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Mum told Olympic star recognised unpaid job trial is fraud Phillip Rollo Reporter

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Work and Income appears to have wrongly accused a Richmond mother of fraud, stating that free work trials are illegal, when they are not. Amber Heyes says she’s been on the Domestic Purposes Benefit for around 18 months and has been unemployed for the past four months. When her youngest child started school recently she decided to find work again and approached several cafes, as she has worked as a barista in the past. She struck a deal with owner of the Sundial Square coffee cart to do an unpaid trial for several hours over two weeks to show her she was capable of the job. After the two week trial Amber says she was offered the part time job and was thrilled. But her case manager at Work and Income, Megan Goodman, wrote to her saying to do a trial without getting paid is illegal and her new employer’s details would be passed to Inland Revenue, for them to investigate. The Ministry of Business, In-

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novation and Employment confirmed to Waimea Weekly that unpaid trials are legal, meaning the case manager appears to have got it wrong. After raising the issues with Work and Income, a representative told the Weekly that it will investigate the matter but it could not comment on it in time for this article. Amber says during the trial she saw her case manager, who is based in Richmond, walk past the coffee cart and she waved out to her. “I said to her ‘it looks like a might get a job here, isn’t that great?’” A week later Amber says she told Work and Income that she did get the job but was told they didn’t believe the trial was unpaid. Her case manager wrote: “We do take fraud seriously and if we have a fraud allegation we must follow SEE PAGE 2

Black Stick Anita Punt received an Olympic pin from Sport Tasman during her visit home last week. Photo: Phillip Rollo.

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Going to the London Olympics was a dream come true for hockey international Anita Punt but she still doesn’t like to talk about the result. While finishing inside the top four in the world would be a welcome result for any New Zealand hockey team, fourth place at an Olympic Games is often considered the worst position to finish, missing out on a medal by just one placing. Although Anita came home empty handed, the experience is something she will never forget and to recognise her efforts, the fastest woman in world hockey was presented with an Olympic pin from Sport Tasman on Friday afternoon. The pin – which is given to every athlete that has represented New Zealand at the Olympics – has her Olympic number engraved on it, and was last presented in Nelson to Golden Bay cyclist Jack Bauer. Anita described the presentation, which was held during the conclusion of the Marie Fry Trophy secondary school tournament, as “pretty special,” before the pin was officially pinned on by former Olympian Jeff Rackley. While Jack’s presentation was SEE PAGE 2

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it up with our due process. The Integrity Intervention Unit follow-up with all fraud allegations and with IRD.” Amber says the email from Work and Income was out of order and she was made to feel like a criminal. “I don’t want to be on a benefit and I’ve always worked, other than the past four months. I’m not the kind that tries to get every dollar out of the government. I’ve tried to do it all right and gone out and got a job, even offering to work for free to prove I can do it and now it seems I’m being punished for it. “I’m not worried about the IRD investigation because we haven’t done anything wrong but I think the way they’ve gone about this stinks and I feel sorry for Rebecca, it was a big move for her to take me on. I’m genuine and I try to work hard for my children and do the right thing.”

held following the Games last year, Anita’s busy scheduled was only vacated last week and a fleeting visit back to Nelson doubled as the perfect opportunity, according to Sport Tasman CEO Nigel Muir. “I know she is fast, but we have really struggled over the last two years to catch up with Anita to award her with this pin,” he says. The 122 cap Black Stick, who already has a silver medal from the Commonwealth Games in Delhi, says the Olympic Games was the ultimate honour. “I guess thinking about it now it’s a huge honour and growing up here I never would have thought I’d get to go. I remember always watching it on TV but being there just

Richmond mum Amber Heyes was told by Work and Income that it was illegal for her to do a free work trial at the coffee cart (even though it’s not) and has sent her case to IRD to investigate. Photo: Andrew Board.

changes your life.” A well known athlete in her own right, Anita admits her inner sports fan came out when walking through the Olympic Village where thousands of other international sporting superstars were based. “You’ll just be strolling along and bump into LeBron James, Usain Bolt and Mo Farrah,” she explains. “I really wanted a picture with Usain Bolt but I actually ate my lunch too quick and he was gone. The other girls got a picture and I was so gutted but you got to remember that they’re there to compete and how annoying it might be, so you try to respect them.” Anita is committed to the Commonwealth Games and the World Cup next year and could return to the Olympics in 2016.


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Police have backed down from a proposal that would have seen just one constable based in Wakefield. Currently two policemen are there, officers Marty Tutton and Peter Cobledick, but plans were in place to shift one out to Motueka, as police reviewed the way it serviced rural areas. Allan Wasley, a minister, and also chair of the Wakefield Community Council, spoke out about the proposal and described the u-turn as a “relief ” for the town. “I’m absolutely delighted for the community because it’s the community that really values having the police based here,” says Allan, who believed the move would have also had a negative impact on surrounding areas like Brightwater and Tapawera. “All those communities value having someone they can talk to face-to-face and a lot of it is about relationships with the community.” While police were brief in their announcement, which said the

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NEWS Life on the golf green in brief CONSERVATION WEEK: The Native Bird Recovery Group Richmond will be holding a display during conservation week in the Richmond Mall. The Tui Book, which features photographs of tui in local gardens, will be part of the display and is available to purchase and to win. The display will be in the mall from 9am to 5pm on Thursday and Friday. The book winner will be announced in Waimea Weekly. NBFC DONATES CASH: The Nelson Bays Community Foundation (NBCF) received over seventy applications for grants in their distribution round this year. This year there were more funds available and the committee decided on granting to seven charities: Alzheimers Nelson Tasman; the Hearing Association; Motueka Victim Support; Murchison Theatre; Nelson Tasman Multicultural Council; Richmond Riding for the Disabled and Whakatu Riding for the Disabled. DISAPPEARANCE ‘SUSPICIOUS’: The disappearance three and a half years ago of Nelson teenager Leo Lipp-Neighbours has finally been labelled suspicious by police. Police investigating the disappearance, say information received from the public has led them to the conclusion that Leo’s disappearance may not be an accident. Leo was last seen in Watson St, Nelson on Sunday January 24, 2010.

Peggy Martin wanted to earn her first set of new golf clubs on the course. Having started off with a second hand set that she didn’t know “one end from the other” in 1952, Peggy’s goal was to play to a 16 handicap, which was just two below her own at the time. But of course it just so happened Peggy achieved her goal around the time of her birthday, and was helped by her late husband Richard who went halves with her on a new set. Peggy used those clubs right throughout her amateur playing career, which was highlighted by being the ladies immediate champion at the Totaradale Golf Club, until 2007 when her “aging bones were the boss” and she had to retire, passing them down to a family member. Speaking ahead of Totaradale Golf Club’s 75th anniversary which is being held on October 5 and 6, the club’s life member explains that earning your new golfing equipment was just “what happened back then”. “When the blokes came back from overseas you couldn’t just go out and buy top of the range. We were quite happy with our two clubs and a putter.” Peggy, who didn’t start playing golf until her children were “old enough,” has many stories of when Richard treated her to new golfing equipment. “I said to my husband ‘if I win the championship will you buy me something?’ I came home, he asked how I got on, I said ‘oh, okay’. He asked how much I won by, I said ‘oh by about six or five’. Which is bloody good.” Because Richard was a butcher, Peggy says most of the time on the green happened during the weekends. And one day shortly after her own championship

Peggy Martin is a life member of Totaradale Golf Club, which is hosting its 75th anniversary in October. Photo: Phillip Rollo. victory, she was handed an envelope. silly statement once that golf was a good So what was inside? “This one,” Peggy game spoiled. You hit a ball and walk for smiles, pointing at the ring on her finger. miles to chase it. But I had to retract that “That was always a highlight, playing the phrase quite quickly. I enjoyed golf and I golf to earn the prize.” amazed myself that I could actually play Growing up in Wakefield, Totaradale it.” has been Peggy’s only golf club through- Peggy, who now lives at Oakwoods, says out her 60 plus year playing career. She social aspect of the club, which prides itplayed rounds on Tuesdays, which was self on being the friendliest, was second ladies day, and then once on the week- to none. “You couldn’t afford to go to the end. Peggy was a keen sportsperson, also night clubs so we made our own fun. I dabbling in cricket and tennis, but says think Totaradale would certainly take the golf was always number one. “I made a prize for hospitality.”

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Children used to walk themselves to Richmond Kindergarten when it first opened. There was no fence and they would splash about in a water trough outside. Oh, how things have changed. This Friday the kindergarten will celebrate its 50th birthday, an occasion its head teacher says is special for the community. “It was the first kindergarten building in Richmond,” says Robyn Amos, who has been there for more than 20 years. When asked what had changed the most since the kindergarten’s early

days, Robyn quickly answers “safety”. “Children would walk home by themselves and the fence didn’t have to be a certain height. The ratio of teachers to children has definitely increased,” she explains. The primary focus of a kindergarten, which operates all day now, has changed over the years too, and the teachers say it is more about transitioning children onto primary school. “Now there’s a curriculum that we work towards. We want these children to be successful at school so this is all about

making sure they have all the skills needed so they can succeed when they move on.” Olympian Anita Punt was a former student, and probably the most famous to attend the kindergarten. The schedule for the 50th birthday celebration includes an open day for past students from 8:30am until 12:45pm, a shared lunch with the current families and a dinner with previous staff members. Tracking down former teachers has been “a bit of a mission” but there will be some coming from out of town.

Club members told to pay up Suburban Club members have been told the club is in financial trouble and they each need to pay a $100 donation to help keep it afloat. In a letter dated September 4, the chairman and president of the club wrote to each of its 4800 members advising them that the club is in “substantial arrears” to the Inland Revenue Department and other creditors. Club chairman Ross Strawbridge told Waimea Weekly the situation was “gutting” and that the general manager of the club was no longer in the job. Included in the letter was an invoice for $100 and the plea for cash has also been promoted over the sound system in the club over the past week. But the board says it’s confident of paying off the $300,000 it owes by the end of September and has received a donation of more than $128,000 by one club member. “In light of this, the board has given an undertaking to our bank and major creditors that all of our remaining creditors will be cleared by September 30,” said the letter, signed by Ross Strawbridge and president Jim Reeves. It also said that the board became aware of the arrears in August as the debt had not been disclosed in monthly management reports. They say the club is trading profitably after some cost cutting measures.

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Having a par ty/event/func tion? Call our photographer 544 9037 or 027 532 6461 Angela Lithgow, Fiona Holmes and Kate Hambley at Lucy’s 30th birthday.

Tony Dyer and Kate Yelverton at HQ last Saturday night for Lucy’s birthday party.

Steve Neville, Kevin Hendrikson and Deidre Hodgson at HQ last weekend.

Rachael Fraine, Brenda Scott and Shaylee Taylor last weekend.

Tony Thomson, Felicity Thomson, Bronwyn Scott and Marg Hillerby. Adam Lithgow and Lucy Lithgow at Lucy’s 30th birthday party last weekend.

Dan Shallcrass and Sarah Shallcrass at Lucy’s 30th birthday party last weekend.

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Marney, Brad and Trey Kelling at Paul Ewing’s birthday celebration on Saturday night.

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gar Centre to allow for more exhibitors says Prue and the public can expect to see a wide variety of products and demonstrations from local small businesses. With a variety of child care, services and product specialists lined up, Prue says the expo is a must for local families. Incorporated into the expo is the ‘Great Baby Gear and Maternity Swap’ which offers the opportunity to clear out used

baby gear and maternity clothing and swap them or sell them. Proceeds from the swap will go to Sands, Stillbirth and Neonatal Death Support Nelson. Items for the swap need to be brought to the Trafalgar Centre - Friday afternoon/ evening along with the form at nelsonparentandchildexpo.co.nz. The expo begins this Saturday at 10am. Entry is by gold coin donation.

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the talents and courage of our youth ( I say courage because some of the tricks they pull off would challenge the bravest! BMX back flips anyone!?). It brings the community into the lives of our youth to encourage and appreciate their abilities. At these events, all the youth join in to encourage each other and offer each other advice and support. You just have to spend an afternoon at a Skate park to see how positive it is for everyone involved. Maybe Kit should do that? Are they not our future? Are they not worth just as much funding as cycle ways and roads. I would hope that a ‘review’ of the funding for these events would involve strong community consultation. Rant over. Back to work. Jacinda Nurse. The Tasman Band Tour and Skatepark Tour are great events that are run on a shoestring. I support their continued rollout through the council. Let’s support our young people, rather than just bitch and moan when they fall off the rails. I would have though Kit, as a former police officer, would have appreciated this. Tara Forde. Interesting statement from Kit Maling, I believe pre-school environmental education is too important to drop as this lacks foresight in increasing the next generation’s awareness of the health of our community and environs. Unfortunately once we decided to seal all

the roads in our district we didn’t think ahead about the enormous cost associated with maintaining them in a roadworthy condition. Sue Wilson. Council signs: It annoys me that councillors are allowed to put signs up all over the place at election time yet businesses get fined for having signs on the road side because it is a distraction to drivers. Seems like double standard to me. (Via text). Couple celebrate 70 years of marriage: Lovely story on the Teece’s, lovely couple. (Via text). Beautiful x Tania Morris. Aw they are so cute x. Louise Armstrong. Congratulations! Vicki York. Appleby Fair makes kids happy: Well done to the organisers of the Appleby School Fair. Another great day and my kids have just returned home with big smiles on their faces and plenty of stories to tell their nana. Thanks for the write up in the Weekly too, was good to know what they had going on this year. (Via text).

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Jayden Moore clears the obstacle in the Pig Carrying Competition 2012. The Taylors Wanderers Sports Club Pig Hunt Challenge is back, so put away your rugby boots and bring out your hunting gear for one more grand final. This is a chance for your Junior Rugby Club to win some cold hard cash, and what better way to wrap up the rugby season than a bit of friendly rivalry off the field, and in the bush. Now is the time to get your entries in for what is set to be another fantastic weekend of fun. It’s all about facing off against your rugby rivals for one last round, and putting a spotlight on the JAB players to support our up and coming rugby stars. The heaviest combined weight of each rugby club’s three heaviest boars takes home the trophy and a cash prize for their JAB section. Hunting will kick off at 12am Thursday September 19, and weigh in will be held on the Saturday from 2pm That gives you three days to get yourself a monster boar, so try your luck to be in to win some awesome prizes, and support a great local hunting competition. While the event benefits our local JAB players, it is not limited in any way to just rugby players. The event is open to any and all keen hunters; you can simply choose which local rugby club you want to hunt on behalf of when you enter. The hunt is hosted by the Taylors Wanderers Sports Club, who will be defending their title as champions of last year’s event. After last year’s hunt they have been parading the trophy proudly and they won’t be giving up the title without a

battle. Thanks to some extremely generous sponsors, there is a $15,000 prize pool up for grabs so not only can you take home a cash prize for your JAB, but you can also win yourself a prize for taking part. This year the competition is expected to draw huge crowds, since the announcement was made that Hunting Aotearoa will be filming the hunt for their TV programme. This is an awesome opportunity to put our town on the map and to rub shoulders with Matua Parkinson from the programme, so get out there and show him how it’s done in Tasman – but don’t give away all the good hunting spots! Last year’s competition saw more than 100 entries prior to the event, and 31 boars weighed in on the day. Alongside two stags, there was also an awesome amount of rabbits, possums, goats and hares, so the benchmark has been set for this year’s challenge. This year’s sections are Senior, Intermediate, Women and Junior with great cash prizes on the offering. The winner of average weight as usual, will walk away with the biggest prize, $1000 and the winner of the heaviest boar will take home $500. Second heaviest will earn $300, best tusks $100, and heaviest stag will win $250. The womens’ section prize for the heaviest pig will be $200, and second place will take home $100. The intermediate section will feature some great prizes for heaviest pig, second heaviest and third

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and literacy, preparing the children for their first years in primary school. Children find the transition to school a lot easier after attending Paula’s Academy and get an ideal head start to their early years in education. Preparation for school life is incredibly important, and the feedback Anthony and Stacey have received from both school teachers and parents has been really posi-

tive. “Teachers say that children that come from Richmond Academy are well equipped to learn, are able to focus, and have well developed self-help skills.” A common response from Parents is that their children are flying through the reading levels. The team have worked closely with local schools and new entrant teachers, to get the programme balance right, and the children who attend simply thrive in the environment. Smooth transitions are so important for both children and parents. From Paula’s Tiny Tots (for children aged under 2) to Paula’s Preschool Richmond and Richmond Academy, then onto Primary Schools, Parents feel comfortable that Paula’s deliver a seamless transition from

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one environment to another. There are limited spaces available with lots of interest, so parents need to enquire in advance to secure their child’s space in Richmond Academy. Prospective parents are welcome to visit the classrooms to see the kids in action at any time. To find out more about Paula’s Preschool and why it’s little family is perfect for your family, head along to the open day next Saturday between 10am and 2pm. This is a fantastic opportunity for anyone who is considering Paula’s Preschool for their child. Anthony and some of the friendly teachers will be on hand to give you more information while you explore the preschool. For more information or to register interest to enrol your child with Paula’s Preschool Richmond phone Claire 03 544 1456. Paula’s Preschool Richmond has a morning session that runs from 9am to 12pm and an afternoon session that runs from 1pm to 4pm. The centre is open from Monday to Friday 8am to 5pm, with maximum of 40 children per session.

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18A Gladstone Road, Richmond so much, they stick around for life. Leona Ellis, a long-serving member of the Tasman Tennis Club was made a Life Member at their recently-held AGM. Leona has served on the committee, organised and still runs the Tuesday mid-week ladies group and organises social tennis matches against other tennis ladies group in the area. Head to the Tasman Tennis club

courts this Saturday and find out what all the fun is about. The day will kick off at 10am, so bring your friends, bring your family or just bring yourself and have a go at tennis. Committee members and current players will be at the courts on Saturday to talk to you and answer any questions on membership, interclub – both junior and senior – and social events that the club offers.

Hiro Nagahama, 10, at junior tennis training at the Tasman Tennis Centre. The weather is warming up; spring is here and now is the perfect time to get into your tennis gear. If you’re ready to get back into the swing of things for the upcoming season, the Tasman Tennis Club can help. They are holding their annual open day, this Saturday September 14, and it’s promising to be a fun day out on the courts for all. The Tasman Tennis Club will be open from 10am and committee members, Coach Kolie van Zyl and junior helpers will be on hand ready to talk to you. Racquets and balls are available for use and this day is completely free to all those who want to try their hand at the game of tennis. ‘Have a Go Day’ is also happening this Saturday, which is all about encouraging school children to visit the club and ‘stay and play’, so expect to see people of all ages and stages down at the courts this weekend. Kolie has put together a comprehensive coaching programme to cater to all levels of ability from children as young as 5 years old, to adult players too, because you’re never too old or too young to pick up a racquet. A full range of interclub competitions, run by the Nelson Bays Tennis Assn. are on offer this coming summer season, so get amongst the fun now and visit the Tasman Tennis Club website, www. tasmantennisclub.co.nz for more information on how to get involved in these. Three Tasman Tennis Club players have been successful in gaining Tennis Scholarships in the USA. Alex Hunt and Breanne Johnson are into their second year and Laura Wehner has recently left

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brother, Willis Scott made his starting debut for Otago in the loss – a proud night for family and friends with Mitchell coming on to score the final try of the match, already a contender for try of the year. The Makos will travel north to Albany to face a winless North Harbour side this Friday night – a game they should win, before taking on Mike Coman’s Hawke’s Bay in Nelson the following weekend. While all eyes will be on the North Harbour game this weekend, Tasman fans will also be hoping for a Taranaki win against Ranfurly Shield holders Counties Manakau. If Taranaki wins, and can see off Bay of Plenty in the first challenge, Tasman would get the second challenge – plenty of what ifs, but a real possibility.

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The school books were left at home and replaced with football boots, kicking tees, hockey sticks and road bikes as Waimea College’s budding sport stars headed across the country while the annual tournament week took place. While Waimea College tasted some success across the codes, it was an overall mixed week results-wise. In Nelson three major tournaments were held, the Lotto Premier Girls New Zealand Secondary School Football Championship, the Marie Fry Hockey Tournament and the AA Zone 4 Secondary School Basketball Premiership – the latter being a South Island competition. In the football, the girls first XI finished a very credible 11th position. A solid defensive line, featuring Junior Football Fern Emily Jensen, leaked only eight goals all tournament, and the side managed to hold eventual winners Mt Albert Grammar School to just 0-1. In the hockey the girls first XI had a tough week but managed to finish on a high note, thrashing Kamo High School 10-0 in the last game to end

the tournament in 15th place and avoid the dreaded 16th spot. Kirsty Heyward and Brittani Harrington both got hat-tricks in the final game. None of the basketball teams managed to qualify for nationals, with local rivals Nayland College taking out the boys section of the South Island tournament. The Waimea College girls team were the top Nelson side, however, finishing ninth place. Other results from around the country included the U15 rugby team which finished second at the co-ed tournament in Christchurch, losing the final to John McGlashen. Waimea qualified through to the final after edging Burnside 19-12 in the semi final. The senior A netball team also had a successful trip, finishing third place at the South Island competition to secure a spot at nationals. The boys first XI couldn’t win back the Jim Wishart football trophy they won last year, ending the second tier tournament in fourth place. The junior boys basketball team, which traveled to Dunedin, had to settle for a minor placing, but won its final game against Kavanagh, completely dominating them 74-24.

Max for Mayor I am locally educated, have lived most of my life in Richmond and I am a Registered Nurse and a paramedic. I have seen our district grow dramatically especially in the last ten years. As a local business owner and Managing Director of MediMax for more than fifteen years I have developed an extensive working network throughout the district and have a strong sense of what the people of Tasman want from their Council. The people of Tasman are saying it is time for a change.  Rates must be affordable and fair – we cannot have another Headingly Lane.  Core services must again become our priority. We need a flexible policy, however, so that funds can be reallocated should we again face circumstances such as the recent flooding of homes and businesses.  The majority of Tasman residents are opposed to amalgamation. It is possible to work co-operatively without amalgamating.  The current Council has borrowed $100 million in the last 6 years. Borrowing currently stands at $159 million and is expected to rise to $311 Million. We must regain control over this excessive spending.  The proposed Lee Valley Dam must not go ahead. The only capacity it has is to financially ruin our district. Other safer and more affordable options for irrigation and water supply are available – let’s investigate them first before spending even more money.  We must balance the growth of our local industries with protecting our unique and beautiful environment.

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TEEN TOO QUICK: A scorching first lap by Waimea College’s Scott Barr put him at the front of the pack, and that’s where he stayed. Competing in the Under-17 catergory, Scott took out the first round of the Nelson Mountain Bike Club’s Cross Country Series, held at Codger’s Mountain Bike Park on Sunday morning. Meg Bichard was the in-form rider of the women’s category, edging out Ingrid Richter by 1 min over the 6 laps they raced. Full results from the race can be found at nelsonmountainbikeclub.org.nz. Round 2 of this series will also be held on October 13 and will incorporate the South Island Masters Games. Photo: Phillip Rollo.

It was down to the nitty gritty Carol Cook at Saxton Courts on Saturday as Nelson Netball’s semi finals were Netball Reporter played in brilliant over head coneditorial@waimeaweekly.co.nz ditions. There were some tired bodies given the fact that the local unbeaten to take the top seed and colleges had competed at the South played fourth place Tapawera NelIsland Secondary School Tourna- son Honey in the semi final. From the first whistle ment in Christchurch. Garin were focussed The season’s results and totally in control. count for nothing Wing attack, Poppy as the slate is wiped Restieaux was potent cleaned and anything off the line and along can happen in semiwith centre, Makaila finals netball. The top Powick offered punch four qualified for the through court. They semis with 1 v 4 and supplied an abundance 2 v 3, which in theory of quality to shootshould produce the ers Sjaan Hungerford top two teams for next and Olivia Nott who week’s final. converted with ease It would be fair to say despite the hard work that Garin have had of Tapawera’s circle dean up and down seafenders Melanie Neve son – the first round and Chevan Katene. they were near the top in Grade 2, a couple of Poppy Restieaux. Garin galloped out to a 11–4 lead at the first below par performancbreak and had extended the mares in the second round, when they were well beaten saw them relegat- gin to 18–8 at the major break. Taranaki Wellington Manawatu ed to Grade 3 on goal differential Garin continued to build and alvs vs vs Round 5 Hawke’s Bay Bay of Plenty Southland though they outscored Tapawera for the Championship Round. The girls would have been disap- 21–8 in the second half they did Phillip Rollo 24/30 pointed in relegation, however to not have the same flow through Phillip Rollo court. their credit they reassessed their Reporter goals for the remainder of the sea- The 39–16 win means Garin will editorial@waimeaweekly.co.nz Janet Bennett 23/30 Waimea son and have came out fighting. now meet the talented Garin went through the round College 10A team in the final.

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Nelson Dawnbreakers Fishing Club The Dawnbreakers Fishing club held their open day on Sunday at their new venue the Tasman Bay Cruising Club, with a fantastic turnout of keen and interested anglers. There were over 80 members signed up for the new season on the day, with at least 60 per cent of those being new to the club. Being a nice hot sunny day with a BBQ going flat out, new members were able to meet and mingle with previous members to gain an appreciation of what the club is all about. New members had various reasons for joining the club which included how to fish certain areas, learn new techniques from experienced fisherman to increase their hook up rates, be able to socialise on a regular basis, the use of measuring boards, partake in club fishing outings including day trips and weekends away. Everybody who hadn’t been to the Tasman Bay Cruising Club before were very impressed with the buildings well setup interior, its warm inviting atmosphere, to the decks that look out over the boat ramp and marina. With our club days now being on a Sunday afternoon from 3 till 5pm, there will be no better place to enjoy an afternoon drink and talk about fishing. We already have club trips organised to Okiwi Bay, French Pass, and Havelock along with day trips around the Top of The South. Also on our Club Days we will have guest speakers from the likes of MAF, Niwa, Coastguard, and some of our own club members parting with their vast wealth of information gained from years of experience on the water. The only catch to enjoying not only the above information and club venue but the up to date fishing reports on when, where and how the fish are biting, is to join the club. With our large number of members

Gavin Williams with a 10kg plus snapper caught and released at D’urville. which by opening day will be well over 120 members, we will be able to cover a wide area of the ocean, enabling us to put you on the hot spots quicker than ever. Our season starts on October 1 so there are still a few weeks to get signed up and on our email list. Just to let you all know we have it on good authority that the snapper are on the move and coming our way. Our scouts are now out on a weekly basis following the snapper from D’urville Island to Tasman Bay and will keep us informed. D’urville is still producing some large double digit snapper with slow jigs doing the damage. Delaware and Cable Bay are still the best local spots for picking up gurnard, kahawai and small snapper at the moment and will continue to get better as the water temperature starts to rise. After reading this and you are keen to find out a bit more about the DBFC, check out our website http://www. sportsground.co.nz/dawnbreakersfishingclub/58328/1/ for our latest info and where you will also find an online membership form or else our email address is dawnbreakersfc@ gmail.com.

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Trophy well within Richmond’s reach Richmond Athletic will look to end the football season on a high note when it challenges FC Nelson Sprig & Fern in the Price Charity Cup final. The last game of the winter season will double as Richmond’s last chance to win a trophy this year, having finished second in the league and then struggling to sixth place in the Top of the South competition. Coach Marc Evans, who took over the reigns at the beginning of the division one season, is well aware of what’s at stake and believes his young side are a good chance to win against the league champions. “We’ve

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got a good bunch of lads and they’re certainly up for it,” he says. “We’re a young bunch but as the season has gone on we’ve done better and better. We lost twice to FC Nelson 3-0, and then drew, and then we beat them in our last encounter, so hopefully we can continue that run of form this weekend.” Richmond players had a week off training last week, with a handful of the youngsters involved at national secondary school tournaments with

Waimea College, but the side was back together last night putting the final touches on their finals preparations. There are two other Richmond sides contesting trophies on the final weekend of football. The Richmond Colts side are into the Glen Stephens Trophy final against Flight Cell Tahunanui first XI, a tournament contested by division two, three and four teams, while Richmond Thistle will take on Golden Bay in the A.R. Hurst Trophy final, a knockout cup just for division three teams. All three finals will be played at Saxton Field from 1:15pm.

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Fresh Focus Paul Blackham speaking about “The Global Financial Crisis: Why it happened & how it will end”. Mon 16 Sept 10-11am. Nelson Suburban Club 168 Tahuna Drive. All welcome. Entry $2. Forest & Bird Fri 20 Sept, 7.30pm, Tahuna SchoolPenguins, Albatrosses & Other Wild Photo Stories - celebrate the release of Tui De Roy, Mark Jones & Julie Cornthwaites new book about penguins. A talk including adventures, spectacular photos & book signing. SeniorNet Nelson will meet at 2pm Wed, 18 Sept. SeniorNet rooms, Pioneers Park, Hastings St, (opp. Spotlight). Anyone over 50 & interested in computers is welcome. This month’s topic, “Hearing loss & help available” With Bridget Thompson” (Hearing Association). Timely for our age group! Nelson Royal New Zealand Air Force Association is Sponsoring a Service of Commemoration & Thanksgiving on Sun Sept 15. To be held at the RSA section of the Suburban Club, Tahuna at 11am. Members of the public welcome to attend Lunch on the Hill Tues 17 Sept. Tea & coffee served from 11.30am. Lunch at 12pm. All Welcome. Holy Trinity Church, 27 Dorset St Richmond. Ph 5448844 Community Concert The Take A Change Singers invite you to their annual concert on Sun 22 Sept at the Hope Community Church, 114 Ranzau Rd, Hope at 2pm. Entry is $5 or a gold coin for senior citizens / students. Afternoon tea provided. Native Bird Recovery display for Conservation Week in Richmond Mall on Thurs 12 Sept 11am to 12pm & Fri 13 Sept 11am – 12pm & 2pm to 3pm. Go in the Draw to win the new Tui Book Spring Fling Clothes Swap Saturday 21 Sept, 1.30-4pm, Richmond Town Hall. Clothes, jewellery, accessories. $10 & swaps. Fundraiser for Nelson Harmony Chorus. For info ph Trish 5448876 Combined Probus Club of Waimea - for active men & women retirees. Meeting 10am Thurs 19

Sept at Hope Community Church Ranzau Road Hope. Ample parking, level entry. Val 5444134 Step Outside Exhibition Photographic Artworks by Emma Louise Barley. Richmond Library during Sept. 20% of all sales donated to The Brook Waimarama Sanctuary. Ph: 5438500 for info A service of Commemoration & Thanksgiving for Victory in the Battle of Britain & Pacific Battles is being held on Sun Sept 15 at 11am at the RSA section of the Suburban club. All welcome. Sponsored by Nelson Royal New Zealand Air Force Association. Richmond Kindergarten celebrating Fifty Years of fun & learning in our current building, 24 Florence St on Fri 13 Sept Open Day from 9-12am & a Social get together with drinks & nibbles from 5-7pm (cost $15) for past teachers and parents. Cherry Blossom Festival Miyazu Garden Atawhai Dr Sun 22 Sept 11:30am-2pm Free Admission 11:30 Opening featuring Rai Jin Taiko Drummers. Nelson Miyazu Sister City Association & Nelson Japanese Society Nelson Truck Show 19 Oct 11am–4pm Stoke School Grounds Main Road Stoke Trucks, Concrete Mixers, Tow Truck, Swing lifter + more Raffles Food Drinks for sale gold coin entry Plunket Baby Bonanza Sat Oct 19 9am–12pm at the Hope Hall, Richmond Table bookings now open, $20 large, $10 small and $5 space Contact Lisa for more info on 5424496 or footies2012@ vodafone.co.nz Bread making workshop Richmond Library. Learn the tricks of the trade for successful home bread making. Sat 14 Sep, 10.30am-12.00pm. Free but bookings essential. Ph 5438500 for more info Recipe Exchange Be part of Richmond Library’s Sept Food Promotion. Bring in a favourite recipe any time during September and exchange if for another. Ph 5438500 for more info Parish Fair Sat 12 Oct Wesley Centre 4 Wensley

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mond Walkers Entry level group, social focus & enjoyment of walking, not speed. No Charge. Also Ease in2 Cycling Cycle Skills Training available All Welcome. No Charge Wed’s 1-3pm Social Cycling, gain confidence. Ph: Sarah Sport Tasman 9232313 or Sarah.H@sporttasman.org.nz Crisis Pregnancy Support. Unexpected pregnancy can be scary but there are people who can help. Free, confidential service to help you discover support available to continue your pregnancy. St Lukes Health Center 0800004277 or visit crisispregnancysupport.co.nz Life Line Nelson. Feeling sad, stressed or stuck? Identify & explore new ways to move forward with a LifeLine Nelson Counsellor. Call 24/7, 5482400 or ph our crisis line to talk to a Counsellors ‘New’ Core Balance class.Wed & Fri 10.30–11.30am at AMI Suburbs Club Rooms. Lightweight circuit that uses your own body weight as resistance. Cost $6. & Core ‘N’ Floor class. Mon 10.30–11.30am at Ami Suburbs Club Rooms. Designed to help you regain strength & control post pregnancy. Costs $6 or concessions available. Also Super Saxton Circuit on Mon, Wed & Fri 9.15–10.15am at AMI Suburbs Club Rooms. Using your own body weight as resistance & working to increase cardiovascular fitness. Cost $6. Ph Sport Tasman 5467910. ToastMasters Develop your personal confidence by learning the skills of public speaking at Madhatters every Fri 7-8:30am in the AA Boardroom at 45 Halifax St. For info, call Catrin at 5390919 Richmond Playcentre invites families with children 0 to 6 years old. A fun & relaxed atmosphere. Come & enjoy 3 free visits 46 Waverly St. Mon, Wed & Fri 9.30-12pm or Ph: 5446316 Celebrate Recovery weekly programme dealing with drugs, alcohol, gambling or other issues where you need support. Join us at Richmond Community Church, Warring carpark. Tues 7pm. Ph Bob & Jacquie 5380282

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12 Cargill Place, (off Beach Richmond 4A Gladstone Road,Road) Richmond

Ph: 544 1212

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BUILDER

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0800 427 782

10 Kebal Place Stoke

4A Gladstone Road, 12 Cargill Place, Richmond (offRichmond Beach Road)

027 8888 010 or 547 1500

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155 Trafalgar St

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or 03 544 1212

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(walkway beside T&T Children)

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MAKING HEIGHT EASY

21 Elms Street, Wakatu Estate, Stoke

ALTERATIONS

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Accounts for Non-Accountants!

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AGRICULTURAL

ALARMS Nelson

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Ph: 03 545 6171

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CARPET CLEANING

CLEANING

Carpet cleaning professionals

o Dynamic Du

Specialising in

022 689 7076 03 546 4672

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ELECTRICIAN

Talk to us for all your electrical requirements for your new or existing home

Ph 544 2105

proprietor

Phone now on

545 1053

We supply new We replace existing We service all

Stu Newport Ph: 027 55 22 883

PAINTER

Manor Property Services Ltd Painting & decorating

• Interior, exterior & roofs • Domestic & commercial • Airless spraying • Scheduled maintenance programs "Your one stop shop for all your property maintenance requirements" 0800 677 005

www.mpsnelson.co.nz

SEWING

TAKEAWAYS

Sew for U Bridal Formal Childrens Alterations - zips, hems, mending

544 7285 No job too small

Stephen Oliver

www.conquerordoors.com

76 Oxford St, Richmond email: anne@nzec.co.nz

Liz McLean

Quick Drying All Year Round All General Cleaning Professional Service

GARAGE DOORS

RENOVATING? BUILDING?

Ellis St, Brightwater

(Plunket Rooms, next to Petrol Station)

Contact Dean 544 5784

Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning

April and Tony Cooke

www.enviro.co.nz

Meeting Sunday 10.30am

10% OVFANF CED

AD NGS BOOKI

All domestic work

24/7 phone: 03 548 2831 nelson@enviro.co.nz

CONCRETE

CLEANING

Carpet, rugs & vinyl Carpet stains Upholstery Mould Pest control

Hot water extraction carpet cleaning IICRC internationally qualified

MAIN ROAD APPLEBY

Phone orders welcome

544 0203 Sundial Square Richmond Open 7 Days 11am - Late

Fully Trained, Security Screened

Biblical Christ-Centred Worship Services:

www.h-hconcrete.co.nz

Sunday 10:30 am & 5 pm

GARDENING

GARDENING

www.rcnzonline.com/nelson

AL FRESCO

Beautiful Gardens

Garden & Property Maintenance

Landscaping Lawn Care & Mowing Chipping of Greenwaste Stump Grinding Pre-Sale Garden Tidy-up Gardening Hedge Trimming Section Clearing Greenwaste Removal

Al.fresco@xtra.co.nz www.al-fresco.co.nz

Adam Brumwell

Painting - Exterior/Interior - Airless Spraying - Waterblasting - New & Old Work - Fully Qualified Tradesman - Obligation Free Quote

Qualified Tradesman

26 Years Experience

“I’ll turn up on time”

Locally owned and operated

AH/Fax: 544 3177

Lawn Mowing & Edges All trimming Full garden tidy-ups Experienced, honest & reliable

Call Adam

027 671 8417 or 544 9415

Ph: Kevin Wells

027 293 5280 or 541 0496

PANEL BEATER

• • • • • •

All Insurance Claims Panelbeating Chassis Straightening Repaints 2-pack Touch Ups Call Tony Johnston

90 VANGUARD ST NELSON PH: 548 3954 027 548 3954

Work Place First Aid Courses

HARRIS TRAINING SERVICES LTD

Ph 544 9180 Corporate Rates Available

Sunday Services 15 September 9.00am Morning Worship 10.30am Holy Communion Theme: Sternness and Kindness All Welcome

www.holytrinityrichmond.org.nz

TRAINING

12, 19, 20, 27, 28 8, 18, 19, 31 12, 21, 29, 30 5, 12, 13, 14

Holy Trinity Anglican Church

Wednesday 10.00am Holy Communion

TRAINING

Sept: Oct: Nov: Dec:

(03)547-3255

27 Dorset St, Richmond Phone 544-8844

544 0444

021 255 6163

QUENTIN EARLE

quentinearle@xtra.co.nz

Ph (03) 544 9418

Call Andrew or Wendy Neame

PAINTER

027 232 1550

• Driveways • Floors • Decorative Surfacing • Commercial • Residential 68 Gladstone Road, Richmond

Quick - Efficient Professional

PAINTER

Painter Decorator

We’d love to see you there

Registered Trainer, Assessor & EPA Test Certifier • Growsafe & Approved Handler Certification • Chainsaw • Tree Felling • Quad Bike • Tractor • WTR Endorsements

For course dates see www.harristraining.co.nz

Ph: 544 4062

Mob: 0274 574 775

info@harristraining.co.nz

Richmond Church of Christ Sunday 10am Speaker Warren Hardig from USA 5.30pm Shared tea with MFM international team Cnr Darcy & Croucher Streets Ph 544 5415

ST DAVID’S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

11 Florence Street, Richmond Worship Services This Sunday: 9.30am Worship and Communion 2.00pm Super Two and Communion

www.stdavidschurch.co.nz Phone 544 8387

10.00am Worship Celebration Warring Carpark (Behind No.1 Shoes) 243 Queen St Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Parish, Richmond

Weekend Mass Times Saturday Vigil 7.00pm Richmond Church 35 William Street Sunday 8.00am St Joseph’s Pitfire Road, Wakefield 9.30am Richmond Church 5.00pm Last Sunday of every month St’s Peter & Paul Moutere Highway All Welcome! Ph 544 8987 www.richmondcatholic.co.nz


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