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Huge crowds at Nelson’s Anzac services Kate Russell

Bugler Mason Robinson sounds the last post during Anzac Day’s dawn service at Anzac Park on Monday. Photo: Evan Barnes/Shuttersport.

Six-year-old Grace Batty wore her poppy with pride at yesterday’s Anzac service in Stoke, in remembrance of all four of her great-grandparents who served in the war. She and her sister, Charlotte, were just two of many young people who attended services around Nelson yesterday. Three of their great-grandfathers served in WW1, and their greatgrandmother served in WW2, and they say they “like everything” about attending Anzac Day services. “I think it’s important to remember all the men and woman who fought in the war,” says eleven-year-old Charlotte. Grace and Charlotte’s mother, Katherine Batty, says it’s important for her

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Southern Link groups rally support Feedback on the Southern Link Investigation closed on Sunday, and groups who are both for and against the controversial new road made a mad, last-minute dash last week to prompt Nelsonians to have their say. Anti-link lobby group Nelsust sent out a chain email last week, urging people to

send their feedback against the link in to NZTA, as well as asking people to visit the ‘Stop the Southern Link’ Facebook page. The group’s spokesperson, Peter Olorenshaw, urged the importance of “getting as many people as possible feeding back against the Southern link” and asked people to forward the email to “any and every

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kate@nelsonweekly.co.nz Nelsonian” they knew. Similarly, pro-link lobby group, Progress Nelson Tasman, circulated a chain email

out to Nelson residents last week, asking people to show their support by giving feedback supporting the creation of a new arterial route. The NZTA also held seven public information sessions in April at a range of venues

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Robert Neighbours, Enner Glynn. “My father was a returned soldier, so I went to the dawn service. I don’t think I’ve missed one in 25 years.”

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“My father was in WW2. When my children were young we used to take them to the dawn parades and we watched it on TV yesterday.”

“My grandad was in WW1. He lived in a trench for four years and received a Distinguished Service Medal. I’ve been to many services.”

“I’ve only been in New Zealand for three years but it’s similar to Rememberance Day in the UK. I hope to go to a dawn service one day.”

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children to understand what Anzac day means. “It’s certainly something I was brought up with and I want my children to remember,” she says. “Otherwise, it fades away.” The strong numbers of younger Nelsonians attending ceremonies is something that has been welcomed by RSA Nelson Marlborough Westland district president Derek Nees. “It’s very encouraging to see the younger generations attending and every year we see more and more younger people turning up to services,” says Derek. “Those are the people we have to get marching alongside us, as the day is coming when we won’t be there to march.”

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Grace Batty, 6, with her sister Charlotte, 11, at yesterday’s Anzac memorial service at the Stoke Community Hall. Photo: Kate Russell. Derek says they had a great turn out at yesterday’s dawn service at Anzac Park. “In my view, it was a good service,” he says. “It was bang on time, the speakers were very relevant and eve-

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A “peep hole” in a Tahunanui beach toilet cubicle has been patched up after a man was seen spying on a member of the public using the men’s toilets last Wednesday. The hole in The Nelson City Council-owned toilet block was fixed last Thursday morning by a council contractor, after the incident was posted on the Nelson Snippets Facebook page – attracting over 200

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Start-up businesses to compete for $35k kick start Does your business need a $35,000 kick-start? Well, if you own a smallto-medium enterprise in Nelson or Tasman, then you are eligible to enter the Business Accelerator competition. The competition is now into its third year, after being introduced by a group of local businesses as a way to help businesses from any sector or industry to access the experience and tools needed to

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Former restaurant owners fined $91k: The former owners of the Taste of Egypt in Nelson have been fined $91,000 in penalties and arrears owed to two workers. After an extensive investigation late last year by The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment, it was re-

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The Weekly just keeps on growing. Almost 11 years after the Waimea Weekly was founded in Richmond and six since the Nelson Weekly first started publishing, the locally-owned media group has just employed another journalist to keep up with demand. The latest addition to the team is sports editor Jacob Page. Jacob will organise and cover sport for the two newspapers and nelsonlive.co.nz. He comes to the Weekly after six years as a

sports reporter at the Timaru Herald and a brief spell at the Blenheim Sun. Jacob says he was keen to come to Nelson because he has family here and because of the region’s growing sporting scene. “Nelson punches well above its weight in terms of the high calibre of athletes the region produces and the quality of sporting facilities the region has. “I’m looking forward to getting to know people in the community and sharing their stories with our readers.”

Weekly editor Andrew Board says the appointment was made due to the growth of the papers. “Because our advertisers are getting great results they continue to buy space in the papers, which means we also have more space for news as we increase in size. That has put a strain on our existing editorial team so we we’ve decided to increase it again. “Jacob is a great addition; he has a strong background as a sports journalist who has broken many top stories. I’m sure local

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Wairua Fitness owner Greg Witika and his team of warriors donate $5550 to Nelson Tasman Life Education Trust chair Michelle Fitzgerald and Harold the Giraffe. Photo: Brittany Spencer.

Wairua Warriors hand money to Harold Harold the Giraffe from the Life Education Trust made a visit to Wairua Fitness on Friday. Amidst the kettlebell squats, tyre flipping and general horseying around, Harold and Nelson Tasman Life Education Trust chair Michelle Fitzgerald were given $5550 by the team at Wairua Fitness. The money donated to the trust was raised at the challenging Wairua Warrior obstacle race earlier this month. Michelle says the donation is amazing. “It’s great to be involved with

something local and without the input and generosity of Wairua and the other organisations that support us, we wouldn’t be able to get around the schools with the classroom and deliver the program that we have. “It costs about $18 per kid and we see about 5500 children a year," she adds. "It's a lot of coin, but this support is incredible and it will go towards helping us pay our educator and updating the classroom.” Event organiser Greg Witika says he and the team are happy

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ANZAC Darrin Ellis dressed as a Nazi Soldier with his MG42 machine gun at the Founder’s Anzac fete on Sunday. Those at the fete had the opportunity to learn about all the guns on display and get a glimpse of what war would have been like. “It’s important to me that we celebrate Anzac Day because it reminds us of what we’ve got to not let happen again,” says Darrin. “My grandfather was stationed over at Delta during the war, but my father’s younger brother went over to Crete and got captured there by the Germans and put in a prison camp. He made it back but he didn’t talk much about the war.” Photo: Brittany Spencer.

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Poppy Day, Tuesday, March 29: After taking to the streets for Poppy Day on Friday, April 15, Nelson RSA was pleased to raise an initial total of $14,770. The overall total is still to be calculated as their fundraising also included 40 collection boxes which were distributed around Nelson businesses and their stall at the Nelson Saturday market over the weekend. All money raised through Poppy Day stays in the area and is used for welfare costs for returned servicemen, or their widows or dependents. Nelson Civic Choir, Tuesday, April 12: Nelson Civic Choir has received a handful of donations towards their fundraising campaign for New York, but is still in need of support to reach their goal. The group was invited to audition for the premier of a new musical piece by composer Sir Karl Jenkins, and was then selected to take part in the concert which will be held at New York’s Carnegie Hall in January next year. They are the only choir from New Zealand going and will be amongst several other choirs from around the world. For more information on how you can help them raise part of the $150,000 needed to reach New York, email the group at nelsonchoir@gmail. com, or follow them on Facebook – New York Welcomes Nelson. Kettlebell Competition, Tuesday, April 19: Saturdays Kettlebell competition saw 11 athletes compete, three from Auckland, one from Christchurch and seven locals. Local woman Sheena Jones set a new New Zealand record with 116 reps in the 16kg Long Cycle and took out the overall Long Cycle title. She also set a New Zealand record in the 12kg Snatch with 175 reps. The Women's Long Cycle event was the highlight with four women lifting 16kg for 95 reps plus. Other outstanding local lifters include Nikki Bowman who took first overall in the Snatch, Peter Jones who snatched 16kg for 208 reps for first place in the mens Snatch, and Shane Bowman who set a personal record in the 12kg Long Cycle. Lifters are now looking forward to training for the inaugural NZGSA national championship at the NZ Fitness Expo in July.

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The Hound of the Baskervilles actors Chris Goodyear, Susanne Smith, left, and Troy Warring, right, with staff from the SPCA, centre. Antics Theatre Company will be performing The Hound of the Baskervilles at the Theatre Royal from May 4-7. Photo: Barry Sangster.

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A photo of the Haven Rd house sent in by John Maurice. Some fab established Olives in front, hope they get a new life hopefully with some of the reclaimable wood. Jacinda Stevenson. Man jailed for Facebook post: Aww what. I had a person stalking me and sending me threatening txt. I didn't even know who it was, the only thing the cops did was take a statement. Double standards. Frances Minogue. Z considers ban on Wicked campers: Why don't wicked campers turn their slogans into positives, for example: 'Smoking is NOT cool.' That's my take on this whole issue, take a negative and turn it into a positive:) Luc Piemontesi.

How would that work if they had already filled up with gas? I can't see them running out the door, saying, 'stop, you are not welcome here.' Tracy Rolle. How ludicrously, earnestly PC we're becoming. A "citizen led" drive to become as joyless dreary and institutionalised as Communist, era Bulgaria or Albania. Welcome to 1984 in 2016. As petrol buyers, we've got choices too. I'm for a free market in fuel and ideas, even if some of them are somewhat off. Jim Mitchell. Everything is just so PC! They are not doing any more harm than lots of other advertising seen everywhere else. Take it or leave it. There are far more deserving causes for "harm".... Wicked campers must be loving the free advertising they are getting, though. Cheryl Wood Lambert. Would they stop people fuelling up those who are wearing offensive slogans on their t-shirts? Allison Walker Neilson. That's going a bit far, Z. I think far too may companies are jumping on the wagon for free publicity. It's someone's company they are ruining. Its only the minority PC brigade banging the same old drum, this country needs to learn how to laugh a bit. Troy Campbell.

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New youth brass programme Nelson City Brass is starting a new ‘YouTH PRogRamme’ under the guidance of musical Director mr. Nigel Weeks The scheme is aimed at providing opportunities to learn a brass instrument for students aged 8-15 years Tuition will be at Nelson City Brass Band Room, Hathaway Terrace, (next to Trafalgar Park)

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Under the tuition of internationally-recognised once learners progress further and join one of brass band musical director Nigel Weeks, local the bands). Nelson City Brass secretary Wayne youth are being given the opportunity to learn Jennens says the programme doesn’t just offer a brass instrument and enjoy the fellowship that young people a chance to learn to play an instrucomes from playing in a brass band. Nelson City ment and understand music, it’s also the perfect Brass is starting a new youth programme, aimed opportunity to take up a fun and worthwhile at children between the ages of 8 and 15, and hobby. There is plenty of room to progress, with with the help of Nigel, their new musical direc- the youth band regularly taking part in camps tor, Nelson City Brass and the senior band is hoping to attract frequently asked a number of new to perform at local members to the corevents and functions. net, horn, baritone, For those who have euphonium, tuba an interest in joinand other brass band ing the youth proinstruments. Nigel, gramme, and would having come to Nellike to see an examson from Auckland, ple of what they can has had a lot of suc- Join Nelson City Brass’s new youth programme. aspire to, the Nelson cess training youth, City Brass Band will and is the perfect person to ignite a passion for be holding a concert on Mothers Day, Sunday, brass in the region’s younger population. The best May 8, at Annesbroook Church, from 2:30pm, thing about the programme though, is the fact and encourages people to come along and have a that tuition and instrument hire is 100 per cent listen. Adult entry is $15, while children are free. free. Those interested will take part in a weekly Wayne also asks that people who still possess beginner’s session, held on Tuesday afternoons a Nelson City Brass instrument from previous at the Nelson City Brass bandroom on Hathaway years, please return it so that new students can Terrace, next to Trafalgar Park. Once they have enjoy using them to practice. For more informareached a certain standard, they will then be able tion on the youth programme, email secretary@ to progress to the junior band and ultimately the nelsonbrass.org.nz or phone 027 444 8939. Nelson City Brass Youth Band, (a sub will apply Business Update. Adv.


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SAVE THE CHILDREN FAIR: Tania Maheno of Stoke purchases an item from a volunteer at the annual Save the Children Fair on Saturday. The fair, which was held at the Stoke Memorial Hall, is raising money for two specific projects that the Save the Children organisation is currently involved in. The first being in Bangladesh, involves working alongside local partners in the Daulatdia brothel to provide quality education to children there, while the second project, in the Philippines, works within schools to teach children how to prepare for and respond to natural disasters. The total amount raised through the fair isn’t known at present, but organisers were pleased with the crowds of people who came to explore and purchase a range of items, from plants and homemade produce, to clothes, books and toys. Photo: Jessie Johnston.

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Classic carnival celebrates past and present Jessie Johnston The Tahunanui Classic Carnival was a day of sun, surf and friendly competition, coinciding with the Nelson Surf Life Saving and Nelson Boardriders club's reunion. Unlike a competitive carnival, Saturday’s activities at Tahunanui Beach were purely for entertainment, and designed so anyone could get involved, including people from other surf life-saving clubs around the region. While those taking part were mostly the younger members of the Nelson club, ex surf life-savers and board riders watched on, remembering the old days and seeing how much things have changed since the original club was established. "Surf life-saving in Nelson has gone through a number of reincarnations, surf life-saving started in 1932 in Nelson and at various times it faded away and restarted and it sort of existed on and off up until the 50s. Then, in about 1956, a number of other surf life-savers from other clubs around the country came here and really strongly thought they wanted to have an official club with a club house," says current Nelson Surf Life Saving president, Marcus Gardner. The club continued this pattern until 1982 when a lack of membership forced it into recess, and not long after that the old club-

Ex surf life saving club members, Roy Devanny, Henk Beek and Pete Chapman, with Nelson Surf Life Saving Club’s current junior members, Jed Lyttle and Liam Seelan, during the Tahunanui Classic Carnival on Saturday. Photo: Jessie Johnston. house was burnt down. "Surf life-saving was going through a lot of changes in those days, from using reel and rope with a swimmer on the end to rescue people, to the rescue tube in the 80s and the BP inflatable boats. That was partly how our club came about, the old Tahuna club had been dead for a short number of years, and then we had people come from out of Nelson who thought we did really need a surf life-

saving club. In those days you had to start from scratch and we started as a community rescue service, and basically grew that organisation to the point where we could get back to being an official life-saving club," says Marcus. The reunion weekend, which started on Friday with a casual meet and greet, is the last opportunity to get all the past and present club members together. "From the 1950s, 1960s, right through to

the early 1980s era, we've got a good spread across all the decades. We've got one or two of the early members who are in their 80s now, who were involved with the club in the 1950s when they built the original clubhouse that used to be here in the days when [membership] was really strong, and then we've got people through the 1970s up to 1980," says Marcus. After the carnival on Saturday, which allowed past members to see how surf lifesaving has progressed, a formal dinner was held at The Boathouse. "Its just amazing to have the stories come out and the people remember so much, it's been really interesting, and its good because it links surf life-saving right back, from where we are now, to its earlier history," says Marcus. "A lot of them watch surf life-saving on television and things, and they just say "its not like it used to be but it looks a hell of a lot of fun, and that's the main thing, it's all about having fun and keeping the kids coming through." The carnival included IRB racing, beach flags, board racing and swimming races. "The club wouldn't exist without the support of the local public and businesses, we exist purely to help the community and the sport side is the fun side that we do," says Marcus.

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When it comes to buying or selling property for a fixed fee, enlisting the services of an experienced professional is essential for a smooth and efficient process. Shirley Taylor of Rout Milner Fitchett has around 30 years’ experience in the industry, and one of the areas Shirley specialises in is business and residential conveyancing, including sub-divisions and leases. Rout Milner Fitchett is committed to providing clients Shirley Taylor with timely, friendly and cost-effective legal services, and Shirley encourages people to come to them at the very beginning of the purchase process. From there, Shirley can assist with arranging finance once the offer has been accepted, deal with the sale and purchase agreement, and advise her clients on any legal issues that may arise. Helping people achieve a stress-free purchase or sale is an aspect of the job Shirley takes particular enjoyment in, so for more information on how Shirley can help you when buying or selling property on a fixed fee, don’t hesitate to contact her today on 548 0064. Your home deserves the best, so when you’re renovating or building brand new, choose a bathroom that offers style, functionality and a touch of luxury. Established in New Zealand in 2002, Lennox Bathroom has been in business for over 10 years. Thanks to the quality and integrity of their products and service, they now have five branches and showrooms throughout the country, including Auckland, Hamilton, Christchurch, Dunedin and Nelson. Lennox Bathroom Nelson is proud to be the onestop-bathroom-shop, providing homeowners and trade professionals with a quality selection of bathroom accessories, showers, vanities, toilets, tap ware and kitchen sinks. As well as their superior range of bathroom products, the team at Lennox Bathroom Nelson also promises their clients will experience a standard of excellence in service and competitive pricing. With trusted reviews from their Trademe customers, and a free consultation provided, don’t settle for anything but the very best when it comes to fitting out your new home. Make sure you talk to the professional team at Lennox Bathroom Nelson today about creating the bathroom you’ve always wanted. Come in and see them at their showroom at 34 St Vincent Street, Nelson, or give them a call on 548 8858.


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Things haven’t always been easy and straightforward for Ulrich Heck, and with all the challenges he has faced, to be celebrating 10 years in business in New Zealand is a true reflection of the fantastic products he makes and his inspirational resilience and work ethic. It’s a milestone Ulrich would also like to share with those who have supported him, including Fresh Choice Richmond and Nelson, and Richmond Mall his private customers who continue to purchase and enjoy the products “In der allergroessten not, ess’ ich die he creates. wurscht auch ohne brot!” Heck German Smallgoods is the home Happy 10th Anniversary Uli! of quality German and European cold cuts, sausages, salamis, ham and much more. All of Ulrich’s prodProud to stock Ulrich’s fantastic products and ucts are glucongratulate him on 10 years in business. ten free and contain no fillers at all, what you’re purchasing OPEN 7 DAYS 7am - 9pm is premium New Zeawww.freshchoicenelson.co.nz land meats thenelsongrocer prepared with the finest spices, sourced from Germany. When you walk into the

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gourmet butchery, everything you see have 20 per cent off when purchased is made on site, with passion and us- through the factory shop. If you ing recipes that have been refined by haven’t tried any of Ulrich’s creations the hands of the Heck butcher family yet, take advantage of this anniverover the last 150 years. Ulrich’s fam- sary special to savour some authentic German and Euroily began craftpean flavours. ing small goods Heck German back in the 1850s, Smallgoods has through their busia comprehensive ness in Heidelberg, website available and since then, where you will they have created, find a list of all perfected and masthe products Ultered many recirich has to offer, pes that are now including descripfavourites among tions of each one, customers around or you can come New Zealand. Bestraight into the ing a factory shop factory shop at 8a means Ulrich’s Kotua Pl, in the customers can see Wakatu Industrial right into the heart Estate, and choose of the butchery, from their mouthwitnessing some watering display of the processes that go into the Ulrich Heck has a passion for creat- cabinet. German delicious, finished ing quality German and European Heck is product and while smallgoods, from sausages and cold Smallgoods open to the public Ulrich now sup- cuts, to salamis and pate. on Monday, Tuesplies a number of businesses in the hospitality indus- day, Wednesday and Friday, from 9am try and retail outlets, Heck German until 2pm and on Thursdays from Smallgoods has never lost the spirit of 9am until 6pm. Plus, if you’re ever out and about on a Saturday morning, a family operation. To celebrate the great achievement of come and see Ulrich at the Nelson 10 years operating in New Zealand, Saturday market, you’ll find him set Ulrich will be offering a discount on up inside Penguinos in Montgomery all fresh sausages for his customers. Square. Between April 27 and May 13, all fresh For more information, visit the websausages, of which there are six varie- site at www.heck.co.nz, or give Heck t i e s , German Smallgoods a call on 541 w i l l 0981 today.

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Tasman golfers look to impress at SI age-groups SporTS Jacob Page Tasman Golf is sending a 13-strong team to the Under-16 and Under-19 South Island Junior Interprovincial in Ashburton starting tomorrow. The team had one of its last training sessions at Nelson Golf Club with club pro Glyn Delany last week. Tasman will put five man teams in both age groups and will compete against Canterbury Aorangi, Otago and Southland. The best four scored for each of three rounds will go towards deciding a winner. The event doubles as the South Island Age Group Championships for individual golfers, which is played over a three round strokeplay format. Tasman’s two female golfers Lizzie Neale, 12, and Eve Clarke, 16, will compete in their respective girls age-group sections. Tasman Golf development manager Chris Pugh says the team has experience, with just one debutante in 15-year-old Josh Wright, but it will be important to get used to the Tinwald course. “We’ve never won the event but we have finished second in both age groups a few times. “We are always very strong in this age. Our boys should do well because we have some strong players here, but getting used to a

FOOTBALL: Two goals from Joel Harden helped Nelson Suburbs Seals to a 3-1 win over Nelson College first XI in Nelson Bays Division One football. In other results; Tahuna beat Wakefield 2-0, Richmond Athletic defeated Marlborough Mariners 3-2 and FC Nelson were too strong for Nelson Suburbs First XI 2-0. A late winner from Ben Wright earned Nelson Suburbs a 2-1 win over Halswell in the Mainland Premier League game at Saxton field. The team was playing Coastal Spirit as we went to print.

The Tasman Golf team that will compete at the South Island Interprovincial Golf event in Tinwald this week are, (from left back): Josh Wright, Mitchell Newport, Connor Winter, Matthew Grimes, Olly Merritt (front left) Harry Kim, Eve Clarke, Lizzie Neale, Josh Simpson and Andrew Drummond. Photo: Jacob Page. new course will be a major factor.” Chris says 18-year-old Greenacres golfer Andrew Drummond will be one to watch, along with Nelson Golf Club’s Sam Nichol “Andrew’s an experienced golfer now who has represented Tasman at a senior level and so has Sam. I think if the rest of the boys can front up and produce what they are capable

of in their handicaps then the team will go well,” Chris says. Nelson will host the New Zealand Secondary Schools and Age-Group Championships in August, where Nelson College golfers will represent the district. A number of individuals will also compete in the event.

RUGBY LEAGUE: Both games in round three of the Tasman Rugby League competition in round three ended in draws. Victory Phoenix and Wanderers Wolves drew 26-26, with Victory missing a late conversion. Richmond Rabbits and Tahuna Tigers played out a 32-all draw. GOLF: Nelson golfer Ryan Chisnall sits on top of the New Zealand Golf Order of Merit. Chisnall finished fourth at the Akarana Open on the Charles Tour. He finished at -10, six shots off the eventual winner

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Motorcross trophy brings plenty of interest The Top of the South VMX club are holding their annual Ray Anderson Memorial Trophy and Club Champs on Sunday, May 1, at Tadmor. This year is the 12th running of the Ray Anderson Memorial. Ray was member of the Nelson Motorcycle Club from 1947 to when he passed away in 2003 and spent 52 years as secretary or treasurer, as well as being a member of the MNZ executive in the early 1960s. Ray received the service award medal from MNZ in 1996, and also the Nelson community service award in 2002 for long-standing and valuable contribution to the sport of motorcycling. The Ray Anderson Memorial Classic Trophy recognises this contribution and is raced for by a different class each year, drawn on the day, which gives all senior riders the opportunity to race for the trophy. All the classes race for the club champs and the Tapawera Hotel cup for the overall club champ. The 2016 event is proudly sponsored by Morley Motorcycle & Marine. Sign in from 8am and racing starts at 10am. For more info, see www.sportsground.co.nz/ tosvmx or call Rob Anglesey (03) 522 4007.

Jones a man for the ages Phill Jones and records seem to go hand-in-hand. "When you've played this long you're bound to earn a few by default," the veteran smirks in the pre-game shoot around. "It feels like any other game but if it provides the guys with more incentive to get a much needed win, then that's good." The Mike Pero Nelson Giants veteran became the first man to play 400 NBL games yesterday when his Giants faced the Canterbury Rams at Nelson’s Trafalgar Centre. The 42-year-old debuted in 1993 and is in his 22nd season in the league. "It feels like it's been five minutes, not 22 seasons," he says. Phill is the second all time leading points scorer in the NBL having gone past 7000 points this season. Only Ronnie Joyner’s 8616 points stands in front of him. Phill has made a career out of being a deadly three-

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point shooter and has a lifetime average of over 38 per cent in the NBL. This season he’s above that at 44 per cent. All but ten of those 400 games have been played in Giants colours. "Nelson is a special place for me, as is the Trafalgar Centre," he says. "I have so many great memories in this building and the people of Nelson have always been so loyal." Phill says he is still enjoying the game but isn't thinking too far ahead. "It's the old cliche, one game at a time," he says. "I've had some great memories in Nelson and hopefully there will be a few more before this season ends." For a full report of yesterday's match between the Giants and the Rams visit nelson live.co.nz.

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Tasman United coach gets rare ‘clean slate’ Jacob Page

New Tasman United football coach Richard Anderson is aware of how lucky he is to be in a coaching role with a clean slate. The 29-year-old, who will coach Tasman United in its inaugural National League season, caught his first glimpse of the talent in the region on Saturday when he saw Nelson Suburbs 2-1 Mainland Premier League win over Halswell at Saxton Field. Richard says, while the region is looking to enhance its own football identity he is looking to do the same. “This is one of those rare times as a coach that you have a clean slate,” he says. “Usually, when a team hires a new

coach, the club is doing poorly, a manager or coach has been fired or moved on to other things.” He says the role is an opportunity for him to transition into a head coaching position. “I’ve had the opportunity to do player development roles in England and then went over and did a similar thing with the Cook Islands while being an assistant to the national side. “When this role came up I thought it was time to step up out of that shadow.” Richard says the idea of being part of so many club firsts is exciting. “The key thing is player recruitment now and getting the players in who can play an entertaining style of football that

draws people to supporting us and a style the players enjoy playing.” Richard says he is also on the lookout for a goal keeping coach and is keen to utilise sports science and match analysis in his backroom staff. Richard’s contract with Cook Islands Football ends in early July which is when his focus will become solely Tasman United. “We will play a style of football that will excite our fans and play with pride for the shirt, and hopefully that will lead to good performances and success.” The National League competition is due to kick off in November.

Tasman United coach Richard Anderson at Saxton Field on Saturday. Photo: Jacob Page.

Former Makos skipper keen to push basics The Nelson Rugby Club will have the services of former Tasman Makos captain Andrew Goodman for a junior skills session on Thursday. The event at Neale Park will also have senior Nelson Rugby Club players and coaches involved in providing the basic skills for

rugby. Andrew says it’s a chance to improve basic skills like catching, kicking and passing, before the season starts. The day-long event is a first for the Nelson club and something Andrew hoped would continue. “I think a lot of clubs are looking to be more proactive with training

days like this and it’s good to see Nelson taking that step. “It’s also a good chance for kids to run around and give parents a break during the school holidays. Andrew says the topic of concussion would also be on the agenda. “Concussions are obviously a big issue in sport at

the moment and younger players often suffer from them because of poor technique, like getting your head in the wrong place when attempting to take a player down. “If we can show kids safe and effective techniques then it’s a good thing.” Nelson Rugby Club operations

coordinator Grant Crossett says it’s an exciting day and hopefully something which will become a regular fixture of the club’s preseason calendar. The session runs from 9.30am to 3pm at a cost of $20. Registrations are via the club website.

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Nelson clubs flex muscles in Tasman Trophy Having recently moved to Nelson from Dunedin, one of the first things on our list was to join in on a fishing club. The one club that stood out for us was the Dawnbreakers fishing club which had a good family vibe to it. We recently joined the club for a trip to Okiwi bay where we met a number of members for the first time, one member who helped me and the family out with the new fishing techniques that we had not used before- having only really done lake fishing and trawling for salmon in the Dunedin harbour and needed all the help we could get. The following weekend, back in Nelson, the same member, Nick Roberts, invited me for a day fish out in his boat to show me some fishing spots and put my new-found fishing skills to the test. We headed out to Cable Bay where we anchored up, set up our burley and settled down for a fish. I spent the first few hours watching

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New Nelsonian Chris Curtis with his first-ever snapper, a 21 pound whopper. Nick reel in one fish after another, wondering what I was doing wrong. Eventually, my line with a pink flasher rig and a chunk of pilchard on screamed off, and after about a 15 minute fight I landed my first-ever snapper (21lb 4 ounces, just saying). I did feel sorry for Nick who didn’t know whether to shake my hand or push me overboard, but nevertheless, thanks to Nick for the day out and putting us on the spot.

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Nelson club rugby teams will look to continue their dominance over their Marlborough neighbours last weekend in the Tasman Trophy. Marist, Wanderers, Waimea Old Boys and Stoke all recorded wins, while Nelson drew with Renwick and Kahurangi lost to Waitohi away from home. It was frustration for both Nelson and Renwick when the fulltime whistle blew at Trafalgar Park. Nelson coach Kade Heke admitted his team did not make use of the breeze at their backs in the second half, despite fighting back from 12-0 down early in the first half after being reduced to 13 men at one stage. First half tries to industrious No 8 David Egelstaff and dynamic fullback Tima Faingaanuku got them into the sheds all even at halftime. Kade says his team simply didn’t execute the game plan after the break. “I don’t think we gelled as well as we could have and didn’t use the wind as well as we could have." Much of the attacking play went through Faingaanuku and centre Amos Pogia. While they looked good on attack, Nelson backs were guilty of going in too high to contact and turned the ball over in good field position several times. Prop Dylan Turnbull was good around the fringes with ball in hand for the hosts. Kade admitted his scrum was put under pressure and it took

Nelson fullback Tima Faingaanuku looks to bump off his Renwick opposite during the 15-all Tasman Trophy rugby draw at Trafalgar Park on Saturday. Photo: Jacob Page. his team too long to adjust to the referee. A 75th minute penalty from halfback Jackson Harvey ensured Nelson would share the points. “It’s been frustrating, we came out here looking to make a statement and a draw doesn’t really do that," says Kade. “It’s better than a loss, but there’s plenty to work on for us." This Saturday’s games feature Nelson travelling to Lansdowne Park to face Cen-

tral, Marist hosting Moutere at Trafalgar Park, Kahurangi welcoming Harlequins to Cooks Reserve, high flying Wanderers on the road to face Renwick, Stoke hosting Waitohi and Waimea Old Boys travelling to Kaikoura to challenge East Coast. Full results: Marist 46, Harlequins 32; Nelson 15, Renwick 15; Wanderers 30, Central 21; Waimea Old Boys 37, Moutere 22; Waitohi 25, Kahurangi 17; Stoke 27, East Coast 20.

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Community Notices Heart Help in Stoke - Meet at Honest Lawyer for coffee & a chat for people who have had heart events. 10.30am 3rd Saturday each month. Graham 021 034 6335 Alan 027 6183 050. CopD BreatHing ClaSSeS – seated exercise class delivered by a physiotherapist $5 per class, or only $2 per for Nelson Asthma Society members. At Ernest Rutherford Village 4th May at 1.30pm and at the Reformed Church, Enner Glynn 27th April at 1pm. Bring a friend along and you get one free class. Phone Sue 544 1562 aDVanCe notiCe: Nelson Indoor Bowls Association will hold a Garage Sale Sat. 11 June at Warnes Stadium, Songer St, Stoke. Tables are available to hire for other fundraising groups in the district. Contact: D. Powick 5451773 or K.Forsyth 5477485. nelSon Community potterS 136 Rutherford St. Learn pottery. Handbuilding,wheel work for beginners to expert. Social group Thurs 10-12 & Mondays 6-9pm. Term 2 classes enrol now. Limited numbers Ph Elizabeth 5481488 proBuS CluB of nelSon City welcomes men and women as new members. Next meeting 9.45 for 10.00am, Thursday 12 May at Nelson Golf Club, 38 Bolt Road, Tahunanui. Speaker – Morgan Williams. 'Phone Jennifer 548 0272. funDraiSing Quiz nigHt Friday 20 May at Headingly Centre, Headingly Lane. Slinet Auction 7pm. quiz starts 7.30pm. Supper provided, tables of 8 preferred. Bookings essential Linda 5447071. Tickets from Grace Church Office, Fields Florist, Queen St Richmond, Pinnacle House 452 Lower Queen St, Red Dog Motueka. Proceeed to Pinnacle House - providing high quality day service to very high special needs individuals & for whom full time employment is not an option. www.pinnaclehousenelson.org.nz nelSon inStitute talk. Garrick Batten. Author, columnist, agricultural adviser & manager. How knowledge must drive future Nelson regional development now we live in a Global Village".

Overcoming insularity is a must. May 1, Activity Rm, Nelson Library. 2pm. $2pp. Ph 5451646 neW mum looking for something to do come and join a SPACE programme great discussions on baby development, toy making and music. Contact Teresa Flowers 035479877 or dave_trees@xtra.co.nz 'WHat next? Life Beyond the Parenting Years' is a 62 page, A5 book offering activities in Nelson for people whose kids have left home; are new to Nelson or are looking for a new hobby. Ideal for Mothers Day & only $10! Email me for a copy, Carol Parkinson whatnextnelson@gmail.com Spiritual WiSDom on Health and Healing: A workshop for anyone wanting to discover new spiritual tools and insights to see oneself and one’s state of health from a higher perspective. Presented by ECKANKAR NZ. Tues. April 26, 7-8:30pm Ph Lyndy 5481450 or 021 156 7914 HaBitat for Humanity are looking for a retired electrician to test & tag electrical items. Long term or short term volunteers are both welcome! Ph 547 4626 Waimea HarrierS join with Athletics Nelson for the Presidents Trophy, Branford Park, at 2.30pm on Saturday. All welcome. For details, Ph Alan 5423768 or view the website http://www.waimeaharriers.nz/ military Day WW2 tHemeD event at Higgins Park, Wakefield. Sunday 1st May. $5, under 14's free. Vehicles, stalls, rides, main activities. 11am-4pm". SoCial inDoor BoWlS. Every Wed. and Fri. 1.15 to 4 pm. Trafalgar St. Hall, opposite Trailways. Come along & join in the fun. Ph 5466562 or 5489006. nelSon Cake DeCoratorS are holding a Workshop & Demo Sat. 7 May, 9am4pm. Richmond Church of Christ, Cnr. Croucher/Darcy St. Learn how to make sugar flowers and models. All materials provided, cost $30. Ring 548 6696 or 544 5970 to book your place. CraftS, Caring & SHaring. Starts Monday 2 May Mon 26 Sept. Come along, bring a friend. Everyone is welcome. Have

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a cuppa or a coffee. Gold coin donation. Bring your craft. Ph: Pauline 544 9174. nelSon reSiDentS aSSoCiation monthly Sunday brunch –May 1 Venue: “623 In the City”, Hardy St. Guest Speaker: Craig Dennis, Chairman – Progress Nelson Tasman (supporting the Southern Arterial Link). $22 per person, limited seats, No Door Sales! For tickets: Kevin 545 2010. ViCtory playCentre funraiSer: Quiz@SpeigHtS aleHouSe.. Quiz night 30 May 6.30pm to fundraise for our small centre! If you would like to support us& have some fun, get a team together, pop to Victory Community Centre, purchase tickets($10pp) & we'll see you there!. artiSan market Stall HolDerS WanteD: for Sunday 1 May, 10 -2 in Stoke Memorial Hall. $20 per stall. Join a range of stalls from wonderful local makers. Organised by Nelson Lioness Club. Contact Carol 544 7537 or Monica 022 163 1560. Stoke/taHunanui laDieS CluB (formerly probus) welcomes new members for a fun friendship & fellowship morning Apr. 20 Suburban Club Tahunanui Dr. 9.45am to hear Dave McManus from Copy Press speak. Meet for Coffee & Chat on the 2nd Thurs each month at 2pm WOW Apr. 14 love to see you there come & join us. Diane 5476331 naylanD BaDminton CluB Tuesdays, Stoke Memorial Hall, 4:15 – 5:45pm. Starts 3rd May. Ages: 9-18 years. Racquets & shuttlecocks provided. $5.00 Casual/ $45 per term. Aimee : 545 6518 /0276979270 Sue: 547 2484/ 02102502239. DanCing 10 Week CourSe Square & Round Dance Club. Come & have fun. 19 April. 8 pm to 10 pm. $3.00 pp each night. Whakatu Hall 13 Florence St Richmond. Ph Chris x2 0277225846. fun * free * fit CluB: come join our friendly group for a great workout. Thurs 9.30am & Sun. 3.15pm The Broadgreen Historic hse Rose Garden Nayland Rd Stoke. Bring $5 for your yummy recovery shake. Everyone welcome, all fitness levels. Health Coach Sarah 0212034270

nelSon neWComerS netWork - Walking Group Tuesdays & Fridays at 10 am - meet people & explore Nelson, Stoke, Richmond on foot - for info www. newcomers.co.nz or ph Karin 547 4461, Shirley 547 5511, Linda 022 125 4632. CanCer SoCiety, 539 1137. mindfulness and relaxation Wednesdays 1.20pm Fairfield House $3 donation to Cancer Society 539 1137. Prostate Cancer Support group meet 1st Thursday of month Broadgreen House 1.30 to 3.30pm contact Ian 547 3373. yoDo you only Die once – We explore why advanced care planning is important, discuss why it is often difficult to initiate these conversations. Tuesday 10 May. Register Cancer Society 539 1137 Stoke Senior april eVentS tues 26th Bob Young performs popular hits. thurs 28th Phil Steans with country music . Most weekly concerts events start 1.30 pm admission of $5 (unless otherwise stated). This includes afternoon tea in the Stoke Seniors Hall, 548 Main Road, Stoke PH: 547-2660 HoliDay programme for 3-4 year olDS. 18 – 28 April 2016, 8.30am – 2.30pm. Hira, Nelson, Stoke, Richmond & Motueka venues. See www.ntk.org.nz REGULAR EVENTS ViCtory playCentre for children (0-6 years) & their parents. Come along & have a go, Meet other families & have fun. 3 free sessions. Monday - Friday 9.30am - 12pm. 255 Vanguard Street, Nelson Phone Teresa 5467100 dave_trees@xtra.co.nz inDoor BoWlS - Wakapuaka Club 7pm every Tuesday at Clifton Tce School Hall. Friendly active club for all ages and levels. It’s never to late to learn so come and enjoy the challenge. No charge to give it a try. New members always welcome. Contact Fred 548-3541, Jeanette 545-2458, or Denise 545-1773. fooD, iS it a proBlem for you? Are you suffering from anorexia, bulimia, obesity and/or compulsive eating? Overeaters Anonymous works. Ph

0226730237. Meetings held weekly. All welcome. Want to make a DifferenCe? Support former refugees to resettle in Nelson. Full training provided, starts 20th May. Contact Red Cross Nelson: jettie.skerten@ redcross.org.nz or 548-4978 SCottiSH Country DanCing: The Nelson Club dance on Thursday nights, 7.30pm at the YMCA, 156 Toi Toi St, Nelson. New dancers welcome, no partner needed, your first night is free. For details please contact Kelly 547-5721. JuSt uS Drama meets Monday's 10.30. - noon, for rehearsing skits etc to perform for Senior Groups. Enquiries phone Marion 5470509 yoga WitH aliCe Class Tues 6.45 pm Thurs 5.45 pm 1 Hour class $5. Auckland Point School 111 Haven Rd, Nelson Please wear comfy clothes & bring a mat. All levels welcome. Alice 022 127 6306 nelSon organiC green groCer April Friday evening socials- ‘gather’ with friends at the store anytime between 6.30 & 7.30PM every Friday in April, ‘share’ a cup of wholesome Autumnal hearty vegetable or miso soup, and ‘learn’ about the exciting things that are happening at your local. 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. mum4mum BreaStfeeDing Support meets the last Thursday of every month 1.30pm-2.30pm at the Tahunanui Community Centre, 61 Muritai t, Tahunanui. Ph Tara 0212772098 or mum4mum@nbph.org.nz fertilty Support group. Meet others who understand first-hand the heartache of infertility in an informal, relaxed setting. New members (both women & men) are always welcome. Held 6.30pm on second Tuesday of every month. For full details contact Shannan or Susannah - nelsonsupport@fertilitynz.org.nz

inelSon QuilterS guilD - meeting 3rd Wednesday of month, Stoke Primary School 7.30pm. Saturday workdays, guest tutors,weekly groups available. New members welcome. For info. contact Rosemary Mellsop 03 5488023. SpaCe is for first time parents & babies, weekly sessions include child development discussions, music & craft. New programme starting soon. Teresa 035479877 or dave_trees@xtra.co.nz tenniS eVery Sat. 1pm onwards at Tahuna Dr courts visitors most welcome ph 5476562 Mike lighthouse Spiritual awareness. Monday nights 7.30pm. Talks, clairvoyance, healings. Trafalgar St Hall, opp Trailways. Donations appreciated. riCHmonD CreatiVe fiBre- meet at Birch Hall, Richmond showgrounds, 2nd, 3rd & 4th Thursdays of the month at 9.30am for Spinning,knitting, Felting &weaving. Contact Dianne 5449982 fitneSS on ViCtory park . Fun for all ages & fitness ability, encouraged to work at own level. 10:30 Mondays $5. Marion 02108399290 line DanCing fitneSS , suburban club tues & thurs 10am. Free coffee & social time. Meet & make new friends. All ages/ gender. Ph: diane sutherland 03 54 79 280 , 0274 491 569. Ph: Diane Sutherland 03 54 79 280 , 0274 491 569. ligHtHouSe Spiritual aWareneSS. Monday nights 7.30pm. Talks, clairvoyance, healings. Trafalgar St Hall, opp Trailways. Donations appreciated. 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 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

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Items can either be dropped into our Auction Rooms, or please phone to discuss arrangements for pick up and delivery.

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Locally Owned and Operated

TUESDAY 26 April 2016

Trades&Services painter

painters

Stephen Halcrow Paint Wor Painter and decorator

Interior & exterior New homes Wall papering Repaints & renovations Award winners

www.nbd.co.nz

Ph: 548 3836

speCialising in Roof paints 10-15 year warranty on external Solargard paint through wattyl nZ

• Residential/RestoRations • CommeRCial • inteRioR/exteRioR Contact nathan 021 0259 7363

or

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passenger hire

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PH 548 5900 sales@nelsonweekly.co.nz

photography

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E aglE I magIng Toby: 02777 55 995

property care

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YoUr TrADE or SErvicE righT hErE? 6cm x 1 column only

High quality imaging, stills and movies. Latest drone technology. Friendly, professional service and great rates. Weddings, sports, media, corporate - all events!

546 9991

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Ph 548 5900 property inspections property maintenance

GreatScapeS landscapes + property maintenance Honest Reliable Master Master Honest Reliable Plumbers and Gasfitters Plumbers and Gasfitters Since 1915 Since 1915

Professional Plumbing

Small Small • Leaking taps & pipes Services in Nelson, Jobs • KitchensJobs & Richmond & Motueka Welcome bathrooms Welcome • Solar 544 8059 www.tasmanbayplumbing.co.nz • Drainage Kevin Harris Kevin Harris

• Urgent Plumbing • Renovations • Competitive rates • Residential/Commercial

021 465 650

1/750 Lower Queen St Richmond 7081

Ph: 543 8090 Ph: 543 8090

For professional property management services contact the regions most preferred company by far. Stoke Motueka Picton

03 547 2476 03 528 4001 03 573 6166

Andrew Workman

021 081 82 123 Free Quotes & Prompt Service

www.stumpgrindingservice.co.nz

YoUr TrADE COMMERCIAL | INDUSTRIAL BUYING OR LEASING or SErvicE Bevan Dixon righT hErE? bevan.dixon@summit.co.nz 6cm x 1 column only

nelson’s Commercial Specialist 0274 755 063 545 6100

$21 +gst pw

storage

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Television installation & repair Satellites Over Nelson

2 Central Locations

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Keith Mitchell 027 484 5709

2 Echodale Place 13 Packham Cres.

Peter Ph (03) 547 9191

training

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House washing Paths, decks, driveways RoofMobile treatments 0220 649 822 (24hr) Ant, spider, for mould, lichen, A/H 547 7856 • 80 Neale Ave, Stoke, Nelson cockroach control moss, algae Gutters cleaned out Chimney cleaning Jeff NeilsoN

Jeff NeilsoN

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• House washing • Roof & gutters • Moss & algae removal • • Driveways, paths & decks • Boats & caravans •

Mobile 0220 649 822 (24hr)

Mobile 0220 649 822 (24hr)

A/H 547 7856 • 80 Neale Ave, Stoke, Nelson

A/H 547 7856 • 80 Neale Ave, Stoke, Nelson

Jeff NeilsoN

WaterblastiNg

• House washing • Roof & gutters • Moss & algae removal • • Driveways, paths & decks • Boats & caravans •

Jeff NeilsoN

A/H 547 7856 • 80 Neale Ave, Stoke, Nelson

Ph 544 9180 www.tripleonecare.co.nz

• 20+ years experience • Waterproofing certified • No job too big or small • Kitchen & splashbacks • Free quotes • Your satisfaction is our aim

Jeff NeilsoN

WaterblastiNg

WaterblastiNg

Mobile 0220 649 822 (24hr)

A/H 547 7856 • 80 Neale Ave, Stoke, Nelson

• House washing • Roof & gutters • Moss & algae removal • • Driveways, paths & decks • Boats & caravans •

• House washing • Roof & gutters • Moss & algae removal • • Driveways, paths & decks • Boats & caravans •

Jeff NeilsoN

Jeff NeilsoN

WaterblastiNg

WaterblastiNg

Mobile 0220 649 822 (24hr)

Mobile 0220 649 822 (24hr)

A/H 547 7856 • 80 Neale Ave, Stoke, Nelson

A/H 547 7856 • 80 Neale Ave, Stoke, Nelson

Cell: 0220

Ph 027 457 2285 Westwindprojects.co.nz

rooFing

649 822

A/H 547 7856

Landscaping • Garden Tidy’s Tree Pruning • Lawn Mowing Hedge Trimming • Planting Painting • Paving • Fencing Trees Removed • Chainsaw Work Decking • Chainsaw Milling Any work considered Mike eManuel

022 066 8981

soLar

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• Leaks • Repairs Specialising in supply & installation of Solar Systems for: Your solar specialists • Maintenance Your Solar • Grid Tied PV Systems • Off Grid PV Systems • ReRoofs SpecialiStS Clean, green, affordable • Solar Hot Water • New Roofs • Dairy Farms Smart Solutions for Smart People

Chris Inglis 03 5448059 0275485877

Camping and RV Domestic and Commercial 12v Off Grid

1-19 McPherson St Richmond www.nzsolar.co.nz info@nzsolar.co.nz

03 544 8553

• Camping & RV

• Domestic & Commercial

www.nzsolar.co.nz

Ph: 538 0824 Stoke

Proudly supplying Orange Residential Homes roofing requirements for over 10 years

trees

TILING CONTRACTOR

waterBLasting

Mobile 0220 649 822 (24hr)

7 - 8 May Outdoor First Aid

021 0297 0421

• Tree thinning • Height Reduction • Stump Grinding • Tree Removal

P. 027 224 7826

• House washing • Roof & gutters • Moss & algae removal • • Driveways, paths & decks • Boats & caravans •

residential ProPerty insPections

Sorting Selling Shifting Saving

C Brookman Ltd

• House washing • Roof & gutters • Moss & algae removal • • Driveways, paths & decks • Boats & caravans •

Private Courses Available

10 - 12 June Pre-hospital Emergency Care

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We help with:

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summit.co.nz

stUmp removaL

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Clean-ups Call us TODAY for a FREE quote Ph 0800 4 546 546 (0800 4 JIMJIM)

Ph 548 5900

summitrentals.co.nz

Stump GrindinG ServiceS

 Lawn Mowing  Pruning  Garden Maintenance  Inspection Garden

reaL estate

property management

Nelson 03 546 9290 Richmond 03 544 2900 Blenheim 03 578 0404

FOR ALL YOUR

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Moving to a rest home? Let us help you make it easy, stress free and profitable.

winDows

waimea

window cleaning • Professional • Domestic • Commercial • FREE Quotes

Nick 027 831 4414

03 544 8553 1/750 Lower Queen St Richmond 7081

www.nzsolar.co.nz

call the solar specialist 129 Pascoe St, Tahunanui

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