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Fizzy drink rotting our kids’ teeth Some Nelson children are drinking so much soft drink their teeth are almost completely rotted by the time they start school. The latest figures show that sugar consumption in New Zealand has reached a new record high, with an average adult eating or drinking 54 kilograms a year. That’s the third highest rate in the western world, behind the US and Mexico, and Nelson Marlborough District Health Board principal dental officer Dr Robert Beaglehole says it’s time to cut back. “I saw a six-year-old last week and he needed eight teeth extracted and at least two fillings,” Robert says. “He was drinking one large bottle of Coke a day and so were his three siblings - the boy’s teeth were so bad he needed a general anaesthetic for the extraction. “The teeth are like the canary in the mine too, because too much sugary drink leads to diabetes and obesity. I urge

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all parents out there to look at the sugar intake of their family and make positive changes to the family eating pattern to reduce the amount of sugar in their diet.” Robert, who was in the Richmond Mall on Monday promoting Oral Health Week, says the main source of sugar for children and teenagers is soft drinks. The display showed that one 330 millilitre can of Coke contains nine teaspoons of sugar, which is three times the daily requirement for a child. “We are saying don’t drink your sugar. It’s become a real problem over the last 10 or 15 years because between 2000 and 2006 our soft drink consumption doubled,” Robert says. The NMDHB Oral Health Week display will be in the Mall for the rest of the week, from 11am to 2pm.

Car Company owner Shane Drummond, centre, with members of the Stoke Community Centre, who were given $5000 as part of the $10,000 Car Company Charity Drive. Photo: Andrew Board.

Community gets $10K The Car Company $10,000 Charity Drive had to step outside its brief on Friday – giving away more than $10,000 and splitting the money between more than just one group. The big winners were the Stoke Community Centre, which came

away with $5000, and the Nelson South Swim Club, which was given $4000 cash as well as an advertising package worth $3500, thanks to Mediaworks Nelson and Nelson Weekly. But the other three finalists that

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A section of the Maitai Walkway was opened on Friday, but it will still be months before the entire walkway will be open. Site fencing was removed on the section between the Elma Turner Library and Saltwater Creek on Friday, but access to the pontoon is still restricted. The timing meant people walking to the Tasman Makos game on Friday night, and those taking part in the MS Ford Blue September Father’s Day fun run on Sunday, could

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use the walkway. The link through to Akersten St and access to the pontoon will be opened in the coming weeks, once work is finished. The final length of the walkway, the section between the Library and Trafalgar St is still to be completed. Work is starting soon on building a safer crossing at the Trafalgar St Bridge, which will provide a better link between the two sections of the popular Maitai Walkway, says Nelson City Council.

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Manager of the Stoke Community Centre, Ruth Ryan, reacts after being told the centre had won the Car Company Charity Drive. Photo: Andrew Board. and says it will go a long way to helping the group. “I’m so stoked, it’s amazing. We were happy just to make the top five but to win it was just ‘wow’.” Ruth says the money will be used to buy a “desperately needed” commercial freezer to house some of the food they cook for their members. The Stoke Community Centre has 450 members and Ruth says many of its members had been praying for them to win. “We’d like to thank them for their prayers and to Shane for putting up the money. It’s an amazing thing to do.”

Nic Foster of the Nelson South Swim Club says the group was thrilled with what they won. “This is going to make a real difference to our community facility. It’s widely used and we really want to increase that and get more people using it.” He says the money will go towards inflatable pool attractions and furniture that will help attract people to the pool in summer months, and the advertising will go towards promoting the facility as a destination. “We’ve been given a gift and with it we can pass on the gift of swimming.”

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Community groups have applied for $370,000 from Nelson City Council, the only problem is the council only has $150,000 to give away. Members from the 71 applicants spoke to councillors on the community services committee on Monday, with the councillors due to make their decision on who get what today.

Of the 71 applicants for the community assistance funding, 34 were for contracts and 37 for one off-grants, and that included groups like Adult Learning Support, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Nelson Civic Choir, Victory Boxing Club and the Tahunanui Community Centre. In total, the community assistance funding had a pool of $388,700 this year, but

only $150,300 remains. Chair of the community services committee, Pete Rainey, says it’s always tough deciding who gets what. “It’s always a challenge. It’s tricky and there’s always winners and losers in a situation like this, but we’re going to put in a really big effort to get it as fair as possible.”

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The former Stoke Rugby clubrooms that will be reopened as a Mad Butcher, Guytons and Bakers Delight in November. Photo: Andrew Board. munity focus. “We feel that shop in the Richmond Mall, out of the building – that they we have positioned ourselves and the Bakers Delight is still built in the 1970s – earlier at the heart of a community advertising for a franchise this year and hope to have a new clubrooms within the which is going through some owner. exciting developments. Our Dan says he worked at a Mad proposed Stoke Community goal will be to offer all Nel- Butcher store in Christch- Centre at Greenmeadows. sonians top quality products urch prior to becoming a The building was bought by with good old-fashioned professional rugby player an out-of-town investor who customer service.” and he’s excited about the has worked with other Mad Butcher stores around the Guytons will open a satellite new venture. store at the site, similar to its The Stoke Rugby Club moved country.

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Tahunanui’s Neil Harding celebrates winning the award for best tie at the MS Ford Blue September 5k Father’s Day Fun Run on Sunday. Photo: Andrew Board.

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All Black legend Buck Shelford was among the 109 runners and walkers who raised more than $3000 for Blue September on Father’s Day. The five kilometre fun run was organised by MS Ford as an awareness and fundraising drive for Blue September, which is held to promote awareness around prostate cancer. It’s the first time the Blue September fun run has been held and it took participants

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Former All Black captain and Blue September ambassador, Buck Shelford, with Amy Jenner of Rai Valley and Lyn Boulton from Nelson, at the MS Ford fun run. Photo: Andrew Board. from the new Maitai walkway, next to the Trafalgar Centre, to Miyazu Gardens,

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principal Alan Kirby says he was thrilled with the day. “We were really nervous because we were told that it’s impossible to get men along to these events. But for a first-time event I’m delighted with the turnout and the enthusiasm of everyone there.” Alan hinted that the fun run would be back next year and he’d like to see “double the numbers”. “We’re delighted with it, it was very cool.”

Nelson Mail has suffered a 10 per cent drop in circulation, one of the largest decreases across the country. Latest information released by ABC Circulation, for the three month period ending on June 30, shows the Australian-owned Nelson Mail has taken a 10.67 per cent drop to its paid circulation on the same time last year, to just 11,972. The only daily newspaper in the

South Island with a bigger drop was the Timaru Herald, with 14.02 per cent. The drop means that for every four homes in its distribution area, fewer than one home receives the Nelson Mail, on average. The disappointing result is the latest in a long line of massive circulation drops for the Mail over the past five years.

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Susan Holland of the Nelson Creative Fibre Group is encouraging locals to make poppies out of wool, fabric or any other material for a giant poppy display at the Cathedral for Anzac Day next year. Photo: Andrew Board.

A giant display of handmade poppies will adjourn the front door of Nelson Cathedral during the centenary commemorations of Anzac Day next year, and organisers want as many people as possible to be involved. The poppies can be made from wool or fabric and will be joined together to create a giant hanging display. The project is being organised by the Nelson Creative Fibre Group after they saw similar projects being organised in Australia and elsewhere in New Zealand. “We decided as a group that we’d like to do something for Nelson and honour the people who went to war. And so far the response has been really positive,” says Susan Holland of the Nelson Creative Fibre Group. To get involved, email group.nelson@ creativefibre.org.nz or call Susan on 547 4329.

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Local builder wins top apprentice award Jesse Walker decided he wanted to be a builder when he was only 14. Six years later the Nelson chippie completed his apprenticeship with flying colours, being named the Upper South Island Registered Master Builders Carters Apprentice of the Year. Jesse, who works for Coman Construction, received the award at a function in Blenheim last Thursday. “I was helping out my uncle when I was 14. He was doing some work on a house and that’s when I decided I wanted to be a builder,” Jesse says. “I really enjoy it. No job is the same and it’s really satisfying looking at the building at the end of the day and seeing what you have achieved.”

Jesse says he did the trade building course at Nelson College and then started a building apprenticeship with Coman Construction, after leaving school in year 13 in May 2010. He completed his apprenticeship three months ago and says he plans to stay with Comans because he enjoys working on the bigger commercial projects. Jesse was awarded an array of prizes and will now go on to compete against the winners from eight other regions at the national competition in Auckland next month. Shaun Campbell, 19, of Nelson, employed by Inhaus Developments was second, while Richard Anderson, 21, of Blenheim, was third.

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A Nelson man raising money for life-saving surgery has had a donation bucket stolen. Mike Corkill received a phone call last Wednesday to say an empty bucket with a photo of his family on the front had been found outside McDonald’s on Richmond’s Queen St. Mike got on the phone to some of the businesses that have a donation bucket on their counters and it was found to have been stolen from Action Indoor Sports, not far from where the bucket was found. Mike – whose campaign to

raise money was dubbed Dad’s New Lungs by his six children – says he was “gutted” by the theft. “It’s a blow. I knew there Mike Corkill. were scum bags out there but I didn’t think anyone would stoop that low.” It’s unknown how much money was in the bucket, but a staff member at Action told Mike she felt it just days before

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Wine industry pioneers, Agnes and Hermann Seifried, have been honoured by their peers, being inducted as Fellows of New Zealand Winegrowers 41 years after they planted their first vineyard in Upper Moutere. Herman and Agnes received the honour at the annual Bragato Conference and Wine Awards, held in Blenheim on August 28. It is the first time either a couple or a female has been inducted into the fellowship which started in 1982, and Agnes says she is humbled by the honour. “After forty years of wine production, we are so very proud to be acknowledged in this way," she says. "It is humbling to be part of such an amazing group, many of whom we have worked with and respected over the years." Agnes and Hermann first planted grapes on two hectares of land in Upper Moutere in 1973, making Seifried Estate the first commercial vineyard, not only in the Nelson region, but anywhere in the South Island. It was a bold decision at a time when many people, including Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries advisors, thought that the South Island was unsuitable for wine growing. "We went to the bank for a loan but they didn't want to know us," Agnes says. "Everyone told us we were mad planting in Upper Moutere, but we did it anyway."

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Seifrieds produced their first vintage in 1976, selling the wine through the cellar door and mail orders to friends and family who had heard about the wines. They planted a further 16 hectares in Redwood Valley and continued to expand, today employing about 40 full-time staff and growing over 200 hectares of grapes across eight vineyards. "I still have the old address book with all the names of the people who ordered our wine," Agnes says. "I used to hand address 4000 mail orders each year and put them on the old Newmans bus that came by the winery." Today, Agnes and Hermann's three children also work at Seifried Estate, with Chris and Heidi involved in viticulture and winemaking and Anna taking a role in sales and marketing. All three have gained tertiary qualifications in the wine industry. Although Hermann has stepped back from the winemaking and marketing, he is still busy in the vineyard and says he really enjoys the hands-on aspects of the work. "I enjoy the whole process and it's satisfying being involved with everything that goes into making the end result. It's also very rewarding when someone says 'that is a very good wine'."


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USA camps looking for Nelson workers American summer camps are on the hunt for locals to go and work in the camps next winter. IEP are hosting an information evening at NMIT on Thursday night for those interested in heading along to the states to work with kids in the camps. Nelson woman Emma Sullivan has just finished a stint in the US and says she loved the “adventure”. “I decided I needed to see the world before I got too serious about my future. I’d heard about Summer Camp USA and decided it sounded like the sort of adventure she was looking for.” She says she was based at Camp Pinecliffe in Maine and she was a small craft instructor, which meant she taught sailing, kayaking, canoeing and paddle boarding. “Best job ever! In the evenings and mornings I stayed with my bunk of 10 girls who were aged 10 years old. Just hanging out, plaiting hair, painting nails and making sure they were ready for their day of activities.” There were tough times, she says, mainly when the young girls were homesick. “But when you’re trying to console them and distract them with something else, it’s really hard not to think about your own family. All I wanted was a cuddle from my mum too.” The information evening for people aged between 18-30, is on September 10 at 6pm. It is in room T309, Level 3, T Block at NMIT. For more information visit www.iep.org.nz

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Young professionals have a ball Tickets are now on sale for the Nelson Young Professionals ball, the group’s premier event. The group’s fifth annual ball will be held on October 11 at the Boat House on Wakefield Quay. Committee member Wes Malcolm says the 140 tickets are now on sale for the Casino Royale-themed ball. “This is our premier event of the whole year so we’re expecting tickets to sell pretty quickly. “This year’s theme is Casino Royale, thanks to Jens Hansen, so there will be

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Stoke School's, from left, Rose Graham, Ethan Musika, Nic Hall and principal Pete Mitchener plant a tree at the Coronation Forest 60th anniversary last Friday. Photo: Simon Bloomberg.

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A dynasty of tree-planters were special guests at the 60th anniversary celebrations of the Coronation Forest, held in the forest near the top of the Spooners. The forest was opened on June 8, 1954, when primary school children from around the Nelson region each planted a tree to commemorate the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. The tree-planting became an annual event and last Friday about 70 people, including families who have been involved in the tree planting for three generations, attended the anniversary celebrations. "I planted my first tree here in 1958 when I was at Wakefield School," Stanley Brook's Geraldine Carleton says. "I remember it clearly because it snowed - it was freezing." "My daughter also planted a tree here when she was at school and now it's my grandsons' turn. My father, Ray Mansbridge, was a woodsman at Golden Downs for five years as well, so we have a long association with the forest." Geraldine's daughter Karen Carleton, also of Stanley Brook, planted a tree in the forest when she was at Tapawera Area School about 30 years ago. This week Geraldine's grandsons, Kahu Heta and Jack Hicks, continued the family tradition by planting their first trees in the forest. Pupils from nine schools attended last week's anniversary and Stoke School principal Pete Mitchener

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says visiting Coronation Forest is a good experience for the children because it gives them an insight into the forestry industry. "It makes the children realise the importance of forestry to Nelson - it's such a big part of our history and economy," Pete says. "It also ties in with our topic on manaakitanga, where we learned about looking after resources and the environment." Nelson Forests Andrew Karalus says Coronation Forest was the "brainchild" of Arnold Cork, a senior agricultural advisor to the Nelson Education Board. Andrew estimates that 40,000 children have planted trees in the forest over the last 60 years with about 350 visiting the forest this week. The anniversary also featured a presentation to long-serving forestry workers, John Ward and Don Cooper, and prizes for an school essay competition won by Mahana School's Bradley Gale. Musician Roger Lusby also performed a song he was commissioned to write for the 60th anniversary. New Zealand under-20 football star, Emily Jensen, was a guest speaker at the anniversary, which was also attended by representatives of Ngati Toa who are the new owners of Coronation Forest following the Te Tau Ihu treaty settlement.

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Locally Owned and Operated

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As you walk through the door of the Indian Cafe, you will instantly feel the warmth and homeliness of a welcoming smile and the fantastic aromas of inspired Indian cuisine. Founded in the heart of Nelson in Providers of superior business advice, accounting & tax services 2002 by Paul Lokhande and his wife Monu, The Indian Cafe has been the Indian restaurant of choice for locals We are proud to be associated with and tourists alike, and for nearly 12 Hospitality Award Winners years they have proudly served their loyal customers with the highest qualThe Indian Café. ity food and presentation, continually Congratulations to Paul and his team striving for culinary excellence and a memorable dining experience. Paul has been involved in the hospitality business his entire life, starting back Ph: 03 546 8860 Mob: 022 065 2839 in India 30 years ago with a degree in email colinlj@gmail.com PO Box 58, Nelson 7010 art and hotel management and catering technology. In 1990, he moved to New Zealand and spent five years Lighthouse working in a resort in Auckland be- The team from the Indian Café who won Outstanding Ethnic fore spending time in both Invercargill Cuisine, Restaurant of the Year, and Waiter/Maitre D of the Brewery and Christchurch. Finally settling in Year at the 2014 Nelson Hospitality Awards last month. “Naturally Brewed Locally.” Nelson, Paul worked in a couple of different restaurants before bringing his skills and In 2002 Paul and his wife Monu went a step furexpertise to the Harbourlight restaurant for five ther and opened their own business in Nelson. Situated on Bridge St the cafe only seated around years as manager and eventually as a partner. 40-50 people, but in 2005 their hard work and dedication paid off when they took home the award for Outstanding Ethnic Cuisine in the    hospitality awards. They did it again in 2008 after moving to their current Collingwood St premises, but 2014 has been the most successful year for The Indian Cafe with three new titles to hang on their wall for Restaurant of the Year, OutProud to supply The Indian Cafe standing Ethnic Cuisine and Waiter/Maitre D of the year. Paul says that winning these awards has 21 Echodale Place Ph: 547 0983 meant a lot to both him and the team, and they are extremely proud to have received such great results considering the high calibre of the competition they were up against. The Indian Cafe’s success comes down to some great food and a welcoming atmosphere which, in turn, is thanks to a fantastic staff. Barristers & solicitors While Paul brings his skills to the management side of the cafe, his wife Monu is the creative influence and is responsible for bringing that authentic Indian feel to their customers dining experience. Monu moved to New Zealand in 2000    and has been a great support to Paul throughout

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Lunch Mon-Fri 12-2pm. Dinner seven nights from 5pm the creation of The Indian Cafe. She is also passionate about interacting with their customers and making sure everyone is well looked after during their time at the cafe. The other two integral members of the team are head chef Bobby Chapagai and Maitre D Denise Gibson. Bobby is very particular about what he serves to his customers and, ever since day one of The Indian Cafe, he has led the kitchen team to create consistently superb Indian cuisine. He brings a huge wealth of knowledge and the very best recipes you will ever have the pleasure of tasting. Denise has also been with the cafe since the beginning and has a wonderful way with people, says Paul. Customers are always looked after to the best of her ability and if there is ever a problem, Denise will handle it so no one leaves disappointed. After almost 12 years of running the business and still maintaining success with customers and loyal staff, it’s easy to see that The Indian Cafe are doing

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Ph: 548 1166 You’ll find The Indian Cafe at 94 Collingwood St, Nelson. something right. The cafe itself is accommodated in an old villa and mixes the character and warmth of yesterday with the freshness and buzz of today. The music and design work together to create an Indian experience and warm ambience for customers. It is a place to feel at home, either inside at their intimate table settings or outside in their great courtyard area, and if you have a larger party for dinner,

The curries at the Indian Cafe are the best in town. You can eat in or takeaway.

their 20 person private dining space is the perfect spot. Whether it’s a meal before the movies, something to take away and enjoy at home or if you are in for a whole evening of excellent Indian food, The Indian Cafe can cater to all of your dining needs. Recently Paul and Monu moved to Australia for a change of scene and to create another branch of The Indian Cafe; sharing their love of hospitality and great food with our neighbours in Brisbane. They still return to Nelson often as they continue to manage both businesses. So when you are after a restaurant that offers quality cuisine, warm ambience and friendly service, Paul, Monu and the team welcome you to dine with The Indian Cafe and take a trip to India on your taste buds. To make a reservation at The Indian Cafe or place a take away order, call them on 548 4089. You can check out their menu at www.theindiancafe.com

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A BOOM TOWN In 1854, just 13 years after settlement, Nelson was still a small town of around 350 homes. But it was booming. It supported five flour mills, four breweries, four brick kilns, a candle factory, two

cloth looms, three cooperages to provide barrels for freighting, a flax mill and two tanneries. The district also had three coal mines, a copper mine, two lime quarries, a ship yard, boat yard and five sawmills.

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Nelson Yacht Club is officially opening the sailing season on Saturday 11th October. Everyone is welcome to come along and find out how they can get on the water this summer. There will be the first club racing of the season, and subject to favourable weather, we hope to be able to get people out on the water for a bit of a taster too! For training, bookings can be made for our popular Junior Watersports Programme, for both school holiday courses and term-time training. We have a Anytime the fish are biting! number of Adult Level 1 & Level 2 courses schedWe are open 24/7 uled over the summer and our Tuesday socials will be kicking off soon! Nelson Watersports Ltd. will be For you.... continuing to run windsurfing tuition and hire, and • Hot Coffee • Food & Pies to go now stand-up paddleboarding too! Contact Tim on Electronic Navigation Ltd (ENL) is proud to support Totally Boating at their upcoming expo. • Cold drinks • Fuel for the Come boat and info@nelsonwatersports.co.nz or 021 0250 3767 for visit us at our stand where we will be displaying a selection of Uniden VHF radios and FURUNO more information plotters, sounders and demonstrating DRS4W – the world’s first wireless that you can access ....And radar for the fishing directly from your iOS devices! • Bait • Berley With winter giving us its final show and summer • Jimmy’s bait • Last minute fishing on the horizon, now is the time to get out the boat A 4kW radaroutdoors. antenna,Mortimer powerfulUpholstery yet compact in size andenjoy the great tackle  No Covers extra wiring thethat power & Marine offer aneeded range ofexcept services will source, making installation a breeze  your Usertime selectable scale fromenjoyable. 0.125 to 24nm ...And to keep that fish fresh (or drinks cold) make out on range the water more  Two iOS devices – simultaneous operation Salt Ice From a wide range of covers, canopies, seat refurbishments, privacy screens, carpet linings and storDon’t goappfishing before Installation is simple. plug in the point powerofcord, set up the available from thestopping Apple store for age nets, they offer it Mount all and it, more. Their free. You can watch the radar image You are free to first. move around at BP2go Haven difference is the attention to detail theydirectly give to on eachyour iPad or iPhone. your boat whilst still having complete information of your surroundings. project and the fact that they listen to their customIt just might help you catch that big one! ers’ individual requirements, including them in the NB: iOSprocess devices dostart not come included with this product. manufacturing from to finish. They also 157 Haven Rd

In the lead up to the Nelson Provincial Museum's WW1 exhibition, Nelson Weekly and Waimea Weekly will be running images from the Museum's Glass Plate Collection of the unnamed WWI soldiers. If you know any information about any of the men photographed, please contact the musem by emailing history@museumnp.org.nz. Photos: Unnamed, Nelson Provincial Museum/F N Jones Collection:311775/313655.

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The Gun Shop in Motueka is offering one of their more fun prizes with their current promotion “win a deer”. Co-proprietor James Simpson says he and his dad Neil came up with the idea after listening to what their customers thought would be a great prize. The newly-opened firearms shop, opposite KFC in Motueka, is offering customers to go into a draw to shoot a fat fallow hind, with Doughboy Safaris in Murchison. Simply spend $50 or more to be eligible for the draw. “It’s a great opportunity for someone to fill the freezer and we guarantee that our winner will get one,” says James. The competition is open until it's drawn on October 20. More details in store.

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Growing your own fresh food is an attractive proposition for many people, but it’s not as easy as it seems. Agribusiness Training are offering keen gardeners the chance take part in their vegetable production course, a 10-12 month course of part-time study that looks at a number of important elements for the successful production and maintenance of plants. Agribusiness is a national agriculture/horticulture training provider and, through their year long course, students can complete a National Cer-

tificate in Horticulture, an industry recognised qualification. It’s not just for those looking to join the horticulture industry, home gardeners with a desire to improve their skills are more than welcome to take part and learn from local tutor, Kirsty Tough, as she guides them through the ins and outs of what can be a very rewarding hobby or career. The course covers a number of topics, from plant botany and understanding how plants work, to plant care, soil structure and using fertilisers and pest, disease and weed

control. Understanding plants is key to growing the best produce but the great thing about this course is that the lessons they learn are relevant to more than just vegetables. “It doesn’t have to be someone who is planting a vege garden,” says Kirsty. “We can apply all the principles we are learning to any sort of gardening, so you can plant flower gardens, trees and shrubs, any sort of horticulture growth.” To grab a spot in the next course that starts on September 24, call the Agribusiness office on 0508 247 428 ext 4 for an enrolment pack.

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children for preschool, the Tahuna Com- dening is a hobby you’d like to do socially. own Thursday Book Club. A new book is munity Centre has always been there to help Join the Garden Group each month for a dif- read each month and dissected along with families connect and be within reach of sup- ferent topic/venue to learn about alongside a some tea and coffee. It’s a great way to read port when it is needed. One of the important group of likeminded enthusiasts. The group something new and enjoy a lively discussion roles the centre caters to is meeting the needs meets on the first Wednesday of each month afterwards. of the high deprivation in the area and they for two hours so if it sounds like something • Playgroup and Preschool are also there for children to learn and develop in a do this through working with a service welcoming and friendly environment, called Food for Families. Every Tuesday it’s also a great opportunity for parents evening, between 5:30 and 6:30, a meal to connect with other mothers and fais provided for any families who wish thers in the community, and a new to come along, enjoy the food and meet adult-friendly space featuring a fitness and socialise with other people. The circuit is another way of bringing peoCentre is also starting a series of cookple together whether they are parents ing classes that aim to provide with children in the preschool or people those participating with recilooking to get active close to home and pes and ideas that are endlessly for low cost. adaptable to each individual Already the centre has such a diverse and situation. Each class will focus exciting range of activities on offer to on a different theme includbring the community together and with ing lunchbox week, party food their new building on the way, the staff week and some easy and tasty are looking forward to the new oppordinners to make cooking for a $ (New clients) family less of a hassle. Tahuna Community Centre staff Jo Lavington, tunities they can embrace and provide • Tahuna Community Centre Cushla Vass and Judy Robinson, welcome every- for people. Family support will be much more accessible as the building will offer have a number of activities for one to take advantage of their great facility. Renee Hikuroa staff far more privacy as they help guide getting active and out there, like Massage therapist their weekly Way2Go walking group to satisfy your green fingers then contact the members of their community facing issues towards a positive outcome or further help. which takes in the sights and sounds centre and get stuck in. of the community from the footpath • Summer will see twilight netball start at The centre are keen to hear from the public Ph 027 201 4212 or wherever your feet take you. If Saxton, or take part in one of their two cy- so they can get an idea of what people want 11b Tahunanui Drive walking isn’t your thing, maybe gar- cling groups, Rusty Riders for those who the centre to be and will be holding a public heavenlyhands@hotmail.com haven’t been in the saddle for meeting later on to discuss how the centre a while or Monday Movers can be used. Groups looking for a place to for those who are keen to ex- base themselves are also welcome to contact plore the railway reserve and the staff about how they can help grow and our other great bike paths in accommodate their activity within the TahuPodiatry & Reflexology na Community Centre. For more informathe area. • Maybe you prefer more tion on any of these services, or to make an • Relaxation • Toenails Trimmed reserved activities, Tahuna appointment or enquiry, contact the friendly  Public Sessions • Diabetic & general • Restorative reflexology Community Centre has its team on 548 6036. foot care and massage Sat/Sun: 1-3pm

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umpires needed New cricket umpires are needed this summer, or senior cricketers will have to umpire their own matches, warn current officials. The Umpires Association has lost John Bromley, who last season broke into the first class cricket scene but is tied up with work commitments in Timaru. Anyone interested in becoming an

umpire, even in a part-time role, is invited to come along to the Umpires Association’s AGM on Wednesday, September 10 from 7.30pm, at the Turf Hotel in Stoke. Or contact Umpires Association president Barry Blommaart 545 1398, appointments Errol Millar 546 7928 or secretary Damian Chapman 544 9709.

Mayor opens croquet season Croquet is harder than it seems and Nelson mayor Rachel Reese found that out first-hand at the croquet opening day last Saturday. With no croquet experience to call on Rachel began the opening day by running the first hoop of the season and then it was game on. Croquet Nelson is the umbrella organisation for all clubs in the Nelson region, of which there is Nelson Hinemoa, Richmond and Riwaka. Their opening day at the Hinemoa club last weekend was a chance for the members of all three clubs to get together, catch up with old acquaintances and prepare for the new season when friends become foes as they compete against each other in the upcoming tournaments. It was a successful day for the organisation with many members turning out for a spot of Golf Croquet, One-Ball and anything else that took their fancy. 'Croquet is for life' is a motto held

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Tennis club courting members Last year the Tahuna Tennis Club celebrated one of its best ever seasons, winning three major inter-club trophies – and this season hasn’t started off too bad either. The club hosted its annual open day on Saturday and club captain Mike Delaney says the club is in good heart. “We’ve got a really important sponsorship agreement with the Speight’s

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Ale House and a good strong membership of over 100.” He says another eight adults and more than 30 juniors signed up on the open day and he encourages anyone wanting to join up to get in touch. “All the inter-club competition is played during the week and on Saturday’s we have our club day, which is for players of all ability, everyone is welcome to

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Port Hills to Walters Bluff. Trevor Voyce and Ash Whitehead won the men's six-hour race with 2400 points, while Ingrid Richter, Suzie Wood and Eloise Fry teamed-up to win the women's section with 2300 points. Jacqui Keay, Brendan Carney and Mike Sheperd won the mixed section with 2240 points. "Trev and Ash only missed three or four check-points

and it sounds like it could have been all on to get them all if they had planned their route a little better," Brent says. "We weren't sure if we had enough check-points so we did end up putting some more out at the last minute - I don't know if it was good luck or good management, but we got it just right." Trevor agreed, saying "it was a great event and it makes

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you really appreciate where you live". In the three-hour race, Alex and Di Grigg won the mixed section with 1010 points, Malcolm Edridge, Nigel Kelly and Brad Wallace won the men's with 1070 points, and Tracey Perry and Mandy Medcalf-Stephens won the women's section with 1110 points. Brent says the event went smoothly, although the start and finish for the two races were "mayhem". "The start is like dropping a bag of marbles, the competitors scatter everywhere and then you don't see them until the finish three or six hours later and then it's mayhem again. But it went surprisingly well for a first-time event so we'll definitely look at running it again." The Nelson Orienteering Club's next event is this Sunday at Tahunanui, starting from 10.30am to 12.30pm.

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