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Edgar retained their places in the keenly contested four seat ward. Murray Kerr, Maxwell Clark and Mike Rodwell, while unsuccessful, attracted enough support to justify their entries in the race. Meanwhile the status quo has been preserved in MoutereWaimea ward where Tim King, Trevor Norriss and Brian Ensor were comfortably returned with their only challenger, former three term mayor John Hurley, unable to convince constituents he
should be recalled to the local political arena. Kit Maling lost the biggest Richard Kempthorne will serve trout he hooked at the weekend a second term as Tasman mayor but he wasn’t too concerned. after easily holding Murchison After Saturday’s election he farmer Ted O’Regan at bay by soon has bigger fish to fry as more than 4,000 votes. one of Tasman District CounWhile Kit Maling is a new face cil’s two new Richmond ward among council ranks his famcouncillors, together with proily name is well known and fessional fishing guide Zane respected in local government Mirfin. with his late father Rob having Their election was at the exbeen mayor of Richmond Borpense of the incumbents Miough during 1980-6 after servchael Higgins and Gordon Curing two terms as a councillor. rie while Glenys Glover, who When he was 10 Kit’s famtopped the poll, and Judene ily came to Richmond from Canada and on leaving Waimea College he started an apprenticeship as a golf professional in Nelson. “I wasn’t going to make the cut as a golfer so I joined the police force,” says Kit whose wife Leanne can vouch for their transient lifestyle as she remembers all the addresses around the country they lived during various official postings. The Malings moved back to the Waimea district 12 years and ran an orchard. “That was tough going as are most business endeavours on Holmes brothers, Cooper (2, of Positive Beginnings) and Bayley (5, Leanne & Kit Maling celebrate a victory at home in front of the plains at the moment,” says of Henley School) were two of the many hundreds of children who a family painting depicting Kit’s ancestor’s fishing for salmon enjoyed the new TDC playground equipment on the corner of CamKit. (go to page 2) in the north of England bridge and Oxford streets during the school holidays
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The Commonwealth Games are well advanced and so is the Australian medal tally. We asked some locals if they are tuning in to the live action and highlights packages on TV.
“I’d watch it all if I could but the kids hog the TV.”
“I’m interested in any event with a New Zealander competing. I’m a bit of a runner myself so I like the track and field in particular.”
“I watch the cycling because my husband is right into it.”
“I love the cycling and the swimming. The netball and hockey is good too ... actually I’ll watch everything I can.”
JUST-IN NEWS Drumming monkeys swinging into Richmond
A group of performing puppets touted to be the next Hi-5, and bigger and better than Bananas in Pajamas, is high-tailing it from Australia to the Nelson A&P Show. Show manager Liz Harvey si excited about the band called Amazing Drumming Monkeys, which makes its NZ debut at Richmond Park. Class Kiwi chef Richard Till will also be here to judge the home industry section which includes a new category for cheesemakers. See the website thenelsonshow.org for schedules or phone 544 7181. The show is on Nov 20/21.
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(from front page) When asked what inspired him to stand for Tasman council election Kit told Waimea Weekly, “It was the issues of rates and affordability. With the downturn in the economy people are finding it tougher than I think council appreciates; they need a bit of a break.” Kit was naturally delighted with his election and says “it came on the back of a lot of hard work. I knocked on the doors of, or at least spoke to, 1600 households in the ward during my campaign. When you put so much effort in it is very pleasing and a relief to get the result,” he says. Kit would like to thank all those who supported his successful bid to be a Richmond ward councillor. “Thanks to all of you who took the trouble to vote. It’s all very well to express your support verbally but without taking the time to tick the boxes and post back your forms it counts for nothing.” Incidentally, voter return in Tasman district was 49.8%, being 16,818 forms excluding special votes. Kit concluded, “I’m now a councillor, I enjoyed my day out with a friend trout fishing, my cricket team (Waimea-Toi Toi) won on Saturday and now you tell me Tasman Makos have just beaten Bay of Plenty. It’s been a good weekend.” Meanwhile Richmond ward’s other new councilor Zane Mirfin was thrilled with his next-to-top spot in the poll. The husband of Aimee and father of four Henley School children says, “It wasn’t a single issue which prompted me to throw my hat into the ring. I’ve always been interested and concerned about what goes on
in my community and I want to see informed and balanced decisions made in the running of it. Now with this public support I can be involved and help in that process.” Zane admits as a new boy on the council block, Zane Mirfin “I’m willing to 6th generation Richwatch, listen mond man with a paand learn. It’s a rochial passion bit humbling to be picked ahead of Michael Higgins who I regard as a good person and effective councilor. He in particular was very helpful to me during the campaign and all the candidates in the running were civil and there was none of the mud-slinging among these in Tasman which mars so many elections.” Not only is Zane’s heart in Tasman but also his family heritage dating back to the arrival of the sailing ship Thomas Harrison at Port Nelson in 1842. “I’m a sixth generation Richmond man. The Mirfins are well known in these parts and my dad Stuart was a bank manager here for 30 years.” While this was Zane’s first bid for local body election he and his father were cofounders of the Outdoor Recreation Party which attracted 5% of the party vote in Nelson and West Coast-Tasman in the 2002 general election. “Serving on council will be an exciting challenge. And there isn’t a better district in New Zealand to serve than Tasman,” says Zane.
Queen St. design ‘confrontational’ The present design of Richmond town’s main street is condusive to clutter and confrontational to pedestrians, according to Tasman District Council transportation manger Gary Clark. During the current 10 year plan council is prepared to spend more than $6m on giving our central business district a refreshing facelift. Already a ring-road system has been developed wich encourages motorists not intending to stop in town to use the Gladstone RoadMcGlashen Ave./Talbot St.- Salisbury Road-Oxford St. route, thus freeing the main street of superfluous traffic. “We need to reduce vehicular traffic thoroughfare, create wider footpaths in Queen St. and remove clutter such as shop sandwich boards. And street furniture in Queen St. needs to be upgraded in accordance with Sundial Square and perhaps a water theme introduced; all of which will make the street more pedestrian friendly,” says Gary. Council is actively encouraging the residential and business community to make suggestions for the future look of Queen St. “We’ve had quite a bit of feedback from the public and from a good cross-section of the community. There is a need for us to start moving in what direction we take sooner rather than later,” says Gary.
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Police Station in Richmond likely to get 24/7 coverage If Nelson Bays police area commander Inspector Brian McGurk gets his wish the Richmond station will have 24 hours a day, seven days a week coverage by Christmas. “Yes, that’s what I would like to see, which will mean there are always at least two police officers on duty in Richmond; not necessarily always in attendance at the station but working in the area and able to be more proactive than the present roster allows,” says Brian. He says total police staff (144.6) for the Nelson Bays area will remain constant in the meantime with various changes to roles and placements of officers made in accordance with Richmond being recognized as an extension of suburban Nelson city rather than a separate area of police concern. Included among the propos-
Nelson Bays police area commander Inspector Brian McGurk als under consultation and consideration over the next few weeks is redeploying the senior sergeant at Richmond to the role of area staff coordinator based in the Nelson station. “If that occurs there probably wouldn’t be an OC (officer in charge) as such in Richmond,” says Brian.
He adds, “The number of calls police are receiving is ever-increasing and what we need to do is put the resources we’ve got in places and positions to be more responsive and victim-orientated.” While deterrence and response to criminal threat to human life and health is a top priority it is expected the proposed changes to police coverage in the town will stem the disturbing recent increase in vandalism in residential and commercial areas. Brian will be holding meetings in the Tasman region over the next few weeks at which the public are most welcome to express their concerns related to local policing issues. These meetings are at: Richmond Town Hall on Tuesday October 19; Wakefield Fire Station on Tuesday October 26 and; Murchison Recreation Centre on Wednesday November 10, all with a 7pm start.
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‘Missing my cat’ story rouses compassion Back in the late 1970s American singer Yvonne Elliman had a number one song entitled ‘If I can’t have you, I don’t want nobody baby.’ It seems that is the feeling of six year old Connor, the subject of our front page story (October 6 issue) concerning his tabby cat which was handed in to SPCA and subsequently re-homed in Wakefield. Waimea Weekly received feedback from sev-
eral pet lovers who sympathised with the boy’s plight but in most cases qualified their comments by saying this was one of the many pitfalls in not having male cats neutered before they start roaming for mates. Thankyou to those three tabby cat owners who offered their pets as a substitute. In the meantime Connor’s mother is considering the options and is touched by your kindness.
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Fairytale horses for a fantastic Santa parade When it comes to Gypsy Vanners, Kathy Andrus has the majority to rule our nation’s equestrian empire. With 13 of 25 of these placid, feather footed breed known to exist in the country, her Wairoa Gorge farm (near Brightwater) is not only our Gypsy Vanner capital but also the first place they set their hairy hooves in New Zealand. “I brought the first ones here in 2005 after they were introduced to USA from England in 1996. As the name suggests they were bred by gypsies and used to pull their wagons since a long, long time ago. The breed has since been tuned in accordance with the gypsies’ specific uses for them,” says Kathy who was attracted to them in America because of they appeared to be “a typical, little girl’s fairytale horse.” And appropriately it is a fairytale in which several of her horses will feature in Queen Street soon. The Richmond Pak ‘n’ Save Santa Parade on Saturday, November 27 follows the theme ‘A Fairytale Christmas’ and event manger Lisa Norriss has asked Kathy to make some of her horses available for this exciting occasion.
Top left: Kathy drives her 100 year-old carriage made of solid English oak with hand-cast iron chassis. It was sent to Indonesia to incorporate typical elaborate carvings and was used there to carry British Diplomats before making its way to New Zealand in the 1960s. This unique carriage and the horses are available for wedding and event hire. Top right: Kathy with Appleby “I was asked to prepare some for last year’s Santa Parade but I had so many other bookings I wasn’t able to. Because they have so much hair compared to other breeds a lot of people don’t realize it takes hours and hours to wash and dry and brush them ready for such occasions,” she says. Kathy’s horses, with Mr Beau Jangles
leading the way, have been used to pull carriages and wagons at weddings and other special social occasions and are no strangers to filling in for Dasher, Dancer, Prancer & Co. having pulled Santa around Richmond Park at a previous Henley School Christmas party. Kathy understands her horses, which are naturally so quiet she doesn’t have
to break them in but “merely teaches them how to steer” will be used by the local medieval group and dressed accordingly to carry jousters and the like. With Body in Space theatre company appointed by Richmond Unlimited to organize the event, this years Richmond Pak ‘n’ Save Santa Parade promises to be the best yet.
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Letter to the editor
Pomeroy’s general manager Hayden Thompson tastes some of his medalwinning coffees
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Nelson coffee roaster, Pomeroy’s, has won two medals at the national coffee awards. The coffee-makers entered three different coffees in the awards and won two silver medals and a bronze. General manager Hayden Thompson says he was stoked to come away with the three awards. “We put in our Guatemalan and our espresso formula two, both have been repackaged for the grocery market and we pulled a silver for both of them, which was great. Then we put our Toxic brand in the organic section and won a bronze for that.” Hayden says Pomeroy’s have entered the awards in the past and have always done pretty well. “We’ve always got something out of it, which is great because we really try to keep that consistency going from year to year.” The awards are getting more and more prestigious as more coffee roasters enter. This year 66 coffee roasters entered with just under 300 coffees over the various categories. As a winner Pomeroy’s get to put the silver sticker on its winners for a year says Hayden. “To be able to have our new brand coffee going into supermarkets with a silver medal is a great kick-start for us.” Hayden estimates it supplies 60 to 70 percent of the cafe and restaurant market in Nelson. “There are more coffee roasters than ever so you have to be on the top of your game and continue to put out a great product or you won’t be doing it for long.”
Sir, I would like to express my absolute shock and amazement at your front page story regarding Gordie the cat being re-homed. I feel you have done our SPCA an extreme injustice by running this story, I’m sure they did everything they possibly could to try and get Gordie back to his owner and they were only doing what they had to do by re-homing Gordie. Having Gordie neutered, vaccinated and chipped is only what any responsible cat owner should have already done. You have portrayed Kharissa, Conner & Xavier as victims when it is quite clear that they are not. The first place they should have checked for Gordie was the SPCA as most pet owners know. Claiming financial hardship for not having Gordie neutered is rubbish, he should have been done when he was a kitten and it doesn’t cost much at all and then he would not have been out roaming ‘as boy cats do’.
Yes it is hard for the children losing a pet but this is not an excuse for you to rubbish and discredit our awesome SPCA, they do a wonderful job and deserve a public apology for this unfairness. Jo Brown Editor: Well done on exalting SPCA - indeed a very honourable organization - but no need to defend them in this instance as there was no attack against them. It was pointed out inspector Craig Crowley confirmed Gordie had been held for twice as long as legally obliged and that he had made two appeals to the new owner on behalf of the former owners. There was no criticism of SPCA, stated or applied. For you to say Kharissa should have done this and done that is perhaps unfair. I’m sure we’ve all been guilty of procrastination at some stage for one reason or other. Some, such as Connor in this case, have to pay for the consequences.
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There’s never a dull moment at Richmond Mall. Last week, during the school holidays, El Gregoe the Magician conducted 12 shows for the delight of children, and their parents. El Gregoe says, “We had huge attendances at all our shows and I was inspired to come here by my magician son Nicholas who performed in the mall last year. He’s now performing successfully in Austrlia and he told me how responsive the children of Richmond are to such acts as the magic and ventrilquism I do. He was right. The SHOWERS local kids are as good an audience as I’ve had SHOWERS anywhere in the country; I’ll definitely be back,” SHOWERS says El Gregoe.
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When the news came through from Girl Guiding New Zealand that 13 year-old Brightwater girl Brianna Thompson had been accepted for Peak 2010, she started counting down the days with excited anticipation. Waimea Weekly previewed Brianna’s trip and as promised she has sent us this report of her experience. “Fundraising is difficult when, having recently moved from Wellington to the Waimea district, you don’t know that many people. However, having delivered pamphlets, sold pinecones, chocolates, mascara and anything I could get my hands on, including goldfish from our pond, I had some money towards my trip and got to know my new neighbours. Well in advance my suitcase was packed and I was ready to go. When I finally pulled up to the airport, reality hit along with the nerves. My support crew was on hand to see me off in the form of Mum, Dad, my three brothers and even Nana and Poppa who had come up from Christchurch. We had planned our trip to arrive in EngBrianna gets up close and cosy with Tigger near Pooh land three weeks before the camp so we Corner at Disneyland could do some sight-seeing. We ticked off the tourist spots; Big Ben, London Bridge, The Back to the UK and off to the Peak district. AltoTower of London, St Pauls, London Dungeon, gether there were 6000 people who were divided Hamleys, Madame Tussauds and Buckingham into 12 sub-camps which included Scout and Palace. We even got to see the Queen. We had a Guide units from 23 countries from around the quick trip to Paris, visiting the Eiffel Tower. The world. As the New Zealand contingent, we were Louvre was great but the best thing was definitely hosted by the UK based 1st Sandiacre Guide shopping in Paris. Unit. Upon arrival, we met the girls who were hosting us and walked down to our campsite where all the tents were already up. The spectacular opening ceremony featured balloons, each bearing the name people on camp. Scheduled activities included kayaking in the lake, air rifle shooting, street hockey, caving, off-site climbing, sailing and bush craft in which we even made fire with sticks. During evenings themed concerts were held at the main arena 2011 YEAR 7 Orientation with music by the amazing DJ Spud. During the week we were kept busy with sub Enrolled students orientation visits camp competitions of netball, tug of war, footarranged through local primary schools for ball and volleyball. in zone students. A fantastic week closed with a ceremony and Other students welcome on either day. phenomenal fireworks display.The week at 18 October - country schools Camp went very fast and before I knew it, it was 19 October town schools over and we were all exhausted and heading to the airport for Disneyland and then home. 1:30pm in school hall
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Zumba dance fun and fitness for women’s health Richmond bowls pleased you had a go Tomorrow, Thursday October 14, Zumba Tasman invite you to Party in Pink at a community Zumba class as a fundraiser for NZ Breast Cancer Foundation and their Pink October campaign. “We want to get as many people as possible to dress in pink (male and female) and we have many pink prizes donated by generous local retailers,” says Zumba
instructor Caroline Hoar. She is assisted by Tracy Dawson who says, “Tere will be twice the opportunity to have fun, get fit and support the New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation (NZBCF).” Caroline points out, “Breast cancer has touched many of our participants in various ways and we want to get as many people as possible to
Zumba in pink to show their support. Zumba Tasman was born from Caroline’s love of dance and being a Les Mills instructor and inspired by a wonderful trip to Brazil. Tracy and Caroline wanted to do something of value in the Tasman community and they know everyone enjoys an hour off to dance and have fun with friends.
“One great thing we have noticed is how many people in the community come to Zumba who have never exercised before and don’t fit with the perceived image of gym bunnies. Also they are very relieved to see that we are not too young or perfect or unapproachable,” says Caroline, adding “Each class burns up to 700 calories or 6 weight watcher points, whatever they are.” So take a friend, dress in pink and go along at 6:15pm to the Hope Domain Hall for Party in Pink Entry is $6 with proceeds going to NZBCF.
Ken Smith of Richmond Bowling Club reports that 10 new faces showed up to the Have a Go at Lawn Bowls player recruitment drive last Sunday. “From those 10 we’ve got two who seem committed to playing competitive bowls at the club while another two are very interested in the social play and aspect of the club. That’s a good result but it’s never too late for anyone to come along and see what goes on. Thanks to all those who turned out,” says Ken. Phone 544 7076 or 544 6462 for more details. A collection of donations on the day raised $200 for the Christchurch earthquake appeal.
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2002 TOYOTA COROLLA RUNX, 26,000kms - $12995 2002 TOYOTA IST, 1500cc, 47,000kms - $11995 2001 TOYOTA VITZ RS, 101,000kms - $8995 2001 TOYOTA IPSUM, 7 Seater, 97,000kms - $11995 2001 SUBARU LANCASTER - $9995 2001 MITSUBISHI CHARIOT GRANDIS, Disability Seat, 48,000kms - $10995 2004 CHEVROLET CRUISE, Automatic, 57,000kms - $8995 2002 MITSUBISHI CEDIA S/W, 75,000kms - $9995 2002 HONDA STREAM, 7 Seater - $8995 2004 NISSAN PRIMERA, Lovely Car - $10995 2005 VW TOURAN, 7 Seater, Arriving - $17995 2004 VW GOLF, Automatic, 62,000kms, New Shape - $16995 2002 VOLVO S40, Automatic, 60,000kms - $11995 2003 MAZDA RX8 Coupe, Automatic, 89,000kms - $16995 2001 BMW 318, Blue, 55,000kms - $14995 2001 MAZDA TRIBUTE, Value - $10995 2001 HONDA ACCORD, Station Wagon, SRI, Red - $7995 1996 VW POLO, Tidy Condition - $5995 2002 MAZDA DEMIO, Yellow, Attractive Car - $7995 2003 MITSUBISHI COLT, 4WD, White - $7995 2003 MITSUBISHI COLT 1500, Mags etc - $8995 1993 MAZDA B2200, Flatdeck, 125,000kms - $5995 2001 NISSAN BASSARA, 7 Seater - $9995 1979 ROVER SDI V8, Automatic, 68,000kms, Collectable Item - $6995 1994 HONDA CIVIC 5SP, 145,000kms, As Traded - $2995 1991 ALFA 33, Tidy Example - $3995 2000 TOYOTA BB, Alloys, 80,000kms - $9990
2002 TOYOTA LANDCRUSIER LTD V8 - $39990 2004 MAZDA BOUNTY, Dual Cab, Canopy, Turbo - $22990 1998 MERCEDES Ml320, 114,000kms - $17990 2003 KIA SORENTO, 90,000kms - $16990 2003 MAZDA FRIENDEE, 8 Seater, 81,000kms - $11990 2001 TOYOTA IPSUM, 90,000kms, 7 Seater, Dual Sunroofs - $12990 2005 TOYOTA VITZ, New Shape - $10990 2002 CORROLLA RUNZ, 56,000kms, Alloys - $10990 2004 Subaru Impreza, 4WD, Red, 80,000kms - $10990 2003 VW POLO, 69,000kms, Red, Immaculate - $10990 2001 NISSAN PRIMERA, S/W, Gold, 75,000kms - $9990 2002 NISSAN NAVARA, Dual Cab, 4x4, Diesel - $17990 1999 FALCON XR6 TICKFORD, 140,000kms, Red - $9990 2002 TOYOTA BB, Good Example, Alloys - $9990 2000 HONDA CRV, Sunroof, 5 Speed Manual - $8990 2003 MITSUBISHI COLT, 80,000kms, Red - $8990 1993 DAIHATSU ROCKY, Cheap Transport - $4990 2001 NISSAN SYLPY, 5 Speed Manual, Only 10,000kms - $9990 1988 MAZDA 626, S/W, Reliable Transport - $2490 2003 TOYOTA COROLLA, Automatic, 29,000kms - $12990 2004 TOYOTA CAMRY, As New, Only 56,000kms - $15990 2002 BMW 320, 65,000kms, Drives Good - $15990 2001 HONDA CIVIC, Automatic, 38,000kms - $10990 1998 COURIER, Dual Cab, Turbo, 160,000kms - $11990 1996 NISSAN MISTRAL, 7 Seater, 75,000kms - $8490 1990 HONDA ODYSSEY, 7 Seater, 90,000kms - $8990 ZEPHYR CARAVAN - $7990 1996 BMW 318TI, 114,000kms, Mags etc - $6990 1992 TOYOTA ESTIMA, 180,000kms, Petrol, 8 Seater - $4990 2004 MAZDA BOMGO VAN, Automatic, 90,000kms, Arriving - $10990
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Local dealer opens new yard A Nelson car yard has expanded, doubling the size of its yards. Dowell Wholesale Cars on Rutherford St opened its new yard last week and owner Paul Dowell says the expansion has come about because he has been “flat stick.” “Everyone is crying doom and gloom but there has been no recession for me.” Paul says his first yard was predominately set up to sell cars to other dealers but he was selling more and
Holden Commodore VY 2004
If its a larger car for the impending Xmas holidays that you are after, then this could be it. It has a peppy 3800cc v6 engine and is automatic. The interior is in extremely tidy condition. It also has cruise control, air-conditioning, 2 airbags, electric front windows and mirrors, factory CD and remote central locking.
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Very good condition for its age and mileage. NZ new and has only had 1 owner. It has a peppy 2000cc engine and is 5 speed manual. It also has air-conditioning, drivers airbag, electric windows and mirrors and factory alloy wheels.
more from his yard so he decided to expand it and make the second yard mainly for sales to the public. He has a wide range of stock catering to most tastes. “The other yard was predominately New Zealand new cars, a lot of which were good quality, well maintained leased cars. But this new yard has predominately imports so now we have a great range.” Paul has been in the car business for many years, specialising in selling cars to other dealers. But has found himself now selling to the public once again. To help with the new yard Paul has brought on board yard
Nissan Pulsar LS Hatch 2005
This seems to be a very popular car judging by how many are being driven on NZ roads. It has a peppy 1800cc engine and is 5 speed manual. The interior is in very tidy condition. NZ new and is a 1 owner car. It also has airconditioning, towbar, central locking, 2 airbags, CD and electric windows and mirrors.
Hyundai Getz Hatch 2006
If its great fuel economy that you are after then this is the car for you. NZ new and is 1 owner. It has been an ex lease car so has been on a full service plan from new. It has a peppy 1400cc engine and is 5 speed manual. It also has 2 airbags, air-conditioning, ABS brakes, CD, electric windows and mirrors.
Toyota Hilux Cabplus 2WD 2003
Subaru Legacy LTD Wagon 2003
Ideal tradesman or handymans ute. It is NZ new and 1 owner. Peppy 3000cc diesel engine and is 5 speed manual. Towbar, canopy, tuffdeck and seats 4 in the cab.
manager Anton Tonk. “It’s good to have Anton here; it should give me a small amount of free time so I can get back on my bike.” Paul a keen cyclist and former stockcar racer, is famous for giving 100 percent to whatever he does and he is aiming to put that winning formula back into running his two yards. Paul is happy to answer enquires from all over the Nelson and Tasman district and reckons the best way to run a car dealership is front it yourself and that’s exactly what he does. To enquire about the cars below give Paul or Anton a call on 548 0568.
This is the top of the range of this model. NZ new and has high and low ratio 4wd. It has a peppy 2500cc engine and is 5 speed manual. Factory alloy wheels, towbar, 2 airbags, cruise control, climate air-conditioning, electric windows and mirrors and velour trim
2001 Holden Astra City
Really tidy little car, NZ new, 1800cc 5 speed manual. The interior is in very tidy condition. It has aftermarket alloy wheels, 2 airbags and air conditioning. Very tidy condition for its year and mileage. Cambelt was last done at 80000km.
Ford Econovan LWB Van 2004
This would be a great van for the tradesman or handyman. NZ new and 1 owner. It has a 2500cc diesel engine and is 5 speed manual. It also has air-conditioning, double side loading doors, tinted windows, a CD player and central locking.
Mazda 121 Demio 2002
Ford Falcon BF XT 2006
Honda Accord Euro 2007
Suzuki Jimny 140 2000
Nissan Liberty 7 Seater 1998
Ford Falcon BA XT 2003
2007 Commodore Omega
Toyota Corolla GL 1994
This would be the ideal car for the fuel conscious. It is NZ new and had 1 owner. It has a peppy 1500cc 4 cylinder engine and is 5 speed manual. The interior is in extremely tidy condition. It also has electric windows and mirrors, central locking, air-conditioning, CD, drivers airbag and roof rails.
If you have got extra people to carry or a bigger family to contend with then this would be a great car for you as it has seating for 7 people. It has a peppy 2000cc engine and is automatic. The interior is in very tidy condition. It also has factory alloy wheels, body kit, 2 airbags, CD, airconditioning, central locking and electric windows and mirrors. 1 owner in NZ since being imported from Japan.
If its a car to tow the boat or caravan or a late model NZ new car at a bargain price that you are looking for then I should be hearing from you soon. This is a 1 owner ex lease car and has been on a full service plan from new. It also has cruise control, airconditioning, 2 airbags, CD and electric windows and mirrors.
This is an extremely tidy 1 owner NZ new Falcon. Privately owned from new. Ideal for towing the boat or caravan or for that extra interior room for the kids. It has a peppy 4000cc 6 cylinder engine and is automatic with the tiptronic option. It also has a towbar, electric front windows and mirrors, factory CD, air-conditioning and 2 airbags.
This is your chance to buy a great value late model 1 owner NZ new car. It has been on a full service plan from new. The interior is in immaculate condition. It has factory alloys, towbar, 4 airbags, dual climate air-conditioning and electric windows and mirrors. It has a peppy 2300cc 4 cylinder engine and is automatic with the tiptronic option.
Not often you can buy one of these this cheaply. 1 owner, and has been on a full maintaince lease from new. It has a peppy 3600cc v6 and is automatic. Cruise control, towbar, factory CD, electric windows and mirrors, factory alloys and is still the current shape. The interior is very tidy.
Extremely tidy example and is a credit to its previous 2 NZ owners. It has a peppy 1300cc engine and is 5 speed manual. It has Hi & Low ratio 4WD. Would be ideal for towing behind a motorhome or for some weekend adventures. It had the cambelt replaced at 99000km.
An ever popular Corolla and in extremely good condition. Its condition is a real credit to its 2 previous NZ owners. It has a peppy 1600cc engine and is automatic. The cambelt was replaced at 109000km. The interior is in immaculate condition.
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WEDNESDAY 13 October 2010
Watch out ladies, the blokes are cooking with gas By Phillip Rollo with sushi, rice dishes, things for lunch, microThe typical Kiwi bloke enjoys nothing more than wave dishes that including soup and cake, desserts, cooking something that they have caught them- and curries, John says they have all been helpful. selves. So when the Blokes in the Kitchen com- “I think it’s all been good. The microwave one was munity group at the Richmond Church of Christ pretty good. You pick up odd things. It’s more that took on ‘Catch it, prepare it,’ it was a very popular it gets you in a frame of mind to do it.” lesson. The menu consisted of food they had or Fresh Choice Richmond had donated product to could catch in the outdoors, and included white- the group, and Peter along with the organizers of bait, mussels, smoked salmon, wild pork, and ven- Blokes in the Kitchen, say they couldn’t have done ison. “We’re dealing with things that blokes like. it without their support. “I think its been awesome They enjoy going out fishing, and hunting, and getting them on board, donating a bit of stock, we it’s good to know what to do with it once you’ve really appreciate their support.” caught it,” says Sushi Heaven chef Peter O’Neill. The final lesson of Blokes in the Kitchen will be “I think it’s a good thing for blokes to cook their followed by a night where each member cooks for game and seafood.” a friend or family member. There has also been With only one more lesson remaining, head chef plenty of interest in a future course, and the church Peter says Blokes in the Kitchen has been very is considering another cooking group targeted at successful. “A lot of the guys have been very men who live alone. keen, asking a lot of good questions, having a lot of fun. A lot of them said they’ve tried it out of their family and friends, and that’s what it’s all about.” The ‘blokes’ have enjoyed the course as well. “You cook, but this is just different ways of looking at it. Unless you’re in to watchGreat range of exotics and NZ Natives ing cooking shows, which Good value reductions from grower to you are quite finicky and going for the complication, whereas this you just do Open 7 Days 9.00 - 5.00. Eftpos facilities available it,” says John Brockway. Chef Peter O’Neill shows the blokes how to prepare a delicious meal While the course has had 33 Lansdowne Rd, Appleby, RD1, Richmond of venison plenty of variation starting Ph: 544 5569 www.deansnursery.co.nz
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Photo: Photoaction with a new bike for Christmas. Then, with the dawn of a new year only just behind us it will be the turn of the Three Quarter Midgets as they contest the TQ 1000. This will be a precursor to the New Zealand TQ Champs a few weeks later and will be a good test for drivers and machines to make sure the cars are ready for their big meeting of the speedway calendar. On January 12 & 13 we will see our first of New Zealand titles
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Ministock class youngsters scramble for position in the 12-16 year class Photo: KT Photos for the season, the New Zealand race during the meeting for the from these cars and although Stockcar Grand Prix which will derby cars as well. So you get a small in size they will be big in be the first New Zealand title chance to go racing as well as try performance and excitement. for this grade at our track and to wreck other cars on the same The Super Saloons will be back you can guarantee that these night. This should be a lot of fun in action on February 12 as they guys will not disappoint when it and who knows, it could be the go head to head and contest comes to action in the dirt. start of your new speedway ca- the South Island Super Saloon We should see one of the biggest reer so get your mates together Championship. fields of competitors we have and lay down the challenge. Next season the Tahuna Beach seen on our clay for a long time. As mentioned before, the New Holiday Park Nelson Speedway January 22 will be the night of Zealand TQ Midget Champion- will host the New Zealand Super the Classic Hits Derby, only this ship is to be held at our track this Saloon title so we should see a time there will be a difference. season on January 28 & 29. good number of entries here to Not only will there be a derby Will we see a South Islander take get their cars dialled in before but there will also be a street car the title this season? Time will the big one. tell. One thing For all you motorcycle nuts the is for sure, there New Zealand Sidecar Champiwill be some onship on February 18 & 19 will fast action- be a meeting not to miss. It is our packed racing third and last New Zealand title
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for the season but in no way is it any less important or exciting than those earlier. Our track commentator Dave Birdling calls these guys “the crazies of speedway”, while others call them the chariots of doom. Call them what you will but you have to feel nothing but admiration for someone who gets on a three wheeled motorcycle with no brakes and goes flat out around a track with only a concrete wall to keep them in the arena. Anything can happen when these guys get together on the track and it probably will. The weather last season at North Island tracks meant that a lot of the Stockcar drivers from that part of the country could not participate in last season’s Stock Shock which in turn meant that our competitor numbers were down. That did not mean that the action was
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Richmond historian Peter Kearns reflects on an iconic diner in Richmond for many years, the pie cart. Keith and Grace Burtenshaw started a business in a purpose built mobile diner in 1951. The diner was constructed in Timaru by Keith’s brother. This was the first pie cart for Richmond and was in the main positioned in Croucher Street on the road edge alongside the current Star & Garter Hotel. There was a time because of council requirements when it was shifted to Cambridge Street just off the corner where Harcourts real estate offices are
now. All pre-cooking was carried out from an approved stand alone kitchen in behind the Burtenshaw’s home in Church Street Richmond adjacent to Richmond School playing field. Keith became renowned for his specially prepared infra-red grilled steaks for which on numerous occasions groups of people visiting Nelson would make the trip out to enjoy. The business was well supported and the Burtenshaws had good reliable staff in Harry Norgate and Ivan Lewis while For many, a feed at the pie cart on the way home from a long evenboth Grace and Keith would ing at the pub was a highlight of the culinary week also be on the job themselves. In 1956 Eddie Donnithorne took over the business from the cart operator and ably assisted by others whilst Keith and Grace saw an opportunity in Mo- in attendance. tueka and set up business there. Other owners who I doubt we will see another such diner ever grace followed were Peter Farmer and Jim Cuthbert and the current Sun Dial Square. others whose names I don’t quickly recall. As restaurants evolved and eating houses gener- NB. Grace Burtenshaw still resides in Richmond ally extended their opening hours the days of the with husband Tom Pearson. It is of real interest to pie cart diminished very quickly. note that Grace is the sole survivor and I think she I remember during my rugby playing days follow- in discussion gave an indication she is now four ing games on a Saturday, there may have been a score and ten something. visit somewhere to a dance or private party and in- Grace’s dad was Wattie Hill and there was a famvariably the night or early morning was not com- ily of three sisters, Vera, Phyllis and Joyce with plete without a feed at the pie cart. Many a story brothers Ken & Joe. The latter was a past propriewas told and retold at the venue - it may have had tor of Waimea Stores, as covered previously. to do with the day’s game, a news event, whatever, Wattie Hill had farmed a property where Waimea Villge is today and Joe had built a house there that it was a great place to convene. The occasional skirmish may have occurred there remains today occupied by IDSS residents. The following a person having had a little too much original Hill home/farm ( well back off Gladstone to drink, but never did things get out of hand as Road ) in my earlier days was owned by one Watlike the bottle throwing and the like of the mo- tie Jenkins and his wife was a teacher in my time ment here in the district. Always a steadying influ- at Richmond School;, that would be about the late ence to control any potential problem would come 1940’s early 1950’s era. Corrections from past editions - * I made mention of Howard & Gilbert Wilkes being the founders of the W E Wilkes company, this is incorrect the firm was founded by their father. * Mention of the Baptist Church shifting from Queen Street to Croucher Street is not so, this church relocated to Salisbury Road alongside the ASB Aqua Pool. * Then another church the Church of Christ relocated from Lower Queen Street to Croucher Street alongside Maling Pensioner Flats. * On the right hand side of Queen Street assuming the direction of going towards the Gladstone Road intersection lights I made mention of there perhaps a house lived in by Max Hunter this was incorrect. The house I had in mind was occupied by a Mrs Elliot who was renowned for having a “white talking parrot” frequently surprising people with a “hello” as they walked by. Mrs Elliot was the mother-in-law of George Watson known as a bus driver for the Suburban Bus Company. * I also should have mentioned the Transport Company established by the Best brothers operating from where the Suburban bus company took over. Cuthert and Harold best had carried on a transport business established by their father Dan and this business would have continued until the early 1950’s it was best known as Waimea Transport.
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Mopars bound for Tasman Labour weekend will see a bevy of classic Mopars from around New Zealand converging on Nelson for the 3rd annual “Mopars in” weekend. The first two years has seen this gathering held in Geraldine. Mopar is a term that primarily covers the makes of Chrysler, Dodge, Plymouth, and Desoto. There are currently over 90 vehicles registered, ranging from the 1930’s to 2009. These cars will be out and about on the roads over the weekend, but the general public will have two opportunities to get
up close and personal to these cars with the first on Saturday October 23, 11am to 3 pm at Higgins Park (Steam Museum) in Pigeon Valley. Parts of the museum will be operational on Saturday in conjunction to the display time. Entry is a gold coin donation, with proceeds going to prostate cancer. The second opportunity will be on Sunday October 24, at Kaiteriteri from 12pm to 2:30pm. Again entry is gold coin donation, with proceeds to the Jack Inglis Friendship Hospital in Motueka.
Geoff Gaul of Spring Grove, president of the local Chrysler club, with one of his many Mopars, a 1973 Valiant Charger
Athletics Nelson opening night A talk from local athletics stars, Commonwealth Games highlights, some food and drink, a running film, and the official signup for Athletics Nelson and the National Academy of Distance Running await athletes interested in competing in the 2010-2011 track and field season. The opening night for secondary school age athletes and up will begin tomorrow, Thursday October 14, from 5.45pm at the Saxton Stadium Sports House, which is located adjacent Saxton Road and the netball courts.
After Athletics Nelson head coach Greg Lautenslager outlines the 2010-2011 season, top Nelson sprinters Alex Jordan and Hazel Bowering-Scott will talk about their experience overseas. Sprinters, jumpers, and throwers will be introduced to the Athletics Nelson event coaches and the programme for the National Academy of Distance Running will be explained to runners. All athletes are invited to stay for a running film. For more information, call Coach Lautenslager at 923-2321.
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Motocross training camp upskills 50 riders Coach Dan Shallcrass says the school holiday camps he runs are the complete A to Z for motocross riders. “We don’t only teach how to ride properly and how to improve by explaining the basics to start, which is where you should begin in any sport, and proper techniques but we teach all aspects of safety, machine care and maintenance and discuss right attitudes which affect enjoyment and performance.” Dan stresses that motocross is a family affair and as with any recreation or activity if the parents get involved with their kids everybody is going to enjoy the fun of the event with the
benefit of social interaction with family and friends. The latest camp at 88 Valley attracted 50 riders over two days and Dan was pleased so many participants were part of family groups. “We instruct at all levels according to individual stages of competence and development. There’s something for the absolute beginner and something for the pro rider at our camps,” says Dan. The next camp will be on October 31 and anyone wanting to register or wanting more information should phone or txt Dan on 027 2776035.
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Riders and instructors at the 88 Valley motocross camp, from left (back): Mason Harper, Milan Healey-Furniss, George Holland (with trophy for most improved rider at camp), Kyle Leitch, Julie Manderson and Nathan Roeske. In front are Shannon Hewetson, Bryan Heaphy, Dan Shallcrass (organizer) and Sandra Silcock
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Rugby champions to gather again Recently Waimea Old Boys Rugby Club’s champion team of 1990 enjoyed a re-union to coincide with the visit home of the title trophyhoisting captain Warren Phipps. Another reunion of a winning team from the Richmond based club is planned for Saturday, October 23. On this occasion a special focus will be on well known local rugby personality Carl Thelin. Apart from his involvement with Waimea, Carl was a Nelson rep captain who enjoyed both success and disappointment in Seddon Shield matches when it was an extremely meaningful and fiercely contested competition. Just ask Carl how he felt handing New Zealand’s secondmost famous and next-to-oldest rugby trophy to Peter Fry, Golden Bay-Motueka rugby captain and Riwaka club stalwart back in the 60s. Carl was Nelson Bays rugby coach during 197274, on his own and with help from Alvin Bond and Noel Barton, after taking the reins from Charlie Cowman and All Black Ron Horsley. After the amalgamation trial in 1969 between Nelson and Golden Bay-Motueka was passed, Waimea Old Boys was the first club to win a Nelson Bays senior championship, with Carl as coach and Tony Dixon being captain. The title was won after a titanic struggle against a rep-studded Takaka side which included later All Black Terry Mitchell and was captained by John Allan, now a Richmond resident. Ken Smith who was a member of the winning Waimea team recalls the match which was played at Rugby Park in Motueka. Incidentally the great Wallaby winger David Campese made his debut at Rugby Park, now the impressive Sportspark Motueka thanks to a vision and hard work done by Kelvin Bradley, George Sturgeon and Tasman councillor Barry Dowler. “We won the match 9-3 with Ron Tasker scoring all our points from a try and two dropped goals. Carl put Errol Thelin out on the wing to mark Terry Mitchell and he dropped him ever time he got the ball,” recalls Ken. The reunion of Carl’s champion team, open to all players, management and supporters together with their friends and family starts at 6.30pm at Waimea’s clubrooms. The bar will be open. Anyone with questions or memorabilia which could add to the occasion should phone Ken Smith on 5447516 or 021 2446000.
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Melanie Penn of Richmond with Alex Parry Melanie Penn, daughter of Diane and Rod Penn of Swamp Road was married recently in England to Welshman Alex Parry, her partner of seven years. They were married at Lemor Manor in Eardisley which is three hours drive from London. Rod says, “Diane and I, with our youngest daughter Amy, went over for the wedding which was a small affair but it was great. We had the whole place (Lemor Manor) to ourselves for the wedding which was great. “Melanie and Alex have been living in London for eight years and plan on moving to New Zealand to live early in the New Year, much to our delight. “We have a busy year with weddings as our Amy was married here at the start of this year and in March 2011 our third daughter Nikki is coming back from London with her man Mark to be married here in Nelson and stay to live in good ol’ New Zealand.”
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Belinda Ellis registers Team ANZ for the new Touch season with Aleisha Hart and Wayne Bateman correlating entries The Richmond Summer Touch Module isn’t far away and organisers are keen to get all the entries confirmed and sorted for the new season. Touch co-ordinator Aleisha Hart says, “We had a registration table set up in Richmond Mall on Saturday and we didn’t receive as many entries as we would have liked. We know the competition will be very popular again but people are inclined to wait until the last minute which doesn’t help us with our arrangements.” Phone Aleisha on 544 5922 or 027 6000 667 for more information or to register your team.
Yoga Class Something for everyone! Stretching & relaxing Beginners Welcome. Thursdays 5.30-7pm. Richmond Recreation Centre, Cambridge Street. First Class $5.00. Ph: Jamila 544 6145. Richmond Laughter Yoga Stretch. Breathe. Laugh. Relax. Laughing is a natural antidote to stress. A unique investment in your health and well being. Mondays 9.15 -10.15. Tasman Recreational Resource Centre 9 Cambridge St, Richmond No booking needed. Bring a yoga mat or towel.$2 unwaged $5 waged. Ph Marion 021 145 3027 Top of the South Motor Cross Event 6 & 7 of November, Motupipi, Takaka A family weekend of Moto cross, catering for the Mini’s right through to Vets Camping avaliable at the track. For entry form and more details, check out the events calendar at the club website, www.nmcc. co.nz Stoke Social Seniors Thurs Oct 14: Phil Steans entertains @ 1.30 pm $4. Stoke Seniors Hall. Fri Oct 22: Ruth’s Walking Group. Waimea River. Leave centre @ 10 am. Travel $5 Monday Art Classes 10am-12 pm. 1-3pm Stoke Memorial Hall. Weds NOV 3: Nelson City Brass Band concert in the Stoke Memorial Hall. 1.30 pm. Admission $5. Nov 6-10 Dunedin Trip. Cost:$310. Bookings & info contact Stoke Seniors Centre, Main Rd, Stoke 547-2660 Wakefield Seniors Group A new group for active seniors, “Live well, Stay well” at the Wakefield Village Hall, Tuesday 19 October, 9.45 am to 11am. Speaker Naomi Johnson, dietician. “Healthy Eating Made Easy.” For enquiries 541 9693 Garden Trail Sat 13 Nov 2010 10am – 4pm. Ten great gardens for you to visit in the Richmond/ Waimea Plains area. A fund raising event organised by Holy Trinity Church, Richmond, Nelson. Tickets $10 each – available from Richmond Mall Office. Contact: 544 6910 or 544 7435 Wakefield A new group for active seniors, “Live well, Stay well” at the Wakefield Village Hall, Tuesday 19 October, 9.45 am to 11am. Speaker Naomi Johnson, dietician. “Healthy Eating Made Easy.” For enquiries 541 9693 Womens Squash Mornings Waimea Squash Club Starting Friday 5th November 9.15pm-10.45am First timers to Squash Welcome Non- Member $5 Please wear non-marking shoes.Contact Becks on: 5441262 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Wakefield School Twilight Gala Fri 29 Oct 5:00pm to 7:30pm Wakefield School, Edward Street, Wakefield. Funds raised will go towards purchasing equipment and resources to enhance the learning environment & opportunities for Wakefield School children. If wet, postponed to Sat 30 Oct 5:00pm – 7:30pm NZ Breast Cancer Foundation fundraiser Thurs 14 Oct Zumba Tasman invite you to Party in Pink at a community Zumba class fundraiser for NZ Breast Cancer Foundation & their Pink October campaign. Many people as possible to dress in pink (male and female). We are collecting pink prizes donated by local retailers. Get fit & support the Breast Cancer Foundation. Anyone wearing pink could be in for a prize Pink Ribbon Tea Party Fri 22 Oct 9.30am, Wakefield Hall. Patricia Field, National Breast Health Educator and Billy Kerrisk “Get Plastered” will be the speakers. All Women welcome, Think Pink, bring a friend and have fun. Ph Diane 5418167, Rural Women NZ. Tasman Talks Titles Book Group Do you enjoy reading and talking about books? Then our Tasman Talks Titles book group might be what you’re looking for. Join us on Wed 20 Oct, 3pm – pm at Richmond Library. Favorite Hymn Sing-along 10am Wed 20 Oct (every 3rd Wed)
Come along and sing some good old faithful hymns, along with some of those favorites Starts with morning tea at 10am, Favorite Hymn service 10.30~ 11.10am no charge, every one welcome, bring your friends.Richmond Church of Christ corner Croucher & Darcy Streets Spring fair Sat 16 Oct 9-12pm Garage sale, plant sale, household goods, hot food, wet or fine in hall behind church Richmond Church of Christ Corner Croucher & Darcy Streets Richmond Nelson Tramping Club. Oct 16 - 18. Duessa. hard. petrol $34. Ruth 544 0870 or 544 0570. October 17. Booths Hut. medium. Petrol $19. Mike 541 8642. Universal Values For Children Weekly sessions for children aged 3—7 years An opportunity for children to participate in a program designed to introduce them to the universal values of life, and how to put these values into practice. Starting Sun 17 Oct 10.30—11.30am information contact Swaminiji-ph.5487511 or Brenda Burns ph.5487053. All Creatures Great and Small exhibition of paintings and drawings by Jewel Mathieson and Kathleen Matheson, celebrating the animals we share our lives with. At the Refinery Artspace, 3 Halifax Street Nelson, from Oct 12 – 24 Outdoor Courses Mountain Safety Council Nelson Branch New courses on-line now including; River Safety,Bushcraft, Outdoor Leader, Outdoor First Aid, Firearms (HUNTS), Risk Management & Abseil. River Safety Course Mountain Safety Council Course Sat 16 Oct. Theory & Practical session. Designed for; Trampers, Walkers, Mountaineers, Hunters etc. Bushcraft Intermediate Mountain Safety Council Course 6 & 7 Nov, with class session 4 Nov. Suit people with our ODL course or have a good basic understanding of working in the bush. Application forms on www. mountainsafety.org.nz/Training Visit www.mountainsafety.org.nz/Training for more info or phone Justin 543 7001. Housie 7pm Sat 16 Oct, Warnes Stadium, Songer St, Stoke.50 Houses, Super House, Raffle, Tea & Coffee free. Nelson Indoor Bowls fund raiser. Enquiries: Linda 544 9446. Nelson Canoe Club Rolling & skills practice - Tues night pool sessions 7 - 8:30pm at Riverside Pool. Members with no instruction $5, Members with instruction $10, Non-members with no instruction $10, Non-members with instruction provided $20. Further information or book for instruction email@example.com Motueka Garden Trail Sat 30 & Sun 31 Oct. Visit beautiful gardens from around the Motueka area. Tickets $10, available from: Potters Patch and Mitre 10, Motueka; Young’s Automotive, Nelson; McGlashen Pharmacy, Richmond; Tessa Mae’s, Mapua; Upper Moutere General Store & NS Rogers, Riwaka.Proceeds to Motueka District Toy Library. Liz on 03 5432449 for info. Nelson Bays Harmony Sounds Excellent! Hosted by Nelson Bays Harmony, this concert will showcase some of Nelson’s award-winning and acclaimed performers. Four A Cappella harmony choirs, a string trio, a talented young vocal soloist, a womens barbershop quartet, and a youth brass band. For details go to www.nelsonharmony. org.nz.Tickets are on sale now, $22 from Everyman, Ph 5483083. Enner Glynn Playcentre Quality early childhood education for children aged 0-6. Visit us and see for yourselves Monday-Friday 9.15-11.45 am, your first 3 visits are free! 8 Enner Glynn Road, phone 5474007 Waimea Tramping Club Day trip Sun 17 Oct, Dew Lakes, medium, ph Maria 541 8598. Weekend trip October 22-25, Waiuta Lodge, Reefton, ph Robert 544 0142.
Pilates on Mondays 7pm Fighting 50s Tuesdays at 11am. Taoist Tai Chi Thursdays at 10am (must register) Sewing Group 9-12pm Starting 10th November Speakers once a fortnight 9.45am starting 19 Oct Contact Greg on 5419320 for details Appleby, Redwoods Valley Community Picnic All residents of Appleby & Redwoods Valley, past & present. Sun 7 Nov ‘10 Rabbit Island in the Old Domain. Bring your own picnic, rug & chairs. Come along & join the fun, meet up with friends & make some new ones. More information call Sue 544 9894. Tasman District Friends of Libraries A.G.M. Tues 19 Oct 7.30pm, meeting room Tasman Library, Queen St. Guest speaker thriller writer, Trish McCormack, special interest to ex Coasters. Supper. Church Fair Wensley Centre Fair Queen St next to TDC. Sat 30 Oct 8-12pm cakes, produce, books etc. Sausage sizzle, lolly scramble & check out Holy Trinty Fair afterwards. Mahana School Fiesta Sat 16 Oct 4pm to 7pm. An evening of relaxing music & entertainment, spit roast. sushi & more. Great wines & other refreshments. Jumble sale, plants, books, clothing etc. Lots of exciting things for children to do. Sunday if wet. The Lioness Club of Nelson Invite Non Profit Organisations to take part in their Annual Christmas Fair 30 Oct 2010.Your chance for your organisation to raise funds. Lioness Club this year will be supporting the New Ronald McDonald House in Wellington.Contact Yvonne 547 6364 or Lois 544 7794. Ex West Coasters Get together Sun 17 Oct at Suburban Club Nelson at 1pm . guest speaker Reon Murtha. For info contact Geoff547 1101 or Doug 546479 Wakefield – Village Hall Pilates Mondays 7pm. Fighting 50s Tuesdays 11am. Tai Chi soon on Thursdays - Please register. Zumba Thursday 6-7pm. Men’s Circuit Class Thu 7.30pm Brightwater – Village Hall Zumba Monday 6-7pm. Badminton Tue and Wed 6-8pm Cancer Society Support Group Partners and Carers of cancer patients Support Group. Tues 2 Nov 7.30pm. This is a free 6 week facilicated course. tO register please ph. 539 3662. Health In The Middle Years An evening initiated by Soroptimists International Waimea promoting ‘Health In The Middle Years’ at Richmond Community Church - Warring Car Park on Mon 18 Oct 7.00pm. A panel of notable professionals will cover topics - Menopause, Co ronaryCare,Incontinence,Coping Alone. Supper provided. A gold coin donationfor expenses. Info contact, Annette 544 0161, Judy 547 7292, Jackie 544 8562. Waimea Tramping Club Day trip Sun 17 Oct, Dew Lakes, medium, ph Maria 541 8598. Newcomers welcome Parents Centre Workshop Taming Your Toddler. Wed 13 & Tue 19 Oct @ 7.30pm. Strategies to manage behaviour. Practical play ideas. Qualified Speakers. $30 non members. $10 members. Megan 547 4762 ray.meg@ xtra.co.nz Music and Movement for pre-schoolers Looking for some action with your baby, toddler or pre-schooler and would like to meet other mums? come along to Music and Movement in the Salvation Army Community Lounge, 9.45 – 11am Wed and Fri, starting up for Term 4 from October 13. Morning tea provided, gold coin donation, all welcome. Info at 548 4807 20/20 Nelson Summer Cricket Fun Social and semi-serious. Hard ball and all 20/20 rules apply $2 per person ($20 for 10 matches) Venue-Botanics cricket field 6pm start (sharp) Starting Thurs 4 Nov thru until Feb‘11 Numbers limited To Register contact jon@escreet. co.nz
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Tasman Resource Management Plan (TRMP) Commencement of Plan Changes 5 to 9 and 11 to commence as Operative
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Notice is given that the Tasman District Council has, on 23 September 2010, approved the following Plan Changes to Parts I (Introductory) and II (Land), to commence as operative provisions from 9 October 2010 (TRMP Update 37), under Clause 20 of Schedule 1 to the Resource Management Act. C5, C11 C6 C7 C8 C9
Richmond South Development Area Coastal Tasman Area Design Guide Stormwater Management Eastern Golden Bay Settlement Policies Rural Landscape
We recognise the importance and individuality of the smaller communities and towns within our District. To enhance the vitality and sustainability of the District’s towns, we’ve introduced a Community Development Fund to enable the District’s smaller communities to develop community plans, provide activities, run events and provide services. Projects’ aims must enhance their town’s identity, thereby providing community benefit and attracting visitors. Grants are up to a maximum of $5,000 and there are two funding rounds annually with closing dates of 31 October 2010 and 30 April 2011.
SPARC Rural Travel Fund Applications are invited now for funding to support the travel costs for rural sports teams in the 5-19 age group. The funding round closes 30 October 2010.
The text and maps of the Plan showing the changes as operative is viewable on Council’s website www.tasman.govt.nz All holders of the Plan will be forwarded Update 37 or advised of its availability, as applicable. Please contact Pam Meadows for information on purchasing the full Plan, as updated, Ph. 03 543 8581.
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The Pakawau Memorial Hall opened its doors in 1935, so the 75th anniversary has an appropriate Thirties theme. The celebration on Saturday 16 October 2010 is BYO – or “Ladies, A Plate” in keeping with the times. Local band Rayzanne (Ray and Anne George) are giving their services for free, other musical offerings are rumoured, a cake is assured, and Paul Sangster is MC. Any profit from the evening will go to the Joan Whiting Rest Home in Collingwood. For further information, contact Joy Warren Ph. 03 524 8241.
A trailer jam-packed full of sports equipment and games is coming your way soon. The concept is simple – grab your friends and family and try out a bunch of sports. We provide the trainers and equipment, you provide the fun: Thursday 14 October 2010 – Wakefield – Faulkners Bush, 3.30 pm – 5.00 pm Thursday 21 October 2010 – Mapua Domain – 5.00 pm – 7.00 pm Thursday 28 October 2010 – Tapawera Domain, 3.30 pm – 5.00 pm Wednesday 3 November 2010 – Moutere Hills Community Centre, 3.30 pm – 5.00 pm Thursday 11 November 2010 – Takaka Primary School, 3.30 pm – 5.00 pm Thursday 18 November 2010 – Murchison Domain, 3.30 pm – 5.00 pm
Nelson Bays Police Town Hall Meetings Nelson Bays Police are holding a series of “town hall” meetings across Tasman District over the coming weeks. This is an opportunity to find out what police see as priorities in your area and to share your views on what police could be doing. Nelson Bays Area Commander, Inspector Brian McGurk will chair each of the meetings, along with members of police from your local station. Mr McGurk said partnerships with the community are vital to effective policing and he encouraged people to come along and be informed about some of the local policing issues and share ideas about making their communities safer. Meeting dates: Takaka – 7.00 pm Monday 18 October 2010 – Golden Bay High School Richmond – 7.00 pm Tuesday 19 October 2010 – Town Hall, Cambridge Street Wakefield – 7.00 pm Tuesday 26 October 2010 – Wakefield Fire Station Motueka – 7.00 pm Monday 1 November 2010 – Memorial Hall, Pah Street Murchison – 7.00 pm Wednesday 10 November 2010 – Recreation Centre. For more information contact Tasman Police District Communications Manager Ph 03 545 9843.
Wakefield School Twilight Gala Friday 29 October 2010, 5.00 pm – 7.30 pm, Wakefield School, Edward Street, Wakefield A GREAT FAMILY NIGHT OUT – Dine on some fantastic local fare, check out the fantastic stalls, fun for Kids of all ages, PLUS Animal Petting Zoo and Preschool Fun Park. Funds raised will go towards purchasing equipment and resources to enhance the learning environment and opportunities for Wakefield School children. If wet, postponed until Saturday 30 October 2010, 5.00 pm – 7.30 pm.
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Tasman Underwriting Fund for Youth Events Do you have a great idea for a youth event? Do you want to see more things happening for young people across the Tasman District? The TUFFE scheme offers back-up funding of up to $500 for safe, fun events which are organised by young people – for young people. Check out www.tasman.govt.nz for further details or contact Paul McConachie, Ph 03 543 8525.
Notice of Meeting Richmond Community Forum Heaphy Room at Tasman District Council on Tuesday 19 October 2010. Tea and biscuits at 7.00pm and meeting at 7.30pm.
Agendas and Minutes for Council Meetings can be viewed on Council’s website at www.tasman.govt.nz
Full Council Tasman Council Chambers, 189 Queen Street, Richmond, Thursday, 21 October 2010, 9.30 am. No public forum
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The hunt is on again for the Tasman Karaoke Superstar. Heats are being held across the District and the grand final is scheduled for December. There are three age group categories: Junior (8 and under), Intermediate (9 – 12 years) and Senior (13-18). Upcoming heats: Moutere – Friday 22 October 2010,5.00 pm – Moutere Hills Community Centre Motueka – Saturday 23 October 2010, 1.00 pm – Motueka Recreation Centre Golden Bay – Saturday 13* November 2010, 11.00 am – Village Green * please note date change. Grand Final – Sunday 5 December 2010, 10.00 am – Motueka A&P Show
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- New Homes - Alterations - FREE First Consultation
Regas or New Struts
0800 427 782 or 03 544 1212
12 Cargill Place, Richmond (off Beach Road)
Painting Contractors Paper Hanging Interior and Exterior Painting Covering the Wakefield area Qualified Tradesman 40yrs experience
Phone Peter today 027 4449 364 A/H 03 541 9678
Italian Tile Layer A creative and professional touch for all your tiling needs
Ph: 544 7897
Mob: 0274 302 546 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Services include: - General Repairs and Maintenance - Gardens - Section Clean Up - Light Engineering - Electrical Repairs (registered Electrician) - Appliance Testing
Call us for a FREE estimate
Ph: 544 9354 or 027 488 2675
Accounting Headaches Can Be A Thing Of Your Past
Ph: 03 544 9037
Qualified Tradesman 26 Years Experience Using only quality paints and products “I’ll turn up on time” Locally owned and operated
027 232 1550 AH/Fax: 544 3177
A smart, simple website solution for people who want to get on with the business of running their business. $1495.00 and you're up and running in 10 days time. Contact Greg on T. 03 5419320 M. 021 0440912 E. email@example.com W. www.tekman.co.nz
TRADES & SERVICES
Regular Domestic Pre/End of Tenancy Spring Cleaning After Builders / After Function Office/Commercial
Upper Moutere Cottage
Worship Services This Sunday: 8.15am Breakfast @ St David’s Lively children’s programme 9.30am Classic Church
3 bdrms, 1 bthrm + carport. Massive 1233m2 section. New kitchen, recent paint. View on trademe ref BJF626. Ph Antony 027-538-5868 or 544-2746 OPEN HOME SATURDAY 16TH @ 3PM 1370 Moutere Highway, Upper Moutere Village
Every Wednesday 7:00pm Ripple Effect Interactive Church www.stdavidschurch.co.nz ph: 544 8387
For Sale Sony Trinitron Colour TV. Model KV XF26 with matching cabinet. 8 years old. $100 ono Ph: Jim 543 8928
MAKING HEIGHT EASY
11 Florence St, Richmond
DOMESTIC & COMMERCIAL
accessman 21 Elms Street Wakatu Estate, Stoke
027 842 1780 03 541 0539
9.00am & 10.30am 6.30 Prayer Service
- Pre-painting/Decorating Checkup - Joinery Repairs & Maintenance - Maintenance of Commercial Property, Farm Homes & Buildings And much more.... We operate in: Nelson/Tasman/The Sounds
541 0068 or 027 211 2902
Call Tony Johnston 90 VANGUARD ST NELSON PH: 548 3954 027 548 3954
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Camper Vans for hire
Nelson, Picton, Christchurch, Auckland
Available NOW 2, 4 & 6 berth 0800 696 686
Locally owned & operated
Household Gear, Clothes, Hot Fresh Pikelets, Baking Plants, Flowers, Vegetables, Produce, Whitebait Sandwiches, Kids Bouncy Castle. Something for Everyone
Sunday Services 9.00am Communion St John’s on the Hill Wakefield 10.30am Family Worship St John’s Centre Friday Night Youth Group 6.30pm every Friday
Multi-Skilled, Certified, & Trade Qualified
Plant Sale ~ Huge Garage Sale
Wet or fine in hall behind church
Wakefield Anglican Church
All Insurance Claims Panelbeating Chassis Straightening Repaints 2-pack Touch Ups
Saturday 16 October 9am - 12pm
Richmond Church of Christ Corner Croucher & Darcy Streets
Ph 545 8902 027 441 1504
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Ph: 544 7596
Bert Tijsen Property Maintenance Services
Richmond Church of Christ
123 Salisbury Road
New & Old Lawns
AVON representatives required NOW. Ph Jan 5441254 or 0272474222
Wednesday 20 October Favourite Hymns Starting with morning tea All welcome Bring a friend
Rev Allan Wasley, Vicar Ph 541 8883 120 Edward St, Wakefield
Hedge trimmimg, weeding and planting etc. Mapua, Richmond, Tahuna area. Reasonable rates and reliable. Ph: 541 0019
Holy Trinity Church
Sunday 17 Oct
Sunday Service 9.00am Traditional 10.30am Contemporary Theme: Living in grace, obeying the law
10.00am Worship Celebration Service
Wednesday 10.00am Holy Communion
Warring Carpark 243 Queen St Central Richmond
Speaker: Yvonne Ferguson
LEARN TO RIDE LIKE A CHAMPION
Work Wanted Sick of your plain grey sky dish? Pick your own personal colour – roof colour, house colour, any colour matt or shiney. Phone 544 4766 for an estimate quote.
27 Dorset St, Richmond Phone 544-8844
021 264 9421 03 544 5294
WEDNESDAY 13 October 2010
with Karel Pavich NZ
250GP Road Racing Champion
SPECIAL OFFER Learner Licence
FREE 1 Hour Coaching (value $100) with every Basic Handling Skills Test Limited offer.
Richmond. $160 per week plus food. Furnished room. Single working person to share. Ph: 021 171 6832 after 5pm.
www.prorider.co.nz Ph.03 545 2299 or 027 699 8089
Our photos are for sale
Call our office for details 544 9037
3 Salisbury Rd, Richmond
Thursday 14 October
Saturday 16 October Saturday 16 October from 1.30pm
Country Treasure Chest = $1300 Charity DINE OUT Show
THURSDAY TO SATURDAY from 5.30pm Great food at affordable prices! Bookings preferred but not essential
Buffet for $19.90 Sundays from 5.30
Proceeds to Nelson Hospice 345 LOWER QUEEN STREET, RICHMOND
Ph: 543 9179 www.clubwaimea.co.nz
Members, their guests and affiliated members all welcome.
28 WEDNESDAY 13 October 2010
SALE URPLUS UP 20% COLO ULTRA PREMIUM TO OFF PAINT
50% SELECTED OFF WALLPAPER 40% OFF
ALL WALLPAPER IN STOCK
E VISION 35% ENWATIRLLP APER OFF RANGE
Great deals on accessories
Available in Acrylic Interior Lowsheen, Ceiling Flat, Acrylic Sealer Undercoat, Exterior Acrylic Gloss, Semi Gloss and Lowsheen. White only, tinting extra.
Trish Gray Colourplus Richmond Ph: 544 6613
Helen Bush Colourplus Nelson Ph: 548 7955