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Drivers save crash victim

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The first person on the scene of last week’s dramatic car crash near Mapua is praising the actions of everyone who helped out, including a man who probably saved the life of one of the drivers. Nelson’s Vincent Dickie and his partner Pania were driving on the Ruby Bay By-

Pass near the turn-off to Mapua at around 5pm on Thursday when two cars collided directly in front of their car. Vincent says one of the cars involved in the crash flipped and caught fire but fortunately a passerby had a fire extinguisher and raced over and put the fire out. “The accident took place in what seemed like slow motion,” Vincent says. “The two

cars collided and one car flipped onto its bonnet, went high in the air and rolled and bounced over the guard rail, losing a wheel and pieces flying everywhere. “It landed upside down with the underneath of the engine on fire not far from us. It was surreal as we worked out what to do on a busy highway at 5pm. “First thing to do was try find a fire extin-

guisher from passing vehicles. Fortunately, someone had one and a guy got the fire out - who knows what would have happened if he hadn’t.” Vincent says the man’s actions were a life saver and soon there were about 20 people on the scene helping out.


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“Yes, of course. It’s competition. I think it’s always good anyhow, it was before when we had them here, then we lost them and the airfares got quite expensive again.”

“Yeah, it’s good to have competition.”

“I think so, yeah, a bit of competition will be good, as long as they’re not late like they normally are on the TV.”

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Emergency services attend the crash on the Ruby Bay By-Pass near the Mapua turn-off last Thursday.

Crash victim lucky to live FROM PAGE 1 “We had to carefully flip the car to free the young guy who was trapped. We secured the car with a tow rope onto the guard rail and waited for emergency services to arrive. The young guy had a broken leg and I don’t know what else in-

ternally, but he was conscious and I was amazed he was still alive after what we saw. Airbags played an important part in saving him. “I spent a little time with the other crash victim, a lady in her early 60s, and all I can say is they are both lucky to be alive - she had airbags too.

Vincent says he is “blown away by the good people who put their lives at risk to put out the fire and flip the car back. He also says it’s a “great idea to have airbags and a fire extinguisher on board your vehicle”. “Thank goodness for emergency services and the rescue helicopter.”

The $9 fares might be a gimmick, but Jetstar says its cheap fares are here to stay. Jetstar announced on Monday that Nelson was one of four regional centres that it would be flying to as part of an expansion of regional routes. Jetstar says a flight to Auckland will cost $49 one way and to fly to Wellington will cost just $45. Head of Jetstar New Zealand, Grant Kerr, says he was smiling “ear to ear” after the announcement at Wellington airport, and he told Waimea Weekly that it will be great news for Nelson. “We know we can grow the region from the tourism perspective and get more Nelsonians flying. We’re here for the long haul and we’re excited.” Jetstar is the third airline to

confirm it will start flying to Nelson this year, but unlike Kiwi Regional Airlines and Originair, it will compete directly against existing carrier Air New Zealand. Jetstar says it will mean much lower prices for Nelson air travellers. Nelson MP Nick Smith says the announcement is an “exciting step in our region’s future.” Tasman district councillor and Nelson Airport director, Judene Edgar says Jetstar’s decision is good news for regional businesses, residents and visitors. “Jetstar has recognised that there is a lot of capacity for growth within the Nelson-Tasman market and the competition that they help bring is really good news,” she says. Jetstar will start flying from Nelson to Auckland on December 1 this year, it will fly


the route 27 times a week. The Nelson to Wellington service will start on February 1 and will see 21 flights between the two cities each week. Nelson is the only centre that has two destinations as part of the announcement. Editor’s note: Waimea Weekly has long-backed Jetstar’s entry into the market in Nelson. We feel this is one the most significant events in Nelson for several decades. For businesspeople, those travelling to family events and, of course, people going on holiday, this news will be a welcome relief. It will also open up our region to more visitors, which is fantastic for our economy. We at the Weekly are proud to have played a role in voicing the concerns of Nelson air travellers and encouraging Jetstar into our skies.


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NBA star inspires: New Zealand’s basketball sensation Steven Adams was in Nelson last week, hoping to inspire the next generation of top basketballers. The Oklahoma City Thunder basketballer shot to fame after starring in the world’s toughest basketball competition, the NBA, was in town to host a New Zealand Academy camp with his mentor and former NBL player Kenny McFadden.

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Parents centre, Wednesday, August 5: After putting the call out through the Waimea Weekly for more volunteers, treasurer of the Nelson Parents Centre, Michelle Hunt, says the institute has received a great response. Already eight volunteers have put their names forward to join the centre which has been a huge support for many new parents over the years. Volunteers are always welcome though so anyone interested in being part of the Nelson Parents Centre can email Michelle at treasurer.

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The Top of the South’s top building apprentice, Shaun Campbell, reckons he has learned from the best in the business. But then he would say that because Shaun, who was named the Upper South Island Region’s Registered Master Builders Carters Apprentice of the Year in Nelson on Saturday, works for his father Russell. Shaun, aged 20, trained through Building and Construction Industry Training Organisation and works for his father’s home building company Inhaus Developments. “I’ve always enjoyed helping dad out so I suppose being a builder was meant to be,” Shaun says. “I picked up my first plastic toy hammer when I was two or three and have been building things ever since.” However, both Russell and Shaun admit that being boss and worker as well as father and son “has had its moments” “It can be testing, but we usually work really well together,” Russell says. “Shaun is a good builder and shows a lot of attention to detail he’s also very good with our clients.” Shaun, who attended Garin College, agrees that building a good relationship with clients is almost as important as building a good house. “Over the past year I have had to develop my communication skills to deal with both clients and subcontractors. The thing I love the most about building is seeing the smile on a client’s face after finishing a project to a high standard.” The judges rated Shaun highly for his competence in his knowledge of the industry, and in the way he managed his project submission. Shaun’s attention to detail that showed through in the project and his willingness to always look at ways of improving the way he

does things were also commended. Shaun was awarded a range of products and tools, $2000 to spend at Carters, and a spot at an Outward Bound Course. Second place was awarded to Zac Forbes, 26, from Nelson and employed by Craig Finnie Building. Shaun will now compete against the winners from the other nine regions at the national competition in Auckland, on October 8-9.


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CHARITY RIDE: Murray McCaskey is promoting a charity ride through the Rainbow Station next year. Photo: Simon Bloomberg.

Ride the Rainbow and help raise money for charity The Bible Society’s Richmond Action Group is promoting the fifth edition of its Ride the Rainbow charity mountainbike ride from St Arnaud to Hanmer Springs. One of the organisers, Murray McCaskey says about 50 riders completed the 106km journey the last time it was held in 2014, raising $10,000. Murray says the group uses the funds for distributing bibles to a variety of organisations including hospices and prisons throughout New Zealand and the world.

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Fly fishing’s most celebrated annual event, the RISE Fly Fishing Film Festival, is heading to Nelson this month. The travelling spectacle serves as a stage for the best filmmakers in the fly fishing industry and allows the fishing community to share their passion for the sport by attending film screenings across the country. In its tenth year, RISE is celebrating a decade of bringing the best fishing entertainment to cinemas around the world. Kiwi audiences can look forward to stunning footage from Iceland, Australia, New Zealand and the USA, presented in high-definition on the big screen. Gin-Clear Media’s Backcountry – ‘South Island,’ is the feature film of the festival. The South Island has vast tracts of some of the most intact, undisturbed natural areas left on our planet— these last truly wild places deliver beauty and isolation in spades, but it is the allure of giant trout in crystal clear water that draws anglers from around the globe to this treasured land. For many, RISE Fly Fishing Film Festival has become so much more than just going to the paintfish-fests | wallpaper | curtains cinema. These annual have become| ablinds true celebration of fly fishing, it’s an excuse to get together with friends and reminisce about the past season, as well as look forward to the season to come. The film will play at State Cinema on Monday, September 7, from 8.30pm. Tickets are available from State Cinema. Nelson Weekly has two double passes to give away to the film. To win, simply email editorial@ with your name and a contact phone number and you’ll be in the draw.


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Anchor Shipping and Foundry Company was the biggest employer in Nelson. In those days, many young Nelson men went to sea to earn their living, serving in the scows, colliers and other coastal ships which carried goods between ports around New Zealand, or in larger foreign-going vessels, says Merchant Navy Association Nelson secretary Ben Gibbs. “Merchant seamen from Nelson also played a crucial part in both world wars. At the outbreak of the second world war the Royal Navy was in desperate need of auxiliary ships and of experienced seamen to operate them.” Merchant ships were often requisitioned

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Thanks for honesty: I would like to thank Murray Dowie for his honesty recently. He accidentally knocked the wing mirror off our car as our street is narrow with lots of cars parked on the road. He left his business card on the windscreen and said he’d pay for the repair – which he did! Murray, your honesty was much appreciated. Linda McCutcheon. Supporting new airlines: Supporting the new airlines coming to Nelson is not just about Air New Zealand slashing the fares to the main centres of Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch because of the competition. It's more about giving us direct access to other regional airports without having to go through Wellington or Christchurch. The new airlines will potentially give us access to fly direct to places like Palmerston North, Hamilton (both ex Air New Zealand routes) and Dunedin, while adding more competition to the main centres. Bring it on!!! Rosie Grant. The business of dying. Through your newspapers I would like to thank Val and Laurie Anisy from Anisy’s funeral home in Cambridge St Richmond. Recently my companion of 15 years died and I had to take care of the funeral arrangements. At first I contacted another funeral directors but I have to say that when it became obvious to them I did not have very much money I felt as though they couldn’t get rid of me quick enough and frankly were just not interested. Maybe

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I am naive but I really struggled with that. I just assumed that there was a funeral package to suit all incomes. My last desperate call was to Val at Anisys Funeral home in Richmond opposite the town hall. I was pretty much a mess by the time I got to her, I was genuinely starting to panic. She put on the jug, got out the biscuits and sat down with me. When I explained I had very little money she still treated me with dignity and respect. Even Laurie Anisy popped out to Bunning’s that night to get a toolbox (my partner was a mechanic) to put the ashes in a bit later, he came back and made a name plate to pop on the side. This was all unasked for and I’m sure at very little profit to him. But this gesture meant the world to me and it only cost me $40 as opposed to the $1100 for a wooden ashes box I was previously quoted by the “flash” undertakers. Even taking the body to the crematorium was made easier by the support this couple gave me. Val and Laurie, thank you for your genuine caring of me in my time of need and thank you for helping me give Jamie the send off he would have liked. I want others to know that you don’t have to get whacked with bills of thousands of dollars to have a decent, loving and professional funeral. Thanks also to the staff at Winz. I appreciate your help. L Boreham. Renters lucky to escape fire: Why dry your clothes over the fire? [You're] asking for trouble. Brian Gower.

Man arrested for Richmond rape: Well done, Nelson Police. Jill Stanger. Name and shame required, I think. Good job, Nelson Police. Now let's hope karma does its thing. Janelle Thorpe. Sickness hits local schools: Dunno about the flu, but my daughter and some of her friends got it bad. Body aches, high temps, coughing, snotty, it's been a shocker. I've never seen her so sick. Angela Hellewell. Football president retires: Well done Stu Reid, you deserve a much needed break, you can now sit back and relax. Louise Freeman. You are a true champion my friend, the club is in a much better place due to all the hard work you have put in over the nine year period, Blair and Jessie would be very proud of you! Your life membership is fully deserved and I look forward to sharing a few quiet ones and more than likely a few loud ones with you on the deck. Your leadership will be sorely missed. Russell Blowers. To have your say on any local issue, or any article featured in Waimea Weekly, send us an email to You can also follow us on social media. We're on Facebook and Twitter and don't forget to visit our breaking news website,

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Michael McQuillan with children from Komave School on the Coral Coast in Fiji after handing over school stationary supplies to the school.

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Village schools and kindergartens on Fiji’s Coral Coast received a special delivery late last month when Richmond’s Mike McQuillan handed over school stationary donated by four Nelson businesses. Mike has been holidaying in Fiji “two or three times a year” since travelling there with his daughter Aleisha four years ago. He has enjoyed the Fijian’s hospitality so much that he decided to give something back when he returned to there for

his latest winter break. So, with generous donations from Donaldson Civil, Discover Motorhomes, Thompson Daly Accountants, Richmond Cars and Commercials and Warehouse Stationary, he purchased about $1000 worth of stationary to take to schools on the Coral Coast. “I went over there the first time and fell in love with the place,” Mike says. “So this time I wanted to give something back to the people over there. “I’m a self-employed contractor so I approached all the

companies I deal with and they made donations to buy the stationary. When I went to Warehouse Stationary to get the books they said straight away they’d give me 50 per cent off. “Everyone was so generous. All I had to do was pay for three extra suitcases and deliver the books.” Mike says the reaction of the children when he handed over the stationary was “absolutely priceless”. “You should have seen the expressions on their faces - they just lit up. That’s why I can’t wait to do it again.”



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Ph 544 2898 The Appleby School Country Fair is famous for its fun, country atmosphere and is the perfect way to welcome in spring. Despite the size and popularity of the fair, it maintains a community feel with lots of friendly faces to make your day special. Organisers say the fair’s success can be attributed to a winning formula of popular stalls, top-quality items and small adjustments made each year so as to continually improve the experience for all. This year offers no end of activities, food, entertainment and bargains, so make sure you don’t miss out on anything. This year’s Appleby School Country Fair will be held on Saturday, September 5, from 11am until 2pm, and don’t even think about staying home if the weather isn’t looking too flash, get your umbrella out because

school fair fun will go ahead rain or shine. There’s plenty of parking too, and traffic management will be on hand to make sure everything runs smoothly. Once again an exceptional job is being done behind the scenes to prepare for the day, which is a highly anticipated event for those near and far. Children will be able to enjoy all their favourites including smashing crockery, bouncy castles, face painting, the petting zoo, pony rides and cookie decorating, plus, the new and exciting laser tag. On stage local band Boogie Train will be treating fairgoers to their take on rock and blues classics, ex-pupil Kieran O’Connor will also be performing, along with an array of musical and dance performances from the talented students of Appleby School. As you take to a hay b a l e a n d

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Left: Chloe Edwards taking part in one of the kid’s competitions. Above: Ava Knowles showing off her painted face. Right: A great family day out for Tabitha, Martina and Gideon Kidd. produce from generous local suppliers, most of which will be freshly picked on the morning, plus a range of nuts, free range eggs, homemade jams, chutneys, lemon honey and some mouth-watering baking will all be for sale. The White Elephant will sell a plethora of furniture, books, clothing, toys and other preloved homeware. All entries are welcome into the fair’s baking competition with children making truffles, parents entering their best cake or slice and Nana or Pop baking off for the grandparents’ trophy. Entries must

be dropped off at the school library early on Friday, September 4, and will be judged by a team of sweet-tooths including former All Black Chris Jack. Of course the Silent Auction will be in full swing on Saturday 5. The popular event sees top-quality items and vouchers donated, valued from $10 to more than $1000. It’ll be a good idea to keep Dad in mind while wandering the silent auction hall as it’s Father’s Day the following day. Some of the auction items include a retro swivel chair from Lynfords Furniture, a

bathroom vanity from Edward Gibbon, a six hour Farewell Spit tour, a vasectomy voucher, an autographed copy of Maurice Gee’s biography and a two day deer hunting trip in Karamea! The Silent Auction will also include a huge range of restaurant and café vouchers from around the region, as well as children’s toys, sports equipment, kitchenware, tools, health and beauty items and art from artists around the country. A catalogue detailing all auction items is available and can be found on the school’s website, on the

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fair’s Facebook page at ‘Appleby School Country Fair’, or by contacting the school office on 544 2898. The Facebook page includes all the details you need to know about the fair so be sure to ‘like’ the page in order to stay updated. With so much on offer at this year’s Appleby School Country Fair, and all the funds raised going directly to school projects and learning resources, you’d be crazy to miss it. Students, staff and fair volunteers look forward to seeing you on Saturday, September 5, from 11am until 2pm.


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Everybody enjoys being out on the water in the summertime, whether its catching a few fish, waterskiing or heading off down the sounds for the weekend, but there a few safety tips you should follow. Here are the top 10 tips for a safe summer on the water: 1. Wear a lifejacket. 2. Carry two forms of communication. 3. Check the weather forecasts, tides and swell. 4. Let someone know where you’re going and when you’ll be back. 5. Carry enough fuel for your trip and some in reserve. 6. Take safety equipment, including a first aid kit, spare rope, a second form of propulsion, and a bailer. 7. Switch on navigation lights from dusk ‘til dawn. 8. Have an observer when towing – it takes three to ski. 9. Keep to 5 knots (9 kph or a fast walking pace) within 50 metres of another vessel or swimmer and 200 metres off the shore. 10. Make sure the bung is in before you launch.

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Get the best experience when you’re out on the water with quality upholstery and covers for your boat. Mortimer Upholstery and Marine Covers are an innovative team who use their “outside the box” thinking to achieve complete customer satisfaction for a huge range of upholstery and protection solutions – inside and outside the boat. Mortimers manufacture everything from fully-enclosed canvas canopies and fold-away or removable canopies, they can perform restorations and upgrades on classic vessels, offer re-upholstering/piping to refresh the interior, road covers for towing, spare wheel covers, repairs and anything custom you might need. Everything they produce is hard-wearing, great-looking and can withstand the harsh salt, ultra violet and marine environments, plus, the team is proud to offer quality workmanship and a commitment to finding solutions for any upholstery or marine cover requirement. Visit Mortimers in their new workshop at 44 Beach Road, Richmond or give them a call today on 544 6352. Havelock Slipway offers a full range of vessel maintenance, alterations and repairs. With a competent and professional work force, any project undertaken is performed with pride and quality workmanship, which has earned them good support from customers. Havelock Slipway has extended its facilities to incorporate a new slipway and fifth cradle. With hull-friendly material on the cradle arms and two 100 tonne capacity cradles, the slipway is ready to take on any project. They make it easy for their customers in Nelson too, with visits to quote prices and they can even organise for the vessel to be steamed to Havelock by a competent skipper, however, these services are only available for major work. For re-paints, re-fits and cabin or structural alterations, Havelock Slipway has you covered. Give them a call on 03 574 2476 for anything from annual servicing of antifoul and anodes to light engineering, sandblasting, vessel motor servicing and stainless steel fabrication. Stihl Shop Richmond are the new faces of quality boat and marine servicing. In October 2014, the new venture was launched after customers made it known to manager Grant Blanchett that they wanted someone local to provide topnotch workmanship on their boats. Factory-trained Yamaha and Mercury-qualified technician Cameron Williams is in charge of the operation, and as well

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Fluid Electronics is here to enhance your boating experience. We offer professional services and quality products for safety and efficiency on the water. We have well over 20 years of experience and can install a wide range of electronics onto yachts and recreational boats. Fluid stocks a hand-picked range of products that we know and trust, and that will If you’re planning a trip out take your fishing to the next on the water, a stop off at level. BP is definitely worth your Our products offer a while. Not only do they pride number of features on themselves on having a friendly board including navigation, and efficient service, your BP engine monitoring, built-in station has everything you need GPS, communications, and to make a day out fishing or depth and fish-finding sonar boating all the more enjoyable. technology. Safety is also vital Apart from filling up the car when you’re at sea, so when and boat, BP has every kind of you’re off the grid and in need bait a fisherman could ask for, of assistance the InReach SE plus salt ice to keep your catch allows you to communicate fresh. Their great new range of Cameron and Grant from Stihl Shop Marine Division are with home, or in an emergency bakery goods and coffee will available to help you with any questions you may have. you can trigger an SOS and keep you going throughout the have a text conversation with day and their line of grocery items will ensure you’re more the search and rescue team until help arrives. than well equipped. If you’re after an early start, you’ll find Talk to us at Fluid Electronics today about our services and their doors open from 5.00 am on weekdays and from 6.00 am products and make the most of the marine environment this in the weekends. You can also use your AA Smartfuel card to summer.

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FLY FISHING: Nelson Trout Fishing Club's, from left, Maree Peterson, Fred Frahm, Ray Day and Brian Richards will be helping out at the club's fly casting clinic at Garin College this Sunday. People are encouraged to come along to the free clinic and begin to learn the art of fly fishing from the best. Photo: Simon Bloomberg.

Simon Bloomberg Anyone who is interested in finding out how to fly fish can take the first steps to learning the art at the Nelson Trout Fishing Club's free fly casting clinic at Garin College this Sunday. But the club's first female president, Maree Peterson, warns it won't be easy. Fly fishing is much harder than the more popular spin-fishing and Maree says it can take years to master the skill. "It's not easy," Maree, who has been fly fishing for just three years, says. "You lose a lot of flies and get a lot of tangles before you get it right." And as club member Ray Day explains, it can be hazardous as well as challenging. "The first time I went fly fishing I went out with an expert and caught my first fish straight away. I thought then that it was easy, but it wasn't - it took me another five years to catch my next one. "But I did catch the trees behind and I even caught my own ear. It's not easy at the start." However, all the club members agree that the benefits of learning to fly fish are worth all the effort because it opens up a whole new world of angling. Fred Frahm says there's nothing better than walking alongside a river and seeing a trout rising to the surface to feed, and then casting a fly to it and catching it. "Fly fishing isn't easy to learn and it has some limitations, but it's also a lot of fun. It's a different type of fishing altogether," Fred says. Anyone is welcome to attend the fly casting clinic that will be held on the back sports field at Garin from 9am to midday on Sunday. The clinic is free and all rods and equipment will be supplied. For more information on the clinic and the Nelson Trout Club email Maree at maree@ellisauto.




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Waimea College wins under-16 competition The Waimea College under-16 rugby team won their final against Renwick 44-5 at Waimea College on Saturday. The weather was kind enough for a great game of rugby. Renwick came out fired up and it was looking like a real nailbiter with Waimea’s brilliant defence holding out Renwick phase after phase, at times pushing them back with commitment that has been absolutely outstanding in the later half of their season After a 12 game round-robin format, Waimea secured their home semi-final by winning 11 of their 12 outings. Waimea accumulated a massive 56 out of a possible 60 points for the season to get a home semi against Blenheim’s Harlequins. Waimea won 37-0 and then watched as Renwick managed to out play Stoke for a place in the final. “The season has been difficult at times,” said Waimea manager Tony Terrell. “We’ve had numerous injuries to key players and therefore fielded a lot of games with only one or two reserves and a number of players out of position at times. “But the boys have dug deep and my hat goes off to coaches Glen Thompson and Glenn

The Waimea College Under-16 rugby team after winning the competition on Saturday.

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speak for themselves don’t they.” “They have created a well disciplined team that’s proved resilient through the tough games. And they’ve just stood up and beaten the challenges through absolutely outstanding defence and really worked as a team throughout the season made successful by their attendance to some inspirational training sessions” The final whistle blew and Waimea celebrated a 44-5 win over Renwick who were a well deserved runner-up for the season. Tries came from Braydon Harvie, Jake Goeddert, Nick Terrell, Josh Kelly (2), Shylo Kouka (2). Justin Barr kicked three conversions and a penalty.

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Netball season down to semi-finals Carol Cook

It is now down to the “nitty gritty" part of the Nelson Netball season as teams prepare for semi-finals. All grades, including the elite grade, will play on Saturday at Saxton Stadium. In the Premier grade, Jacks OPD, Richmond Glass, Prices Pharmacy A and Stoke NBS looked to be top four contenders, however a serious challenge came from promoted Suburban Russell Curtains. Stoke did not cement their semi-final berth until after they had accounted for Prices Black last Thursday. While Suburban could be disappointed at missing a semi spot, they should consider their debut season in Premier to be a successful one. The top two seeds, Jacks OPD and Richmond Glass, will meet at 4:45pm with the winner going straight through to next week’s final, while the loser will

meet the winner of Prices A and Stoke NBS who play at 3:30pm. Prices have bragging rights over Stoke as they have been the victors on both occasions by a six goal margin. Prices have the better record, winning the first 12 games of the competition, however they have stumbled in the last two games when they have gone down to Richmond and Jacks. Coach Mandy Whiting hopes to have a full roster on Saturday with only Christta Burrows in doubt with illness. Prices defensive end has been increased with the inclusion of Rebecca Watene from Prices Black. With the new 5.3 rule, players must have played three games for a team before they can take the court for a semi or final. Prices were not happy with their performance against Richmond, when they were guilty of wrong options on attack and they did not capitalize on turn-

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overs gained. However, they can take heart from their first half against Jacks last week. Coach Whiting believes their strength is as a unit and her charges will enter the game on a positive note. Stoke NBS coach Abbie Cook is hoping her team can “put it out there on the day,” despite the fact that six of the roster will contest the Motueka Grade 1 final in the morning. Stoke have displayed “patches of form” with “patches of a team” in recent weeks due to player availability, injury and sickness. While Abbie admits her girls only squeaked into fourth place, she believes Prices are not unbeatable. The Thomson sisters, Megan and Jaunita, have had sterling seasons, with Megan anchoring the offensive end and returning impressive statistics while Jaunita has been handy at the other end of the court. While Richmond will be put-

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Shanee Anderson, left, and Olivia Wilbourne finish Sunday's orienteering race held at Nelson College. Photo: Simon Bloomberg. day. Although Gordon says there are some "good operators" like Dan Busch and Dan Moore in the sixhour race, the event is suitable for a wide range of ages and abilities. "The three-hour race especially is aimed at families and less experienced people. That's what the three-hour is all about." Many of the teams that have entered the Wily Weka were out practising their map reading skills in the club's orienteering event held at Nelson College on Sunday. Brent Edwards won the orange course event ahead of Sally Lattimore, with Gilbert Robertson third. The Wily Weka starts at Saxton Pavilion at 9am this Sunday. To enter, go to the Nelson Orienteering Club's website

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Hundreds of outdoor adventurers will be roaming the hills and streets around Richmond and Stoke this Sunday, searching high and low for an elusive Wily Weka. The Nelson Orienteering Club is holding its second Wily Weka Challenge rogaine which will feature teams of two to five people racing for either three or six hours to find controls that have been marked on a map. Controls are allocated points depending on their difficulty and the team with the most points wins - teams returning after the cut-off time lose points for every minute they are late. Race planner Gordon Sloane says there are 75 controls on this year's map and it's "highly unlikely" any teams will collect maximum points. However, Gordon says there's an added incentive this year with a prize for the first team in the three and six-hour race to find a photo of a Wily Weka that will be located at one of the controls. "I defy anyone to get all the controls," Gordon says. "If they do, I'll shout them a beer. "The straight line distance between all the points is 56km and nobody's going to be able to average 10 kilometres an hour on the terrain. There will also be some curly ones and if you want to climb up high, you'll be able to. Gordon says the Wily Weka Challenge has so far attracted 85 teams and 230 competitors in either the three or six hour race. Entries have been kept open for the rest of the week but will not be taken on the

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Kina Reserve Caretaker Expressions of Interest are invited for a part-time caretaker at the Kina Reserve Campground. You will have to provide your own self-contained accommodation or live nearby. Further information is available from Beryl Wilkes on Ph. 03 543 8391 or Email: Expressions of Interest close on Tuesday 22 September 2015.

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At the request of the adjacent landowners, Tasman District Council is notifying its intention to stop a Service Lane which runs off Oxford Street in Richmond near the corner of Queen Street. The proposal to stop this Service Lane is being considered pursuant to Schedule 10 of the Local Government Act 1974. The road stopping application is being made by BP Oil New Zealand Limited, which owns land on both sides of the service lane. If the applicant is able to acquire the service lane, it will amalgamate it with adjoining land. If the road stopping is approved this will facilitate a more logical use of its land when the present site is upgraded. For further information please contact Robert Cant at Tasman District Council on Ph. 03 543 8400 or Email: Any objections to the proposed road stopping should be made in writing to the address below and must be received no later than 4.00 pm on Monday 14 September 2015. This is the second of the two notices required under the Local Government Act 1974.

Notice of Road Stopping At the request of the adjacent landowners, Tasman District Council is notifying its intention to stop a portion of un-named and unformed legal road which runs off Stringer Road in Redwood Valley. The proposal to stop this section of unformed road is being considered pursuant to Schedule 10 of the Local Government Act 1974. The land is shown as Section 1 on SO Plan 488508. The land area is approximately 7282 square metres. The road stopping application is being made by Tasman Limited, which owns all the land adjacent to the road to be stopped. If the applicant is able to acquire the land involved, it will amalgamate it with adjoining land. If the road stopping is approved this will facilitate what the applicant believes will be a more logical subdivision when that adjacent land is subdivided. The road proposed to be stopped is being replaced with Eban Road in a slightly different location. Plans of the proposed road stopping are available by emailling: Plans may also be viewed at the Richmond Office of Tasman District Council. Copies of plans, and this public notice, will also be available on the Council’s website. For further information please contact Robert Cant at Tasman District Council, Ph. 03 543 8400 or Email: Any objections to the proposed road stopping should be made in writing to the address below and must be received no later than 4.00 pm on Monday 28 September 2015. This is the first of the two notices required under the Local Government Act 1974.

Council Meetings Agendas and Minutes for Council Meetings can be viewed on Council’s website at Corporate Services Committee Tasman Council Chambers, 189 Queen Street, Richmond, Thursday 3 September 2015, 9.30 am. Public forum Tuesday 8 September 2015, 9.00 am Golden Bay Community Board Collingwood Fire Station, Elizabeth Street, Collingwood Public forum Full Council Tasman Council Chambers, 189 Queen Street, Richmond, Thursday 10 September 2015, 9.30 am. Public forum Motueka Community Board Motueka Office, 7 Hickmott Place, Motueka, Tuesday 15 September 2015, 4.00 pm. Public forum Audit Subcommittee Tasman Council Chambers, 189 Queen Street, Richmond, Wednesday 16 September 2015, 1.30 pm. No public forum Community Development Committee Tasman Council Chambers, 189 Queen Street, Richmond, Thursday 17 September 2015, 9.30 am. Public forum Community Grants Subcommittee Tasman Council Chambers, 189 Queen Street, Richmond, Thursday 17 September 2015, 1.30 pm or at conclusion of Community Development Committee. No public forum

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A partial review of the Abel Tasman Foreshore Scenic Reserve Management Plan (Foreshore Plan) is underway. The focus of the review is on four issues only: a) access to the reserve for kaitiaki responsibilities and non-commercial cultural activities; b) recreation concessions at Watering Cove and Observation Beach bays; c) provision of an additional Coastal Access Point at Tonga Quarry for a trial period; and d) drop off/retrieval of commercial hire equipment from the reserve. Any person or organisation may make written submissions, which must be received by 4.00 pm on Monday 12 October 2015. View the draft Foreshore Plan partial review document and submission form online at or Hard copies are available from Council Service Centres and public libraries in Richmond, Motueka and Takaka and from the Nelson public library. Submissions should be made online at: or emailed to: or posted to: Tasman District Council, Abel Tasman Foreshore Plan Partial Review, Private Bag 4, RICHMOND 7050.

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LEGO Show - Brightwater School Hall Sept 13 10am-4pm. $2 FREE Newcomers’ Workshop NZ Tax & Superannuation & Kiwisaver facilitated by Citizens Advice Bureau. Nelson Library. Tues, 15 Sept, 6pm. Join us for complimentary drinks and nibbles, Question & Answer session. NELSON TRAMPING CLUB invites you: September 7, Trip Leaders Party, 7.00pm The Stables Richmond. Free snacks. All welcome. Details www. Blokes in Sheds Tour Sunday 13 Sept ‘ 15. Major fundraiser for Life Education Trust Nelson/Tasman. Tickets $30 available from nelsontasman@lifeedtrust. . Buy a ticket and support the Trust. A.G.M First Years Richmond Inc. Tuesday 15 September 2015 7.00 pm in Centre Board Room. Agenda: Election of Officers. Confirmation of Budget. All welcome. Croquet Nelson Association. Summer Season Opening Day. Saturday 5th September. The Mayor, Rachael Reece, will

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Trades & Services

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Trades & Services



Computer Problems?

Technical Cleaning Solutions

• Commercial & Residential • Builders Cleans • Tenancy Changes • Pressure Cleaning • Carpets & Upholstery • Window Cleaning • Property Maintenance FREE PHONE

0508 832 425


AL FRESCO Garden & Property • Landscaping + Fencing • Pre-Sale Garden Tidy Up • Lawn Care & Mowing • Gardening • Hedges & Treework • Green Waste Removal • Section Clearing • Handyman Services • Chipping Greenwaste • Stump Grinding • Mowing Services for Large Sections Contact us today! Andrew & Wendy Neame

For the best service in town call or visit

548 0007

16 Halifax Street We do call outs and remote support too

Call a Geek – since 2005



ArcAdiA Sage Landscapes

the wise choice

The small team with all the skills

Planning Construction Planting Maintenance

Residential to Lifestyle Blocks


Call us today for a friendly no obligation quote

Phone Tony & Amber

P: 03 5530 306 M: 022 122 5013







Quick Quick Diggers

Streets Ahead Driving School

Weekend Special $59+gst per hour

• Curtain Making


Phone 021 270 6124

Includes driver & fuel

• Alterations to ready-made curtains/ nets

Nelson/Tasman 8.5 tonne machine 4 in 1 loading bucket

All Installation

• Roman Blinds

• Friendly & Patient • Defensive Driving Courses • Gift Vouchers available

Re-Stringing & Re-Lining

• Door to Door Service • Complete rental makeovers Brenda: 027 842 1780

Jason Smith owner/operator




020 4077 4722







Rotary Mowers Hand Mowers Fre Reel Mowers pick-uep & Chainsaws Drop off Line Trimmers Hedge Trimmers Garden Tool Sharpening CHRIS KELLY 6 Neale Ave, Stoke

0800 427 782

Gun & Barrel Works

Restoration of Antique and Service of Modern Firearms

• Plastering • Gib Fixing • Reskimming • Gib Cove • Gibstopping • Painting

Regas or New Struts

Manufacture of unavailable parts a speciality Specialised metal and woodworking skills Licenced Firearms Dealer

021 255 6163 / 544 0444

544 3977 0275 288 434

0274 071 328

4A Gladstone Road, 12 Cargill Place, Richmond

021 260 4480

Dr Dave Ward 021 277 3115 or 543 3777








allen & maree parsons

541 9637 027 351 6229 PAINTER


 Marine Paints  Automotive Paints  Industrial Paints  Car & Boat Care Products

36A Vickerman St, Nelson Phone: 546 6660 Email:

ROOF PAINTING? From Waterblasting to final coat 30 yrs experience Call Steve or Emmitt for a no obligation quote Nice PaiNtiNg comPaNy

027 230 0146

COMPETITIVE PRICING on commercial and residential joinery No job too big or small AVAILABLE NOW Contact Johnny on 021 226 1566 or on 03 548 3039.

Registered Trainer, Assessor & EPA Test Certifier


• Growsafe & Approved Handler Certification • Chainsaw • Tree Felling • Quad Bike • Tractor

For course dates see

Ph: 544 4062

Mob: 0274 574 775

Stoke LawnS lawnmowing weedeating gardening Atawhai to Wakefield and everywhere in between

FREE Quotes Call Simon



Lawn mowing One off/regular Hedges Clean ups Free quotes Winz/pensioner rates Servicing Nelson-Richmond A/h: 547 4839 M: 027 522 5223

Lawn mowing Garden bags Hedge trimming Section clean-ups Weedeating & spraying Landscaping Tree work Ride-on mowing Pensioner discount Security checked & fully insured

ADAM STANLEY Phone 03 541 8821

021 277 8456

property management property management

ProPerty ManageMent LtD

Specialising in small jobs and maintenance plumbing

• Renovations • Kitchens • Bathrooms 4 Coach Pl, Brightwater

0275 423 343 TRAINING

Work Place First Aid Courses August: Sept: Oct: Nov: Dec:

(offRichmond Beach Road)

021 223 3135


4, 18, 27, 28, 29 1, 15, 24, 25, 26 6, 22, 29, 30, 31 10, 19, 26, 27, 28 1, 10, 11, 12, 15

Ph 544 9180 Corporate Rates Available

Honest Reliable Master Master Honest Reliable Plumbers and Gasfitters Plumbers and Gasfitters Call us for the largest supply Since 1915 Since 1915


Professional Plumbing Services in Nelson, Richmond & Motueka

544 8059

of tenants in the region.

Small Small • Leaking taps & pipes For free rental appraisals Jobs Jobs • Kitchens & Welcome bathrooms Welcome Nelson 546 9290 Stoke 547 2476 • Solar Richmond 544 2900 • Drainage Kevin Harris Motueka 528 4001 Kevin Harris

Ph: 543 8090 Ph: 543 8090

1/750 Lower Queen St Richmond 7081 FRIDGES FREEZERS





or 03 544 1212

545 1000

A/H: 542 3343


Ph: 547 4038



Home kill service All cuts by qualified butcher Old style sausages All wild game processed Labelled & packed for freezer We guarantee your animal & all cuts back

INSECT MAGICSEAL SCREENS FORINSECT WINDOWS SCREENS SCREENS AND DOORS. FOR WINDOWS FOR WINDOWS Any Size, AND DOORS. AND DOORS. AnyColour Size, Any Any Colour Any Size, PHONE PHONE Any Colour 03 1398 03 545 545 1398 PHONE 104 466 0800 104466 03 545 1398 0800 104466 PAINTER


Wairoa home meat processors brightWater


Repairing whiteware from Richmond to Wakefield, and surrounding areas.


Ryan Elley

Whiteware repair specialist DISHWASHERS OVENS


For service call: 027 685 5777 or 541 8877


Propertyscouts is a family run local business providing Property Management. We will look after your property like it was our own. Craig & Kathy Kempton Ph: 027 411 2012

window cleaning

Marks Off

Window Cleaning


Call Ryan to fix:


• Rangehoods •TIM Cooktops & Ovens LLOYD Washers 79•TREETON PLACE & Dryers WAKEFIELD • Fridges & Freezers For service call: 027 685 5777 or 541 8877 • Waste disposals Servicing the Waimea • Dishwashers and Tasman region

• FRIDGES • FREEZERS • WASHERS • DRYERS Repairing whiteware • DISHWASHERS OVENS from Richmond to•Wakefield, and• surrounding areas. RANGEHOODS

027 685 5777 or 541 8877

window cleaning

Attention Private Landlords.

Ph Ryan 021 181 4546

Professional Window Cleaning Gutter Cleaning Oven Cleaning Walls, Bathrooms House Washing NEW ER

546 9968 021 650 5605



Window Cleaning • Home • Shop • Office

• Professional • Prompt • Reliable • Hassle


Free quotes Phone Pete

027 712 7215 For your pane solution

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