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By Jacob Page New Zealand records tumbled and a father and son duo were right in the thick of it at the South Island Masters Indoor Rowing Championships in Nelson. Five Blenheim indoor rowers including father and son Brian and Ross Hutchison collected a total of 17 gold medals and three national records.

Continued page 2 The Blenheim Rowing Club’s Brian Hutchison, Ross Hutchison, Andrew Denmead, Sandy Large and Warren Mant dominated the South Island Masters Indoor Rowing Championships in Nelson.

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Brian sets sights on world competition at 85 Continued from page 1 Brian, at age 83, picked up his second national record with a 4.15.8 time in the lightweight (under 75kg) 1000m in the 80 plus age category. He says his time had given him confidence to try to get to the World Masters Rowing Regatta on Waikato’s Lake Karapiro in 2017. “I’d like to think I could go there and compete,” he says. “That’s what I’ll be aiming for. Warren Mant earned two national

records in the 2000m and 1000m in the 43 to 49-year-old group. He also won gold in the 500m and 100m. Warren says he had been competing in indoor rowing for more than a decade. Ross says he was a competitive rower for the Blenheim Club in his younger days but he stepped away from the sport when he left Marlborough and came back to it when he returned to the region in

2005. He won three gold medals over the shorter distances in the 55 to 59-year group. “Dad has always been big into the masters events and let’s be honest, it’s pretty special to be able to compete alongside your father at something, especially at my age. Sandy Large had only been competing in indoor rowing for two months but picked up four gold medals in the 36 to 42-year-old age

group. She prevailed in the 2000m, 1000m, 500m and 100m, showing her versatility over the long and sprint distances. “I was going over for netball and I watched it last year and thought it looked like fun and I’d give it a go.” Andrew Denmead proved his worth with two golds over the 500m and 100m distances in the 55 to 59-year-old category.

Brook shows talent at Manfield By Jacob Page Blenheim’s Brook Reeve has demonstrated he is a championship contender after the opening round of the New Zealand Formula First championship at Manfeild. The 17-year-old finished runner-up in two of the three championship races, beaten to the chequered flag by a mere hundreths-of-a-second on both occasions. At the end of the round, Reeve is holding second place in the series, just 23 points behind multiple series champion Michael Shepherd. Reeve has returned to the Formula First singleseater category after debuting last season as the SpeedSport Scholarship winner and finishing with the Rookie of the Year title. After a poorer than expected qualifying effort, Reeve was soon in the lead of the first race from grid five, before a driving mistake sent him off the track. He quickly recovered from 8th place to get back into the lead of the race before contact with a rival dropped him back to sixth at the finish. There were no such mistakes in the following two races and although leading throughout both races, was just pipped for the win in both races at the finish line. “It was a great weekend,” says Reeve. “That would have to be the closest racing I’ve ever had since I started car racing.

Brook Reeve is on the pace of the opening round of the New Zealand Formula First championship.

“In the last two races we were racing two and three wide through the corners with the lead constantly changing but there was no contact between us, just fast, close racing. “I’m really pleased I came back to this class [Formula First] for another season as this type of racing

is what really makes you sharp as a race car driver. There’s simply no other form of [car] racing in this country where you can get that close, cut-throat competition “It can only be good experience and racecraft for me in future years,” he added.

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Laddie’s charitable act for the community By Jacob Page A Blenheim house is to auctioned with all the proceeds going to Marlborough St John and Marlborough Hospice The estate sale of 51 Warwick Street will be auctioned on site on October 21 with Alan ‘Laddie’ Hope keen to see the money benefit Marlborough. Harcourts auctioneer Bryan Palmer says it is a first for him in his career and is both unusual and exciting to know all the money is going to the local community. “The property was owned by a colourful Blenheim character, Alan “Laddie” Hope and the trustees of the estate were pleasantly surprised to learn that everything from the estate was going to local charities and so were we.” He says Laddie was a real salt of the earth character who had his roots in the Marlborough community. “He was very specific about where he wanted the proceeds to go. The house has a government valuation of $240,000 Marlborough Hospice fundraising coordinator, Sandy Inwood, was over the moon with the news, “This

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Cruise ship season begins The largest cruise ship season in Marlborough’s history got underway on Monday. The Diamond Princess arrived in Shakespeare Bay on Monday morning 2784 passengers and 1082 crew on board. It was the first of 12 cruise ships to arrive in Picton this season.

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Harcourts manager Mark Davis, St John manager Rod Hill, Harcourts auctioneer Bryan Palmer, Sandie Inwood from Marlborough Hospice and St John personnel in front of the Warwick Street property that will be sold with the proceeds going to both charitable organisations.

is amazing news. It is absolutely wonderful.” St John manager, Rod Hill says the news is tremendous and timely. “We have to replace our ambu-

lances so you can imagine this donation is going to fast track the purchases.” The property will be sold on October 21 at 5.30pm on site.

“This is going to be a big auction not just because Laddie is doing this for our local community but actually it is a neat property that will appeal to a lot of people”

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By Jacob Page The Marlborough Electric Power Trust chairman Ross Inder has made clear the trust’s annual report meeting will not be held this week. Ross says trustees will meet today to set a date for the annual meeting, which will then be

publicly notified when a date has been set. Electricity company Marlborough Lines is owned by the Marlborough Electric Power Trust which holds shares on behalf of all Marlborough power users. Ross says the public is welcome to attend the meeting once a date

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Rooney says the last time this work was done a year ago, 32 leaks in the system were pinpointed, seven of them on private property. Leaks can occur when pipes are old or corroded. Stephen says that while the work is underway, staff may need to go onto private property to turn the water off at the toby for a short time. However, he said, the inconvenience should be brief. “We do want residents to be

aware that they may get a knock on the door and be advised not to turn on taps for a short time. Workmen will have the company logo on their clothing and have identification. However anyone with a concern should contact the Council.” The workers will be on the job between 8am and 4.30-5pm for the next two or three days. They will be in Havelock for the first few days of next week.

Havelock author tells story of angus stud Havelock author Lorain Day has moved away from her usual fortay to tell the story of New Zealand’s iconic angus stud’s with a little help from well-known Kiwi chef Al Brown The book called Te Mania has its release this month. Lorain is a former publisher and author of children’s books and non-fiction for adults. Adamantly a South Islander, she lives very happily in Havelock with her husband, an international children’s author, and their cat, Couscous. It is the story of generations of one hardworking and high-achieving family — the Wildings — and the sound farming practices and respect for the land which led to the development of their iconic and commercially successful Black Angus beef stud. Lorain tells a story that touches on biplanes, true love, the pre-World War One Riviera, Wimbledon, thoroughbred bloodstock, generations of warriors, a great Kiwi war hero, a secret mission on a Pacific Island and the

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“Back in 2010 I was putting together my book, Stoked, and a couple of friends suggested I talk to a guy called Tim Wilding from Te Mania, who was from what I could gather a bit of a culinary arsonist,” he says. “I gave him a call and it quickly became apparent that we had a whole lot in common: a love of fire and beef, of course, but also an interest in sustainable farming and a commitment to promoting the best New Zealand products domestically and internationally.” “Tim and I have subsequently become good friends and I’ve had the opportunity to visit Te Mania a number of times. “It’s a landscape of coastal flats with wonderful pockets of native bush. “The fertile flats nudge up to steep hill country, which in turn is framed by the dramatic Kaikoura mountain range in the near distance. “It is a postcard-beautiful environment to breed what many regard as some of the world’s best examples of pure Black Angus bulls.

Winegrowers pleased with agreement New Zealand Winegrowers has warmly welcomed the news that Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) negotiators have reached a final agreement. New Zealand Winegrowers chief executive Philip Gregan has endorsed the agreement “This is an excellent outcome for the New Zealand wine industry,” he says. “Finalising the TPP is strategically very

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New building for trucking company The old Cuddons Engineering Building is being demolished to make way for a new building for Wadsco Commercial Vehicles. Sited behind the skate park on Grove Road, the demolishion team from Crafer Crouch are expected to take another week, with the steel in the roof making it heavy going. David Clark from Wadsco Commercial told the Sun he expects with

everything going to plan their new building will be completed in 12 months. Wadsco have owned the site for two years. LEFT: Work has begun to demolish the old Cuddons Engineering building behind the skatepark on Grove Road. BELOW: An artist impression of the new Wadsco Commercial Vehicle Centre.

Volleyball crown Uso’s to lose Uso Fiafia look like undeniable favourites to win the Marlborough Volleyball competition as the premier grade hits the playoffs. In the final round of regular season action, Woodbourne Conscripts took on Pure Samoa and with Woodbourne off to a good start and getting a serving run of 10 points the first game was theirs. Pure Samoa came alive in the second set

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and angled. Some great passing and picking up the ball from both sides had the first two sets close. Both sets went to USO 25-20. Dank Lords came back in the third set with Theo Martin-Babin blocking and spiking well. Dank Lords took more risks in this set and came out winners 25-22. Uso again took on Bellas Team in the later

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Traffic officers Dear Ed, Among my circle of friends of mature age, two or three have encountered traffic officers. A recent case highlights the issue. Early morning, one heading to walk the Wither Hills, was “pulled over” because a rear light wasn’t working. Nice gesture despite the serious looking officer. But then he spoiled it by asking for her licence which she didn’t have because she was walking the Wither Hills without her wallet. No retail therapy up there! Whereupon the miserable officer wrote her a ticket for not possessing her licence. This is bad public relations for the police to

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Dear Ed, On a visit to the North Island very recently, petrol prices differed wildly between Blenheim, Wellington and other North Island areas. Blenheim’s 91 octane was well over $2.00. Wellington (a port) was down a bit but at Levin (no port) it was $1.87. Then at Rotorua on the east side of the lake it was $1.86, but on the west side of the lake $2.08. It just doesn’t make sense. But then nor does the free market that allows cartels to operate. Petrol prices lack stability. They fuel inflation and when they differ wildly cause instability. And why is Levin so much less than Marlborough? “Traveller”

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Andrea’s recipe for life In less than one year Pandas Kitchen has gained a cult following around Blenheim with its good, old fashioned baking. Sun reporter Jacob Page talks to the woman behind the success Andrea Snushall about turning her passion into a fulltime career, the joys of one-of-a-kind baking and what can be done with a $400 oven and a cake mixer from the 1970s. Andrea Snushall has never been happier in her life. After retiring from her chosen career, she has decided to turn her hobby of home style baking into a fulltime career. Her Hitaua Place house looks no different, inside or out than many others, but it is here with her small $400 oven and cake mixer brought for her by her parents in 1978 that she lets her passion take over. ‘In December last year we got registered with the Council but for years I had been making Christmas cakes and a few people said I should try to sell them,” she says. “I went to the farmers market and sold heaps and heaps of them and I thought ‘let’s see what else we can do’.” Andrea says she starts baking at 7am and it’s not uncommon for her to still be at it late at night. She’s even roped in her husband, Peter, being the Gofer who makes the caramel. “We are at home together and we love being together and we have fun. “This was always something I thought about doing but the timing didn’t seem right until now. Andrea says her mum taught her how to bake and she has evolved what she can cook over time. “I used to enter the Hawarden A & P Show with my sponge cakes

and I used to get duck eggs for that especially and I used to make little Christmas puddings for the old people in my home town in North Canterbury.” However, it was one gift from her parents that set her up for a life-long love affair with baking. “When I was 17, my parents came back from Australia and they came back with a Kenwood Cake Mixer and all the parts. “I’ve used it ever since and it still goes like the clappers. “It’s that farming upbringing I believe. It’s good old-fashioned baking. “None of it is perfect, no two things are the same and that’s the joy of it. “I love making cakes in my $399 oven. “I’ve got the cheapest oven that makes the best cakes. “My mother was a great farm cook and she taught me little secrets. “There are a few secrets to my Afghans and my banana cakes that make them extra yummy.” Andrea says she has “disasters” like any home baker but it’s the imperfections that set her apart. “This kitchen seems to work for me,” she says. “It’s pretty small and it’s not a baker’s kitchen but when I’m in here I’m as happy as Larry. “Happiest I’ve ever been in my life to be honest.

Pandas Kitchen owner Andrea Snushall says cakes have always been a lot of fun to make ever since she was a teenager.

Money isn’t always the thing that brings you happiness, she says. “Going fulltime is scary and I don’t know if it’s the right move but I’m happy. Andrea says she enjoys running a business from home and having the flexibility to look after her granddaughter Addison on a regular basis. “She’s the joy of our lives, she

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Andrea and Peter often travel to Cambodia to help with volunteer efforts and Andrea says they will look to do that again. We’ve had Asian students live with us for years and what we eat is mostly Asian so we’ve always had affection for the place.” For now, Andrea is quite content in her own little slice of baking paradise.

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The Lemongrass Asian fusion at its best When you hear the words ‘Asian Fusion’ you can almost taste the freshness and smell the spices. The Lemongrass restaurant on Maxwell Road has created a menu that puts the best of Asia on a plate. Starring dishes with a traditional yet modern twist on Thai and Vietnamese cuisine, The Lemongrass has focused on fresh, lean and green. This includes serving dishes with red rice, a more natural form of rice that is packed with more nutrients. Since opening in August the restaurant’s lunch and dinner service has been hugely popular. Owners Bu-nga Kraitaitong and Nuttavut Rodsienglum say the feedback from customers has been really positive, with many enjoying a number of dishes they had not yet tried. “When putting this menu together we were very conscious of not re-creating something that is already offered locally. “We wanted to give people something new,

fresh and exciting that we haven’t seen in any other restaurants,” Bu-nga says. One aspect of the menu which has proved tempting to diners has been the Vietnamese selection. “Vietnamese food is very popular in Thailand, and with people becoming more health conscious we felt this menu would provide something fresh and healthy. “We have also included some of our family favourites, including Nuttavut’s mother’s ‘Steamed Fish with Kaffir Lime Leaf and Tamarind Curry’, as well as some other traditional dishes we are sure people will love,” Bu-nga adds. Complimenting the food is the friendly service from staff who are happy to recommend something from the menu. If you haven’t tried it yet, don’t delay. Visit The Lemongrass on Maxwell Road and experience Asian Fusion at its best. The restaurant is open seven days for lunch and dinner, and takeaway is also available.

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The Lemongrass staff pictured at the restaurant’s opening recently.

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Boost for skating as former world champion visits By Jacob Page Blenheim speed skaters got a mentoring session from former world champion turned coach Cheryl Begg at the weekend. The Timaru-based coach brought four of her age-group skaters with her as a dozen Marlborough skaters got to learn from one of the best in the world. Club coach Sam Pontague says to have arguabley one of the best coaches in the world come to Blenheim is always a positive. "When Cheryl or (husband) Bill are here, we all try to take in as much as we can," she says. "The sessions were very technique focussed which is what we need and what our skaters need."

Sam says a group of Marlborough skaters will travel to Timaru to take part in a regional competition indoors at the SBS Events Centre. They will then have another session on Timaru's outdoor track. "All of the club is excited to get down there and compete, but we certainly appreciate any help we get from them," Sam says. "We have really passionate people who can take training sessions and learn to skate sessions but the technical stuff is something we really enjoy learning about." She says there is a chance some top Marlborough skaters would travel back down to Timaru for the multi-day Tour of Timaru which sees the best skaters from Oceania compete over multiple days on various surfaces.

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Scholarship hopeful By Celeste Lodewyk Local photographer Sarah Assandri (Hodgett) needs your help, and it’s in the simple form of a click of a mouse. Sarah is one of several who have entered into the AMP Scholarships ‘People’s Choice’ and to date she is coming in second place on the Nelson/Tasman regional leaderboard, behind motocross rider Josh Coppins. In order for Sarah to get into first place and win the $5,000 regional People’s Choice Scholarship which she says will go toward her professional fashion photography she needs more votes. Voting is open to the public within New Zealand and closes on October 9. How it works is a judging panel in each region will select a shortlist of finalists from their regional

An example of Sarah HodgettAssandri’s fashion photography. Photo provided.

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One finalist in each region will be awarded a regional People’s Choice Scholarship. For Sarah the scholarship would open up more training opportunities and give her business vital exposure. “My vision is to change fashion photography and take it in a new direction. “To do this I would like to do more training workshops, but unfortunately they are mostly held overseas. “I have already trained under my mentor Emily Soto in Melbourne and New York, but I have other photographers on my bucket list I want to learn from. This scholarship would enable me to travel to them and really benefit my business,” she says. To cast your vote in the regional People’s Choice Scholarship simply visit www.doyourthing.co.nz and search under Tasman/Nelson.

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ENGEDI-KOBLENEZ: Balazs and Eva are pleased to announce the safe arrival of their second child, son David (9lb 6oz) born September 29, 2015 at 3:26pm at Wairau Hospital. A little brother for Daniel. A very special thank you to Gwen Costello and Bronwyn Mir, and everyone at the maternity ward.

BISHELL: Scott and Rachel are excited to announce the much anticipated arrival of their first son, Alexander James (7lb 1oz) on October 1, 2015 at 11:30am at Wairau Hospital. Special thanks to midwife Cathy Middleton, Helen Crampton and the wonderful theatre staff, and all the lovely maternity staff. Both doing well.

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ZUCCHETTO: Luciano and Rachel are delighted to announce the arrival of Aria June (8lb 8.5oz) on September 26, 2015, 3.11am at Wairau Hospital. A huge thank you to midwife Cathy Middleton and all the amazing staff on the maternity ward. Photo provided

The journey into motherhood can be one of the most exciting and daunting life transitions a woman will ever experience, especially for those expecting a baby for the first time. After the arrival of a baby, new mums would often agree that motherhood is the single most amazing experience of their life. It will amaze you how such a little person can evoke such deep emotions and bring such joy not only to your life but to everyone else’s around. And in spite of the sleepless nights and worrying, there is a sense of fulfilment many new mums will agree to be experiencing; as actress Meryl Streep was quoted saying; “Motherhood has a very humanising effect. Everything gets reduced to essentials.” Regardless of your role prior to motherhood you might notice that the tasks and goals you were once capable of becomes a distant memory; sometimes even be-

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Its Riverlands based workshop provides service and repair to trucks, campervans and motorhomes, while a tractor unit and low bed trailer are on standby for recovering broken down vehicles. “We are also agents for AA so if you have broken down we will come and put your vehicle on our truck and take it the nearest authorised repairer,” Trich says. Trucks and large vehicles aren’t the only areas of transport they cater to. Transmar Services is a Cummins agent and has a service vehicle that travels to Picton and Havelock to fix and service marine engines.

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Wendie Cantwell Wendie Cantwell is a woman of many talents. Working alongside her father Ian in their family business Cantwell Joinery & Window Centre Ltd, Wendie does everything from designing kitchens through to the cutting out and arranging of installation. More recently Wendie has begun to take on more of a hands on role in the day to day running of the business, as Ian reduces his hours. She insists nothing will change with the business. “It’s business as usual. I will be working alongside my father and taking on some of his workload so he can step back

a little more. “I’m looking forward to this challenge and having more involvement in the family business,” she says. Cantwell Joinery & Window Centre Ltd specialises in designing and manufacturing kitchens, and with up-to-date software Wendie can take the client through the entire design process. “I have the ability to draw up the design right in front of the client which enables us to explore their ideas, and for me to provide an on-the-spot quote. “Come in and visit our showroom and talk to me today about your kitchen project,” she says.

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Marlborough hosted its Spring Jumping Show in Blenheim over the weekend with competitors from all over New Zealand competing in the event.

 Laila Balzer.

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 Marlborough rider Helen Ensor. Photo courtesy watsonequinephotography.com

 Stacey Lott.

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Hockey hotspot Blenheim played host to international hockey for the first time in more than 50 years when the women’s Black Sticks played Argentina.

 Black Sticks player Maddie Dowe and

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 Some of the Black Sticks pose with the Marlborough under-13 development side on Saturday.

 The Argentine players we re only too happy to pose for a photo.

Fun on wheels The Blenheim Skating Club has been busy preparing for regional competitions in Timaru and were visited by former world champion Cheryl Begg.

 Erin Green (left) and Sophie Kole.

 (back left) Eve Owers, Gracie Watts, Riley Beldham, Olivia Beldham. (front left) Hannah Kole, Lily Pontague, Brooke Pontague, Sophie Kole, Erin Green.

 Brooke Pontague, Lily Pon tague, Sophie Kole, Eve Owers.

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w community notices The Community Noticeboard is for non-profit organisations. For $10.00 you can publish up to 25 words. No AGMS, sporting notices or special meetings. Community Notices must be pre-paid. Call into our office at 72 High Street, Blenheim

Community Law Marlborough Presents free education sessions at the Marlborough District Library. Renting & Tenancy Agreements. October 14th from 12.10-12.50pm.

Family/Whanau for information/ advocacy/support For families living with mental illness/addictions please contact Supporting Families Marlborough - Lyn, Karina or Nikki ph 577 5491 or visit us at 4 Scott Street.

Housie Thursday 7pm, Blenheim Bowling Club, 40 housies, 2 supers, raffles and refreshments available. Proceeds to Te Rerenga O Te Ra.

125th Birthday at St Lukes Spring Creek Come and celebrate, reminisce and catch up. 18th October 10.00am. All welcome. Programme details: F: StLukesmarlboroughnz. Ph: 570 5050 E: 125thbirthday@gmail.com.

community services Marlborough After Hours GP Services: Wairau Hospital campus, after 6pm. Reception 520 6377. Office 520 9980. Ambulance: Urgent 111. Non urgent 579 4870. After Hours Chemists: Springlands Pharmacy 9am-6pm, 7 days. Ph 5782271. Community Care Pharmacy: Within the Blenheim Warehouse, open 7 days 9am-8pm. Only closed Christmas Day. Diabetes Marlborough Inc: 5775549, Office hours 9am-3pm, Monday - Friday Lifeline Marlborough: 0800 543354, 24hr helpline. Marlborough Women's Refuge, Rape and Sexual Abuse Resource Centre: Crisis line, phone Wairau Hospital 520 9999, for Women's Refuge contact numbers. Overeaters Anonymous: For more information. Ph 570 5137 Alcoholics Anonymous: Rose 5777651, Harvey 578 8125. Citizens Advice Bureau - Free, friendly, confidential advice. Mon - Fri 9.30am - 4pm. Phone 578 4272.

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Our Advocates will take up your cause to ensure your rights are respected, listen to your concerns and support you in the actions you want to take to gain resolution. Ph 579 5304 or call at Level 2, Aorere House, 54 Scott St.

Sheets ‘n’ Things Are you looking for a comfy dog bed for your favourite pooch? We are between The Warehouse carpark building & Johns Kitchen. Ph: 578 1356 Ext 5 or 0211788337. Check out our furniture for sale, Beds, Tallboys, Duchesses and Lounge suites, Phone 5781754 All donations gratefully accepted and needed. 11 Boyce Street. Phone 578 1754.

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The Blue Door Open Monday to Friday 9.00am - 3.00pm. Saturday 9.00 - 2pm. Items surplus to your requirements we would gladly accept. We can deliver. Phone 579 4353

Victim Support: 0800 VICTIM (0800 842 846) Al-Anon: Help for families & friends of alcoholics. Ph Margaret 578 4690 or Cilla 570 5335. Alzheimers Society Marlborough: 577 6172, 8 Wither Rd. Open Monday - Friday, 8.30 - 4.30pm Hospital Visiting Hours: Wairau Hospital: Daily 11.30am-7.30pm, children under 12 may visit parents only. Maternity Ward: 10am-Noon, 4pm-7pm. Children's Ward: Daily 10am-8pm. Visiting at all times is subject to the discretion of the nurse in charge of the ward. Marlborough Family Budgeting: - Free confidential budgeting advice. Monday-Friday. Phone 578 2006. Marlborough Lupus Support: For more information phone Katrina 572 4333 or 021 502 451 Picton Doctor: Phone weekend doctor 573 6092 or Marlborough After Hours GP Service 520 6377. Office 520 9980. Ambulance: Urgent 111. Non-urgent 579 4870. Chemist:Picton Healthcare Pharmacy. Ph 573 6420 Mon -Fri 9-6pm, Sat 9-2pm, Queen Charlotte Pharmacy 573 7927 Sat 9-1pm.

death notices BURGESS, Jill (nee Davies): On October 2 2015 Jill quietly, and with dignity, passed away in the company of her loving husband Brian. Much loved mother and mother-in-law of Karen, Neil, Mark and Janeece. Grateful thanks to the medical teams and staff who cared for Jill throughout her illness. A service for Jill will be held at the Mayfield Chapel, cnr Hutcheson and Parker Streets at 11.00am Wednesday October 7, followed by cremation at the Sowman Crematorium. GEOFFREY T SOWMAN, FDANZ Tel 03 578 4719 www.sowmans.co.nz

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acknowledgement The Sun Newspaper offers an acknowledgement service to its readers. You can submit acknowledgements following family bereavements. The deadline will be on Mondays at 5.00pm, with a limit of 50 words for $15.00. You can submit acknowledgements by bringing them to the Sun office at 72 High Street, or posting them to PO Box 634 Blenheim 7240. You can also email them to frontdesk@blenheimsun.co.nz Please include your contact details: Name, address, email and phone numbers, including your mobile number if possible.

WADSWORTH, Natalie Irene: Passed away, peacefully, on Saturday October 3 2015, at Redwood Lifestyle Care & Village. In her 92nd year. Dearly loved wife of the late Lewis. Dearly loved mother and mother-in-law of Erika and Norman Anson, Moston and Sue Wadsworth, Sarena and James Poulter, and Brendon and Cathy Wadsworth. Much loved Nana of Nathan, and Lauren; Claire and Ant, Eysle and Kirk, Bradley, Evan, Troy, and Vaughan; Daniel, Wade, Emily, and Jodie; Gareth, and Jenna. Loved Great Nana of Imogen, and Zavier. Messages may be sent to the Wadsworth family, c/- 2 Kirk Street, Renwick 7204. In lieu of flowers, a donation to St John would be appreciated and may be made at the service or sent to P O Box 467, Blenheim 7240. A service for Natalie will be held at the Mayfield Chapel, cnr Hutcheson and Parker Streets at 11am on Friday October 9, followed by interment at Fairhall Cemetery. GEOFFREY T SOWMAN FDANZ Tel 03 578 4719 www.sowmans.co.nz

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Industrial welding of • Tanks • Bins • Boats Fabrication of one off products 26 Stuart Street PH 03-578 3034 Mon-Fri: 8am - 4pm

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P R IVATE SALE 2 bdrm unit in Redwoodtown, concrete block, spacious,heat pump, own garage, handy to all amenities. Good investment property. Owner now living overseas. For sale at $175,000. Enquiries or to view phone 0274304460.

old NZ postcards & books, fountain pens, military items, scrap gold or damaged jewellery, stuffed birds etc, NZ Maori / whaling & historical items, antiques & collectibles. Please phone Phil on 5775402 (JUSTBROWSING)

60 Years

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health & beauty THAI Theraputic Massage. Call to make an appointment with Warintra’s. 8a Buick Street Redwoodtown. Ph 021 025 65255 or 578 3778.

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Free packaging with removals Phone 577 8089 or 027 558 3260

from Springlands School 2010

Reward. Phone 579 4440

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Hebberds CC Express Hari huri tau mo nga tau tekau ma ono. He tino waimarie matou kei roto koe i to matou oranga. Arohanui Pam & Liam

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Annual General Meeting This is notification that the Annual General Meeting for MARLBOROUGH COMMUNITY GARDENS will be held on Thursday 22nd October 2015 7pm Riversdale Community House 131 Budge Street, Blenheim

Blenheim Judo

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Outboard Motors to service & repair. All makes. All models. Vortex Marine PH 578 5720 6 Dodson St, Blenheim

Beginners Course $35 Tuesdays - 13th Oct to 17th Nov 7yrs – 12yrs 5pm 13yrs – Adults 6pm Instructor Shayne Jacks, 2nd Dan Ph: Judy (03) 571 6373 Facebook –Blenheim Judo Club

Trev’s Painting & Decorating Interiors - Exteriors - Wall papering - Gib stopping

for sale WHITE CHIP & white rocks. Ideal for pebble gardens, paths, driveways. Phone Thomson 5756885

Tradesman with 40 years experience Ph 027-859-7074 • A/H 03-579-3368 email: samkar@xtra.co.nz

K A W A S A K I KDX200 1994 $1,900 Marlborough Trials Centre ph 03-579-2500 or 027-230-3151. LEES F03 Forklift With Side Shift Forks And Container Mast For Driving Into Containers $2550 Marlborough Trials Centre ph 03-5792500 or 027-230-3151

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C R ACKE D iphone screen! Faulty batteries! For iphone repairs call 5793229 or email iphonerepairs365@ gmail.com

Naturally - Nutritious Pet s to c ks g r e e n PH / T X T Pa m 2929400.

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Sat ~ 10 Oct ~ 9 am to 1 pm Stalls, Food, Garage Sale and much more Cnr. Alabama Rd & Riley Cr Fun for Everyone!

Fundraiser for Wairau Youth & Family Trust

Wairau Valley Anglican Parish Proudly presents 22nd tour of COUNTRY GARDENS

17th and 18th October

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On sale from Islington Gardens, Renwick Dairy, Roselands Pets and Plants, Devon Nursery, Selmes Garden Trust Nursery, Springlands Garden Centre & Cafe. Gardens along Old Renwick Road and Renwick North.

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A great day out!

Public Notice Section 101 Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012

The Yard Bar & Bistro Ltd, 30 Maxwell Road, Blenheim.

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PIAGGIO Zip 50cc 2 Stroke 2014 $2350 Marlborough Trials Centre ph 03-579-2500 or 027-230-3151.

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has made an application to the District Licensing Agency at Blenheim for renewal of conditions of an on license in respect of the premises situated at 30 Maxwell Road, Blenheim and known as The Yard Bar & Bistro. The general nature of the business conducted (or to be conducted) under the license is restaurant/ bar. The days on which and the hours during which alcohol is (or is intended to be) sold under the license are Monday to Sunday 10am-2am. The application may be inspected during ordinary office hours at the office of the Marlborough District Licensing Committee at the Council Offices, Seymour Street, Blenheim. Any person who is entitled to object and who wishes to object to the grant of the application may, not later than 15 working days after the date of the first publication of this notice, file a notice in writing of the objection with the Secretary of the District Licensing Committee at PO Box 443, Blenheim 7240. This is the first publication of this notice.

HONDA CRF450R 2 0 1 2 13 4 H o u r s , Comes With Fresh Top End Rebuild $ 6,200 Marlborough Trials Centre ph 03-579-2500 or 027-230-3151

P G 0 P M X N a ke d 5 0 cc Scooter 2014 B r a n d N e w $ 24 0 0 Marlborough Trials Centre ph 03-579-2500 or 027-230-3151.

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Missing (‘Taken for morning talk’) Family heirloom.

Wednesday October 7, 2015

Manufacturer of all your joinery needs Member of the Registered Master Joiners

TradeZone & Bluelight would like to invite you and your kids to

a fun filled day of fishing When: Saturday 10 October 2015 Time: 10am - 12.30pm with prize giving at 12pm Where: Waikawa Bay Foreshore & Wharf, Picton Meet TradeZone Fishing Guru Graeme Sinclair. Great a FREE day out with your kids. Bring along your own rod, limited number of free handlines available.

Windows • Doors • Vanities • Wall Units • Kitchens • Stairs • Shop Fittings • Fit-out of boats and motorhomes • Repair work

Phone: 579 5266 Cell: 027 6710 133 Email: walklins@xtra.co.nz 13 Sutherland Terrace, Blenheim


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LEARN TO DIVE NOW Free Mask, Snorkel & Fin package valued at $144 with every OpenWater Course started in October or November! Courses held in the Marlborough Sounds or Nelson. Go Dive have 34 years experience teaching and guiding divers and are a WorkSafe Accredited Adventure tour operator. Contact Go Dive Marlborough for details

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DRESS MAKING, alterations, will pick up & deliver. Ph Robyn 573-7257 or 022-1736140.

Public Talk

Overcoming Depression & Loneliness Friday October 9th 7 pm – 8.30 pm All warmly welcome $10

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0800 GODIVE 0800 463483 www.godive.co.nz

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Alzheimers Rooms 8 Wither Road, Blenheim Phone Maree 572 2774 or Sue 578 5214

situation vacant

Bethsaida

R 2 2 h e li c o p ter based in Blenheim available for frost protection work 0274942894.

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RETIREMENT VILLAGE

HEALTH CARE ASSISTANTS Permanent & casual shifts are available for enthusiastic and committed health care assistants. Experience is preferred, but full training will be offered to suitable applicants. Please call at reception for an application form or email manager@bethsaida.co.nz clinical@bethsaida.co.nz

REGISTERED NURSE foR EaR wax REmoval PART TIME • BLENHEIM

Customer Service Representative BLENHEIM

PGG Wrightson is one of New Zealand’s leading nationwide providers of products and services to the rural sector. We are helping grow the country through our knowledge, service and expertise. An exciting opportunity has arisen for an enthusiastic Customer Service Representative to join our busy team in our Fruitfed/Rural Supplies store in Blenheim. About the role: This is a full time in-store role where you will provide top-quality technical sales advice and service to a range of both horticultural and agricultural clients. As a Customer Service Representative, you’ll also be involved in the day-to-day administration and effective operation of the store such as assisting with stock management and display, sales processing and deliveries. You’ll have a keen interest and passion for the local horticultural and agricultural sector,and your ability to relate well to both colleagues and clients will set you up for a long and successful career within our organisation. Duties & Responsibilities: • Identify customer needs and recommend appropriate products and services • Process sales and product requests • Assist customers, colleagues and suppliers to answer queries and resolve problems • Assist the Store Manager with regular administrative tasks • Order, unpack and display merchandise according to company guidelines. Skills & Experience: • Proven computer and administration skills • Excellent oral and written communication skills • New Zealand rural sector knowledge and experience is preferred • Previous retail and/or sales experience is an advantage • Good physical fitness as heavy lifting is required • A full, current and clean New Zealand driver licence is essential. We are committed to growing our employees and we develop leadership and technical expertise at all levels of our company. We provide extensive in house sales and technical training and offer a number of benefits including retail buying privileges.

Apply today: applications@pggwrightson.co.nz • Email your CV and covering letter by Sunday, 11 October 2015. • To discuss this opportunity further, please contact Pauline Pottinger, Tasman Stores Manager on 027 477 4172.

Registered Nurse required for independent Audiology Company, to perform Ear Wax removal by suction. • Previous experience not necessary, as complete training in ear wax removal will be available to the successful candidate • Position is Part Time - hours negotiable • Be rewarded by a competitive hourly rate • We are looking for someone who can become a valuable member of our team and offer our patients great service • Blenheim’s only NZ owned audiology clinic If this sounds like the opportunity you have been looking for, please forward your CV to claire@houseofhearing.co.nz Applications close Wednesday 21st October 2015. Please note: All applicants must be legally entitled to work in New Zealand with a current annual practicing certificate.

Look locally in Marlborough’s truly local newspaper.

Te Kōhanga Reo o Te Kahurangi Blenheim

Sales Professional Wanted We are looking for a professional sales person to sell advertising space, to join our busy team. Full or part time.

Kaiako Vacancy The person we are looking for must have these following attributes,

 Fluent in Te Reo Māori me ona tikanga.  Passionate about working with tamariki aged from 0-5 yrs.  Competent Team Leader for kaimahi & whanau  Be energetic, motivated and able to work as part of a team or independently when required.  Can think on your feet.  Excellent communication skills.  Excellent planning and organisation skills.  Excellent time management skills. To apply please send in your current CV to

You will have a proven record in sales and building client relationships. The person we want to employ must be a real ‘people person’, hungry for success and career minded, professional, hard working and self motivated. You will join our passionate local team, working on the region’s only locally owned and operated newspaper that is published twice weekly. Email your CV and covering letter to: les@blenheimsun.co.nz

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(40 hours per week full time) We need an energetic and enthusiastic administrator to join our office, supporting our sitebased team of 20 staff. You’ll work alongside our estimating, project and site management teams as they tender and manage contracts, so the ability to work autonomously is essential. This role is pivotal in ensuring the efficient, smooth running of our Blenheim operation, encompassing general and varied administration tasks with a key focus on financial/accounts administration. SCM systems training will be provided, but candidates with proven ability in the core functions will have a distinct advantage. If you are interested in joining our team, please email through your curriculum vitae to info@scottconstruction.co.nz and let us know what attracts you to this role. Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.

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Kim Ruri Kaupapa Kaimahi Te Tauihu o te waka a Maui Te Wai Pounamu 0276878958. Email : kim@kohanga.ac.nz

Applications to be in by October 10th 2015.

Deliverers Wanted We are currently taking names for permanent and relief deliverers in all areas Are you a hard worker and looking for a small job? Do you have parental or caregivers support? If this sounds like you, please discuss with your parent or caregiver and give us a call.

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Black Sticks bounce back in Blenheim By Jacob Page After being out-classed in game one the New Zealand Black Sticks women’s hockey team bounced back in commanding fashion to win the second game in the double header at Blenheim. After a 1-2 loss in the opening game of the South Island Tour the Black Sticks got the result they wanted on Sunday thanks to goals from Kirsten Pearce, Gemma Flynn and Olivia Merry. It wasn’t all plain sailing though for the hosts as goals from Maria Granatto and then Noel Barrionuevo’s erased the early 1-0 advantage they had earned. Two penalty corner goals in the second half, including the match-winner four minutes from the final whistle saw them level

the series. It was a much improved performance from the home team than their opening day effort. Argentina looked to have superior time on the ball and stick control in the first encounter and were good value for their win. The Black Sticks largely relied on counter-attack opportunities but a flashy goal from Shiloh Gloyn set up a grandstand finish in the final four minutes. The goal did illustrate what the Black Sticks were capable of and what they were able to produce in game two the following day. The two teams now travel to Nelson where they face each other Black Sticks defender Sam Charlton looks to move the ball to space during again at 5pm tonight. There final clash is in Christch- game one against Argentina in Blenheim on Saturday. Argentina won the first match 2-1 before New Zealand took the second game on Sunday 3-2. urch at 6pm on Friday.

Scott dominates Jump Show Sophie Scott’s visit to the Mainland has proved a huge success with the Wellington teenager dominating the field at Pony Grand Prix at the Prydes EasiFeeds Marlborough Spring Jumping Show in Blenheim. Scott waltzed away with the quinella, taking the honours on her pony, Benrose Playtime, with a super clear round despite just a single time fault, and for good measure also finished second on Waiotahi Belle on eight faults, well clear of third placed Annabel Francis (Ohoka) on Kaimai Rug. Scott also finished runner-up in the Junior Rider on Kiwi Chocolate, which

was won by Jamiee Bird on Wenrose Vertigo on four faults. Bird’s win was the second big win for the Bird family over the weekend after older sister Kimberley won the Canterbury Equestrian Young Rider series class aboard Ngahiwi Summer.

RIGHT: Laila Balzer clears a red brick show jumping fence during the Marlborough Spring Jumping Show in Blenheim. The next event for the club is the Marlborough Show Jumping competition on January 9 and 10. Photo courtesy watsonequinephotography. com

enth position overall, the New Zealanders leapfrogged two positions up the leader-board on the rally’s penultimate stage. Their time for the 41.46 km twisting and turning tarmac test equalled that of rally winner Jari-Matti Latvala and was just 3.7 sec off their Hyundai Motorsport team-mate Dani Sordo who won the stage.

It was Paddon and Kennard’s debut on the iconic asphalt rally, plus extreme weather conditions on Thursday night meant the cancellation of Friday’s special stage two and its repeat run as stage four on Saturday – significant on a rally with only nine scheduled stages compared to the usual 19 or 20 special stages. Paddon’s top five result has

Sport inbrief

Tasman development pipped The Tasman Development rugby team were beaten 36-33 by Wellington Development on Sunday afternoon in Picton. Despite playing well into a strong wind in the second half, the hosts were unable to claw back an eight point halftime deficit.

Softball returns

Senior men’s softball began at Lansdowne Park on Saturday after it’s shift from A&P Park after last season. Central Men beat Saints Rams 5-4 and Saints Rams beat Saints Aces 7-0.

Cricketers get time in middle The Marlborough cricket team split their warm-up matches with Wellington club-side Johnsonville at Horton Park over the weekend. Marlborough won by three wickets with two balls to spare in the 50-over clash on Saturday but Johnsonville eased to a sevenwicket victory in the 40-over match on Sunday.

Footballers impress

Kennard helps navigate turning rally By Jacob Page Kiwi rally duo Hayden Paddon and Blenheim’s John Kennard have secured their fifth top-five finish in a World Rally Championship event this year after a late surge at Rally Corsica. Starting the final day of the French WRC event dubbed ‘rally of 10,000 corners’ on the island of Corsica in sev-

moved him into eighth place on the WRC drivers’ championship points table. Paddon and Kennard head to Spain to test their Hyundai i20 WRC car with the team and then compete in an Italian tarmac event, Rally Legend, the following weekend, before the October 23 to 25 running of Rally Spain.

Only an inferior goal difference cost the Marlborough 16th grade football team victory in their South Island tournament at Timaru’s Sir Basil Arthur Park. They f inished the league competition equal top with Canterbury Reds on 13 points but Canterbury’s better goal difference saw them earn the crown.

Makos lose again A home playoff looks a long way away for the Tasman Makos after their third straight defeat in the ITM Cup Premiership on Saturday. The Makos lost 41-25 to tabletopping Canterbury in Nelson.

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