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New tsunami evacuation maps released by the Civil Defence this week show that large parts of Richmond and Nelson will need to be “evacuated immediately” if a “long or strong earthquake” hits the region. Online maps have been produced by civil

defence groups around the country to identify evacuation zones in the event of a tsunami. The Nelson Tasman Civil Defence and Emergency Management Group released their map on Wednesday and group controller Roger Ball says “a significant proportion of our urban population” is located within one of the three evacua-

tion zones. The colour-coded map shows red, orange and yellow shore exclusion zones for tsunamis of less than one metre, one to three metres and above three metres. Roger says the map makes it clear a “long or strong” tsunami could affect a lot of people” in Nelson and Tasman.

“The map show that we have a lot of lowlying areas, so potentially there are parts of our coast that would be affected by various kinds of tsunami,” Roger says. “The key message is that people need to think about the risk - if you feel a very large earthquake,

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RSA members, from second left, Graeme Walker, Terry Richardson and Bruce Thomson with Graeme’s daughter Sandra Westbury, at the Anzac Day service in the War Memorial Gardens in Richmond on Monday. Photo: Simon Bloomberg.

Anzac Day services around Tasman keep getting bigger with over a thousand people gathering in Richmond’s War Memorial Gardens and hundreds attending services in the district’s rural towns. There was standing room only in the War Memorial Gardens with many of the estimated crowd of 1400 spilling onto the adjacent footpath and out onto Cambridge St. Services at Brightwater, Wakefield, Tapawera, Murchison, Mapua and Lake Rotoiti were also popular, leaving Richmond-Waimea RSA president Ross Norgate overwhelmed with emotion. “I don’t know what to say - it’s been absolutely wonderful. We easily have as many people as we had last year.”

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“My medals are from East Timor. I was in the Regular Forces for five years and served there as part of the peacekeeping mission in 2011.”

“These are my uncle Alexander McCulloch’s medals. He was a gunner in the NZEF in the Great War. I thought it would be nice to wear them today.”

“These are for serving with the RNZAF’s 14th Squadron in the Malaysian conflict. I was based in Singapore.”

“I got my medals for serving with the RAF in World War II. I was a radar operator and looked after ground control approach for landing aircraft.”

Anzac Day embraced by Tasman district FROM PAGE 1 Ross says he is especially happy with the increasing number of young people attending the services. He says the schools are teaching children about the significance of Anzac Day and they are embracing that history. “I really enjoy seeing all the young ones here wearing the medals to Anzac Day services. It’s a great tribute to their ancestors and they are wearing history.” Doug and Mary Hill were the guest speakers at the Richmond service which featured hundreds of returned service men and women, including one of the RSA’s oldest members, Graeme Walker.

The 93-year-old veteran served with the 23rd Infantry in Italy from 19431945. Doug spoke about their journey to Gallipoli for last year’s Anzac centenary commemorations. Interestingly, Doug and Mary were following in the footsteps of Doug’s great-grandmother Eliza O’Donnell who visited the grave of her son Jack in Turkey in 1924 - Jack died aged 21 on April 25, 1915, at Anzac Cove. At Brightwater, former Richmond resident Commander Brendon Oakley, spoke of the courage of the Anzacs soldiers. The New Zealand flag flew on a flagpole donated by Charlie Taylor of Taylors Contracting.

Urban Richmond within taunami zone FROM PAGE 1 one that makes it hard to stand up, or a very long earthquake that goes on for a minute or more, they need to evacuate those zones.” “It’s about being prepared and understanding the risk to your local community. It will help prepare residents on how to react effectively in an emergency.” Roger says the NelsonTasman region is less exposed to tsunami risks than other parts of New Zealand because it is protected by Farewell Spit and the Marlborough

Sounds. However, there is still a danger from earthquakes in Cook Strait and the Taranaki Bight and Roger says their close proximity means there will be little warning if a tsunami hits. “The biggest threat is a local tsunami in the Taranaki Bight, Cook Strait or the Kermadec Trench and, for those events, official warnings may not be possible. What we are saying to people is, if it’s a long or strong scenario you need to move away quickly,” he says. Roger says the maps are

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Reporting team grows again 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.

The Weekly reporting team from left; Jacob Page [sports], Brittany Spencer [nelsonlive. co.nz], Jessie Johnston [Waimea reporter], Simon Bloomberg [Waimea reporter], Kate Russell [Nelson reporter] and Andrew Board [Nelson reporter and editor]. “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

The Weekly – which is the only locally-owned newspaper group in the region – now has six journalists across its three brands. To get in touch with Jacob for a sports story email s p o r t s @ n e l s o n w e e k l y. co.nz or call 548 5900. To contact any reporter about a story, email editorial@ waimeaweekly.co.nz or call 544 9037.

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 athletes and sporting organisations will be delighted to work with him.”

Roof-top burglar takes cash from cafe A rooftop burglar has hit the Richmond Mall again, smashing through a skylight above Ambrosia Cafe and entering the premises using one of the mall’s roof walkways as a ladder on Monday night. Ambrosia’s owner Mishael Sowman found the roof-top walkway still in place and the broken skylight when she arrived at the cafe at 6.45am on Tuesday. “I was concerned that whoever did it was still here,” Mishael told the Waimea Weekly. “They didn’t take much - just a small amount of cash, six beers and some sweet cakes. “They went to a lot of trouble for nothing. I guess they were after cash but we never keep much on the premises.” It is the second time burglars have broken

The roof-top walkway that was used to gain entry into Ambrosia Cafe on Monday night. Photo: Steve Page. into the Richmond Mall through the roof. A 39-year-old man was found guilty of 19 burglaries including the rooftop burglary of The Body Shop and Cuts@ Once in Richmond Mall in April 2014.

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New principal for Maori school

New principal of Richmond’s Te Kura Kaupapa Maori o Tuia te Matangi, Lara Wharerau at the school last week. Lara has been teaching at the school for the past three years and says she applied for the role because she is passionate about Maori education. Photo: Simon Bloomberg.

Simon Bloomberg Nelson’s only Maori immersion school has a new principal after Lara Wharerau took over the role from inaugural principal Merita Waitoa-Paki on Tuesday. Lara has been a teacher at Te Kura Kaupapa Maori o Tuia te Matangi, in Richmond for the last three of her 26 years in education. She graduated from Auckland College of Education and subsequently taught at schools in Auckland, Christchurch, Northland and Blenheim before coming to Richmond in 2013. Lara says she has always been passionate about Maori education, working as a learning and behaviour resource teacher for Maori students at Northcote School in Christchurch. She was also a teacher in the bilingual unit at Cobham Intermediate in Christchurch and immersed herself in Maori culture when she worked as a principal of Te Horo School north of Whangarei. “I applied for the principal’s job because I wanted to challenge myself professionally and I felt I had enough experience after having done the job before,” Lara says. “But the job really appealed to me because I’m really dedicated to Maori education and providing the best possible education for our tamariki (young people).” Lara says Merita did a wonderful job of leading the school through its first three years and wants to “continue on the path that Merita started”. She also wants the school to raise its profile and “become a bigger part of the community”. “I’d like to encourage anyone who is interested to come to the school and have a look around. We are part of the community just like any other school,” she says. Te Kura Kaupapa Maori o Tuia te Matangi opened in July 2012 and this year has 46 students and seven teaching staff who only speak te reo Maori at school. The school also has a new puna kainga or pre-school play group onsite that has 10 children.

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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-

Man jailed for disturbing Facebook message: A local man is facing 11 months in jail after sending a disturbing video to a woman via Facebook. In the Nelson District Court last Monday, 28-year-old Aaron Stephen Tamihana was sentenced under the new Harmful Digital Communications Act, introduced in July last year. Under the new act, offences of this kind are punishable by up to two years imprisonment or $50,000 fine. Z to ban Wicked Campers? Last week, one of New Zealand’s major petrol companies floated the idea of refusing to sell fuel to Wicked Campers drivers because of the offensive slogans and messages appearing on the hire vehicles. In a message on its Facebook page this morning, Z Energy said it had received suggestions that “as a community-focused Kiwi company” it should refuse to fill up the vans because of the slogans, and asked customers for their thoughts.

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Television exposure for golf club makeover

Golden Downs Golf Club president Gary Oldham, left, and his committee are excited at the chance of a $1000 clubhouse makeover and some national television exposure in May. The club won the makeover after entering a national competition through the Golf Show. Photo: Jacob Page.

Jacob Page Golden Downs Golf Club is set for a lick of paint and some national television exposure. The country club and its nine-hole golf course have won a $1000 Resene Kiwi Clubhouse Makeover. It means the clubhouse will be given some much needed TLC on May 22 and a television crew from Sky golf show Holden Golf World will be on hand to film progress. Club president Gary Oldham says it’s just the boost the club and its 48 members needed. “Our past president saw it on TV and then passed it on to me and I submitted some photos of what it looks like now and what we’d like it to look like.” Gary says his profession as a sign-writer came in handy to ensure the judges could see what could be achieved. “We’ve been donated a sliding door and we have a wall and window that is rotten, we’re going to do some extensive work on it. “We think greys and charcoal colours will look good with a new logo on top of it.” He says he’d like the clubrooms to look “simple and classy” after the makeover. “We’ve got some preparation to do in the next months, some water-blasting and sanding.” The club was formed in 1946 and has New Zealand’s longest hole – a 659-metre monster. Gary says club member numbers have risen from 28 to 48 over the past 12 months. “It’s all voluntary work and the condition of the course is getting better and better.” He says any extra pair of hands would be welcome on the day. Preparations will stop for the club’s annual Farmers Golf Tournament on May 6.

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From left, Pauline Ensor, Sandra Maxfield, Pauline Harris, Jim Black and Peter Clarke stand outside the Hospice Shop in Richmond where a window display has been set up to promote the memorial ball. Photo: Jessie Johnston.

Memorial ball for local dancer Jessie Johnston Even after she retired from competing, Claire Morgan, nee Maxfield, was always a strong supporter of Nelson DanceSport, which is why her friends and family have decided to host a ball in her memory. "Claire discovered she had bowel cancer when her daughter was 12 weeks old, and over the next 16 months had intensive treatment and surgery. She passed away in August 2014," says Claire's mother, Sandra Maxfield. "Dancing friends of Claire

suggested to Pauline Harris (a friend from school and dancing) that it would be nice to have a ball in Claire's memory. She was a dancer from 1992 and started competing when she was 15, dancing for about 14 years and retiring in 2010 following an ankle injury. She then married and had her daughter Jorja. Claire continued her involvement in dancing on the local DanceSport committee, helping organize dance parties. Dancing was a big part of her life, and it is still part of our lives." The ball will be held on Satur-

day, May 7, starting at 7:30pm, at Club Waimea, with all proceeds going to Nelson Tasman Hospice Trust. We are very grateful to all our supporters, including Sharon from Creative Occasions," says Sandra. "You very rarely get the chance to go to a ball these days, and we welcome even non-dancers who would like to get dressed up and have a lovely night out." Tickets are just $30 per person, including supper, with a formal dress code. To book your tickets, give Pauline Harris a call on 547 4523, or email paul ine_harris@xtra.co.nz

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 regions 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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to themselves without the worry of who’s going to care for their family Age Concern Nelson Tasman des- member.” perately needs volunteers to help Age Concern manager Sue Tilby provide temporary relief to families says many of the primary care givand individuals who are caring for ers are people over 80 who are lookelderly people with dising after their partner. abilities. She says they need supAge Concern has a conport because it’s “a 24-7 tract with the Nelson job that can be very Marlborough District lonely” and often results Health Board to proin people becoming the vide carer relief for full“socially isolated and time carers throughout frustrated”. Nelson and Tasman. Wendy says Age ConHowever, Age Concern trains, supervises cern’s funding and and supports all relief community support cocarers who are thorordinator Wendy Duffy Age Concern Nel- oughly “vetted” before says they are “strug- son Tasman’s Wen- they can start. gling” to find enough dy Duffy is looking Age Concern also inpeople to provide this for volunteer relief troduces relief carers service and as a result care givers. to the clients and their have launched a camfull-time carer to make paign to recruit more volunteers. sure everyone is happy with the “We get lots of queries from peo- support arrangements. ple looking for at-home, informal Wendy stresses that volunteer relief respite care, but unfortunately we carers are “companions” and are struggle to find volunteers to sup- not required for any nursing duties. port this service,” Wendy says. She says their volunteers find the “We have six volunteers at present role “very rewarding because they and we really need a pool of 20.” know they are making a big difWendy says relief carers play an im- ference to the older members of a portant role in looking after older family”. people with disabilities and also in Although relief carers are volunsupporting the primary carer. tary, Wendy says they receive a con“Relief carers provide an invalu- tribution to their costs. able service that allows a disabled person to remain living at home Anyone who is interested in Age in their community. They also as- Concern’s carer support service or sist the primary carer by allowing would like to become a relief carer them to have a break and have time can contact Sue on 544 7624.

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Councillor Judene Edgar moving on: Thanks Judene for all your support at Waimea Village when we were going through the worst kind of stuff. You were a great help to us. Wish you were staying but all the best for the future. Beverley Miedema. 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 neg-

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try needs to learn how to laugh a bit. Troy Campbell.

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.

Councillors ‘must go’: It is almost comical to watch Nelson council tell TDC what to do about its planning. After the mess Nelson transport is in, thanks to the septic seven councillors, for these councillors to tell TDC how to plan is incredible. These councillors are hiding behind the traffic issue. Their fear is that, thanks to poor planning, much of Nelson’s central city commerce has been moving to Tasman. And now the same thing may happen to Stoke. These councillors have to go. Otherwise Nelson ratepayers will find that there are few businesses in Nelson to pay rates, and residential rates will climb even faster than they have been as these councillors fulfil their personal spending agendas. Dan McGuire.

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 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 coun-

Shade sail returned: What on earth would someone steal that for? Chaz Snith. Very nice to see. Thanks to who handed it in. Alison Holmes. Very cheering news. Jan Thompson. Great news! Christine Clark. To have your say on any local issue email editorial@waimeaweekly.co.nz.

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Brightwater resident, Linda Sisterson, has been selected for the Nelson Representative team to play in the Higgins Shield in Greymouth at the end of November, along with Club mates Margaret Eames and Di Holland. Linda has won the Wakefield Club Women’s Open Pairs Championship with Di and the Women’s Triples with Margaret and Di. Community Bowls continues on Thursdays into December, 6 – 8pm,

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Taylors Wanderers Community Gym

The gym is very busy with individuals and classes making the most of the facilities right here in their own backyard. If you want to join the gym contact Diane on 542 3344 or email sportwanderers@xtra.co.nz

We will still be open 7.30am - 7.30pm 7 days through the winter

Members of the St Paul’s Church community at the vicarage blessing on Sunday.

Blessing of the new waimea parish vicarage Brightwater and the Waimea Plains were some of the first places settled in Nelson. 173 years ago settlers gathered in John Kerr’s Barn for the first Church Service. The first St Michaels Church at Waimea West was built not long after and this was followed by the first Vicarage (ministers house) being built in what we now know as Brightwater in 1855. St Paul’s Church in Brightwater was opened in 1857 and because of the decay in the first St Michael’s, the church we now know as St Michael’s was built in 1867. The Vicarage was burnt to the ground in a disastrous fire in 1903 and was replaced in the following year. Five years ago after, a thorough inspection, it was deemed that it was not economical to repair the 108 year old Vicarage and the decision was made to replace it with a modern building. With much work by

building contractors, generosity of the district and the congregation it was a joy to gather on Sunday for the formal Blessing of the new Vicarage by Bishop Richard. We trust this new Vicarage will serve the community as we look forward to the next 100 years. Thanks to all who have worked hard to bring this project to completion. In scripture we read “ So, my dear Christian friends, companions in following this call to the heights, take a good hard look at Jesus. He’s the centrepiece of everything we believe, faithful in everything God gave him to do. Moses was also faithful, but Jesus gets far more honour. A builder is more valuable than a building any day. Every house has a builder, but the Builder behind them all is God.” (Hebrews 3:1-4). Rev Martin Harrison Brightwater Community Anglican Church

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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 Congratulation Ulrich, Ulrich’s products are gluon your 10 year anniversary. ten free and contain no Proud to stock Heck German Smallgoods as fillers at all, part of our extensive international range. what you’re purchasing is premium New Zealand meats prepared with the finest spices, sourced from Germany. When you walk into the

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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his legs stood up to the run. The event started with a 6km run then 18km bike ride and a final 3km run to the finish. “I hadn’t done much running training until the past few weeks so I’m surprised at how well I did, particularly on the first bit. “The competition wasn’t as strong as it was last year so I just kept pushing myself and make sure I was hurting all the time.”

Cameron did a kayak leg of the Coast to Coast earlier this year. Cameron says he has events like this lined up for the next few weeks with the addition of some kayaking. He will compete in the Hutt City Crazyman event this weekend. Cameron says he was drawn to the sport because of its individual nature. “The harder you train, the faster you go.” The next race in the Nelson series is on May 8.

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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 beforehaving 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.

New Nelsonian Chris Curtis with his first-ever snapper, a 21 pound whopper. 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 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 pil-

chard 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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Ray Anderson Memorial 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 1960’s. 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.

Ray raced all over the country and was involved in most motorcycle businesses in Nelson until he retired at age 65. 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 phone Rob Anglesey (03) 522 4007.

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Tasman golfers look to impress SportS at SI age-group championships

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.

Jacob Page Tasman Golf is sending a 13-strong team to the Under-16 and Under-19 South Island Junior Interprovincial in Ashburton starting on Tuesday. The team had one of its last training sessions at Nelson Golf Club with club pro Glyn Delany last week. Tasman will put five-person teams in both age groups and will compete against Canterbury Aorangi (North Canterbury), Otago and Southland. The best four scores for each of three rounds will go towards deciding a winner. The event doubles as the South Island Age Group Champs for individual golfers, which is played over a three-round stroke-play 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-yearold Josh Wright, but it will be

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 2626, 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.

The Tasman Golf team that will compete at the South Island Interprovincial Golf event in Tinwald this week is back from left, Josh Wright, Mitchell Newport, Connor Winter, Matthew Grimes and Olly Merritt, front from left, Harry Kim, Eve Clarke, Lizzie Neale, Josh Simpson and Andrew Drummond. Photo: Jacob Page. 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 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.

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The importance of good club culture trickles down from the top at Waimea Old Boys. The club’s JAB contingent will hold its junior club day on Saturday in an effort to welcome new players and their families into the Waimea Old Boys environment. JAB Club secretary Ange Huhu says it is

important everyone has a chance to meet prior to the season as well as them having the opportunity to get a feel for the club. Waimea Old Boys has 305 junior players spread across 20 teams as well as a new JAB chairperson in Mark Blom and JAB club captain Marc Hunter The day will begin with a Sanitarium sponsored breakfast and hot chocolates with

games from under-6 ripper rugby through to the older teams starting at Jubilee Park from 10am. “It’s a good fun, family event where people can be introduced to coaches, parents and fellow players as well as having a look around.” Ange says there will be a sausage sizzle and a bouncy castle as well as the chance

for families to buy last minute club supplies like team socks and the awesome new Waimea designed headgear. Ange has also established a Waimea Old Boys JAB Facebook page where information and photos are shared on a regular basis. The Juniors will also be involved in the senior club day which will be held on June 18 at Jubilee Park.

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Waimea Old Boys used the wind to their advantage to pull away from Moutere 37-22 in their Tasman Trophy rugby game in Blenheim. Co-coach Mark Milne says his team did well to earn parity on the scoreboard in the first half while playing into the wind and made it count in the last 20 minutes of the game. The game was locked-up at 17-all at halftime. An early Waimea try helped settle the nerves after a couple of slow starts. “The opening try gave us confidence and we were able to hang in there into the wind. With Waimea leading by one point midway through the second half, it looked like a tense finish was in store until the visitors made better use of the conditions. “It was pretty tight for 60 minutes before we made use of the wind at our backs and I think that told on (Moutere) in the finish. Mark says while Waimea’s scrum struggled throughout the game, the forwards proved to be strong ball carriers on the fringes of rucks and generally won the loose ball contest. “I feel like we had the better of it at ruck time and we gave our backs some good ball to try to

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Waimea Old Boys No 8 Jeff Lepa set up a try and scored one himself in Waimea’s 37-22 Tasman Trophy rugby victory over Moutere. Photo: Ricky Wilson/Shuttersport. create (chances) with.” He heaped praise on first five eights Dylan Fletcher for playing a composed role in tough conditions. “He controlled the game well and was 100 per cent with his shots at goal.”

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Mark says the rest of the backline was more threatening and looked after the ball. Experienced No 8 Jeff Lepa also impressed, setting up a try and scoring one himself to help seal the victory. His combination with open side

flanker Troy Mangan was influential. The bonus point win would get the team excited about their second consecutive away trip, to Kaikoura, to battle competition newcomers East Coast. “This win is just what the boys

needed,” Mark says. “We’re going to leave a day early for this weekend and do some things as a team. “They haven’t been easy-beats in Marlborough and they will be hard to roll on their home track,” he says.

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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. He says the role is an opportunity Richard for him to transition into a head Anderson. 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. When this role came up I thought it was time to step up.” Richard says Tasman United will play a style of football to “excite” fans. The National League competition is due to kick off in November.

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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-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 full match report of Monday’s game see www.nelsonlive.co.nz

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 on Monday, during the Giants 95-85 loss to the Canterbury Rams at the 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

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Community Notices HOPE/RANZAU W.I. next meeting is on Weds. 4th May. 1.30pm Age Concern Hall, Oxford St. Richmond. Speaker Jenny Bunyon “Life as a Nurse”. Wear white flower for mother. Brenda 5445872 PUblIc MEEtINg on Sex, Family & Relationships. 3 Nelson therapists reflect on what makes for healthy & loving relationships. Monday 2 May, 5.30 - 7.30pm, Quaker Meeting Hse, 30 Nile Street, Nelson. Refreshments provided. First of 5 Quaker Quest discussions: contact Elizabeth 021 213 0719, Christine 544 1343. FOREst & bIRd Wed 11 May ‘Grizzly Bears of the Great Bear Forest, British Colombia, Canada’. An Illustrated talk by Debs Martin. 6pm Pot Luck Meal. 7.30pm AGM followed by talk. Tahunanui School Hall, Muritai St. cOMMUNItY sINg A lONg Wednes 4 May 1.30 pm Wesley Centre 4 Wensley Rd Richmond (opp TDC). Afternoon tea provided. Gold coin donation for Nelson Hospital Chaplaincy. Ph 544 8562 cANcER sOcIEtY gROUPs Mindfulness & Relaxation Wednesdays 1.20pm Fairfield House $3 donation to Cancer Society 539 1137. Prostate cancer support group meet 1st Thursday of month Broadgreen Hse 1.30-3.30pm contact Ian 547 3373. swimming group Ngawhatu Pool closed until May 2016. YOdO – You Only die Once Tuesday 10 May Cancer Society 539 1137 – in this session we explore why advanced care planning is important, & discuss why it is difficult to initiate these conversations. FREsH FOcUs Mark Rutledge on “Restorative Justice” on Mon. 2 May at 10 to 11 am at the Elim Centre Hall at 625 Main Rd Stoke. All welcome. Entry $2. AstRONOMY Simon Crase “X-Ray Astronomy at Home”Thurs 5 May 7:30 pm

at the meeting room at the Cawthron Institute on Milton Street. Everyone welcome. Gold coin entry. Info 539-1108. PIgEON VAllEY stEAM MUsEUM at Higgins Heritage Park, Wakefield. Last Steam Day for the season Sun. 1 May. Military Group re-enactment, Harry Holmwood Shed, Ray Win cars, Rural Life & Transport Museums, jigger rides. Plenty of space - bring a picnic! Allan Palmer 027 319 7427 dEstINAtION WAKEFIEld! Sunday 1 May 10am-3pm Pigeon Valley Steam Museum on steam; browse Carol’s Emporium; enjoy brunch or more at Wakefield Hotel; take in Willow Bank Heritage Village; & visit Villa Grove Estate olive oils. Sample the finest baked goods at Wakefield Bakery - make a day of it! gOldEN bAY gUN clUb Gunsmoke Thomason & Ray Hitchcock Memorial shoots, 10am Sunday 15 May, Pupu Springs Road grounds. Steel shot mandatory, plenty available to buy. All welcome. Jill 027 384 8165 AIKIdO FOR cHIldREN A Martial Art for all ages building social skills, confidence & physical ability. Ages 5-7 Fri 4.00-4.40pm / ages 7-12 Fri 5.00-6.00pm. Call Cornelia 021 039 2340. tHE NElsON ARK 21st Celebratory Day- Fun day for all the family Dog displays, pony rides, bouncy obstacle course ,stalls, activities & competitions Dogs on leads welcome. Sat. 07 May 10am -1pm Gold coin entry. Stonehurst Farm 165 Haycock Rd, Hope 035423866 NElsON cAKE dEcORAtORs dEMONstRAtIONs & WORKsHOP on making stunning cake decorations. Sat. 7th May from 9- 4pm at Richmond Church of Christ, Cnr. Darcy/Croucher St. Cost $30. To include all materials. Ph., 544 5970 or 548 6696 to book a place.

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AdVANcE dIREctIVE: What it is. Why you need one in addition to your will. How to set one up. Who will speak for you when you may not be able to? Don’t leave anything up to chance. FairfieldHouse, May 10, 2pm. Gold-Coin donation. Nelson Options Group, 543-2602 PIlAtEs IN RIcHMONd, suitable for all levels. New Term 2 10-week courses starting May 4, Wednesdays @ 11:30am & 5:30pm $135. Tasman Rec Centre, Cambridge St Richmond. Come & learn Pilates with Sue call 0292 813 735 or email sue@suewilson.kiwi.nz MUsIc ON FRIdAY May 6 ,10am Florence St Richmond. Join us to view a unique documentary looking back on the life of Pavarotti.He sings 7 arias. FUNdRAIsINg QUIZ Night Friday 20 May Headingly Centre, Headingly Lane. Silent Auction 7pm. quiz starts 7.30pm. Supper provided, tables of 8 preferred. Bookings essential Linda 5447071. Tickets: Grace Church, Fields Florist, Queen St, Pinnacle Hse - 452 Lower Queen St, Red Dog Motueka. Proceeed to Pinnacle House Charitable Trust providing quality day service to individuals with very special needs, who have left school & full time employment is not an option. www.pinnaclehousenelson.org.nz RIcHMONd cHURcH cHURcH Community Clothes Blessing. We are seeking suitable donations. Winter Warmers: Clothing, Linen, Blankets etc. Items are given free. Sarah 5441451 or 0275441451. Event date 13th -14th May ‘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 - whatnextnel-

son@gmail.com FUNdRAIsER, FIRst YEARs RIcHMONd EARlY Childhood Centre, Garage sale, equipment fundraiser. 61a Salisbury Rd., Richmond, Opposite Waimea Intermediate, 30 Apr. ‘16, 8.30 - 12.30, Postponed to 7 May if wet. If interested in having a stall contact Karina 0274274411 cost of $10.00 NElsON INdOOR bOWls at the Stoke Warnes Bowls Stadium Songer St. Individual entries to be on the Blackboard at the Stadium or Ph:d through to Brian Fletcher 545 0542, Pat Carrick 544 7601 KNIttERs/sPINNERs- check out the display by members of Richmond Creative Fibre at the Richmond Library. MIlItARY dAY WW2 themed event at Higgins Park, Wakefield. Sunday 1 May. $5, under 14’s free. Vehicles, stalls, rides, main activities. 11am-4pm”. ARtIsAN MARKEt stAll HOldERs WANTED: for Sun. 1 May, 10 - 2 Stoke Memorial Hall. $20 per stall. Join a range of stalls from wonderful local makers. Organised by Nelson Lioness Club. Carol 544 7537 or Monica 022 163 1560. cOPd bREAtHINg clAssEs seated exercise class delivered by a physiotherapist $5 per class, or only $2 per for Nelson Asthma Society members. Held at Oakwoods Village on 7th June at 10.30am, Ernest Rutherford Village 1st June at 1.30pm, St Bring a friend along & you get one free class. Sue 544 1562. REd cROss - FORMER REFUGEES require volunteer assistance. Have fun, meet new people, & experience new cultures. Next training starts 20 May. jettie.skerten@redcross.org.nz, 548-4978 HEARtHElP RIcHMONd a support group for people impacted by heart disease. Join us on the first Wednesday of the month, 10.30 – 11.30 at the Al-

chemy Café. Contact David Skinner, Ph 541 0429 or 021 055 1446 or the Heart Foundation 545 7112. EVENts At RIcHMONd lIbRARY: 1. ARE YOU lOOKINg FOR A jOb or thinking about making a career change? Job Finders Club offers training coaching & support. Drop-in sessions every Wed. 11am-12.00pm Richmond Library. 2. Opening lines! Choose your next book based only on the Opening Lines! Will it be a new favourite or OMG, I never want to read that again! Fun Instant Prizes. For 12-18 year olds, on at Richmond, Libraray 11 April to 13 May. FREE! REgUlAR EVENts HEARt HElP stOKE, Meeting at Honest Lawyer for coffee & a chat for people who have had heart events. 10.30am 3rd Sat. of the month. Alan 027 6183 050. Graham 021 034 6335. RIcHMONd cREAtIVE FIbRE- meet at Birch Hall, Richmond showgrounds, 2nd, 3rd & 4th Thursdays of the month at 9.30am for Spinning,knitting, Felting &weaving. Dianne 5449982 tINY tOts, fun for preschoolers & their carers with stories, music & movement. Tuesdays 10-10.30am. Free. Children’s Area, Richmond Library. Tel 543 8500. cRAFts, cARINg & sHARINg. Will be starting on Monday 2May ‘til Monday 26 Sept. Come along, bring a friend. All welcome. Have a cuppa Gold coin donation. Bring your craft. Pauline 544 9174. 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 in central Richmond. Shannan or Susannah, nelsonsupport@fertilitynz. org.nz

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Nelson Tasman Civil Defence Tsunami Maps and Meetings

Keep Richmond Beautiful Committee Annual General Meeting

The Nelson Tasman Civil Defence and Emergency Management Group will this month publish maps of the areas that could be affected if a tsunami hit our shores. The tsunami evacuation maps are intended to act as a guide for residents of the areas that could be affected should there be a threat of tsunami and are for information only. Similar maps have been published around New Zealand. The maps will be published on the Civil Defence website, nelsontasmancivildefence.co.nz, on 27 April. Those interested in learning more about the tsunami risk and evacuation maps are invited to attend one of the public meetings that will be held throughout the region in May. Public meetings in Tasman Tuesday 3 May – Motueka Community Board 4.30 pm – 5.40 pm, Motueka Community Board meeting, Motueka Service Centre, Hickmott Place, Motueka. Saturday 7 May – Club Waimea 1.30 pm – 3.30 pm, Club Waimea, Queen Street, Richmond. Monday 9 May – Mapua Hall 7.00 – 8.00 pm, Mapua Community Association, Mapua Hall Tuesday 10 May – Takaka, Kaiteriteri 10.00 am – 11.00 am, Golden Bay Community Board meeting, Takaka Fire Station; 6.30 pm – 8.30 pm, Kaiteriteri Campground, Kaiteriteri.

ROADING Road Closures The following roads are to be closed to ordinary vehicles for the periods and times indicated below:

Nelson Car Club Inc & Nelson Vintage Car Club – Riwaka-Sandy Bay Road Race Sunday 22 May 2016, 8.00 am to 5.00 pm, Riwaka-Sandy Bay Road from the intersection with Takaka Hill Highway (SH60) to just over the crest of the Marahau Hill summit.

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Small bags (45 litres) – $1.80 Big bags (60 litres) – $2.25

Wednesday 11 May 2016, 3.00 pm, Tasman District Council Chambers, Queen Street, Richmond. Afternoon tea at 2.45 pm, then a short business session and election of officers followed by a presentation by Greg Pickford on his caving experiences. Newcomers are most welcome. Any enquiries to Gordon Curnow, Ph. 03 544 8504 or Gwen Brooks, Ph. 03 541 0023.

Trustpower Nelson Tasman Community Awards 2016 Don’t forget that entries for the Trustpower Nelson Tasman Community Awards close next Friday (29 April 2016). So make sure you enter a group today by visiting www.trustpower.co.nz/communityawards Everyone that enters a group will be invited along to attend the Nelson Tasman Community Awards, which is an inspiring and heart-warming evening. Anyone can enter as many groups as they like, groups can even enter themselves! And don’t forget, everyone that enters a group will go in the draw to win a $100 power voucher. So take this chance to say ‘thank-you’ to those local heroes in your community.

How are we doing? From Friday 6 May we will be conducting our annual survey to find out how Tasman residents think we are performing. In supporting and developing our communities through the activities and services we provide, we also need to look closely at how well we are delivering our services now and into the future. The residents’ survey helps us to track our performance and hear your views on what we do well and where we can improve. The best way to do this is through an independent and impartial interview of a representative cross-section of Tasman people. The results of the survey will be made public. They form part of the Council’s formal reporting and are a critical ingredient in planning for further improvements to our services. For this reason, we greatly appreciate those residents who are contacted taking the time to be involved. The survey is totally confidential. National Research Bureau will undertake the telephone survey.

COUNCIL MEETINGS Agendas and Minutes for Council Meetings can be viewed on Council’s website at www.tasman.govt.nz Motueka Community Board Motueka Service Centre, 7 Hickmott Place, Motueka, Tuesday 3 May 2016, 4.00 pm. Public forum Corporate Services Committee Tasman Council Chambers, 189 Queen Street, Richmond, Thursday 5 May 2016, 9.30 am. Public forum Golden Bay Community Board Takaka Fire Station, Motupipi Street, Tuesday 10 May 2016, 9.00 am. Public forum Full Council Tasman Council Chambers, 189 Queen Street, Richmond, Thursday 12 May 2016, 9.30 am. Public forum Motueka Community Board Open Forum Motueka Service Centre, 7 Hickmott Place, Motueka, Tuesday 17 May 2016, 7.00 pm. Open Forum

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Requirements for the role include: • supervisory experience of a small team • a clean drivers licence as a minimum (with a forklift endorsement an advantage) • proven interpersonal and paperwork skills essential, with reasonable proficiency in Microsoft packages.

Please apply to: The HR Manager (Motueka Yard Supervisor), PO Box 5, Motueka, or email recruitment@talleys.co.nz with the subject line 'Motueka Yard Supervisor'.

ClASSifiED DEADliNE - 5PM MONDAY

We are having our annual AGM meeting on Wednesday 25 May, 10.30am at 62 Oxford Street, Richmond. There will be a finger food lunch to follow. Everyone welcome.

PuBlIc notIce Nelson Residents Association presents their monthly Sunday brunch. May 1st, 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 contact: Kevin Gardener 545 2010.

GARAGE SAlE First Years Richmond Early Childhood Centre. Fundraiser for new equipment. 61a Salisbury Road, Richmond. Sat 30 April, 8.30 - 12.30. Postponed to Sat 7 May if wet. If interested in having a stall, contact Karina 0274 274 411. $10 per stall.

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