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Have you got what it takes to step into those big black boots of Santa’s? It’s no secret the big man in red is flat out in the lead-up to Christmas. So while he’s busy loading his sleigh with presents and preparing his reindeer for the big trip around the globe, he needs someone to step up and take his place in his grotto at Richmond Mall. Mall manager Belinda DeClercq says the applicant needs to be “friendly, enjoy kids and happy to chat” and available every day from December 13-23. Santa’s even been so kind as to loan the Mall a spare outfit for the successful applicant to wear and there will be giveaways, lollies and sticker books provided to pass onto children. You would need to make sure you forward any of the children’s orders to Santa himself and be happy with life in front of a camera. Anybody interested in the paid position can apply by emailing Belinda@richmondmall.co.nz Richmond Mall manager Belinda DeClercq and Maria Baker enjoy Santa’s company. Photo: Supplied.

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National leader in town On Thursday, June 14, resi- structure and says under dents have an opportunity his leadership National will to meet with new National keep its strong focus on the Party leader Simon Bridges economy. from 10am at the Heading- As a proud dad to three young children, Simon is ly Centre in Richmond. keen to listen to Simon is travelling nationwide New Zealanders, to understand over the coming their priorities weeks in a bid for New Zealand to meet with as in the 2020s. many New ZeaHe’s got an enerlanders as possigetic and united ble and connect team around him with our comwho all back New munities. Zealanders to Simon says he’s succeed and are keen to hear National Party passionate about about what matleader Simon New Zealand’s ters to locals. Bridges will be future. The former at Richmond’s Simon has also Crown ProsecuHeadingly Centre committed Nator has spent the on Thursday. Pholast 10 years in tional to be a new to: Supplied. form of opposipolitics, in Ministerial roles in economic tion, fighting hard against development and infra- Labour.

There’s no doubt that household bills are the scourge of the daily grind, so when a refund of some sort is available you think it would be seized. Yet Patrick Adamson, the Network Tasman Trust secretary, advises that consumers have thousands of dollars in unclaimed distribution cheques. On 1 December, 2017, Network Tasman Trust distributed to consumers 35,012 cheques

with a total value of $3,124,160. As of 28 May, 2018, approximately 2,000 cheques totalling $190,000 had not been cashed by consumers. The Trust is anxious to ensure that all receive their entitlement and Patrick urges consumers to present their cheques as soon as possible. Once cheques are six months old banks will not accept them, but the Trust will re-issue them

for up to five years from the original date of issue. The Trust is calling time on issuing cheques and any future distributions made by will be credited onto your power account. If you have a stale cheque please contact Alicia or Patrick at the Trust’s office at Craig Anderson Ltd, 270a Queen Street, Richmond, 03 544 6179, reception@caca.co.nz

Tasman farmers need to rally together to stop the spread of the mycoplasma bovis outbreak, says Agriculture Minister Damien O’Connor. The Government announced on Monday, May 28, that it plans to attempt to eradicate the cattle disease from New Zealand instead of manage it, in what it says is a move to protect the national herd and the future of the farming sector. This comes almost one year after the first confirmed case was notified to MPI in July 2017. It’s expected that the total number of cattle to be culled will exceed 140,000. An MPI spokesperson says there are currently no properties in Tasman or the West Coast that are actually infect-

ed, though Tasman has one property with a notice of direction and the West Coast two. Notices of Direction (NoDs) are issued to farms when an inspector or authorised person considers that movement of stock and other goods from a property poses a risk of spreading mycoplasma bovis. “This can be when animals from infected properties have been moved to that property, but testing has not yet taken place or results of testing are pending. NoDs are also issued when specific directions need to be given, for example to cull stock.” MPI is still not sure how the bacteria made it into the country and investigations are ongoing to confirm if the first

farm to show clinical signs was where the disease even originated. Damien O’Connor says that there have been some delays in containing the outbreak. “If anything, this will signal to farmers the value in keeping accurate records,” says Damien. Tapawera dairy farmer Philip Riley acknowledges that “it’s going to be devastating for the farmers affected by it”, but says the government has made the right decision. “They’ve got to have a crack at (eradicating) it.” If successful, New Zealand will be the first country in the world to do so and MPI says the welfare of both farmers and their animals is at the heart of the decision.

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Art Group Nelson will host their annual Winter exhibition at the Stoke Hall, on June 15 & 16. Helen Winter, a member of the group for 10 years, says, “I try to get to as many classes as possible. I am still learning and absolutely love it. It is a nice way of relaxing and getting away from the stresses of life.” For more information on the group go to www.artgroupnelson.org.nz Likewise, Suter Art Gallery has given eight new artists the chance to display their work, in the McKee Gallery, from June 11 - July 1. The exhibition covers a wide range of styles, and several local artists have work hanging in Richmond artist, Helen Winter, with some of her paintings that she will be overseas countries. Exhibition opens June 14. exhibiting for Art Group Nelsons exhibition weekend, on June 16 and 17. For more information go to www.nsas.net.nz Photo: Amy Russ.

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Wakefield resident Brian Duncan got a ‘neat surprise’ when he got a phone call from his friend Bob Croy to say that a ring he was given, and lost half a decade ago, was found at Brian’s parents’ old home by a metal detector. Ian Spriggs had enlisted the help of Stewart Gill and his metal detector to recover a set of keys, lost in the area, after clearing vines from the Duncan’s former property. The keys were retrieved, along with a signet ring marked with the initials BJD. Bob had stopped to say hi to Ian, and the two men showed him the ring. Bob put the pieces of the puzzle together when he linked the initials with the Duncan’s. “I thought

it’s got to be from the Duncan’s, somehow, and I must have because they used to live there.” trodden on it, or driven over it, Brian says he and embedded it asked Bob over in the ground.” the phone if it It was given to was found under Brian by former the feijoa tree, to girlfriend Noewhich the reply lene Story in the was yes. late 1960’s. The “I can shut my two, who remain eyes now and I friends to this day, can clearly see myhad a bit of a laugh self taking it off to when Brian rang wash the car at my Noelene let her parent’s home,” know it had been says Brian, “it was found, “I actually a Saturday mornhadn’t told her for ing and I was usfew years that I ing the tap round Brian in 1967 with the had even lost it. I by the feijoa tree. signet ring on his right knew what it was I didn’t want it to hand. Photo: Supplied. when Bob told me fall off into the what they found, it soapy water or scratch my car. all came back to me in an inIt has ended up on the ground, stant.”

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From the court to coffee Emily Beaumont While sales is nothing new to Brendon Bailey running a café sure is, but the former Giants basketball player and coach is taking it all in his stride alongside his wife Lee-anne. The couple took over Zink café, bbq and heating store, on Richmond’s Champion Rd, in May this year after deciding it was time for a change. “It’s been really good. We have an awesome staff so that has made it a lot easier,” says Brendon. Opening their doors from 6.30am Monday to Friday, plenty of customers have become reliant on securing their morning coffee fix from Zink. And it’s a good fix too, they’re served up Sublime coffee accompanied by Oaklands milk. The cafe prides itself on supplying customers with smooth rich coffee that is full of flavour and producing on-site an array of freshly made, wholesome food with gluten and dairy-free options available. It’s quite possibly the warmest café in the region with models of their various heating options cranking to ensure a cosy atmosphere. They’re the area’s Weber BBQ spe-

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happen now, but not like it used to be.” There are 25 members in the patrol group, and Mike says, “we have a really great representation of people from 19 years old to their late 70’s, it’s a very diverse group from all walks of life. They are a good solid crew.” As well as the patrol group, Mike has also played his part on the committee for both Waverley St and Henley Kindy, is currently the secretary of Neighbourhood Support Waimea, treasurer of Richmond Community Patrol and is secretary of Community Patrol NZ Tasman District committee. “I enjoy it, they are all great people to work with and that’s what I like about our community patrol.” Marty says Mike has been made a Life Member of the patrol, due to all the hard work that he has done over the years. “Mike has always been very approachable and has led the group very well. He is always willing to to assist the community where and when required.”

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Family donation helps centre to teach sustainability Amy Russ The Selwyn family were so taken by First Years Richmond’s beliefs that they made a donation to the

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get to learn all about water sustainability. They were part of the entire process, learning about the water coming from the sky when it rained, to hitting the roof and sliding down the roof and into the guttering and going down the drainpipe and into the barrel, to come out of the tap. We have a big sustainability focus, it is a big part of our culture.” The children are taught all about gardening and composting, the plants, the water and the sun. “The kids are our future,” says Karina, “it’s important to start instilling those beliefs of looking after

our planet now. This is the age where children learn so much. The whole purpose is the idea that you teach them now and as they grow up they know it is important. Our learning goes right down to the rubbish, keeping the gardens clean and sweeping the path.” For Lisa Selwyn, she thinks very highly of what the centre is trying to achieve, “I love the centre, it is such a family environment here, and their learnings and beliefs have pushed me to be aware of our environment as well. The outdoor area was a key point for me, it’s just brilliant.”

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Specsavers Richmond store manager Craig Hockley and co-directors Mick Toll and Brechon Mutch look on as Tasman mayor Richard Kempthorne cuts the ribbon with Belinda DeClercq, centre manager of Richmond Mall. Nelson-Tasman residents have access to state-of-the-art eyecare services thanks to a brand-new store at Richmond Mall. With five consulting rooms and a large frame display area, the new and improved Specsavers Richmond is more than double the size of its original premises and will offer its growing customer base free access to cutting-edge eyecare technology. After 10 years at the original location, co-directors Mick Toll and Brechon Mutch and store manager Craig Hockley were excited to reopen their

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dimensional images of the eye. “OCT screening can help detect a range of diseases including glaucoma and diabetes, and is included in every comprehensive eye test at our store.” says Mick. “Many patients don’t realise that an eye examination is more than just checking your vision for glasses. While that is always an element, an eye test is actually an important health check that even people with good vision should have at least once every two years.” Specsavers Richmond has four optometrists’ testing seven days per week and offers free

Clockwise from left: Co-director Mick Toll with Specsavers Richmond store manager Craig Hockley. The store is offering a new OCT diagnostic scanning machine which can help detect a range of diseases. Sumer Curtis and the rest of the team are all enjoying their new premises. The display area in the brand-new store is more than double the size of its original premises. comprehensive eye exams to all patients under 16. AA Members are also entitled to one free eye exam every two years. Book an appointment online at www.specsavers.co.nz/ stores/richmond, call 03 544 2020 or come in and visit the Specsavers Richmond team at Richmond Mall, Richmond, Nelson, South Island 7020.

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them to 14-nil. The Waimea lads drifted out of the game for the next 20 minutes but luckily the defence held strong for them until the halftime break. With a wee tune-up and a bit of focus at half-time Waimea started the second half on fire and it was Ben Amberger again straight after the whistle, scampering round under the posts for a double. From then the Waimea boys pushed on with Tom Crosbie and Chris King steering the ship home comfortably. Wanders RFC Women’s 10 v Waimea Old Boys RFC Women’s 91 Waimea Ladies travelled to Brightwater to play local rivals Wanderers Ladies. Wanderers have worked well in getting a ladies team up and running and have been building in numbers throughout the season.

It was always going to be hard day for Wanderers playing against the more experienced Waimea team that have been led well by captain Stephanie Mitchell who, along with Tessa Hiller, Anna Bradley, Jaunita Thomson and Jessica Foster-Lawrence is currently training with the Mako ladies highperformance squad. Waimea asserted themselves by scoring an early try after just two minutes. Wanderers responded with some good passages of play but were held tryless by a staunch and committed Waimea defence. When Waimea gained possession, Wanderers defence stood firm and applied pressure that resulted in passes being forced by Waimea and lots of handling errors ensuing. The constant pressure by Waimea began to have an effect on Wanderers and soon gaps were created. Waimea started making lots of ground and tries began to flow.

At half-time Waimea led 43-0, both coaches spoke about swapping players but the Wanderers coach said he was pleased with his team’s commitment and effort. Straight from the kick off, Waimea scored again. Waimea’s coach made wholesale changes, bringing off the more experienced players and giving the less experienced an opportunity for more game time. Waimea were still playing attacking rugby which resulted in scoring tries. Waimea then reduced playing numbers, which saw Wanderers start to see some reward for their hard work and they went on to score two well-deserved tries. Waimea’s coach Adam Fraine said afterwards that the score line didn’t really reflect the game. It was a bruising encounter with both teams losing players through some big collisions. He said that Waimea have been working hard on their defensive

Nelson Matters Nelson was rightly in celebration mode over the weekend for the opening of the $9.5m refurbishment and strengthening of our School of Music. I am in awe of our pioneers who established the school in 1894. It was a first for New Zealand. It set Nelson apart so early in our history as a city of culture and creativity. The original 500 seat auditorium was opened in 1901 by Lady Ranfurly. Thomas Cawthron donated the organ in 1913. The Rainey House extension was added in 1966 and the Kidson Building in 1971. Murray and Jocelyn Sturgeon generously donated the Steinway piano

in 2009. It was a blow for our musical community when the building had to be closed in 2013 due to earthquake risk. Heritage buildings can be a nightmare to refurbish. Too often we defer so long that demolition becomes inevitable. We lost the beautiful architecture and heritage of Nelson’s Provincial Chambers in the 1960s out of neglect. I am pleased to have helped secure direct Government funding support of $1.5 million as well as contributions from the Rata Foundation of $850,000 and Lotteries of $1.2 million. The Nelson Council provided $3.3 million with the bal-

ance from the School of Music and community fundraising. I am not surprised the cost of the project stretched by about a million dollars as nasty surprises were found during the restoration. The core architectural features have been retained but the building has been made much more usable for modern performances. It has gone from one of our most dangerous buildings in an earthquake to one of our safest. The benefits of this refurbished building are educational, cultural and economic. The educational gain is that it will support a new generation of musical talent. The

structures and today the defence was fantastic and stopped Wanderers attacking play. He also said that Wanderers deserved a lot of credit as they never stopped trying for the entire game and showed a gritty determination. Waimea players of the day were: Three points to Tessa Hiller who, after receiving very sad news of a family member passing away this week, stood up and had a massive game in both attack and defence, showing her true spirit. The whole Waimea Club would like to send their condolences to Tessa and her family. The inspirational captain Stephanie Mitchell earns two points, not only for how she played but for how she led the team. Anya Schultz gained one point for taking every opportunity in using the space created by her teammates and scoring four tries.

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Richmond Athletic AFC’s 13th grade Waimea Print Express Red Devils team had a close encounter with their FC Nelson opponents at Neale Park on Saturday, June 9. A good early run and cross from Nat Gill saw the crossbar rattled early, and shortly after Richmond’s goalie was tested but remained solid between the posts. Some great defensive work from Julian Woodhead, who was later named man of the match, helped the team finish the first half at 0 - 0. An early goal for Richmond in the second half, after a super pass from Callum Cousins to set up the goal, gave them the lead, however it was cancelled out when Nelson scored from the penalty spot to go 1 - 1. Tom Appleton then added a goal after a great cross, with the goalie only managing to deflect it into the net. FC Nelson replied again with a great longrange shot to make it 2 - 2. And with the pressure on both teams, James Stilwell scored the deciding goal, showing some real pace when it counted, meaning the Richmond team finished 3 - 2 winners. It was an exciting game enjoyed by a great turn out of supportive parents and spectators. In the U17 division, the Car Company Richmond Glory played Nelson College Academy at Jubilee Park and, with their opponent playing a nice style of football, knew they were in for a tough chal-

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Hockey teams on fire There has been another great week of hockey played, after round seven of Hockey Nelson’s 2018 club competition saw division one men’s team Tasman, take

out Waimai United 7-1 on Saturday, June 9, and Waimai United NC win 3-0 against Stoke. Division two women’s team Tasman Black drew against Federal

Ravens, while Tasman Green won 5-1 against Waimai United. Tasman White scored a single goal against Federal Falcons, winning 1-0, and Federal streamed

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I L DE E R S LR TD D You only have to see the smiles on their faces and their enthusiasm for playing basketball – that says it all. The special education department at Waimea College started the Waimea Tornadoes Basketball team in 2009. Coach Ed Book says “that year we went to Palmerston North for our first Special Olympics summer game. We just thought it would be a one-off but it continued to keep snowballing. Now, the Tornadoes are our elite team. We have the Fulton Hogan League and Olympic certificate days – everyone is participating, but this is the next level up to have a tournament team that travels; it gives them something a little bit special to be part of – something to strive for. Things really began to develop in 2017; we now have school exchanges from Christchurch, and this year we head to Greymouth to help get their Special Olympics up and going.” Tornadoes team members have a range of disabilities from autism through to cerebral palsy, “but the kids are very competitive just

like anyone else. And like any other basketball team, they also go through the usual trial process and learn to deal with disappointment when they are not selected. When this happens we help them work on these skills so they can perhaps get selected the following year. For those who do make it on the team, they get to travel, go away to tournament – it’s an absolutely fantastic experience. These players become leaders who model the kind of behaviours future players can follow.” There are numerous dedicated basketball coaches at Waimea College who love their involvement with the Tornadoes and the Fulton Hogan League. “There’s Paula Roberts and Juanita Ingham and many more who want to give their time to come and coach the kids. I’ve been involved since 2002, and it’s been getting bigger and bigger. It’s great Waimea College has been so supportive in getting these kids participating as much as possible.”

Richmond F45 show moments of magic Richmond F45 made sweet moments of magic against Jacks, but were ultimately out-performed during last Thursday’s premier netball game at Saxton Stadium. The defensive pressure was on once again from the outset with goalkeeper Sarah Steele creating turnovers from the opening whistle. After impressive defence work, captain Kat Jones was forced to depart the game with a calf injury. The first quarter settled up at 11-9 to Jacks. Jacks’ shooters felt the strain in the second quarter, with Richmond 45’s defensive unit, Amy Cunningham and Sarah Steele, gaining a barrage of tips and turnover ball. With the half time tally at 22-18 in Jack’s favour, the time was right for Richmond F45 to raise their game. The athletes started well, with experienced centre Lisa Book directing her shooters into opportune space. Despite clean intercepts from Jelena Vucinic and Amy Cunningham, amplified by dexterous feeding from Sharon Finch, the Richmond F45 girls were not treasuring their turnover ball and their erratic passing led to a third quarter score of 36-29. With only 7 points between them, the fourth quarter opening looked promising. Kathleen Thornalley entered the shooting game, adding her experience and expertise to the Richmond F45 line-up. Despite a bright start, the game ended with a Jacks victory (5137).

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well.” When Jono Phillips moved to the region two years ago his idea was to “move out of rugby”, but “getting involved again has been a great way to give back at this level.” Jono brings 23 years of professional coaching experience to the club which includes coaching Scotland and the Hurricanes Super Rugby. “It was a great achievement when Waimea Old Boys won the local competition for both 15s and 7s last year, so now the focus is for the Senior A Team to win the Tasman Trophy, and also to have as many people playing rugby as we can.” Despite his obvious success, Jono was quick to deflect the attention away from talking about his own contribution, to that of the countless volunteers who “do fantastic things in their own time” for the WOB’s. “On Club Day they are very much part of it – setting up the grounds, making sure the referees and teams are looked after, they keep the bars running and the kitchens working – there is a whole army of people making the day work really well.” Jono was also keen to mention key people such as Marc Hunt who oversees the Junior Club, and “who will be looking after all the morning rugby and the junior teams on club day. There’s also Troy Hahn – our Club Manager who takes care of the senior club and all the day-to-day running of the club and the general club management together with our Club President Zane Beloe; these three people do an incredible amount of work alongside numerous other dedicated club members and, with the valued support of our sponsors, make it all possible.” The future of the Waimea Old Boys Rugby Club

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Under 16 Tasman Rugby 7’s Invitation Team The Cook Islands Rugby Union in association with “South Pacific Sports Tours’ have invited the following U16 Rugby 7’s team to their tournament in Rarotonga in December this year, as Coach Ian Biggs says, “ The Cook Islands are limited in the number of teams they can field, so we jumped at the opportunity to send a team to boast the competition”. They will be joining teams from Auckland and Australia. The team acknowledges the generous help from their sponsors in aiding them to attend the tournament.

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We are building a water treatment plant in Riwaka, and in July the plant will be commissioned and begin supplying treated water to Kaiteriteri. During the commissioning phase, the emergency chlorination system will be turned on to make sure it works. The chlorination will probably occur for no more than a week.

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A large stormwater pipeline is due to be installed in the Lower Queen Street area, and will require two large water mains to be lowered to allow the stormwater pipe to cross them. Short-term chlorination of the water supply in Richmond will occur to ensure that the water remains safe to drink during these alterations. Work is currently planned to occur in mid -June and again in August. The concentration of chlorine will be low – about a third of the dose used during the most recent temporary chlorination. Kaiteriteri

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You can register your dog in person, by mail to any Council service centre, or pay online. Remember to register by 31 July to avoid an extra fee. More information is available online at www.tasman.govt.nz.

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Public access to the eastern half of Moturoa/Rabbit Island will be closed on two days this winter while an organised game bird hunt takes place. The closure includes the beachfront at the eastern end of the island. Fish and Game organises the hunts, which are permitted on a trial basis under the Moturoa/Rabbit Island Reserve Management Plan. The hunts are timed to coincide with low tide to avoid any effect on shore birds. No hunting is allowed within 100 metres of the high tide mark. Closure dates 2018: • Saturday 23 June, 8.30 am – 3.00 pm (reserve day: 24 June) • Saturday 21 July (reserve day 22 July)

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Declutter with Second-Hand Sunday on 17 June. SecondHand Sunday is an opportunity to re-home household goods, and takes place across the region - from Tasman Bay to Golden Bay! Freely given and freely taken away, the goods could include anything from old chairs, books, clothing or left over-bits and pieces from building projects but should not include food, dangerous goods like faulty electrical equipment, or chemicals. To take part all you have to do is register online and follow the guidelines. Treasure hunters can view the list of participating households online. Register online: Head to www.nelson.govt.nz to register.

Help at hand for Community Grant applicants Online applications for this year’s Community Grants are open now, and we’re running drop-in sessions in July for anyone who needs a little help getting started. Council staff will be on hand to help you fill out and submit the online form. You will need to bring all the information for your application, including details of your organisation (such as a Charities Commission number if you have one), the project you’re applying for funding for, the community benefits it will bring and the budget. Drop-in sessions (Library drop-in sessions run from 1.00 pm to 3.00 pm at): And from 1.15 – 3.00 pm at: • Murchison, Tuesday 10 July.

For more information: Contact Community Partnerships Coordinator Mike Tasman-Jones on (03) 543 8403 or email mike.tasman-jones@tasman.govt.nz. Or head to our website, www.tasman.govt.nz/link/grants.

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Saxton Velodrome Opening Sunday 1 July, 12.00 pm – 3.00 pm Bring your bike for a fun day out at the new Saxton Velodrome! Check out the racing track and the learn to ride area for beginner bikers. Bouncy castle, track races, giveaways, bike check-ups and more. Have a chat with your local bike clubs and bike shops – and try out the demo bikes.

AgRecovery chemical collection Book in by 19 June 2018 and AgRecovery will dispose of your unwanted agrichemicals for free. Storing old or unwanted agrichemicals on farms creates unnecessary risks to staff, family, livestock, pets and the environment. Rural recycling programme Agrecovery has partnered with the Tasman District Council to collect and safely dispose of farm chemicals in the region this month. The Agrecovery chemical collection programme collects and safely disposes of old agrichemicals. Some chemicals need to be sent to France for high-temperature incineration and collections can usually only be carried out in each region every one to two years. The programme has recovered more than 100 tonnes of unwanted agrichemicals since it began 11 years ago. It is funded by voluntary levies paid by 60 manufacturers of agrichemical, animal health and dairy hygiene products - enabling Agrecovery to provide these programmes to farmers and growers free of charge. Products from participating brands are free to dispose of through the scheme. For non-funded products, user-pays fees apply. Book a collection: Book via the Agrecovery website www.agrecovery.co.nz, by phoning 0800 247 326 or by emailing info@agrecovery.org.nz.

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Kaiteriteri Wastewater upgrades move into next stage Significant construction work is underway in Stephens Bay to upgrade sewer pump stations at the Stephens Bay Reserve and Tapu Bay Reserve. The work is the second stage of a major wastewater project to increase the capacity and efficiency of the wastewater network in the area. The first stage was the installation of a new sewer main in the Riwaka-Kaiteriteri Road from Cederman Drive to Goodall Road, replacing the existing pipe under the Tapu Bay estuary. Moving the pipe into the road means it is easier to maintain and protects the estuary from any accidental spills or overflows. The two pump stations now need to be upgraded to push wastewater in the opposite direction – to the new main in the road. The work at the two reserves will take until July to complete and will mean some disruption to access. Some parking spaces at Stephens Bay and an area to the north of Tapu Bay reserve will be fenced off while construction is carried out. There will also be some construction traffic on the roads around Stephens Bay. People using the reserves should take care when accessing the steep access road to Tapu Bay Reserve and be aware there is construction taking place.

Dinghy Found at Grossi Point The Harbourmaster is looking for the owner of a homemade fibreglass dinghy left at Grossi Point in Mapua. The 3-metre long dinghy was found on 30 May. If it is yours, or you know who owns it, please contact us so it can be returned. Phone Deputy Harbourmaster Jimmy Mackay on 027 611 0804.

Council Meetings Agendas and Minutes for Council Meetings can be viewed on Council’s website at www.tasman.govt.nz.

Unless otherwise stated, all meetings will be held at Council Chambers, 189 Queen Street, Richmond. Environment and Planning Committee Thursday 14 June, 9.30 am. Public forum Motueka Community Board Motueka Service Centre, 7 Hickmott Place, Motueka. Tuesday 19 June, 4.00 pm. Public forum Engineering Services Committee Thursday 21 June, 9.30 am. Public forum Nelson-Tasman Regional Landfill Business Unit Committee Friday 22 June, 9.30 am. Public forum Nelson Regional Sewerage Business Unit Committee Friday 22 June, 1.00 pm. Public forum Full Council Thursday 28 June, 9.30 am. Public forum Everyone is welcome to attend our public meetings. There is a public seating area where you can observe the meeting, with many of the meetings having a ‘public forum’ providing an opportunity to speak to the meeting if you wish. At the beginning of ordinary meetings up to 30 minutes is set aside for public forum. Each speaker is allocated five minutes. You don’t need to pre-register your intention to speak – just take your turn when invited by the chairperson. These presentations don’t form part of the formal business of the meeting – a brief record will be kept of the matters raised. Any matters requiring further investigation may be referred to staff by the Chairperson.

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Central School. Informal conversation, tea,coffee. Inquiries: Rachael Ph 02102686970. nElSon RAilWAY Founders Park. We will be running the Railcar on Saturday & Sunday 16 & 17 June, between 11am & 4pm, weather permitting. $5 for Adults & $3 for Children. Come & see us at the station. SoRoPtimiSt intERnAtionAl nElSon is holding an info. evening on Thursday 14 June 5-7pm at Nick Smith’s Rooms, 544 Waimea Rd., Annesbrook. Come along & learn how we work & who we help. RSVP Margaret Hillerby on 5452575 or 0211448334 by Friday 8th June. help us mAKE nElSon PlAStic BAg FREE! Join us at the Tahunanui Community Centre from 7pm on Tuesday nights to help make ‘Boomerang Bags’. Everything is provided & no experience necessary. innER WhEEl cluB oF WAimEA nElSon is a club for women meet monthly to promote friendship, fun, speakers, outings & service. Why not join us? Ph: Sharon 544 8312. FREE (SPonSoREd) mEmBERShiP PoWERtAlK Nelson for ESL speakers. Improve your speaking skills & communicate with ease. Learn to speak with confidence. Limited places. PoWERtAlK nElSon FREE mEmBERShiP for students. Communication & Leadership Skills, Speaking Skills & Confidence. Coaching in Effective Speaking. Places limited.Both events: Call Linda 021910621 www.powertalknelson.org.nz End oF liFE diScuSSion gRouP. Do you want or need a Do Not Resuscitate Order? Public talk

atmosphere. Register 539 1137 or info@cancernelson.org.nz. SuRViVoRS & thRiVERS If you have or have had cancer, supporting someone with cancer come along & meet others in this friendly atmosphere. Register 539 1137 or info@cancernelson.org.nz Richmond liBRARY EVEntS: 1. Find out about the writing process with award winning writer Michelanne Forster. 1pm-2pm, Tues 19 June. Followed by writing & discussion with the Richmond Writing Group, 2.00pm-3.00pm. Free. 2. Feeling crafty? Work on your craft project in the company of other crafters and meet like-minded people. Bring your own materials and lunch. Free. Wednesdays, 12.30pm-2.pm. 3. Tiny Tots, a free, fun introduction to stories, songs, active movement and rhymes for pre-schoolers & their caregivers. Tuesdays 10-10.30am Children’s Area, during term time SEnioRnEt Needing help with understanding & integrating your computer & other devices into your life style? Come to SeniorNet Nelson. See http://www.seniornetnelson.org.nz/ for more info. AlcoholicS AnonYmouS. Is alcohol causing problems for you in your life? Want to stop drinking but can’t? Maybe we can help. Support meetings every day. 0800aaworks 0800 229 6757. nElSon 50+ WAlKing gRP: June 21, Waimea Estuary – Golf Course. Ph. Alison, 544 6833 or Judy, 547 2885. June 19, Midwinter luncheon Waimea Club. Ph. Alan for tickets, 547 7690. nelson 50+ mini Walkers: Mid-winter luncheon Waimea Club. Ph. Alan for tickets, 547 7690. .

by Teresa Jones, St Johns. Everyone Welcome. Fairfield House, June 19, 2pm. Options4NZ. 543- 2602. mE/cFS/Fm SuPPoRt nElSon BAYS. Find support with others who understand. Come & join our small informal group, third Monday of month, Halifax Cafe, 28Halifax St (opp. library), 2.303.30pm strengthtogethernelson@ gmail.com BRooK SAnctuARY FEncE chEcKing & mAintEnAncE Volunteers Wanted. Can you spare one day a month? Wednesdays 8.45am-2pm. No fixed commitment all training provided. Help protect the future of Nelson’s Wildlife. 035462422. FoRESt & BiRd Wed. 13 June. Evening talk by Beth Endres about the NMIT Trainee Ranger Programme. 7.30pm Tahunanui School Hall, Muritai St., Tahunanui indooR BoWlS - SociAl tEAm - Church of Christ Hall Youth Hall, D’Arcy Street, Richmond. Tuesday 1pm - 3pm. $3.00 per session. We are a fun social group catering for everyone. New members very welcome. Maryann 5442596 Food, iS it A PRoBlEm FoR You? Are you suffering from anorexia, bulimia, obesity and/or compulsive eating? Overeaters Anonymous works. Ph 0226730237. Blood cAncER SuPPoRt gRouP meet monthly for more info. ph: Graham 544 3037 or Lloyd 544 2636. mindFulnESS & RElAxAtion Tuesdays 1pm Fairfield Hse $3 donation to Cancer Society ph: 539 1137. BREASt cAncER SuPPoRt gRouP Cancer Society Nelson 102 Hardy St., if you have or have had breast cancer come along to this friendly

cRAFtS, cARing & ShARing, Each Monday 9.30am-12noon ‘til 24 Sept. All welcome. Bring a friend. Bring your craft. Enjoy a cuppa. Gold coin donation. Ph. 544 9174 ask for Pauline or Terry 5449174. hAVE You EVER thought oF BEcoming A VoluntEER? Are you a community organisation looking for volunteers, training, info or advice? Check out our website www.volunteernelson.org.nz ph 546 7681. if you live with a disability and would like to get involved in volunteering, Volunteer Nelson can help. Ph Belinda on 03 546 7681 email Belinda@volunteernelson.org.nz nElSon AngEl WomEn’S loAn Fund assists women with small interest free loans for business startups, education or training purposes. Info. is on our website www.nelsonwomensloanfund. co.nz, text the part-time coordinator 021 0272 4890 ‘WAlK With uS’ chARitY. WALK WIH US provides children aged 5-13 years with new school & sports shoes/boot. Contact your child’s school principal & ask them to email walkwithusnz@gmail. com for an application form. to All PRimARY & intERmEdiAtE SchoolS. Do you have students who need new school or sports shoes/boots? Contact local charity Walk with Us at walkwithusnz@gmail.com, we can help. BRASS BAnd; social band group of Nelson City Brass Inc.seeks new members. We play easy light music for social enjoyment at the band rooms Hathaway Tce. Wednesdays at 7 pm. Contact: Peter 5451768. Email: peter.goodman@xtra.co.nz.

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Christian Centre Hall at 625 Main Road, Stoke. Everyone welcome. Entry $2. nElSon BotAnicAl Soc. FiEld tRiP Sunday 17th June. Maungatapu Track Leader Jane Connor 548 4342 or jbconnor@ icloud.com meet 9am Cathedral steps. Talk Monday 18th June Fiordland Habitats. Rowan Hindmarsh-Walls 7.30pm Jaycee rooms Founders Park hERitAgE RoSES: June Wednesday 20 at 6.30pm. Mid-winter potluck & quiz. Fairfield Hse, Upper Trafalgar St. Dress- “elegant”. All welcome, contact Clare Ph 545 0455. nEW to nElSon? Join Citizens Advice and Nelson Newcomers for coffee at Morri Cafe, 244 Hardy Street from 10am third Tuesday each month. Call Jane 546 7681. Next meet 19 June. AlzhEimERS nElSon Monthly Drop In Clinic: Richmiond Libraray 4th Wednesday 9.30-11am. Answers to your questions on dementia” FREE KicKStARt YouR BuSinESS WoRKShoP Nelson Tasman Business Trust Mon 2 July ‘18 9am-1pm Register at www.ntbt. co.nz or call 03 539 0824 linE dAncing, with Diane Sutherland/Arbuthnot. Tuesday & Thursday at Stoke Methodist Church Hall . New beginners 9.30 am & all others 10am. Bring a cup free morniing tea social chat. Meet & greet. We are a caring Community. All ages/gender. Ph: 0274 491 569 or just arrive. EngliSh conVERSAtion gRouP for ESL speakers: students, locals, visitors. Wednesdays 4.306.00 pm, Trinity Church, back right hand door, 64 Nile St., by Nelson

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Richmond School Quiz night Fri. June 15, doors open at 630pm.Quiz starts at 7pm. Rainforest theme. Silent & Live auctions. $12.50/ticket, teams of 8. Tickets purchased Richmond School Office ARt gRouP nElSon will hold an Exhibition on June 16 & 17 10 am to 4 pm at Stoke Hall, Main Rd Stoke. An Opening on Friday 15 at 7 pm. All work for sale, EFTPOS available. cEltic PiPE BAnd 10th AnnuAl FundRAiSing cEilidh - all things Scottish, fun for all the family. Sat. 16 June. 7-11pm. Nayland College Hall. Adults $15, youth (under 18) $5, under 10 free. Tickets from the Richmond more. For details: celticpb.nelson@gmail. com or Facebook: celticpipebandNelson.nz BoARd gAmES & niBBlES mEEt uP. Sat. 16 June 3:30 pm. 11 Wainui St, The Wood. Come along for a couple of hours of cheap low tech entertainment. Be wise socialise. RSVP’s essential. Online or text to Jonathan 027 304 5504 key letters BG. nElSon oRchid SociEtY, Come & join us to learn about all things Orchids. Great Sales Table, & interesting speakers. All welcome Tuesday 19 June, Nat Pty HQ, 544 Waimea Rd 7.30pm. Contact Dyann 021535682 Richmond WElcomE gRouP: New here? Have a cuppa, meet new friends, ask questions. All welcome. 10am, first & third Thursday each month at Alchemy Cafe, Bateup Road. Mike & Milli 544 7906 FRESh FocuS Monday, 18 June, 10 to 11 am, ANNIE HENRY & NICK MOORE on “THE RESTORATION OF THE BOATHOUSE” at the Elim

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public notice

2018 Trustee Election

2018 Trustee Election

The Network Tasman Trust (the Trust) holds all the shares in Network Tasman Ltd (the Company) on behalf of its consumers. The Trust’s primary role is to represent the interest of consumers and to ensure an appropriate distribution to those consumers of the benefits of that shareholding Waimea Intermediate School and to carry out ownership reviews in accordance Waimea Intermediate School with the requirements of the trust deed. The Trust also holds a capital investment fund from which it distributes grants to individuals, organisations and community groups operating within Full the Trust area. position, time require an organised and efficient reception

WANTED

DELIVERY DRIVER

Reception & Office Administration

Reception & Office Administration We

with clean The Trust of administration professional for our busy office. Willis administered by six trustees, threedriver’s licence.

whom retire by rotation this year. Nominations are require excellent people and computer skills,reception and ability/ We require an organised and efficient now sought for the election of three trustees to willingness to provide firstoffice. aid.holdWill officerequire for the next six years. Retiring trustees plumbing industry administration professional for basic our busy Some 7 hours per day (8:30am 3:30pm) term time only with can stand for re-election if they choose. excellent people and computer skills, and ability/willingness could be an some extra hours at times. consider a for jobelection a candidate must beknowledge To stand an to peak provide basicWould first aid. advantage but not essential. share electricity consumer residing within the Network 7 hours per day (8:30arrangement. am -3:30 pm) term time only with Tasman area. A nomination paper and candidate some extra hours at peak times. Would consider a job share handbook are available by phoning the Independent Contact Clayton on 544 4006/6 or Applications close noon, 18 June 2018 arrangement. Returning Officer, on the free phone Election clayton.knowles@edwardgibbons.co.nz Job description, details and application formHelpline available 0800 666 044, emailing iro@electionz.com or from the office of Craig Anderson CA, from website and school office. Applications close noon, 18 June 2018 Queen Street, Richmond. Job description, details and application form270A available from Nominations must be in the hands of the Waimea Intermediate School website and school office. business for sale appointments@waimeaint.school.nzIndependent Returning Officer no later than 12 noon on Friday 6 July 2018. www.waimeaint.school.nz Waimea Intermediate School Anthony Morton appointments@waimeaint.school.nz

FOR SALE

Independent Returning Officer

www.waimeaint.school.nz Phone: 0800 666 044

The Network Tasman Trust (the Trust) holds all the shares in Network Tasman Ltd (the Company) on behalf of its consumers. The Trust’s primary role is to represent the interest of consumers and to ensure an appropriate distribution to those consumers of the benefits of that shareholding and to carry out ownership reviews in accordance with the requirements of the trust deed. The Trust also holds a capital investment fund from which it distributes grants to individuals, organisations and community groups operating within the Trust area. The Trust is administered by six trustees, three of whom retire by rotation this year. Nominations are now sought for the election of three trustees to hold office for the next six years. Retiring trustees can stand for re-election if they choose. To stand for election a candidate must be an electricity consumer residing within the Network Tasman area. A nomination paper and candidate handbook are available by phoning the Independent Returning Officer, on the free phone Election Helpline 0800 666 044, emailing iro@electionz.com or from the office of Craig Anderson CA, 270A Queen Street, Richmond. Nominations must be in the hands of the Independent Returning Officer no later than 12 noon on Friday 6 July 2018. Anthony Morton Independent Returning Officer Phone: 0800 666 044

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ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

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Richmond Unlimited will hold its AGM on Tuesday 10 July from 5.30pm in the Library Meeting Room Proof read by:_______________________________ Queen St, Richmond All Welcome

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2018 ANTIQUE, cOLLEcTABLE & GENERAL AUcTION mono to be held on

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Furniture, Art, Collectables, Toys, etc. Fresh estate lots arrived from near & far. Selling, buying, valuing. 6 rooms to browse. Open Mon - Sat 9.30 to 5pm. Sat 10-4pm. Souchebys Antiques, 75 Gladstone Rd (SH6), Richmond. Ph 5440723. www.antiquesnewzea land.co.nz

Richmond Bowling Club Annual General Meeting to be held on Sunday 17th June at 3.00 pm at the Clubhouse 345 Queen Street, Richmond.

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Blue Duck Nude MidWinter Swim. Lake Rotoiti East Jetty, Sunday June 17th @ Noon. antiques Any questions call Bill Furniture. Tables, Chairs, 0277108229. Desks, Chests of Drawers, Wardrobes, Dressfor rent ing tables, Sideboards, Mirrors, Lamps etc at Your for rent ad here. Souchebys Antiques,75 Phone 544 9037. Gladstone Rd, Richmond.

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Motueka Guardian Collectable Items, PostWaimea Weekly cards, oldLeader photos, rugby Tasman programmes, coins, Nelson Leader stamps and badges etc. Nelson Mail Phone David 03 541 Nelson Weekly 9535.

for sale Mercedes Benz 19e. 4 door, auto 1990. Reg + wrt. Tidy. 177181kms. $900. Ph 544 0096.

WANtED to buY BUYING NOW FIREARMS/ AMMUNITION Garage items, tools & estates. Also buying vintage & antique items Ph Tim Gladstone 5485235 / 0800 653935

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Opening Friday 15 June at 7pm Saturday 16 and Sunday 18 June 10am-4pm

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ONE DAY www.artgroupnelson.org.nz ONLY revisions: ART EXHIBITION 1 2 3 4 5

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HART SPIRITUAL CLEANSING & BLESSING Gordon Victor

POOR SLEEP? CHILDREN HAVING NIGHT TERRORS. UNEASY OR NEGATIVE FEELINGS AT HOME OR IN YOUR WORKPLACE? I specialize in cleansing homes and businesses of negative energy and paranormal activity. Over 20 years experience. Testimonials avalable.

Peter Gillies Spiritual Cleanser, Clairvoyant

Ph 0274 330 768

for rEnt Your for rent ad here. Phone 544 9037.

dEAth

Passed away after a short illness at home at Kensingston Court, aged 76, with Saffie by her side. Dearly loved Mother and mother in law of Justin & Cheryl, Fiona & Andrew, Love Nana to Corey, Cameron, Olivia, Liam and Mackenzie. A loved daughter of the Late Kitty & Elliott Wells and loved sister to Rona, John, Harrie, Rex & Sid. To honour Margaret’s wishes a private cremation has been held by Anisy’s Tasman Funeral Home. Messages to Fiona Dyne, 23 Beverley Road, Timaru 7910.

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wAntEd Your wanted ad here. Phone 544 9037.

Notice to all Advertisers: By placing your advertisement you agree with the terms and conditions of the Waimea Weekly Ltd. Namely, payment by the 20th of the following month, or in the event of non-payment, the recovery of any debt and its costs will be charged to the customer. This includes all costs and commissions paid to a debt recovery service. Should you require any further information please phone the newspaper on 544 9037.

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Gordon’s family would like to announce his peaceful passing at Whareama Rest Home on Saturday 9 June 2018 aged 71 years. Beloved father of Rachael, and Anna; loved brother and brother-inlaw of Faye, Wayne and the late June, Christine and Ian, and Ian and Lori; much loved son of the leter Victor and Edna; adored Grandad of Talia, Paige, and Grace; Greatgrandad of Harlow. The funeral service to celebrate Gordon’s life will be held at Marsden House Funeral Home, 41 Nile Street East, Nelson on Thursday 14 June 2018 at 2pm.

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Following Jesus, Building Community

Sunday 10.00am

When: 10am Sundays Where: Headingly Centre What to bring: you! What to expect: friendly people, decent coffee, a good look at the Bible. Why: We’re called to love, care and share. We’re not perfect, but we’ve found

grace.

271 Songer St. Stoke

Sunday Service at 9.45am Whakatu Kids and Youth Group

Combined Communion

Wednesday 10.00am

Reflective

All Welcome Holy Trinity Anglican Church www.holytrinityrichmond.org.nz church.onhill@xtra.co.nz

27 Dorset St Richmond 03 544 8844

Enquiries - Ph 547 7773 www.whakatupres.co.nz

Delivery & Pickup Service available

Biblical Christ-Centred Worship Services:

Sunday 10:30 am & 5 pm We are located at:

(no access off Waimea or Ridgeway) Contact: (03) 547 - 6056

www.rcnzonline.com/nelson

10.00am Worship Celebration Warring Carpark (Behind No.1 Shoes) 243 Queen St

0508 546 411 REACH NEW HEIGHTS

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Sunday at 10am

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Welcomes B ible believing Christians and those seeking truth ... No law but love No book but the Bible No creed but Christ No denominational ideas No opinions of others

Phone us on 544 9037

Sunday 10am & 5pm - Thursday 7.30pm

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10am

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Trades & Services

WEDNESDAY 13 June 2018

Trades&Services

Mowers Chainsaws and more Repairs and Sales Chainsaws - Lawn Mowers Blower/Vacs - Weedeaters Ride On Mowers We sell the best and service the rest Pick up and Delivery Available

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Email – info@atomtreespecialists.co.nz

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021 127 8957

WOF’s WHILE U WAIT

544 1660

30 tonne crane and 7 tonne small city crane

Daryl Murray 021 272 3000

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ELECTRICIAN

ELECTRICIAN

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Your only MTA approved Auto Electricians in Richmond

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Ph: 021 482 088 or 542 2328

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Call Elly for a FREE Quote or a FREE Colour Consultation

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ELECTRICIAN

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0800 427 782 or 03 544 1212

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• • • • • •

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Phone (03) 546 5365 5 Nayland Road, Stoke www.metrodirect.co.nz

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PLumbING & GAs

36A Vickerman St, Nelson Phone: 546 6660 Email: paintco@xtra.co.nz

PLumbER

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Clinics in Stoke, Wakefield, Motueka & Takaka. Home visits also available Ph 021 0247 4037 or 03 927 5120 carole@mobilefeet.co.nz

Professional Plumbing Services in Nelson, Richmond & Motueka

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1/750 Lower Queen St Richmond

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Gun & Barrel Works

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Size & Price List available at www.tasman-storage.co.nz

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Ph 0508 492 274 543 3607

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or 543 3777

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PAINTER

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027 671 8417 or 544 9415

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RoofING

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Garden Maintenance

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Lawn Care & Mowing 9kg LPG gas bottle service

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$20 +gst

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027 542 3767

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• Renovations • Restorations • Additions • Alterations • New builds • Indoor & outdoor

Trades&Services GARDENING

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www.treescape.co.nz

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03 544 0588 027 274 5653 south@treescape.co.nz

ALL WORK GUARANTEED

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Treescape are your local specialists for tree, vegetation, and environmental management.

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Phone 03 544 2266

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You can be assured of MTA standards of service everytime.

Call 0800 28 66 87 or 0800 ATOM TREE AuTomoTIvE

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WEDNESDAY 13 June 2018

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541 0287

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Accredited & Approved PTE

June:

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