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Church fells tree despite local protests Teresa Hattan A mighty oak has fallen in Richmond, causing despair among some residents in Dorset St. Early on Saturday morning work began at the Holy Trinity Church to fell its 100 year-old oak tree to make way for a new hall, despite not having resource consent for it or even half the money it needs to start building. The tree was prominent at the entrance way to the church and its felling has angered many residents in the area, with flowers and letters being left on the base of the trunk over the weekend. One such poem left by an anonymous member of the public ended by stating, “This is the saddest sight in Richmond and those responsible should hang their heads in shame.” Dorset St resident Sue Gibson says she moved to the street in 1999 because of the old oak and she was sad to see it cut down.
She says the sound the oak made as it was felled was very final. “It was like the end of an era.” At least two local arborists refused to cut down the tree and a professional was called in from the West Coast to do the job. But the church says it needed the room and the tree was rotten anyway. The Reverend David Hollingsworth says over $300,000 has already been raised for its new centre. The total cost of the community centre is expected to be $1.2 million and the intention late last year was to commence building once $700,000 had been raised. David also says the tree wasn’t going to “fall down any time soon” but with the rot that was present it would’ve given way eventually. “It should have been cut down last year really. But with the delay the church has been able to reassess the situation. We came to a de-
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HUGE PUMPKIN: Tyler, 10, and his sister Anika McKay from Appleby with one of the giant pumpkins they will be entering into the Club Mapua pumpkin competition later this month. Photo: Teresa Hattan.
Huge pumpkins set to roll into Mapua Ordinary scales can’t be used to weigh these large orange fruit. The McKay family in Appleby have spent the last several months growing a couple of giant pumpkins. John and his son Tyler, 10, will be entering the Club Mapua pumpkin competition at the end of the month, but are keeping quiet about the things growing in their garden. However, they will say that five tonne of horse manure and lots of fish and seaweed has been used to encourage the pumpkins along. The pumpkin competition has been
held in Mapua for a number of years but has new organisers this year. Club Mapua, a newly formed not for profit organisation, has taken over the reigns this year. All of the funds raised at events run by Club Mapua will go back to the local community, although the pumpkin competition if the first money making venture for the group. Funds raised from the competition will be going to the Summit Rescue Helicopter. A range of categories and prizes will be up for grabs including children’s
best dressed and the ever-popular biggest pumpkin. Taking place on March 26 at the Mapua Tavern, organisers say the event has become rather popular. Entry into the competition is just $5 for the pumpkin plant, but those keen can enter on the day with their own pumpkin just need to pay the $5 entry fee. Weigh in is from 2pm to 4pm with a prize giving at 5pm. All are welcome to come in fancy dress, as there will be a few Cinderella’s floating around.
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The Holy Trinity Church in Richmond has cut down the old oak tree at the front of the parish. What do you think about the loss of old trees like this one?
“There would have had to be a pretty good reason to cut it down. If it was rotten then it could’ve been a risk to kids.”
“If it was dangerous and old it had to come down. I can understand why the church would do it but I can also understand why it would upset people.”
“I think these types of trees should stay, it sort of protects the place.”
“I didn’t think they would chop it down. I knew about the developments but nothing was said and then all of a sudden it was gone. It was quite a shock.”
NEWS IN BRIEF ARTWORK FUNDRAISER: The New Zealand Iran Friendship Association is running an evening for the public to learn more about Iran, with funds raised going to the Christchurch Earthquake Relief Fund. The exhibition of artwork by Hedieh Yousefi Fard will be held at the Tasman Library in Richmond next week. Tuesday’s exhibition is run from 12 noon to 4pm and Wednesday’s will be run from 5pm to 8pm. PLUNKET: Nelson Plunket has set up temporary drop in clinics to help with the demand from families escaping the fall out of the Christchurch earthquake. Kate Bolton says a lot of families are coming to Nelson and each Friday for the month of March Plunket will have a drop in clinic operating in Richmond to help with demand. The clinic is running from 10am to 12noon each Friday at the Plunket rooms in Oxford St. Families can call 0800 933 922 or can call Kate on 539-5206 for more information.
People person and principal rural fire officer killed in crash The Tasman district lost a “great guy” in a tragic accident on Friday. Brightwater’s Neil Eder was killed in a car crash at Maruia on Friday afternoon while travelling to a wedding. The principal rural fire officer was killed after his vehicle and a truck collided at Maruia, 66km southwest of Murchison. Tasman’s deputy mayor Tim King says Neil’s death will be a big loss to the community. “Neil was a great guy.” Tim says Neil’s roll as principal rural fire officer meant he was involved with a wide range of people. “But he was also well known in the wider community for his involvement in sport.” Being chairman of the rural fire force for several years, Tim says he worked quite closely with Neil during this time. Neil had been involved with the force for four years and before that was heavily involved in the forestry industry.
“The rural fire force has ryone who knew him. only been a small part of his “It was a bit of a shock life but he made a massive really, it makes us recontribution.” alise that anything can In recent weeks the Nationhappen, you don’t know al Rural Fire Society made what’s around the cora DVD about the roll of a ner.” principal rural fire officer. The head-on crash oc“It was based on Neil’s accurred just before 1pm tivity; it was basically a day on State Highway 65. in the life of Neil Eder.” Neil was the driver and Tim says it was great for sole occupant of his car Neil Eder. Neil to be recognised in this and died at the scene after way. “He was a leading person in the being cut from his vehicle. The driver rural fire industry.” of the truck was flown to Christchurch Controller of the Brightwater Rural Hospital with serious injuries after he Fire Force Mark Donaldson also says was thrown from his vehicle. Neil was a top bloke. “He was always The truck driver has since undergone really supportive of what we do. He surgery for broken bones. The highway was very dedicated to the cause and was closed for four hours while both was a very hard worker.” the damaged vehicles were removed. Mark said Neil was easy to get along Neil is survived by his wife and two with and will be sorely missed by eve- daughters.
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Church tree gets the chop FROM PAGE 1 cision that it was the best site for the building and removing the tree was what needed to be done.” Although the removal of the tree may have appeared to have been done quickly, David says it was not a “knee-jerk reaction”. After consultation with the Historic Places Trust the church looked at the needs of the community and church users. “This allowed us to establish the size and use of the building. It has been planned with flexibility and multiple uses in mind, and
to have the capacity to be a Civil Defence relief centre in the case of emergency,” says David. David says the decision to chop the oak tree down was not easy. “After much debate it was agreed that some of the trees might need to be felled, and an undertaking has been given that these trees would be replaced by plantings elsewhere on the site as the redevelopment takes place.” The decision to fell the oak tree was made two years ago as there were concerns about safety. “The expert who felled the tree for us offered his opinion that the tree was a major safety risk
as there was rot in the main trunk.” David says the current church hall has served the parish and the community for over 100 years. “Since the early 1990s the church members have been faced with the need for larger and better facilities to meet the needs of community and church users.” - Do you have an opinion about the felling of this old oak tree? Write a letter to the editor and your opinion could be published. Submit letters to email@example.com or drop something into us at 6 Salisbury Rd, Richmond.
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your project. “At the moment we are seeing an increase in the renovation and alteration market,” he says. Dunlea Building is able to recommend designers right through to the landscapers and all the trades in between for a successfully completed project. Brent takes pride in the work his company does and insists on using quality materials. Much of his business is repeat business from clients who have been pleased with past work the company has done for them. If you would like to talk to previous customers just ask him for a list of references. So whether you are in Nelson, Tasman or the Marlborough Sounds Brent and the team at Dunlea Building will be happy to assist with all your building requirements.
RED AND BLACK: Wakefield School student Lauren Martin, 5, Christchurch children Briana Neale, 8, and Alex Bentely, 5, and Wakefield’s Max Stackhouse, 9, along with the rest of the school, dressed in red and black on Friday to raise money for Christchurch. The school raised $525.50. Photo: Teresa Hattan.
Schools raise money for earthquake victims Hundreds of school students throughout the district discarded their uniforms last Friday and donned red and black. Wakefield School were able to raise $525.50 by running a coin trail. This will go to a school that needs it in the Christchurch area. Meet the team from Dunlea Builders Ltd, from left Duncan, Brent and Daryn.
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Deputy principal Sue McLaren says each class has also discussed what happened in the devastated city and some of the Christchurch students talked about their experience. “The response to the red and black day shows how much they support their fellow students,” says Sue.
Motorcycle poker run ‘welcomes all’ Riders and drivers from all walks of life are encouraged to join the annual Nelson Bays Poker Run, say organisers. Interest in the fundraiser is already strong with many bikes coming from Nelson region and out of town. Last year more than 120 people attended. “Persons from all walks of life, from the hard out bikers to whoever, with all makes of motorcycles are welcome. It’s just a fun day out for everyone to have a good time, meet new friends and an opportunity to
generate something to go back into the community,” says organiser Mark. In the past the run has raised thousands for St John with proceeds this year going to MediMax, giving something back to a group that is involved with helping motorcyclists in the Nelson region. The run has several stops throughout the Nelson Bays region with riders getting a poker hand at each stop, the overall winner is set to take home $1000 with $500 and $250 for
second and third respectively, along with several other prizes. Hot-rods and classic cars are also welcome to join the run, as they have in previous years. “The day is really neat, there is no tension at all and the riders are supportive of each other, in fact there hasn’t been an incident or accident to date and we really want to keep that going,” says Mark. Registration for the ninth annual run is between 10am and 12noon at Isel Park in Stoke this Saturday March 12.
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Classic cars gather at showgrounds The old and the new braved the wet weather to gather in Richmond over the weekend. The Classic Car Show saw a large number of old cars, along with some of their newer counterparts.
CLASSIC CAR: Hope’s Ian Bovey, along with other members of the Nelson Mini Club, were at the Classic Car Show at the A & P Showgrounds on Sunday, despite the temperamental weather. Photo: Teresa Hattan.
LEARNING PODS: Tasman District Library information services librarian Cathy Vaughan at one of the computers in the learning pod. More classes have been established at the Richmond library to cater to the increased public demand. Computer courses start on Friday with a lesson on how to use a mouse. For more information contact the library. Photo: Teresa Hattan.
Hope resident Ian Bovey was at the A & P Showgrounds with the Nelson Mini Club and his 1976 Austin Mini. Ian’s Mini has a 1380cc engine and was purchased two years ago for the 50th anniversary of Mini’s in 2009. Prior to this it was “a bit of a rust bucket” according to Ian. The Nelson Mini Club has a strong membership of around 40 and in 2013 will be holding the Mini Nationals in Nelson.“Over 100 Mini’s will be here for that. The last time it [nationals] was in the South Island was eight years ago,” says Ian. The Mini club also have several new models of the car, not just the classics.Money raised from the Classic Car Show will be going to Hospice.
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• A L L T H E F U N • A L L T H E PA R T I E S • A L L T H E G O O D T I M E S Daren Hall, birthday boy Daryl Peterson, Lance Goodall, Brett Nicholls and Jared Ewers celebrate Daryl turning 40.
Mel Wawatai, Bailee Jamieson, Lil Wawatai and William and Jono Wallace were looking forward to hearing Selmonella Dub on Friday night.
Jim Fry, Noela Francois and Kirsten and Trevor Lineham at the classic car show over the weekend.
Kirsty Magill, Chris Voice, Luke Gardner and Shannon Helliwell enjoy a beverage ahead of Friday night’s concert.
Joni McCulloch, Jo Wilcox, Renee Wetene and Maraea Tu Whangai before Selmonella Dub took to the stage.
Claire Maxfield and Jo Turner at the Traveller’s Rest on Friday.
Marianne Hart Biggs, Tash Martin and Cushla Moir at Daryl’s party.
Newlyweds Lauryce and Carl Colvill at the Bedford Bar on Saturday night.
This week the Out and About camera had to contend with the wet. Who knew it rained in Nelson? Salmonella Dub and the Peasants of Eden performing at the Traveller’s Rest in Appleby made for a great Friday night. Friends and family gathered to celebrate Daryl Peterson’s 40th birthday bash at the Bedford Bar on Saturday night. It was also a farewell for Tash and Wog Martin, who headed off to Australia on Sunday. Sunday saw the A & P Showgrounds in Richmond fill with classic cars. There were some beauties there, along with others who weren’t so “classic”. Remember, if you have an event or celebration you could like the Out and About camera to attend, call 544-9037 or email email@example.com. Don’t be shy!
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Zac Beloe and Kieran O’Connor getting ready to enjoy some music.
Cyndy Sowman, Bev Hoult, Barbara Vercoe and Dawn Scholfield at the classic car show.
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Food collection to help those in need Wanting to do his bit has proven successful for eight year-old Raiden Hearne. The Richmond School student has spent the past week knocking on doors in his neighbourhood to collect food for the people in Christchurch. “People have been very generous,” says his mum Lisa. Raiden says it’s good to be able to get good for people who need it after hearing about the earthquake on the news. Lisa says Raiden heard on the radio the Nelson Foodbank were running out of food due to the amount of people comRichmond’s Raiden Hearne, 8, has been collecting food for the Christchurch relief efing to the city from Christchurch. fort. Helping him have been Blake Hearne, left, and Sophie Timpson, right.
Since then Raiden has been bugging his mum to let him do something to help. “Ever since he first saw the earthquake he wanted to go straight out and help. “I didn’t want him asking for money so he did this instead.” So far Raiden has been able to collect a boot full of food and Lisa says she is proud of her son for doing something so kind. Lisa’s work, Little People Early Learning Centre, will also be helping Raiden’s cause. Raiden wanted to thank everyone who had donated food already and says he is excited to be able to do something to for people who needed it.
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Church stands to make huge profit from Tadmor Teresa Hattan The Anglican Diocesan is set to charge the people of Tadmor for a church that was originally donated by that same community. The church was built by the local Tadmor community on donated land in 1914 and was given to the diocesan. That same diocesan is now selling the church much to the horror of the community, which is now trying to raise enough money to keep it. One of the major concerns for locals is that the graveyard, which is home to many of their ancestors, is on the land. The church came close to being sold and turned into private residence recently after the diocesan received an offer for it. Bruce Moffitt, a Tadmor resident and great grandson of those who donated the land, met with vicar Bernard Portman and a public meeting was called late last month to discus the matter. “Once we started talking to people it got people’s backs up a bit because it’s a cemetery up there, as well as the church, nobody wanted people living there,” says Bruce. He says around 30 people were expected to attend the public meeting, but around 90 were present. The Dean of Anglican Diocesan chaired the meeting and Bruce says by the time the meeting was called the proposal had
changed. “They then said they wanted to sell the church on the open market, instead of just to this person who had made the offer.” Bruce says most people were against the idea of selling the community icon, let alone to someone to live in. “We would like the diocesan to either donate it back to the community or negotiate a price.” He was told the sale wasn’t about money, just that St James at Tadmor was a surplus building to the parish that they wanted to dispose of. “We tried to get out of them whether they would give it for a token price and they said they would have to negotiate.” A trust or incorporated society will now be set up by the community to negotiate with the diocesan about the sale of the church back to the community. The group will get together to see if the community can raise the funds needed to buy the building and land, which has a government value of $126,000. The cemetery at the church is still active, with many of the plots booked by locals. Bruce says most people were shocked, and some were even disgusted, that the diocesan wanted to sell their church. “The whole church was given to the community and it was built by local people. We believe the diocesan shouldn’t be able to sell it because it is a part of the commu-
COMMUNITY CHURCH: Tadmor’s Bruce Moffitt hopes the local community can purchase the St James at Tadmor Anglican church from the diocesan and keep it in the community. Photo: Teresa Hattan. nity. Our ancestors gave it so there would be a church and a cemetery here forever. Bruce says the diocesan has given the community the assurance they will not sell it to anyone else until the locals have had a chance to negotiate to buy it. “As long as I can remember the locals have looked after the church, it hasn’t cost the church a penny to maintain it. We’ve looked after the cemetery and the bookings for the cemetery and mowed the lawns and trimmed the trees.” “To others it might look like nobody cares
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or uses it, yet we have weddings and funerals there often and in the future you could have more people wishing to attend services there. If it was sold that would all be gone for the sake of a few bucks,” says Bruce. The locals are now hoping the diocesan offers the church to them at a price they can afford so they can keep the beautiful building at the heart of the community, where they say it belongs. Members of the diocesan did not return calls from Waimea Weekly.
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made them more accessible to Richmond, Brightwater, Wakefield, and the more rural locations right through to Murchison. Did this move work for them? It certainly did. But don’t just take their word for it, or even that of their happy customers – the real proof is in Ryan, Eileen, Gerald and Taryn Beattie celebrate their 18th anniversary at the awards! Hubbers Hubbers Flooring Xtra Flooring Xtra have won the Flooring Xcellence last the distance. If you feel a little overwhelmed Award beating all other Flooring Xtra stores in the or daunted by the whole process of planning and South Island, and hot on the tails of this achieve- designing, Hubber’s have the solution. “We offer ment, they have just been named the New Zealand the services of an interior designer free of charge, a service that would normally cost you at least $200. Cavalier Bremworth Dealer of the Year. You may be excused for thinking that Hubber’s We work with fully qualified interior designer Sue Flooring Xtra only does flooring, but you couldn’t Cunningham of SC Design, who offers so much be more wrong. They specialise in soft furnish- more than just colour consultancy. We see customings, from blinds, shades and shutters, to draperies, ers from the initial planning of their projects and valances and bedspreads. As the only Windoware more often than not they are completely bambooshowroom in the country, they offer all products zled by the myriad of options available. Providing on display for you to see, touch and operate allow- an interior designer is our way of helping them ing you to discover all of your options, and make sort it all out,” says Taryn Beattie, store manager. “We have finance available with different options an informed decision. Of course, they do specialise in flooring as well, to suit each customer, and can bring our mobile whether it be new buildings, refurbishments, com- showroom to you if you prefer to see samples in mercial or domestic projects, looking after the hard your own home. We’re a locally owned and operstuff like timber flooring, tiles, vinyl, laminate ated family business, and we take great pride in our flooring through to the softer option of carpeting. customer service. We treat our customers the same Industry knowledge is quite possibly one of Hub- way we would like to be treated. Not just during ber’s Flooring Xtra’s biggest strengths, and their your buying process, but for the entire life of your longserving team have an abundance of it. The home furnishings! Our services include profesHubber’s team are dedicated to ensuring you get sional measuring, product consultation and certihonest advice and recommendations. Melissa fied installation.” Craig is their resident Commercial Specialist and Visit their beautiful showroom next to Raeward qualified Quantity Surveyor. Melissa will happily Complex to find just what you need for your home tackle any job, big or small, ensuring your com- or business... or they can come to you. Call today to mercial floor will be just what you want and will schedule your free in-home appointment.
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Wakefield win new boat award
BRIGHT SUNFLOWERS: Richmond’s Bluebell Florists are doing their bit for Christchurch by selling single sunflowers. Florists, from left, Kate Bradley, Amy Bryson and Aimee Norrie have been selling the flowers supplied by Laraine Peterson. Photo: Teresa Hattan.
Florists try to spread a bit of cheer for Christchurch Local Richmond business Bluebell Florists is trying to put smiles on peoples faces. The florist has been selling single sunflowers for a week for $5 with all proceeds going to the Christchurch relief effort. “Some people have been buying them for people
here from Christchurch which is nice,” says owner Kate Bradley. “It’s a small thing, but it’s something we can do,” she says. So far the business has been able to donate $240. “We’re hoping we can sell a few more over the coming days,” says Kate.
Wakefield locals John and Rosie Herd came home with the best new boat award from the New Zealand Antique and Classic Boat Show over the weekend. Despite getting a “hammering” weather wise on Sunday, two days of racing were held for yachts, row boats, seagull motored dinghies, poppers, canoes, child rowers and swimmers. On Sunday morning 30 heritage devotees met to discuss the feasibility of a permanent home for classic boating at St Arnaud. Organiser Pete Rainey says although it’s early days, the concept of a classic boat museum met with a lot of enthusiasm. “There is some caution about how it would work financially but there is definite support for a community facility for locals and visitors, with classic boats as an attraction to add to the outdoor activity in the area and help to keep people for a longer stay at the lake.” Pete says despite numbers being down for the weekend everyone was happy with how the event turned out. With 140 entrants and a good discussion about the boat muse-
um under their belts, organisers say they are looking forward to the next event. A Danish built double-ender, that came to New Zealand in 1927 on a factory whale ship, won the Jens Hansen Award for the best vessel at the weekend’s boat show. Judges Mick Fone and John Harris say picking the most worthy boat was very difficult. “The Else had a good story, and the album that Doug did of the restoration showed the effort that had gone into a very thorough job,” says Mick. The Eventiac award for best themed display want to SS Flirt, a replica royal mail steam ship that was completed in time for the Classic Boat Show by Lionel Jeffcoat in Havelock and launched on Saturday morning. Owner Robert Hamlett had his entire crew thematically attired in navy and white stripes. The Ron Culley Steam Trophy went to India, built in 1906 with an enclosed cabin added in 1922. India was bought in 1999 and has been under restoration for most of that time by her new owners.
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“Because we haven’t had to pay the travel money for the North Islanders, the sponsorship money has now been freed up so there will be prizes for performance and the most action kind of stuff. Kris says this will mix things up a bit as the money available to the competitors is sure to create more action. The main event on the night is the stock cars, but other classes will be supporting this category. Gates open at 6pm with racing starting at 7pm. Gate prices have remained the same at $15 for adults, $7 for children or $30 for a family. Next year Kris says the event will pick back up to two days again.
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Cantabrians who are visiting our place, we welcome you and hope you can enjoy your time here. As at writing our Association has not had a meeting, we are a week later this month and our next meeting will be held on the 8th of March. Cycle Track - For those of you who are interested in the cycle track that will be making its way through Brightwater we have a meeting arranged for Wednesday 30 March at 7pm to be held in the Wanderers Club Rooms. Bill Gilbertson will be coming along to discuss the proposed cycle way and anyone who is interested is encouraged to attend. Work on the BMX Track is ongoing so keep watching out for updates on that. Our meeting for April will be on Tuesday the 5th April, at Brightwater School, at 7pm, when we will have some folk from the TDC along for a consultation, so if you have any questions for them, please come along and ask them. We will have our usual Association meeting after the consultation with TDC representatives. Take care, let’s do all we can to support Canterbury at this time, Your Community Association. Popular Girl Guide Biscuits For Sale Girl Guide Biscuits – the sale of these must be one of the most longstanding and successful fundraising ventures in New Zealand. Everyone looks forward to the time when these iconic biscuits become available, with some families buying them by the carton to ensure they have a good supply in the pantry. The biscuits have had a bit of an upgrade over the last few years and although you can still buy the plain ones we eagerly wait for every year, they have now chocolate coated biscuits and mini chocolate coated versions available. “We have 12 Girl Guides in Brightwater who meet each Wednesday night at the Brightwater Scout Den for an evening filled with fun activities,” says Jenna Teesedale, the local guide leader. “This
Girl Guide Sarah Goldthorpe will be out and about selling Girl Guide biscuits this Wednesday Wednesday evening we will be out and about on the streets of Brightwater selling our Girl Guide Biscuits. Sale of our great biscuits help raise funds to support our activities locally – fun, learning and adventure for all girls aged 5-18 years.” Girl Guide Biscuits will be on sale throughout the month of March. If you miss them when they call, they are also available at stalls being held at Wakefield 4 Square, Waimea College bus bay, Stoke New World, Nelson Market and the Warehouse every Saturday during March. Plain biscuits cost $3 per packet and chocolate and mini biscuits are $3.50 per packet. If you are interested in joining Girl Guides in Brightwater, please call Jenna Teesedale on 027 344 0455. They meet weekly on Wednesdays from 6pm to 8pm.
Fundraiser For Canterbury Earthquake Appeal at Sprig and Fern Get a team together and enter the Quiz Nights at the Sprig and Fern being held over the next two Wednesday nights. All funds raised will be donated to the Canterbury Earthquake Appeal. “We wanted to do something to help out people affected by the recent earthquake and decided to • Custom Designed Pools hold a Quiz Night,” says Kevin Gear from the Sprig and Fern. • Repairs & Servicing “Initially we only planned one quiz but we have had so much Talk to us NOW about a interest in it that we have decided pool for next summer to hold two over the next two
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Wednesday nights. The cost to enter is $5 per person and we’ll be kicking off at 8pm sharp. Our quiz nights are always great fun and it’s a great way to show our support.” Also featuring on the Sprig and Fern calendar is the regular Tuesday night poker league. The tournaments are run on a weekly basis over a sixteen-week period. At the end of each tournament a Season Final is held. Players sit eight to a table and enjoy a casual, friendly style of game. Points are awarded to the top players nightly, and their points accumulate toward qualifying for the Season Final poker tournament. At the Season Final the top players compete for cash prizes. Winners of the Season Finals play off for a $1200 ticket into the New Zealand Poker Championships, the countries premier poker event. Brightwater School 125th Quasquicentennial 1888 – 2013 Reunion We are seeking volunteers to set up a committee to oversee the school reunion. This reunion is celebrating 125years of education on the present site. The school initially started as ‘Brightwater Girls School (1880 – 1889) on the site of the present Public Hall. Brightwater Boys School was opened on the 2nd August 1888 on the present site. Mr Avery tendered the successful quote of 390 pound or 408 pound if plastered.. The old building was half a brick thick in places, it had a bell tower, and two entrances at the back. In 1889 when the girls school closed, they combined with the boys school on the present site.’ Please phone the school office 542 3666 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in helping with the reunion in any way. Brightwater School Annual Auction and Gala Sunday 27 March, 11.00am to 3.00pm It’s fun time again at Brightwater School! This years gala promises to be another fun day out for the whole family with plenty of great food and entertainment on offer. Come along and enjoy the live music, meet up with friends, grab some bargains and enjoy yourselves! Be sure to check out the fantastic display of sunflowers that the children have grown for the sunflower competition. This year they have a fantastic raffle on offer. You can win a Family Getaway
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Brightwater School will be holding a 125th Quasquicentennial 1888 – 2013 Reunion and are seeking volunteers to set up a committee to oversee the event. If you are interested in helping please contact the school. Rotorua valued at $1800 including 5 nights accommodation, return ferry crossing for car and family, Skyline gondola & luge, mini golf and more. Once again the school have been astounded by the generosity of local businesses who have donated fantastic items for the Silent Auction and they would like to thank them for their support. All auctions will be silent this year to enable you to spent more time visiting the stalls and enjoying the country atmosphere. You’ll also find the favourite gala stalls offering books, white elephant items, produce, cakes, plants and flowers that have made the Brightwater School fundraiser a day to remember for the past 50 years. Don’t miss it! Waimea Plains Football Club Waimea Plains Football Club is a small rural based football club, based in Wakefield, but encompassing all surrounding areas, including Appleby, Brightwater, Foxhill, Hope, Moutere, Ranzau, Spring Grove & Tapawera. Waimea Plains Football Club is for players, both boys and girls, from midgets (5yrs) to youth, and encourages children of all abilities to be involved. The emphasis of the club is on fair play and for everyone to enjoy their football experience, along with receiving relevant coaching to improve everyone’s abilities. After the success of New Zealand’s participation in the Football World Cup, and the continued improvement from the Wellington Phoenix, the sport of football is showing a huge growth throughout the country. And the Nelson area is no
different; Waimea Plains Football Club is expecting a hearty increase in numbers again this season. This year we are holding a Club Registration & Open Day in conjunction with Wakefield Senior Football Club, to be held at the Wakefield Domain & Clubrooms on Saturday 12 March from 10am – 2pm, everyone is welcome to come along and give football a go, or just come along for a fun filled family day. For further enquiries, please contact Grant de Joux 542 4452, or email@example.com Wanderers Rugby Club Junior Rugby (JAB) and Intermediate Rugby Registration times: Friday 11 March, 4.30pm to 7.30pm Enjoy games of Rippa Rugby and Beach Cricket followed by a BBQ (bar facilities available.) Saturday 12 March, 4.00pm to 5.00pm At the Clubrooms Wanderers Netball AGM – to be held at the clubrooms o n Your Local Glass Specialists Thursday march 10 at Wanderers Clubrooms. - Full Glass and Glazing Services - Windscreen replacement & stonechip repairs - Full Mobile and After Hours Service GIVING YOU THE
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Many of us have family and friends compared with the spontaneous in Christchurch. I would bet good care of people for one another. money that when we contacted People have responded to the them after the earthquake our first urgency of the situation – not question was something like ‘are just from Christchurch itself, but you alright?’ Only then we might from the rest of our country and have enquired about their house or from many parts of our world. property or possessions! That’s not Many have opened their homes to to say that buildings and property refugees; many more have donated and possessions are not important money and possessions perhaps to us. Of course they they could ill afford are, and the magnitude to give. of destruction of them Events such as in the earthquake is the Christchurch hard for us safe here earthquake forcibly in our Nelson region remind us of what is to comprehend. really important in It’s just that people life. We are offered are infinitely more again a renewed precious. People are sense of perspective. more precious to us, Any tendency to or should be, and there give our allegiance is no doubt at all that to mere things rather people are infinitely than the people who more precious to populate our lives is God than mere things shown up for what it David Gruschow, – even churches or is – pure futility. We Our Lady of Perpetual cathedrals! are reminded that Help Parish It has often been for all our modern remarked that crises and disaster learning and confidence in our own bring out the best and the worst in power to control human destiny, people. We can certainly observe we are not gods. this in Christchurch with many For people of faith, God alone accounts of bravery, heroism and is God. God alone deserves our human kindness well beyond what ultimate allegiance. might be expected. Unfortunately, God alone, so often working there are also accounts of looting, through people of courage and selfishness and even domestic kindness, can help us when things violence – but these are minor around us collapse.
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NATIONAL CHAMPION: Waimea College’s Scott Barr, 13, is the national under 15 cross country mountain biking champion. Photo: Teresa Hattan.
Race preparation food like McDonalds and KFC helped get Scott Barr claim the chequered flag. The Waimea College student won the under 15 national mountain bike title late last month in Dunedin. After being piped at the post the weekend before after suffering a bad case of the flu, the 13 year-old says he was determined and very focused on the national title. Recently Scott placed second overall at the South Island mountain bike champs for under 14s. Last month he completed New Zealand Cup rounds in Nelson and Christchurch. Scott was able to win the Nelson section but he placed fourth in the Christchurch round after spending two days in bed with the flu. Despite the illness, Scott missed out on third place by just three seconds. The nationals, held on February 26, saw Scott compete against boys he had raced against in both Nelson and Christchurch. Everything went the Year 10 student’s way on the day but there weren’t as many competitors as the organisers would have liked. “Unfortunately they didn’t get the numbers they would have liked in Dunedin because of the Christchurch earthquake but it was great and it was good to have the boys there,” says Scott’s dad Darrin.
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Scott says he was kept on his toes and had a good race. “It was wet muddy and cold in Dunedin like normal.” Winning a national title was pretty cool for the Brightwater resident. “We went and rode the track on Friday and it was wet and muddy so we had to change tyres,” says Scott. By the second lap Scott knew he had a chance to win the title. “The guy in second was catching me so I knew I had to keep going. On the last lap it got even muddier and slippery and on a few of the corners you slipped out and you could see him coming. I thought he was going to get me.” Darrin says his son was conscientious about holding his spot because of what had happened in Christchurch the weekend before. Scott says he was quite nervous beforehand but he managed to eat McDonalds for lunch and KFC for tea on the Friday in preparation for the race. “Most athletes wouldn’t eat that,” says Darrin. Next on the agenda for the teenager is the South Island Secondary School championships, which will be held in Bluff. Scott says he would like to thank sponsors Ryco Hydraulics, Village Cycles, Translog Services, Hydraulic Services and Repairs for their continued support.
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Richmond Athletic is giving locals an opportunity to get their hands on several fully signed English football jerseys. On Saturday March 19, the club hosts its annual quiz night where signed shirts of Manchester United, Liverpool, Chelsea, Tottenham and a signed Dimitar Bervatov shirt are up for auction. Also up for grabs is a signed Gareth Bale photograph. Richmond vice-president Matt Watson says people don’t nessercary need to be at the quiz night to bid on a shirt. “We are accepting prior bids by contacting me before the auctions begin.” To book a table at the quiz night, or for more information email Matt at watson5@ xtra.co.nz.
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Tapawera cools off with tabloids sports A good way of ending yet another hot day and starting the school year was found by Tapawera Area School recently. The school held their annual tabloid sports late last month with Baton House taking out the title for the first time. Students, staff and parents joined in a range of outdoor fun activities that had all students working as teams including new entrants pupils through to the seniors in Year 13. The aim of the day of fun and wet games was to provide opportunities for school bonding, unity and leadership. The variety of events, based at 10 stations, included racing in the primary pool while wearing extra large tee-shirts, slippery slide activities to filling buckets with wet sponges. Kirsty Griffith, the organiser of this event for the last six years, says it’s a great way of getting the whole school together at the beginning of the year. “The students and staff have lots of fun as there are lots of water activities and some teachers even took the ‘mickey’ out of fellow staff members. As always there was a good crowd of parents watching and encouraging the students.”
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SOCIAL FOOTBALL: Nelson man Stefan Herbst is organising a social football tournament taking place at Saxton Field this Sunday. Photo: Andrew Board.
Football tournament to provide fun and funds Nelson man Stefan Herbst has thought of one active way to support earthquake victims in Christchurch, organising a social football tournament. Stefan, who works for Opus, decided he wanted to help and the idea of a tournament, where people can have a bit of fun and still donate to a worthy cause, appealed. “What happened was just so awful and I know a lot of businesses out there would be keen to form a social team and have a bit of a kick around while raising money for the Red Cross earthquake appeal,” he says. The six-a-side tournament will be held at Saxton Field and Stefan al-
ready has a few teams confirmed, with Sport Tasman helping run it. The, as yet unnamed, tournament will be held on Sunday 13 March from 9.30am. Team registration is $250 with every cent going towards the relief fund. “Each team will get several games and we will have a barbeque and try to make a great day of it.” While business-house teams have already signed up to play, Stefan is not ruling out any team who would like to take part, including family and social teams. For more information get in touch with Stefan by emailing him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Rugby World Cup volunteers still needed Rugby World Cup fever will arrive in Nelson in September and registrations are still open for volunteers to help during the tournament. A recruitment drive is taking place on Wednesday 16 and Thursday 17 March at the Trafalgar Park Pavilion, both days from 9am to 6pm. Potential volunteers can still register either at the recruitment drive or online to do jobs like media operations assistance, help with ticketing, helping tourists or being available to assist with local city operations.
TENNIS VETS: Hope’s John Dunlop and partner Cathie Fearey from Tahuna, won division two of the mixed doubles at the Nelson Tennis Vets at Hope Tennis Club on Sunday. John and Cathie won in a tiebreak against Susan Rooney and Colin Hunt by nine games to eight. Photo: Teresa Hattan.
Brightwater Community Playgroup Wednesday’s 9.30 to 11.30am School Term Only The aim of our playgroup is to provide a safe place for parents, caregivers and children to meet on a regular basis. A range of activities are available to stimulate the child and provide social “timeout” for parents, caregivers.
St Albans Historic Church Main Road Appleby Sunday 13 March Holy Communion 10.30am
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Waimea Tramping Club Day trip Sunday 13 March, Richmond Hill working bee, ph Richard 544 0348. Weekend trip 19-20 March, Sylvester Hut, easy/medium, ph Maria 541 8598 or Donald 545 1339. Forest & Bird Wed March 9 Rod Asher (Cawthron Marine Biologist) will examine current methods for “Measuring Estuary Health”. In addition a film by Danny Boulton on the Horoirangi marine reserve, its biodiversity and wildlife threats shown. 7.30pm Tahunanui School, Muritai St Save The Children Fair Stoke Hall Sat 19 Mar. 9.30 am - 12 noon. Clothing, kitchenware and appliances, linen, toys and games, vegetables, & lots more free lucky draws. Bargains!!.Ph. 547 3253 Proceeds to Christchurch Fund & Children’s Emergency Fund Morris Minor Car Club To of the South club meets Sunday 27 March 11.30am Top10 Holiday Park Motueka BYO lunch. Tiki tour to follow, interested? Contact Julie 5473316 or Trevor 5268884 Herbal Lotions & Potions 12 March Stoke Memorial Hall kitchen from 1 -3 pm. Cost $20. Beginners workshop, make a herbal shampoo, toothpaste, lip balm, try herbal teas, see demos and recipes using both traditional herbs and native plants. Ph Chrystal 021 1364592 or email email@example.com Community Lunch You are invited to lunch at 12pm on Thursday 17 March at St Johns, Edward Street, Wakefield.No charge but a gold coin donation appreciated. RSVP to Brenda 541 9413. Nelson Historical Society meets on Monday 14 Mar 7.30 pm in the Masonic Hall, Nile Street East. Speaker: Alan Turley (“ The Story of Sports in Nelson -the champions, the great occasions and how different sports were established’) .All welcome $2 door charge. Annette Ph.545 0498
Large numbers of volunteers are the lifeline of any major event and the Rugby World Cup is no different. Having the chance to witness rugby and its greatest doesn’t come around very often, let along in New Zealand. To find out all of the types of jobs and to register in advance prior to March 16 and 17 and to make sure you can go directly to an interview on those days, visit rugbyworldcup.com/volunteer for more information.
Tasman Talks Titles Book Group Do you enjoy reading and talking about books? Then Tasman Talks Titles book group might be what you’re looking for. Join us on Wed 16 Mar 3.00pm – 4.00pm Richmond Library. Adult Learn to Sail course Monday evenings starting 14 March 2011at 4.30pm. For more information, contact the Nelson Yacht Club on 548 7501 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Apple Macintosh User Group (NMUG) meeting Thurs. 10th March 7pm. Richmond Public library. Visitors welcome. Learn and solve. Contact : 547 3408 Nelson Social Dancing Club at Club Waimea 8pm Sat 12 Mar following the AGM commencing at 7pm. Ballroom, Latin, Rock ’n Roll and sequence dancing. Music provided by the band Southern Soundz. Members $6; nonmembers $10. Enquiries phone 547 9085 Celebrate Recovery This support programme is to promote change in ourselves & to free us from our self confessed “hurts”, “hang-ups” and “habits. We meet every Wednesday 6.00pm in The Centre, 23A Salisbury Rd Richmond. Ph Jacquie or Bob on 538 0282 Christian Women Communicating International (CWCI).Hope Community Church Ranzau Rd. Wed 16 Mar 7.30pm Speaker Barb Detlefsen “CourageousCommitment.” Supper. Pay at door. Ph 544 8081 Hilary Choose to lose A support group for those wishing to lose weight meets every Thurs 11.00am at The Centre 23A Salisbury Rd Richmond, gold coin donation only, for info phone De 547 4717 or 027 698 8726 Mountain Bike Challenge Sun 3 April, Family Fun Day, Tapawera, 11 am, 3 courses – 15km, 22km, 27km, $5 child, $10 adult, $25 family, entry forms at cycle shops or www. tapawera.school.nz. Garage sale Holy Trinity Church, Dorset St, Richmond, Saturday March 12th 8.30am. Great bargains, plants, food,
produce, white elephant. Charity Dance for Christchurch quake victims. Fri Mar 18 Richmond Town Hall 7.30pm to 11.30pm Live Music – prizes $10 entry (Funds to quake victims) Ladies bring a plate please Contact Richard 5444120 Toastmistress CALLING PAST MEMBERS of Toastmistress & ITC to attend final meeting of Council XI. Help celebrate an era - March 19 Aloha Lodge Nelson. Register with Linda 544 7823 or Yvonne 544 6350 by March 16 Richmond Spinners & Weavers Spinners meet 9.30am every 2nd & 4th Thurs. Weavers meet 9.30am every 3rdThurs. 7pm evety 2nd Mon evening. Venue – Birch HallA&P grounds. Ph Diane 547 6517 or June 545 6466 Concert for Christchurch Sunday 13 March 2pm, Club Waimea hall. Hosted by Nelson Bays Harmony featuring barbershop harmony groups and guest artists. Entry $10 donation, all proceeds direct to Christchurch families. Ph Jenny 547 4354. Computers For Over 50s – Seniornet This month’s speaker - Grant Sidaway, Executive Officer of NZ SeniorNets. “Information at your Fingertips - Smart Phones for Smart People?” 2pm, Wed 9th Mar, SeniorNet rooms, Pioneers Park, Hastings St Glenroy Valley 4 WD Event Glenroy Valley, Upper Motakitaki Valley Murchison. 12 March (19 March if too wet). Meet at 9am Murchison Recreation Centre. $10 per person. All proceeds to the Murchison PlayCentre. Bring lunch/ drinks. Contact - Nicky 03 523 9845 Scottish Country Dancing Richmond’s new season starts March 7 at St David’s Church Hall every Monday. New dancers welcome; no partner needed. Come on Mon 14 March for “give it a go” night. Details Christine 544-0902
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Resource Management Act 1991 Tasman Resource Management Plan Proposed Change 22 – Mapua and Ruby Bay Development
Mapua Waterfront Park – Stage 2 Tender Waterfront Precinct Formation
Council has prepared amendments to Parts I and II of the Tasman Resource Management Plan, known as Proposed Change 22, which allows for future expansion of Mapua and Ruby Bay away from low-lying land and the inundation and erosion prone coastline between Mapua and Ruby Bay, on to more elevated land northwest of the township. Submissions Any person may make a submission on any part of the proposed Change. Submissions can be sent to the Manager Policy, Tasman District Council, Private Bag 4, Richmond 7050 to be accepted by Council for a period closing at 4.00 pm on Monday, 11 April 2011. Forms for making submissions are available as indicated below under “Availability of Proposed Changes”. Submissions must be in writing, clearly indicating support or opposition to the provisions, the decision that the submitter wishes the Council to make (with reasons), whether or not the submitter wishes to be heard in support of the submission and an address for service or contact address. Consideration of Proposed Changes After submissions have closed, Council will publish a summary of all decisions requested by submitters. There will be a further period of 10 working days within which further submissions in support or opposition to those submissions made may be sent to Council. Council will then hold hearings on all submissions and all submitters may be heard. After the Council considers the submissions and makes its decisions, any submitter who is not satisfied with the decision has the right of appeal to the Environment Court. Availability of Proposed Changes The proposed amendments are available to view at Council’s Richmond office and the Mapua community library or to access online at www.tasman.govt.nz under ‘Changes and Variations’ via ‘Policy’, ‘Resource Management Plan’. Submission forms are also available. For more information or advice on these amendments, please contact Rose Biss, Ph. 03 543 8421 or firstname.lastname@example.org Update Pages to the Plan Update No. 38 to the Plan, including all amendments to the text as a result of the proposed Change, will be available as soon as possible. For enquiries concerning the update or availability of the Plan, please contact Pam Meadows, Ph. 03 543 8581, email email@example.com or one of the Customer Services staff.
resource consents The Council has received applications for resource consents, which have been publicly notified in The Nelson Mail. The applications and supporting information may be examined in any Council office. The full public notice may be found online at Council’s website (www.tasman.govt.nz). Any person may make a submission on the applications in accordance with Section 96 of the Resource Management Act 1991. Submission forms are available from Council offices and on Council’s website. Please note that the following is an abridged advisory notice only. Applicant: Settlers Crossing Vineyard Ltd. Location: 103 Bryant Road, Brightwater. Consent Type, Application Number and Proposal: Subdivison Consent (Application RM110077): To subdivide Lot 2 DP 18212 to create the following: • Lot 1 of 0.18 hectares (containing an existing dwelling); • Lot 2 of 4.47 hectares to be held together with Lot 1 DP 18213 and Lot 6 DP 18856 by an amalgamation covenant pursuant to Section 220(2)(a) of the Resource Management Act 1991. Land Use Consent (Application RM110078): Relating to the building setbacks on proposed Lot 1 adjoining a vineyard. Water Permit (Application RM110083): A variation to water permit NN010235 to change the legal description where water is used. Submissions due: 4.30 pm on Friday 1 April 2011
www.tasman.govt.nz all you need to know Feel free to contact us:
Richmond 189 Queen Street Private Bag 4 Richmond, Nelson 7050, New Zealand Phone 03 543 8400 Fax 03 543 9524
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public notices Hall and Reserve Management Committees – triennial elections Management Committees are groups of volunteers who look after some of our Districts halls and reserves on behalf of Tasman District Council, taking care of bookings/usage and maintenance. The committees are elected thee yearly and the next round of elections begin next month. Golden Bay Recreation Reserve triennial election meeting to be held on Tuesday 15 March at 7.00pm at The Takaka Rugby Football Clubrooms. Riwaka Hall Committee triennial election meeting to be held on Wednesday 16 March 2011 at 7.00 pm at the Riwaka Hall. Spring Grove Recreation Reserve and Hall Committee Triennial Election Meeting to be held at the Spring Grove Hall at 8.00 pm on Monday 21 March 2011. Ngatimoti Recreation Reserve and Ngatimoti Hall Committee triennial election meetings to be held at the Ngatimoti Community Rooms, at the Fire Station, on Wednesday 30 March 2011 at 7.30 pm. Hope Recreation Reserve and Hall Committee triennial election meeting to be held at the Hope Hall, Richmond, at 7.30 pm on 31 March 2011. For further information please contact Francie Wafer, Community Services Administrator, Tasman District Council, Ph 03 543 8468 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Navigation Safety Bylaw: Temporary Reservation and speed-limit uplifting for sea-swim and kayak races around Kaiteriteri, 20 March The Nelson Triathlon and Multisport Club Inc. and Tasman Bay Kayak Racing Club Inc. have applied to Tasman District Council to run an event in the Kaiteriteri area on Sunday 20 March 2011. The planned paddling and swimming races will have competitors and support vessels passing through and occupying the Kaiteriteri water-ski area, and paddlecraft potentially racing between there and the Motueka River mouth, Fisherman Island or Split Apple Rock as conditions dictate. Pursuant to the provisions contained in the Navigation Safety Bylaw, the Tasman District Council’s Harbourmaster has granted a temporary reservation of the Kaiteriteri waterski area for the purposes of the Event, between the hours of 11.00 am and 5.00 pm on Sunday 20 March. The effect of the temporary reservation will be to prevent other activities including water skiing from occurring within that area for the time specified. Event Marshalls have the authority to require other users to vacate these areas as required, but may allow limited use when it will not interfere with the Event, at the organiser’s discretion. An uplift of the 5 knot speed restrictions has also been granted to paddlecraft and support vessels directly involved in the Event in the areas specified above. Persons wishing to waterski at Kaiteriteri during this event should consult first with Event Marshalls, or use the ski areas in the Abel Tasman National Park area. The closest are at Stillwell Beach or Adele Island spit. Swimmers and other water users close to shore in the area should be aware of the potential of close encounters with racing paddlecraft, and powerboats should take care to give way to paddlecraft and minimise wake in their vicinity. A number of conditions have been imposed on the organisers of the event. These may be viewed by contacting Tasman District Council’s Harbourmaster, Ph. 03 543 8400 during office hours.
council meetings Agendas and Minutes for Council Meetings can be viewed on Council’s website at www.tasman.govt.nz
Tasman District Council Email email@example.com Website www.tasman.govt.nz 24 hour assistance Motueka 7 Hickmott Place PO Box 123 Motueka 7143 New Zealand Phone 03 528 2022 Fax 03 528 9751
Tasman District Council seeks tenders from experienced contractors to construct the Waterfront Precinct, the second stage of the Waterfront Park development at Mapua. The park is on part of the remediated former Fruit Growers Chemical Company site between the Waimea Estuary, Aranui Road and Tahi Street. The work involves the development of planting, seating, park furniture, lighting, walkways and recreational park areas along the estuary foreshore. Access to commence construction will be early April 2011. Due to the nature of the site strict adherence to the site management plan will be a core requirement of the contract management for this project. Tender documents will be available in electronic form from the project manager. Contractors interested in tendering for this project may request copies of the documentation by emailing the project manager at firstname.lastname@example.org. Tenders close with Tasman District Council at 2.00 pm Wednesday 23 March 2011.
Takaka 78 Commercial Street PO Box 74 Takaka 7142 New Zealand Phone 03 525 0020 Fax 03 525 9972
Full Council Tasman Council Chambers, 189 Queen Street, Richmond, Thursday, 10 March 2011, 9.30 am. Public forum Environment and Planning Committee Tasman Council Chambers, 189 Queen Street, Richmond, Thursday, 10 March 2011, 11.30 am or at conclusion of Full Council. No public forum Regional Transport Committee Tasman Council Chambers, 189 Queen Street, Richmond, Friday, 11 March 2011, 10.00 am. No public forum
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