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With children surrounded by sugary treats, it’s getting harder to maintain healthy teeth, but some pre-schoolers were given some advice on how to keep their smiles for the long haul. Stoke Montessori had a helping hand last Wednesday with oral health educator Esme Palliser, from Nelson Marlborough District Health Board, coming to talk to both children and parents about the importance of health care for their teeth. While health and nutrition are part Stoke Montessori’s everyday routine, oral health is their current focus, including healthy foods for children’s teeth, how they should be brushing their teeth and emphasising the need for regular trips to the dental nurse. Colgate and the New Zealand Dental Association also provided toothbrushes and toothpaste for each child, which were handed out last Wednesday, and funding for resources to help the Montessori continue to educate their children on oral health care.

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Things are looking up for Nelson’s recreational and commercial scallopers with surveys showing stocks returning to Tasman Bay for the first time in a decade. Tasman Bay has not been fished commercially since scallop populations collapsed in 2005, with recreational catches also declining dramatically during that period. However, surveys carried out by the Challenger Scallop Enhancement Company, which manages the enhancement and harvesting for commercial sector around the top of the South Island, indicate that scallops are making a comeback. Company chief executive John Reid says surveys carried out in May to assess stocks showed a promising new scallop bed in Tasman Bay extending from Peppin Island along the eastern shoreline to Cape Souci. Challenger hopes to take 15 tonnes from the area when commercial fishing starts in September - it will be the first commercial scallop catch in Tasman Bay for a decade. John says the area has a

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Crash at Whakatu Estate intersection: Police attended a crash at the Wakatu Estate intersection on Friday afternoon after a vehicle collided with an 18 yearold motorcyclist driving along Main Rd Stoke. A man at the scene, who did not wish to be named, says a person was taken away by an ambulance. Traffic slowed to a trickle as police diverted it around the scene.

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Hunter falls down waterfall while chasing pig: A 70 year old Nelson pig hunter was airlifted to Nelson Hospital after falling down a 10 metre waterfall on Friday. The hunter was reportedly in “hot pursuit of his prey” at around 1pm when he fell down the waterfall, knocking himself unconscious and breaking his leg. Although the fall was steep it was not a vertical drop. He was hunting in the Buller Gorge.

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Parents Centre struggling for members Kate Russell One of Nelson’s most valued parenting institutes has put the call out for new members and volunteers, saying that they are running on “bare minimum”. The Nelson District Parents Centre has been helping local parents for more than 50 years and relies 100 per cent on volunteers to deliver its courses. But the centre is now struggling, having gone from 22 members to just five within the space of a year, and are currently without a president. The centre has been a rock for many new parents over the years, running popular childbirth education and parenting courses, and helping new mums to form coffee groups. Current treasurer, Michelle Hunt, who has been a member for two years, says that new members and volunteers are needed in order for them to run more courses and hold more events. “It takes quite a lot of man power

that more people will put their hand up to help. “It’s a great way to give back to the community, and it’s not just for mums – we’d love it if some nanas came down to help out during the courses. Just getting the biscuits and tea ready, or holding onto a baby to give some of the mums a break,” she says. “They don’t need to commit to coming every week, every little bit helps.” Michelle says that if they are able to get more members, they are hoping to run some extra courses, such as postnatal pilates, taming your toddler, more first aid and toilet training courses, and a new course with a sleep consultant aimed at helping with sleeping issues. “We would also like to run some more guest speaker evenings, like we have done recently with Nathan Mikaere-Wallis,” she says. To find out more about volunteering, contact Michelle on 0211170437, or email treasurer.ndpc@xtra.co.nz.

Nelson Parents Centre committee member Bec McEwan and her son Zac, with treasurer Michelle Hunt. Photo: Kate Russell. to keep everything going, and we can’t do it running on five people,” says Michelle. “We are really stretching our resources. I don’t know what will happen.” She says part of the reason they are struggling for new members is that mums are going back to work earlier. Also, at one stage last year they had no childbirth educators, and had to source them from Blenheim. “Because we weren’t running any antenatal classes there was

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no follow through to the other courses,” says Michelle. “But we now have three educators on board and are going strong this year. We are also offering the courses in Motueka too.” Committee member Bec McEwan says that although there are only five of them, they are still continuing to provide the same high quality services. “We’re just working a lot harder to do it,” she says. While Michelle says it’s common to go through ‘lulls’ she hopes

Suter Gallery upgrade nears halfway mark The $12 million redevelopment of the Suter Art Gallery is nearing the halfway mark and is due to be finished before Christmas 2016. Suter director Julie Catchpole says the build has been going well. “It would be a dream if we could open to coincide with arts festival next year, we’ll have to see about that.” She says one of the tricky tasks, when relocating back to the old redeveloped premises from their temporary Halifax St gallery, will be transporting the artworks back. “We have to set up new storage systems in the new building and that’s something we’re really looking forward to; having everything fitted out and equipped to safely look after our many wonderful artworks.” For video on this story, visit

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FAIRY SCHOOL: Faerie Lou with students at her Fairy Academy at the Victory Community Centre last week. Students learn about good deeds and compliments as they take part in a number of crafts and activities on the course. “It’s been in the pipelines for a while really,” says Faerie Lou. “I’ve been doing my fairy thing for a while and just thought more little girls [and boys] would probably do really well if there was an academy.” Photo: Jacob Chandler.

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Shareholders in Waimea Village received their first dividend just 18 months after they purchased the 172-home village following a bitter, two-year dispute with former owners Michael and Carolyn Wright. One hundred and forty-one of the village’s residents brought a share in Waimea Village 2013 in a deal brokered by former Tasman district councillor Kit Maling. The deal was negotiated after a stand-off between the Wrights and residents who objected to plans to increase their monthly lease from $182 to $284. Waimea Village’s new owners immediately set the monthly fee at $135 for the shareholders, who got more good news last Wednesday when they received a dividend of $180 at the annual general meeting. Shareholders were also told that the company has already paid off well over half of their $282,000 mortgage on the property. Waimea Village board chairman Trevor Tuffnell says they have made significant progress since purchasing the village in 2013. They had reduced their mortgage, started a maintenance programme, reduced fees, paid a dividend and started to build up an infrastructure fund. “One lady was telling me that, in the past, she would go to a meeting in the village and go away in tears, and now she is going away with a smile. It’s been a very satisfying 18 months for us.” The village has about 250 residents who own or rent their houses and pay rates to the Tasman District Council. Owners who purchased a $8200 share in Waimea Village in 2013, pay a monthly fee of $135, while leaseholders pay $182.

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Conservationist honoured with top award

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A Nelson woman with a passion for conservation has been recognised for more than 30 years of services to Forest and Bird. Julie McLintock has recently been awarded with the ‘Old Blue Award’ at a Forest and Bird meeting in Wellington, in honour of her dedication and hard work to help protect native wildlife and restore their habitat. The award is presented annually to a handful of members who have done outstanding work in conservation. The Cable Bay resident, who is also a founding member of the Nelson Botanical Society, joined Forest and Bird in the 1980s and has been involved in everything from organising planting days, monthly public meetings, weeding, and picking up rubbish on the beach. “I just do the organising,” she says, “everybody else involved deserves this award just as much as me.” One of the major projects Julie has been involved with is the Paremata Flats restoration. The project, which started in 2007, involves the major trapping of stoats and rats in the estuary. Now the area, which was once derelict of native bird life, flourishes with the rare South Island Fernbird and Banded Rail.

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“The bird population has exploded and I’m so proud of the fact we have all these birds,” she says. “There used to be nothing.” Another project she has played a key role in is the Pelorus Bat recovery project, which began in 2011. They have been trapping mice, rats, weasels, stoats, ferrets and possums, in order to save the struggling long-tailed bat population. “If we don’t do something they are going to disappear like in other parts in New Zealand. That’s why Forest and Bird gets out there.” Julie’s passion for all things native started later if life, after growing up in native-barren mid-Canterbury. “When I did get involved my whole outlook changed and I could see all that work that needed doing. Now I want to show people things that I missed when I was younger,” she says. Julie says the award is something that will stay with her forever, as a reminder of her passion for all things native. “I’m just so proud to have it,” she says.

Cable Bay’s Julie McLintock with the ‘Old Blue Award’ that she was presented with at a Forest and Bird meeting in Wellington recently. Julie joined Forest and Bird in the 1980s and recently played a big role in the Paremata Flats restoration project. Photo: Kate Russell. Nelson Civic Choir presents

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Kate Russell When Sue Pratt embarked on a search to find out about her father’s past, she didn’t expect to find out so much information from just one piece of paper. It all began in 2003 when Sue took her father’s birth certificate to the Family History Centre in Stoke, as she wanted to find out where her fostered father, Norman Ernest Bailey, had come from. “I had always wondered, what’s the story behind this and why did his mother leave him,” says Sue. “The birth certificate was all the information I had about his mother.” After visiting Catriena Wilkinson, a family history consultant at the centre, Sue found out more than she had ever imagined she would. The birth certificate uncovered that Norman had three full-blooded siblings – two brothers and one sister, and also two half-brothers and a half-sister. But the story itself is not quite so happy. It turns out his young mother had gone to live in the Waikato and had an ‘illegitimate’ relationship with a farmer, who was already married with five boys. She fell pregnant with Norman, and gave

It really is a lot easier than you think. Once you start, you never stop. - Sue Pratt.

birth to him at a home for single mothers in Wellington in 1913, at the age of 18. She left him there, where he was an orphan for six years until he was fostered. His mother fell pregnant again to the same man, but this time had to have the baby in Auckland as you couldn’t have two babies at the same place. She went on to have two more children to the farmer. “She wouldn’t have had anyway of supporting them back then, so she had to foster them,” says Sue. “It’s not a very happy story – I sort of felt a bit flat when I finally finished working out where my father came from.” Sue has gone on to contact many of her relatives, who are mostly in Auckland. “Some of them had mixed feelings, as they didn’t know my father existed, but they have sent me various photos.” After 12 years of research and many folders of photos, Sue can safely say this is her ‘hobby’ now. “It really is a lot easier than you

Sue Pratt with her father's birth certificate, which was all she had when she started researching her family history. Photo: Kate Russell. think. Once you start, you never stop,” she says. Sue says none of this would be possible without the help of the Family History Centre, who are working to promote Family History Month throughout August. Catriena from the centre, says that anyone who wants to find

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a name on a piece of paper.” Elma Turner and Stoke Libraries will be hosting a range of sessions during Family History Month for those who are interested in starting their family research. The Nelson Provincial Museum will also be holding tours of Isel Park’s research facility.

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FORD CLUB: Pat and Laurie Rainbow from the Nelson Classic Ford Club, were amongst those at Rabbit Island last Sunday to celebrate Henry Ford’s birthday. They stand with the birthday cake made by Pat, and their 1970 Mark ll Cortina GTE. There were 73 cars lined up at Rabbit Island last Sunday for the Nelson Classic Ford Clubs’ Henry Ford Day. Photo: Jessie Johnston.

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Jessie Johnston Lead-lighting is an art form that Pauline English is passionate about. While many don’t class it as art, the beautiful and creative scenes that Pauline can make with different colours and textures of glass is something to admire. Most recently, Pauline was involved in cleaning, repairing and strengthening the stunning stained glass window that can now be seen in the new Stoke Methodist Church. With painters and tradesmen waiting to do their bit in the conversion of the building, Pauline was forced to complete the window in just three weeks, half the time she would have normally taken. “It was hard work, [the panels] were very dirty, there was a lot of old putty and lead that had to come off the outside of it and [it took] a lot of careful handling,” says Pauline. “A lot of leadlighters don’t like doing repairs, but to me it’s all part of it. The challenge is quite rewarding in itself and seeing something restored is really cool.” Pauline began her craft over 20 years ago through a course offered in Westport. She then landed her dream job working for Glass Craft. When the shop closed, Pauline tried to work in other jobs but nothing compared to leadlighting. “I was really disappointed when [the shop shut] but I’m also really determined and I think if you love what you do, you’ll always find a way of doing it.” Pauline now runs Top Shelf Lead-Lighting from Richmond Glass in Nelson and says she loves working with customers to make a truly special feature for their home. The Stoke Methodist Church was Pauline’s fourth church for the repair of stained glass windows. She has also worked on a number of old, historical homes around Nelson and completed work for clients as far as Auckland. Her work can be seen at Lustre Gallery and Art 203.

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Richmond Hire is the business to call when you want to hire equipment. Wayne and his team have moved to their new, purpose-built location in Beach Road, Richmond which offers easy access for vehicles and a fast and efficient turnaround for tradesmen and home handymen alike. And their latest exciting news - they have added a second delivery truck to their fleet so they can have diggers and other large equipment delivered straight to your worksite or depot, ready to start work when you are. Their team are knowledgeable, not just on the machinery they hire, but also the local conditions in which the equipment will be used. That means they can help match the right piece to the job you want done, saving you time, money and effort. For more information on how Richmond Hire can help you, give them a call on 543 9044 or visit their website, www.richmondhire.co.nz I have been a customer of Richmond Hire since they first opened. They have all the equipment I need for my job. I’m always on the go, and the staff there are easy to deal with and knowledgeable. The fact that they are locally owned really shows with the way they look after their customers. Their competitive rates also help us maintain a competitive edge. Darren, Berkett Contracting Week

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SPORT SportS RUGBY: Nelson College still needs a win against Christchurch Boys' High in their last round robin game in the University of Canterbury Crusaders region secondary schools rugby competition in Christchurch this Saturday, to have a chance of making the semi-finals. Nelson defeated Rangiora 38-0 on Saturday to secure a bonus point win to move to 42 points. However, third and fourth-placed St Bedes and Shirley need to lose their games on Saturday for Nelson to make the semis. MULTISPORT: Nelson multisport athlete Trevor Voyce will have his first serious hit-out of the season when he lines up in Sunday's Gibbs Hill Challenge in Golden Bay, while Naomi Whitehead and Suzie Wood head a strong women's field. The race starts with a 23km road ride from Takaka to Wainui, before competitors run 21km around the northern end of Abel Tasman National Park and then cycle back to Takaka. The race starts at 9.15am on Sunday.

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Nayland College goal keep Rosie Wild and Nelson College for Girls goal shoot Lauren Chaney battle for the ball at Saxton Stadium. Photo: Jessie Johnston.

Competition is keen in Nelson Netball’s Grade 1 with not a lot separating the eight teams. The experienced Jacks Navy lead the competition with three games of the championship round played. Stoke PowerSigns, Suburban Blue and Nelson College for Girls 10A are tied for second. Nayland College A is at the bottom, however its standing was not reflected in its close loss to Nelson Girls 10A on Saturday at Saxton Stadium. Nayland began well and went out to a handy 3 -1 lead, however some good straight line play by Nelson Girls gave them an 8-7 advantage at the first break. Nayland did not have the same flow through court, however Taylah Kirker’s introduction at wing attack for the second quarter provided punch off the line and through the offensive third. There was considerable turnover by both teams, only to be once again turned over before the ball was in the shooters’ hand. The score was shared 6 apiece in the second quarter. Nayland made several positional changes at the major break with the most effective being the “two Tayler/Taylah’s” teaming up in the shooting circle. Goal shoot Tayler Boeyen was on the receiving end of a number a deft long feeds

from Taylah Kirker. Both girls were prepared to put the shot up and they finished with commendable stats of 90 per cent. Nayland didn’t have it all they own way as Nelson’s defensive duo of Jaime Archer and Jessica Williams worked hard to apply pressure on the shot. Nelson took the third stanza 10-7 on the back of some great shooting by Tia Van Diepen, who returned to the court at goal shoot after sitting out the second quarter. Nayland left their best until last and, although they tied 10-all, they were on the wrong side of the ledger at full time, coming up short 30-34. Nayland would have been disappointed at missing out on a bonus point (finishing within three goals or less) as their play certainly deserved one. Nayland’s Mae Merritt worked hard through court to restrict ball flow, while goal keep Rosie Wild could be well pleased with her efforts. She gathered in four well-timed intercepts, positioned well for the rebound and recorded a number of deflections. Nelson’s Courtney Lankshear contributed well in the second half at wing attack, it was great to see her hassling on defence and she pulled in two impressive intercepts. Centre Olivia Avery was steady through court, while Leea Conning worked hard to keep her opposite off the circle edge.

NelsoN College for girls (Composite) sailiNg team

Nelson College for Girls (Composite) Sailing Team has the privilege of representing NZ sailing in the 2015 Interdominion Secondary School Hamish.Fletcher Team Racing Championship Lawyers being held in Canberra on Lake Burley Griffin from 25th -28th Specialist Commercial September 2015. The team qualified after and racing at the NZ Lawyers Litigation Team Sailing Nationals this year. Our team of 6 young women race in 420 yachts with Hamish a Fletcher LLB skipper and crew in each boat. Commerical/Maritme Mobile 027 220 5122 Three boats from one team race hamish@hflaw.co.nz against three boats from the opposition in a fast paced, Partner tactical and demanding style of sailing. The team are training weekly, on the Nelson Harbour

and in Picton, racing against Marlborough Boys and receiving coaching from top NZ coaches. The NCG Sailing Team are benefiting enormously from this challenge - their sailing and racing skills are growing, they are sharpening up their tactics and growing in confidence, ready to take on Australia next month. Our girls have a number of fund-raising initiatives including a Ceilidh/Barn dance on the 8th August @ the Victory Community Centre, a Luxury Boat Tour based in the Nelson Marina 22nd August and a wine sales fundraiser. We are enormously grateful to all our sponsors and

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Kendo training camp coming to Nelson

Last month, to celebrate a year in business, Gun Shop Motueka ran a competition for a safari hunt with Doughboy near Murchison. The winner of the competition, Shane Ryland, left, is pictured above with Gun Shop Motueka owner Neil Simpson.

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Nelson Dawnbreakers Fishing Club Reports are coming in of good catches of groper, kingfish, snapper, blue cod and other species too. With more modern and reliable sounders and GPS units, many locals are up-skilling their chances of finding and identifying the fish that they wish to target. It can be very satisfying to be able to use your own sounder to search out and successfully catch fish for your family and friends. Then, to be able to use certain fishing techniques and gear to hone your skills even further. This is some of what our Dawnbreakers Fishing Club is about, meeting others and sharing infor-

mation on many styles of fishing to the benefit of all. To sometimes go on others' boats and charters, to experience and get to try different types of fishing. The Dawnbreakers Fishing Club has its new season starting soon with an Open Day on Sunday, September 20. I will give more detail on this as it gets closer. This is a day to come and meet others and discuss how the club's competitions and events work to see if you would be interested in joining the club on that day. The actual competition starts not long after on October 1. Happy fishing to you all.

Kendo literally means “way of the sword” and is a modern Japanese martial art. In Nelson, Kendo is now a sport to less than 20 people across both the Shoshin Kendo Club and Nelson Kendo Club. Descended from swordsmanship, the sport uses bamboo swords called Shinai and protective armour, combining martial arts practices and values with heart-pumping physical activity. This year, the two Nelson clubs will be jointly hosting the 2015 New Zealand Kendo Federation Winter Camp, a seminar and training weekend for all members registered with the national federation. The seminar will be lead by Morioka Hiromitsu Sensei, 7th Dan, along with two other high grade Kendoka from Japan. No matter what age or level, Kendoka (practitioners of kendo) from around the country will be gathering in Nelson to take part in the camp, which will be run over the weekend of Saturday 15 and Sunday 16, August, in the Stoke Hall. “For us, it’s our first nationally

Shoshin Kendo Club's Azusa MacKenzie, Rayon MacKenzie and Shota Goto. The two Nelson clubs will be hosting this year's NZKF Winter Camp. Photo: Jessie Johnston. run event, so we want to do a good job of that, but also to do the training [is important to us]. We probably think we’re awesome, but we need people like the 7th and 6th Dans to show us we’re not,” says Shoshin Kendo Clubs’ Rayon Mackenzie. “We go to these things all the time because we think we need to get better at Kendo. It also keeps us in touch with the new techniques, the new rules and especially other types

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Tahunanui Tigers Tahunanui Tigers have been crowned Tasman Rugby League champions after a 30-22 win over Victory Phoenix at Trafalgar Park on Saturday. The see-sawing match was only decided in the final act of the game, when a Tiger scored in the left-hand corner to give his side a six point lead with time up on the clock. Both sides threw everything at the game but the Tigers had the better of the final ten minutes and deserved to come away with the win. Victory scored within the first five minutes of the game, before the Tigers came roaring back into the match to take a 20-6 lead after 30 minutes of play. Victory then started its comeback, scoring either side of the half-time break and again midway

through the second half to regain the lead, 22-20. From there on it was all Tahuna. The Tigers scored a wellworked try in the right hand corner, which gave them the lead, and then kept the throttle on full bore to score the final try. The win is the Tigers' first championship in the competition’s fifth season. Tigers' captain Phil Asi says he was proud of his players.

"Seeing our big boys keep on running, even though they were tired, that made me want to keep working and I thought that got us through." He says the club has a big family base to it and he was thrilled to see so many supporters there on the day, many dressed up. "It helped us and it was good to celebrate with them after the game."

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four-and-a-half years took over the programme as head coach. Then I went to work for the Christchurch City Council developing their aquatic programme we had one of the biggest junior programmes in the country until the earthquake levelled QEII and Centennial Pool." The earthquake also destroyed the Findlay's home in Parklands, precipitating a move to Nelson. "The earthquake was the catalyst, I suppose, but we were looking at a change before that anyway because coaching is not familyfriendly. You are away a lot and the hours are terrible when you have three young children so, when my wife was offered a job here in Nelson, we jumped at the opportunity." Although Glen has put his professional coaching career on hold, exchanging it for the equal-

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with entry level swimmers right through to swimmers who have competed at the Commonwealth Games. It's fun swimming with them and I'm enjoying the coaching again, too. "It's also been good catching up with the coaches up here - Andy Adair has an extremely good programme running and Jos Pattison was an absolute legend when I

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Team Fulton featured in race nine of the Ray White Winter road cycling series held around Wai-iti Valley and Eighty-eight Valley on Saturday. Karen Fulton finished two minutes 25 seconds behind B grade winner Paul Mitchell to be the fastest woman while her daughter Shaane won C grade in 1hr 25min 56sec. Robin Reid won the A grade race in 1hr 16min 32sec, just five seconds clear of Chris Sharland.

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was coaching in Christchurch there are definitely a lot of good things happening in swimming in Nelson." But Glen is also learning a thing or two about swimming, after diving into open water swimming at the Port Nelson Sea Swim series. He says he was "like a little baby out there" during the first few sea swims, with swimmers from the Tasman Masters that he was lapping over 400m in the pool finishing over a minute ahead in open water. "I didn't know how far I'd gone or where I was going - it was an eye-opener. But I talked to the other swimmers about it and implemented the things I learned and slowly got it sorted - it's been very enjoyable." Glen is preparing for another first as he trains for his first marathon, in Auckland in November. "I've hit the mid-forties so I'm running to try and stay in shape - I want to turn my mono-ab into a stereo-ab. I'm not a runner, but I'd love to go under four hours."

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Tasman Masters swimmers have been benefiting from some world-class coaching since coach Glen Findlay joined their ranks last year. Glen moved to Nelson with his family at the start of last year after spending 20 years at AquaGym and QEII in Christchurch, where he coached three-time Olympic and Commonwealth Games medallist swimmer Helen Norfolk and Olympic triathlete Craig Watson. He also coached a number of national squads at world champs and worked extensively with Paralympic star Sophie Pascoe and her coach Roly Crichton. "I'm from Greymouth, so I only started swimming at AquaGym when we moved to Christchurch when I was 14. We had Brett Naylor as coach and had a really strong squad with swimmers like Anna Simcic. "When I finished swimming competitively, I joined AquaGym as assistant coach to Brett and after

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toration, talk & advice by Rhys Barrier, Manager NM Fish & Game. 7.30pm Tahunanui School Hall, Muritai St. muLTIPLE bIrTH PArEnTS SuPPorT grouP, 11:30-12:30, 12 Aug, Ecomoon, Bridge St. Casual group open to parents & expectant parents of twins & triplets. Drop in for a coffee & chat. Shelley King 0275 305 268 / cmbceditor@gmail.com / Facebook: Nelson Marlborough Multiple Birth Club comE & PrAcTISE your gErmAn: Krauts German Restauarant & Bar, Montgomery Sq, Nelson 5.30 - 6.30 second Weds every month. Next meeting Wed 12 Aug. ProbuS cLub of Nelson City welcomes men & women as new members. Next meeting 9.45am, Thurs 13 Aug, Nelson Golf Club, 38 Bolt Rd. Speaker – Dr Gareth Parry. Deirdre 547 4146. bEEn A guIdE or A ScouT? You're welcome to come to our Midwinter lunch at the Suburban Club, 168 Tahunanui Dr, Wed 19 Aug, 12 noon. $20. Names to Mary - 545 2166. STokE SEnIorS fundrAISIng QuIZ nITE. Fri 21 AUG, Stoke Memorial Hall, 6.30pm. Quizmaster Brad O’Leary. Please be seated by 6pm. Teams of 10 people max. $20 per person (incl. Table snacks and food platters). Food & drinks also available on the night. Mini auctions & great prizes to be won! Come & test your brain power & join the fun! Admission is by ticket only which can be purchased from the Office at 548 Main Rd, Stoke. Ph: 547 2660. frEE SEmInAr: MACULAR DEGENERATION Affects 1 in 7 people over 50 years old. Learn from Nelson’s Dr Sacha Moore of the impact, medical research, treatments & resources. Hosts: Nelson North Lions Club, Ocean Lodge, 24 Aug, 7.30pm. Booking essential. Ph 547 5071. 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. 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

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