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New groups for Southern Link scrap Supporters and opponents of the long talked-about Southern Link highway are preparing themselves for battle, with new groups being formed on both sides of the debate. Yesterday, a new community group called Vision Nelson Tasman was officially launched, and is backing the construction of the road. While another group, Guardians of Victory, opposes the road and has held several meetings in the past month. The Southern Link, or Southern Arterial Route, is proposed to go from St Vincent St, past Victory Square and through the railway reserve to Whakatu Drive. Last year, the government announced that it would investigate whether there was a business case for the road. Vision Nelson Tasman is chaired by Richmond businessman Craig Dennis and he says it’s being established as a coalition of organisations supporting regional progress. “The Southern Arterial Route is a key piece of infrastructure that

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will give Nelson a much-needed boost,” he says. “This road will make it easier for people to travel to and from the wider region to the city and port, as well as offering the chance to re-develop the waterfront and Victory into modern, vibrant sectors of our community.” He says Nelson has the secondfastest growth rate in New Zealand and over half its population growth is occurring in Stoke. The region is on target to hit 100,000 people by 2020. Guardians of Victory coordinator Gayle Petch was unavailable for comment, but had previously told Nelson Weekly that completed studies don’t support building the road and they’re working with New Zealand Transport Agency to give them the concerns of Victory residents. The government’s investigation is due to be completed this year.

AUTUMN COLOURS BRIGHTEN UP CITY: Autumn’s last few weeks have given Nelsonians a treat with stunning views of orange and yellow trees. Pictured are Nelmac staff Charlotte Croll, left, Kim Wilson, centre, and Kate Krawczyk, amidst the beautiful autumn colours in Nelson’s Queens Gardens. Photo: Jessie Johnston.

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other 4.89 per cent objecting to answer the question. Just over one per cent identify as Buddhist, 0.48 per cent as Hindu, Avery Dash 0.19 per cent as Islam/Muslim, 0.2 per cent Jewish, 0.3 per cent as Maori Christian, 0.39 per cent selected ‘other religions’ and 39.3 per cent as Christian. Owner of Possibilities new-

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year and we’re tighter as a group.” He says the band will be practising hard in their spare time to before going up on stage with a new song at Friday’s event. Smokefreerockquest founder and director, Glenn Common, says the real emphasis of the competition is on participation and the experience of performing on stage. “Some entrants will no doubt go on to success in the Kiwi music industry, but for most of the young musicians SFRQ is all about the experience of performing live on stage in a professional set up, meeting others who share their passion for performing music, and getting constructive and

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Stamp collectors show their best Monique Bergman Despite the world’s technological advances and changes in the way we do things, one hobby still remains unchanged – stamp collecting. The Nelson Philatelic Society showcased an exhibition of stamp collections at their stamp club open day, held at Stoke School last weekend. It proved very popular with both young and old collectors, with free stamps given out to children. The society promotes the hobby of stamp collecting and provides information

through discussion and demonstration at their monthly meetings. They also invite guest speakers with specialist knowledge and maintain a library for the use of members. “Some people see an advert about the open day and think it is a good time to get rid of old bags of stamps, but most people come in with their collections and it is a chance for people to see stamps they may not have seen before,” says committee member, Pam Frahm. Weldon Lineham, from Stoke, has been collecting stamps for around 40 years. “I started collecting stamps when I was

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Gun pointed at bar patron: A man has been arrested after a customer of a Bridge St bar had a pistol pointed at him. Police located the offender and a subsequent search found he was in possession of an air gun (pistol), tomahawk and a tyre iron, along with cannabis. The 52 year old Nelson man appeared in court on Friday charged will firearms and cannabisrelated offences. The end of EcoFest: Ecofest has been canned by the Nelson City Council, saying that it “preaches to the converted”. The council says it will focus on targeted sustainable information and educational initiatives throughout the year, rather than host a stand-alone Ecofest event in 2015. The $30,000 event budget will be reallocated towards environmental activities and promotion within the community. To keep up-too-date with the latest Nelson news visit www.nelsonlive.co.nz and remember if you have a news tip you could win $50 cash. Simply email reporter@nelsonlive.co.nz or call 021 972 572.

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After three days of having a road cone stuck on the top of the Cathedral’s flag pole and toying with who could remove it, Reverend Nick Kirk woke up last Thursday morning with the perfect solution – a broom. Nicked climbed the internal ladders of the Christ Church Cathedral tower, clutching a broom. When he reached the top, he tied the broom to the rope that is used to hoist a flag and raised it, successfully removing the cone from the pole. Simple as that. “I got up this morning and just knew how I could get it down,” he told Nelson Live, which first reported the story last Thursday. Nick says a wallet was found on the roof but says he is leaving it up to police to work out how it got there and if it has

The cone on top of the Cathedral flagpole last week. any connection with the road cone. The cone mysteriously appeared on top of the flagpole last Monday morning. Tracy Alexander, who runs the coffee cart at 1903 Square, says there was plenty of interest in the cone. “Business was great, the number of

people who came down to get photos and have a chitter chatter about how it got up there.” She says there are plenty of theories about who may have put it there, but she thought it may have been someone “trying to get closer to God”. She says her punters were disappointed to see it come down, especially since they all missed the moment it was finally brought down. Nick says it was “risky business” for whoever put the cone up there. “Very risky, they would have had to scale two big walls then the tower and the flag pole.” Police say they are investigating the incident but haven’t made any arrests yet. Check out a video about the removal on www.nelsonlive.co.nz

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me get my head down. I just had to work.” Soon George’s 500 hours passed but he kept turning up and working. By the end of the project he had logged more than 1000 hours. Once the homes were built, George went along to Cover Staff and got work as a labourer and then got a job at NZ King Salmon, where he still works today. He says helping build his own home gave him a sense of worth and new skills. “I was doing things I didn’t think I could do and when we moved in our home was warm and I know everything about this house. When the heat pumps were installed I watched the guy do it and asked how to change the filter, now I change it every year before winter.” Next weekend George, Rhea and the other three families that live in the Habitat homes will officially take over the ownership of the homes. Since moving in five

The Randall family from left, George, Siaosi, 10, Danny, 7, and Rhea. The family is one of four that will take over ownership of their homes from Habitat for Humanity next week. Photo: Andrew Board. years ago the families have been paying rent to Habitat, now that money has been given back to them to form a huge deposit which will be used to get a bank mortgage. Nelson’s Habitat chairman Rob Silcock says it’s a special moment to see families take over the ownership of their homes and it also allows the organisation

to move onto the next build, which for him and his team will be in Kawai St later this winter. “It’s a great moment and nice to see these four families get their homes. Now they can do what they want with them, sell them, whatever, it’s theirs.” Rhea says the home has meant more to her family than just a roof over

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their heads. “It’s got us on the property ladder and we thought we’d be renting until the boys [aged 10 and 7] had left school. Since we moved here the kids are hardly ever sick, George doesn’t have asthma anymore. It’s been a big change. It’s amazing how much of a difference just the environment makes.” But it isn’t just the Randalls who have had a

huge turnaround in fortunes thanks to Habitat. The other three families in the cul-de-sac say they’re hugely grateful for their homes. Api and Rota Domoni and their five children were living in a three bedroom home before Habitat built their new home. Api – originally from Fiji – says he still vividly remembers laying the first stone.

“I remember Rob and I laying the first two blocks on the bottom corner of the house. Rob kept telling me ‘Api, if these two blocks aren’t level the whole house will be crooked’. That’s a nice story to tell.” The other homes will be owned by two Burmese families. Pa Peng Tun and his wife Nu Vang say their home has been life-changing. They never thought they’d be able to buy a house in Nelson for them and their three children. “We saw the Habitat for Humanity programme talked about at Victory School and we applied. We are very happy and very grateful to Habitat. We are very happy here,” says Pa Peng. Ram Za Thang Lianching and his wife Ngai Ciang echo those statements. Gratitude, excitement, happiness, it beams from all the families. The families officially take over the ownership of their homes on May 29, with a ceremony on Sunday, May 31.

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A group of Nelson College students want to bring back a unique Nelson holiday – Spud Monday. Spud Monday was celebrated in Nelson on the first Monday of August up until the outbreak of the Second World War. The day was a public holiday in Nelson only and was created to commemorate the plight of early Nelson settlers who came so close to starvation that they dug up their seed potatoes, already planted, to use as food. In recent years, the Nelson Provincial Museum has held promotions around Spud Monday. But six Nelson College students want to take it further and have a public holiday reinstated for Nelsonians. Ross Plank, Cameron Thomas, Sam Mackay-Wright, Mitch-

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ell Pugh, Mitchell Friend and Rylea Hart launched a Facebook page and online petition which has gone live today. The students found out about the day during their history classes and say the petition isn't a joke, they're serious. "We talked about Spud Monday and none of us had heard about it and we thought it sounded ridiculous, so we researched it and thought there was legitimate cause to bring it back as a holiday,” says Sam, 16. “We didn’t see why it was ever discontinued. It’s a piece of Nelson history.” The boys say it was tradition for people to walk the Dun

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Mountain Trail on Spud Monday, but they would like to see food stalls down Trafalgar St and a “running with the potatoes” event where people run down the Collingwood St hill while being chased by dropped potatoes. They are speaking at their school and Nelson College for Girls on the issue this week and hope to gain support from the wider Nelson public. “We see it as a local interpretation of thanksgiving, a chance to commemorate and remember the phenomenal colonial struggle. It’s something that is unique to Nelson and it gives us a legitimate regional identity,” says Sam. To sign their petition, visit www. bringbackspudmonday.yolasite. com

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Quest building Loan trust earns top licence weeks away from opening Jacob Chandler The new Quest hotel apartment building is set to open in a few weeks time, with contractors putting the finishing touches onto the building. Excavation for the complex began in August last year with senior site manager, Shane Etridge, believing the building will come to completion in around two weeks time. “On average, we have about 60 to 80 guys on site constantly at this stage of the project as we’re finishing off the inside and carpark area.” Fifty-five tonne of reinforcing steel has been put into the foundation alone, with around 4000 cubic metres of concrete used to form the building. Shane says once construction is complete the building will be handed over to Quest fully furnished and ready to go. “There is a process that Quest does after we hand the building over where they spend about a week training their staff up before the building opens to the public.” Shane says the construction has gone smoothly but one of the biggest issues was finding enough staff to complete the build. “Nelson seems to be filled with good trades, the crucial part is finding companies to work on the project who have enough staff. Something this big really does suck a lot of people in and at times has affected other projects around the place.”

The Nelson Enterprise Loan Trust has passed its greatest test – earning a licence from the Reserve Bank of New Zealand, meaning it will be able to continue to support emerging local businesses. The trust was forced to apply for the non-bank deposit taker status from the reserve bank after it was stripped of its charitable status because it loaned money to businesses, not charities. Manager Bruce Dyer says they were “elated” to come through with flying colours. Usually the status is required by building societies, credit unions and finance

companies. Nelson Enterprise Loan Trust is tiny in comparison. The trust has been operating since 1997 and loans money to new or emerging businesses. Since it was established, the Bruce Dyer. trust has made 240 loans, totalling $1.88 million to “ethical businesses” in the wider Nelson region. Bruce says applying for the status was a bit like “preparing a business plan” and

that the exercise was beneficial. “If we didn’t get this standard we would have had to close the doors, so we’re elated that we’ve qualified.” Bruce says it’s especially “affirming” to see the businesses they’ve helped operate successfully for a number of years. He says finding investors is a challenge, but they’re fortunate to have some key investors at either no interest rate or at a rate that’s less than the standard. “We’re lucky to have some very good investors and we’re always happy to talk to anyone who may like to look at investing in the trust.”

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Nelson’s growth is forecast to slow over the next 30 years but Tasman is expected to boom, according to the latest state of the nation report released by the Salvation Army. Titled Mixed Fortunes, the report highlights several social issues and breaks it down by region. Of interest was the report’s forecast of population which shows Nelson growth will slow, increasing by just 2000 people to the year 2043 and at a rate of four per cent. The report says that will take Nelson’s population to 46,700 in 28 years. In Tasman it’s a different story. The current population of 48,700 will increase by 15 per cent over the next 28 years to 55,900. The total of New Zealand’s population over that time is expected to grow by 27 per cent, with Auckland expected to grow by a whopping 49 per cent over the next 30 years. Canterbury is expected to have a 30 per cent increase and Waikato a 22 per cent increase.

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Breaking bread for cancer trusts Nelsonians are getting behind the fight against breast cancer, hosting various “pink breakfast” events throughout May. Already there have been several “pink breakfasts” held around the region, and at the end of the month city restaurant Harrys will be hosting another. Harrys owner, Harry Morris, says he and one of his chefs went to Founders Brewery last year to cook the breakfasts at their fundraiser. But with Founders owners Carol and John Duncan away this year, Harry agreed to host a pink breakfast at his restaurant for a year. “Carol wanted to keep it going so I said we’d have it here this year and move it back to Founders next year. It was a big day for them

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I haven't noticed. We are on ultra broadband, vdsl. With Spark, I think it is, though never on it during those peak times. Use it for work during the day. Tracey Royal-Malone. UFB, what a lemon. Kevin O'Connor. We went to UFB and now my internet is slower than before, plus we lost our phone line for over a week. Diane Chandler.

Monkeys, obviously. Lucy Mitchell. Perhaps it is a drone cone. Carol Stewart. Courtesy crossings: Think of it this way: people should be cautious of cars always and not take risks. Don't just assume you're safe just like how when you drive you don't just assume you're going to be fine if you pull out in front of someone. Courtesy crossings aren't confusing, and if they are, well, do a bit of learning in the road code and most places it shows you what a crossing looks like. So don't just think you have right of way because cars will always win. If you assume they will stop you're only going to make a ass of yourself -- I'm sorry, but it's true. Jordan Simpson. Today we watched while several people walked onto the courtesy crossing without looking or showing courtesy. People do need reminding that

they don't automatically have right of way on these crossings. Al Pope. Fluoride in water: It is disappointing that the Ministry of Health is again touting putting fluoride into drinking water supplies throughout New Zealand. It is true that water fluoridation doses children with just a tiny amount of fluoride, but even tiny amounts of fluoride consumed every day can cause severe problems. Thousands of children have developed crippling skeletal fluorosis from the daily drinking of water containing 6ppm of fluoride. Fluoridation in New Zealand puts approximately 1ppm fluoride into the water. Advocates claim that this amount is harmless. However, if 1 gram will kill a child and 6ppm will cripple a child, is it really safe to dose every child with 1ppm every day? Particularly for the children who drink a lot of water? There is no need to put this poison in the water. Brushing teeth with fluoride toothpaste is a thousand times more effective than fluoridation. If we really want to do something to reduce cavities, we should be focusing on getting children to brush their teeth. Dan McGuire. To have your say on any local issue, or any story you've seen published in this newspaper, email us at editorial@nel sonweekly.co.nz or text us on 027 UR VOICE.

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June and Arthur are proud of their Pets Everafter business which has for the past nine years been providing a caring and respectful final departure for the region’s pets. The couple are very passionate about the service they offer. June and Arthur take time with their clients and give added value and care as their clients grieve for their dearly departed pets. They are looking towards the future with the purchase of a new state of the art pet cremator which operates silently, meets stringent European standards, emits no visible smoke and produces no smell. Their hand-made urns have customised plaques and photos for something truly personal. Visit their website for further memorabilia. Their plans include a receiving area for clients and expansion of their virtual pet memorial site which is in its infancy. Pets Everafter is a member of the New Zealand Pet Crematorium Association (NZPCA). They are open to ideas or concepts from anyone interested, please contact June or Arthur at petseverafternz@gmail.com. Pets Everafter would like the Mayor and NCC to consider if the cremation of animals is part of the core business of the Council and if its resources could be put to better use elsewhere in the community, for example, the on-going water supply issue, cycle tracks, storm water etc. When it comes to driving its experience that counts Kevin Bannan Driving has been around for a few years now, well in fact 26 years, starting in 1989 with a Mitsubishi Mirage. In 1996 Kevin convinced good friend Vicki Charles to train up and get qualified to help out with the growing market share. Then in 2003 Kevin’s 21 year old daughter Lisa decided to join the team. Kevin Bannan Driving offer driving lessons in manual and automatic vehicles. Students also have the option of using their own vehicle, this is the best option if only wanting a few brush up lessons before sitting the test. They can teach students from no driving experience or help students prepare for the Restricted and Full license test. Their monthly Defensive driving courses are also very popular. Give Kevin Bannan and his team a call today for the most experienced instructors in Nelson.

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hundreds of people queued up to get into the hope Community Church Big Share Fair, which was the opening event of hopefest on Saturday morning. The church had thousands of items and services which were purchased by people using hope notes that were handed out for free at the door. hopefest continues with more activities this week. Photo: Simon Bloomberg.

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SOUNDSTAGE is Nelson's professional music and performing arts school offering students quality programmes and a proven track record of over 10 years of quality tuition in Nelson. SOUNDSTAGE has become a name associated with quality performing arts training for children and young adults in New Zealand. With over 7 professional Tutors at Soundstage on a weekly basis, SOUNDSTAGE has developed, honed and fostered the talent of so many individuals who have gone on to professional careers in film, radio, television and the music industry in New Zealand, Australia and Europe and around the world. Support these young students by coming to see their annual variety concert The Phoney Awards at the beautiful Nelson Theatre Royal on 12/13 June 2015. Tickets on sale now – check out the Theatre Royal website and $1.00 from every ticket sold will go to the Nepal Earthquake fund. See you at the glorious Theatre Royal in Nelson and be prepared to be transported to Broadway Nelson Cathedral invites school age boys and girls to join the Nelson Cathedral Choir. Recruits and choristers will have to perform weekly, learn about the history of the church and the theory of music. Choristers acquire valuable skills through the programme, including development of alertness, confidence and concentration, leadership qualities and making friendships. If a member's skills are suitable, there is a chance they will get offered a scholarship to the prestigious Royal College of Church Music. The Nelson Cathedral Choir are looking for school age boys and girls with willing commitment and promising potential.

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Craft Potters is continuing its mission to foster the art and craft of pottery, holding a series of classes through the winter including a four-week workshop with wellknown Nelson potter, Alan Ballard, that started last week. Craft Potters was formed in 1973 by an enthusiastic group of potters attending classes at Nelson Polytechnic. It was the first organised potters' group in Nelson and grew rapidly, moving into its own premises at 202 Ranzau Rd in 1984. On Saturday, the group started the latest in a series of classes with Alan taking a "throwing" workshop that will run for

the next three weekends. Although Craft Potters committee member Judi Salisbury says they are already holding Wednesday morning classes with Erika Aupperle, they are also running weekend and evening classes to attract more potential members. "Not everyone can come along to the morning classes so we have classes and workshops outside working hours now," Judi says. "We wanted to attract younger members and people who are working." Judi says the Tuesday evening classes with Kirsten Boswijk are proving popular, while they had six people attend Alan's first throwing workshop at the weekend. She

says people can still attend one or more of Alan's workshops that will be held for the next three Saturdays and Sundays, excluding Queen's Birthday Weekend. Kirsten Boswijk also held a one-day course at Craft Potters earlier this month, while the group held two Boredom Buster sessions for schoolchildren during the last school holidays. Committee member Rita Edgar says the Craft Potters courses, which can be attended by members and non-members, cover a range of techniques and skills and have been the starting point for a number of the Nel-

son region's top potters. Craft Potters is also the only institution in the region to offer a Diploma in Ceramic Arts through the University of Otago. Rita says Craft Potters has excellent facilities including 11 potting wheels, six kilns, glazes and stains, clay for sale and a gallery where works can be sold to the public. Membership costs $125 a year. For more information see the website craftpotters.org.nz or phone 542 4488.

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Richard Butler during a grading evening last week. Richard was one of four men to earn his black belt at the grading. Photo: Evan Barnes/Shuttersport.

Four new Nelson black belts Four new black belts were earned at the Seido Karate grading evening held in Nelson last week. Senpais Richard Butler, Zeus Goyone, Daniel Kirby and Jose Perez all gained their Shodan, beginner level black belt. It generally takes around five to eight years, starting from beginner level, to work towards a Seido Karate black belt. Students train two to three times a week. To earn the black belt, students must memorise 15 Kata’s, which are ancient forms passed down from previous masters, making up their own self-defence techniques and partaking in 40 one and a half minute fights against 40 different

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black belts. Andy says all four students passed and did very well. “Sparing is not to eliminate the opponent, it is to test their attitude. There are restrictions on the opponents and both fighters must wear safety gear such as foam-covered boots to ensure no-one gets hurt,” says Andy. There are around 80 black belts living in Nelson and 67 of them, along with senior karate students, watched and supported the four men involved in grading. “It was very inspiring for all and it was a celebration of our practice, karate helps people’s lives, it is about turning them into better people within our community,” says Andy.

Weather conditions were fantastic for good shooting, with 35 shooters in attendance for the May 10 shoot. 25 Skeet: A Grade 1st Paul Black 25, 2nd Neil Simpson 24, 3rd Martin O'Connor 22. B Grade 1st Grant Crosbie, 2nd Paul Hedwig 24, 3rd Murray Tait 21. C Grade 1st Darryl McLean 23, 2nd Bob Aldrich 21, 3rd Richard Smith 21. 25 Ball Trap: A Grade 1st Vicki O'Connor 23, 2nd Martin O'Connor 21, 3rd Wesley Oldham 20. B Grade 1st Vaughan Workman 22, 2nd Paul Hedwig 19, 3rd Darryl McLean 18. C Grade 1st James Blatchford 16, 2nd Richard Smith 16, 3rd John Horton 16. 10 pr Double Rise: A Grade 1st Martin O'Connor 19, 2nd Wesley Oldham 18, 3rd Grant Crosbie 17. B Grade 1st Paul Hedwig 16, 2nd Murray Tait 16, 3rd Brad Gould 15. C Grade 1st Ross Demmocks 14, 2nd James Blatchford 13, 3rd Richard Smith 13.

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Shane Harrison heads off after reaching a control at the Nelson Orienteering Club's event on Sunday.

Nelson adventure racer Brent Edwards showed laser-accurate navigational skills in winning the Nelson Orienteering Club's event in the Maitai Valley on Sunday by a massive 25 minutes. Brent raced around the 24 controls in 56 minutes 21 seconds, making the challenging long orange course look like a walk in the park. Waimea College student Cameron

Jones matched Brent's speed but not his map reading skills to finish second in 1hr 21min 25sec, with Imogene Scott third in 1hr 23min 28sec. The course proved too much for many of the 48 competitors with 24 DNFs. Jane and Ben Alloway won the short orange event, Angela Mangnall won the yellow while Paulina Harrison won the white course events.

The club's next event is the first race of the Winter Night Rogaine series, starting at Tahunanui on Wednesday June 3. Races will also be held at Waimea College on June 10, Stoke on June 17 and the Grampians on June 24. Registration for all races in the series is from 5.30pm. Entry is $5 and competitors need to bring a good torch and reflective clothing.

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day. David kicked just two from seven attempts at goal, although it was winger Amos Pogia who missed the final shot at goal, one that would have given Nelson a one point win and just its second win of the season. In other games, Waimea Old Boys, Wanderers and Kahurangi recorded big wins, while Stoke was given a hiding by Waitohi, 78-0. Marist had the bye.

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31-17. It was Richmond's first win after losing to Waimea College 10B last week while it was Suburban Black's first loss after beating Rival Saphires in the first round. Waimea 10A and Nelson College for Girls Senior B have set the pace early as they lead the Grade 1 competition with wins over Nelson College for Girls 10A and Jacks Silver respectively. Rival Blue Diamonds accounted for Nayland College A. Points: Waimea College 10A, Nelson College for Girls Senior B 8, Rival Blue Diamonds, Suburban Blue 5, Jacks Navy, Nelson College for Girls 10A 4, Jacks Silver 1, Nayland College A 0.

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was played between the Anchor Engineering Tahunanui Tigers and the Richmond Rabbits. In a tight match, the Rabbits proved too strong, beating the Tigers 28-16. On the competition points table, Wanderers are at the top with 10 points, leading Victory Phoenix on 8, Richmond Rabbits on 6, Anchor Engineering Tahunanui Tigers on 4 and Wairau Taniwha remain at the bottom of the table.

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There was a big upset in the rugby league last weekend with the Wanderers Wolves losing 38-16 to the Victory Phoenix team. The Wanderers team was on a roll having won five games in a row, however the Victory Phoenix had other intentions with players hitting fine form and combinations starting to gel just at the right time in the competition. The other match for the weekend

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tercepts and gather some loose ball, while Helena Omlo was a handy partner in the defensive circle. New recruit Winhara De Thiery contributed well at wing defence as she applied pressure on the outside of the circle. The third stanza was the most productive for both teams as Suburban out-scored Jacks 10– 8. Goal attack Dakota, worked the circle well and was provided with quality ball from her feeders Cheyenne Sigley and Justine Gibson. Both teams traded goals in the final period to net six apiece, however it was Suburban that took maximum points. Richmond Sleepers proved too strong for Suburban Black in their Grade 3 game winning

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Suburban Blue won a tough match against Jacks Navy in their Grade 1 club netball game at Saxton Stadium on Saturday, while Suburban Black couldn't get past Richmond Sleepers in Grade 3. Top seed, Jacks jumped out to a 8–5 lead on the back of some accurate shooting by Sheila Hunt and Marie James. Suburban introduced Arcadia Edmond-Whale at goal shoot at the first break and her impact was immediate. The Blue team settled early, with Arcadia a good target under the basket, she quickly developed a formidable partnership with goal attack Dakota Wesney-Hurtado. Suburban had an abundance of possession while Jacks were practically starved of ball as their shooters had a miserly four attempts at goal (all successful). Suburban went into the major break with a two goal advantage. Jacks centre, Vicki Read toiled throughout to provide the all important link, while Jan Willocks at wing defence was a competent ball carrier and looked down court for the long feed. Dayveen Stephens made a useful contribution for Suburban at goal keep as she read the ball well to pull in a couple of in-

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interested Community Groups for $15 per table. Contact Denise 545 1773 or Kay 547 7485. nELSon InSTITuTE illustrated talk by Julie Catchpole, Director Suter Art Gallery. “Colour: meaning, symbolism & association”. Sun 7 June, 2pm. Activity room, Nelson Library. $2. Please do not arrive late. All welcome. Queries 545 1646. ProBuS cLuB of nELSon cITy welcomes men & women as new members. Next meeting 9.45am, Thurs 11 June, Nelson Golf Club, 38 Bolt Rd. Ph Deirdre 547 4146. PrETTy SmArT hugE 2nD hAnD SALE: Sat 13 June, 9am - 2pm, Stoke Memorial Hall, $2 entry, cash sales only. Buy/sell adult, children's, & babies clothing, toys & equipment. Enquiries ph/txt 027 2241 001 or email prettysmartsale@gmail.com foSTEr PArEnTS Change Lives & Communities. Child, Youth & Family are offering free training for foster parents & caregivers in Nelson. June 16 & 23. 9am-4pm. Contact Heather 03 989 4200 or heather.couper002@cyf.govt.nz for info. VoLunTEErS rEquIrED for rED croSS: "Do you have 2 hrs to spare each week, please?" (Meals on Wheels & Visitor service) in Nelson, Stoke & Richmond. Contact Jackie on 546 5012 or Jackie.tye@redcross.org.nz for info. gurDJIEff STuDy grouP forming. Much that passes for inner spiritual work is unbridled imagination. Do I wish for real work? Call Roger on 5452 209 for info. No cost. rEguLAr EVEnTS frIEnDS of ThE quEEnS gArDEnS help keep the Gardens looking their best. We meet weekly to rake & groom, volunteers welcome. Ph Ellen 546 6533. ArE you BrEASTfEEDIng? Looking for support? Contact us, Mum4Mum for mom to mom breastfeeding support, guidance & advice. 021 277 2098 mum4mum@nbph.org.nz or visit our FB Page. SIT & BE fIT Victory Community Centre, Tues, 10am & Victory Community Church (238 Upper Vanguard St), Thurs, 10am. Fun while you get fitter, work at your level. Great music. Shirley 547 1433 or 021 121 8023 SocIAL DArTS: Every Mon night, 7pm, Sun City Dart Hall, Sovereign St, All Welcome, any age, any skill level. Contact: Tai 547 4251 or Karen 027 577 0805. FB - Sun City Darts Nelson. fooD, is it a problem for you? Are you suffering from anorexia, bulimia, obesity and/or compulsive eating? Overeaters Anonymous works. Ph 022 673 0237. Meetings held weekly. All welcome. TrAfALgAr BADmInTon cLuB plays Mon evenings in the NCG Gym on Waimea Rd. Juniors (under 19) from 6-7.30pm, Seniors from 7.30-9pm. All abilities welcome. Call Martin 5489710. hELP your hEArT: A support group for people that have had surgery or other heart events. Get together at the Honest Lawyer for coffee & a chat, 3rd Sat of the month, 10am. Ph Alan 547 6552 or Graham 522 4938. WInTEr BoWLIng @ Bowls Tahunanui, 131 Tahunanui Dr. Names in by 12.45pm. Organised play every Tues, Thurs, Sat. New players welcome. Ph Joan 970 0133. WAImArAmA comm. gArDEnS welcomes volunteers Mons & Weds mornings 9.3012.30pm. Learn by doing with our great team. Relax with tea under the trees after. VoLunTEEr nELSon: Are you looking to volunteer? Are you a community organisation looking for volunteers, training, information or advice? Check out our free services at www.volunteernelson.org.nz nELSon TASmAn BEEkEEPErS: Meets 1st Wed each month, 7pm Waimea Lounge, Richmond A&P Showgrounds, Lower Queen St. New members welcome to attend. www.nelsonbeekeepers.org.nz no mATTEr WhAT’S TrouBLIng

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