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Family lose everything A family of four lost all of their possessions during last Sunday’s flood and do not have insurance to claim on any of it. Lee Cole was holding back tears when he described the moment he and his partner Hayley Lincoln had to climb out of the window with daughters Ella, 7, and Abbie, 3, just to get to safety, before returning to save what he could within the space of half an hour. “It was just heart breaking.

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editorial@waimeaweekly.co.nz The first couple of days after were just surreal with the stress, knowing we don’t have anything for the girls. It was like the whole world was coming down on you.” He says the young family was just “chill-

ing out” in the living room when the flood started on Sunday evening. He first noticed a drain outside “bubbling up”. “It just started rising up and both our neighbours were a bit worried. Once it started coming down the driveway we knew we were screwed. I thought it was going to drain off but it just sat there. Once it was in the backyard there was no where for it to go except for into the house and

that’s when we started freaking.” Lee, who says the whole family is now living in his mother’s two bedroom house, grabbed towels and blankets and began stacking them near the doors, hoping to barricade the home. “I thought I was holding it off, until I heard the girls scream. I ran into the lounge and they were standing SEE PAGE 2

The Nelson Bays Harmony Chorus performs at Club Waimea ahead of the New Zealand women’s barbershop singing competition in Queenstown this weekend. The 37 members of the chorus have been working towards the contest for months, with visiting coaches helping polish the two songs which will be entered. Photo: Phillip Rollo.

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Family lose everything in flood FROM PAGE 1 there with this water coming towards them. At that stage I knew I had lost the battle. I was just thinking ‘let’s get the kids out of here.’” Wading through waist deep water, Lee says he saw beds and toys floating through the house. “Half an hour into it I knew there wasn’t going to be much to save. You could hear the pipes bursting down the street and you could smell the sewage.” Lee says it will be at least six months before his family can move back into the Arbor-Lea Ave rental – not that his daughters want to go near it. “They don’t want to come back. It took a lot for them to come back down today because of what happened you know. It’s still quite fresh in their minds.”

He couldn’t put a price on how much he had lost. “We’ve lost photos; things that are priceless to us. We just bought a brand new super king bed and to see that floating up was just crazy.” When questioned about not having contents insurance, Lee says he had always had it, just not on this house. One of his parents had even warned him about not having it. “My words were it’s not like we’re going to have a tsunami or get flooded.” He was thankful for the support he had already received from the community and says he was inundated with clothes for his two girls just days after the flood. But one thing he was still seeking help with some household items. Lee Cole and his seven year old daughter Ella stand outside their Arbor-Lea Ave home which - To help the Cole family, you can con- was hit so hard by flooding last week that all of the possessions inside were not able to be saved. tact Lee on 027 667 7053. Photo: Phillip Rollo.

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Laurie Merrick with former work mates Hank Beek, Terry Sutton, Grant Wood and Mike Weller after the analogue to digital TV switchover. Insert: Laurie working on the network in 1971. mer work mate Mike Weller to switch off the onsite transmitter on Monday, Laurie invited ex technicians Terry Sutton, Grant Wood and Hank Beek to join him at the top of the Grampians for the big moment. “It was great to be a part of it and today really marks the end of an era of quality transmission that was engineered by the dedicated staff,” he says. Terry says he is filled with a sense of nostalgia that the

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The Nelson Technical Institute has lost training vehicles, automotive equipment, computers and access to some workshops and now students are being taught in offices as last Sunday’s flood continues to take its toll. Owner and director Carol Curtis says she has had five different assessors through the Wakatu Industrial Estate property since Sunday but remains in the dark as to when NTI will be fully functional again. “We’re probably looking in excess of $200,000$300,000 at least,” she says. “We’ve got a

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editorial@waimeaweekly.co.nz few desks and chairs left but you can’t even get an answer as to when we will be back running properly. It’s such a long process and I’m just over it.” NTI does not have holidays but some students were currently taking “forced days off ” because of the damage done to some of the workshops. “We’re trying to do the

best we can.” Carol says around 70 students studying pre-entry into the electrical industry, commercial road transport, automotive and NCEA have been affected by the incident. “This has affected them big time. What we’ve done is turn our offices into classrooms because that didn’t get hit, which is lucky because that’s where our server is.” With minimal students on deck, Carol was hoping to find a few weeks of work experience for the others. “We don’t know where we’re going and that’s the hard thing. We

have comprehensive insurance but that doesn’t help the students. There is nowhere we can transfer our classes because we need our resources.” Carol says she was aware of the damage on Sunday night when fire fighters told her the flood waters were one meter deep around the property. She says her home was flooded as well and that she was “over it” from a personal point of view. “We’ve worked seven days since the flood and then I go home to it as well, it’s just doing my head in.”

Director Carol Curtis remains in the dark as to when the Nelson Technical Institute will be fully functional again following last Sunday’s flood. Photo: Phillip Rollo.

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Hard work has paid off for one Richmond barista who has just been named as New Zealand’s champion coffee brewer. At the first ever AeroPress New Zealand Brewers Cup championship held in Auckland, Cafe on Oxford owner Guy McCracken impressed a panel of judges during a blind tasting to take home first place against six other competitors. Guy will take his winning routine of brewing Don Pepe Estate Geisha coffee produced in Panama in a plunger to the world championship to be held in Melbourne in May. He says the international competition will be a bit of an unknown, but he was hoping to tap into the knowledge of Hayden Thompson at Pomeroy’s as he judged at the world final last year. “I know where my score would place me on a national standard but there’s still a bit of work to do,” says Guy. “With Hayden, he judged the best in the world so he knows what standard we’re looking at. Obviously over there he can’t judge me but in the run into it he’s a pretty good resource to have.”

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Future of radio mast up in the air The future of the radio mast at Saxton Field now depends on whether the Nelson City Council can convince Radio New Zealand that an alternative mast is sufficient for its needs and it can therefore be moved. Last week Radio NZ transmission manager Gary Fowles told Waimea Weekly that all investigations into where the mast could go have been exhausted. He says the possibility of using the Radio Rhema mast was looked at and discounted years ago because it didn’t have the reach of their current site. NCC dropped funding to help move the

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andrew@nelsonweekly.co.nz mast in its last long term plan but Nelson mayor Aldo Miccio says despite that the mast needs to be moved and he has concerns over it as a safety risk. He says the council is working with its own experts and Radio Rhema to convince Radio NZ that’s its mast is powerful enough to reach the remote rural areas that it needs. “Radio NZ are still sceptical that the mast

can deliver the same output but we are move it can be done “virtually overnight” working now at showing Radio NZ that in and at very little cost. “In my view it’s a terms of frequency and bandwidth, health risk for the children, adults Radio Rhema’s mast can actually deand parents that play sport out there liver better outcomes than the Saxso it’s really important we move it as quickly as possible.” ton Field mast.” He hopes expert opinion from the The aerial was built in the late 40s council will help change Radio NZ’s or early 50s, on land acquired by current stance. “We want them to the New Zealand Broadcasting Corengage with council and see our poration through the Public Works expert advice. It will be a good outAct. The land surrounding the aerial come in terms of ensuring their is leased back to the council for the business is not damaging the health use of sports fields. Saxton of locals in the region.” Aldo says if Radio NZ agree to the mast.

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Resident turns 100 There was a 100th birthday celebration at Wensley House rest home last week with resident Kathleen Hazard reaching the birthday milestone. Kathleen, who was born in London on April 16 1913, has lived in the rest home for the past ten years and has one daughter Betty. Betty Lark says it was a special day for her mother. “We never thought she’d make it,” she says. “I went up to Wensley House to see her recieve her birthday cake and I knew she was enjoying it because she was talking and smiling, which she usually doesn’t do.” Betty thought her mother was particularly happy with the birthday card from Queen Elizabeth. “She pointed at it and this is when she started talking. She pointed at it and said ‘who’s that?’ When I told her it was the Queen and that she had sent the birthday card she started going ‘ooooh’.” Kathleen married John Henry (Harry) Hazard in 1933 and the couple moved to New Zealand in 1952 with Betty, who was born in 1935. Kathleen and Harry lived in Johnsonville before relocating to Christchurch when Betty got engaged to a man down there. In Christchurch, Kathleen and Harry purchased a Four Square grocery store in Addington which was only open during the week, giving them time to play bowls and be in the garden on the weekends. Kathleen and Harry enjoyed retirement, according to Betty, before he passed away in 1992.

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responding well to the programme which has seen Probation Services liaise with Civil Defence Welfare since the 2011 floods. “I’ve got ten young men doing community work and working down here with people in need, it’s a way of them giving back to the community, which they are supposed to do as part of their sentence.” He says the community workers have responded well to seeing the results of helping people who desperately needed it. “It’s a positive thing for them to help people. They respond really well to it because they can see the benefit and result of helping someone. They have reacted very positively because they see a job where they are actually doing something for the community.” Kit says the group are also working on tidying up the Waimea Inlet enhancing the work that volunteers are already working on. “We are working on clearing the Waimea Inlet of rubbish, clearing the fence lines and trying to return it to its natural state. There’s bits of concrete, rubbish, metal. It’s not a pretty place, it’s ugly and you need a lot of volunteers to help improve it.”

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Wednesday April 24 Tickets are selling fast to the Stacey Winter Fashion Show and Charity Auction that is being organised to support local designer and Richmond business woman Cheryl Stacey. With only 100 tickets remaining to the event which is being held at the Hope Community Centre on May 10, organiser Vanessa Downing says people should get in quick to book their tickets to the night of fun and fashion. All proceeds will go equally towards funding Cheryl’s treatment and the Nelson branch of the Cancer Society. Tickets $45 from Stacey Boutique in the Richmond Mall or phone 02102836590. Wednesday April 24 BP in Richmond have managed to raise more than $100 after setting up a donation box for members of the public to go towards those affected by last Sunday’s flood. Site manager Karen Marfell says they have had a great response to the donation box with the public donating generously to help those in need. Wednesday April 10 After being inundated with goods donated by the public, the annual Save the Children fundraising fair that was held two weeks ago at the Stoke Memorial Hall has broken a record in the amount of money raised through the event. The sale of goods alongside a raffle resulted in more than $9000 in funds to go towards the local charity. Wednesday February 6 After an article was published in the Waimea Weekly on the installation of horse user access gates to forest in the Wakefield area Action Forest Management, the business in charge of security of the areas in question has seen an increased amount of people applying for horse access permits. A few months into the first year of evaluation on the gates AFM have received good feedback and ask that any current users of the horse gates in the Wakefield and Aniseed/ Lee Valley area who are interested in providing feedback to get in contact with Rory Cobb, technical forester for Action Forest Management.

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8 Foot Sativa have shared the stage with Metallica, Slipknot and System of a Down, now they’re heading to Richmond to play one night only at the Star & Garter. Widely regarded as one of New Zealand’s premier heavy metal bands, the West Auckland band will Heavy metal band 8 Foot Sativa will be performing at the Star & be performing on June 2 in between recording Garter in Richmond in June.

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Rabbit Island is expected to open to vehicles later this week as the council continues to review flooded water levels. Access to the popular picnic and recreation area has been restricted to pedestrians and cyclists since last Sunday’s flooding with high water tables continuing to prevent any drainage. Tasman District Council spokesperson Steve Richards says the island was being reviewed daily and it was likely to be back to normal sooner rather than later. “Hopefully it will open in the next couple of days. The water levels are dropping quite well,” he says. “Based on reports coming in from people over the weekend there is still a lot of water standing over the roads. Once it’s cleared from the roads we will open it.” Steve says the decision to close Rabbit Island off to vehicles was made because it is knee deep, meaning there was a risk to cars. “They could get stuck in the flood water and that’s the main concern. The water is not contaminated and it’s safe to walk and bike through. We’re just worried people will get their cars stuck.” After flooding in December 2011, Rabbit Island resembled a lake for about four weeks, but Steve says it is draining faster this time. Meanwhile, the mountain biking tracks in the Richmond hills were now open after volun- Rabbit Island has been closed off to vehicles due to lingering surface flooding. Photo: Phillip Rollo. teers spent the week clearing the tracks.

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Flooding: Like many other businesses, the Richmond Hospice shop was terribly damaged by the recent flooding. I need your help to say thank you. On Sunday evening I was ankle deep in water and very upset as a volunteer and I tried to clear the deluge of water that had swamped the shop. Firstly a young lady on her bike stopped to offer assistance, then a couple pulled up in a car, went home and got brooms and

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returned to help, then a couple with their dog stopped and so the offers of help continued. I would like to personally thank these people whose names I don’t know, for their kindness in a real time of need. They worked until nearly midnight with me. The community of Richmond has its own barmy army. From the bottom of my heart, thank you so much. Also to the team at Raeward Fresh, Queen St Fruit and Veg and New World Stoke for giving us an endless supply boxes to help clear our shop and salvage what we could. Thank you, Telecom Business Hub Tasman are… Karen Mackenzie-Howe, manager.

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Should questions be asked after the 3 year old Saxton Stadium after it was damaged in floods? It was a freak of nature. We’ve had heavy rains before and it’s coped well. Sharon Tarapipipi. You can’t compare a roof the size of the stadium with an average household - that’s like comparing apples and oranges. The design or standard of build would need some investigation as obviously water shouldn’t have got into a ceiling however the amount of rain was highly unusual and I believe that the building would have been designed and built to comply with the necessary council requirements. To an extent “it’s just one of those things” but it is a big blow to the sporting communities, not to

Waimea Village editorial: One can only wonder at how Michael and Carolyn Wright and ex real estate tycoon, John Davies, can sleep at night knowing that their actions have caused so many heartaches for so many people in Waimea Village. Money evidently talks for these people not morality. (Please do not print my name).

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must get behind the villagers and tell the Wrights they are wrong. I am pleased you have also outed our their lawyer. Keep fighting the good fight and we are right behind you. P.S. please keep my note confidential as mum is very concerned she will be bullied. All of the senders of these emails have been verified and we’ve allowed them to be printed without the names because their genuine fear of the repercussions from the Wrights. Ed. Your editorial on the Waimea Village debacle was unprofessional. To allow a staff member involved in a dispute to write a one sided piece without a reply from the accused is frankly just rubbish. I don’t know the facts well enough to take sides but the Wrights deserve a right of reply in same issue. Tim Monck-Mason. Tim you said it. You don’t know the facts. We have been reporting on this for over two years now and are sounding the alarm bells. Big time. We are now no longer prepared to take a passive role when the village residents are under this type of duress. It is a community newspaper’s job to represent the community. I can assure you that had you been one of those residents you would be singing a completely different tune. - Steve Page, Waimea Weekly publisher. Keep sending your letters to the editor to editorial@waimeaweekly.co.nz and your text messages to 027 UR VOICE. You can also leave messages on our Facebook page.

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Neudorf Vineyards will open the gardens for another charity event later in the year, with proceeds going towards the Moutere Hills Community Centre and the Child Cancer Foundation. The Moutere Hills Community Centre suffered two electrical fires recently and organiser Judy Finn says money is sorely needed to bring the centre into operation again. She described the event, which will be held on November 24, as a celebration of everything special about living in the country. The event last raised $18,000. For more information about the event or stalls contact Judy@neudorf.co.nz or phone 543 2643.

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VMX riders to contest club championship

Peter Guthrie dices with Ben Alexander at last year’s event. Photo: Jannine Pope.

The Top of the South VMX club are holding their annual Ray Anderson Memorial Trophy and Club Champs on May 5 at Tadmor. Ray Anderson was member of the Nelson motorcycle club from 1947 to when he passed away in 2003 and spent 52 years as secretary or treasurer, as well as being a member of the MNZ executive in the early 1960s. He received the service award medal

from MNZ in 1996 and also the Nelson community service award in 2002 for long-standing and valuable contribution to the sport of motorcycling. Ray raced all over the country and was involved in most motorcycle businesses in Nelson until he retired at age 65. The Ray Anderson Memorial Classic Trophy recognises this contribution and is raced for by a different class each year drawn on the day which gives all senior

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Make your wedding one to remember with personalised entertainment by Nelson’s local event DJ, Shane Casbolt. Whether you are having a small, intimate event or you want to finish your special day off with a bang, Shane can get the party started with great atmosphere, entertainment and music to suit. Available for any special occasion event from parties, work dos, to themed nights and group functions, Shane can get the dance floor going, provide background music or live vocals to help you make the most of your event. If you are getting married and want to celebrate in style, talk to Shane about spicing things up at your hens party with a male stripper. Strip 4 U offer fun, naughty but nice male strippers, so why not call in a firefighter or policeman to keep the party pumping.

Your wedding ring should complement, not compete with your engagement ring. At Glen James Jewellers they will ensure that your wedding ring will accompany your engagement ring as if both were bought as a matching set. This could be a custom shaped ring, or a simple diamond set, or uniquely styled to give you the perfect set you will admire forever. “It is a common problem I hear from my customers Where love stories Glen James will be on hand at the that they are unable begin…. What starts as a dream becomes Nelson Wedding Show to discuss to find a wedding band to fit with their a reality as unique as making your wedding rings. engagement ring. I the bride who wears it- this is the ethics of which the Wilkins will make a wedding ring that fits into Bridal Christchurch team work by. your engagement ring so the two beWilkins Bridal Christchurch come a matching set and look great on are proud to introduce a selec- your hand,” says Glen. Glen’s wedding tion of handpicked additions rings offer an exciting alternative to from Sophia Tolli, Mon Cheri, high street collections. He can design Essense of Australia and Stella and make rings from all precious metYork, into its already diversified als, stone set, custom fitted against your collection of top international engagement ring and even individulabels such as Allure Bridals, ally design them based on your hobbies, Brides By Mancini, Alfred An- passions and lifestyle. Visit Glen this gelo, and Angeline. Manager Sunday at the Nelson Wedding Show April Meridith says she is ex- or call him on 548 4523 to discuss your tremely excited to welcome wedding rings. these new labels into their collection and she looks forward Imagine Your Perfect Wedding…Imagto sharing the experience with ine finding a venue where you get one her customers. “The moment night’s free accommodation in a suma bride tries on “the dress,” she merhouse cottage with spa. Imagine simply knows it’s “the One.” It’s being able to have your ceremony and a one-of-a kind magical feeling reception all in one location, where the

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that can elicit tears or cheers of joy,” says April. “I take personal responsibility for the happiness of my brides who all want to look gorgeous for the singular moment in their lives that will live on forever.” Contact April now to make an appointment for a complimentary bridal consultation in Nelson 23-28 August. Visit www.wilkinsformalwear.co.nz or phone 03 3821090 or 027692 3520

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Sunday 5th May 2013 TRAFALGAR CENTRE 10AM - 3PM staff set up everything you have arranged, from over 300 suits that can be worn by themselves the chair covers, table decorations, name places or teamed up with a range of waistcoats you can and favours, to the carpet up the aisle. Imagine be assured you will get the perfect fit and cut. What you try on is what the fantastic food, excellent you’ll wear on your big service, and the guests raving day, leaving nothing to about your wedding. Imagine chance. Nelson Tailor’s it being surprisingly affordable. Menswear can complete Grand Mercure Nelson Moyour look with shoes, naco is purpose-built to take shirts, and ties for hire the hard work out of organising and even the option to your wedding. A stunning allhave custom made ties in-one venue with day spa, hair and waistcoats to match salon, jeweller, accommodaCOMPLEMENT DON’T COMPETE! the bridesmaids. They tion and three separate recepwedding ring should complement, not compete with your ring. cater to engagement all requests, tion options, Grand Mercure Your Wilkins Bridal are in Nelson 23-28 At Glen James Jewellers we will ensure that your wedding ring will accompany your Nelson Monaco has it all. At August for free bridal consultations even helping a wedding engagement ring as if both were bought as a matching set. party that selected differMonaco, full-time events co- This could be a custom shaped ring, or a simple diamond set, or uniquely styled brightly the groomsmen ordinators are on hand from day one to discuss to giveent you the perfectcoloured set you willsuits admirefor forever. to today match the4523 bridesmaids’ bouquets. Suits are options and plan as much or as little asPop youinwant or call Glen on 548 to discuss your wedding rings, to wedding buy for ‘to thedo’groom, right so you can available tick off the for nexthire job onoryour list. and help make it a day to remember. Friendly, professional and experienced, they are backed through to the page boy. So be sure to pay a visit by an equally professional food & beverage to their stand at the wedding show and pick up team, all working to ensure your dream wedding your 10% discount voucher towards your wedding suit hire. goes without a hitch. Nelson Tailor’s Menswear will always make sure you won’t be lost beside your bride on your special day, with personally fitted suits to match the importance and style of the occasion. With

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They came to update us on the of Ellis and Starveall Streets. progress of the Strategic Re- We need to decide what we are all coping with view and in particular flood want our Village Green to lookoflike. do we Streets. want it modelling which consultants rful summer weathEllis What and Starveall Welcome to our March News- They came to update us on the to be? be asking the been Rems toletter, go on and on. from Wellington We We needwill to decide what we progress of have the Strategic want our soon VillageforGreen in particular Hopedry youunderare all coping with view community ideasto– working on and since Augustflood g is very What we want it modelling whichthe consultants the wonderful summer2012. weath-When youlike. have anydoideas at all t looks like it may they have re- so iflook to be? We will be asking the from Wellington have been er that seems to go on and on. y for the next little sults a public meeting will be on what you would like to see community ideas let – on since August Everything is very dryheld, underon the village soon greenforplease key working land owners will be so if you have any ideas at all footmonth and it startlooks likeinvited, it may and 2012.everyone When theywill havebethe reus know. ng this on whatthe youlock would see be that way for the next little sults a public meeting will be onlike theto Novisit from Rose Biss, able to attend with any issues Recently on the village green please let while. held, key land owners will be tice Board by the Four Square anner from the Tas- they may want discussed. us know. Our meeting this month startinvited, and everyone will be rict Council along Also at our meeting we had was broken and we have now ed with a visit from Rose Biss, able to attend with any issues Recently the lock on the Noneer Glenn Stevens. Beryl Wilkes from the Parks had this repaired, thanks to tice Board by the Four Square a Policy Planner from the Tas- they may want discussed. and Reserves Debbie for taking care of this. man District Council along Also at our meeting we had was broken and we have now Department So if you have a notice a key is with engineer Glenn Stevens. Beryl Wilkes from the Parks had this repaired, thanks to Scissor of TDC at available Debbiefrom for taking careArt. of this. and Reserves were the main our Department invita- Those So if you have a notice matters a key is theScissor meeting, tion toofbegin TDC discussed at availableatfrom Art. our nextThose meeting will be a public talks our aboutinvitawere the main matters meeting with members the the tionVilto begin discussed at the meeting,ofour TDCnext in attendance, held lage talks Greenabout meeting will betoabe public now that at Brightwater School ofHall, meeting with members the the the VilCouncil has Tuesday 2 April at 7.30pm. lage Green TDC in attendance, to be held See at youBrightwater there boughtnow the School Hall, that the Council 2 April atAssociation 7.30pm. YourTuesday Community piece of land has See you there bought the on the corner Inc. piece of land Your Community Association on the corner Inc.

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PECIALISTS Sin their field Andrew & Wendy Neame are the local owner operators of Al Fresco, your garden and property maintenance experts, servicing all areas of Nelson & Tasman. Andrew & Wendy understand that your busy lifestyle doesn’t always allow time to dedicate to your garden and property so they are here to help. Their hardworking and experienced team can put the time and care needed into your garden or property so it doesn’t end up getting on top of you. Al Fresco have built their business on an excellent track record and work can usually be completed within the week (dependant on weather), no matter how big the task may be. From one off projects, to regular spruce ups, Al Fresco offer a wide range of garden services from tree removal, stump grinding, chipping of greenwaste to weeding and lawnmowing, from small flats to rental properties or getting your home ready to go on the market. Wendy and the team also provide maintenance for lifestyle and rural blocks including specialist mowing of difficult or steep areas. Call Al Fresco today on 03 544 0444. After your call we will visit you so our free quote can give you an price to do the work required and we can tailor make any plan to suit your budget.

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When it comes to your car it’s good to know the man fixing it is a well known local with a reputation for great service. Our community gets that peace of mind through Richmond Panelbeating Service, owner Dallas Harris was born and bred here in Nelson and has over 40 years of panel beating experience under his belt. He specialises in general panel beating on all cars, warrant of fitness jobs, rust repair and classic car restoration. He studied his trade locally and prides himself on his old school style of excellence in his trade. After being in the panel beating business for so long, Dallas has made a lot of friends and met a lot of locals and these loyal returning customers have spread the word that Richmond Panelbeating Service offer an honest, trustworthy and affordable service. Because Richmond Panelbeating Service is independently owned Dallas can offer competitive and friendly prices, preferring to provide a budget friendly option for his community and reliable and friendly service for customers all over the Nelson Tasman region. If you’ve come unstuck or had a bit of a bust up, head down to see Dallas at Richmond Panelbeating Service, the tried and trusted business that’s been around for 21 years.

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Too easy for high scoring Rabbits Phillip Rollo

Deon says when the team is playing to its structure they look really Richmond Rabbits have hit 50 plus good, but he admits there are times points for the third straight week, when their play becomes messy. thrashing Wanderers Wolves in “There certainly are times when their own backyard on Saturday, we don’t look so good. There are always things to work on but we’re 64-6. But with three important fixtures just happy to be on the right side of coming up over the next three the ledger.” weeks, against other top of the table But he puts the current success sides Stoke Cobras and the Tahu- down to the availability of players nanui Tigers plus the Wairau Tani- with a full-strength line-up reguwha away, assistant coach Deon larly taking the field. “The last two Charles believes it’s hardly the best to three weeks we’ve been able to build up. “It’s going to be really settle on a fairly consistent side tough playing Stoke then backing which always helps with the game up against the Tigers who have al- plan we are trying to play. Callum Smith celebrates with team mates after scoring a try in the Richmond Rabbits game against ready beaten us this season,” says The Rabbits have always been the Wanderers Wolves on Saturday. Photo: Blair Hall/imagepress.co.nz. Deon. “To be honest we certainly encouraged to play an attacking would have liked tighter games brand of rugby league, which is leading up to these tough weeks but clearly working, scoring 14 tries on our locals pick Saturday in Brightwater. “But that it is what it is.” their winners But he is under no illusion that if doesn’t mean we try to score every the Rabbits can win the next three time we touch the ball. We don’t games that will give them some ever take anybody lightly but there breathing space at the top of the is never a lack of motivation when table. “First and foremost we’ve got we play Wanderers.” to win but this is the toughest three In the round’s other TRL matches, Blues Rebels Highlanders Force Southern Kings Bulls Brumbies vs vs vs vs vs vs vs weeks of the competition. Travel- the Stoke Cobras beat the VicRounD 12 Reds Waratahs Hurricanes Crusaders Stormers Chiefs Sharks ling to Blenheim after those two tory Phoenix-Vikings 74-10 while Jason Stack 44/68 games will be difficult; it’s a really the Tahunanui Tigers edged the ARTWORK PROOF Wairau Taniwha 28-26. tough road /DESIGN trip.”

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Derby goes down to the wire It only took three games but Taylor’s Contracting Wanderers has already earned itself some silverware. With just one more weekend left in the Car Company division one’s first round, Wanderers are guaranteed to sit on the top spot, claiming the Moller Cup after a come-from-behind 21-18 win against Star & Garter Waimea Old Boys at the Brightwater Domain. Waimea Old Boys could have spent this weekend resting up with the trophy, but it will instead spend the bye weekend looking back at how it let an 18-7 second half lead slip. With four players sent to the sin bin at varying stages throughout the match, teams had looked to make the most of the numerical advantage. And it seems as if Wanderers did the better job in that department with nine and ten combination Jackson Harvey and Jesse Pitman crossing for late tries. Both tries were scored while Waimea’s Dan Hytongue was on the sideline.

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editorial@waimeaweekly.co.nz The match could have ended in a draw if Billy Guyton had brought his kicking boots to Brightwater. The Waimea midfielder missed six attempts during the game, one from a handy position with just three minutes left on a clock. Kaide Whiting and Dan Hytongue scored Waimea’s two tries while Kerehama Barrett, playing in his first season for Wanderers, scored his side’s other five pointer. In the round’s other match, new boys Kahurangi Hawks took care of Galbraith Group Nelson 24-3 to claim its first win of the season. The results now mean Wanderers and Waimea lead the competition with 14 points each, separated by points differential.

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Public Notices Resource Consents The Council has received applications for resource consent, which have been publicly notified in The Nelson Mail. The applications and supporting information may be examined in any Council office. The full public notice may be found online at Council’s website (www.tasman. govt.nz). Any person may make a submission on the applications in accordance with Section 96 of the Resource Management Act 1991. Submission forms are available from Council offices and on Council’s website. Please note that the following is an abridged advisory notice only. Applicant: Golden Bay Cycle & Walkway Society Incorporated Location: Motupipi Spit and Estuary, Golden Bay Consent Type, Application Number and Proposal: Coastal Permits (Applications RM120269, RM120779) To disturb and occupy the Coastal Marine Area for construction of a bridge and boardwalks across Motupipi Estuary to provide a cycleway link from Boyle Street to Nees Road. Land Use Consents (Applications RM120778, RM120780) To construct and operate a cycle bridge, boardwalks, and off-road cycle link from Boyle Street near the Pohara Golf Club to Nees Road, Rototai, and to install associated information signs. The proposed land use activities will be in Open Space and Recreation Zones as defined by the Tasman Resource Management Plan. Submissions due: 4.30 pm on Monday 6 May 2013.

Council Meetings

Life isn’t always a bed of roses - but it shouldn’t stink! Got a bad smell in your street or a broken sewer pipe? Give Customer Services a call on Ph. 03 543 8400 24hrs a day, seven days a week and we’ll arrange to get it fixed.

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Community Notices Richmond and Districts Information Centre Volunteers are urgently required to work three-hour shifts on a fortnightly basis or as an on-call person, at the Richmond Information Centre in Gladstone Road. Successful applicants would be required to work with more experienced volunteers initially, to gain confidence before being asked to work alone or with a friend. Applicants should have a good knowledge of the District, be well presented, and enjoy meeting and conversing with visitors both New Zealand and from overseas. The Richmond Information Centre has been operating for over 25 years. The Centre is well appointed with good facilities. If you are interested in this type of work, call into the Centre or phone 03 543 9521.

Wakefield Community Council AGM

Agendas and Minutes for Council Meetings can be viewed on Council’s website at www.tasman.govt.nz Engineering Services Committee Tasman Council Chambers, 189 Queen Street, Richmond, Thursday 2 May 2013, 9.30 am. Public forum.

7.30 pm, Tuesday 14 May 2013. St Johns Worship Centre, Edward Street, Wakefield. New members welcome.

Plunket Baby Bonanza

Extraordinary Environment and Planning Committee Tasman Council Chambers, 189 Queen Street, Richmond, Thursday 2 May 2013, 3.00 pm or at the conclusion of Engineering Services. No public forum.

Saturday 18 May 2013, 9.00 am – 12.00 noon. Hope Hall, Richmond. Our baby bonanza is all set to be bigger and better than ever before! With extra fun for the whole family - 2nd hand, near new and new items, sausage sizzle, bouncy castle, nursery items, toys and baby & kids clothing. For bookings, phone Lisa on 03 542 4496.

Environment and Planning Subcommittee Consents Hearings – D & C Gallagher Tasman Council Chambers, 189 Queen Street, Richmond, Tuesday 7 May 2013, 10.00 am. No public forum.

Quilters show their skills

Full Council Meeting - Annual Plan Hearings Takaka Fire Station Hall, Takaka, Wednesday 8 May 2013, 10.00 am. No public forum. Full Council Meeting - Annual Plan Hearings Tasman Council Chambers, 189 Queen Street, Richmond, Thursday 9 May 2013, 9.30 am. Public forum. Full Council Meeting - Annual Plan Hearings Tasman Council Chambers, 189 Queen Street, Richmond, Friday 10 May 2013, 9.30 am. No public forum. Full Council Meeting - Annual Plan Hearings Tasman Council Chambers, 189 Queen Street, Richmond, Monday 13 May 2013, 9.30 am. No public forum. Golden Bay Community Board Takaka Bowling Club, Hiwatha Lane, Takaka, Tuesday 14 May 2013, 9.00 am. Public forum. Commercial Subcommittee Tasman Council Chambers, 189 Queen Street, Richmond, Tuesday 14 May 2013, 9.30 am. No public forum. Motueka Community Board Motueka Office, 7 Hickmott Place, Motueka, Tuesday 14 May 2013, 4.00 pm. Public forum.

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Mother’s Day Fun Run Sunday 12 May 2013, 9.30 am, Jennian Office, 6 Champion Road, Richmond. Tickets are Adults $20 each, Mother Daughter team $15 each. Tickets from www.jennian.co.nz For more information, Ph. 03 543 9610.

Takaka Hill Climb Sunday 19 May 2013, Bottom of Takaka Hill (Motueka side). Walkers 9.00 am - Runners 10.00 am. For more information, contact athleticsnelson@gmail.com

Sick of your rubbish piling up? Get Council rubbish bags from any Tasman District Council office.

24 Hour Assistance Richmond Murchison Motueka Takaka

Motueka Quilting Connection hold their annual show at the Motueka Recreation Centre, Old Wharf Road, from Saturday to Monday 18-20 May 2013. (Please note the change of venue because of the fire at the Upper Moutere Community Centre.) Guest exhibitor is Mary Transom. The show also includes the Bernina ‘Seven Deadly Sins’ Challenge Quilts. Show times are 10.00 am to 4.00 pm daily, and the entrance fee of $3 includes refreshments. Part of the raffle proceeds will be donated to Fifeshire Foundation and Westpac Rescue Helicopter.

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