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Dry January boosts sales

Sales of ice creams, bottled water, sunscreen and water slides have been “going crazy” as temperatures around the Nelson region hit near-record highs last month. The latest Met Service records released on Monday tell us what we already know – that January in Nelson was one of the hottest and driest months on record. Nelson’s average mean temperature last month was 19.1 degrees Celsius, with the

highest maximum of 27 degrees being recorded on January 18 and 29. That made it the fifth warmest January since records began in 1941 and the second driest with just 6.6mm of rain in the month. In fact, if it hadn’t have rained on Saturday – the final day of the month – it would have been the driest January on record, beating the record low of 3.7mm in 1978.

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simon@waimeaweekly.co.nz And that warm weather has resulted in record sales of anything and everything that’s cool, wet or refreshing. “I’ve been here for seven summers and this one has been the busiest ever,” says Philip

van der Waal, owner of ice cream and gelato shop Penguinos. “I would have sold 40 per cent more this month than I did last January. Market Day is usually our best day but last Thursday it was really hot and we sold twice that amount.” Philip says the refreshing flavours like lemon, watermelon and mint have been

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Nelsonians give Monster Slide mixed reviews Jacob Chandler After a lacklustre start in Christchurch, where one man came away with spinal injuries, the Monster Slide has also had mixed reviews from sliders in Nelson. The event, held in upper Collingwood St, began with a slow start due to the rain and some failing generators causing a delay of around an hour before sliders could ride the 300m slide. Most people spoken to by the Nelson Weekly say they were waiting 45 minutes to an hour in line but most were understanding due to the large turnout. The queue spanned most of the length of the slide itself.

One rider, Brendan Naughton, was not impressed with the event though. “It’s not a steep enough slope. All the water falls to one side and you can’t get enough speed up. The security is terrible, there’s people skipping up the queue and the security are just sitting over there with their hands folded.” Event organiser, Jamie Templeton, says his role had become mainly janitorial during the event but he was happy with the turnout. “I think we did about 1500-2000 tickets and it looks pretty good, the line is moving and people are getting their slides.” He says he was happy that the Collingwood St residents were getting involved too.

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Ocean Lodge staff assaulted and robbed A man confronted two female staff members at the Ocean Lodge on Saturday night, demanding money before running away. The staff were in the process of closing up when the lone person entered the premises and forced his way behind the counter at around 10pm, say police. “The offender was aggressive, physically

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the biggest sellers. Berrylands in Appleby has also been busy with co-owner Steph Kristofski saying the girls in the real fruit icecream shop were making up to 400 ice creams

a day through January. Berryland’s ice cream truck in Bethany Park in Kaiteriteri was also busy making around 200 a day. “We have four girls in the shop and they have been working really hard. We also sell berries but it’s the ice creams that peo-

ple have been after.” Ice cream producers have also been flat out, with Talley’s domestic retail sales manager Bob Darragh saying their ice cream has been “flying out the door” to retailers. Farmers Nelson manager, Craig Bevan, says all items water-related Open until 3pm Saturdays have been in hot demand. “Our swim277 High St, Motueka ware, water slides and water sports sales Run by Shooters for Shooters have been huge. The

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water slides were sold out well before Christmas but we still have a lot of other stock as we have a few more weeks of the hot stuff.” Although supermarket owners would not reveal figures, they all reported a big increase in sales of ice cream, water, drinks and sunscreen. Fresh Choice Richmond’s Gary Watson says kids with ice creams have been a common sight in shopping trolleys outside his Richmond Mall supermarket.

BBALL TOUR COMES TO NELSON: The Burger King 3X3 Basketball Tour will come to Nelson on Waitangi Day, February 6 at the Tahunanui Beach Reserve tennis courts. Participants can register online at www.3x3planet.com where they can create their own profile. Basketball NZ CEO, Iain Potter says this will help players to keep track of their scores. PHOTO COMPETITION: DOC are encouraging young people to submit a photo of their favourite wetland to the World Wetlands Day website before March 2 for a chance to win international travel. The competition is open to all young people between the ages of 15 to 24 and has been setup in an effort to create awareness of the worlds disappearing wetlands. Further information is available on the World Wetlands Day website at www. worldwetlandsday.org/

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Starting school for a five year old can be a terrifying experience, at least Tessa Mackean doesn’t have to go through it alone. Tessa has her first day at Nayland Primary School today – but alongside her will be her two brothers and mum, also having their first day at the school. The Mackean family moved to Nelson during the summer from Auckland to be closer to both sets of grandparents and mum Belinda, also a teacher, says she’s looking forward to starting her new job alongside her children. “I think it’s going to be quite different, the kids are quite excited but come first day I think there might be a few nerves.” Tessa, along with Oliver, 9, and Charlie, 7, say they’re excited about the start of the year and their new uniforms. Most primary schools head back to school today [Tuesday] and police are warning drivers to keep an eye out. Sergeant Stu Wright said young children can be quite vulnerable. “Young children returning to school are excited and are not good at judging speed and distance. All road users need to expect the unexpected. No one wants a child to be killed on

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Nelson cyclist Tom Filmer is certain to have some painful memories of his 21st birthday after deciding to celebrate the occasion by riding up the Barnicoat Walkway 21 times in 21 hours. Riding up the track just once is enough for most recreational mountainbikers, who usually take around 30 or 40 minutes to climb the 451 vertical metres and 3 kilometres from the head of the Marsden Valley to the top of the Barnicoat Range. But Tom wanted to “do something different” for his 21st and came up with the crazy plan for riding the Barnicoat 21 times in 21 hours. He also wanted to celebrate his birthday by helping a charity and is promoting his 21 ascents ride as a fundraiser for

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will be really important to pace myself and keep a close eye on my heart rate so I don’t blow up.” Tom says he has been training hard for the challenge, completing an eight hour, 150 kilometre ride from Nelson to Takaka and back via the Rameka Track and Kaiteriteri Mountainbike Park late last month. Tom says he is keen for riders to join him “on as many of the ascents as they like” and is encouraging them to make “a donation per ascent” to the hospice. Volunteers will be collecting donations for the hospice on the day of the ride, but donations can be made online to HospiceCharityRide account number - 12-30400572664-51 Reference TOM. Tom’s ride is being sponsored by Printhouse Nelson and the Rainbow Rage.

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Sue Jones will be driving a 1946 Ford Sedan at the Pre 49 show this weekend. Photo: Andrew Board.

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Suburban Club, Tuesday, January, 28: The Suburban Club has started 2015 with an upward trend. Following on from the Nelson Weekly story reporting a $221,000 profit for the 2014 financial year, the club has seen more growth; this time in new members, with many locals taking advantage of the current $25 membership deal.

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New principal ready for change

Andrew Board

Nayland College’s latest intake of year 8 students won’t be alone as they learn their way around the school this week – their principal will also be checking his bearings. Daniel Wilson had his first official day in his new job last week but will welcome students to the new school year today. The 38 year-old was chosen last year to take over the reins from Rex Smith and he says he’s delighted at the opportunity. “It was a bold move from the board to pick someone so young, but I think I can add some real positives to this school. Walking around, it already has great bones and I’m looking forward to adding to that.” His most challenging task will be the worrying trend of the school’s roll. For the second year in a row the school has dropped around 80 students on the year before and Daniel says he’s keen to figure out why that is. “I’ll be talking to parents, teachers and to Broadgreen [Intermediate] to find out why local families aren’t sending their kids here. Talking to the teachers and looking at the facilities I can’t see why they wouldn’t, it’s a fantastic school.” Daniel, a keen musician, moved to Nelson from south Auckland, where he was an associate principal at Manurewa High School. He says he was persuaded to apply for the job by his former boss,

Nayland College principal Daniel Wilson settling into his new job this week. Photo: Andrew Board ex Nelson College headmaster, Salvi Gargiulo. “Salvi is passionate about Nelson and its education, and so he was pretty influential in me applying.” Daniel says he will bring a sense of professionalism to the school as well as a desire to lift some aspects of the school. “Looking at our results, some are fantastic, especially scholarships. But other areas could probably do with some work, so I’ll be looking into those and making changes if they’re needed.” When asked about the school’s longstanding “mufti” policy for senior stu-

dents, Daniel was a little coy, deflecting the responsibility to the board. “That’s up to the board to make that decision but I’ve certainly seen a uniform work really well in other schools. I will have to see first-hand how it works here before I make my mind up about it.” He says he has made his mind up about one thing though – Nelson. "I love it here already. My wife and kids are really happy here and the weather has been great, plenty of days at the beach. We're excited about our life here."

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Having a party/event/function? Call our photographer 548 4949 or 027 548 4948 Cameron Marchband, Levi Sheehan, Dara Copeland and Liam Ginty, at Beachfest.

Mike Harris and Marni Friesen at the Sarau Festival on Sunday afternoon. This week, our reporters braved the grey skies to take some photos at Smugglers Pub and Cafe and Tahunanui's Beachfest on Saturday. Then on Sunday, the rain came down at Moutere's Sarau Festival. Remember, if you'd like us to come and take photos at your event or party give us a call on 548 4949 or email us at editorial@nelsonweekly. co.nz

Phil Barnes and Robyn Deane at Smugglers on Saturday. Sandra McCormick and Deirdre McGregor at the Sarau Festival. Kameta Waharoa and Karli Whitfield at Beachfest on Saturday.

Mike Duffield and Keri Small at the Sarau Festival at the Moutere Community Centre.

Alesha Bruce Julie Blenkiron and Tracey Bovey at Bel-Aire Bar on Saturday.

David and Jenny D'Rose take shelter from the rain at the Sarau Festival.

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Stoke’s Mad Butcher store had the second busiest opening on the franchise’s history and its local owners – Dan and Nikki Perrin – want to say thanks the best way they know how – free meat. The Mad Butcher was opened in the former Stoke Rugby Clubrooms last November and the Perrins were pleasantly surprised at the onslaught. On opening day the store was jampacked and Dan says it barely stopped over the next few months. “The opening definitely exceeded my expectations. The first few months were just crazy.” Now the couple are offering a competition to win a year’s worth of free meat as a way to say

thanks. To enter, simply spend $30 at the Mad Butcher during the month of February, then fill in the entry form and you’re in the draw. A winner will be drawn at the start of March and the winner will win $50 worth of meat each week for 52 weeks. Dan says the meat can be selected from anything in stock. “We’re pretty much running the competition to say thanks to Nelson for all the support, the number of people coming in here is awesome. Heaps of people have been coming in to offer their support and say how much they like the shop, so we want to say thanks.” For more information on the competition, ask in store.

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Rodeo: Your article on the Richmond Rodeo this week paints a positive picture. However your readers need to know that the SPCA does not support rodeos due to the stress experienced by the animals and they also condemn the equipment used to induce them to perform. Rodeos should be banned from NZ. They are not part of our rural heritage. Cynthia McConville.

Nelson College full: Nelson College should have zoning, if that's the case. Brenda Kenny.

Temperature on TV: I agree with your last week's writer about the inaccurate Nelson temperature on TV One. We in Nelson had hoped that with a new weather man he may have been a new broom and put more realistic temperature for Nelson. The last few nights they have been up to 6 degrees below the real level. Please, can we get them try harder. Regards, Colin J. Gillespie PS: 22 should not be fixed number for our temperature, as used by TVNZ

Then where will they go? I think it's a sign that the school is extremely popular and, with Nelson city and the other suburbs growing, its only natural that they will go to either the closest school or the one the parents deem the best in the area. Nelson is growing in population, as well as Richmond. Waimea intermediate is also having to turn away students as they are chocka full too. So its not just Nelson having a problem finding places to put students. It shows that more people are coming to Nelson, and the schools are unfortunately feeling the pressure and now need to build more classrooms to accommodate. Julia Lines.

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I don't see why they can't just cut the enrolments off once they reach a maximum number. If all classrooms are full then they should just put the no vacancy sign out! Tania Preston Brunell.

Obviously require another boys' school in the region. Put it Richmond in Lower Queen St so oodles of space to expand with Tasman District. Could also run some agricultural and horticultural courses. Would be great to have more education options. Need could be met through a Charter School set up. Dave Trigg.

What are you up to on anniversary day? Staying inside!! Sharon Tarapipi Pi.

Loving the rain! Dawn Thorn. Movies are lined up, baking shortbread, ginger slice and chocolate brownies.....Lovin' this rain. Sharon May Patterson. Sorting out photos, chill-axing, enjoying the rain. Jo B Phil Borland. Movie day with my kiddies:) Tysha Anderson. Stuck home looking after my family with this tummy bug that's going round. Ruth Rodley. Crusaders to play in Nelson: Lucky for us but sad for Fiji. Julie Dayman. Excellent!! Will go to that! Sasha Kerslake. Great to see Trafalgar Park being used and the ratepayers getting a return on their investment. John Sauer. Wahoo!!! My Hurricanes in Nelson at last!!! We HAVE to go to that game! Susan Lummis.

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With Nelson Weekly editor Andrew 'Bad News' Board Isn’t it amazing what a couple of bleeding noses will do to your resolve? Last year I was asked to take part in the Fight 4 Victory charity boxing event to help raise some money for the Victory Boxing Charitable Trust. Having been to the gym several times and witnessed what a great job they do for the kids who attend, I enthusiastically agreed. I’d be lying if I told you there weren’t a couple of selfish reasons as well. The added incentive of getting fit and throwing myself outside my comfort zone were certainly positives that I know will come from the experience – but charity was key. It was September last year when I agreed to take part in the Fight 4 Victory. Three weeks of official training down and I’m wondering what the hell I’ve got myself into.

I don’t want to give too much away to my opponent [a man I’m trying to morph into a villain in my own head], but training has been brutal. Fat lips, plenty of sweat and plenty of pain. Tears? Not quite, but too close for comfort. Under the expert tutelage of Barry Galbraith, Paul Hampton, Deon Charles and Andy Sanson, nine other "boxers" have joined me in the blue corner. We meet three times a week, run, skip, hit bags, hit each other and then cry in agony as we’re made to do horrific ab workouts. On top of all that are the mental games. In just two months, we’ll all hop in the ring in front of several thousand people and attempt to compete in a sport that was completely foreign to us just a few months before. If

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Snapper competition lures fishermen The country’s largest teams fishing competition is back and organiser Troy Dando says it will be much bigger and better than previous years. Troy started the Tasman Bay Snapper Classic two years ago, but didn’t advertise it as he wanted to make sure the format was right before it went too big, too quick. After two years of refining, he’s certain he’s got it right. “It went surprisingly well, really, for the first two years while we were making sure the concept worked. Now we know it does we’re inviting more people and hoping to make a great day of it.” The competition is open to all businesses or clubs and sees a team of four attempt to land the Organiser of the Tasman Bay Snapper Classic, biggest snapper they can. Troy has assembled a Troy Dando, with a massive snapper caught in great list of sponsors who have made for a huge Tasman Bay last year. prize pool, including a $4000 GPS fish finder from Simrad. “I want this to be a great event and so we’ve made sure the prizes are really good so it’s worth people’s while.” The $200 entry fee covers the team of four and includes a dinner and drink at the Speight’s Ale House after the competition, where the weigh in will be held and prizes announced. Troy says he’s hoping for 300 people to be involved and has already had strong interest. Categories include heaviest snapper [for which there are prizes for the heaviest 15 snapper], heaviest combination of four snapper from one boat, and various prizes for biggest gurnard, kahawai, tuna and kingfish. For more information, or to register, visit www. tasmanbaysnapperclassic.co.nz

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Schools are back… School is back and that means there will be more children out and about, especially in the mornings and afternoon. The basic message around schools is: slow down and look out for kids. In many places around Nelson electronic variable school speed limit signs will be turned back on. Reducing your speed to 40km/h provides for a much increased reaction time for a driver, meaning you can identify potential hazards and react much more quickly.

Pedestrian crossings are places where pedestrians should be able to cross the road in safety. Drivers need to slow down as they approach them and be prepared to stop. Students and families need to remember to use the correct place to safely cross the road outside the school. So be extra careful around schools and watch out for kids!

20 km/h past a stationary school bus Remember – the speed limit for passing a stationary school bus when children are getting on and off is 20 km per hour. This speed limit applies no matter which direction you are travelling in.

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your child from the school bus, try to do it so that you are on the same side as the bus. This will cut out the need for your child to cross the road. Park your car well away from the bus stop or other children so you don’t block drivers, children’s or the bus driver’s visibility. Get out of your car and meet your child or walk with them to the designated bus stop.

Students – wait at the nominated bus stop

area and stand well back from the road edge. Bus stops have usually been chosen as a safer place to stop. After you have got off the bus wait as far away from the road edge as possible, until the bus has moved away. If you need to cross the road, wait until the bus has driven off and you can see clearly up and down the road.

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Nourish Juice comes bearing fruit and veggies and a great new way to help with your five plus a day. Born and raised in Motueka, owner/operator Penny Strong has taken inspiration from her time in Sydney and created the perfect on-the-go range of smoothies, protein shakes and juices. Penny’s products are made to order from her trailer in Bridge Streets Pocket Park and use natural ingredients designed to be filling, fibrous Penny Strong and nutritious. Unlike chain juice bars, Penny’s products include exactly what they say and are just as beneficial as they appear; incorporating almond milk, coconut milk and peanut butter that Penny makes herself. She is proud to provide customers with a product that not only tastes fantastic, but is doing the mind and body a whole lot of good. Check out Nourish Juice on Facebook, follow her on Instagram - @nourishjuicenz, or visit her trailer at Bridge Streets Pocket Park to sample some delicious fruity blends.

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Silvana Gottini, co-owner of Southern Exposure Tours (S.E.T.), a NZ-owned small group tour company, is passionate about the tours they offer. She leads many of the trips herself and says that people come away feeling like they have been travelling with a bunch of friends, not on a group tour. So, if you are “not a group tour person”, this is a great alternative, while still having fabulous offthe-beaten-path experiences and feeling safe in countries Silvana Gottini that may be a little out of your comfort zone. Travel has always been her passion, especially Latin America, which she describes as a complete sensory experience. “It’s so much more than Peru and the Inca Trail.” says Silvana. So why not experience the wonder with her on the South American Sojourn, which she will be taking in August. Now is the time to get in touch and find out more about these tours and the “SET” style of travel. For more information visit www.southernexposuretours.co.nz, or email sil@southernexposuretours.co..nz

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Wedding Album

Calling all brides and grooms! We’d love to publish your wedding photos. Email them to sales@nelsonweekly.co.nz Gracie Hilton and Robbie Baker married on 11 October 2014 at Hillwood House.

Kahu and Tracy Marfell were married on 2 January 2015 at the Queens Gardens

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Photo: Shelley Roberts

Megan & Gareth Brown married on 10 January

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Scott Lines and Jasmine Walker were married at Gardens of the World in Hope on 27 December 2014

Teneil and Sam Hodges were married 24 January at the Playhouse

Brad and Nicole Chandler married on 16 January at Lake Rotoiti, Nelson Lakes

Photo: A Little HART & Soul Photography.

Ian and Rebekah Williamson (Todd) married on 20 December 2014 at The Mudcastle in Neudorf. Photo: Shelley Roberts

Laine & Kimberly Kidner married on 7 January at Woollaston Estates Photo: Nelson Wedding Photography

Simon Ladley and Liz Nixey were married at the Honest Lawyer on 1 January 2015.

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really fast. "We’re delighted to announce that we will be adding a second Neudorf show and celebrating our ninth summer on the tour in one of the tour’s most beautiful locations”. Tickets for the Thursday show can be purchased through the Winery Tour website winerytour. co.nz and Ticketmaster 0800 111 999, or online at ticketmaster.co.nz Tickets cost $79 plus booking fees, with free entry for one child under the age of 12 when accompanied by one adult ticket holder. Gates open 5pm with the first act on stage 6pm. The concert concludes at 10pm.

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Organisers of the Winery Tour show at Neudorf Vineyards in Upper Moutere have scheduled a second concert on Thursday, February 26, after Neudorf ’s February 27 concert sold out. The ninth annual Winery Tour is co-headlined Don McGlashan and Dave Dobbyn who will performing together. They are joined by VNZMA Legacy award winner and Hall of Fame inductee, Supergroove and Anika Moa. Co-promoter of the tour, Campbell Smith, says he is not surprised by the sell-out. “South Island fans are amazing in their support for the Winery Tour and Neudorf always sells

Artist John Gully Renowned Nelson artist John Gully tried his hand at various jobs before finding success with the brush. After working in his father’s ironmongery business in Somerset he immigrated to New Zealand aged 31. He worked unsuccessfully

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Lance Sergeant Allan Roy Cozens (Serial No. 6/759) was born on 15 April 1892 in Dovedale. On the Auckland War Memorial Museum Cenotaph database his next of kin is listed as Mrs W. Parkinson (mother), Awa, Nelson. Before enlisting for service during World War One, Cozens worked for himself as a farmer. Cozens enlisted from Murchison and joined the Canterbury Infantry Battalion. He embarked on 24 September 1914 from Lyttelton for Wellington. From Wellington, Cozens joined the Main Body and embarked on 16 October 1914 for Egypt. He served for four years and two hundred and ninety-one days in Egypt, the Balkans and Western Europe.

lance sergeant Allan roy Cozens (1892 - 1973). nelson Provincial Museum, tyree studio Collection: 84008. Cozens survived the war and was discharged on 4 June

1919. He died on 3 March 1973 in Nelson.

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Bu-nga and Nuttavut Krataitong, owners of with passion and precision, the food will take Chai Yo Restaurant and Takeaways in Rich- your taste buds on a trip to Thailand. Chai Yo mond and also Chai Yo Takeaways in Nelson, is hugely popular with locals for being the only would like to wish all of their loyal customers a local eatery to serve unique dishes like crunchy Happy New Year. chicken with creamy co2014 was a busy year for conut sauce and crunchy Bu-nga and Nuttavut chicken with sweet soya who have established sauce. “We are thinking two new restaurants in about updating our menu Blenheim while their soon, and we’d love to dedicated team conhave some feedback from tinued to operate the customers about what Nelson and Richmond they would like to see on businesses. Although our menu. If you have any they have missed hav- Manager Jayjay Supsaengprapa and chef ideas, please make sure ing regular contact with Surachai Phosu welcome you to Chai Yo you let the team know,” their loyal local custom- Nelson. invites Bu-nga. ers, Bu-nga says she is delighted that the team It is important to Bu-nga and the Chai Yo team have continued to operate the restaurants so to support the local community and they like well, ensuring the continued support of the to give back to the people who support them. local community. “We’d particularly like to Their loyalty cards are one way of doing this thank our faithful customers and wish them a and in the past they have regularly supported happy year in 2015,” says Bu-nga. “I have really local teams, individuals and charities in their missed having regular contact with everyone, fundraising efforts by offering vouchers for but it is great to catch up with them when I get raffles and quizzes. If you are planning a funa chance to come home to Nelson.” draiser in 2015, talk to the team at your local As soon as you step into Chai Yo you’ll notice Chai Yo to see how they can help. Bu-nga’s the welcoming environment that owner Bu- cell phone number is 021 142 6492 or you can nga Krataitong has created as well as the finest email: feedbacks2us@gmail.com Thai cuisine. Authentic in taste and prepared Business Update. Adv.


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Young horse trainer to open own stable

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The Harness Racing Cadet of the Year, Dylan Stratford, is returning to Canterbury, where he plans to set up his own stable after gaining invaluable experience working with some of the top horsemen in the US. Dylan has been working with race horses since he was 13 when he started helping out Richmond trainer Murray Pash in the mornings before heading off to school at Waimea College. Dylan, 23, also used to help out his grandfather Roger Williams and mother Jan Williams, who "always had one or two horses in training" at Richmond Park. When he left school, Dylan moved to Canterbury to work as a stablehand for Tim Butt. Last month, he was back at Richmond Park for a few weeks "to help out mum", before returning to Canterbury where he aims to start putting together a team of horses for his own racing stables. "My family weren't that keen for me to get into the horse game but I knew that I wanted to be a horse trainer after working with Murray Pash," Dylan says. "I'd go down to the track before school and in the holidays - I really enjoyed it and I learned so much from him." After leaving school at 15, Dylan gained valuable experience working for Tim and David Butt, Nigel McGrath and Mark Jones in Canterbury, and Dean Braun in Victoria. He won New Zea-

land Harness Racing Cadet of the Year Award last August and used the $2000 prize money to spend three months working in the US with top New Jersey trainers Chris Ryder and Brett Bittle. "It was a real eye-opener going to the US. The horse racing is so different over there because there's big money for two-year-olds and they are always trying to get the horses going as quick as they can as soon as they can. "The size of some of the bigger stables is incredible too. The leading trainers like Ron Burke have 250 horses in work. Horse trainer Dylan Stratford back at Richmond Park after gaining expe"I also got a chance to go to the Harrisburg Yearrience in the US. Photo: Simon Bloomberg. ling Sales which had over 1000 horses. The number of horses and the money was incredible - the top lot went for something like $750,000." 2006 HYUNDAI Dylan, who already has one training win to his name after Deidre’s Flash won at Forbury in AuSANTA FE gust 2012 and one driving success in Australia, says the three months he spent in New Jersey has r given him the confidence to go out on his own. Bowateroup "It's not something you want to rush into. It's a Motor G g locals very challenging industry and you need to have tin - suppore 1947! the experience and knowledge to succeed. sinc "I'll go back down to Canterbury now to work in an established stable and start getting a some 2006 2.2L diesel auto, towbar, cruise horses together and looking at a place for mycontrol, ABS & ESP, crisp in Khaki (super self." easy to keep clean), under 100,000km’s $ Dylan already has a promising three-year-old and great buying at this price. Love You colt named The Grande Armee and will be looking for more horses to train when he BMG Used Vehicles, 45 Hardy St, Nelson (opp. Smiths City) sets up his new stables. Call us on 545-8032 ext 2, or just come on in.

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This could be the year to try your hand at golf, and where better to ignite a passion for the sport than at Greenacres Golf Club. Just a few minutes from Richmond and across the estuary from Rabbit Island, the serene semi-links 18-hole golf course is one of the region’s best, boasting breathtaking views for its players and staff, while offering a challenging enough round for both competitive and social golfers. The Best Island course is relatively easy to play and walk around and features spectacular views of the surrounding mountains and estuary, providing the perfect backdrop to your golfing experience. Greenacres is just the place for newcomers to try

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Tuna time is here! Some good reports of tuna getting caught on both sides of the bay and as low down as Delaware Bay. Troll any type of lure at lower speeds of 4.5-6.0 knots to try and nab an albacore tuna. Snapper are still taking rod and reel fishing on changes of light and small bite times. Set-lines have slowed a bit while spawning is on but some good catches up to 30 lb have been rumoured. Kenerpuru Sound is still fishing well for snapper and kingfish alike. Scallops are hard to get in numbers but still worth the effort and a favourite seafood of many. We shot down to Pepin on Saturday only to be met by a gusting S/E wind coming out of Delaware bay, a reminder that certain winds affect areas differently and if a change of direction happens while you are out there it may be a long bash back to port. In light of boating tragedies recently around the country, ensure you check an up-to-date weather forecast and do not venture too far depending on your boats capabilities. Numerous reports of schools of "rat" kingis and bigger models have been seen in all corners of the bay. They are prolific after 3 or 4 great breeding years in a row, which is great for our local fishery stocks. Just remember, the legal takeable size for a Kingfish is 75cm and over, that is a reasonable size fish so please handle

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STokE-TAhUnAnUI Rotarians welcomes men & women new members. John 547 3408. www.facebook.com/rotarynz PRESchooLERS & PAREnTS welcome to CHILL - baby boogie followed by time out for parents (child care provided). Morning tea & chat time for parents with regular guest speakers. Newcomerswelcome. Mon,9.45am,StStephens Church, 65 Tahunanui Dr. (opp McD's). TAhUnAnUI coMMUnITy cEnTRE: Jo - Ph 548 6036 Gardening Group: Keen to meet others with an interest in gardening? Tahuna Community Centre has a great garden group who meet 1st Wed of each month 10.30am, come join us! Counselling: (Confidential & Personal) Available with trained counsellor. Pls make appointment. SocIAL TABLE TEnnIS: Saxton Stadium, Mon & Fri mornings, Wed evenings. Morning tea/supper provided. ALL WELCOME. Ph 547 3005 / 547 9479. Visit tabletennisnelson.org.nz ALLIAncE FRAncAISE Join us on Fri, 4:5:45pm, La Gourmandise, 276 Hardy St, for informal French conversation. All welcome whatever your level of French. See www.af-nelson-tasman.org.nz ISEL LADIES PRoBUS cLUB meets 4th Wed each month, 10am, Elim Church, 625 Main Rd. PLEASE NOTE NEW VENUE FOR MEETINGS. New members welcome. Shirley 547 2664 or Bev 547 6522. nITy cEnTRE: Ph: 546 8389 Hand Craft: Share crafts in a group - knitting, crochet, stitching. Bring lunch, share projects. $2 - Weds 12.30 - 2.45pm, Pomeroys coffee. Donation . Sit & Be Fit: Have fun exercise sitting down, burn calories, tone muscles, keep your heart healthy. Tues 10-10.45am 12 Feb - 2 April. $3 per session, 16+yrs . Housie at Victory: Fun with members of your community. Prizes, refreshments & transport available if required. Weds 2-4pm, 4 & 18 Feb, 4 & 18 Mar, 1 April. $2 . Zumba: Exciting Latin Rhythms, easy to follow moves to create a fun fitness class for all levels. Weds 7-8pm, 4 Feb - 1 April. $5 per class, 16+ yrs. Laughter Yoga: The body’s natural antidote to stress, simple powerful exercise, with yogic breathing.Bringyogamatortowel.Weds5.30-6.30pm 4 Feb - 25 Mar. $2. Victorious Chess: Supportive for all levels. All ages, Under8’swithcaregiver.Bringchesssetifyouhave one. Mons 3.45-5pm, 9 Feb - 9 March, $1 pp. Qi Gong: Aligning breath, movement - healing & meditation. Relax your entire body– relieve stress & pain. Thurs 9.30-10.30am 12 Feb -2 April. $3 per session. Victory Playgroup: Tues 9-11.30am. 3 Feb - 31 Mar. Parents & young children (birth to 5yrs) meet to play & socialise. Lots of toys & activities, morning tea etc. Gold coin donation. DAncInG: Fri evenings, 7pm, Ballroom, Latin, Rock & New Vogue dancing, Richmond Town Hall, all welcome ring Jean 5467061 ULTIMATE FRISBEE: 5.30pm Weds, Tahuna touch fields. All levels, all genders & most ages welcome. Queries - contact@nelsondisc.org.nz. hELP yoUR hEART a support group for people living with a heart condition, their families/carers. Meet with people who understand – they’ve ‘been there and done that’. Join us on the third Sat each month, 10.30-12, Honest Lawyer. Ph Alan 547 6552 or Graham 522 4938. PooL-PILATES. New water based exercise class. Gentle on joints whilst improving posture, balance, core strength & breathing. Starts Tues 27 Jan, 1-2pm Ngawhatu pool, Stoke, $8. Angie 5470198 to enrol SPoRT TASMAn: Sarah - Ph 923 2313 or Sarah.H@sporttasman.org.nz (unless stated otherwise) Jogging: Entry level learn how to jog gradually & safely starts Wed 11 Feb, 5:30pm. FREE Cycling: Entry level groups in Nelson & Rich-

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