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Remember last year? Well this is bigger, much bigger. Not only is it mate against mate in the division one final, as Wanderers take on Waimea Old Boys. But this year the division two sides from both clubs will also play each other in the final, creating a massive day of club rugby for the region at Trafalgar Park this Saturday. The neighbouring clubs – Taylor’s Contracting Wanderers representing Wakefield and Brightwater, and Star & Garter Waimea Old
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Heat transfer systems recalled after causing fires The Nelson Fire Service has joined Energy Safety in warning consumers who have purchased some models of Weiss Heat Transfer Units. SCHOOL HOLIDAY FUN: The Richmond Boredom Busters school holiday programme spent a day in the snow at Rainbow Ski Area last week. About 20 children are attending the holiday programme based at the Richmond Town Hall. Photo: Steve Macdonald.
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WEDNESDAY 16 July 2014
Locals in Pride of NZ finals Andrew Board Six Nelsonians have been named as finalists in the South Island section of the Pride of New Zealand awards. Kyle Paki Paki, Philip Walker, Adam Black and Gary Miller were selected as finalists in the bravery and heroism category for their rescue of the Fa’ave family in July last year. Ian Price will battle two others for the Environment award, and
Tama Easton and Mark Janssen make up two of the three finalists in the fundraiser of the year category. The awards have been running over the past two months, searching for the country’s most inspiring stories. In Nelson, more than 20 people were nominated, with six making it to the South Island finals in Christchurch on August 7. The South Island winners of each category will then go to
the national finals in Auckland in early September, meeting winners of the three regions in the North Island. Kyle Paki Paki says he was “absolutely humbled” when he found out he had made the finals. He says he will be taking his mum with him to the dinner. “Mum was the first person I opened up to after the accident, so she knows what I’ve been through and she was the first person I thought of.”
Quiz for new lungs The world championship quiz night is here. This Friday night at the Waimea Old Boys clubrooms in Richmond, Mike Corkill and his six children will be hoping to crown a new “world champion”. The tongue-in-cheek title of the quiz was penned by Mike’s kids, who are hoping it will go a long way to helping Mike reach his $100,000 fundraising goal for a new pair of lungs. So far the family has raised more than $20,000 for the operation, which he needs to have to live. The operation isn’t funded by the government because Mike has a small chance of kidney failure after the operation. But if it’s successful, then Mike will be able to live for years and
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Dog care services around the Tasman district are booming, as the owners get busier and the dogs become hairier and more pampered. Twenty years ago there was just food (usually a can of Fido), vet's bills and registration, but today dog owners are also spending money dog groomers, walkers, trainers, whisperers, toys, clothing and expensive speciality health foods. The New Zealand Companion Animal Council estimates that the country's dog owners spend an average of $1047 each year on their dogs, and that amount doesn't surprise Richmond vet Brenda Halliwell. "Everyone is busier rushing around after children and working, and they still want the fun of having a pet," Brenda says. "So what's happening is that they are paying people to groom and walk their dogs so they don't feel guilty about not doing it themselves." Brenda, who works for Town and Country Vet, says there's also been an increase in dog breeds that don't shed hair and that's increased the demand for dog groomers. "There are lots of smaller, fluffier crosses out there now and they need grooming. We call them oodles- they're the poodle and bichon frise and shih tzu crosses." One of Richmond's newest dog groomers, Lauryce Colvill, who operates the Hole Diggers Dog Spa, says she started off her business part-time in March last year, but went full-time in November because she couldn't keep up with
the demand. Now she grooms up to 20 dogs a week during the peak season in summer, usually taking two hours and charging around $60 for each dog. Lauryce says she provides the full range of grooming, including washing, removing matted hair, clipping, nail and teeth care and even nail art. Although many of her clients have dog breeds that need regular trimming and coat care, like border collies and spaniels, the majority are dog owners who simply enjoy pampering their best friend. "They love their dogs and like to pamper them. Their dogs are just as important to them as people." Dog owner David Macdonald says he brings his border collie, Sophie, into Lauryce every three or four months for a groom and for a clipping in summer. "We love Sophie and we like to give her all the best care," David says. "And we can see she gets looked after here - you can see that Lauryce loves them too." And according to veteran animal control officer John Bergman, David is typical of Tasman's 6500 dogs owners who give the the vast majority of the district's 10,300 dogs the best of care. "We are spoiled in this area. People in Tasman look after their dogs really well. "We talk to dog control officers around the country and in a lot of places they won't go onto a property alone - it's too dangerous. We do see the bad ones here, but not many of them."
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TDC to fix ‘poorly designed’ roads One of the Tasman district’s deadliest corners is being realigned while improving two black spots on Lower Queen St and controlling pedestrian crossings on Salisbury Rd are on a list of other minor roading improvements projects being investigated by the council. A left-hand corner on Kerr’s Hill in Golden Downs is being realigned after two fatal motorcycle crashes in the last four years. The council’s transportation manager Gary Clark, says a combination of misleading “horizontal and vertical” curves was identified as a factor in both fatalities and contractors Higgins are presently rea-
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ligning the corner. Gary says the corner was poorly designed because it had “a curve and then a straight and then a tighter curve going downhill”. That sometimes resulted in motorcyclists going into the second corner too fast and crossing the centre line - both fatalities happened when motorcycles collided head-on with cars. The realignment is expected to be finished in about three weeks. The council has also commissioned designs for two intersections on Lower Queen St which carries 7000 cars a day and is the district’s second busiest road. There have been 10 crashes at the Swamp
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FA’AVAE TO SPEAK AT FUNDRAISER: World champion adventure racer Nathan Fa’avae and record breaking caver Neil Silverwood, will be the guest speakers at an Outdoors Indoors fundraising evening at The Boathouse starting at 6pm on July 30, organised by Stoke company Absolute Wilderness. Tickets cost $10 and can be purchased online at absolutewilderness.co.nz or at Rollo’s Outdoor Centre and R and R Sport. All proceeds go to the Nelson-Marlborough Rescue Helicopter. $10,000 UP FOR GRABS: Ten thousand dollars will be given to charity, thanks to the Car Company $10,000 Charity Drive. Applications for the charity drive are open until August 22. For a nomination form visit www.carcompanynelson.co.nz or pop into any Car Company yard. MAKOS SIGN FORMER ALL BLACK: The Tasman Makos have signed former All Black halfback Jimmy Cowan on a one year contract for the upcoming ITM Cup season. The 32 year old, capped 51 times by New Zealand, comes via English club Gloucester and was a crowd favourite at Southland and the Highlanders.
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A man died after being hit by a passing car on the Moutere Highway Sunday night. The 40 year old’s small van was parked at the side of the road when he was hit by a passing vehicle and killed. The driver of that vehicle was uninjured and is receiving victim support. Police would like to speak to a motorist who exited Redwood Valley Rd, heading towards Richmond, about 6.20pm and drove through the crash scene. Anyone with information should contact Nelson Police on 546 3840.
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The Nelson Tramping Club will be looking back to when its members wore hob-nailed boots and oil skins and carried heavy canvas packs when they celebrate the club’s 80th anniversary at St Arnaud next weekend. About 40 of the club’s past and present members will be attending the anniversary at the Alpine Lodge and Lake Rotoiti Community Hall on Saturday and Sunday. Club secretary Pat Holland says they will be holding a dinner at the Lodge on Saturday as well as slide shows and displays covering the club’s history. “Some of the slides and photos are really interesting,” Pat says. “They give a good insight into the club’s history. “The members were hardier back then because they had to be. The carried heavier packs everything is lightweight now - and when they went up to Mt Arthur they would have to walk up from the Graham Valley because the access road wasn’t there then. “The club also built a number of huts around the district. They built the original Rocks Hut but that’s been replaced now.” Pat says 40 trampers went on the club’s first official trip along the Dun Line and around Mt Jenkins in June 1934. The first overnight trip during August 1934 was to Mt Arthur - the
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Nelson Tramping Club party on the summit of Mt Richmond, April this year. Photo: Ray Salisbury - Hot Pixels Photography. walk to Flora Hut taking three hours due to the road end being further down Graham Valley. The club’s most popular annual trip for 50 years was a Christmas trip up to Third House. The trip was advertised nationally at one stage with numbers peaking at 300 in 1969. Pat says he is looking forward
to catching up with some of the club’s past-presidents at the anniversary weekend including Stoke’s Ian Bethwaite who is almost 90. They are also planning some days walks as long as the weather cooperates. The club has a membership of 110 and plans two trips a week generally ranging from beach strolls to alpine expeditions.
Property insights Vendors’ obligations to agents It is now a legal requirement that vendors disclose any serious faults and defects of the property to the agent at the time of signing the listing forms. For example, if your oven is not in good functioning order, or the swimming pool pump is faulty, then you must disclose this. If there is something wrong with your property and you have told the agent not to tell the buyers then the agent will have to disengage themselves from your listing agreement.
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WEDNESDAY 16 July 2014
Tama nominated for inspiring rides
Nelson mountainbiking enthusiast Tama Easton’s passion for long distance rides and a desire to help people suffering from arthritis has led to a nomination for the Pride of New Zealand’s Fundraiser of the Year Award. The former editor of Spoke mountainbiking magazine loves nothing more than getting on his bike, but last weekend Tama went for his first ride since April and could only manage a snail-paced two kilometres in 15 minutes. That’s a far cry from 2007 when he and a friend decided to ride around the Port Hills in Christchurch from sunrise to sunset on the longest day of the year. The Longest Day Ride is now a popular event for mountainbikers throughout the country but, sadly, Tama has missed three of them after being diagnosed with arthritis in 2009. The following year, Tama was well enough to ride again and decided that the 2010 edition of The Longest Day Ride would be a fundraiser for Arthritis New Zealand. The ride is now in its fourth year and has raised over $15,000 for the charity, which represents 535,000 sufferers of the 140 forms of arthritis. “I was crippled in 2009, so I missed it that year and said ‘When I’m better I’m going to
Tama Easton in a selfie taken on the Longest Day Ride last December. He is now a finalists in the Pride of New Zealand Awards. do this again. I was an absolute mess, it was hitting me really badly.” When he rode the Longest Day Ride around the Richmond Ranges with David Bonnet in 2010, Tama says it was a way of recapturing his identity because mountainbiking was such a big part of his life. “Not riding, for me, is like not eating – but I’m eyeing up the coming summer and thinking, ‘well maybe I’ll ride…’” Tama crashed out of the 2011 Longest Day Ride on a tricky section of the Wakamarina track, but rode around the route for the Tasman Great Taste Trail in 2012 and from Hanmer Springs to St Arnaud last year. But soon after that ride Tama
started going downhill and was later diagnosed with ankylosing spondylitis, a chronic inflammation of the spine and pelvis. His condition is being treated with the drug Humira, which binds to inflammatory cells and “takes them out of action”, but he still suffers from chronic pain and fatigue. Tama, who works as a web architect for Upshift Communications based in Richmond, says most people don’t realise that half of arthritis sufferers are under 65 – but now he’s got the conversation started. Whether he’s there to lead them or not, 100 people will be there in December on the Longest Day, sponsored to ride sunrise to sunset to ease others’ suffering.
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Lighting up Nelson Light Nelson exceeded all of its organisers’ expectations this year, with 40,000 people visiting over the two nights. With Friday night’s event called off due to rain, most people waited until Sunday to attend Light Nelson, with 30,000 people coming through the
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A local charity that ensures no student walks to school without shoes is taking big strides – and it’s thanks to the generosity of the community. Walk With Us, a charity set up early last year by eight Nelson businesswomen, helps fund school shoes, sport shoes and socks for local kids whose families are in need of some financial support. Walk With Us raised $15,000 at a charity auction at the end of October last year, which enabled them to start accepting application forms and get the ball rolling. President Carol Shirley says they were “really excited” with the response from the auction held at the Waimea Old Boys clubrooms, and the trust was now busy working with its six pilot schools to get shoes on the feet of students who are in need. “We had been told that some students were coming to school with bare feet or wet shoes. There is a big need out there and we keep being told it’s just getting harder and harder financially,” she says.
Walk With Us charitable trust president Carol Shirley with some of the shoes that are being given to local children who are in need of proper footwear for school. Photo: Phillip Rollo. “One of the ladies had been a teacher and she brought it home that the financial cost is quite significant for some parents, so we thought, why don’t we do shoes for children.” The way the process works is that schools will identify when there is a need and an application form will be sent to the charity. If approved, a voucher goes out to the parents, and they then go to sponsors Stirling Sport and Number One
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Having a par ty/event/func tion? Call our photographer 544 9037 or 027 532 6461 Sue Gardener and Peter Grundy at the Nelson Social Dance Club’s formal ball.
Graham Fittock and Francie Wafer on Saturday night.
Erol Goodall, Lorna Waide, John Hall and Bob Young.
Christine and Allan Kneale at the formal ball.
Briar and John Wells on Saturday night.
This week we went along to the Nelson Social Dance Club’s formal ball at Broadgreen Intermediate School’s hall on Saturday night. The theme was a formal evening on a cruise liner and was attended by 100 people. On Saturday night, we also went out to HQ in Brightwater for the after-match of the Wanderers versus Kahurangi game. Do you have a party coming up? Contact our photographer on 544 9037. Catch up with us on
Bruce Craig and Pam Fallow at the Nelson Social Dance Club’s formal ball on Saturday night.
Andrew Knewstubb, Stein Schreiber, Latu Siaki and Brad Tuni at HQ in Brightwater. Neil Bowe, Jacob Gibson, Jason Gibson and Ruby Gibson at the Sprig & Fern in Brightwater. Carolyn Wiffen and Danielle Graham at HQ on Saturday night.
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Marion and Eldon Dickson at the Nelson Social Dancing Club’s formal ball at Broadgreen Intermediate School on Saturday night.
Tone Ng Shiu, Ben Douglas, Ciua James and Dwayne Polataivao at HQ.
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Queen St businesses: What a joy and delight it is for the residents of Richmond to know we have another estate agent opening in Queen St. So reassuring, so useful, so convenient .and soooooo needed. We don’t want the likes of cobblers, tailors, bakers, book retailers, butchers or confectioners cluttering up the main street. No, get the really essential people in, eh. Am I a cynic? You’re sooooooo right I am. Yours cynically, David Cook, Richmond.
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Tried to get in, waited for ages. Wish it would stay for another night or two, would of liked to have seen it! Magan Oliver-Lowe. Too many peeps to see everything properly, and felt for the elderly. Very hard for them to navigate their way around. There were too many allowed on the bridge at once. Would have been better if was on longer instead of everyone cramming into three nights. But what we did see was awesome. Karen Ferguson. Very disappointing, think last years’ was way better. And gates not very organised-staff not knowing what was happening. Pauline Van Der Plas. Too many people. Hard for the little ones. Barely any room to move. I would have loved it if it was on longer so less people. Bonnie Geiger.
It was freakin’ awesomeness. Kids and adults loved it. Bridget Hobden.
Way too busy! Need to have it one way the whole way around. In one entrance, out the other. Also, it should be for the whole school holidays. Why just one weekend? Cherie Llewellin.
Didn’t even get through standing waiting for an hour. Amelia Barnsdale. We just got home from the madness! Think the number of people there made it hard to see everything. Verity Bartlett.
Lighting along the sides of the paths would be helpful... it was a little scary not knowing where the steps or edges of the paths were with so many people crushed together. Lee Punt.
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The Nelson Christadelphians invite you to a series of Seminars on the subject
The Message of the Bible The first seminar in this weekly series will be held on
Sunday 27 July 2014 at the
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moving and getting nowhere!! Need to organize directions and movements around gardens. Casey Brown.
Thoughts on Light Nelson: Beautiful! Kuraarangi Ropoama.
Went last night, had a great time! I enjoyed the flow, that you could go where you liked etc at your own pace... I think some of the paths could have been illuminated a bit better though, and maybe some people encouraging the crowd to move? Me and my toddler were trying to get a glimpse of something while standing behind two women gasbagging about their great-aunt. We waited ages and they wouldn’t move from the front row, so we went to look at something else. Sarah Kerby. So glad we didn’t go. Went last year and it was awesome. But having the first night cancelled, they should have put an extra night on to make up for it. Dave Wassa. Didn’t enjoy it as way to squashed in and not very good instructions. I’m sure the lights were cool, but it was madness. Anita Newport. Thought the venue is far too small for the crowd that attended tonight. I got sick of being abused for trying to get around with stroller after all it was listed as a family event. Cheryl Remnant. We got there at 5.30 so left before it got crazy, really enjoyed it! Daughter went splat a few times cos she couldn’t see steps, but she wasn’t bothered. Great effort by all those involved!! Elaine Lourens. It was an amazing festival! Thank you to all the artists, volunteers and organisers! Stephanie Williams.
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y a D s a m t Chris 2014 Elizabeth Catering, aware that members and others plan early, are announcing their delicious Traditional Christmas Buffet Lunch. Club Waimea will be the venue with the same menu and the same price as before. You will have to book early or you may miss out. See you there.
Traditional Christmas Buffet Lunch 11.30am to 2pm $60 - Adults Children aged 6 to 12 years - $1 per year of age. Children 5 years and under - free.
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Ladies fours team who were runner up at the Clubs NZ ladies nationals indoor bowls tournament hosted by Upper Hutt cossie Club. Jean McKenzie, Monica Kennedy, Pat Stade and Diana Hemopo.
On the June 19 member No 1155 was not here so the $1,500 prize was not won and member No 1045 was not here and their $ 900 prize was not won. On the June 26 member No 166 was not here and the $1,500 prize was not won and member No 1436 was not here and the $1,000 prize was not won. On the July 3 member No 225 was here and claimed the $1,500 prize but member No 228 was not here and the $1,100 prize was not won. On the July 10 member No 1583 was not here and the $1,200 was not won. On the July 17 there will Manager John Hewison with winner be a $1,300 prize to be won. Could it be you? Wayne Thorne.
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National Golf Club Waimea entered two ladies teams in the Clubs NZ ninth Ladies National Golf Tournament held on the May 31 and June 1. The event was
hosted by the Hornby Working Men`s Club and was played at the McLeans Island Golf Club. As you can see from the photos Fran Suther-
land and Barbara Winstone came seventh and Shirley Berney, an unknown and Anna Lucas came eighth. Well done girls.
Fran Sutherland and Barbara Winstone.
New Defibrillator On the June 30, 2014 the Richmond Rotary presented Club Waimea President, Jan Phipps, with a Defibrillator. Club staff will have a training course before it will be made
Shirley Berney and Anna Lucas with tournament convenor Marie McLeod (centre).
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The Motor Trade Association (MTA) was established in 1917 to create a sustainable business advantage for members and to benefit the motoring public. The organisation represents more than 4000 automotive industry professionals and has the whole motor vehicle industry covered from general repair workshops, vehicle sales, service stations, auto electrical to repairers in fields such as automotive fuels, collision repair and outdoor power equipment. What make the members of the MTA reliable and trusted names are the high standards that must be met and maintained to be a member. MTA members are all highly professional in their field of expertise and are bound by a code of
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Use MTA Good Guys created for their members is what sets MTA members apart from others in the same field and can mean a weight off your shoulders when it comes to finding a business you can trust. The MTA is governed by a board of directors who meet regularly and the MTA council comprises the board, branch presidents and committee chairs. Wendy Peterson has been recently elected as the MTA President for Nelson after being involved with the Nelson branch committee for around seven years. The Nelson executive is a small group of around six people who work together to organise training and opportunities for the membership in the region. Her role as president will also see her attend meetings with other MTA execu-
tives and represent Nelson nationally. “I guess it was the next step for me. I took it as a challenge for me and the chance for some personal development,” says Wendy. “I also enjoy getting a better insight into the workings of the MTA which only an executive position can offer.” Wendy and her husband have been a part of the MTA ever since they took over Wakefield Auto Services and believe in the benefits of the organisation for them as owners as well as the public. Wendy can also act as your first port of call for any inquiries or if you would like to request the MTA’s mediation service. For more information on the MTA visit the website at www. mta.org.nz, contact Wendy on 03 541 8121 or email admin@wasl. co.nz.
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Father and son team Neil and James Simpson have a passion for guns and shooting, and this has been their inspiration for opening a new specialty gun store in Motueka. Together Neil and James have spent 16 years working in sports shops and have decided to use their extensive knowledge on guns and the art of shooting to help customers by opening The Gun Shop, which has gun enthusiasts solely in mind. Neil has been around guns for 45 years or so and is a keen gun man with a background in everything from clay shooting to hunting and pistol shooting while his son James, having been born and bred
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into guns and shooting, has been to two world getting outdoors. “We can take people clay championships and two Oceania competitions shooting and tutor them in shooting which for clay target shooting. To cut a long story also helps them with their hunting and Dad short, they are well versed in the ways of the fire- can coach first timers and give them a good all arms industry round service,” and are looksays James. ing forward to “We can put meeting many most people on other likethe right path for clay shootminded people through this ing and game shooting too.” new venture. As well as being Neil and James practical hands offer hunton shooters ers a lifetime of knowledge with a compreand are more hensive knowledge, The Gun than happy to Shop will stock give advice on a huge range things they’ve of products for learnt over the everyday the years to hunter or gun enhance the outdoor ex- Father and son team James and Neil Simpson have a passion man. With guns periences of for guns and are excited to be opening the doors of their new from Browning, their custom- venture, The Gun Shop Motueka, this Saturday. Miroku, Remington , Marlin, ers. “That’s our motto now,” says Neil. “It’s run by shooters for Howa and Bettinsoli, Federal, Norma and Horshooters.” Neil is also a qualified shotgun coach nady Ammunition, ADI gun powder and many and experienced gun men are not the only ones other brands including Hunters Element, Ridgethat The Gun Shop can help when it comes to line, Buck Knives, Tasco and Bushnell scopes
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Ph 528 4276 quality products to make outdoor boys at The Gun Shop opposite KFC pursuits successful and enjoyable on the high street in Motueka. They’ll for the seasoned hunter or a begin- be open weekdays from 9am-5:30pm ner looking for a full kit out to get and Saturdays from 9am-3pm. For started. After 45 years around guns more information on how Neil and and 25 years in the trade, Neil and James can help you, email them at James will help you with all of your firstname.lastname@example.org or give shooting and hunting requirements. them a call on 03 528 4276. The Gun Shop will be open to the public on July 19 and Neil and James will be celebrating with opening specials across the store including 10 per cent off selected Federal Fusion Centrefire Ammunition and re• Restoration of Antique and Service of duced price clothing Modern Firearms from Ridgeline in• Over 40 years experience cluding stay-dry trou• Manufacture of unavailable parts a speciality sers and grizzly jack• Specialised metal and woodworking skills ets. There are plenty • Rust Blueing • Chambering more discounts on • Re-Barrelling clothing, rifles, shot• Licenced Firearms Dealer guns, ammunition and shooting accesDr Dave Ward sories so get in quick 021 277 3115 or 543 3777 to check them out and email@example.com get yourself a bargain. Come in and see the
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Both Neil and James actively participate in hunting and shooting at competitive and recreational levels. This experience and knowledge led to them choosing “Run by Shooters for Shooters” as their new store’s motto. and binoculars, Swarvoski will go a step further by taking fortnight in Scotland and clay scopes and Nikon optics. They willing shooters out to practice shooting as often as was possiare a one stop shop for gun en- with their clay targets, skills ble. “Me and my wife were gothusiasts offering services such which can also be used in any ing through 1000 cartridges a as re-loading, gun repairs and type of hunting. week easily,” he says. servicing and fitting scopes. Previously Neil owned a gun The Gun Shop will be a unique “Basically just the whole nine shop in England for five years addition to the Tasman District yards for everything to do with before immigrating to New because it specialises solely guns,” says Neil. The Gun Shop Zealand but what gives him the in hunting and guns. Simican talk you through calibres edge over others was the huge lar stores cater to fishing and so you know what you need for amount of shooting he did over hunting but Neil and James are the shooting you’re doing and there, including stalking every proud to provide a range of top
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Fayette Lane Storage Where can you find us? Fayette Lane Storage is located in Stoke, off Nayland road. Turn into Ecodale place, taking the first right, easy accessibility into Fayette Lane Storage located to the right hand side. We offer a safe environment for caravans, campervans, buses, and boats. Being fully fenced and located in a safe area, we can promise you’re leaving your vehicles in good hands. What are the rules with renting a sight? You don’t have to commit yourself to a long term agreement, with a standard fee of $50 per month on each site; this storage is large enough for any vehicle! What is available on site? We provide a fantastic water service, not only can you use this facility to fill your water tanks but you can also empty your toilets and grey water tanks as well. Feel free to visit our facilities and if you have any ideas to improve our site, Please phone 027 245 8192.
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What benefits do families get from coming to BabySpace? The feedback from parents tells us they love the small group size, individualised care, welcoming and calm atmosphere, inviting child focussed environment and extensive range of resources. Parents feel confident their children are in a safe environment supported to be all they can be with fantastic teachers. What sets your business apart? BabySpace has an incredibly stable teaching team with no changes to its permanent team since it opened in 2008. This means our team has been able to develop really good teaching practices that set up quality interactions, planning and assessment of children’s learning. How are parents/whanau involved in their children’s education at BabySpace? Our emphasis on establishing excellent relationships with families ensures a collaborative approach to individualised care. We value the sharing of aspirations for children’s learning and opportunities for daily interaction between parents and teachers about their children interest’s needs and passions. The children’s Learning Stories books provide further opportunities for sharing of information to enhance learning.
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What services do you provide? We provide a bark and mulch spreading service to the Nelson region as well as general landscaping and garden maintenance. We can spread different grades of bark as well as compost on areas starting at two cubic metres to large commercial and lifestyle block gardens.
What services can you provide people with? I provide total pest management and control solutions to keep your home healthy and free of unwelcome bugs and rodents. Pest Management and Training Services specialises in the control of invasive insects, birds, general pests and rodent control.
How does it work? Our bark blower has a flexible hose that is used to distribute the bark with a reach of up to 60m so it’s a great option for sloped and hard to reach gardens and we supply the bark at competitive prices. What are the advantages of the bark blower? You get an even spread over your garden to whatever thickness you require. It’s a quick and cost effective option that’s great for difficult access areas and can be placed accurately around plants and flowers to avoid damage. The bark blower can spread bark or mulch with very minimal mess and we always tidy up after ourselves. We also offer free quotes if you email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone us on 021 132 3223.
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Why should people choose your business instead of others in your field? Because I’ve got over 30 years of experience in this industry which means I have a comprehensive and professional knowledge about pest control and I can help people with pest control solutions that others businesses in the same field aren’t able to offer. Are you a member of an association? Yes, I’m a member of Pest Management Association of New Zealand which provides me and my customers with protection. My customers can be assured that when they turn to Pest Control and Management Services they know they’ll be dealing with someone whose practices will safely and efficiently rid their homes of pests.
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What sets your business apart from others in your field? Holidays should be a fun experience, so we make sure that for our customers, the fun starts when they are working with us to put together their holiday and doesn’t finish until they step off the plane at home.
Why use a funeral director? If you had someone close to you pass away today would you know what to do? Whether you have a full funeral or a direct cremation a funeral director knows all the different things that have to be done, has the appropriate knowledge, resources and equipment and can complete all the complicated paperwork that is involved.
What is the most satisfying part of the job? Hearing from customers that the holiday/travel plans we worked on together went perfectly as planned, and that the recommendations we made were just what they wanted. At Harvey World of Travel we specialise in creating the perfect holiday and hearing that people have had a great time is what we love to hear. What benefits do customers receive when they come to you? Customers receive the combined experience of our entire travel agency. There are three of us here, all with different travel experiences and areas of expertise. Regardless of who the customer might be dealing with, all three of us might provide advice on a destination or particular product and we make the whole process fun and enjoyable.
What’s a funeral director’s role? They help arrange and collate all the information provided by the family, ascertain family wishes, liaise with ministers, celebrants, cemetery, crematorium and council staff, arrange pallbearers, headstones, complete all the official forms, register the death and importantly help relieve family stress so your family can start the grieving process. Why Anisys? We are small enough to offer you personalised service yet big enough to provide for all the alternatives from full funerals to cremations to natural burials. You get a cost competitive company providing handcrafted caskets made by Laurie himself. We will talk you through all the steps that need to be taken care of, take your worries away, answer your questions and listen to what you want.
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Collision Centre What services do you provide for customers? We provide a friendly service with helpful and knowledgeable staff that will go the extra mile to get clients back on the road as soon as possible. Collision Centre Richmond offers a superior paint finish using specialty tools for high quality accident collision repair. What benefits do customers gain by coming to you instead of others in your field? We look after both you and your vehicle offering late model courtesy cars, with quick processing and repair times. Our qualified staff give clients the best advice for repairing their vehicle. Whether it’s an insurance claim or private repair job, we pride ourselves on producing work that is to the highest standard.
What products do you offer customers? We can provide a comprehensive range of products for both the building trade and local gardeners which includes bark, bricks, compost, fertilizers, garden edging, pea straw, sand, sawdust, topsoils, pavers and gravels but for a complete list of our products visit our website at www.stokegl.co.nz.
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Why should customers come to you instead of other businesses in your field? With most products in store and a short order time for anything that is out of stock, plus a delivery service, convenience and customer service are paramount for our family business. We also have a fantastic display area for those who need a boost of inspiration as well as courtesy trailers.
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Do you have a good reputation with Insurance companies? Yes. We are approved repairers for all major insurance companies, having met the high standards and requirements insurance companies insist on. We are approved repairers for companies such as AA, SIS Insurance, Vero, AMP, IAG (State Insurance), NZI and AMI.
How did you get into this line of business? Stoke Garden & Landscapes is a well established business that has been running for more than 20 years. We, the Suttons, have owned and run Stoke Landscape and Garden Supplies since 2005 and since April 1 2008 have taken over Sand & Land in Pascoe Street, Nelson in order to expand the range we could offer customers across the two sites.
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Are you taking on new clients? Due to recent changes in our office we are actively seeking new clients and would be happy to discuss services we can provide.
What services do you provide for customers? We’re a lunch bar with a big, big difference! Real food for lunch or catering for meetings, birthday shouts or training sessions. We cook and make everything on site from scratch. We roast or slow cook all our own meats. Our menu changes frequently to include interesting fresh and different food. What makes Food Zone a great place to come? Our job is to make what you want to eat. I make everything myself and I won’t sell you something I wouldn’t eat. Good for the body or good for the soul - we have it all. We’re already cooking by 6am so stop in for breakfast and we make a range of cakes for special occasions so call in because we have everything covered. What is Food Zone famous for? Old fashioned homemade Real Blokes Food, an ever changing, interesting range of pies and our attitude to and the way we listen to our customers and include what they want to eat.
Do you do anything besides accounts and tax? We provide GST, wages and employment related services, creditor payments, company secretarial and software consultancy. ACC management. Monthly reporting. What does it cost a small business to use chartered accountancy services? This will depend on a number of factors such as your record keeping and what services you require but we are happy to provide a fixed price contract or quote together with flexible payment methods that suit you. Choosing an accountant should not be about cost but value and we will guarantee you value. Why use Craig Anderson Ltd as your accountant? CAL has been providing accountancy services to the Tasman region for 45 years we are experienced and qualified we know how to keep you on the right side of the IRD, how to minimise tax, file accurate returns, make life simpler for you and help you reach your goals. Some of our key values are honesty, integrity, confidentiality and independence. We will always honour any commitment we make to you.
Call in for quick, fresh, old fashioned, home-made food, made on the premises. Office shouts, meetings & training sessions Phone Monique to discuss your needs • Paninis• Sushi • Savouries • Club Sandwiches • Mini Wraps • Homemade Slices • Scones • Filled Rolls • Real Blokes Burgers • Interesting range of fresh, home-made pies • Gluten free & vegetarian options available • Delivery can be arranged.
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What benefits do people get from coming to you instead of other business’s in your field? They’re dealing with a small business so they’re going to get a one on one service with myself. Customers can trust they’re going to get the best standard of workmanship because they are talking to the owner and operator on every job.
How can joinery be used to create a beautiful and practical home? Quality and aesthetically pleasing joinery can set your home apart from the rest and is an area of highly specialised craftsmanship. It’s important to take the time to carefully select a look that will not only look great in your home but suit your lifestyle and requirements. Instead of a catalogue kitchen, Prestige Joinery can offer computer design systems and their own skills to design you a unique kitchen or vanity.
What services can you provide people with? We’ve got lots of facets to our business such as septic tank/waterblasting/waste removal which includes everything from removing waste water, unblocking drains and camera work. We also do sand blasting and industrial painting. We’re fully mobile so we can go anywhere and everywhere, we can do big jobs requiring abseiling or minor domestic work. What do you pride yourselves on? A lot of people just do sand blasting but we’re a one stop shop. There’s nothing that we can’t do. We’re really good at solving problems for people and we can adapt and make things happen for the customer.
Why should customers use your business instead of others in the same field? I have been crafting quality kitchens, vanities and customer furniture in Nelson for around 30 years and I have many satisfied and repeat customers who have contributed to Prestige Joinery’s good reputation. We’re also a small business so you’ll be dealing with me the entire time from design to installation. What projects can Prestige Joinery help with? They offer a huge range of joinery from full kitchen fit outs, laundry and bathroom joinery and wardrobe and cupboard design to smaller jobs like replacing new cupboard fronts or bench tops.
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CUS ON WAKEFIELD Wakefield Pool AGM
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The AGM for the Wakefield School and community pool is being held on Tuesday 29 July at 7:30pm in the Wakefield School staff room. The public are invited to come along. If anybody is considering joining the committee they are more than welcome to attend or can phone Lydia Visser on 021 125 5615 for more information.
Wakefield Bowling Club Board members Harry Beckers, Linda Sisterson, Peter Sisterson, Margaret Eames, Julie Hall, Arnold Mason and Donald Gibbs, with the letter from Bowls New Zealand confirming the Gold Award.
Bowling Club achieves Bowls NZ Gold status Wakefield Bowling Club has recently had its two-yearly Bowls NZ “club check” assessment by community development officer Loraine McLeod and has achieved the gold standard, scoring 104 points from a maximum 105. “This award recognises the emphasis your club puts on maintaining the high standard
set,” says Loraine. “I commend you for this and also acknowledge the leaders in the club for your drive and dedication.” Loraine will also be putting Wakefield forward for the Bowls NZ Club of the Year award, which is a significant achievement for the small country club and its proud members.
News from Wakefield School
Fairy Tales Matai Tahi students at Wakefield School are enjoying looking at a range of fairy tales in preparation for their production next term. So they were given a challenge to make a raft or boat for their gingerbread man, who was being chased and had to get across the river to the other side. The children’s crafts were tested in the school swimming pool.
Tasman District Library Book Quiz By Arin and Sarah (Year 5) Recently, a team of four students from Wakefield School took part in the Tasman District Library book quiz. The team of four [Sarah, Arin, Blake and Gian] carefully studied three books, Project Huia, Dunger
and Anzac Day. The team called themselves the Wakefield Hunters. They were all dressed in camo gear and you could hardly recognize them. There were 10 other teams participating from Lake Rotoiti School to Richmond School. The first round of questions was on the book Dunger and was brainstretchingly hard. The next two rounds were equally as hard. The last round was on general knowledge of popular books. When the quiz was over, everyone sat there holding their breath, waiting for the name of the winning team to be called. Wakefield was surprised and delighted to hear that they had won for the second year in a row.
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You’ll know Selina Max as the ex-owner of hair salon Ruby Tuesdays. Now the H a i r S a l o n award-winning hair stylist has opened a brand new business in Wakefield. Lu Mu Ru offers clients the professionalism and skills of qualified hair stylists with the peace and quiet of a boutique salon. Selina has created the salon from her Arrow St home, a i her r Syoung a l o famn allowing her to spend more time H with ily and get to know the Wakefield community. She is committed to giving her clients the best of both worlds, with a country cottage atmosphere, 100 per cent natural organic products and an exclusive oneon-one service that is affordable for everyone. Estelle Wilkinson also has experience owning her own business in Nelson and together they are welcoming new and existing clients to come and enjoy the delights of this intimate salon. Selina and Estelle are constantly working to stay up to date with modern techniques to give their clients the best results, but Lu Mu Ru offers more than a simple hair care service. Their selection of herbal teas and coffee’s are all part of the experience and the beautiful salon lends itself perfectly to weddings. For special events, friendly service and professional stylists, make an appointment at Lu Mu Ru on 027 541 8322.
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Art expo the ‘finest yet’ The third annual Art Expo Nelson brought some of the best artisans out into one space, and the public responded by turning out in their thousands. Project manager Nic Foster says the quality of the work continues to reach new highs, and local attendee Maxine McNabb, agrees. “The talent has risen every year.” From etchings to oils, and sculpture to fabrics, the different mediums made for an eclectic col-
lection of the stunning talents. Contributor Jeff Connell says he tries to portray creativity when working on a new piece. “[I’m] always looking at light and landscape to have convincing spaces… a painting you can look into and, in your mind’s eye, move around inside it.” And as part of her creative process, Nelson artist Ruth Vaega says she spent hours observing a robin for one of her etchings.
By Susan Gill, Church on the Hill. Most of us like a comfortable life, don’t we? We’ve worked hard. We deserve our physical comforts. Our preference for comfort often extends beyond the material to relationships and to emotional ease. We don’t like to be challenged. We surround ourselves with people who make us feel good. We don’t like to confront someone if they have upset us. Anything for a quiet life right? Really? Is a quiet life the best we can hope for? Looking back, the places where I’ve been pushed, stretched, challenged, have brought the richest rewards. Those
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and it is going to be expensive. I’m also a little stressed because my son has been invited to other kid’s birthdays and buying those gifts will also be a strain. Do you have you any suggestions? A: Keeping up with what you think everyone else expects can take the fun out of the parties for parents. Release yourself from huge expectations and get back to celebrating the birthday. Try these suggestions: Work out how much you can afford and stick to it. Get your older child involved in planning their birthday with the budget you have set, letting them make decisions about what they want and what they can do without. DIY as much as possible: cake, food, games and cheap entertainment (eg.DVD hire) Ask parents not to bring a present for your child, but instead bring a gold coin OR set a price limit on gifts. Other parents will thank you and can do the same for their child. Forgo the elaborate goodie bags- a piece of cake wrapped in a serviette is a nice treat to take home. Birthday parties are not a competitive event; don’t buy into the idea of ‘keeping up with the Joneses’. Truth be told the ‘Joneses’ probably can’t afford everything either. Your different approach to parties may well start a new trend with the other parents!
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Many local art enthusiasts found that a valuable highlight of the expo has been the opportunity to speak one-on-one with the creators of the work, to find out more about the story behind each piece. Nic Foster, project manager of the expo, says he is “stoked” with how the weekend unfolded, with 6200 people through the door and art sales up 15 per cent on last year.
places of growth and development. Sometimes that involved a lot of kicking and struggling on my part as I was dragged reluctantly from the comfortable now into uncomfortable change. Brené Brown has written a book called Daring Greatly. It’s a great book. What has stuck with me most is the idea of normalising discomfort. Recently I heard that 57% of an average young person’s communication is via technology. This is not all bad. It’s wonderful to be able to Skype, facebook, twitter rellies and friends overseas. It’s a quick way of keeping up with what’s happening. It’s also an easy way
to avoid the difficult conversations, to avoid truth-telling and truth-receiving. Face to face, honest communication, is best, even if sometimes uncomfortable. Someone said they didn’t think they’d invite Jesus to dinner. You never know what he’d say or do. Jesus is very blunt to those who needed some straight talk; the bullies, the self-righteous, the smart alec know-it-alls. Jesus has no idea what it is to be PC. Jesus thrives on bringing discomfort. (Jesus is always very kind to the vulnerable; to those in trouble though.) I’m slowly learning that discomfort is a good thing. It alerts us to the growing edge; to the places of challenge and potential. Wanna grow? Easy. Don’t run from discomfort. Embrace it.
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Some of the athletes who will represent Nelson and New Zealand at the Commonwealth Games this month. They are, from left; 1500m runner Julian Matthews, rugby sevens player Bryce Heem, lawn bowlers Shannon and Amy Mcilory and hockey player Anita Punt. Photos: Dominic Channon/Phillip Rollo/Dirk Markgraf.
Commonwealth Games draw closer A record contingent of Nelson athletes will represent New Zealand at the Commonwealth Games, and the countdown to Glasgow is nearly up, with the event just over a week away. Cyclist George Bennett has already been ruled out after sustaining an injury in a crash last month, but ten others from Nelson will be wearing the silver fern in Glasgow, and some of those for the first time. The Nelson contingent is; Anita Punt (hockey), Julian Matthews (athletics) Amy Mcilory (lawn bowls), Shannon Mcilroy (lawn bowls), Jo Edwards (lawn bowls), Val Smith (lawn bowls) Bryce Heem (rugby sevens), Shannon Francois (netball), Mark Brewer (judo) and Jack Bauer (cycling).
1500m runner Julian Matthews, a former Nelson College student, will be one of those competing at the Commonwealth Games for the first time. Speaking via email from the Athletics NZ athlete’s base in Cardiff, Julian says reality has finally sunk in that he will be competing at the Games. “It’s taken a while to sink in, but it has now – I arrived at the Athletics NZ athlete’s base here in Cardiff a couple of days ago and being around all the other team members has made it more of a reality for me. I’m really looking forward to getting my uniform and being able to try on that black singlet, while trying to keep the pressure of the event at bay for a bit longer, of course,” he says. Julian will be targeting a place
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in the 1500m final and will “see what happens” from there. “The 1500 is such an exciting race, it really comes down to the day and tactics, so you never know what might happen.” Coming from a “very sport-orientated” family, Julian has always dreamed of someday representing New Zealand since picking up athletics as a 13 year old. “To be able to compete at the Commonwealth Games is such an honour – I am so excited to be able to represent my country at an international event, and especially one that is close to so many Kiwis’ hearts.”
Nelson Waimea Gun Club results Nelson Waimea Gun Club saw a beautiful day on Sunday for the 2014 75 Ball Trap Championships. HOA: Damian Briggs from Barrytown Gun Club on 64 ex 75. A Grade: 1st Paul Black 61, 2nd Wesley Oldham 59, 3rd John Booth 49. B Grade: 1st Grant Crosbie 61, 2nd Vaughan Workman 53, 3rd Murray
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Nelson’s best hopes of a gold medal, outside of the rugby sevens team, lie with veteran bowlers Jo and Val. Jo won a gold medal in the pairs in 2002, while Val finished second in the singles in 2010. The duo, who are good mates off the green, are teaming up in the pairs this year and have a proven track record at international events. The next best prospect is Anita and the women’s Black Sticks hockey team. Anita, who is one of the most experienced players in the team with 155 caps, has been scoring for fun in recent internationals and was part of the squad which won a silver medal in Dehli. Amy and Shannon have the unique story of being husband
and wife, as well as members of the New Zealand lawn bowls team. When she was named in the squad to attend her first Commonwealth Games, Amy said she just wanted to make her family proud, and would be thinking of her late uncle and poppa when competing. “My biggest thing is definitely doing this for my family, and my mum and dad are coming over to watch.” An eleventh Nelson athlete will attend in the games, but he won’t be wearing a silver fern. Former Tasman Makos number eight Mark Bright, now 35 years old, has gained selection in the England rugby sevens team after impressing last month. The 2014 Commonwealth Games begin on July 23.
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Waimea Old Boys division two back Michael Bates celebrates scoring in Saturday’s semi-final win over Collingwood. Photo: Chris Symes/Shuttersport.
Bs aim to go one better Super Liquor Waimea Old Boys will be chasing their first Car Company division two title since 2009 when they take on Taylor’s Contracting Wanderers at Trafalgar Park this Saturday. Just three of the starting line-up – Michael Bates, Tim Fenson and Paul Burt – were part of that squad, but co-coach Wayne Bateman believes his young side have what it takes to bring the silverware back to the club after they knocked off Collingwood on Saturday. “We’re quite confident. Just like after Saturday’s game we didn’t get overawed. The boys know they’ve got a job to do this Saturday,” he says.”
Waimea Old Boys were in the final last year, but lost by just one point to champions Murchison. But with a lot of new faces, it’s hard to know whether Waimea Old Boys will be better from that experience or not. Wanderers head into the game unbeaten, and got the better of Waimea Old Boys 18-14 earlier in the season so, as expected, Wayne says his side will be underdogs. “It was quite early in the season and we had a shocker. But to me they go in as favourites because they’re unbeaten this season since the first round.” The match kicks off at Trafalgar Park at 1pm.
Star & Garter Waimea Old Boys captain Ben Coman says his side is excited to be back in the Car Company division one final, while Wanderers captain Jesse Pitman is hoping his team can right the wrongs of last year. Wanderers are justifiably the top team heading into the decider. They’ve beaten Waimea Old Boys twice already this season and finished the round robin in first place. But Waimea Old Boys come into the game on the back of some impressive form. They’ve won nine games in a row, including a win over Tasman Trophy champions Waitohi -a feat no other team managed in 2014. “Wanderers have set
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the bar pretty high this season, but we are excited about the occasion and we’re probably not putting too much weight or bearing on the fact that we won last year. We respect them as a side and we respect what they’ve done this year.” Last year, Waimea Old Boys were led by fullback James Lowe, who often ignited their exciting back line. But this year it’s a hulking forward pack which drives the team around the field. “We’ve lost some of our key Super Rugby players, but it’s probably made us work a lot harder for each other. We
know that without them we’ve had to dig deep to win games and that puts us in pretty good stead.” Like Waimea Old Boys, Wanderers have big ball-running forwards and some exciting backs, and captain Jesse Pitman says his team is better from the experience of losing 51-22 in the final last year. “We talked last year about the three year plan but we just weren’t ready. For a few of us it was our first final and we got a bit overawed by the occasion,” he says. “But we’ve learnt so much in the last year and we’re looking forward to putting that into practice come finals time.” The division one final kicks off at 3pm at Trafalgar Park.
Women chase 10s crown If Waimea Old Boys women beat Marist this weekend it’ll be six years in a row that they’ve finished the season as champions. 2014 saw the introduction of rugby tens instead of the 15-a-side format which Waimea had been so dominant in over the past five years, and with just one loss to their name heading into the final weekend of matches, Waimea are the frontrunners to win the title again. The final round of rugby tens will be played at Neale Park, starting with Waimea Old Boys ver-
sus Stoke, and Riwaka versus Marist at 12noon. It will then be followed by the Waimea Old Boys versus Marist final at 1pm, and another game between Riwaka and Stoke. If Waimea can win both their games, the title is theirs. In fact, Marist would have to beat them by a considerable margin to have any hope of pinching first place. “We’ve beaten them twice and they’ve beaten us once,” says Waimea coach Steve Curtis. “There is no final but the result of this game will decide the title.”
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The Tasman Rugby Union has selected 27 players to contest a two match pre-season tour, as selectors weigh up the final spots in the Tasman Makos squad. The Emerging Players squad will take on Canterbury and Otago in ITM Cup warm-up matches on July 30 and August 2. The squad comprises of 11 returning
Tasman Makos and 16 rising stars from the senior rugby competition. Waimea Old Boys have five players -- Tevita Cabuvati, Jeff Lepa, Peter Samu, Billy Guyton and Marty Banks -- while Wanderers have seven selected -- Tyler Kearns, Siosiua Halanukonuka, Alex Ainley, Tone Ng Shiu, Dwayne Polataivao, Trael Joass and Fletcher Matthews.
Other Nelson-based players include Marist prop Reuben Northover, Nelson backs David Havili, Mitchell Scott, Ben Tyler and Robbie Malneek, and Kahurangi first-five Mike Wells. Marlborough players make up the final nine spots. The 2014 Golden Edge Tasman Makos will be named on Monday, August 4.
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Richmond’s largest sports club is preparing to celebrate its 50th anniversary next month. Richmond Athletic Football Club was founded when two clubs merged and, while its origins are a little hazy, what is known is the year club stalwart Roy Oddy was voted in as the club’s first president – 1964. Current president, Stu Reid, is leading the organising efforts of the 50th celebrations and says it will honour its history as a laid-back, family-friendly club that has fostered the love of the game for thousands of locals. “Many of us grew up around the clubrooms at Jubilee Park, and it’s always been a club that has accepted and involved players and supporters of all ages and abilities.” The 50th anniversary will be held on the weekend of August 29 and 30. On Friday night there will be a meet and greet at the clubrooms on Jubilee Park, before a past verses present game on Saturday and a celebration dinner at Club Waimea later that night. Anyone interested in attending any of the events – not just former or current club members – can contact Stu via email at president@ richmondathletic.co.nz or phone him on 027 471 4619.
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Waimea College 10A made every post a winning one when they competed at the South Island Secondary Schools Junior Tournament held in Christchurch during the week. Waimea swept all before them as they amassed 293 goals for and only 155 against in eight games. That equates to an impressive average of 36 goals for and a mere 19 against. As the tournament got down to the “nitty gritty”, the op-
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Quiz Night fundraiser for Mike Corkill’s new lungs. Teams of 8-10 $10 per ticket. At Waimea Old Boys Clubrooms Fri 18 July. starts at 7pm Tickets available from Waimea Weekly 6 Salisbury Rd & the Mall or mikesnewlungs@gmail. com. Enquiries Sue or Jenny 544 9037. Come along & have some fun for an excellent cause! DANCE FOR FUN ( A fun way to keep fit ) Rock n Roll in Richmond, No partner needed . Mondays 14 July – 15 September. Contacts Yvonne 0212141270 firstname.lastname@example.org or Nancy 0211277892 , 5447408 email@example.com Hillary Croft from Asthma Foundation will be speaking in the quiet room of Nelson Cathedral on Tues. 29 July 10.30am. Contact Jane 5479977. MARCHING NELSON AGM Sunday July 20, 2014 @ 2 p.m. N.Z. Red Cross Rooms. Parkers Rd, Tahunanui Richmond Petanque Club … it’s more fun with 3 balls. We are a small friendly good humored group of both sexes meeting at Hope for two hours every Tuesday and would welcome a few new players. No experience or kit needed. Bring own balls or play with ours. Ph David 544 0416. Top of the South Morris Minor Car Club meeting, 1.30pm at the Tomlinson’s on Sunday 27 July. Bring a small plate for afternoon tea. Phone Julie 547 3316 by Friday 25 July. Tasman Talks Titles Book Group Do you enjoy reading and talking about books? Then our Tasman Talks Titles book group might be what you’re looking for. Join us on Wednesday 16 July, 3.00pm – 4.00pm at Richmond Library. Enter the Brook Sanctuary Wildlife Quest! Go on a quest to find out which amazing Dean Raybold art panel is lurking at which Brook Sanctuary supporter business! 5 lucky winners will claim over $2,500 in family prize packages on Saturday 2 August. Details on the entry form: www.brooksanctuary.org
REGULAR EVENTS The Brook Sanctuary will be at the Nelson Markets this Saturday! Sponsor fence posts there & get a free bumper sticker & fridge magnet, PLUS you can choose a seedling to take home - including the amazing native (& now endangered in the wild) red kaka beak plant. Fabulous! SPACE welcomes first time parents & their babies aged 0 – 12months - weekly sessions include opportunities to meet other parents, discussions on child development & parenting, music & activities. Contact Marie Lenihan 03 545 2017, 0274052174 or firstname.lastname@example.org SPEAK UP AND FIND YOUR VOICE: Boost your confidence with POWERtalk Waimea. Become the leader you want to be at our meetings in Annesbrook, 1st & 3rd Wednesday at 7pm. Please ring Linda, 5447823 or Yvonne 5446350. www. powertalknelson1.wordpress.com. Red Cross Refugee Services Would you like to make a difference & work in a team to support former refugees to resettle in Nelson? It’s fun & rewarding. Full training is provided. Next training course: 12–14 Sept. For infor call Red Cross Refugee Services email@example.com. nz or 548-4978 Bookchat meet at Stoke Library, Cnr Neale Ave & Putaitai Street the 3rd Wed. 5pm each month. Come along & relax with a coffee, have a chat about books recently read or come along to hear what others have enjoyed & join the discussion. FREE to all. Anyone interested, or needing more info, call Librarian Alyson Baker 5460416 or Librarian Stoke Mary Menzies 5468100. Mum4Mum Breastfeeding support meets the last Wed. of every month 10am-11.30am at the Ecomoon Collective Building, 120 Bridge St, Nelson. All welcome. Ph Tara 0212772098 or firstname.lastname@example.org TOASTMASTERS Develop your personal social
confidence by learning the art and skills of public speaking at Madhatters Toastmasters. Meet every Fri. 7am-8:30am. For info, ph Kate 548-6636. Richmond Playcentre invites families with children from birth to 6 years old. A fun & relaxed atmosphere. Come & enjoy 3 free visits at 46 Waverly St. Mon, Wed, Fri 9.30 -12pm or Ph 544 6316 Angie’s Aerobics STOKE.NEW CLASS Improve strength, balane,flexibility & have fun! Use balls,bands,light weights & more. Mon 10 am,$7 St Barnabas hall, Isel Park,Main rd Stoke.Ph: 5470198 Pilates - strengthen & flatten abs, relieve back pain at Richmond Town Hall, Cambridge St, Mon’s 12.30pm - Book with Sue 538 0318 or 021 0344109, mats provided. Like music & dancing? try Scottish Country Dancing in Richmond. Mon 7.45pm, no partner needed. St David’s Church Hall, Florence St, Richmond. more info. ph 5440902 Alzheimers Society. Offers information, advice, ongoing support, personal advocacy & education for people with dementia, their carers & family / whanua. For info Ph 03 5467702 or 0800 004 001. Totara Nelson Activity programme 10am-3pm, older people can get together & enjoy good company, friendship, activities & mutual support. Meals included. Transport possible & you may be eligible for financial assistance. Ph 5479350 Men In Accord are looking for new members to join our harmony chorus. Do you enjoy singing? Why not come along. We meet Tues evenings 7:15pm at Club Waimea, Ph. Dave 5402178 Social Table Tennis at Saxton stadium Wed 7pm 9pm on now! Mon & Fri 9am – noon will resume 27 Jan All Welcome. Ph Karen 5473005. Stoke Methodist Opportunity Centre (Opposite Stoke Library). Good, used clothing. Very cheap. Open every Thursday 9.30 am to 12 noon. Fill a bag for $2.00. Phone 5443226. Aqua aerobics for women. Non profit making
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