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Cycle crash highlights safety issues Kate Russell An accident on the St Vincent St Cycleway last week has highlighted the need to make parts of it safer, with nearby businesses saying it will only be a matter of time before there is another crash. A cyclist was injured at the Parere St section of the cycleway on Thursday morning, after failing to give way to oncoming traffic while crossing the road. Although there is a give way sign and line markings for cyclists at the intersection, there is still confusion over whether cyclists or drivers have priority at the black spot, and nearby businesses say they are witnessing “near misses” on a daily basis. Workers at Rockgas and Osprey Boats say that Thursday’s accident was a “classic example” of a cyclist not giving way at the intersection, and would like to see more signage or crossing bars put

We have had a number of near misses with both adults and young children. - Gary Cox.

in place. Matt Elliott, of Osprey Boats, who is a cyclist and a motorist, says it’s not a case of cars verses bikes, and that cyclists are not giving way because the signs are too small and not at eye level. “I’ve had a couple of close misses on my bike and in my car,” he says. “I think if someone spent a whole day watching the cyclists, they would be amazed. The policeman who was at the accident even commented how bad it was.” Sharron Sendall from Rockgas says the worst time is in the afternoon when children

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Record numbers compete in trolley derby Jessie Johnston Thrills, spills and friendly rivalry made for a successful day at the Mike Pero Trolley Derby on Saturday. A record 92 trolleys entered into this year’s event which, as usual, took place on Nelson’s Collingwood St, showcasing some top notch ingenuity by locals both young and adult. Racing incorporated a number of sections, including the Zoomers’

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class, comprising drivers from five to 10 years, followed by the Sprinters from 11 years and the Rockets from 16 years. While the corporate trolleys made a great spectacle, the main event was the Monarch of the Hill, which was taken out this year by Nitrofish, driven by Jack Lovell who reached a speed of 70.8 kmph. Luca Masters and trolley Doodlebug took out first place in the

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Zoomers section, Hyper Drive driven by Jasmine Dacombe won the Sprinters class, Steve Lovell and Kiwiana won the Rockets section and major sponsor Mike Pero was the champion of the corporates. As well as being a popular day out for drivers and spectators, the Mike Pero Trolley Derby also helped raise vital funds for local charitable group Big Brothers, Big Sisters, who require volunteers and funds to mentor young people within schools and the community.

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“I use the cycleway quite a lot and haven’t had any near misses, but I’m quite vigilant.”

“When I drive down to the shops on St Vincent St, I have to make sure I’m really cautious of cyclists.”

“I think Nelson needs as many cycleways as possible. It’s just about educating people to use them properly.”

“I think the cycleway is a good idea, but there needs to be some improvements to make it safer for everyone.”

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are biking home from school. “They just don’t give way,” she says. “I don’t want to see a young kid hit, some of them are so tiny and often cycle in front of their parents.” Several other St Vincent St businesses who were spoken to by Nelson Weekly also expressed frustration that their premises can only be accessed “over the cycleway,” and say that the parallel car parks on the edge of the cycleway make it difficult for their customers to see cyclists when pulling out of their businesses. Robert Vandenburg, of Mean Greens Fruit and Vege, says he has lost plenty of customers because of the cycleway, especially elderly shoppers, because “they don’t want to take the risk”. “The concept is good, but there

Matt Elliott of Osprey Boats and Sharron Sendall of Rockgas at a dangerous spot on the St Vincent Street cycleway where there was an accident last week. Photo: Kate Russell. needs to be more awareness,” he says. The cycleway is also concerning organisations towards Victory Square, with YMCA executive director Gary Cox saying he has “struggled with the cycleway since its inception”. He says he raised his concerns with both Nelson City Council and NZTA, but has had little or

no response from either. “We have had a number of near misses with both adults and young children because of the visibility issues,” he says. “I don’t think this is fair on our kids, families or community, as it places our most vulnerable children at risk and I believe that there will be a serious accident

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in St Vincent St as a result of the road design and its usage.” Nelson City Council’s Alec Louverdis says they have no plans to change anything at the Parere St intersection, as they have “no recorded crashes” at the location. He encourages people to use the council’s ‘cycle crash hotline’ to report near misses or crashes. Nelson City councillor Matt Lawrey, who uses the cycleway every day, says that despite Thursday’s accident, the cycleway enables a lot of people who are not confident on a bike to get into cycling and to get safely to and from work and school. “That’s a very valuable thing and I’d still really encourage people to use the cycleway. The impression I get from both cyclists and motorists is that people are getting used to it.” NCC’s “crash hotline” is 0800 CYCLE CRASH (0800 292 532).

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HOUSE FOR SALE: The house on Main Rd Stoke, far left, which Nelson City Council are in negotiations to buy from the Nelson Anglican Diocese. Photo: Brittany Spencer. we had a special meeting last Thursday and the motion passed really, really well. So everyone is really positive about it.” He says the deal still has two big steps to go through however, as the land is actually owned by the Nelson Anglican Diocese, not the church itself. The trust board that controls all of the land owned by the diocese needs to approve the sale. If the sale goes ahead, it would give the council more space for possible car parking or a reshuffle of the tennis courts, as the lack of car parking has

been identified as an issue during the consent process of the proposed Stoke Community Centre. But those opposing the cost of the centre, including members of the Nelson Residents Association, say the land deal just adds to the escalating costs of the centre, which started out at $5.6 million but is now budgeted for $6.14 million. Consent for the centre was granted last month, despite some restrictions around the number of people who can use it on a Saturday due to a lack of car parks.

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Andrew Board Car parking concerns surrounding the proposed Stoke Community Centre could be eased if a deal to buy land from the neighbouring St Barnabas Church goes ahead. St Barnabas vicar Philip Greenwood confirmed to Nelson Weekly that the church has been in negotiations with Nelson City Council to sell a house owned by the Nelson Anglican Diocese and managed by St Barnabas. The house sits between the church and the Stoke tennis courts on Main Rd Stoke. It is understood the price for the house and land is between $300,000 to $400,000, but this has not been confirmed and the council refused to discuss the deal. “We aren’t available to comment as this matter is in ‘public excluded,’’” read a statement from the council. Councillors approached for comment also said they could not speak about the proposed purchase. Philip says negotiations have been ongoing for more than a year. “It’s been a long process, but

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Finally, a cracker day for Snapper Classic Jessie Johnston While some may have had trouble getting the fish to bite, others struggled to keep their boat above water during this year’s Tasman Bay Snapper Classic. The competition kicked off early on Saturday morning but for Daz Hunter, Roger Colville, Tim Colville and Hanz Walzl, fishing was temporarily delayed after their boat, Break Free, lived up to its name in the most inconvenient way. “We were down at the ramp at 3:45am and had already put the boat in the night before,” says skipper Roger. “We started the motor up on the marina berth and it was running and I had a wee problem with the tilt, I went down the back, lifted the motor cover and could hear water gushing inside. I got a torch, had a look and the exhaust had broken off and there was a four inch hole in the boat.” By the time they had dashed back to get the trailer, which was locked in the compound, the eight metrelong vessel was just two minutes away from sinking. “We took it out of the water at about 4am and my son’s a welder,

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New citizens for Nelson The region’s newest citizens will officially be able to call themselves New Zealanders from tomorrow. Nelson City Council is hosting a citizenship ceremony in the council chambers from 9.30am. Thirty two candidates are expected to take part in the ceremony, including those from the United States of America, Bhutan, Britain, Cambodia, Canada, the Philippines, Germany, Italy, Myanmar and South Africa. The council hosts several citizenship ceremonies every year.

Maddie Hay, Stella Dallimore and Naomi Robertson slip and slide on the giant 30 metre water slide at Sunday’s Tahunanui School Gala. Photo: Brittany Spencer.

Gala raises $24k for school development Brittany Spencer Plates were smashed, art was auctioned, prizes were won, kids were covered in sudsy water and a lot of food was eaten at the Tahunanui School Gala last weekend. Just under 2000 people turned up for the school’s annual fundraiser gala on Sunday Owen Buckley, who proudly pronounces he is five and three quarters, couldn’t stay off the go-karts. “My go kart was yellow and the

number was three, I went so fast I crashed a little bit, but not that much,” he said. Mother Michelle Redward has brought her family to the gala ever since her daughter Madison first began Tahuanui School, seven years ago. “It’s such a great school, the gala gets bigger and better each year with more activities and different food, and the kids just love it.” Principal Barbara Bowen says both the fundraising and the day itself were

a massive success. “It was my first gala and it was fantastic, heaps of people came, the sun was out, everything worked, there was something there for everyone and people were so generous.” Barbara says the $24,000 raised will go towards school development. “We’re doing a big whole school property development and the first stage of that will be building a massive climbing frame by the adventure playground, which we’re hoping to get started this year.”





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Police keep an eye on members of the Hells Angels at the start of the Sun City Poker Run at the Belgrove Tavern on Saturday. Photos: Andrew Board.

Police: Hells Angels' ride 'well behaved' The annual Sun City Poker Run attracted some of the country’s most notorious motorbike gangs to Nelson over the weekend, but police say the ride itself was “relatively well behaved”. There was a heavy police presence throughout the ride, which started from the Belgrove Tavern and headed south to St Arnaud before going to Riwaka, via Tapawera and the Motueka Valley and ending back at Belgrove. There were two minor crashes that didn’t involve any other vehicles but did leave one patched Hells Angels member with a suspected broken arm. More than 50 bikes took part in the ride and the patches included Head Hunters, South-

Patched gang members at the start of the poker run. ern Vikings, Nomads and Hells Angels. The poker run was being hosted by feeder gang Prospects 81 Nelson. Officer in charge of the opera-

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Leaping down tower for charity St John Nelson will literally be leaping into their annual appeal later this month, giving locals the opportunity to abseil down the Nelson Fire Station tower. The event will involve plenty of adrenaline and courage, but for the opportunity to descend down the four-storey tower, they will need to raise a minimum of $500 for the ambulance service. St John Nelson area executive officer Sarah McCabe says they already have eight people on board for the abseil, which has been dubbed ‘Leap for Team Green.’

Kate Russell Reporter “We can take up to 20 entries, so there are still plenty of spaces for people to take on the challenge,” she says. “Participants can either make a donation of $500 to St John, or raise the money through Givealittle or by personal fundraising to have the opportunity to abseil the tower.”

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One entrant, Tanya McMurtrie, has already raised $400 through her Givealittle page and says she is doing it not only to help St John, but to challenge herself, because she “doesn’t like heights.” St John Nelson area chair Keith Adams says that every day St John ambulance officers are called out to challenging emergency situations. “We decided that abseiling down the fire tower was a great way for people to challenge themselves and support St John,” he says.

“All funds raised from this event will help to provide essential equipment, medical supplies, ambulances and support for our ambulance officers. We need to raise $1000 every day to maintain ambulance services in the Nelson area.” The Leap for Team Green fundraising challenge is happening on Thursday 31 March. Anyone interested in signing up can contact Sarah McCabe at St John Nelson on (03) 546 9445 extension 2, or sarah.mccabe@stjohn. The minimum age for participants is 16. Note: this will not be a public event.

READY TO JUMP: Sarah McCabe, centre, of St John Nelson outside the Nelson Fire Station tower with Matt Stringer and Tanya McMurtrie, who will be abseiling down the tower on March 31 to help raise money for the ambulance service. Photo: Kate Russell.

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One of the region’s best known policemen may have left the force after 38 years but he will still be helping out people in the community, or at least older ones, in his new role with Age Concern. Mal Drummond retired from the police earlier this year, ending a lengthy career that started as a 19-year-old on the beat in Wellington in 1978. Although many people may have been surprised that Mal decided to leave the force, he says what's actually surprising is that he lasted that long. "When I left school, I didn't really know what I wanted to do although I had no real desire to become a policeman," Mal recalls. "But I had a friend who had joined the year before and he enjoyed it, so I thought I'd give that a go for a couple of years - I had no intention of making a career of it." But Mal soon changed his mind about policing, deciding to make it a life-long career after his first "eyeopening" posting in Wellington Central. "I was 19 when I graduated and it was

Mal Drummond and Sue Tilby outside the Age Concern office in Richmond last Wednesday. Photo: Simon Bloomberg a real eye-opener for someone from Richmond to suddenly be on Cuba St with all the night life and interesting people that were around at the time. I clearly remember (flamboyant drag queen) Carmen - she would come out of her strip club at two or three in the morning with her big hair and big boobs and say "come in, dear, and have a cup of tea and get warm". “We'd go in for a cup of tea right by the stage where all the transvestites and strippers were and then go back out again. She was a great person and it was a really cool time." Although all the new recruits had to do the hard yards

on the beat, Mal says it was character-building and enjoyable and ultimately made him a better policeman. "When I started, you were given a 12 inch piece of wood and handcuffs and that was it. You had to rely on your negotiation skills a lot of the time, but we still got into some pretty tight situations.” After six years in Wellington Central, Mal transferred to Blenheim and then to Wakefield, where he was based for nine years with Pete Carmody before moving into Richmond. Mal says working with Pete in Wakefield "was a real highlight because the whole community was fantastic and we got some good

results". But there have also been some low points, including being sent to the front line during the controversial Springbok tour in 1981 when he was involved in some "pretty scary" clashes with anti-tour protestors. When Mal transferred to Richmond, he became involved in community policing and youth aid which led to his appointment as family violence coordinator for Nelson Bays. It was the first time that position had been created, which Mal says reflected the changing attitudes towards domestic violence in the police and the wider community. After 38 years in the police, Mal says "the time was right to move on." He had "been looking around" for a new challenge and when the job came up at Age Concern he decided to apply. Age Concern manager Sue Tilby says Mal's background was "obviously one of the reasons" he was employed. She says Mal is very experienced and has "strong and respected relationships in the community", and is a real asset for their organisation.

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Trustpower Nelson Tasman Community Awards, Tuesday, March 8: After an article in the Nelson Weekly, the Trustpower Nelson Tasman Community Awards is starting to see its first entries roll in. The awards were set up in order to thank local voluntary groups and recognise their contributions to the community. People have until 5pm on Friday, April 29, to get entries in for this year’s awards. Entry forms are available from Council offices or service centres, or they can be completed online at communityawards. Entry forms can also be received by calling Emily Beaton on 0800 87 11 11. Jake Robinson fundraising concert, Tuesday, March 8: Jake Robinson and a number of other performing arts groups took to the stage on Saturday for Jake’s fundraising concert, ‘With a little help from my friends’. The show was organised by Jake in order to help raise some of the $50,000 he needs to get to London to join the Shakespeare Globe Centre NZ Young Shakespeare Company and study at the prestigious London School of Musical Theatre. The concert was supported by an audience of 77 people which, along with raffles, raised $1700. Ant plan needs community support, Tuesday, February, 23: Since this article was published in the Nelson Weekly, project coordinator Andrew Goldsworthy says they have had considerable interest in the project with Tahunanui Community centre being “overwhelmed” with calls. He and Kay are also working with Stoke School to see if they can treat their Argentine ant infestation. “Lots of people in Richmond and Nelson have complained about the problems these ants are now giving them, as they are spreading so fast,” he says. He also says, for the bait to be effective, it would need the support from both the councils and the community. In order to share their methodology and the recipe, they are making a short video and will be publishing the information on a website that they are currently creating.

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Cycle-way is 'rough': Does the Nelson City Council do any Quality Control of the new shared cycle-ways that it pays for? The new shared cycle-way leading on to Beatson Rd from the Waimea Rd roundabout is 'rough as guts'. It is unbelievably rough to ride on, especially considering that it is brand new. The work done is obviously very substandard, and definitely not what I'd expect from a professional company. Surely there is a minimum standard of work that our rates are paying for. I'd suggest that council employees cycle this route themselves so that they can experience what I am talking about. Harry Pearson. Councillors spending too much: Nelson council’s annual plan is open for submission. A performing arts centre is proposed for Trafalgar Centre; and also funding for a report on a second performing arts centre. As well, there is a $50,000 down payment on a Gondola. Councillors think there are no limits to the spending they are able to do in addition to the commitments already heaped on ratepayers. Council has lever-

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aged itself hugely, using our homes as collateral, with projects outside of core spending and ensured that the next doubling of rates will not take nine years, but much less this time if the new annual plan is adopted. Dan McGuire. New flag: We did not get to vote for the flag of our choice, a committee decided which four flags we could vote on, and 50 per cent of those were by the same designer, another flag was simply added to the list later. What sort of country are we that puts the flag of another country on our flag, and that flag itself is flawed. Do you really think it is coincidence that the Union Jack is, or was, on nearly all of the Commonwealth countries. We deserve and have earned a new flag. George Shanks. During my recent visits to our provincial museum to see the exhibition related to World War One, it makes me feel ashamed that attempts are made to remove the flag which represents the thousands of New Zealanders who have lost their lives for our freedom. To remove the flag is not only an insult, but also a betrayal to those voiceless soldiers who have made Anzac Day our most historical day once a year. Changing the flag is also ignoring those historical settlers who formed this country as we know it today. Addo Mulders Sr.

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The bad news is that it's the end of summer. The good news is that means it's time for the Sprig & Fern Harvest Fare to be held in Sundial Square in Richmond this Friday. The annual fare celebrates the autumn harvest and features some of the Sprig & Fern's finest beers and some of the region's top wines, all made from hops and grapes harvested in Tasman. Add some excellent music from the Dixie Prix and a feast of food stalls, and you have the recipe for a great night out. "It's always the last hurrah for summer and an opportunity to get out with friends and family and enjoy the evening," one of the organisers, Kim Quint of Richmond Unlimited, says. "There's always a really nice, relaxed atmosphere and I think that's why people

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Brewer, Leen Van Eerdenbrugh, helps Mic and Molley create some of their delicious beers including their range inspired by the Nelson region. around the area such as the Motueka, featuring artichoke hearts, kalamata olives, ham, mushrooms, marinara sauce, mozzarella and fresh oregano, the Waimea which has lavender and fresh rosemary, chicken, red onions, feta, tomatoes, mozzarella, extra-virgin olive oil and garlic, and the Buller, a delicious meaty pizza made with pepperoni, Italian sausage, ham, marinara sauce, mozzarella and spicy jalapenos. Mic and Molley plan to expand their menu and beer range in the near future, but at the moment they are focusing on offering the best possible service to delight and satisfy their local customers. They’re also keen to get feed-

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Come one, come all, step right up and enjoy a fun-filled day at Enner Glynn School’s Carnival extravaganza. With so many stalls, competitions and activities all crammed into one day, Sunday, March 20 is sure to offer non-stop entertainment for friends and family who attend the school's major fund-raising event. While proceeds from the carnival will go towards projects within the school, it’s also been decided that a donation will be made to the Nelson Hospital children’s ward. Organisers hope people will come along for a great day out and help them support the children’s ward, with funds to be spread across the upkeep of the fish tank, supplying new toys and adding to the treat box used for oncology patients. The carnival will get underway at 10am and will run until 2pm, so make sure you get there early in order to experience as much of the stalls, food and activities as possible. Make sure the kids have togs or a change of clothes for the waterslide, or let them get stuck into the carnival's newest addition, laser tag. There will be bouncy castles, carnival games, plenty of spot prizes, ride-ons and the best-dressed clown competition for both junior and senior students. Come along on the day dressed to impress in your best clown costume and maybe you’ll walk away with a prize when the judging

tents, clowns, jugglers and balloons when you decorate your entry. The novelty cakes will be going into the silent auction for members of the public to take home and enjoy. For the rest of the family, there will be a huge selection of stalls to browse, from small businesses selling their handmade products, to Plunket who will be focusing on the correct installation of seats into your vehicle and also offering a specialpriced car seat on the day. There will, of course, be stalls selling plants, cakes, sweets and preserves, raffles, white elephant and the silent auction. This year, the school is proud to have some awesome auction prizes up for grabs, including a push-chair worth $400 from Baby on the

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Two local Justices of the Peace, Denise Hutchins and Terry Byrne, were elected to the Board of the Royal Federation of New Zealand Justices Associations at the National Conference in Dunedin at the end of February. Denise Hutchins, of Stoke, was elected president of the Board of the RFNZJA, and Terry Byrne, of Richmond, was elected central region representative, representing 10 JP Associations, eight in the lower part of the North Island plus the Marlborough and Nelson Tasman Associations. There are 29 Justices of the Peace Associations Denise Hutchins. in New Zealand, divided into four regions, representing about 6500 Justices of the Peace. All Associations are affiliated to the RFNZJA, which is responsible for overall administration, and maintenance of liaison with the Associate Minister of Justice, Ministry of Justice, Courts and other relevant agencies. In addition to their national involvement, Denise and Terry are both active local Justices of the Peace which provide service to the Terry Byrne. public at the two Nelson Tasman Association Service Desks held each Saturday 10am -12noon at the Nelson Public Library. The Nelson Tasman Justices of the Peace Assn said in a statement that it is very proud to have two of its members serving on the national Royal Federation Board.

It’s often tough to pay for a loan during the construction of a new home, as well as rent. We currently have a special For a better home loan deal tailored to your lifestyle, talk to the Nelson Building Society. NBS offers a competitive offer for residential build loans, during the construction period. Approved customers have the opportunity to pay no range of home loan options. interest for the first 16 weeks of their build loan. It’s often tough to pay for a loan during the construction of a new home, as well as rent. We currently have a special A number of builders aim to start and finish their residential builds within a 16 week period, so our build loan clients offer for residential build loans, during the construction period. Approved customers have the opportunity to pay no could pay no interest at all during the entire construction of their new home. interest for the first 16 weeks of their build loan. We also offer a simple, quick and no fuss approval for clients wanting to see if they qualify. A number of builders aim to start and finish their residential builds within a 16 week period, so our build loan clients could pay no interest at all during the entire construction of their new home. Call into your local NBS Branch today. We also offer a simple, quick and no fuss approval for clients wanting to see if they qualify. Call into your local NBS Branch today.


Mother of murder victim to host seminar on safe relationships Nelson Rural Women are presenting a seminar on safe relationships with Lesley Elliot as guest speaker at the Waimea College Hall on Tuesday March 22 starting at 7pm. Lesley established the Sophie Elliot Foundation after her daughter, Sophie, 22, was tragically and brutally murdered by her ex-boyfriend. Lesley will talk about recognising the signs of an abusive or unhealthy relationship and what partners, parents, friends and employers can do about it. Entry is by gold coin donation.

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Stoke to host model railway expo Stoke will host Nelson’s Model Railway Exhibition seventh biennial show this weekend. A record 20 layouts, along with three displays or demonstrations, will be on show at the Stoke Memorial Hall this Saturday and Sunday. There are five layouts from a Methven family group of grandad and grandsons; two from Ashburton; five from Christchurch; one each from Blenheim and the West Coast, as well as six local layouts. The size of the trains range from Z gauge (1/220 scale) to the Lego trains known as L gauge (1/38 scale). On this occasion, 11 of the 20 layouts on show are appearing for the first time in Nelson, normally there are only 11 to 14 layouts for display. Building a model railway covers a number of skills such as woodworking, electrical and scenic modelling, and these days can also involve computer programming to run layouts automatically. The show suits all age groups and is open from 10am to 5pm both days.

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Kids get an early taste of football Some of the region’s newest footballers are getting a taste of the sport before the season even begins. FC Nelson, one of the region’s largest football clubs, has been hosting a football in schools programme with one of its top coaches, Andy Morris. The programme sees Andy give those who may not have had the opportunity to play winter football, a taste of the sport during school lunch breaks. So far, around 40 students from Victory Primary School and Nelson Intermediate have taken part in the programme. Andy says the kids are selected by teachers and are those who may not have been exposed to winter football before. “The club looked at areas where we as a club weren’t seeing kids and decided to run the programme at Victory Primary School and Nelson Intermediate, as they are two schools that are in the FC Nelson catchment area.” The programme has been running for five weeks and will continue until the end of term one. Andy says the ultimate goal is to get more kids playing winter football for FC Nelson. “We know there are a lot of barriers for a lot of these kids, but we want to look at encouraging as many people to play football as possible and then see if we can get them

FC Nelson coach Andy Morris with some of the students he's coaching as part of the club's football in schools programme. Photo: Andrew Board. into a Saturday programme. If there are difficulties, then what can we do to facilitate it happening. Really, we’re just trying to grow our player base.” He says the response to the programme has been fantastic with the schools asking if it can continue past term one, and he says the club should be able to make a whole new team with players from Victory school

alone. “It’s a great initiative, often we focus on the top end and forget about the grassroots, community level. This is where it all starts and you only have to look at the enthusiasm to realise that it’s all worthwhile.” Andy says funding for the programme was granted by KiwiSport and that it was too early to say if the programme would be extended.

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Women’s tri still going strong after 29 years Andrew Board Editor Thousands of women have completed in the Nelson Women’s Triathlon over the past 28 years, but the one woman who has been at the centre of it all has never taken part in the fun. Not that Averil West minds, she says the stories and sense of accomplishment from the competitors is her fun. “Some of the stories that the women have told are pretty amazing, some have battled some pretty nasty illnesses and disease and this has been a little carrot at the end of the hard journey. It’s pretty tear-jerking stuff, there are some pretty tough women out there.” The McFadden McMeeken Phillips Lawyers Nelson Women’s Triathlon is preparing for its 29th edition next month, where an expected 250 women will run or walk, bike and swim their way to the finish line. Averil has been the key organiser every year, more recently along with her daughter Amanda, but says she has never been tempted to take part herself. “I tried competing in a half marathon that I was also organising once and I couldn’t

McFadden McMeeken Phillips Women’s Triathlon organiser Averil West is preparing for the 29th edition of the race early next month. Photo: Andrew Board. Insert: The start of the Nelson Women’s Triathlon in 2014. Photo: Marc Palmano/Shuttersport. concentrate on the race. I was thinking as I was going down the road, ‘where’s that marshal who’s supposed to be there…’ I don’t switch well from being an organiser to a participant.” Despite never doing it herself, she says the women’s triathlon was started as way

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into a male world, like women often are’.” A little over 100 took part at the first event in 1987, over the years entry numbers have reached as high as 500, with 250 the norm over recent years. Averil says its success is due to its focus on people taking part for the first time. “The whole idea is that anyone can take part. I don’t like to get into body shapes and sizes, but they’re all there but they are all a part of the event and they all have their own little journey that they’re going on. We’re just creating a venue for that to happen. “There’s nothing like seeing women – if it’s a real struggle for them – getting out of that pool… it’s really special.” This year a team’s section has been added, catering for teams of two or three to cover a leg each. There is also a young mums section for those who have given birth or adopted in the past 18 months. Averil says she has been organising the event for more than half of her life and believes there is still plenty of life left in it. “I don’t see a finish date yet. There is still good demand, so while women want to do it, we’ll keep running it.” The McFadden McMeeken Phillips Lawyers Nelson Women’s Triathlon is on April 3 from 8am. To register for the race visit www.

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lon at Rabbit Island on Sunday. Hayden and John teamed up with Matt Newberry to win the event that required each team member to swim 250m, cycle 6km and run 2km before tagging a team-mate and sending them off on the next leg of the relay. Team Sitting on 99 finished in 1hr 28min 10sec with Hayden recording the fastest time of the day, finishing in 26min 33sec. Hayden heads to Gisborne for the Oceania Junior triathlon sprint champs this weekend while Jon is preparing for Xterra Rotorua on April 16. Wayne Leighton, who teamed-up with Mandy Medcalf-Stephens and PJ Stephens to finish sixth, is also heading to Rotorua for Xterra. Alan Bryson, who teamed up with Neil Green and Eileen Searle in the cleverly named A n E team to finish second and win the mixed category in 1hr 41min

Hayden Squance, Wayne Leighton and Jon Linyard had a highspeed hit-out for upcoming national champs when they competed in the Tineli Team Triath-

Thomas Heaton charges out of the water after leading the swim in the Tineli Team Triathlon held at Rabbit Island on Sunday. Photo: Simon Bloomberg

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Competitors run down the beach to the start of the swim in the Tineli Team Triathlon held at Rabbit Island on Sunday. Photo: Simon Bloomberg 3sec, is also training for a big race with Ironman Australia on May 1 as his target. Alan had a busy day on Sunday, double-teaming with Thomas Heaton and Emma Charles in Team CAB to finish fourth. A nationally-ranked swimmer, Thomas showed he also could be a pretty useful triathlete, record-

ing the day's second-fastest leg of 29min 24sec. Thomas made a big impression earlier in the week when he won the senior boys race at the secondary school's Andrew Jones Memorial Triathlon at Rabbit Island. Garin College's Olivia Wilbourne, Sophia Kersten and Hannah Price won the female section, while Carolyn Squance,

Peter Gibbs and Rob Rix won the senior section for teams with a combined age of 170-plus. At the other end of the demographic, Team RWCA's Nic Hall, Gianni Pessione and Oxford Bayley won the junior category. Thirty-one teams and 92 athletes competed in the event sponsored by Tineli and Kiwi Multisport.

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One church, Many expressiOns

Nelson Weekly

Trades & Services

Locally Owned and Operated

Trades&Services aCCounts Keep It Simple Solutions Services from bookkeeping to sales, installations, consultancy, training and sole trader tax preparation

Traditional acupuncture & massage • Cardiovascular • Respiratory • Headaches • Digestive • Insomnia • Reproductive • Musculoskeletal • Stress/emotional and more....


Phone Dee 021 46 0082 or 03 553 0633

BHSc acupuncture, Diploma Tuina(massage), Dip Qi gong ACC registered Ph: 0800 894 159

Sturrock & Greenwood Ltd




• Full design and build • Full after sales back up • Extensive range of leading brands available

Call NOW!

03 546 9219

8 Gloucester St, Nelson • Showroom - opposite Fire Station

Bodywise - 32 Bridge St



Gareth Powdrell

PH 548 5900

air Conditioning




TUESDAY 15 March 2016


Sewing Workshop Your Clothing and Uniforms can be: * * * *

Tailored and Altered To Fit Hemmed Re-Zipped Repaired, Patched & Darned

Leaders in all things trees

● Removals ● Pruning

● Consultancy ● Stump grinding

Free fitting service.

SME Business Award

We’ll alter, shorten & repair curtains and soft furnishings too.

Investing in People and Skills Award

Stitch in Stoke Central Mall, off New World Car park or accessed from Songer Street opposite the Turf Hotel.

Ph: 547 0060

YoUr TrADE or SErvicE righT hErE? 6cm x 1 column only

$21 +gst pw

Call 548 0749

boating serViCes Own a boat in the Marlborough/Nelson area

- Servicing all makes and models, NEW OWNERSHIP recreational and commercial - Mobile Servicing. We come to you! - Trailer sales/service & WOF preparation - Honda Marine main agents

Ph 548 5900 beds



buildinG Gmr

 Extensive Range  Sound Advice  Helpful, Friendly Staff  Locally Manufactured  Factory Direct Prices

We’ve Moved! Now at

AlterAtions renovAtions home mAintenAnce contrAct Work

022 683 3197 GrAnt robertson Qualified & licensed

59 Quarantine Rd, Nelson Phone : 03 547 4567



W&D HolDings • Villa RestoRations • Gib Fix and stop • paint & desiGn • Wall & FlooRinG • decoR

rite Price rite Job PH Warren

021 321 335

Builder / Handyman

Materials at Trade Cost • Fences • Decks • House Repairs • Doors • Flatpack Kitchens • Concrete / paving • Landscaping

Quality workmanship guaranteed Richard 021 118 1183 or 545 2298

Carpet & window CLeaner Specialising in



Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning

Stephen Oliver proprietor

Phone now on

545 1053

Quick Drying All Year Round All General Cleaning Professional Service Fully Trained, Security Screened

Quick - Efficient Professional



Plymouth Contracting Ltd

New Homes & BuildiNgs ReNovatioNs aNd alteRatioNs PlaNs aNd CoNseNt For quotes call Ross

If you are thinking of selling your business contact me now

Reece Forbes

DDI: 03 546 3565 M: 027 229 0026

Quality Workmanship

027 540 2207 Business Listings Required

• Alterations • Maintenance • Landscaping • Decks • Kitchens • Bathrooms • Smaller jobs


Ph: 027 244 8870 A/h: 547 1389 business broker

Carpet Laying

Carpet Laying



New & Secondhand Re-stretch & Repairs Quantity Estimates Grey Power Discounts Trade Qualified with over 20 years experience


CONtraCtiNg (2 0 1 4 ) L







Building Repair and Construction maintenance, commercial fitout, decks, fences and hard landscaping Prompt Service Contact Gordon on Mob 027 284 3957 or (03) 547 2242

Carpet & VinyL

Carpet & VinyL


Locally owned & operated

Carpet Laying

• New & Second Hand • Repairs • Restretching

M o b i l e C a rp e t a n d V i n yl S h o w ro o m i n yo u r a re a ! C a rp e t f ro m j u s t $ 1 1 / S . Q. M V i n yl f ro m j u s t $ 1 9 . 5 0 / S . Q. M W e c o m e t o yo u !

Mobile Carpet & Vinyl showroom Any time … any place We come to you. Call now for a free measure & quote.

Phone 548-5453

Ph Dennis

021 202 4485

C a l l 0 8 0 0 - 2 5 5 - 8 5 5 no w f o r a f r e e m e a s ur e a nd q uo t e .








Nelson, Motueka, Golden Bay, Murchison



The all-round service for cleaning and pest control

Did you know you can choose your own caterer for your loved ones funeral. At Gourmet Catering we tailor-make menu’s to suit every client.

• Carpets & Upholstery • Pest Control

Why not put on an afternoon tea with your loved ones favourite food.

• Builders Cleans • Flood & Fire Restoration

Call us to discuss your requirements.

• Tenancy Changes • Property Maintenance

P 03 547 4811 M 027 667 2837 E

• Pressure Cleaning • Window Cleaning FREE PHONE

0508 832 425


• Curtain Making


• Alterations to ready-made curtains/ nets All Installation

• Roman Blinds

Re-Stringing & Re-Lining

• Door to Door Service • Complete rental makeovers Brenda: 027 842 1780

“Every home needs the female touch” For all painting & decorating call Elly for a

FREE Quote 03 545 2903

or 021 0230 3925

Nelson Weekly

trades & services

Locally Owned and Operated

Trades&Services Digger hire Quick Quick Diggers Weekend Special $59+gst per hour


Driving Lessons

Sandy D Dressmaking

Streets Ahead Driving School

Eveningwear Daywear Weddings Children’s wear Soft furnishings Alterations

Includes driver & fuel

Nelson/Tasman 8.5 tonne machine 4 in 1 loading bucket



Innovative electrical solutions

Phone Chris

a/h: 548 4112

home maintenance

heat pUmps


Heatpump Servicing

Basic Service 85 Improve the performance


and the life of your heatpump Phone

0800 448 446 Steve Fletcher

From maintenanCe to makeovers

• Landscaping • Paths & Paving • Deck Planning & Building • Fencing • Section Clearing • Retaining Walls • Rubbish Removal

Sage Landscapes

the wise choice

Planning Construction Planting Maintenance

Call us now for a FREE quote




Feed & Restore Your Lawns before Winter

o o

Valid to Stoke LawnS 01/05/2016


Includes Professional lawn fertilisation and broadleaf weed control.

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



Seniors, do you need to talk to a lawyer? Meet Dallas Woods

Specialising in Senior Law Wills - Estates - Powers of Attorney House sales - Retirement Villages Ring for a no obligation discussion

SeniorLAW Dallas Woods LLB - Solicitor

Ph 547 33 66 E:

• Kitchen & Bathroom Renovations • Exterior Painting • Interior Painting • Pergolas & Sheds • Water Blasting • General Maintenance

Craig: 021 822 235 or 538 0198

Stoke Central Mall (next to Professionals) Cnr Main Rd & Songer St

marine • Outboard servicing & repairs • All makes and models • Electronics Installation • Trailer Repairs • Sales and service

Lawn mowing One off/regular Hedges Clean ups Free quotes Winz/pensioner rates Servicing Nelson-Richmond A/h: 547 4839 M: 027 522 5223

hoUse wash

Karli Gould

Ph: 027 209 5779

(New clients & Adult prices only upon presentation of this ad)

Aboki Hairdressers

MAGICSEAL insect screens


INSECT MAGICSEAL SCREENS • House, concrete & deck FORINSECT WINDOWS cleaning SCREENS SCREENS • No ladders or height work AND DOORS. FOR WINDOWS • Bio-shield roof treatment FOR WINDOWS Any Size, AND DOORS. • Biodegradable cleaning products AND DOORS. AnyColour Size, Any • Free quotes Any Colour Any Size, • Grey Power discount PHONE PHONE Call Grant Ker Any Colour 03 1398 Ph 0508 492 274 03 545 545 1398 PHONE 543 3607 104 466 0800 104466 Locally owned & operated 03 545 1398 Lawn mowing 0800 104466


68 Buxton Square, Nelson

0800 0800 803 803 200 200

book online book onlineor


$11 standard meal

FREE Delivery Cooked fresh, delivered fresh on a real plate Monday - Friday Phone Coral

546 8963

GIBBONS JOINERY COMPETITIVE PRICING on commercial and residential joinery No job too big or small AVAILABLE NOW Contact Chris on 021 226 1566 or on 03 548 3039.


• Section clearing/ • General mowing maintenance • Ride on service clearing/ • General mowing • Tree • Section • General mowing removals • WINZ quotes maintenance • General gardening • Ride on service • Ride on service • Section clearing/maintenance • WINZ quotes • Free quotes • General • Weedinggardening & clearing • General gardening • Free• Free quotes quotes • WINZ quotes • Security checked and • Weeding & clearing • Hedge trimming • Security and satisfaction guaranteed • Hedge &trimming clearing • Security checked &checked satisfaction guaranteed • Weeding • Pruning satisfaction guaranteed • Fully Insured • Pruning • Fully Insured • Hedge • Fully Insured • Tree trimming removals • Tree removals • Franchise opportunities • Franchise opportunities • Franchise opportunities available • Pruning available available

or book online

ph 5468680

Michelle Duggan


nvas & PvC Ca

nelson 027 209 5779

any service

P: 021 0243 7666 E:

Gould Marine Gould

20 off


Temping & Relief work


Marine Canvas - new & repairs Educational shapes Shade Sails

Dennis Ellmers Certified Technician 105 St Vincent Street Mob: 027 7474 566 Ph/Fax: 03-548 7858


esign Graphic D •Adverts •Catalogues •Brochures & Flyers •Menus •Posters •Wedding Invitations •and more.....

Need a new stylist?

4 Ernest Pl, Brightwater

igns s e d D Services

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


graphic Design Great rates - try me!

Member NZ National Flooring Assn.

 99% Dust Free  All Wooden Flooring  Residential & Commercial  Prestige Timber Floor Laying  Your choice of Coatings

Dave 0274 296 669

027 452 8833

garDen maintenance


Over 20 years Experience

Ph: 021 482 088 or 542 2328

Call Craig 027 678 4816 or AH 03 548 4808 Oceanview Electrical Ltd



Landscaping, House Sites, Driveways, etc

Registered Electricians


- Renovations - New Houses - Small Jobs -

CCP Excavating

Maintenance & Repairs

Call Craig 027 394 6643

Your Local Sparky

• Friendly & Patient • Defensive Driving Courses • Gift Vouchers available

FLoor sanDing

PV Solar expert

• Welding Repairs & Engineering • Property Maintenance • Section Clearing • General Building repairs • Painting

Phone 021 270 6124

eXcavator hire


with Practical Solutions, and satisfaction guaranteed!


Dynamic BaLancing


Now at 56 Tukuka Street

020 4077 4722

Honest, Reliable, HaRd WoRking

Phone: 548 2554 or 027 5484 524

Jason Smith owner/operator

Domestic & Commercial Wiring

PH 548 5900

tuesdaY 15 March 2016



For efficient, cost-effective and quality family law advice please contact me Family Legal Aid and Free Legal Advice Service provider

p. (03) 546 9966 m. 027 482 9875




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



269 Queen St Richmond. Ph 544 6603 NOW OPEN SATURDAYS

Nelson Weekly

trades & services

Locally Owned and Operated

tuesdaY 15 March 2016

Trades&Services painter

Stephen Halcrow Painter and decorator

Interior & exterior New homes Wall papering Repaints & renovations Award winners

painters PAINTER

passenger hire

pest controL



Hilbilly’s Ltd

WE CAN DO IT NOW! 10-15 year warranty on external Solargard paint through Wattyl NZ • Domestic • Interior/Exterior • Industrial GREYPOWER & SENIOR CITIZEN DISCOUNTS

Ph: 548 3836 or

021 0235 2728



Private Passenger Hire Text or call for price and pickup from anywhere to anywhere at a great price!


PH 548 5900


AeriAl PhotogrAPhy


High quality imaging, stills and movies. Latest drone technology. Friendly, professional service and great rates. Weddings, sports, media, corporate - all events!

Hope Nurseries

E aglE I magIng

Open 7 Days 10am – 4pm at Berrylands 108 Appleby Hwy 03 391 1080 or 022 50 36100

CONTACT NATHAN 021 0259 7363 OR MILES 0274 612 199

021 154 9974

Call Mike

property care

property care

property maintenance property maintenance

546 9991


Toby: 02777 55 995

• Fuchsia • Tuberous Begonia • Bedding and vegetable plants • Perennials • Hanging baskets • Herbs • And much more!

All grown locally!


Honest Reliable Master Maste Honest Reliable Plumbers and Gasfitters Plumbers and Gasfitters Since 1915 Since 1915

Small Small • Leaking taps & pipes Jobs • KitchensJobs & Welcome bathrooms Welcome • Solar • Drainage Kevin Harris Kevin Harri

Ph: 543 8090 Ph: 543 809

property management

GreatScapeS landscapes + property maintenance

Professional Plumbing Services in Nelson, Richmond & Motueka

544 8059

1/750 Lower Queen St Richmond 7081

property management

FOR ALL YOUR  Lawn Mowing  Pruning  Garden Maintenance  Inspection Garden

Clean-ups Call us TODAY for a FREE quote Ph 0800 4 546 546 (0800 4 JIMJIM)


Bevan Dixon

Attention Landlords!


nelson’s Commercial Specialist 0274 755 063 545 6100

Craig & Kathy Kempton Ph: 027 411 2012



Looking for storage?

Television installation & repair Satellites Over Nelson

2 Central Locations

24/7 Access



•Aerial •Internet •Dish

- off Nayland Road

Stoke based All regions covered

- off Echodale Place

Keith Mitchell 027 484 5709

2 Echodale Place 13 Packham Cres.

Peter Ph (03) 547 9191

We help with:


● ● ● ●

Sorting Selling Shifting Saving


021 0297 0421

022 066 8981



us on

Grey Power Discounts

For professional property management services contact the regions most preferred company by far. Nelson 03 546 9290 Richmond 03 544 2900 Blenheim 03 578 0404

Phone 03 547 7445 559 Main Rd Stoke

• Leaks • Repairs Specialising in supply & installation of Solar Systems for: Your solar specialists • Maintenance • Grid Your Solar Tied PV Systems • Off Grid PV Systems • ReRoofs SpecialiStS Clean, green, affordable • Solar Hot Water • New Roofs • Dairy Farms

stUmp removaL

Chris Inglis 03 5448059 0275485877

1-19 McPherson St Richmond

Your trade or service right here?

Stump Grinding Tree Felling & Removal Site Clearance

6cm x 1 column only

Andrew Workman

03 544 8553

• Camping & RV

• Domestic & Commercial

Ph: 538 0824 Stoke

Proudly supplying Orange Residential Homes roofing requirements for over 10 years

call the solar specialist

129 Pascoe St, Tahunanui

1/750 Lower Queen St 03 544 8553 Richmond 7081



C Brookman Ltd

TILING CONTRACTOR • 20+ years experience • Waterproofing certified • No job too big or small • Kitchen & splashbacks • Free quotes • Your satisfaction is our aim

Work Place First Aid Courses Private Courses Available

March: 10, 15, 23, 30, 31 April: 2, 14, 19, 28, 29, 30 May: 3, 12, 25, 27, 28 18 - 20 March Pre-hospital Emergency Care 7 - 8 May Outdoor First Aid

Ph 544 9180

P. 027 224 7826

• House washing • Roof & gutters • Moss & algae removal • • Driveways, paths & decks • Boats & caravans •


• House washing • Roof & gutters • Moss & algae removal • • Driveways, paths & decks • Boats & caravans •

• House washing • Roof & gutters • Moss & algae removal • • Driveways, paths & decks • Boats & caravans •

House washing Paths, decks, driveways RoofMobile treatments 0220 649 822 (24hr) Ant, spider, for mould, lichen, A/H 547 7856 • 80 Neale Ave, Stoke, Nelson cockroach control moss, algae Gutters cleaned out Chimney cleaning Jeff NeilsoN

Jeff NeilsoN



• House washing • Roof & gutters • Moss & algae removal • • Driveways, paths & decks • Boats & caravans •

Mobile 0220 649 822 (24hr)

Mobile 0220 649 822 (24hr)

A/H 547 7856 • 80 Neale Ave, Stoke, Nelson

A/H 547 7856 • 80 Neale Ave, Stoke, Nelson

Jeff NeilsoN


• House washing • Roof & gutters • Moss & algae removal • • Driveways, paths & decks • Boats & caravans •

Mobile 0220 649 822 (24hr)

Jeff NeilsoN

A/H 547 7856 • 80 Neale Ave, Stoke, Nelson


Mobile 0220 649 822 (24hr)

A/H 547 7856 • 80 Neale Ave, Stoke, Nelson

• House washing • Roof & gutters • Moss & algae removal • • Driveways, paths & decks • Boats & caravans •

• House washing • Roof & gutters • Moss & algae removal • • Driveways, paths & decks • Boats & caravans •

Jeff NeilsoN

Jeff NeilsoN



Mobile 0220 649 822 (24hr)

Mobile 0220 649 822 (24hr)

A/H 547 7856 • 80 Neale Ave, Stoke, Nelson

A/H 547 7856 • 80 Neale Ave, Stoke, Nelson

Cell: 0220

649 822

A/H 547 7856



window cleaning • Professional • Domestic • Commercial • FREE Quotes

Nick 027 831 4414

03 547 2476 03 528 4001 03 573 6166

Stump GrindinG ServiceS

Smart Solutions for Smart People

Camping and RV Domestic and Commercial 12v Off Grid

Stoke Motueka Picton


WaterblastiNg • Tree thinning • Height Reduction • Stump Grinding • Tree Removal

• Building Jobs • Carpet Cleaning • Retaining Walls • Concrete • Section Clean Ups • Gutter Cleaning • Fencing

Any work considered Mike eManuel

Jeff NeilsoN


No job too Big or Small...

Painting • Paving • Fencing Trees Removed • Chainsaw Work Decking • Chainsaw Milling

Hot Water Heating Dairy Farms 12V Grid Tie

We offer our owners

New clients receive THREE months FREE Management per property when you sign up with Propertyscouts – No ifs, buts or maybes!

Moving to a rest home? Let us help you make it easy, stress free and profitable.

Landscaping • Garden Tidy’s Tree Pruning • Lawn Mowing Hedge Trimming • Planting

021 081 82 123 Free Quotes & Prompt Service

$21 +gst pw

Ph 548 5900

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advertising sales sarah Board reuben Dudley

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Ph 548 7162


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500ml Bostik contact Adhesive

A general purpose contact adhesive formulated to 1.2 to 2.4m give high bond strength and high heat resistance. It is an excellent sole Foam CEM attaching Latex Elliptical Pillow Memory Pillowcement and SAVE SAVE Para care Bed Wedge 115mm Single SAVE is recommended Now for use on leather, resin rubber SAVE with Aloe Vera $ cartridge twin Pack and E.V.A. PVc StaticFilter Privacy Foam Mattress $$Film $ 1.8 to 3.6m, 2.4 to 4.8m

Now Keep out the autumn weather. Increase interior Anti-fatigue mat with textured surface lower and reduce noise. prevents dirt build upPremium pillow foreach Great comfort, for tummy andpower backbills sleepers. Hypo-allergenic, back and side sleepers. Moulds and Now 3 SIzES AVAILABLEsystem) Easy to install. Provides insulation. (modular interlockingshapes anti-microbial and dust mitesuperior resistant. Polycotton cover. X 50 X 50mm to50 your neck and head. Stretch knit cover. All you need is a pair of scissors. Beveled edges and corners sold separately Perfect for making Pois. High density foam creates a better Assists in easier breathing by elevating and Assorted sizes (available in yellow) Great forthe tummy and back sleepers. Hypo-allergenic, sound quality and keeps a better shape. supporting upper body region. Roll length: 4m anti-microbial and dust mite resistant. Polycotton cover.



A dimpled therapeutic and supportive supporting the upper body region.mattress overlay Sizes: 50 x 50 x 50mm, 75 x 75 x 75mm, 100 x 100 x 100mm 740and x 690pains. x (5-260)mm that reduces Size: aches Treated with ultra-fresh. Sizes: Single, Double & Queen Single

sound quality and keeps a better shape. VArIouS cut/PArt ShEEtS duty wishbone clips. extra softness.

Colours: Blue or Grey - 10mm thickness only Black, 5, 10 & 20mm thickness Available in sheets up to 80mm in thickness





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6mm x 9mm x 4m


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