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Car thieves are ‘bloody mongrels’ Jacob Chandler

Workers at a Brightwater car yard say thieves who stole one of their cars and left it on the Spooners Range without it motor are “bloody mongrels”. A salesperson at Dowell Wholesale Cars, Vanessa Gilbertson says they noticed a car was missing last Thursday morning. When it was discovered to be a $12,000 Mitsubishi Triton ute she took to social media to spread the word of the missing car. It was found two days later on the Spooners Range, missing its engine, radiator, tailgate, spare tyre and tool box. It also had its dashboard and windows smashed. “We’re not happy, they’re just bloody mongrels. “The insurance company believe it was targeted for the engine because it not a common vehicle to be stolen.” Although upsetting, the theft isn’t thought to be linked with a recent spate of car thefts in

the region. Last week, Nelson police arrested two teenage boys in connection with the thefts. Police say the offenders are searching for cars that are unlocked. They then take anything of value and, if the keys are still in the car, they take it for a joyride. “We have had very few cars broken into. In the majority of these cases people have left their car unlocked and with keys inside. “Offenders are telling us they go around trying car doors and when they find one unlocked they’re straight in. They’ll take anything of value and if the owner is generous enough to have left the keys as well, they’ll take the vehicle for a spin as well,” says Senior Sergeant Shane Miles. Over the past month, 26 cars have been stolen from the wider Nelson region. “My message to the public is lock your car, even when it’s parked at home,” says Shane.


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Organiser of New Zealand’s biggest ready-to-run slot car event, the NSR Challenge Cup II, Tony Cook, with some of the cars that will be raced this weekend. Photo: Monique Bergman.

Slot car comeback in Hope

Monique Bergman

Slot car racing is making a comeback, with New Zealand’s biggest ready-to-run slot car event being held in Hope this weekend. Tony Cook has always had a passion for slot car racing, it started back in 1967 when he stumbled across a commercial raceway in Bolt Road, Tahunanui. From that moment on he was hooked and used to bike down to the raceway

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and pay fifty cents to race cars all afternoon. Over the years, time and family commitments got in the way, but the love of racing never left him. Once a very popular hobby and sport, sadly, there are no commercial race tracks in New Zealand nowadays, however, Tony says the sport is making a resurgence. “Around 12 years ago, the Nelson Slot Car Racing Club went into hiatus, but a friend approached me

about four years ago and said that we should start it up again. The club awoke from its slumber and it just all grew from there,” says Tony. There are now 18 members in the Nelson Slot Car Club, with other members from outside the region travelling to Tony’s property in Hope to take part regularly. Last year, Tony organised the first NSR Challenge Cup which saw 27


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“I lock the car up in a garage, it’s all you can do, we also have a dog which is a deterrent.”

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Slot car champs in Hope New offices for Age Concern FROM PAGE 1 people racing, the event proved so popular that he decided to put it on again this year and now has over fifty racers entered. “There hasn’t been a slot car racing event with that many entries since the late 1960s. It involves cars racing against others that are identical in terms of wheels, tyres and specs, and rules are set which makes for very competitive racing,” says Tony. Tony believes that the resurgence in popularity can be attributed towards people aged between 40 years and 60 years who were involved in slot car racing when they were younger taking it up again in their later years

when they have more time and money available. It is a family affair for Tony, with wife Sue also involved as race controller and running the computer operated track. “I really enjoy racing slot cars. It is like the real thing in some ways, it is a great feeling when you have a car beside you lap after lap, you spend all day working on your car and then it is a challenge so far as in getting the car to handle the track,” says Tony. The NSR Challenge Cup II will be held this weekend at 537 Main Rd, Hope. For more information phone Tony on 021 73 9383.

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The escalation of elder abuse has stretched the resources of Age Concern Nelson-Tasman resulting in the Richmondbased service increasing staffing levels and extending its Oxford St offices. Age Concern Nelson-Tasman opened its extended and refurbished offices on Tuesday and manager Sue Tilby says the upgraded facilities are needed to cope with the increasing demand for their services. Sue says Age Concern helped out around 3000 senior citizens in the region last year including some people who are suffering from shocking incidences of elder abuse and self-neglect. “We have gone to see people in houses where there were vermin running around very visibly everywhere and open sewers. One person we saw lived their life sitting in a chair because they had mobility issues

Kaumatua Archdeacon Andy Joseph blesses the newly extended Age Concern offices watched by the Minister of Senior Citizens Maggie Barry and Age Concern chair Charles Tyrrell. and couldn’t physically get out. “We see a lot of self-neglect like this as well as elder abuse and it’s increasing. When I started here four years ago, I was the only staff member and now we have four staff and five volunteers.” Sue says Age Concern NelsonTasman’s membership has also grown from 300 to about 800 in that period so the previous building was not big enough. The cost of the new exten-


sion and refurbishment was $95,000 with funding coming from the Canterbury Community Trust, Pub Charity Ltd, Peter Malone Trust, Springhill Trust and Frimley Foundation and the Lion Foundation along with donations and Age Concern funds. The newly upgraded offices were opened by Senior Citizens Minister Maggie Barry at a ceremony attended by about 30 people on Tuesday.


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i-Pads stolen from new listing St Paul’s school Monique Bergman Reporter



A Richmond school was broken into and had eight i-Pads stolen over Queen’s Birthday weekend. Two St Paul’s classrooms were broken into and the i-Pads stolen from where they were charging. Principal John Dorman says the only people disadvantaged by the situation are the children who need i-Pads the most. “It means we haven’t got enough devices to share between the students, some children bring their own devices to school, but it is those kids who don’t own devices who are the ones that will really suffer because of it, it is very disappointing,” he says. A teacher arrived at the school to do some work on Sunday afternoon and noticed two teenage boys hanging around the school grounds. When the boys saw the teacher, they quickly left the premises. She looked around the school but found no damage, so did not report it to authorities. When another teacher arrived


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St Paul’s School pupils, from left, Luke Williams, Alani Ingils, Sean Hillberg, with the only i-Pad that burglars didn’t steal from their classroom last week. Photo: Simon Bloomberg. at the school the next day, she noticed that someone had unsuccessfully tried to break into the toilets by wrenching open a window. Then on Monday night around 11.30 the school alarms went off and security guards, police and John attended to the call out and found the devices missing from where they had been charging. Police communications manager, Barbara Dunn, says that an officer was sent to the scene of the crime but at this stage, there are no leads as to who


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committed the burglary. Police are keen to hear from anyone who may know something about the school’s missing i-Pads. Students from Kotuku room say there are now some things they can’t do in class because they don’t have enough devices to use. “It’s really sad for the people who don’t have an i-Pad because there is only one left for everyone to share. The bad people shouldn’t take other peoples things,” says nineyear-old, Sean Hillberg.

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Child safety Museum should be under one roof says outgoing CEO measures recommended Safekids Aotearoa statistics show that 877 children were hospitalised for injury in the NelsonMarlborough District Health Board’s region from 2008 to 2012 with two per cent of these injured by assaults. The stats released this week also show that 13 children died because of their injuries with the most common cause of death being suffocation which caused five deaths. Ninety-six per cent of the 877 injuries were unintentional, with falls being the most common cause of injury of all age groups up to 14 years. Poisoning was the second highest cause of injury for 0-4 year olds at 18 per cent while bike crashes, collisions and burns were also common. Fractures were the most common type injury accounting for 64 per cent of the admissions with open wounds (10 per cent), internal organs (eight per cent) and superficial contusions (five per cent) also prevalent. Forty-one per cent of the injuries occurred at home with 17 per cent at school, 11 per cent in sports areas and seven per cent on the roads. Safekids Aotearoa says the number of injuries could be reduced by the district health board introducing a safety education programme. It also recommended making child safety measures a key priority within the DHB’s health and strategic plans. The Nelson Marlborough District Health Board could not be contacted for comment.

Out-going museum CEO Peter Millward says the region should have a museum under one roof, not “five miles apart”, as it is now. Peter announced his retirement last Friday after seven years as the chief executive at the Nelson Provincial Museum. Currently, the museum has two buildings, the research facility at Isel Park in Stoke and the exhibition and education facility at Trafalgar St. He told Nelson Weekly that the museum’s current buildings are its most pressing issue. “The research facility is unfinished business from my point of view and something needs to be done urgently. When they moved the exhibition and education part into town they actually broke the museum into two pieces, and some of the problems we face now are undoubtedly caused by that.” He says having the museum in Trafalgar St is important, so he’d like to see the research facility moved close by. “But it’s not going to happen without some capital input and the two councils are both facing their own infrastructure issues, but the museum is now in the position to help itself.” During Peter’s rein, the museum has paid back $1.5 million of interest-bearing debt. But it still owes an interestfree loan to both Nelson City and Tasman District councils.

Retiring Nelson Provincial Museum chief executive Peter Millward outside the Trafalgar St museum. Photo: Andrew Board. At 67, Peter says he’s not the right man to lead a major fundraising project to make a joint facility happen. “But there is no question that if it is co-located with its own archives it has greater potential than one that operates under separate roofs, especially when they’re five miles apart, like ours.” Peter’s retirement was announced along with that of the chair of the Tasman Bays Heritage Trust, Terry Horne. Current deputy chair, Aaron Brown, has been appointed Terry’s successor. Terry says that Peter has lifted the public image of the museum, overseen some

outstanding exhibitions, and leaves the museum in a sound financial position with increasing admission numbers. Peter says his proudest moment in the job was at this year’s Gallipoli commemorations. “The way people in the city got involved with everything to do with Anzac Day has been fantastic. Right from people identifying photos that have been in Nelson Weekly to people coming into the museum and saying ‘there’s my father’s name on the wall’. It was humbling and that whole project was phenomenal.”



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Tami Wi with her daughter Aurora Waby, aged one, left, and nieces Ryden, second right, and Ruby-Peaches Horwell at the children’s activites held in the Richmond Mall on Tuesday as part of the Winterruption Festival. The festival continues this week with daily children’s activities and fashion expos in the mall on Thursday and Friday, an old time dance in the Richmond Town Hall on Saturday and Family Snow Day based at the Richmond Town Hall on Sunday starting at 10am.



Helicopter rescue for hypothermic tramper: A 24-year-old woman and a 27-year-old man from Christchurch were rescued from the Boulder Lake track behind Takaka, last Saturday. After entering the track late in the day, the couple had problems finding the route in darkness and horrendous weather caused one of the party to become hypothermic. The Nelson-Marlborough Rescue Helicopter was sent in after the tramper’s condition began to deteriorate. Tasman in running for highest sun hours: Niwa’s Appleby sunshine monitoring station has identified the area as having some of the highest sunshine hours in New Zealand so far this year. Appleby has received 1173 hours of sunshine hours, placing it third, just 23 hours shy of sunshine leader Whakatane on 1200 hours and Blenheim with 1182 hours. Sounds Air extends service: Sounds Air are launching a new service next Monday with a route running to and from Paraparaumu twice every weekday. The journey will cut travel time for commuters destined to Palmerston North after Air New Zealand cut their service from Nelson in November last year. The flight to Paraparaumu takes 40 minutes, followed by an hours drive to Palmerston North. Arrests after car thefts: Two people are in custody following a spate of car thefts in Nelson. A 19-year-old Nelson man appeared in court charged with unlawfully being in a yard. A 16-year-old Nelson boy will be dealt with by Youth Aid.




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Two months ago, the Waimea Weekly published a story about Richmond cerebral palsy sufferer Kevin Jourdain having his scooter-style kick bike stolen. The expensive kick-bike was his main form of transport and Kevin has been struggling to get around on foot and by bus since it was stolen. But last week, Kevin was all smiles again after Village Cycles owner Jim Matthews and the Waimea Weekly gave him a brand new set of wheels. “I was in shock when it was stolen,” Kevin says. “It was my only form of transport so I’m so happy and grateful to get another one.” Kevin uses the kick-bike, which is a special adult, high-speed scooter, for his job delivering the Waimea Weekly and for travelling to the Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology in Nelson where he is studying graphic design. Jim says he was happy to help out when Waimea Weekly publisher Steve Page suggested they buy Kevin a new kick bike. Jim had also come to the rescue giving Kevin a flash kick-bike after his scooter was stolen a few years ago. “We’ve got to know him because he delivers the paper here,” Jim says. “He’s a very likeable kid so we’re happy to help him. “Life is already pretty tough for Kevin with his disability so very disappointed when we heard someone had stolen his kick bike. It’s good to see him scooting around the town again.”

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learn how to build convincing and strong fictional characters - registrations for the workshop costs $30 and can be made at the Richmond Library. “It’s always a great opportunity for anyone serious about their writing to spend time with an established published author”, says Tasman’s Collections Librarian Ruth Lawley. “We’re thrilled to be able to offer this workshop to our local writers.” Paddy lives in Dunedin where she writes

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Village Cycles owner Jim Matthews, right, with Kevin Jourdain and his new kick-bike at Village Cycles last Friday. Photo: Simon Bloomberg.

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Henley School raised over $620 for Lukla Hospital in Nepal through a mufti day. Student Krystal Montrose’s aunt Nicole Niquille started the hospital and Krystal thought it would be a good idea to hold a fundraiser to help rebuild the earthquake damaged hospital. From left are Ben McLean, Krystal Montrose, Koby Springer and Emily Mason. Photo: Monique Bergman.

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Habitat 4 Humanity, Wednesday, May 27: Habitat 4 Humanity is grateful for the response from Nelsonians towards their second-hand homeware store. Chairman of the Nelson branch, Rob Silcock, says donations have been better than expected and they are growing a good collection of homeware items from beds, sofas, tables, chairs, dishwashers, ovens and even an old organ. There is still a lot of work to be done with the manager’s position to be filled from one of 13 applicants and the homeware items need to be sorted, ready for sale. Organisers would like to say thank you to Nelson for their donations and support of the store that uses its profits to build or repair homes. Founder’s Book Fair, Wednesday, June 3: Organisers of the Founders Book Fair were thrilled with this year’s results. The fair is a major fundraiser for the park and now the total has come in a list is being compiled of projects that the park would like to undertake. There were 3000 banana boxes of books that locals managed to work their way through from May 30 until June 7, leaving just 100 books unsold. This year’s fair managed to raise over $128,000 and organisers would like to thank those who donated books, their loyal customers, and volunteers; many of whom were completely new to helping run the fair. Loggers support rescue helicopter, Wednesday, May 19: Last month, Waimea Weekly reported on a fishing competition hosted by Fraser Logging that raised money for the Nelson Marlborough Rescue Helicopter. Included in the article was a list of sponsors, but one of the major sponsors, Goughs, was mistakenly left off.



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A dozen new motorbikes to be added to classic collection The “living and breathing collection” of classic motorbikes on Haven Rd will take another almighty breath this week when 12 new bikes are revealed. The incredibly rare bikes, worth around $2 million, were recently bought from auction houses in the United States and shipped to Nelson, where they were reassembled and are now ready for display. NZ Classic Motorcycles operations manager John Shand says the bikes will be unveiled at a special evening next week. “They came from auction houses in the US. There was an old guy, his name was EJ Cole, and he was 89 years old. He had 215 motorbikes and found out he couldn’t get his leg across most of them, so sold them.” John says some of the current bikes will make way for the new additions, in keeping with owners Tom and Heather Sturgess’ wishes of a “living collection”. “We don’t call this place a

museum, we hate that word, because that’s where you find fossils. This is a collection and it’s a living collection. You’re never going to come and get bored, there will always be new bikes and new attractions.” Included in the new additions is a “Ner-A-Car”. It was designed for ladies so they could step through it. The biggest attraction will most likely be the Britten “pre-curser”, the bike built before the iconic Britten. John says very few people have seen it up close. “This is the bike that nearly won at Daytona in 1991. But the race winner on the warm-down lap did this big wheelie, looked at the Kiwi riders and said, ‘ha ha ha, your bike isn’t fast enough’. “John Britten was rather peeved at this antic so went away to develop a faster bike – the Britten. You know the rest.” NZ Classic Motorcycles is open to the public six days a week.










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Noeline Geary and Ali Krammer at the Nelson Harness Racing Club’s meeting at Richmond Park. This week, we popped into the Sprig & Fern in Brightwater to grab a quick couple of photos. On Sunday, we went along to Richmond Park to see what was happening at the Nelson Races. Remember, if you are having a party or event and would like us to send along one of our photographers, give us a call on 544 9037 or email us on editorial@ waimeaweekly.co.nz. See you next week.

Rona Hart and Hannah Limmer at the Nelson Harness Racing Club’s meeting at Richmond Park.

Jocelyn and Ian Harper and Jan Blackmore, at the Nelson Harness Racing Club’s meeting at Richmond Park on Sunday.

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Stolen bikes concern police: Husband and I rescued two from a creek in Richmond on the weekend, have taken them into Richmond police station. Tina Guy. Rate rise 'disappointing': It is disappointing that even those Nelson councillors who campaigned at the election on keeping rate rises reasonable have opted for increases well above the inflation rate. This is an attack on the middle class and undermines the low-wage and low income ratepayer constituency in Nelson. With only a very few exceptions, like Cr. Tim Skinner, councillors voted for almost every non-core service spending item to finance pet projects and wish lists. Meanwhile, our infrastructure is badly in need of improvement or repair. As long as councillors are voted in with attention only to name recognition, Nelson will get the local government it deserves, and the rates will double again in less than ten years. Dan McGuire.

Keep it an area kids love to go to and see the ducks and other birds. It's been there since I was a kid. Just keep it clean. Aleisha Brunell. Keep it! Mike Roberts. Filled in and used, keeping it that way is silly as no one uses it. Donna Jan. Can't believe the council have still not upgraded this! It would be lovely fixed up with some clean water for kids to float boats, etc. Totally all for it getting done up. Kristyn Musson. I think it's important to keep it there. It's far too easy to get rid of things when, with a bit of effort, they can be revived! We need to do everything we can to coax youngsters outdoors. Come to that, I know a lot of adults who enjoy it, too. Philippa Foes-Lamb.

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Let the members of the modellers have a free hand to use common sense to fix the problem with a little help from the ratepayers. John Sauer. Cheapest entertainment for children in town, please don't ruin it. Why not put paid workers in there to help clean it out. Kimberley Saunders. A concrete pool for toddlers, like at the botanical gardens in Chch, would be great!!!! Lisa Dudley. When it is a pond it can't be used that much because it can't be kept clean, fill it in. Or make it an inground trampoline. Do something different with it. I have never really seen the pond clean, make it more appealing by making it something people can use. Even a small skate bowl. Ema Posa. Fill half of it in so more room and better area for putting boats. Divide remaining pond area into more and challenging exciting water way for boat users. Keep it clean and you have a fun place to use. Julie Roberts. Email: editorial@waimeaweekly.co.nz

Bedelia Shepherd, owner of Nelson Beauty Therapy, has seen ten very successful years in business, providing her clients with the highest standard in skin health services. Bedelia has recently welcomed Hayley Lincoln to her team. A qualified therapist who brings with her 11 years Hayley Lincoln & Bedelia Shepherd of experience and specialises in nails and waxing. Like Bedelia, Hayley is passionate about helping her clients look and feel better. Nelson Beauty Therapy has been called a ‘skincare centre of excellence,’ they are in fact your Skin Health Specialsts offering the best balance between science and beauty. Its attention to detail has had customers coming back for more, and their friendly and professional staff will make sure you have the ultimate beauty experience. The friendly and welcoming atmosphere means clients often become friends and clients for life. For 10 years Nelson Beauty Therapy have provided a range of result driven facial treatments, massage therapies, and all your other beauty maintenance and are proud to offer cosmetic and appearance medicine treatments. Nelson Beauty Therapy are also fortunate to have the skills of Dr Robert Beulink, one of New Zealand’s leading and highly experienced Doctors in the field of appearance medicine. Dr Beulink understands that many clients don’t want the fact they have had work done to be known, so after discussing a suitable treatment plan, he makes sure any work done looks entirely natural. With the cold weather feeling like it has well and truly arrived, Bedelia has designed a special package to give your skin a pre winter pick me up. Power packed with professional ingredients you will leave feeling like a whole new woman after your treatment. And if you don’t, they’ll gladly refund your money in full! There’s no doubt Nelson Beauty Therapy are your skin health specialists, so for any beauty or skin care treatments, choose Nelson Beauty Therapy. Their experience and drive for the best results will leave you 100 per cent satisfied and feeling great. Business Update. Adv.

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Nominated Nelsonians benefit from Nomin-eat A group of community-minded cooks are helping people through tough times with their very own version of meals on wheels. The group of 20, featuring 10 adults and 10 youth, met at Destiny Church and were kicking around ideas about how they could help the community, when the idea of “Nomin-eat” was settled upon. Nomin-eat asks for nominations through its Facebook page for those who could use a free meal. The group then cooks a batch of 50 meals and delivers it to those who they feel are the most deserving. Founding member Joni Nacagilevu says last month they cooked enough lasagne for 50 main meals

and then delivered them over the next week. He says nominees included those who were recovering from surgery, solo parents with plenty of kids to feed and some who were just going through a tough time financially. “Sometimes, people just need that hand and hopefully this can just take that pressure off. It’s not a hand-out where we pity them, it’s just a hand-along,” he says. Joni says the project is funded by its members at the moment but he’d like to attract sponsorship in the future to help it grow. He says nominations are open for two weeks, then the group get together one night and cook enough food for the 50 meals and

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Young professionals after fresh blood Nelson Young Professionals are after some new committee members, with the current president set to leave the region. Michelle Byczkow has been the head of the networking group for two years, but is heading off to London and says the group would like some fresh blood. “The nature of the group means that we have people come and go, so we’re looking for the next wave of young professionals.” Nelson Young Professionals was founded

in 2009 and encourages anyone who would like to meet new people or enjoy the events they host to come along. The biggest event on the NYP calendar is the winter ball that last year attracted around 150 people. Currently, NYP has six committee members, Michelle says she’d like to see that grow to around seven or eight. To find out more about NYP see www.nyp. co.nz or email info@nyp.co.nz

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Mahana School to celebrate 100 years Mahana School will be celebrating their 100 year anniversary in September and are asking all past and present pupils to the school to join in the festivities. The celebrations begin on Friday, September 11 with a welcome home and invitation to wander through the school to see how some things have changed and how some things still remain the same. Past pupils are encouraged to join in on a tour with current students to share knowledge and experiences of the school. That evening a centenary school production will be held at the Upper Moutere Community Centre. Festivities will continue on Satur-

day, September 12 with an afternoon tea and photo display from each decade from 2pm onwards and a celebration dinner and dance at Woollaston Estate Winery that evening at 6pm. On Sunday, one of Mahana School’s oldest past pupils will help plant a tree to mark the occasion culminating in a bus trip around the Mahana area to share experiences and places from the past. For more information contact Justin Neale, Mahana School principal, School Road, RD1, Upper Moutere phone 03 543 2887 or visit website www.mahana.school.nz. Please note that registration closes on August 14. A old photo of a tennis match held at Mahana School. Photo: courtesy of Mahana School. Children from the Big Brothers Big Sisters programme and kids in wheelchairs and their families were invited to try their hand at catching a fish last month. The Sports Fishing For Youth Trust was set up to give young people the chance to get into the outdoors and catch a trout or salmon. All ten children who participated caught a fish under the guidance of volunteer trout fishing guides. Jackon Trudeau, 7, proudly holding the big trout he caught. Photo: Monique Bergman.


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Age is no barrier to sport, in fact it is a prerequisite for players attending Table Tennis Nelson's social seniors group at Saxton Stadium with their oldest member, Lionel Wells, turning 95 in October. The group, which meets every Monday and Friday morning, has about 45 players enjoying the exercise and social interaction. Although many of the players are new to the sport, that certainly can't be said about Lionel, who has been playing for an incredible 82 years. And that probably makes him the most experienced player in the country. "I started playing when I was 11 or 12 and haven't stopped," Lionel, who is a

retired fisherman, says. "When I started in Nelson we played in the Sports Hall, but we've moved around since then to places like the YMCA and Ngawhatu, and now Saxton Stadium. "I used to play competitively. I was ranked No2 in my age-group in New Zealand at one stage, but now I just play because it's good exercise and it's a good way of meeting people." However, Lionel hasn't finished his competitive playing days just yet, competing in the last two South Island Masters games in Nelson, winning silver in the mixed doubles with Thelma Mathieson and two bronze medals in 2013. And he hopes to line up in this year's Master Games which start in Nelson on September 26.


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"I hope to play at this one as well as long as the chiropractor can put my hip right. If I'm fit, I'll be playing mixed doubles with my daughter [Lynette Goulding]." Table Tennis Nelson committee member Kay Hazeldine says the social senior's session is proving popular and has grown over the years. The majority of players are "50-plus" with a wide range of abilities. "We even have a couple of players in wheelchairs and they are pretty handy," she says. Table Tennis Nelson's social seniors play at Saxton Stadium on Monday from 9am to 12pm, and 9am to 11.25am on Fridays. Entry costs $4 on Friday and $5 on Monday. Morning tea is provided. All welcome.



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Appleby students acting up for production Simon Bloomberg

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A year 13 Waimea College student has been selected to play in the country’s senior women’s volleyball team. Georgia Davies got her first call up to the senior squad to play in an invitational tournament in Tahiti later this month. The side is coached by Tasman’s Alister McKenzie, who says the team’s long-term goal is working towards the Asian Championships in 2017 and developing a solid base of players to select from. “It is a reasonably young team but we have a few more experienced players available for this tournament who’ve returned from overseas, ex-Waimea College player Katie Adamson has returned from a scholarship in the USA and Francesca and Gabriela Edmondson are also back from the USA plus Francesca Kirwan is available from Italy which brings in some experience to the team,” says Alister. Georgia will make her debut for the New Zealand senior women’s volleyball team at the tournament after previously playing for New Zealand at age-group level.

“Georgia has been playing good volleyball a couple of years now for Waimea College and her club side, she deserves an opportunity. It will be good to see how she steps up to play at the next level,” says Alister. Georgia says it was a real surprise to receive a phone call from coach Alister telling her she had made the team. “I feel honoured to be selected in a team alongside such good players, especially the Waimea College girls, Katie Adamson and Freyah Watson [a non-travelling reserve] who have been inspirational and mentors to me. “I have been really lucky to have received good coaching over the years too and play with a great team at Waimea College. I am looking forward to the challenge of playing at a much higher level and gaining experience,” says Georgia. The team will play against Tahiti and New Caledonia at the invitational tournament to be held in Tahiti, June 16 to 26. “It will be tough competition as a number of their top players are based in France, we have to work really hard to compete, it will be a good test for us,” says Alister.

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Waimea College student Georgia Davies has been named in the New Zealand women’s volleyball team. Photo: Simon Bloomberg.

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Wakefield's Robert Stuart may be the official trainer of Dana Dawn which won the More FM Mobile Pace at the Nelson Harness Racing Club's Winter meeting on Sunday, but it was his wife Sue who played a key role in the win. The Stuarts completed a successful meeting with Dana Dawn finishing second on the first day before winning by three-quarters of length on Sunday. It was Dana Dawn's first win from nine starts and Robert says Sue was largely responsible for preparing the three-year-old gelding for its maiden win. "I'd been really busy at work up

until we finished in May, so Sue was doing all the track work with him – it's been a good partnership," Robert says. "Sue deserves most of the credit and so does (driver) Samantha Ottley - she's driven him four times now and all four have been great drives." Robert and Sue race Dana Dawn, who they lease from Teapot Valley owner-breeder Wayne Jennings. Wayne qualified the horse before leasing him to the Stuarts last August and Robert says "he has always shown a bit of ability but just needed time to mature". Waimea West owner-breeder George Hill also had success when Cullen's Lady recorded her maiden win on the first day

Robert and Sue Stuart with Dana Dawn and driver Samantha Ottley after winning the More FM Pace at the Nelson Harness Races on Sunday. Photo: Ajay Berry/Race Images. of the meeting. However, Cullens Lady couldn't back up on Sunday, finishing sixth in the Jennex Handicap Pace, one place ahead of George's other horse and race

favourite Arizona Atom. The day improved for Stoke race fans Sue and Paul Bromell who won a family holiday to Hanmer Springs in the Lucky Losing

Ticket Draw. Things were looking bleak for Sue and Paul, who had only two small collects between them, when one of Sue's many losing tickets was drawn out of the Car Company car after race 10. "I put at least 15 tickets in the draw," I'd only had one small collect on the Cup but winning the trip makes up for that," Sue says. The feature race for the day, the Nelson Pine Industries Nelson Winter Cup, was won by Destined For Glory who also won the Winter Cup Prelude on Friday. Destined for Glory was driven by Methven reinsman Ricky May, who had a remarkable seven wins at the two-day meeting.

Garin College netballers keep pace with grade’s top teams

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Competition is keen in Nelson Netball’s Collegiate 1 grade, with Waimea College 9A the only unbeaten team leading Waimea 10C and Nelson College for Girls 9A on 12 points and Nayland College 9A chasing on 11 points. However, Nelson College for Girls 9A certainly didn’t have it all their own way when they met Garin Junior A at the Saxton Field courts on Saturday. Garin “footed it” with Nelson in all but the third quarter when they were outscored 3–14 on the back of some superb shooting by Josie Ripley. Josie received stress-free ball, practically under the post and the tall shooter made it look easy as she converted time and time again. Garin’s circle defenders Kate McCashin and Emma Lackner (in the first half) and Eva McCauley (in the second half) were made to work hard to stop the flow. Kate

in particular had a strong Nelson circle defenders Kate Caradun and Lucy game, reading the game Palmer were a formidable well, she picked up two duo who worked the cirwell-timed intercepts. cle well. Josie converted 17 from 21 (in three quarters) and While Nelson shooters found themselves close to was well supported by the post, the Garin girls goal attack, Emily Denis were kept wide. However (17 from 19) who also Samantha Ashley (7 from impressed with her court work, creating turnover 8) and Georgia Binns (14 from 19) were prepared to ball on defence. back themselves and put Standout for Nelson Girls was Chloe Webb, who was the long range shot up. Diminutive introduced at goal defence Georgia showed after the first break. Chloe speed and drove lifted another couple of to the base line notches when she donned Garin College goal attack the C bib at half time, she well and has Georgia Binns lines up a obviously dewas the pivotal link who shot. Photo: Jessie Johnston. veloped a nice pulled in a couple of energetic intercepts and was prepared to look understanding with Samantha. Claudia Leonard was the geninto her shooters for the long feed.

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Waimea Old Boys Rugby

More at stake than a trophy Star and Garter Waimea Old Boys may be playing the Tasman Trophy club rugby final against Taylors Contracting Wanderers at Jubilee Park this Saturday but there is much more at stake than one trophy. The game is also part of the Car Company Nelson Bays senior competition and Waimea coach Mark Milne says that has always been their main mission for the season. “It’s the round-robin as well, so the emphasis is on that rather than just the final,” Mark says. “Sure there’s a trophy up for grabs and that’s important but the Nelson Bays competition is our priority.” Although Waimea retained their unbeaten record when they defeated Marist 30-17 last Saturday, Mark insists that Wanderers are the form team going into the final. And Wanderers clinical 55-9 victory against a strong Stoke team suggests he could be right.

Waimea Old Boys player Joe Mika is supported by Atua Peniamina as Marist defenders, Liam Boshoff, left, and Seta Sauira, try to stop the attack during their division one club rugby game at Trafalgar Park on Saturday. Photo: Evan Barnes/shuttersport.co.nz

“Stoke are starting to go very well and Wanderers were far too good for them. Wanderers have been stringing together some good wins - they are definitely hitting form at the right time so it’s going to be a tough game.” Mark says he was happy with their lead-up to the final, repelling a determined Marist challenge at Trafalgar Park. The only area of concern was the set pieces with Waimea conceding too many free-kicks in the scrums. “I always thought Marist would be tough and they were. They have been playing well and I knew they’d have a real crack at us. “But we played well enough to win. We are in a good space at the moment but we’ll need to be against Wanderers.” Captain Ben Coman, Luca Roden and Brad Hemopo scored tries in last Saturday’s win against Marist. Saturday’s final kicks off at Jubilee Park at 3pm.

Close contest

The Waimea women’s team had a win and loss in their 10-a-side games played at Sports Park Motueka starting with a comprehensive 59-0 win against Riwaka before losing to Motueka High School 38-29. Coach Steve Curtis says the first game against Riwaka was a lot closer than the score suggested with the Riwaka pack proving highly combative. Steve says Waimea played well and was leading Motueka early in the second half until injuries and fatigue took their toll. “It was actually quite a good

game against Riwaka. Their forwards were really competitive but our backs were too good. “We also played well against Motueka until we lost our centre Jess Foster to injury. It was also our second game for the day and Motueka’s first so they were able to get around us on the outside as we got tired.” Steve says they play the last round-robin games at Riwaka this Saturday before playing the semi-final and final the following week. Waimea Old Boys senior B beat Marist 70-3 in their division two match last Saturday.

Waimea Old Boys Ella Marwick tackles Motueka High School’s Sydnee Wilkins during their senior women’s rugby game at Sports Park, Motueka on Saturday. Photo: Chris Symes/shuttersport.co.nz



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Federal young guns learn tough lesson


Nelson Dawnbreakers Fishing Club Winter is hotting up! Fishing around top of the south area in winter is awesome. It seems to get better and better as it gets colder. If you don't have a reasonable size boat to get up round D’Urville island or out further-a-field, then book a charter trip to get out to the unreal scenery and variety that the outer sounds areas have to offer. In early winter, some of the species breed and other go into deeper waters to "hibernate" in the water that actually stays warmer the deeper it is. This is when fish school up in huge numbers in areas of substantial food sources and their feeding habits change to adapt to the conditions. Kingfish, snapper, groper, trevally, tarakihi, john dory, warehou are just some of the species that frequent the same areas at this time. Get some advice from the local fishing shop staff, buy some reasonable gear and get out and enjoy the Tasman Bay off season, "out in the deep". So if someone asks you to go fishing

out deep, then take a quick cement pill and get up early, get your thermals on, grab some expensive jigs and sinkers and have an awesome day out! If you catch some good fish that is a bonus. Then offer to pay your way with travel costs, as its not cheap to own a boat and tow vehicle nowadays. Winter weather can provide some very settled days and this is reflected when those days fall during the week and I hear a mate say we will be the only boat out there, and that night they report back to say 12-20 boats up there. With all this increased pressure on our local fishery, I must encourage fishos to only take what they need for a feed for them and their immediate family. Some days fishing can be hot, and not every fish needs to be taken back home, with catch-and-release another great option, including the 'feel good factor' of watching those hard fighting fish head back down to the depths after a great battle. Enjoy our 'hot' winters.


Federal Black player Brady Machen passes the ball off, despite attention from a Arotea Kiwi player. Photo: Barry Whitnall/Shuttersport.

The young guns of Federal Black had the chances, but not the nous, to overcome Marlborough side Arotea Kiwi at Saxton Field on Saturday. The four-team premier grade is dominated by Tasman this year, which is undefeated after three rounds, but has had a couple of close calls with draws against Federal Titans. Tasman are favourites to take out the title this year, according to Nelson Hockey development officer Craig Brett. “Tasman are a strong team with guys who have national hockey league experience, so they are the team to beat.” Federal Titans are made up mainly of older players, with the club’s other team, the top emerging talent. Last year Federal won the competition with a combination of the two teams. There are five senior mens hockey grades in Nelson and five womens grades. In the women’s top grade, Tasman and Federal are the two top teams.

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The Lantern Who are your heroes? Sometimes it takes a horrific accident to bring out really heroic actions such as when Mr and Mrs Fa’avae’s car crashed into Nelson Haven two years ago. I won’t forget those photos of Mr Fa’avae and his grandson’s rescuers wet and wrapped in blankets. Much heroism arises in response to adversity, and a lot of it we don’t see — the car accident rescuers didn’t seek publicity. When the adversity is a personal tragedy the heroism is often unrecognised.

a child with health problems or a mother, a father or a friend. All these people deserve our thanks and praise. They make our world a better place. I pray to God that I may not face such adversity, but if I do that I may face it with love, courage and wisdom. - Shiona Frengley, church member

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Lunch on the Hill Tuesday 16 June Tuesday 7 July Church on the Hill hall Come for a cuppa 11.30 am or midday for the meal. Food and friendship for body, soul and spirit. Lunch is provided. Koha welcome.

Older Youth Sunday 21 June 5 - 7 pm Sunday 5 July 5 - 7 pm Church on the Hill hall Bring something to share for tea.

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There are two women who are heroes for me. One has cared for and honoured her husband who has had mental illness for more than twenty years. When she looks at him she sees the man she loves, and has loved. She sees the good husband and father. She is a realist too, and works steadily with their family, friends and professionals to care for him in a way that respects him.

Sunday 21 June 4 pm Church on the Hill hall Informal family fun, craft, story and prayer activities followed by a shared meal. Theme this month, Joshua Bring something to share for the meal.

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The second cared for her husband for years as they struggled with his Alzheimer’s disease. She too saw the man who had been a loving husband and father, with whom she had shared many adventures. The humour and fun they had shared bringing back a smile and sustaining her.

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Neither of these women would see what they have done as in any way special. Their stories are repeated every day in the love shown by men and women facing adversity in their families, caring for

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AAW, Evening Women’s Fellowship Thursday 25 June 7.30 pm Church on the Hill hall Monday 29 June 7 - 9 pm

Friends ‘n’ Fun Mondays and Thursdays 9.30 am -12 pm Preschool playgroup for tots and parents, includes 30 minutes of music and movement.

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Review: Hector and the search for happiness This movie one of the best I have seen in a long time. Available on DVD, it carries an R rating with some brief nudity and some language that may offend some viewers (but there is not much of it). Simon Pegg stars as Hector, an eccentric psychologist who realises he is stuck in a rut. He decides to break out of the rut to pursue happiness. Beginning in China, the search takes him on an exciting adventure through different parts of the world. Hector encounters fascinating people – a millionaire, a prostitute, a gangster, kidnappers, a woman with a brain tumour to mention a few. Each of these encounters leads Hector further in his search.

The movie contains a little bit of everything – action, romance, humour. I find British comedy is always so much better than US comedy! Director Peter Chelsom keeps the plot moving along at a rollicking pace, with a few unexpected twists. Clever cartoon clips bring a delightful note of whimsy. The best movies entertain while provoking a little self-examination. This movie does just that with the premise that sometimes to find yourself, you have to get a little lost.

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Did you know… Church on the Hill has a book fair on July 18. We sell all different types of books but sewing and knitting patterns are free. If you have books to donate, bring them to the church office any weekday afternoon except Wednesday or call us to pick them up for you. See us again in the Waimea Weekly on 8 July


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Notice of Intention to Stop Unformed Legal Road Adjacent to Teapot Valley Road

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At the request of the adjacent landowners, Tasman District Council is notifying its intention to stop a section of unformed legal road of 7344 square metres situated adjacent to the formed Teapot Valley Road. The road stopping application is being made jointly by two adjacent landowners. The total width of Teapot Valley Road (including the existing formed road) in this area will be reduced from an average width of 47m to 15m, which provides an adequate road corridor for the future. Adjacent to the area proposed to be stopped is a small area of former Reserve Land. This is proposed for disposal to one of the landowners, but will be dealt with separately to the road stopping. For further information please contact Susannah Peckham at Tasman District Council on Ph. 03 543 7207 or Email: susannah.peckham@tasman.govt.nz

Rates Rebate Deadline The rates rebate deadline for 2014-2015 rating year is quickly approaching. Applications MUST be in before 30 June 2015 to be accepted. The Rates Rebate Scheme operates under the Rates Rebate Act 1973. The purpose of the Scheme is to provide a subsidy to low income home owners on the cost of their rates. The maximum rebated for this rating year is $605. Forms are held in each of the Council’s offices. These have a Rates Rebate Income Eligibility Table on the front. The property you are applying for must be your principal place of residence. You cannot claim a rates rebate for the rates payable on a property that is used principally for business, farming, commercial or industrial purposes, or a home that is not your usual place of residence. To check your eligibility and download a rates rebate form please go to our website www.tasman.govt.nz/property/rates/rates-rebate

Want better rural broadband access? So do we! The Council is hosting a survey quizzing residents on their internet speed and access. We need your help to get an accurate picture of what internet access is like for Tasman residents so we can apply for government funding to help improve the situation. The idea of this survey is to gain information on: 1. Demand for broadband and mobile Internet services for home, community and business use across our District 2. Areas with no (or limited/poor) service By completing this survey, local people can help clarify where the greatest needs and demand are in the region. This will support our application for government funding for the next phase of fibre deployment in towns, the next phase of broadband in rural areas, and coverage of what are known as ‘Mobile Black Spots’. There are limited funds available for the extension to the rollout and the Government has signalled the most productive and appropriate needs will be met first. The goal of the application is faster and more reliable internet access in our region. You can support this work by completing the survey yourself if you live in Tasman, or passing it on to friends, neighbours and associates. The more responses we have, the stronger our application. The survey is available online at www.surveymonkey.com/r/tasmaninternet

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On Saturday 13 June, 10.00 am - 4.30 pm, the Mapua Library will hold its Annual Winter Book Sale in Mapua Village on the corner of Aranui Road. and Toru Street. Stock up for winter reading from our huge collection of surplus books (like-new) which will be offered for sale at great prices! For more info Ph. 03 540 2545.

Richmond & Districts Information Centre Volunteers are required to work three hour shifts on a weekly or fortnightly basis at the Information Centre in Gladstone Road, Richmond. Initially successful applicants would be required to work with more experienced volunteers before being asked to work on their own. Although applicants should preferably have a good knowledge of the local community, this is not necessary, as the Centre has a large database. You should be well presented and enjoy meeting and conversing with visitors from all over New Zealand and the world. The Centre is well appointed with good facilities. If you are interested in this type of work, call in to the Centre or Ph. 03 543 9521 or contact Sally Symonds, Ph. 03 542 3983 for further details.

Council Meetings Agendas and Minutes for Council Meetings can be viewed on Council’s website at www.tasman.govt.nz Corporate Services Committee – MEETING CANCELLED Thursday 11 June 2015, MEETING CANCELLED. Public forum Full Council Tasman Council Chambers, 189 Queen Street, Richmond, Thursday 18 June 2015, 9.30 am. Public forum Motueka Community Board Motueka Office, 7 Hickmott Place, Motueka, Tuesday 23 June 2015, 4.00 pm. Public forum Full Council – Long Term Plan Tasman Council Chambers, 189 Queen Street, Richmond, Thursday 25 June 2015, 9.30 am. Public forum Community Development Committee Tasman Council Chambers, 189 Queen Street, Richmond, Thursday 25 June 2015, 10.30 am or conclusion of Full Council. No public forum Audit Subcommittee Tasman Council Chambers, 189 Queen Street, Richmond, Thursday 25 June 2015, 1.30 pm or conclusion of Community Development Committee. No public forum Commercial Subcommittee Tasman Council Chambers, 189 Queen Street, Richmond, Friday 26 June 2015, 1.30 pm. No public forum

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Contact Vanessa 0274446976 Waimea Area Quilters- Meeting at Hope School Library, Thursday 11th June 7.30pm. Guest Speakers-The Farm Studio. All visitors & new members welcome. Contact Leah 5446181 or Bev 5444976. NELSON TRAMPING CLUB invites you: June 14, Wooded Peak from Maitai, Fit, $2, ph Dan 548 3458. 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 Paddy Richardson talking about her work & 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 mightbewhatyou’relookingfor.Joinuson Wed. 17 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. ForestandBirdWedJune10-Invertebrate Biodiversity Assessment at Brook Sanctuary. Talk by Sterling Cathman. 7.30pm Tahunanui School Hall, Muritai St. Motueka Bays Masonic Lodge next meets for its installation ceremony on Saturday 13. June 2015 at 3-00 p.m. All enquiries welcome to 528 4080 or 528 0202 Foster Parents Change Lives & Communities. Child, Youth & Family are offering free training for foster parents & caregiv-

ers in Nelson. Dates: June 16 & 23. Time 9am-4pm. Contact Heather 03 989 4200 or heather.couper002@cyf.govt.nz for info. 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. 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. 6.30-8.00pm, Sat. 10am to 12.30pm Come and see us: 20c Gladstone Road, Jubilee Park, behind Badminton Centre Richmond Playgroup FREE! Plunket rooms 56 Oxford St. Mondays (term time) 9.30am to 11.30am Morning Tea provided. All Welcome. Contact Angela 0274441546 Richmond Lions New members warmly welcome! Contact Alex on 544 2639 or for the Wakefield area Ivan on 541 9689. Playgroup - Sallies Play Cafe Richmond: at The Salvation Army, 57 Oxford St on Fridays during school term 9.30am - 11.30am. Bring morning tea for your own child(ren). Cuppa provided. Gold coin donation. Contact Vanessa 0274446976. 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 Alzheimers Nelson - For people living with Memory loss & Dementia. Advice, Information & support ARE AVAILABLE. Phone 5467702 or 0800 004 001.Messages are cleared regularly.

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 99% Dust Free  All Wooden Flooring  Residential & Commercial  Prestige Timber Floor Laying  Your choice of Coatings Over 20 years Experience

Dave 0274 296 669 eliteflooring2005ltd@xtra.co.nz www.elitefloorsanding.co.nz

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

021 255 6163 / 544 0444



Sam & Kath are

For ALL your equipment needs, use the local guys CommerCial



Ph: 543 9044 89 Beach Road, Richmond




Your locally owned and operated Your locally owned andHire operated Digger & Truck Digger & Truck Hire ph 0221511344 or 0221511343 onmoto-X 5424 559 We do it all,AH from tracks to vege sam.kath@galbraithcontractingltd.co.nz gardens, house footings to driveways and landscaping.

First home buyers • Purchasers Refinancing • Investment Properties Guarantor lending 100% loans

Ph 022 151 1344 or 022 151 1343 A/H 542 4559 sam.kath@galbraithcontractingltd.co.nz


Adam Brumwell



Lawn mowing Garden bags Hedge trimming Section clean-ups Weedeating & spraying Landscaping Tree work Pensioner discount Security checked & fully insured

ADAM STANLEY Phone 03 541 8821

021 277 8456


Mortgage Advisers

Painter Decorator

Qualified Tradesman

26 Years Experience

“I’ll turn up on time”

Painting PAINTER - Exterior/Interior - Airless Spraying Adam - Waterblasting Brumwell - New & Old Painting Work - Fully Qualified Tradesman - Exterior/Interior - Airless Spraying - Obligation - Waterblasting - New & Old WorkFree Quote - Fully Qualified Tradesmen - Obligation Free Quote

Locally owned and operatedCall


671 8417 027 232 1550027 027 671 8417 AH/Fax: 544 3177

Call Adam

or 544 9415


or 544 9415


• Inside car storage • Self drive truck hire • Staff on site

Size & Price List available at www.tasman-storage.co.nz

74 Gladstone Rd, Richmond & 481 High St, Motueka

Ph 544 4306

Owners Candy & Richard

Phone 548 8590

Ph 544 6411

864 Lower Queen Street Richmond

Mark Langdon & Ian French


Richmond’s Master Painters • Free Quotes • Qualified Security Checked Team • Interior & Exterior Painting • Roof Painting • Water Blasting • Wallpapering • Locally owned since 2002

021 345 591 or 544 0856




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All Insurance Claims Panelbeating Chassis Straightening Repaints 2-pack Touch Ups Call Tony Johnston

90 VANGUARD ST NELSON PH: 548 3954 027 548 3954


Be seen! Advertise here from only $

15 +gst per week

544 9037


Technical Cleaning Solutions • Property Maintenance

Rats and Mice?

• Builders Cleans

• Tenancy Changes • Pressure Cleaning • Carpet Cleaning

• Upholstery We’ll getCleaning rid of them • Window Cleaning

• Hazardous Material Cleans

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• Tenancy Changes

TEETH WHITENING • Pressure Cleaning • Carpet Cleaning


• Low prices • Secure storage • CCTV Surveillance

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

• Upholstery Cleaning


• Window Cleaning

Suit Hire SUIT HIRE Weddings, Black Tie,

• 24/7 access • Ventilated • Purpose built • Range of sizes


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543 9977

for all formal occasions 249 Queen St Richmond

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• Hazardous Material Cleans

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Trades & Services

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Trades & Services

Computer Problems?

Technical Cleaning Solutions

For the best service in town call or visit

548 0007

• Commercial & Residential • Builders Cleans

16 Halifax Street

• Tenancy Changes • Pressure Cleaning • Carpets & Upholstery

We do call outs and remote support too

• Window Cleaning

Call a Geek

• Property Maintenance

www.techclean.co.nz FREE PHONE




0508 832 425


www.callageek.co.nz – since 2005


ArcAdiA Sage


the wise choice

The small team with all the skills Residential to Lifestyle Blocks

Planning Construction Planting Maintenance


Call us today for a friendly no obligation quote

Phone Tony & Amber

P: 03 5530 306 M: 022 122 5013

544 3977 0275 288 434

E: ollie@sagelandscapes.co.nz www.sagelandscapes.co.nz

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

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


A/H: 542 3343

TRAINING HARRIS TRAINING SERVICES LTD Registered Trainer, Assessor & EPA Test Certifier • 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

Professional Plumbing Services in Nelson, Richmond & Motueka

544 8059 www.tasmanbayplumbing.co.nz

1/750 Lower Queen St Richmond 7081


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

Reduce Heating Bills Reduce Condensation Reduce Noise Reduce UV Sun Damage


Ian Chadwick 027 554 6674 or 545 7276

PH 0800 104 466 OR 545-1398



Regas or New Struts

or 03 544 1212 (offRichmond Beach Road)

Heatpump Servicing

• Plastering • Gib Fixing • Reskimming • Gib Cove • Gibstopping • Painting Call Tony 021 260 4480 tonysproul1@gmail.com


544 9037

Ph: 543 8090 Ph: 543 8090

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

WaterblastiNg • 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


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


Mobile 0220 649 822 (24hr)

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


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 •

Ph 544 9180 Corporate Rates Available

Jeff NeilsoN


Mobile 0220 649 822 (24hr)

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

Cell: 0220 649 822 A/H 547 7856


Call Simon

Lawn mowing One off/regular Hedges Clean ups Free quotes Winz/pensioner rates 6 yrs experience

021 223 3135

A/h: 547 4839 M: 027 522 5223



Bridal Formal Childrens

Smart Solutions for Smart People

Specialising in supply & installation of Solar Systems fo Your solar specialists Hot Water Heating Dairy Farms 12V Grid Tie

- zips, hems, mending Chris Inglis 03 5448059 0275485877

No job too small




Repairing whiteware from Richmond to Wakefield, and surrounding areas.



Ryan Elley

Whiteware repair specialist DISHWASHERS OVENS


For service call: 027 685 5777 or 541 8877


Call Ryan to fix:

• 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

027 685 5777 or 541 8877

1-19 McPherson St Richmond

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

03 544 8553

• Camping & RV

• Domestic & Commercial

www.nzsolar.co.nz 1/750 Lower Queen St Richmond 7081


window cleaning

Marks Off

Window Cleaning


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

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

544 7285 03 544 8553



Camping and RV

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


Ph: 538 0824

Jeff NeilsoN

Mobile 0220 649 822 (24hr)


Liz McLean


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


Sew for U

• Leaks • Repairs • Maintenance • ReRoofs • New Roofs

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

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

022 609 0088


Jeff NeilsoN

Work Place First Aid Courses


0800 448 446 Steve Fletcher

545 1000

Proudly supplying Orange Residential Homes roofing requirements for over 10 years


$80 per hour

FREE Quotes



Over 20 years experience

Atawhai to Wakefield and everywhere in between

269 Queen St Richmond. Ph 544 6603

Small Small • Leaking taps & pipes Jobs $ • KitchensJobs & Welcome bathrooms Welcome +gst • Solar per week • Drainage Kevin Harris Kevin Harris

and the life of your heatpump

Healing you

lawnmowing weedeating gardening


Be seen!

sOul Oasis

Stoke LawnS


Advertise here from only

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

Basic Service 85 Improve the performance


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

Honest Reliable Master Master Honest Reliable Plumbers and Gasfitters Plumbers and Gasfitters Since 1915 Since 1915




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



Bays Blinds & Curtain Service

Baby&Mobility HIRE

Ph 548 7445




4A Gladstone Road, 12 Cargill Place, Richmond

Ph: 547 4038

Call into Cash Can Do Ltd, 42 Arthur St, Blenhiem

0275 423 343


0274 071 328

Grey Power Discounts

4 Coach Pl, Brightwater

Re-Stringing & Re-Lining

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

0800 427 782

We Could Help You! For further enquires please phone 03 577 8650 or email wecashcando@gmail.com

• Renovations • Kitchens • Bathrooms

All Installation

• Roman Blinds

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


Specialising in small jobs and maintenance plumbing


• Alterations to ready-made curtains/ nets





• Curtain Making






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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