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Airport’s best ever month

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Nelson Airport has recorded its busiest month ever, with a whopping 22 per cent increase on passenger numbers from the same time last year. That saw 78,509 people either fly in or out of the airport during January and follows on from a record December the month before. But it wasn’t the only good news the airport announced this week, 2015 was also a record year, with 778,384 passengers passing through the airport. It beat 2014 by more than 10,000 passengers. Three new airlines to the region is the major reason for the huge jump in passenger numbers, but it is putting pressure on the airport’s infrastructure. Plans for a new airport ter-

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Grandma and granddaughter celebrate their 18th birthdays just days apart Simon Bloomberg

minal are progressing well for a 2018 opening, but Nelson Airport manager Rob Evans says they couldn’t wait that long for a car park upgrade due to the terminal’s heavy use. “The front of the terminal is really quite dangerous at the moment. There’s a lot of mixed traffic going on, with people trying to jostle around. There’s a high volume of people trying to cross the crossing to the short term car parking and it’s actually becoming a real health and safety issue.” So the current short term parking will become more space for rental cars, where demand has dramatically jumped. The short term parking will move to a section of the current long term parking section.

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Jean Young and her granddaughter Holly Young. Both will celebrate their 18th birthday this week. Photo: Andrew Board.

Not too many teenage girls celebrate the same birthday on the same day as their grandmother but that’s exactly what happened when Stoke’s Holly Young and her nana Jean Young blew out the candles on their 18th birthday cake on Sunday. That may sounds a bit like a game show riddle but there’s actually a perfectly good explanation with Jean being born on a leap day back in 1944. Although the East Taieri grandmother is actually turning 72, she will officially be celebrating her 18th birthday alongside Holly who turns a slightly younger version of 18 on February 22. “We’ll both be 18 so we’ll be old enough to go have a drink in the pub to celebrate,” Jean joked. “The girls all think it’s a great laugh.” Holly says “it’s awesome” that she is sharing her 18th birthday with her grandmother and admits she has had a few strange looks

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A dedicated zone for public drop offs – separate to where taxis and shuttles pick up – will be created. Rob says the other major factor for the change was the “outdated” ticket system. “It’s constantly breaking down and it’s become untenable for us. It already well past its useful life, it’s a constant source of frustration and complaints by customers.” He says the new ticketing system is “top of the range” and will be recycled when the new terminal is built. The new terminal will be a complete rebuild and see the car parks jump from the current 650 to 1200. Rob says the huge increase in passengers this summer highlights the need for a new terminal. “Even before this summer, the new terminal was certainly on the radar and it is a project that certainly needs to be done. The growth we’ve had this summer has accentuated that need.”

Grandma and her granddaughter turn 18 FROM PAGE 1 when she tells her friends about it. “They look at me like I’m joking but then they usually work it out,” Holly says. It was the second time Jean has shared a birthday celebration with one of her granddaughters. Four years ago Jean turned 17 in the same year as Holly’s older sister Jess. Jean, who has six grandchildren including five granddaughters, says she gave Holly a silver locket for her birthday. “I’ve always given them some money for their birthdays up until they turn 18 and then I get them a silver locket,” Jean says. “But after that, they are on their own - they are old enough to look after themselves.” Although Jean is turning 72, Holly’s mum Rebecca says her mother-in-law could easily pass for an 18-year-old.

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They came, they saw, they thrilled. The New Zealand Warriors – lead for the final time by their home-town skipper Simon Mannering – delighted a stellar 9200 crowd at Trafalgar Park on Saturday, despite the hosts suffering a decisive 46-10 loss against Sydney’s St George Illawarra Dragons. But it wasn’t about the score; the event itself was a huge success. The Dragons arrived in Nelson on Monday for the NRL pre-season game and spent the week interacting with local schools, charities and sports teams. The Warriors also spent time meeting locals, with visits to Richmond Mall, schools and a charity dinner at McCashin’s on Thursday night. The match was organised by the fledging Trafalgar Events, owned by Aldo Miccio

Nelson’s Simon Mannering leads the Warriors out for the final time as captain, at Trafalgar Park on Saturday. and Barry Galbraith. Both men gave the event an emphatic thumbs up. “It was an amazing day. The crowd loved it, the teams loved it. It was fantastic,” said Aldo after the match. In the crowd, people came from far and wide: Greymouth, Wellington, Blenheim, Christchurch. “It’s the greatest thing ever, I used to live in Auckland so we used to go to all the

games,” says Greg Williams of Nelson. Blenheim’s Tez Hardwick was enjoying the day. “We’re all Warriors fans, we’re not enjoying the score but we’re definitely enjoying the occasion.” Aldo says they are hoping to bring the Warriors back to Nelson, if not next year then the year after. “Now we need to sit down with both teams. But the players and management loved it and want to come back, but it’s just a matter of schedules.” Both he and Barry say watching the Mad Butcher, Sir Peter Leitch, land on the ground in a helicopter before kickoff was a highlight, as they surprised him by flying his grandson down from Auckland for the game. The other highlight, they say, was watching Simon Mannering lead the team onto Trafalgar Park. “There were so many highlights,” says Aldo. “But those were special.”

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Here are some stories from www. Family rescued from flooded river: A couple and their nine-month-old baby were rescued from their stranded vehicle after it was trapped in the flooded Waimea River late Wednesday evening. Nelson Surf Lifesavers Aaron Lyttle and Marcus Gardner responded, pulling the family out of their 4WD and returning them to safety at about 10.30pm. “It was all on, they got caught in a flash flood and got stuck on an island between the stock bank and the river, so we went and got them out,” says Aaron. “We launched the IRB (inflatable rescue boat) off the Lower Queen St stock bank and went up the overflow in the dark. We had to cut a couple of fences to get through but we got them into the IRB, strapped lifejackets on them and wrapped them up in blankets.” “They were still a bit shaken up and nervous, especially with the young one, but we got them back and into the ambulance. “They certainly made the right decision to call for help, it would have been extremely risky in the dark and with a young baby, it could have gone pearshaped quickly.”

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Police find abandoned present: Santa is either coming very late or extremely early for one young child. Police are on the hunt for the owner of a rocking horse, wrapped in Christmas wrapping paper and found abandoned on Salisbury Road last Thursday. Police are requesting that anyone who knows who the gift was intended for, to contact the Richmond Police Station.

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Huge crowd for Brightwater wine and food festival Wine and music were flowing as over 4000 locals filed into Sunday’s Brightwater Wine & Food Festival, armed with umbrellas, picnic blankets and an endless sea of sunscreen. Middle Earth Vineyard played host to the annual festival once more and was joined by the Mussel Inn, Waimea Estate, Millcrest Wines, Dale’s Brewing and other local vineyards, breweries and food stalls. Brightwater's Marian Goodman lives only a stone’s throw from the event. “This is our fourth year coming, it’s such a cool community event and I only have to walk across the road.” Organiser Kevin Gear says Sunday’s festival was a dream. “It was a great day with no trouble, the weather was fantastic, the venue looked superb and everyone was just enjoying the music, food, wine and beer.” Kevin says the big winner was the camper vans, “We had around 50 turn up from all around New Zealand and they had a great time.” For the first time, the festival opened its gates to motorhomes, offering a free stay amongst the vineyards. Noel and Barb Bain, who travelled up from Oamaru with Raewyn and Terry Thorpe, made the most of the festival’s new addition. “It was a good stay last night, everyone had a good time and it was very sociable,” says Terry. The group had never been to the festival before but said they were having a great time and recommended the Middle Earth wines.

BRIGHTWATER WINE AND FOOD FESTIVAL: Nelson's Anna Thompson and Brightwater’s Marian Goodman enjoy a glass of the crowd-favourite Middle Earth Rose at Sunday’s Brightwater Wine & Food Festival. To view our photo gallery from the festival, visit www.nelsonlive. co.nz. Photo: Brittany Spencer.

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On March 1st 1986, hundreds of Nelsonians waited outside the big red apple on Atawhai Drive to celebrate the official opening of Founders Heritage Park. Three decades on, and it is still one of the region’s bestloved family attractions. The park is celebrating its 30th birthday this Sunday with a garden party, which Facility Manager Maria Anderson says will be “a nod to the opening day” with ‘jazz, cheese and beer.’ The family-friendly event will also feature lawn games, a story time tent, free birthday cake, and people can bring their own picnic. Founders Park was first mooted back in the 1970s when the Newman family, founders of the Newman Brothers coaching firm, generously donated $50,000 for the development of a regional transport museum. In 1977, a Board of Trustees was established, and during the following year Nelson City Council approved the

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Nelson City Council’s Heritage Facilities Manager Maria Anderson gets ready for Founders Park’s 30th birthday with key personnel, Dave Johnston, Jack Harvey, Sarah Newman-Watt and Gill Shaw. Photo: Kate Russell. land for the park. The 1982 concept plans illustrated a very different park to what was built, with the entrance at North Road. During the early years of development, historic buildings were relocated to the park and others were replicated, with over 20,000 items being donated by the Nelson community. The 1986 opening celebrated ‘stage one’ of the development - this was before the railway line, windmill or energy centre were there, but they were built shortly after-

wards. Stages two and three of the park were staggered over the following years. Maria, who has been there for eight years, says the popularity of the park continues to grow, with a regular schedule of well-known events including the Founders Book Fair, MarchFest, Evolve Festival and many others. “For the next two months The Granary is fully booked to host weddings, and we also now have 24 tenants here which gives us a living, breathing park,” she says. “Some tenants have brought

their history with them, such as the Duncan family and their six generations of brewing, which fits incredibly well into the whole experience.” Maria says they still aim to follow the founding “key” philosophies, which include being a family-focused attraction and a versatile and multi-use place. She also says she has put a lot of time into developing displays, which have lifted the look and feel of the park. Organisers will also be commemorating the park’s place in the community over the last thirty years by asking people to share their memories of the park. During March, Founders will be collecting these memories and encourage people to bring photos into the windmill, post them on the Founders Facebook page, or bring them to the birthday bash. Founders Heritage Park 30th Birthday Garden Party, Sunday 28 February, 12-4pm. Entry $2, children under 16 free. If the weather is wet, the event will move into the Energy Centre.

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to put bait jars down simultaneously. “It only takes one or two households to resist and you don’t get rid of the infestation, it just stays there and will spread out again. The ants can advance 160 metres a year.” Andrew says they are currently trialling versions of the bait locally, and they hope to hold a meeting in Tahunanui soon to see if there is support for a strategy to tackle the problem in a new and more effective way. “You have to think of it as a war, not a battle,” says Andrew. “The ants only landed here in 2001 and have been on the march since, but we have the opportunity to try to knock them back. In 10 years time we won’t have the opportunity to do anything - now we still have hope.” If you are interested in finding out more, please contact Judy at Tahunanui Community Centre on (03) 548 6036 or look out for the Centre’s updates on Facebook and Neighbourly.

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concentrations, but it would kill the working ants straight away so wouldn’t have a chance to bring the bait back to kill the queens, which is what we need to do. But this low dose bait will allow the worker ants to return to the nest with the bait and get it into the colonies.” Andrew says the reason Argentine ants have established themselves so strongly in Nelson is because they have multiple queens and form ‘supercolonies.’ And it’s a problem which Nelsonians risk “turning a blind eye to.” They both say the ants are very concentrated in parts of Nelson, especially The Wood and Panorama Drive, but are widely found in the region and can be spread in potting mix. Some believe that they could even get into the beech forests, where they could potentially cause an even greater risk. “I think we’ve only just woken up to the fact that they’ve landed,” he says. “As the Council's handout warns us, they have the potential to

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Golden Downs’ place in the region’s forestry industry is as big as the 33,000 hectares it covers, and now a group of former forestry workers want to make sure that history is accessible to more people. In 1927, a large exotic forest planting programme was put in place at Golden Downs Forest. Two decades later, in 1946, construction of a new village began at Valley Road and in 1951 the woodsman training school opened its doors. The group of ex forestry workers say the history of the past community will be on display for anyone to read about, complemented by a number of historical photographs. “The village is part of Nelson's forestry history and we want people to go there and understand that there was a viable community there,” says John Ward. The village incorporated around 27 houses and was home to the administration staff that oversaw the whole forestry operation. The village even included a hall, a post office, rugby ground, shop, a large mechanical workshop, medical clinic and a population of around 270. Meanwhile, the woodsmen were accommodated in two large hostels and, in the 30 years it operated, 1050 passed through as junior woodsman,

half of those graduating. When John and fellow forest ranger Don Cooper retired in the early 1990s, they both decided to write a history of the forest, published in 1997, and then around five years ago the suggestion was made to John to create an information board on the original village site. “The reason we didn't proceed with it was we were worried about vandalism, so we shelved it. However, Reid Mallinson, an ex-woodsman from Murchison, was very keen to get things going so he got us focused and we decided to go ahead and do it,” says John. Along with Doug Ashford and Denis Wastney, the group has organised for two information panels to be created with an informal unveiling to take place on the weekend of March 19

and 20. The weekend will also include a reunion of ex forestry workers, including a trip to Higgins Heritage Park where a display of the old woodsman school and village memorabilia will be on show, including photos dating back to 1954. After the unveiling on Saturday, March 19, both two metre by 800mm information panels will be available for everyone to view, visible from the WaiIti/St Arnaud Rd. The group wishes to thank Signs and Graphics for the work they've done putting the panels together and the Cameron family on whose land the panels will be erected, along with Willie Cameron for his help and expertise. Anyone wishing to attend the informal unveiling can contact Denis Wastney on 545 7299.

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Drones giving new perspective on our city Camera drones have given photographers access to shots usually only attainable by those with enough money to hire a helicopter – and the results are spectacular. There are several commercial operators in Nelson, but one local man who has been taking some spectacular shots of our region says, for him, it started as a hobby. “In my work, Toby I operate Harvey. underwater vehicles by remote control, basically submarines under the sea,” says Toby Harvey. “So when I first heard of drones I thought I’d already have a head start.” Toby works at sea for long periods, but it also means he is home in Nelson for long periods. He says his first drone took a few hits but he now has the latest in 4k drone technology and is using it for good. He’s already captured a

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that I’d be sweet as. You have to be pretty good with your peripheral vision and know what’s around.” Toby says that now he’s mastered the drone he’s keen for some commercial work. “I’ve been helping out mates to get my name out there but I’m hoping to start getting some paying clients. It’s a good wee side business

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Pat Campbell I have a history of heart attacks and cardiac arrests. The Lord has shepherded me through them all and I have enjoyed a very good recovery. However in cold conditions and during exertion I usually got some chest pain through angina. This limited my walks on cold days to less than a kilometre if a slope was involved. I had prayer

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for a heart condition on Thursday night and on Friday morning I walked about three times my usual distance in frosty conditions and up steep hills. I got puffed but had no chest pain. I repeated the exercise on Saturday and Sunday without problems. Praise the Lord! Murray Clarkson (77)

My girl (10yrs) because of the genetic condition she has, had been suffering excruciating pain in her knees. Doctors said she would need at least 3 surgeries on her knees between now and 15yrs old. Every night she would wake at least 3 times screaming in pain. Well last night she never woke once! I asked her this morning “are your knees mamae(sore) and she says “nope”. Our God is so awesome! Our saviour,

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day will include skills lessons, games and a coaching course. Regional development officer, George Campbell says they will also be engaging members of the Tasman United Women’s premier league side to act as supplementary coaches for the day. The girls and women’s day will Tasman United Women’s Mainland Premier League squad at pre season start at 10am with participants training last week. aged 6-10, and will progress to ages 16 and over later on, with a goal keeping taking on a coaching role or region's future in the sport. session at 2:30pm. The coaching course will start who wish to improve their skills. For the first time in 20 years, at 10:30am for people who are contemplating The training session is free for Nelson will have a team competing everyone and people of all levels in the ASB Premiership League, the are welcome to turn up on the day, national men’s league comprising just remember to bring suitable eight teams, which will run from footwear and a drink bottle. November until March next year. While the local leagues start on Nelson Bays Football’s previous April 2, there are plenty of things successes with development happening on the football calendar programmes in the last six years at the elite level that has Nelson have proven that a number of high Bays Football excited for the quality players exist, and with the

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IN 2016 support of some strong senior members, NBF are proud to offer players the chance to compete at this level. The Tasman United women’s football team was also granted entry into the Mainland Women’s Premier League late last year, a league of eight that features the top club teams from Christchurch. This is the first time ever the region has had a team competing at this level, offering the best female players in Nelson and Marlborough the opportunity to play in winter at the highest level. In December, Ryan Stewart was selected as coach and he quickly began the process of picking a squad of 20, with 11 games set Club FC Nelson Juniors FC Nelson Seniors Garin College Golden Bay AFC Mapua FC Motueka FC – Juniors Motueka FC – Seniors Nayland College Nelson College Nelson College for Girls Nelson Suburbs FC Rangers Moutere FC Richmond Athletic FC Tahunanui Senior FC Waimea College Waimea Plains AFC Wakefield FC

to be played in Nelson and 10 in Christchurch. “In any sport you’ve got to show young players that there’s a pathway down which they can go and it doesn’t just stop at our women’s first division anymore,” says NBF’s general manager, Clive Beaumont. “It goes into the premier league now and in the premier league you’ve got a chance to be in front of the coaches for a national league side in the summer. So you’ve now completed the pathway as far as you can go and given those young players the chance to go right down this route in football and they don’t have to leave their region to do it.”

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Football is the biggest participation sport in the region, with thousands of players from the age of four to a select few still playing in their 60s, enjoying the game from April through to the end of the season in September. Locally, football starts at the age of four with the First Kicks programme, followed by Fun Football for ages 7-8, then it moves in to junior and youth leagues. At senior level there is a women’s second division played on Sundays, accommodating multi-sport players, a women’s first division that plays on Saturdays and four men’s divisions which also take place on Saturdays. Local clubs playing include FC Nelson, Nelson Suburbs, Richmond Athletic, Tahunanui FC, Wakefield, Waimea Plains, Mapua, Upper Moutere, Motueka and Golden Bay, as well as Nelson College, Nelson College for Girls, Waimea College, Garin College and Nayland College. Nelson Bays Football have just one more key message they’d like to get across before the start of the season, join in and enjoy the fantastic game of football.

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Nelson rowers brought home a swag of gold from the national rowing championship at Lake Karapiro over the weekend. Olly Stephens was a big winner, taking home two gold medals, a silver and a national trial on the back of his performance. Olly won the under 20 mens single race, teamed up with Wade Puklowski to win silver in the senior double and was a part of the Nelson/Marlborough mens 8 that won gold. Nelson Rowing Club coach Tim Babbage says Olly’s performance wasn’t a surprise to him but it may have been to others. “He was the only guy who medalled in that race who wasn’t in a high performance centre team.” The mens 8 team also featured Wade, Ryan Flintoff and Jack Castle from Nelson and four Marlborough rowers. The Nelson club’s third gold came from the women’s under 19 four, featuring HOCKEY: The 2016 National Masters hockey tournament will be held in Nelson from Sunday February 28 until Saturday, March 5. A thousand players from 69 teams will take part in the week long tournament Nelson will field 8 teams in the tournament with women’s teams competing in the 35, 40, 45 and 50 grades, whilst the Men will have 35, 45, 55 and 60s men. The games will run from 8am - 8pm

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The under 19 coxed four champions from left Evie Strawbridge, Gabby Hannen, Meg Stephens, Sasha Cullum, Eilish Byrne. Gabby Hannen, Meg Stephens, Sasha Cullum, Eilish Byrne and the cox was Evie Strawbridge. Two other Nelson rowers also won gold but were competing out of the New Zealand High Performance centre. Zoe McBride won the light weight single sculls

and Sean Ducray, under 20 double. Tim says he was happy with the overall performance. “They performed well and it was pretty good overall. I was hoping for another gold to be fair, but that water on Friday made it a bit of a lottery, unfortunately.”

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Triathletes conquer gruelling ironman Nelson triathletes had a big day out at Challenge Wanaka on Saturday, battling big distances and a relentless north-wester in one of the most testing editions of the popular long-distance triathlon. It was already going to be a tough day completing either the 112.9km half or 225.8km full iron-distance race in and around Lake Wanaka, but the wind ramped up the suffering for many of the 1640 athletes. Big waves rolled through the swim course while the wind made the cycle section an exercise in survival – the only relief was on the run when athletes managed to get some shelter on the walking track on the banks of the Clutha River. But Nelson athletes rose to the challenge with Eileen Searle continuing her remarkable record in the race by easily winning the women’s 55-59 half distance race in 5hr 25min 48sec to finish 12th overall. The ageless Peter Gibbs finishing second in his 65-70 age group. Neil Green also had a strong race, finishing fifth in the extremely competitive 40-45 age group in 5hr 12min 35sec. Eileen’s run was especially impressive, completing the half marathon in 1hr 40min. Top cyclist Karyn Holland also performed well in her first full

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Nelson’s Eileen Searle, Karyn Holland and Peter Gibbs with their trophies after Challenge Wanaka. Photo: Simon Bloomberg. iron-distance race, overcoming a nervous start in the 3.8km swim before completing the 180km cycle and 42.6km run to secure third place in her 50-59 age group in a time of 13hr 30min 15sec. “I’m not a strong swimmer and when I saw how rough the lake was in the morning, I was really worried,” Karyn says. “It was so bad I was standing on the shore before the start of the swim in tears – I was that scared.” But Karyn showed plenty of courage to battle her way around the two-lap

course before showing speed on the bike and determination on the run. Although the experienced cyclist has ridden in plenty of tough races, she considered the 180km around Lake Wanaka was one of the hardest she has ever completed. “The wind was terrible. I was in my smallest gear and only going 10 or 11 kilometres an hour.” Another Nelson competitor, Simon Bloomberg, completed the full distance race in 11hr 27min 31sec to finish third in the 50-59 age group after a good swim and bike and steady run.

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Thunder on the water The tranquil waters of Lake Rotoiti will be taken over by the noise of power boats as the annual Rotoiti Power Boat club regatta rolls into town this weekend. The annual regatta runs for two days, Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 February. The event is the third of four major national meetings this year. The first two were in the North Island and the fourth is at Lake Kaniere over Easter weekend.

Club spokesman Joe Blakiston says the Lake Rotoiti event is a highlight for drivers. “This event is really quite special. To race in a national park is pretty magical from a driver’s point of view.” Racing will include a number of classes, including the Grand Prix Hydroplanes capable of doing over 250 kilometres per hour, Formula 1 boats racing around a tight circuit and a full range of power boating events starting at the Junior and Clubman boats. Joe says the event is a great

Nelson formula one driver Julian Stillwell is currently leading the national circuit on points heading into his home race. Photo: Jeremy Ward/Shot360.

spectacle for those who will make their way to the Lake. “Standing on the foreshore at Kerr Bay… you just can’t beat it. There are great views from anywhere on the foreshore and you’re guaranteed to see great, close racing because you’re so close to the action.” On the water, Nelson’s Julian Stilwell is one to watch for. He leads the NZ Formula 1 Nelson driver Craig Merrion in Huntsman, left, races Blenheim club Championship after the first two rounds and will look to member James Blakiston in clubman class. take another step towards his Photo: Jeremy Ward/Shot360.

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second national title on his home water. Stilwell only leads Palmerston North’s Derek McAdam by 7 points, and with 20 points for each race win, will need to finish strong. But there are plenty of other local drivers that will be out on the water, including 13 year old Lee Merrion and 15 year old James Blakiston who will both be racing for the South Island Junior Championship. Richmond’s Patrick Morris will also take over the reins from

father Andy Morris to compete for the South Island Clubman Championship. The Grand Prix Hydroplanes, including Peter Knight Snr’s “The Boss” will contest the South Island GP Championship and the much sort after A.E. Baker Trophy, and have shown some very close racing so far this season. Racing gets underway each day at Lake Rotoiti from 11am and a full programme of racing is planned.

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Community Events AFTErNOON TEA wiTh ALLYSON GOFTON Sunday,3 April, '16 2.30pm. Hope Community Hall, Ranzau Rd. West, Hope. Tickets, only $30 & available by emailing janetbilltaylor@gmail. com. All proceed go to local charity Walk with Us Trust; supplying school & sports shoes to local primary school children. CASiNO NiGhT - Friday 26 Feb'16 at 7pm - 10:30pm Suburban Club, Nelson. Black Tie Event. Cash Bar, Raffles, Auctions & Nibbles Tickets: $45 for one, $70 for two. Purchase tickets from Crowe Horwath Nelson Reception or by emailing lila.osnabrugge@crowehorwath.co.nz . Relay for Life Fundraiser - all proceeds go to Cancer Society New Zealand. FrEE TANGO CLASS with Argentinean & local teachers. Feb 22, 6-7.15pm, Old St John's, 320 Hardy St. 8 wk course continues if you like it! Anne-Maree 027 238 0568 annemaree.therkleson@ gmail.com STOkE JAB rUGBY rEGiSTrATiON, we welcome new & existing players to register for the 2016 season. Registration dates are Feb 29th from 3 – 6pm & 5th Mar. from 11am – 2pm Registration will be at the Stoke Rugby Offices, Stoke Central Mall. Eftpos will be available BODh GAYA BUDDhiST, Impermanence: What are we holding on to? Workshop. Live in the moment. Learn how through meditation. 27 Feb.: 9:30am-1:30pm, $30 fee 16 Bridge St. (inside the Phoenix Arcade). http:// meditateinnelson.org/ PrE-SChOOLErS MUSiC followed by social time for parents with guest speaker (Child Care provided) St Stephens Church, 61 Tahunanui Drive. Mondays 9.45am. Newcomers welcome. Morning tea provided. 29 Feb. Topic “Budgeting & Cheap Meals”. STOkE TAhUNANUi LADiES CLUB (formerly Probus) would like to wel-

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come all Ladies to join us for fun, fellowship & friendship on the 3rd Wednesday of the month.Meeting at 9.45am to start 10,00am at The Suburban Club Tahunanui Drive. Ph Diane 5476331 for any enquires we would love to see you. ViCTOrY COMMUNiTY CENTrE, Victory Play Group- Tuesday 9am1130am. Great place for parents & young kids to meet & have fun. Morning tea provided for kids. Plenty of coffee & tea for adults. Come along. Gold coin donation. 0-5 years. Yoga Wednesday 17-6 April 5.30- 6.50pm. 8 week course to learn yoga, develop great posture, release tension & improve strength & flexibility. Will help lead to an increased sense of calm & wellbeing. Age 16+. Cost $55. Multicultural Seniors Fri 19 Feb to 15 April. 10.00-11.00 Social group for all cultures to meet, play games, have a cup of tea & chat, social walking & light exercise. Cost $3. Zumba. Wed 10 Feb to 13 April 7.00 to 8.00pm By using exciting Latin Rhythms & easy to follow moves a fun fitness class for all levels is created. Wear comfortable shoes & clothes. Age 16+. Cost $5 per class. Sit & Be Fit. Tuesday 5 Jan – 26 April. 11.00 – 11.45 Enjoy exercise sitting down? Come & try this fun, seated exercise class. Burn some calories & keep your heart healthy. You will experience many benefits. Cost $3. Age 16+. wiLDLiFE FALkLANDS, South Georgia & Antarctic. Rebecca Bowater will be presenting her photographs from this region on Saturday 19th March 7:30pm at Atawhai Community Church Todds Bush Rd. Entry $8’ ArT ON ThE ST. Create urban art on Sundial Square sidewalks, all ages/ abilities. Chalks & instruction incl: "Art On The St.". 10am -12MD, Mar. 19. $2. Limited spaces! Register now www. MinistryOfInspiration.Org. 021-779839 Leanne

SCiENCE ON ThE ST.: Hands on great science activities at Richmond Mall & Sundial Square stations! "Science On The St.". 11am & 2pm sessions both days, March 19720. Koha pls - no rego needed. Info at www.MinistryOfInspiration.Org. 021-779-839 Leanne PrOBUS CLUB OF NELSON CiTY welcomes men & women as new members. Next meeting 9.45 for 10.00 am, Thursday 10 March at Nelson Golf Club, 38 Bolt Rd., Tahunanui. Speaker – Craig Potton. 'Ph: Deirdre 547 4146 rAi VALLEY A&P ShOw, 5 March come on over for a great affordable family day out!!vTrade sites & Hall entry info available at www.raivalleyshow. co.nz or Tash 027 721 1555. FrESh FOCUS Judy Boyle on “Human Trafficking & the Next Generation” Mon 29 Feb at 10-11 am at the Elim Centre at 625 Main Rd. Stoke (NOT AT THE SUBURBAN CLUB). Everyone welcome. Entry $2. COMMUNiTY ChAT at the library for all English language learners. Join us for casual conversation, Thursdays 1-2pm. Elma Turner Library CLUB iTALiA PiZZA NiGhT Sat. 27 Feb.. Bring your friends & join us before you head to Sol3 Mio. As much as you can eat $20 adults, $10 children, under 10 free. From 5pm at 9 Trafalgar St. Cash Bar. iTALiAN FOr BEGiNNErS A fun & practical ten week course in the basics of Italian pronunciation & communication-with a dash of culture & music. Wednesdays 7-8pm at Club Italia, 9 Trafalgar St.. Next session begins 16 March. Bookings required. For enrolments or more info please Ph: Joe Rifici 545-6046. STOkE JUNCTiON. For all Stoke residents. Family works 25 Feb., 8.309.30am. Concerned about your kids? Drop-in to discuss options at Birch-

wood School Rainbow Centre, Durham St., Stoke. BUwT 29 Feb., 2-3pm. Advocacy for govt agencies including WINZ. Appointments ph 548 8171 or call in at Birchwood School Rainbow Centre, Durham St., Stoke. Angel In My St. Tues 1 March, 11-12noon. Support for youth & others. Stoke School Dental Clinic, Main Rd, Stoke: Ph. 0274752506. Dropin OK. Post Natal Depression 1 Mar. On request only. Birchwood School Rainbow Centre, Durham St., Stoke. Ph 548 3555 MArYBANk GArDEN CLUB meet Tues. 1 March, 7.30p.m., Jaycee Room, Founders. Speaker- Anne Murray, Hot,dry gardens Ramble 6.30 p.m. 62 Tui Glen Rd. & 2 neighbours. Contact, 5765 122 rECOrD & C D FAir, Sunday 28 Feb. at 1 pm. Morepork Dart Hall, West Avenue, Richmond. NELSON iNSTiTUTE & FriENDS of Nelson Library talk. Feb. 28th, 2pm. $2. Activity Room Nelson Library. Peter Lukas, Norwegian photographer, currently working on 10th book of black & white photographs (this one featuring Nelson), discusses his works & process of creating art with a camera within boundaries of classic photography. Ph 5451646 YOGA - Wednesday 5.30- 6.50pm. An 8 week course to learn yoga, develop great posture, release tension & improve strength & flexibility. Will help lead to an increased sense of calm & wellbeing. Wed 17 to 6 Apr. Age 16+. Cost $55 CANCEr SOCiETY SUPPOrT: Survivors & Carer’s afternoon tea reception at Relay for Life. Register 539 1137 info@cancernelson.org.nz Cancer Society Nelson. Mindfulness & relaxation Wednesdays 1.20pm Fairfield House $3 donation to Cancer Society 539 1137. Prostate Cancer Support Group meet 1st Thursday of month

BRd.green House 1.30 to 3.30pm contact Ian 547 3373. Swimming Group Ngawhatu Pool closed until May 2016. relay for Life 5-6 Mar. Saxton Field. Register online www.relayforlife.org.nz . Teams of 10 aiming to raise funds for Cancer Society 539 1137 GrEENhiLL OrChESTrA resumes rehearsals, Tuesdays, 5.45 at The Hearing Centre, Trafalgar Square. Full info on website. or tel 9276237 riChMOND CrEATiVE FiBrE- meet at Birch Hall, Richmond showgrounds, 2nd, 3rd & 4th Thursdays 9.30am for Spinning,knitting, Felting &weaving. Contact Dianne 5449982 wriTErS AT LUNChTiME All welcome on Wed Mar. 2 11.30am – 1.30pm atThe Prince Albert, 113 Nile St., Nelson. Guest speaker 12.30pm is Alyson Baker, Recreation Services Librarian, Nelson Libraries, on ‘the fits & fashions of fiction.’ Admission is free. Contact Chrissie on 5469818 ArT-DrAwiNG AFTEr SChOOL Thursdays, 3.30-4.30pm Learn to draw what you see through observation. Age 10-14. 4 places left. Qualified art teacher. Nelson City, small classes. Emma 5469694 or emmaheke@xtra.co.nz FrESh FOCUS will be starting this year on Monday 29 Feb. at 10-11 am at the Suburban Club 168 Tahunanui Drive. Everyone welcome. Entry $2. PiLATES on the Beach, Summer hours. Tuesdays & Thursdays 8am Wednesdays 5:45pm. Saturdays 10am. On Tahunanui Beach All welcome, $7 bring a mat or towel Enquires Marion 021 08399290. NELSON iNSTiTUTE & FriENDS of Nelson Library talk. Feb. 28 2pm. $2. Activity Rm Nelson Library. Peter Lukas, Norwegian photographer, currently working on 10th book of black & white photographs (featuring Nelson), discusses the process of creating art with a camera within boundaries of classic

photography. Ph 5451646 wAkA AMA FUN DAY. Give it a Go. Sun. 28 Feb. 10am-2pm at Tahuna Beach. Tuition, paddle & life jackets supplied. Contact Katie – katiethurston7@ gmail.com for Maitahi Outrigger Canoe Club

REGULAR EVENTS 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. 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 SiNG hU, A love song to God to help you experience divine love. Wednesday 5 30 at 44c Bronte st, ph Lyndy 5481450 or 0211567914 ALLiANCE FrANCAiSE Join us on Fridays, 4:00-5:45 pm at La Gourmandise, 276 Hardy St., for informal French con 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. STOkE/TAhUNANUi LADiES CLUB ( formerley Probus) welcome all new members to join them for a fun loving group.Next meeting Wed. 17 Feb. 9.45 start 10am at Suburban Club Tahunanui Drive. Ruth Carlisle show her WOW creations. Come & join us Ph Diane 5476331 ME CFS FM SUPPOrT NELSON BAYS. Find support with others who understand. Come & join our small informal group, third Monday of month at Suter Cafe, Bridge St 2.30pm strengthtogethernelson@gmail.com

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