 pm at La Gourmandise on Hardy Street for informal French conversation. All very welcome whatever your level of French.< af-nelsontasman.org.nz> 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 & design solutions. Children’s space. Obligitory seed swap. Email email@example.com for info. GETTING TO KNOW THE BIBLE BETTER - Seminar 5 - Bible Prophecy. Sun. 22nd June, 7.00pm Victory Community Centre. All Welcome - supper provided - 0800 252 757 Nelson Christadelphians. “Live well stay well” group meets at the Wakefield hall on Tues. June 24 at 9.45-11am for a Paverpol demo with Gwen Nicholson from “Bee Free creations”All welcome. This talk followed by a walk around the Wakefield area.11-12md. Any enquiries Ph: Margaret 5419693 or Yvonne 5422235 Grasshopper’s Week reading. Hear local author, Tania Norfolk read her delightful picture book & describe the writing process. Free. Mon. 23 June 11- 11.30am Children’s Area Richmond Library Volunteer Awareness Week is 15-21 June. Volunteers make the world go round and now is the perfect time to say thank you! Youth Board Art Exhibition is a Sk8board Art Exhibition, entry forms available from the Refinery Artspace 3 Halifax St Nelson & Richmond Mall info desk. Find us on facebook Board Art 2014 for details.
TOP OF THE SOUTH MORRIS MINOR CAR CLUB Sunday 22 June by 1.30pm Founders Park, Windmill entrance. Come to look & afternoon tea at the Café. Contact Julie Ph0354-73316 Tasman Talks Titles Book Group Do you enjoy reading & talking about books? Then our Tasman Talks Titles book group might be what you’re looking for. Join us on Wednesday 18th June, 3.00pm – 4.00pm at Richmond Library. Aqua aerobics for women. Non profit making women’s group. Mondays 3 to 4 at Ngawhatu pool. Qualified instructor all ages welcome $5.00. Any queries call either Lyn Neumann 5473263 or Sandy Harvey 5445993 COMMUNITY SING A LONG Wednesday 18 June 1.30 pm Wesley Centre 4 Wensley Rd Richmond (opp TDC). Cuppa. Gold coin donation for Nelson Hospital Chaplaincy. ALL WELCOME 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 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 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 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. 17 June. Tea & coffee served from 11.30am. Lunch at 12noon. All Welcome. Koha. Holy Trinity Church, 27 Dorset St Richmond. Ph 544 8844 SINGERS WANTED! Nelson Bays Harmony has vacancies for women to sing the low (bass) or high (tenor) part in our 4-part a cappella choir of 40 members. Rehearsals Thurs. 7pm in Richmond & visitors are welcome. Details see website www. nelsonharmony.org.nz or ph Jenny 547 4354. Speak with Confidence Learn with POWERtalk Waimea & become the leader you want to be at our
meetings in Annesbrook, 1st & 3rd Wed. at 7pm. Ph: Linda, 5447823, Yvonne 5446350 or 0800 481 482 www.powertalknelson1.wordpress.com. Tiny Tots, a free, fun, introduction to stories, songs, active movement & rhymes for preschoolers & their caregivers. Tuesdays 10am till 10.30am. Children’s Area, Richmond Library during term. Richmond Playcentre invites families with children birth to 6 years old. A fun & relaxed atmosphere. Come & enjoy 3 free visits at 46 Waverly St. Mon, Wed & Fri 9.30 -12pm or Ph 544 6316 Red Cross Refugee Services Would you like to make a difference & work in a team to support former refugees to resettle in Nelson? It’s fun & rewarding. Full training is provided. Next training course: 12–14 Sept. For more infor call Red Cross Refugee Services firstname.lastname@example.org. nz or 548-4978 Crafts, Caring & Sharing, Starts again each Mon. 9.30am until 12 noon. Bring your favourite craft. Bring a friend, come for a cuppa. Everyone welcome. Gold coin donation. For more info call Pauline. Ph: number: 5449174. Apple Mac User Group. Meet monthly at Constance Barnicoat Rm Tasman Library Richmond. Mac users, incl users of Apple devices welcome. Refer www.nbmug.org.nz for details or 5473408. Bookchat meet at Stoke Library, Cnr Neale Ave & Putaitai Street the 3rd Wed. 5pm each month. Come along & relax with a coffee, have a chat about books recently read or come along to hear what others have enjoyed & join the discussion. FREE to all. Anyone interested, or needing more info, call Librarian Alyson Baker 5460416 or Librarian Stoke Mary Menzies 5468100. Mum4Mum Breastfeeding support meets the last Wed. of every month 10am-11.30am at the Ecomoon Collective Building, 120 Bridge St, Nelson. All welcome. Ph Tara 0212772098 or email@example.com
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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)
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90 VANGUARD ST NELSON PH: 548 3954 027 548 3954
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543 9977 FREE PARKING
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Ph 544 4306
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off Echodale Place, Nayland Area, Stoke
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All mechanical repairs No job too big or small.
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100% locally owned and operated Customer feedback forms available for viewing
Certified Mac Technician www.mac111.co.nz Ph: 0275481618
12 Cargill Place, (off Beach Richmond 4A Gladstone Road,Road) Richmond
Ph: 544 1212
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Specialising in the restoration and staining of all decks.
For the best service in town call or visit
We do call outs and remote support too
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paint, oil & stain restoration
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For the ‘baa-ack’ yard ewe deserve Call Caleb 022 122 5013 Email
0800 448 446 Steve Fletcher
Specialising in small jobs and maintenance plumbing
0275 423 343 A/H: 542 3343
544 0203 Sundial Square Richmond Open 7 Days 11am - Late
PLUMBING & GAS
Honest Reliable Master Master Honest Reliable Plumbers and Gasfitters Plumbers and Gasfitters Since 1915 Since 1915
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Small Small • Leaking taps & pipes Jobs • KitchensJobs & Welcome bathrooms Welcome • Solar • Drainage Kevin Harris Kevin Harris
8090 544 8059 Ph: 543 Ph: 543 8090
Kerry & Sharlene Friend 7 Gladstone Road Richmond (behind Mobil)
Phone 03 544 2266
• Leaks • Repairs • Maintenance • ReRoofs • New Roofs
Driving Instructor Book three 1hr lessons during June for just
Any further lessons just $50 per hr. For a limited time
on site off site lawnmowing weedeating gardening
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Atawhai to Wakefield and everywhere in between
• 15 years experience • Great rates • Genuine parts
FREE Quotes Call Simon
545 1000 021 223 3135
Ph 022 307 3986 or 539 0953
• Keys • Locksmiths • Safes • Alarms • Access Control • CCTV 24HR FREEPHONE
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0800 506 111 Proudly supplying Orange Residential Homes roofing requirements for over 10 years
126 Tahunanui Dr, Nelson
• 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
Sue Henley 03 544 9599 or 021 136 7562
275A High St, Motueka
Experienced and qualified personal trainer
TASMAN BAY TILING
HARRIS TRAINING SERVICES LTD
Work Place First Aid Courses
Watch and Clock Repairs
Rise & shine
Registered Trainer, Assessor & EPA Test Certifier
June: July: Aug: Sept:
• Floor & Wall Tiling • Full Bathroom Renovations • Under Tile Heating Installation • Waterproofing • All work Fully Guaranteed • 30 Years Experience
Phone orders welcome
Feeling woolly when looking at your garden? Then it’s time to call
Phone 548 8590
4 Coach Pl, Brightwater
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
Phone 03 543 8243
• Renovations • Kitchens • Bathrooms
Your one-stop shop for - WOF - Engine Tuning - Brakes & Clutch - Wheel Alignment All mechanical services
• 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
and the life of your heatpump
Drainage & asman Construction T Ltd.
16 Halifax Street
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WEDNESDAY 18 June 2014
Paul Napier Certified Mapei Installer
021 548 390 Email: email@example.com
• 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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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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 email@example.com
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We are your one stop decorating shop Building trust one room at a time Up to
Hurry - Offers end 29 June 2014!
4 McGlashen Ave, Richmond Ph: 544 6613
40 Vanguard St, Nelson Ph: 548 7955
*Conditions apply. See instore for details.
Waimea Weekly 18-06-14