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Stoke folk approve of centre design Kate Russell Designs for a $6 million community centre in Stoke have been given the thumbs up by local residents, who say that the facility will create a positive “focal point” for the suburb. The new venue, to be built at Greenmeadows Park, is what deputy mayor Paul Matheson calls “part one of the jigsaw for Stoke” and will be home to both community and sporting facilities. It will feature a main hall, function and “breakout” rooms, kitchens, offices, changing rooms, and storage space for rugby, tennis and cricket clubs.

The concept design plans for the facility, which have been designed by Nelson architects Jerram Tocker and Barron, were unveiled to the Stoke Seniors last Wednesday by Paul Matheson, who says that they thought the design was “very good”. “They liked the plans, but they were also concerned with functionality of the building, such as if the toilets were in the right place and if there was enough disabled parking,” says Paul. Plenty of ramps and somewhere to store mobile scooters were also a high priority for the seniors and Paul says

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What better way to celebrate an American holiday than with an iconic symbol of American culture – gas-guzzling cars. From lean, mean Corvettes and Mustangs, to the colossal, tail-finned Plymouth’s, there was something for everyone at the

Nelson Rod and Custom Club’s Independence Day Cruise, last Saturday. The cruise began at the Suburban Club in Nelson and made its way to Riwaka and back, a distance of around 100km. Not only was the day a chance for on lookers to admire a display of American automobile history, the Independence Day Cruise

was also in support of a very good cause. Everyone who took part in the cruise paid an entry fee of $5 and by the end of the day the event managed to raise $500, which will all be going towards prostate cancer. There were 67 participants in the cruise, 64 from Nelson and a further three that were picked up in Motueka.

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they will get a say in all the finer details, right down to the type of chairs they get. “They really want to be based somewhere which will allow them to grow, and the community centre will allow them to do that,” says Paul. Members of the Stoke Rugby Club, who are helping to fund the facility, are also happy with the design. Stephen Fitzgerald, who has been part of the club since he was five years old, says that he thinks it’s great. “It’s a good overall design for the Stoke community, and great for the rugby club to have a proper space.”

Stoke business owner Mary-Jane Bailey of Lemon Tree Lane is also impressed with the design. “It’s nice, I quite like it,” she says. “I think it’s going to make a focal point for Stoke, which we don’t have. The whole place is so disjointed at the moment.” Across the road from Greenmeadows Park, at the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul, shop keepers Jacky Evans and Ann Heppell were also enthusiastic about the plans. “I quite like the look of it, it’s probably what Stoke really needs,” says Jacky. “As long as there are plenty of ramps,” adds Ann. Stoke residents, both young and

Young Stoke Rugby Club players Lee Haslan and Keegan Fitzgerald, both 10, with Stephen Fitzgerald, next to the current changing sheds. Insert top: Stoke resident Ruby Hall. Insert bottom: Stoke business owner Mary-Jane Bailey. Photos: Kate Russell. old, also thought the design was merset Retirement Village, hadn’t fitting for Stoke. “It looks nice and heard about the development, but modern. It fits in with was happy to hear there would be the other new buildings a new community facility to lift Open until 3pm Saturdays around here,” comments the area, which she describes as 277 High St, Motueka younger resident, Ruby “depressing”. “It’s rather bad in Hall. Stoke, lots of shops have gone.” 90 year old Nathalie To her, the design was ‘fine,’ with Run by Shooters for Shooters Baird, who lives at Sum- her only concern being that it was

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earthquake proof. The council’s Community Serv ices Committee met last Thursday morning to discuss the concept plans, and Councillor Pete Rainey, chair of the committee, says that the design was well received. During the meeting, extra features were added to the design, which have now pushed the original $5.6 million budget over $6 million. “We want to add a bifold door to split the main hall into two so it can be a flexibile space, and we are also adding a photovoltaic solar power generator” he says. “This will push the budget over $6 million, but we want to get it right.” A cafe for the facility was also debated. “There is room for a cafe to go in, but it hasn’t been greenlighted,” says Pete. The potential cafe site will be used as a meeting room for the meantime.


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High demand for houses House prices have risen only slightly as real estate agents report huge demand for homes in Nelson and Tasman. Mark Rumsey of First National says they’ve seen huge growth over the past 12 months, with his firm selling three times as many homes in the past fortnight, compared to what they did last year. “What we’re seeing is unpresented demand, especially in the $280,000-$440,000 price range,” he says. The QV House Price Index for June shows Nelson residential property values rose by 0.7 per cent over the past three months and the average home value in the city is now $413,239. Nelson home values have inMUD RUN: Kate Parfitt and Georgia Berry take part in the Nayland College annual mud run on Friday afternoon to celebrate the end of term as part of their Winter Festival. Those students and teachers keen enough, trudged through a boggy paddock and were hosed down at the end by the Stoke Fire Service. Photo: Jacob Chandler.

creased 3.2 per cent year on year and they are now 7.9 per cent higher than the previous peak of 2007. Residential property values in the Tasman District decreased by one per cent over the past three months and the average value across the region is now $415,394. However, Tasman District home values rose 1.2 per cent year on year and they are now 3.4 per cent higher than the previous peak of 2007. QV Nelson Registered Valuer Richard Kolff says sales numbers and listings continue to fall around the region which is quite normal for this time of year as we hit the middle of winter.

“Recent decreases in the Official Cash Rate and floating interest rates by some banks, coupled with an outlook of continued low interest rates, is also helping to fuel demand for homes in the low to medium level price brackets,” he says. Richard says there have been regular reports of large numbers of buyers turning up at open homes of new listings, often resulting in multiple offers being received. Mark expects prices to rise sharply this spring. “An increase in demand usually brings an increase in price and we haven’t seen that yet. As we come into spring I think we’ll see multiple offers drive prices up.”

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Fire fighters continue to check over a Kawai St South house after putting out a fire that damaged the kitchen area.

two high pressure hoses directed at the house. “We had a smoke column issuing from the house. The main scene of the fire seemed to be in the kitchen area at the south western end of the house. Four men with breathing apparatus entered through the front door.” He says around 10-15 per cent of the house was fire damaged but there was further smoke damage to the rest of the house. Man dead after assault: A man involved in a serious assault at Franklyn Village on Saturday morning has died after being attacked by a 17 and 27 year old resident of the complex. Bruce Andrew Mortimer, 46, was transferred from Nelson Hospital to Wellington Hospital on Saturday in a critical condition with a head injuries, after being attacked. The two men have been charged with assault with intent to injure. Police said further charges are likely. The complex houses about 180 people and has around 60 security cameras installed. Franklyn Village owner Liz Harris told the New Zealand Herald, accommodation staff and residents were devastated by Mr Mortimer’s death. “This is a dreadful thing to happen for our community.” Forensic scientists are helping with a scene examination, along with around 20 police staff. To keep up with all the latest news, keep an eye on www.nelsonlive.co.nz

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Nayland students mixed on new uniform rules Kate Russell

Mufti is soon to become a thing of the past at Nayland College, with the school board voting to phase in uniform for its senior year 11 and 12 students over the next three years. The decision was announced last Tuesday, and means that year 11s will be required to wear uniform in 2017 and then year 12s in 2018. A review of the year 13 mufti regulation will also come under review for 2018. The board made their decision based on a number of surveys and consultations, designed to gauge the view of the wider Nayland community. Principal Daniel Wilson says the decision-making process had been in the public eye for a very long time. One hundred parents from Nayland College’s main feeder school, Broadgreen Intermediate, were asked for their opinions along with parents, staff and students, at the subject selection evening last

year. He says uniform was one factor parents sitting on the fence took into account when selecting a school. “There was some really telling information in that survey, around parents who made up their mind not to send their student to Nayland and why they had chosen that.” The school also conducted a uniform survey of 306 students last year. “There was only a minority of students in that survey who wanted to have a uniform, however the comments in that survey were quite telling around the students who did want to move to uniform and the reasons around that,” Daniel says. Philip Sanderson, a year 10 student at the school, says that senior mufti is one of the reasons why some people come to Nayland College. Nayland’s year 11 students have been allowed to wear mufti since the 1990s. Year 12 and 13 students have not worn uniform for a number of years prior to that.

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Hundreds took to the snow over the weekend as Rainbow Ski Area held its opening weekend celebrations. Saturday was jam packed with snowball fights, tours, tobogganing, sledding and live music entertaining a crowd of hundreds, and while Sunday was quieter, there were still plenty of people on the slopes for some wintery fun. Rainbow Ski Area manager Jono Hay says the weekend ran without a hitch. “We’ve had an excellent opening weekend with fresh snowfall on Friday morning. It set us up really well along with our man-made snow,” he says. The ski field operates a full snow school with group and private lessons, as well as a school holiday programme. Jono says it’s very important that all vehicles coming up carry chains because they have had Dot Kettle and Georgia Richards with their children Baxtor, 10, Otto, 8, to turn people away who have been unprepared. tion is brought to you by Nelson Electricity who owns and operates the electricity distribution network in and Bruno, 6, give the intermediate slope a go at Rainbow Ski Area on Rainbow offer a shuttle service for those unable Nelson City and supplying approximately 9,200 consumers in what is mainly an urban area. Sunday. Photo: Jacob Chandler. to make it up in their own vehicle.

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Three Nelson architectural designers have claimed titles at the 2015 Resene Architectural Design Awards, which were held on Friday evening. Four regional awards were presented to the three winning Nelson designers, who are Tony Karsten of Karsten Architectural Design, George Hilgeholt of AWE2010 Ltd and David Todd of David Todd Ltd Architectural Design. The annual event showcases the most innovative, creative and aesthetic architectural designs around the country, in both residential and commercial sectors. The awards identify standout designs in new homes, interiors, alterations and additions, and industrial design. Architectural Designers New Zealand CEO, Astrid Andersen, said that each year Nelson based designers showcase the stunning natural beauty of the regions, the incredible views, and the appealing lifestyle. “The Nelson and Marlborough regional entries are always a feast for the eyes – emulating the stunning natural landscape and the relaxed lifestyle,” she says. “Well done to all winners.” The winners are now eligible for national titles, including the Supreme Architectural Design Award, and will be announced on 30 October.

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Final piece of Saxton Field being developed Simon Bloomberg

The final piece of the puzzle in the Saxton Field development is being put into place with construction starting on a new sports ground that will include the region’s first dedicated rugby league field. Contractors have already started removing top soil from the five hectare site, located between Avery Field and Saxton Oval, so that the drainage system can be installed. The former Daelyn Orchard site is the final piece of land within the greater Saxton Field complex to be developed and, when completed, will feature open playing fields including a home ground for the Richmond Rabbits Rugby League Club.“We’ve spoken to the Richmond Rabbits about it and they are very excited,” Tasman District Council reserves officer Glen Thorn says. “We have developed other council grounds for other clubs like Jubilee Park for the rugby and cricket, so it’s nothing new.” Glen says the TDC-owned land is being developed as a part of a joint project with the Nelson City Council. Because the site is adjacent to the Saxton Velodrome, which is presently being constructed, and Avery Field, a shared toilet block will also be part of the development.

“There will be an ablution facility that will service Saxton Velodrome, Avery Field and the new sports ground, although the velodrome will eventually get its own facility. There could also be shared clubrooms for the three sports that makes more sense than having three separate clubrooms that aren’t fully utilised.” Glen says the construction of a new ablution block will be a relief for football teams and their supporters at Avery Field. “They’ve been using Porta-Loos there and some of them got burned down, so this will be good news for them.” Glenn says the sports grounds will be sown with grass in late August and open for use in time for next winter’s sports. The league ground will have relocatable floodlights for night-time training in winter that can be removed in summer. The ponded area to the north of the ground and vacant area to the west will be landscaped to create a family recreation area and attractive entranceway. The entrance to the new ground will run between the new entrance to Saxton Field off Main Rd Stoke and Champion Rd. “It’s going to transform the whole area from a wasteland of weeds that people were using for fly-dumping into a really nice sports ground. It’s going to look amazing.”

Tasman District Council reserves officer Glenn Thorn at the site of the new sports ground development at Saxton Field. Photo: Simon Bloomberg.

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Murder trial earns detective commendation Andrew Board

When Pip Greenland took on a complex murder inquiry last year she wasn’t yet a qualified detective, but she handled it like a pro and in the process sent the accused to jail and received a district commanders commendation for her work. Detective Pip Greenland was awarded the commendation at a Nelson Police Pay Parade at the station on Friday. She was one of seven officers to receive an award, along with three non-sworn staff. She says she was handed the murder inquiry early in the investigation and led it right through until after the trail that saw the accused found guilty of manslaughter of her husband and attempted murder of her daughter-in-law, and sent to jail. “It was complex because they were arguing whether she was insane,” says Pip. “I had a feeling all along that there was something not right. Everyone said ‘oh no, she’s crazy, let’s go with it’ but I thought there was something in it and I didn’t believe she was insane, and that she was just a really good actress.” The case started with around 60 witnesses that needed to be interviewed, along with managing suspects and victims. “The trial was a great result really and this award is great recognition, and nice because I did most of the work on it myself.” Other awards included a 35 year service

clasp to Detective Sergeant Mark Kaveney and Detective Sergeant Christ Roberts; a 28 year service clasp to Detective Sergeant Ian Langridge; a 21 year service badge to Tracey Ball; a 14 year service badge to Patricia Lenting and Marion Price; a 14 year long service and good conduct medal to Senior Constable Jude Yeoman; a certificate of service to ex-Senior Constable William Squires and a diploma in police workplace practice to Constable Micaela Rolton.

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Steph Collett and Toni McQuade at Kylie's 40th at the Speights Ale House on Saturday night. On Friday night we went along to Lynfords for the Danske Mobler Ekornes Stress-less promotion. It was a great turn out with food, wine, and of course, a sneak peek at the latest furniture. On Saturday, we were invited to Kylie Collett's 40th birthday at the Speights Ale House. Remember, if you'd like us to come and take photos at your event or party, give us a call on 548 4949 or email us at editorial@nelsonweekly.

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The Nelson Ark is taking its dogs on the road as part of the Healing Species programme that is aimed at encouraging empathy and compassion in school children. The Ark already runs its successful APART programme that links unwanted dogs with atrisk youths at its headquarters at Stonehurst Farm in Hope. But the group is taking a second programme called Healing Species into schools to benefit a wider cross-section of students. Ark trustee and co-founder Karen Howieson says the group’s other co-founder, Susan Murray-Rifici, studied the programme when she was on a teaching fellowship in the US in 2008. Susan introduced the programme to a small number of Nelson schools, including Broadgreen Intermediate where she used to be a teacher, but now the Ark wants more schools to sign-up for Healing Species. “APART is limited to a small number of children and we wanted to help a wider range of young people,” Karen says. “It helps create a positive culture in the classroom and encourages empathy among the students.” Karen says they have just trained Rebecca Verity and Daniel Mortimer to deliver Healing Species at schools. It was piloted in Broadgreen and Nelson College for Girls this term and will be trialled at Parklands School next term. The Ark is also negotiating with Waimea College and Brooklyn School about delivering the programme in their schools. Karen says one of the keys to the success of Healing Species is the presence of a rescued dog as an “assistant teacher” in the lessons. All the dogs that go into the classroom have completed the APART programme and their story helps encourage trust and empathy in the students. Broadgreen year 7 and 8 teacher Craig Maybee says all of his students have been enjoying the programme which is “very engaging”. “The dogs really make it work well. It’s been great and the kids have enjoyed it - it also brings a really calming effect into the classroom.” Student Ben Stewart says one of the things he learned from the programme was that people can overcome all sorts of obstacles with a little help. “It’s been really cool. It’s nice to see a dog like Spike, that hasn’t had a good start in life, turn out so good.” The programme consists of nine to 11 weekly classroom lessons.

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DOGS GO TO SCHOOL: The Nelson Ark’s instructor Rebecca Verity and dog Spike with Broadgreen Intermediate School pupils, from left; Ben Stewart, Kynan Bezett, Jesse Todd, Kayla Pirini and Kiela Parker during their Healing Species lesson last Wednesday. Photo: Simon Bloomberg.

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Kindergarten hours extended: It has been wonderful for our family. Our three girls have attended Nelson South Kindergarten and with the change in hours we have been able to work a little more knowing our children are in a safe, happy, learning environment. It is also a choice, with our youngest still doing three half days a week instead of full days. Robb Balloch Sandra Saywell. I think its a good idea my daughter goes to Nelson South kindy. Nikita Tepu-Takuira. I think it's stupid as you have some parents who start work a lot earlier. You will soon have to make all workers around New Zealand work school hours as well. Kelly Brennan.

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Stoke Community Centre plans unveiled: Shame Tahunanui Community Centre couldn't get a slice of that pie. Have we been forgotten? Cushla Vass. I just hope one sporting code doesn't claim it and it is in fact a community centre. I think it will be a wonderful benchmark for Stoke to build on. Let's hope a youth park is designed and goes ahead shortly after. Who will be managing the centre? Anyone know? Jo Munro. Good idea, but will it leak like most kiwi buildings? Will it be cold with very little heating, (like most kiwi buildings), will there be so few power points you can't do anything without extension leads etc, will the floors be level? (You know the rest). Brian Gower. Won't leak, look at the size of the soffits, plus the roof has reasonable pitch. Codes state insulation and double glazing and all that good stuff is compulsory now don't they, surely it won't be cold, just need to shut the bloody doors and windows, then crank up that big heat pump. What else do you want? Paul Jones. Cellphone blackspots ignored: In this day and age, technology is imperative. Internet banking, business opportunities and soon-to-beextending parking meter times by mobile phone apps. After revising the recent publication of NCC’s future long term plan 2015-25,

I feel incredibly frustrated that instalment and upgrading of telecommunications in Maitai Valley is not part of the plan. Are we living in prehistoric times? No!! We are living in a forgotten community. Residents and businesses are at a disadvantage with no broadband internet, faultering landlines and no mobile services to the area. Recent upgrades of the water pipelines have come at the expense of Maitai residents with no cost benefit. NCC states that “they are a businessfriendly council committed to being an ‘enabler’ for business opportunities”- NCC. A petition universally signed and supported by all persons contacted in the Maitai Valley has been submitted to the NCC declaring the frustration of the locals and informing the NCC about the ‘Blackspot Grant Scheme’. We are 3 kilometres from the CBD yet we are light-years away from communications. We implore that NCC acknowledges our commitment to Nelson. Hamish Kennedy, Maitai Valley - Nelson. New mural: Do we need reminding that public spaces are shared by children, too?That new mural of a couple in a mouth-clamped embrace doesn't belong in a public space. A nightclub perhaps. How much more virtual graffiti is going to be plastered over the city buildings? Add to the tacky blue stripes and silly, cold, white seats in Bridge St, and we see areas of the city beginning to look degraded. Don't Nelsonians have any say about these afflictions? They're not classy at all... Morag Woode.

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School is fun and games for Birchwood kids Forget playstation and computers - last week Birchwood School students showcased the best in handmade entertainment at their Games Gala. The event was the grand finale to the schools current focus on technology. During the topic, classes looked at how technology impacted on their lives, and took part in some practical technology problem solving activities. To bring the topic to a close, every class designed and constructed their own games, applying some of the techniques they had learned throughout the unit. The games needed to meet certain criteria, which each class decided on, including being

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School of Music, Tuesday, June 23: The Nelson School of Music restoration and rebuild has launched its fundraising campaign. Fundraising committee chair, Colleen Marshall says the project has a great team behind it who are currently busy setting up opportunities for naming rights, local business sponsorship and personal donations. Brochures detailing how people can donate have also been successful around town. Colleen says the public have already shown a lot of support for the School of Music and the fundraising committee will soon be working on public events. Nayland College, Tuesday, June 23: Nayland College’s arts coordinator Rose Shepard says the school’s Performing Arts Festival was fabulous. Not only was it a great experience for both parents and students, the show sold out all its tickets. Rose says the school will definitely be doing the festival again. The Audiophile, Tuesday, June 30: Nelson Weekly would like to apologise to our good friend Daniel O’Connell from The Audiophile. Somehow we spelt his name wrong in the article ‘Music lovers turn back to vinyl’.

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Addison Berkett-Nicoll, 5, playing Whack a Fruit at the Birchwood School Games Gala last Thursday. Photo: Jessie Johnston.

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New-comers to Nelson are encouraged to head along to Rhythm and Brown this Wednesday to meet new people and socialise. The Nelson Newcomers Network hosts various events in the city, including the monthly get-together at the New St bar.

Coordinator Howard Fairbank says he was pleasantly surprised when he turned up to his first meeting. “There were a diverse range of people, both in age and backgrounds. People were there from their 20s to their 50s and from North America, Europe, Asia and from other parts of New

Zealand.” But the nights aren’t just for those from outside of the region, locals are also encouraged to come along for “diverse entertainment”. “This event is specifically designed for people who are keen on networking and socialising, although the first

question you’re often asked is ‘how long have you been in Nelson for?’” The drinks and nibbles are at Rhythm and Brown on Wednesday, July 8 from 7pm. For more information, contact Howard on 021 209 0486 or email howfair@bigpond. com

Students make braille books for blind St Paul's School Vinnies have created a special gift for vision impaired people in Nelson, making a tactile children's story book featuring words in Braille and large print. The Vinnies, which is the youth group of the Society of St Vincent de Paul, were inspired to create the book after a visit from Gill Clayton and Kaye Halkett, who spoke about their experiences with sight loss. Gill and Kaye showed the Vinnies examples of tactile books and the children decided to make their own to donate to the Blind Foundation. The Vinnies transformed the children's story Whirly the Helicopter, written by Ian Pillinger, into a tactile book featuring 3D illustrations with words in both Braille and large print. The Vinnies presented the book to Gill,

Kaye and Amanda Stevens, who is also vision-impaired, and Paul Richardson, from the Nelson branch of the Blind Foundation, to be used by vision impaired people living in the region. "I'm a blind parent with sightedchildren and there was nothing like this around when my children were young," Gill says. "It is so important for any parent to be able to read to their children." Amanda says tactile books are also good for vision-impaired children and are a key resource for helping develop their literacy while Paul says the Vinnies created "one of the best tactile books I have seen in my years of working in this field". Youth Coordinator for the Society of St Vincent de Paul, Philippa Winch says the Vinnies group took a term to make the book

Blind Foundation members Amanda Stevens, left, and Gill Clayton with the braille book that St Vincent de Paul's Philippa Winch and St Paul's School Vinnies created. Photo: Simon Bloomberg. which was part of a two year study on disability awareness. The Vinnies also buddied up with young people with disabilities and their caregivers to go canoeing and created musical instruments for Little Stars playgroup that caters

for children with disabilities as part of the study. "The children learned so much from this project," Phillipa says. "It's helped the students to reach out to and value all people for the unique qualities they are able to offer."

Vinnie Josephine Hills says the book is "much more than something people can read". "If you are blind and a Braille reader it is much better if you can touch the pictures as well. It's something they can really enjoy."

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Koha Shed gives Nelson a helping hand

Nelson Koha Shed organiser Cara Christall at the shed in Stoke. Photo: Kate Russell.

Money is a dirty word, and ‘sharing’ is the motto at Nelson’s Koha shed, which opened its doors last Tuesday. The shed, which is being run out of a volunteer’s father’s garage in Stoke, is a place where people can come and receive donated goods at no cost. The only payment required is a smile. Organiser Cara Christall says that it all started when a post was shared on the ‘Pay it Forward Nelson’ Facebook page to see if anyone would be interested in starting a local shed. Cara, along with three other dedicated volunteers, put their hands up and decided to give it a go. The following weeks were spent

shed hunting and putting the word out for donations. “The response has been huge,” says Cara. “We’re seeing all sorts of people donating stuff. I think people find a real richness in giving.” Cara says the shed is all about providing free goods for “anyone and everyone.” “This is a place where anyone can come and get what they need – there is no taking involved. Here, it’s all about sharing. When you think about it, it’s such simple concept,” she says. The organising committee has started a Facebook page to get the word out,

which has already hit more than 1000 likes. “We’re blown away by the support. We were doing a happy dance at 48 likes - we had no idea it was going to be this big.” For the Koha shed to continue to grow, a new location is crucial. “Our immediate concern is finding a more suitable space,” says Cara. “We need somewhere bigger, drier, and with more parking spaces. Somewhere in Victory would be ideal.” The shed is located at 556 Waimea Road, Stoke and is open Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays 11am – 1pm.

Garin’s Mahi Toi ‘best yet’ Garin College Mahi Toi Showcase Concert over the last Wednesday and Thursday nights was a sell out at the Hope Community Church. Principal John Boyce said that in all of his 15 years at the school, it was the best he had seen. Under the guidance of Garin College Arts Coordinator, Lindsey Furlong-Taylor, Year 13 Arts Captains Jess Brooks and Nick Erasmuson, had been planning this event for months and taken it to the next level. “The audience was amazed and spell bound by the varied and entertaining acts performed by Garin Caitlan Mahon models College Students. the winning creation, Year 12 students now titled ‘Ahusaka,’ that have the difficult task she and Laura Coulton of trying to match entered. such a polished performance for Mahi Toi 2016,” says Lindsey.

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overseas rally – as a dream result. With Hyundai being Hayden’s major sponsor, locals have Chris Bowater, CEO Bowater Hyundai to thank for the Nelson visit and as the motor group is also proud to support the Victory Boxing charity, a portion of money made through tickets to The Big Brekkie will go towards the local organization. The breakfast event is also a fundraiser for Victory Boxing, so bring your wallets as there will be some great opportunities to support a valuable cause.

Proud to bring the WRC champ, Hayden Paddon to Nelson Hayden will be in our Hyundai Showroom opposite McDonalds on 14 July between 2.30pm and 3.30pm to sign autographs.

A day of excitement with WRC rising star Hayden’s visit will also include an exciting race challenge for six lucky Bowater Hyundai customers. Between 11am and 1pm, six Bowater Hyundai customers will get the once in a lifetime chance to go head to head with Hayden on the Pro Karts track in Tahunanui. Come along and watch how the professionals do it, take some

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started the design on the project the first thing we did was look ward to the Quest standard of accommodation. Quest Nelson at the ground conditions and see what the ground could sup- features 40 studio, one and two bedroom apartments. Each port. Normally we would build that building serviced apartment features a fully with a piled foundation so that the load from equipped kitchenette, private laundry the structure of the building comes down and spacious living and dining arinto the ground via reinforced concrete piles, eas, making it your home away from but in this case we found that the ground home. In addition to having all the faconditions weren’t that great. Because there cilities you’d find in your own house, was no specialist equipment in Nelson, the Quest Nelson offers a number of sercost of piling was too expensive and put the vices to make your stay all the more project at risk, so what we ended up doing comfortable and enjoyable including was an engineered raft concrete foundation.” housekeeping, broadband internet acThis means the building is built on a founcess, on-site reception, 24-hour on-site dation that uniformly distributes the weight management, a babysitting booking across the whole footservice, restaurant charge-back and print of the structure. Franchisee Director, Adrian pantry shopping service. Quest Nel“Raft foundations aren’t Cotoros outside Quest Nelson on son offers guests a modern and stylish that common but that Collingwood St. alternative to traditional motel or hotel Architect for Arrow’s Quest was the best solution for accommodation and from it’s location this particular building. And rather than on Collingwood St, is only a short walk away from many of build the walls out of steel frames and then the cities popular spots including the museum, Queen’s Garclad them with Gib Board, plaster them dens, the Maitai River and a number of café’s, bars and resand paint them, we actually used the walls taurants. Quest Nelson is also perfect for families or groups to support the floors. So a lot of the walls needing accommodation as their apartment configurations inside the building are concrete walls pre- mean everyone has the room to spread out while remaining cast locally, trucked to site and erected, and under one roof. To book your stay with Quest Nelson simply left exposed in a lot of cases, which sounds give them a call on 03 929 5503 or 0800 944 400 or email your a bit raw but from an architectural point of enquiry to manager@questnelson.co.nz. archaus view is really quite good,” says Robb. Now For more information on Quest Serviced Apartments, check @archausNZ Nelson and all future visitors can look for- out their website at questapartments.co.nz.

Quest Nelson is the newest property for Quest Serviced Apartments and an exiting new accommodation option for Nelson’s visitors of business or leisure. From the start of construction in July last year, it’s taken a bit over nine months to get to the finished article which was opened on Monday, June 22. The design and build of the apartment block premises was down to Wellington based company, Arrow International, although project manager Robb Noble says that 90 per cent of the resources that delivered the project came out of Nelson. Construction of the building has taken some interesting turns however, thanks to the innovation of Arrow International and the local team of consultants and sub-contractors, it’s now open for business. “It’s obviously a five level building which is a fairly substantial structure for Nelson,” says Robb. “When we

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Men in Business ow n e w ner shi p a cut above the rest

Come in and meet our friendly, qualified team • Keys • Residential, Commercial, Automotive • Restricted Key Systems • Safes • CCTV • Alarms • Fire • Access Control • Electrical • Solar/PV

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New owners of Richmond Locks Alarms and Electrical, Craig and Kris Hodgson, really know their stuff. The born and bred Nelsonians have been working in the industry for around 13 years and bring extensive experience. Craig is a registered electrician and certified security installer and Kris is a qualified locksmith. Richmond Locks Alarms and ElecKris & Craig Hodgson trical specialise in locks and keys, including automotive repairs, transponder cloning, restricted master key systems for home or business. They also provide electronic security solutions, by security guard licenced installers, for alarms, CCTV, fire or smoke detection, access control, electronic article surveillance (EAS) and an extensive electrical service for new or existing homes and businesses, appliance testing/repair/tagging, solar/PV systems and have IQP for building WOF certification in fire, emergency lighting and electronic access. Craig and Kris pride themselves on their superior service and expert advice. If you are looking to improve your property’s security, they have the ability, knowledge and resources to tackle a wide variety of needs quickly and professionally. They also provide a complete range of key cutting services for your home, office, car or caravan. For urgent jobs outside office hours, they offer a fast and reliable after-hours call out service for residential, commercial or vehicles. Since taking over the business they have introduced new technology, making it quicker and easier to get your new keys cut. Richmond Locks Alarms and Electrical is also an AA driver and vehicle licensing agent and can help you with all your registration and licensing needs. The process of renewing your Rebecca Prendergast & Lisa England drivers licence is easy, all you have to do is bring evidence of your identity such as an existing photo licence or New Zealand passport, pay the licence renewal fee, pass an eyesight screening check and have your photograph taken. Whether you require security services, key cutting or a drivers licence or registration, Richmond Locks Alarms and Electrical really is a cut above the rest. You can rest assured that Craig, Kris, Lisa and Bex will provide you with great service, reliability and expert knowledge that can only come from years of experience.

New PartNer at Pitt & Moore.

“What I’m seeing now amongst my clients is a determination to succeed and the resulting growth in financial success coming from that drive.” Geoff Caradus Partner, Pitt & Moore

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Pitt & Moore Commercial lawyer Geoff Caradus has recently been promoted to partnership at the firm, having been an associate for the past four years. Head of the Commercial team, Rob Lane, says Geoff ’s promotion not only shows the firm respects the skills and dedication Geoff offers to his clients, but it’s also a reflection of the firm’s desire to support the region’s businesses. “The commercial environment is increasingly complex for businesses and we have been able to support a range of clients and help guide them through the raft of legal requirements. By making Geoff a partner in the firm, we are acknowledging his legal proficiency as well as the firm’s desire to serve our business community with top level practitioners,” says Rob. Geoff Caradus was born in Nelson and returned here with his family four years ago after working for leading law firms in London and before that in Wellington. His clients include some of the largest and most established organisations in the region, right through to owner-operator businesses. He works across a range of sectors with particular specialities in the areas of agribusiness, aquaculture, commercial property investment, maori business and construction. “I have seen in the past four years how businesses in the Top-of–the-South have weathered and grown from the impacts of the global financial crisis. What I’m seeing now amongst my clients is a determination to succeed and the resulting growth in financial success coming from that drive. It’s definitely a positive vibe,” says Geoff. He says that in an industry which relies increasingly on electronic forms of communication, he particularly enjoys the way in which business for most people in Nelson still remains a very personal thing. “In the UK I could work for months around the clock on some mega-deal and never meet who I was working for in person. Here, you get to have face-to-face discussion with business owners so you can really get a feel for what they actually want, work out solutions and see when you are making a difference. That’s the hugely rewarding part of my job.” Pitt & Moore is the largest long-standing law firm in Nelson – having started life in Trafalgar St nearly 150 years ago.The first clients were local businesses and the emphasis on supporting local business has stayed a strong focus since then. The firm has 7 Partners – Graham Allan, Rob Lane, Mike McMellon, Sian Holden, Anissa Bain, Marty Logan and Geoff Caradus.


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Owning an investment property can be challenging, but using a property manager can take away the day-today hassle, while still allowing you to get all the benefits that come with being an investor. That’s why Craig and Kathy Kempton have brought Propertyscouts Property Management to the Nelson/Tasman region.Having been both investors and renters means Craig and Kathy have an in depth understanding of what’s involved in the New Craig Kempton Zealand rental market. “We felt Nelson was ready for a fresh approach to property management. The ethos of our business is to provide localised and personal service that exceeds expectations of both owners and tenants,” says Craig “That’s why we offer our guaranteed rent service – we back ourselves to place quality tenants who we know will take care of the property they’re in.” One of Craig and Kathy’s key points of difference is they’re not real estate agents. “Our focus is to take care of the properties we look after and that means putting our owners and tenants first – that’s the most important thing for us” says Craig. Pinnacle Painters are proud to offer superior domestic and commercial decorating services to the Nelson region. Owner Eric Walker is himself a qualified tradesman with over 30 years experience and heads a team of decorators who strive to exceed their client’s expectations. You can rely on Pinnacle Painters for all interior and exterior painting work to new and existing, for both domestic and commercial buildings. We also offer full gib-stopping services including Level 5 spray finish, as well as spray finished doors. No job is too big or small. Being members of the Master Painters Association is another reason to leave your decorating job in the hands of Pinnacle Painters. Eric can give clients a prompt, free quote on any work required and have the contacts available should there be any building or repair work needed prior to painting. For more information on their services or to get a free, no obligation quote, give Eric a call on 027 235 9246 or 539 1453.

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Engineering geologist, Andrew Smith is the latest recruit at Davis Ogilvie’s office in Nelson. The Nelson office has been keen to add the geotechnical and environmental engineering disciplines to its established structural engineering, civil engineering, surveying and planning services, and Andrew’s appointment fills the gap. Originally from the United Kingdom, Andrew is an experienced engineering geologist who has worked on a number of geotechnical and contaminated land projects in Nelson over the last five years, as well as many around the country and the world. “The opportunity to join Davis Ogilvie came at exactly the right time for me and I took the chance to join a developing team which is providing a robust one-stop-shop service to local residential and commercial developments. “Being part of a new structural, geotechnical and environmental team at DO and to become actively involved in the local market is a great challenge. The range of work is interesting and it’s a great learning environment.” Andrew’s inclusion in the team comes as Davis Ogilvie consolidates its Nelson base with the recent addition of both a contract Geotechnical Engineer and Structural Draughtsperson. Tony Lindbom, DO’s Nelson Director, says they are also fortunate to have the Nelson office’s previous Managing Director, Dave Ward, working as a consultant for the company. Davis Ogilvie’s surveying capabilities have also been enhanced with the recent purchase of a new top of the line GPS system. The firm’s one-stop-shop options for building and development are beginning to attract an increasing number of clients. A major project that Davis Ogilvie is currently working on is the Richmond West residential and light industrial development, where planning is progressing well. Other residential developments that Davis Ogilvie has been working on include multi-lot subdivisions in Atawhai, Nelson, Stoke, Richmond, Kaiteriteri and Kaikoura. “We also have a large industrial development in Stoke that is to be expanded in the near future,” says Tony Lindbom.

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Rock n Roll dancers off to compete in Chch Four rock 'n' roll dancers are heading south to showcase their swinging dance moves at the South Island Interclub Rock 'n' Roll challenge this weekend. Cindy Verry and Clara Jones will compete in the open section of the same-sex category, while Deb Corbett and Andrew Aldridge have entered the novice section. All four dancers are a part of the Sun City Rockers club, which is based at Club Waimea. Clara says it’s the first time all four of them have entered the competition, and the first time in several years that Nelson dancers have competed at the challenge. “Cindy and I both entered the club champs here in Nelson a couple of years ago and really enjoyed it so we thought about entering this. But none of the guys wanted to do it so we thought we’d dance together,” she says. The same-sex category does bring about some challenges. Clara says she had to learn a new role and they don’t do as many lifts and dips because she doesn’t have the strength to throw Cindy around. “For me, I was so used to doing the female role and then I had to learn to do the lead role – opposite to what I was used to. That was quite hard.” The duo hope to earn enough assessment points to qualify for nationals in Wellington later

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Full length studio portrait of Private Alton Leigh Grooby (serial no. 42800) in military uniform. Grooby was born on 21 April 1890 in Ngatimoti, New Zealand. On the Auckland War Memorial Museum Cenotaph database his next of kin is listed as Thomas Grooby (father), Ngatimoti, Nelson, New Zealand. Before enlisting for service during World War One, Grooby worked for himself as a farmer. Grooby joined the New Zealand Expeditionary Force during World War One and embarked with the 23rd Reinforcements Canterbury Infantry Regiment, C Company on 2 April 1917 from Wellington, New Zealand, for Plymouth, England. He served for one year and two-hundred-andtwenty-three days in New Zealand and Western Europe. He was dis- Private alton leigh grooby (1890charged on 13 August 1918 as no 1939). nelson Provincial Museum, longer physically fit for war service Tyree Studio collection: 97637 due to wounds received in active service. His intended address on his lington. Grooby died on 2 February return to New Zealand was in Wel- 1938 in Motueka, New Zealand. Locally Owned and Operated

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Nelson win back Noel Barton Trophy Andrew Board Noel's home. Galbraith Nelson put in its performance of the season to beat championship leaders Waimea Old Boys and win back the Noel Barton Trophy at Trafalgar Park on Saturday. It's been a tough year for Nelson, with plenty of losses sparingly broken up with the odd win. Its dismal record means that they have not qualified for the Car Company Nelson Bays division one semi-finals this weekend. But at home on Saturday, Nelson got its hands on one piece of valuable silverware in the final minutes. Boosted by Super rugby stars, Nelson beat the championship favourites, 28-26 with a dropped goal minutes from full time from David Havilli. Nelson coach Kade Heke says it was a huge team effort. “It felt like everyone on that field gave it everything they had. We didn’t pick a man of the match, everyone played well.” Kade says the Noel Barton is a special trophy for the club. “Noel was a big driver for us once we knew our season was over. Noel epitomises what it is to be a Nelson

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club man.” The current management also has plenty of connections to the name on the trophy. He is Kade’s great uncle and a godfather to assistant coach Andrew Goodman and manager Stuart Damon. “We celebrated it pretty hard on Saturday night. It was a special win.” Kade says while the win ended Nelson’s season on a high, the overall campaign has been disappointing. “We were so close in so many games, and it’s disappointing that we didn’t put us in a position to push for a place in the semi, but hopefully we’ll have most of our young guys returning next year.” In the other games, Stoke were humiliated 100-3 by Kahurangi with the referee even having to call the game eight minutes from full-time to end the romp. Wanderers had a strong 26-7 win over Marist in Brightwater, and the two sides will meet again in this weekend’s semi final at the same venue. Waimea Old Boys will host Kahurangi in Richmond in the other semi final. Both games will kick off at 3pm this Saturday.

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Galbraith Nelson forward Quentin Strange throws his hands in the air as his teammates celebrate their Noel Barton Trophy win over Star & Garter Waimea Old Boys at Trafalgar Park on Saturday. Photo: Barry Whitnall.

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Nelson Dawnbreakers Fishing Club Well, the weathers been a bit random, but its amazing how many folk can find time off nowdays if there is a good weather pattern during the week to head up to our winter fishery up around Durville Island area. Sometimes there is more boats up the top mid-week than on a fine weekend. With this added pressure on the fishery, it is important to consider catching and releasing these wonderful fish for our future stock. Lots of smaller Kingfish have been caught recently, and the odd bigger models too. Snapper are also on the bite, and some good winter condition, means there are some 6lb fish, along with some huge schools. Groper have been accessible in the right conditions and tides for those

Jacob Chandler The revving of engines echoed out of 88 Valley as around 150 motocross riders took to the Nelson Championships at MotoX Park over the weekend. Traditionally, the Nelson champs were held yearly but the event was held off last year due to low organisation numbers. This year, a bout of new memberships drew racers from all over New Zealand. Motocross New Zealand steward Heath Botica says the Nelson event had a large amount of money up for grabs as cash prizes which helped to set the it apart from the rest of the country. "A lot of the guys have done quite well out of it a lot more that what they would have got had they competed in other parts of the country." Heath says the championships catered to junior and senior classes as well as a ladies race. Racers as young as ten could enter the competition. Reece Walker took out most of his races after stepping up to a senior level from a junior level racer. “He rode really, really well,” Heath says. Reece failed to take out the Dash for Cash race loosing to Hayden Wilkinson who was on a bigger bike. The Dash for Cash puts racers head to head in pairs in a one-lap knockout with a $500 top prize. Heath says there were only a few minor incidents and he hopes the event has created a greater interest in the sport. “We had good spectator numbers, it’s a new lot of organisers that have taken it on and it was run really well. Once the word gets out about how much prize money was up for grabs, they might get a bit better supported."

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Jacks Lime goal shoot Stephy Omundsen scrambles for the ball in her sides loss to Stoke PowerSigns at Saxton Stadium on Saturday. Photo: Jessie Johnston. ished Stoke’s feeders. She had an effective partnership with Sarah Parks, who had good body positioning to deny Stoke a second opportunity. Goal attack Imogen Bezett was more a third feeder option, which left Stephy Omundsen as the dominant shooter. At times Stephy was asked to take some difficult ball, particularly on the baseline. Stoke’s best passage of play

was their first quarter where they scored nine goals, and only 12 more in the remainder of the game. Claire Bennett-Hughes was Stoke’s most accurate shooter, however her feeders struggled to get the ball to her. Anna Avery had a tidy game on the wing, and pulled in a superb intercept on defence. Wing defence, Phil Matenga debuted in a Stoke dress and was tight on her opposition

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The first round of the Championship Round was played on Saturday at Saxton Stadium, and Stoke PowerSigns got off to a shaky start before beating Jacks Lime 21-19. With a reversed seeding draw, margins could be expected to be significant, however relegated Stoke PowerSigns and promoted Jacks Lime had only two goals separating them at full-time in the grade one encounter. The game was by no means a good spectacle from either team, as there were unforced errors from start to finish. In the second half there were a total of 39 turnovers, and believe it or not, there were only eight conversions between the two teams. More often than not, the ball would not reach the shooting circle before it was once again turned over. Jacks goal defence, Jodi Hikuroa-Jeffery, was always a threat, coming from nowhere to gain tip ball, which her team mates would gather in for possession. Jodi is smart – her defence and her transition onto attack pun-

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Community Events Stoke SeniorS: Weds 8 July, Listen to some great music from the Sun City Ukes; Thurs 9 July, Enjoy the piano music and sing-a-long tunes of new performer Sharon Rogers; Tues 14 July, It’s Bastille Day lunch @ 12pm. Cost: $14 (inc. celebratory drink). Please book. June Guthardt & Anne Spear will entertain with some great French songs @ 1.30pm; Most weekly concerts/ events start at 1.30pm with a donation of $3 (unless otherwise stated). Includes afternoon tea, Stoke Seniors Hall, 548 Main Rd, Ph: 5472660. Are you new in town or just keen to meet some people? Join the Nelson Newcomers Network for drinks and nibbles at Rhythm and Brown, 19 New St. 8 July, 7pm onwards. howfair@bigpond.com, 0212090486. ProbuS Club of Nelson City welcomes men & women as new members. Next meeting Thurs 9 July, 9.45am, Nelson Golf Club, 38 Bolt Rd. Ph Deirdre 547 4146. bArndAnCe with “the Celts” ceilidh band & local caller Ian Paterson. Sat 11 July, 7.3010.30pm, Victory Commmunity Centre. An alcohol free family-friendly community event. All dances called, no experience necessary. Tickets at the door - $10 adults, $5 school aged children or family $20.Please bring a plate for supper. Enquiries ph Steve McGlone 021 2338531. nelSon trAMPinG Club invites you: 12 July, Tahuna circuit, easy, David 548 6826; 17-19 July, Lewis Pass snow, medium $45, Simon 021 257 4609. www.nelsontrampingclub.org.nz nelSon PHilAteliC SoCiety: The club for stamp collectors & philatelists. Next meeting has changed - 1.30pm, Sun 12 July, Stoke School (winter trial). Enquiries 547 1140. CroQuet oPen dAyS: Give it a go. Nelson Hinemoa Croquet Club Halifax St opposite ANZAC Park. Sun 12 & Tues 14 July. Arrive 12:303pm. No charge. Flat shoes please. Equipment provided. Info Alan 5467396. nelSon HiStoriCAl SoCiety meets Mon 13 July, 7.30pm, Masonic Hall, Nile St. Speakers: Karen Stade & Karen Price - 'Pasta, Prayers & Promise' All welcome $2 door charge FriendS oF nelSon librAry tAlk. Sally Mason & Don Kelly, photographers, give an illustrated tour of Newfoundland, Canada. 19 July, 2pm, $2 Activity Room, Nelson Library. Enquiries Jill 922 0002. FundrAiSinG CAbAret for Nelson Tasman Hospice, 25 July, 8pm till late, at the Playhouse Theatre. A fantastic variety cabaret, musicians, dancers, comedy, circus and burlesque. Tickets on the door, $25 waged/$20 unwaged (03 540 2985 for dinner bookings) Contact Rachel at Pottering About for details 03 545 8041. FrenCH For AdultS at NMIT- Term 3 Wed nights. 29 July - 23 Sept, 6pm Intermediate 2, 7pm Beginners 2. $80 per term (9 wks). Ph 545 1128 or annewheelerfrench@gmail.com. new bAby? Parents Centre Baby & You Course for parents of babies 0-4 months. Info from expert speakers, make new friends. 6 week course Thursdays 10.30am-12.30pm Next course starts 30 July. Ph 5440407. woMen'S reFuGe: July is our National Annual Appeal month & we are looking to make a real impact within the Nelson community this

year but need some wonderful volunteers to make this happen.We rely on volunteer support for what is an integral part of the year for us & would love to place a community notice calling for volunteer support for collection in Nelson & Richmond on 15, 17 & 18 July. Ph: 548 3353 or claire@whakaturefuge.org.nz SurvivorS & tHriverS: Tues 11 August Café Affair. If you have or have had cancer, supporting someone with cancer come along & meet like minded people. $5 & is subsidised by Cancer Society. Ph 5393662. AlCoHoliCS AnonyMouS If you want to drink that’s your business. If you want to stop, we can help. 0800 AAWORKS (0800 229 6757) ConCerned About your weiGHt? Eating too much? Do you eat when you are not hungry? Are you powerless over food? There is a solution. Overeaters Anonymous 022 673 0237 or overeatersanonymous.nelson@gmail.com 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 545 0964 / casbag@xtra.co.nz. need to rAiSe FundS? Nelson Soroptomist Int is looking for non profit organisations who would like to hold a stall at their 3rd October Trash 'N Treasure sale to raise funds for their organisation. For info Jill Richards 548 8710. tHe Art oF SelF HeAlinG Workshop starting term 3, learn how to uplift your health & life to new levels with Yuan gong. A modern day form of qigong to deepen your understanding of body, mind & Qi(life force) for more information ph/txt Natalie Meijer 0220434002. beCoMe A SAMAritAn: If you are caring, compassionate & a good listener, with a few hours to spare each week, we would like to hear from you. Excellent training & support will be provided commencing in Sept. For info ph 548 2400 or Email: clinical@lifelinc.co.nz wine bArrel FundrAiSer: Healthkids Pre-School are selling half wine barrels for $80, can be delivered locally. All proceeds go towards resources for the children at Healthkids. Tel: 546 9963 or email healthkids@xtra.co.nz "FAvourite birdS" Spectacular new photos of native & endemic birds AVAILABLE NOW! at Hardys Health Shop - Richmond Mall, MacMillans Cafe - Bateup Road, Richmond, Grey Power Office - Stoke, Delicious Gift Shop - Mapua Retail $10 each. To be an Outlet - Ph 0275489948. Fund Raiser for Native Bird Recovery - Richmond Group reGulAr eventS AlliAnCe FrAnCAiSe Join us Fri, 4-5:45pm, La Gourmandise, 276 Hardy St, for informal French conversation. All welcome whatever your level of French. See www.af-nelson-tasman.org.nz. toAStMASterS Improve your social confidence. Learn the art & skills of public speaking. There are 4 Toastmasters Clubs in Nelson & Motueka. For info contact June, 022-018-0853 or neatjun@yahoo.co.nz. nelSon CoMMunity PotterS

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136 Rutherford St. Learn the art of pottery. Handbuilding,wheel work beginners to expert. Social group Thurs 10-12. Term 3 Classes available. Ph Elizabeth 548-1488. tenniS doubleS: Sat, from 1pm, all levels catered for, Tahuna Tennis Club, Tahuna Dr. Mike 547 6562. SoCiAl tAble tenniS: Saxton Stadium, Mon & Fri mornings, Wed evenings. Morning tea/supper provided. All welcome. Ph 547 3005 / 547 9479. Visit tabletennisnelson.org.nz SCottiSH Country dAnCinG: Thurs 7.30pm, YMCA in Toi Toi St, Nelson. New dancers welcome, no partner needed. Kelly 547-5721. Pool-PilAteS. New water based exercise class. Gentle on joints whilst improving posture, balance, core strength & breathing. Tues, 1-2pm Ngawhatu pool, Stoke, $8. Angie 547 0198. viCtory CoMMunity Centre: Ph: 546 8389 Zumba: Exciting Latin Rhythms, easy to follow moves to create a fun fitness class for all levels. Weds, 7-8pm, until 1 Jul, $5 per class, 16+ yrs. Laughter Yoga: The body’s natural antidote to stress, simple powerful exercise, with yogic breathing. Bring yoga mat or towel. Weds 5.306.30pm. Until 1 July $2. Victory Playgroup: Every Tues, 9-11.30am. Until 30 June. Parents & young children (birth to 5yrs) meet to play & socialise. Lots of toys and activities, morning tea etc. Gold coin donation. Hearing Clinic: Available for free checks and assessments for 16+yrs. Phone 546 8385 for appt. Cervical Screening Clinic: Held 1st Tues each month. No or Low cost, criteria applies. Ph 546 8385 for appt. FREE Nursing Clinic: Every Tues 5.30–7.30pm. Checks, assessments, info, blood pressure, minor illness, and other services at Victory Com Centre & 1st Tues of month, Franklyn Village Ph 5468385 Me CFS FM Support Nelson Bays. Find support with others who understand. Come & join our small informal group, third Mon each month, Suter Cafe, Halifax St, 2.30pm. E: strengthtogethernelson@gmail.com "JuSt uS drAMA" invites new members, actors & helpers, Mons 1-2.30pm. We do acted play readings for senior groups but welcome any age group. Ph Marion 547 0509. iSel lAdieS ProbuS Club welcomes new members to friendly, interesting meetings 4th Weds each month, 10am, Elim Church, Main Rd. Ilene 547 8279 or Bev 547 6522. SPACe welcomes babies aged 0-12 months to join our programmes in the Nelson region. SPACE is for first time parents & their babies weekly sessions include opportunities to meet other parents, discussions on child development & parenting, music & activities. Contact Marie Lenihan 03 545 2017 or lenihans@xtra.co.nz SCrAbble: come join social Scrabble every Sat, 1.15pm, Surburban Club. Ph 548 9006. nelSon MAle voiCe CHoir welcomes new members to its practices on Mon, 6.45pm, the Reformed Church, Enner Glynn. All men who like to sing are welcome. Learn, meet new friends & have fun. Call Ernie Tarling, 548 7291.

Pre-SCHoolerS And PArentS welcome to CHILL - music & movement followed by time out for parents (child care provided). Tea & chat time for parents with regular guest speakers. Newcomers welcome. Mons 9.45am, St Stephens Church 65 Tahunanui Dr. (opp McD's). indoor bowlS: Wakapuaka Club 7pm, Tues, Clifton Tce School Hall. Friendly active club for all ages. Equipment supplied, fun & easy to learn, & guidance happily given. Social & competitive. No charge to give it a try. New members welcome. Brian/Kay 5450542. nelSon diAbeteS Club meets the last Friday each month, 1.30pm, Nick Smith's Rooms, 544 Waimea Rd, Annesbrook. Speaker. Afternoon tea. Gold coin. Ph Joan 548 6263. MAke A diFFerenCe & keep fit at the same time! Our Brook Waimarama Sanctuary track cutting volunteers don’t need to join a gym plus they have the satisfaction of contributing a lasting legacy to NZ conservation. www.brooksanctuary.org/support. AlzHeiMerS nelSon: For people living with Memory loss & Dementia. Advice, Info & support available. Ph 5467702 or 0800 004 001. CreMAtion inFo free. Let's reclaim our funerals. Family knowledge & control achieves choice, lower costs. Paul 545 0154, pbriggs1@ clear.net.nz CriSiS PreGnAnCy SuPPort: An unexpected pregnancy can be a scary time but there are people who can help. Crisis Pregnancy Support offers a free, confidential service to help you discover the support there is available to enable you to continue with your pregnancy. Call St Luke’s Health Centre 0800 004 277 / visit www.crisispregnancysupport.co.nz. nelSon newCoMerS: Now walking 2 days a week, Mons & Tues 10am. Lynne 539 1006 or Karin 547 4461 line dAnCinG Suburban Club, all ages/ gender, all levels of dancing, Tues 10am & beginners Thurs 10:30am. Free social cup of tea, fun & friendship. Bring your friends. Diane 54 79280. kidS-n-koFFee PlAyGrouP: Tues 9.4511.45am, All Saints crèche, 30 Vanguard St., Indoor, outdoor play area, crafts, friendship, music session. All welcome, no charge. Lois 548 7438 nelSon CArdS 500 meets Mons, Nelson Hard of Hearing rooms, Trafalgar Sq, 1pm. Just turn up or ring Gwyneth 546 7890. nelSon City lunCHeon Clubmeets at the Masonic Hall, Nile St, 2nd Mon each month for a cooked meal & invited speaker. Contact Annie 539 0620 or visit nelsoncityluncheonclub.blogspot.co.nz. SuPer JuiCe SuPPort CirCle: Are you sick & tired of feeling sick & tired? Overweight? Pills not helping? Emotional addiction to food? Nelson support circle based on the youtube documentary "Super Juice Me". No cost, no pressure, no judgement - email peachment@att.net. nordiC wAlkinG Weds 9:45am Sponsored by the MS & Parkinson’s Society $5 - Pole rental included- all welcome. Meet at the Beach Cafe car park in Tahunanui. Cher 021 872 460. nelSon PetAnQue Club: Play Wed & Sun 1.15pm Trafalgar Park courts. Ph: 548 9006.

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