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Marianne Hart-Biggs with her baby son Alfie Baron Biggs. Photo: Andrew Board.
A Wakefield woman will now have to pay a $650 vet bill after her show horse injured itself in panic following a firework explosion on Saturday night. She claims her mare ran into a fence and fell onto a waratah which then went into its face after being startled by a firework. “It’s sliced all the muscle and in a horseshoe kind of shape she’s got five quite wide stitches,” says the woman who didn’t want her name printed. “She’ll be scarred for life.” The three day firework sales have already finished, but users of them are able to continue right throughout the year. And even in rural areas, fireworks have been let off frequently, well after Guy Fawke’s Day on November 5. “I thought I’d be safe in the country because country people have animals and animals don’t like fireworks.” The woman chose not to speak with the neighbour because
Name rejected for Hope baby It may not be up there with Lucifer, Anal or V8 but Nelson baby Alfie Biggs had his middle name rejected for the exact same reason – it was on the government’s banned list for baby names. But his mother wouldn’t have that and successfully argued the ban, receiving his birth certificate last week with his full name – Alfie Baron Biggs. Each year the Department of Internal Affairs releases a snapshot of the most rejected names. This year they included Juztice, King, Majesty, E, Mafia No Fear, 4Real and Rogue. SEE PAGE 2
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they were doing nothing illegal, and were lighting them in a controlled environment. “They’re not going to offer to pay my vet bill.” But while the restriction of fireworks is hotly debated every year, a Richmond veterinarian of 40 years says people should not expect to see them banned. Jeff Grimmett, who is the practice manager of the Town and Country Vet, says incidents like this are uncommon. “It’s not really a big issue. It’s pretty rare. You get much worse problems with big thunderstorms and stuff like that,” he says. “That’s a serious issue but that’s just nature.” Jeff thought the surroundings, such as fencing, needed to be SEE PAGE 2
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Others tried to call their children by symbols like full stop (.), a star (*) and 89. Baron falls in the “royals” list of banned names that also includes King and Princess. But Marianne Hart-Biggs argued the name wasn’t about giving her son a “title”, just something meaningful. “Baron came from where Glen and I lived in London when we got married. We lived in Baron’s Court and we always had that in our mind for a middle name if we were to have a son.” She says it never dawned on her that the name would be banned and was in shock when a letter arrived from the department of
internal affairs to say the name had been rejected. “I got a letter back and my friend who was reading it over my shoulder said ‘ah, this is awkward’. I thought ‘oh, what am I going to do now?’” After a week of thinking about it with her husband Glen, Marianne decided to write back and try to argue the name should be allowed but conceded it was a long shot. “When I wrote back the first point I made is that his name is Alfie and his title is Master, Baron is his middle name. The only times it will be seen is on his passport and drivers licence. Basically no one is going to refer to him as Alfie Baron Biggs. “I explained the sentiment be-
hind the name and I sent in a copy of our marriage certificate that showed our address in Baron’s Court when we got married but I thought there is no way they’re going to accept this.” To her shock, a package arrived a couple of weeks later with Alfie’s birth certificate, including his middle name. Marianne says she did a “wee jig” at the letterbox. “I was so happy, I called Glen and said ‘our boy has a middle name’.” She says he’s been sleeping through the night much better since the birth certificate arrived. “He couldn’t sleep before without his middle name, he’s much more settled now and I feel like he is complete.”
Fireworks freak out animals, says Wakefield horse owner FROM PAGE 1 taken into consideration, saying it can go a long way to preventing these types of incidents. “If we can keep them in a safe environment, which is really just a huge paddock, then they can run and do whatever but they won’t injure themselves.” SPCA Nelson’s relieving manager Carol Schofield was certainly on the other side of the argument though, and says banning fireworks altogether was supported by the national organisation. It wasn’t common for SPCA to deal with animals that had been injured by fireworks, but there are always reports of missing animals
that might have been scared off by the explosions. “SPCA nationally would like to see fireworks banned. Fortunately we’ve had no injuries [here] this year.” Carol says the worst case Nelson SPCA had dealt with was when a bird was found strapped to a firework. The Wakefield woman is against over-the-counter sales but believed public displays should continue. But Jeff questioned whether hoping for a ban on fireworks was a reasonable expectation. “The reality is it’s probably not. It’s about being sensible. Stay away from horses and cattle if you can and, by-and-large, people do.”
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Katie Greer, Maria Brooks and Margaret Carpenter of the Waimea Tramping Club take part in the Big Beach Clean Up on Saturday. Photo: Phillip Rollo.
3.5 tonnes of rubbish collected on coastline
Organisers of the Big Beach Clean Up are still flabbergasted as to how a dead possum stuffed with a Barbie doll was littered at Tahunanui Beach, but the overall feedback from Saturday’s event is that the litter problem is reducing. Everything from plastic rubbish to TVs, couches and of course the dead possum were picked up by 600 volunteers from Cable Bay to Tonga Marine Reserve. Just 3.5 tonnes of rubbish was collected, down significantly from last year’s 7 tonnes. Janice Gravett, who is the coordinator of the event, says this year’s collection was just one third of the total collected in the first year, and that was pleasing news. “The message is definitely getting out there. We’ve been including more children and they’ll be our next generation of
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MAN HIT BY CAR: A Nelson man escaped without serious injury after being hit by a car in the early hours of Sunday morning. The accident happened on the corner of Collingwood and Bridge St, after the driver of the vehicle didn’t see him walking on the road in time to stop. Police and an ambulance attended the scene, where the man was treated for minor injuries to his face and arm. LORD NELSON ARRIVING: Nelsonians are being urged to get out on the water and onto Rocks Rd this weekend to welcome the tall ship Lord Nelson as it enters the harbour. The ship was built in 1986 and is designed for able bodied and disabled crew. It is on its first visit to NZ. For those who don’t have access to a boat, there will be a good view along Rocks Rd from about 3.15pm. PAYMARK FIGURES UP: Nelson has once again recorded strong spending growth, ahead of the national average. Figures released last week by payments provider Paymark show spending through the Paymark network was up 8.1 per cent nationally from October 2012 to October 2013. In Nelson the news was even better, with spending increasing by 8.3 per cent.
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email@example.com Waimea College principal Larry Ching jokingly queries if there’s something in the water near the Knight household, as for the first time in the school’s history, a third sibling from the same family has been named as a head student. Just like older sister Alice was in 2011, and brother Hugh this year, Bridget Knight has been confirmed as a head student for 2014. “I was quite stoked,” Bridget simply puts it. “It was quite surreal at the time [of the announcement].” The head student position is the highest leadership role at the school. Each year four Year 13s are selected following a rigorous process that includes nomination, a speech to their year group, a student vote, and an interview with the existing head students and the senior management team. Larry confirmed this was the first time three siblings from the same family had been named head students. However, there had been other times when two had secured the role. “It’s certainly unique,” he says. “[Their parents] must have done a great job of raising them. Maybe there’s some-
Bridget Knight has become the third sibling in her family to be named as a Waimea College head student, following in the footsteps of her brother Hugh, right, and sister Alice, inserted. Photo: Phillip Rollo. thing in the water where they live?” Both Bridget and Hugh described being a head student as a “huge honour” and admitted there had been pressure to follow in Alice’s footsteps. “Mum and dad always said it wasn’t something I had to do, it was my choice. But people were always saying I had to do it, and I felt the pressure from them but not my family,” says Bridget. Her comments were echoed by Hugh. “It was something I always wanted to do and as soon as I got it all the pressure
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Ageing population a ‘major concern’ Nelson’s new chief medical officer says the region is healthier than most other parts of New Zealand but its ageing population is a “major challenge” that health officials will continue to deal with. Dr Nick Baker was appointed as the chief medical officer for Nelson and Marlborough at the end of last month and will formally take over the new role at the end of November, replacing Dr Heather McPherson. His job is to be a “mouthpiece” for patients, putting clinical concerns in front of the board and district health board management. He says Nelson’s ageing popula-
tion is the biggest concern for the region’s health services. “If you look at it, we’re going to have fewer young people to support a growing ageing population and we know that in the five years before people get a serious illness and die they are going to be high users of health care. So if we can delay those five years for as long as possible and expect people to be physically active and fit into an older age group then that is a good thing. “The health of the elderly is a major challenge to us.” That view was backed up by Grey Power
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and how it will be addressed.” Neville says the issue is his top priority and Grey Power is working on a plan in place to help deal with the growing population of older people. But Nick says our weakness is also our strength and although there are a lot of elderly in Nelson, they tend to be healthier here than in other parts of the country. “We’re quite lucky that we have a healthy community and we have a longer life expectancy than many parts of the country. We have a climate that supports a longer life expectancy and we’re a less deprived community. There are a lot going our way.”
Police stop 5000 cars in three days Nelson police stopped 5000 cars over the weekend in a major crackdown to coincide with the 4 and Rotary car event. The staggering number of cars stopped saw 776 infringement notices issued, 370 of those for excessive speed with one driver clocked at 149km per hour. That resulted in a roadside suspension of a licence. The operation included police from Marlborough, the West Coast and Canterbury, along with collections staff and NZTA vehicle inspectors. Nelson Bays area commander Steve Greally says that with more than 100 car enthusiasts coming to Nelson for the weekend police wanted to be proactive in deterring poor driver behaviour. Ten people were caught driving with excess breath alcohol, the highest of which recorded 1012 - two and a half times over the legal breath alcohol limit. There were also 77 breaches of graduated driver licences. Fifty three vehicles received pink or green stickers for being in unsafe condition. “The condition of some of those vehicles was shocking. I’m just relieved they are off the road as they were accidents waiting to happen,” says Steve.
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Nelson Mail circulation plummets Circulation of the Nelson Mail has taken another whopping drop, losing almost 10 per cent of its paid circulation in the past 12 months. The latest independently audited figures show the Mail has now sunk to only 12,614 copies over a possible circulation of almost 50,000. The paper also gives away an ad-
ditional 465 copies per day. The New Zealand Audit Bureau of Circulations publishes figures every quarter and the latest stats show a 5.29 per cent drop on the previous three months and 9.51 per cent drop on the same time last year. That equates to around 1400 lost subscribers in just one year.
The drop is again among the highest of any daily newspaper in the South Island, only the Oamaru Mail and the Timaru Herald performed worse. The Fairfax-owned Nelson Mail has been cutting costs in an effort to save the paper, with at least a dozen redundancies this year alone. It has also out-sourced all of its
ad design work to India, which has allowed it to cut local jobs. The new figures come just a month after Nelson was confirmed as the second-fastest growing region in the country and fastest in the South Island, but the floods of extra people in the region hasn’t been able to slow its circulation drop.
Richmond’s oldest home hits the market
Home owner Grant McAlpine and Anthony Carppe of Bayleys with some of the 19th century newspaper clippings found in the walls of the 1853 cob cottage. Photo: Phillip Rollo.
It has been labeled as “special”, a “rare opportunity”, and having been built in 1853 it’s easy to see why a little cottage in Richmond has grabbed so much attention since the property its on hit the market. Situated on 77 Hill St, the 5408 square metre property includes the heritage cob cottage built in 1853 as the homestead for Joseph Bonnington, making it one of the oldest homes in the entire region. But also on the property is a 1908 Edwardian villa with three double bedrooms – and it’s going for offers over $950,000. Anthony Carppe of Bayleys says it’s a special property because of the age of the cottage, the inclusion of the villa, the size, and its location being right in the heart of Richmond. “It’s a pretty special and unique home,” he says. “You won’t find a combination of size of the land and historical value in the community. This is pretty well known and a lot of people have viewed the open home that had known about it for years.” While the size is certainly an attraction, the unique point is easily the cottage. But that might not have been the case if current owner Grant McAlpine hadn’t bought the property with his
wife Carol in 1992. Grant explains the cottage was a “real doer upper”. “I had a busy life working for a construction company as an engineer and I wanted something to keep me busy when I retired,” he says. “It’s been really fun. The cottage has been a great source of interest for people and they’re all pleased we did it.” At the time of purchase, the cottage, which has had just eight owners in its life, was “derelict, rundown, badly decaying, full of rats and mice” and not exactly somewhere you’d want visiting friends and family to stay. But with the approval of the Historic Places Trust, several months later, all of the mud on the in and outside was good as new, there was a new roof on top, plus a fully restored interior. Grant turned it back into the pristine heritage cottage it should have been. “It would have been a shame to see it fall down and that’s what it was doing, it was just gradually falling to bits. It was worthy of restoration just because it was one of the earliest buildings in Richmond.” Anthony says the property would probably suit a family or business-minded people.
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The customers voted with their feet last week with thousands of shoppers swarming into Kmart’s latest outlet which opened in Richmond last Thursday. “It’s really good value with some great bargains,’ says satisfied Richmond shopper Julia Noble emerging from the new discount department store with her arms full with baby daughter Zara and some of those bargains. “I got this horse and carriage toy for Zara’s second birthday next month for just $3 and I liked the layout because it’s more like a department store than a discount store.” Tahuna’s Toni Dowling was also happy with the new store saying she had spent $140 on household goods and clothing. “I had an appointment in Richmond so I thought I’d take a look. It’s really good - Richmond needed a shop like this.” But Kmart isn’t just good news for shoppers, according to Nelson MP Nick Smith who says the new store is also good for the region’s economy. The store provides 90 jobs which Nick says will help reduce the
Julia Noble and her daughter Zara, aged one, were among the thousands of shoppers who went bargain hunting when Kmart’s new store opened. Photo: Simon Bloomberg. region’s already low unemployment figures. “The opening of the new Richmond Kmart is a real sign that economic confidence in the region is on the up. New Household Labour Force Survey figures revealed that we have the lowest unemployment rate in the country at 3.9 per cent – well below the national average of 6.2 per cent and the lowest rate we’ve achieved for some years. “It is particularly encouraging that this improvement has come about by the growth of 1300 new jobs over the last year. The good news is that these figures pre-date exciting new developments like the
Richmond Kmart store.” The building, owned and constructed by Nelson firm Gibbons Holdings, is also home to a new Benge & Co Green Grocers, and Couplands Bakery. Next month a coffee shop and sushi store will also open onsite, followed by The Warehouse and a two-storey office block which are due for completion in July next year. Gibbons purchased the former Placemakers site neighbouring Richmond Mall in 2001, and it has sat vacant since 2006. Richmond Kmart store manager Camrin Holmes says the opening day was a big hit with thousands of people coming in the doors.
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The shearing season traditionally starts early next month but for one of the Nelson-Tasman region’s biggest gangs, at least, it never really ended. Tapawera shearing contractor Roger Simpson and his team have been flat out all winter shearing around 12,000 hoggets mostly for Eighty-eight Valley farmer Ian Parkes. That kept Roger and three of his gang busy when normally they would be fencing around the district or shearing in Australia. “We’ve had two to three days a week shearing trade hoggets when normally we wouldn’t have had any work,” Roger says. “We do all of Ian’s shearing and most of the hoggets were the ones he was trading.” Trade hoggets are last season’s lambs which have been fattened over winter and need to be shorn before being sent to the freezing works. Although Roger’s gang has been shearing through the winter he says the real work will start early next month when they begin shearing ewes. Farmers usually start weaning lambs on December 12 and that will coincide with shearing the ewes. “We’ll have five or six shearers for that and we’ll probably shear around 160,000 sheep from December to the end of February.” Roger’s gang shears throughout the Nelson-Tasman region as well as on the West Coast and Marlborough. A few of his gang also work in Australia in the winter. “There’s a big demand for shearers over there and they get good money. They pay $2.70 a sheep and that’s Australia dollars so that’s about $3 New Zealand,
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This week we visited the Wakefield School Twilight Gala on Saturday night and the V 4 and Rotary South Island Champs at the Trafalgar Centre on Sunday. We also have photos from the Zirka Circus which is currently on at Saxton Field at the Nelson Axemen wood chopping event. Do you have a party or an event coming up? You can contact our photographer by emailing editorial@ waimeaweekly.co.nz
Kisha Jacobsen, Tabatha Dawson and Jesse Dawson at the Trafalgar Centre on Sunday.
Doreen and Phillip Best at Wakefield School’s Twilight Gala.
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Shop ‘n’ Win returns Following on from the huge success last year Richmond’s biggest competition is about to start again. The Waimea Weekly/Richmond Unlimited Shop ‘n’ Win starts today. In its seventh successful year the competition gives a customer in a local participating business a chance to win $5000 cash and the shop itself wins $2000 cash. Over 45,000 entries were received last year and Weekly publisher Steve Page reckons it will get to 50,000 entries this year. A list of participating shops is advertised in the Weekly on a weekly basis for the next five weeks and the competition finishes on December 15 with the results in the special Weekly holiday is-
sue. The shops involved will have posters on the front windows and entry boxes in store with Richmond Mall having entry boxes at the main desk. “We are really happy that it’s such a local event and that it also encourages shoppers from all over to spend some time in the real centre of retail for the region,” says Steve. “It’s a great way for the local retailers to say thanks for your business and offer an opportunity to give something back.” He also wants to remind customers entering to fill out the forms correctly or they will be invalid.
Sizzling fundraiser Fire fighter Rob Millener, his son Jake and teacher Tony Rampton at the Henley School barbeque last week. Photo: Phillip Rollo.
Richmond Unlimited’s Brent Cheyne and Waimea Weekly’s Sue Davies preparing for this year’s Shop ‘n’ Win promotion. Photo: Phillip Rollo.
Henley School will contribute $900 for the Firefighters Charity Ride for Cancer thanks to a sausage sizzle and cupcake fundraiser last week. Nelson fireman Rob Millener is one of about a dozen locals that will take part in the motorcycle ride throughout the country. It starts in Auckland and ends in Invercargill, and participants enter at different stages, generally when it reaches their town. His son Jake, 11, went to school and
told his class about his dad’s mission, and wondered how Henley could support it. It was decided by his teacher Tony Rampton that a barbeque would be the best way to raise money. Rob says he was thrilled that the school got in behind such a worthy cause. To sponsor Rob on his ride later this month, visit https://rideforcancer2013.everydayhero.com/nz/ rob-2
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with Sinead Ogilvie Wednesday November 6 Tapawera local Geraldine Carleton is pleased to have had a steady stream of people through her two acre Upper Stanley Brook Rd gardens since appearing in the Waimea Weekly, with people ringing ahead and just showing up for a look through. Her garden will be open 5 days a week this year, excluding Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 10am till 4pm and entry is just $3, all of which is donated to St Johns. Wednesday October 23 The new roundabout at the Wensley Rd and Queen St intersection that will help ease traffic issues following the opening of the Kmart complex, has now been installed. The roundabout is now fully functioning, so drivers will need to be aware and apply the usual giveway rules used at any other roundabout. Wednesday July 31 Following up from the Waimea Weekly article in July where we highlighted a nationwide review into logging safety that will see every logging operation independently scrutinised, an inquiry into injury and deaths within the industry released last week has found 39 per cent of deaths in the industry in the last six years were due to tree felling and almost a quarter were due to breaking out, two of the most dangerous aspects of the job that were pointed out by local Dale Ewers, director of Moutere Logging. There has not been a fatality in the Nelson and Tasman regions this year.
Wayne Stirling was the winner in the C11 class at the V 4 and Rotary South Island Champs drag racing competition in Motueka, clocking in at 9.4 seconds. Insert: The show and shine filled Trafalgar Centre. Photos: Phillip Rollo.
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There was always going to be hesitation moving New Zealand’s longest running automotive and entertainment show out of Christchurch, but the promoter of the V 4 and Rotary South Island Champs is now thrilled with the decision to come to Nelson. Azhar Bhamji estimated that 7000 people attended the two-day event, which included drag racing in Motueka and a show and shine at the Trafalgar Centre. While the number of spectators was slightly down on what attended Christchurch’s show pre-earthquake, If you have an end to one of our stories contact the competitor figures were actually Sinead on email@example.com higher. Speaking from the National List MP based Tr a f a l g a r in West Coast –Tasman Centre on P 0800 NATS MP (0800 628 767) Su nd ay,
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firstname.lastname@example.org Azhar says the response from Nelson car enthusiasts had been “absolutely awesome”, and it was 90 per cent likely that the event would return annually. “People kept coming to me and said ‘we needed something like this to happen to our town.” They had speedway, and the drags four times a year, but nothing like this has really been here,” he says. “We were a little hesitant in the beginning but with the response and the immediate competitor entries we’ve got we knew this was going to work.” Some event-goers, who had attended the show in Christchurch previously,
commented that there was less to see and do, but Azhar was well aware of that and says the first year in Nelson was all about building relationships and cementing its future here. “The negative is definitely that we couldn’t do everything to the extent to what we wanted and that includes using the car park outside for drift demos. But this year was about building relationships. He hopes that a drift competition and dyno challenge could be part of an expanded event in the future. “We want to bring in drifting, burnouts in confined space, gymkhana and things like that. But those happen in environments where we can create and we need space for that. People know what we’re all about now. It was estimated that 85 per cent of the event-goers were from Nelson.
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The Uklectics, from left; Jo Brown, Chrissy Randall, Ruth Lau, Diana Peterson and Rebecca Hoeksema, performed a charity concert at the Playhouse on Friday night, raising money for the Hospice. The group, made up of four teachers, played more than 20 covers to the large audience.
Nine local firefighters were awarded with gold stars on Friday evening, a recognition that saw 225 years of service to the fire service celebrated in one go. The gold star is presented to firefighters who have served 25 years in the fire service. The recipients were made up of career firefighters, including Nelson’s only female career firefighter. While the accolade has been given out to Nelson firefighters before, Kevin Shea, president of the Nelson Marlborough Gold Star Association says the ceremony to recognise nine different men and women
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was a great achievement for the region. “With the fluctuation of numbers in the fire service today, with people coming and going, it’s fantastic that we had a large number of firefighters achieve their gold star.” He says some of the firefighters who were acknowledged thought it was “no big deal, they’re just doing their job” with some not wanting to have a ceremony highlighting the fact. “Some of the old school guys
treasure them and they should, it is a great achievement for them. It’s a special occasion for our patch.” Each of the recipients was presented with a solid gold medal on behalf of the Nelson Fire Service and the United Fire Brigades Association, which they will wear on their lapel, by Terry Douglas past president of the Association. He said it was a “great privilege” to be doing the honours. Every two years after receiving the gold star, each firefighter will be awarded with a bar to attach to the ribbon of their medal.
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Waimea Village residents are opening their garages and getting rid of second hand treasures. The annual garage sale, run by residents of the village, will be held this Saturday from 8:30am with 12 stalls featuring everything from crafts, clothes and books, to fresh veges and plants. The garage sale is a fundraiser for the village residents committee. Resident Dennis Ealam says the
event has always been successful and he encouraged people to come down and grab a bargain and to enjoy the BBQ and Devonshire tea. “It’s an annual garage sale that we’ve run ever since the hall was built ten years ago,” he says. “It’s been hugely successful in the past.” Resident Bev Friend says the money raised wasn’t equivalent to the popular school fairs, but “for us it has been ideal”.
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Wakefield gala raises $33,000 Wakefield School’s Twilight Gala has been described as a huge success by coordinator Jeanette Mattsen who says she couldn’t believe the number of people that turned up to support the event. “It was really busy let’s put it that way. It was an absolutely awesome evening for everyone.” She says organisers were relieved that dark skies that were threatening rain ended up holding out for the entire event. “It was a really great evening with a huge crowd. The feedback that I have had from people is that it was a really chilled, relaxed evening. And everyone enjoyed the entertainment.” She says the motorbike and side car
was a “thrilling ride” for the children and the haunted house was one of the biggest earners among the stalls. “Everyone really enjoyed the wild pork and venison, which our gala is really well known for.” Early counts of the takings indicate the gala attracted $33,000, which after costs are taken out will leave the school with a great fund to go towards a stage for their school hall. Karen and Ian MacLennan say they came along to meet friends and were also surprised at the huge turnout. “There are a lot more people than I thought there would be, but galas are always good for getting the community together.”
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What would you die for? Anything? Anyone? 100,000 New Zealand men signed up to fight for King and Country in the First World War. Over 18,000 of them died. Monday the November 11 is the day we remember them. Sunday we held a RSA Remembrance Service at Church on the Hill. The reasons for World War 1 are complex and still debated. Simple version: things kind of spiralled out of control when Austria-Hungary took over the former Turkish province of Bosnia. Serbia was not happy. Other nations took sides. While the political and social factors all contributed, the fact is the war happened. Men died. They went willingly to protect us. The inscription on the Singapore Cenotaph reads “They died so we might live.” Someone else did something similar much earlier. His country had
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Lucky for them as it could have been really messy, happy for them. Odette Jackson.
Yes, no longer need to travel into Nelson from Richmond. Kmart has a lot to offer. Just waiting for Warehouse to be built now! Tania Clarke-Wastney.
It is all amazing news. So glad it has been resolved for everyone. Well done to all the hard work of the committee, and Kit [Maling]. Marion Woodward.
Good to see Richmond moving ahead. This is just the start and so logical to support outlying towns. The next 10 years will be very interesting observing a move from Nelson to Richmond and Stoke. Need more restaurants, Al Fresco dinning and a pedestrian mall for a farmers market and other such events. Dave Trigg. Waimea Village sale completed: Great news for all the residents at Waimea Village, let’s hope that all their worries are over and they can now live in peace. Pauline Bishell. So pleased for all in the village this will take the pressure of a lot off elderly folk well done to all concerned. Gary and Dawn Brown.
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Being a believer in karma, most of the people involved in this disgusting situation will experience good karma - and then there is another couple. Maretta Burbidge. 4 and Rotary tickets appreciated: Thanks Waimea Weekly for the free tickets to the 4 and Rotary show today (Sunday). Was awesome to see all the cars there and my boy loved it. Thanks again. (Via text). Great day at SPCA: We, Grandma and Grandpop, took our three grandchildren to the SPCA open day last weekend. The day was bright and sunny and a most enjoyable morning it was. There were many animals to see and handle, many activities designed for children, plenty of available food, and most things, including the entry fee, were
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always sponsored the speedway and they’re a good team that struggles for money like anyone does,” she says. “This is a chance for them to give back as well. The drivers will be here so it’s an opportunity to meet them and see the cars up close.” Wayne Martin, who is a selector for the Nelson Tigers, says it will be the perfect opportunity to meet the drivers in a Blair Cunningrelaxed enham will once vironment. again line up for “The drivthe Nelson Tigers. ers will have plenty of time to have a chat. I guess on the night when you’ve got your race face on it’s a bit harder, but a day like this at Super Liquor will be great.” Auckland-based AWS Graphics designed the slick new look for both the Tigers and the Glen
Eagles and both will be on show this weekend. Wayne described the design as “pretty flash”. It was initially hoped the Wellington Wildcats would also be here for the McCall Trophy on Saturday night, but the unavailability of three cars meant the team had to pull out. But either way Wayne says it will be good to get an early hit out against Canterbury as the Tigers look ahead to the NZ Teams Champs in February. “Definitely the Teams Champs is the ultimate. The races before are all about blooding new guys and seeing where others are at. Wellington pulled out last week which is a damn shame.
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Above: Brett Nicholls and Jared Gray compete for the Nelson Tigers during a race last season. Right: Former 1NZ Dale Ewers will captain the Nelson Tigers this weekend against the Glen Eagles from Christchurch. Photos: Phillip Rollo.
younger guys.” Wayne will be looking at him to again lead the Tigers in the season. “He’s the sort of guy that will step up and he practices what he preaches. He leads by example and you can just tell in the way he talks to you that he’s confident in his own ability and it’s good to have him around the younger guys.”
No Pain, No Additional Cost, No Mess, No Masks We tried other tracks in the North Island but because of other commitments a couple of them didn’t have cars ready.” His job of team selector was made easier with just five drivers available. But he was still hopeful Ben would be able to step up to the plate, having previously competed for the Tas-
man Thunder stockcar team. “It’s good to blood new drivers into the team and that’s what these early races are all about. But the same goes for Dale Ewers who hasn’t even raced yet this year. His car will be ready but he hasn’t even turned a lap yet so it’ll be a chance to see where he’s at.” But even if he is raw in
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NELSON FORK TRUCKS 10 CARGILL PL, RICHMOND It’s always great so see Nelsonians thriving in business – but it’s even better when it’s a business that’s been built from the ground up by people who know what it means to keep it local. “A Trusted Name Nelson Fork Trucks have been a in Real Estate” well known name around town for Christine Cook many years, but for Kim Murdoch AREINZ and Colleen Bradley it’s pretty hard Proud to be part to believe that 20 years have gone of the Brightwater by since they first started out in the community forklift business. email@example.com Starting from humble beginnings (03) 544 8778 with just the two of them operating 027 447 4364 from home, Kim and Colleen have successfully expanded Nelson Fork Licensed Agent REAA 2008 Trucks to a solid team of six who offer sales and service, hire and repair to locals whose business’ rely on Richmond high quality forklift machinery. While a few things have changed in their third year it became obvious over the years, the core interest at they were outgrowing being a small Heartiest congratulations to Kim and Colleen on Nelson Fork Trucks is fulfilling cus- business and fast becoming an in your 20th anniversary at Nelson Fork Trucks tomer requirements and that is a demand one stop shop for all things big reason why they’ve been able to forklift. It was then they decided stick around. They’ve cornered the to move into Cargill Pl and they’ve Choose market and now successfully supply been based at number 10 ever since. forklifts of AN and sizes suit TY“Moving the business to Cargill CI H to UT D SO INT all shapes CENTREPO func NDtion ORLA for LIQUnext any type of job, all over the region. Pl was the best decision we could AT your When Nelson Fork Trucks first have made. Now we couldn’t be kicked off in 1993, Kim and Colleen’s happier with how things are set up We’re pleased to offer home was a great starting point but with the workshop, yard and offices.
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20 YEARS are proud to be from Nelson and we do like to help out where we can out in the community.” With 20 years as co owners of Nelson Fork Trucks under their belts Kim and Colleen continue to complement
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Want Indoor-Outdoor flow? Talk to us. Kim, Layton and Kayley Murdoch and Colleen Bradley now and back in the early days of their business. retained Duncan for so long and says he’s a real asset to a great team. “It’s a great achievement for us to have such an expert team. We are really pleased to have Duncan and the rest of the experienced team we currently have on board.” Word of mouth referrals has seen their popularity grow to the point where they now supply people all over New Zealand with forklift hire with contracts currently in the North Island, as well as regular customers in Canterbury. They
frequently service and repair forklifts all over the top of the south too, including the West Coast. It’s not just business that Kim and Colleen do locally either, with two children that have grown up in the region and who are now working within the business, they’ve built relationships with many different sports clubs, organisations, community groups and events and have helped many out with sponsorship over the years. ‘We
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on site at your business, minimising travel and time spent away from your business for your convenience. Planned maintenance involves a scheduled regular check up on your forklift, whether it is on long term hire from Nelson Fork Trucks or has been purchased brand new. A service and visual check is a great way for breakdowns to be kept to a minimum and to ensure the machinery is operating to the safest level. Because of their range of hire equipment, should your machinery need downtime for repair Nelson Fork Trucks can provide the perfect solution to avoid downtime at your business. They also carry a full range of backup accessories such as forks, batteries, tyres, seats and flashing
lights making replacement of faulty parts easy, ensuring a quick turnaround time. Hire machines available at Nelson Fork Trucks include; electric models, which are extremely popular for use indoors. These produce no emission, so inside use is nothing to worry about and you’ll have no fuelling issues. Petrol or LPG are common forklift models which can be easily used indoors or outdoors. They also have diesel machines which are best used as an outdoor yard truck. To put it simply Nelson Fork Trucks have a forklift to suit any job for any length of
time, whether it be from 1.5 to 4 tonne machines, available to hire for as little as an hour or for as long as five years. Whether it’s forklift sales, services, parts or hire you need, if you want to talk to someone local talk to Nelson Fork Trucks. They are the local team with 20 years of local experience behind them. Call in to see them at 10 Cargill Pl to talk about your requirements, or simply stop by to give them congratulations on lasting 20 years in business, with many more to come.
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Subway Richmond’s new franchise owners Rob and Jude Hambrook are looking forward to continuing the great service the Sundial Square shop has provided over the last 12 years. Although Rob admits it’s been a big learning curve running a Subway store after spending 25 years in the police force, he says they are enjoying their new venture. Rob is working full-time at Subway Richmond while Jude, who is a pharmacist in the Richmond Mall, is helping manage the business and lending a hand in the shop. Subway is a real family affair for the Hambrooks with their two sons, Kieran and Sean, also working at shop over the summer after returning from Europe where they have been racing on the professional cycling circuit. Rob says they had been looking to buy a business for sometime before deciding on Subway because ‘it’s such a great product that’s a good fit with our lifestyle’. Both Rob and Judith are
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keen cyclists and multi-sport athletes and say it is important for them to work in a business that reflects their values. ‘We have always wanted to run our own business but we didn’t want to jump at the first opportunity that came along,’ Rob says. ‘You have to believe in what you are selling so Subway was a perfect choice for us. ‘There’s a very good reason why there are over 40,000 Subway shops in the world - it’s a great product and has an excellent reputation. And it’s a healthy eating option which is very important for us.’ Rob says they are presently focusing on providing the very best service to their customers who are ‘always the most important people in the shop’. Rob and Jude also want Subway Richmond to become a bigger part of the community that they live and work in. ‘At the moment we are very busy coming up to
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5 Croucher Street Richmond speed with running the shop but once we do that we’ll be looking for opportunities to become involved in our community. We are from Golden Bay and have lived in Richmond for the last 12 years so we want to put something back into the community - we see that as a very important part of the business.’ Rob and Jude would also like to form more partnerships with events around the Nelson-Tasman region. Subway Richmond already provides sandwiches to poplar sporting events like the Nelson Events’ Abel Tasman Coastal Classic and Dun Run as well as to a number of schools. Subway Richmond will be holding a change of ownership sale on Tuesday November 19 from 10am to 6pm when customers will be able to get a buy-oneget-one-free deal when they purchase a 6-inch or foot long sandwich and medium drink. Subway Richmond is located at 5 Croucher St in Sundial Square and employs 11 staff and is open from 7am to 10pm seven days a week.
Nelson Cake Decorators and Sugar Artists Rachel Sutton, Joan Wills, Maureen Grage and Lois Diaper, who alongside the rest of their guild hosted the national cake decorators conference and exhibition on the first weekend of November. A total of 230 delegates attended the conference which was also the organisation’s AGM. Public exhibitions were well attended and the Nelson guild even took home a few prizes for their entries into the judged section of the event, including first place in the Stuart Shield and second place in the Una Stuart Shield. Photo: Sinead Ogilvie.
Joni Nukunuku, sandwich artist at Subway Richmond.
Hip-hop dancer Blake Hearne breaks it down on stage at Richmond’s Got Talent on Saturday morning. Photo: Phillip Rollo.
Richmond shows off talent Eighteen performers took to the stage for the third Tasman’s Got Talent heat, showcasing what Richmond had to offer. Singer Chase Tangohau, 18, danc-
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• So, along came another brainstorm. Why have anything in them anyway? But that idea was a bit too much to handle. So I planted up my treasures with spring bulbs, which die down in the summer, thus revealing their containers for my pleasure. This has turned out to be a good plan, because I know exactly where the spring bulbs are, and there is no danger of digging them up by mistake. • But I can’t let you go without mentioning some plants, eh. • A young woman asked about nasturtiums as a ground cover. She had a patch outside her kitchen window that she wanted to cover rapidly. Alas she didn’t receive the help from me that she had hoped for. I pointed out to her that nasturtiums are popular fodder for the large white butterfly, and I would have nothing to do with suggesting them as a suitable ground cover, even though I love them dearly [and alas, have removed them from my garden, I might add.] But I have been thinking about this and wonder if a crop of pumpkins would be a good idea. • The foliage is much like that of the nasturtiums, and if she planted the orange skinned variety the effect would be similar, and there would be the satisfaction of watching her winter store of food growing! • Climbers can also be handy as ground cover plants. Why not? So think about that as a crafty planting idea. In the meantime, keep on keeping on with your garden experiments. It’s a lot of fun.
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It’s been a busy year for locals Jay Irving and Gillian Evans, the owners of Totalspan Nelson. They’ve experienced a huge amount of referrals from satisfied customers and that has had a domino effect, with all aspects of the business flat out in the lead up to Christmas. They’ve taken on a lot more commercial building projects and have well and truly got their foot in the door to the business side of the market, while still focussing on lifestyle and residential storage sheds of all shapes and sizes. Gillian says they have had a great year and she and Jay are excited for the New Year, with plans to relocate their business to Stratford St, off Beach Rd early on in 2014. “We are really looking forward to relocating the business. We have outgrown our current site and have just bought a great piece of land to build our new premises on. We’ll have a new display, new offices and be able to expand with our increasing workload.” They are also excited about Glen Goodman rejoining the team in a full time capacity. Glen has extensive knowledge and experience with Totalspan having been around in varying roles over several years. Totalspan Nelson is locally owned and operated and all product in manufactured in NZ.
They offer an extensive range of steel buildings and sheds from garages to warehouse that are extremely popular with residential, rural and commercial customers all over the region. They provide the best solution for each client’s storage or shed requirements and with the flexibility of their great product they are able to customize a building that is aesthetically pleasing, cost effective and resolves your specific needs. There is no cut and paste formula, simply come to them with your ideas and they can come up with the best solution for you. They offer a consent to completion process and have tried, tested and true systems to enable a hassle free experience for every client. Jay has more than 15 years experience with the Totalspan product and as a licensed building practitioner stands by the product he believes is the best. Having supplied and constructed over 400 buildings in the Tasman Bays area in the last nine years, industry and local experience makes Totalspan Nelson is a great choice. They offer a 25 year structural guarantee and five year workmanship guarantee, for your peace of mind. Call in to see the team at 4 Kotua Place in Wakatu Estate or phone 541 0607. Business Update. Adv.
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Sumby and Beth Lewis invite one and all to check out their new venture, located on McGlashen Ave. Inspired by the success of the Motueka Trading Post, which Kim and Beth bought into in May this year, they jumped at the chance to open their own second hand store in Richmond. “We saw a gap in the market for a good quality Welcome to Richmond Trading Post second hand shop. We have learnt a
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lot of lessons on what to buy and what not to buy and have found the perfect spot for the store, right in the heart of Richmond.” Kim says he’s been frequenting garage sales and wheeling and dealing for a while now and the duo started seriously looking for a space to open a shop in Richmond a few months ago. “We found a great space and took the opportunity to open the store. It’s the perfect size for what we are trying to do.” Customers will find a huge variety of top quality second hand stock in store, from furniture, homewares, art, clothing and accessories and a few antique items too. Kim says there will always be new and exciting things to find at the store and invites
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Beth Lewis and Kim Sumby, along with their in store mascot Doltie the staffy invite you to check out their new second hand shop, the Richmond Trading Post. people to call in and take a look around in store. “We will be updating stock frequently and are also interested in anyone with items to sell. Give us a call or drop by and we will take a look.” With the shop now up and running after a great opening day on Sunday, Kim and Beth are looking forward to building repeat business and say having each customer leave happy is their top priority. Their store mascot and pet staffy Doltie rounds out the friendly team and he can’t wait to meet you either. ‘We
are very excited to have doors open, come and check us out, we make no apologies for the fact that you probably won’t leave empty-handed,“ says Kim. The Richmond Trading Post is now open Monday through to Friday 9am to 5pm and Saturday and Sunday between 10am and 3pm. They offer free delivery within Nelson, everywhere in between Brightwater to Appleby and Atawhai. Parking is available at the front of the store, but also via Petrie Carpark at the rear of their building.
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Stillwell powers ahead at power boat champs
National power boat champion Julian Stilwell, of Nelson, in action at the Acceleration On Water, Festival Of Speed Tour at Lake Rotoiti on Saturday. Insert: Julian taking a moment before the race. Photos: Barry Whitnall/Shuttersport. It not have been much of a home advantage but Formula1 Powerboat racer Julian Stillwell is still smiling after winning the first round of the New Zealand Tour at Lake Rotoiti over the weekend. A local competitor, Julian is the current 1NZ in the top outboard class, but a change in format means that title will be much harder to defend this season. In the past the 1NZ title has been contested at a one off national championship. However, in a move that all drivers supported, it will now be decided over the course of the whole tour. “So whoever accumulates the most points over the series will be the New Zealand champion next year,” Julian explains. “We’ve always put an emphasis on the tour rather than the actual New Zealand title for that reason. None of us think a one weekend nationals represents the true champion.” So it’s not surprising that the weekend’s victory at the Nelson Lakes Regatta gave Julian plenty of reasons to be happy, having finished second overall in the tour last year. “It’s always a good one to win I reckon and it was very close, so I
know it’s going to be a tough season.” Julian has been racing for 16 years, having initially got involved through his grandfather Say goodbye to in 1942. His father raced for 15 years and his brother races up north. “It’s very much a family glasses, contact lens grown passion.” and reading glasses And although he is a local, the Lake Rotoiti course didn’t offer much of a home advantage as Julian doesn’t test up there because it’s a national park. “We try to stay away from the place to be honFree LASIK assessments in Richmond with your Surgeon Free LASIK assessments est. We generally do the testing on one side of in Nelson with your Surgeon Sat, 25 May, 2013 Saturday 23 November & 14 December 2013 Rabbit Island but it Visumax is very hard because Zeiss bladethere’s free laserZeiss withVisumax Laser blade Blended Vision only available free laser with Laser Blended Vision limited testing venues and it’s all on a Saturday in NZ at Wellington Eye Centre morning.” only available in NZ at Wellington Eye Centre The Nelson Lakes Regatta, which was held in association with the Lake Rotoiti Power Boat Call for an appointment today! Club and Acceleration on Water Event Managewww.wefixeyes.co.nz ment, saw a variety of classes contest the two5391712AA day event. The feature races included round one of the Acceleration on Water Festival of Speed Tour, the NZF1 Tour, Pelorus Jack Trophy, Arthur McCaa Trophy and the South Island titles for Modified Hydroplane and Clubman Classes.
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TOP TALENT: Two of the Tasman Tennis Centre’s top young players confirmed their status as school champions last week. Luke Brown of Henley School, and Jordan Berry of Waimea Intermediate School, pictured left, were the winners of the primary school boys and intermediate school girls competition respectively. Head coach Kolie van Zyl says the results were “awesome” for the club. “They deserve it. They’ve shown that hard work and dedication can lead to good results,” he says.
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Waimea College Junior A girls basketball players Lauryn Hippolite, Chelsea Neame and Amiee Book, have secured spots in national age-grade rep sides for next year. Photo: Phillip Rollo.
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The future looks bright for Waimea College girls basketball following the announcement that three members of its Junior A team had gained selection in New Zealand agegroup squads. Forward Chelsea Neame was selected in the New Zealand Under-16 side while her school mates Amiee Book and Lauryn Hippolite were named in the New Zealand Under-16 development team. Chelsea will have to wait until July to lace up for New Zealand, with the national squad
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set to compete in the Australia State Championship in the middle of next year. They will have two training camps before the tournament. The development squad, on the other hand, have a shorter turn around and will compete in the Country Cup in Australia in eight weeks time. Former Tall Black Ed Book, who coaches the girls and is Amiee’s father, believed the
national honours were special for the girls as they had come through the ranks together. “It’s been great because the girls have been together for the last three, four years now,” he says. Ed says Chelsea’s strength was her “post up” game. “She’s really strong inside and that’s what has really helped her.” The Year 9 trio were part of the Waimea College Junior A team that came second in the South Island earlier this year, and also featured in the Senior A team at nationals.
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The Council will be undertaking ground based herbicide spraying to control woody and invasive weeds as per its usual annual programme in the fully maintained rivers, from November 2013 to April 2014 inclusive. Rivers included are the X&Y river rated sections of the Waimea/Wairoa, Wai-iti, Eves Valley, Moutere River and Company Ditches, Upper and Lower Motueka rivers, Riwaka and associated waterways, Tadmor, Sherry and Motupiko rivers. In Golden Bay the rivers included are the Waingaro, Anatoki, Takaka, Aorere and Kaituna. Herbicides used will be Grazon, Glyphosate and Metsulfuron. The main purpose of the spraying is to maintain flood channel capacity hence woody weeds growing on islands and beaches in the fairway are the main target. Please refer to the Council’s website (search ‘river management’) and the Council’s 2013/14 river work programme for further details. Alternatively contact one of the Rivers and Coastal Engineers on Ph. 03 543 8400.
The Mapua and District Community Association, with support from Tasman District Council and Nelmac, is planting a huge number of native grasses and shrubs on the Dominion Stream Flats area, which is situated on the Ruby Bay Bypass just past the Mapua turnoff, and needs your help! 5000 plants have been donated by Nelmac and all of them need planting during November. Everyone welcome, all ages. Helpers need to bring waterproof footwear, a spade and bottle of water. Sessions last two hours. Saturday 16 November, 8.00 am – 11.00 am Tuesday 19 November, 8.00 am – 11.00 am Saturday 23 November, 8.00 am – 11.00 am Tuesday 26 November, 8.00 am – 11.00 am Meet at the Dominion Stream Flats.
Temporary Reservation and speed-limit uplifting for waka ama regatta – Kaiteriteri area – 15 to 17 November 2013 Tasman District Council’s Harbourmaster has granted a temporary reservation of the Kaiteriteri swimming and water-ski areas and a speed-limit uplifting for those involved in the annual ‘Waka te Tasman’ waka ama regatta, between the hours of 3.00 pm and 8.00 pm on Friday 15 November 2013 and 8.30 am and 5.00 pm on Saturday 16 November 2013 (with a postponement date of Sunday 17 November 2013 if required). The effect of the temporary reservation will be to prevent other activities including water skiing and swimming from occurring within that area for the time specified. Event marshalls have the authority to require other users to vacate these areas as required, but may allow limited use when racers are well offshore. An uplift of the 5 knot speed restrictions has also been granted to waka ama and support vessels directly involved in the event between Anawera Point and Guilbert Point, including Fisherman Island but excluding Otuwhero Inlet and adjacent to Little Kaiteriteri beach. Other conditions have been imposed and may be viewed at www.tasman.govt.nz /recreation/boating-fishing/special-events-and-activities.
Temporary speed-limit uplifting – Buller River – 16 & 17 November 2013 The Nelson/Marlborough branch of Jet Boating New Zealand Inc intends to hold a Club Family Run on Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 November 2013 in the main stem of the Buller River between Murchison and the Owen River confluence. Pursuant to powers provided to the Harbourmaster, the speed limits imposed by the Bylaw in relation to vessels within 50 metres of another vessel, or within 200 metres of shore or a structure are suspended for those vessels taking part. Other conditions have been imposed and may be viewed at www.tasman.govt.nz /recreation/boating-fishing/special-events-and-activities.
Community Notices Public Hearing Freedom Camping Bylaw and Psychoactive Substances Local Approved Products Policy. Friday 15 November 2013, 9.30 am, Ernest Loney Hall, Wensley Road, Richmond.
The BIG Diabetes Day Out Sunday 17 November 2013, 1.00 pm – 5.00 pm, Hope Community Hall and Hope Domain. Join us for our special Big Diabetes Day Out for everyone affected by Type 1, Type 2, Pre-Diabetes and their families/whanau. Share in a relaxed afternoon with events, displays, and activities for ALL to enjoy. Refreshments available. Contact: Bee, Ph. 03 539 1663 (Diabetes Nelson) Steph, Ph. 021 547 874 (Diabetes Youth NZ, Nelson).
Nelson Growables Garden Fair Sunday 17 November 2013, 10.00 am – 5.00 pm, Founders Park, Nelson. Cost: $5 for adults, kids FREE. www.nelsongrowables.co.nz
Notice of Meeting – Richmond Community Forum – Meet the Richmond Councillors Tuesday 10 December 2013, 7.30 pm Tasman District Library Meeting Room. Meet the Richmond Councillors Evening.
Nelson A & P Show 2013 Saturday 23 – Sunday 24 November 2013, 9.30 am – 4.30 am, Richmond Park Showgrounds, Lower Queen Street, Richmond. With so much to see and do you won’t be bored. There is a carnival, food court, xmas hall, entertainment by Madsen Promotions, equestrian events, dog trials, market & trade stalls, shearing, wood chopping, an animal nursery, judging of sheep, cows, alpacas, & poultry. There are also photography, wine and beer, handcraft, horticulture and baking exhibits by adults as well as children. Check out our web site. Cost: Adults $15, Children 5 – 17 years $5, pre-buy Adults $10. Tickets from Richmond Mall, More FM. Info: Ph. 03 544 7181 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.richmondpark.org.nz/about
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Council Meetings Agendas and Minutes for Council Meetings can be viewed on Council’s website at www.tasman.govt.nz Community Development Committee Tasman Council Chambers, 189 Queen Street, Richmond, Thursday 14 November 2013, 10.15 am. Public forum Grants and Community Facilities Rate Subcommittee Tasman Council Chambers, 189 Queen Street, Richmond, Thursday 14 November 2013 at conclusion of Community Services or 1.30 pm. No public forum Engineering Services Committee Tasman Council Chambers, 189 Queen Street, Richmond, Thursday 21 November 2013, 9.30 am. Public forum Environment and Planning Committee Tasman Council Chambers, 189 Queen Street, Richmond, Thursday 28 November 2012, 9.30 am. Public forum
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Kids Fishing Days Fish & Game-new season ‘13/14. Waimea river fishing ponds 8am-3pm. Sun 17 Nov, Sat 7 Dec special event kids with cancer, kids in wheelchairs, Big Brother Big Sister, & Sun 15 Dec. Contact Richard 544 8028 or Ian 544 5556 NZChina Friendship Society. Nelson Branch meeting. Hearing House Trafalgar Square Fri Nov 22, 5:30 pm. All welcome. Contact Barbara Markland 544 4712 email@example.com Cycling group for fun & fitness. Age 50+, Meeting twice a month for 30 – 40km rides with picnic or coffee stop. All welcome. Contact Julia f021 659149 Next ride 23 Nov 2014 Ukulele Suns is back! Sun 17th Nov. 2 pm at The Abbey on the Coastal Highway. This is an open mic event. Bring your uke, have a go or play along. All ages & abilities welcome. If you love ukulele music – you’ll love Ukulele Sundays. Enner Glynn Playcentre - quality early childhood education for children 0-6 years, Mon-Fri 9.1511.45 am. 8 Enner Glynn Road. $65/term, first three visits are free. Ph: 5474007 or firstname.lastname@example.org Favourite Hymn service, 10am Wed 20th, Richmond Church of Christ, Crn croucher & Darcy sts. 5445415. Huge plant sale & Boot Market Sat 30 Nov Richmond Church of Christ Cnr crouched & Darcy streets Sites $10 book today 5445415 WAIMEA AREA QUILTERS. Our next meeting is our Christmas Sat ‘Sew Day’ on Nov 16 at 9.30am, at St John’s Church Hall, Wakefield. Please check your newsletter for needs list & information or call Marilyn on 541 8435. Christmas Fair. St David’s Church Hall. 11 Florence St, Richmond. Sat 23 Nov 10am-2pm. View a variety of Christmas goodies, get ideas for Christmas & purchase decorations, crafts, truffles, cakes, gift baskets & much more. $2 entry. Enquiries 544 7891 PUBLIC MOVIE FUNDRAISER “The Butler” at
The Suter, Fri, 29 Nov, 7:30pm, $15, by the Nelson Branch of the Green Party. Tickets at The Red Gallery, 1 Bridge Street (cash only). Info ph: 539-1108. Nelson Male Voice Choir- GO TELL IT ON THE MOUNTAIN Sun, Dec 1 2pm Motueka Memorial Hall. Adults $15; Under 18 $8-00, Under 10 Free. Enjoy a relaxing afternoon with songs old & new before the hassles of the Christmas Season. Tickets available; Motueka Information Centre. Crisis Pregnancy Support - unexpected pregnancy can be a scary time but there are people who can help. Crisis Pregnancy Support is a free, confidential service to help you discover the support available to enable you to continue with your pregnancy. Call St Luke’s Health centre on 0800004277 or visit www.crisispregnancysupport.co.nz.” Plunket needs good quality baby & childrens clothes for free giveaway day at Victory Centre. Drop offs at Plunket 607 Waimea Road by 21 Nov Nelson Diabetes Support Group meets Fri 29 Nov, 1.30 to 3pm at Nick Smith’s rooms, 544 Waimea Rd, Annesbrook. Speaker is Janet Evans, Arthritis Educator. Bring a plate for afternoon tea together with the recipe. Gold coin donation. Ph Joan 548 6263. PUBLIC MEETING Mon, 18 Nov, 7:30pm, Steffan Browning, Green Party MP, will speak about “Genetically Engineered Food By Stealth – Look Mum, No Labels!” at the Croquet Pavilion, Saltwater Creek Road off Halifax by Haven. For info, phone Carl Horn at 539-1108. Mindful Living - in the tradition of Thich Nhat Hanh. Teachings on the joy of being fully alive in the present moment & responding to life with clarity, calm & skill. Public talk, Sat 23 Nov, 7-9pm; Day of Mindfulness, Sun 24 Nov 9.45am-3pm; Fairfield House. To register ph Libby 548 2551 Book launch - The Girl Who Loves To Sing by local author, Rebecca Metcalfe. Sun 17 Nov Elma Turner Library2-4 pm Halifax St. Book reading
Baldwin & Brown (Richmond) Ltd Licensed (REAA 2008)
& signing with Rebecca. Musical Entertainment. Free Face painting by Fidgettyfoo. Every book purchased, receives a 50% discount voucher to a term of lessons at Soundstage. Christmas Fair. St David’s Church Hall, 11 Florence Street, Richm.Sat 23 Nov 10am-2pm. View a variety of Christmas goodies, get ideas for Christmas & purchase decorations, crafts, truffles, cakes, gift baskets & much more. $2 entry. Ph: 544 7891 Wanting a family portrait in time for Xmas? Enner Glynn Playcentre Fundraiser $10 gets you a 10”x13” photo 9 Nov. Call Tara to book 5441694 0276306187 Tara.L.Hope@gmail.com An Introduction to Mac Computers, i-Pads & i-Phones with the Mac User Group. Richmond Library Thur 14 Nov 1.00-3.00 & Tue 26 Nov 9.3012.30. Free , please book on Ph 543 8500. Nelson Playcentres Association Annual Picnic is to be held at Isel Park 18 Nov. 10-12.30. There will be activities provided for children including a bouncy castle and a sausage sizzle. Bring a picnic blanket, one dollar for the sausage and anticipation of a good time. Cancelled if wet. Concert Award winning Cavaleri String Quartet from UK. Old St John’s on Tues 19 Nov. 7.30pm. All proceeds to Save The Children Nelson. Tickets available from Save The Children shop Halifax St, Theatre Royal, Nelson I Site, Nelson New World, NSOM, Richmond Mall & ticketdirect.co.nz Free 1-1 technology sessions at Richmond Library throughout Nov. Tue-Fri 11-2. Need some guidance with your computer, mobile phone, tablet, e-reader? Bookings essential. Ph 5438500. Fundraising Film One Chance, Thurs 14 Nov, 7.30pm, Suter Cinema. Funds to Leprosy Mission. Tickets $15 from Made For Men, Queen St, Richmond. Inquiries Ph 5489488, 021026 86970. Wakefield Art Group are holding their 1st Exhibition, called Diverse Works, on Tues 19 Nov, 5-7pm at Chateau Rhubarbe on Edward St, Wake-
field. All welcome, free nibbles - buy your own drinks. Plunket Photo Fundraiser Stoke High Five Playgroup Sat 23 Nov at :175 Quarantine Rd. Sittings for a portrait are $15 donated straight to Plunket & 8x12 colour/BW family photograph of your choice. No obligation! To book ph/txt Christel 0220816741. REGULAR EVENTS 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 Antique Bottle & Collectables Club meet first Tuesday every month Surburban Club, Tahunanui Drive at 7.30pm. Informal and informative. Bring your treasures. Judy 03 545 2181 x Richmond Senior Citizens 62 Oxford St Richmond. Heaps of activities available, friendly family atmosphere Contact Elaine Mead Ph 5445654 Mon to Fri 10am–1pm. Antique Bottle & Collectables Club meet first Tues every month Surburban Club, Tahuna Dr at 7.30pm. Informal & informative. Bring your treasures. Judy 5452181 Richmond Senior Citizens 62 Oxford St Richmond. Quizzes, Housie, Indoor Bowls, Crafts, Lunches, Rummikub, Exercises & Much more Ph. Elaine Mead 5445654 Mon-Fri 10am-1pm. Mum4Mum Breastfeeding support meets the last Tues of every month 2.30pm-4pm at the Tahuna Community Centre, 61 Muritai St, Tahuna. All welcome Ph Tara 0212772098 or mum4mum@ nbph.org.nz TOASTMASTERS Develop your personal social confidence by learning the art & skills of public speaking at Madhatters Toastmasters Club. Meetings every Fri 7am-8:30am. For info, phone Kate 548-6636.
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NeumaNN Linnley and Matt Neumann are very proud to announce the birth of their beautiful daughter Zoe Kaye at Wellington Hospital 6 November 2013. Weighing 7lb 3oz. Grandparents Gwyn & Erl Grange and Kaye & Kevin Neumann absolutely delighted
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SELWOOD John and Hayley, along with proud grandparents, are delighted to announce the arrival of their beautiful daughter and granddaughter Chelsea Anne, 9lb 2oz, on October 28, 2013. A huge thank you to Lynda Smith, along with help from Jean Horn and David Leadbetter.
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Sunday Services 17 November No Richmond Services 10.00am Morning Tea 10.30am Family Service at Tea Pot Valley Camp Theme: Unity in Fellowship All Welcome Wednesday 10.00am Holy Communion www.holytrinityrichmond.org.nz
Richmond Church of Christ
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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
Includes JAM Kids program
Sunday 8.00am St Joseph’s Pitfire Road, Wakefield 9.30am Richmond Church
Wednesday 20 Nov 10am Favourite Hymns
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4 McGlashen Ave, Richmond Ph: 544 6613
40 Vanguard St, Nelson Ph: 548 7955
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