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Speeding up building consents The Tasman District Council is playing catch-up after resolving a problem with its new electronic building consent application process and is now looking at ways of making the process even faster. The council introduced an option for electronic applications in April to reduce the amount of paper work and streamline the process. However, Environment and Planning manager Dennis Bush-King says a problem with the new technology put the brakes on the system contributing to a big increase in processing times in June. Dennis says the technology issues were compounded by a staff shortage and a significant increase in consent applications. He says it was a “perfect storm in June” that resulted in a record low of 64 per cent of applications being completed within the statutory time frame of 20 working days. However, Dennis says the problem with the new technology has been resolved and pro-

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cessing times sped up in July when 72 per cent of applications were completed on time. He expects that to improve to the “high 80s” this month and 90 per cent in September. Deputy mayor Tim King says the councillors are aware of the problem and “have made it very clear that our highest priority is to get it back on track as soon as possible”. “Most places that have introduced electronic applications have had a few teething issues but I would hope that we would have got on with it a lot quicker. The whole point of doing it was to make it quicker for people so if it’s not achieving that we need to look at it.” Tim and Dennis say council is also looking at additional ways of streamlining the process including identifying projects


Action from the Kaka Shield at Jubilee Park on Sunday. Above is Brett Nichols enjoying a laugh. Top right is a “short line-out” won by Dave Walker. Middle right is Tapawera’s Toby Walker lining up his father Kerry, and bottom right are members of the Tapawera team before kickoff. Photos: Phillip Rollo.

Kaka Shield: Rugby, tradition and antics It’s hard not to found yourself in hysterics watching the Kaka Shield, and it appears to be the case for those playing in it too. The Kaka Shield – apparently more valuable than the Ranfurly

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Speeding up building consents FROM PAGE 1 that don’t need any consent. Tim says they also have the power of discretion to determine if something needs a consent, and he has asked for a report on that as well. Tim says Tasman could also adopt some of the fast-track practises implemented by the Selwyn District Council in Canterbury last year, which slashed its building consent processing times. Selwyn introduced an on-line process last year resulting in the average processing time falling from 14 working days last year to 11 working days this year despite building consents increasing from 2390 to 2790 in the same period. In contrast, Tasman’s processing times increased from nine working days to 14 in the last year. Dennis says the council is also keen to get some input from the building industry and will be holding a meeting later this month.

Richmond and Tapawera players at the Kaka Shield on Sunday.

Tap wins Kaka Shield FROM PAGE 1 since, except for during the war years, but is now a more social occasion and is contested between Tapawera and Richmond. The rules seem complete madness at times, with players running around in gumboots, knocking back beers during the drinks break, getting sinbinned for just kicking the ball and everyone making sure

the away team wins so there is a reverse fixture the following year. This year’s event brought together the largest turnout in recent memory, with a full 15-a-side game featuring children as young as 8 and some competitors nearing their 60s. Tapawera won the game three tries to two to seal a 9-6 victory. An auction and a meal after the game raised $1500 for junior rugby in the region.


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Last week Amy Mcilroy was standing on a podium in Glasgow with a bronze medal draped around her neck, but this week she was back at work in Richmond, standing in front of a preschool full of children. The lawn bowler, who works at Little People Early Learning Centre, has just returned from competing at her very first Commonwealth Games, where she was part of the bronze medal-winning women’s fours, alongside United club-mate Val Smith, and Mandy Boyd and Selina Goddard. She was greeted at the airport by her staff mates and children from the preschool last week. “It was so amazing to have them there. I tried to make a little display for them to understand it all and brought them back some gifts to have here at preschool, but my staff, the kids and the parents have just been amazing, I couldn’t ask for better,” says Amy, who had been in contact with the preschoolers via Skype throughout the Commonwealth Games. The 22 year old, whose husband Shannon was also competing in Glasgow, had “the best time” at the Common-

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The pride of the South Island They’re the pride of Nelson, and now a group of locals will head to the national Pride of New Zealand Awards in Auckland after winning their regional categories in Christchurch last week. Kyle Paki Paki, Philip Walker, Adam Black and Gary Miller, won the bravery and heroism award for their rescue of the Fa’avae family at Saltwater Creek last winter. While Ian Price also took home the top award in the environmental category, for his work in restoring an alluvial forest in the ex-

tremely fertile Paremata Flats at Cable Bay. The Pride of New Zealand Awards recognise inspirational acts of bravery, kindness, and community spirit. The awards are split into four regional groups, with the winners of the six categories in each region going on to the national finals on September 10. The finals will be judged by a panel featuring broadcaster Judy Bailey, Willie Apiata VC, Sir Peter Leitch, TSB Bank CEO Kevin Murphy and APN New Zealand CEO Jane Hast-

ings. Kyle says it was a great night in Christchurch. “It’s all been unexpected and a once-in-a-lifetime thing, really. It was really good to be a part of it.” Kyle says he’s looking forward to the national awards in Auckland next month. “Both Phil and I are really looking forward to it. We never expected to win anything, so are just enjoying it.” The people’s choice award is now open. To vote for the Nelson finalists visit www.prideofnz awards.co.nz

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Athletics club Hand over $20, get a $30 voucher ‘hopeful’ for compromise A back-down from organisers of the Cricket World Cup, by allowing the Auckland Nines event to go ahead, has locals hopeful there will be a similar back-down at Saxton Oval for athletics. Derek Shaw is a former councillor involved with Athletics Nelson and is “hopeful” track and field will be in action at Saxton Oval during the Cricket World Cup. As part of its contract with Nelson City Council, Cricket World Cup has exclusive use of the athletics track from January 26 until March 15 – the peak of the track and field season – despite all the games being held next door. The exclusivity of the cricket oval, athletics track, pavilion and in-field of the track runs from 21 days prior to the first match until ten days after the last one. But an exemption to allow the NRL Nines to be held at Auckland’s Eden Park for three days, during their same exclusivity period, has given Derek hope that Athletics Nelson can also get some sort of a compromise. “People have become more optimistic that Cricket World Cup will start focusing on some of the smaller details and realize they don’t need all of that exclusivity time. That news from Auckland gives us some further encouragement that there’s scope for a compromise.” Derek, one of three Athletics Nelson representatives to be involved in formal discussions with Nelson City Council, says the ideal solution would a compromise of two or three days either side of the matches on February 16, February 19 and March 5, and use of the timing room for “one or two significant meets”. “That would enable a lot of athletics to still continue, the kids stuff right through to the senior Twilight Series meets and some of the bigger meets as well,” he says. “Track and field athletes definitely need access to the facilities there.” It’s still unclear what the athletics track will be used for during the Cricket World Cup although, during the Black Caps versus West Indies One Day International, the inside was used as a children’s entertainment area and the surrounds were used by food vendors. A representative from Cricket World Cup is due in Nelson before the end of the month, but Derek was unsure whether Athletics Nelson will be involved in discussions with him. “We need to talk to council about that, whether we are involved in those discussions directly, but I’m not sure. We’ve certainly offered to help.”


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Wakefield assault Christians helping locals in poverty Forty one year old Wakefield man Paul Walker was remanded on bail when he appeared in the Nelson District Court on Monday, charged with Wounding with Reckless Disregard. The charge relates to an incident at the Wakefield Hotel on 21 June 2014 following a pig hunting competition. The assault occurred in the toilets at the hotel and the 46 year old victim received serious facial injuries. Police believe a second person was present at the time and are seeking information from the public to identify that person. Anyone with information that may assist this investigation should contact police on 546 3840. Information can also be given anonymously by calling Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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People living in debt and poverty will be able to get free financial and spiritual advice from an international Christian charity, after it opened a centre at the Hope Community Church near Richmond on Monday. Christians Against Poverty was founded by John Kirkby in England in 1996 and subsequently expanded into New Zealand and Australia. It officially opened its latest centre in this country in partnership with the Hope Community Church, and centre manager Dave Harris says they are looking forward to helping the community. Dave says staff from the Richmond centre, one of 31 around New Zealand, are now visiting clients and their families in their homes around the Waimea district and in Stoke He says they offer a combination of advice, financial education, expert budgeting, insolvency services and ongoing support to people living under the burden of unmanageable debt. “The organisation understands that unmanageable financial debt places the biggest burden on marriages and family lives and this initiative is to give something back to the community,” he says. ““Being able to work with people to help

Hope Community Church senior pastor Donald Irvine, left, with Christians Against Poverty church partnership director Sam Garaway, centre, and Richmond manager Dave Harris, at the opening of CAP’s new centre at Hope, on Monday. Photo: Simon Bloomberg. release them from the burden of debt and enjoy the lives they can experience, is such a privileged opportunity.” Dave says clients can access their services by contacting CAP directly, although many are also referred through government agencies and other community organisations. A CAP debt coach will visit new clients and their families to understand their financial situation and any other sup-

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Funding boost for Tasman’s rivers

A research project, looking at ways of controlling erosion and sedimentation of rivers and streams around the Tasman district, has received $120,000 in funding from the Government’s Community Environment Fund. Environment Minister Amy Adams last Friday announced the funding for the project, which Tasman district deputy mayor Tim King says is very relevant to the re-

gion. Tim says erosion and sedimentation of waterways is an issue in the Tasman district because it is often associated with farming, forestry and construction. "Of all the water quality issues, sedimentation doesn't get much attention, but it can be a real problem wherever there is construction, farming and forestry," Tim says. "The Ruby Bay bypass was an example where a lot of Moutere clay country was

opened up and there was a very comprehensive sediment control programme in place." Tim says the project will be a combination of reviewing existing research and filling any gaps that exist. It is likely to be managed by a group of regional council representatives and contracted out to research entity. Amy says the project will "ultimately lead to better guidance on best-practice

erosion and sediment control for landowners and councils around the country". “It makes sense to address this issue under a single programme, rather than have individual councils duplicating the work as they deal with the issue of sediment,” she says. The $120,000 funding is from a targeted round of the Government’s Community Environment Fund.

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Age Concern’s Jess Breeze, left, and Sue Tilby, centre, with Breeze breakfast announcer Breffini O’Rourke. Photo: Andrew Board. Elder-abuse, either financial or self-neglect, is of huge concern, says Age Concern’s elder-abuse and neglect-prevention adviser, Jess Breeze. She says there has been 15 cases of self-neglect since the start of the year. “It’s absolutely tripled since last year and our work in trying to prevent it is not funded [by the government].” There have also been 65 cases of financial abuse since January 1, with 77 per cent of that from sons and daughters of the older person, says Jess. “People will start to misuse someone’s eftpos card, by getting a few of their own groceries when they’re doing a nice thing for the elderly person. But greed increases and it ends up being a lot more and a lot more.”

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e l p o e p d o o f h s Y ou r f re Donna Thurlow and Judy Peacock at the Murchison Museum’s World War I commemoration project. Photo: Barry Whitnall.

Museum commemorates start of First World War The Murchison Museum is holding an exhibit this month which commemorates 100 years since the beginning of World War I. The project took about two years to put together, and Judy Peacock, of the Murchison Museum, says it started with research on the soldiers who died in the war, before focusing on the returned servicemen. “We’ve got in total about 200 names, and there are photos, memorabilia, copies of letters which were sent home from the war and a display of artefacts which were loaned,” she says. All of the soldiers mentioned in the exhibit were either from Murchison or had a connection with the area at some stage, and Judy says it’s an integral part of Murchison’s history. “Some of them were just born here, or educated

here but there is a definite Murchison connection with every soldier,” says Judy. “Our population at the time was probably only a little over 500 and to have the number of names is quite staggering. It wasn’t until I did the search that I knew just how many went from here.” The reason the project has taken so long to complete is due to the time it took for the military archives to be digitalized. “They really didn’t start coming along until this year, but it was also about finding out what families these people belong to, tracking them down and finding out what memories they had. It was quite a lengthy process.” The display has already begun and will run until the end of August. The museum is open weekdays and most weekends. Entry is by donation.

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Dog causes crash: Maybe not a legal requirement to restrain a dog, but definitely a legal requirement for all passengers to wear a seat belt!! Seriously (via nelsonweekly.co.nz). Who let’s a dog run around in a car with a learner driver who has had a licence two weeks. That is insane to me! Marc Baker.

Her licence should be suspended. Isn’t the dogs fault, she shouldn’t be driving on a learners licence, not experienced enough to handle a vehicle by herself, let alone in a bad situation. Jess Brougham. Just after the big new fence had been finished too, bet the owners had a fright when they heard that. The power pole must have knocked the footpath up too, I drove past earlier this week and someone had tripped on the lifted segment and injured themselves quite badly by the looks of it. There is a spray-painted warning on there today. Jeff McLaren. Totally the mothers fault! (Isn’t it always!) She was the responsible, licenced person in the car. Karen Lewis. I am all for people learning how to drive, but come on, had her 11 year old sister in back seat not seatbelted. She hit windscreen, dog in car, what the hell was her mother thinking... Pauline Van Der Plas.

I don’t know why people insist on taking their dogs in cars anyway, it really annoys me when I see dogs in cars in supermarket carparks etc, a car ride is NOT exercise. Dez Tinee.

Dogs are unpredictable and should be restrained in vehicles, doesn’t matter what licence you have, it is a hazard! I’ve seen little dogs on people’s knees while they are driving, what if it snapped at the driver giving them a fright and causing them to crash or lose concentration on the road? We don’t let our little kids sit on our knees while driving. Wouldn’t you do it for the dog’s safety anyway, if you cared about them so much? Jasmine Lucas. Warming our coldest homes: Yes, do it keep our people warm and cozy please. Especially our tamariki. They are our most important. Jae Walter.

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Fore marriage In 2013, 19,237 weddings of NZ residents were conducted. In the same year 8,270 divorces were granted. For the last five years the divorce rate averaged around 9.8 divorces for every 1,000 existing marriages. The divorce rate seems to be going down, most likely because fewer people are getting married in the first place. Maybe fewer of us are getting married because we understand that marriage is not all flowers and champagne. Marriage costs much more than a wedding. Apparently an average NZ wedding costs $30,000! That’s a significant financial investment — nearly enough for the deposit on a small house. We all know what a wedding is. What is a marriage? It can be defined as the social contract and institution under which a couple live together (usually monogamously) for the rest of their lives. For Christians marriage is a covenant; a solemn promise between three parties — the couple and God. A wedding is a beautiful thing. A good marriage is even more beautiful. If you ask anyone who is happily married, they’ll tell you it doesn’t happen without hard work. Rod Stewart apparently said he didn’t want to work at love — it should just happen. Love and marriage don’t just happen.

The Bible has a lot to say about marriage and it’s not all about wives submitting. Marriage begins with the couple leaving their parents to become ‘one flesh’. They commit to their lives together; to respect and care for each other and to love no matter what. Love is action. Love isn’t always ‘me first’ nor does it keep a record of past hurts. Marriage has seasons; the first heady days of spring; full of passion and excitement. Summer brings a greater trust and commitment to growth. Autumn can involve drifting apart and also letting go of unhelpful aspects of the relationship. Winter can bring hurt, anger or disappointment. Each stage is normal. Winter doesn’t inevitably result in divorce. It can be an opportunity for honest discussion and consideration of each other’s needs. It will involve some changes. Love and marriage involve discipline and commitment to the well-being of the other. Love is determined action, not just talk. Sometimes it is hard work and sometimes pure joy; mostly somewhere in between. Marriage is a God-given idea and it’s worth fighting for. Susan Gill — Vicar If you’d like to chat about a wedding or marriage phone or email: 544 8844 or church.onhill@xtra.co.nz

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Older Youth Sunday 17 August 5–7 pm Sunday 31 August 5–7 pm Church on the Hill– Hall Topic: Relationships Bring something to share for tea.

Lunch on the Hill Tuesday 19 August 11.30 am Tuesday 2 September 11.30 am Church on the Hill — Hall Come for a cuppa beforehand or midday for the meal. Food and friendship for body, soul and spirit. Lunch is provided. Koha welcome.

St Albans, Appleby Services Sunday 24 August 10.30 am Sunday 14 September 10.30 am

Messy Church Sunday 24 August 4 pm Church on the Hill — Hall Informal family fun, craft, story and prayer activities followed by a shared meal. Bring something to share for the meal.

Men’s Forum Monday 25 August 7–9 pm Topics varied and everyone can voice their opinion. The only subject we do not discuss is religion.

Women’s Afternoon Fellowship Group Wednesday 27 August 2 pm Church on the Hill — Hall The Women’s Evening Fellowship Group will provide the entertainment and serve afternoon tea. It will also be a chance to buy Christmas gifts from the Save the Children shop. All ladies welcome to attend.

Women’s Evening Fellowship Group Thursday 28 August 7.30 pm Church on the Hill — Hall For fun and fellowship. All women welcome.

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Mondays and Thursdays 9.30 am -12.00 pm Preschool playgroup for tots and parents includes 30 minutes of music and movement.

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God doesn’t only speak to adults. We have a number of teachers who are mainly parents. Children do a craft, learn songs and listen to stories. The children are encouraged to think about what they hear. Not all children go to Kidz Church, some prefer to stay and listen with the adults. In August there is also a family service on 17 August. On the 24 August there is Messy Church at 4 pm which most families attend.

Over a three week period at the end of July and the beginning of August, seven churches in the Waimea/ Richmond area were involved in a pulpit swap?

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copy the behaviour and customs of this world, but let God transform you into a new person by changing the way you think.” Your mind is your most precious resource and it is imperative that you look after it by feeding it the right stuff. The one true freedom that no one can take from you is the freedom to choose what you think. Your life today is a result of your thinking yesterday and your life tomorrow will be determined by what you think today, so why not choose today to follow the path that leads to life? People carry beliefs their entire lives that they were told during their formative years, negative beliefs and lies that have contributed to hurts, addictions, dysfunctional relationships and poor health. Fear, anxiety, unforgiveness, bitterness, and resentment all are negative and destructive attitudes or behaviours which come from thoughts that are negative, and will therefore have negative and destructive outcomes. Paul summed it up on how to live well and to know what it is to have peace of mind: “Fix your thoughts on what is true, and honourable, and right, and pure, and lovely, and admirable. Think about things that are excellent and worthy of praise ….then the God of peace will be with you.”


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Financing Futures is conveniently located on Songer St, and has easy access from the main road making it central to their whole client base The world of finance is a daunting one and many people struggle to understand and undertake the processes required to get finance for their particular venture. Financing Futures is an exciting new business that can make this process easy and simple for anyone from first home buyers to property investors and commercial business owners. Financing Futures owner, Tony Hall, has had 18 years experience as a mortgage broker and 17 years in banking before that, while his Lending Administration Manager, Rebecca Wilkens, also has over 20 years banking experience. His knowledge of business finance stems from a successful company in Australia, the business model of which is now being replicated here in Nelson with the aim of improving people’s financial positions for the future. “At the moment we are mainly focused on home loans but we have a lot of expertise in the commercial area with equipment finance, commercial property and business finance. That is an area we feel is a little underserviced in Nelson at present, and we hope to be able to get involved with local businesses and help them with all their financial

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TO GROW provide their clients with a product, because they know that to get the most out of their financial resources and achieve sustainability they need to successfully manage their funding and financing sources. “We are really focused on what’s in the client’s best interests. We understand the banks, their products and policies, whereas a lot Rebecca Wilkens, Tony Hall and Vanessa Williams are committed of our competitors don’t; to putting you in a better financial position. they just put a product to you.” Almost everyone can the bank would offer you. We are independent and impartial, and will find the best loan from a benefit from the services of Financing Futures, from home buyers to the more complex large panel of lenders.” Financing Futures pride themselves on offering situations like business owners and property clients the absolute best in service and support. investors. They are committed to offering only There has been more than one occasion when the best for their clients, which is why you Tony has accompanied clients to open homes will always be able to reach Tony, Rebecca and to give his expert advice on the suitability of Vanessa at the office or on mobile all day, every a property. Being a property investor himself day. Appointments can be arranged either at means Tony has a valuable understanding of their office or at your home, Financing Futures the reasons why his clients should or shouldn’t also have relationships with several local purchase a particular property, and his presence professionals who they are able to refer you to. is often appreciated when clients may feel Once you’ve completed business with them, intimidated by the prospect of negotiating a their follow-up programme goes that little purchase along with all the terms and conditions. bit further to make you feel secure with your While home buyers are an important part of financing decisions. their business, Financing Futures are specialists in the commercial area of self-employed clients and property investors. “Self-employed people are typically not well understood by the banks, because they don’t have a payslip that says “I earn this much a week”. Instead, they have financial statements and the banks want to see two or three sets of them over a number of years and they want to see this perfect curve of growth, so they are more complicated to get finance for,” says Tony. Financing Futures uniqueness comes from the fact that they strive to help their clients form strategies to set up and manage their financial situations. They don’t just

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Hope Community Church has come a long way from its first gatherings in 1914, when Church was a formal occasion that required families to don their finest clothes and make their way to the service by foot or whatever means of transport they had. Today Hope Community Church stands proud as a well-used and wellloved community facility that is set to celebrate its 100 year anniversary. The original church gave Christian followers a place of their own to meet, pray and hold services after the half acre section was bought by the group for around fifty pounds. In 1914 the area was not so densely populated and it wasn’t exactly a place you would expect to find a church, but Ranzau School has always been a much appreciated neighbour and as Richmond

has expanded the church too has grown in size. Over time, the church has become more outwardly focused in a bid to make their facility a great place, not only for church goers but for the wider community too. Their renovations in 2007 saw the investment of much time, effort and money go into bringing the church into the twenty-first century, which included focusing on the children and young families. “We value kids and we value young families. We want to honour them and give them a safe haven, a place where they can feel at home because it’s their church as much as it is the adults,” says Senior Pastor Donald Irvine. The original 1914 building would have accommodated around 100 people, but since then Hope Community Church has welcomed a

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Ranzau Road Hope, Richmond / Phone Donald Irvine, Senior Pastor, for more information 544 6628 huge number of people and their latest directory church congregation that spend time together, shows that around 750 adults and children now as well as children’s activities and groups for consider the church their spiritual home. all ages, women’s groups, play groups, school Donald says their 100 year birthday is an productions, special events and everything in important milestone and, from a Christian between; everyone is welcome to use and enjoy point of view the church ,they wish to facilities and the acknowledge the church services. part that God has Celebrating 100 played in their years was never development, as going to be a well as celebrate massive event all the good but, at the same things that are time, it is a great waiting for achievement that them in the deserves some future as they recognition, continue to make so the church their church a has settled for constructive a celebration facility for the dinner on c o m m u n i t y. Saturday August “We want to get Senior Pastor of Hope Community Church, Donald 16 followed by a rid of the days Irvine, has been a part of the church his whole life. special centenary of the church service on being irrelevant to the community. We want the Sunday, August 17, where they will also unveil church to be meaningful, even if you’re not a their centenary cairn which will act as a physical church goer. We don’t want people to think the reminder of the church’s anniversary. They will church has no value or meaning to them. This be selling copies of their small publication, Hope is available for people to use, it’s an excellent Community Church 100 Years, which includes facility, why would we build it and only have it photos, newspaper clippings and information available for an hour and a half on a Sunday.” from previous events, activities and groups. Hope church is always a hive of activity, with They won’t just be acknowledging their own a list as long as your arm of bookings for each milestone but also incorporating the 200 year month and sometimes five or six activities on anniversary of the first Christian message to be in a day. They have small groups from the wider preached in New Zealand, by Samuel Marsden

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Brent was also delighted with his second place after coming back from a two year layoff through injury. “If someone had said I’d finish second in B grade when I started the series, I would have laughed. It’s really good to be back racing,” Brent says. The series was also a family affair for the Fultons, with Karen recording three thirds racing in B grade to win the women’s series on 110 points, 11 ahead of Ann Rigg. Karen’s daughter Shaane was fourth in the women’s competition, just ahead of her grandmother Christine van Hoppe who finished sixth. Karen’s husband Dean was fifth in A grade while her step-father Karl van Hoppe was ninth in D grade. Robert Ross won D grade and Willem Stein won E grade. The series attracted almost 200 riders, with between 70 and 90 racing on a weekly basis, and Tasman Wheelers president Malcolm Saunders says “that the 2014 series was the most successful in the 12 years the winter series has been held”. The Tasman Wheelers elite riders will be heading to Ashburton this Saturday for the fourth round of the Benchmark series.

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All square in Grade 3 clash at the major break and made a defensive change with Abbie moving to goal keep and Hannah McCullock moving out to goal defence which immediately paid dividends. With more space to move Hannah pulled in a couple of beautiful intercepts and linked well through

diminutive goal attack Kath McCauley to the fore, driving Netball Reporter to space well for free shots on goal. editorial@waimeaweekly.co.nz The game was anyone’s going Richmond Sleepers and Jacks into the last ten minutes - and Silver had an intense encounit looked as though Richmond ter in their Grade 3 game and were going to pull away. A couldn’t be separated, drawing nervous start by the Jacks at26-26. tack saw three clean inContrary to their name, tercepts by Jenna early in Sleepers hit the ground the quarter to move two in running, courtesy of some front. Not to be outdone nice long-range shooting by Katie - with her height Tash Martin. Both teams advantage smothered the were forced into offensive Richmond attackers and turnovers early, with Jenna picked off three intercepts French at centre and Shara of her own, which were Higgins at WD for Richconverted by Louise at the mond spoiling numerous other end. attacking moves by Jacks. Jacks Mel Beattie at centre Abbie Murrell was strong and Claire McNutt at wing on the rebound and quick defence had solid games, to outlet the long pass. working hard to provide Richmond were 9-6 up, and drive through court. Katie took their foot off the pedal topped the list, having a ever so slightly and Jacks high work rate for the enpounced, picking up the Richmond Sleepers wing attack An- tire match and putting up speed of the game on at- nie Ewers-Kennedy, during Satur- great numbers on the stat tack. Circle defenders, Ka- day’s 26-26 draw. Photo: Phillip Rollo. sheet, to finish the game tie Lay and Joanna Clapcott with four intercepts, six gave Jacks their extra scoring court with her attackers. Annie rebounds and three tips. opportunities with five turno- Ewers-Kennedy at wing attack Kath was a standout for Richvers, which were converted had a huge work rate both off mond scoring 19 of her teams with an excellent shooting dis- the line and through court, 26 goals, along with Jenna at play by Louise Wealleans and linking nicely with her offen- centre who provided plenty of Maree Claridge. sive line. The third quarter be- pressure defence and timely atRichmond were one in arrears longed to Richmond with their tacking play.

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Nelson Waimea Gun club results A beautiful day at the Nelson Waimea Gun Club saw 25 people attend to take part in the Club’s Annual Quad Event. High Overall Neil Simpson 87/100. A Grade 1st James Simpson 85/100, 2nd Martin O’Connor 84/100 3rd Wesley Oldham 81/100. B Grade

1st Grant Crosbie 84/100, 2nd Bob Aldridge 78/100, 3rd Murray Shepperd 78/100. C Grade 1st Murray Tait 82/100, 2nd Isabel Simpson 75/100, 3rd John Hitchcock 73/100. Next shoot 31 August. Email nelson waimeagunclub@yahoo.co.nz for more information.

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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.

nissan WinGroad sT-l WaGon 2010 If you’re in the market for a well priced, late model, NZ new wagon then look at this. It’s powered by a 1.8 motor and as a 6 speed auto with paddleshift. Has only done 49,000kms. The interior is roomy and in tidy condition. It also has ABS brakes, air bags, CD, climate air conditioning and remote locking.


$12,980 holden Commodore Vz eXeCuTiVe 2006 With summer and towing season just around the corner, now would be a good time to buy your next tow car. Ideal if you need to shift your boat, caravan or horse float. Has only done 80,000kms and is a good looking car.

honda orThia GX WaGon 1996 Here we have a great family wagon. It has heaps of interior and luggage space and is in very tidy condition. Its powered by a 2.0 litre motor and is auto. The cambelt was replaced at 88km. It was imported in from Japan in 2006 and has had 1 owner in NZ. It also has CD, climate air conditioning, electric windows and mirrors, alloy wheels, roof rails and a cargo blind.






$11,980 ToyoTa Camry alTise 2005 This is an extremely tidy example of this always popular model Toyota Camry Altise. It’s NZ new and had 2 owners. It’s powered by a peppy 2.4 litre chain driven motor with only 74,000kms on the clock and is automatic. The interior is very spacious and in immaculate condition. It also has ABS brakes, 4 airbags, air conditioning, electric windows and mirrors, remote locking and cruise control.


$8,980 Ford eXPlorer XlT 2000 If you need to buy a tow wagon but dont want to break the bank balance, then this is for you. This would be ideal for shifting the boat, caravan or your horse float. This is NZ new and had 2 owners and has only done 130,000kms. Powered by a grunty 4.0 litre V6 that is chain driven (so NO cambelt) and is auto. The interior is very tidy. It also has ABS brakes, airbags, air conditioning, towbar, cruise control, factory alloys and running boards, front full alloy bumper and bullbar combined.


$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, air bags, electric windows and mirrors.

$13,980 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.

$8,980 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 air conditioning, electric windows and mirrors, remote locking, factory alloys, body kit and spoiler and a towbar.

$16,980 suzuki Grand ViTara 2007 With winter just around the corner, now is a good time to buy that 4WD SUV for your outdoor winter sports. This is NZ new and had 1 owner. Powered by a peppy 2.0 litre (chain driven) motor and is automatic. This model has Hi & Low ratio 4WD. The interior is very roomy and is in very tidy condition. It also has ABS brakes, airbags, remote locking, climate air conditioning, CD, towbar and factory alloy wheels.

$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.

$12,980 mazda bounTy dX 2Wd d/Cab 2005 This NZ new Mazda Bounty diesel double cab is a popular choice with the young fellas these days. Good for carrying the motorbike or towing the boat etc. Powered by a 2.5L turbo diesel with a 5 speed manual. It has CD, air bags, and air conditioning. Great value.



2005 Nissan Tiida low kms ...................... $9,980 2005 Mazda MPV 7 seater ....................... $8,980 2005 Ford Fiesta GLX hatch low kms.... $9,980 2004 Honda Stream very tidy 7 seater ... $8,980 2004 Mitsubishi Grandis 7 seater .......... $8,980 2004 Mazda Verisa Hatch Low kms ...... $9,980 2002 Holden Calais V8 full leather ........ $12,980

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$13,980 ToyoTa Corolla GX haTCh 2008 Here we have one of the most popular hatch back models ever sold in NZ. This Corolla auto hatch is powered by a peppy 1800cc motor, has ABS, CD, air bags and remote locking.

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Richmond Spinning & Weaving Group, have you thought about learning a new hobby? We meet at Birch Hall, Richmond showgrounds,2nd & 4th Thursdays for spinning,3rd Thursday for weaving & Felting,at 9-30 am New members welcome, bring your lunch.Contact ,Mary 5472 611 DANCE FOR FUN, Rock n Roll in Richmond, No Partner Needed, Mondays till Sept. 15, Catholic Church Hall Williams St, 11 am till 12 noon Ph Yvonne 021 214 1270 or Nancy 021 127 7892 or 03 544 7408 SING with Nelson Bays Harmony! Women of all ages, who enjoy singing, are invited to visit an open rehearsal during Sept.. Brush up your vocal skills & experience the buzz of singing 4-part a cappella harmony. For details contact Jenny 0275444121 or nbharmony@gmail.com. Brook Sanctuary & Bowater Honda present “It’s Jazz as!” in association with the Nelson Jazz Club Inc. Three fabulous Nelson jazz bands only $15 adults, or $10 children, 7pm Sat 16 Aug. at Old St Johns. Tickets from Bowater Honda, Achilles Ave or Brook Sanctuary campaign office in Morrison Square. Ph 546 2422. Live well stay well” group meets at the Wakefield Hall Tues. Aug. 19, 9.45-11am Speaker Carole Horrell Podiatrist “ These feet were made for walking” All welcome. Talk followed by a walk around the Wakefield area.11-12md. Cost $2 Any enquiries Margaret 5419693 or Yvonne 5422235 Plunket Baby Bonanza Sat. Oct 18 9am – 12pm Hope Hall, Richmond Sell your pre loved children’s clothes, toys & nursery items Table bookings are now open, phone Lisa on 5424496 or footies2012@vodafone.co.nz APPLEBY SCHOOL Country Fair. Sat 6 Sept 11am to 2pm. Great family fun day. Pony rides, animal nursery, face painting, silent auction, art room, food, entertainment, plants & produce. Ph 5442746 NELSON Heritage Rose Society is visiting private

gardens in Motueka & Split Apple Rock on Sun.17 Aug.. Includes talk on comparing growing roses in a three acre field in Suffolk with Nelson conditions. Pot luck lunch with afternoon tea provided. New members welcome. Enquiries Clare 545-0455, email david.clare.haig@gmail.com Freedom Week, Amnesty International’s annual fund-raiser. Look for collectors in Nelson, Stoke & Richmond on 15 & 16 Aug.. Sign a petition in support of Human Rights. Contact Mat 021 563021 NELSON TASMAN BEEKEEPERS Club meets first Wednesday each month 7pm Waimea Lounge Richmond A&P Showgrounds Lower Queen St Richmond New members are welcome to attend. www.nelsonbeekeepers.org.nz 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 20th Aug., 3.00pm – 4.00pm at Richmond Library. Nelson Cathedral Christmas Tree Festival 18– 22 Dec. ‘14 If interested please call 5481008 or email: office@nelsoncathedral.org. FRESH FOCUS Charles Hodgson speaking about “Hi-tech Processing for New Zealand’s Natural Products”, Mon. 8 Aug, 10-11am. Nelson Suburban Club, 168 Tahunanui Drive. Everyone welcome. Entry $2. ALLIANCE FRANCAISE Join us on Fridays from 4-5:45pm at La Gourmandise 276 Hardy St. for informal French conversation. All welcome whatever your French level. See www.af-nelson-tasman.org.nz FESTIVAL OF FLOWERS Celebrated on Saturday 20 Sept. Mapua Hall. Fantastic Floral Displays, plant and produce sales. Fun for all the family with market stalls and sausage sizzle. Stallholder enquiries ph Ngaire 5403193 Certificate in Horticulture (Are you looking for an interesting and highly rewarding horticulture experience? The NMIT National Certificate in Horticulture (Level 2) is a fee free NZQA accredited, 10

months part-time programme can be studied from home & is complemented with tutorials & workshops. For info Eileen Kaufman on 021 174 9414. Seniornet Nelson 11 Hastings st.Nelson 20 Aug 2pm. Peter Millward from Nelson Provincial Museum will talk about their new World War 1 exhibition . All welcome. Look Summer’s not far away! Try the NEW RICHLEW MEAD Wendy Davies MOND PILATES LUNCHTIME CLASS - Wed from 12.35 to 1.25pm. Flatten your Celebrating 60 years is turning tummy, ease back pain, improve flexibility, this Sunday the 17th starting 20 August. Thanks for everything REGULAR EVENTS Mum, we hope you Tiny Tots, a free, fun introduction to stories, Happy Birthday enjoy your day. xoxo songs, active movement and rhymes for prefrom "The Family" schoolers & their caregivers. Tuesdays 1010.30am Children’s Area, Richmond Library during term time. make a difference and work in a team to support SPEAK UP: Shape your words & your future confi- former refugees to resettle in Nelson? It’s fun and redence with POWERtalk Waimea. Become the leader warding. Full training provided. Next course: 12–14 you want to be at our Annesbrook meetings 1st & Sept. For info contact, jettie.zeestraten@redcross.org. 3rd Wednesday 7pm. Linda, 5447823 or Yvonne nz or 548-4978 5446350. www.powertalknelson1.wordpress.com. Bookchat meet at Stoke Library, Cnr Neale Ave & Plunket Richmond Playgroup Every Mon. in term Putaitai Street the 3rd Wed. 5pm each month. Come time at Plunket Clinic Rooms, Oxford St., Richmond along & relax with a coffee, have a chat about books 9.30am – 11.30am Free, morning tea provided. recently read or come along to hear what others have Come along for a chat & a cuppa! For info call Wen- read. FREE to all. Alyson Baker 5460416 or Mary dy 0276 949720. Menzies 5468100. Stoke Methodist Opportunity Centre (Opposite Mum4Mum Breastfeeding support meets the last Stoke Library). Good, used clothing. Very cheap. Wed. of every month 10am-11.30am at the EcoOpen every Thurs. 9.30 am to 12 noon. Fill a bag for moon Collective Building, 120 Bridge St, Nelson. $2.00. Ph: 5443226. All welcome. Ph Tara 0212772098 or mum4mum@ SPACE welcomes first time parents & their babies nbph.org.nz aged 0–12months - weekly sessions include oppor- Thursday Night Knitting Group Meets 1st Thursday tunities to meet other parents, discussions on child every month at Styx in Nelson & 3rd Thursdays at development & parenting, music & activities. Marie Armadillos in Richmond, 7:30 – 9:30pm. Knitting is Lenihan 03 545 2017, 0274052174 or our main activity, but crochet & other portable fibre lenihans@xtra.co.nz arts. Join our Nelson Knitters, NZ group on Ravelry. Red Cross Refugee Services Would you like to com or email sheepandshepherdess@gmail.com


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Weekend Mass Times Saturday Vigil 7.00pm Richmond Church 35 William Street Sunday 8.00am St Joseph’s Pitfire Road, Wakefield 9.30am Richmond Church 5.00pm Last Sunday of every month St’s Peter & Paul Moutere Highway All Welcome! Ph 544 8987 www.richmondcatholic.co.nz

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Holy Trinity Anglican Church 27 Dorset St, Richmond Phone 544-8844

Sunday Services 17 August 2014 9.00am Morning Worship 10.30am Holy Communion Theme: The Story of Esther All Welcome Wednesday 10.00am Holy Communion www.holytrinityrichmond.org.nz

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021 0264 4839 Supporting your healing and growth


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Ph: 538 0824 Stoke

Proudly supplying Orange Residential Homes roofing requirements for over 10 years


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5, 8, 13, 28, 29, 30 9, 18, 25, 26, 27 7, 16, 17, 18, 30 6, 11, 20, 21, 22

or 539 0953

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• Growsafe & Approved Handler Certification • Chainsaw • Tree Felling • Quad Bike • Tractor

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545 1000

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Phone orders welcome

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• Renovations • Kitchens • Bathrooms


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Ph 03 544 1290 Mob 027 245 8192

027 542 4473


off Echodale Place, Nayland Area, Stoke

For info

542 2120

0800 448 446 Steve Fletcher

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per month

24hr Service

Phone 548 8590

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Rates from $50

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Phone 03 543 8243

www.callageek.co.nz – since 2005

12 Cargill Place, (off Beach Richmond 4A Gladstone Road,Road) Richmond

Est. 2006

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126 Tahunanui Dr, Nelson 275A High St, Motueka


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

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

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

Mobile 0220 649 822 (24hr)

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


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Mobile 0220 649 822 (24hr)

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Cell: 0220 649 822 A/H 547 7856

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