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Alcohol licence fees are slashed Community groups won’t have to pay so much to sell alcohol at fundraising events after the Tasman District Council made two key changes to its liquor licensing regulations. The cost of a special licence to sell alcohol at events ranges from $63 to $575 depending on the number of people attending. The organisers of community fundraisers have been critical of the “excessive costs” and council has responded by agreeing to reduce their charges. The cost of a licence for a large community or charity event with over 400 people will decrease from $575 to $207 while a licence for a medium-sized event with 100 to 400 people will drop from $207, to $63.20. There will not be any changes for community events with less than 100 people or any commercial event. “For events like the Brightwater Wine and Food
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Festival or Sarau Festival, it will mean that more of the fundraising goes to the community,” council regulatory services coordinator Graham Caradus says. “It’s seems a lot fairer and it’s also in line with the policy adopted by the other councils in the top of the South Island.” However, Graham says council can’t reduce the cost of a special licence for community events with less than 100 people because of government legislation. A minimum cost of $63.20 will be charged for all small events. Graham says the second change addressed two anomalies in the government’s regulations that were highlighted in letters council received, including
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Cooper House’s, from left, Grace Young, Tane MacDonald, Ben Thomas and Josh Moffatt get into their house chant at the start of Waimea College’s house sports last Friday. Photo: Brittany Spencer.
House sports injects colour and noise Red, blue, green and yellow hordes stormed across the Waimea College playing fields last Friday for the school’s House Sports day. Each year, the school’s four houses take to the sports field for a day of chants, sport and fun activities. Cooper, Sheppard and Rutherford houses themed their chants on cheerleaders, sailors and the jungle, but at the end of the day Hillary’s daycare-styled performance stole the show. Hillary house captains, Casey Ogilvie and Mardi McBride say they couldn’t be prouder.
“It’s a bit overwhelming right now, we put in so many hours throughout the whole holidays and to see the whole house come together, it’s awesome,” Casey says. Mardi says yellow plan to dominate the whole year. “We want lots more wins.” New principal Scott Haines says the house sports are a great way to start the year. “It’s been a fantastic day, I’ve really enjoyed the competition and camaraderie of all the houses, and it’s awesome to see this really cool house spirit,” Scott says. “The school I’ve come from had a
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one from Upper Moutere’s company Peckham’s Cider. The letter pointed out the company was being charged the same offlicence fee as a large wine retailer and that those costs didn’t reflect their risk rating. Council agreed the costs were unfair and now plans to charge Peckham’s based on a very low risk rating. One of the company’s owners Caroline Peckham says the change will reduce the cost of their annual licence fee from $391 to $161 and their threeyearly reapplication fee from $609 to $368. “We are a very small local business that only sells on-line and we were being charged the same a big wine supplier that sells on-line and at the cellar door,” Caroline says. “It was a very unfair situation so we are
delighted with the council’s response - the reduced fees are going to make a huge difference to our business.” In another change, breweries and distilleries that sell alcohol at the cellar door, or remotely through phone or internet sales, will now pay the same for an off-licence as wineries cellar doors. Although the changes will come at a cost to the ratepayer because annual revenue from licensing fees will decrease by about $10,000, chair of the environment and planning committee Stu Bryant says “it’s a really positive move and should help a number of community groups”. “We listened to community feedback and decided to lower the fees for two categories of special licences,” Stu says. “Now it will be fairer and cheaper for community groups and remote off-licence sales.”
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Protesters targeted two local supermarkets over a pay dispute on the weekend, but the use of giant rat to depict the owners of Nelson New World and Pak ‘n Save Richmond has been questioned. The “community protests” were held at both supermarkets on Saturday and Sunday and was organised by members of the First Union, which represents supermarket employees. Around 18 protesters were at New World on Saturday morning and six turned up to the Pak ‘n Save later that day. Organiser Rachel Boyack says most of the protesters were local, however, only a couple were actual employees at the supermarket. She says that’s because it wasn’t an official strike, so employees couldn’t leave their workplace to join it. The union is protesting over pay rates, which they say are less for South Island employees. “These two stores have made no attempt to bargain with the union in good faith. Instead they have played silly games with us. They say South Island workers should not be
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It was a perfect night for Nelson Opera in the Park, with 7500 people turning out to enjoy a first class lineup of New Zealand musicians. The event was once again a huge success, says organiser Pete Rainey. “But you can’t really go wrong, people just love the opportunity to come out and relax in the park and listen to some nice music.” The crowds came bearing blankets, chairs, picnics and a glass of bubbly or two, and settled in for two and a half hours of opera and contemporary style music at Trafalgar Park on Saturday night. Since the councils decision to run Opera in the Park every two years, it has become a much anticipated event, with the public lining up well before the gates opened at 5:30pm to get the best view of the stage and screen. There was no particular crowd favourite amongst the lineup, which included singer Anna Leese, Jared Holt, Jubilation Choir, Jackie Clarke and kiwi icon Dave Dobbyn.
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MOTOR SHOW: Richmond’s Ian Fothergill with his 1947 Ford V8 at the Nelson Motor Show on Saturday. The show got off to a good start on Friday with the Lake Hop and Friday Night Cruz, which beat last year’s record by four cars with 240 entries. The public show then got underway on Saturday and Sunday, attracting hundreds of car owners from clubs around the country, along with several food stalls and trade sites. Ian’s Ford has come a long way since it was picked out of a Belgrove paddock and restored. Although he bought it when the majority of the work had already been done, he has added to its restoration journey in order to keep it on the road, including brakes, tow bar, hub caps and carburettor. Even though it was well rotten when it was found, the Ford still maintains a large part of its original engine which was also restored after 40 years of neglect. Photo: Jessie Johnston.
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e l p o e p d o o f h Y ou r f re s Nelson SPCA volunteer Susan Naysmith, left, and centre manager Donna Walzl and friends, in the new SPCA op shop that opened on Monday. Photo: Simon Bloomberg.
Richmond’s sixth op shop opens The Nelson SPCA opened its second op shop in the region after moving into a new premises in the central business district of Richmond this week. The SPCA has successfully operated an op shop on Vanguard St in Nelson for the last four years and on Monday opened the doors on its second outlet at 273 Queen St. It has moved into the shop previously operated by the Salvation Army’s second-hand store which has moved to another premises on Queen St. Nelson SPCA centre manager Donna Walzl says their Nelson op shop has been “fabulous” and consequently they decided to open another shop in Richmond. She says the Nelson op shop has provided a steady source of revenue to help keep the SPCA operating in the region. “We can’t rely on bequest and donations anymore - they are not enough to keep us going,” Donna says. “The Nelson op shop goes a long way to supporting us so we decided to give this one a go.”
It is the sixth charity to open a second-hand shop in Richmond, which is fast becoming the op shop capital of the top of the South Island. The IHC, Salvation Army, Red Cross, St Vincent de Paul and Nelson Hospice already have second-hand shops in the town. Donna says the shop had a “soft opening” on Monday and they plan to hold an official opening “once we have found our feet in Richmond”. The shop will sell second-hand clothes, kitchenware, homeward, toys and games for children, books and a good range of animal products. Anyone who would like to donate items to the SPCA op shop can phone the shop on 5445751 or the Nelson SPCA headquarters on 547 7171, or drop them off at the shop during opening hours. The SPCA also runs a pick-up service for donated items. The new Richmond shop will be open from 9am to 4pm on weekdays and 10am to 1pm on Saturdays.
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Competition winner Paul Neilan, left, with Stihl Shop Richmond own Grant Blanchet. On Wednesday, local man Paul Neilan was awarded his prize after entering a nationwide Stihl Shop Facebook competition. Then on Saturday, we were at the Nelson Motor Show at Tahuna Beach Holiday Park, the Suburban Club and Nelson Opera in the Park at Trafalgar Centre. Remember, if you’re having a party or event, give us a call and we’ll come and take photos of you and your guests. Call us on 544 9037 or email edito firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Navy ship comes to town to celebrate 75th anniversary The Royal New Zealand Navy ship HMNZS Otago is coming to Nelson on the way home after being in the sub-Antarctic Auckland Islands with Sir Peter Blake Trust programme participants. This will be the first time the Offshore Patrol Vessel has visited Nelson. HMNZS Otago will arrive in Nelson on Saturday, February 20, and will host a public open day from 1pm-5pm. HMNZS Otago which will be in Nelson The Navy says it is a great chance for this weekend. people to find out more about the Navy and a rare opportunity to get up and On Sunday, February 21 at 11:30am, close with one of the Navy’s two patrol there will be a service at the HMS vessels. paint | wallpaper | curtains Neptune | blinds Memorial on Wakefield Quay
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on the playing field at Trafalgar Park, that’s another under-utilised waste of ratepayers money! At least we could get some decent kiwi bacon!! Robert Webber. Tap water tasting funny? Who's tap water tastes disgusting? I'm on Waimea Rd and the water is undrinkable now. I am having to buy water for my daughter to drink, though as she points out two litres of coke is much cheaper to buy. I thought Nelson had a pretty new water treatment plant? Are my rates staying the same even though I am not getting drinkable water? Or is it all part of the grand plan to force Nelson residents to pay for Tasman growers to get their new dam?? Graeme O'Brien. Opera in the Park: We had the souvlaki cart there, was a great night had by all. Corina Mina.
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Playcentres prepare for the Big Play Out Nelson Playcentres Association are holding a Big Play Out to celebrate the value of play this Saturday. Children learn through playing, not through long periods of sitting listening to someone else talk. They want to try it for themselves, experiment, laugh, connect, make sense of the world around them and test their boundaries
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Volunteers wanted for ‘bioblitz’ Kate Russell Nelson nature lovers are invited to come and discover the biodiversity of the Brook Waimarama Sanctuary next weekend, in a 24-hour “bioblitz.” The purpose of the bioblitz, which is being run in conjunction with Friends of the Maitai, is to discover and document what lives in the sanctuary. Scientists and professionals will join members of the public in the blitz which kicks off at 9am next Saturday. Rick Field, project coordinator and educator at the sanctuary, says they will monitor five areas, covering the forest floor, canopy and the Brook Stream. “We’re hoping to monitor fish and bats as there hasn’t been much monitoring done in the heart of the sanctuary,” he says. “But, you never know what’s going to turn up.” Rick is also encouraging people who want to participate to download a free app called ‘iNaturalist’ on their smartphone or tablet. The app allows people to record observations with photos and GPS locations and share them with other users. “The app is the thing that will save a lot of time, as we can record everything,” says Rick. “It will help us collate and catalogue all the observations and gives us a really good overview of what’s there.”
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Mall Chat Rick Field, project coordinator and educator at the Brook Waimarama Sanctuary, ahead of the 24-hour “bioblitz" next weekend. Photo: Kate Russell. Rick is hoping to get schools on board too, with a programme called ‘My School, My Sanctuary,’ and he was at Richmond School last week doing a “mini bioblitz.” “It’s really important just to take notice of the natural world that’s all around us and getting the kids outside in nature to observe,” he says. Rick says they are encouraging the public to attend during daylight hours only, and the late night observations will be left to the professionals. He recommends people come armed with a smart phone or tablet, sensible foot-
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Habitat for Humanity believes that everyone should have a decent place to live and you can do your part for local Habitat housing projects by simply supporting the ReStore, because ‘every sale bangs a nail’. The homes that were dedicated last Saturday were the 22nd and 23rd in the region, which is a great achievement for the not-for-profit organisation and means a number of families are now living in comfortable, healthy homes.
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“We have two lovely homes for two lovely families, and it’s a great feeling to be able to hand over the keys to their brand-new homes,” he says. “We have now helped 23 families into 23 houses in Nelson, and we take a lot of pleasure from that.”
The Ning Ching family, who are the proud new owners of one of the homes, say that they feel “very thankful” for everything that has been done for them. “We have been truly blessed to have been given this opportunity to own our own home,” says husband and father Cung Thla Uk. “When we got the news that we had a Habitat for Humanity home, we were really excited. This is a wonderful thing for my family and we are very happy to be here today.” The proud owners of the other house are the Thian Hlun family, and husband and father John says they are looking forward to moving into their lovely new home. “I would like to express my thanks to Habitat for Humanity and the community who have contributed,” he says. “We are very excited.” The families were presented with native Kowhai trees to plant in their new gardens, and will both be settling into their new homes this week.
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Horses and their riders prepare for one of the equestrian events at the Murchison A& P Show last year. entries, which showcases people’s baking abilities, talents in the garden, and handiwork with wood, or needle and thread. If you’re not one for growing or creating, the shed entries are always an interesting attraction to wander around. They include a huge variety of sections, from vegetables, preserves, eggs, home produce and homemade wine and cheese, to handcrafts, woodwork, art, flowers, photography and, of course, the junior classes. It wouldn’t be an A&P Show without equestrian events and this year the show has had a huge number of entries. So park down by the arena and watch horse and rider put on a show, or gather round for the results of the pasture and dairy classes which were judged prior to the show on the entrants farms. If you’ve finished your picnic and are looking for something else to eat, check out the food court by the entertainment area where a range of delicious hot and cold food stalls will be waiting, along with coffee, ice creams and cold drinks. Make sure you head down to support and enjoy the Murchison A&P Show this weekend at the Murchison Sport, Recreation and Cultural Centre. The gates will open at 9:30am on Saturday, February 20, with the show finishing at 4pm. Entry is just $6 for adults and $4 for
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Brendan Dugan live He’s an icon in New Zealand’s country music industry and he’s going to be in Nelson this Friday for a one-off concert. If you’re a lover of country music, especially the deep rich tones of artists such as Johnny Cash, you will not want to miss the opportunity to enjoy a night of live music from Brendan Dugan. Brendan’s passion for music has been with him since his childhood years, and it was in 1968, on a New Zealand television show that he became a star overnight. Since then he has worked with a number of well known New Zealand musicians and is loved for his baritone sound. As operations manager for Club Waimea, Jan Phipps is thrilled to be able to present this performance to club members and the public, as her first live entertainment act since taking on the role. Brendan
is currently performing at other venues in New Zealand and will be entertaining Richmond on Friday, February 19, from 7pm, his only concert in the top of the South. Alongside fellow country musician, Tony Wellington, Brendan will be performing a collection of Roy Orbison and Johnny Cash songs during a three hour concert. Tickets are available now for just $20, and can be purchased from the Club Waimea office or bar. Tickets will also be available on the night at the door. A courtesy van will be available on the night but bookings are essential, and if you’re thinking of having dinner in the restaurant before the show, please remember to book a table. You don’t have to be a club member to enjoy the concert and families are welcome to attend too.
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Clubs & activities to join at Club Waimea As the New Year has begun all our sports sections are starting up again. Have you thought about becoming a member of Club Waimea and joining one or more of our many sports sections? Cards Darts Fishing Golf Indoor Bowls Pool Rugby Supporters Snooker Squash Texas Hold’em Poker Outdoor Bowls Sioux Line Dance Totsadl RSA RSA Ladies Harmony Chorus Men in Accord NN Motorcycle Group Sun City Rockers
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On Nelson Anniversary weekend a we headed up the Napoleon Hill group of club members gathered in track through the old townships of the Club Waimea carpark ready to Orwell Creek and Napoleon Hill. head off on their annual four wheel This track was slightly hair-raising drive excursion. in spots with a steep This year’s trip took clay downhill track, us through Rainy a bit more rock reRiver into Twynmoval and the need ham station where of the chainsaw to we were taken on a clear the track lead tour of the historic us into the creek Howard Townalong a canyon and ship, including drive through two along the old Buller limestone arches road. From here we that were orgintravelled through ally used to take the Murchison and on gold traces through. towards the West It was a great trip Coast. We turned driving along these, off at Iron Bridge still being able to and headed over hear the wooden the Mackley river beams rumble untrack through sevder the vehicles. eral river crossings. Club Waimea members Then it was back to These required head into the outback dur- Westport and ansome serious rock ing their Nelson Anniversa- other great night at clearing to get the ry weekend four wheel drive McMannus’s. vehicles through excursion. On Monday before unscathed. We came out on Den- we set off for home we went out niston plateau and headed down to the tip head of the Buller River into Westport for a night at Mc- for group photos, then up to DenMannus’s. niston incline for a look around. On Sunday we set off from West- We then went up Mount Rochfort port and headed off to Ahaura, to see the views up and down the where we were taken on a great trip West Coast. Back down to Westthrough some of the old gold mines port for lunch before heading back by Robin and Malcolm. After lunch to Richmond for a debrief.
From the presidents desk Whew! It’s been a really hot month. Congratulations to Jean McKenzie on her selection into the Nelson Women’s outdoor bowls rep team. What a great achievement being in the company of world champion Jo Edwards, and off to play in Wellington soon. Also, well done to Colleen Kempton for organising another successful two day women’s invitation bowls tournament at our bowls club. I would like to thank my Vice President, Kevin McKenzie, on organising the recent clean up working bee, where we were able to off-load unwanted stuff to the dump by the skip-full. To our Operations Manager Jan Phipps, a big thank you for efforts so far in securing bookings for farewells, weddings and the usage of our conference rooms. It has had a positive increase of revenue which is what our club
needs. If you have any ideas re shows, entertainment etc, please contact Jan. All of our sports groups are back after the Xmas - New Year break, so good luck for 2016. I attended the sports and executive meetings last week and we are very lucky to have a group of people with our club’s interests at heart. You will see improvements happening within our club and the executive and board are putting a R&M plan together for our club to go forward. This week we have the Brendon Dugan show. Please support it as this is hopefully the start of many. However, if there is no support, then we will have to try some other form of income for your club. Enjoy your club. Kindest regards, David J Birdling President
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Tournament Winners Richmond Bowling Club held its annual Women’s Invitation two day Tournament last weekend. This tournament is sponsored by NBS - thank you to NBS. Without their sponsorship and the help of many volunteers it would be hard to hold this tournament. 48 women from around the country turned up on Saturday night for the live draw of the team.
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SPORT With the water temperatures averaging a very warm 22 degrees in the bay, it makes fishing a little hard at the moment. Waitangi Day holiday proved to be calm and warm, so we headed to the spat farm to check out the kingfish action, as there is always a chance of a good fight with these fish. Arriving at our destination at 6.45am, we pulled up next to a marker at the edge of the spat farm, and used stick baits and poppers in the water to see if there was any interest. Within the first three casts, a kingfish took the lure and gave our daughter a good fight. Although only a rat, (smaller than the legal 75cm), Sophie enjoyed the thrill of pulling in her first kingfish. It had foul-hooked itself on its back,
so took us a bit to get the lure out before a quick photo and a release back into the water. We trolled a bit to another location, and again what felt like a monster kingi took our lure quickly. However, within three minutes it had pulled itself free, with my brand new lure with it. Frustrating as it was, we kept trying, but had no further luck. We headed back in, and drifted for a few kawahai after coming across a bird work up, and we managed two small fish which will be nice for sashimi tonight. All in all, although we didn’t come back with much, it was a beautiful day on the water. Email us at mail@dawnbreakers. co.nz if you are interested in joining our club.
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Fishing for kingfish in Tasman Bay on Waitangi Day.
A dashing unbeaten 130 by Taylors Contracting Wanderers’ opener Joe O’Connor set up a comprehensive win against Car Company Stoke-Nayland in their Nelson premier oneday club cricket game at the Marsden Rec on Saturday. Joe smashed 10 fours and four sixes in his impressive, matchwinning knock to help Wanderers reach 289 for five in their 50 overs.
Tom Cross also batted well, contributing a typically hardhit 49 that included five sixes. Stoke-Nayland made an encouraging start to their run chase with openers Kurt Pahl (28) and Chris Dittmer (42) but none of the batsmen were able to produce the big innings their team needed to get them across the line. Stoke-Nayland was dismissed for 214 with 1.1 overs remain-
ing. Adam Leonard was the best of the Wanderers bowlers taking three for 34. Dan Cooper took three for 43 and Dean Hawley two for 37. In other games, Athletic College Old Boys beat Nelson College by six wickets at the Botanics and Post Boy Hotel Wakatu beat Bar 321 Waimea Toi Toi United by five wickets at Victory Square.
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you register your team. Coastguard will be in attendance as well to answer all your questions and will have membership packs available on the day. Prizes this year include the heaviest 15 snapper in the open event, top three snapper for the The fourth annual Tasman Bay Snapper Classic female event and prizes will be awarded for top is set to be the biggest and best yet, thanks to three gurnard, kahawai and blue cod. There a change in the rules regarding teams and an is also a prize for the heaviest kingfish on the unbelievable response from sponsors. Unlike day, while the Tasman Bay Snapper Classic previous years in which the event was run as a Teams Champion Trophy is up for grabs. Last business house and club competition, 2016 will but not least is the massive average weight see the Tasman Bay Snapper Classic welcome snapper prize, sponsored by DNA Boats, anyone and everyone to make a team of four Honda Marine, Houston Motors Group, Lion, and head out on the water, or cast out off the SIMRAD, The Speights Ale house, The Sign beach, wharf or Rocks Rd. Shop and many more generous sponsors. If Last year the event raised over $7000 for Speights Ale House owner, Gareth Caldwell and Tasman Bay Snapper Classic you win the $13,500 prize, you’ll take home a Big Brothers Big Sisters, and keeping in the organiser, Troy Dando with the boat prize that will be awarded to whoever boat package that includes a three metre DNA theme of raising money for charities, this catches the average weight snapper. boat and trailer, a 10hp Honda Marine 4 stroke year’s competition is proud to be supporting outboard and a raft of other goodies. If the Coastguard Nelson and the work they do people are welcome to stake out their spot earlier if they wish, weather does pose a problem, the competition saving lives at sea. Once again foundation sponsors SIMRAD, however, like any competition the honesty of those competing will be postponed until the following weekend, so The Speights Ale House, Big Blue Dive and Fish, Hirepool, Port is essential for a day of good clean fun, so head to the Tasman ‘like’ the Tasman Bay Snapper Classic’s Facebook page Nelson Ltd and Ultimate Adventures have led the charge, with Bay Snapper Classic website for a full list of competition rules. and you’ll receive all the updates you need to know. over 40 other fantastic sponsors backing the growing event. Weigh-in will kick off at The Speights Ale House from 12pm This event wouldn’t be possible without the generous If you haven’t already sorted your team, there is still time so and the public are invited to attend and support the event. If sponsors that support it and the hard working people grab some keen fishermen, work out your prime spot and you’ve entered the competition, your entry fee gets you a free behind the scenes. head on line to grab an entry form. Entries are available at meal and drink. Weigh-in finishes at 4pm so you must be in www.tasmanbaysnapperclassic.co.nz and you have until 10pm the queue by then for your catch to be counted. Organisers on Thursday, February 18, to get them in. encourage entrants to donate some of their catch to the fish Fishing kicks off at 5am on Saturday, February 20, although auction which is open to the public and will be part of the main fundraising effort for Coastguard Nelson. There will be fish filleters showing off their skills as they carve up the fresh snapper for the auction, which starts at 5pm, and free McCraes are proud to support fish heads and frames to those that turn up The Tasman Bay Snapper Classic on the day with bags or containers to take them away. Any monetary donations you wish to make will also be much appreciated and can be done on the day, or online when
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Locals win gold at sea swim Nelson man rides NZ for charity Nelson’s Kerry Mathieson (F45-49), Janis Crampton (F55-59), Margaret Johnston (F60-64) and Derek Eaton (70-74) won gold medals in latest round of the New Zealand
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Simon Bloomberg Gordon Sloane is expecting to see some amazing scenery, meet new friends and experience pain and suffering, when he rides in the 3000km Tour Aotearoa cycle ride from Cape Reinga to Bluff starting on Sunday. But what the popular Nelson multisport athlete really hopes to achieve during the epic off-road tour is to raise as much money as possible for the Nelson Tasman Hospice. Gordon is one of the many riders on the tour who is supporting a charity and he is asking people to make a donation to the hospice if he can complete the ride in under 30 days. “When I thought about doing it as a charity ride, the first organisation that came to mind was the hospice,” Gordon says. “I don’t have any links or ties with it - it’s just that they do such a great job for the community.” Gordon is confident he will be able to complete the selfsupported journey in less than 30 days although he knows there will be plenty of challenges along the way. The 3000km route will traverse some of the country’s remotest roads and tracks as well as many of the new cycle ways, including the Tasman Great Taste Trail. “I’ve been training for about three months and done some really long rides to get up to speed. But there’s also things like the weather to contend with. When I did one of my training rides through the Rainbow, it was so windy I had to walk my bikes across
Nelson cyclist Gordon Sloane will be joining 300 riders in the 3000km Tour Aotearoa cycle from Cape Reinga to Bluff. Photo: Simon Bloomberg.
the bridges because I was worried about getting blown into the river. “But that didn’t help because it was so windy it blew my bike off the ground. I had to lie across it to hold it down - it was incredible.” Gordon has set-up a new titanium-framed bike especially for the tour and it includes extra water bottle holders, aerobars and bags that fit neatly into the bike’s frame to make it more aerodynamic. The whole set-up, including a tent, sleeping bag and spare clothes, weighs 25kg. Gordon says all riders must carry a spot tracker and their progress can be followed on a web-site touraotearoa.nz. Riders also have to take a selfie with their bikes at 30 specified locations and send it to the race organisers to “prove they
were there”. Gordon starts in the first of three waves of 100 riders at Cape Reinga on Sunday. The second wave leaves on February 23 and the third on February 26 to avoid congestion at the Hokianga Harbour ferry crossing, which is one of five boat rides included in the tour. If anyone wants to donate to Gordon’s hospice ride email firstname.lastname@example.org for details of a bank account. Gordon is covering all of his own expenses for the tour and all donations will be paid to the hospice. Another Nelson cyclist, Jill Clendon, is also fundraising during the ride, nominating Achilles International NZ as her charity.
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Mike Pero Nelson Giants captain Sam Dempster joined forces with his two younger brothers, Aaron and Nathan, to win the Burger King 3x3 Quest Tour three-on-three basketball tournament at the Tahunanui Beach Reserve tennis courts on Saturday. The Dempster’s Team Stoke won the open men’s final played in hot, sunny conditions against Team James Anderson 22-10, to secure a place in the national final of the series in Auckland’s Aotea Square on April 2. The winner of that tournament will receive an all expenses paid trip to the World Tour Masters in Beijing. “It seemed to be a good day out,” Nelson Basketball Association general manager Pete McNae says. “There were 22 teams and there were very good numbers through the teenage boys and girls, although there were no entries in the open women section, which was a bit disappointing.” The Burger King 3x3 Quest Tour was making its third stop in Nelson in the last three years, with another seven events scheduled throughout the country before the national final in April. Yung’s Jordan Lindbom, Sam Seelen and Tony Jenkins beat 2K’s Max Darling, Josh Friend, Lachie McNae and Emil Friend in a tight under-18 boys’ final 11-10. Sparklers won the under-14 girls grade. Warriors won the under-14 boys. The Girls won the under-16 girls. Another One won the under-16 boys and 1910 won the under-18 girls.
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ADVENTURE RACING: Nelson's Elina Ussher secured her third Coast to Coast Longest Day title by winning the women's multisport race in 13hours, 32minutes, 41seconds on Saturday. Elina had won the race in 2010 and 2012. Nelson's Brent Edwards finished sixth in the men's race in 12hr 43min 41sec while David Ayre was ninth in 13hr 3min 20sec. Joe MacIntyre won the M50-59 race in 14hr 3min 5sec while Tim Bygate finished in 16hr 47min 59sec.
RUNNING: Nelson runner Phil Costley won the Buller Gorge Half Marathon race on Saturday in a fast 1hr 12min 9sec. John Rudge won the M60-69 half marathon in 1hr 26min 51sec while Stu Cottam was second in the full marathon in 2hr 59min 48sec.
CYCLING: Robin Reid completed a double in the Tasman Wheelers club champs held at the weekend, winning Saturday's time trial in 32min 37sec before taking out Sunday's road race in 1hr 54min 43sec, 2min 57sec ahead of Chris Sharland. Britta Martin won Saturday's senior women's time trial and finished second in a sprint finish to Karen Fulton in the road race.
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Community Events Keeping you in touch
StokE RichmoND WomEN’S BuSiNESS NEtWoRkiNg gRoup meets last Wednesday every month, starting 24 Feb.. Email email@example.com for details. No cost. myStERy iNk iS Back! It is a free book club for all avid readers aged 1218. Come along on 18th Feb, Richmond Library, Constance Barnicoat Room, 3.45 to 4.45pm. Ph 03 543 8500. Do you ENjoy REaDiNg & talkiNg aBout BookS? Our Tasman Talks Titles book group might be what you’re looking for. Join us at Richmond Library on Wednesday 17 Feb., 3.00pm – 4.00pm. playgRoup FREE pluNkEt oxFoRD St Richmond Morning Tea provided Mondays during school term 9.30 - 11.30am Ph: Angela 0274441546 alzhEimERS & DEmENtia iNFo. drop in session, Richmond Library Wednesday 24 Feb. 9.30-11.00am. Staff from Alzheimers Nelson will be in the library to answer your questions. No bookings required. Free. NElSoN SaVagE cluB VaRiEty SHOW at Mapua Hall on Mon Mar. 21 at 1.30 pm. Tickets: $10 (includes Afternoon tea). PH: Anne 5472660 or Philipa 5477022. FREE lESSoN. lEaRN to play coNtRact BRiDgE. A game for all ages. A lot of competitive fun & a great challenge for the mind. The first lesson is free on the 10th March 7:00pm 2016 at the Richmond Bridge club 348 lower Queen St. Richmond. Register your interest at firstname.lastname@example.org or text 021 395597. playgRoup - SalliES play caFE RichmoND: at The Salvation Army, 57
Oxford St on Fridays during school term 9.30am - 11.30am. Bring morning tea for your own child(ren). Fun, Friendship & a Cuppa provided. Gold coin donation. Contact Vanessa 027 444 6976 RichmoND cREatiVE FiBRE- meet at Birch Hall, Richmond showgrounds, 2nd, 3rd & 4th Thursdays 9.30am for Spinning,knitting, Felting &weaving. Contact Dianne 5449982 toaStmaStERS Improve your social confidence by learning the art & skills of public speaking. There are 4 Toastmasters Clubs in Nelson & Motueka. For info contact June 022-018-0853 neatjun@ yahoo.co.nz alliaNcE FRaNcaiSE Join us on Fridays, 4:00-5:45 pm at La Gourmandise, 276 Hardy St., for informal French conversation. All welcome whatever your level of French. See http://www.afnelsontasman.org/ motuEka BayS maSoNic loDgE next meets on Wednesday 24th. Feb. at 7-30 p.m. All enquiries welcome to 528 4080 or 547 7116. tiNy totS, fun for preschoolers & their carers with stories, music & movement. Tuesdays 10-10.30am. Free. Children’s Area, Richmond Library. Tel 543 8500. thE tREaSuRE Box: featuring & vast array of locally handcrafted items. Unique & affordable. Open Tuesday till Sunday from 10am until 4 pm until 26 February at 14 Whitby Way, Wakefield. Facebook. FRESh FocuS will be starting this year on Monday 29 Feb 10-11 am at the Suburban Club 168 Tahunanui Drive. Everyone welcome. Entry $2. StokE mEthoDiSt BiBlE claSS (1970-1983) REUNION: Easter Sunday 27 March 2016. A get together, tea, &
evening worship service are planned to be held in the Stoke Methodist Church complex. For expressions of interest please ph Rev Max Hornblow 540 2718. If you know of former members - please tell them of this reunion. ExpERiENcE aDult colouRiNgiN for creativity & calm. Not just for children, colouring-in for adults is the new craze. All materials supplied. 2-23 February, Motueka & Richmond Libraries. tiNy totS, fun for preschoolers & their carers with stories, music & movement. Tuesdays 10-10.30am. Free. Children’s Area, Richmond Library. Tel 543 8500. BEttER BREathiNg 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 & a supportive group. $2 per class. yoga & BElly DaNcE claSSES with Debbie Sumner. Yoga on Monday & Friday mornings in Stoke & Brightwater. Zenda Belly Dance on Monday/ Wednesday & Thursday evenings throughout the Nelson & Tasman area. Contact for details dbsumner@xtra. co.nz or ph 0276890558. 2016 EDucatioNal gRaNt available for mature female students undertaking full time tertiary study for the first time. Application forms available from: Secretary, Soroptimist International Club of Waimea, email siwaimea@ siswp.org SENioR chEF - Beginning Wed 17 Feb. for 8 weeks. This course is free to those 65years & older who live alone or with a spouse/partner & who are want to know more about cooking for 1 or 2. For info. & to enroll ph Annette 5447071 kayakiNg. RiVER kayakiNg
VoluNtEERiNg With Nz RED cRoSS., fun & rewarding & gives you an opportunity to work in a team & experience new cultures. A Refugee Support Volunteer Training Course starts 10 Feb. For info jettie.zeestraten@redcross. org.nz or 548 4978 BEttER BREathiNg claSS – RichmoND 1st Tuesday eachmonth at 10.30 at Oakwoods Village, Lower Queen St, Richmd. Starts 2 Feb. Light exercise with focused breathing & a supportive group. $2 per class. Richmond petanque group We welcome new players. We play each Tues a.m. at Hope. No kit needed or skill. Token payment only but first vist is FREE to see if you like us & enjoy the game. We’d love to meet you. David 455-0416. WomEN SiNgERS (especially lower register) are invited to try barbershop a cappella with Nelson Bays Harmony. Thurs. 7 – 10 pm Club Waimea, 345 Lower Queen St, Richd. Ph: Trish, 544 8876 for info , www.nelsonharmony. org.nz have you ever thought of becoming a volunteer? Are you a community organisation looking for volunteers, training, info or advice? website www. volunteernelson.org.nz ph 546 7681. 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. coffee/playgroup Start Friday 15 Jan. Every Friday 10am - 12noon. Hope Community entre (opp Ranzau school) Newborns to school age Morning tea REgulaR EVENtS BaDmiNtoN, Veterans Badminton provided $2 per family after first visit Club welcomes intermediate players – Contact Fiona Ph: 5446525 Thurs 7.30pm Stoke Memorial Hall
couRSE, 17-21 Feb 2016. Nelson Canoe Club. Application deadline 10 Feb. For more info and application form call 03-547-2838 or email email@example.com. taSmaN coaStal playERS iNc pRESENtS -The Umpire Strikes Back. Written by Simon Denver, Directed by: Haidee Janetzki. .Auditions Actors/ Dancers/Singers 16+. Tues. 22 March 7pm— Playhouse Cafe Theatre, Mapua. Show dates: June 23-26 2016 at the Playhouse. Register your interest or for info text: 021410989 yoga - Come & enjoy the benefits of Hatha Yoga. Yoga Postures, Breathing Techniques, Relaxation. All levels welcome. Mondays, Lord Rutherford Hall, by Snowden’s Bush Brightwater (near soccer grounds). 2 classes 5 -6 :15 pm & 6:30-7:45pm. Bring mat & blanket. $7/class casual or 8 class ticket for $50. Teacher: Jeanette Ida. NZ Registered Physiotherapist, Member of IntYogaTeachersAssoc. tRaiN aS a citizENS aDVicE BuREau VoluNtEER. Every shift is different. Get info. from CAB 9 Paru Paru Rd., ph 5482117 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Applications close Friday 12 Feb. . SalliES hEalth & liFEStylE pRogRammE. Free individual health checks 9:30-11:30. Free group health talk 12.30-1:30. Tuesday – Families, Thursday – Older People. No need to book. The Salvation Army, 57 Oxford St. Phone Ros 544 8140.
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Tasman Resource Management Plan Proposed Plan Change 60 Rural Land Use And Subdivision Policy Review
Request for Information Arboricultural Maintenance Services within Tasman District
The Council has prepared amendments to the Tasman Resource Management Plan, known as Proposed Plan Change 60: Rural Land Use and Subdivision Policy Review. This Plan Change reviews and updates the policy and rules for rural land use and subdivision. The proposed amendments ensure greater protection of productive capacity, allow for flexibility of use and maintain rural character – while offering greater choices for landowners. Submissions Any person may make a submission on any part of any of the proposed Change. Submissions can be sent to the Environmental Policy Manager, Tasman District Council, Private Bag 4, Richmond 7050 to be accepted by the Council until 4.00 pm on Monday 14 March 2016. Submission forms are available as indicated below under “Availability of Proposed Changes”. Submissions must be in writing, clearly indicating support or opposition to the provisions, the decision that the submitter wishes the Council to make (with reasons), whether or not the submitter wishes to be heard in support of the submission and an address for service or contact address. Consideration of Proposed Amendments After submissions have closed, the Council will publish a summary of all decisions requested by submitters. There will be a further period of 10 working days within which further submissions in support of or opposition to those submissions made may be sent to the Council. The Council will then hold hearings on all submissions and all submitters may be heard. After the Council considers the submissions and makes its decisions, any submitter who is not satisfied with the decision has the right of appeal to the Environment Court. Availability of Proposed Amendments The proposed amendments are available to view at the Council’s Richmond office; Motueka, Takaka and Murchison service centres; Richmond, Motueka and Takaka libraries; or online at www.tasman.govt.nz/link/trmp-proposed-changes. Submission forms are also available. For more information or advice on these amendments, please contact Mary Honey, Ph. 03 543 8397 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Update Pages to the Plan Update No. 53 to the Plan, consisting of amendments to the text and maps, will be available as soon as possible. For enquiries concerning the update or availability of the Plan, please contact Pam Meadows, Ph. 03 543 8581 or Email: email@example.com or one of the Customer Services staff.
Tasman District Council is establishing a Supplier Panel for Arboricultural Maintenance Services within the District. If a contractor wishes to be considered for any of the Council’s future arborist work they will need to be prequalified on the Supplier Panel. To be considered for the supplier panel contractors will be established companies with qualified arborists as team leaders. Application forms are available from Tara Fifield on, Ph. 03 543 8400 or Email: Tara.Fifield@tasman.govt.nz. Applications close on Friday 26 February 2016 and must be at Council by 4.00 pm on that day. For further information, please contact: Beryl Wilkes on, Ph. 03 5438391, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Glenn Thorn on, Ph. 03 5438465, Email: email@example.com
Roading Proposed Road Closures The following roads are proposed to be closed to ordinary vehicles for the periods and times indicated below. Objections can be lodged at: Tasman District Council, 189 Queen Street, Richmond:
Sprig & Fern Summer Harvest Fare Friday 18 March 2016, 2.30 pm to 11.00 pm, Sundial Square and Croucher Street from Queen Street to McGlashen Avenue. Objections close: 19 February 2016.
Nelson Drag Racing Saturday 26 March 2016 (rain date Sunday 27 March 2016), 7.30 am to 4.00 pm, Queen Victoria Street, from King Edward Street to Green Lane. Objections close: 26 February 2016.
National Advanced Drivers School – Driver Training 30 March 2016, 31 March 2016 and 1 April 2016 from 10am to 11am, 12 noon to 1pm and 2.30pm to 3.30pm on each of these days, Marchwood Park Road, Motueka. Objections Close: 2 March 2016.
Nelson Car Club – Rally Sprint
Temporary reservations and speed limit uplifting for maritime events. Pursuant to provisions of the Navigation Safety Bylaw 2015, the Tasman District Council Harbourmaster has (or may soon) grant authorisations for the following known events during the upcoming holiday period. Other events may also occur during this time but the Harbourmaster has not yet received further applications.
Sunday 17 April 2016, 9.30am to 7.00pm, Tadmor-Glenhope Road – 4.3km north of the intersection with Kohatu-Kawatiri Highway (SH6) to 2.7km south of the intersection with Tui and Kereu Roads. Objections Close: 12 March 2016.
27 – 28 February 2016
Power Boat Regatta
5 – 6 March 2016
Classic Boat Show
Agendas and Minutes for Council Meetings can be viewed on Council’s website at www.tasman.govt.nz
Due to Navigation Safety requirements, water users not involved in these events may be excluded from defined areas during these activities. Notices will be placed at nearby access points during these events. Further details for these and any new events may be viewed at www.tasman.govt.nz/recreation/boating-fishing/special-events-and-activities
Intention to Prepare Management Plan for Moturoa/Rabbit Island You are invited under s.41(5) Reserves Act 1977 to send written suggestions to Tasman District Council on the proposal to prepare a management plan for the recreation and local purpose (plantation) reserves on Moturoa/Rabbit Island, Rough Island and Birds Island. Written suggestions need to be lodged with Council (c/- Strategic Policy) by 29 February 2016. Information about the natural/historic/recreational/other resources of the reserves is available on the Tasman District Council website (search for Moturoa/Rabbit Island).
Richmond 03 543 8400 Murchison03 523 1013
Motueka 03 528 2022 Takaka 03 525 0020
Full Council Tasman Council Chambers, 189 Queen Street, Richmond, Thursday 18 February 2016, 9.30 am. Public forum Community Development Committee Tasman Council Chambers, 189 Queen Street, Richmond, Thursday 18 February 2016, 2.30 pm or at conclusion of Full Council. Public forum Commercial Subcommittee Tasman Council Chambers, 189 Queen Street, Richmond, Friday 26 February 2016, 3.00 pm. No public forum Engineering Services Committee Tasman Council Chambers, 189 Queen Street, Richmond, Thursday 3 March 2016, 9.30 am. Public forum Full Council Tasman Council Chambers, 189 Queen Street, Richmond, Thursday 3 March 2016, 1.30 pm or at conclusion of Engineering Services Committee. No public forum
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Reginald Garnet Hastings,
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Peacefully passed at home on Sunday 7 February 2016. Now free of pain and suffering. Dearly loved mother of Brendan (Harry) and Veona (Vee) & mother in law of Richard, much loved Nana of Chase and Liana, loved sister & sister in law of Jossie & Gloria Murray (Nthn Ireland) and wife of the Late Nichol (Nick) Harrison. According to her wishes Anisy’s Tasman Funeral Home has held a private cremation for Violet. Messages to Vee, 1 Alyson Place Stoke.
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Passed away on 10 February 2016, in his 102nd year at Oakwoods Resthome, Richmond. Beloved husband of the Late Patricia and treasured father and father in law of tony & Kate, Suzanne & Jeff and Judy & Dan. Devoted grandfather of Leanne, Michael, David B, Sam, Nicholas and David H. Loved great grandfather of Rebecca, Hannah, Isabella, Ryan and Lauryn. He gave all of us 101.11 wonderful heart years. The family would like to thank the caring staff at Oakwoods, who have known Hastings for many years. In accordance with his wishes Anisy’s Tasman Funeral Home has held a private cremation for Hastings. Anisy’s Tasman Funeral Home, Richmond, Nelson (03) 544 1129
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ChurCh NotiCes Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Parish, Richmond Saturday Vigil 7.00pm Richmond Church 35 William Street Sunday 8.00am St Joseph’s Pitfire Road, Wakefield 9.30am Richmond Church 5.00pm Last Sunday of every month St’s Peter & Paul Moutere Highway All Welcome! Ph 544 8987 www.richmondcatholic.co.nz
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Sunday at 10am
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Sunday Service at Richmond 9.15am Cup of tea to follow.
Every Sunday 10.00am
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Meeting Sunday 10.30am Ellis St, Brightwater
(Plunket Rooms, next to Petrol Station)
Contact Dean 544 5784
Enquiries Ph 544-8394
We’d love to see you there
Holy Trinity Anglican Church 27 Dorset St, Richmond Phone 544-8844
271 Songer St, Stoke Sunday 9.45am
Sunday 21 February 9.00am Morning Worship 10.30am Praise on the Hill Theme: Rocks on the road 4.00pm Messy Church All Welcome
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Building or renovating? We can help Trends Kitchens can make your dream kitchen a reality
100% acrylic solid surface benchtops Acrylic bench tops were once considered an expensive luxury, but TriStone is an affordable choice for any home. Trends Kitchens are proud to offer this premium product fabricated to your unique specifications. TriStone benchtops come in a beautiful range of colours, and can be custom made to fit your kitchen. The surface resists heat, stains and bacteria, so you can be confident including it in your home. www.tristone.co.nz
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Local people with local knowledge Our talented team of kitchen designers and skilled joiners can help turn your ideas into the perfect custom made kitchen for your home. We scour the globe to find the best products for a home youâ€™ll love to live in.
Trends Kitchens Nelson 21 Bolt Road, Tahunanui, Nelson Phone: (03) 546 5155 www.trendskitchens.co.nz
Waimea Weekly 17-02-16