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TDC hunkers down, no big spending Tasman district rates will only increase by an average of 2.62 per cent annually over the next 10 years after council finalised a “constrained” Long Term Plan for 2015-2020. Councillors met last week to finalise the Long Term Plan that sets out council’s priorities and budgets for the next 10 years. Mayor Richard Kempthorne says the plan focuses on “constrained spending” to reduce council debt and ensure rates are affordable without compromising essential services. “We have created a plan with an average rates revenue increase of 2.62 per cent per year over the next 10 years and an average rates revenue increase of 2.11 per cent for next year. Our debt level at $120.3 million at the end of this Long Term Plan is much lower than what was predicted”. However, Richard acknowledges that there will be some groups that will not be happy with the plan, in-

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cluding the supporters of the Kohatu Motorsport and Adventure Park. The $26 million park near Tapawera is being planned by private investors for motorsports groups around the top of the South Island. “The Kohatu Motorsport Park was the subject we received the most submissions on,” Richard says. “Council acknowledges the value of the project to the region but it is not in a position to support the project financially - we have had to make a number of hard decisions and this is one of them.” Councillors also decided against funding the proposed community facility for Wakefield and Brightwater. Submitters indicated the facility needed to be started soon because of the growth of these communities but council did not include funding in the plan. The plan will be adopted by council on June 25.




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Lauren’s road to recovery helped by house Simon Bloomberg Ronald McDonald House in Christchurch provided “a lifeline” for Brightwater’s Susanne and Justin Neal after their daughter, Lauren, was diagnosed with leukaemia last August. Lauren, aged seven, is on the road to recovery after a two week-stay in Christchurch Hospital and continuing chemotherapy as an outpatient. The family has spent a total of 59 nights at Ronald McDonald House during Lauren’s treatment and Susanne says “I don’t know what we’d have done without it”. “It’s amazing. It’s like going into a hotel and it’s such a supportive environment. “The staff are so caring and they know everyone by name. They even knew what Lauren was in there for. “You hear about Ronald McDonald House and all the good work it does but you don’t realise how important it is until you stay there. It was a lifeline for us.” Ronald McDonald’s House provides free accommodation and support for children up to age 21 and their families while they are in hospital but Justin says it was far more than just a place to stay, especially in the first weeks after Susanne Neal and her daughter Lauren have spent 59 nights at Ronald Mc- Lauren was diagnosed. Donald House in Christchurch since Lauren was diagnosed with leukaemia. SEE PAGE 2 Photo: Simon Bloomberg.

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Lauren’s road to recovery helped by house FROM PAGE 1 “In the first few days it was a blur - nothing made sense anymore but the people at Ronald McDonald House made everything okay. They allowed us to focus on the one thing that was important so we can’t thank them enough.” Susanne says one of the biggest benefits of staying at Ronald McDonald House was that it allowed them to keep their family together while Lauren was receiving treatment in Christchurch Hospital. She says Ronald McDonald House “understands the importance of family” and it was a blessing having Justin, who is principal at Mahana School and Lauren’s brother’s Jacob, 11, and

William, 13, staying with them during the school holidays. Susanne says they have donated the proceeds from a Givealittle page set up for Lauren to Ronald McDonald House. They also donated the proceeds from a Dovedale School fundraiser to the charity and have made a family commitment to buy a present for a child at Ronald McDonald House every Christmas. Last year, Ronald McDonald Houses in Christchurch and Invercargill supported 763 families with 364 families staying there so far this year. It is having its annual street appeal this Friday when collectors will be out in force in Nelson and Richmond. People can also donate online at rmhsi.org.nz

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Stolen bikes concern police Nelson police want bicycle riders to start locking their bikes as the number of bike thefts around the region increases. Community Constable Peter Crins says bikes are the most targeted and easily accessible stolen property in the Nelson Bays area and that 90 per cent of the bikes stolen are not secured. Although Peter didn’t have the latest figures for reported bike thefts, he says the number of stolen bikes that have been recovered by police is growing. “It’s a year-round problem and at the moment we have around 40 unclaimed stolen bikes at the Nelson station and another 20 in Richmond,” Peter says. “People need to start securing their bikes and store them out of view to help prevent the thefts.” Peter also warns that bikes

Community constable Peter Crins wants people to start locking their bikes. Photo: Simon Bloomberg. should be locked even if they are being left outside a shop for “just a few seconds”. “We had a $10,000 bike reported stolen recently. The person went into a cafe and left it outside and when they came out it was gone - it didn’t take long.” In addition, bikes owners should record the serial number of their bikes so that they

could be identified if they were stolen. Peter suspects most of the stolen bikes are used by the thieves for a while and then discarded or sold. Peter is starting a low-key preventative campaign to try and reduce the number of bike thefts, promoting the secureyour-bike message.


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Supporters of Tahunanui’s Modellers Pond are preparing a protest march before delivering a petition of signatures to Nelson City Council in a bid to ensure the pond doesn’t get filled in. The Nelson Modellers Society has prepared a submission to the council and it will be accompanied by petition forms signed by thousands of Nelsonians. Supporters of the pond say they want to send the strongest possible message to councillors and, with widespread support, they hope a protest march will do that. The Modellers Pond, near Tahuna Beach, has had severe algae problems since strong chemicals that were used to control it were banned by the council. The council has spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on investigations and attempted solutions to clean the pond, to no avail. Tracy Gibbs of the Nelson Modeller’s Society says they would like to see the bottom of the pond sealed with concrete

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and controlled with regular cleaning. “It’s a community asset, it’s an icon. We don’t want to lose it. Councillors need to look at the economics, but sometimes life is more than economics.” She says whatever the council decides money will need to be spent, and she’d like to see that money go towards fixing the problem. “We already have two playgrounds at the beach. The pond is something different that can be utilised.” Tracy says the other major issue for the council is the stormwater pipe from the Tahuna Hills that flows into the pond when water levels are high.

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Victory Primary School principal Helen Taylor-Young says the Walk With Us Trust does a great job for her students. Photo: Andrew Board. gramme. It has provided shoes for whole families and has been of real benefit to a number of students, in particular, our boys in the senior school, it has allowed them to play rugby with quality shoes,” says Helen. Not only does the programme provide students with equality, it contributes to the whole community. “The charity is critical to the whole well-

being of the children in our school. They are a fantastic team at Walk With Us and they provide wrap-around support for our students and families - it is great to have local people supporting local families,” says Helen. The trust is now looking to widen the number of schools involved to include intermediate schools. Schools that identify a need for help can

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HEADLINERS Fibre broadband reaches halfway mark: More than 13,500 Nelson homes now have access to ultrafast broadband, although only 1300 have signed on for the new service. Chorus have now rolled out UFB fibre to 50 per cent of the region. Independent broadband monitoring service, TrueNet, say they are already starting to see congestion occurring on the UFB network, although not at levels high enough to slow things down.

Five Nelsonians have been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours, announced on Monday. Sir Peter Talley, who owns the Talleys empire, becomes the region’s newest knight for services to business and philanthropy, while multi-sport champion Richard Ussher became a member of the New Zealand Order of Merit. The Queen’s Service Medal has been awarded to Men’s Shelter manager Edward Andrews for services to the community, Judith Billens for services to Maori and Jock Sutherland for services

to cricket. Edward has been the manager of the Men’s Shelter for more than 20 years and says he has never been in doubt about the good work the shelter does, but he Sir Peter felt privileged to receive Talley. the medal. “I was shocked for sure. It’s very nice, especially because it’s from the Queen herself. It’s a real privilege, but also a responsibility. I’m on the Queen’s list now.” He says he wasn’t planning any celebration.

“I’ll spend it the same way I spent last Monday.” Judith has been acknowledged for several decades of work in the Nelson community, including time on the Iwi Health Board, Age Concern and Women’s Refuge. “Because I’ve worked with Maori and Pakeha for so long I have a foot in both camps, which gives me a good understanding of both.” One of Judith’s highlights was designing a birthday cake for the Nelson 150 year celebration. She says she was humbled by the award but wishes she could share it with the community she has worked in.

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Lauren Eyre of Brightwater with her Orpington that was awarded second prize in the heavy breed junior section at the Nelson Poultry and Pigeon Club’s Show. Photo: Simon Bloomberg.

Nelson poultry, pigeon and duck breeders had something to crow about after taking out most of the big prizes at the Nelson Poultry and Pigeon Club’s annual show held at the Hope Hall at the weekend. Brighwater’s Hartley Neal had a quacking good show, winning the Best Waterfowl with his Pekin duck as well as the Best Game Bantam with a light red male bird. It was the second success for Hartley in a week after winning the Best Game Bird with a Khaki Campbell at the West Coast Show last weekend. “I’ve only been showing for about 15 years and this is the best result I’ve ever had,” Hartley says. One of the show’s organisers, Pam Buschl, says Hartley’s champion Pekin was one of 125 ducks entered in the show that also attracted 434 chickens, bantams and pigeons. Pam says the standard of entries in this year’s show was exceptionally high reflecting all the hard work breeders had put into their entries. “We had really good breeding conditions back in July and August and that was apparent in the show,” Pam says. “The breeders have also put a lot of work into preparing their birds for the show.” David Dredge of Stoke won the Best Homer Pigeon, Laura Inglis of Mapua won the Best Junior Entry with her white Pekin Duck and Pam and her husband Rodger won the Best Heavy Breed with their Australorp pullet. The the winner of Guess the Weight of Turbo the Paradise Duck was Roger McCormick of Nelson who correctly guessed 1.15kg. The children’s colouring competition was won by Joseph Cameron.

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Garin College student, Sam Harrison, has a new perspective on Anzac Day commemorations after travelling to Turkey for the centenary of the Anzac landings at Gallipoli. Sam went to Gallipoli after winning a nationwide competition run by the Ministry of Youth Development and New Zealand Defence Force to select three youth ambassadors to attend the Youth ambassador Sam Harrison exploring battle sites near ANZAC Cove. World War 100 commemorations. The appli- Photo: Chris Weissenborn/New Zealand Defence Force. cants had to run a week-long social media campaign about the ANZAC landings and Sam was selected as one of the three winners who went to Gallipoli to cover the event. Although Sam completed extensive research on Anzac landings for the competition, he says 1/3 1/3 1/3 : Interest Free +3 years free servicing on seeing the historic sites around Gallipoli Peninsula in April gave him a whole new outlook. “I’d read about all that stuff but standing there and looking out on the landscape where so many soldiers were killed gives you a different perspective. Seeing the grave sites and standing on Chunuk Bair gave me a much greater connection with the Anzacs and what they experienced.” Sam says standing on the beach where the Anzac troops landed was also an experience he will never forget. “When you are down on the beach and look up at the cliffs and ridges you T&Cs apply wonder how anyone survived,” he says. Sam says he also attended the dawn service at Gallipoli which had a sombre and reflective mood. It included a “very powerful” reading of $ $ $ 6,990 11,990 15,990 New Zealand soldier Lieutenant-Colonel William Malone’s last entry into his diary before he was killed on Chunuk Bair. Sam was one of 25 New Zealand Youth Ambassadors at Gallipoli with three of them covering the commemorations using social media. He says their Facebook page “had a good reach” 2003 Toyota Runx 2009 Hyundai Getz 2007 Hyundai Tucson receiving almost 4000 Likes. (Corolla) 1.5 5dr hatch, auto $

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Book Fair off to busy start Hundreds raced through the doors of the Founders windmill on Saturday, as the doors were opened for the annual Founders Book Fair. Goods range from atlases, history books, novella and magazines to CDs and records, with a special children’s section in the granary as well. Event volunteer Murray Farrant says he always looks forward to seeing people race to get in first when the gates open on Saturday. “When the gates open at ten o’clock, we have what I call ‘The Running of the Books’ where the

keen ones sprint across to the energy centre from the entrance to scoop up the bargains, then there is about a two hour feeding frenzy.” By Monday morning, Murray says they had already taken $62,000, $4000 up from the same time last year. The book fair is open every day from 10am to 4.30pm until Sunday, June 7. For more interviews and great video of the opening of the book fair visit Nelson’s live news website www.nel sonlive.co.nz

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Having a par ty/event/func tion? Call our photographer 544 9037 or 027 532 6461 Mike Taylor, Hamish Matthews and Shaylee Taylor at the Taylors Contracting Wanderers Rugby Club Day.

Colin and Eileen Wilkin at Colin’s 80th birthday party held at Richmond Town Hall last weekend. It was a busy weekend for our photographers this week. On Friday we went to the Crusaders v Hurricanes match at Trafalgar Park. Then on Saturday we went to the Wanderers Club Day in Brightwater and Colin Wilkin’s 80th birthday at the Richmond Town Hall. On Monday we visited the Founders Book Fair in Nelson. Remember, if you are having a party give us a call on 544 9037 and we’ll come along.

Daryl Newton, Ruby Gibson and Anne Malham at the Taylors Contracting Wanderers Rugby Club Day.

Elizabeth Malham with Jude Malham, Kurt Malham with Zoe and Phil Malham at the Wanderers Rugby Club Day.

Karen, Michelle and Terry Knight keep warm as they watch the rugby on Friday.

Sonia Moore and Debbie Harvie join the crowds huddled together, watching the Crusaders play the Hurricanes at Trafalgar Park.

Alli Eden, Colin Wilkin and Pauline Bulow having fun at Colin’s 80th birthday party at the Richmond Town Hall.

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Students take on business challenge A solar-powered, life-proof cellphone case, a water resistant sport’s spray and a mobile phone app for tracking were just some of the innovative products researched, developed and marketed by teams of Nelson year 10 and 11 students in last week’s BP Business Challenge. Waimea College students have participated in the BP Business Challenge for the last three years and this year were joined by students from Garin College and Nelson College. Ten teams of eight students completed the three-day practical workshop at Waimea College, creating a virtual company to develop a new product which they pitched to judges on the final day on Friday. “It introduces secondary students to the world of business in a fun and engaging way,” Waimea College’s head of business and information systems Yvonne Daly says. “They all take different roles in the company and learn about research and development, finances, marketing and how to work as a team. “It’s a great programme and we’re really pleased Garin and Nelson College joined in this year. It encourages and develops New Zealand’s next generation of business people and entrepreneurs.” Team I Spy won the challenge developing a $40 portable tracking device that works on mobile phones which the judges thought was “innovative with potential for future development and opportunities”. The team members were Brooke Gill, Jade Scandrett-Huriwai, Mitchell Trow and Jordan Williamson of Waimea College, Shannon Norton and Jessica Stock of Garin College and Rafe Charles and Sam Christian of Nelson College. I Spy members each won a Waimea College pen and Subway voucher.

BUSINESS CHALLENGE: Waimea College students, from left, Alex Winch, Henry Moreton and Neve Williams with their project at the BP Business Challenge at Waimea College last Friday. Ten teams featuring students from all over Nelson took part in the challenge. Photo: Simon Bloomberg.

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Police to focus on traffic over weekend: Hopefully they will pull over the inconsiderate idiot also who has 20 plus cars queued behind them. Got stuck behind a vehicle on the Appleby Highway which didn't get above 60kph the other day, so frustrating. Dave Trigg.

Pets at Work Day: I read this with amazement "Most people love dogs," and "Nelson is a dog-loving place". What rubbish. Those statements are not correct. And if you work in a cafe, you can't take your dog to work. Or a hospital or many other places. Dogs are a pet and animal. Not your handbag accessory. Jo Bishop.


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turn right have been turning left and going to the Champion Rd roundabout and back to safely merge at busy times. Carol Stewart. I don't agree. I believe the fault lies with idiotic driving and lack of patience. People are just in too much of a hurry to exercise caution. But as usual, everyone wants to blame outside agencies instead of stupid driving habits. Janelle Thorpe. I think slowing it down won't help. Slower cars equal even smaller gaps in the traffic. It was bad enough that they removed the left turn merge lane. They need to make the right turn one longer for a start.. Try turning right out of Poutama Street when it's busy, damn near impossible cos it's 50kph and the cars are just bumper to bumper. Tristan Fish. Roundabout. Kathy Pantling. Turn left out of Elm St and go around the Saxon roundabout if you are going to Richmond in peak traffic. End of problem - use you head, drivers. Craig Anderson. They should have planned it better from the beginning, and had the exit onto Saxton Road. Craig Dodds.

Again. Poor road design. What is wrong with the people who make the decisions about roading in Nelson. Mike Roberts. Put lights in. Felicity Watson. Pretty tragic that 100km zones work everywhere but here. We also seem to have a quite a few imported cars that don't seem to have working indicators.... hmh.... Kate Giblin. There is an empty section there why not put a merging lane in only turning left out of Elm St. There use to bea merge there and it got painted out. I'm a truck driver, and picking trucks up from Heslops and trying to get out of there is so easy to go left, simple. Kevan Leslie. It's been like it since I was a kid. Think people just need to look properly. Not follow too close, either. This just sums up Nelson drivers. Nathan Wells. People just need to bloody drive to the conditions keep there eyes open and be more vigilant, we don't need any more lights or roundabouts. Jeff Mills. To have your say on any local issue, or any article printed in Waimea Weekly, simply email editorial@waimeaweekly.co.nz

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welcome. “We have a great warm atmosphere and the staff are very friendly. A lot of customers that come in know the staff by their first names and the staff know them. A large number of families frequent the restaurant and we have even had children who have taken their first steps here! It’s a real family environment,” says manager Gina Jones. Organisations, such as the Drag Association, call in around six times a year for their after parties, Armadillo’s recently hosted the Richmond Rodeo post-event party and Waimea College staff are regular visitors to the restaurant for special occasions, or to simply a pre-ordered lunch during the week. Not only can Armadillo’s package a takeaway lunch for people who need a meal but don’t have the time to sit down, but they have a pre-order service for those with a set lunch break who want to eat in the restaurant. Pick your meal from their menu; specify a time and your lunch will be served within five minutes of sitting down. Their pre-ordering is often used by the neighbouring Tasman District Council and Waimea College staff. Already this year the bar has been the venue for two weddings and is looking forward to two twenty-first birthdays. With a great function room out the back of the bar and restaurant, Armadillo’s could be the perfect place to host your event or special occasion. From kid’s birthdays to adults work parties, weddings, funerals and business meetings, Armadillo’s has a solution to your food requirements and event specifications. The hire of their function room is free, with Armadillo’s staff providing the bar and catering services, and with two venue areas combining to seat around 120 guests, plus your own private outdoor courtyard, what more could you want

There’s been exciting changes to the Armadillo’s menu, with plenty of new and delicious meals to try. as the backdrop for a memorable event. Armadillo’s offers set menu’s; the dinner menu or platter menu’s, all tailor made to suit your situation, whether that means gluten free, dairy free or vegetarian options. They also have a new courtesy van available which means you won’t have to allocate sober drivers for your function. Jennian Homes Nelson Bays The new courtesy van has recently been intro6 Champion Road, Richmond duced and Armadillo’s staff are happy to say it is T 03 544 4390 already proving a popular service amongst their E nelson@jennian.co.nz patrons, offering them a safe way home, especial0800 JENNIAN jennian.co.nz ly handy with the new drink driving laws. The FROM THE TEAM JENNIAN HOMES NELSON van will drive you both to and from the bar and restaurant and can be organised by calling staff Jennian Homes Nelson Bays at Armadillo’s. 6 Champion Road, Richmond A few weeks ago, Armadillo’s were proud to host T 03 544 4390 their largest gig to date. The Feelers are anFROM iconicTHE TEAM E nelson@jennian.co.nz JENNIAN HOMES NELSON Kiwi band and were just the start of what Tony 0800 JENNIAN jennian.co.nz hopes to be a thriving musical scene in the future. Stay up to date with all that’s happening at Armadillo’s through their Facebook page – Armadillo’s Restaurant & Bar. Head along to Armadillo’s to join in the Birthday fun, and definitely book a date in your diary Armadillo’s FROM THE TEAM JENNIAN HOMES NELSON to come in and taste their amazing new winter menu. The team look forward to seeing you soon.

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More foster parents needed in Nelson Child, Youth and Family Nelson is looking for new foster parents and child carers and three Nelson mums are encouraging people to take on the role saying that looking after children-in-need is “very rewarding”. Jolene Salmond, Cheryl Kingi and Alina Adamczyk are all busy mums looking after 10 children between them, and one on the way for Alina, when they are at home. But the child care doesn’t stop when they walk out the door to go to work every morning - in fact it just gets harder as all three are involved in social services dedicated to helping children in need. Jolene is a team leader and social worker for Barnardos at Tahunanui, Cheryl is the youth programme coordinator at YMCA in Nelson and a foster parent and caregiver for Child, Youth and Family while Alina is a social worker involved in investigation and intervention with Child, Youth and Family. All three are passionate about caring for children, both at home and work, but admit that, at times, it can become a little overwhelming. “Before I had my daughter I found that the things I was dealing with at work didn’t really affect me too much,” Alina says. “But now I have a family, it’s changed. “It’s made it so real and I sometimes find myself getting emotional when I see these children who have not been well looked after.” However, Alina says the birth of her daughter has also given her a “wonderful distraction” from her work while a supportive husband helps her keep things in perspective.

The Annual General Meeting of Club Waimea will be held on Sunday the 14 June 2015 at 10.00am These mothers, from left, Alina Adamczyk, Cheryl Kingi and Jolene Salmond, spend more time than most caring for children. Photo: Simon Bloomberg. “Sometimes it’s easy to forget that 90 per cent of what we see are things that don’t happen 90 per cent of the time. My daughter and husband remind me of that reality.” For Jolene and Cheryl, one of the biggest challenges of their child care duties is finding enough time in the day. Jolene has four children at home and is studying for her masters in social work as well as working at Barnardos and says it can be a real juggling act to get through the day. “I have all these balls in the air and I’ve found I get so busy I have to drop one every now and then. “The trick is to remember to pick it up again. There is no way I could do what I do without the support of my husband who picks up a lot of our household responsibilities.” Although Jolene deals with distressing family situations on a daily basis, she says that hasn’t affected her optimism. If anything, the work she does at Bar-

nardos has a positive affect because “it reminds me of what I need to do to be a good parent.” For Cheryl, looking after children is something her family has always done. Although motherhood, fostering, care giving are challenging jobs, Cheryl says they are all well worthwhile. “My father was fostered and my grandparents on my mother’s side always fostered children so that’s how I grew up. But it also has to be a family decision because they are a big part of fostering as well. “We’ve just finished fostering a 14-yearold boy and before that we had his brother as well. It can be tough but it also very rewarding.” Anyone who would like to know more about becoming a foster carer for Child, Youth and Family can contact Heather on 9894202 or 0508 CARERS. The next Child, Youth and Family caregiver training is on June 16 and 23 from 9am to 4pm at their offices at 186 Bridge St.

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Venue: Club Waimea 345 Queen Street, Richmond. Admission only by current Club Waimea Membership Card Business: 1. Welcome Members, Life Members and Area Delegate 2. Apologies 3. Minutes of previous AGM 25th May 2014 4. Matters Arising 5. Annual Report 6. Financial Statement 7. Introduction of Directors of incoming Board 8. Appointment of Auditor 9. Election of a Patron 10. Appointment of a Welfare Officer 11. Remits 12. Notices of Motion 13. Annual Subscription

Voting for the positions of President, Vice President Executive will conclude two (2) hours after this meeting

Winter Festival

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ChurCh NotiCes One church, Many expressiOns Holy Trinity Anglican Church 27 Dorset St, Richmond Phone 544-8844

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It is very interesting to look at the reflected deeply in our legal syslatest census figures for our coun- tem. Also our medical, teaching and try in regard to religion. The only part of New Zealand that caring organisations have large has increased in the category is numbers in them who uphold Auckland, with the rest having de- Christian values. Individuals and groups of Chriscreased. Figures I have for the Wakefield tians stand strongly for their clear area indicate 53.6 per cent no re- biblical values. ligion, 41.6 per cent Christian, the One of the values that Jesus Christ taught and provided the balance all individually means for, is that of forbelow a one per cent figgiveness, and its corolure. lary, mercy. Statistics are a good baWhere there is a code sic measure of our belief that does not provide systems. mercy, compassion - and They do not, however, inthe value of a human life dicate attendance figures - tends to diminish. at religious acts of worWhen there are less adship etc. For the Chrisherents to Christian tian category this is more values, many of the unlikely to fall in the six to eight per cent of the pop- Rev Allan Was- derpinning strengths of our society will change. ulation. ley, vicar of I suspect Auckland’s Wakefield with Perhaps the biggest loss would be the concepts of growth statistics have a Murchison. mercy, and egalitarianstrong cultural element, but may also include growth in ism which are so deeply enshrined some of the city churches which in our New Zealand ethos. are impacting younger people and We could risk these being replaced by greed, and the exploitation families. Overall, our country is fast head- of the few over the sharing of reing towards becoming one of the sources with many. world’s few secular countries, with This tends to happen in places more non-religious people than where altruism towards others loses its place to self-centred living. religious. None of this discredits or un- Christian belief is still the glue that dercuts the large segment of our empowers individual believers, country who are Christian by be- and has a profound impact on our society, which we would sure nolief, and Christian by practice. Our Judeo – Christian heritage is tice if it were gone.

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WEDNESDAY 3 June 2015

Richmond student earns acting diploma

Garin College student Jake Byrom Robinson is an Associate of Trinity College London after being presented with a Level 4 Diploma in Musical Theatre by Catherine Martin Trinity College of London’s New Zealand representative. Jake received the diploma at a full ‘cap and gown affair’ at Nayland College Music Centre last week. Jake qualified with distinction and can now use the letters ATCL after his name. Jake has been a member of Nelson Youth Theatre for a number of years and has taken senior roles in musical productions such as Les Miserables, Jesus Christ Superstar, All Shook Up, The Sound of Music and, lately, The Producers and Hairspray. Trinity College London is an international examination board that has been undertaking assessments since 1877. It

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CYCLING: Tests have shown that Nelson professional cyclist George Bennett’s low cortisol levels that forced his last minute withdrawal from the Giro d’ Italia were caused by his legal and declared prescription asthma medication. George underwent extensive testing following his low cortisol reading which can also be caused by below-par health or misuse of the drug cortisone. George, who has always been a vocal critic of doping in cycling, finished 17th in his latest race in the Tour of Belgium. RUNNING: The Waimea Harrier Club combines with Athletics Nelson this Saturday at Saxton Field for the second race of the Wallace Shield, starting 2.30pm. Runners and walkers of all abilities are welcome.

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Wanderers Stripes under-7 player Lucy Davis sprints for the line in their game against Rangers at the Wanderers Club Day at Lord Rutherford Park on Saturday. Photos: Simon Bloomberg.

RUGBY: Waimea College lost its UC Championship secondary schools rugby match to Shirley Boys High 50-8 at Waimea College on Saturday. Prop Logan Hewson scored a try for Waimea. Waimea plays Lincoln High School in Richmond this Saturday.

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Cycling couple dominate cyclo-cross event Simon Bloomberg

Tristan Rawlence and Anja McDonald continued their dominance of the Cyclo-cross Nelson championships winning the second round of the six-race series held at the Nelson Speedway grounds near Richmond on Sunday. The Nelson cycling couple won the first round held at Branford Park two weeks ago and backed that up with another emphatic Mike Anderson negotiates a corner dur- win on Sunday. ing the cyclocross race. Photo: Jo Feely. Tristan showed superior fitness

and bike-handling skills that included some fast dismounts to carry his bike over steps and barriers to win the men’s race while Anja was equally impressive in the open women’s section. Riders had to complete as many laps of the 2.5km circuit, that included half a lap of the speedway track, as they could in 45 minutes plus one additional lap. The

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SUNBELT CHAMPS: Nelson’s Kevin Barker in action at Kartsport Nelson for the first day of the Sunbelt Championships on Saturday. Kevin finished the two-day event in third place in the Rotax Heavy class. Other top Nelson drivers were Jared Fisher, who finished second in the Junior Max class and Bo Hill who finished third in the Cadets Rok class. Photo: Chris Symes/Shuttersport.

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Waimea Old Boys Rugby


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Waimea to face old foe Wanderers in Tasman Trophy final Simon Bloomberg

Star and Garter Waimea Old Boys will have to wait another 10 days before it plays Taylors Contracting Wanderers in the Tasman Trophy club rugby final after beating Central 60-23 in Friday’s game at Trafalgar Park. The two teams topped the points table after the round-robin stage of the Tasman Trophy and will play the final when they next meet in the Car Company Nelson Bays division one competition on June 13. In the meantime, Waimea plays Marist in their division one game at either Trafalgar Park or the Tahunanui Domain and Waimea assistant coach Mark Milne says they are expecting a typically tough encounter. “Marist are always tough,” Mark says. “They had us in a bit of trouble in the first round so we will have to be on our game.” Mark says they will need to improve their set pieces which were an area of concern against Central. Waimea will also need to retain its focus after switching off for 20 minutes after making a strong start against Central. “We were messy in all our set pieces including the kick-offs. I’m not sure what was wrong although I think we were just a bit rusty after the bye. “But I was pleased with the number of opportunities we created and the way we took them. We scored some good tries.” The Waimea Old Boys senior women also had success against a Marlborough team beating Moutere 54-12 before winning their second game against Riwaka 52-0 at Awarua Park near Blenheim.

Waimea Old Boys captain Ben Coman gets beaten in a lineout against Central, at Trafalgar Park on Friday night. Photo: Ricky Wilson/Shuttersport.



Waimea Old Boys have knocked off another top contender for the Nelson Bays division two rugby title, beating Collingwood in the Bay. Waimea have been unbeaten since the competition proper started. In recent weeks they’ve beaten strong teams like Huia, Murchison and now Collingwood and are top of the competition’s leader board. But a huge test is looming. In ten days, Waimea will host Wanderers at Jubilee Park. Last time the two sides met Wanderers were the victors and the defending champions sit just two points behind Waimea. Waimea coach Wayne Bateman says his team will need to be on top of their game to beat Wanderers. “We’re building nicely. I still don’t think we’ve hit our peak yet and we still have a lot to work on.” Before Waimea can even start thinking about Wanderers, they have to get past Marist this Saturday. Wayne says Marist have been “up and down” this season and on Saturday defaulted to Murchison. “We’re not sure what to expect, they could pull one out of the bag.” Waimea’s confidence will be riding high after their latest win on Saturday. Collingwood haven’t lost on their home pitch in more than two years and their strong pack helped the hosts score an early try to lead Waimea 5-0. Wayne says it took some time for his side to get back in the game but they struck with a wellworked try to Kent Yarrell just before the half time break. Waimea had all the running in the second half, scoring three more tries. “They were big guys,” says Wayne. “And they had a good first five. When they scored at the start we thought ‘Jesus’. We were rushing things, forward passes, dropped balls but then we settled down and got into it.” He says the highlight of the game was the effort of his forward pack, which combined for the best performance of the season. “We took them on in the forwards and the pack went bloody well. Even our wingers played like forwards in the rucks.” Captain Tim Fensom had a standout game, according to Wayne. “It was the best game I’ve ever seen him play.” Waimea’s game against Marist this Saturday will either be at either the Tahunanui Domain or Trafalgar Park and kick off will be at 1.15pm.

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Tough tournament for rep netballers Carol Cook

Russells Curtains Nelson Under 17 representative team travelled to Wellington to compete at the Marj Jenden Tournament over the weekend. While the team has had a fairly limited build up, the tournament is used to test their skills against the North Island teams and generally work on gelling their combinations. In their opening game, Nelson were one goal down with a minute to go against Kapi Mana, however they ended the game on the wrong side of the ledger – going down 19-23. Nelson learnt from their previous game when they met Wellington Gold. The game was tight throughout, however the girls kept their heads to the final whistle. With the score tied, Wellington turned the ball over, however Nelson worked hard to regain possession and convert to win the game 2019.

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Nelson did not have their best performance against Wanganui and were beaten 19-25. Wairarapa were not as strong as previous opposition, however Nelson played good structured netball to dominate all facets of play to win 40-6. Coach Mandy Whiting said the margin was the largest of the tournament and she was able to give good court time minutes to all her roster. Nelson lost their inspirational captain, Poppy Restieaux, with an ankle injury and her leadership was missed on court. Nelson was 7-15 in arrears at half time against Kapiti, however a number of

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Community Events Keeping you in touch

Waimea Harrier Club combines with Athletics Nelson this Saturday at Saxton Field for the Wallace Shield Race 2, starting 2.30pm. Runners and walkers of all abilities are welcome. POWERtalk Waimea Wed 3 June at 360 Annesbrook Drive, Stoke, 7 pm start. Evaluation workshop & presentation from contestants competing at Rotorua NZ region speech contest. Visitors welcome. Contact Helen 5483893 or Nissa 5419747. NELSON TRAMPING CLUB invites you: June 7, Dun Mtn/Little Twin, Fit, $2, ph Dan 548 3458; June 8, Club Night, Talk on Project Janzoon. Details www.http:// nelsontrampingclub.org.nz Writers Workshop: Join Otago crime author Paddy Richardson & learn how to bring your characters to life. At Richmond Library 2-4pm Thursday 18 June. $30 bookings essential. Ph 543 8500. Richmond Library Author Talk : Hear PaddyRichardsontalkingaboutherwork& life as a crime writer. Join Paddy at the RichmondLibraryatnoononThursday18June. Tasman Talks Titles Book Group Do you enjoy reading & talking about books? Then our Tasman Talks Titles book group might be what you’re looking for. Join us on Wed. 17th June, 3.00pm – 4.00pm at Richmond Library. Star Party view Saturn, Jupiter & the moon. 7PM Friday 26 June at the Atkinson observatory, Clifton Terrace School, Atawhai. All welcome, gold coin. Weather permitting. Forest and Bird Wednesday June 10Invertebrate Biodiversity Assessment at Brook Sanctuary. Talk by Sterling Cathman. 7.30pm Tahunanui School Hall,

Muritai Street, Tahunanui Motueka Bays Masonic Lodge next meets for its installation ceremony on Saturday 13th. June 2015 at 3-00 p.m. All enquiries welcome to 528 4080 or 528 0202 Foster Parents Change Lives and Communities. Child, Youth & Family are offering free training for foster parents and caregivers in Nelson. Dates: June 16 & 23. Time 9am-4pm. Contact Heather 03 989 4200 or heather.couper002@cyf.govt.nz for further information. Volunteering with Red Cross is fun and rewarding and gives you an opportunity to work in a team and experience new cultures. Next Refugee Support Volunteer Training Course: 5t– 7 June. For more information contact jettie.zeestraten@redcross.org.nz or 548 4978 St David’s on Florence St, Music on Fri 5 June 10. After watching Verdis life story we will be treated to his Requiem sung by the Swedish Radio choir and the Berlin philharmonic,Abbado conducting,an absolute treat.All welcome. HamiltonBoysHighSchool, Argyle House 50 year reunion (1965 – 2015). Saturday, Aug. 1, 2015. Expressions of interest to kmclaughlin@hbhs.school.nz, ph 07 853 0437. Or brett.walker@farmside.co.nz., ph 07 877 6633. For further info, visit www. hbhs.school.nz/argylereunion. Marching Girls aged 5-8 years required for an Introductory Team starting training soon. Please ph Jodie, Marching Nelson’s Coaching Coordinator on 547-5117 for more information. Soroptimists of Waimea present Nicola Galloway, nutritionist, chef & writer focussing on “Healthy digestion to boost energy, immunity & wellbeing’. Head-

ingly Centre, Richmond, 8 June, 7pm. Tickets available in Richmond at Mall Info Centre, Field’s Florist; Chillies Hair Studio in Stoke, & Beetees in Nelson. Cost $10. Former Refugees require volunteer assistance. Have fun, meet new people, & experience new cultures. Next training 5-7 June. Contact jettie.zeestraten@redcross. org.nz, 548-4978 Help new refugees & migrants to NelsonTasman learn English for an hour or so a week. Training & support provided. Next volunteer training course starts 2 June. English Language Partners 539 4848 ali. morton@englishlanguage.org.nz REGULAR EVENTS VOLUNTEERS NEEDED - Do you love helping mums & bubs & have some time to give back to the community? Nelson Parents Centre is looking for some keen people to help co-ordinate & facilitate their antenatal & postnatal courses in Nelson. Ph Tania 5450964 casbag@xtra.co.nz for more info. ALLIANCE FRANCAISE Join us on Fridays, 4:00-5:45 pm at La Gourmandise, 276 Hardy Street, 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, 022-0180853 or neatjun@yahoo.co.nz. Richmond Toy Library, Big range of educational and fun toys for babies to pre-schoolers. Attractive membership options. Hours: Tues. 10am-12pm, Thur.

bring your lunch. Mary 547 2611 Are you breastfeeding? Looking for additional support? Contact us at Mum4Mum for mother to mother breastfeeding support, guidance & advice. 0212772098 mum4mum@nbph.org.nz or visit our Facebook Page. Tiny Tots, a free, fun introduction to stories, songs, active movement & rhymes for preschoolers & their caregivers. Tuesdays 10-10.30am Children’s Area, Richmond Library during term time. Crafts, Caring & Sharing. Every Monday. Bring your favourite craft. Bring a friend. 9.30 am ‘til 12noon. Enjoy a cuppa or a coffee.Come & have a chat.All welcome. Gold coin donation. Contact Pauline 5449174 or Emily 5445423. Aqua aerobics for women. women’s group.Mondays3to4atNgawhatu pool. Qualified instructor all ages welcome $6.00. Any queries call either Lyn Neumann 5473263 or SandyHarvey5445993 Give it a go! New programme Sport Tasman once a week on Wed 10am Entry level activities different activity each week all welcome $5 contact Sarah at sarah.h@sporttasman.org.nz or Ph. 9232313 for more info. 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. Indoor bowls - Every Tuesday at the Hope Hall at 7.30pm. Come for a fun night, suitable for all ages. New members very welcome. Some coaching available. Phone Elisabeth 5448855. Communicate with ease - Join POWERtalkWaimeatogainconfidence in speaking & learn correct business procedure. Visitors welcome. Ph: Helen 5483893 or Nissa 5419747. www.powertalknelson1. wordpress.com. Te Manawa Women’s World Music Choir, practices on Thursdays, 7.15pm, term time, at Nelson Reform Church, Enner Glynn, new members very welcome, no auditions required, for further info, ph, Vicki5448242 Line dancing classes all ages/gender social fun and cup of tea Suburban club. ph Diane Sutherland 03 54 79280 027 4491 569 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 Social Cards ‘500’ & Euchre. Senior Citizens Rooms Oxford St Rmd. Tues & Thursdays 1.30-4pm. $2 includes afternoon tea. Allwelsome. Contact Kath 5445563. Kath. dick@xtra.co.nz

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Correction and apology. Some information sheets and previous advertising regarding the Waimea Dam had the wrong email address. Motueka The correct email address is: We have vacancies for processing staff in our whydam@gmail.com 2015 Hoki season, due to start in mid/late June. (not .co.nz) The Hoki season provides regular seasonal work Should you want to know more about for 2 to 3 months, with positions available on Whydam please email me at the above either the day or nightshift. address. We offer: Murray Dawson • full training in filleting, trimming and

Hoki Season Motueka We have vacancies for processing staff in our 2015 Hoki season, due to start in mid/late June. The Hoki season provides regular seasonal work for 2 to 3 months, with positions available on either the day or nightshift.

packing roles • plenty of overtime Apologies from Waimea Weekly for the • excellent working conditions and staff incorrect address in last issues advert. discounts on the wide range of fish, vegetables, shellfish, and ice-cream through the Talleys shop.

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Maintenance Blocked Drains Water Cylinder Replacement New Housing Industrial Properties Leaking Taps & Pipes

Registered Trainer, Assessor www.techclean.co.nz & EPA Test Certifier FREE PHONE

0508 832 425

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

For course dates see www.harristraining.co.nz

Ph: 544 4062

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



269 Queen St Richmond. Ph 544 6603 NOW OPEN SATURDAYS




• Solar • Drainage


Bridal Formal Childrens

Chris Inglis 03 5448059 0275485877

Kevin Harris Kevin Harris

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

Mobilewashing 0220 649 822 House A/H 547 7856 • 80 Neale Ave, Stoke, Nelson Roof treatments for mould, lichen, moss, algae Gutters cleaned out Paths, decks, driveways Ant, spider, cockroach control Chimney cleaning Jeff NeilsoN


Mobile 0220 649 822 (24hr)

Repairing whiteware from Richmond to Wakefield, and surrounding areas.


For service call: 027 685 5777 or 541 8877

Mobile 0220 649 822 (24hr)

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

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

Jeff NeilsoN


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

Mobile 0220 649 822 (24hr)

Jeff NeilsoN

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


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

Mobile 0220 649 822 (24hr)

Jeff NeilsoN

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


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

Jeff NeilsoN


Mobile 0220 649 822 (24hr)

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

Cell: 0220 649 822 A/H 547 7856

• Domestic & Commercial

window cleaning

Ryan Elley



Marks Off

Window Cleaning


• Rangehoods •TIM Cooktops & Ovens LLOYD 79•TREETON PLACE & Dryers Washers WAKEFIELD • Fridges & Freezers For service call: 027 685 5777 or 541 8877 • Waste disposals Servicing the Waimea • Dishwashers and Tasman region

• FRIDGES • FREEZERS • WASHERS • DRYERS Repairing whiteware • DISHWASHERS OVENS from Richmond to•Wakefield, and• surrounding areas. RANGEHOODS

027 685 5777 or 541 8877

• Camping & RV


Call Ryan to fix:

Jeff NeilsoN

1-19 McPherson St Richmond

www.nzsolar.co.nz • Dairy Farms info@nzsolar.co.nz

03 544 8553

Whiteware repair specialist DISHWASHERS OVENS



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

Corporate Rates Available


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

Mobile 0220 649 822 (24hr)

Ph 544 9180


Jeff NeilsoN

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

June: 4, 16, 25, 26, 27 July: 8, 16, 23, 24, 25 August: 4, 18, 27, 28, 29



• Off Grid PV Systems Clean, green, affordable • Solar Hot Water

544 7285 No job too small


Camping and RV

and Commercial • Grid Tied PV Domestic Systems 12v Off Grid

Liz McLean



Hot Water Heating Dairy Farms 12V Grid Tie

- zips, hems, mending

Proudly supplying Orange Residential Homes roofing requirements for over 10 years

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

Smart Solutions for Smart People

Specialising in supply & installation of Solar Systems for Your solar specialists



Work Place First Aid Courses


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Ph: 538 0824 8090 544 8059 Ph: 543 Ph: 543 8090

• Carpet Cleaning • Upholstery Cleaning HARRIS TRAINING • Window Cleaning SERVICES LTD • Hazardous Material Cleans

Carseats | Push Chairs | High Chairs Cots | Porta Cots | Bassinets Mobility Scooters | Walking Frames Lift Chairs | Wheelchairs | Power Chairs

Building Jobs Decking and Fencing Concrete Work Retaining Walls Maintenance Work ...and much more

If you’re in employment and your wages go directly into a bank account, you’re almost there.



Baby&Mobility HIRE

Small Loans from $200 - $800 No Credit Checks No Security Held


• Plastering • Gib Fixing • Reskimming • Gib Cove • Gibstopping • Painting Call Tony 021 260 4480

(offRichmond Beach Road)

LOANS LOANS LOANS • All new facilities • Personalised service • Insulated & double glazed kennels • Regular exercise • The closest boarding kennel to town (only 5km)


Rotary Mowers Hand Mowers Fre Reel Mowers pick-uep & Chainsaws Drop off Line Trimmers Hedge Trimmers Garden Tool Sharpening CHRIS KELLY 6 Neale Ave, Stoke

E: ollie@sagelandscapes.co.nz



027 554 6674 or 545 7276


the wise choice

544 3977 0275 288 434

Ian Chadwick



Residential to Lifestyle Blocks

• Installations • Sales • Repairs - Blinds & Curtain tracks • Timber blinds cut • Measure service


• Alterations to ready-made curtains/ nets

• Door to Door Service • Complete rental makeovers Brenda: 027 842 1780 bbsservices@xtra.co.nz

ArcAdiA Sage The small team with all the skills

• Curtain Making

All Installation



Bays Blinds & Curtain Service


• Roman Blinds

Fully Trained, Security Screened


Ph Ryan 021 181 4546

Professional Window Cleaning Gutter Cleaning Oven Cleaning Walls, Bathrooms House Washing

541 0008 027 650 5605

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