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Sailing regatta hits Nelson Dozens of yachts tacked, jibed and generally had a great weekend of racing during the first few days of the annual Nelson Weekly Nelson Regatta. The regatta is the highlight on the local sailing calendar and saw dozens of sailors come to the region from around New Zealand. The action started on Friday night with an exhibition race of the newly-included trailer yachts. On Saturday, the smaller boats

From left is Holly McKee, Claire Romanos and Susanne Bennell, competing in the Liquorland Top of the South Trailer Yacht and Speed Boat Regatta invitational race on Friday with their boat, Geralda the Giant Slayer. Photo: Jessie Johnston.

were back in the water for the competition proper, while the early finishers of the annual Wellington to Nelson race entered Nelson Haven. On Sunday, the trailer yachts completed their competition while the keel yachts entered the first day of their competition with sailing outside the cut. The regatta continues until Wednesday this week. For more details see page 29.

Stoke centre needs more parks Stoke’s proposed $6 million community centre is one step closer to completion with a resource consent hearing taking place last week, but a shortfall of on-site parking may put pressure on what is already a tight space. A publicly-notified resource consent for the multi-use facility at Greenmeadows Reserve was lodged in September last year,

and a hearing took place last Wednesday and Thursday at Nelson City Council. Deputy mayor Paul Matheson told the Nelson Weekly that the plan didn’t comply with parking, but he couldn’t comment any further until the process was complete. According to the proposal, the existing 27 space car park is to be extended to accommodate a total of 48 spaces - but this

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kate@nelsonweekly.co.nz may not be enough to accommodate the number of people who will be using the centre, especially during Saturday sports. Some residents are also concerned about

the removal of the two free public tennis courts which, according to one concerned resident, are regulary used by the Stoke community. Harry Pearson, who attended the hearings, says the courts are very popular, and provide “an affordable recreational facility” for

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“I play rugby for the Stoke Rugby Club and I think it will help boost numbers and establish a place for people to meet.”

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Emergency services attending the chemical incident at Richmond School on Monday morning. Photo: Simon Bloomberg.

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A man was taken to Nelson Hospital after being overcome by fumes, and roads were closed in central Richmond on Monday morning, after a chemical incident at Richmond School. Emergency services were called to the school on Cambridge St at around 9am after a maintenance

worker noticed strong chlorine fumes coming from the pool complex. Sections of Oxford and Cambridge streets were closed off by police who redirected traffic. Richmond Volunteer Fire Brigade’s senior station officer and incident controller, Blair Hall, says two

crews from Richmond, two from Stoke and two from Richmond were called to the school. He says a mix of chemicals used for treating the pool, including chlorine, became volatile and overpowered the man. Nelson Weekly understands the man’s condition is not serious.

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BODY FOUND IN MAITAI: The body of a man has been recovered from a river in Nelson on Saturday morning. Police were called to the scene at Maitai River, off Halifax St, just after 6am. They say there were no suspicious circumstances. A small bag and a bicycle were found nearby. Police said although they did not believe there were any suspicious circumstances behind the man’s death, they asked for anyone who may have seen him earlier to come forward. MAPUA BOOMING: Mapua is becoming an increasingly popular hot spot with thousands of people checking out the redeveloped area every day. Tasman District Council counted people going to the wharf on several days in late December and January. The council recorded about 7500 pedestrian movements (people both entering and exiting) in the wharf precinct on December 28, almost 9000 on January 2 and about 6400 on January 17. The Council’s Shed 4 development opened in mid-December, adding a further six retailers to the existing cafes, restaurants, galleries and shops. Councillor Brian Ensor says Tasman’s Great Taste Trail had also added to numbers in the area, and it was great to see the community using the new Waterfront Park for picnics and leisure.

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Restaurants left short-staffed Andrew Board Bars and restaurants in Nelson say they’re struggling to find staff with their busiest month of the year fast approaching. Nelson Weekly spoke with several restaurant and bar owners who say finding enough front-ofhouse staff and chefs is becoming a real problem and it will only get worse as university students begin to leave the region within the next few weeks. Fords and Panama owner Garry Ford says finding suitable staff has been his biggest headache over the summer. He says it’s tougher to find good staff now than in any time over his 40 year hospitality career. “We have a lot of people coming through the door for jobs but a lot are foreign and aren’t here for long, or their English isn’t very good.” He says he employs around 40 staff between the two restaurants and there seems to be a lot of staff movement between restaurants in Nelson. “Because everyone is looking for staff, workers are tempted to look elsewhere.” Vic Brew Bar general manager Phil Williams says it’s also an issue

Vic Brew Bar manager Phil Williams says they are struggling to find enough staff to work at his pub. Photo: Kate Russell. for his Trafalgar St restaurant. “Oh yeah, I think everyone is struggling,” he says. “It‘s a problem. Over the last five years that we’ve owned the business, the size of the pool has decreased. We’ve managed to pull together a really good team this summer, but finding the team has been a lot harder than other years.” He says there is a “massive” shortage of chefs in Nelson and to counteract it they are trying to help train up the people who they’ve got. “If I had chefs leave, then we

would be in trouble.” He says that even Winz have struggled to find chefs. “I’ve spoken to Winz and there has been very little coming through there.” He says bar and wait staff are typically university students who leave in mid-February and are difficult to replace. Garry says he’s tried to advertise on Trade Me but that is often a waste of money. “It costs $120 and often we don’t get any replies.” February is, traditionally, the busiest month of the year for the

industry and Garry says, with his experienced university staff leaving, he’s had to look hard for replacements. “We have eight students with us who are all heading off in February and they are skilled, experienced, good staff.” Garry says finding trained and experienced chefs is also a battle. “I know the polytech puts through all these chefs, you wonder where they are going.” Howard Morris is a consultant with the new Waka bar and restaurant on Collingwood St, where Hanger 58 used to be. He says finding experienced staff has been a huge problem. “The former head chef here has been rehired, but finding a sous chef is proving to be very, very difficult.” He says the pay is good for people with the right skills but Nelson does struggle because it has such a busy season in summer and such a quiet season in winter. “In summer we need extra people and in winter you are hard pushed to give your core staff enough hours. Finding people who are willing to work for a short time, and with good skills, is hard.”

Drugs seized at Nelson Airport A woman was arrested at Nelson Airport on Monday, carrying an ounce of methampletamine. Police arrested the 36 year old Nelson woman after she flew from Auckland with the drug, which is also known as P. Detective Senior Sergeant Craig Johnston says the arrest came as the result of police investigations into the supply of the drug in the region. The woman was travelling alone with the drugs, which has an estimated street value of as much as $20,000. She will appear in the Nelson District Court today charged with possessing methamphetamine for supply and offering to sell methamphetamine.

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pitch it in Totaranui for two weeks almost every holiday.” Kaiteriteri Beach Motor Camp manager Dennis Petch says the campground is choc-a-block with locals this summer. “We get a lot of people coming up from Christchurch but we always get plenty of locals from the Nelson-Tasman area.” Torpedo 7’s stock controller Anne Duboffon says that locals definitely buy a lot of tents. “We’ve sold 571 tents over the last year, 160 of those were in December alone. “They’re all different types, but the most popular ones are the small hiking tents and the big canvas tents that people just chuck in their car and pitch up for a week or two,” says Anne. The survey also revealed that Nelson has the highest percentage of travellers, with 65 per cent of people saying they have taken a 10-day trip either overseas or in NZ in the last year. The survey was commissioned by RV Super Centre.

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Simon Bloomberg A swimmer in the Roding River in Aniseed Valley had a near miss when a car plunged off a cliff at the White Gates Reserve and into the water just three or four metres from where they were standing. The parked car rolled down a slope and over the six metre cliff into the river at the popular swimming and picnic spot last Thursday at about 3pm. A swimmer in the river below watched in horror as the car flew through the air and plunged into the river just metres away. Police said it was fortunate that nobody was hurt. The swimmer was lucky the car missed them while the passengers had got out of the car before it started rolling down the slope towards the cliff. The owner and passengers of the car, which had only just been purchased and was uninsured, tried desperately to stop it rolling over the cliff, but it was going too fast. "It started moving and I opened the door and tried to pull up

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Police and Tasman District Council staff inspect the car that plunged into the Roding River. Photo: Simon Bloomberg. the handbrake, but it didn't stop in time - it had too much speed up," the owner, who did not wish to be named, said. One of the owner's friends also tried to stop the car rolling over the cliff by pushing it back up the slope, but the car had too much momentum. Although the driver said he had put the handbrake on when they parked, police suggested the brake may not have been fully engaged. The car's automatic transmission may also have slipped out of park. Tasman District Council staff

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were called to help clean up a small amount of oil which had SUBMISSIONS spilled from the car's sump, The proposed plan change is open for submissions until which was damaged as it went 5pm on Wednesday 17 February 2016. over the cliff. Council reAnyone can make a submission, in paper or electronic format. Submission forms are serves and facilities manager available on the website, at the Customer Service Centre and in the Nelson libraries. You don’t need to use the submission form provided, but you do need to provide the same Beryl Wilkes says council may information as that requested on the form. consider installing a barrier Submissions on the proposed plan change can be lodged by emailing submissions@ncc. across the front of the cliff after govt.nz, posting them to Nelson City Council, Freepost 76919, PO Box 945 Nelson, 7040, Thursday's incident. "I haven't or delivering them to the Customer Service Centre. had a chance to talk to the staff ADDITIONAL INFORMATION member who went out there on For further information please visit the Council’s website, the Customer Service Centre Thursday, but it's something we (Ground Floor, 110 Trafalgar St, Nelson) or contact Planning Administrator Chantel de Ru on would look at," Beryl says. phone (03) 546 0200 or email chantel.deRu@ncc.govt.nz. The owner of the car and his Clare Hadley friends towed the damaged car Chief Executive, Nelson City Council The OLIVIA 3 + 2.5 Seater $3999 out of the river later that day. 16 January 2016

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Lifeguards usually tell off people who bomb into the pool, but Friday night's Wave Rave at Nayland pool was an exception. With inflatable obstacle courses, music, prizes, free ice cream and a bomb competition in the diving pool - it was every kid's dream. Facility manager Dave McKenzie says this is their second of three wave raves being run over the summer. "The kids really enjoy coming here at night, they get the run of the pools and we put up all the inflatables." Photo: Brittany Spencer.

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Lots of tourists, but are they spending money? Brenda Kenny. Certainly noticed an increase in tourists around the district this summer. Great for the local economy. The challenge will be providing facilities to accommodate increasing numbers in the future, as many facilities are at breaking point. John Sauer. I think it's fantastic. I have been able to get around a lot more since the new airlines have come in and our families have been able to visit. Kim Hewitson.

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I think it's great, but after recently doing a trip of the South Island I have to say that Nelson needs better promotion. I was impressed with Hokitika. We felt like we were wanted there as visitors. There were maps and routes set up with all the attractions for day trips. The signage was excellent and lots of places to see and things to do. Upon returning to Nelson, we noticed a real lack of adventure and sightseeing tourism here compared to the rest of the south. Also, Nelson has the worst public toilets by a country mile. If we are going to bring the people here then we need to be super-organised to host them. Nikky Lohmann.

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It's really good for the local economy but, oh boy, a bit of a struggle to get car parks in Nelson city these days! Philippa Foes-Lamb. It is great but, phew, Nelson airport is way overdue for an upgrade. Packed in like sardines over new year. Louise Raymond. Great to know tourism numbers are up, but we have to be able to look after them and keep them in every way.. Look forward to new airport....well overdue. Fiona Thompson. Weeds in Stoke creek: I think the councils need to rethink their budget for maintaining streams, and road sides, they are a mess. Nola Timpson. Just look around Nelson, drive up Nayland Rd, there's an empty reserve full of weeds. It's not council land but have they demanded it get cleaned up? I understand residents rants, c'mon council, maintain this beautiful city! Annie Whall. Orphanage Stream is terrible, too. After the big floods nothing has been maintained! The stream is so overgrown and looks awful. Would love to see it weeded back so you can actually see the water. Toni Brown. I think that the Justice system should get the men and women on PD to clean out all these streams around

town as this would give them something that would be good for their community while paying for their crime. PK Bee. That's what they used to do. I lived next to Poorman's Stream and the PD fellas would always be the ones cleaning it up. Hasn't happened for years now. It's a real shame no one takes care of it anymore. I loved playing there when I was a kid. Brendan Price. PD teams or anyone on a benefit should be out in supervised teams clearing this sort of thing, while benefitting from having a structure to their days, a routine, free fitness regime, even a sense of worth. Sharyn Purves. Council contractors Nelmac have a control programme in place to address weeds along stream banks throughout the city. This particular area is scheduled for additional work to be completed by the end of the month. If residents have any concerns about weeds on council reserve areas, then please contact us on 546 0200. Nelson City Council. I am sick and tired of the naysayers in this city. 'No' to 1080 when I arrived in 1972, even though most of the forests had masses of dead branches. 'No' to the dam, a growing population and a rare summer when we do not have water restrictions. Now we are getting the same attitude for the road into Nelson [Southern Link]. Try getting to the Hospital at 9am or out of town from 4pm. Frank (via email).

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Enjoy your life and independence without the Bowen Eye Clinic’s satellite centre in Nelson hassle of wearing glasses or contact lenses thanks is Harrington Eye Care, where locals seeking to Bowen Eye Clinic, the home of excellence in an answer to their sight problems can meet with Dr Hall and have an assessment to check laser eye surgery. There is over 20 years of knowledge and their suitability for a treatment, tailored to their experience surrounding the procedure and with visual needs. For those that do go ahead with the millions of people world wide having benefited procedure, all the assessments and post-surgery check ups are done here in from it, laser eye surgery Nelson with just one flight could well be the answer to Wellington required to your sight problems too. for the surgery itself. The The procedure is suitable surgery is performed as a for those aged 20-65 years, day procedure and only and can help you throw requires eye drops as local away your specs, whether anaesthetic. The laser you’re long or short treatment is pain free, sighted. only taking seconds for Dr Reece Hall has been each eye and the recovery travelling to Nelson for is fast with patients nearly five years now and is the only eye surgeon Dr Reece Hall is an expert at laser eye normally able to drive the who makes the visit here surgery and getting your vision back to next day and do most day to provide check-ups for its best without glasses or contact lenses. to day activities without glasses. The next available his post-surgery patients and offers free assessments for those interested clinics in Nelson will be on Saturday, February 13 in undertaking the operation. In 2014, Dr Hall and 27, 2016, so free your eyes of glasses or contact established his own purpose built, modern lenses and contact Bowen Eye Clinic today on day surgery facility in order to offer clients eye 0800 69 20 20 to book your free appointment. treatments that are personalised for their best For more information on laser eye surgery, or any visual results. The Bowen Eye Clinic also uses the of Bowen Eye Clinics other eye treatments, visit latest FDA approved lasers, meaning precise, no their website at www.boweneye.co.nz. blade surgery. Business Update. Adv.


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27, at 12.30pm in upper Trafalgar St. The teams they have come up against in the past include Talley’s, Sealords, ANZ, the Police and Fire services. “We really appreciate the support of the companies who take part in the event and allow their staff to participate,” says Hospice fundraising manager Paul McIntyre. “Nelmac have been big supporters but it’s about time someone took them on and claimed brag-

ging rights as the toughest company in town. “It’s through events like these that we can raise funds so that the hospice can continue to offer such an excellent service to the people of Nelson and Tasman.” ANZ staff will be walking through the crowds with donation buckets. • Tug of Peace, kick off 12.30pm at Upper Trafalgar St, Wednesday, January 27.

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Kites of all shapes and sizes took to the skies over Neale Park on Sunday for the 25th annual Nelson Summer Kite Festival. The event is the longest running provincial kite festival in New Zealand and 2016 was a huge success, says coordinator and member of the Nelson Kite Club, Ted Howard. “It was much bigger than we expected, it was bigger than last year, much bigger. We suspect somewhere round 40005000 people came through, it was pretty busy all day.” Around 35-45 people made

up the main display of kites in the centre of the park, which included a massive whale and dolphin, a dog, a dragon and a unicorn. Kite-fliers came from around the country to attend the day, plus, visiting fliers from Luxembourg, Singapore, UK, USA, Australia and Holland. Ted says that while the event isn’t promoted as an international festival, it’s getting such a good reputation with international fliers, who have experienced overseas kite festivals featuring crowds of around 70,000.

Organisers also took the opportunity to seek donations from the public and were overwhelmed with the response. Ted says they have received some great feedback from the kite-fliers who are more than keen to come back to next year’s festival. “So we’ll take a deep breath, crunch all the numbers and see if we can maybe raise some more club members and go from there.” Organisers of the Nelson Summer Kite Festival would also like to thank all their sponsors and supporters for making the event possible.

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Golfing legends Sir Bob Charles and Susan Farron will be gracing the Nelson Golf Club this Friday, as special guests for the Water for Prosperity charity golf tournament. The tournament is raising funds for the charity’s upcoming trip to Zimbabwe this June to install clean drinking water for residents in the town of Torwood. It will be the second time Sir Bob Charles has been involved in the tournament, but it is the first time Susan Farron, PGA professional and president of the New Zealand Profes-

sional Golfers Association, has come on board. Water for Prosperity spokesman David Barnes says are “delighted” to be hosting both golfers this year, who will also be holding a complementary coaching clinic for entrants at 11:30am before a shotgun start at 12:30pm. “It’s a great opportunity for people to meet Sir Bob – he’s a living legend,” says David. “It’s hard to get anyone better.” David says they are aiming to raise US $50,000 in order to install another five water bores in Torwood, which will add to the 20 they have already installed in the town since September 2013. The bore

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Hi Everyone Club features. Welcome to the first of our monthly ory New Year break will be a distant mem By now for most, the Christmas and a bers Mem Club For . ines rout y r everyda and you will be settling back into you ds r Club, where they meet up with frien regular routine includes a visit to thei lar ate in one or more of the Club’s regu for a meal and a drink; or to particip activities. might be like to be a member of the If you have ever wondered what it So e. I invite you along to be our guest. Suburban Club, then wonder no mor e hav to they would like to go to the Club often I hear people comment how but , Roll & game of pool or learn to Rock a meal or listen to a band. To have a mon seems to be a perceived barrier com can’t as they are not a member. This and erst never been to a Club or don’t und with all Clubs and those who have Club protocol. the ge guests to come along and try out We want you to be our guest. I encoura s vitie acti and s litie ise what fantastic faci Nelson Suburban Club. Once you real for up join to ue will be jumping the que we have available to members, you vered Be assured that your $5 will be reco $5. just the amazing offer which costs se cha pur ry eve make as members on very quickly via the savings you will . Not to the majority of non-Club venues d pare you make within the Club, com and Club the of 31 July to make full use only that, the $5 fee gives you until e six milk and a loaf of bread, you will hav of its amenities. For less than a pint to here are I and your mind. The team months to use the club and make up you , , come the end of July ensure we look after you so well that hip for the next year. bers mem won’t hesitate to take up a full so I’m sure we will be This is fantastic offer we have going, over the next few weeks. seeing many new faces in the Club Happy Clubbing Everyone Manager

QuiZ night StartS bacK 9 february If you want an opportunity to test your knowledge and have a laugh, get down to the Suburban Club for their Tuesday quiz nights. The quiz evenings will be starting up again on February 9 at 7:30pm, and are guaranteed to entertain and challenge you. There is no restriction on numbers with teams ranging from two to 20 people, and if you’re on your own, there’s always a team who would love to include you. The quiz is $2 per person, and features questions on every topic you can think of, from science and supermodels to geography, nursery

rhymes and lots of general knowledge. It’s also one of only two regular multi-media quizzes run in Nelson, using a data projector to play plenty of entertaining movie and dvd clips. Prizes include a $50 Suburban Club voucher for first place, a $35 voucher for second place and a $20 voucher for third place, plus, a free lotto ticket, sponsored by Ray Murray at the Black Cat Dairy, is up for grabs if you win the heads or tails style game. You don’t have to be Einstein, or even a member to enjoy the Suburban Club quiz, just bring along your friends and family and a good sense of humour for a thoroughly enjoyable and affordable night out.

new, improved menu at club cafe For delicious, casual dining, choose the Club Café next time you eat out. The café is open for dinner to members from 4:30pm, Tuesday to Sunday and features a menu full of mouth watering dishes for the whole family. The kids menu includes fish, mini hot dogs, chicken nuggets and a kid’s roast, while some of the meals you’ll find on the main menu include a fantastic Trish and Jo have bought back some of the fish dish showcasing fresh favourite dishes at the Club Café. Tarakihi and what the staff believe are the best burgers with room to comfortably seat up you’ll ever taste. Complement that to 50 guests, or smaller groups as with a tasty dessert before finishing required. your dining experience with a The café can also provide catering quality cup of Heartland coffee. for groups using other areas of The kitchen team is proud to be the Suburban Club, including the bringing a high standard of food conference and meeting rooms or to the Suburban Club’s members the main hall. and everyone is looking forward to welcoming new and regular customers back in the New Year. The Club Café is also the perfect solution to your catering needs,

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Nelson Academy of Dance has offered a passionate learning environment for students since it was created by Gillian Francis in 1967. Gillian’s experience in the world of dance ranges from founding and directing Southern Ballet to her position as principal of the Royal New Zealand Ballet and several other companies, making her a

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valuable and knowledgeable role model for aspiring dancers. Nelson Academy of Dance specialises in teaching classical ballet and contemporary jazz to pre-school age students all the way through to advanced dancers, along with additional yoga and stretch classes. Examinations and major productions are undertaken annually, offering students chances to better themselves and perform to an audience, while guest teachers are also frequently welcomed to the Collingwood St studio to extend students learning opportunities. Tutors Gillian Francis and Aleisha Johnson welcome anyone interested in learning to dance to contact them on 547 6743 or visit the academy’s Facebook page at Gillian Francis Nelson Academy of Dance. The Nelson Training Centre has been offering students a pathway to employment in the local hospitality industry for 28 years. Free courses covering food preparation, restaurant and cafe skills, workplace experience and learning skills are complemented by the student's own enthusiasm to succeed, and results in them gaining a New Zealand Certificate in Hospitality Entry Skills Level 2 or NCEA Level 2-Vocational Pathways- Service Sector, although it is also important for the centre to ingrain in students an understanding of the best workplace attitudes. The centre operates its own cafe, which is open to the public every Thursday and Friday of the school term, offering students practical, real life skills in customer service and cookery. When students have completed their course, Nelson Training Centre work to match their skills and attributes with a suitable employer. Their course for 2016 will

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run from January 25 until November 25. Contact them on 546 7636 to check if you are eligible for this free training.

The Top of the South Trades Academy is opening for students who want to stay at School but are ready to start training for a real job. Students who are accepted into the Trades Academy are able to stay at School, completing NCEA while at the same time working towards a National Certificate in a trade of their choice. Trades Academy training is practical and hands-on and there are lots of options to choose from. Students can learn anything from mechanical engineering to aquaculture, health and The Peta S support services and hospitality. Students secure and learn using useful skills to help them go on perfect you to further study or get a job straight out of Yo School. The best part is it’s free! Training is either one rec day a week at NMIT campuses in Richmond, Nelson ha or Blenheim; or in residential blocks at Whenua deg Iti Outdoors. For more info please email Shaaron are Adams on tradesacademy@gmail.com. to Ma Peta Spooner has been introducing people to the fem joys of dance for the past 48 years. Her passion for sch teaching is shared by her fellow teachers at the Peta pre Spooner Academy of Dance, which aims to develop well-rounded dancers who are gracious, considerate and demonstrate a positive attitude. “Dance is a wonderful activity for children, capable of teaching confidence, poise and grace and the academy has a reputation for nurturing young talent, says Peta.


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of Dance, Whitireia and Unitec. Peta and her team, which includes highly-qualified and experienced teachers who have been with the academy for many years, derive pleasure from teaching kids who may not be the best dancers, but who do it for the pure and simple pleasure of it. The academy provides tuition in classical ballet, contemporary dance, modern jazz and theatre craft. Students of all abilities get regular opportunities to perform on stage. For further information on the courses available at the Peta Spooner Academy of Dance, visit www. petaspooner.co.nz or phone 548 9890.

Spooner Academy of Dance in Nelson is a d stimulating environment to develop and ur dance skills.

ou can be confident your child will train in a cognised ballet curriculum. The academy as an excellent record for training teachers to gree-status qualifications and these exams e recognised internationally. “We continue produce students for the dance profession.” any of the academy’s students, male and male, have gone on to top national dance hools and professional dance careers. At esent there are former students at NZ School

Learn to dance with Trudy Fargher. The Fargher Academy of Dance provides professional, quality dance tuition in Jazz, Hip Hop, Ballet and Contemporary. Owner and teacher Trudy Fargher has a passion for dance with the curriculum carefully planned to help guide each student, while still giving each dancer the very best opportunity to achieve. The strong dance programme sees dancers achieve highly in competitions throughout New Zealand, and students are encouraged to participate in shows and

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Nelson chef ready to wow at Sarau

At Ray White Richmond we are thrilled to welcome Sharon Stockdale to our award winning property management team. Sharon’s natural relaxed manner combined with her drive to get results comes from a wide variety of skills developed while running her own business for over 10 years. Property investors can feel confident that Sharon will always strive to achieve optimum results. Give Sharon a call for a confidential chat about how to achieve the best results from your investment property. Mobile: 027 462 8923 Office: 03 544 8778

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Organisers of the Sarau Festival in Upper Moutere are taking the approach that 'if it’s not broken, then don’t fix it,' with this Sunday’s ninth edition featuring all the same “triedand-true” attractions that have made it one of Nelson’s most popular events. The festival was first held in 2008 as a celebration of the arts, crafts and food of the Moutere Valley. It has always featured a number of popular foodie events that reflect the importance of blackcurrants to the district’s economy and organiser Jenny Leith says this year is no different. “We’ve got Angela Kernohan from Melrose House Cafe doing the Sujon cooking demonstrations this year,” Jenny says. “The cooking demonstrations are always one of the big attractions so there was no point in changing anything. We did have some new ideas but decided it was better and easier to just focus on the tried-and-true formula that has worked in the past.” Angela’s demonstrations are scheduled to start at 3.30pm and 5pm. Also included in Sarau’s successful formula are the popular blackcurrant cooking

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Melrose House chef Angela Kernohan will be hosting a cooking demonstration at the Sarau Festival. Photo: Kate Russell. competitions that anyone can enter. The competition includes categories for desserts, preserves, beverages and innovative creations, as well as a category for children with the first 80 entries receiving a product from one of the festival’s sponsors, Barkers. Jenny says the competition is free and entries need to be taken to the competition tent by 4pm on the day. All baking needs to covered and any food that needs to be kept cold should be kept in suitable containers. New Zealand Hops chief executive Doug Donelan will also hold a seminar in the Grown in Moutere tent at 4pm.

The photo competition is another popular event and people attending the fair will be able to win a prize by identifying where a selection of photos from around the Moutere Valley were taken. There will be over 100 stall holders selling food, drinks, arts and crafts as well as live entertainment. There will be plenty to keep the children entertained as well, with a range of activities in the Kidszone. The fair will be held at the Moutere Hills Community Centre on the Moutere Highway and starts at 3pm and finishes at about 9pm. Entry is $5 for adults, with children free.

Learn something new Waimea College Adult and Community Education has been teaching new skills, crafts and talents to the local community for almost fifty years! As well as the usual favourites, they are offering several new courses delivered by passionate, friendly tutors to their programme for 2016. Jeanette Ida has joined their team to teach Hatha Yoga. This is for open level and beginners are very welcome where classes are tailored for all abilities. You will stretch, tone, improve posture and breathing, reduce stress and cultivate mindfulness. 3D printing is the latest craze. In this exciting one day workshop, Darren Richardson introduces you to this world using a 3D printer where you can be creative. If you ever wanted to learn cro-

chet or would like some help with a current project you are working on, Alet de Bruin has many years of experience to teach and support you from a very comfortable college room. Are you interested in learning how to support your families health using homeopathic remedies? Tutor Grace Catley teaches first aid remedies and remedies for coughs, colds and other common childhood complaints. If you received a new Apple iPad, a digital camera or perhaps a new Smartphone for Christmas and you want to learn how to use it to its fullest potential, courses are also available to help you learn these new skills. Please enquire or enrol by phone with Jo now on 544 6099 (ext 870) or email: ace@waimea.school.nz Business Update. Adv.


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“Totally Dependable” Ph 543 9222 www.laserelectrical.co.nz Locally owned and operated

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The Laser Electrical team are, from left, James, Tom, Darryn, Jonathan, Tony, Sandy, Peter, Craig, Jason, Bailey, Nathan, Brett, Hayden, Dylan, Jenny, Paul, Mornay and Russell. Providing home and business owners with a onestop-shop approach has always been a goal for Laser Electrical Nelson, and their recent expansion, thanks to their growth in the area of security, is good news for their clients, who can now rely on the team for the majority of their electrical needs. “In general we just enjoy working with clients and providing them with a great service, which at the end of the day, gives us job satisfaction,” says managing director, James Trowbridge. “We enjoy coming to work to be able to do that, it’s not a chore. We’re very fortunate that we’ve got a great customer base, we’ve been part of their business and helped them grow and they’ve stuck by us and we just want to reach out and help others.” Being locally owned and operated has been an important part of their success with a number of business relationships made through their connection with, and involvement in the community, Although they are a member of a nationwide franchise, the leading plumbing and electrical business in Australasia, Laser Electrical Nelson is also proud to be 100 per cent local, allowing the team to go the extra mile in value and assistance for clients wherever possible. On the other hand, as a Laser member, Laser Electrical Nelson has access to key supplier pricing, up-to-date information, as well as the latest products and services - benefits they are happy to be able to pass on to their customers

Laser Electrical Nelson is now a team of 19 dedicated electrical professionals, including five enthusiastic apprentices who will work with you to complete all your electrical requirements. From domestic, commercial and industrial wiring, to design and build projects, renovations, air conditioning, home ventilation, floor heating, solar PV systems, oven repairs, service-fault work and security and CCTV systems “Something we’re quite proud of is the fact we’re probably one of the few companies in Nelson that do take on a number of apprentices. We try to bring in young people and get them involved in the industry, while other businesses sometimes steer away from that. “It just gives young people the opportunity to get into the workforce and allows us to train them up to the standard we expect in our tradesmen,” says James. “A lot of the success the company has seen also comes down to the staff members - they’re the biggest asset of Laser Electrical Nelson, right from Jenny and Sandy on the front desk. Without the staff we’ve got, the business wouldn’t be where it is now.” For all your electrical needs, whether it’s security, wiring, solar or fault fixing, the Laser Electrical Nelson team is here to provide safe, reliable workmanship. For more information on how the team can assist you or to call on their services for your home or workplace, contact them today on 543 9222.

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Swap Meet & Market Sale Saturday 6 February 2016

Held rain or shine, starts 8am at Speedway Assn grounds Lansdowne Rd, Richmond

Nelson Vintage Car Club’s Swap Meet is back for 2016 and it’s the perfect opportunity to uncover some second hand or new gems. The event successfully debuted last year as a fundraiser for their new club rooms at the Nelson Speedway Association track on Lansdowne Rd. The swap meet is also a great platform for those looking to sell their items to a larger audience than they might normally receive at a garage sale. If a clean out of your home or garage is on your to do list, it’s not too late to book a site at the swap meet and re-

home your belongings. Simply email khmercer@xtra.co.nz for a registration form and payment instructions. Originally a swap meet would include buying, selling and swapping vintage car parts, but the event has now evolved into a super-sized rummage sale with all sorts of items turning up, from plants and clothing to antiques, toys and home ware. “When you compare it to a market or something like that, the markets don’t have the same quantity of second hand stuff, and that’s quite often where people find treasures and that’s

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a great success and helped them raise vital funds for their club room renovation project, now at the halfway mark. In total 76 sites were present on the day and Kevin hopes this year they will just get over the 100 mark, the aim being to grow the event each year until it resembles the great Winchester swap meet in South Canterbury, which in its heyday hosted around 340 sites.

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Swap Meet & Market Sale Saturday 6 February 2016

Held rain or shine, starts 8am at Speedway Assn grounds Lansdowne Rd, Richmond

club via email at nelson@vcc.org.nz, or keep your eyes open for the club’s open day, to be held later on in the year. In the mean time, mark February 6 in your diary and make sure you head

Nelson Vintage Car Club cars parked up at Snowdens Bush in Brightwater during their history run. Brightwater was the second town in New Zealand to have street lights. The Nelson Vintage Car Club also welcomes new members to join their group of local car enthusiasts. A vintage car is classed as anything over thirty years old, although owning a vintage car is not a requirement to join. The group offers people far more than a social meeting and the odd car rally, it is a network of people passionate about vintage vehicles, not only in Nelson, but stretching throughout the country. The Nelson Vintage Car Club is a branch of a national organisation, although Nelson members were originally part of the Canterbury branch. The Nelson group then went on to create their own club in 1964 after a huge amount of local interest. “There’s a wide range of events that are available New Zealand

wide, you could go to an event grows. The club has plenty to every weekend if you wanted offer younger members includto, there’s also great access to ing a growing motorcycle secpeople with knowledge,” says tion and a trials series, where Kevin. The club offers a month- drivers must take on a paddock ly meeting, which could be a course and get their cars as far visit to a car mid-restoration or as possible through obstacles a night tenpin bowling, as well such as water holes and hills, to as many other opportunities to be crowned the winner. get out on the road and enjoy Anyone interested in becomspending time with like mind- ing a member can contact the ed people. Kevin says the club is particularly keen to welcome in the younger generation, who may not be aware that the club doesn’t just incorporate Model T style vehicles, as every The Nelson Vintage Car Club year the cars eligible parked up outside Isel House to be part of the Nel- during their Biennial Rally. son Vintage Car Club

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Highly Recommended Marie Healy loves being apart of Nelson’s largest property management team. 2015 was a great year for Marie. She was promoted to Area Manager for the Stoke office and achieved top growth for the group along with completing a certificate in New Zealand Residential Property Management. Marie has been a property manager at the Stoke office for 10 years and says she enjoys working with her team as they are all motivated and work closely together. Most of Marie’s business comes from her existing clients recommending her. If you are a property owner in the Nelson area thinking about renting your house out, give Marie a call for a no-obligation chat. “Marie Healy has been my Property Manager for at least ten years now and I have found her extremely pleasant and easy to talk to. She always communicates quickly and effectively with me regarding any issues or requests I may have and I am more than happy to recommend Marie to any prospective landlord.” Lois Hill-Landlord

If you’re looking for a home loan to get you into your own home soon, it’s time to talk to an expert. An expert who comes highly recommended. Mark Papps of Mortgage Wizard, offers a free service, whether you’re a first home buyer or existing home owner. Mark does all the leg work through the entire mortgage application process and is often capable of negotiating a far better deal for his clients than if they went it alone. His credibility, knowledge and skill in the area of finance comes from over 30 years in the industry, including 20 years banking. Don’t settle for what your bank says is the best offer, let Mark negotiate with a wider range of lenders and get what’s best for you, saving you thousands of dollars. If you have an existing loan, the new year is the perfect time to talk to Mark about your interest rate and consolidating any outstanding debts you may have. Here’s what a recent customer had to say: “When the bank said no to us, Mark got them to say yes. I recommend this service. Home ownership may be only a phone call away”

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Nelson berries help fuel top triathletes Nelson-based berry fruit company Sujon is excited about playing a small role in keeping world champion triathlete Javier Gomez Noya on top of the podium. Javier, who won his fifth world championships last year and a silver medal at the 2012 Olympics, has been using Sujon’s blackcurrant products as a sports supplement for the last year. The Spanish athlete was introduced to the product by his New Zealand partner, triathlete Anneke Jenkins, and last month the pair visited Sujon’s headquarters in Tahunanui to meet the team and pick up some more of their products. “Anneke has been using our blackcurrant products for the last three years and she introduced them to Javier a year ago,” Sujon national sales manager Colin Stuart says. “We can’t say if they made a difference or not but he did have an exceptional year on the ITU circuit.” Colin says he met Anneke and Javier in Tauranga in November and helped arrange their visit to Nelson in December when Javier was looking for a new training base for the northern winter. Although Javier was “really impressed” with Nelson, he has opted to train in South Africa because it is closer to the first race in the ITU series in Abu Dhabi in March. Colin says Sujon is delighted to add Javier to the growing list of “really big sporting names” who are using their blackcurrant products. He says the products have been

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There was plenty to yeehah about at Sunday's Richmond Rodeo at the Richmond A and P Showgrounds, with nine of the 10 cowboys in the open bull ride getting unceremoniously dumped and lots of bucking good action in the bareback and saddle bronc events. But there was much more to the rodeo than dusty cowboys and

bucking bulls and broncs. There was some finesse and glamour as well, with the barrel racers showing speed and skill and Australian Rodeo Queen Latoya Ward enchanting the crowd of around 1700. "The open bulls were tough," Richmond Rodeo Club secretary Tina Angus-Phyn says. "They were well-rested after the Can-

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Sam Barlow, five, won the Miss Cowgirl Pre-school and Mr Cowboy Primary School. Unfortunately, there was also some unwanted drama with one cowboy breaking his leg when the bull he was sitting on charged at the gates in the mounting pen. The rider was thrown from the bull as soon as the gates opened and managed to limp to safety. The bull was also injured and had to be put down, which Tina says is a rare occurrence at the Richmond Rodeo. "I can't remember the last time we had a rider or animal injured. It doesn't happen

very often but when it does it's handled very professionally by the vets and medical staff." James Pinfold won the bare back bronc, Paul Robinson, Graeme Gannon and Ross Dowling were first equal in the saddle bronc, Justine Davis won the barrel racing and Len Mackey and Nye Harborne won the teaming roping. Tina says they were pleased with the crowd which was treated to a "longer than usual" programme after a rush of late entries. "It was a brilliant crowd. They were enthusiastic and stayed right to the end."

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Jessie Johnston Friday night marked the start of the Nelson Weekly Regatta Week and five days of exciting sailing competition in the Tasman Bay. The inaugural Liquorland Top of the South Trailer Yacht and Speed Boat Regatta began with an invitational race on Friday night, offering waterfront diners a sailing spectacle as crews completed three laps of the harbour. The local and visiting boats then went on to compete on both Saturday and Sunday in Tasman Bay, before their regatta came to a close with prize-giving on Sunday evening. Winners of the Trailer Yacht competition, based on a handicap, was Rattle & Hum. Skipper Craig Welsh says he was thrilled with the competition. "The weather was great, the sailing was fair and the club has been really friendly and welcoming," he says. "We'll be back." For winning the competition, the Christchurch-based team won the "Rum Cup", which was donated by Nelson Weekly. The cup came with a bottle of rum for the winners to enjoy from the cup. In second place was Honk n Jack and in third was Nelson-based Eagle. Eagle skipper Mark Howard says he was thrilled to have out-of-town boats to sail against. "We've got a growing trailer yacht fleet and until now we haven't had a regatta, we've had to travel out of town."

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keel boats. The annual Wellington to Nelson race left Royal Port Nicholson Yacht Club on Friday afternoon, acting as a feeder race for the Nelson Regatta which officially kicked off in Sunday. On Monday, keel boat crews raced their way to Torrent Bay, while today will see them compete in a short race round Tonga Island before making their way up through the national park and coming to rest in Tarakohe Harbour. A 10am start on Wednesday brings the crews back home to Nelson for the much anticipated prize-giving where accumulated points from all their races will determine a winner for both division 1 (Romeo) and division 2 (Juliet). Results from the keel boat racing will be in next week's Weekly.

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Community Events NELSON COmmUNiTY POTTErS 136 Rutherford St. Learn pottery. Handbuilding,wheel work for beginners to expert. Social group Thursday 10-12 and Mondays 6-9pm.Term 1 classes enrolling now. Ph Elizabeth 5481488 ViNTAGE mACHiNErY SHOW Sat 30th & Sun 31st January Higgins Heritage Park, Wakefield. Old tractors, engines, steam & machinery demos, trucks & cars, rides, bouncy castle. Adults $5 info Allan 0273197427 BrASS BAND: Nelson City Social Brass Band, a division of Nelson City Brass Inc. resume rehearsals 7pm each Wednesday from January 27th at the band rooms Hathaway Tce. Nelson. New members most welcome. Enquiries to Peter 5451 768 or peter.goodman@xtra.co.nz WriTErS AT LUNCHTimE : All welcome on Wednesday Feb. 3 between 11.30am – 1.30pm at The Prince Albert, 113 Nile Street, Nelson. An ‘open mic’ meeting, to get to know each other and share news. Admission is free. Contact Chrissie on 5469818. "JUST US DrAmA" will recommence on Monday 15 Feb. 10.30 - noon. We perform skits etc for Senior groups. Enquiries to Marion Phone 5470509. NELSON TrAmPiNG CLUB invites you: Jan. 30, Sharlands Creek area, medium. Contact Bruce 545 0202. Details www. http://nelsontrampingclub.org.nz iNTrODUCTiON TO BUDDHiSm 5 Week Programme. From Wed 10 Feb to Wed 9 March, 6.30 to 8.00pm - with Ven. Thubten Khadro, Richmond Library, 280 Queen St, Richmond. Attendance to whole course: $60. Course hosted by Chandrakirti Meditation Centre. Contact: 03 543 2021 or meditate@chandrakirti.

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1137 to register for Survivors & Carers reception. NELSON PHiLATELiC SOCiETY: The club for stamp collectors & philatelists. Come & join us, next meeting is 7:30pm Tuesday, Feb. 9th, at Stoke school. Ph 5471140 for more info. ENNEr GLYNN PLAYCENTrE has spaces available. We offer 3 free session to experience our fun play environment for preschoolers. Mon, Tues, Thurs & Fri 9.30-12.00. Ph 547 4007 or just drop in at 8 Enner Glynn rd. fOOD, iS iT A PrOBLEm fOr YOU? Are you suffering from anorexia, bulimia, obesity &/or compulsive eating? Overeaters Anonymous works. Ph 0226730237. Meetings held weekly. All welcome. ULTimATE friSBEE - Wednesdays 5.30pm, Tahuna touch fields. Beginners welcome, M/F, ages 14+. questions: rex. jacobus@gmail.com BETTEr BrEATHiNG CLASSES – Nelson held 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of the month at a new time of 1pm at the Reformed Church, Enner Glynn. Starts 10th Feb. Seated exercise learning correct breathing techniques and relaxation skills. $2 per class's. Stoke held 1st Wednesday of the month at 1.30pm at Ernest Rutherford Village, 49 Covent Drive, Stoke. Starts 3rd Feb. Fantastic venue to learn better breathing skills. $2 per class. Richmond held 1st Tuesday of the month at 10.30 at Oakwoods Village, Lower Queen Street, Richmond. Starts 2nd Feb. Light exercise with focused breathing and a supportive group. $2 per class. Motueka held on the 2nd and 4th Monday of the month at 2.30pm at the St John Hall, Courtney Street, Mo-

tueka. Starts 22nd Feb. Friendly group, learning breathing skills who enjoy a cuppa afterwards. $2 per class. DOiNG NO HArm: Enlightened ethics for ordinary people, with Bonni Ross. Explore compassionate action in daily life. Feb 2nd, 4th, 9th, 16th. 7.15pm Natural Life Centre, Founders Park. By donation jane.hobday@clear.net.nz BECOmE A SAmAriTAN. Are you a caring compassionate listener, we would like to hear from you. Excellent training & support provided commencing on 17th Feb.. Phone 548 2400 Email: clinical@ lifelinc.co.nz DOVEDALE COUNTrY AffAir. 14 Feb '16. Stall applications are now available. $25 or Food stalls $50. email: evanannwin@ruralinzone.net or phone Ann Win (03)5433832 for an application. SWimmiNG GrOUP Ngawhatu Pool closed until May 2016. NEW mUm looking for something to do come and join a SPACE programme great discussions on baby development, toy making and music. Contact Teresa Flowers 035479877 or dave_trees@xtra. co.nz ATAWHAi COmmUNiTY CHUrCH THURSDAYS 7-8.30pm, $3 per session FREE TRANSPORT from Nelson I- site Centre Ph Ray for details 0212163200. STOKE JUNCTiON. For all Stoke residents. fAmiLY SErViCES Family Works 28 Jan. 9-10am. Concerned about your kids? Drop in to discuss options at Stoke School Dental Clinic, Main Rd, Stoke ANGEL iN mY STrEET 2 Feb. 1112noon. Support for youth and others. Stoke School Dental Clinic, Main Rd, Stoke: Ph. 0274752506. Drop-in OK

Sf NELSON. Supporting families with mental illness. Stoke School Dental Clinic, Main Rd, Stoke By request. Ph 5458162 POST NATAL DEPrESSiON. By request. Birchwood School Rainbow Centre, Durham Street, Stoke: Ph/txt 0212761227 NELSON PHiLATELiC SOCiETY: The club for stamp collectors and philatelists. Next meeting 7:30pm, Tuesday 9 Feb., at Stoke school. Come and join us. Displays of pandas and dragons will be on show. Ph 5471140. DiVOrCE CArE – 13 week course starting on Mon. 15/2/16. 7.30 – 9.30 pm at Richmond Church of Christ, cnr of Darcy and Croucher Streets, Richmond. Divorced, separated? You do not have to go through it alone. Email: divorcecarenn@gmail.com or txt 0274193035 and we will contact you BUSiNESS HOUSE CrOqUET at Nelson Hinemoa Club,Halifax St,make up teams of 2 from your business, play is for the next 3 Mondays starting at 5.45pm,register now with Thelma 5476384 or Alan 5467396,fun & laughter the only requirement. BOUNDAriES fOr WOmAN GrOUP starting in Feb for 8 weeks. This group will change your life in every area. It will teach you how value you. For more info ph0274435507, Sharyn PiLATES classes in Richmond, Monday 12.30 or Wedneday 9.15 at the Richmond Town Hall. To book your mat phone 538 0318 frEE PUBLiC TALK & mEDiTATiON, Choose Happiness - find inner peace and happiness within your own mind. 4 February: 7-8:30pm, 16 Bridge Street (inside the Phoenix Arcade) http://meditatein-

nelson.org/free-public-talk-meditation/ ST STEPHENS OP SHOP & DrOP iN CENTrE, Tahunanui Drive - will be reopening on Friday 29 Jan. 9am. See you there,good food, great bargains. WOmEN SiNGErS (especially lower register) are invited to try barbershop a cappella with Nelson Bays Harmony. Thursday 7 – 10 pm Club Waimea, 345 Lower Queen St, Richmond. Phone Trish, 544 8876 for info or a ride. www.nelsonharmony.org.nz PrOBUS CLUB Of NELSON CiTY welcomes men and women as new members. Next meeting 9.45 for 10.00 am, Thurs. 11 Feb at Nelson Golf Club, 38 Bolt Road, Tahunanui. Speaker - Pete Kara. Ph: Deirdre 547 4146.

REGULAR EVENTS TAHUNANUi WOmEN’S iNSTiTUTE. Stoke Retirement Village, 188 Songer St. Meet first Thursday of the month at 1.45 sharp. New members welcome. Ph 548 7902 or 021 083 14455 NO mATTEr WHAT’S TrOUBLiNG YOU - Samaritans listen anytime of the day or night. 0800 726 666 HEArT HELP: A support group for people that have had surgery or other heart events. Get together at the Honest Lawyer, Monaco for a coffee & chat, 3rd Sat of the month at 10.30am. Ph Alan 547 6552 or Graham 021 034 6335 VOLUNTEErS NEEDED. Help us stop NZ’s biggest killer. The Heart Foundation is looking for volunteers for February’s Annual Appeal – Stoke 12 & Nelson 19 & 20. If you can spare an hour or two please contact the Nelson office. Ph 545 7112 or email nelson.marlborough@ heartfoundation.org.nz

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TUESDAY 26 January 2016

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Classifieds Classified deadline - 5pm Friday • Ph: 548 4949 AUCTion

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SUMMER FLOWER SHOW Admission $3 adults. Children free

Saturday 30 January 1-4pm & Sunday 31 January 10-4pm

General auction

to be held on WeDneSDaY 27th JanuarY at 5.30PM

FEATURING: 18ft boat with 200HP outboard and trailer. Unclaimed Police bikes. ALSO: Whiteware, dining tables & chairs, leather couches, sofa beds, tools, equipment, art, beds & mattresses, furniture, bikes, kitchenware, china, collectables, stereos, boxes of sundries and much more. VIEWING: Tuesday from noon and Wednesday from 9am

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HOME LOANS With interest rates nearing ALL TIME LOW’S now is a great time to be purchasing your own home or re-negotiating your current interest rate. Mark Papps of Mortgage Wizard will provide you with a FREE service! There is no cost to you and no hidden fees

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Stoke Memorial Hall, Main Rd, Stoke, Nelson

FREE DEVONSHIRE TEA Sunday from 1.30pm

GArAGE SALE

Singing Lessons: Private tutoring in the heart of Nelson with professional singer/songwriter Dayna Sanerivi. www. studioforsongs.com. Ph 021 1575 882.

Downsizing so everything must go! Books, Christmas Tree, Cabinet, Clothes, Toys, Doors, Household Items and much, much more. Saturday, 30th January, 7 Green St, Tahuna.

WAnTED Access to suitable space for one table to play Table Tennis in Nelson CBD wanted by local Business owner, temporary empty premises are fine. Please reply to d.b.e@xtra.co.nz or ph 021 2024485 and ask for Dennis

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Telemarketing Superstar Needed!!! – Part/Full Time Are you outgoing, goal orientated and enjoy a good chat? Like having fun at work and being part of a team? Then this is for YOU!!! We are looking for someone special to join our exciting and fast paced call centre, based in the heart of Nelson. As a Telemarketer, your role is to use your confidence, enthusiasm and charisma to make outbound calls and schedule appointment times. These appointments are for our Authorised and Registered Financial Advisers to help Kiwi’s all around New Zealand ensure they have the best cover in place at the best price, when it comes to personal insurances. We will supply ongoing training and support to give you the best possible opportunity to succeed. Our working week is Sunday (afternoon) to Thursday. Applicants for this position must have either NZ residency or a current work Visa valid through until 2017. To learn a bit more about us, please have a quick look at our website: www.adelphiinsurance.co.nz or phone Mani on 021 575 441. Apply with CV and Cover Letter by emailing: mani@adelphiinsurance.co.nz We look forward to hearing from you…

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2015 Rented.org.nz Award for Lowest Rent Arrears

10am-2pm | $2 Entry Good torches and footwear are essential. No dogs please. Turnoff at foot of Spooners Kohatu side, follow signs.

Professional office space for lease, with parking available. Layout: 4 offices with reception, own kitchen/bathroom facilities and brand new heat pump. Area - 95m².

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Ideal for professional services. 100m from town centre. Good profile. Landlord very reasonable and motivated to secure good tenant. Rent by negotiation.

No bookings required / bring a friend

Fantastic site so close to town.

NEW BEGINNER CLASSES

visit www.taoist.org.nz Tuesday, 26 January 5.30-7pm at 55 Muritai street, Tahunanui, nelson

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WANTED

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We need you to help us grow and maintain our plants (a wide variety of young fruit trees.) The work will be at either our Nursery on Golden Hills Road in Appleby, Richmond, or at one of our open ground field blocks.

CATErinG

Over summer time you will be working from 7.00am to 3.15pm (but paid to 3.30pm) Monday to Friday, and we are looking for a commitment from you to working 40 hours per week through to late March. Work would start with us late January/early February.

Did you know you can choose your own caterer for your loved ones funeral.

Phone 03 545 8375 (please leave a message)

At Gourmet Catering we tailor-make menu’s to suit every client. Why not put on an afternoon tea with your loved ones favourite food. Call us to discuss your requirements.

- a work history that demonstrates that you have a strong work ethic and know how important it is to turn up for work every day.

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Must have the following • Suitable, Reliable Vehicle • PSL (Passenger Service Licence) • TSL (Transport Service Licence) • Area knowledge of Nelson region would be an advantage If this sounds like you call Hilbilly on 021 154 9974

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The Bible Our Guide

We warmly invite you to hear Speaker: Mr Colin Brown

Archeology Confirms Bible Truth Join us Tuesday, 2th February 2016 at 7.30pm Richmond Library, Constance Barnicoat Room, Queen Street Entrance

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