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TAKE OFF: Swimmers head off for the start of the Weet-Bix TRYathlon on Sunday. Insert: Cameron Nicholls, 10, shifts into overdrive as he reaches the finish line during the TRYathlon at Tahunanui Sportsfield on Sunday. Photos: Jessie Johnston.
Kids give TRYathlon a crack Jessie Johnston Proud families cheered from the sidelines as local kids swam, biked and ran their way around Tahunanui during this year’s Nelson Sanitarium Weet-Bix Kids TRYathlon on Sunday. While a number of records were made during this series of the event, Nelson didn’t quite surpass its 1800 participant record from last year, settling instead for an impressive 1715 entries from children aged between 7 to 15 years. The event encourages children of
all fitness levels to get active in a fun, friendly environment where everyone is a winner for giving the triathlon a go. Depending on their ages, the course featured a 50 to 200 metre swim, a four to eight kilometre bike ride and a one and a half kilometre run, before participants passed over the finish line. Black Sticks women’s hockey team captain Anita Punt, Breakers foundation player Dillon Boucher and former Silver Fern and the most capped international player of all time Irene van Dyk, were all there
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to congratulate the kids on finishing the triathlon and present them with their medals. Richmond’s Cameron Nicholls, 10, was amongst those participating on the day, his first time as a TRYathlete was back when he was seven. The fun and fitness that the triathlon offers has seen him come back to the event four years in a row, with rugby and cricket all part of his training. As a series, the Weet-Bix Kids TRYathlon is the world’s largest sporting event for children.
Fears that Richmond could be the biggest loser in a reshuffle of police staffing levels appear to be unfounded, with Nelson Bays Area Commander Inspector Mat Arnold-Kelly hinting this week that staff numbers at the Richmond station could in fact be boosted. Nelson Bays police are presently reviewing the area’s policing resources and last week an email went out to members of the Richmond Neighbourhood Support group expressing concern about the changes. The email suggested that some police based at the Richmond station could to be centralised to Nelson “leaving us more vulnerable here in Richmond or Waimea”. The email stated that “not having police stationed here is a detriment to our community, especially as it is a fastgrowing community.”
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Richmond Community Patrol coordinator Mike Gill had also heard the rumours that included the possibility that the Richmond community constable would be based in Nelson. If that happened, Mike says it would reduce the patrol group’s effectiveness and result in escalating crime in the town. However, Mat told the Waimea Weekly on Monday that “at this stage there is a possibility” that more staff will be based in Richmond under the review of police
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“I’ve only been here six weeks so I haven’t formed a view yet but I’m really interested in Washbourn Gardens, I like the look of those.”
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staffing resources. “We have been in consultation with staff over a proposal which included potentially moving positions within the area. At this stage, there is a possibility that more positions may be based out of Richmond, but no firm decision has yet been
made and there is further discussion to be had.” And that’s good news for Richmond Neighbourhood Support with the group’s coordinator Marty Price saying “if we can keep our Community Constable, or any of the police staff in Richmond, it’s a good thing”. “We need the police in Richmond to
stay in touch with the community,” Marty says. “I went to the meeting the police had with the Motueka community and I went to one in Brightwater last night, and it’s clear the community wants the police to keep connecting with the community.” Mat says the review of staffing resources will be completed soon.
A two-car collision at the roundabout between the Richmond Deviation and Whakatu Dr on Tuesday afternoon “could have been worse” with two of the three people involved only suffering minor injuries. The two cars collided at around 1.30pm after one of the cars appeared to fail to give
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Brooklyn Scott from Brightwater scooped the prizes in the junior under-13 categories at this year’s New Zealand Sun City Country Music Awards held at the Nelson Suburban Club over the weekend. After competing for the first time at last year’s competition, Brooklyn returned this year to win the overall junior competition. St Arnaud’s Zac Griffith was the junior-runner-up. The senior prize went to Tegan Reid from Tauranga.
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An alleged shoplifter was quite literally given a run for his money when Richmond Hospice Shop general manager Karen MacKenzie-Howe gave chase after he stole items from her store. A “slim, short Asian male with greying greasy hair” went into the changing rooms and stole a tee shirt from the Richmond Hospice Shop around 10.45am on Wednesday. Shop manager Karen MacKenzie-Howe retrieved the shirt and discovered he also had a concealed belt stolen from the Red Cross. “I asked him to wait for the police and not embarrass himself but he wouldn’t, he started running and so I thought, ‘I’m going to scream and shout after you like a bloody banshee because you’re not coming back in our shop’,” says Karen. So scream she did, whilst chasing him as far as ANZ bank and videoing the chase on her cell phone. Karen thinks it probably looked hysterical. “I think people would have stepped into help but they were trying to process what was happening, because I was like a bloody old fishwife running up the road shouting and chasing him with a shirt and coat hanger in my hand.”
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best considering the majority of their staff have passed retirement age. “I jumped on someone’s back in the car park one day after he’d stolen a pair of trainers that he’d shoved up his jumper. As I ran round into the car park by the library he was taking them out and putting them in his backpack, so I grabbed him.” And as for punishment, Karen says she prefers traditional methods. “Bring back the village stocks is what I say, make them wear a sandwich board and walk up and down the street.” Police responded not long after the chase and have reviewed Karen’s video footage and CCTV cameras. To view Karen’s video visit www. nelsonlive.co.nz
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Classic boats cruise around lake Jessie Johnston
From jet engines to steam-power, the 17th annual New Zealand Antique and Classic Boat Show had vessels of all kinds. Last weekend’s event attracted around 120 boats, including clinkers, steam launches, classic motorboats, sailing dinghies, and their owners, to Kerr Bay on Lake Rotoiti for displays both on and off the water. Nelson boat owners Newton King and Nicky Murdoch brought their 1960s jetboat Taranui along for the weekend. They purchased Taranui about two years ago after discovering the vessel in the shed of a bach they bought in Tennyson Inlet in 2013. The previous owner believed it had not been in the water for at least 20 years and, once it was brought back to Nelson, it was found to be in near perfect working order. The judges certainly like Taranui, awarding her the CWF Hamilton Trophy for Best Jet-Propelled Boat. While a number of awards were handed out for the different classes, it was the 13ft 8in hydroplane Bel Air III that won the
Wakefield’s Kenneth and Megan Storer take a ride on the steam boat, Flirt, during this year’s NZ Antique and Classic Boat Show at Lake Rotoiti. Insert: Nelson’s Nicky Murdoch and Newton King with their boat at the show. Photo: Jessie Johnston. Jens Hansen Trophy for Best Vessel Overall. Peter Knight Snr built the hydroplane from plywood and white pine in 1965 - it is powered by a Ford V6 Essex and set a world record for its class of 177.36mph in 1968. Bel Air was retired from racing in
1970 and “sat in the garage” until it was restored by owner Peter Knight Jnr last year. Boat show organiser Pete Rainey says he is thrilled to announce that the Knights have decided to leave Bel Air III on display in the Classic Boat Museum at St Ar-
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New data released by the New Zealand Police has revealed the Waimea district’s most burgled areas, with Richmond West ranked the worst at 99, ahead of Richmond East on 69 and Wai-iti on 46. The new data is presented in an interactive map on the New Zealand Herald website which shows each reported burglary that has occurred in the district in the 18-month period from July 2014 to December 2015. It gives a detailed breakdown to mesh block level, the smallest geographic unit by which government agencies aggregate data, going down to individual streets.
Nelson Bays Area Commander Inspector Mat Arnold-Kelly says he is yet to see the data, but suggests it fits in with recent trends. However, he stresses that “different suburbs go through trends at different times”. Ranzau (19), Golden Downs (13), Wakefield (12), Aniseed Hill (11) and Brightwater (9) also ranked highly, while, on a street level, Hart Rd with eight and McGlashen Ave and Main Road Hope, both with five, reported the most burglaries. Murchison had a district low of just eight burglaries.
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In Nelson, Trafalgar (69), Isel Park (68), Tahunanui (63) and Washington (48) were the worst hit areas. The number of burglaries in Nelson was considerably higher than in the Waimea district. “Tahunanui would definitely fit in with the trends we’ve seen in that time period,” Mat says. Glenduan had the lowest number of burglaries in Nelson at only two, followed by Clifton, at eight. For a full breakdown of suburbs, head to Herald Insights Interactive, visit insights. nzherald.co.nz/.
The Network Tasman clock in Queen St shows Monday’s new record maximum temperature for March.
Monday was region’s hottest day in March The MetService has confirmed what we all knew - that Monday was stinking hot, with the temperature gauge on the Network Tasman clock on Richmond’s Queen St briefly hitting 31 degrees Celsius. In fact, the MetService’s communications meteorologist Lisa Murray says the maximum of 29 degrees Celsius that was recorded at Nelson Airport was the hottest March day since records started in 1943. Lisa says the previous March maximum temperatures were 28.3 degrees recorded in 1962 and 27 degrees recorded in 2007. But that was still just short of the 30.3 degrees recorded in Nelson on Christmas Eve, which was the hottest December day since 1943. It was even hotter in Richmond where the temperature reached an unofficial 30 degrees soon after 2pm, briefly jumping to 31 degrees for a few seconds just after 2.40pm. Lisa says Monday’s record March temperature was the result of a “ridge of pressure north-west of us, combined with a light south-westerly flow over the top of the South Island that is strong enough to keep the cooling sea breeze at bay”.
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David reaches his first goal Andrew Board David Trotter’s first goal has been achieved, now it’s on to the next – the Wairau Warrior obstacle race. Last month Nelson Weekly ran a front page story on David and his quest to participate in the 6km Wairau Warrior in April, as well as raise $6000 for an all-terrain wheelchair needed for the race. The reaction to the story was strong and swift, and last week an anonymous donor added the final
donation of $2500 needed to buy the wheelchair. Wairau Body Systems owner Greg Witika says he is thrilled the fund-raising goal has been reached. “It took us less time than I thought. He’s relieved and now he can just concentrate on the race. Everyone is over the moon. Just want to thank everyone who chipped in.” To make the final donation even sweeter, it arrived on David’s 44th
Entries open for community awards Entries for the Trustpower Nelson Tasman Community Awards are now open. Run in partnership with the Nelson City and Tasman District councils, and set up as an opportunity to recognise and thank local voluntary groups and their contributions to the community. Anyone can enter a voluntary group or organisation in the awards, including voluntary groups themselves. Since the Trustpower Nelson Tasman Community Awards began in 1999 more than $100,000 has been given away to deserving voluntary groups and organisations, and this year more than $5000 is up for grabs. Last year 91 entries were received for the awards. Trustpower community relations representative Emily Beaton is looking forward to seeing the community get on board to recognise more of these local unsung heroes. “Voluntary groups are a formidable force of good in the community and everyday members benefit from their hard work. “Volunteers are in every corner of this region but often they are not recognised for the invaluable work they do. “These awards are an easy way to say ‘thanks’ and give these local champions the pat on the back that they deserve.” Locals have until 5pm on Friday April 29 to get entries in for this year’s Trustpower Nelson Tasman Community Awards. Entry forms are available from council offices or service centres, or can be completed online at www.trustpower.co.nz/communityawards. Entry forms can also be received by calling Emily Beaton on 0800 87 11 11.
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Developer Gary Adcock, MP Nick Smith and deputy mayor Paul Matheson at the Toi Toi special housing area. Photo: Brittany Spencer.
Nine new zones could house 400 homes More than 400 new homes in nine different locations could be built around Nelson as part of a housing accord passed by Nelson City Council last week. The Special Housing Areas are scattered around the region with an area off Prince’s Drive the biggest, capable of fitting 100 new homes. The housing accord, which is in conjunction with central government, includes specified design controls to ensure “high quality, urban design outcomes”. Nelson mayor Rachel Reese says the development will be good news for the vitality of Nelson’s
inner city. “We are driving forward on a range of initiatives to ensure our city centre continues to thrive. The development of Betts Carpark is one of the proposed projects.” Rachel says that Betts Carpark offers the perfect location for such a development. “The site is a few minutes’ walk from Nelson’s hospitality and retail heart. It’s also an easy location from which to walk to the swimming pool, cinema and library.” Housing minister Nick Smith says the programme is to increase new home construction
by facilitating faster planning and consenting. “The advantage of the Special Housing Area status is that it provides a far quicker process for areas to be zoned residential and a streamlined process for consenting. It will enable these 400 additional homes to come on-stream faster,” he says. The nine special housing areas include space for 100 homes off Princes Drive, 60 at Bishopdale Pottery, 40 at the Ocean Lodge, 20 at Betts car park, 21 at Three Ridges, 12 at Barcelona Lofts, 40 at Paru Paru Rd, 18 in Tahuna and at 6 Orchard St.
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e l p o e p d o o f h s Y ou r f re Jake Robinson has organised a fund-raising concert at the Nelson Musical Theatre this Saturday. Photo: Simon Bloomberg.
Richmond teen off to live London dream Simon Bloomberg Talented Richmond teenager Jake Robinson desperately needs to raise funds to get to London to join the Shakespeare Globe Centre NZ Young Shakespeare Company and study at the prestigious London School of Musical Theatre. Last year, Jake, 18, was selected as one of 24 college students to represent New Zealand as a member of the Young Shakespeare Company which will attend workshops and perform at the Globe Theatre in London in July. And things got even better when he was also accepted for a one-year diploma at the London School of Musical Theatre after a successful call-back in London in January. However, Jake says the two amazing opportunities will cost around $50,000, so he has organised a fund-raising concert to be held at the Nelson Musical Theatre on Saturday to help get him to London. Jake will be performing alongside a talented line-up that includes the Nelson Youth Theatre Company, Fargher Academy of Dance, Nelson Musical Theatre, A Star Academy of the Arts, Off Broadway Performing Arts and Soundstage as well as
some of his talented friends. “I’m so excited - it’s going to be awesome. We have some great companies and friends performing so it’s going to be a nice way for me to say goodbye to Nelson.” Jake says he’s looking forward to studying at the London School of Musical Theatre and taking another step towards his goal of becoming a professional performer. He will also be attending a call-back at the prestigious Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts in April after a successful audition there in January. The former Garin College student admits moving to London is a big commitment but says it’s necessary to receive “some of the best training in the world. “The London School of Musical Theatre and Mountview are two of the top four schools in London so it’s an amazing opportunity. The whole industry is there in London so it’s also important to be there and be seen to get started.” Jake’s fund-raising concert is titled With A Little Help From My Friends and will be held at the Nelson Musical Theatre at 95 Atawhai Dr on Saturday starting at 7pm. Tickets cost $20 and can be purchased online at iticket.co.nz
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Community garden nearing completion Simon Bloomberg Shoppers and workers in Richmond’s central business district will soon have another beautifully landscaped park to enjoy after the Richmond Methodist Church commenced “a very generous project” this month. The church is giving Wesley Garden, in front of its parish on the corner of Queen St and Wensley Rd, a makeover that will transform it into a userfriendly space for the whole community. Wesley Garden was opened when the present church was built in 1991 and now the church’s parishioners are making the green space
more inviting to the community. Geoff Sherlock of Sherlock Landscaping developed concept plans for the garden’s redesign and this month contractors started excavating the site and laying the foundations for the concrete curbing and new entranceway. “The church has identified a lack of green space in the CBD and decided to make their site more accessible and attractive for the community,” Geoff says. “It’s a very generous project, especially in this day and age when so many people are all about how much money they can make and what they can buy.” Richmond Stoke Parish’s Don-
ald Horne says Wesley Garden has always been open to the public but “it looked private and not appealing”. “We hope the changes result in it becoming well utilised by the community,” Don says. “It will also be able to be used for things like concerts.” Geoff says he expects it to be re-opened later this month, apart from a newly-sown grass area that will be taped off until the grass is established. The Tasman District Council is providing seating for the garden, while an information board illustrating the history of the church will be erected near the new entranceway on the corner of the intersection.
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That's why, after visiting more then 50 countries already, me and my wife keep saying Nelson is the place we would love to live at. Manuel Sequeira. Fire chief retires: Very best wishes for your future adventures, Ralph. Glad Thorn. Congratulations Ralph. Well done and thank you for your service to our wonderful town. Enjoy a wellearned retirement. Jim Frater. Hospice shop video chase: God, a hospice shop he must have needed them or he would steal from a better place than that. Just be careful, he could have turned around and attacked you lady. Let it go for some crudy belt and t-shirt, you’re crazy alright. Sarah Whymark. So sad! It’s second-hand clothes. I get it’s bad to steal but why not sit down with him and see what else he needs. He might be very desperate and you could’ve been the one to help! The clothes use to be, like, 50 cents when people in need could afford, now
it’s like $5 a top! So sad! Liam Dakota Wesney-Hurtado. Go girl, and well done. Brenda Kenny. New flag: For those of you who want to keep the flag for reasons of loyalty, it would be helpful if you, like me, read the history of how the country (and flag) was formed. It was formed by English gentry bent upon gathering land by any means. They did what they could to keep working men, Maori and women from having a say in the rules of the land. To avoid using the word Constitution or Republic, their methods succeeded in keeping a man, and certainly a woman, of any race from gaining from hard work, a fundamental of democracy was missing. I simply want to change the flag because it is too like the Australian flag. Gay Hodgetts. Cannabis plants raided: How pathetic that we waste air force resources on this annual, futile attempt to stamp out cannabis. Somewhere in Australia, someone’s planting 9000. Madmaks (via nelsonlive.co.nz)
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Chris Burr and Brenda Clapp’s epic bike ride from Cape Reinga to Bluff is going to the dogs and they couldn’t be happier. The well-known Richmond cycling couple arrived in Nelson last Tuesday, just over a week after leaving Cape Reinga at the start of the inaugural 3000km Tour Aotearoa. Chris says they have been averaging around 150km a day on the tour so far but expect that to increase as they hit the faster South Island roads, cycleways and mountainbike tracks. “It’s been amazing,” Chris says. “It’s the greatest holiday ever. “We are averaging around 150km a day, riding 130km on the tougher days and over 200km in the bigger days. We try to get our tent pitched by eight each night and then get back on the road by 6.30 the next morning so they are big days. “Yesterday (last Monday) we punched into a head wind for eight hours which was character building and a bit grim while out the back of the Waikato we climbed for an entire day for a hard-earned 110km.” Chris says the highlights so far have been discovering “just how remote parts of the North Island are” and meeting “some amazing New Zealanders.” “You tend to think of the North Island as a series of cities but you can well and truly get lost and explore the back country”. Chris says the riding has been physically
Chris Burr, second left, and Brenda Clapp, centre, with Nelson Ark’s, from left, Alli Mitchell, Karen Howieson and Brian Cole and friends outside Avanti Plus in Richmond last week. Photo: Simon Bloomberg. and mentally tough and he is losing weight despite “eating too many pies” while Brenda says she is suffering from a seriously sore backside. Last week, they enjoyed a quick lunch at their Richmond home before heading south towards Wakefield and the Pigeon Valley. Although Chris and Brenda seldom need an excuse to get on their bikes and ride off into the distance, their latest cycling adventure is doubling as a fundraiser for the Nelson Ark. They decided to select the Ark as their charity after getting so much enjoyment out of their own rescue dog, Sally. “We’re taking the opportunity to promote
the Nelson Ark when we ride,” Chris says. “The Ark provides an amazing service that brings troubled teens together with SPCA and pound dogs to help them learn compassion, respect and responsibility so it’s a great charity.” Donations can be made to the Ark through their website or givealittle.co.nz/cause/ thenelsonark There are over 20 Nelson cyclists on the tour including champion endurance rider Ollie Whalley who was the first rider to finish after arriving at Bluff last Tuesday. Anja McDonald was the first female rider to finish last Wednesday.
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Cannabis haul nets 9000 plants Police have hauled in more than 9000 cannabis plants from this year’s annual sting in the top of the South Island. Police were assisted in the aerial phase of the operation by the Royal New Zealand Airforce, with their NH90 helicopter enabling staff to reach remote areas. Operation commander, senior sergeant Grant Andrews says the number of plants recovered is a significant increase on last year’s result. He says officers located some large commercial outdoor plots along with a number of indoor growing operations. As a result, 13 people are facing a range of drug and firearms charges. About 6000 plants were recovered in the Nelson-Marlborough area of the district and more than 3000 on the West Coast. While the aerial phase has been completed, Grant says there is still a lot of work to be done following up on information gathered and further arrests were likely. He encouraged anyone with information or concerns to contact their local police.
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When choosing the name for his new business, Alex Bint wanted it to reflect his commitment to his clients, which is why he settled on My Personal Plumber. Alex has been in the industry since the 1990s, starting out as an apprentice drain layer before becoming a plumber and gas fitter in 2005. The opportunity to work alongside and interact with homeowners and fellow tradesmen is a part of the job Alex has always enjoyed, as well as the chance to own his own business. When you make a call Alex Bint to My Personal Plumber, you’re talking to the boss, the manager and the tradesman, which means decisions can be made on the spot and the same person will turn up to do the job. With a friendly, approachable personality and a desire to provide professional and efficient services to home and business owners, make sure you give Alex a call today for all your plumbing requirements, including general plumbing, gas fitting, drain laying, maintenance, renovations and small builds, as well as waste water servicing. Contact Alex on 027 542 4329 or 0800 444 343.
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The hashtag says it all, the Mike Pero Nelson Giants will #returntothehanger. Two years after earthquake strengthening issues forced the Giants from their spiritual home, they will once again play their homes games at the Trafalgar Centre from the start of this season. Operations manager of the Giants, Janie Granger, says playing home games at Saxton Stadium over the past two seasons has had some positives, but the Trafalgar Centre – also dubbed the Hanger – is home. “We’re all excited about going home. It will mean more fans, a more intense atmosphere for visiting teams and it just feels right. The hashtag picks up on all that.” For those that aren’t tech-savvy, hashtags help link various comments on social media to one subject. Each team in the National
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approximately 8300 volunteer fire fighters, with an additional 3000 volunteers belonging to the Rural Fire Network, all donating their time and effort to help communities protect the things that matter most – lives, homes and businesses. Under the umbrella of the New Zealand Fire Service, the Tasman region is home to a number of stations including Murchison, Richmond, Wakefield, Tapawera, Upper Moutere and Mapua, while the Waimea Rural Fire Authority oversees the operation of the regions rural fire forces in Appleby, Hira, Brightwater, Nelson Lakes, Ngatimoti, Tasman, Upper Takaka, Wainui and Marahau. “I belong to a lot of committees and groups,” says chief fire officer for Wakefield, Fritz Buckendahl. “Rate payers, school committees, swimming pool committees and all the rest, I do quite a lot, but all of those things take time to help people, whereas when the siren goes up, the good thing about it is you’re helping someone straight away in their time of need.” “There’s good camaraderie too,” says Bryan Parks who volunteers for the Richmond Volunteer Fire Brigade. “A lot of good friendships get built.
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Fire trucks were called to an electrical fire on Queen St in Richmond last year. “You have experiences with people that you can’t have with anybody else and that builds a different level of friendship because you’ve shared something, it could be something quite extreme.” Although volunteer fire fighters get a lot of satisfaction out of helping people and keeping their community safe, their love of the job is also recognised and appreciated by the public as it goes hand in hand with a number of sacrifices. “You’re dealing with a lot of hardships and its not very nice seeing people distressed, that’s probably the only thing that sort of gets under my skin,” says Bryan. “It can make it a bit tough sometimes, especially when you’ve got a busy diary and the siren goes off, I run out the door and say to Jill ‘ring my clients’ and then she has to go through and reorganise everything.” While fighting fires is obviously all part of the job description, there’s a lot more to being a volunteer fire fighter than the name suggests. “We go to a lot of motor vehicle accidents and a lot more of the medical call outs now,” says Fritz. “They call us a first responding brigade because the Richmond ambulance is over eight minutes away. We don’t go to many fires now days because modern houses don’t burn. “They call it a purple call out, [when someone’s
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Two information panels detailing the history of the Golden Downs’ village and woodsmen school are soon to be unveiled, in conjunction with a reunion of ex forestry workers. Starting on Saturday, March 19, the reunion will include a display of old forestry memorabilia but organisers are missing an important piece of the exhibition. A planting spade, dating back to the very first plantings at Golden Downs in the 1920s, did belong to an ex-forestry worker in the area but has since been lost. There were around 20 spades still around in the 1980s and organisers would greatly appreciPlanting spade ate any information that used at Golden might help them include Downs. the item in their historical display. If anyone knows the whereabouts of the specific planting spade, pictured above, please contact John Ward on 544 5724.
But sometimes, it is not that simple and you can be very disappointed by churches and discouraged by others. There are many different reasons that may be stopping you from attending Sunday services. You may have decided that Church is not for you anymore. I would like to warmly invite you to reflect and think about your life. Whether you would like to call it God , Something, Energy or a different name, you may have had experiences with some sort of spirituality in your life. I call it God because I follow the Christian tradition. God is the name which I learnt from Sunday
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school as a young child. Church is evidence. We could try, but we defiwhere I go to worship God nitely cannot scientifically and talk about God with othprove everything that we beers. lieve in. Church is the place where What I can tell you, however, people can share their expeis that there are many people riences of God in their life. Is who show God’s love to othit a place where people disers. You may be one of them cover and find out pathways as well. for their faith journey. It is People see God’s love a place whether people can through the smallest acts of help each other to explore kindness. And it’s when these the countless ways of being a small acts of kindness all add Martin Oh Christian in the 21st century. up that make a better world The 21st century is a scientific world. for everyone. We tend to prove everything on the Do you want to hear more about God’s basis and theories of science. I cannot love? I encourage you to find and get prove God exists with such scientific involved in a church.
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Local teams win hockey titles The Nelson men’s hockey teams were a force to be reckoned with in the 2016 New Zealand Hockey Masters at Saxton Field last week. The 35+ and 45+ men’s teams walked off the turf a little out of breath but with their heads held high after winning their hard-fought finals. The Nelson Men’s 35+ team were tied 1-1 with Wellington at full time but dominated the penalty shoot out, winning 3-1. Men’s 35+ manager, player and team organiser Marcel Stutz says it’s been a great week. “It’s been really good, we hadn’t really met each other until the first game on Monday morning, but we’ve really come together. We’ve got a few locals, some Marlborough boys, and a few Auckland guys, but we
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SportS MOUNTAINBIKING Three Nelson riders finished in the top five at the Karapoti Classic mountainbike race held near Wellington on Saturday. Ingrid Richter finished second in the women’s race, completing the 50km in 2hr 51min 29sec, while Sandy Vincent was fifth in 3hr 15min 31sec. Henry Jaine was fifth in the men’s race in 2hr 22min 37sec. TRIATHLON The Tineli Team Triathlon will be held at Rabbit Island on Sunday with the first wave of swimmers starting at 8.30am. Each member of teams of three will complete a 250m swim, 6km cycle and 2km run on their own before tagging a team-mate for the next leg. To enter go to nelsontriclub.co.nz. No entries on the day. VOLLEYBALL Waimea College Gold finished second in the boys division 1 competition at the Mainland secondary schools volleyball tournament in Christchurch last week. Waimea lost the final to Riccarton 23-25, 2624, 25-11, 26-28, 16-14. The Waimea College girls finished third after losing to Marlborough Girls College in the semi-final. IRONMAN Mark Corlet, Louise Corbett and Richard Bamfield recorded sub-12 hour finishes at the Nutri-Grain Ironman New Zealand held at Taupo on Saturday. Richard completed the 3.9km swim, 180km cycle and 42.2km run in 10hr 25min 37sec to finish 11th in his 50-54 age group, while Mark was 29th in the same age group in 11hr 41min 14sec. Louise made an impressive Ironman debut finishing fourth in her 50-54 age group in 11hr 48min 31sec. Donna Shaw (45-49) finished in 12hr 13min 37sec, Stu Hague finished in 15hr 14min 7sec while Yvonne Shaw recorded 15hr 17min 59sec.
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NETBALL The Silver Ferns will play their first-ever test in Nelson when they take on Jamaica at the Trafalgar Centre on September 11. It will be the first test of a three-test series for the Taini Jamison Trophy. The second test will be at the Central Energy Trust Arena in Palmerston North on September 14 with the third at the Energy Events Centre in Rotorua on September 17. RUNNING Ten Nelson distance runners will have a big day out on Saturday when they traverse the 85km Old Ghost Road in the Old Ghost Ultra. Stephanie Adams, Mark Bryant, Ben Clark, Stu Cottam, Quin Hornblow, Nigel Muir, Lewis Simpson, Andrew Twose, Gavin Ward and Caitlin Fielder are entered in the inaugural ultra-distance trail run that starts at Seddonville on the West Coast and finishes at Lyell near Murchison. Nigel, who is chief executive of Sport Tasman, will be running with a group of Myanmar teenagers from Nelson’s Chin community to raise funds for Go Wild NZ, an initiative aimed at getting more young Kiwis into the outdoors.
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Getting ready to tee-off are, from left, Pauline Edwards, Gaye Mackenzie, Josie Rosser and Shirley Otton at the Totaradale Golf Club's Fifty Shades of Pink tournament on Thursday. Photo: Simon Bloomberg.
Pink golf day raises money for Cancer Society Totaradale golf course looked a lot more colourful than usual last Thursday when 62 ladies from clubs all over Nelson and Tasman dressed-up for the Fifty Shades of Pink tournament to raise funds for the Nelson Cancer Society. The Totaradale ladies decided to organise a pink-themed fundraiser after one of their popular members, Anne Dobbie, passed away in January after suffering from cancer. Fifty Shades of Pink raised $1640 for the Nelson Cancer Society with some of that coming from a raffle for Anne's
electric golf trundler which she asked husband Bruce to donate to the club before she died. "We normally have a picnic day tournament, but this year we decided to make it a fund-raiser for the Cancer Society after one of the girls passed away earlier this year," one of the organisers, Fran Sutherland, says. "All the prizes have been donated by local businesses and all the proceeds will go to the Nelson Cancer Society." Fran says ladies club president Sue Rawson was the driving force behind Fifty Shades of Pink, which also fea-
tured pink balloons attached to all the tee markers and pink table cloths at the luncheon. The prize for the Best Dressed team was won by the Sugar Plum Fairies, Cay Cockerell, Marg Hall, Clare Heslop and Marcelle Porritt, who played with pink fairy wings, while the more serious prize of the winning team went to Marg Orman, Linda Ujihara, Andrianne Wislang and Cherie Hancock. Cherie also won the division one individual stableford, Ros McKeown won division two and Linda won the division three competition.
Nelson rower Brook in which she won gold Robertson is off to Rio at the world champs is after being named in the not on the Olympic calNew Zealand Olympic endar. The two selected rowing team following a ahead of her are the week of trials. world champion lightBrook is set to repre- weight double pairing. sent his country with “But Zoe is a reserve and if one of those 30 other rowgirls in the douers including Marlborough’s ble gets injured, Robbie Manson, Zoe won’t make Tom Murray and the boat go any Sophie MacKenslower, that’s for sure,” says Tim. zie. Brook Rio will be The team is Brook’s first Robertson. Rowing New Zealand’s bigOlympic Games, where he will row in the gest Olympic Games mens eight. team with 31 athletes set The news wasn’t so to row across nine boat great for another Nel- classes in Rio later this son rower though, with year. Tim says Brook’s lightweight single scull selection is great news world champion Zoe for the local club. “It’s McBride missing out on very cool, he came up selection. through school winning Nelson Rowing Club titles and the boat he’s president Tim Bab- on is getting faster. Their bage says it is unlucky chances of medalling, I’d for Zoe, but the event say, is pretty good.”
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Simon Bloomberg Three Nelson netball volunteers received "thoroughly deserved" recognition for years and years of service when they were presented with Service Awards at the Netball New Zealand annual general meeting in Auckland last week. Jane Andrew, Maree Smith and Marilyn Milne were presented with their awards after being nominated by Nelson Netball Centre. The trio have been involved in the sport, first as players then in a range of roles including coaching, administration and umpiring, for a combined total of well over 150 years, and Nelson Netball Centre board chairperson Julie Baxendine says the centre is incredibly proud of their achievements. Jane joined the Nelson College Old Girls Club after moving to Nelson from the North Island in 1988. She soon became involved in coaching school, club and representative teams before becoming a hard-working administrator she started the long-running Geraldine Hodgson Tournament and founded the Prices Netball Club during her lengthy involvement in the region's netball. "Her passion, knowledge and love of the sport is immense," Julie says. Although Maree Smith has been a talented player and dedicated administrator, she has also made a significant contribution to the sport in umpiring. She has been convener of Nelson Umpires for
WEDNESDAY 9 March 2016
Henry’s encourages safe & responsible use of alcohol. Shout prices run from Monday 7th March until Sunday 13th March 2016 or while stocks last.
26 WEDNESDAY 9 March 2016
Community Events Keeping you in touch
Boot MarkEt this Saturday 9-12pm Richmond Church of Christ Free coffee, lots of bargains, goods for recycling or yet to be used. Cnr of Darcy & Croucher Sts,Sites $5 contact ph 544 5415 aftErNooN tEa With allysoN GoftoN on Sunday,3 April, ‘1 at 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. GaiN CoNfiDENCE! oVErCoME yoUr NErVoUsNEss! Platform Presence and Controlling Nerves - Free Workshop, 7pm-9pm Tuesday, 15th march 2016. Barnicoat Room, Richmond Library, Call Linda: 03 544 7823 or 021 910 621, www.powertalknelson1.wordpress.com. POWERtalk Waimea . liBrary sUrVEy Do you use the library’s computers or access library services online? Take the Tasman Libraries website survey and tell us how our online services have helped you. iNsPirE EDUCatioN Free Sneak Peek - Extension classes for ages 8-10 / 1012. Explore Science, Tech, Engineering, Art, Maths, and Societal Ethics with likeminded peers. www.MinistryOfInspiration.org. 021-779-839 Leanne frEsh foCUs Sean Thomas on “Consciousness and Free Will - How much do we really have?” on Monday 14 March at 10 to 11 am at the Elim Centre Hall at 625 Main Road Stoke. Everyone welcome. Entry $2. astroNoMy View the Moon and other celestial objects on Friday 18 March 8 pm start, weather permitting. Cawthron Atkinson Observatory at Clifton Terrace School Atawhai. All welcome. Gold coin
entry. ENDoMEtriosis GroUP meets Tuesday 15 Mar. 7pm Tahuna Playground for a short stroll along beach then a coffee & chat Styx, Wakefield Quay. Everyone welcome RSVP 14th March Helen 5441724 riChMoND sENior CitiZENs, Come and join us and play. RUMMICUB Friday afternoons. Learners welcome. Free parking, Free lesson. We welcome also any Card players (500) Tuesday and Thursday afternoons, Ph Kath 5445563 NElsoN traMPiNG ClUB invites you: March 11-13, Nydia Track, Marlborough Sounds, medium, contact Marianne 022 0828 559. Details www.http://nelsontrampingclub.org.nz art oN thE st.: Create urban art on Sundial Square sidewalks (all ages/abilities). Chalks & instruction provided : “Art On The St.”. 10am to noon, March 19. $2. Limited spaces! Register now at www. MinistryOfInspiration.Org. 021-779-839 Leanne sCiENCE oN thE st.: Hands on great science activities at Rmd Mall & Sundial Square stations! “Science On The St.”. 11am & 2pm sessions both days, March 19 & 20. Koha pls - no rego needed. Info at www.MinistryOfInspiration.Org. 021779-839 Leanne 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. 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. 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. 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 10 Mar7:00pm 2016 at the Richmond Bridge club 348 lower Queen St. Register yr interest email@example.com. nz or text 021 395597. rEGUlar EVENts EVEr thoUGht of BECoMiNG a VolUNtEEr? Are you a community organisation looking for volunteers, training, info or advice? Check out our website www.volunteernelson.org.nz ph 546 7681 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/ 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 Tues each month 10.30. Oakwoods Village, Lower Queen Stt, Richmond. Starts 2nd Feb. Light exercise with focused breathing & a supportive group. $2 per class. PlayGroUP frEE PlUNkEt oxforD St Richmond Morning Tea provided Mondays during school term 9.30 - 11.30am Ph: Angela 0274441546 fooD, is it a ProBlEM for yoU? Are you suffering from anorexia, bulimia, obesity &/or compulsive eating? Overeaters Anonymous works. Ph 0226730237. BaDMiNtoN, Veterans Badminton Club welcomes intermediate players – Thurs 7.30pm Stoke Memorial Hall BEttEr BrEathiNG Class – riCh-
MoND 1st Tues. each month 10.30 at Oakwoods Village, Lower Queen St, Richmd. 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. CoffEE/PlayGroUP Start Friday 15 Jan. Every Friday 10am - 12noon. Hope Community entre (opp Ranzau school) Newborns to school age Morning tea provided $2 per family after first visit Contact Fiona Ph: 5446525 DoiNG No harM: Enlightened ethics for ordinary people, with Bonni Ross. Explore compassionate action in daily life. Feb 2, 4, 9, 16. 7.15pm Natural Life Centre, Founders Park. By donation jane. firstname.lastname@example.org alliaNCE fraNCaisE Join us on Fridays, 4:00-5:45 pm at La Gourmandise, 276 Hardy Street, for informal French conversation. All welcome whatever your level of French. See http://www. afnelsontasman.org/ friENDs of thE Maitai PlaNt Care Fridays – Meet at Groom Creek, Maitai Valley. Just before the Maitai Motor Camp & across the forestry bridge. Share 1 hour each fortnight, b4 sunset to care for the riverbank plants. Relaxing & gentle way to end the week connecting with community & helping our river bank forest thrive. Spring Time start 5:30pm. Ph: Ami 5488467 Citizens advice Bureau, Nelson Tasman, Paru Paru Rd (next to Palm’s Motel), Nelson. Open Monday to Friday 9am 5pm. Email: email@example.com
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WEDNESDAY 9 March 2016
The Lantern Introducing Yvonne
For more details, ring the office 544-8844
Services and events at Easter Good Friday 11 am Cross Walk through Richmond between the various churches 2 pm Choir led reflective service
Hello, my name is Yvonne Smyth and I feel very privileged to be appointed to the position of Elder Care Team Leader at Church on the Hill. I look forward to meeting and being available for, the senior members in our wider community. I can offer a listening ear, encouragement, and hope to be able to put people in touch with other helping agencies. I see it as being God’s hands and feet in our community.
Easter Sunday 9 am Prayer Book Service, theme new life 10.30 am Less formal Communion service, theme new life
My job includes coordinating visits and pastoral care in the parish, taking services in local rest homes and overseeing the ministry there, advocating for the elderly in the community, liaising with Age Concern and other community agencies, and overseeing the well known Lunch on the Hill.
Sunday 13 March 5–7 pm Sunday 27 March 5–7 pm Church on the Hill hall Bring something to share for tea.
St Albans, Appleby Services
My husband Ian and I moved to Nelson at the end of July last year. We have settled well in Brightwater and are enjoying all that Nelson has to offer.
Sunday 13 March 10.30 am Sunday 27 March 10.30 am
I have a teaching background, mainly working in a new entrant classroom, and I am an ordained minister in the Anglican Church. I was ordained in 2007, and served in the Anglican Church in Wainuiomata, as an assistant to the Priest in Charge.
Saturday 19 March
Autumn Fair Lunch on the Hill Tuesday 1 March Tuesday 15 March Church on the Hill hall Come for a cuppa at 11.30 am or midday for the meal. Food and friendship for body, soul and spirit. Koha welcome.
If you would like to contact me, my office is in the church complex. My hours of work are generally, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, 8:30 am–1:30 pm. Phone 544 8844.
— Yvonne Smyth, Elder Care Team Leader
Sunday 20 March 4 pm Church on the Hill hall
A prayer from long ago
Afternoon Women’s Fellowship
Believed to have been written by a 17th century nun.
“Lord, you know me better than I know myself, that I am growing older and will some day be old. Keep me from the fatal habit of thinking I must say something on every subject and every occasion. Release me from craving to straighten out everybody’s affairs.
Give me the ability to see good things in unexpected places, and talents in unexpected people. And give me, O Lord, the grace to tell them so. Amen.”
Make me thoughtful but not moody; helpful but not bossy. With my vast store of wisdom, it seems a pity not to use it all, but you know Lord that I want a few friends at the end. Keep my mind free from the recital of endless details; give me wings to get to the point. Seal my lips from aches and pains. They are increasing, and love of rehearsing them is becoming sweeter as the years go by. I dare not ask for grace enough to enjoy the tales of others’ pains, but help me to endure them with patience. I dare not ask for improved memory, but for a growing humility and a sureness when my memory seems to clash with the memories of others. Teach me the glorious lesson that occasionally I may be mistaken. Keep me reasonably sweet; I do not want to be a saint - some of them are so hard to live with - but a sour old person is one of the crowning works of the devil.
Church on the Hill Richmond Anglican Church, 27 Dorset St
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Wednesday 23 March 2 pm Church on the Hill hall Monday 28 March 7–9 pm Topical non religious subjects
Taizè Service Sunday 3 April 7 pm Church on the Hill A time of prayer, listening to music, scripture reading with an emphasis on reflection
Youth Group Fridays 7–9 pm Church on the Hill Age range is 12-14 year olds
Kids Church Every Sunday 10.30 am
Waimea Anglican Budgeting Advice For free budget advice phone 544 8901 or 022 020 5565.
Did you know… The week leading up to Easter is called Holy Week. Holy Week starts on the Sunday before Easter and finishes on the Saturday, the day before Easter Sunday. See us again in the Waimea Weekly on 13 April 2016
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This seasonal opportunity for an experienced QA representative is available from March until around the end of August. The role is primarily based at our Nayland Rd site in Stoke, Nelson and involves inspecting fruit and undertaking audits at Packhouses and Coolstores. The role includes reporting any out of grade fruit to the Quality & Compliance Manager and recording inspections into the quality database.
If you are genuinely interested in seeing trainees advance and succeed then please contact admin in the first instance for a job description at email@example.com
To be considered for this role you will need the following skills and attributes: - Knowledge and experience with interpreting fruit grade standards - Flexibility to work Monday – Friday plus additional hours on weekends as required - A reasonable degree of fitness and agility - Reliable transport and current drivers’ license
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Just moved to a smaller Firewood sales and orhouse. Park at bottom ders. Dry, mixed old man of drive, 19 Hillplough pine, gum $240 a cord. Heights, Richmond. Sat Payment options avail12th, 8.00am start, rain able. Ph 021 0287 2740. or shine. Books, puzzles, lamps, craft magazines, rooM to rENt pictures, CD’s, donkeys, Brightwater, room availducks & bears, etc. able now. Short term. Could suit seasonal to lEt worker. $100 per week. Camper/Mercedes 5 Phone Katie 027 706 berth from $125.daily, s/ 3576. term only ph.547 5252.
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NELSON GREY POWER ASSOCIATION NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 2pm Sunday 10 April 2016. Venue: Nelson Suburban Club, 166 Annesbrook Drive, Tahunanui. Doors open at 1pm NB: Financial members only will be admitted to the meeting, that will be conducted pursuant to the new Constitution adopted at the SGM in November 2015 and filed in the Incorporated Societies Office. It is also available on the website www.nelsongreypower.org.nz. Membership status will need to be checked on arrival so please be early to enable the meeting to commence on time. Business of the Meeting: Roll call and Apologies Receive the Minutes of the previous AGM. Receive the Minutes of the Special General Meeting on 29 November 2015. Receive the Annual Report of the President. Receive and adopt the Annual Accounts for the previous year. Set the Annual Subscription. Appoint an Accounts Reviewer for the coming year Elect the Officers and the Committee of the Association for the coming year To discuss other matters raised by financial members of the Association which the Chairman rules are appropriate for discussion. To consider any Remit from any financial member of the Association of which due notice has been given.
- Quality control experience in a fruit related industry
If you believe you meet the above criteria and would like to contribute to the ongoing success of this company then we would like to hear from you. Please apply online at: www.turnersandgrowers.com/careers
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Do you have an empathy with Trainees from all walks of life, the ability to meet deadlines, be process focused? Then you could be just the person we are looking for to fill our Operation Managers position.
T&G Pipfruit farms over 100 ha of pipfruit orchards in the Nelson region and exports over 2 million cartons out of the region.
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Nomination forms for Officers and Committee are available at the Nelson Grey Power Office 10am to 2.30pm, 33 Putaitai Street, Stoke, or on the website. A short resume should be attached to the nomination form. Nominations close 5pm on 18 March 2016. NB: Nominations will only be accepted on the official Grey Power nominations form and delivered to the Nelson Grey Power Office or posted to: Nominations, P O Box 2190, Stoke 7041. Pam Coltman Secretary
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Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Parish, Richmond
Holy Trinity Anglican Church 27 Dorset St, Richmond Phone 544-8844
Sunday 13 March
9.00am Holy Communion 10.30am Praise on the Hill Theme: Pleasing God All Welcome Wednesday 10.00am Holy Communion www.holytrinityrichmond.org.nz
Christian Services Each Sunday 7-8pm Richmond School Hall, Cambridge St.
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Weekend Mass Times
10.00am Worship Celebration Warring Carpark (Behind No.1 Shoes) 243 Queen St www.richmondchurch.org.nz
Saturday Vigil 7.00pm Richmond Church 35 William Street
Worship Service Whakatu Kids programme No Sunday service at Richmond
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Contact Gordon on Mob 027 284 3957 or (03) 547 2242 CLEANING
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0508 832 425
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Building Repair and Construction maintenance, commercial fitout, decks, fences and hard landscaping Prompt Service
Did you know you can choose your own caterer for your loved ones funeral.
• New & Second Hand • Repairs • Restretching
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At Gourmet Catering we tailor-make menu’s to suit every client.
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021 242 2562 firstname.lastname@example.org
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16 Halifax Street COMPUTERS
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• Alterations to ready-made curtains/ nets
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Ph 03 528 4572 or 027 684 4065
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• Roman Blinds
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13 Pethybridge St, Motueka
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Phone 021 270 6124 • Friendly & Patient • Defensive Driving Courses • Gift Vouchers available
z nz Jason Smith owner/operator
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542 2120 027 542 4473
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Dave 0274 296 669
0800 427 782
4A Gladstone Road, 12 Cargill Place, Richmond
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P: 03 5530 306 M: 022 122 5013
FOR ALL YOUR Lawn Mowing Pruning Garden Maintenance Inspection Garden
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Dr Dave Ward 021 277 3115 or 543 3777
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Ph: 543 9044 89 Beach Road, Richmond
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or 03 544 1212 (offRichmond Beach Road)
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GIBBONS JOINERY COMPETITIVE PRICING on commercial and residential joinery No job too big or small AVAILABLE NOW Contact Chris on 021 226 1566 or on 03 548 3039.
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545 1000 021 223 3135
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4 Coach Pl, Brightwater
0275 423 343 A/H: 542 3343
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1/750 Lower Queen St Richmond 7081
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03 544 8553 1/750 Lower Queen St Richmond 7081
Ph 544 4306
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March: 10, 15, 23, 30, 31 April: 2, 14, 19, 28, 29, 30 May: 3, 12, 25, 27, 28
18 - 20 March Pre-hospital Emergency Care 7 - 8 May Outdoor First Aid
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Terms and conditions apply, see instore for details.
Interest Free Finance available
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