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Nelson company, Coman Holdings Limited, is considering plans to develop land adjacent to the ASB Aquatic and Fitness Centre that could transform the intersection of Champion and Salisbury roads into the new northern gateway to Richmond. Last month, Progressive Enterprises announced it had purchased land from Richmond Funeral Services on the other side of Salisbury Rd, potentially for a new Countdown supermarket. Now Coman Holdings has confirmed it is planning to develop 5260 square metres of land at 149 Salisbury Rd that it purchased from the Tas-

man District Council - the land is opposite Raeward Fresh. “We haven’t yet made any decisions about what we will build on the site,” Coman Holdings director Bill Coman says. “We are considering a number of options and are talking with interested parties. The size of the land means there could be more than one development. You could do a variety of things there including retail, motels, cafes and other possible businesses.” Bill says the zoning of the land means it cannot be used for residential development.

Construction under way next to the ASB Aquatic and Fitness Centre. Coman Holdings Limited purchased the land because it is ideally situated as a destination on the edge of Richmond and close to Stoke and two major retirement villages.

“There is a lot of residential development occurring around that part of Richmond and it’s close enough to attract people from Stoke as well. We didn’t know about the Countdown development when we purchased the land but that just added to the viability of the site.” Work has already started on constructing an entranceway to the site and Bill says they are “certainly keen to get on with it”. However, the timing of the development would hinge on “securing an anchor tenant and developing and finalising a conceptual design”.

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And thanks to the ASB Aquatic and Fitness Centre, the list of items for this year’s auction is shaping up to be just as good, after centre manager Vaughan Hope last week presented a year’s membership to the fitness centre and pool valued at $1037. “It’s a wonderful prize and we really appreciate their support,” Walk With Us president Carol Shirley says. “They donated the same prize last year and it sold for more than its value, so I’m sure it will be a popular item again this year.” Although the charity is only just over a year old, Carol

says it is already gaining a lot of support from the business community. It is also being well received by schools and sporting clubs which benefit from the charity’s donations. “It started with eight businesswomen around Nelson who wanted to help the community. One of the women had been a school teacher and she said she’d seen quite a few children who needed new shoes. “We approached the schools and got good feedback and it grew from there. We’ve donated about 200 pairs of shoes so far and it’s growing all the time - we are expecting to grow and grow.” The charity is also supported by Stirling Sports and Num-

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ber One Shoes which have an agreement with Walk with Us so that children can redeem vouchers at their stores in Richmond and Nelson. Carol says they “already have some really good prizes” for this year’s auction that will be held at the Waimea Old Boys clubrooms on October 28, starting at 6.30pm. Tickets cost $10 and can be purchased at Haven Realty at 8 McGlashen Ave in Richmond, or by calling or texting Jill Taylor 021 0279 8424, Carol Shirley 027 667 2837 or Anne Marie Teece 027 544 8255 Anyone who would like to donate an item for the auction can contact Jill, Carol or Anne Marie.


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Murchison police constable, Mike McDougall, seems to be making a habit of saving people’s lives. Last May, Mike was the first officer on the scene after truck driver Stephen Sowman lost control of his vehicle on State Highway 6, north of Murchison, and crashed 30 metres down a bank into the Buller River. Mike was unable to reach the truck in the fast-flowing water, but raced back to Murchison to get a jetboat to ferry emergency services workers to the truck and save the trapped driver. Mike was in rescue-mode again last Friday, heading into the bush in the Rainy River with colleagues and three Murchison farmers to locate a hunter who called 111 at about 5.30pm to say he was lost. He gave his general location before his cell phone lost power preventing police from making further contact. The rescue party managed to make contact with the lost hunter about 10.30pm by ex-

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Murchison constable Mike McDougall has once again been hailed for his actions on the job after helping save a hunter near Rainy River last week. Photo: Barry Whitnall. changing rifle shots. By that time it was snowing heavily and there were concerns for the welfare of all involved. The group tried to move through the bush in formation towards the missing man. Mike eventually made voice contact

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Kahurangi National Park Rat and Possum Control Operation The Department of Conservation (DOC), as part of its Battle for our Birds programme, intends to apply cereal pellet baits containing sodium fluoroacetate (1080) in Kahurangi National Park. The pest control is being undertaken to protect native species from rats and possums.

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Approximately 270,000 ha Kahurangi National Park and other public conservation land between the Owen Valley in the south to Parapara Peak/Kahurangi Point in the north. The operation extends from western boundary at the coastline north from Kohaihai to the Wangapeka River boundary /Mt Arthur Range in the east. Major areas include (but not limited to): Heaphy Track; Wangapeka Track; Mt Owen; Cobb Valley and part of the Mt Arthur Tablelands.

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Cereal baits containing the pesticide 1080 will be distributed by helicopter over the above area. The 1080 baits are cylindrical pellets approximately 2-3 cm long, cinnamon-lured and dyed green. The 1080 operation will be preceded by an application of non-toxic prefeed baits. The non-toxic prefeed baits are 2 cm long and not dyed. All public walking tracks within the area will be closed during and immediately following the 1080 operation until a track inspection is completed. Warning signs will be placed at all normal points of entry to the area and at huts within the area immediately prior to the 1080 operation.

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The operation will commence with a single application of non-toxic prefeed baits on or after 23 September 2014. The application of 1080 bait will follow at least five days later. The area is divided in five operational blocks which may be treated at different times. The actual date of all parts of the operation will depend on the availability of periods of suitable weather. For further information contact the following offices of the Department of Conservation: Takaka Office: 62 Commercial St, Takaka (03) 525 8026. Motueka Office: Cnr King Edward & High Sts, Motueka (03) 528 1810. Westport Office: Russell St, Westport (03) 788 8008. A detailed map of the treatment area may be viewed at these offices (11am to 3pm Monday to Friday)

Firefighters from the Richmond Volunteer Fire Brigade and the Nelson Fire Brigade’s hazardous materials response team plan their next move, during last week’s chemical scare on Queen St in Richmond. Photo: Simon Bloomberg.

Chemical attack in Queen St It could be another week before police know the identity of the substance used in last week’s chemical attack on a Queen St store that closed down part of Richmond’s central business district for two hours. A 45-year-old man was chased and apprehended by a group of Waimea College students after he was seen throwing an unknown liquid onto a rack of clothes outside boutique clothing store, Captivation, at about 3.30pm last Thursday. The incident resulted in emergency services closing Queen St between Wensley Rd and Cambridge St and evacuating businesses, as a hazardous

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material team from the Nelson Fire Brigade removed the contaminated clothing. Nelson police spokesperson Barbara Dunn says the contaminated clothing has been sent to forensic scientists for testing, but it “could be at least a week before the results come back”. The chemical dissolved some of the clothing on the rack and shop owner Lea Lock was taken to hospital as a precaution after suffering from a sore throat but was later discharged. “The man has been charged with criminal damage which has a maximum sentence of seven years in prison so it is a serious charge regard-

less of the chemical,” Barbara says. “But the identity of the chemical will help guide any decisions that are made relating to this case.’ Nelson Bays police area commander, Inspector Steve Greally, praised the actions of Waimea College’s Pete Goldthorpe, Team Blacc, Jadyn Moore, Jayden Seddon and Panith Ear who apprehended the man. The students were walking along Queen St after school when they saw another man chasing the suspect. They set off in pursuit, jumping a fence into a church property where Team tackled the suspect.

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Dam cost will ‘shock’ ratepayers Simon Bloomberg Ratepayers will be in for a “shock” next month when they find out how much they may have to pay towards the proposed Waimea Community Dam after the Tasman District Council this week estimated the cost of the project at $60 million to $80 million. Council needed to forecast the cost of the proposed dam so that it can proceed with consultation on the funding and governance of the dam. TDC chief executive Lindsay McKenzie says an estimated cost is also needed for the budgets that will be incorporated into the council’s 2015-2025 Long Term Plan, if the project proceeds. The proposed dam is designed to store up to 13 million cubic metres of water in the upper reaches of the Lee River to supply irrigators on the Waimea Plains and urban and industrial users around the district Lindsay says a cost of $42 million had previously been quoted for the project but that figure is too low because it is based on 2009 dollars and would be inflated to $56 million by 2017-18 when construction is planned. The council will use a range of $60 million to $80 million because of the additional costs already incurred by the project and to allow for any uncertainty about “the end result”. Council will give ratepayers an indication of how much they will have to contribute towards the project after those figures are discussed by councillors next month. Although Tasman mayor Richard Kempthorne concedes ratepayers are likely to be “shocked” by the figures, he says the implications of canning the dam project are far more costly. “Without the dam and more water Richmond will stop growing. The dam will also provide water for Brightwater, Mapua and the Redwood Valley. “It is going to be a very expensive project and a lot of people will be shocked at the cost but there will be even bigger costs if we don’t have the water.” Lindsay says a further “engineer’s estimate” of the likely costs will be obtained before going to tender should the council decide to proceed. However, Lindsay says the real costs of the dam will be unknown until tenders are received for its construction. Richard says he is pleased “the approach to estimating the likely cost of the dam has been clarified”. A community consultation on the funding and governance arrangements for the proposed dam is planned to start next month and be completed before Christmas. Richard says council will know by next June whether or not it will proceed with the dam. “That’s when we will know if its go or no go.”

ORCHID SHOW: Richmond grower Eric Gaffa with some of the orchids he is entering in the Nelson Orchid Society’s annual show at the Stoke Primary School Hall this weekend. The show will be open from 10am to 5pm on Saturday and Sunday. Photo: Simon Bloomberg.

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November 1. Ryan says the time is right to close the book on Minuit. Paul and Ruth now live in Wellington and have just adopted a child and Ryan is working on several other musical projects in Nelson. He says they began working together in Nelson as a covers band with Ryan playing guitar, Ruth on drums and Paul on bass. Ryan then started to ex-

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The Brightwater Flower Show was the perfect introduction to spring. Daffodils, poppies, freesias and irises were all in full bloom at the Brightwater Memorial Hall, as the judges carefully scrutinised each bloom from the amateur section to the crème-de-le-crème of local flower breeders. Everything from flower shape, petal quality, colour and the orientation of the flower head added up to a first class flower and growers from Motueka, Richmond, Brightwater, Hope and Stoke were all hoping their pride and joy ticked the right boxes. At the end of the weekend event a number of awards had been handed out including the

Champion Bloom which went to Denise and Neil McQuarrie for their daffodil, Ohmeomy while Brightwater Daffodil of the Year was won by Mike Smith with his bloom Gold Lake. Brightwater School had a section of their own too after 100 daffodil bulbs were gifted to them in a fundraising activity. For all the daffodils brought back on the day, the Brightwater Horticultural Society donated five dollars towards a planned field trip and happily passed on a total of $250 to the school. Special awards went to Kaitlyn Thibodeau and her brother, Oliver, for their standout daffodils. The Brightwater Horticultural Society is now planning their summer show in January.

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e l p o e p d o o f h s Y ou r f re Tasman Music Trust tutor Simon Williams and chairwoman, Melanie Stewart, with Henley School music students, from left, Ruby Wardrope, Charlotte Doty, Elise Smith and Olivia Olsen. Photo: Simon Bloomberg.

New music trust set up to help our kids A new trust is being launched this week that aims to provide all primary school children in the Tasman district with the opportunity to learn how to play musical instruments. The Tasman Music Trust was formed by a group of musicallyminded parents and teachers and was officially launched at a function at Waimea College on Wednesday night. Chairwoman Melanie Stewart says the group decided to form the trust because they considered that some primary school students were missing out on opportunities to learn musical instruments. Melanie, who is Head of Music and Performing Arts at Waimea College, says they identified a number of reasons for this, including the cost of lessons, and will be targeting those issues. She says the trust aims to encourage young people to participate in music as a performer, by providing access to affordable instruments, music lessons and quality tuition. “We have the itinerant music teacher system in high schools and that makes music lessons affordable,” Melanie says. “But many primary school children need to get private

music lessons which can be expensive and also involve a lot of travel.” Melanie says they have already purchased four clarineos and two Pbones, which are smaller plastic versions of a clarinet and trombone respectively, and two flutes with help from sponsors Smith Contracting and the Car Company. The trust’s tutors are taking lessons at Henley, Appleby and Rotoiti schools with pupils hiring the instruments and paying just $8 for a group lesson. “We need to get more instruments because we can’t teach without them. We have had some really good support from the business community and we are hoping to get more as our profile increases.” One of the trust’s music tutors, Simon Williams, says the scheme will benefit young musicians because teaching children music at primary school “really accelerates their progress”. “You do get some students who start late but usually it makes all the difference if they can get lessons at primary school,” he says. Melanie says the trust also aims to set up scholarships for talented young musicians from families with limited financial resources.

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It pretty much costs the same to travel from Nelson to Wellington and Nelson to Auckland, makes no sense to me to be honest. It is so expensive! Jannelle Patterson. I paid $567 for my flights from Melbourne to Nelson (via Chch) return not that long ago for March 2015. I’m not kidding you when I say that $340 of that cost is for my flights to Nelson from Christchurch (return). It’s sick! And the only reason why I won’t come home more often is because I pay ridiculous fares within NZ and I think it is bloody stupid! Sort it out Air NZ. Zara (via website). Yes! Would love to be able to fly to Christchurch to see the kids grandparents but it’s way to expensive! We can fly from main centres to Oz

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and insurance on the building? I mean this is in the public eye and the grounds still need caring for. Glen Tomlinson.

Way too dear :-( Shirley Kelliher.

People need to be patient, two years is not long in the long term of life. And a major earthquake could kill lots of kids and families that would take longer than two years to get over. Peter James Davidson.

Yes! It costs a fortune to visit my parents and they are only in Invercargill. Jenny Dron. Trafalgar Centre closed until 2016: We need a venue for visiting artistes and the sooner the better. Nelson is missing out because of this. Brenda Kenny.

Community rallies behind family of deceased son: I thought it was disgusting that they had to pay out so much, just to bring their own child back home, but I am so happy that they have got so many people to help fund what they need and more. Much love to be sent to the whanau. Jannelle Patterson.

Nelson is missing out on events because of this. Vicky Degroot. 2016? Is that fast? Why don’t they get a few more workers. Rayon Mackenzie.

If they get more money than the transport cost, will it go to help others? Lots of very ill people in need. Jo Bishop.

Rachel will reopen both just before the 2016 local body elections... Rick Miller. I can understand why the new Trafalgar Centre would take so long, but the School of Music??? Seems a bit extreme to me. Philippa Foes-Lamb.

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Choosing the right bank for your business can have a significant impact on its success. If you have ever owned a small business, you will know that selecting a bank is a time-consuming process. In addition to building the business and attracting and retaining customers, there is the added stress of organising a suitable financial structure. A small business owner may look to a bank or their Accountant to help. All banks will advertise that they have a version of a ‘business banking expert’. The level of efficiency, experience and autonomy with these staff is largely dependent on the size of your business. Turnover and debt levels are key aspects in regard to the seniority of the business banking manager that will be assigned to look after your accounts. Your location will also be a factor as many banks do not have business banking staff located in smaller towns. If you are a small business, with no or minimal debt levels, it is unlikely you will have a close and active relationship with a ‘business banking expert’. If you are also located in a smaller town, the best you can often hope for is a phone discussion via a 0800 to someone you may never meet face to face. Think about your experience with your current bank. Who do you talk to when you have a problem with your account? Is there a branch nearby where you can make deposits conveniently? Is the person ultimately responsible for making decisions on your loan located at the local branch? As your business grows, the convenience of dealing with these types of day-to-day account issues will play a big part in your satisfaction with your banking relationship. An established, personal relationship with a bank will make it easier for you to manage finances. The business banking market is competitive, so if you aren’t getting the personal service from your existing bank, don’t be afraid to ask for something better, or shop around for a new ‘business banking expert’. You deserve the service, no matter how big or small your business is.

More Businesses are choosing NBS . . .

Russell Campbell of Inhaus Developments Ltd

“With NBS I have access to an experienced and local Branch Manager who knows my business and can make their own decisions.”

Just a thought...

We are living in days when religion, politics, and world-stability are highly inter-related. I guess there has always been a degree of this, because most people have some sort of code, values, or social principles by which they live, and for the three great monotheistic religions, these principles for living a good life come from a shared understanding that there is a mind behind our world, which is described as God Almighty. When we assess religious values and virtues, it depends very much on our understanding of the character and purpose of this God of all creation. The current threat to world stability, peace, and order, is the various Islamic sects, which have a view of God as One who would use anarchy, disorder, mass murder, as a means of bringing about something supposedly better! So you have to ask the deeper question, and that is this: “if there Allan Wasley is a God of creation who made and has a clear plan for God’s earth, is that God a god willing to break all the rules about loving one another to set up some understanding of the Kingdom of God on earth? This is, is this God primarily a God of wrath, of murder, of slaughter of the innocents – a God who uses military might in the cause of injustice and wholesale murder of men, women and children, desiring to manipulate world events to achieve that goal? Well if God created the world, and God saw it was good, despite the advent of choice and sin – then God has a heart of love, compassion and care for those he created, I reckon. That’s the God we read about in the Bible – a God who created us to know him personally, and to live by his principles (the commandments) the greatest of these is to love God and to love one another. Surely if God’s very nature is one of creative love, compassion, mercy, justice, and forgiveness – then we should recognise true faith in the God of truth, to bring about good things for this earth and not bad. To heal, to forgive, to renew and to cleanse us, that we might know God and live in a way that honours both God and others around us. That’s my theory about religion, and in Jesus I see a picture of God as a caring shepherd who knows each person and cares about their well-being.

Martin Searle of Parker Panel and Paint

“NBS provides great service and I enjoy having a locally based branch to manage my accounts.”

James Dean of Deans Nursery Limited

“It’s fantastic to be with a local bank who has such a rich history and who contributes so much to our regions sporting and cultural organisations.”

Toni Lane Branch Manager Richmond 207 QUEEN STREET. RICHMOND. 03 543 8203. www.nbs.co.nz NBS Terms & Conditions and lending criteria apply. NBS is not a registered bank.

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NEW BUILDING, NEW LOCATION Visit us at the beginning of Beach Rd, Richmond (23 Stratford St)

PH: 541 0607 Totalspan is New Zealand’s first choice for high quality durable steel buildings because they are the market leaders in delivering a comprehensive range of engineered steel, portal framed buildings for the domestic, lifestyle, rural and commercial sectors. Totalspan Nelson has maintained that reputation for strong, hard working buildings that are designed and constructed to last a lifetime. For 10 years the company has operated in the Nelson, Tasman region, offering customers incomparable service, first from their premises in the Wakatu Industrial Estate and now from their new site on Beach Rd, Richmond. Owners Gillian and Jay Irving bought and developed the current site to showcase the commercial options that Totalspan products can be applied to. The days of Totalspan simply being an answer to your residential garage or lifestyle shed requirements are gone as they have grown to incorporate much more large scale

buildings. The adaption of their products into the commercial sector have been realised as an economic and cost effective solution and many customers have taken the opportunity to enhance their business with a Totalspan building. However, they can still do anything from a small utility shed to a double garage. When it comes to building with Totalspan Nelson, communication is key to creating the structure you require and communication is exactly what they offer. “Our goal is to optimise communication so our clients are always informed about what they’re getting. We hope that clients get what they expect, there are no hidden costs, and we simply aim to provide an efficient and cost-effective service,” says Gillian. Whether you have a sketch or even just a brief in your head, Totalspan will work with you to draw up concept plans that not only suit your situation and land, but also your budget. They can put it through

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council consent and will project-manage the construction to whatever stage you are happy with. Their aim is to offer their clients as much as possible from a simple shed shell to a fitted out building with electrical wiring and plumbing. As the company has developed, the services they offer have expanded to accommodate their clients’ needs and make the process easy and efficient. Totalspan Nelson can now liaise with sub-trades people to complete any number of jobs from drain-laying and plumbing to electrics. You can also expect a friendly face to talk to and a door that’s always open when you need to discuss an existing or new project.

From a local level, Totalspan Nelson have been in the area 10 years and over that time have completed around 450 builds in the Nelson, Tasman region. Customers can come on site and get a real feel for the final product by seeing and touching the materials, unlike a lot of companies in their industry. Being operated by locals also means Totalspan Nelson have a specialised knowledge of the area and can provide guidance on the best options for a successful garage, shed or commercial space. Totalspan buildings are diverse in their uses and there is something for every situation. The right combination of style and practicality means they

are the ideal solution for the small farm or lifestyle block. From the classic heritage barn, to a range of shelters, storage and utility sheds, Totalspan will build them tough for local conditions yet still maintain a stylish look that will suit any property. Their residential buildings use a mixture of modular design and the ability to tailor make components at the manufacturing stage to offer a unique and flexible solution, whether its storage facilities and garages, carports, utility sheds and everything in between. Totalspan also offer a new way of living with their Barnhouse range. You can enjoy the delights of country life with the ability to create a

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Jay Irving and Shane Mickell of Totalspan will draw up a concept plan that suits your location and budget. home that reflects your style and caters to your everyday life. The Barnhouse range can be customised for any situation whether it’s a working homestead, a relaxed seaside bach or a warm family home.

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As a local company, Totalspan Nelson works alongside New Zealand farmers to develop a range of farm buildings that perform best in the local environment and the extremes of local weather conditions. Totalspan farm buildings

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PH: 541 0607 are hard working and hard wearing, standing up to anything rural life throws at them. The open span framework and modular design gives you plenty of room for day to day life and can be applied to a range of jobs on the farm from stabling and storage, to workshop, garage and workers quarters. The commercial sector is now a major focus for Totalspan Nelson and when you need a building that works as hard as you, they have the right selection of buildings for any operation. Alternatively, you can work withthe team to create a purpose built design to cover all your needs exactly. Whether it’s a factory or a showroom you’re after, a storage unit or an airplane hangar, Totalspan Nelson can design and build it. Their steel buildings and sheds include a selection of heights and widths to accommodate any piece of machinery with the option to customise or add on to each building with a variety of additional options and accessories including cabling and lighting, door widths, partitions and special features. What make Totalspan Nelson’s buildings even better is their five year workmanship guarantee and their 25 year structural guarantee. Every building is constructed by Totalspan Nelson’s professional team and they stand behind their products 100

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Totalspan’s new site on Beach Rd, Richmond. per cent, knowing that they will serve you well in any situation. Make your Totalspan building unique with a range of cladding and colour options or add extra features like a work bench, awning, skylight, shelves or a whirly bird roof vent. The choices are all yours ensuring you get the building you need and want. If you’re looking at getting your own Totalspan building for the farm, home or commercial venture, take advantage of Totalspan Nelsons October promotion. All their kitset buildings are available for

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some crazy deals and there are four utility sheds to be won. Visit their website to find out how to be in to win. For a hard working, great looking farm building, a warm and comfortable barnhouse home, efficient commercial premises or a handy utility shed, Totalspan Nelson offer you only the best, so for more information on the range of Totalspan buildings, visit the friendly team at Totalspan Nelson at the start of Beach Rd, Richmond or visit the website at totalspan.co.nz to see examples of their range of products.

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C hristmas F unctions Stoneridge Cafe combines the elegance of period design with the tranquillity of courtyard dining and expansive park-like grounds, to offer you the ultimate special occasion’s venue. From birthdays and weddings to Christmas functions, Stoneridge Cafe can cater to any event with scrumptious food and dedicated staff. Set in a beautifully refurbished warehouse, the cafe features an ornate bar, mezzanine with balcony and hedge maze, perfect for adding a touch of fun to the occasion. Not only does the cafe benefit from a stunning atmosphere, owner Alexa Halsey and her team are passionate about making your function something wonderful, setting the standard for customer service in hospitality. Enjoy a mouth-watering buffet-style dinner or set menu meals that will make any event a delicious success, and if your function so desires, there is plenty of room to set up gazebos and take advantage of the treed grounds. To book your next function with Stoneridge Cafe, email them at stoneridgecafeandmaze@gmail. com or phone 544 0703. The Monaco Kitchen (TMK) is the perfect location for your end-of-year unwind, offering a range of delicious regional cuisine. TMK introduces a whole new approach to enjoying delicious food, fabulous regional produce, craft beers and wines, and a relaxed vibe – simply perfect for your end of year unwind. TMK’s menu is stuffed to the gills with flavour - it’s all about small bites and sharing plates with work colleagues, friends and family. With an emphasis on regionallyproduced ingredients, Nelson-born and bred head chef Jay Olsen and his team are taking a totally different approach to what has gone before. Small Bites and Sharing Plates feature large on the menu and give the opportunity to mix and match, whereas diners wanting something more substantial are well catered for by a range of Feast plates, all complemented by craft beers and wines and warm, engaging service! Situated on the edge of Nelson’s premier golf course, The 19th Bar & Cafe faces the stunning Mt Arthur Ranges, making for an idyllic location to celebrate your special occasion. Everyone is welcome to take advantage of all that The 19th has to offer, including a knowledge of local wineries and breweries that can be utilised to provide the essential beverage to toast any gathering. To book your function at The 19th contact them on 548 5029 or 027 552 2979.

For the best Chinese in town to feed your hungry Christmas function, give Eastern Cuisine a call. They are taking bookings now and their Richmond restaurant is the perfect place to celebrate the end of the year with seating for around 60-80 people. Anything goes when it comes to keeping their guests happy and while you enjoy your traditional Chinese favourites, you’ll also love the great atmosphere and service of the Eastern Cuisine team. Whether you prefer a set menu or to order ahead for the entire group, there is nothing they can’t cater for and their menu offers only the best in Chinese cooking along with a selection of local New Zealand wines and spirits which are traditionally enjoyed with Chinese food. Give Eastern

An ideal venue for your Christmas Function • Located at Nelson Golf Club • Picturesque views • Spacious decks • Full catering Great food and drink overlooking fantastic views. Book in today or call us to discuss your options!

Cuisine a call on 544 3132 or pop into the restaurant at 275 Queen St to discuss how they can cater to your crowd.

Experience the magic of Monaco. There is no better location in Nelson to celebrate the end of the year. Don’t leave it too late, book your function now.

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C hristmas F unctions Nothing makes a successful Christmas function like good food and excellent service, and Petite Fleur offer both from their tranquil setting in the Seifried Estate winery and vine-

yard, and also with their outside catering. Their three function rooms can cater to nearly any size, and their beautiful setting overlooks the splendour of the vineyard and mountains.

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Whether you want to pass around canapés or enjoy a sitdown meal, Petite Fleur offer a full range of exquisite dining options in house, or if you have a specific venue in mind, take

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Petite Fleur's three function rooms can cater to nearly any size. advantage of their highly-regarded catering services. They can successfully cater for 2-2000 guests for any type of function, including corporate conferences, meetings, weddings, gala dinners, Christmas functions, product launches and office parties. Browse the selection of food available online

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The Tides Restaurant at Trailways Hotel is the perfect way to let your inner child out; you’ll be surprised at how Christmas party ever, but if driving isn’t your forte have a place for your Christmas function. Our special Christmas much fun it is. Blast has the largest range of bouncy cas- go at Pro Combat Laser Tag. Using the world’s best outmenus, starting from $31 per person for 3 courses, pro- tles in the South Island as well as a variety of other fun door laser tag guns, Pro Combat is one of Nelson’s newest vide a wonderful dining experience for your group. With and entertaining activities, from Zorb Balls and mini hot and most exciting activities. Put some fun and adrenalin Christmas decorations throughout the restaurant, treats rods to a chair-o-plane and water walkers. Book for your into your next function with Pro Karts or Pro Combat, on your table and live music on some nights, we have a work function now and mention this advertisement to and book now on 548 5278. great Christmas atmosphere. We can cater for groups as receive a 10 per cent discount. With a small as 10 or as large as 150 people. Or, if you just prefer hire of five hours, no cancellation fees drinks and nibbles, contact us about options in the Tides for wet weather, no deposit taken and Bar and riverside terrace. free delivery and pick up Book early and we will within Nelson/Tasman, provide an extra gift with get onto the website at selected menus - a $50 www.haveablast.co.nz and THE COST-EFFECTIVE, RESPONSIBLE AND voucher for every ten peobrowse their huge range of ple who dine at The Tides entertainment options to FUN TRANSPORT OPTION Restaurant & Bar. The perkeep everyone bouncing at Give us a call or email for information and a fect bonus for a staff memyour next event. quick no obligation quote. Our comfortable ber or as a thank you for Put some fun and adrenalin into your coaches range from 12 to 53 seaters and the party organiser! As a next function and try out the new karts Pro Karts are here to ofof course the 69 seat double-decker. From recent diner said ”From at Pro Karts. fer you fast and furious climate control to sound systems your group the moment we stepped fun for your end of year will love travelling with Nelson Coachlines. in the door - we felt like we were going to have a "special function, whether it’s a group of eight night out". The tables were beautifully presented, and the or eighty. They are the only go karts in Ph: 548 3256 Email: tomh@nelsoncoachlines.co.nz staff couldn't have been more friendly and courteous. The Nelson and offer a range of racing packwww.nelsoncoachlines.co.nz food was divine, from the entrees through to the desserts. ages to suit individual drivers or teams. One of the best dining experiences we have had in years.” There is nothing more fun than a bit of For more information or to book phone 548 7049 or 0800 friendly competition as you race round 872 459 their Tahunanui track and Pro Karts are more than happy to open outside Blast Bouncy Castles supply fun entertainment for all their standard hours to accommodate ages and occasions from kid’s parties, weddings and gala’s, any group bookings. Their new Frenchto work functions and local fundraisers. Not only is it a made Sodi Karts will make you feel like great way to keep the kids occupied, it’s also the perfect a pro so be in quick to organise the best

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The Brightwater Community Association invites you to its Open Meeting on Monday 6 October to hear our guest speaker, Senior Constable Marty Tutton of the Wakefield Police, speaking on “Safety in Your Neighbourhood”. The meeting will be held in the Staffroom at Brightwater School in Ellis Street, and will commence at 7.30pm. All Brightwater residents are welcome to attend. We will be welcoming to this meeting our new secretary, Barry Inglis. It’s really good to see that Spring has arrived and now is a good time to get out and enjoy all the facilities around our district. This is also the perfect time to remind you of the Brightwater Walking Group who meet every Monday morning at the Brightwater Hall carpark. Walks commence at 9.30 am sharp, and last about one hour. All are welcome. For further information contact Judith on 5423744. Another sign of spring and summer will be the hanging flower baskets on the verandas of the Ellis Street shops, thanks to Sally Symonds. Andy McQueen, Chairperson Brightwater Community Association High Times at Waimea Senior Care High Tea It was all go on Saturday 6 September in the grounds of St Pauls’ Community Church with a wedding, a

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birthday party and the Senior Care High Tea. The High Tea was hosted and funded by the Anglican Church, while the Nelson School of Music’s ‘Schola Musica’ provided musical entertainment. This is a group of young, talented and enthusiastic musicians directed by well-known local artists, Margaret and Fleur Jackson. Those in attendance enjoyed an afternoon of tasty treats and a wonderfully varied musical programme. Money raised was gifted to a family in the community facing major health issues, to Schola Musica in support of their development, to St Johns Wakefield to help purchase a new fridge, and St Pauls, Brightwater, for their vicarage fund. We are delighted to be able to announce that Margaret Jackson, together with her quartet ‘La Vida’, will be returning to Brightwater in December. They will play an hour-long programme of Christmas music at St Pauls Church, Brightwater on Sunday, December 21 at 7pm. This will be a fantastic community event and a great opportunity to take time out from the Christmas rush. Old St

Pauls will be specially decorated for Christmas and the music will be followed by a community supper. $2 per person, $5 per family. Brightwater Community Anglican Church

Lawn Bowls in Brightwater Brightwater had its own bowling club from 1937 until 2000. The green was situated in Centennial Park where the beach volleyball court is now. When the Brightwater Club closed, bowlers joined the Wakefield Bowling Club and some still retain active membership there. Many Brightwater residents currently play at the Wakefield Club, including President, Peter Sisterson, Vice President, Julie Hall and fellow Board members, Linda Sisterson, John van der Laan and Maurice Benjes. Wakefield Bowling Club has a newly reseeded, live green for the summer, plus a synthetic green for play all year round making it a great facility. The summer season opens on Saturday 27 September at 1pm. New members are welcome to join the club.

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Taylors Community Gym is now open providing the Brightwater community with a truly local fitness centre. Yvette and Diane invite Brightwater locals to join the gym, either as members or in the fitness classes. Taylors Community Gym – Wanderers Sports Club Yvette Grant and Diane Drogemuller are excited to be able to offer the Brightwater community a fully functioning and convenient fitness centre. Taylors Community Gym is almost officially up and running and is here to offer the Brightwater community a practical fitness centre. The need for a community friendly gym saw the equipment from Wanderers clubrooms make a quick trip over the playing field, and along with the addition of some new pieces, has been turned into a workout space that is both friendly and convenient. Everyone is welcome to become a member and get access to the gym whenever they want, or take advantage of the personal trainers and fitness classes. The Boot Camp class and Circuit Classes are an excellent way to boost your fitness, strength, movement and lose body fat. Their weekly run classes are available now so for

anyone interested, call the numbers below to book. Circuit Class: (Wednesday 10.30am, Thursday 6.30pm, Friday1.30pm)Circuit training is an excellent way to improve movement, strength and fitness. The circuit training comprises of strength exercises that are completed one exercise after another. Each exercise is performed for a specified number of repetitions or for a set time before moving on to the next exercise. Boot Camp: (Mondays and Wednesdays at 6pm) Strength and Conditioning using many different components of training such as body weight or resisted exercises to lose body fat, improve fitness and strength. Classes run weekly, each class taking from 45mins to 60mins and are suitable for all levels of fitness. Limited spaces so please book. Cost: Members $12, Nonmembers $15. To book or for more information contact Chez Ph 027 327 1625 or Bryony Ph

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Please contact: 03 548 9588 or PO Box 853, Nelson 7040 Frederick George McKee (Serial No. 6/308) was born on 25 July 1892 to parents Arthur and Martha Gore McKee, of Tasman, Nelson. McKee worked as a fruit farmer in Nelson before enlisting as a Sergeant for service during World War One. He enlisted from Tasman, and joined the Canterbury Infantry Battalion. He embarked on 16 October 1914 from Lyttelton for

Egypt. The last unit he served in was the Canterbury Infantry Regiment, 2nd Battalion. He was promoted to Second Lieutenant which was the last rank he held. McKee was killed in action on 20 September 1916 at the Somme, France. His memorial is located at Caterpillar Valley (New Zealand) Memorial, Caterpillar Valley Cemetery, Longueval, Somme, France.

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Lizzie Wesley-Smith of Nelson on her way to winning the women’s section of the Abel Tasman Coastal Classic on Saturday. Photo: Chris Symes/Shuttersport.

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Junior touch rugby is returning to Jubilee Park next month. The Waimea Old Boys summer touch module for primary aged kids starts on October 22. The club is now calling on teams to register for the competition, which

Nelson’s Lizzie Wesley-Smith was the fastest woman in Saturday’s Abel Tasman Coastal Classic, completing the 36 kilometre trail run from Awaroa to Marahau in under three hours. Lizzie has already gone sub-three hours in a marathon recording that milestone in Auckland in 2012 and she completed an equally impressive run along the Abel Tasman track on Saturday in 2 hours 54 minutes 50 seconds. She finished eighth overall and just two minutes short of Eveline Coombe’s 2001 record, which was an outstanding result in cold, wet conditions. Florence Van Dyke of Auckland was second in her first serious long distance race while Wellington’s Nicole Walker was third. David Fitch of Christchurch won the men’s race in 2 hours 38 minutes 38 seconds finishing ahead of Greymouth’s Ben Aynsley and early pace-setter Matt Pepler of Christchurch. No records were broken but the three survivors from the first race, Chris Gates, Colin Rolfe and Owen Rowse, all completed their 21st consecutive Abel Tasman Coastal Classic. The top 10 Nelson runners were: Nick Crocker, 2.52.47; Lizzie Wesley Smith, 2.54.50; Chris Gates, 3.09.16; Richard Bamfield, 3.24.26; Barry Davies, 3.27.58; Frances Adams, 3.29.22; Nigel Muir, 3.29.49; Anthea Lees, 3.32.18; Elizabeth Roberts, 3.33.29.

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Nelson cyclist leading the blind in Spring Challenge One of Nelson’s most versatile cyclists, Brenda Clapp, thought she had done it all when it came to bike racing, but this Saturday she faces a new challenge when she lines up in the all-women Spring Challenge adventure race near Hokitika. Brenda has competed in a variety of road and mountainbike races on an intriguing selection of bikes including single-speeds and tandems. Although she will be getting back on her tandem mountainbike for Saturday’s team’s multisport race the big difference will be that the person on the back will be blind. But Brenda isn’t expecting that to slow them down. Brenda’s blind team-mate, Wellington’s Neelu Memon, is a super-fit athlete having been the first legally blind person to complete the Coast to Coast in 2012 and last month climbing Africa’s highest peak, the 5895 metre Mt Kilimanjaro. “She has raced on a tandem on the track at the Paralympics and she’s done the Coast to Coast so she’ll be really fit,” Brenda says. “It will just be a matter of communicating with her all the time we are riding and letting her know what’s coming up.” Neelu lost her sight after contracting a rare autoimmune illness and lapsing into a coma for four months when she was 16. She used sport to challenge herself during a lengthy rehabilitation and now the 30-year-old races competitively in road and track cycling and multisport events. Brenda will be the latest in a line of Nelson athletes and adventurers to team-up with Neelu. Spring Challenge co-organiser and world championship-winning adventure racer, Nathan Fa’avae, paddled a kayak across the Cook Straight with Neelu in 2012 while Peter Coeland and Sue Baillie climbed Kilimanjaro with her last month. It was Neelu’s association with Nathan that led to her contacting Brenda about piloting a tandem bike in the Spring Challenge. “Neelu rang Nathan and said she needed a new challenge and he suggested that she could do the Spring Challenge,” Brenda says. “She needed a pilot for the tandem so Nathan contacted me.”

Brenda Clapp rides her tandem mountainbike with Heather Bates on board during a training ride on the Tasman Great Taste Trail last Sunday. Photo: Simon Bloomberg.

Race co-organiser Jodie Fa’avae says Neelu is a “real goer” and predicts that she will be able keep up with the fastest competitors. “These races always come down to teamwork and that will be even more important for Neelu. There will be times when she will have to slow down because of the terrain but she has really good support, especially on the bike with Brenda.” Brenda’s team, Limitless With Support, is competing in the six-hour section of the race which also has a three and nine hour version. The Spring Challenge has attracted 1068 athletes who will race in 356 teams maintaining its record as the country’s biggest adventure race. Jodie says that Nelson’s Sophie Hart and Susie Wood and Canterbury’s Fleur Pawsey, who finished second last year, are likely to start as favourites to win the nine hour race. Nelson’s R and R Sport team of Ingrid Richter, Eloise Fry and Elina Ussher will also be one of the fastest teams. “The course will probably suits a strong team like R and R and Ingrid is a really good navigator. It’s going to be a really good race between those two teams - it will come down to who’s best on the day.”

Brenda says she and her other team-mate, Although Brenda and Neelu have not had Wellington’s Amy Hamerton, will also a chance to train together, that won’t be a have to guide Neelu on the trekking stag- problem. Brenda is a vastly experienced es probably using short bungey ropes at- bike rider and has been training on her tached to their arms. tandem mountainbike with friend Heather “This is going to be a big challenge and I’m Bates, who is the same size as Neelu, to get really going to be relying on the support used to her weight. from my two team-mates,” Neelu says. “In all the other races I have done I have been able to train specifically for the event. “But with this one we don’t Our locals pick their winners find out where we are going until the night before. We don’t know where we North Counties North are going or what the terHarbour Bay of Plenty Taranaki Waikato Manakau Harbour Tasman Round 7 rain will be like so it’s revs vs vs vs vs vs vs Canterbury Northland Auckland Manawatu Wellington Hawkes Bay Otago ally going to push me to the limit. Dick Baker 34/46 “Communication will be really important especially on the bike. I’ve ridden a 33/46 tandem on the track a lot Ben Brownie but I’ve only been on a mountainbike once. “It’s going to be quite scary 33/46 Mark Milne because the terrain will be so rough. It will be a whole new challenge.” Chris Shand 33/46

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Richmond Park Sunday Market, At the Showground’s Every Sunday 10am – 2.00pm Crafts, Produce, plants, small goods PARISH SPRING FAIR Sat. 18 Oct. 8 am - midday. Wesley Centre 4 Wensley Rd Richmd (opp TDC). All the usual stalls. If you have goods to donate please ph 544 8394. Death Rays from Outer Space. Nelson Science Society lecture by Barry Korcheski. Plus live demos. Thursday 2 Oct., 730pm, Cawthron Institute rooms off Milton St.. Gold coin, All welcome. Shabby Chic Market day on Sat 27 Sept. We are fundraising for a charity called iBringFreedom who work in East Asia rescuing trafficked girls. We have a silent auction, fundraising stall & a gold coin entry all proceeds go to this charity. Yoga For Every Woman: Contours Richmd, Monday 4pm, Wednesday 5:45pm, Thursday 9:30am Develop flexibility, increase range of motion, reduce stress, cultivate core awareness, challenge your muscles, improve balance, & have fun. $15/casual or $100/10 class card Craft us a noticeboard! Come & help make a funky free new noticeboard for the Children’s space at Richmd Library. Fri. 3 Oct., 10.30-11.30am. Suitable 7+. F Springtastic Storytime. Free family fun at Richmd Library for 4-9 year olds; preschoolers welcome with an adult. Mon 29 Sept., Tuesday 30 Sept., Wednesday 1 Oct.. 11am – 12noon. Also Mountain bike tips & tricks at Richmd Library. Get the most out of your bike & gear. Spot prizes. Bikes optional. Tues 30 Sept, 2.30-4pm. Ages 10+. $2 Register at library. Also Storytelling with Roger Sanders. An hour of enchantment with tales from around the world. Suitable 4-8 years. Pre-schoolers bring an adult. Thurs. 2nd Oct.. $2 per person, register at the Library for both events. The Art of Mindful Living in the tradition of Thich Nhat Hanh-Sister Shalom returns to Nelson for a public talk ( Thurs, 9 Oct, 7-9pm, Fairfield House) & 2 days of deepening mindfulness (11-12 Oct, register

with Libby 021 0326476 or libbynewton@xtra.co.nz) CONCERT: 7pm Sat. 11 Oct. Join Nelson Bays Harmony presnts a fun-filled musical world tour, featuring NZs top women’s barbershop quartet & visiting Sweet Adelines from across NZ. Tickets $10 from Club Waimea; by ph: 5481769; or online www.nelsonharmony.org.nz. Seats limited so be in quick! Walk with Us fundraising auction (shoes in primary sxchools) drinks & canapes Tues 28 Oct at 6.30 pm Waimea Old Boys club rooms Gladstone Rd. Tickets from Haven Realty 8 McGlashen Ave, Richmnd or call Anne Marie Teece 027 544 8255, Jill Taylor 021 027 98424 EVEN MORE FUN WITH 3 BALLS. Have I got your attention? We are a small & very friendly group of mainly mixed seniors which meet each Tues am at Hope for Petanque.We’d love to have new members. No kit needed, play with our balls. Have fun, live a little. Ph: David 544 0416 FASHION CENTRAL & MADE FOR MEN Fashion Parade Fri 3rd Oct 7pm, Nick Smith’s Mtg Rooms, 544 Waimea Rd. Fundraiser St Francis Church. Tickets incl tea/coffee/cake/entertainment $15 from Lesley 5474433, Lemon Tree Lane Strawbridge Square or WOW & Classic Car Museum Marching Girls aged between 4 & 9 years required for an Introductory Team starting training soon. Please Ph. Jodie, Marching Nelson’s Coaching Coordinator on 547-5117 for more information. NEW DRAMA CLASS with Nikkie Karki! 10 - 12 yrs. Develop basic performance skills & acting techniques. You will create a piece of theatre as an ensemble & perform this alongside experienced actors at the Enchanted Evening in December. Enquire or register at www.bodyinspace.co.nz Nelson/Tasman Endometriosis Network invite you on Mon. 22 Sept 7.30pm Contour Roofing 41 Venice Pl Stoke to hear Ange Palmer, Clinical Medical Herbalist “Happy Hormones & Herbal Medicine” addressing fertility, energy & health with good living.

All welcome Gold Coin Donation. Info Ph 5441724 New Angie’s AquaFit on Thursdays. Starts 11th Sept. Suitable for all levels from beginners to the well seasoned. Get ready for summer. Lose weight & tone up. Thurs 3.30pm-4.30pm, $7 Ngawhatu Pool , Stoke Angie 547 0198 Hira Dark Sky Party. Thurs. 25 Sept at Hira School. Warm drinks, sausage and fish wraps available on sale from 6PM as school fundraiser, Star gazing with Nelson Science Society , Astronomy Section & sky maps provided from 7PM, gold coin donation. Indoor astronomy lecture if bad weather. Paul widlands.nelson@gmail.com. Exhibition@Richmd Library Paintings by Meredith Thorpe exhibition, Richmd Library ‘til 30 Sept. Greenacres Golf Club Grandfathers Tournament 25 Sept. Tee off time 10:30. $10 Entry Fee - Entries Close 18 Sept. Email entries to bestisland@xtra.co.nz Craft Potters in Hope are having a Wednesday morning class and start an evening class Tuesday, Oct 14, suitable for all levels. Bring an apron. Enquiries craftpotters@ts.co.nz or 5423727. Annual festival at Nelson Lakes to raise money for emergency services. Stallholders invited - Festival Nelson Lakes , St.Arnaud ,Sun 18 Jan. 2015 - contact janthomsonart@gmail.com (03 5211999) Richmond Kindergarten Fundraising raffle: A ticket is drawn each day in Sept: Tickets $2 each. Great Prizes. To buy a ticket call Di at Richmond Kindergarten 5445588 or Jacinta Boyd 021 269 7256 Plunket Baby Bonanza Sat. Oct 18 9am-12pm Hope Hall, Richmond Sell your pre loved children’s clothes, toys & nursery items . Stall bookings now open, ph Lisa 5424496 or footies2012@vodafone.co.nz Nelson Cathedral Christmas Tree Festival 18– 22 Dec. ‘14 If interested please call 5481008 or email: office@nelsoncathedral.org. Summer’s not far away! Try the NEW RICHMOND PILATES LUNCHTIME CLASS - Wed from 12.35 to 1.25pm. Flatten your tummy, ease back pain, im-

prove flexibility, starting 20 August. REGULAR EVENTS Crisis Pregnancy Support offers a free confidential service to support women with an unplanned & unwanted pregnancy. Call St Luke’s on 5481858 or 0800004277 to arrange an appointment with a registered health worker who will work with you to help overcome the barriers to continuing your pregnancy. Tiny Tots, a free, fun introduction to stories, songs, active movement & rhymes for preschoolers & their caregivers. Tuesdays 10-10.30am Children’s Area, Richmd Library during term time. SPACE welcomes first time parents & their babies aged 0 – 12months - weekly sessions include opportunities to meet other parents, discussions on child development & parenting, music & activities. Contact Marie Lenihan 03 545 2017, 0274052174 or lenihans@xtra.co.nz Apple Mac User Group. Monthly meetings at Constance Barnicoat Room Library Richmond. Mac users, including users of Apple devices welcome. Refer to www.nbmug.org.nz for details or call 5473408. ALLIANCE FRANCAISE Join us on Fridays 4:005:45pm at La Gourmandise, 276 Hardy St., for informal French conversation. All welcome whatever your level of French. www.af-nelson-tasman.org.nz LEARN to Speak with Confidence - gain skills in communicating, join POWERtalk Waimea. Meetings held 1st & 3rd Wednesdays of each month in Stoke, 7-9 pm. Ph: Helen 035483893 or Yvonne 5446350. www.powertalknelson1.wordpress.com Cycling group for fun & fitness. Age 40 to 60ish. Meeting twice a month for 30 to 50km bike rides with a coffee stop. All welcome. Contact Helen 027 366 0692. Leave a message or send a text. 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

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021 0290 7223 021 0290 7223 Fence panels/Trellis/Gates or made Fencerepaired panels/Trellis/Gates Plasterboard Repair repaired or made. Plasterboard Deck Repairs - repair Staining Deck repairs - Staining Hedge Trimming Hedge trimming Mowing -- Yard Mowing YardClearing clearing Chipping/Mulching Chipping/Mulching Water Blasting blasting Water

No job tooNo small Reasonable job -too small prices Discount for GreyatPower Members Variety of services reasonable prices

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paint, oil & stain restoration

Heatpump Servicing

• Energy healer • 20+ years experience • $40 per hour

022 609 0088 Supporting your healing and growth

85 Improve the performance and the life of your heatpump

plasterboard stopping waterblasting wallpapering new & repaints interior & exterior airless spraying

027 430 2742

MADE FOR SUIT HIRE MEN Richmond MADE Suit Hire forFOR all formal occasions MEN Richmond MADE 543 9977 Suit Hire FOR for all formal MEN occasions info@enterprisepdl.co.nz www.enterprisepdl.co.nz

Phone:

544 9700

TAKEAWAY

249 Queen St Richmond Richmond Suit9977 Hire 543

for all formal occasions

PANEL BEATER

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All Insurance Claims Panelbeating Chassis Straightening Repaints 2-pack Touch Ups

90 VANGUARD ST NELSON PH: 548 3954 027 548 3954

544 0203 Sundial Square Richmond Open 7 Days 11am - Late

FREE Mileage - conditions apply

HOME LOANS

First home buyers • Purchasers Refinancing • Investment Properties Guarantor lending 100% loans

At Financing Futures we help you find the best home loan to suit your requirements. Our staff have expertise across a range of finance options and this free service will ensure you get the right deal and the right advice. You can come to us or we will go to you – appointments available all hours by arrangement.

PHONE 022 186 4965

PLUMBER

PLUMBER

4 Coach Pl, Brightwater

0275 423 343 A/H: 542 3343

300 CASH if you move or list

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Maintenance Blocked Drains Domestic Work New Housing Industrial Properties Leaking Taps & Pipes

Small Small your rental with us. • Leaking taps & pipes Jobs Management fee • KitchensJobs & Welcome bathrooms Welcome 6.9% • Solar Terms & conditions at www.skinnyproperty • Drainage Kevin Harris Kevin Harris

management.co.nz

8090 544 8059 Ph: 543 Ph 027 541 9165 Ph: 543 8090

TRAINING

WATCH REPAIRS

HARRIS TRAINING SERVICES LTD

Work Place First Aid Courses

Watch and Clock Repairs

For course dates see www.harristraining.co.nz

Ph: 544 4062

Mob: 0274 574 775 info@harristraining.co.nz

Sept: Oct: Nov: Dec:

PROPERTY

$ Honest Reliable Master Master Honest Reliable Plumbers and Gasfitters Plumbers and Gasfitters Since 1915 Since 1915

Specialising in small jobs and maintenance plumbing

• Renovations • Kitchens • Bathrooms

238 Songer Street, Stoke 7011

PLUMBING & GAS

TRAINING

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

Phone orders welcome

027 542 4473

p0wa2u@xtra.co.nz

Phone

Registered Trainer, Assessor & EPA Test Certifier

249 Queen St Richmond

542 2120

TO GROW

0800 448 446 Steve Fletcher

Call Tony Johnston

15 Leicester Street, Stoke, Nelson

24hr Service

IT’S A GOOD TIME

Phone 548 8590

PAINTER

Locally owned & operated Quality Workmanship

Prompt response is our priority

HOME LOANS

$

Discount for Grey Power Members

PAINTER

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www.deckandfencepro.co.nz

Soul Oasis

New Homes • Commercial Rural • Retail • Alterations

Phone 03 543 8243

Deck&FencePro HEAT PUMPS

Est. 2006

• 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

FREE QUOTE

HEALINg

ELECTRICIAN

DRIVEWAYS

Drainage & asman Construction T Ltd.

16 Halifax Street We do call outs and remote support too

Ph: 544 1212

25, 26, 27 7, 16, 17, 18, 28, 30 6, 11, 20, 21, 22 2, 11, 12, 13

Ph 544 9180 Corporate Rates Available

Rod Clark

qualified watchmaker

Overhauls ● Repairs ● All watches and clocks

WATERBLASTING

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

Jeff NeilsoN

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

Mobilewashing 0220 649 822 House Roof treatments for mould, lichen, moss, algae Gutters cleaned out Paths, decks, driveways Ant, spider, cockroach control Chimney cleaning

Jeff NeilsoN

WaterblastiNg

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

(24hr)

Jeff NeilsoN A/HWaterblastiNg 547 7856 • 80 Neale Ave, Stoke, Nelson Mobile 0220 649 822 (24hr)

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

Mobile 0220 649 822 (24hr)

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

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

Jeff NeilsoN

WaterblastiNg

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

Mobile 0220 649 822 (24hr)

Jeff NeilsoN

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

WaterblastiNg

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

Mobile 0220 649 822 (24hr)

Jeff NeilsoN

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

WaterblastiNg

Mobile 0220 649 822 (24hr)

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

At Benjamin Black Goldsmiths 176 Bridge Street, Nelson (opposite Graham’s Trading Post)

03 546 9137

www.benjaminblack.co.nz

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

Jeff NeilsoN

WaterblastiNg Mobile 0220 649 822 (24hr)

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

Cell: 0220 649 822 A/H 547 7856


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