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Owners of Waimea Village, Michael and Carolyn Wright, have agreed to sell the village to the residents. The deal was stitched together by Tasman mayoral candidate and current councillor Kit Maling and if completed will end almost three years of bitter dispute between the residents and owners of the village, in Richmond. Details of the deal remain confidential but residents were briefed on the options on Sunday afternoon. Some residents were disappointed the Wrights would profit from their erratic behaviour over the past few years but most were in agreement that it was the only logical outcome and that now both sides can move on. The agreement was signed on Friday and Kit addressed residents of the village on Sunday afternoon with the proposal. It

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will mean each home owner in the village has the opportunity to buy a 172nd share of the village, one share for each home and at a cost of $8200. Those who can’t afford to buy a share, or those who don’t want to can still lease their land as they do now but their monthly levies will be higher. A board will run the village and it will employ a part time manager to do all the things Michael Wright paid himself $100,000 a year for. Kit says the savings by getting rid of the Wrights would be huge and it would allow the residents of the village to get back to enjoying their retirement and living in peace again. “This is all SEE PAGE 2

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about making this a better place for you to live and putting the past two and a half years behind you,” he told residents. Seventy per cent of the residents need to agree to buy a share for the deal to go ahead, something he is sure will happen. “I’ve door knocked on all the homes in the village three times now so I have a fairly good idea about what they’ll say and I’m confident we’ll get the necessary money.” If the deal falls over Kit will lose $7000 of his own money that he has put up as a nonrefundable deposit. He says house prices are likely to jump after the Wrights are gone. Kit has been just one of the community leaders attempting to help the residents of the village since the dispute with the Wrights started in late 2010. Others that

helped put pressure on the Wrights include councillor Judene Edgar, her husband and accountant David Verhargen, lawyer Warwick Heal, Pam Coltman, the residents committee and its chair Jerry Rowland, Weekly publishers Steve and Jenny Page, whose mother lives in the village, and other businesspeople. It was the efforts of these people that laid the foundations for this week’s news. Kit told the Weekly he was thrilled to have agreed to a deal. “I’ve been trying to do this for a long time and it was the only way it was ever going to end. I won’t say how much it’s for but whatever it is, it’s worth it.” Waimea Village residents committee chair Jerry Rowland says he’s happy that there appears to be a conclusion to the matter. “It will be fantastic when the people of the village will be able to control their own destiny and run the

village for all the villagers.” One of the conditions of sale is that court proceedings against the Wrights to protect money that should be in the repair and replacement fund is dropped. Although that will only be done after due diligence is completed. The sale becomes unconditional in 42 days, at the time of signing. The dispute between the Wrights and the residents of Waimea Village has been over annual levy increases and a concern that almost $400,000 in a repair and replacement fund isn’t in the fund. The issues have seen residents protest on Gladstone Rd, two rounds of arbitration, an on-going court case and plenty of acrimony on both sides. Residents spoken to at the meeting on Sunday say they can’t wait for it all to be behind them and to say goodbye to the Wrights.

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It generally snows a good eight times a year at St Arnaud, but this year it was nothing like that at all. A warmer than usual winter meant for the first time in a number of years there was no significant snow fall at ground levels. Management at Rainbow Ski Area pulled the pin on the season three weeks earlier than expected after last week’s rain washed out the remaining man-made snow. Daniel Corbett, a spokesperson for Metservice, described our winter as a “winter of two halves”, but acknowledged that across the country it was the warmest winter on record. “It is not completely uncommon

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[to get no snow in St Arnaud] but the type of winter and mix of weather systems have played a big part in how often snow falls over a winter,” he says. Lake Rotoiti School’s acting principal Nicky Crawford couldn’t remember a year when it didn’t snow in St Arnaud, but says from a logistical point of view, the lack of snow was actually a good thing. “Snow causes us all sorts of problems, especially with getting children to and from school,” she says. Last year the school had to be closed for two days due to


snow, and Nicky says snow fall can create power cuts and makes it difficult for the school bus to get in and out of the town. “A lot the children travel to school on the bus, which isn’t a 4WD. So we have to be aware if it’s coming.” Hamish Neill of Rainbow Ski Area says the lack of sufficient snow was evident up the mountain too. “It has been unseasonably warm. August has been really warm and July/August was when we generally get the most of our business and the most of our snow, but that’s where it fell short.” Rainbow Ski Area was now closed until next winter.


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School office lady says goodbye after 30 years If you’ve ever called Brightwater School at some point over the past 30 years, it’s very likely that you would have spoken to Helen Stewart. Having been the office lady throughout that time, Helen has decided to step down at the end of term, retiring to spend more time with her family. She says the school has been a big part of her life. “But you’ve got to move on sometimes, that’s what happens in life,” she says. Helen’s children were students at Bright-

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brary. But it grew as the school grew.” With a young family, Helen enjoyed the lifestyle of working in a school, able to take time off during the school holidays. “I just loved it. I loved being here. It was different everyday and the kids kept you young.” As the school grew (it has increased by six classrooms), so did Helen’s working hours and her role in recent years has been fulltime administration. When asked what she will miss the most about the school, Helen answers “being

part of the Brightwater community”. “You know everyone. The pupils are now the parents. Brightwater is growing and I’ll miss the company of the staff too.” Seeing the former pupils now in their 20s and 30s with children reminds Helen “how long I’ve been here,” she laughs, and she remembers most of them too. “That’s the nice thing about it. You see them grow up and now they’re chief executives, excelling in sport, art and music. They were children and now they’ve developed and take on fantastic roles.”

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IHC DINNER: IHC is hosting a three course dinner next month, with a special guest speaker set to take to the stage in support of the cause. The dinner is being held on October 11 at the Nelson Suburban Club. Tickets to the event can be purchased from Smiths City Nelson, the Nelson Suburban Club and the Richmond Mall. SUPER SWEET 16: Nelson’s most extravagant sweet 16 birthday party went off “without a hitch” says those organising it. The bands were flown in from Auckland, the guest list topped 190, food and wine came from Nelson’s top restaurant and a giant cake topped it all off. The final cost wasn’t revealed but was “a big budget”, according to the organiser who works for the family hosting the party. The teen at the centre of the party is a student at a local high school and was said to have had an “amazing” night. Music was provided by Soundstage, Jamie McDell, boy band Titanium and Mixit DJ.

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Taylor’s Contracting is currently building a cattle underpass for a Spring Grove dairy farmer. While anyone driving from Brightwater to Wakefield would have noticed the diggers, cranes, and plenty of road cones along the State Highway, on the other side of the road is a visible new underpass which will allow the owner of Homedale’s cattle to cross under the road safely. The current work being undertaken was excavating a “race” away from the underpass.

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Police plead: ‘lock your car’ Police are still fielding multiple reports each week about thefts from cars as it appears the public still aren’t getting the message that by simply locking their car it can go a long way to keep it safe. Acting sergeant Nick Kempthorne says police had received a number of reports of wallets and other valuables being taken from unlocked cars. The thefts are district-wide and predominately occur in residential areas with cars sitting under carports, on streets or up driveways, although they do happen in public car parks too. “It’s a perennial problem. People are making it easy for dishonest types to take their stuff by not making it secure and by leaving it in temptation’s way,” says Nick. “In most of those cases people had left valuables in full view inside the car. The offenders targeted those vehicles because they knew there was something worth taking.” While the response from police might appear passive, urging the public to lock their car doors or keep valuables out of sight is continually being stressed. It was only

in February of this year that police sent out a press release saying the number of car thefts had doubled since that time in 2012. The acting area commander at the time Ross Lienart said it was a problem Nelson had been dealing with for a number of years. “For whatever reason Nelson people seem to think it is safe to leave valuable items in unlocked vehicles, or within sight from outside vehicles. This is unfortunately not the case,” he said. This week police spokesperson Lisa Colville says the frequency of thefts come in “pockets”. “We might get hit really bad one week or one weekend and it’s because vehicles are constantly unlocked,” she says. Lisa says the type of items being taken is mixed. “Obviously they’re looking for the opportunity to take cash, wallets or small electronic items but sometimes its fuel or whatever else people leave in their car.” Nick says people should avoid leaving valuables in cars, but if it was unavoidable then they should be locked in the boot out of view.

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Website lands award The Audiophile’s Daniel O’Connell shows off his award for best website. Photo: Phillip Rollo. Local business The Audiophile has scooped an industry award for its website Judged by Australasian trade association Cedia, The Audiophile was announced as a winner last week. Daniel O’Connell says it was huge for his buisness, topping some of the industry’s big players. “Michael Duke, who is our in-house designer, spent a lot of last year redeveloping our website and making sure it’s up to date and helps our clients.” The website was praised for being the most up to date, most informative and having the latest products, while Daniel says the design and ease of use is what makes it stand out. “We just want to be really informative and giving people all of the options that are out there,” he says.

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The Nelson Tasman Region Hospice recently received a wonderful offer from the Nelson community to give a helping hand. Independently and unsolicited from each other, Gavin Hill and his group Phoenix Rising as well as Tania Eggers and Kaushan from Z Halifax taking part in a charity shave to help raise awareness for the Hospice. Come and see what it’s all about and help them to care always. Thursday, 26 September 2013, Z Halifax, 106 Rutherford Street, 11.30 am Sunday, 29 September 2013, Nelson Motor Homes, 135B St Vincent Street, ToiToi, 1.30pm. The Hospice is raising funds for the purchase of an analgesic pump machine. This is equipment used by people with painful conditions to self-administer pain relief. The cost is approx. $4,000 and the Nelson City Council has generously donated $2,500.


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The community rallied behind the Hope School fair on Saturday, turning up in the hundreds and spending thousands of dollars, despite pouring rain dampening the day. School principal David Pritchard says the logistics of postponing the event would have been too difficult once Friday night had rolled along, and while earnings were down from last year, he was grateful to those that donned the raincoats and umbrellas to support the school. “It was wet but we just kept on going,” he says. David described the community support as

“stunning”. “It was just amazing. For example one lady bought five dollars worth of plants but spent ten and says ‘keep the change, you deserve it on a day like today.’” It was unknown exactly how many event goers there were on Saturday morning, but the amount of money raised appears to be north of $23,000. “That’s down [on last year.] There wasn’t anywhere near as much people. But when you’ve got fresh food and stuff like that, cancelling is always a challenge. Once Friday came we were too far gone.”

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Cook book winners The category winners for the Richmond Mall cook book have been announced, with five locals being named as having the best recipes in the region. Centre manager Belinda de Clercq says it was a tough job just choosing one winner per category for the Christmas, jams and preserves, children’s, desserts and family meal sections but the people who won had “fabulous recipes and a fantastic story to go along with them”. As the publishing date for the cook book featuring local home recipes draws near, Belinda says she has been blown away by the quality and variety of the recipes that have been sub-

mitted to the competition. Overall category winner Elaine Flannery of Stoke took out first place due to the strong history her recipe had within her family. “It’s a traditional Christmas Plum Duff. It came from my mum’s mother, was handed down to my mum, then my mum passed it down to me and then me to my daughters. Now I’ve just got to get the ‘grandies and greats’ to make it to keep it going.” Elaine says her memories of the Plum Duff are that it never lasted long because her mother would put “three penny bits” into the bottom of it for the kids to find to ensure they “would eat the lot.”

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I have been commenting for quite a few years that this would be a sad day when this had to start happening in New Zealand as common practice. I moved from the USA when I was 8 and have visited back several times, it's all prepay there. I interpret it as a sign of the times of economic inequality and decreasing community trust. B Morgan Murrah.

Bring back full driveway service and this would not be happening. Barry Mortimer.

What does it matter you have to go in and pay anyway. Leticia Robertson.

I don't see why there's any hoo-ha about it. You put petrol in, you pay for it - why does it matter to customers which way around that is when it's helping out the local business owner? As long as there's a way around the fill-up issue, no problem! Lisa Fowler.

What about when you want to fill up and dont know how much it will be? Claire Kelly. I shop at Z for Flybuys anyway but that policy would make me not shop with them. Wayne Nicholson. I don't understand how this works.. when I get petrol I usually just 'filler up', I don't know exactly how much it's going to do you pre-pay that? Or what if I want to top up and pre-pay for

Saw on Fair Go a story about this. If you were brown they made you pre pay but if you were white they'd unlock it and then go in and pay. Is this what is going to happen? Rayon Mackenzie.

I fill up my tank weekly and more of a stuff round now so refuse to go there and would rather travel to another petrol station that don't have this crap. Amy Aitken. Yea went in pre paid and when I walked out someone els had used what I just paid for took us 15 minutes to

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are made...? Pity TDC cut back on enviro education, people living in the urban areas are most likely to take a laissez-faire attitude to water savings as it rarely effects them other than washing cars or watering gardens when restrictions are in place. Should I be elected I will ensure education is a priority because this is the only real way to effect change. Sue Wilson.

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Think you know you partner? Enough to be publicly quizzed about them and get the answers right? Well some well known local couples do and they are willing to battle it out amongst themselves in the name of fundraising. Mayor Richard Kempthorne and his wife Jane, Richmond Mall manager Belinda De Clercq and her husband Dion and former Tall Black Ed Book and his wife Lisa, along with several couples will jump on stage and take part in Grace Church’s ‘Marriage Match’. The idea is to get each couple to answer a series of questions individually, and then quiz their other half to see which couple is the best match says organiser Sandra Johnson. “We wanted an event that would break the mould and be a bit of a laugh. It’s going to be a very entertaining evening testing the couples on how well they know each other. I don’t think they know quite what they’ve got themselves in for.” Belinda says she and he husband Dion who have been mar-

Mayor Richard Kempthorne and his wife Jane, Richmond Mall manager Belinda De Clercq and her husband Dion will be participating in a marriage quiz. Photo: Sinead Ogilvie. ried for nearly 13 years have already started preparing for the quiz, and have been brushing up on their knowledge of things such as favourite colours, making sure each can recall the first time they met, and other fun facts. “We’re already preparing because we want to win it. We’ve been studying all week.” Richard however admitted that although he and wife Jane have been married for 34 years, he’s “terrified” and doesn’t know what to expect. “It will be fun. I’ve talked about it with her and asked what her favourite

colour is. I’ve forgotten it already.” Sandra says the emphasis is on the fun factor and encourages the community to get behind the event, with proceeds going towards sending the church’s youth group to the Philippines to see visit their sponsor child. The Marriage Match will be held this Saturday night at the Headingly Centre. Tickets can be purchased by phoning 544 9479. Waimea Weekly has two family passes to giveaway to the event, so to enter to win simply email

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Richmond Ward, Tasman District Council I have worked hard as a Councillor for the past six years to represent the people of Tasman. If re-elected I will continue to provide a grounded viewpoint based on an understanding of the pressures affecting families, retired people, businesses and the community in general. Throughout my time on Council I have used my leadership skills and community knowledge to provide a strong voice for the people of Tasman. I endeavour to find collaborative solutions, working to people’s strengths and engaging with the community. I bring energy, clarity of thinking and a straight forward approach to Council. I offer my honesty and integrity and I will continue to be accessible, listen to and be involved in the community. I have worked hard to be an accessible and accountable Councillor and with the help of your vote, I would like to continue. You can contact me on 544 1927 or e-mail Authorised by Judene Edgar, 46 Otia Drive, Richmond

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Candidates pitch their case to you

By now you should have received your voting papers in the post. Along with voting for mayor and board members of the district health board, you will vote for those to represent you on council. In the Waimea-Moutere ward there were only three candidates, so you won’t

Judene Edgar I am a dedicated councillor who understands the council processes so can effect change; a strategic thinker who strives for pragmatic outcomes; and am passionate about Tasman’s future. Weekly says: Top councillor, a tireless worker, we need her back.

Gordon Currie

I have spent the best part of a quarter of a century involved in the care and concerns of the 50+ citizens of the region, also those on low and fixed incomes who find rate payments very difficult. Weekly says: Coming back for another crack, was a tidy enough councillor last time.

Mark Greening I will bring the skills of a tax lawyer and adjudicator. I also have over 18 years of business experience. I am passionate, positive, honest, fair, a hard and tireless worker and someone you can trust. Weekly says: Currently works in Wellington, says he would commit to council if elected.

Alan Turley

My experience in local government and the ability to make sensible and cost effective decisions make me well qualified. We need the FOUR best candidates elected. Weekly says: Former NCC councillor, lives in Brightwater.


your vote. Waimea Weekly believes we need strong, dedicated candidates that can lead this district into the next few years. We are at a critical point for the region and it’s vital we continue our growth and have the right people to help steer that.

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Zane Mirfin

I care about Richmond and its community. I have a portfolio of employment, and life experience [behind me]. Weekly says: New candidate, pretty much an unknown on the council scene. Says her family is her first priority. Lives in Hope with her family.

I’m intelligent, sensible, fair, objective, approachable, and a good listener. I’ve worked hard over the past three years and the ratepayers of Richmond have trained me well. I am ready for a 2nd term. Weekly says: We haven’t heard much from Zane over the past three years. One of two incumbant councillors in the race.

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Michael Higgins

I would never claim to be the best, but I can assure you that I would represent and serve all constituents. I am an active listener and will bring empathy and compassion to the job. Weekly says: New candidate, works as a rural postie and is a volunteer fireman.

I am able to grasp the heart of each matter that comes before the council, and take it to a good outcome. Weekly says: An effective former councillor. Now says he supports free car parking in Richmond. Lives in Wakefield and is backing Richard Kempthorne for mayor.

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Nelson’s kids on the Block After a week on the Block NZ television show, Nelson’s Tom and Loz Heaphy were wondering what on earth they’d gotten into. They were the underdogs with no renovation skills, they couldn’t even build a decent letterbox and realisation that they could be in for ten weeks of losing was hitting them hard. “We said to the producers, ‘did you just put us on this show to be the losers?’” says Loz. “We thought ‘what are we doing here?’” But it didn’t take them long to turn it around, heading into this week they were on a streak of three wins, including their children’s bedroom, the dinner wars challenge and their bathroom. Suddenly it all seemed to come together, says Tom. “We don’t like losing and I pictured ten weeks of us losing the whole time and being a joke and being an embarrassment and that was really tough to get our heads around. Winning the bathroom was huge,

because the judges just raved about it and vator,” says Tom. it was then that we thought, we may actu- Along with learning new renovating skills, Tom and Loz have also had to come to ally be able to do this.” The Block NZ is a reality show that sees grips with being celebrities in their own right, something they four couples renovating a house room by room say is a bit strange. “Mostly people just say over a ten week period. hi,” says Loz. At the end of the ten weeks the houses will “But things like Twitter is weird, the people who be auctioned off with tweet about you, like the difference between the reserve and the final John Campbell tweeted about how he loved our sale price theirs to keep. bathroom. We’re kind of The winner will also win $80,000 cash. blown away that those kind of people know Tom and Loz, both well about us.” known in Nelson, say Tom and Loz Heaphy. they entered the show Other big fans of Tom for the challenge of it. “It’s cliché but life and Loz on Twitter is Nelson comedian is short and the last three years in Nelson Guy Williams and fellow funny man Steve have just flown by. So doing something out Wrigley, who has declared himself “team there and something to look back on hope- Tom and Loz”. fully with pride, not regret, was a big moti- The couple are currently second place in

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the people’s choice award and say they are getting a lot of support from Nelsonians. “Lots of people that we know or know by association are really behind us, the ones that know us really get into it, cursing at the tele, hugs in the lounge when we win something. It’s really cool,” says Tom. Winning the Block NZ could be a life changer but they say just finishing the challenge will be ultimate experience. “We never said we were in it for the money but that it was a nice benefit of it and that. But going through it, the way we’ve grown, the skills we’ve learnt, that’s more valuable,” says Tom. “We’ve learnt so much and it’s something we’ll always remember and hopefully something we’ll always look back on with pride and happiness… but winning money will add to that,” he jokes. To vote for Tom and Loz in the people’s choice award, visit and then search for the Block.

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old photos of myself and I thought that my before and after images were pretty staggering too and my kids didn’t even think they were the same guy! For a start I am tanned, blonde and if I do say so myself, buff. This got me thinking about what people see when they look at me. You see before I met Jesus I was buff, blonde and tanned but ugly to the bone. I made fun of any one who did not meet my standard of normal, if they walked differently or spoke differently, or if their weight was not my normal they were fair game. Over time as I began to know Jesus better I asked God for a change in my perspective. As I began to replace culture for eternal truth a strange

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thing began to happen and I started to see beauty in the people that our culture labels as ugly, undesirable or rejects. As a result I am beginning to find opportunities to serve them rather than spending so much time on my own shortcomings. I have a long way to go, but I am wondering out loud what it would look like for me and you to take seriously God’s desire for us to love him, others and ourselves. It is however true that God has done an extreme makeover on my soul and the best news is he’s not finished yet. By the way I cannot wait for tomorrow cause in my opinion I get better looking every day! - Jeff Wright, Richmond Community Church.

Big turnout for pig hunt Huge crowds turned out for the Taylor’s Wanderers Pig Hunt Challenge on Saturday as local rugby clubs swapped their boots for their Ridgeline and battled it out off the field. The challenge is aimed at bringing together each rugby club for a final Saturday of friendly rivalry and it did just that, with Taylor’s Wanderers taking home the trophy and Murchison falling short in second place. Challenge co-organiser Frank Goeddert says he was really pleased with the turnout and says a highlight was watch Hunting Aoteroa’s Matua Parkinson giving out prizes to

the children who entered. Matua and his film crew followed the pig hunt from Thursday through to Saturday, heading out with local hunters to capture the culture here in Nelson. Local woman Janeen Wilson and hunting partner Jo Albers have been chasing boars together 25 years and says the Wanderers hunt was known as one of the best. The prize for the heaviest boar went to Dan Fisher for his 62kg entry and with the most uncanny luck, average weight went to Nyron Wills who also won it last year. Nyron donated $500 of his $1000 prize to Wanderers JAB.

Rick and Nigel Muir of Richmond at the Wanderers Sports Club Pig Hunt Challenge in Brightwater over the weekend. Photo: Sinead Ogilvie.



Richmond Ward For Tasman District Council I am standing for another term as the TDC Councillor. My main concern is to keep the cost of rates affordable; this requires diligence and fiscal prudence. We are faced with upgrading infrastructure and replacing that what has reached the

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the attention of the Mayor and other Councillor’s the hardships many have in paying higher council charges and rates. The success of the council is in discussions around the Council Table and by making sound, economic decisions.

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GIRLS DAY OUT: Ranger Guides and Pippins held a “Big Sister, Litter Sister” day last weekend up Lee Valley at the Guides’ Paretai Lodge. The event is held all around New Zealand once every two years and is coordinated by the Rangers Guides who are the senior group in the region. The programme for the day was based around a teddy bears picnic and gave the Rangers Guides an opportunity to test their leadership skills while the Pippins, who are age five to six, were able to experience the fun activities organised.

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Cellar Door TC D The Restaurant & Cafe @ Waimea Estates 59 Appleby Highway An example of Katrina and Neil’s creativity is their ‘small plate’ menu. Tapa’s style, they’re a mini burst of flavour that can be enjoyed as is, or combined with a few different options. Share them with friends over a wine, or they can just as easily be enjoyed on your own. From pulled pork burritos, chickpea and spinach fritters, through to buffalo mozzarella, a small plate packs a great punch that is full of flavor. At the heart of the Cellar Door is the variety of renowned Waimea Estate wines that have won many accolades over the years. Katrina and Neil welcome the public to call in for a wine tasting, available both on the weekends and during the week. There is no need to book so simply call in unannounced and sample the varieties of wine produced on site at the Waimea Estate. Greg is the resident wine expert at the Cellar Door and will make your tasting entertaining, educational and fun – just how it should be. The Cellar Door will be available for functions big or small, from wed-



Phone: 544 4963 dings to anniversaries, any special occasion is welcome. Katrina and Neil are more than happy to cater to your specific needs and can design a menu that is both unique to your event and memorable. “Nothing is off limits; we can design something simple, or cater to any requirements.” If you need any more excuses to visit Waimea Estate’s brand new Cellar Door café and restaurant, jump onto to find out more. Just a stone’s throw from Richmond on Appleby Highway, the Cellar Door will be open Wednesday to Sunday 10am to 5pm and also Friday to Saturday evenings from 5pm to 9pm.

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couple of years now, with the April flash flood acting as a catalyst says managing director, Kevin Symns. A total makeover of both production facilities and the Factory Outlet are now complete just in time for summer. The O2B Healthy Factory Outlet is turning heads for all the Proud to be looking after right reasons. A new colour scheme, new carpet, a new the health of O2b’s shelving system and a change technology needs. in the way products are displayed has updated the entire look and is helping customers • Support Services to find their way to the products they need. • The Cloud The entire product range is now • Disaster Recovery and organised around a traditional color system: red, orange, yelBusiness Continuity low, green, blue, indigo and vi• Project Management olet; with products categorised

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by color linking to a certain human internal organ or specific condition or ailment. Kevin says the system is “soundly grounded in traditional medical systems tested over the millennia and is a unique way to display products and possibly a first in New Zealand.” The finishing touch on the new look has been a boardwalk that winds its way through the middle of the Factory Outlet floor and connects right through to the back office wall to a painting of the Milford track, which acts as a metaphor for ‘a pathway to natural health.’ The idea is that when you enter the O2B Healthy Factory Outlet you aren’t simply walking into a health shop, but you are empowering yourself to embark on the journey to good health and that starts by receiving the right products and the right advice to suit your individual needs. O2B Healthy is a local manufacturer and retailer of their own brand of dietary supplements, which means you are buying directly from the people who are making the product. Adjacent to the Factory Outlet is the very factory in which products on the shelves are made. From sourcing almost

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New look factory outlet 7 Elm Street, Wakatu Industrial Estate Phone: 544 1710 dispensers for self-service of Omega 3 capsules that allows customers to bring their own packaging, buy however many capsules they want and thereby save money and the environment. The range of some 200 products continues to grow and the O2B Healthy team is in the midst of introducing an expanded range of functional foods including popular super foods, whole foods and are aiming to help support more local natural product suppliers. Call into the brand new O2BHealthy Factory Outlet to shop and take a look around. There is plenty of free parking and the car park is also cycle and campervan friendly too. Danyell Dixon, the O2b Healthy factory outlet retail manager demonstrating the outlet’s unique dispensary of Omega 3 capsules, the only one like it in the country to their knowledge. The dispensary allows customers to bulk buy as many or as few capsules they need, with no restrictions so that you can buy to suit any budget. 1000 different raw ingredients, to the design, formulation, manufacture and retail of the end product, O2B Healthy pride themselves on their local origins. They strive to use local ingredients wherever they can making the most of Nelson grown ingredients such as blackcurrants, deer velvet, bee pollen, grape seed extracts and the like. The product range can cater to the

whole family from women’s, men’s and children’s health, right through to precious pets with a newly developed animal health range. From vitamins and minerals, to natural skin care and condition specific formulations, antioxidants and super foods, no matter what ailment or lifestyle, there is something at O2B Healthy to support your every natural health need. Their creative approach has seen them adapt bulk

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OPEN 8am-5pm Monday-Friday, 8.30am-3.00pm Saturday, Open late Thursday night until 6.30pm

Food Court, Richmond Mall Phone 544 6180

On October 2 1973, shopping was revolutionised in Nelson. there. “We have a really fantastic team. When you walk in you The Richmond Mall was born and inside that mall, a restaurant can hear them laughing out in the kitchen, they all really enjoy and coffee lounge – the Bouleworking here and it shows in the way they treat the customvard Café. Now the Boulevard ers.” Café is one of only three origiLong standing staff member nal businesses left in the mall Karen Andrew who has been and the team is celebrating 40 with the business for 12 years great years of success – with says the secret to its success plenty more left to come. is simple. “It’s the people that The Boulevard has had just make it. The regulars that come one location change from its in, you get to know them and original site and a few different they get to know us. The ownowners over the years. Sandra ers are great people to work for, and Allan bought the business 9 years ago and have made a lot Boulevard café owner Sandra Begg who is currently off the food is great and it’s just a of changes to keep the business work due to health reasons with staff members Trudy really amazing place to be.” moving with the times. At the Mallaburn, Katrina Cogle , Aleisha Couper and Karen Manager Trudy Mallaburn has been at the Boulevard for four same time though they’ve kept Andrew. years and says the cafe is more the same fantastic service and quality homemade food the café is like a family than anything else. “There are so many friendly people that come in on a daily basis and then there’s the staff. known for. With the support of their two loyal We all get on so well and have a lot of laughs.” daughters Kelly and Ebony, who Not ones to shy away from community spirit, the team are alfirst started working at the café after ways getting amongst local events or supporting community school before eventually managing activities. Whether they turn the place yellow for daffodil day, it, the business has flourished. Both go red and black for the crusaders or celebrate St Patricks Day, daughters have since returned from they love to surprise the locals who don’t expect to see them all having children to work part-time dressed up. at the café and Sandra says it seems “It’s our way of getting involved with the community and the to be the way with the staff wheth- customers that come in love it.” er they are family or not, they stick The Boulevard has seen many customers come and go over the around because they love working years and loyal and regular café goers have made their mark.

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Food Court, Richmond Mall Phone 544 6180 During the hustle and bustle of the morning rush you’ll see many of the same people stopping by. Creatures of habit they just keep coming back and it is something of a novelty for the staff says Alan. “It is amazing to see. One local woman, Mrs Beach, she made the Boulevard her daily stop for 30 years until she sadly passed away this year. Spacious, inviting and with a classic café feel, She used to come in and sit at the same seat the Boulevard Café are celebrating 40 years. every single day. It’s those customers that Call in try a fantastic coffee and experience make you smile.” the homemade taste food prepared on site. A reputation for great homemade food and great service has been a constant at the Boulevard but there have been a few changes over the years too. While the busy foot traffic of the mall passes by, the café has kept its sheltered dining space to allow a bit of privacy and time out from the world. The tables and chairs are still pride of place for those that enjoy them but a recent upgrade has seen the décor modernised with booth seating added for comfort. Customers should watch this space too, because Sandra has just ordered brand new french made tabletops which are due to arrive shortly, which is keeping her occupied while she is unable to work due to health reasons. “We are keeping up with the times and modernising things as we need to. The Boulevard is a classic café that people of all ages can enjoy, so we upgrade bits and pieces as we go to keep things interesting.” If you are a regular customer of the Boulevard Café, or if you haven’t been in for a while, help them celebrate their 40th birthday next week. Sandra and Allan want to say a big thank you to the community for their support over the years and welcome the public to call in and sing happy birthday with them. Open Monday to Wednesday 8am to 5.30pm, Thursday and Friday nights till late, Saturday 9am to 5pm and Sunday 10am to 4pm.

WEDNESDAY 25 September 2013

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Celebrating 40 Years In the

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Wednesday 2 October Food Court, Richmond Mall Hours: Mon, Tues, Wed 8.00-5.30 Thurs, Fri 8.00-8.00 Sat 8.30-5.30 Sun 9.30-4.00


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Andy McQueen Chairperson of the Brightwater Community Association The Brightwater Community Association is a non profit organisation run by volunteers to promote interest in the social, economic, environmental and cultural life of Brightwater. We also serve as a channel of communication with TDC and other bodies that affect our community. Last month we had a visit from Hugh Briggs of the Tasman Cycle Trail Trust who are looking to enhance the track through Brightwater with new signage and asked where we want signs located. We are seeking donations from the community to purchase a portable

speaker system that can be used by community organisations in Brightwater such as schools, sporting, youth, senior and cultural organisations. Last Anzac Day here in Brightwater we hired a similar sound system for our Anzac service and it was most useful and really enhanced the service, allowing us to play the appropriate music and the speakers to be heard clearly. Soon we will all receive voting papers for our local elections. The candidates offer different choices so please use your vote wisely. The next BCA meeting is at 7.30pm, Tuesday Oct 1 at Brightwater School.

Get ready for the gala

The Brightwater Playcentre gala will be held on Sunday October 20 between 11am and 3pm at the Spring Grove Drill Hall on Lord Rutherford Rd South. Come along and enjoy a fantastic fun day out with live music, raffles and prizes, delicious food and entertainment for young and old Book a stall space for just $10 a table. Contact Jade on 03 541 8854 or 027 779 4399.

Guides and Pippins Wakefield Pippins have spaces for girls aged 5 to 7 years meeting at the Wakefield Scout den at 3.15pm to 4.15pm for Term 4. Contact Margaret Robinson on 547 5036. There are spaces available for Guides in Brightwater for ages 9 to 14 years. Contact Josie MacDonald on 544 2660.

HOT DOG: Lauchlan Mortimer, Oliver Thibodeau, Miles Knight and Ben Ricketts of Brightwater School enjoying an American Hotdog for lunch. The special lunch was held to raise money for a portable sound system for the Brightwater Community Association. The $500 raised will go towards helping the BCA reach their target of $7000.

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Join the Waimea area quilters The next meeting for the Waimea Area Quilters club will be held Thursday October 10 at Hope School Library from 7.30pm. The meeting will feature special guest June Law from Grape Escape Gifts who will be telling the group all about her new venture. Bring along your blocks for Block of the Month and blocks from the September paper-piecing day class. There will also be a show and tell. New members welcome to this group with a wide tange of talents. Contact Marilyn on 541 8435 for more information.

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WEDNESDAY 25 September 2013

New Show Home at 5 Fairose On the Brightside


Waimea South Garden Club members Ele Smeaton, Colleen Walsh, Rita Tyrie, Maureen Manley, Brenda Wollen, Robyn Reid, collecting for Daffodil Day outside the 4 Square in Brightwater.

Appletons poultry supplies Fionna and Gordon Appleton at Appletons Hen Houses and Poultry Supplies in Mt. Heslington Road specialise in everything chickens. If you are thinking of keeping chickens you’re not sure where to start, talk to them. They can set you up with everything you need to keep chooks in your backyard. You cannot beat Brown Shavers if you are keeping chooks primarily for fresh,

homegrown eggs and they have Brown Shaver pullets ready to go. Or, if the attractive old-fashioned heritage breeds take your fancy, they specialise in those too - availability depends on the season. Appletons have a range of poultry supplies both online and instore and stock everything from incubators and brooding equipment to feeders, drinkers, healthcare products and poultry feed. If you want to hatch your own chicks in an incubator or have a broody hen they have heritage breed hatching eggs available now and during the season.

• Over 40 years experience • Alterations • Bathroom • Kitchen • Toilet The Brightwater School Gold netball team are the winners of Grade 1, Year 5 & 6 in the Saturday morning netball competition. Georgia MacBeth was presented with the Most Promising Future Fern trophy. Here they are with their trophy and certificate. Pictured are (back row) Aimee Berkett, Keri Snodgrass, Holly Thomas and Olivia Donaldson (front row) Mya Peters, Georgia Macbeth and Peita Milne. Congratulations on your win girls. You should be very proud of your efforts this season.

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We specialise in professionally built quality KITSET and customised hen houses and chicken coops. We offer a full range of quality poultry supplies, stockfeed, health care products, chickens and heritage breed eggs for hatching.

03 542 3224 Supply quality feed & ample water to your hens in purpose-made containers. bestStep-On out ofFeeder your$150 laying AppletonsGet Largethe Capacity + P&Phens Appletons with Bantam/Pheasant Feeder $130 a quality,Step-On complete feed.+ P&P Visit our The Original Chooketeria $140 + P&P We stock Westons Stockfeed. informative Appletons Large Capacity Drinker $76 + P&P new website

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28 WEDNESDAY 25 September 2013


Wakefield Rest Home

Celebrating 20 years

Where it’s the care that counts

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Is Wakefield Rest Home setting the standard for assisted living? Twenty years on and still going strong says they are. Join the wee gem of a rest home in celebrating their milestone anniversary this weekend and congratulate them on their achievement. The friendly team and fun loving residents are taking a walk down memory lane this Saturday and invite anyone who has made a connection with the rest home over the years to join in the party. Twenty years is a fantastic achievement for Wakefield Rest Home and they want to share the moment with one and all. While it is a small facility, good things come in little packages and the friend-

ships, relationships and great atmosphere within are all reasons it has stood the test of time. Beautiful surroundings, personalised care and a tight knit culture are just some of the great things about Wakefield Rest Home. Being privately owned, they’ve been able to stay on the smaller end of the scale and currently cater to just 22 residents, with two full time staff and 21 part-timers. The staff are all true professionals and offer care that is second to none. “That is what makes all of the difference,” says manager Geraldine Harvey. “The calibre of the staff here is fantastic. They are all very capable, competent and all go the extra mile. You can’t buy that for

love nor money.” The country setting makes a trip out to Wakefield Rest Home worth the journey. Along with a picturesque location the rest home shares a great community connection. Just a stone’s throw away you can enjoy a cup of tea at a café, sit with a sweet treat at the tearooms, call into the pharmacy, 4 Square, hair dresser , or post office, all within a strolls distance for capable residents. A medical clinic is located next door and Faulkner’s bush reserve provides a seat in the sun where residents can spend the day taking in the sights and sounds of nature or spending time with visiting family. A range of social activities are on hand

Doug and the girls at Wakefield Pharmacy congratulate the team at Wakefield Rest Home on their 20th Birthday and are pleased to be a valued supplier.

Wakefield Pharmacy

4 Edward St Ph 541 8418

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WAKEFIELD HEALTH CENTRE Our extensive range of services include: • General Medical Services • Practice Nurse Clinics • Healthy Lifestyle Education • Late clinic night Wednesday to 7pm • Minor Surgery • Immigration Medicals • Tapawera Clinics

Accepting new enrolments Phone for an appointment today

Wakefield Health Centre 12 Edward Street, Wakefield Phone: 03 541 8911

Congratulations on your 20 years of service to the community

Proud to work alongside Wakefield Rest Home and provide their general medical care. Congratulations on your 20 year milestone!

The picturesque grounds at Wakefield Rest Home are the perfect place for your loved one.

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WEDNESDAY 25 September 2013

Wakefield Rest Home


10 Edward St, Wakefield Ph 541 8995

Where it’s the care that counts

Manager Gerri Harvey with resident Daisey O’Shea enjoying the garden at Wakefield Rest Home.

for the residents to take part in, with crafts, flower arranging, singing, entertainment, music and bowls, they are spoiled for choice. Wakefield Rest Home and local volunteers are also proud to deliver an affordable meals on wheels service for the wider community in Wakefield, supplying nutritious and delicious meals to those who still live independently, but need a helping hand with meals. Families are always pleasantly surprised at just how much their mum, grandmother, or grandfather love their new home. A lovely letter arrived just last year from a more than satisfied relation. Joy Potter of Queensland wrote to Geraldine saying just how grateful she was for the high level of care and companionship her mother found at Wakefield Rest Home. “Mum would brag to me chuckling about being waited on hand and foot, I have seen the constant fun and laughter that the staff engage in with the residents. “She would continually reassure me that this wee rest home was her new home and that she loved it. She enjoyed having like minded friends new and old, to share her golden years with.” The twenty year mark is a huge success for a Wakefield Rest Home and its longevity boils down to the staff who truly care about the people who live there. It’s obvious from the residents, their families and the fantastic feedback they receive that the staff are genuine in their care. Celebrate 20 great years with the small rest home with the biggest heart this weekend. Afternoon tea, music and fun will kick off at 2.30pm and wind

down at 4pm. Wakefield Rest Home also welcome new residents with open arms so to find out more information simply drop by or phone Geraldine on 541 8995

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Wakefield Rest Home

Where it’s the care that counts

Our warm, sunny and friendly rest home is in the heart of Wakefield Village with a reserve on one side, the health centre on the other and the shops and cafés right at the end of the driveway. It’s like living at home, not in a hotel Excellent results from our Ministry of Health Certification Audits. Meals on Wheels available to local residents at a very reasonable cost. 10 Edward Street, Wakefield

You are cordially invited to attend

THE 20TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION OF WAKEFIELD REST HOME LTD. SATURDAY 28 SEPTEMBER 2013 2.30pm – 4.00pm Join us for high tea and music by ‘THE JACKSONS’ We would love you to come and spend some time with us on this very special day RSVP by September 23

Ph 541 8995 email

It’s worth the journey

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$12,980 Mazda aXeLa 2000CC auto 2006 These Mazda Axela hatches are a very popular choice these days as a family car and a daily commuter. This was imported in from Japan in 2012 at 89km and has had 1 owner in NZ. It’s powered by a 2.0 litre motor and is auto with tiptronic option. The interior is in very tidy condition. It also has airbags, ABS brakes, remote locking, air conditioning, CD, electric windows and mirrors and factory alloy wheels.

$11,980 MitSuBiSHi CoLt SpoRt auto 2007 NZ new and had 1 owner. Its powered by a nippy 1500cc motor and is automatic. The interior is also in very tidy condition. It also has ABS brakes, airbags, CD, airconditioning, tinted glass, factory alloys, electric windows and mirrors and remote locking. The paintwork is also in very tidy condition for its year and mileage.


$14,980 toyota yaRiS HatCH, auto 2008 This Toyota Yaris is the 5 door hatch, powered by a peppy chain driven (so NO cambelt ) 1500cc motor and is automatic. The interior is very spacious and in immaculate condition. It also has ABS brakes, 6 airbags, CD, airconditioning, remote locking, electric windows and mirrors and factory alloys. The paintwork is also in very tidy condition for its year and mileage.




Suzuki SWiFt auto HatCH 2007 These Suzuki Swift hatches are probably one of the most popular car on NZ’s roads today. Powered by a peppy 1240cc chain driven motor and is automatic. So no cambelt to worry about. The interior is surprisingly spacious and is in very tidy condition. It also has ABS brakes, airbags, remote locking, CD, air conditioning, electric windows and mirrors.

HoLden CoMModoRe V6 2006 A decent roomy family car that offers comfort and great performance without breaking the bank. It’s NZ new and had 1 private owner. Powered by a 3.6 litre V6 and is automatic. The interior is in tidy condition. It also has ABS brakes, airbags, CD, air conditioning, cruise control, remote locking, 18 inch alloys and a spoiler. It doesn’t have a towbar.

$3,980 daiHatSu pyzaR WaGon 1996 If you are in the market for a small wagon to take the dog to the beach or the mountain bike out to your favourite spot, then this is for you. Its powered by a peppy 1500cc motor and is auto. The cambelt etc was replacd at 139km. The interior has heaps of space and is in tidy condition. It also has airbags, CD, airconditioning, electric windows and mirrors, alloys, tinted glass and a roof spoiler.


$5,980 HoLden CoMModoRe BeRLina 1999 Are you in the market for a roomy family car that can also tow the boat or caravan? Well this could be it. It’s NZ new and only done 143km. Powered by a 3.8 litre V6 motor and is automatic. The interior is in tidy condition. It also has airbags, climate air conditioning, ABS brakes, CD, electric windows and mirrors, remote locking, cruise control, tinted glass, boot spoiler and a towbar.

Mazda 6 GSX auto 2005 These are in my opinion one of the best family cars on the market today. The interior has an amazing amount of space for passengers and has 8 airbags. It’s powered by a 2.3 litre chain driven motor and is automatic with tiptronic option. It’s NZ new and had 2 owners. It also has ABS brakes, CD, electric windows and mirrors, cruise control, remote locking, factory alloys.


$3,980 niSSan puLSaR autoMatiC 1996 If the kids need a first car or the family need a good robust car for your daily commute, then check this out. Its powered by a nippy chain driven 1500cc motor and is automatic. The interior is quite roomy and in tidy condition. It also has airbags, airconditioning, electric windows and mirrors and central locking.




toyota ipSuM 7 SeateR 2005 If you have more bums than seats in your current car and need a 7 seater, then this is for you. It’s powered by a 2.4 litre chain driven motor and is auto (so NO cambelt). The interior is very roomy and in immaculate condition. It also has ABS brakes, airbags, CD, climate air conditioning, remote locking, electric windows and mirrors, reversing camera, tinted glass and roof spoiler. It’s just been imported in from Japan so you will be the first owner in NZ.

MitSuBiSHi daiMante eS 2004 This is your chance to grab a BARGAIN. This car is NZ new. Would be an ideal family car. It’s powered by a 3.5 litre V6 and is automatic. The interior is in tidy condition. It also has ABS brakes, airbags, CD, electric windows and mirrors, climate air conditioning, cruise control, towbar, 15 inch Avanti alloys and a boot spoiler.

HoLden CoMModoRe CaLaiS 2001 An oldy but still a goody. This has been in the same Nelson family from new. This is the luxury model of the Commodore range. Powered by a grunty 3.8 litre V6 and is auto. The interior is in very tidy condition and has full grey leather. It also has 4 airbags, ABS brakes, traction control, cruise control, 10 disc CD, electric windows and mirrors, remote locking with 2 keys, factory alloys, and a towbar.


$14,980 toyota CoRoLLa GL WaGon 2007 Are you in the market for a low km NZ new wagon? Check this out. It’s NZ new and had 1 owner. Powered by an 1800cc motor and is 5 speed manual. The interior is in very tidy condition. It also has ABS brakes, airbags, air conditioning, electric front windows and mirrors and a CD.

$10,980 Hyundai Getz auto HatCH 2008 It seems everybody these days wants fuel economy, good looks and comfort. Well this has all 3. It’s NZ new and had 2 owners. Powered by a 1600cc motor and is automatic. The interior is quite roomy and very tidy. It also has ABS brakes, airbags, air conditioning, remote locking, CD, electric windows and mirrors, factory alloy wheels.


$7,980 Honda CiViC Vti ManuaL 2001 This is just a lovely NZ new car that’s obviously been well looked after by its 2 owners and has only done 76,000kms. It’s powered by a 1500cc motor and is 5 speed manual. The interior is quite roomy and in very tidy condition. It also has airbags, ABS brakes, climate air conditioning, electric windows and mirrors, remote locking, alloy wheels and boot spoiler.

$57,980 $13,980 MitSuBiSHi L300 SWB Van 2008 If you are a tradesman or handyman looking to upgrade to a later model van, then this is for you. It’s NZ new and had 1 owner. It’s powered by a 2.4 litre petrol motor and is 5 speed manual. The interior is in tidy condition. It also has CD, alarm and a towbar.

BMW X5 dieSeL M/SpoRt 2009 This is probably the BEST all round SUV on the market for sale today. These are very happy commuting but are also a very capable sports wagon and an awesome tow wagon. It’s AWD and is the Motorsport model which has all of the performance enhancements from BMW. It has adaptive xenon lights, self levelling suspension, cruise control with braking function, auto dipping interior and exterior mirrors, rain sensing wipers, push button start, auto handbrake and tinted glass.

$14,980 niSSan MaXiMa Si 2009 If you are in the market for a Ford Falcon or a Holden Commodore, then you should do yourself a favour and test drive a Maxima. They also have plenty of power, comfort and heaps of interior room. This one is NZ new and had 1 owner. It’s powered by a grunty 3.5 litre V6 and is automatic with tiptronic option. The interior is in very tidy condition. It also has ABS brakes, airbags, CD, climate air conditioning, cruise control, electric windows and mirrors, remote locking, factory 16 inch alloys and a towbar.

toyota CoRoLLa FieLdeR 2004 Robust, roomy and one of the most popular model wagons on the road in NZ. This Toyota Corolla Fielder wagon is ideal for the family that needs a reliable everyday wagon. Powered by a chaindriven 1500cc motor and is auto (so NO cambelt). The interior is roomy and in immaculate condition. It also has ABS brakes, airbags, CD, air conditioning, electric windows and mirrors, remote locking, tints, roof spoiler. It’s just been imported in from Japan so you will be the first owner in NZ.


toyota HiLuX SuRF SSR-X 1996 The Hilux Surfs are one of the most popular SUVs on the market in NZ today. They are happy as a family car or towing the boat or caravan in the weekends. Powered by a grunty 3.0 litre turbo diesel and is auto. The interior is in tidy condition. It also has ABS brakes, airbags, climate airconditioning, electric windows and mirrors, factory alloys and running boards, towbar and a nudge bar.

HoLden CRuze Cd dieSeL 2009 Are you one of those commuters that has a long daily drive and your weekly fuel account is killing your budget? Well I suggest you look at this. It’s powered by a fuel effecient 2.0 litre diesel motor and is automatic. It has a fuel rating of 6.8 litres per 100km which will make your trips to the gas station a lot less frequent. The interior is in very tidy condition. It’s NZ new and had 1 owner. It also has ABS brakes, cruise control, remote locking, CD, climate air conditioning, 6 airbags and electric windows and mirrors.












$9,980 toyota HiLuX SuRF SSR-X 1993 It’s not often that we get a Surf these days in such good condition and still with lowish kms. This one is powered by Toyotas ever popular 3.0 litre turbo diesel motor and is automatic. The interior is in very tidy condition. It also has CD, air conditioning, factory running boards and alloys, sunroof, chrome bullbar and a towbar.

Hyundai i30 WaGon 2009 This wagon has a surprising amount of interior space and 10 airbags. So if you don’t want a large station wagon but still want heaps of space for luggage and the family, then this is for you. It’s NZ new and had 1 owner. It’s powered by a 1600cc chain driven motor and is automatic. The interior is in very tidy condition. It also has ABS brakes, ESP, CD, climate air conditioning, multi airbags, electric windows and mirrors, remote locking, factory alloys and a roofrack.

$14,980 SuBaRu outBaCk H6 WaGon 2006 For those of you who like to get into the outdoors or not wanting to get stuck on the boat ramp, these are an awesome choice. Powered by a 3.0 litre 6 cylinder chain driven motor with AWD and automatic with tiptronic option. The interior is in immaculate condition. It also has ABS brakes, airbags, electric windows and mirrors, remote locking, climate air conditioning, CD, 17 inch factory alloys, tinted glass and a reversing camera.


$12,980 FoRd XR6 Ba ModeL 2003 If you are wanting a sporty car and still have to accomodate your families motoring needs, then this is for you. It’s powered by Fords grunty 4.0 litre 6 cylinder motor and is auto with tiptronic option. The interior is in very tidy condition and has a huge boot space. It also has ABS brakes, airbags, cruise control, CD, air conditioning, electric windows and mirrors, remote locking, factory alloys, spoiler and body kit.



toyota pRado 8 SeateR 1997 Is the family expanding and now you need an 8 seater? Well this could solve ALL of your needs. It’s the TZ model which is the higher spec of the Toyota Prado diesel models. It’s powered by a grunty 3.0 litre turbo diesel and is automatic. The cambelt has been replaced. This has enough grunt to tow the boat, caravan or your horsefloat. It also has airbags, electric windows and mirrors, climate air conditioning, alloys, roofrack, nudgebar and a towbar. The interior is in tidy condition and has seating for 8 people


$19,980 Mazda Bounty SdX d/CaB 2004 If you are in the market for a well specked 4WD with lowish kms then this could be it. It’s NZ new and had 2 owners. It’s the SDX 4WD Double Cab which was the top spec model in 2004. It’s powered by a 2.5 litre turbo diesel and is 5 speed manual. The interior is in tidy condition. It also has ABS brakes, CD, air conditioning, airbags, electric windows and mirrors, remote locking, running boards, factory alloys and a towbar.

$18,980 FoRd CouRieR XLX 4Wd 2003 If you are into a bit of hunting, 4wding or need a good ute for towing, then this is for you. Its NZ new. Powered by a grunty 2.5 litre turbo diesel and is 5 speed manual. The interior is in tidy condition apart from one small mark on the back seat as per the photos. It also has ABS brakes, airconditioning, CD, airbags, factory alloys,remote locking, electric windows and mirrors, tufdeck and a towbar.

$12,980 toyota HiaCe dieSeL Van 2001 Are you sick of working for the man and looking for a first tradesmens van to go out on your own? Well this could be for you. Powered by a 3.0 diesel and is automatic. Roof rack and tow bar, ready to go to work.


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WEDNESDAY 25 September 2013


Richmond Mall celebrates forty years of shopping Forty years ago Richmond Mall was It wasn’t all plain sailing though. preparing to open its doors for the Russell says there was some oppofirst time and in the process open sition to the mall opening, mainly up a whole new way of shopping for from local businesspeople who locals. weren’t in the mall, fearing it would There was the carefully chosen kill off retail on the main street. music to “calm the strained nerves “But all it did was bring more peoof modern living”, a “fascinating” ple into Richmond. Then, once we water feature, a plastic got people onside and bucket for 39 cents or they realised we weren’t a block of cheese for 32 taking their customers cents. But while some we stirred the pot again things change, others by pushing for Saturday don’t. The first manshopping. That started ager of Richmond Mall, the whole ‘anti mall’ Russell Watson, says again.” the main attractions in As well its growing 1973 were plenty of free reputation as a premier car parking and a conshopping centre, Richdensed shopping space mond Mall also brought so people could “park Mall manager Rus- in plenty of entertainyour car once and go”. sell Watson in 1973. ment, including Billy Richmond Mall will T James, market days, celebrate its 40th birthday on Oc- magicians and clowns, computer tober 2 and Russell says the success game competitions, Prince Tui of the mall was discovered in those Teka and Suzanne Prentice. That first few years and it’s only gotten continues to this day with the mall stronger. “The idea is hosting its successful the same, free parking, model search competiplenty of good shops, tion, school holiday acbut now it’s just a lot tivities, Married in the bigger and slicker.” Mall and the current The mall started with 24 Richmond Mall cook businesses in it, ranging book competition. from Farmers and New Current manager, BeWorld to Puff ‘n Sweet linda de Clercq, says tobacconist and sweet the mall is strong today shop and John’s Place than it has ever been kitchenware. There was and she is looking foralso a butcher, men’s ward to taking part in Russell Watson. and women’s cloththe celebrations. ing stores, a chemist, a restaurant, To celebrate the 40th anniversary, a hairdresser, an appliance store, a Russell has organised an anniverbook shop, a garden centre and a sary party with the original tenants gift shop. and early business owners. The anRussell says opening day was excit- niversary will start with a cocktail ing and there was a buzz around party in the mall on Saturday, Octhe community. It was opened by tober 5, before going to dinner at Richmond mayor Muir McGlash- Three Rooms in Richmond. en. “There was a lot of local interest Russell says he’s looking forward to in it. We still had a couple of empty the night. “This is an opportunity to shops but we got there. I guess you renew old friendships and business could say we were a bit ahead of our relationships plus see how the mall time as far as the size of Richmond has progressed and developed from is concerned.” what we started all those years ago.”

Ex Paula’s Preschool students Shaya Helem, Morgan Eggers, Hope Palmer-Donaldson, and Courtney Hawke congratulating their former teacher Vicky Hamilton. The preschool is celebrating after turning 10 years old this year and Vicky, as the original teacher since the school’s inception, was recognised for her part in the Paula’s Preschool family. Photo: Sinead Ogilvie.



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Delayed flight robs Titans of final shot The Tasman Titans have missed out on a spot in the South Island InterDistricts rugby league finals after their opposition didn’t show up and the competition’s governing body labelled the match a draw. The Southland Rams had their flight from Invercargill cancelled on Friday night, and the decision was agreed by both parties to accept a default. With Southland sitting second on six competition points, and Tasman third, needing a win and to make up a 36 point differential to sneak ahead, Titans coach Phil Bergman was under the assumption the default would leap frog his side ahead of the southerners if they were given a default 30-0 win. But instead, a 30-30 draw was decided, robbing his side of a chance to win back the title they won against Southland last year. “It’s bitterly disappointing,” Phil says. “The unfortunate thing about this whole fiasco is that a team can default and somehow reach the final ahead of us.” When questioned whether he was

Hoani Takao of the Tasman Titans during their first South Island Inter-Districts game. Photo: Phillip Rollo. annoyed at the situation, Phil’s frustrations were aimed at the rule book rather than the opposition. “It’s in the rules and they get interpreted by a board. In a case a few weeks earlier the West Coast defaulted to them [Southland] and they received the two points and a 30 point differential. Had that been applied in this case, which I can’t see a reason why it wasn’t, we would also have been awarded the

two points, the 30 point differential and we’d be in the final against Canterbury Development.” The ruling now sees Tasman end the competition in fourth place behind the Otago Whalers, a position Phil says doesn’t reflect the 2013 season. “We just needed that last game. We just wanted a go. It all feels very empty and I’m disappointed that we just didn’t get a crack.”

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Dressing up for your next party? Do it with Tas- uniforms or classic, there is a costume to suit any man’s newest costume hire and gift shop, the party or person at the Dress Up Box. Dress Up Box. The classic Hollywood themed dressing room Owner Kris Cavit opened the doors to her ex- makes trying on your costume a fun experience. citing new venture in April Kris has an eye for coordinatand things are well and truly ing costumes and she’s having a taking off. Walking in to the lot of fun dressing people who Dress Up Box, it’s easy to see wouldn’t normally go all out for that it lives up to its name, a dress up party. “Some people with colourful, crazy coscome in not having a clue what tumes, bursting from every kind of look they want to go for, corner. From bright, scary, but they leave with a great cosbold and creative, you’ll find tume from head to toe. There everything imaginable, all truly is something for everyone.” under one roof. As Halloween draws near, Kris Kris has dreamt of opening Kris Cavit, owner Dress Up Box. says the public should visit the her own costume shop and the timing is finally Dress Up Box to find the perfect scary costume. perfect for her to go for it. Her background in “Come on in and be prepared for a few surprises, Youth Theatre means she is passionate about because the whole store will be decorated in a helping her customers get into character and can spooky theme. Kris also has a great range of gifts help you get dressed up from head to toe. on offer, for him or her, with a range of locally “It’s been amazing bringing the costumes to- made products in store. From Global Soaps, gether for the store, and it is an ever growing Soya Candles, or handmade cushions, the colleccollection. It’s exciting to offer such a variety of tion is growing all the time making the Dress Up costumes right in the middle of Richmond.” Box the perfect place to shop for that perfect gift. Kris has searched high and low for the best lo- Call into the Dress Up Box and get dressed up cally made and imported costumes and now for your next party. Group discounts available. has more than 600 costumes and accessories Open Tuesday through Saturday, till late on to choose from. Each theme is separated into Thursday night, visit the Dress Up Box at 174 rooms for convenient browsing, with a dedicated Queen St, or online at for Medieval, Disco and Retro, Character es/Dress-up-Box/615439341818455 and many more. From kids costumes, to onesies, Business Update. Adv.


WEDNESDAY 25 September 2013


Tasman lead cup competition Phillip Rollo

Forget last week’s embarrassment in Albany, the Tasman Makos are Reporter back where they belong – at the top of the ITM Cup Championship down the right flank before chiptable. Perched on 18 points, Tasman have ping ahead for number eight Liam shifted three points clear of old Squire to pounce on, right before foes Hawke’s Bay after edging them crashing into the sponsors signs 18-9 in a tough tussle at Trafalgar and a cameraman’s monopod. Substitute Billy Guyton kicked the Park on a blustery Sunday. Battling into a first half breeze, conversion, while Tom Marshall Tasman were unable to kick for was successful with one penalty attempt in the second territory and strughalf. gled when kicking Quentin MacDonald, penalties. The tactic playing in his 50th of keeping the ball in game, and against their hands eventually younger brother Jespaid off when captain se, was a standout on Shane Christie crossed Sunday. In fact most over from the back of of the Tasman playa bulldozing maul, as ers with Super Rugthe side trailed 6-5 at by experience have half time. shown their class and Even with a star-studdon’t be surprised to ded backline featursee more Makos gain ing gun fly half Ihaia higher honours when West and bad boy Mike Coman. those squads are finalwinger Zac Guildford, the Magpies struggled to ised before the end of the year. breach the Makos strong defen- Speaking after Sunday’s game, sive line. Hawke’s Bay, captained Shane was certainly happy to be by former Waimea College student back at the top of the table and Mike Coman, would only score says Tasman’s success stems from its points from Ihaia’s boot, while the hard work put in during the Tasman was prepared to throw the week. “We’ve just got a good culball around and charge for the try ture and we want to put in the extra yards for each other,” he says, line. The home team’s attacking flair sheltered in the tunnel away from was evident in their second try the wind. with lock Joe Wheeler galloping Even though Tasman scored more

points in the second 40 minutes, Shane admits the side failed to capitalise on the wind advantage. “We had the wind and we just didn’t use it. There were silly penalties and that let them in a wee bit. But we’ll learn from that and move on to the next game.” And that next game is just around the corner, with Tasman flying up to Whangarei to face Northland on Thursday night. Northland is currently bottom of the Championship with a meagre eight points. A win in that fixture could see Tasman move closer to a home playoff.

Shane Christie scored the Tasman Makos first try against Hawke’s Bay on Sunday. Photo: Phillip Rollo.


Top of your list for council Authorised by John Cumpstone 84 Ranzau Rd, West, Richmond


Max Clark for Mayor NO LEE VALLEY DAM

RATE PAYERS will subsidise water costs of dairy farmers, orchardists and others if the Lee Valley Dam is built. RATE PAYERS are deliberately being kept in the dark as to costs and funding by this council. RATE PAYERS are paying $1 in every $5 of their rates to service debt. This must stop. Only priority projects should be considered. RATE PAYERS need forthright leadership and business sense for the Council’s income of over $100 million per year. RATE PAYERS want a change in Council culture and overspending. The proposed Lee Valley Dam’s only capacity is to financially drain our district, with further increased debt likely to be $60 million and increased RATES TO ALL RATE PAYERS in the Tasman District.


The site of the proposed dam is in an area of high earthquake risk, close to the Flaxmore - Waimea - Heslington fault and the Alpine fault. The wellbeing and safety of the people of Brightwater should not be compromised by building a dam with holds 13 million cubic metres of water in a known earthquake prone area. RATE PAYERS don’t want toxic drinking water from more intensive farming and increased irrigation and leaching with nitrates, phosphates and faecal bacteria in the river.

THERE IS NO WATER SHORTAGE - IT’S ABOUT RIVER MANAGEMENT I PROPOSE a more user-friendly, cost effective and safer alternative: (a) A series of WEIRS on the river between Lee Valley and Appleby Bridge that would provide storage of water and provide a constant feed of water to recharge the aquifers, as was successfully done on the Wai-iti River by the Council and a popular water management method in Australia. Join me on (c) Household rainwater storage tanks and water re-use systems.

The people of Tasman must be listened to – I am prepared to listen

TRUST MAX FOR MAYOR Authorised by Maxwell Clark – 410 Lower Queen Street, Richmond. Phone: 03 544 1484. Mobile: 0274 577 575

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New grades highlight touch rugby season

Touch referee Wayne Bateman is gearing up for the summer touch rugby season which begins on October 23. Photo: Phillip Rollo.

The Richmond touch module will include two new grades this year with a Men’s Over 35 and Business House Social Mixed added to the competition. Touch begins on Wednesday October 23 with four senior grades, Men’s Open, Men’s Over 35, Social Mixed Open and Business House Social Mixed, and a popular junior grade for school kids. Registration for the senior teams is still accepted and entries can be taken to the Waimea Old Boys clubrooms on Tuesday October 1 from 6-7pm. Teams must have at least six players but no more than 14.


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The entry fee is $350 per team. Module coordinator Aleisha Hart says the reason behind the new competition was to add some variety to the senior grades, and she was hoping businesses would jump in behind the new mixed grade. “A lot of the older guys thought some of the college kids were running loops around them,” she says. “But it also separates the grades we’ve got and makes it more social for some. Hopefully we can get some more people who would be keen to have a work team entered.”

2013 ELECTIONS 20 September to 12 October I live in Wakefield but have lived in both rural and urban settings throughout my life. The Top of the South has been home for me for over 14 years and I love this region. I owned and managed Wakefield Pharmacy for 13 years and have a special fondness for the Wakefield and Brightwater communities along with all the rural communities to Murchison and beyond. I now have the time to give back to the community by standing for the DHB. I am passionate about healthcare and have broad experience as a health professional and in health governance. This includes the boards of Nelson Bays Primary Health and the Pharmacy Council of NZ, membership on the NMDHB Hospital Advisory Committee for nearly ten years and senior management positions at Middlemore Hospital where I also sat on the clinical board. We deserve to have our health care provided efficiently and effectively getting the best value from every health dollar. I want to help ensure community healthcare isn’t stifled by the DHB deficit so we can invest in local health initiatives to prevent illness and stay well. I have the time and passion to help get better value from our DHB. I bring a vast amount of experience from senior international roles in BP, TelstraClear and my own consultancy. I have managed budgets in excess of 250 million dollars and have formal internationally recognised qualifications in Management, Project Management and Governance. My family and I have lived in this region for 9 years. I’m a keen cyclist and past president of Tasman Wheelers cycling club. I believe that we need to encourage a fully integrated approach with all stakeholders to promote healthy lifestyle choices that will benefit us all long term. I stand for: • Promoting schemes that enable people to improve their own health and wellbeing • Making good quality, well considered decisions based on accurate information and unbiased advice • Ensuring the ‘health dollar’ is spent wisely and benefits all groups in the community • Ensuring Quality and Safety in the Health Care System • The workforce needs the best possible support to enable it to meet the demands of addressing the ever higher health standard expectations of our community Vote for me and I will bring a strong blend of community involvement, commercial and governance experience to contribute to the success of the NMDHB.

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Brigid Forrest - Marlborough • 25 years of medical service to the “top of the South” - General Practice (GP) - Community Geriatrician working with the elderly • Experience in governance on school, community and advisory Boards • Running a successful local family business • Strong Community focus

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Brigid Forrest wants the best healthcare possible for you and your family. A vote for her will mean continued medical perspective on the NMDH and progress towards equitable health services for everyone in the top of the south. As a qualified medical practitioner who has spent 24 years working in Marlborough – initially as a GP where she specialised in obstetrics delivering several hundred local babies, in the last 12 years Brigid has worked as a GP locum and community geriatrician for the NMDHB. Brigid believes that Marlborough people have lost a lot of services over the last 10 years and access to services ‘over the hill’ for many of the population is difficult and expensive – as it is for similar populations in Golden Bay and Murchison. She believes there needs to be an equal distribution of health services and a more open discussion about where the health budget is best spent. With governance experience on school and community boards, being passionately involved in community projects such as Bike Walk Marlborough – integrating safe walking and cycling in both urban and rural areas within Marlborough - Brigid is well placed to advocate on the community’s behalf.



WEDNESDAY 25 September 2013


Nelson praised as football host

Nelson Bays Football has had a ringing endorsement after the Lotto Premier Girls New Zealand Secondary Schools Football Championship. Nelson hosted the tournament at Saxton Field earlier this month and it was done so well that executive committee member of New Zealand Secondary School Football Association, Grant Jarvis, felt compelled to say so. In a letter he praised the facilities at Saxton Field and the management and says he wouldn’t hesitate to recommend it come back to the top of the south. “In summary we congratulate you for a truly splendid week. Our commitment to return at least each third year, if invited, was firmly endorsed at the AGM. Nelson Bays Football is held in very high esteem by our member schools,” he wrote. Waimea College finished tenth at the event.


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If you’re wondering what the fish Don’t forget your checks on rods, are doing at present, no one really reels, nets, knives, gaffs, tackle and knows because they haven’t been your trusty old scallop dredge. able to get out. What we can tell Check all the guides on the rods are you is that fishing up at Stephens intact and that any ceramic guides for kingies has slowed down con- haven’t cracked. Check the nylon siderably. There are some big gur- on your reel. If it’s more than a few nard around Delaware Bay and seasons old replace it and if its near Authorised by Richard Kempthorne, 11 Hillplough Heights, Richmond a few schools of kahawai have new pull off a good 10-15m as this been seen in the harbour. Snapper is often stretched and nicked. Make should turn up in a few weeks time sure the drags and free spool are Like us on if they follow last year’s pattern. all ok and spray with CRC tackle Other than that we haven’t heard guard. Restock the tackle box as of too many fish being caught in necessary and sharpen your knives recent weeks. as required. Once this latest bout of bad weath- Now that you’ve completed all your er passes and the sea settles down checks, you can hit the water with it will be time to get out and do a confidence that your boat is comfew reconnaissance missions to see pletely ready to go and all that you if there are any snapper about out need to do now is join the club to Our locals pick their winners deep. Reports of a few smaller fish coming in over Kaiteri Counties Hawke’s Bay Bay of Plenty Manukau Northland CanterburyWaikato Hawke’s Bay way have come in, so (RS) Auckland Otago Canterbury vs vs OtagoSouthland ManawatuWaikato Auckland Round 1 Round 7 vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs North Counties that should be good Harbour BayManukau of Plenty Wellington Tasman TaranakiWellington Manawatu Manawatu SouthlandTasman Taranaki Northland CanterburyNorthHarbour reason to start preparing the boat for an 0/0 Ben 35/46 GlenComan James outing. Glen James jewellers So this week would Design Create Indulge be a timely opportuVern Mardon Phillip Rollo 35/460/0 nity to check the boat Phillip Rollo Whisky tasting event CITY ND CENTREP AT LIQUORLA Thursday 8 November, 7pm OINT AND SOUTH Reporter over before that first Life & Disability Insurance Specialists Try 7 different single journey to the boat Ben Brownie malt whiskiesMark Sheehan 33/460/0 Presented ramp. Every year 29 by Michael Bayly32 29 20 22 from Hancocks someone gets caught Pete Connolly with a 20lb plus mega red caught 40 per person 20 off first purchase out on that first trip at Durville. 0/0 Kempthorne Gavin Snowball 33/46 Limited numbers, bookRichard early for this one. 10 8 with a problem or Mayor for Tasman 27 32 21 mishap that could have been easily find out where the fish are. We put Liquorland Nelson prevented by some basic checks at out reports to our members via Mark Milne 33/460/0 Ben Nalder home. If you haven’t had the motor email of where the fish are biting, serviced yet, then now is the time which gear and tackle is working to book it in with your local dealer and what bait is the flavor of the Dawn Rameka 33/460/0 Ed Tinomana for peace of mind boating. If you week. Call now and be first on the own a boat you will always have scene rather than finding out the yearly preventative maintenance to fish have moved and you missed ChrisRackley Shand 33/460/0 Jeff do, and even though it is not always out because you weren’t a member. cheap, it is a foolish to put off and Check out our website for details Haven Realty will cost you more in the long run on becoming a member or email JanetMcNeill Bennett 32/460/0 Brad Johnston Associates South if overlooked. Chartered Accountants

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99 each




FREE Long Beach Cola 4 Pack Cans*



Jacob’s Creek Sparkling Range

Jacob’s Creek Range




99 each

$ 99 each

(Excludes Regional Reserves & Sparkling)

Heineken 15 Pack Bottles

Speight’s Gold Medal 24 Pack Bottles

Cody’s Bourbon & Cola 5% 15 Pack Cans













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31 Vanguard St. T. 548 3052

Liquorland Centrepoint cnr Dee & Thames Sts. T. 03 211 3650

Mon-Tues 9am – 7pm, Wed 9am - 8pm, Thurs 9am - 9pm, Fri-Sat 9am – 10pm, Sun 10am – 7pm

Liquorland South City cnr Elles Rd & Tweed Sts. T. 03 218 9729 Mon-Thurs 10am – 8pm, Fri-Sat 9am – 10pm, Sun 10am – 7pm

*While stocks last. Available at Liquorland Centrepoint and South City only. In store retail sales only. Prices and offers are valid until 6 November 2011, while stocks last. 1 Fly Buys standard point collected for every $20 spent, excludes purchases of Gift Cards and Tobacco.


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Johnston Associates South Chartered Accountants

range of 2nd hand ATV stock in store now

Mark Cessford Shane Drummond32/460/0

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Glenn Fleming 32/460/0 Ben Douglas

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Johnston Associates South Chartered Accountants

Johnston Associates South Chartered Accountants

Dick Baker Gareth Caldwell 32/460/0 Kevin Cross Bruce Fraser


Dave JasonCollier Stack 31/460/0  

Belinda de Clercq 29/46 0/0 Aldo Miccio



25 Elms St, Stoke, Nelson Ph 544 8703

Alan Saville Shane Christie 29/460/0

Motorbikes - Outboards - Power Equipment

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36 WEDNESDAY 25 September 2013 Births


Classifieds DEADLINE -

Ph 544 9037

5pm Monday

PUBLIC NOTICES Perriam, Wells Craig and Jess would like to announce the much anticipated arrival of Keagen Paul Thomas on the 10-09-2013. Little brother for Reilly We would like to thank Lynda Smith for her amazing support.

Paul Conning

deaths Your announcement here for free.

supporting a very good local cause - putting shoes on our young

for the 26th of September. love from your family and friends.

ary prim shoes in schools

3D HanD & Feet Castings

engagement Your announcement here for free.


if you would like a casting done please call 0275 466 338 or 03 755 7322

r Sale Nelson Franchise Fo

Announcements It’s FREE!



Computer Problems?

For the best service in town call or visit

548 0007

16 Halifax Street We do call outs and remote support too

Call a Geek

ce is after 547.

– since 2005 I had available






Neighbourhood Support Waimea Inc.

iPhone - iPad Screen Repairs

lAST fRIDAY OF EVERY MONTH GREAT GIFT IDEAS EXTRA MARKETS BEFORE XMAS 27 September 11 & 25 October 8 & 29 November 6, 13 & 20 December

Enquiries contact joan 544 6701

TICKETS $10 Help us by donating auction items or buying a ticket!! Contact: Anne Marie Teece 027 544 8255, Nancy Cowling 027 496 4720, Carol Shirley 027 667 2837 or call in at the Waimea Weekly 6 Salisbury Rd Richmond.


7pm, Tues 8 October, Richmond Police Station Agenda: Reports, Audited Annual Accounts, Election of Officers, General Business


Computer problems?

Call us now on

539 4428

Applications for Coaches/Managers for the 2014 Rugby Season for Senior A, B, Women’s and thirds to be sent by 11 October 2013 to;


The Secretary, WOBRFC, P O Box 3191, Richmond


Murchison Market

Passing through Murchison? Murchison Stables Market Labour Monday October 28 9-2. Every other Sunday through the remaining season. Regional Art, produce, craft jewellery, preserves and more. Stall holders contact Monika to book 03 523 9895. Stop in to see us!

ABLAZE 7pm Thursdays You are welcome Richmond Church of Christ Hall Cnr Croucher St and Darcy St Ph 022 094 6692

FOR SALE Adorable handcrafted memory bears made especially to suit your requirements using your treasured items of clothing or blankets. A truly special keepsake Visit my bears on Facebook and Or email me to view photos.

Ph Marianne 539 1145 or 021 0266 7677

Nelson Motorcycle Club Incorporated notice of Special General Meeting

This meeting has been called to gauge member opinion of what is acceptable activity for a club member within our sport. We have a number of current members and suspended members hosting motorcycle events in our region. We also have members providing commercial training and receiving revenue by providing riding facilities. We would like to know how our members feel about these issues. Do they interfere with club activity? Come along and have your say. All welcome.


Taking orders for Christmas now.

Duane Whiting President

2 October 2013, 7pm

Certified Mac Technician Ph: 0275481618

Thursday Night Church

We can fix all your IT problems either on site or remotely. Business or Home users.

Waimea Old Boys RFC

Apple Computer Repairs


CSI: discreetly take your cabin to L.R.C. Search for note there.


Club Waimea, Lower Queen Street, Richmond



Henley School publication of

“Seasons of Nelson” Recipe Book launch Friday 01 Nov 2013 7.00pm to 9.00pm Venue - Henley School Hall There will be nibbles, wine, cooking demonstrations, raffles, competitions and entertainment. A great night out for all so book your baby sitter now! Tickets: $30 a single includes recipe book, nibbles and a glass of wine. $40 a double includes recipe book, nibbles and 2 glasses of wine. Tickets on sale from 23 Sept at Henley School reception & Richmond Mall. Only 300 tickets so get in fast!


Wanted to rent

3bdrm+ house, Richmond, fully fenced, heat pump, pref modern with study or 4th bdrm & backyard for careful & reliable small family. Long term. Ph 027 526 6220

Notice to all Advertisers

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


Missing since Tuesday 19 Aug from Surrey Rd area. Ph: 544 9801 or 544 1381 or 021 050 4068

Community Events

WEDNESDAY 25 September 2013

Community Events


Keeping you in touch

Tasman Blue Beats Leisure Marchers are hosting an afternoon of marching on Sun 6 Oct at Henley School. 2pm- 3pm. Come & support local teams & our special quests The Golden Girls Masters Team from Newcastle Sydney. Further details contact Julie 5446430 or Sue 5447142 Nelson Quilters Guild presenting a Festival of Quilts at Broadgreen Intermediate Hall. Sat 5 Oct & Sun 6 Oct from 10 am to 4 pm - & Mon 7 Oct from 10 am - 3 pm. Admission $5. National daffodil show & the Brightwater horticultural Societys Spring Show. Hope Hall this Sat 28 Sept1.30pm-4.30pm & Sun 29th 9.30am4.30pm plant & produce tables morning & afternoon teas, Adults $4 & children free ph 5423414 or 5423737 Pilates Bookings for Term 4 are now available, Richmond Mon 12.30 or Wed 9.15. New evening class in Stoke 6.15pm - relieve back pain & tone up for summer. Ph Sue Alsop 5380318 or 0210344109 Come and help relocate the Nelson Peace Grove. Near path on northern boundary of Miyazu Japanese Gardens (sculpture area). All welcome. Wear suitable footwear. Sat 28 Sept 3pm – 5pm ph: Richard Frizzell 0210775928 Train Rides in the Dark Nelson Modellers. Night Run this Sat 28 Sept. 6pm at their track at Tahuna Pond. Weather permitting. Ph Brenda 5445872 Hope/Ranzau W.I. next meeting is on Wed 2. Oct, 1.30pm at Age Concern Hall, 62 Oxford St. Richmond. Craft afternoon. Ph Brenda 5445872 Recipe book launch Henley School publication of “Seasons of Nelson” Fri 1 Nov, 7-9pm. Venue - Henley School Hall. Cooking demos, raffles, competitions & entertainment. A great night out! Tickets: $30 single/$40 double incl recipe book, food & wine tasting, nibbles & glass of wine. Tickets on sale 23 Sept at Henley School Richmond Mall. Only 300 tickets so get in fast!

Neighbourhood Support Waimea Inc AGM 7pm, Tues 8 Oct, Richmond Police Station Agenda: Reports, Audited Annual Accounts, Election of Officers, General Business. Special General Meeting-Richmond Bowling Club. Sun 6 Oct 1.30mm at Richmond Bowling Club, this meeting is to adopt the balance sheet. Richmond Playcentre invites families with children from birth to 6 years old. A fun & relaxed atmosphere.Come & enjoy 3 free visits at 46 Waverly Street. Mon, Wed & Fri 9.30-12pm or Ph 5446316 Plunket Baby Bonanza Sat Oct 19 9am – 12pm at the Hope Hall, Richmond $2 entry Table bookings now open, $20 large, $10 small & $5 space Call Lisa 5424496 or Free Beginners Tango Class 6pm Mon 14 Oct at Old St John’s, 320 Hardy St. Come & get a taster of the exciting Argentine Tango. Call Anne-Maree 0272380568, National Daffodil Show and Brightwater Horticultural Societys Spring Show, Hope Hall Sat 28 Sept 1.30pm-4.30pm & Sun 29 9.30am-4.30pm. Plants, produce, glassware etc. Morning & afternoon teas. Adults $4 Children free. Enquiries ph 5423414 or 5423737. Step Outside Exhibition Photographic Artworks by Emma Louise Barley. Richmond Library during Sept. 20% of all sales donated to The Brook Waimarama Sanctuary. Ph: 5438500 for info Nelson Truck Show 19 Oct 11am–4pm Stoke School Grounds Main Road Stoke Trucks, Concrete Mixers, Tow Truck, Swing lifter + more Raffles Food Drinks for sale gold coin entry Plunket Baby Bonanza Sat Oct 19 9am–12pm at the Hope Hall, Richm Table bookings now open, $20 large, $10 small & $5 space Call Lisa for more info on 5424496 or Recipe Exchange Be part of Richmond Library’s Sept Food Promotion. Bring in a favourite recipe

more info Ph: Peggy 5390477, or Linda 5447823. Mum4Mum Breastfeeding support meets the last Tues of every month 2.30-4pm at Tahuna Community Centre, 61 Muritai St, All welcome Ph Tara 0212772098 or Mindful Living practice mindfulness according to the Buddhist teachings of Thich Nhat Hanh. You are welcome to join our weekly meeting. Phone Barbara or Tim, ph 5450622, for details 9 Hole Ladies Golf Have you thought of taking up or resuming golf? Greenacres golf Club has a very enthusiastic & friendly 9 hole ladies group who play each Thurs 9.30am. Ph: Sue Thwaites 5446813, Judy Waugh 5476580. Richmond Playcentre invites families with children birth to 6 yrs. A fun & relaxed atmosphere. Come & enjoy 3 free visits 46 Waverly St. Mon, Tue, Wed & Fri 9.30 -12pm or Ph. 5446316 Free Advanced Business Programme Want to grow your business? Get help from a one-on-one mentor? Pip 5476138 or visit Community Life Centre Stoke, Life Centre connecting community by offering activities includ: different styles of yoga, meditation, massage, workshops, film & discussion. We also have therapy, workshop & presentation rooms available for hire. or Brian P: 5478468. Angie’s AquaFitness Exhilarating & Motivating Aqua Class. Superb way to get back into activity in warm water pool. All abilities shapes & sizes welcome. Tues 10.45-11.45am, Thurs 6-7pm, $7, Ngawhatu Pool , Stoke Angie 5470198 Nelson Spiritualist Church Sun Evening Service is at 7pm. All welcome, Stay for a cuppa & a chat Get Money Smart Free part time evening programme. Want to shrink your debt and grow your savings? Learn smarter ways to make your money work for you. Call Courtney today on 5476138, txt 0224842501 or visit

any time during Sept & exchange if for another. Ph 5438500 for more info Parish Fair Sat 12 Oct Wesley Centre 4 Wensley Rd, Richmond (opp TDC.) 8.30am – 12pm All the usual stalls. Enquiries Ph 5448394. Cathedral Christmas Tree Festival 2-22 Dec. Is your organisation interested in entering a tree this year? call 5481008 or REGULAR EVENTS Antique Bottle & Collectables Club meet first Tues every month Surburban Club, Tahuna Dr at 7.30pm. Informal & informative. Bring your treasures. Judy 5452181 Ladies Who Sing with a low voice, we have a place for you in our 45 member barbershop choir. Nelson Bays Harmony rehearses Thurs evenings in Richmond. Carpools from Atawhai, Motueka, etc. For details phone Jenny 5474354, 0275444121 or check us here: Richmond Senior Citizens 62 Oxford St Richmond. Quizzes, Housie, Indoor Bowls, Crafts, Lunches, Rummikub, Exercises & Much more Ph. Elaine Mead 5445654 Mon-Fri 10am-1pm. Badminton Coaching, Saxton Stadium 142 Saxton Rd East, Nelson. Every Wed. Juniors 4pm5pm ($4). Adults 5pm-6pm ($6). All welcome. Mum4Mum Breastfeeding support meets the last Tues of every month 2.30pm-4pm at the Tahuna Community Centre, 61 Muritai St, Tahuna. All welcome Ph Tara 0212772098 or mum4mum@ Te Manawa Women’s World Music Choir Thursday’s 7.15pm sharp, Nelson Reform Church, Enner Glynn. New members welcome. For more info Ph Vicki 5448242 or Katie 5482860 Learn to Speak with Confidence Let us motivate & encourage you to step outside your comfort zone & gain the skills you need. Join Powertalk International - Waimea Club- meets in Annesbrook twice monthly in a friendly environment. For

DEADLINE: MIDDAY MONDAY - 50 WORDS OR LESS BY EMAIL ONLY - PLEASE SEND TO: Coming soon notices are free to community groups, schools, churches, gold coin donation events and fundraising. Notices for businesses and organisations who charge for courses or events cost $10+gst













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Puzzle 1763

28 A pasta dish (7) Down 1 Advance publicity (5-2) Down 2 Ship’s master (7) publicity (5-2) 1 Advance 3 Say again and again (9)(7) 2 Ship’s master 4 King with goldagain touchand (5) again (9) 3 Say 5 To arrest (9) with gold touch (5) 4 King 6 Preliminary (5) 5 Tosketch arrest (9) 6 Preliminary sketch (5) 7 Visual (7) 7 Visual (7) 8 Furtiveness (7) 8 Furtiveness 14 Body spin in dancing (7) (9) 15 Unruly14 (9)Body spin in dancing (9) 15 Unruly 16 Withdrawal (7) (9) 16 Withdrawal 17 Applicable to a class (7) (7) 17 Applicable to a class (7) 19 Leave-taking (7) Leave-taking (7) 20 Larva 19 of frog (7) 20 Larva of frog (7) 22 Fruit of oak (5) 22 Fruit of oak (5) 23 Drive out (5) 23 Drive out (5) Answers next weeknext week Answers


Ph 544 1080

Across contd. 21 On a small scale (9) contd. 24 WearyAcross (5) 21 On a small scale (9) 25 New England state (7) 24 Weary (5) 26 Stipulation (7) 25 New England state (7) 27 Abuse of freedom (7) 26 Stipulation (7) 28 A pasta (7) of freedom (7) 27dish Abuse


Puzzle 1764

Sudoku 216

299A Queen Street Richmond

Across Clues 1 Fabric used for linings (7) Across 5 Difficult to accomplish (7) 1 Fabric used for linings (7) 9 Hinted at (7) 5 Difficult to accomplish (7) 10 Foolish talk (7) 9 Hinted at (7) 11 Elizabethan buccaneer (5) 10 Foolish talk (7) 12 Inclined 11 to doubt (9) Elizabethan buccaneer (5) 13 A tropical fruit (9) 12 Inclined to doubt (9) 15 Pilfer (5)13 A tropical fruit (9) 16 Swindler15 (5)Pilfer (5) 18 VIP treatment (3,6) (5) 16 Swindler 18 VIP treatment (3,6)


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38 WEDNESDAY 25 September 2013

Trades & Services






hemming All mechanical alterations repairs repairs

Mobile bookkeeping Accounting Software Training GST - Payroll Xero - MYOB - Acepay Qbooks - Banklink

No job too big or small.

dvanced A utomotive A

03 544 9748



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Blinds Security Curtains Awnings Screens Shutters Penny Rushton

Venluree-Nelson/Tasman Director

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

Ph: 544 1212

NelSoN TailorS MeNSwear

Ph 548 7655



(opp Westpac)

Be seen!

Tom Collins New Buildings Alterations

Advertise here from only

Over 45 years experience



Professional Dog Training

• Behavioural Modification • Veterinary Nursing • Animal Rescue

Gordon C. Hill

Registered NZQA Assessor Professional Dog Training Instructor


Drainage & Construction Tasman LTD • Registered Drainlayers (residential & commercial) • Sewage Treatment (design,supply, install & service) • Blocked Drains • Video Camera & Drain Inspection • Waterblasting • Excavator & Truck Hire to suit job

027 215 6156 Phone 543 8243 GAS STAYS



Grace Hairdresser


Regas or New Struts

Daily 10am-9pm Appointments necessary

0800 427 782

10 Kebal Place Stoke

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

027 8888 010 or 547 1500



• Holiday Homes • Bush Cabins • Renovation

Ph 544 5206




Get help with: Reading Writing Maths Drivers Licence Computing Call 03 548 3041



New Homes l Commercial Rural l Retail l Alterations

Prompt response is our priority



Call Dave, Brent or Tristan today



Your one-stop shop for - WOF Smart Solutions for Smart People - Engine Tuning - SpecialisingYour solar specialists in supply & installation of Solar Systems for: Hot Water Heating Camping and RV - Brakes & Clutch • Hot Water Heating Dairy Farms Domestic and Commercial 12V Grid Tie - Wheel Alignment • Dairy Farms12v Off Grid Clean, green, affordable All mechanical services • 12V Grid Tie/ Off Grid Friendly


edChris Inglis


03 5448059 0275485877

(behind Mobil)

PUMPS NELSON LTD Ph 547 2514 or 027 230 8750 Great Brands, Great Prices

8090 544 8059 Ph: 543 Ph: 543 8090

4 Ernest Pl, Brightwater

Phone 03 544 2266


Ph: 021 482 088 or 542 2328

Kerry & Sharlene Friend 7 Gladstone Road Richmond

0800 448 446 Steve Fletcher

Locally owned Fully qualified electricians Competitive rates Residential ‐ new and old Commerical

0800 827 772

- Effluent Pumps -

Maintenance Blocked Drains Domestic Work New Housing Industrial Properties Leaking Taps & Pipes

Maintenance & Repairs

027 542 4473

542 9844 4473 544

Honest Reliable Master Master Honest Reliable Plumbers and Gasfitters Plumbers and Gasfitters - Dairy Pumps Since 1915 Since 1915

• • • • • •

PV Solar expert

Registered Electricians


Small Small • Leaking taps & pipes - Commercial Pumps Jobs - Household Pumps Jobs • Kitchens & - UV Systems Welcome bathrooms Welcome • Solar • Drainage Kevin Harris Kevin Harris


24hr Service



per week

Domestic & Commercial Wiring

Need a new Pump or a service?

Specialising in small jobs and maintenance plumbing

T & J Collins Holdings Ltd

15 +gst


Improve the performance and the life of your heatpump

027 486 6054

Adult Learning Support

Heatpump Servicing

Women - $20 Men - $10 Children - $10

A/H: 542 3343

For all women’s & men’s alterations come and see the experts

022 648 9929





0275 423 343


155 Trafalgar St



4 Coach Pl, Brightwater

231D Queen Street


Richmond Brake & Clutch 13 McGlashen Ave, Richmond

• Renovations • Kitchens • Bathrooms



0800 836 587 027 424 3372

or 03 544 1212


(walkway beside T&T Children)

Phone Sue Thomas


21 Elms Street, Wakatu Estate, Stoke


Hassle free motoring

Accounts for Non-Accountants!

accessman nelson ltd

Ph 544 3985



Heavy duty canvas trouser/ shorts are built for abuse in the outdoors - Water resistant - Breathable - Windproof - Quick drying -Durable and versatile 12 ounce, (gorse proof) and 8 ounce available

Call: 027 867 1680 Email:

• Camping and RV • Domestic and Commercial • Swimming Pools 1-19 McPherson St Richmond

03 544 8059



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WEDNESDAY 25 September 2013 39

Trades & Services AGRICULTURAL


24HR Call Out


Free AlArm DeAl

BRANDS - SERVICE - FINANCE Parts and Service for ALL makes and ALL models

Ph: 03 545 6171

24HR - PH: 544 5723



Carpet cleaning professionals

o Dynamic Du

Hot water extraction carpet cleaning IICRC internationally qualified

Specialising in

022 689 7076 03 546 4672


We supply new We replace existing We service all

Quick Drying All Year Round All General Cleaning Professional Service

Stephen Oliver proprietor

Phone now on

545 1053

Fully Trained, Security Screened

Quick - Efficient Professional Stu Newport Ph: 027 55 22 883


Manor Property Services Ltd Painting & decorating

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



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

544 7285 No job too small

Ellis St, Brightwater

(Plunket Rooms, next to Petrol Station)

Contact Dean 544 5784

Phone orders welcome

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

We’d love to see you there • Driveways • Floors • Decorative Surfacing • Commercial • Residential 68 Gladstone Road, Richmond

Biblical Christ-Centred Worship Services:

Sunday 10:30 am & 5 pm

Ph (03) 544 9418





Beautiful Gardens


Garden & Property Maintenance

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

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

544 0444

021 255 6163

For all your gardening requirements

Qualified Horticulturalist


Call Andrew or Wendy Neame

0800 677 005

Meeting Sunday 10.30am


Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning

All domestic work



April and Tony Cooke

24/7 phone: 03 548 2831



Carpet, rugs & vinyl Carpet stains Upholstery Mould Pest control

Liz McLean


Ph: Kevin Wells

027 293 5280

Tony Baker

or 541 0496

544 3977





Adam Brumwell

Painter Decorator

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

Qualified Tradesman

26 Years Experience

“I’ll turn up on time”

Locally owned and operated

027 232 1550 AH/Fax: 544 3177

Call Adam

027 671 8417 or 544 9415

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

90 VANGUARD ST NELSON PH: 548 3954 027 548 3954

Work Place First Aid Courses


Ph 544 9180 Corporate Rates Available

27 Dorset St, Richmond Phone 544-8844

Sunday Services 29 September 9.00am Holy Communion 10.30am Praise on the Hill Theme: Leadership and Future Hope All Welcome


19, 20, 27, 28 7, 8, 18, 19, 31 12, 21, 29, 30 5, 12, 13, 14

Holy Trinity Anglican Church

Wednesday 10.00am Holy Communion


Sept: Oct: Nov: Dec:


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

For course dates see

Ph: 544 4062

Mob: 0274 574 775

Richmond Church of Christ

10am Sundays Includes JAM Kids program Cnr Darcy & Croucher Streets Ph 544 5415


11 Florence Street, Richmond Worship Services This Sunday: 9.30am Combined Worship @ Wesley Methodist Church 4 Wensley Road, Richmond Phone 544 8387

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

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


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