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By Adam Poulopoulos After exploring the games village, training and attending the opening ceremony, Marlborough’s athletes begun competing for real at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow overnight. Papua New Guinea squash representative Dorothy Boyce played her first-round match against Zambian Sharon Chimfwembe shortly after 10pm last night (NZ time.) A few hours later, Marlborough Sportsperson of the Year Megan Craig, New Zealand’s second-ranked women’s squash player, took to the court in her game against Safina Madhani. Continued page 3 Pictured: Gymnast Matthew Palmer, rugby sevens player Bryce Heem and squash player Megan Craig.

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modern learning. It would provide opportunities for economic development and encourage people to move here. Mr Sowman says he will make a submission to the consultation process, asking the Ministry of Education to commit to redeveloping the colleges on a greenfield site. Whether construction encompasses two adjoining single-sex colleges the preferred option for both college principals and their respective boards of trustees - or one co-educational facility is not something he has an opinion about. But the third option, fixing the old and leaky buildings at the existing colleges, was no longer viable. So far council has identified three sites, all in the Burleigh area, suitable for a new build, including the Corlett Trust block and Colonial Vineyard sites on Aerodrome Road and the CliffordMarris site on Battys Road. Other potential sites mooted, including Waterlea Racecourse, Pollard Park and A&P Park, have been ruled out for

various reasons. Marlborough Boys’ College principal Wayne Hegarty says any new build needed to be on at least 17 hectares, the land size you’d get if you combined both current sites. With 2000 students to cater for, there were already concerns about the space needed for things like playing fields. “We’re already too small on our site at the moment to run courses like forestry and horticulture,” he said. So far, 320 public submissions have been made and the closing date is next Thursday, July 31. Facilitator Janet Kelly encouraged as many people as possible to have their say, even if they only submitted one or two sentences. For further details or to make a submission, visit the MBC or MGC websites. Left: Mayor Alistair Sowman will make a submission and, background, Colonial Vineyards is one potential site.

Slot car home damaged by vandals By Adam Poulopoulos The Marlborough Slot Car Club is recovering from their own home invasion after they became the latest targets of vandals last week. The club’s room, at A&P Park, was vandalised overnight on Sunday. The culprits broke the door lock and tagged the floor, benches, track, and inside power points. The walls, both inside and outside the building were also tagged, although nothing was stolen. Club member Nigel Boyce left the room at 7:15pm on Sunday, and returned at about 8am the next day to find it trashed. He was disappointed. “It’s a home invasion. That what

it comes down to.” Mr Boyce said it was the worst damage the club had suffered in the 15 years they used the room. But it could have been a lot worse. “The things that could have happened would have been catastrophic. “If they’d permanently damaged the track that would have been major.” The damage came after Mr Boyce’s son Hadley, 11, and Andrew Bidwell, 13, won national titles at a meet in Wellington last month. “For a small club we’re at the sharp end at national level, and to have this happen is a bit devastating really.” Nigel Boyce with the club’s track.

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Lessons learnt as farmer returns from world summit By Kristy Martin Travelling to the Netherlands to trade ideas with farmers from all over the world was a once in a lifetime opportunity and huge learning experience for Richard Laugesen. The Marlborough sheep farmer and vineyard operator was one of just six New Zealanders invited to attend the Rabobank Young Farmers Master Class last month. “It’s good to travel to remind yourself how big the world is,” Mr Laugesen said. “You get so focused on what you’re doing here that it’s easy to get the blinkers on. “You’ve got to get out and see what else is going on. “It reminds you how far away we are in New Zealand.” Mr Laugesen, seen as a leader in his field for making innovative changes to his Waihopai Valley property Craiglochart, was among 40 young farmers from various countries selected to attend the master class. The group attended lectures by influential speakers, visited renowned agricultural companies and swapped industry techniques. They engaged in dialogue about the future of global agriculture. Mr Laugesen, 34, got to spend time in a Dutch dairy farm, near the German border, where he helped milk a small herd of indoor cows. This was quite a change from New

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Zealand’s spacious, pasture-based industry. Seeing the advances in Dutch technology and the strong emphasis on sustainability, particularly the incorporation of wind and solar energy, Mr Laugesen realised New Zealand has a long way to go. “I was absolutely impressed and blown away by what I saw, and just the efficiency of Dutch business.

“It made me think New Zealand is lagging behind. “There are a lot of great producers here but also a big pool of operators getting left behind.” The young farmers were told that with the global population expected to grow from seven to nine billion by 2040, world food production would need to triple just to feed everyone. They were encouraged to start thinking about the strategies needed to combat this issue. “In New Zealand we are very lucky because we have the ability to protect our borders,” Mr Laugesen said. “We have to think about who we are targeting our food to, enhance our sustainability and food security. “We need to learn how to make our isolation our strength. “Small changes can make such a difference.” Mr Laugesen lives with wife Anna and sons William, 3, and Archie, 2. He bought out Craiglochart from his parents Brian and Jenny Laugesen, and set about future proofing the dryland property by establishing a vineyard, building a dam, and irrigating 100ha of flat land.

BAIT DROP The Department of Conservation has carried out an operation to eradicate mice on Te Hoiere/Maud Island wildlife sanctuary in the Marlborough Sounds. Mice were discovered last spring in pockets on the Pelorus Sound island, a scientific reserve which is managed as a predator-free sanctuary for endangered native species. The operation, on Wednesday, involved aerial application of cereal baits containing the anti-coagulant toxin brodifacoum, a commonly-used rat poison.

CAR BREAK-INS Cigarettes were stolen from the glove box of an unlocked vehicle parked on Stephenson Street on the night of July 22. That same night, two vehicles parked at a Hospital Road address were also entered and searched. Twenty dollars in coin was taken from one of the vehicles. The owners said they thought they had locked the vehicles.

Craig and Boyce start Marlborough’s participation Continued from page 3 The singles draw wraps up on Tuesday morning, with the women’s doubles starting on Thursday morning. Boyce and Craig were the first of the seven-strong group with Marlborough connections to play. Bryce Heem, a former Tasman Makos and Waitohi rugby representative, runs out for the first

time with the New Zealand Sevens team at 9:32pm tomorrow night. Cyclist and Olympic bronze medalist Simon van Velthooven, whose family live in Marlborough, has his one kilometre time trial at 4:20am on Sunday morning, and his first Keirin race at about 2:30am on Monday morning. For another of Marlborough’s

athletes, the time between now and her event will be dedicated mostly to recovery. Gymnast Anna Tempero, 19, is in doubt for the start of the artistic gymnastics early on Tuesday morning with a knee infection. If she recovers in time she will join Matthew Palmer as Marlborough gymnasts competing for New Zealand. The athlete with the longest

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FARMER OF THE YEAR Entries close soon for the 2014 Lincoln University Foundation South Island Farmer of the Year. Prizes include a $20,000 grant for the winner to go overseas to look at other farming practices, examine new technologies and innovations and enhance their farm business. There are also four category prizes, each valued at $5000. Entries close on August 1, with the finals in November. To nominate yourself or someone else visit www.lincolnuniversityfoundation.org.nz.

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You may have also seen her in the local sport scene at the netball courts, rugby field and as an instructor at City Fitness. Eva believes in listening to others’ needs to provide sound advice and quality customer service. Eva can offer a tailored vehicle finance solution for personal or business use with competitive rates and repayments to suit. Drop in to the new office or call Eva to discuss how she could help finance your next car, light truck, motorbike, trailer boat or jet ski. Right: Staff member Jackie Potts and branch manager Eva Francis.

New Raupo owners eager to begin By Adam Poulopoulos There is just a week to go until Raupo’s new owners officially take over, and they cannot wait to get started. Taryn Gilbert and Stephane Ughetto (pictured) were announced as the cafe’s new owners on July 1, with their first day next Friday. They are taking over from Helen and Marcel Rood, who started the business in 2008. Helen and Marcel will continue to work in the cafe for the foreseeable future. For Taryn and Stephane, the move into restaurant ownership is not a sudden move. They met in the UK while working together in a four-star hotel, and Stephane said the chance to own Raupo was like a dream come true.

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New trades course to start in August A new trades course being launched in Marlborough next month will provide young people who’ve left school without qualifications the chance to get started in a trades career. Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology’s Certificate in Introduction to Trades is a 16 week course designed to prepare students with essential trade skills to

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COUNCIL NEWS Notices Temporary Road Closure Thursday 31 July 2014 Marlborough Malaya Veterans Commemoration Service NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN under Section 342 of the Local Government Act 1974 that Seymour Street from the intersection of High Street to Alfred Street will be closed to all vehicles between the hours of 10.30 am and 12.15 pm on Thursday, 31 July 2014, for the purpose of the Marlborough Malaya Veterans Commemoration Service. Also please note that there will be no parking in Seymour Street from the intersection of High Street to Alfred Street from 8.00 am to 12.15 pm. Any enquiries should be addressed to Sandra Boyd, Marlborough Roads, Ph: 03 520 8330. ALISTAIR SOWMAN MAYOR Dog owners It is time to register your dog. All dogs over the age of 3 months must be registered before the 31 July 2014 Forms for re-registering your dog have been sent to your last known address. Please ensure that all details on your registration form are correct. Online registration services are now available. Dog owners can pay annual dog registration fees, apply to register a new dog, update dog records, advise if a dog has died, or request a replacement tag by going to Council’s website www. marlborough.govt.nz Please note: The payment option online is credit card only (transaction fees apply). Part payments cannot be accepted. Alternatively, dogs can be registered by internet banking and telebanking or in person at the following places: Animal Control Office, 56 Main Street, Blenheim – Ph: 03 520 9033 Council’s Blenheim Office, Seymour Square, Blenheim – Ph: 03 520 7400 Council’s Picton Office, High Street, Picton – Ph: 03 520 3200 It is important to have your registration form with you when registering your dog.

Creative Communities NZ Local Arts Funding

Applications for financial assistance by way of grants under the Creative Communities Local Arts Scheme are now being invited by Marlborough District Council. The scheme supports and encourages local communities to create and present diverse opportunities for accessing and participating in arts activities within the Marlborough community. Application forms, along with details of eligibility and criteria, are available at Council offices, the library and on Council’s website www.marlborough.govt. nz/Our-Community/Grants-and-Awards. Applications close 5.00 pm, 30 September 2014. For further information please contact: Lyne Reeves Community Development Advisor Ph: 03 520 7400

New Pacific Trust Marlborough PHO of which the Mayor Minister of Pacific Island Affairs and Associate Minister of Local Government, is a member. Hon Peseta Sam Lotu-liga paid a visit to The new Trust is to deliver health, welfare and education services to Marlborough last week. the 300 Pacific families living in The Minister was a guest at the launch Marlborough. of Marlborough’s new Pacific Trust which has taken on responsibility for health and social programmes Right: Mayor Alistair Sowman with Rev previously delivered through the Menu Puni at the Pacific Trust launch.

Parking in Blenheim Council is currently reviewing its car parking policy. It is seeking feedback from local businesses, through the Marlborough Chamber of Commerce. Parking charges in Blenheim have not changed since 2006. Council staff have been asked to research the options for future parking, including charges, and bring a report to a future meeting of

Council’s Community and Financial Planning Committee. Currently, the cost of building the Alfred Street car park, the purchase of the old Working Men’s Club site in Wynen Street and 2 High Street appear as costs in the Council’s parking account. Part of the upcoming report will be a review of an earlier Council decision that parking revenue be used to help pay

for these sites. Council aims to have a new parking strategy in place by 1 December 2014. Remember, if you park in one of the Council car parks using a Pay and Display ticket and you don’t use all the time you have paid for, you may use that same ticket to park in any other Council pay-and-display parking space for the balance of that time. There’s no need to buy another ticket.

Struggling with the homework? Marlborough’s District Library staff are on the panel of librarians from all over the country who provide a free online homework resource for school children through AnyQuestions.co.nz. It’s a service coordinated by the National Library for both primary and secondary age students where they can make contact with a skilled librarian who can

help them find good quality information that’s relevant to their level of study. It means students can log on, any time between 1.00 pm and 6.00 pm from Monday to Friday, and communicate with a real librarian about their homework. Marlborough District Libraries have their own homework resources too – like the Discovering

Collection database. This database is suitable for children Year 6 to Year 10 with material on science, social studies, history, biography and literature. Articles are graded according to level (basic, intermediate and advanced). Jane Robinson, Great for homework! Homework librarian. Visit the library or go online direct to www.marlboroughlibraries.govt.nz/Online-Resources/ Study-Resources

Recycling do’s and don’t’s

Aerosols, meat trays and tetrapaks have been appearing in the kerbside bins lately. None of these products are recycled here in Marlborough. NO hazardous material containers eg; pesticides, oil or toxic chemicals. We DO take: • Glass bottles and jars Nothing broken and – please – wash them out. • Plastic containers Any plastic material with recycling symbols 1 to 7. Again, washed out, and it helps us if you can remove caps and lids and put them into the crate separately. • Metal cans and tins Steel and aluminium cans (rinsed), metal lids from jars and clean aluminium foil. • Newspaper

Newspapers are easiest to deal with in bundles - in a supermarket bag or tied in a bundle. • Other paper and glossies Bundle glossy paper separately from newspapers; junk mail, telephone directories, office paper, magazines and brown paper can all go in the bin. • Cardboard Cardboard boxes and egg trays are accepted but please pack cardboard so it doesn’t blow away.

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Staying in touch with young people is one way of remaining connected with your community – and staying young at heart! Here are two suggestions if you’d like to get alongside young people in Marlborough. Marlborough Boys College is setting up a reading project next term and needs volunteers. Volunteers are needed who have time to listen to boys reading.

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of activities, including a quiz, competing for points. Get together with some friends and make a team to take on the youngsters. The event is on Sunday 17 August from 1.00 pm to 4.00 pm at the Marlborough Boys College Hall. Entries are needed by Sunday July 27 2014 - online entry form at myvoicemarlborough.co.nz or contact Rosie Argyle, Ph: 03 577 6505.


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WE Know the hazards Hunting is a recreational choice and we all no the hazards and risks before participating in such ventures but terminal illnesses are not so think before donating and maybe spare a thought for the owner of the helicopter whose livlihood has been destroyed.

Pet owners Wow was so shocked to read responsible pet owners text specially bout the neighbours getting their birds killed? Wot do they mean pet birds being killed? Well they should be in a cage but wild birds its the food chain normal life. If these folk who run pets down actually had a pet to love they would see things in a different light.

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RE: Snail Mail Re: Snail Mail in the sun 18.7.14 i agree. I sent an xmas card 2 kaiapoi last year, took 2.5 weeks 2 gt there. I also sent anotha letta 2 same address which took 4 weeks 2 arrive. I am still waiting 4 a parcel to arrive 2 me from kaiapoi that was sent bout a month ago

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razor wire Please don’t get the ball! Walking past Redwoodtown School and saw prison razor wire atop of fence around the boiler house inside the school. I hope they have a fully course qualified wire extractor available 24/7 to disentangle. It is extremely nasty stuff.

good effort lads I loved the ‘Groom of the year’ entrants for the comp this year, great fun to watch, but it was a shame that the guys who put all the effort in didn’t win, they were very deserving, good on ya guys :)

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Rates query Would the council disclose to us all: how many rates accounts remain unpaid in each of the last three years, and how much this amounted to in each of the same period; our latest rates are now struck. No rhetoric, just the facts please. we paid.

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Shrinkage The town is losing population. Just look at today births and deaths, usually 2 in for 1 out. Time to get back to basics. Grow meat and food 100% used, not grapes with up to 40% not harvested.Give the children a poison free career choice. We bring then into a world of choice. Parent.

RE: Zombie In response to JB about PC parenting for not liking zombie front page. It is not PC parenting to want to shield and protect our kids form certain images. I agree with the original comment that the cover was far too graphic and our copy was very quickly disposed of. Our kids don’t watch the news at all or play graphic video games and we carefully select what they view so please don’t make huge assumptions about how every parent raises their child based on maybe a few that you have seen Thank MH

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DISASTER STRIKES? Emergency sanitation In some emergency situations water supplies may be cut off or water and sewerage lines may be damaged. You may need to use improvised emergency toilets. How to make an emergency toilet: • Use watertight containers such as a rubbish bin or bucket with a snug fitting cover

• Line bins with plastic bags if possible • Pour or sprinkle a small amount of regular household disinfectant such as chlorine bleach each time the toilet is used to reduce odour and germs. • Keep the toilet covered

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By Celeste Lodewyk The first 24 hours of a disaster hitting is the most crucial for emergency services and Civil Defence. This is the time when families and individuals must ensure they are safe and secure, and for authorities to gather all the information they can about what areas are worse affected and where to allocate their resources. The Sun talks to Marlborough emergency services officer Gary Spence about the first 24 hours of a disaster hitting Marlborough.“ In the first 24 hours Marlborough Emergency Management is information poor, so over the first few hours we are receiving communication from volunteers and support agencies. “We are also collating information from our support agencies including police, ambulance, fire, Marlborough Lines, Marlborough Roads, companies such as Crafar Crouch, Simcox - they all have representatives who communicate with us,” he says.

Gary Spence.

For those living near the coast and a strong earthquake hits, Gary advises they go inland or reach higher ground in case of a tsunami threat. For everyone else, whether they are at home, work or even shopping at the supermarket, drop, cover and hold until the earthquake has finished. “When the shaking has ended carefully go outside while taking care to watch for falling debris or items. “Most importantly, if your

house is safe to be in that is the best place to be. You should have emergency kits on hand that can help your family survive for four days. “In all disasters, check on your family, colleagues, neighbours and friends and together work out what resources you have between you. “This is where we encourage people to be part of neighbourhood support groups so they can look after each other, because as a street you can look after one another which takes a lot of pressure off emergency services,” Gary says. Response Centres will pop up at a number of sites throughout Marlborough which are coordinated by volunteers. These are a good place for people to visit when wanting to find out information or have their concerns addressed, but if people can return home Gary advises they do so.

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Strong on-the-ground organisation is vital if a community is to cope in a major emergency. The Marlborough District Council and the region’s emergency response teams were able to work in partnership with the Awatere Mayor Alistair Sowman with community during the earthquakes and, Marlborough Awatere Community Trust member Marie Flowerday (left) who has worked closely with fortunately, there were no fatalities. Council Community Development Advisor Lyne As the Awatere experience showed, equipment, Reeves and Marlborough Emergency Services Gary Spence in the aftermath of the first aid, muscle power and organisational skills officer Awatere quakes. are likely to be needed on the ground in the build their resilience. immediate aftermath of any emergency. Now is a good time to set up Neighbourhood ability our and cut be may services Essential to travel or communicate may be severely Support – and please remember to include the hampered. Rescue teams may not be able vulnerable members of your neighbourhood or to reach everyone immediately. We could be district. confined to our homes or forced to evacuate Businesses should have emergency plans in place too. Consider your risks and make them. So we ask everyone to be prepared to look preparations to manage them. after themselves and their neighbours for the We live in a region where we must be prepared first few days of a major disaster. Outlying for floods and storms as well as earthquakes communities in particular must be ready to and we must be ready to protect ourselves and, stand alone until help can reach them after a in the first hours or days, that protection may have to come from the community itself. major event. We must be ready to cope with, not only the The Awatere earthquakes have shown how disruption and distress of property damage, this region comes together in times of need. but also the large-scale injury or even death Prepare now so we are all in the best possible shape to come through Marlborough’s next that a major event could cause. to emergency. communities with working is Council

You need at least three litres of drinking water for each person each day. You will also need water for washing and cooking. • Wash bottles thoroughly in hot water • Fill each bottle with tap water until it overflows • Add five drops of household bleach per litre of water (or half a teaspoon for 10 litres) and put in storage. Do not drink for at least 30 minutes after disinfecting • Label each bottle with dates showing when the bottles were filled and when they need to be refilled

• Store bottles away from direct sunlight in a cool dark place. Keep them in two separate places and where there is not likely to be flooding

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DISASTER STRIKES? Prepare your children

Talk to your children about disasters to help reduce fear and anxiety. Get to know your neighbour, say hello over the fence and introduce yourself, because being part of a neighbourhood support group will help you cope better in an emergency situation.

Anything can happen at anytime An earthquake could strike in the early hours of the morning when we are tucked up safe in bed, or as past events have shown us - they can occur during the day when we are away from home working. There will always be a moment of panic within the first few minutes of it occurring, particularly when we are worrying about our loved ones who are still at home. The best thing anyone can do is to form or join a neighbourhood support group. Being part of a neighbourhood support group enables you to identify who is most vulnerable

in your street, as well as what resources are available in the event of an emergency. For example: You might have a doctor, nurse, builder, electrician or someone with current first aid skills who can assist people who are elderly, are not very mobile or who have been injured, from their homes. It’s also important to talk to one another and find out who needs help putting an emergency kit together, who has a vegetable garden if food is needed, who has a barbecue to cook on or even a generator if the power is out. A neighbourhood that can

pull together its resources and communicate with emergency services is a neighbourhood that will cope better in an emergency situation. It’s never too late to form a neighbourhood support group. It’s also a great way to get to know the people in your street, and a way to prevent crime from occuring. For more information about neighbourhood support groups and how to form one, phone Marlborough Emergency Management on (03) 520 7490 or Marlborough District Council on (03) 520 7400.

- Newstalk ZB - Classic Hits - More FM - Radio Live Ensure you have a battery operated radio. In an emergency, tune in to your local radio station

what resources to keep on them, for example a fully charged cellphone or battery operated radio. It could also be helpful to have family members take part in first aid courses. All of these tips can help to reduce fear and anxiety and help everyone learn how to respond.

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Talk to your children about the different types of disasters that could occur in and around your home. Explain to them how to take cover and where the safe meeting point is for family members if you were to get separated. For older children, make them aware of where the emergency kit is,

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- WEEKEND EVENT GUIDE Friday 25 July 2014 Craft Spirit Tasting 7pm Grovetown Hotel. The Grovetown Hotel in conjunction with The Old Bank Tavern are holding the evening. Distillers Fritz Kuckuck and Maria Grau from Liquid Alchemy are bringing their 1st Cut Fresh Hop gins and other spirits to taste and purchase. Sit and Be Fit with Sue Exercise for the not so mobile while sitting down! 1pm Monday and Friday afternoons at 131 Budge Street. Plenty of parking. $2.00 per session. Ph Sue: 578 0469. Sit and Be Fit with Jeanette Free exercise for all ages at Crossroads, 2 Redwood Street. At 10am Ph 578 5395. Quest Intermediate age youth group, 3.30pm-5pm, Picton Baptist Church, 293 Waikawa Rd, Picton. Text Bronwyn 021 046 2434. Pastel Painting Marlborough Art Society, 10am till 3pm. Prue: Ph 578 8888.

Marlborough Craft Collective Mid Winter Market 10:00am - 2:00pm. St Mary’s School.The Craft Collective is dedicated to giving all the talented artisans of Marlborough a place to showcase their goods and to give the people of Marlborough a chance to buy local. VIP High Tea with Ancient’s Best 3:00pm - 5:00pm. Hans Herzog Estate. Join us as we sip on our tea (or ‘bubbles’!) and learn more from Nicky about the fascinating world of Ayurveda – the world’s oldest system of healing. Ph 03 572 8770. Blenheim Social Dance Club Dance to Geraldine Band “Breakthru”. Ballroom, Sequence, Latin, Rock n’ Roll. 7.30 to 11.30 at the St.Christopher’s Hall, Redwoodtown. Everyone invited. Only $10pp plus a plate. For more info phone Colin 572 9423 or Veronica 577 5539. Marlborough Embroiderers’ Guild First Saturday of the month at 1.30pm 4.30pm St John Rooms, Seymour St Ph Roz 578 2471.

Marlborough Thermette Society Wairau River at 2.30 just above the confluence of the Wairau and Spring Creek. Turn off SH 1 to the south (true right) bank of the river and drive down about 500 metres. Adults, children and dogs welcome. It is not necessary to bring a thermette. There will be plenty of hot water available. Ph 5786667 The Marlborough Fun Duathlon Series Is a no-pressure event designed to give you something to keep fit for over winter. Whatever the weather, a 2.3km off road run, 15km bike and another 2.3kn run should warm you up for the day. Meet 8:30 at Wither Hills Farm Car park. Ph Mark 021 533 635. The Searchers Floor Pride Civic Theatre, Corner of Queen and Arthur Street, Blenheim. 7:30pm – 10:00pm Ulysses Ride: To Kekerengu for coffee Meet at the railway stn at 12.45pm ride departs at 1pm

Blenheim Menz Shed 4 Dillons Point Rd open 9am to 12 noon Saturday. Mon & Thurs 1 - 4pm. Building relationships and sharing skills. Ph Gerry 5781835

Picton Museum 10am till 4pm daily, 9 London Quay. Ph 573 8283.

Pregnancy Yoga 9.15am-10.15am. For information call Huia: 021 0724 107.

Marlborough Farmers’ Market 9.00am - noon A&P Showgrounds. Showcasing the best of what Marlborough has to offer.

Marlborough Museum 26 Arthur Baker Place, off New Renwick Rd, Brayshaw Heritage Park. Daily 10am till 4pm.

Mini Putt & Merry-Go-Round Picton Foreshore, 10am every day during school holidays, today and Sunday, 10am

The Diversion Gallery Open noon-5pm Wed – Saturdays 10 London Quay, Picton. Ph 573 7376 or 027 440 8121 or www.thediversion.co.nz

Redwood Market 8am-noon, Redwood Tavern car park. Plants produce and crafts.

St Luke’s Anglican Church Ferry Road, Spring Creek. Join us for Christian worship every Sunday 9.30am. Ph Rev Derek 578 5050.

Saturday 26 July 2014 The Andrew & Faulkner Shield Is competed for by teams of 10 shooters from Target Rifle Shooting Associations from all over the South Island, with about 15 teams expected at this years event. Host Association Marlborough are the current holders of the Shield. A Junior teams competition is also part of the event. 9:00am - 3:00pm. Clubs of Marlborough. The 2014 South Island Moto Trials Championship Are being held today and Sunday at the Barracks Farm, sing posted from New Renwick Road, Woodbourne and Renwick. Spectators are free so come along and check out the action. Blenheim Rotary Car Boot Sale Every Saturday 8am – 2pm at the Railway Station car park, Grove Rd, Ph John 578 3918.

Vintage Farm Machinery 10am till 3pm, Open every day. Brayshaw Park Guided tours available, Sunday Thomas Tank Engine rides. Ph Doris 579 4357. Picton Men’s Shed Every Saturday 10am to 1pm and Wednesday 9am-4pm. Plants and garden furniture sold Saturday and Wednesday 10am to 1pm. Kapahaka for Youth Blenheim School 6pm - 8pm. All welcome.

Active Dads We will be having Dad and children swimming at Stadium 2000! We have booked the lesson pool for the hour! This is a great opportunity for dads with very young children to come and have a play in pools! [6 months and older] 9am to 10am and for more info call 578 6491. The Use of Radio in WWI and WWII 2:00pm - 3:30pm. Presentation by John Neal. Marlborough Provincial Museum and Archives. Radio technology was a crucial part of communications in war. In peace time many of the advances have become common place in civilian homes. Entry by donation.

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UP AND COMING EVENTS Monday 28th July The Muslim Assosiation of Marlb Inc Wishing the community a very Happy Eidul-Fitr. Eid Prayer. 8am@ Upstairs Meeting Room,Marlborough Community Centre. (Space for Ladies ). Ph Br Fouad 03-929 3166.

Renwick Anglican Community Church 54 High St Renwick. Morning worship 9.30am Rev Steve Allcutt ph 572 8850.

Pony Club at Grounds New Renwick Rd. 10am every 2nd Sunday of the month. Grant 578 2100 Michelle 572 8984. Model Aero Club ARA Wairau Valley 9am. Murray 578 9199 or Tony 577 9776.

Shield The Andrew & Faulkner of 10 shooters from ms tea by for ed pet Is com ociations from all Ass ng oti Target Rif le Sho h about 15 teams over the South Island, wit Host Association nt. eve rs expected at this yea rent holders of the Marlborough are the cur petition is also com ms tea Shield. A Junior 3:0 - 0pm. Clubs of part of the event. 9:00am Marlborough.

Petanque 10am 65A Weld Street – Phone John 577 9789. Tramping Club Mary 5728762. Buddhism for Modern Life 10am, 573 5379.

Sun 27 July 2014

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Associated Modellers Society Minature steam engine rides at Brayshaw Prk, 1st and 3rd Sunday each month, 1pm till 4pm $2.

Kapahaka Every Sunday at Tuamarina Hall 12pm - 3pm All welcome.

Tai Chi Today and Mondays. 10am, 11.30am and 1pm. Liz 027 748 6666.

Yealands Estate Marlborough Gallery Open 10.30am till 4.30pm daily, 204 High St. Ph 577 6784 www.marlboroughartsociety. com

Get ready for the weekend with our list of what’s on!

Blenheim Bonsai 2pm-4pm, 7 Hale Street. Dave 577 8679. Marlborough Guild of Woodworkers Brayshaw Park Open workshop 1-4pm, Every 1st Sunday of the month. Wooden toys for sale. Malcolm: 578 8809. Marlborough Rock and Mineral Club Come and see our large rock, mineral, crystal and fossil collection, work room and books. Free admission.

If you have an event contact Liz at The Sun on 5777 868

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Blenheim Social Dance Club Dance to Geraldine Ba nd “Break thru”. Ballroom, Sequence, Lat in, Rock n’ Roll. 7.30 to 11.30 at the St.C hristopher’s Hall, Redwoodtown. Everyo ne invited. Only $10pp plus a plate. For more info phone Colin 572 9423 or Veronica 577 5539.

NZSO - IN THE HALL OF THE MOUNTAIN KING Saturday 22 November 2014 @ 7.30pm Adult $52.00 Conc(65+) $47.00 Child (U19) $17.00 Pre Show talk 6.45pm

RUSSIAN NATIONAL DANCE SHOW – KOSTROMA Sunday 23rd November @ 7.30pm Adult $92.00 Conc (65+) $77.00 Child (u16) $67.00 Group (6+) $77.00

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5 MINUTES WITH: Mandy Stanton Midwife

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What is your favourite food? Cheese, but not the mouldy sort!! What makes you smile?

My family and friends. My life would be nothing without them apart from quieter. What’s your pet hate? Lies and lateness. I would rather be 10 mins early than one min late. I drive my friends mad with my punctuality.

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Love lots of types but my idols are U2. I have seen them live five times spanning across two decades. What is the one thing Sun readers would be surprised to know about you? I hate lemon and apparently that's weird.

Who would you invite to dinner? Jim Carrey for the laughter, Hugh Jackman dressed as his character in Australia for the ‘phwoar’ factor & Robert Pattinson for my daughter. Oh and my UK friends. What’s next on your wish list? Now that would be telling.

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RELIEF CHEF WANTED We require the services of a contract relief Chef to help us in busy times and staff holidays etc. The position would suit a qualified chef who is semi retired or looking for extra work. Please contact Kerry on 5777333.

VINEYARD SUPERVISOR Thornhill Horticultural Contracting is a well-established, large supplier of labour to the Viticulture industry in Marlborough. Thornhill is a registered Recognised Seasonal Employer (RSE) recruiting specific staff from New Zealand, Thailand and the Pacific Islands, to fulfil the needs of its valued vineyard clients.

We currently have a position available for a Vineyard Supervisor. Applicants must have the following: • At least three years experience • Be able to report to management and complete paperwork on time • Reliable and have a tidy work ethic • Preference will be given to an experienced Supervisor, but is not essential as full training will be given. • Be able to work long hours when required • Have excellent communication skills • A good understanding of RSE policy • Clean drivers license In the first instance, please forward a brief email to john@thornhillnz. co.nz no later than no later than 8th August 2014 explaining previous work history and contact details.

DOMINION SALT LIMITED

maintenance Fitter or Fitter turner Dominion Salt is a food manufacturing/

packaging company. This roll is based at Lake Grassmere in Marlborough. We require an experienced Maintenance Fitter or Fitter Turner to support our production operations. Duties: • Preventative maintenance programe • Machinery fault fixing • New machinery installations Work Hours: • 8 hours day shift, Monday to Friday • On call for breakdowns after hours Requirements: • Indentured Tradesman - Minimum 3 years work experience as a maintenance fitter (5-10 years an advantage) with welding and machinery capabilites. • Maintenance fitter experienced in a manufacturing/packing company or food operations would be an advantage. If this sounds like you, please forward your CV to Lake Grassmere, PO Box 81, Seddon 7247 and we will be in touch if we would like an interview. If you have any questions or require a full job description. Please contact Geoff Hunter 021816255 or email geoff.hunter@domsalt.co.nz Please note: the successful candidate will be required to undergo pre-employment medical including drug and alcohol screening.

Classifieds advertising PH 03 577 7868 situation vacant

DOMINION SALT LIMITED

QUALITY CONTROL/ADMINISTRATION

PERMANENT Dominion Salt is New Zealand’s largest producer and refiner of processed salt products. It supplies major industry (dairy, pulp and paper, tanning, food etc) and specialist markets (pharmaceutical, animal health) with 25kg and 1.2tonne packs. Applications are invited for this position responsible for quality control and administrative duties at our Lake Grassmere site. The position involves 8 hour days, Monday to Friday Key attributes you will possess are: • A high degree of motivation • Ability to work with minimal supervision • Interest in compliance testing • Organisational skills • Basic computer skills, including Excel, and Word • Logical thinking with problem solving ability Training will be provided to augment your skills and knowledge for testing salt and salt products and other tasks. A competitive remuneration package including allowances is offered, as well as subsidised superannuation and medical schemes after a qualifying period.

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GARDENER/HANDYMAN Phone Cedric on 5737257/ 0221996637

We are seeking an energetic, reliable self-motivated person for the position of Warehouse Storeperson at our Marlborough Winery. Responsibilities include stock control, dispatch, transfer, loading and unloading of trucks and containers. Applicants must be physically fit, have current forklift and clean HT license’s. This is a permanent full time position. Please apply with a covering letter and CV to: stacey@allanscott.co.nz Applications close 31 July 2014

A LT E R AT I O N S , dressmaking. Will pick up and deliver PH Robyn 5737257 / 0221736140

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17 years experience. Pensioner discounts. For a free quote call Ross or Janet on 03 570 5557 or 021 252 6981

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Dominion Salt operates a drug and alcohol policy. Pre-employment drug, alcohol and medical tests will apply. Applications and CVs should be sent or emailed to: The Quality Manager Dominion Salt Limited PO Box 81 Seddon Email:-robert.kooistra@domsalt.co.nz Applications close Friday 1st August 2014 LABORATORY TECHNICIAN In a short space of time Yealands Wine Group has established itself as a global leader in sustainable wine production. Inspired to ‘think boldly, tread lightly and never say it can’t be done’, the Yealands Wine Group has achieved rapid international growth, exporting to over 65 countries.

Marlborough Lines

Arborist Vegetation Coordinator Marlborough Lines Contracting is a progressive electrical contracting business providing high quality services to the Marlborough region. We are seeking applications from individuals with Arboricultural experience and good administration skills If you are a motivated individual looking for a career in this exciting industry, you can obtain a job description and application form by contacting our reception on 03 577 7007. Alternatively you can email us at info@linesmarl.co.nz or download them from our website www.marlboroughlines.co.nz. Completed applications and CV should be returned to:

General Manager – Contracting Marlborough Lines Ltd PO Box 144 Blenheim 7240 Applications close Wednesday 6 August 2014

We are looking to recruit a highly motivated and experienced Laboratory Technician based at our modern, state-of-the-art winery in the Awatere Valley. Focusing on key cool climate varieties Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Riesling and Gewürztraminer, the laboratory technician will be part of a small team providing support to the Winemakers. Previous laboratory experience is preferred but is not considered essential. The successful applicant will report to the Laboratory Manager / Oenologist, shall be a team player and will possess the following skills. • A positive can do attitude with an organised approach. • The ability to work independently with a minimum of supervision. • Good mathematical and computer (MS Excel) skills. • Good communication skills, both written and oral. • Have pride in the accuracy and repeatability of work produced. • The ability to work extra hours as required. • Good time management and organisational skills. • A good sense of humour. We provide transport to and from the winery each day, and an attractive remuneration package will be available to the successful applicant. For the second year in a row, Yealands Wine Group has been a finalist in NZ’s Best Workplace competition. With clear direction and a committed team we recruit the best and value everyone’s contribution.

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BRUNING, Margaret (nee Worthington): Passed away, peacefully, at Wairau Hospital on July 22, 2014. Loved wife of the late Charlie. Loved mother and mother-in-law of Judith, and David and Marie. Dearly loved Nana of Shane and Angela, Jason and Jolene, Justin and Angela, Tania and Luke, Wayne and Mel, and her grandchildren and great grandchildren. Rest in Peace. Many thanks to the staff at Wairau Hospital for their care and kindness, and the staff at Redwood Lifestyle Care and Village for their care and support to Margaret during her stay. No flowers by request, but donations to the Stroke Foundation would be appreciated and may be made at the service or sent to c/- P O Box 275, Blenheim 7240. Messages may be sent to 24 Burleigh Road, Blenheim 7201. A service for Margaret will be held at the Mayfield Chapel, cnr Hutcheson and Parker Streets, 4pm Friday July 25, followed by cremation at the Sowman Crematorium. GEOFFREY T SOWMAN, FDANZ Tel 03 578 4719 www.sowmans.co.nz

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McCABE, Edward: On Wednesday July 23 2014, peacefully, at Redwood Lifestyle Care and Village. Aged 83 years. Dearly loved husband of Dorothy, much loved father and father-in-law of Sam and Margaret, Ed and Maxine, Ivan and Gail, Matt and Andrea, Graham and Susan. A loved grandad of Brian and Susan, Cheryl and Samuel, Sarah and Daniel, Blair, Jennifer and Ashley, Greg, Leanne and Aaron, Jacqueline and Blaine, Caroline and Adam, Jessica and Daniel, Stephen and Kimberly, Jim, Hannah, and Andrew. Loved great grandfather of Jack and Lucy, Araiara, Tyrese and Ataalia, Kobe and Ryan, William and Olly, and Kieran and Aidan. Messages c/- 77 Hardings Road, RD 4, Blenheim 7274. A funeral service for Edward will be held at the Church of the Nativity, Alfred Street, 1pm Monday July 28, followed by interment at Fairhall Cemetery. GEOFFREY T SOWMAN FDANZ Tel 03 578 4719 www.sowmans.co.nz

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Close but no cigar

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There is nothing quite as galling as coming to the brink of glory, and seeing the opportunity pass you by. We see it in so many life situations, and often it has nothing to do with a lack of commitment or skill. When you attempt to kayak from Australia to New Zealand, and pull the plug 80 kilometres short. That look of despair on a child’s face when they go to lick their ice cream cone, and it falls on the ground. When you really feel like a pie, and you run to the shop and it closes in front of your eyes

MARINA 2 MARINA Registrations are still open for the Marina 2 Marina race in Picton in October. For more information visit the Marina 2 Marina website.

DUATHLON The Marlborough Fun Duathlon Series starts again on Sunday. Competitors are asked to meet at 8:30am at the Wither Hills Farm Park. The event includes a 2.3 kilometre run either side of a 15km bike ride. For more information call Mark on 021 533 635.

as you stand there, panting and doubled-over... Maybe that last one was just me. That was how Kiwi cyclist Jack Bauer felt earlier this week, as he led for 222km of stage 15 of the Tour de France, only to be overtaken with 50 metres to go. Bauer would have been the first New Zealander to win a stage in the prestigious race’s history. Reportedly dad Hans joined Jack in shedding tears after the result, but that should not take away from what was a remarkable ride. With the Commonwealth Games under way in Glasgow it is worth remembering New Zealand has

had its fair share of close, but no cigar moments. One of the more heartbreaking incidents was when race walker Craig Barrett collapsed from heat exhaustion while leading at the 1998 Kuala Lumpur games. He was one km from the finish. Outside of New Zealand, Manchester United had the 2011-12 Premier League title wrapped up, but arch-rivals Manchester City famously scored two stoppagetime goals on the final day to snatch it away. Hopefully this time our athletes can see it through and make it onto that dais.

Grandstand’s future unclear

WOODBOURNE MARATHON

Negotiations concerning the future of the A&P Park grandstand are continuing. The grandstand requires earthquake strengthening work to bring it up to code, upgrades expected to cost over $500,000. The Marlborough District Council has held meetings with the Historic Places Trust over the stand, and is set to send them engineering documents in the near future. Council spokesperson Robert Hutchinson said they believe the money could be used in another way. “It would be more beneficial to put the money needed to strengthen into a new sports field complex, similar to those at Endeavour Park

Entries are still open for the Woodbourne Half Marathon, and the associated 10km and 5km events. The event takes place on Sunday, August 17. For more information visit www. coolrunning.co.nz.

SHOOTING The Andrew & Faulkner Shield Target Shooting Competition comes to Marlborough tomorrow. The event is being held at Clubs of Marlborough from 9am to 3pm. Teams from all over the South Island will be attending the event. Marlborough are the current shield holders.

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The Marlborough Girls’ College netball team beat Waimea College 60-55 yesterday, but it was not enough to win their sports exchange. Waimea took out the exchange 2-1, with their basketball and football teams proving too strong for their MGC counterparts. They took out the basketball 58-43, and triumphed 3-1 in the football.

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