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Kai with Love takes on food waste Matt McCrorie Reporter

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Steve Dunne’s lightbulb moment came sitting at the kitchen table, watching a YouTube video with his 10-year-old son. The video was about global food waste and it demonstrated the amount of food produced each

year that ends up in landfill. “It just shocked us to the core,” Steve says. “The amount of food going to waste when there are starving people out there. My son just looked up and me and said, ‘Dad, we should do something about this’.” Steve said that he had a lightbulb moment that there could be an untapped food resource in Nel-

son. He started by making a few calls, to see if there was food going to waste that wasn’t wanted. Within a week, he was distributing tonnes of unwanted food out of the back of his van. He was going to need some help. “I called Abigail, because I just had too much food. Suddenly I’m giving away food out of the back

of my van, and Abigail is giving food away out the back of her van.” A year later, the organisation that Steve Dunne and Abagail Packer started in the back of that van is ‘Kai with Love,’ a Kiwi start-up food charity. In January, the Richmond Community Church organisation offered them the free use of their

centre. Now the organisation has a food share afternoon on a Wednesday when people can collect surplus food once a week. On top of that, they deliver food to homes and now feed over 600 families a week. Kai with Love has grown exponentially, and Steve says it’s

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Bateup Road reopened to traffic Bruno Saia Bateup Road was fully reopened last Friday afternoon and people who live in the area are already been able to feel the changes. “It was irritating”. That’s how Nistazia Paulin felt about the 15 months that Bateup Road stayed partially closed. Her whole family was affected by the roadworks. “It was annoying having to go all the way round as my daughter goes to school on Hill Street, it’s so close but it’s on the other end, so I had to go all around Richmond, through the traffic lights”, she said. They are relieved that the worst is over. “Sometimes I was sitting in traffic for more than 20 minutes and today it was only 5 minutes”. There are not many businesses on Bateup Road, but there is one that strongly felt the

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Nistazia Paulin lives on Bateup Road and had trouble getting her children Noah and Amanii to school. Photo: Bruno Saia.

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Kai with Love takes on food waste FROM PAGE 1 because there’s no shortage of food waste. “You would not believe how much there is, it is breathtaking. A hole would have been dug and that would have gone in the ground. I’m sorry, but that’s not ecologically sensible.” New Zealand homes throw away 157,398 tonnes of edible food per year, enough food to feed the city of Dunedin for nearly three years. That means the average household in New Zealand forks out $644 a year on food that will be thrown out. Wasted food isn’t great for the environment either. Food waste that ends up in landfill decomposes without oxygen, and releases methane as a result. The yearly food waste

from the New Zealand alone produces 409,234 tonnes of carbon emissions. Kai with Love receives food that would have otherwise gone to waste, like frozen fish from Sealord’s, or a whole range of nearly-expired food from Countdown, and redistributes it to families who need it most. “Thank God for some of these organisations in the area that are getting on board.” Steve says that seeing the scale of food that was getting thrown away in the region shook him, especially when, after spending time working in third world countries and with poorer communities in New Zealand, “I knew there was a need.” “Richmond is a funny place, it doesn’t look like there is a lot of need, but unless you’ve

got a different set of eyes it’s hard to see that need. We even have people say, ‘oh, but this is Richmond, everyone is fine here.’ I just didn’t believe that.” Abigail says that with hundreds of families being fed each week, it’s easy to see the need in the community. “It’s amazing. People leave with tears streaming down their faces. It makes such a difference in people’s lives. When bills add up, groceries are usually the things that get cut.” Steve says they don’t “poverty checklist”. “Everyone just needs a little bit of extra help sometimes.” Anyone can go along to the collection events at the centre in Warring Car Park on a Wednesday afternoon, or join the Facebook group.

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Bateup Road reopened FROM PAGE 1 effects of the enclosure. “It was really bad for business and we do expect a lot more costumers now”, says Hugh MacMillan, owner of the Alchemy Arts Café, located on Bateup Road. “During the period it was closed we realised how difficult it is to get to this area of town, especially to access Gladstone Road and Champion Road, especially late in the afternoon”, he says. Now that the roadworks are done, he believes that the whole town will benefit from it. “There will certainly be less traffic in some roads”.

As soon as the road was to follow the growth of the city. opened, he could notice the “What was a semi-rural road difference in the number of became an urban road”, he says. vehicles passing through it. “It was opened “But it will take for traffic on both ways on Friday a while until afternoon and people get used there are still to it again,” says Hugh. some works being done there, The drought, the but the traffic will high fire risk, and keep free on both changes made ways”. later on during the project to acAccording to Richard Kirby Richard, avoiding comodat the new Hart Rise subdivision were droughts is one of the mains the main reasons for the de- reasons for the roadworks at lays, but, according to Richard Bateup Road. “We did a big Kirby, Engineering Manager open drain in front of the for Tasman District Council, properties and also enlarged the roadworks were necessary the road”.

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Overcoming our screen obsession Matt McCrorie Reporter

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An international documentary film is making its way to Waimea College this week. In the film ‘Screenagers’ teens can’t resist their smartphones, and parents don’t know what to do. Sound familiar? It was to Lauren Lesser, a member of the PTA. When seeing the the film several years ago after doing her own research into the issues of too much screen time for kids, Lauren had the idea to host a community screening so that other parents could watch and discuss the film “I wanted to use it to help facilitate a conversation amongst parents as to how to deal with increased screen use among our teens.” Lauren says that many parents in the region feel uncertain about how to handle increasing screen time for their kids. They’re not alone. “It’s different to what we as parents were dealing with when we were kids, and it can be so hard to know if you’re doing the right thing,” Lauren says.

Chair of the PTA Mel Welch and Lauren Driscoll, the organisers behind the screening of the documentary. Photo: Matt McCrorie. The film ‘Screenagers’ being hosted by the PTA, was made by American director and physician Doctor Delaney Ruston, after her own struggles around screen time with her two kids. As a director, Ruston turned the camera on her own family and others—revealing stories of

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messy struggles over social media, video games, academics and internet addiction. Her 14-year-old son wanted to play more video games, and her 12-year-old daughter was spending most of her time on social media. When she began to investigate,

she discovered that there were medical consequences of screen addiction among teens. Decreased attention span, problems developing social skills, and a risk of clinical internet addiction are all problems that excessive screen time can lead to. According to Dr. Delaney, stud-

ies show that anywhere from 5 to 15 per cent of young adults have serious problems with their internet use. Another major study showed that even having phones or devices in the bedroom can affect critical sleep cycles. The film shows perspectives from leading brain scientists who present evidence on the real changes in the brain when kids are on screens. ‘Screenagers’ goes far beyond exposing the risks of screen time, it reveals multiple approaches on how parents and educators can work with kids to help them achieve a healthy amount of screen time, and has been shown in community screenings around the world in an effort to start a conversation. Lauren hopes the film screening, which is being held at Waimea College this week, will help to facilitate a conversation amongst parents. “It’s about being able to have those conversations with each other, finding out how it is for other parents and families.” Tickets for the event, which will take place on Thursday, 1 August 2019 at 7:00pm, can be booked online at https://www.trybook ing.co.nz/BRJ

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Significant You connects farming women in Richmond Bruno Saia Women who work in the rural sector got together this Monday morning with two common goals - to know each other and to learn. It was the “Significant You - Women Only Event” for the Top the South at The Headingly Centre. “It’s important to have the women connecting and knowing each other’s lives and that we are all here to support each other”, says Tarsh Newport, who is a beef farmer and also one of the representatives from Beef and Lamb at the Northern South Island Region. She highlights the importance of her role as a farmer and as a woman. “I want my girls to learn that’s not all about having that land for ourselves, it’s about looking after it for the next generation”. “We respect the land, we respect the animals, so it’s important that people knows that”. According to Anna Boyd, also from Beef and Lamb, the fire and the droughts that happened in the region were the main reason that it was chosen for the event. “We intend to boost the morale of the people in the area”, she says. “It’s a chance to talk to other

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Tarsh Newport is a representative of Beef and Lamb at the Northern South Island Region. women in a similar situation”, says Rose Williams, who has a beef farm in Takaka. For her, being a woman enhances everyday challenges. “When you are in routines life can be a lot easier, but when you plan to do one thing and the kids say they need to be picked up and it’s quite a long drive often, and you have to be there in the morning to get them all sorted,

too”, she says. Lisa Anglesey works in a sheep and beef farm at the Matariki Valley and reinforces the importance of the event for her networking. “When we are out in our farms it can be an isolating experience, so it is nice to come up with other women from your sector and discuss likeminded things with them”. Barbara Stuart, representing the

Top of The South Rural Support Trust, worked on the funding to help put the event on. “That’s a recognition of the fact that the farming women are the ones who keep the family together and support their husbands when they work their way through any difficult circumstance on the farm”. “We want to ensure that women’s wellbeing is recognized”, she says.

Four cyclists were seriously injured in Saturday’s crash in Dovedale, while taking part in a Tasman Wheelers race. Tasman Wheeler’s club president Mike Rutledge says the race was part of a regular Saturday schedule. “The club will be undertaking a full review of what has happened to see if there are any learnings to come from this.” He says special thanks needed to be given to the police and St John for their treatment of the injured cyclists. A police spokesperson says that three cyclists were found to be in a serious condition, and one had moderate injuries. All four were transported to Nelson Hospital by St John Ambulance. One male has been transferred to Capital & Coast DHB in Wellington, while two males and one female are in a stable condition in Nelson. The police are making enquiries into the circumstances of the crash.

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The team at Raeward Fresh Richmond are stoked with their nomination for best local supplier in this year’s Hospitality Awards. Photo: Matt McCrorie.

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Go-karts gather police and teenagers together Bruno Saia Reporter

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The 2019 Prokarts Grand Prix Challenge took place last Saturday at the Tahunanui Beach Fun Park and it was a great success. For the second year in a row, the event gathered police officers and teenagers with disabilities together. The main goal was to establish a better relationship between the two parties. Tom Burson and his support person Paul Nelson were the ones who made a dream become a reality. As Tom’s mother Gil Burson explains “Tom has been born in a speedway family from day one, he has a four-wheel motorbike that he rides well and a go-kart, so we thought: What can we do to give him the closest to his dream?”. “Besides that”, Gil says “when he has a meltdown, we can’t control it because of his disabilities and so the police are called. “It’s always a negative thing, but the police are not negative, so we thought: Why don’t we organise a go-kart race?”. That was when Tom and Paul decided to get in contact with police officers with the idea of creating

Tom Burson and Sergeant Craig Barker from the New Zealand Police. some positive interaction between them. “We decided to put something together for youth with disability, police, and speedway”, says Paul. “We decided to do it last year and we had a very good response from the sponsors, the speedway,

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the police, and then this year we realized we should to do it again and I hope we may do it one more time next year”. And that’s what they did. “Twelve young adults living with a disability had the opportunity to have an awesome evening competing

against six speedway drivers and six police officers to have fun at their local Pro Karts Track Tahuna”, says Gil. “It is a dream coming true” says Tom just before the start of the races. “My brother is a speedway driver

and I love it”. Whe he was not driving, Tom was also the commentator calling the races. The event was sponsored by IHC Charity Shop, Disability Support Services, Jack’s Tyres, Richmond Food Distributors and Pro Karts. Sergeant Craig Barker from the New Zealand Police participated for the first time as the manager of the police officers team. “Anything that we can do that breaks down barriers between the police and our community groups is a great thing”, he says. “It’s also a great opportunity for us to come along and the people see police officers for being just normal people, like everybody else. “It’s great to have a bit of fun, a bit of a laugh”, he says while enjoying a hot dog. Between each race, the participants could enjoy a nice barbecue offered by the sponsors. Prizes and gifts where also offered at the end of the night. Daniel Steel, who is the alcohol harm reduction officer from the Richmond Police, was one of the racers. “I have raced before in a go-kart, a long time ago, and it’s great to have the boys here, to compete against them. Probably they are going to kick my backside”, he laughed.


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Local teenagers develop e-bikes conversion project Bruno Saia A simple idea for a school project is becoming a promising business in Richmond. A 14-year old student from Waimea College has already started to convert push bikes to electric bikes. “I had an opportunity to participate in a national competition where you build your electric vehicle and I decided to go with an electric bike,” says Jack McCormick, who had a whole year to build and design his first e-bike. But the idea came earlier, with a little push from his mother. “I was looking for a project and mum took me down to the recycling centre,” he says. “There was a bike with a chainsaw motor attached to it and I looked

at that and thought it was pretty cool, so I turned my mountain bike into a chainsaw bike and that was the first one”. Proud of the result of his first attempt, Jack took the motorized bike to school, and that’s when the business idea was born. “The business teacher approached me and told me that I had a really good and cool idea and that I should come along to business studies one time, so I did”. He was the first teenager from Year Ten going to a Year Twelve business group. “So I went along, and a bit further down the track I decided that it would be good to have another person and this is when Craig joined in”, says Jack. “If we started putting effort into the motorized

bikes we would have to switch for electric anyway because the whole climate change and all that, and here we are”, says Craig Liddington, who is Jack’s classmate. “We are offering a unique service where we can convert a normal push bike to an electric one, so you don’t have to change bikes”. “It’s a cheaper option rather than buying a really expensive electric bike”, he says. “We plan to keep on going with the business project”, added Craig. According to the young entrepreneurs they are able to do a full conversion from push to e-bike for $ 750. “This bike we are working on is to get the business promoted and it’s going to be raffled, probably in the next few weeks,” says Jack.

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Pet sharing network is a hit in Richmond Bruno Saia Six months after starting its activities the website “Share My Pet” is a success, according to its developers. “In the region there are 184 pets registered all ready to be shared and lots of them are in Richmond and Stoke”, says David Johnson, who started the project with his wife Lili Wenzel in February 2018. Since then, the platform has continued to evolve. “If you are a pet owner, you create a profile for your pet and you have to be quite specific about the breed, how old it is, personality, how does it socialises with other pets, what it likes and doesn’t like”, she explains. “You can also create a profile as a carer if you are a person who would like to be part of the pet’s life. You might be a student or living in a rental, or just be busy, and you think it would be best to have some snuggle time with somebody else’s pet”. After a profile has been set up, owners and carers can interact, just like any other social network. “Once you see a person or a pet that you would like to have contact with, you can message them through our

message system and then they will reply and set up your first date”, she says. You can create your profile for free, but the message function is only available for the paying members and the annual cost is $49.99. The whole idea started in the Tasman region but “Share My Pet” has already 740 registrations all over New Zealand, and don’t think you’re going to find only dogs and cats in the network. “We just had a beautiful rabbit in Wellington join us, a few ponies, another horse, a few chickens”, says David. According to David, the health of both animals and humans benefit from the interaction. “It’s been medically proved that being with pets reduces stress, helps to control blood pressure and prevent heart attacks”. The website has a partnership with the Cancer Society in Nelson which allows free membership to everyone who is undergoing cancer treatment. “For me, pets are like sunshine, every day, the way they greet you, their loyalty, their love, their friendship, their lack of judgment”, says Lili.

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Downer wins supreme contractor award Jonty Dine Downer were the big winners at the annual Nelson/Marlborough Civil Contractors Awards on Friday night. It was a glitzy affair at the Rutherford Hotel as the region celebrated its best contractors and infrastructure projects of the past year. Downer claimed the coveted Hirepool Supreme Award for its Queen St project in Richmond. Judges say the daily challenges of the project were immense, with the entire street needing to be excavated in the project which required 84.000 work hours. Chief Executive of Civil Contractors New Zealand, Peter Silcock, says it has been a difficult year for contractors, however, the region is still seeing a number of good infrastructure projects. “It’s been a year of change, but there is still a lot of work going on.” Peter says the evening was about celebrating the people of the industry and the hard work they do. “The projects only happen because of the people.” The first award for the evening was the H & S Professionals Ltd Health and Safety Award which went to Blenheim’s Simcox Construction. The award went to a company which has implemented the highest possible safety measures in the workplace. Simcox Construction were lauded for their detail and quality around health and safety on all fronts, regular audits, and positive feedback by onsite engineers. General manager Antony Clark says his staff safety is paramount. “It’s so important to us that everyone gets home safe.” Next up was the Tasman District

Tim Maw from Downer and sponsor representative Gary Richardson from Hirepool. Photo: Barry Whitnall. Council Environmental Award which went to Taylor’s Contracting. Judges say that Taylor’s stood out above all with its commitment to protecting the environment. “Such is its commitment, the company has its own environmental manager and department policing happenings in the field.” CEO Charlie Taylor says the environment is very important to Taylor’s.

“We want to leave it better than when we started.” The first project award was the Total Projects Valued $50,001 - $200k award and went to Fulton Hogan for its work on the Abel Tasman Walkway following storm damage. Judges say the team faced “a hell of a lot of challenges along the way,” with weather and tides in a sensitive environmental area. “They couldn’t have done a better

job.” Mike Edridge Construction took out the Cable Price Projects Valued $200,001k - $750k for its work on the Topps Irrigation Reservoir in the Wairau Valley. Judges say the client impressed with work as they simply got in and got the job done. “We had an awesome team of guys, and it was one of those projects that just went seamlessly,” Mike says.

Nelson Matters I am worried for Nelson’s health services with our District Health Board’s announcement of an $11 million dollar deficit for the year to July. It has been described as a “bombshell” by board members. My concern is what this means for Nelsonian’s access to healthcare and the pressure this will put on our health workers. Nelson Greypower President Christine Tuffnell rightly calls this “a sad state of affairs” and notes that “the people most affected by this will be patients – longer waiting times, additional criteria they have to meet to qualify for treatment and increased rationing of access to

care”. People from Nelson’s Labour and Green parties say they do not care about the DHB’s finances because it is healthcare and wellbeing that matters. This is naïve. It does not matter whether it is a household, club, company, country or DHB, poor finances soon become poorer services and poorer well-being. Nelson Greypower and my own office is already experiencing an increased number of complaints about the denied, delayed or cancelled care. These are Nelsonians desperate to see a specialist, get an MRI scan or X-ray, have surgery, or

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Guests were tasked throughout the night with voting for their choice of Supplier of the Year, which was ultimately awarded to Hynds. The next award was the Land Dimensions Ltd award for Projects Valued $750,001 - $1.5million and was won by Taylors Contracting for its work assisting with the Pigeon Valley Fire. Judges say Taylor’s put a focus on personal safety and coordination with a lot of work done outside the fire as well. “The way Taylors pulled together and the calmness they operated with was at the highest level.” Taylors say the project involved a lot of work jammed into a short space. “It was a massive event for the community and we are very proud of what we did, plenty of sacrifices were made,” Charlie Taylor says. Downer won the Hynds Award for Projects Valued Over $1.5million, again for the Queen St restoration in Richmond. The GRUNDFOS Judges Innovation Award was for a creative project with minimal disruption, hours equipment and innovative technology. The prize went to Downer for the Saxton Velodrome project with judges citing its revolutionary payment laying process. Drew Hayes says the amount of planning that went into the project was responsible for its success. “We planned it within an inch of its life, and it all came off.” Finally, the Bank of New Zealand Young Achiever Award was won by Kyle Spratt, Jonathan Marfell and Joshua Hutton, with judges unable to separate the three young contractors.

has not compensated DHBs for the generous pay settlements with health sector unions. The increase in our DHB’s budget is half what Labour promised. Labour has also been Scrooge-

like in areas like pharmaceuticals where the budget increase is less than a quarter of what National provided. This is leaving people missing out on lifesaving medication. Health funding will always be challenging as demand and costs keep rising. National raised the funding for our DHB from $297 million in 2008 to $416 million in 2017, increases Labour decried as inadequate. This worrying $11 million deficit just reinforces that Labour is failing to keep its health promises and can’t manage money. Advert.


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CONTRACTORS AWARDS The Contractors Awards are organised bi-annually by the Nelson Marlborough Branch of Civil Contractors New Zealand, and were held this year on Friday 26th July. The objective of the Awards is to encourage good business practices, recognise achievement and to celebrate success.

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Mall Chat You would have noticed the ceiling by Farmers has been removed. We are in the process of making the concourse area lighter and brighter by raising the ceiling height and repainting it. In addition to this, we will also look to incorporate new feature lighting to this area. We do appreciate your patience during this time. Works commenced mid-July with a completion date late November.

Tank opened mid-July and what a great addition to this entrance. Visit them for healthy and fresh smoothies, juices, salads and wraps and All-Day Breakfast. Including Funky Monkey and Rainbow Party juices for the kids.

From Tiger Moths to Test Pilot Susan Johnson

ia, Canada, the USA and England with mixed results, and, after advice Talking to Bernie Lewis, it’s not from his brother, accepted an aphard to imagine this quietly confi- plication for the Royal Air Force in dent 91-year-old in the cockpit of a England. fighter jet or breaking the speed of Bernie left his job as a schoolteacher sound. to work as a labourer in Takaka, to Born in East Takaka in 1926, one of earn enough money to pay for the five sons, Bernie had always wanted boat fare to England. By October to fly, and it was 1950 he was on Bernie’s eldest his way. brother Frank Bernie arrived that he credits to a post war with his career London, rationchoice. ing still in force, In 1933 three bombed-out biplanes flew streets, and illover the famlooking people ily farm. Bernie The RAF selecand his brothers tion committee watched, fasciwere impressed nated. that Bernie had Bernie’s first put pilot, piflight was in an lot, pilot for the early de Havthree options for illand Moth aircrew. piloted by ex“I was taking no At 91, Bernie Lewis still watches Squadron Mac chances.” planes come into Nelson airport. MacGregor. Progressing to “I’ll never forget the experience; I flight training, students started in can still remember looking down at the Meteor 7, which had two seats, the ground sliding by beneath me.” before going solo in the Vampire It was then that Bernie knew that all fighter which was single .” The highhe wanted to do was fly. est I flew unpressurised was 43,000 Bernie’s determination wasn’t shak- feet and stopped due to the discomen after a rejection from the Royal fort caused by nitrogen bubbles New Zealand Air Force. forming around the elbow and knee He sent out applications to Austral- joints”.

Bernie’s love of flying and focus gained him his commission, and also won him the Glenn Trophy for best pilot on the course. In Germany Bernie flew the more modern F-86 Sabre, the one he flew in the first time he went sub-sonic. He also qualified as an instructor before returning to the UK. More study followed and the ability to fly helicopters was added to his list of accomplishments. He left the RAF when head-hunted by Bristol Siddeley Engines to be their test pilot. This was an extremely busy time work-wise, flying abroad in Brunei, Asia, Europe, for Rolls Royce and the oil rigs. In 1971 Bernie and his family returned to New Zealand where Bernie’s work meant, the family travelled around the country, first Nelson, aerial surveying, and General Aviation Inspector in the North Island. He even flew with Prince Phillip around the Marlborough sounds and Fiordland, sharing the cockpit when the Prince visited in the 80’s. His interest in flying has stayed with him throughout his life. At 91, he doesn’t fly himself anymore, but he watches planes come into the Nelson airport from his home in Stoke.

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Gold and Silver Medals Richmond has come a long way since the township was first founded 165 years ago; today, the region continues to grow, and its retail and manufacturing hub is bustling with activity. According to the Infometrics quarterly economic monitor, in the 12 months to March 2019,

the Tasman economy grew 2.4 percent. With a growing population and a 3.3 percent increase in consumer spending, this has buoyed construction activity in the region. Many longstanding local businesses have contributed to the success of Tasman and are worthy of recognition

for their relentless dedication to providing the best service possible to their customers. The following establishments have built strong reputations for reliable, high quality service, and deserve acknowledgement for having been around for more than ten years.

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Waimea Drilling For over 50 years, Waimea Drilling company has been helping businesses, farmers, regional councils and residential customers find the water they need, specialising in deep water drilling in the Upper Moutere formation. “We were first established in 1965,” says owner Woody Woodford. “Patience and diversification have helped the business grow. The advancement of the times and regulations have

presented some challenges; we used to draw water wells for anyone who wanted them; these days there’s a lot of hoops to jump through to get a permit. Between 1965 and 1980 was a very dry period so there was a big demand for drawing water wells. Since then there’s been a quest for ‘better water’, as the government requires more hygiene around water wells. Waimea Drilling provides a natural experience, which is generated by

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Gold and Silver Medals field work and having top geologists such as Dr Micheal Johnson.” Club Waimea The idea of Club Waimea was born out of locals seeking a place with a friendly, sociable, community minded atmosphere, that was more than just a pub. The first meeting was held at the Richmond Town Hall; it was met with such enthusiasm, Club Waimea was created, officially opening in 1974

with 650 members and is still going strong today. Over the years, facilities have been added such as a large kitchen to provide a restaurant service, a caravan park, a squash complex and a bowling green. Club Waimeas hires out its main hall, two function rooms and large dining space. Phil’s Place and Nelson Wedding and Event Catering also operates at Club Waimea. Regular activities include things like darts, golf, Texas hold’em poker and

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Longstanding Businesses Applauded open from 6:30am until 11pm every day, we even have a delivery service through the app YUMMI. We are a friendly team, and we’re lucky when it comes to lotto!” Richmond Mall Forty five years ago Richmond Mall was preparing to open its doors for the first time, offering a whole new shopping experience for locals. The plentiful free parking and the wide range of businesses in a condensed space proved popular, and from there, the success of the mall grew. There were concerns however, the mall’s presence would wipe out retail in the main street, but all it did was bring more people into Richmond! Today Richmond Mall offers the largest shopping experience in the Top of the South; there’s over 70 stores onsite, a children’s play area and a fabulous Food Court. BabySpace Lynda Richards, the owner of BabySpace, is pleased to be celebrating 11 years in business. Established in 2008, Ba-

bySpace is a warm, homely environment that supports the diverse needs, abilities and interests of young children. “Because the needs of the community have changed, we are pleased to offer new hours from 7.45 am to 5.15pm,” says Lynda. “The age range has also changed. It is now birth to 3 years.” In her daily role as Head Teacher, Lynda draws from over 37 years’ experience in Early Childhood Education. “My expertise is in the care and education of young children and in providing safe, respectful high standard care. We have a great team; all of our teachers are passionate, friendly, experienced and qualified. I like to maintain a low child-teacher ratio and small group sizes.” Lynda says many local families have bought second and third children to BabySpace. “They appreciate our stable teaching team and the positive, nurturing environment we provide.” Pools Spas and Essentials Pools Spas and Essentials have been open for 25 years and have just relocated to 316

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Gold and Silver Medals Queen Street, Richmond (next to Pet Mart). “Our longevity is due to a number of factors,” says Director Mason Pahl. “We have had a consistent product range with great back-up service and we are committed to providing good service to our customers. We are a family-based business, with very knowledgeable staff that are happy to help and answer any question you may have”. At Pools Spas and Essentials, swimming pools are selling really well, with the Compass self-cleaning pools, they are a great option for any back yard. And with a new range of ‘Essential Spa Pools’ arriving soon this extends their current range of spas. “These are an affordable option, starting at $7,999.00.” Go see the team at their new shop and check out the pool and spa range. Austin Transport Services Austin Transport Services Ltd, which was established in March 2005 by Bryan Austin, who has

owned and operated the business together with Lisa Thompson. The business has thrived because it has been able to offer excellent service across lots of different areas in the transport sector, which Brian attributes to their team of excellent and talented staff/drivers who are dedicated to their various roles within the company. “We are unique in a way that has made us attractive to our customers because we can offer local and nationwide services for a wide variety of transport commodities i.e., bulk freight, machinery, containers, to oversize and project loads,” says Brian. “These are all handled by the same professional driver from pick up to delivery to customer. So, our business is very different from when it started, when we were doing local tipper/construction type work. People choose Austin Transport Services because of our service and reliability in making our transport requirements easy.”

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Love your Pets Share My Pet Share My Pet enriches the lives of pets and people. Established in late 2017 by Lili Wenzell and David Johnson, the business has been gaining momentum as people get to know its benefits. The Share My Pet website connects pet owners wth animal lovers in the community. “If you are a pet owner, you have the opportunity to profile your pet and put them on our site,” says Lili. “It’s about finding the ‘right’ per-

son to care for your pet and knowing that they are willing to learn what it requires to be safe and well cared for while you are at work or on holiday.” Right now Share My Pet has lots of dogs on their website which need carers in Nelson. “It’s ideal for people who don’t have a pet to to pair up for jogging ‘date’ or to have cuddle time with, such as students, renters, eldery seeking companionship. To find out more, visit www.sharemypet.co.nz

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New pet? Get it microchipped for free when its registered for the first time. Responsible dog ownership Here are some handy tips to help you have a hassle free time with your dog. Dog leashes must be carried by owners at all times when they are with their dogs in a public place. Dog faeces must be removed immediately and hygienically disposed of. Doggie Doo bags are available free of charge from all Council Service Centres and dispensers throughout the region. Be respectful of others. Be mindful that most people do not appreciate dogs rushing up to or jumping up on to them and small children especially are intimidated by excited uncontrolled dogs.

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Know your dog. If on any occasion your dog is likely to injure, endanger, or cause distress to any stock, poultry, domestic animal or protected wildlife (Wildlife Act 1953) either avoid the area or ensure your dog is under leash control. Be aware of your surroundings and your dog’s actions, dogs in hunting mode are likely to be a threat to native lizards and ground nesting birds. If in doubt, either avoid the area or ensure your dog is under leash control. Be a “Wet Sand Walker”. Walking your dog below the high tide mark greatly reduces the chance of

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“They come in their own wrapped cardboard urn, with name and certificate included. We also have wooden urns, scatter tubes and memorabilia available, plus a range of memorial options from simple granite disks to ceramic photos and statues.” Pets Ever After also has ‘a no ash’ back service in which Pets Ever After A month ago, Pets Ever After came under the ashes are scattered in a serene garden. new management. It is now locally owned For more information, visit www.petcremations. and operated by Patrick, Tracey and Chris- co.nz topher Day, who between them, have been in the funeral industry for over 60 years. Pets Ever After offers a local, after-death pet service. “Our services are tailored to suit people’s needs, with pick-up and drop-off available.” At Pets Ever After, it’s guaranteed that the ashes that are returned are those of the pet received.

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Ross Ferguson I recently attended a social function and had the privilege of meeting a now-retired District Court Judge who is regarded as a pioneer of restorative justice reform, within New Zealand and internationally. As a Justice of the Peace and a Pastor of a church, this for me was of special significance since I have a particular interest in both Justice and in the one who has the title ‘Prince of Peace!’ The term restorative justice has gained wide acceptance in not only the criminal justice system, but it has gained wide acceptance with schools, social agencies and the principle is now applied successfully in many other settings. The reason for its success? Because the goal has an emphasis on healing and restoration and may require restitution, a demonstration of genuine remorse by the offender for damage or injury to the victims, who would be expected to see the offender rehabilitated rather than showing a punitive, retributive response demanding punishment! We have a very limited understanding of justice, which for most people is merely a tit for tat, quid pro quo punitive system. The rational, logical approach makes sense to most of us but it places us all on a dangerous and destructive cycle of violence. As someone has said: “An eye-for-eye and tooth-for-tooth would lead to a world of the blind and toothless.”

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Tasman District Council The Tasman District Council would like to remind dog owners that microchipping will save you time and money. Having your dog go missing is a stressful, time-consuming and potentially expensive experience. A dog found at large can be scanned for a microchip by an Animal Control Officer or a Veterinarian. Then microchipped dogs are reunited with their owner with minimal delay and cost, while dogs that cannot be identified are impounded, which is stressful, time- consuming and costly. TDC urges pet owners to avoid the hassle and microchip your dog, which is a legal requirement under the Dog Control Act 1996. Town & Country Vet Town & Country Vet on McGlashen Avenue welcomes pet owners to bring their beloved pooch down to the clinic any time of the day or night to wash their dog for just $10. The doit-yourself dog wash has shampoo and conditioner in it, so it’s really easy to use. Towels are supplied for drying and there’s also a warm air blower to blow water out of the coat. It’s great, if you’ve just been down to the beach. You can roar into Town & Country Vet and get your dog nice and clean, so you don’t get sand all over your house.

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There will be no rules when secondary school students from around the region take the stage at the Suter for the regional theatresports finals. The senior competition is on next Tuesday night and will see the best young improv actors battle it out for the 2019 trophy in teams of four to six. Organiser Nikkie Whitehead says audiences can expect some “spontaneous and hilarious” storytelling. “With improv there are really no rules. They really have to work as a team and think on their feet. It can be challenging but it’s great for their selfconfidence and the talent is amazing. “It’s really about selling it and taking risks. There is also a really nice camaraderie between all the teams.” The winners will go on to

The final panel meeting of the Mayoral Disaster Relief Fund has seen the balance of the fund allocated. The meeting, on July 15, was the last of 14 panel meetings to allocate the funds raised following the Pigeon Valley Forest fires in February this year. The fund received donations totalling in $479,622, including $2200 worth of late donations. Overall, 87 applications for assistance were submitted. The fund was divided up and allocated to suit different needs. Grants of $356,801 were given for a business of asset loss and burnt fencing, $93,018 for personal expenses, $6,500 for welfare, and an additional $23,303 to go towards reseeding. There was a cap of $40,000 per application. The council is also in the process of applying to the Government for additional funds, as requests for funding now exceed $1,500,000. If granted, the funds will be distributed between existing applicants.

compete in the national competition in Christchurch later this year. Last year, Garin College took out the junior competition while Nelson College for Girls won the senior section. The schools competing this year are Waimea College, Nelson College for Girls, Garin College and Golden Bay High School, with the junior teams performing last night. “If you want to laugh yourself off your seats and enjoy some on-thespot never seen before scenes, which will be very entertaining, come along and support our senior teams next week,” says Nikkie. The senior final is on Tuesday, 6 August from 7 – 9:30pm at the Suter. Tickets are available from www.iticket.co.nz and are $12 for students and $15 for adults. There will also be cash sales at the door.

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Prices outperform Richmond F45 at Saxton Stadium A return after a three week break for netballer’s in the region saw Richmond F45 welcomed by a full strength team. Tia van Diepen and Sarah Steele made their return against Prices at Saxton Stadium last Thursday night. With a slow start to the game, both teams began with basic errors and found it difficult to convert. Van Diepen combined well with Harriet Ogilvie, however Richmond F45 lacked conviction throughout the court, giving Prices room to run away with an early lead, ending the first quarter with a score of 13 - 6 to Prices. With changes made at the

quarter break, Sarah Steele made an impact at Goal Keep, directing from the back. Kat Jones was able to add some much needed strength to the midcourt at Centre, linking well to the shooting circle. Amy Cunningham picked up three crucial turnovers, the team restricting Prices to just five goals for the quarter, resulting in a half-time score of 18 - 17 in Prices’ favour. However Prices was able to adjust to the added pressure, and made some key positional changes at half time to bolster their efforts. From there on, Prices looked comfortable on court, pushing out to a six goal lead with

relative ease. Lauren Ellis did well at Wing Attack for Richmond F45 and Steele made her presence known against the Prices shooters, snatching tips and intercepts as Richmond scrambled to try and catch up to Prices, now well in the lead. With Prices sitting comfortably 34 - 25 at three-quarter time, an injection of energy was needed by Richmond F45 if they hoped to win, however it was not to be. Both teams felt the pinch of a three week break from competition, throwing away ball and lacking momentum. The final score for the game was Prices 44 - Richmond F45 30.

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Back after three weeks: Prices and Richmond F45 fought hard against each other, but after a three week break some energy was lacking on the court. After getting close at half time, Richmond Richmond F45 just didn’t have the energy to keep up, and Price’s took the game away from them. Above: GK Sarah Steele pressures Prices Shooter Lauren Chaney. Photo: Supplied.


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Good start for 10k Multisport athlete Carys Coleman was first women home in the Motueka leg of Waimea Harriers popular Sprig and Fern 10km running and walking series on Saturday. Coleman has shown impressive form in both cycling and running since moving to Nelson from Wales, via a brief sojourn in Wellington. She finished the race in 45mins 12sec with ultra running specialist Maria Voigt second over four minutes back. Richmond’s Fran Kerse, continued to prove age is no barrier to strong running,

finished third a further minute back. The men’s race was dominated by the old guard with Alan Bryson winning the event in 41m 44s, followed by veterans Rob Lieffering and Charlie Squance. Former runner but now born-again walker, Daryl Nish, won the walking race in 68m 22s, finishing a minute clear of Steve Pauling with Motueka veteran Bevin Cook third. Gillian MacDougall, also from Motueka, won the women’s walk in 78m 16s edging out Barbara Pauling and Sharon McDonald.

Nicki Alexantder leading out during the first leg of the popular Sprig and Fern 10k walking and running series. Photo: Supplied.

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Football back after bad weather With all football cancelled last week due to the weather, everyone was keen to get back into it on Saturday and did just that. The Richmond youth teams recorded 3 wins, 1 loss and 1 bye with the Green Acres 13th grade team reporting a 3 – 1 win over Mapua, the Helen Ruston Mike Pero 14th Grade Red Devils having a 4 – 0 win over Suburbs, and the Point of Sale U16 Ninjas winning 2 – 1 over Suburbs. The Helen Ruston Mike Pero U16 Development side recorded their second loss of the season going down 4 – 2 to FC Nelson, and the U19 Car Company Glory side had another bye. In the afternoon senior matches, the club had 4 wins, 3 losses, and 1 draw. The Richmond Hornbills 2nd Division side had a bye. In the 1pm games the Fresh Choice Richmond 2nd Division team were beaten 4 – 0 by Wakefield, the Thompson Daly Chartered Accountants Thistle 3rd team had a narrow 2 – 1 win over Suburbs, the Global Wings Travel Hornbills 3rd team travelled over to Takaka and drew 1 – 1 against Golden Bay, the Sprig and Fern Stags 4th team recorded their biggest win in the teams history by beating Motueka 11 – 2.

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Basketball is in Maia’s genes Jonty Dine Maia Jones has a prestigious basketball pedigree. Her mother Kat is Nelson Sparks stalwart and former captain, while dad Phill had his Giant’s jersey retired following an illustrious international career. After initially showing little interest in the sport, Maia is now set to follow in the sizeable footprints of her parents. “Mum made me start,” the 13-yearold says. “I didn’t want to, but I had to play a team sport, so I got pushed into basketball.” It wasn’t long before her genetics saw her shine on court. The Waimea College student recently represented Tasman at the U15 National Championships in Tauranga where she was named in the tournament team. She was also selected in the New Zealand U14 development team which played in Australia last year. Father Phill says Maia has plenty of potential as a player. “She has a scorer’s mentality, if she wants to take it to another level, she will.” The young point guard is also a talented netball and touch player, but says she plans to focus on basketball.

“I want to do what my dad did, travel and play basketball.” Maia is the eldest of three children with Hayden, 12, and Ava, 10, also keen ballers. The basketball season is a hectic time in the Jones’ household with the three kids at three schools playing two sports each. “It’s pretty busy,” Phill says. However, the former Tall Black is delighted the Jones name will remain in the game for a few more years to come. “It might be around for a little bit longer, hopefully.” Phill is still heavily involved in the game in a coaching capacity. Such is her ability, Maia plays for both the senior and junior teams at Waimea College, which her parents coach. Maia says it doesn’t matter how much bigger or older her opponents are, she treats them the same. “She’s definitely not out of place against the seniors, she plays with no conscience which is a good trait,” Phill says. Maia is now preparing for the junior and senior South Island tournaments back-to-back at the end of August. She says she hopes to go to university in America and one day play in the WNBA.

Nelson basketball legend Phill Jones with his daughter Maia, who is following in her parents’ footsteps. Photo: Jonty Dine.

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Superstocks back in the spotlight Jacob Page The Nelson Speedway Association is looking to reignite superstock racing in the region with a night called Superstock Stampede on November 16. All 39 spots, which includes three wild card entries, have been filled for an action-packed night that will be the early 2019/2020 season highlight at the Milestone Homes Top of the South Speedway. President Wayne Martin said he was thrilled with the local and national interest in the event. The field includes World 240s champion Benji Sneddon. Martin said he hoped the event would become a regular on the calendar. “The class has dwindled in numbers in recent years so we wanted to give it a shot in the arm because it’s been the backbone of the club for so long.” Martin said the fast, slick track

Wayne Moss will be one of 39 entrants in a capacity field at the Superstock Stampede at the Milestone Homes Top of the South Speedway on November 16. Photo: Nelson Speedway Association. would appeal to North Island drivers. “We hope that running it early in the season would appeal and give people a chance to race in a big

field. “We are going to be applying for a variation to our consent very soon and it that goes well then we’d be able to host some two day

meetings which would be great for us to get a double income stream for the club. “We are allowed to run 15 meetings between October and April,

but we’d like the flexibility to run a couple of two night shows meetings.” The season will get underway with the Trackman Trophy on October 12. While all the dates have not been confirmed yet, a provisional meeting list has the annual CocaCola Fireworks night on October 26. They will also host the South Island Midget Championships December 14 and then the New Zealand Midget Grand Prix on January 18. “The Midgets are going to be great fun and they always put on a good show at our track.” The Racing for the Kids Child Cancer Foundation race night is penciled in for February 15. The Demolition Derby will highlight the Christmas and New Year period on December 28 and the season will conclude with the Easter Extravaganza on April 11.

Dun Run only a month away It’s a month until this year’s Dun Run which celebrates its 25th Anniversary on August 28th. Already, 325 people have signed on to run into the backwoods of Nelson and along its sub alpine mineral belt. The shorter, original 26km course is obviously the most popular with 255 entries but the hardier long distance exponents have 70 signed up along the 39km route which begins at the Trafalgar Street Bridge then follows the Maitai River to above the dam where they meet up with the rest of the field. After reaching Coppermine Saddle, all then get to descend NZ’s first railway line plus get a first -hand look as they cross the newly

-installed footbridge that hopefully saves the historic trail from slipping further into the Brook Sanctuary confines. Then its a continuation down to Andrews Farm and a more than welcome finish. To date, the field is almost equally split between locals and visitors, with a trio from overseas. Organisers, Nelson Events, expect numbers to swell to around 400 by event day. The long course requires runners to be 18 years of age plus current ability to run a half marathon or equivalent in under 2 hours while the original is more relaxed, 16 being the minimum age. Full details and online entry available at nelsonevents.co.nz

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Wanderers Sports Club Report Wanderers Div 2 ousted in semi-finals The Taylors Wanderers division two joined the semi-final exodus after a 30-22 loss to Riwaka Wanderers had lost to them earlier in the competition, although that match was in Riwaka. This match completed a full house for Wanderers, qualifying for every semi-final during the season but without a single victory enabling the extra step to be taken. Having finished second on the table following pool play, albeit with the solitary loss to Riwaka, hopes were high for Wanderers to make the final this time, although the team was without some key players who were injured in the final two weeks. While early signs did look good for Wanderers following two tries and a 10-3 lead, Wanderers lost key player Gianna Bertacco following a high tackle in the act of scoring, and although the Riwaka player received a justifiable yellow card, it was Riwaka that raised the intensity and slowly climbed back in to the game, finally going to the break with the score at 10-8 to the hosts. Wanderers continued to show resilience and good team spirit as both teams traded scores and at the 65th minute with the score at 18-15 to Riwaka, there was no clear dominance by either team. However, Riwaka did gain an ascendency in the scrum during the last 15 minutes and slowly got on top.Un unfortunate slip when retrieving a kick by the Wanderers fullback close to the try line, resulted in a try to Riwaka No. 8 who atoned for his earlier yellow card and secured the lead at 2515. Wanderers had failed to convert a try scoring opportunity on the left wing and Riwaka scored again

Brad Pool looks for a way through the backline defence driving Saturday’s semi-final match against Riwaka. to inflate the score, although a final penalty try to Wanderers, for another high tackle, ended the match at 30-22 and Riwaka were in the final. In the final analysis, Riwaka made fewer mistakes and scored when dominating play and that really is the feature of knockout rugby. Although Wanderers will look back on this game as one that possibly got away, they certainly should look back on the season with deserved pride, having only lost to Riwaka in the season and in the same time welcomed a number of new players into the club. The team has enjoyed great support from a loyal public that has clearly enjoyed the style of play and team spirit that has been created by players, and management Steve Leef, Grant Blanchet and Steve McNab. A key feature of the Taylors Wanderers division two team is the desire by some students to be involved and this again is a re-

flection on the inclusivity of the team, and it was one such player who stood out as the Player of the Day; Cameron King. His service, variation of play and general tenacity belie his age and he was well supported at the other end of the age spectrum by Scotty Reed who received one point in recognition for his efforts, with Brad Pool receiving two points in the team awards. The earlier activities at Brightwater saw a very positive performance by the Wanderers under-12 team, which showed very good game sense for their age. In a thoroughly entertaining game against Waimea Old Boys, continuity and offloads were a key feature of play, resulting in good support play. However, the most entertaining spectacles of the day followed the under-12s when a mini tournament of Golden Oldies was hosted by Taylors Wanderers Pirates, as a fundraising venture to assist Darrell Giles who has recently

suffered a stroke. Players representing Murchison, Reefton, Huia and Motueka joined forces with Pirates teammates of Giles in providing proof, if any was ever needed, that fitness and skill may go with age, but class is forever. Three matches were played, refereed appropriately by Paul Butterworth and Peter Brooks, before a large crowd which was entertained fully, even often being impressed, continuing on in the after-match function. In a truly wonderful example of the values that make rugby unique, amongst a group of men who covered the age range from 36 to 69 with support from The Stables and Loan Star restaurants, plus Kiwi Bakery and the Flower Farm for the after-match function, and we thank each of them for the support of a wonderful cause. It really was an excellent day of rugby at Brightwater and the success ensures that it will al-

most certainly become an annual event. The day concluded with the drawing of the Scenic Helicopter flight raffle, kindly donated by Helicharters Nelson, and the winner was Philippa Kelly, appropriately associated with the Huia Golden Oldies team. At the after-match the Volunteer of the Week was announced as Phil Bell who wins the voucher from Southfuels Spring Grove. The Sponsor of the Week was Brightwater Engineering. Taylors Wanderers is indebted to all the volunteers and sponsors who have contributed to the teams’ performances during the season. Next week will have JAB games and judging by the performance of the under-12 team, all games will be entertaining and genuine contests. Wanderers welcomes supporters to roll along to Lord Rutherford Park and encourage all our young players as they learn and develop their own knowledge and understanding.

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Waimea College Year 10 Gold Australian Volleyball Trip Waimea College Year 10 Gold Volleyball Girls are looking forward to their tour to Queensland in a weeks’ time under the management of the Nelson Bays Te Totara Development Programme. They will be participating in the Queensland Schools Cup U17 Division. The past two years have seen combined schools’ teams travel to this same event under the same Programme, but

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of the girls and acknowledged the efforts of parents and supporters for their huge fundraising effort, and also acknowledged the wonderful community sponsorship support for the team. Nelson Bays Volleyball is looking forward to working with other Colleges in the region who may also wish to be part of the Te Totara Development Programmes and tours.

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Community Notices Birthday Party for our horses at riding for disaBled Saturday Aug 10 at 169 Champion Rd. Come along & join the fun from 11am to 2pm enjoying pony rides, lots of games, faceprinting & bouncy castle, cakes & coffee, BBQ, as well as raffles & silent auction. Special demonstrations by Zefiro, Hack n ‘Stay vaulting, our RDA riders & of course the cutting of horses birthday cake! Entry by gold coin. A great day out for the family! lunCh on the hill: Come for company & food on Tuesday 6th August at the Salvation Army Hall, 57 Oxford St., Richmond. Coffee is served from 11, & a hot meal from noon, for a koha. nelson soCial danCing CluB, at Club Waimea 10 Aug. Live Music 7.30p[m to 11.15pm. members $15. Call Chris 021 160 1358 hoPe/ranZau WoMen’s institute meet on Wedn 7th Aug, 1.30pm Senior Citizens Hall, 62 Oxford St., Richmond for an afternoon of fun friendship & laughter. Visitors are always welcome. Your contact Brenda 5445872 nelson Bays CatChBall: It’s like netball on a volleyball court. Suitable for women of any age & fitness level. First practice free. Fridays 6-8pm @ Badminton Hall, Richmond. Contact via FB page: Nelson Bays Catchball or Muriel: 0274757803. arthritis soCiety Coffee Morning meet at Flock in Church St 10am on 4th Wednesday of the month. Next meet 28 August 2019. Ph Claire 035450835 or 0273601039 feeling sad, stressed, dePressed or stuCk? Identify & explore new ways to move forward with a Life Linc Counsellor in Motueka, Mapua Richmond or Nelson.

Up to 10 Face to Face counselling sessions available now for individuals & couples. Interested? Call Life Linc 03 548 2400 or visit www.lifelinc.co.nz. grouP 1 feeling stuCk? Life not going the way you planned? Want to express yourself to others in a more meaningful way? Try our ONGOING GROUP THERAPY, Tuesday Evenings 6pm-8pm in Nelson. Facilitated by professional counsellor Jean le Masurier. Interested? Call Life Linc Nelson 03 548 2400 or visit www.lifelinc.co.nz. grouP 2 Men’s grouP. New opportunity to look at challenges for men & speak freely in confidence. Ongoing group therapy in Nelson on Thursdays 7pm-9pm with professional counsellor Mark Peart. Interested? Call 03 548 2400 or visit www.lifelinc.co.nz higgins heritage Park, Pigeon Valley Rd. Wakefield is open Sunday 4 August 10 AM - 3 PM. Member sheds have a great collection of vintage machinery & rural life exhibits. Also our bush rail jigger rides will be operating. Come on out & listen to the tuis !! www.higginsheritagepark.co.nz . Ph Allan 027 319 7427 riChMond garden CluB meets Wednesday 1pm 07 August at the Hall, Our Lady of the Bay Parish Centre, William St., Richmond. Friendly club, great speakers, sales & interest tables. Do join us. Contact Paula 03 547 2537 MusiC on tuesday 10.00a.m. Richmond Town Hall 6th August. Tanglewood, summer home of the Boston Symphony orchestra. A 75th Anniversary concert with guest orchestras, vocal soloists, as well as instrumental soloists. A wide variety of music from popular shows to favourite classics. Something for all. Contact 544 5852

nelson 50+ Mini Walking grouP Aug. 6, Hope to Brightwater. Meet 10am at Hope Hall. Ph. Lynne, 540 3161. nelson 50+ Wa;lking grouP Aug 8, Ruby Bay - Kina Peninsula. Ph. Roger, 539 6402 or Paddy, 547 1291. astronoMy: Astronomy Section, Nelson Science Society, meets Thursday, 1 August, 7.30pm, Milton Building, Cawthron Institute, Milton Street, Nelson. Hamish Barker speaking on ‘Backyard Spectroscopy’. All welcome, non members gold coin koha. Hamish 0226760897. riChMond WelCoMe grouP Like to make some new friends. Join a friendly group of people who meet at 10am, first & third Thursday each month at Alchemy Cafe, Bateup Rd. for a coffee & chat. All welcome. nelson PhilateliC soCiety Next meeting 10 a.m-4 p.m. Saturday 10 Aug. We will host Blenheim stamp club members’ biennial visit. Come along & share your interest in stamps. Ph:5471140. Glenys at 265 5318 nelson genealogy oPen day. Sat. 10 August, 10-2pm, 67 Trafalgar St., Nelson. Search 100s of Nelson records, burial, marriage, birth, immigration & more. Cheryl Carnahan email carnahan@kinect.co.nz. 0211360892. nelson neWBies & friends, Weekly coffee morning on Wednesday 10:30 a.m. at Deville Cafe, 22 New St. New people very welcome to join us for a coffee & chat. Clive 547 2725 seniornet: If you have trouble understanding your computer or other digital devices our volunteers may be able to help you. For more information see our website www.seniornet. org.nz or leave a message on our

DEADLINE: MIDDAY FRIDAY - 50 WORDS OR LESS BY EMAIL ONLY PLEASE SEND TO: events@waimeaweekly.co.nz Want to learn aikido JaPanese Martial art! We have two age group classes for children. LITTLE SAMURAI 5-7 yrs & AIKIKAI KIDS 8-12 yrs. We also have adult classes running onWednesday /Friday night. CanCer soCiety/Vintage Car CluB popular Daffodil Car Rally; Sunday 25/8/2019. Over 200 Classic, Vintage & Veteran cars displayed & on road. Food stalls, monster Raffle (drawn on the day). Rally entrants congregate from 11am, Public viewing from 2pm atVCC Club Rms, Speedway Circuit Lower QueenStreet, Richmond sCreenagers: Growing Up in the Digital Age, a documentary about the biggest parenting issue of our time. Empowers teens to best navigate the digital world & provides resources to help. 7pm Thursday 1st August, Waimea College, Salisbury Rd, Richmd Ph: 544 6099. Tickets from https:// www.trybooking.co.nz/BRJ PulMonary rehaBilitation PrograMMe – The next 8-week course starts in September. Please ask your doctor/nurse if you match the referral criteria to the management of your respiratory condition. Or contact Nelson Asthma Society on 544 1562 or asthma.nelson@xtra.co.nz arMChair traVellers. Sat 3rd August, 7.30pm, Whakatu Presbyterian hall, upper Songer St. Lois Diaper will present‘Journeying in Japan. Entry donations support Nelson Hospital Chaplaincy. Supper. Better Breather Classes – Improve your breathing by improving your fitness at our Better Breathing sessions held in Nelson, Richmd & Motueka. Contact Sue at the Nelson Asthma Society on 544 1562 or asth-

answerphone - 03 5489401 or come along to a club Day, held on the 3rd Wednesday each month, 2pm, Pioneer Park. Nelson. riChMond liBrary eVents: 1. good Crafternoon! Bring your craft project & work on it in the company of other crafters. Bring your own materials & lunch. Free.Wednesdays, 12.30-2pm. nelson Male VoiCe Choir presents “A Winter Concert” on Sunday 4th August at 2pm, Nelson School of Music, tickets from Ticket Direct, NCMA or cash & EFT/POS at the door. BaBy BooMers 50+ senior lifestyle interest grouP, quiz, topic for discussion, groups wisdom, prizes. First Thursday in month 1st Aug Railway Restaurant & Bar Queen St Richmd 4-5 pm. Coffee or drink prior if you wish, bring a friend. Host Chris 0212514359. Free event. Speaker arranged re travel! silas house nelson - Drug and Alcohol Education Montgomery Square (next door to Rebel Sport), Nelson. 027 554 4657 food, is it a ProBleM for you? Are you suffering from anorexia, bulimia, obesity and/or compulsive eating? Overeaters Anonymous works. Ph 0226730237. All welcome alCoholiCs anonyMous is alcohol causing problems for you in your life? want to stop drinking but cant? maybe we can help. support meetings every day. ring 0800aaworks 0800 229 6757www.aa.org.nz Cultural eXPerienCes: Exploring New Countries, small group travel, home hosting & friendship, interested, learn more, join Nelson Friendship Force, social meetings third Sunday monthly, ph: Kathrine 5472919

ma.nelson@xtra.co.nz ‘CliMate eMergenCy - What’s the story?’ - Professor James Renwick, award-winning climate science communicator. Friday August 9, 7:30pm, Mapua Community Hall. $10 entry, supper; students (ID) free. Motueka Greens, Heather 3-5224458. riChMond garden CluB meets Wednesday 1pm 07 August at the Hall, Our Lady of the Bay Parish Centre, William St, Richmond. Friendly club, great speakers, sales & interest tables. Do join us. Contact Paula 03 547 2537 MenZshed WaiMea - catering for the interests, health & well-being of men since 2010. Shed open Monday - Friday at the Richmond A&P Showgrounds. Inquiries: mens.shed. waimea@gmail.com or 027 2820185. ConVersational Mandarin grouP Are you a learner or native speaker of Mandarin Chinese? Join us for conversational practice each Thursday downstairs at NMIT library 4.30 - 6.pm. All ages & levels welcome. Ph: Jane 027 260 2808 nelson CaMera CluB meets 2nd and 4th Mondays 7.30pm Netball Pavilion, upstairs Saxton Rd, Stoke. Welcome all photographers from beginners to experienced. Call 021 2360 847. www.nelsoncameraclub.co.nz haVe you eVer thought of BeCoMing a Volunteer? Are you a community organisation looking for volunteers, training, info or advice? Check out our website www.volunteernelson.org.nz Ph. 546 7681. nZ natiVe Bird Calendars$10 each Fundraiser for Native bird Recovery Richmond. Get at Tasman Health & Herbs (Richmond Mall). Alchemy cafe & Resene Color Shop or Ph: 5445418.

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NEWSLINE UPDATES KE E PI N G YO U I N FO RM E D ABO UT N E WS AN D E VE NT S I N TH E TAS MAN D I STRI CT

Expression of interest for Tasman BioStrategy Working Group

Bold and ambitious ideas sought for Te Tauihu intergenerational strategy

You are invited to express your interest for Tasman BioStrategy Working Group.

A series of community conversations called Te Tauihu Talks will be held across Marlborough, Nelson and Tasman throughout July and August to feed into the development of the Te Tauihu Intergenerational Strategy.

More information and the working group terms of reference can be found on our website at tasman.govt.nz/ link/bio-strategy.

STAND IN THE PLACE THAT YOU LOVE. Nominations are now open for the upcoming elections for the Tasman District Council, Nelson City Council and Nelson Marlborough Health – now is the time for people to stand in the place they love. If you are up to the challenge, or know someone who is, now is the time to step forward. The future of the region is shaped by the decisions its elected representatives make. It's not easy but it is rewarding, making a difference for your community and the environment both now and for the future. Nomination forms, information packs and Council preelection reports can be picked up from Council offices, libraries or online at tasman.govt.nz/elections. Nominations close 12.00 pm on Friday 16 August.

Safety improvements for McShane Road We are adding a turning bay on Lower Queen Street for Richmond-bound traffic to turn right into McShane Road. It is important that we upgrade this intersection to cope with increasing amounts of traffic, so that motorists can navigate the intersection safely. Disruption to traffic will be minimal. There will be short periods (3-4 days) when traffic will be reduced to single lane flow during installation of a manhole (early August) and road marking/sealing (mid-November).

Rivercare meetings get underway Join us at one of our annual rivercare meetings throughout the District to discuss river management issues and works. Topics will include flood protection, riparian maintenance and erosion control, which may be significant to the area you live in. If you are planning to attend and have a specific question or topic you would like to discuss, please contact Rivers and Coastal Engineer Giles Griffith on 03 543 7244 or Email: giles.griffith@tasman.govt.nz. Dove River: Monday 5 August 2019, 7.00 pm, Dovedale Hall. Waimea Catchment: Tuesday 6 August 2019, 10.00 am, Council Chambers, Richmond. (Waimea, Wai-iti and Wairoa Rivers.)

Builders’ breakfast Enjoy a free bacon and egg breakfast while learning more about simple sediment and contaminant controls for building sites. Tuesday 13 August, 7.30 am. Berryfield Lane demonstration site provided by GJ Gardner Homes and developed by Taylors Contracting and Cirtex just follow the red balloons from Lower Queen Street. All building construction personnel welcome.

The initiative is led by Wakatū Incorporation in partnership with Nelson City Council, Tasman District Council and Marlborough District Council, the business community, NMIT and whānau, hapū, and iwi across Te Tauihu. For more information head to tetauihu.nz or facebook.com/ tetauihu to register for a Te Tauihu Talk and keep up to date. Te Tauihu Community Hui - Motueka Wednesday 14 August, 10.00 am – 12.00 noon. Motueka Top 10 Holiday Park,10 Fearon Street, Port Motueka. Te Tauihu Community Hui - Takaka Wednesday 14 August, 4.00 pm – 6.00 pm.Mohua Social Services Charitable Trust, 88 Commercial Street, Takaka. Te Tauihu Community Hui - Richmond Thursday 15 August, at 1.00 pm – 12.00 noon. Richmond Library, 280 Queen Street, Richmond.

How should we respond to higher sea levels? Join our climate change community consultation, underway now. Tasman is experiencing stormier weather as climate change hits harder, and we’re preparing our communities for new weather patterns, rising sea levels and changing coastal hazards. We’ve been working on a project to prepare Tasman to adapt to this new normal. As a starting point for the conversation, we’ve mapped land that may be affected by sea level rise. The maps show a range of scenarios, as well as the effect of higher tides caused by storms, areas of historic coastal erosion (sediment loss) and accretion (sediment gain), and the presence of coastal structures such as stopbanks, walls and rock revetments. These maps are available on our website. We need to hear about what is important to you and what we should do as sea levels rise and we experience more severe weather.

Battle for the Banded Rail community plantings Come and join us at a community planting day on the Waimea Inlet. • Sunday 11 August, 9.00 am – 1.00 pm. Research Orchard Road. Please bring gloves, spade and drinking water. Wear solid footwear and clothes suitable for the weather conditions. Morning tea will be provided (coffee courtesy of Pomeroy’s). For more information, phone Kathryn on 03 544 4537 or email bandedrail@gmail.com.

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Proposed road closure Applicant: Trolley Derby Club Event: Trolley Derby Location and times: There will be two separate closures as part of this event. • Queen Street – From Hill Street to 163a Queen Street (between Edward Street and Washbourne Drive ) – 7.00 am to 7.00 pm (no resident vehicle access during this time) • Queen Street – From Eversley Terrace to and including Hill Street intersection – 3.00 pm to 7.00 pm (resident vehicle access will be provided between races) Date: Saturday 22 February 2020 Objections: Please send any objections to megan.bell@tasman.govt.nz by 5.00 pm Thursday 12 September 2019

Applicant: Richmond Unlimited Event: Pak’n’Save Santa Parade Location: Edward Street, McIndoe Place and Queen Street from Edward Street to McIndoe Place and the Petrie/ Harkness carpark Date and time: Sunday 24 November 2019, 6.30 am to 4.00 pm Objections close: Friday 23 August 2019

Community drop-in sessions For more information come along to one of our drop-in sessions, or head to tasman.govt.nz/feedback LOCATION

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Richmond

Thursday 1 August 3.30 pm – 6.00 pm

Richmond Library (Constance Barnicoat Room). 280 Queen Street, Richmond 7050.

Mapua/ Ruby Bay

Monday 5 August 3.30 pm – 7.00 pm

Mapua Community Hall (Bill Marris Room). 72 Aranui Rd, Mapua 7005.

Motueka

Tuesday 6 August 3.30 pm – 6.00 pm

Motueka Memorial Hall. 8 Pah St, Motueka 7120.

Collingwood

Wednesday 7 August 3.30 – 6.00 pm

Collingwood Fire Station. Elizabeth Street, Collingwood 7073.

Takaka

Thursday 8 August 3.30 pm – 6.00 pm

Golden Bay Recreation Park Centre. 2032 Takaka Valley Highway, Takaka 7110.

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COUNCIL MEETINGS: Unless otherwise stated, all meetings will be held at Council Chambers, 189 Queen Street, Richmond. Full Council Meeting Wednesday 1 August, 9.30 am. Public forum. Tasman Creative Communities Subcommittee Motueka Service Centre, 7 Hickmott Place, Motueka. Tuesday 6 August, 10.00 am. No public forum. Community Development Committee Thursday 8 August, 9.30 am. Public forum. Golden Bay Community Board Golden Bay Service Centre, 78 Commercial Street, Takaka. Tuesday 13 August, 4.30 pm. Public forum. Saxton Field Joint Committee Saxton Netball Pavilion. Wednesday 14 August, 9.30 am. Public forum. 17433 Hothouse Creative

The purpose of the Working Group is to develop a draft Bio-Strategy meeting the needs of the Tasman community by 31 December 2020.

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Citizens Advice Bureau Nelson Tasman

Notice of AGM Monday 26th August 2019 at Impressions Studio, Petrie Carpark (off McGlashen Ave.) and starting at 7.30pm.

advise their 35th AGM will be held 9.30am Wednesday 28th August 2019, Nick Smith’s Rooms, Corner Waimea and Quarantine Roads. All welcome.

public notice

INTRODUCTORY COURSE 4 Week introduction to tai chi

Starts: tuesday 6 august 2019 1.30 - 3.00pm COST: $30.00 VENUE: Community Hall, 72 Aranui Road, Mapua

545 8375 (please leave a message)

visit www.taoist.org.nz

public notice

House & land for sale

Taoist Tai Chi

All enquires & to view 0274 337 272

www.lipscombeauctionhouse.co.nz

No bookings required / bring a friend

for sale 41 HA on the Westcoast. Pruned trees for future income. Close to 3 fishing rivers. Architect designed, 3 bedroom house.

Opposite back entrance to Warehouse Stationery

Internal Arts of Health

Phone 03

Internal Arts of Health No bookings required / bring a friend

NEW BEGINNER CLASS Starts: Thursday 1 August 2019 9.30 - 11.00am VENUE: Senior Hall, 10 Pah Street, Motueka Phone 03

545 8375 (please leave a message)

THE PETER MALONE COMMUNITY GRANTS SCHEME Applications are invited for Grants from The Peter Malone Community Grants Scheme. Application forms are available from reception at the offices of Craig Anderson Ltd, 270A Queen Street, Richmond, phone: 544 6179, email: reception@caca.co.nz, or visit www.networktasman.co.nz. Applications will be accepted up to FRIDAY 30 AUGUST 2019, 5.00PM. Late applications will not be considered. A decision on successful applicants will be made early October. Applicants must be individuals or organisations whose members are predominantly electricity consumers in the Network Tasman district. Details of eligibility criteria are available with the application form. M Buonocore SECRETARY

antiques

Antiques, art, furniture (desks, bookcases, chests of drawers, tables, chairs, chaise lounge, wardrobe, mirrors, rugs etc). Collectibles, paintings, toys, books, records etc. Sell, buy, value. 6 rooms at Souchebys Antiques, 75 Gladstone Rd, Richmond ph 544 0723. firewood Open Mon-Sat. www.an Shed dry pine 6 mtrs tiquesnewzealand.co.nz $450 delivered. 3 mtrs $250 delivered. Only at public notice Quality Firewood, phone or txt 0274 490 622. APPLEBY CATTERY will be CLOSED from 4 August re-opening on 27 August. Bookings can still be made by txt on 0276146422 or email natalie.charlett@gmail.com for accommodation from 27 August 2019. Thank you.

Your notice here. Phone 544 9037.

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

wanted

found Found on Darcy St and green speckled hat, with a ‘Boroughs’ logo. If this hat is yours you can collect from Waimea Weekly office, 6 Salisbury Rd.

garage sale Combined household and deceased estate sale. Furniture, furnishings. Appliances and sundry items too numerous to mention. 34 Chelsea Avenue, Richmond. Saturday and Sunday NOT before 9.00am.

garage sale Hobby farm downsizing, tools, shearing plant, horse gear, tent, electric fencing, household items + lots more! 482 Moutere Highway, Sat and Sun 8.30am - 1pm.

wanted TOOLS, SHED GEAR COLLECTABLES Hand tools, workshop tools. Also collectables, old toys or interesting household items. From small lots to estates or downsizing. Cash Paid. Ph Steve 027 5380020 or 03 5380020.

Your wanted ad here. Phone 544 9037.

funerals

clinical space available

visit www.taoist.org.nz

public notice

ANTIQUE, DECORATIVE, COLLECTABLE & POLICE UNCLAIMED AUCTION

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

Lower Queen Street Specialists Richmond Currently offering clinical rooms/office space on a sessional basis. Reception available. Please contact Janette Haunch on 027 881 3481

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PiKE Richard Campbell (Dick)

AitChisOn Dixie Miriam

PEACOCK Brian

Passed away peacefully on Saturday, 27th July 2019. In his 82nd year. Cherished husband of Lynda;Loved father of Bryan, Rachel (Nelson), Steven and Jo(Darwin). A Precious grandad to Amy & Finlay , Logan & Coby, Connor & Macauley. Loved brother & brotherin-law of Cecilie & the late Graham Dyer, Grace & Eric Officer, Isabel& Colin Harrex, Judith & Ray Brockwell.Special uncle, cousin, and friend. The Pike Family would like to thank staff at Tasman Rest Home for their compassionate, loving and professional care over the last sixteen months. A function to celebrate Richard’s life will be held at The Shone & Shirley Funeral Home Chapel , Tahunanui Drive Nelson on Saturday, the 3rd of August 2019 at 2:00 PM. Donations to NZ Neurological Foundation would be appreciated and can be made at the service. Respectfully cared for by Shone and Shirley Funeral Directors. F.D.A.N.Z.

On 12 July 2019 at The Wood Retirement Village, Nelson aged 77 years. Dearly loved sister of Yvonne Aitchison and sister and sister-inlaw of Vicki and Robbie Gane, aunty of Lisa, Sheree, Emma and David. Messages to 23 Carters Terrace, Tinwald, Ashburton. A private family funeral has been held for Dixie.

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BunyAn George

Passed away in Nelson Hospital on Friday 26th July. Dearly loved husband of Jenny. Special Father and Father inlaw to Paula and Paul, Graham and Patti and Poppy and Tiffany. A Funeral will be held at The Shone and Shirley Funeral Chapel, 164 Tahunanui Drive, Nelson on Wednesday July 31st 2019 at 2pm. In lieu of flowers, donations to The Presbyterian Support Service either online https://psuppersouth.org.nz/donate or at the service.

Passed away peacefully at Nelson Hospital on 23 July 2019 in his 75th year. Cherished husband of the Late Lyn, much loved father and father in law of Grant, Glenn & Leona, and Debbie. Loved granddad to Aliesha and Mathew. Loved brother of Colin, Sherry and Neil. To honour Brian’s wishes Tasman Funeral Home has held a private cremation has and a family farewell will be held at a later date. Messages to 12 Magnolia Place, Richmond.

ChurCh NotiCes

EnGAGEmEnt Your announcement here for free.

wEddInG Your announcement here for free.

Holy Trinity

27 Dorset St, Richmond

Sunday 9.00am

271 Songer St. Stoke Come join us in Fellowship & Enlightenment through God’s word

Sunday 10.30am Waimea Intermediate Hall 48 Salisbury Rd, Richmond

Sunday Service at 9.45am

Traditional

Sunday 10.30am Contemporary

Sunday 7.00pm Taizé

Wednesday 10.00am Holy Communion

St Alban’s

Whakatu Kids and Youth Group

410 Appleby Hwy

Sunday 10.30am Holy Communion

(2nd week)

Morning Prayer

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

(4th week)

Enquiries 544 8844

Delivery & Pickup Service available

9 Vivian Place, Tahunanui

0508 546 411 REACH NEW HEIGHTS

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Cnr Croucher & Darcy

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10am 10.00am Worship Worship Celebration Celebration

Fantastic children's programmes running for 0-13 year olds.

Warring Carpark

(Behind CJ Asian) Warring Carpark 243 Queen St (Behind No.1 Shoes) 243 Queen St www.richmondchurch.org.nz

Christadelphians The Bible Our Guide

Your announcement here for free.

Earthquakes - The Greatest is yet to come

A: 85 Wensley Road, Richmond E: office@richmondnewlife.org.nz

NELSON BIBLE BELIEVERS Welcomes B ible believing Christians and those seeking truth ... No law but love No book but the Bible No creed but Christ No denominational ideas No opinions of others Sunday 10am & 5pm - Thursday 7.30pm

Join us Wednesday, 7th August 2019 at 7.30pm Richmond Library, Constance Barnicoat Room, Queen Street Entrance

93 Beatty Street, Tahuna, Nelson (Airport End)

www.nelsonchristadelphians.nz

“...at evening time it shall be light” Zechariah 14:7 - Malachi 4:5&6

nnbb@actrix.co.nz

PH 544 9037

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WednesdayHymns 20 Feb Favourite 10am - Morning Tea Wednesday 20 Feb Favourite Hymns 10am 10am Morning Tea Cnr Croucher & Darcy Third Wednesday every month

Sunday 9am & 11am

Trades&Services ACCESS EQUIP

Sundays Sundays 10am

Favourite Hymns

You are invited

We warmly invite you to hear Mr Colin Brown

Deadline 5pm Monday by email only: sales@waimeaweekly.co.nz

One church, Many expressiOns

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AnnIvErSAry

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Richmond Anglican Day Star City Church

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WEDNESDAY 31 July 2019

• Tractor and post driver • Fencing • Heavy roller • Direct drill • Large round baleage for sale

Phone: 03 541 9115

Stewart: 021 113 9940 Jane: 021 051 3875

Chainsaws - Lawn Mowers Blower/Vacs - Weedeaters Ride On Mowers We sell the best and service the rest

24HR Call Out Now the agents for

Pick up and Delivery Available

31 Venice Place, Stoke Phone 03 547 3276

24HR - PH: 03 544 5723

MAIN ROAD APPLEBY, NELSON

BRANDS - SERVICE - FINANCE

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Arborists 24HR who - PH: 544 take pride in their workmanship” • Complete tree care from roots to tips • All hedge trimming works • Confined area tree felling & removals • Prompt, friendly & professional services

Call 0800 28 66 87 or 0800 ATOM TREE Email – info@atomtreespecialists.co.nz

5723

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MAIN ROAD All APPLEBY mechanical

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

repairs No job too big or small.

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Ph: 544 1212


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Trades & Services

WEDNESDAY 31 July 2019

Trades&Services AuToELECTRICs

BRAKE & CLuTCH

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FULL MECHANICAL REPAIRS BRAKE & CLUTCH SPECIALISTS

WOF’s WHILE U WAIT

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544 8388 544 1660

Richmond Brake & Clutch 13 McGlashen Ave, Richmond

10 Poutama St, Richmond

LOCALLY OWNED

CLEANING Specialising in

CoNCRETING 10% OVFANF CED

545 1053 ELECTRICIAN Ltd

Domestic & Commercial Wiring PV Solar expert Maintenance & Repairs

Fully Trained, Security Screened

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ELECTRICIAN

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Ph 544 9844 or 027 542 4473

GAs sTAys

GARDENING

www.gourmetcatering.co.nz

Ph 027 667 2837

022 024 8914

Contact the manager on mob 027 451 8907 or (03) 547 2242

*Conditions apply

Gourmet Catering Nelson

Painters

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Having a party or a wedding? Call us for all your requirements.

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Painters

ELECTRICIAN

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Wilson Ltd Wilson Decorators Decorators Ltd

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Lyn 021 928 2073537 4499 Ph: LynRga 021 207 4499 Ph: Rga 928 3537 Wayne 021731 731 waylyn2@scorch.co.nz Wayne 021 817817

Wayne 021 731 817 waylyn2@scorch.co.nz Lyn 021 207 4499 Lyn 021 207 4499 waylyn2@scorch.co.nz waylyn2@scorch.co.nz

ExCAvATIoN

braNds

ELECTRICAL

FAVSAT

Residential, Commercial and Industrial Doors • Sectional insulated and un-insulated garage doors and roller doors • Retro-fit of garage doors • Servicing of garage doors and motors

Don Clementson

Qualified Electronics Technician

brianogdenelectrician @outlook.com

GARDENING

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freeview • Dishes • Service • Aerials • Smart TV • Installation • Wall Mounting

027 542 3767

GARDENING

fREEvIEW

SATELLITE & AUDIO SYSTEMS

542 3767

Registered Electrician

www.rdelectrical.co.nz 15d McGlashen Ave, Richmond

CARS VANS UTES TRUCKS

PRomPt SeRviCe

Domestic Commercial Industrial

Registered Electricians

Ph: 021 482 088 or 542 2328

Building Repair and Construction maintenance, commercial fitout, decks, fences and hard landscaping

021 0230 3925 paintcan nelson

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proprietor

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Phone now on

CATERER

CARs WANTED

Painters

AD NGS BOOKI

Stephen Oliver

BuILDER

1673071 1673071

You can be assured of MTA standards of service everytime.

sales@waimeaweekly.co.nz

1673071

Your only MTA approved Auto Electricians in Richmond

PH 544 9037

0274 376 019

2/76 Gladstone Rd, Richmond

GARDENING

GLAss

(03) 544 6510

www.free2view.co.nz

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age ArcAdiA S Landscapes

Gas stay specialists • Garden tidy ups • Regular maintenance • Roses and pruning • Irrigation • Qualified team

Lawn Care & Mowing

the wise choice

Garden Maintenance

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Lifestyle Blocks Treework & Hedges Wetlands/Revegetation Specialist

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0800 427 782 4A Gladstone Rd, Richmond 03 544 1212

Phone Tony & Zoe

544 3977 0275 288 434

Call us today for a friendly no obligation quote P: 03 5530 306 M: 022 122 5013

E: ollie@sagelandscapes.co.nz www.sagelandscapes.co.nz

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Trades & Services

WEDNESDAY 31 July 2019

Trades&Services HANDymAN

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Hashtag – Handyman

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• Kitchens • Fencing • Decking • Shelving • Door Hanging & Fittings • Garden Sheds • Laundry Units • Wardrobe Units • Indoor Outdoor Storage • Flat-Pack Assembly

HousE WAsH

General Round House Jobs

• House Washing • Commercial Building Washing • Roof Washing • Gutter & Driveway Cleaning • Moss & Mould Treatments

mEALs

High Reach Tree Pruning Fencing Paving Decking Retaining Walls Interior/Exterior Painting Lawn Trimming Lifestyle Blocks

SALES - SERVICE - RENTALS

269 Queen St Richmond. Ph 544 6603 NOW OPEN SATURDAYS

PLumBER

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STOCKISTS OF QUALITY

Professional Plumbing Services in Nelson, Richmond & Motueka

544 8059 www.tasmanbayplumbing.co.nz

Free Quotes and Quality Prices

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

1/750 Lower Queen St Richmond

REAL EsTATE

RoofING

RoofING

Thinking of Selling? Call Tracy Beer Get the service and results you deserve

027 674 8102 03 542 3180

Top Kat Roofing Tasman OUR SERVICES

• Roof Repairs & Painting • Gutter Cleaning & Replacement • Iron Restorations • Cement Tile Restorations • Terracotta Tile Restoration

0800 36 70 70 E: topkatroofingtasman@gmail.com

Mike Pero Real Estate Ltd Licensed REAA (2008)

• Qualified Tradesman • Locally owned & operated

www.topkat.co.nz

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PLumBING & GAs

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Honest, Reliable Master Plumbers, Drain Layers and Gasfitters Since 1915

• Leaking Taps & Pipes • Kitchens & Bathrooms • Solar Hot Water • Drainage • Gasfitting • Wastewater

Ph: 538 0824 Stoke

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R E A C H YO U R P O T E N T I A L

• Inside car storage • Staff on site

Size & Price List available at www.tasmanstorage.nz

74 Gladstone Rd, Richmond & 481 High St, Motueka

Ph 544 4306

• Maths • Spelling • English Book your free assessment Call Vanessa on 544 1111 or 027 317 8773 richmond@in2learning.co.nz www.in2learning.co.nz

Paintererer Plast

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

Call Adam

027 671 8417 or 544 9415

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44 years experience Private & Commercial 30% OFF Resene Paints Reliable & friendly Progress payments in place Peter

022 323 7447

RECyCLING

270 Mt Heslington Rd, RD1 Brightwater

03 542 3224

543 8090

www.chooks.co.nz

RoofING

sToRAGE

STORAGE

Safe and Secure Only $25pw Only $35pw

NELSON BAYS ROOF REPAIRS ❱ Roof Inspections ❱ Roof Reports ❱ Roof Leaks ❱ Roof Repairs ❱ Roof Replacements

For boats, caravans & motorhomes

20ft containers

- 24/7 access - Fully fenced - 24 hour surveillance - Staff on Site Mon – Fri

Enquiries

Ph: 03 544 2319 M: 021 62 7663 www.nbrr.co.nz

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541 0287

sTumP REmovAL

Stump GrindinG ServiceS Stump Grinding Tree Felling & Removal Site Clearance Andrew Workman

021 081 82 123

or 027 454 3813 e: admin@hopestorage.co.nz

Free Quotes & Prompt Service

HOpE STORAGE - 52 Ranzau Rd, Hope

www.stumpgrindingservice.co.nz

vEHICLE sERvICING

WINDoW CLEAN

R E AC H YO U R P OT E N T I A L

TuITIoN

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Can-Am/Sea Doo Specialists & Stockist

2

UP-SKILL YOUR STAFF R E AC H YO U R P OT E N T I A L

Tuition in:

Brumwell Painting

Stockists of all poultry supplies

Bob’s on the job...

Proudly supplying Orange Residential Homes roofing requirements for over 10 years

PAINTER

Brown Shavers ready to go

info@tuffnell.co.nz

• Leaks • Repairs • Maintenance • ReRoofs • New Roofs

PAINTER

PouLTRy

R E AC H YO U R P OT E N T I A L

• Low prices • Secure storage • CCTV Surveillance

morgan@dreamdoors.co.nz www.dreamdoors.co.nz

PAINTER

moBILITy

mobility4you

PAINT suPPLIEs

or Freephone 03 391 1414

brad@washrite.co.nz

Carseats | Push Chairs | High Chairs Cots | Porta Cots | Bassinets Mobility Scooters | Walking Frames Lift Chairs | Wheelchairs | Power Chairs

Tony 021 612 316 John 021 825 290

Call 021 674 575

022 132 6947

Baby&Mobility HIRE

Thistle & Fern Property Maintenance

Replace your doors, drawer fronts and bench tops

IAL ROOF MOLD AND

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KITCHENs

Is your kitchen looking tired?

NELSON

mAINTENANCE

021 137 6661

INTERIoR sEWING

Hedge Trimming

Ph Brent 020 4156 7993 hashtaghandymannz@ gmail.com

Interior/Exterior Painting Roof Spraying Wallpapering Repaints

sales@waimeaweekly.co.nz

Tree Work Removal, Topping, Thinning

Back Pack Spraying Gorse, Barbery, Broom etc Phone Angus 021 1333 489

PAINTER

PH 544 9037

HEATPumPs

Fencing Farm/Lifestyle Blocks

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Tractors, motorcycles, 4WD, chainsaws, learning quad bikes, light utility vehicles, animal handling & Growsafe courses. Health & safety planning.

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2 Chris Clark R E A C H YO U R P O T E N T I A L

027 250 7400

2

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For all your maintenance and repairs on Sea Doo Jet skis, ATV and Side by Sides. On farm servicing/repairs @ $1 per km there and back.

2

R E A C H YO U R P O T E N T I A L

2

R E A C H YO U R P O T E N T I A L

CLEAN A WINDOWS Ring Brian on

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Local & Reliable Good Rates Clean Windows Inside & Out Low Water Use Police Vetted


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