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Andrew Board We’ve had the Rugby World Cup, the Cricket World Cup, the Crusaders and the Blacksticks, but deputy mayor Paul Matheson says a British and Irish Lions game could surpass them all. Nelson City Council has allocated half a million dollars in its long term plan if Nelson can secure a game during the Lions rugby tour to New Zealand in 2017. Paul says the region has proven itself as a place that can host international sporting events. “Running on the success of the Rugby World Cup and Cricket World Cup we’re saying to ourselves ‘we get a good return, so lets have a shot at it’.” The tour is one of the largest sports tours in the world and sees thousands of rugby fans from the UK and Ireland follow the team for more than a month. The Lions only visit New Zealand every 12 years and Nelson has thrown its hat in the ring to host one of the games. “I think the Lions tour will attract more interest because they have that base support that travels the world,” says Paul. “It could be bigger than the rugby or cricket world cups because you’ll see more of them on the ground and they love a hamburger or two.” Nelson Tasman Tourism’s Lynda Keene says if a game was to come to Nelson it would be a huge boost for the industry, with the game likely to be broadcast live to a huge audience in the UK, a traditional tourism market for Nelson. wheelchairs mobility scooters walkers/canes electric bed/hoists lift assist chairs bathroom solutions incontinence products daily living aids/products

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Former Navy man Neil Ballock, left, and Nelson RSA president Barry Pont, with some of the crosses that will be at Trafalgar Park for this Saturday’s Anzac Day commemorations. Photo: Andrew Board.

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andrew@nelsonweekly.co.nz at Trafalgar Park this year. Nelson RSA president Barry Pont says the traditional home of the service, Anzac Gardens, is simply too small to host it this year. “Every year it grows and grows, but this

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“No, I’m not. Obviously its very important to New Zealanders, but there are some exhibitions in the library and museum that I will go to.”

“Yes, I’ll be going to the one in Nelson.”

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Biggest crowd ever expected for Nelson’s dawn service FROM PAGE 1 RSA’s district president, Derek Nees, says this year’s dawn service will be particularly poignant. “It’s the centennial of an event which marked the beginning of nationhood of both New Zealand and Australia. People will want to come to remember and commemorate those who didn’t return from Gallipoli and other battles of the war.” The service will also include live music by brass and pipe bands, and the unveiling of a field of remembrance - nearly

600 white crosses, each individually named for someone from the Nelson province who died in or as a result of World War I service. The crosses will be laid out on Trafalgar Park behind a temporary cenotaph. In other firsts, plans are underway to fly a Tiger Moth and replica Mustang over Trafalgar Park at the conclusion of the service, after which people are invited to stay on at the park to buy breakfast from food vendors. They will be able to wander through the Field of Remembrance and place their poppies on the cenotaph. Trafalgar Park will open this Saturday

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Correction to car crash article Last week Nelson Weekly reported that a dog running onto the road had a part to play in a car crash on Lower Queen St. Police say it is not the case and the car drove into the back of a van which had pulled into the centre of the lane to turn right. We apologise for the error.

Services and Parades Nelson: Dawn Parade - 5.45am at Millers Acre to Trafalgar Park. Service - 6am at Trafalgar Park. WWI Service - 9am at Cathedral grounds WW1 Memorial. Richmond: Parade - 10:45am from Sundial Square. Service - 11am at War Memorial Gardens, Cambridge St. Brightwater: Service - 9am at Brightwater Memorial Hall Gates. Wakefield: Service - 10am at the Cenotaph. Tapawera: Parade - 9:40am from St Peter’s Church. Service - 9:45am Memorial Hall.


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Oil companies eye conservation parks Oil and gas exploration companies could be drilling in two conservation parks in the Tasman district, after they were included in the latest tenders for petroleum exploration permits announced by the government. Ninety-one square kilometres of Mount Richmond Forest Park and 417 square kilometres of Victoria Forest Park are included in the 2007 square kilometre West Coast Basin block titled 15WEC-R1. The block extends from Murchison north to Mt Richmond and is one of seven included in the tender which was announced by the Minister of Energy and Resources, Simon Bridges, on March 30.

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Tasman mayor Richard Kempthorne says if any oil companies were interested in exploring land in the district he’d be looking at the positives. “It could be a good thing for the region,” he says. “It certainly has possibilities for job creation in the region and my understanding is that if someone did put their hand up there would be a resource consent process before it goes ahead.” He says the consent would look at environmental issues, but if the effects were deemed to be “minor” he would be keen to

see it happen. “If it can be well managed then I’m happy for it to go ahead because it will be good for our economy.” The New Zealand Petroleum and Minerals website states that the West Coast block “is prospective for oil, gas and coal seam gas”, with discoveries dating back to the very early 1900s. An exploration permit gives the permit holder the rights to search for commercially recoverable reserves of oil and gas in a specific area. The activities allowed under this permit include sampling, geological studies, seismic surveys and drilling exploratory wells for oil or gas.

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LAST POST: Chris Lawton, Mason Robinson and Logan Ford, of Garin College, play the Last Post outside the Nelson Provincial Museum on Monday at 5pm. Buglers will together sound the Last Post live outside Nelson Provincial Museum at 5pm each night this week, in the countdown to the centennial of the Gallipoli landings on Anzac Day. Photo: Jacob Chandler.

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SEXUAL ASSAULT IN NELSON: A woman was allegedly sexually assaulted near the Maitai River Thursday night after socialising at a Bridge St bar. She left the bar with a man she had been socialising with between midnight and 1am walking down Collingwood St and on to Riverside Drive. The man is alleged to have sexually assaulted the woman and then left. Police were alerted shortly after. HOTEL VERANDA DAMAGE: The Wakatu Hotel veranda has been damaged and has the potential to collapse, says Nelson City Council. Council staff are investigating the damage. Coowner of the hotel, Margaret Monopoli, says she believes the damage is due to the old age of the building. She says all the commotion has caused an increase in customer numbers to the bar. KID SNAPPED BEHIND THE WHEEL: A goat has been snapped behind the wheel at a Nelson Supermarket car park. The image surfaced on Facebook and shows Otis the goat and Spot the dog sitting in the front seats of a car outside Fresh Choice in Nelson. Owner of the goat, Miranda Levett, says she often gets people doing a double take when she takes her goat for rides in the car. “He loves car rides, he hangs his head out the window and his big floppy ears flap in the wind.”

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Ingrid Penfold of the NZ Classic Motorcycles and Nelson City councillor Tim Skinner, on the 1918 Excelsior and sidecar that will be on display at the Apple Fair this Monday. Photo: Andrew Board.

One hundred years on from World War I, Founders Heritage Park is recreating a distinctly Nelson war-time fair. During the First World War, events were held in Nelson to raise funds for wounded soldiers, including street parades down Trafalgar St, signing of the Red Cross flag, Apple Day, and patriotic concerts in the Theatre Royal. One of those events – Apple Day – will come to life again this year with a range of exhibitions and activities, including variety shows of comic sketches and songs of the time, through to a street tea party with games including apple bobbing and hoop ‘n stick. Organiser Maria Anderson says the Apple Day was a uniquely Nelson event. “Apples were a really big thing in Nelson back then. It was all about ‘bring your apples after the harvest and we’ll on-sell them and the profits will go to the families of wounded soldiers’.” She says the plan was to recreate the community spirit of the home front from 100 years ago.

Community bands will be playing on the village green and selected produce will be available from the Farmers Market. Nelson’s local reenactment army group will also be dispatched. Cars and motorbikes from the WWI era will also be there. Members of Nelson’s Vintage Car Club will present cars including a 1912 Rover, a 1915 Ford Model T, a 1918 Buick and a 1911 Mitchell. And four bikes from NZ Classic Motorcycles will also be on display, including a 1918 Excelsior and sidecar, 1914 Royal Ruby, 1911 Royal Enfield, and a 1915 New Hudson. Other partners include the Red Cross, who will be recreating the Red Cross Flag Signing where the public can sign the flag, a replica of the original flag signed in 1915 has been supplied by Nelson Provincial Museum. Local wine group Wakatu Small Sips are also planning an apple juicing demonstration. The fair will be held on Monday, April 27 at Founders Heritage Park, from 10am to 3.30pm. Entrance is $5 per person or $10 for families.

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Keep Victory Safe’s Marica Higgs, left, and Gayle Petch, with the new signs showing Victory Square now has CCTV security cameras. Photo: Andrew Board. focus. “The difference has been huge since the liquor shop closed. There are no broken bottles in the park, there aren’t people sitting here drinking. It’s cleaned up the square a lot,” says Marcia. Kindra Douglas, of the Victory Community Centre, was the person who first identified a need for an initiative to make Victory a safer place. She’s thrilled with the results. “I guess over the past two or three years we’ve noticed a slight increase in what we’d say was unsafe behaviour. There

were a few little fires around the campus, there were burglaries at the schools and then we had the terrible attack at the community gardens,” she says. “I guess that good reputation that we had started to develop was being eroded.” Marica says the project has been a success. “More people are using the park, it’s a nice atmosphere, it’s just so different. You can’t always see the work you’ve done, you can’t always put it in a report or on paper, you just know and it just evolves over time.”

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Men, women and dogs team up for sheep dog trials Tadmor's Eion Herbert showed he is heading in the right direction as he prepares for next month's national champs in Whanganui, when he won two titles at the Waimea Sheep Dog Trials near Wakefield last week. Eion won his first national title last year when he teamed with Storm to win the long-head final in Geraldine. The champion combination showed they hitting good form again as they delivered a near perfect display to win the long-head at the Waimea champs with 96 points. Eion also teamed up with Pat to win the short-head and yard, and finish second in the long-head at the Waimea champs. He also finished third and fourth in the shor-head with Bell and Storm respectively, completing a successful two-days at the club's champs. Although championships were dominated in both numbers and results by the blokes, Upper Moutere's Julie Webb-Brownlee and Pixie showed that dog trialling is not exclusively the domain of males. "I love being out with my dogs and training them," Julie, who

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Cindy Day dangles in the air as she is winched up by Paul Bryant during the Nelson Marlborough Rescue Helicopter Open Day. Photo: Jacob Chandler.

BRASS BAND CONCERT: Nelson City Brass is hosting an Anzac Day variety concert at the Theatre Royal this Saturday. The concert is for people of all ages and will include wartime melodies and traditional sing along tunes such as Pokarekare Ana, several movie themes, a little folk and some recent popular compositions. A special feature of the concert is New Zealand composer Dwayne Bloomfield’s ‘Behold the Narrows from the Hill’ which tells the moving story of the New Zealand Infantry Brigade’s capture of Chanuk Bair on Gallipoli in 1915. The concert starts at 7.30pm on April 25. Tickets for sale at the Theatre Royal. BABY BONANZA: One of Plunket’s biggest fundraisers for the year, the annual Plunket Baby Bonanza is here again, with over 30 stalls featuring children’s clothing, toys and nursery items. The Plunket Baby Bonanza will be held from 9am to 12pm at Hope Hall, Main Rd, Hope, on Saturday, May 2. The cost of entry is $2 per adult, children are free. If you are interested in booking a stall, phone Lisa on 542 4496, large stalls cost $25 and small stalls cost $15.

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BIKER’S BREKKIE: John Westerson, Calvin Muirhead and Steve Holmes at the Bikers Brekkie at 1903 Square in central Nelson last Wednesday. All riders, on motorbikes or mopeds/scooters, were invited to the free breakfast and coffee at 1903 Square, under the Cathedral. The aim of the breakfast was to get riders together in a lowkey relaxed atmosphere and share their stories and advice with fellow riders and, of course, receive a free coffee. Photo: Andrew Board.

Monique Bergman Local students will come together to assume the role of international diplomats and discuss some of the world’s most important international issues this week. UN Youth New Zealand is a youth-for-youth, non-profit, volunteer organisation which aims to educate and inspire young New Zealanders through actions and events. Year 13 Waimea College student Olivia Meikle and year 11 Nayland College student, Andre Castaing are UN Youth High School Ambassadors for the region. They are involved in organising and promoting the annual Model United Nations conference, designed for high school students, which simulates the running of the United Nations. Around 80 students from Nelson, Tasman and Marlborough will attend the event to be held at Nayland College UN Youth ambassadors on Friday. Andre Castaing, left, and Students are Olivia Meikle. Photo: given a country to Monique Bergman. represent before the conference commences and during the course they debate opposing viewpoints and vote on a resolution that would be of benefit to each country. “Being involved in UN Youth provides a high school voice, it also helps develop skills in analyzing issues and public speaking, as well as making you look at issues from other people’s perspective,” says Andre. The event is a chance for youth within the Nelson-Tasman and Marlborough region to learn about diplomacy and global issues, and meet like-minded individuals who want to make a difference in their community. Tasman mayor Richard Kempthorne will be opening the event and welcoming the delegates.

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Texture exhibition gives tattooist a new ‘canvas’ Stoke artist Cate Murphy spends most of her day working on live canvases, so she always enjoys the opportunity to paint on inanimate objects. Cate was one of nine artists from around the Nelson region who had their works on display at Sunday’s opening of their Texture Exhibition, at The Old Post Office in Upper Moutere. One of Cate’s pieces was an old handsaw which she had painted and she says it makes a change from her usual medium. “I’m a professional tattooist, so it’s nice being able to do what I like when I paint these objects,” Cate says. “Everything is a canvas so I just find objects, like this saw and old mahogany and cane trays, and paint them - it’s kind of folk or recycled art.” Another Stoke artist, Rachael Brown, was exhibiting photographs of dahlia’s on a textured cotton canvas. She was inspired to photograph the flowers after spending

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Stoke artists Cate Murphy and Rachael Brown at the opening of the Texture Exhibition on Sunday. Photo: Simon Bloomberg. her childhood helping her Post Office to enjoy the space grandmother who was “a and share their talents with visitors and locals”, says Fleur. passionate dahlia grower”. “I wanted to photograph them The exhibit features ceramics, illustrations, in the different stages of life so paintings, there are some dying ones there photographs and sculptures too. I think they are beautiful at linking to the theme of ‘Texture’. any stage of their life.” Gallery manager and artist The exhibition will run from Fleur Wood, has gathered April 19 through to May 24 over 20 pieces for the Texture at The Old Post Office in Exhibition. “I wanted to bring Upper Moutere, with all works a variety of artists into the Old available for purchase.

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A Nelson mother has given her daughter a special Anzac legacy to be handed down to future generations. Aubrey Lumsden, who turns 93 years-old next month, has been attending Anzac Day services since the end of World War II. Her daughter, Jan Phipps, joins her each year to remember her grandfather and father who served in the First and Second World Wars. To mark the Anzac First World War Centenary, Jan asked her mother, who is an avid knitter, if she would make her a shawl out of knitted poppies to wear at the commemorations. “I’ve knitted around 100 poppies this year, so I thought why not sew some of them together and make a shawl for Jan to wear in the parade,” says Aubrey. Their family has a long history with the military, which starts with Aubrey’s father, Edward John Pahl, serving at Gallipoli during World War I. “He came back from Gallipoli sick and wounded, he was a signaller and he slept in a bivouac on the cliff at Gallipoli and would have to run around the trenches, I remember him saying the scenes were terrible. When the war finished, he would attend the Anzac Day services then come

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home and sit and listen to the radio and tears would stream down his face,” says Aubrey. When war broke out in 1940, Aubrey was employed in the Nelson Women’s Auxiliary Army Corps as a shorthand typist and received medals for her service. “We were busy with all things pertaining to war. I was promoted to a Lance Corporal and got an extra sixpence a week which I was happy about,” says Aubrey. Aubrey met her husband, Ken Lumsden, who was a trainee pilot in the Royal New Zealand Airforce, during her college days in Nelson. She married him during the Second World War, in 1943, just after he had completed his airforce training. “We married during his final leave because soon after his training was finished he got posted, it was a Friday night and we rushed into Nelson to find a wedding ring. Ken went overseas straight away after we married and I spent my honeymoon in Auckland by myself,” says Aubrey. He served as a fighter pilot during the war, flying Dakotas and Kittyhawks in the Guadalcanal cam-

Jan Phipps with her mother Aubrey Lumsden. Jan is wearing a poppy shawl knitted by her mother. Photo: Monique Bergman. paign. While on a mission, Ken was shot down by the Japanese, but managed to land on a submerged coral reef. With only the tail of his aircraft sticking out, he was able to get to his life raft and tie it to the tail and waited in the

hot sun to be rescued. Eventually, he saw a US Naval ship in the distance and started waving his distress flag. Unfortunately, the flag was red with a white circle in the middle, similar to a Japanese flag and the Americans mistook him

for the enemy and started shooting. He quickly realised what was happening and took off his flying cap to show them his fair hair. He was taken to their US base and was reported missing by his squadron for 11 days. “His squadron thought he had been shot and killed, and they had written a letter addressed to me saying that he had fallen behind formation and encountered the enemy alone and that he was missing, presumed dead, and they were searching for him,” says Aubrey. Her husband was found before the letter was posted and it was given to him as a memento. After the surrender of Japan, he served at Hiroshima and Nagasaki, bringing the J-Force soldiers back home. When he returned, he worked as an Airforce Relations Officer in Nelson and was involved in recruitment. Aubrey’s son, Paul Lumsden, also served in the army for 29 years and retired as a Captain, having toured East Timor, Sinai and Egypt. Jan remembers her father, Ken, as a loving and gentle man. “Dad never talked to us about the war until he got sick and was having terrible nightmares about it,” says Jan.

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welcomes Ryan Elley Whiteware repair specialist

Don’t dump it. Do your bit for the environment and save on the pocket. Ryan can fix rangehoods, cooktops, ovens, dishwashers, waste disposals, washers, dryers, fridge, freezers.

Ph Ryan on 021 181 4546

mechanical - maintenance - Performance

Full mechanical service Full range of new quality tyres Batteries with NZ’s longest warranty FREE roadside hazard insurance on every new tyre sold Performance enhancement including ECU re-mapping

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Simplytravel is an independently owned and operated boutique travel agency operating for over 21 years in Nelson. We are proud to support Nelson Suburban Club and offer club members 20% discount on their travel insurance. See the team who are passionate about travel and are travellers too. 253 Trafalgar St, Nelson | P: 03 546 9229 | 0800 776 278 | www.simplytravel.net.nz

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Save yourself the cost of appliance replacement and call your new whiteware specialists. Glen Martin of GM Electrical is proud to introduce Ryan Elley to the business and his skills in the repair, service and installation of white wear. With 10 years in the industry, Ryan can carry out major or minor repairs on all your essential whiteware appliances and keep them running perfectly. Together with Glen’s experience in Ryan Elley general electrical solutions for your home, DIY may be best left for another day. Glen and Ryan pride themselves on being friendly and efficient, offering competitive prices and making sure the job is done right with minimal interruption to everyday life. Whether it’s fixing your hot water cylinder, wiring a new build, or repairing, installing or servicing any of your essential white ware appliances, give GM Electrical a call today and enjoy the workmanship of two professional tradesmen.

Peace of mind for vehicle owners is what drives the team at Tyres & More. Their quality service is backed up by the best warranties in the business for both batteries and tyres. When you purchase a premium passenger car battery, the supplier has already ensured you’re getting the longest warranty in New Zealand, but owner Adrian Curtis and the team at Tyres & More have extended this even further to four years because they believe so much Adrian Curtis in the products they stock. With a range of new quality tyres, Tyres & More once again offer the best warranty on the market when they immediately include a roadside hazard warranty, at no extra cost, when you purchase a new tyre from any price bracket. That means if you puncture or damage your tyre beyond repair, they’ll replace that tyre for you. Tyres & More also provide full mechanical repairs, so call in and see Adrian and the team when your vehicle needs attention, whether its brakes, WOF repairs, performance upgrades, services or maintenance checks. If your goal is to have a garden to be proud of, Ollie Sage from Sage Landscapes is the perfect man for the job. With a flair for design and a sharp eye for detail, combined with Ollie’s passion and experience at the infamous English flower shows, Sage Landscapes really is ‘the wise choice.’ “With a decade of experience, I can help you with every step of the journey from concept to completion and all the after care,” says Ollie. Now is a great time to be putting plans together for winter planting, or starting the process for larger projects that can be completed over autumn/winter, ready to burst into life in spring. Sage Landscapes has been operating in Nelson for nearly a year, having initially been an established business in England, and business is going well for the company that prides itself in communication and customer service. By listening to their customers carefully, Sage Landscapes can deliver customers a quality and distinguished garden that reflects not only their needs and wants but most importantly their personality. So why not give Ollie a call today.

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168 Tahunanui Drive  Ph: (03) 548 6815  www.nelsonsuburbanclub.co.nz Not a member? Then be their guest and known as Appalacian tap, country mulet Nelson Suburban Club show you all the sic, scrabble, cards, housie, indoor bowls, perks that come with being part of a great netball, golf, aerobic line dancing, rock & roll dancing, the Sinners Club motorcycle social facility. With an irresistible membership deal on group and gardening. These sub-sections offer, you can join for just $25 and in return you’ll receive a voucher for their restaurant worth the same amount. The promotion is a great way to experience Nelson Suburban Club as a financial member and see what all the fuss is about, and then when membership expires at the end of July this year, they guarantee you won’t want to leave. The Nelson Suburban Club is proud to offer members Lynette Smith, Sue Sara and Petra Pretty are the lovely a wide selection of cost ef- ladies who will greet you at reception. fective entertainment, dining and social activities, along with a safe meet regularly to discuss and practice their and welcoming environment that people chosen activity, and often provide the opof all ages can enjoy. The leisure activi- portunity to compete against other pubs ties available within the club range from darts, snooker and pool, to clogging – also

$25

and clubs locally, as well as nationally through Clubs New Zealand. When you think of a social club, the image in your head will most likely not come close to the reality of the Nelson Suburban Club. A great deal of effort has gone into making the club a modern and stylish place to relax with a drink, dine with friends or par- Saturday nights are popular down the Suburban Club, ticipate in a group activ- where you can enjoy a meal, live music, and live sport on ity. The combination of the big screen. colour, materials and furniture has created people the chance to line their pockets an architecturally-impressive facility that with some cash. Up to $5000 is available takes a pride in its appearance and is en- but winners can only take it home if they joyable to look at as well as to spend your are present on the night. A stage area in the leisure time. member's bar is also a draw card, with live Amongst its many regular activities, the bands performing every Friday and Saturjackpot draw is popular with the club's financial members. Three evenings a week, the club offers

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www.facebook.com/harleyspharmacy Nelson: 118 Tahunanui Drive Ph: 03 539 6408 Motueka: 285 High Street Ph: 03 528 1020 Nelson Suburban Club members, purchase tyres from the Tyre General and receive a further 10% discount off the normal retail price.

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168 Tahunanui Drive  Ph: (03) 548 6815  www.nelsonsuburbanclub.co.nz day night. Some of the extensive range of facilities you’ll be able to enjoy as a member include the main bar

restaurant. The club opens at 2pm everyday for members, with lunches being served from the cafe on Saturday and Monday from 11:30am until 1:30pm. The cafe’s casual dinners are served from 4:30pm until 8:30pm, Tuesday to Sunday. Their menu includes a selection of meals for the kids and a range of delicious cafe-style meals from the menu or the cabinet. The cafe can also cater to group bookings of up to 50 people, with reservations available by calling 548 5415. Tosswill’s restaurant offers the best in affordable buffet dining, also serving lunches on a Sunday from 11:30am until A huge variety of buffet food is available at the Tosswill’s 2pm. The four course buffet feaRestaurant. Join in April for just $25 and receive a Toswills tures homemade soup, followed by a cold and hot food selection for restaurant voucher worth the same amount. entree, main meals including some which seats around 250 people, self-service TAB, great salad options and, most important of all, the pool and darts areas, the Club Cafe and Tosswill’s delicious dessert buffet. Nelson Suburban Club

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Nelson Suburban Club offers an ideal venue for any occasion and can cater for group functions from 10-250 people ing and often provide special deals where children under 13 dine for free. If all that isn’t enough to entice you to join, the benefits of being under the Clubs New Zealand umbrella surely will. Clubs New Zealand offers members a financial share service, which means they can sign up through the organisation for services such as Kiwisaver, home loans, personal loans and home and contents insurance. Nelson Suburban Club is also supported by a number of local businesses that generously offer discounts to financial members of the club.

make one thing clear though, you don’t need to be a paid up member to enjoy some of the resources the club has to offer. While certain elements are only available to financial members, guests are more than welcome to visit and enjoy the great social atmosphere, dine at Tosswill’s or the Club Cafe, and take advantage of the club’s venue hire for their own functions. Tess Bygate is Nelson Suburban Club's function manager and making your event special, whether it’s a wedding or a family reunion, is her priority. The club encompasses three main rooms for hire; their

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Nelson’s Sam McKenzie has beaten Australia’s top ranked swimmers to win gold at the Australian Age Group Championships last week. Over 1700 swimmers from Australia and New Zealand competed at Sydney Olympic Park in the Georgina Hope Foundation Australian Age Group Championships. The meet is considered one of the best age group competition in the world, with Australia being one of the strongest swimming nations. Sam broke the New Zealand age group record in the 100 metre freestyle event. The Tasman Swim Club member swam his fastest time of 52.02 seconds in the preliminary race, breaking the previous New Zealand record of 52.26 seconds held by Joshua Taylor-Martin of Gisborne. He followed that up with 52.06 seconds in the final to take away the prestigious gold medal. He also took home a silver medal in the 15 years 200 metre freestyle final. Showing off his versatility, he also took 14.44 seconds off his personal best time in the 1500 metre freestyle race to finish 7th. “When I broke the New Zealand record in the heats, I was confident going into the final and was ranked number one, I just had to stay strong until the end, as I knew it was going to hurt, I was pretty ecstatic when I looked up and saw that I had won,” says Sam. Also representing New Zealand at the championships were Tasman Swim Club swimmers Caitlin Delaney, who

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Sam McKenzie won gold in the glamour 100 metre freestyle event at the Australian Age Group Championships last week. Photo: Monique Bergman. finished 14th in the 16 year 100 metre breaststroke event, and Thomas Heaton who placed 5th in the 16 year 1500 metre freestyle and 15th in the 16 year 400 metre freestyle races. Nelson South Club swimmer Clara Foster made her first final in an international meet, placing 10th in the 15 year 100 metre breaststroke final with a time of 1.15.06 and backed it up with a 14th place in the 200m breaststroke race. There were also three swimmers from Nelson South Swim Club who competed against New Zealand’s best at the New Zealand Open, held in Auckland last week. Ellie Rukuwai, 17, took 0.11 seconds off her personal best time in the

100 metre breaststroke to make the open final with a time of 1:15.33 and finish 8th. She chopped 0.87 seconds from her time in the 200 metre individual medley to finish 20th. Samantha Trevurza placed 15th in the women’s 50 metre backstroke after earlier finishing 25th in the 100 metre butterfly, and Eddie Neill finished 24th in the 400 metre freestyle event. The age group swimmers are already back in the pool, training hard for the National Age Group Championships in two week's time. “The swimming programme is clearly working, we are one of the hardest working squads in the country and it is starting to pay off,” says Sam.

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There has been plenty of action in Nelson Netball circles and the first goal is yet to be attempted. The Annual General Meeting in February saw the end of Julie McGrath’s rotation on the Nelson Netball Board, while Andy Vincent resigned. Both Julie and Andy have made enormous contributions to Nelson Netball. Under the constitution there were two appointed positions vacant which were filled by Gary Cox and Les Edwards. Both men bring valuable attributes to the 2015 Board. Julie Baxendine was elected as Chairperson as Andy’s replacement. Leanne Cook has been co-opted onto the Board to join sitting members Jane Andrew and Carol Cook.

Dayna Whiting has been appointed as Netball Development Co-ordinator and has hit the ground running as she comes to terms with her new role. One of her first assignments was to organize the recent School Holiday programme. Over 90 Year 5 – 8 players were put through their paces, and by all accounts the programme was resounding success. Nelson Netball’s sub committees have all spent time together to prepare for the coming season. The Competitions Committee have, at this stage, got the most arduous task in organizing the grades, and have opted for eight team grades as opposed to the traditional six team competition. Premier 2 finalists Nelson College for

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sion to turn away a chance at tying the game. “They backed themselves to do it and I’m happy with what they chose. If it was a final it would have played out slightly different, but it was a team decision." In other games, Wanderers beat Marist 29-19 at Trafalgar Park and Kahurangi beat Stoke 39-12. Nelson remains rooted at the bottom of the Car Company division one table as the teams head into the Tasman Trophy competition, which includes the club teams from Marlborough. This weekend Nelson will travel to play Harlequins, Marist will travel to Moutere; Kahurangi will host Waitohi; Stoke will travel to Central in Blenheim; Waimea will host Renwick and Wanderers have the bye.

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Anzac Day fight for grand daughter of Anzac hero Monique Bergman The Anzac fighting spirit will be with one of our region’s up and coming boxers when she steps into the ring for her first amateur bout on Saturday night. Nelson’s Caitlin Fielder has been boxing training for three years and, despite being asked several times to compete as an amateur boxer, the timing wasn’t quite right. “The opportunity to fight has come up a couple of times but I never felt that I could put 100 per cent into training due to other commitments, but this one came up and all things just fell into place,” she says. Caitlin knows only too well about dedication and sacrifice. Her grandfather is WWII veteran, Les Munro, the last surviving pilot of the Dambusters Raid, who presented his war medals and memorabilia to Auckland's Motat museum in a special ceremony last week. “My grandfather is a pretty big inspiration for me. He doesn’t know I am having a fight yet but he does know that I have been boxing training as I used to visit him on my way home from training when I lived up north,” says Caitlin. Caitlin is a member of the Fight Club Fitness Centre in Nelson and has been training with former women’s national boxing champion, Dawn Chalmers, five

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