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World Cup fever hits our region We did it three and a half years ago for our favourite winter sport – now Nelson is preparing to embrace another world cup, this time for our top summer code. This Saturday, the Cricket World Cup will officially start in Christchurch and Nelson is getting right behind the action with the Nelson 111 Cricket Street Party taking over upper Trafalgar St. In 2011, the same space was the venue for hundreds of Nelsonians as they watched the All Blacks win the Rugby World Cup and many will be hoping to watch the Blackcaps get off to the best possible start to the Cricket World Cup in the same place. The street party will include food and drink stalls, activities for kids and a giant bigscreen for people to watch the game, and will run from 10am until 6pm. Just down the road the annual Market Day will mean most

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of Trafalgar St will be in party mode for most of Saturday. On Sunday, the city will attempt to set a new world record for the most number of people “doing the Nelson,” at Trafalgar Park from 11.30am. The “Nelson” is a cricketing superstition, referring to team or individual scores of 111, thought to refer to Lord Nelson’s lost eye, arm and unknown third appendage at the battle of Trafalgar. Tradition states that 111 is an unlucky score, so to mitigate that standing on one leg or, if you are sitting taking both feet off the ground, is supposed to prevent disaster until the score moves on. The current record is held in England, where 2276 people stood on one leg simultaneously.

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Survivor Scooter attracts new faces Simon Bloomberg This year’s Survivor Scooter charity ride may be a lot shorter in terms of distance than the original edition from Bluff to Nelson but organiser Jason Monopoli is promising that it will be a lot more challenging. Survivor Scooter 5 will start at Hanmer Springs on February 18 when 25 riders on their 50cc scooters set out on a four-day 350 kilometre journey. Although Jason will not disclose the route before the ride starts, he says it will “end somewhere on the north-west of the West Coast” and have an extremely interesting finish. “It’s going to start off relatively easy and then get more challenging towards the end. It’s going to be fewer kilometres than the earlier rides but a lot more fun.” Jason says riders will cover some of the toughest offroad tracks in the top of the South Island. If that wasn’t enough, they also have to compete in challenges each day against the other riders with the winner raising Richmond’s Rod Sharp, Christine Clark, Janine Pomeroy and Andrew cash for charity. Clark with one of the scooters they’ll ride in the Survivor Scooter ChalSEE PAGE 2 lenge this month. Photo: Jessie Johnston.

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World Cup arrives FROM PAGE 1

On Monday, the action switches to Saxton Oval where the West Indies will play Ireland from 10am. It will be the first of three Cricket World Cup games to be played in Nelson and it is already sold out. Nelson deputy mayor Paul Matheson says the games will provide great exposure for the region. However, it seems that the Tasman district has failed to get enthused about the Cricket World Cup with

the council and Richmond Unlimited deciding not to put on any events. “It’s probably a missed opportunity for Richmond,” says Richmond Unlimited’s Kim Quit. “It’s a big event for the region but funding these events is the bottom line.” TDC’s community and recreation advisor, Mike Tasman-Jones, says they haven’t organised anything apart from helping to erect temporary bike stands at Saxton Oval to encourage people to bike to games.

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Two of those repeat offenders are Nelson couple Christine and Andrew Clark who have also talked their friends, Rod Sharp and Janine Pomeroy, into joining them. “It will be the third time we’ve done it and we’re really looking forward to it,” Christine says. “You get to see some incredible countryside and have so much fun. “It’s like four-wheel-driving except you aren’t sitting in a cab. You get right into the countryside - sometimes with your face in the mud. “You also get to go places you would never have access to and you are raising money for the Ark. The people who do it

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Muddy Buddy conditions a ‘huge over-reaction’ Simon Bloomberg

Tasman School has been made to comply with “heavy-handed” conditions to gain a resource consent so it can hold its popular fundraising Muddy Buddy Adventure Fun Run next month. Last year 1400 people slithered their way around the Moutere Inlet in the fun run which raised $13,000 for the school. Muddy Buddy will be held again on March 15 this year but only after the Tasman District Council approved a resource consent for the event that councillor Judene Edgar says includes conditions that “are way over the top”. “They have made the school change the course so the Muddy Buddies have to cross the road to get to the estuary instead of going through a concrete culvert under the road. That one really threw me - how can a concrete culvert be a sensitive environment?” Judene says the school will now have to implement a traffic management plan to divert traffic so that Muddy Buddy contestants can safely cross Aporo Rd. She estimated that alone could cost the school around $1500. The resource consent also limits Muddy Buddy to 1400 peo-

Francesca Todd Rose, 16, was all smiles at the completion of the Muddy Buddy Fun Run at the Moutere Inlet last year. ple to minimise its impact on the environment. The school will have to mitigate the impact of the event by implementing a planting programme and changing the course each year. However, Judene, who has entered Muddy Buddy every year since it started in 2010, says all these conditions are unnecessary anyway because the original report by environmental consultants Wriggle showed that the event had a negligible impact on the environment. The report states that Muddy Buddy’s impact on estuarine animals and plants appears minimal because “most of the course is located on perched, muddy mid-tidal flats” where

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Nelson beekeepers are enjoying one of the best seasons in 40 years with warm temperatures, timely rainfalls and prolific flowering resulting in bumper yields of high quality honey. “It’s a really excellent season with yields well above average,” Moutere Beekeeping’s Hector Urquhart says. “We are getting around 50 to 70 kilograms of honey from each hive, which is very good. “I’ve been beekeeping here for 12 years and this year’s right up there with the very good season we had in 2009-2010. But I think the quality is better this year - we have had pollen counts done on the manuka honey and it’s very good quality.” Hector, who has hives in Golden Bay and around the Nelson-Tasman region, says the heat, timely rainfalls and good flowering by key plants have combined to produce the perfect season. “We have the nice hot days and it hasn’t been windy. The manuka and kanuka and kamahi have also been flowering really well and then we’ve had just enough rain to release the nectar,” he says. Managing director of Nelson Honey Philip Cropp, who is a third-generation beekeeper and started commercial beekeeping in 1972, says “it’s one of the best season’s we have ever seen”. Although Philip says it is “too early” to put a figure on yields, it will “be well above average.” “The manuka has been flowing very well and it’s our premium-priced product compared to other honey. There’s lots of different grades of manuka

Nelson beekeeper Hector Urquhart at one of his sites in the York Valley, near Bishopdale. Photo: Andrew Board. honey but we’d usually get around $20 a kilogram.” President of the Nelson branch of the National Beekeepers Association and Mountain Valley Honey co-owner, Murray Elwood agrees the “perfect weather” has resulted in “a very good season”. “We started harvesting just after Christmas and the quantity is good and the quality is good. It’s been a little difficult getting a pure line of manuka honey because the kamahi has been flowering so well but we are very happy with it.” Murray says the bumper season is good news for beekeepers after many reported poor yields last summer. “Last season wasn’t very good for us. It was a cold summer and we had a poor nectar flow.

“But this season is pretty darn good. and I’ve been beekeeping for 25 years and this season would be in the top four or five.” Hector says beekeepers are also benefitting from strong domestic and export markets. Demand and price have been high especially for manuka honey which is the most expensive in the world. “The strong demand for manuka honey seems to be lifting the price of other honey. It’s a good time to be a beekeeper,” he says. New Zealand’s 4279 registered beekeepers, 27,106 apiaries and 452,018 beehives produce around 9000 to 12,000 tonnes of honey annually, with one third to half exported. Exports of honey are valued at around $81 million.

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The newly-named Kohatu Park is gaining plenty of support from motorsport enthusiasts and businesses as fund-raising and planning for the motorsport and adventure park near Tapawera south of Nelson changes up a gear. Plans for a motorsport venue on a 203 hectare property owned by Nelson businessman and motorsport enthusiast, Garry Adcock, have been in the pipeline for a number of years. But the project gained traction last year after a resource consent was granted for initial earthworks and infrastructure at the site and a board of directors was elected to steer the project.

And now the board has launched a new website to publicise the project and started a membership drive to show that it has enough support from the community. Board member Dave McLeod says they already have about 300 members and are aiming to get 1000 by March. Dave says the support is critical to show the Nelson and Tasman councils that the Kohatu Motorsport Park should be included their 2015-2025 Long Term Plans to be finalised in June this year. “Now is the time, if they want a park, to get behind it and make it happen. The more support we can show, the sooner the park

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An artist’s impression of the Kohatu Park pit building, foreground, and track crossing with the second pit building, museum and clubrooms in background. will be up and running,” Dave says. Associate membership costs $20, with new members eligible for $55 of discounts

through a voucher system backed by Nelson businesses. “That funding isn’t going to build the park but it is important because it will show the level of support,” Dave says. He says the serious funding for the project would need to come from major sponsors. Dave says the board has also received the first concept plans for some of the facilities at the park and he expects work to start soon on some of the “non-seal” tracks for motocross, supercross, rallying and offroad racing. Kohatu Park will be having on open day on-site on February 22. For information, see kohatupark.co.nz

MOUNTAINBIKER REACHES GOAL: Nelson mountainbiker Tom Filmer completed 21 ascents of the Barnicoat Hill well within 21 hours on Saturday to complete his charity ride to celebrate his 21st birthday. Tom rode the 451 vertical metre climb 21 times in 17 hours 15 minutes to raise funds for the Nelson Tasman Hospice, as reported by Waimea Weekly last week. People can still donate money to the fundraiser online at HospiceCharityRide account number 12-3040-0572664-51 Reference ‘TOM’. SPEECH COMP: The winner of this Sunday’s Nelson-Marlborough regional final of the ANZ and RSA Cyril Bassett VC speech competition will go to Gallipoli as a Youth Ambassador to be part of the special Anzac centenary commemorations. Year 12 and 13 students have to speak about New Zealanders in World War I at the competition to be held at the Nelson RSA at the Suburban Club on Tahunanui Drive. The winner will also receive a smartphone, $1000 in an ANZ bank account and a further $1000 cheque for their school, along with a place in the national finals on March 12 in Wellington. MARCHING: The Top of the South day will be held this Saturday at the Hope Domain as part of the New Zealand-wide Leisure Marching Field Days. The day will include 150 marchers from teams from Hokitika, Greymouth, Westport, Motueka, Blenheim and Nelson, with Nelson team, Grosvenor Golden Girls, hosting the event. Spectators are welcome to attend the teams marching routines which will take place from 12:30pm.

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Busiest month ever for rescue helicopter Monique Bergman

January was the busiest month on record for the Nelson Marlborough Rescue Helicopter with the crew attending 64 call outs. Last year was also a record year with 460 total missions throughout the region, a 28 per cent increase from the previous year at 357 emergencies. General manager Paula Muddle says the good summer weather along Sophia Takimoana, Sheryl Taaiari and Gaylene Te Hore cooking fried bread at the Kai Festival at Founders Heritage Park on Waitangi Day. Photo: Jacob Chandler.

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The smell of hangi wafted through the air as visitors were treated to an array of international foods at the Whakatu Marae for the 2015 International Kai Festival on Friday. The Waitangi Day event drew large crowds which crammed in around both the marae and Founders Heritage Park. Visitors had the chance to taste a variety of Maori and New Zealand kai including hangi, boil-up pies, whitebait patties, fried bread and raw fish. A number of international stalls were also serving up traditional food such as oliebol, churros, curries and breads.

with foreign tourists visiting earlier this year and Cantabrians returning in larger numbers to our region could have contributed towards the increase in January missions. Call outs included general medical emergencies such as motor vehicle and mountain biking accidents, search and rescue operations and fires. Most of the emergencies were in the three National Parks within the Nelson, Tasman, Marlborough and Buller areas.

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After 40 years of trying, Pat finally wins his mum’s trophy Monique Bergman For more than 40 years Pat Bailey has had just one bowls trophy on his mind, the one that was dedicated to his mother – and on Sunday, close to tears, he finally won it. The Bailey Trophy was donated to the Stoke Bowling Club by his late father, Denny Bailey, 41 years ago, in memory of Pat’s mother, Lila. Pat has played for the trophy almost every year since, only missing when it was either cancelled due to poor weather, or a lack of teams forced it to be cancelled. But on Sunday, he finally won it. “I have been trying to win the trophy since 1974 and I have been in some really good teams, including one with my late sister, Kathleen Tomlinson, who won a New Zealand Championship, but I was a bridesmaid many times, so I am thrilled to bits that we won,” says Pat. Pat has been playing bowls for 52 years and during that time he has won many championships, but he

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simon@waimeaweekly.co.nz Cleaning up Bridge Street and gaining the confidence and trust of the Nelson public stand out as highlights for Nelson Bays Police Area Commander Inspector Steve Greally who is heading to Wellington next month to take up a job as national manager of road policing. When Steve arrived in Nelson three years ago, he promised to target the drunken disorder that reigned on Nelson’s Bridge St on Saturday nights and he delivered on that promise. And while he takes a lot of satisfaction out of that “result” he says one of the biggest accolades for his 137 staff at Nelson Bays police is that “our public trust and confidence is among the highest in New Zealand”. “Bridge Street has been a major focus and I think we have really changed the culture there on Saturday night and Sunday morning There are far fewer serious assaults, whether they be physical or sexual, which is great. “But the police have served Nelson Bays very well in all areas and that’s reflected in the public trust in us. I am immensely proud of my staff. “I know they work extremely hard and I’ve seen them put in a lot of sleepless nights. They have just got on and done the job they believe in so they can make it a placer safe for everyone.” Steve also identifies the downward trend in crime statistics, “a couple” of successful homicide investigations and “good results” with the Red Devils” as

Steve Greally is heading to Wellington after three years as Nelson Bays Police Area Commander. Photo: Simon Bloomberg. other highlights. “The downward trend in the crime stats is pleasing and we have had really good traction over the last three years. But that will hit a lower limit and so we need to keep looking at ways to continually keep improving the way we do things and make gains - that will be one of the biggest challenges for the new area commander.” Steve says one of the keys to the police’s success over the last three years has been engaging the community and that’s something he learned quickly as an area commander. “It’s been a steep learning curve and I have learned so much about people. It’s not just about managing staff, it’s also about interacting with the people outside the police and in the community

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motor vehicles of all shapes and sizes, and a great range of entertainment. This motor show is not only an interactive and thrilling event for everyone; it has a pretty unique way of doing things. For example, a truck load of fantastic prizes are up for grabs for anyone. From car trailers, a bed made out of a car, car batteries, model cars, oil packs and vouchers, to the mother-load of all prizes, three convertible cars that will be given away over the three days. The show will unofficially start on Thursday at Smugglers Pub and Cafe with a registration evening. Come along beYou name it, we engrave it ... we can also scan logos and images and engrave it on almost anything imaginable! tween 6pm and 8pm to Computerised, laser and rotary engraving of name plates/badges, register for the Bay Hop, Nelson Motor Show organiser Steve Steele and Daisy selling raffle tickets signs, metals & brass, plaques, control panels, plastics, Black Friday Cruz, mo- for one of the major prizes – a V8 manual Ford Mustang Convertible. photos, labels, rubber stamps and trophies tor show or the Saturday night event, or come for a catch up if registered in the motor show or not, and those who comyou’ve previously signed up, and those plete the cruz and fill out a form will also go in the draw to registered will automatically go into the win Friday's convertible. The cruz will follow a map that draw to win a sound system sponsored is available off the website at www.nelsonmotorshow.com, by Smugglers. Friday activities kick starting at Speights Ale House in Tahuna then travelling off at 9:30am at the Stables Restaurant via Richmond, Stoke, Nelson and out to Atawhai, before and Bar for the Bay Hop. Steve will be returning to the ale house. At 9pm, the lucky winner of PHONE / FAX 544 8001 - Call Bill 0274 573 825 leading a cruise out to Kaiteriteri and the Ford Capri Convertible will be announced by Steve’s Email: bill-val.eng@xtra.co.nz - 5 McGlashen Ave, Richmond then home via Mapua, with registration good friend and major sponsor, Gareth Caldwell, owner and attendance to the activity earning of Speights Ale House. one entry into the draw for the vehi- Saturday marks the start of the public show, so come along cle giveaway that night. At 6:30pm, the and view the pride and joy of owners from Gore to AuckBlack Friday Cruz will start. Everyone land. Kids will love the chance to play pilot as they explore is welcome to take part whether you’re the plane and helicopter display, while the army, navy and

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Tahuna Beach Holiday Park air force offer an educational side for young people think- Sunday is another chance for the public see the beauty of ing about a career in one of the defence forces. Last year, American Muscle all the way through to modern day ve- possible without the generosity of so many sponsors, and 16 recruit applications were successful through the Nel- hicle technology, but as the final day, it will also conclude the support of so many local businesses is much appreson Motor Show. There will be some impressive trucks, an the Nelson Motor Show with the judging of the vehicles ciated by Steve and the organising team. Entrance to the engine destruction and an exhibition by the fire brigade and prize giving, and the raffle draw of the Ford Mustang show is off Parkers Rd, with traffic management by Asphalt and General and free parking to all public cars inusing the Jaws of Life. The show will also feature a car sale Convertible. yard and a trunk and treasure swap meet. Come along A variety of refreshments will be available for sale too, side the Tahuna Holiday Park. Nelson Motor Show asks and have a look at what’s on offer. If something takes your with hot and cold drinks, food and the Speights Ale House all to please support their sponsors as they make the show stand. The Nelson Motor Show is held over the days of a reality. For more details visit the motor show website. fancy, a bit of haggling might get it for a tidy price. Those registered in the motor show will also be looking Friday 13, Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 February. The show forward to winning one of the 40 available trophies. Top award being Show Champion, followed by People’s Choice, however, they have the whole spectrum covNELSON N.Z. ered with trophies for 'work in progress', 'shit that’s different', 'unique modifications' and so much more. Things don’t end there though. Saturday night is jam packed with a selection of entertainment including live music from Kick, performances by Sun City Burlesque, Dynamite Pole Studio and special guest this year, UrColin Murray and his son Devon checking out the engine of a zila Carlson. Taking the place of Proud to support the Nelson Motor Show 2007 Ford Mustang GT California Special at last year’s Nelson Ewen Gilmour after his death last Motor Show. year, Urzila will be doing a trib8 Muritai Steet, Tahuna Ph: 546 4084 ute show in memory of Ewen, featuring the auctioning is open to everyone, with entrance just off of an air brush portrait of him. Those who buy tickets $5 on the day. Tickets to Urzila Carlwill also go into the draw for a BMW M3 Convertible, a son’s show are $25 and can be booked Red Bull fridge and products, a model of an AC Cobra at www.nelsonmotorshow.com while or Interislander travel vouchers. Ewen’s limo, which he raffle tickets are also just $5. used to attend the Variety Bash, will also be there on the The Nelson Motor Show wouldn’t be day. Steve has brought it down from up north so people can take a look, remember one of New Zealand’s comedy icons and even go for a ride.

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

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

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The Lantern Finding New Life The birth of a new baby is always awe-inspiring. Recently our family welcomed another wee girl into the world. Snuggles with the new born were delightful. Who enjoys reading the Letters to the Editor? There is often vigorous debate about various religions including Christianity. Some say believing in Jesus Christ takes blind faith. Recently, Ray Mackie, wrote: Christianity is a reasonable faith, based on historical evidence, eyewitness accounts, pathology, circumstantial evidence, documents by hostile witnesses, lives dramatically changed for the better. (Nelson Mail, 2/2/15)

of life and letting Jesus create new life in us. Jesus does that real well. Every new baby is wonderful. New Christians are wonderful too, if sometimes a bit scary in their enthusiasm. New life is a great experience. New life is possible every day, simply by asking Jesus to be near us and to do what he wants within us. Keen to experience new life? Visit a church, read the Bible, join a Christian group, or approach Jesus directly. — Susan Gill, Vicar

Friday 13 February 5.30–9 pm Demonstration and assist in brewing a pale ale BYO BBQ

Messy Church Sunday 15 February 4 pm Church on the Hill hall Informal family fun, craft, story and prayer activities followed by a shared meal. Bring something to share for the meal.

Older Youth

Tuesday 17 February Tuesday 3 March Church on the Hill hall Come for a cuppa 11.30 am or midday for the meal. Food and friendship for body, soul and spirit. Lunch is provided. Koha welcome.

St Albans, Appleby Service Sunday 22 February 10.30 am Sunday 8 March 10.30 am

And ….. some prefer to avoid this next bit … it involves being changed in order to fulfil the potential God has given us. Some years back, Jesus told a religious-type guy, “You must be born again.” Christians have made this ‘born-again’ thing into a formula. That’s a very great pity. Being ‘born again’ is actually about dying to our old, self-centred way

I have been to Tuvalu four times in the last two years to help people to become more self-sufficient. The mentoring is free to the businesses involved. One of my clients is a fisherman who goes out every day in his dinghy and outboard motor and sells his catch on the front lawn of his house on his return.

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The Christian faith is not a bunch of dry, dull facts though. It is a life-affirming, life-enhancing relationship with the living Jesus. It is about experiencing love and power in that relationship.

Funafuti is one of 8 Island in Tuvalu, (previously called the Ellice Islands) about 1,000 km north of Fiji and ten degrees south of the equator. The nearest island to Funafuti is 100 km to the north.

For more details, ring the church office 544-8844 or visit our website

Sunday 15 February 5–7 pm Church on the Hill hall Bring something to share for tea.

Ray’s gets it. Most Christians are not empty-headed, clueless people. Most have examined the evidence and made rational deductions from what they’ve discovered. Most churches and church leaders encourage people to research and evaluate their faith. Hopefully Christians are thinking people.

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Men’s Forum Monday 23 February 7–9 pm Topics varied and everyone can voice their opinion. The only subject we do not discuss is religion

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Wednesday 25 February 2 pm, Church on the Hill Short service followed by a speaker. All ladies welcome to attend.

Starting up for the year we have a variety of groups for people interested in exploring various aspects of Christian spirituality and life. Some are weekly and some fortnightly. The groups cover a variety of topics and have their own formats to suit the members of the group. It can help to mull over ideas and questions together rather than by ourselves and usually it involves quite a few laughs along the way.

Thursday 26 February 6 pm Social gathering, BYO tea. For fun and fellowship. All women welcome.

If you’d like to find out more phone or email – 544 8844, church.onhill@xtra.co.nz

Sunday 29 March 10.30 am Church on the Hill

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Garage Sale Saturday 14 March Church on the Hill

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My observations tell me that the diet of Tuvaluans is not terribly healthy because it being a coral island, they can’t grow vegetables there unless they import soil from Fiji.

Mondays and Thursdays 9.30 am–12 pm Preschool playgroup for tots and parents, includes 30 minutes of music and movement.

My suggestion was to start a small hydroponic growing enterprise. Firstly, to increase his income and secondly, to make available greens, which the locals are lacking.

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Sometimes it takes a bit of persuading to think outside the square but we are always hopeful. —Jacob Klootwyk, church member

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Did you know… Many of the prominent New Zealand Company settler families who established Appleby are represented in the cemetery by St Albans church? See us again in the Waimea Weekly on 11 March


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Community Notices

Community Events Keeping you in touch

ZENDA Belly Dance with Debbie Sumner. Beginners commence in Richmond, Monday evening 16th feb held at the Richmond town hall.Cost $50.00 for 6 week term. Intermediate class commences Thursday 19 Feb in Nelson city, $60.00 for 7 week term. For all enquires please ph Deb on 5422092 or 0276890558 Boot Market Sat. 14 Feb Richmond Church of Christ. Free coffee, lots of bargains, goods for recycling or yet to be used. Cnr of Darcy & Croucher St. Sites $5 contact 5442577 SIT & BE FIT - With Marnie Brown Saxton Stadium classes start 16 Mar.. 10am $5.00 Fun, simple seated exercise to great music. Help improve your strength, balance and muscle tone. To check dates - ph: 541 0015 SIT & BE FIT - With Marnie Brown NEW Class Starts Wed. 18 Feb.. Richmond New Life Church, 85 Wensley Rd.. 9.30am $5.00 Fun, simple seated exercise to great music. Help improve your strength, balance & muscle tone. Ph 541 0015 Are you new in town or just keen to meet some people? Join the Nelson Newcomers Network for drinks or nibbles at Rhythm & Brown, 19 New St. 11 Feb., 7pm onwards. nelson@newcomers.co.nz Post Natal Support WAKEFIELD. Are there days when being a Mum is a challenge? The reality of being a Mum isn’t how it is in the adverts. Post Natal Support is having a coffee meeting at Wakefield Tea rooms on Tuesday 10th Feb. Friendly & supportive offering useful strategies for life with children & self care. Other support also available including face to face counselling & a support person to visit Mums in their homes ring Gwen 548 3555 for more details. Richmond Creative Fibre- meetings at Birch Hall, Richmond showgrounds, 9.30am on 2 & 4 Thurs. for Spinning, 3rd Thursday for Felting/weaving. New members welcome, bring your lunch. Contact Mary 547 2611 Better Breathing Classes (BBC) including hydrotherapy pool held regularly. Light exercise with a focus on breathing & relaxation. Ph: Nelson Asthma Society 546 7675 for more information & classes near you.

NZChina Friendship Society Nelson AGM & Chinese New Year banquet. Eastern Cuisine Restaurant Richmond. Sun. Feb. 22. Contact Barbara Markland 544 4712. WAIMEA AREA QUILTERS Our first 2015 meeting is at Hope School Library on Feb. 12th, 7.30pm . Speaker will be Fiona Jenkins on her Mosaics; plus news, Show & Tell etc. New Members welcome to this friendly group. Contact: Secretary Marilyn on 541 8435 Forest & Bird Wed. Feb 11 Rob Smith will talk on his personal project to rebuild the West Coast (near Hari Hari) Amethyst Hydro Scheme, winning the Innovation in Excellence at Deloitte’s Energy Excellence Awards. 7.30pm Tahunanui School, Muritai St. PILATES - will improve tone, flexibility and strength in your body. Richmond classes available. Bring a friend for FREE when attending your first class in February with Sue Alsop, Mat Instructor. Book on 538 0318 or 021 0344 109. Playgroup: Sallies Play Cafe Richmond held at The Salvation Army, 57 Oxford St Fridays 9.30am 11.30am (term time) Starting Friday 13th February. Come along meet other mums while the kids play. Bring morning tea for your own child(ren). Cuppa provided. Gold coin donation. More info contact Vanessa 0274446976 The Mapua Art Group exhibition at Eyebright, McShanes Rd. Open daily 9-5 until 15th. Free entry. All works for sale. Come & browse. We’d love to see you. Mystery Ink is kicking off for 2015. Meet in the teen area at Richmond Library, Thurs 12 February @ 3.45. Ages 12-17, all welcome. Backchat books, movies and music. Free snack. Prizes. Learn to Play Bridge Do you enjoy cards, like challenges and want to stay mentally alert?...then discover Bridge with the Richmond Bridge Club. Lessons start Thurs 5 Mar, first lesson is free! Ph Shirley 544 6734 Fibre Spectrum - 280 Trafalgar St, ph: 5481939 www.fibrespectrum.co.nz January exhibition “Summer Selection” - Weaving by, Peg Moorhouse,

Sue Broad, Rose Pelvin and Jane Clark. Boundaries group for woman starting 11 Feb 1pm. This is a 8 week workshop on how to have good boundaries in every area of your life. Healthy boundaries happy life. Please ph 0274435507 Sharyn Divorced? Separated? You don’t have to go through it alone. Find help. Discover hope. Experience healing. Divorce Care. 13 week video, seminar and support group. Starts Mon 23 Feb. Richmond Church of Christ cnr Croucher & Darcy Sts 7:30 - 9:30pm. Cost $5 per session includes refreshments & workbook. Email DivorceCarenn@gmail.com or Cell/Text 0274193035 Fitness in the Park. All free, runs from 14 Feb - 18 April. All three programmes are free to the community. Jogging Sport Tasman entry level learn how to jog gradually & safely starts Wed 11 Feb 5:30pm Ph Sarah 9232313 or sarah.h@sporttasman.org.nz for more info. Cycling Entry level groups in Nelson & Richmond weekly cycles around our wonderful cycleways our focus is on enjoyment rather than distance Sarah.H@sporttasman.org.nz or Sarah 9232313. Fitness in the Park staring 14 Feb every Saturday get active with a different trainer for 10 weeks All levels of fitness catered for. Visit www. sporttasman.org.nz/Fitness_in_the_Park IT’S FREE! DOVEDALE COUNTRY AFFAIR. Sun 15 Feb. ‘15. Stallholders applications available. Cost $25-00 a site or $50-00 for food. Ph 03 5433832 Ann Win or email: evanannwin@ruralinzone.net. Stoke Seniors January activities Anne Spear (Activities Co-ordinator) Thurs Jan 15: Quiz. All welcome Weds Jan 21: Anne Spear in concert with favourite songs. Thurs Jan 22: Daryl Page sings & plays ukulele Tues Jan 27: Bob Young entertains with country music. Weds Jan 28: HOUSIE $5 a card Thurs Jan 29: Heather Lackner from Nelson Alzheimers Association to talk. All events start at 1.30 pm with a donation entry of $3 (incl. Afternoon tea). 548 Main Rd, Stoke. PH: 5472660. VOLUNTEER DRIVERSWe are looking for volunteers to drive seniors to and

from their homes to attend club activities. If you can help please call the Office on 5472660. REGULAR EVENTS 2015 - Time to develop your potential? Join POWERtalk Waimea to gain confidence & improve your speaking skills. Meetings Wednesdays, 1st & 3rd Wednesdays at Annesbrook, 7-9 pm. Ph: Helen 5483893 or Nissa 5419747. Website: www.powertalknelson1.wordpress.com No matter what’s troubling you - Samaritans can listen anytime of the day or night. Phone 0800 726 666. Feeling sad, stressed or stuck? Identify and explore new ways to move forward with a Life Linc Nelson Counsellor. Call 548 2400. Up to 10 FREE Face to Face counselling sessions. Help new refugees & migrants to the Nelson-Tasman area learn English for an hour or so a week. Training & support provided. Next volunteer training course starts 10th March. English Language Partners 539 4848 ali.morton@englishlanguage.org.nz ALLIANCE FRANCAISE Join us Fridays, 4-5:45 pm at La Gourmandise, 276 Hardy St, for informal French conversation. All welcome whatever your level of French. See www.af-nelson-tasman.org.nz TOASTMASTERS Improve your social confidence. Learn the art & skills of public speaking. There are 4 Toastmasters Clubs in Nelson/Motueka. For info contact June at 022-018-0853 or neatjun@yahoo.co.nz. Tiny Tots, a free, fun introduction to stories, songs, movement and rhymes for preschoolers and their caregivers. Tuesday 10am till 10.30am Children’s Area, Richmond Library during term time. Mum4Mum Breastfeeding support meets the last Wednesday of every month 10am at the Ecomoon Collective Building, 120 Bridge St, Nelson. All welcome Ph Tara 0212772098 or mum4mum@nbph.org.nz 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.

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ORIENTEERING: The Nelson Orienteering Club’s season continues with a Have A Go Day at Rabbit Island this Sunday. Start any time between 10.30am and 12.30pm with the start located near the main toilet facility. On Monday, the club’s first summer series and school’s races will be held at Waimea College with start times from 5pm to 6.30pm. All welcome. HALF IRONMAN: Nelson triathletes dominated last Saturday’s inaugural Te Pa Wines Marlborough Sounds Half Ironman based in Picton. Nelson couple Robin Reid and Britta Martin won the men’s and women’s races with Robin winning in 4 hours 21 minutes and 56 seconds and Britta recording 4hr 41min 57sec to finish fourth overall. Another Nelson couple, Rob and Eileen Searle, won their 50-59 age groups in 5hr 1min 29sec and 5hr 31min 57sec respectively. Nelson’s Mandy MedcalfStephens, Roger Matheson and Alan Bryson won the team’s section in 4hr 41min 40sec. The race included a 1.9km swim, 94.1km cycle and 21km run.

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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

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www.enviro.co.nz

545 1053

FLOOR SANDING

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Regas or New Struts

0800 427 782 or 03 544 1212

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PAINTER

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25

• • • • • •

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15 Leicester Street, Stoke, Nelson

info@enterprisepdl.co.nz www.enterprisepdl.co.nz

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022 327 8813

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For course dates see www.harristraining.co.nz

Ph: 544 4062

(opp Westpac)

info@harristraining.co.nz

Mob: 0274 574 775

Basic Service 85 Improve the performance

$

Planning Construction Planting Maintenance

PAINTER

Ph 548 7655

155 Trafalgar St

548 0007

GAS STAY SPECIALISTS

Landscapes

Adam 0275 288 434 021 255 6163 / 544 0444 Brumwell

eliteflooring2005ltd@xtra.co.nz www.elitefloorsanding.co.nz

PAINTER

• Landscaping + Fencing • Pre-Sale Garden Tidy Up • Lawn Care & Mowing • Gardening • Hedges & Treework • Green Waste Removal • Section Clearing • Handyman Services • Chipping Greenwaste • Stump Grinding • Mowing Services for Large Sections Contact us today! Andrew & Wendy Neame

Computer Problems?

For the best service in town call or visit

Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning

24/7 phone: 03 548 2831 nelson@enviro.co.nz

or 027 240 4979

10% OFF

CED ADVAN S NG BOOKI

544 6880

per week

COMPUTERS

12, 13, 26, 27, 28 3, 10, 19, 27, 28 7, 14, 21, 30 1, 2, 12, 28, 29, 30

Ph 544 9180 Corporate Rates Available

Healing you

and the life of your heatpump

Over 20 years experience $80 per hour

022 609 0088 www.souloasis.nz

Phone

0800 448 446 Steve Fletcher

www.heatpumpnelson.co.nz

PLUMBER

PLUMBER

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• Renovations • Kitchens • Bathrooms 4 Coach Pl, Brightwater

0275 423 343

• • • • • •

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A/H: 542 3343

544 8059

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