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Shots fired on popular walkway Hearing shotguns echoing in the air, and coming across dying piglets on the track, wasn’t what one Richmond man expected when he was walking his dogs last week. The man -- who didn’t want to be named -- believes walkways in the Dellside Reserve, up Kingsland Forest, are attracting hunting and poaching, and he hopes it will end before someone is hurt. He says he saw a man walking with a rifle and hunting dogs, three weeks after seeing another person in a ute with open dog boxes on the back. He also saw three “half eaten” piglets. He had reported all incidents to Tasman District Council. “They were half eaten, it was a bloody ugly sight but they were still on the track, just off where you walk. If I was a young girl and saw that I’d probably throw up,” he says. “It’s obvious that pig hunting is going on, they must’ve got the
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mother and the piglets didn’t survive the attack.” The last incident was when he spotted a hunter with a rifle in a sleeve slung over his shoulder and heard gunshots shortly after. “It was about 9.39am, I heard ‘kaboom!’, you could hear it right up the valley. It was definitely a shot gun. It’s only 200 yards from the houses on a reserve where there are heaps of people.” Tasman District Council’s reserves officer Stephen Richards says while permits can be granted for hunting, the Kingsland Forest area was not one of them, and this case was “very unusual”. “It’s a unique situation and I’d very much like to chat with the person who is involved. We take this very serious, it’s not some
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Ching Contracting’s Ollie Biggs won the Humes Young Achiever Award at the Nelson-Marlborough New Zealand Contractors Federation Awards held in Nelson last Saturday. Photo: Simon Bloomberg.
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ago and has completed a number of qualifications, including National Certificate in Infrastructure pipe-laying level three. Ollie is presently studying for National Certificate in Water Service and says Ching’s has a policy of “encouraging their staff to gain new qualifications.”
“I have always been interested in machinery and my parents encouraged me to get a trade, so this is a perfect job for me. I like working outdoors and there’s always plenty of variety too.” Ollie is the principal operator of Ching’s new five-tonne excavator and has been second-in-charge at a number of construction sites. He also gained experience as site
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“No, but I think the Commonwealth Games is important to New Zealand, if not more important than the Olympic Games.”
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foreman at the Paton’s Rock stormwater upgrade project at Takaka. Higgins Contracting Nelson won the top honour, the Hirepool Supreme Award, for the second consecutive year. Last year, Higgins Contracting Nelson won the Supreme Award for its work on the Waikawa Marina near Picton and this year it made it two in a row winning the award for completing a $2.15 million contract at the Picton Marina. Higgins Nelson manager Andrew Murphy says the contract involved redeveloping the marina basin, constructing a sea wall and boat ramp and laying 11,000 square metres of asphalt as well as altering the marina’s histori-
cally significant memorial gates. Andrew says Higgins had up to 35 people on site at the height of the project which was completed by the end of November. The contract is also a finalist for next month’s national awards. Tasman Civil won the H & S Professionals Health and Safety Award, Ching Contracting and Donaldson Civil were joint-winners of the Crombie Lockwood Award for projects valued under $200,000, Fulton Hogan won the Cable Price Award for projects valued between $200,000 and $750,000 and Downer NZ won the Land Dimensions Limited Award for projects valued from $750,000 to $1.5 million. Higgins had earlier won the Hynds Award for projects valued over $1.5 million.
popular walkway FROM PAGE 1 thing we can tolerate at all,” he says. “There’s no tolerance for people with firearms in a public reserve area and this is definitely a matter for the police.” He admits there were “a lot of pigs up there” at this time of the year, but hunting was strictly forbidden and all sightings of people carrying firearms should be reported. “We do not issue any permits for hunting in the Dellside, Kingsland Forest area. It’s used so
heavily for recreation, there’s no room for people with firearms.” Police say there are a number of offences to cover any situation involving people carrying guns unlawfully, including up to three months in prison for possessing a firearm without a licence. Both Stephen and Nelson Police say they would encourage members of the public to report any incidents which could involve someone with a firearm in that area.
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‘Smart’ power meters coming to town New smart power meters, which will be installed in up to 40,000 properties around Nelson and Tasman over the next two years at a cost of $15-20 million, will reduce power outages and not result in an increase in electricity charges. Network Tasman, which owns and operates the electricity distribution network in the Nelson-Tasman region, excluding Nelson City, will be spending $15-20 million to replace existing power meters with the new smart meters starting in September. Advanced metering development manager Andrew Stanton says the smart meters will automatically relay electricity useage to
power companies via radio signal and can provide consumers with important information about their power consumption. Andrew says smart meters will also mean customers will not be required to provide keys to access houses to read internal meters, while power accounts will be based upon actual consumption, not estimates. In the future, customers may also be able to set alarms to alert them if their power usage is too high and set energy-efficient appliances to interact with the advanced meters to manage electricity costs. However, Andrew says the big advantage will be that Network Tasman will receive
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quickly repair, or even pre-empt, faults. The meters will also automatically cutout when there is a power overload, reducing the average power outage time due to blown fuses from 99 minutes to two minutes. “We will know immediately when there is an outage rather than relying on a customer to phone us with a problem. We’ll also be able to identify abnormal voltages that may be a precursor to a failure and fix the faults before they happen.” Andrew says they haven’t yet finalised the programme for the rollout of the new meters although property owners will be notified before the meters are installed.
Volunteers plant 3000 trees in Appleby It may have been a chilly Sunday morning at the Appleby Reserve but that didn’t stop a dedicated group of volunteers who planted thousands of trees. The Tasman District Council group Keep Richmond Beautiful and the Aucklandbased trust, Sustainable Coastlines, along with some enthusiastic locals, all got stuck in, planting up to 3000 trees around the Waimea River park area. Sustainable Coastlines Sam Judd said their involvement in the plant was part of a nationwide road show called “Love Your Water” that has been running training workshops, educational talks and riparian tree planting events in every region of New Zealand. “Out of 16 regions that we’ve been working in this winter, Tasman has actually been one of the standouts. It’s been made really easy; people have been really enthusiastic. Lots of people showed up to the workshops from lots of different groups,” says Sam.
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Librarian wins national award
Waimea Intermediate librarian Annette McKitrick has won a national award for promoting literacy and enjoyment of reading. Photo: Simon Bloomberg.
NEWS in brief POLICE FRUSTRATED BY CAR THEFTS: More than 350 cars have been broken into this year, almost half of which were unlocked. Police say they’ve been pushing the message for Nelsonians to lock their cars over the past few years, but it hasn’t had much of an impact. For the six months from January 1 to June 30, 367 offences have been reported to police involving the theft of property from motor vehicles. Of these, 44 per cent, or 161 offences, have involved thefts from vehicles that were unlocked or insecure. FREE SNOWBOARD COMPETITION: This year’s Playhouse Cafe’s Jib Jam snowboard and ski event will be free to attend. Held on August 8, the all-ages, family-friendly event, begins with warmups from 6pm, before the competition commences at 6:30pm. Riders can sign up from event sponsor Hogey’s in Nelson, or at the Playhouse Cafe. For further information on the event, contact Nic Roland on 540 2985.
After 20 years of excellent service as Waimea Intermediate School librarian, Annette McKitrick was long overdue for some recognition. So when Annette was presented with a School Library Association of New Zealand Merit Award at the school assembly last Friday it was not surprising that she got a standing ovation. Annette received the award for “promotion of literacy and enjoyment of reading”, and all the teachers and pupils at Waimea Intermediate were delighted the national association had given her the stamp of approval. “We presented the award to her this morning at assembly and the whole school gave her a spontaneous standing ovation,” acting principal Trish Smith says. “The library is an essen-
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and adults. We’ve made a real impact into the community and you could feel the appreciation from the community.” Water for Prosperity is planning to return to Torwood in 2015 to install more water-bores, and to construct basic showers and toilet facilities in a residential area which houses 1000 people. “At the moment they’re travelling two kilometres to the nearby bush, and it’s a real mission.”
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Having a par ty/event/func tion? Call our photographer 544 9037 or 027 532 6461 Jock Delaney, left, at his 60th at Saxton Oval Pavilion on Saturday with his work mates Kerri Swale and Brian Gordon.
Jane Bayley and Jon Wahlberg at the Ceroc dance party.
Amy Garland, Lisa Jamieson and Katie Duncan on Friday.
Shannon Marr and his fiancée Nicole Davey at Jock Delaney’s 60th birthday on Saturday.
Kathy Rock and Des Irving at the Ceroc dance party on Saturday.
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Nathan Sharp, Pru Sharp, Winnie Earl, Janelle Johnson, Paul Gardiner and Jan Rice at Lesley’s birthday.
Anne Hermon and Liz Delaney at Jock’s 60th birthday on Saturday night.
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Carmen Illingworth, Robyn Carney and Cassandra Johnson at the quiz night. Melissa, Casey, Susan, Joe and Susan at the Nelson Ark’s quiz night on Friday.
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Tadmor church: The Tadmor Church Society wants to keep its redundant century-old St James’ church for weddings and funerals (22 July). However, the way to save any church from redundancy is for the living to participate regularly in Sunday worship when available. Ren Kempthorne.
Light Festival: Brian Riley, the chair of the trust for Light Nelson, would be pleased to hear from those with great suggestions. The neon arrows idea is one. All those who support this event, let’s get behind it with some voluntary time. Artists are people too and hold down jobs to afford to do what they love - to create. Let’s get behind them as they make Nelson a much more fun and interesting place to live and don’t forget to put your money where your mouth is. (In the donation boxes at both gateways). Yvonne Denise. 1080:
The Conservation Minister has confirmed that the largest drop ever of 1080 is getting underway over 1,000,000
hectares. As usual, he delights in scare tactics by quoting numbers in zillions with little or no scientific basis for such claims. This is in the belief that he can fool most of the people, most of the time. He makes no reference to the killing of many species, invertebrates, birds, including natives and innocent mammals all of which die a death that any self respecting country would not permit. This method has been used for at least 50 years in New Zealand. It has failed and will continue to fail until a growing global horror is brought to bear on such indefensible killing across this country. It is a chilling fact that New Zealand uses over 90 per cent of the annual world production of 1080. Guess who owns the manufacturing capacity for this obscenity? “Clean Green”-- Yeah Right! Douglas Carter, Nelson. Rocks Rd: Some Councillors can’t wait to spend $14 million of our money on a cycleway/walkway proposal for Rocks Rd. Wait until the Southern Link is built and this will become a local road. Wide enough for parking, traffic and a 3 metre walkway. Introduce
a load limit and a speed limit. Use the $10 million of R funds to fix dangerous intersections with serious accident records on SH1. Cynthia McConville. Fix the damn slips along there first. Elizabeth DeHar. I like the more expensive option, simply because it separates the cyclists from the traffic with more than a painted line on the road. Dez Tinee. Bicycle Nelson Bays has always advocated for better infrastructure to help people cycle and walk safely and to encourage more people towards active transport. We aim to make Nelson a healthier, more livable city and hopefully this project is a step towards that. We will be looking closely at the material provided by council on this project and we will post our views on the options once we’ve considered the designs and their implications. We welcome your ideas
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mazda 3 GsX 2006 Here we have the little brother to the ever popular Mazda 6. This is the top spec Mazda 3 GSX. It’s NZ new and had 1 owner. It’s powered by a 2.0 litre chain driven motor and is 5 speed manual. The interior is very roomy and in really tidy condition. It also has 8 airbags, ABS brakes, air conditioning, cruise control, remote locking, 6 stack CD and factory alloys.
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$8,980 miTsubishi GalanT Gls 2006 In my opinion these Mitsubishi Galant’s are a very under rated car and represent fantastic value for money. This one is NZ new, had 2 owners and only done 77,000kms. It’s powered by a 2.0 litre motor and is automatic with tiptronic option. The interior is very spacious and is in immaculate condition. It also has airbags, ABS brakes, CD, climate air conditioning, electric windows and mirrors, remote locking, factory alloys, body kit and spoiler and a towbar.
$5,980 honda orThia ParTner 2005 This is quite a basic wagon and would be an ideal tradesmans van/wagon as the back seat folds down flat and has a vinyl mat. Also would be good for carting the dog and the kids to the beach. Its powered by a 1500cc motor and is automatic.
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Students take on West Side Story Waimea College students have been busy since the beginning of the year preparing for their take on West Side Story. And now it’s show time, with the final touches put on the stage, costumes, lights and dialogue all completed. West Side Story is set in New York in the 1950s and is based around two rival gangs – the Sharks and the Jets – and a love story which divides them. “It’s very loosely based on the story of Romeo and Juliet and about overcoming the struggles between the two gangs,” says director Melanie Stewart. Melanie says West Side Story had all of the aspects they needed for another successful production. “It’s a musical with singing,
acting and dancing, it has a nice big cast, it was challenging with challenging music.” The cast includes 57 students, while there are another 30 in the orchestra and 25 backstage. The orchestra began work on the music even before school started this year, and the cast has been rehearsing since February. Melanie says it’s coming together really well. “We’re really excited about it and these guys just work so hard. We’ve had kids in during the holidays painting and cutting out stars, it’s been amazing.” West Side Story begins tonight and runs for four nights. Tickets are available from the James Corcraighe, Lucy Vanner, Peter Thomson, William Parkes, Stuart Corkery school’s finance office and are $20 for adults and Brook Bennett are ready for Waimea College’s production West Side Story, and $15 for students. which begins tonight. Photo: Phillip Rollo.
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Yello Café Open 7.30am - 5pm Mon - Fri 9am - 5pm Sat & Sun
Thanks to our loyal customers 157 Trafalgar Street, Nelson 03 548 1805 for nominating us for Celebrating 1 year in business! Best Maitre D, Best Café and www.yellocafe.co.nz A huge thanks to our customers for making us finalists in the best Maitre D, Cafe, Restaurant, Best Suburban Venue in the and Ambience & Service categories. Nelson Hospitality awards breakf ast club : coffee club Now available for catering and private functions
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United Video Richmond can turn those rainy weekends into a non-stop rush of hot and fiery action (or romance) with a simple DVD. They stock and rent DVD’s and even sell a huge selection of your favourite movies, old and new, from as little as two dollars, so you can keep yourself affordably entertained any day of the week. Owner Sandra Cleary and the team at United Video pride themselves on their great range and quality customer serSandra Cleary vice, and with plenty of weekly deals available, a highly recommended section when you just can’t choose and a store layout that makes searching for your favourite film easy, United Video is the place to go. They also hire Playstation, Xbox and Wii consoles, as well as all the games you’ll need to keep the kids happy, and if you have a scratched disc, just bring it in; they’ll be more than happy to tell you whether it’s worth resurfacing. Head into United Video in Sundial Square and don’t forget to ask them about their free membership, their weekly voucher draws and the monthly $200 cash draw. Bay Landscape and Garden can send you home with everything you need for a successful and stunning garden. They provide gardening and landscaping supplies to the Nelson region and are passionate about helping you make the most out of your garden area. Whether it’s a big or small patch of dirt, it can be whatever you want, and Bill and Lesley Norriss will make sure you get the best products and services to grow the tastiest vegetables, the most vibrant plants or create the most Lesley Norriss attractive outdoor area. If you need a lawn roller, straw bale hire, courtesy trailers, they have you covered. In fact, they’ll go the extra mile to ensure you get exactly what you need. They also have a great range of products to get your garden or outdoor area looking exceptional. From bark, fish compost, gravels and pavers, to veggie and flower plants. They stock the biggest range of Kings seeds in the Nelson region and now is the time to plant your seed potatoes and red onions too. Richmond Brake and Clutch are experts in providing motorists with a full range of mechanical repairs, as well as being specialists when it comes to servicing your brakes and clutch. Owner and operator Barry Andrews has a lot of experience in the industry and will get your car back on the road before you can say “rear-wheelantilock-brake-system.” They also provide a warrant of fitness service and their new half-yearly safety check, is great value at only $25, allowing you to rest assured that your car is safe and legal. These regualr checks are especially important now that the new LTSA rules mean cars manufactured from 2000 on will only require a WOF every 12 months. Barry is happy to introduce his two right hand ladies, Tia Andrews and Kerri Le Cheminant, who will be the new faces of Richmond Brake and Clutch. The two lovely ladies not only man the phones and deal with the paper work, they also help out Barry with the warrant of fitness side of things and, most important ofa all, provide Richmond Brake and Clutch customers with a friendly smile and excellent service. So head into Richmond Brake and Clutch and see Barry, Tia and Kerri for all your mechanical requirements. Whether your passion lies in knitting, crocheting, sewing or any other needle craft, and whether you are an experienced crafter, or just starting, Stitchcraft can set you up with everything you need for any project. Tanya Carney has only owned the business since April, but already the shop has gone through a transformation as Tanya puts her mark on it. Stitchcraft offers a wider selection of yarns, a bigger Tanya Carney range of fashion and craft fabrics, and a team of staff that are passionate about sewing and knitting themselves. They are always on hand to offer advice on the best products to use and can help translate tricky patterns; anything you need to successfully finish your beautiful creations. With her website up and running, Tanya is now looking at starting her craft classes for anyone who is as keen as her to get together and go crazy, creating all manner of projects. To find out more about the classes, call in to see Tanya and the team at Stitchcraft at 270 Queen Street.
WEDNESDAY 30 July 2014
WOMEN in BUSINESS
After renting a chair for four years, Michelle Thomas finally took the plunge and created her own business which has been successfully operating for over a year now. Hair Works is a personal salon that pays attention to detail and offers an individual service for every client, so they get exactly what they want to make them look and feel fantastic. The classic atmosphere created with their silver, white and black interior is fashionable as well as warm and inviting, and Michelle is committed to providing a supe- Michelle Thomas rior experience to every client. Between her and hair stylist Kim-Marie, there is 50 years of knowledge and wisdom in every aspect of hairdressing. There is also room for another staff member to join this professional team as a part-time stylist. Hairworks stocks and works with Matrix and Keratin Complex hair care products and are always ready to advise their clients on the best products for styling and maintaining healthy hair. Open Monday to Saturday, Hairworks is an easily accessible salon for any hairdressing service including walk-ins and men’s hair, so give them a call today on 544 8655 to book an appointment.
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WEDNESDAY 30 July 2014
Menzshed puts its hand up for $10,000
A charity that gives blokes a “new lease on life” and an opportunity to use their skills to help the community, is one of the latest entries in the Car Company Charity Drive competition. Menzshed Waimea opened almost three years ago and now has over 200 members who spend time at its headquarters at the A and P Showgrounds at Richmond Park. It is one of the hundreds of Menzsheds around New Zealand and Australia, where the charity started, and Waimea coordinator Alan Kissell says for many of the members it has been a saviour. Alan says their members are typically retired tradesmen who have sold their homes and “downsized their sheds”, but still have a lot to contribute to the community. When they join the Menzshed, they become involved in building things for community projects and teaching young men new skills, as well as getting the chance to enjoy some male bonding. “We get a lot of men who have
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been sitting around in their retirement homes with nothing to do,” Alan says. “When they come here they get a new lease on life - they all have something to offer the community.” Clarrie Merrick, 89, says he moved to Nelson when his wife died, and joined the Menzshed to remain active and meet new friends. The retired engineer and farmer says the Menzshed gives him an opportunity to work on projects that help out the community and allows him to pass on his knowledge to the younger generation. “It keeps me alive and I get the chance to argue with people,” Clarrie says. Alan says Menzshed Waimea is not just about looking after old blokes - it also helps out intellectually-disabled men from around the district and one or two younger blokes as well. “Every Tuesday morning we get about 20 blokes from IDEA
services and we have members who help them with various projects. They have a great time here,” Alan says. Member Noel Riley says finding the funding to keep the Menzshed operating is a constant battle and if they won the Car Company Charity Drive it would allow them to “do so many more projects” for the community. It costs about $10,000 a year to run their Menzshed, which they get from subscriptions and grants. “We are building a new engineering shed at the moment so we can teach young kids how to weld and some light engineering skills. We always need funding for things like that,” Noel says. The Car Company Charity Drive competition started last year and offers $10,000 to a non-profit group or organisation in the Nelson-Tasman region. Groups can enter the competition until August 22 by going to the Car Company’s website carcompanynelson. co.nz or picking up an entry form from any of its car yards.
Menzshed Waimea coordinator Alan Kissell, left, and members Clarrie Merrick, second right, and Noel Riley, centre, with the Car Company’s Shane Drumond and The Breeze radio host Breffni O’Rourke in the engineering workshop at the Menzshed headquarters. Photo: Simon Bloomberg.
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News Christine Cleveland, Jenny North and Kate Radloff investigate their seedlings at the Nelmac nursery as part of the Go Organic courses run by Agriculture NZ. Based in the Jaycee rooms in Founders Park, the part time night/day courses explore the latest trends in sustainable farming. Course leader Jenny North says anyone in the public is welcome to take part in their courses which are held once a week for the year during term times and school hours. “It’s a great social time, people are able to learn from each other for their own land projects and can discuss and share those ideas with the others.” The three courses cover a range of topics including soil management, composting, how to manage pests and disease in an organic way, worm farming, crop rotation and seasonality to name a few, which can be applied not only to food crops but to the cultivation of any plants from pastures, shelter belts and suburban gardens. For more information on the Go Organic courses, free phone 0800 475 455.
Tapawera Rugby Club
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NBS - Investing in Your Community. . .
From the desks of NBS’ Chairman Mr Garry Dayman and General Manager Ken Beams. “Commitment to our mutual model and a blend of people with experience and expertise ensures NBS continues to stand strong” said General Manager Ken Beams. NBS has had continued success from our branch network, driving growth of 10% in total assets to $414 million as at 31 March 2014. Residential, commercial, and agricultural mortgage lending also enjoyed growth of 10%. A key component of NBS’ strategy has involved managing costs relative to growth and working to both increase productivity levels and make it easier for customers to do business with NBS. The NBS AccessDebit MasterCard® with international access, and the mobile banking application - NBS Mobile, have both been successfully introduced – enabling customers to have more flexibility and control over their banking.
Rugby club to host boar hunt
Entries for next month’s Tapawera Rugby Club Open Boar Hunt are now open, and organisers are expecting another great event. The boar hunt is a major fundraiser for the rugby club and has been running for three years. Event coordinator Karen Jones says most of the members of the rugby club are keen hunters, but it’s open to anyone in the public. They usually get entries from as far as Golden Bay. The boar hunt begins at 5pm on August 7 and runs until the weigh in at 4pm on August 9. Entry is $20 per person and there are cash prizes for the top five heaviest boars – including $250 for the heaviest boar, $50 for biggest tusks and $500 for the average weight. For further information on the event and registering, phone 03 522 4475.
“The financial results have been complimented by NBS’ ongoing commitment to the mutual banking model, by definition we’re here to service our customers and to work with the communities in which we operate” said Chairman Garry Dayman. Through a combination of grants and sponsorships, the use of the NBS community vehicles, marquees and inflatables – NBS delivered $490,000 in community support for the year, with 241 groups supported across the network.
General Manager - Mr Ken Beams (standing) and Chairman of Directors Mr Garry Dayman.
“Our steadfast, customer-focused ethos, and of course, our mutuality sets NBS apart. This year’s results would not have been possible without the loyalty and support of NBS’ most valuable assets: our customers and staff ” he added.
$490,000 Community Support 241 Groups Supported
Willie Andrew and Amanda Fishburn with the 74.5kg boar they caught at the Tapawera Rugby Club’s Boar Hunt in 2012.
Appleby fire force says thanks
207 QUEEN STREET. RICHMOND. 03 543 9391. www.nbs.co.nz NBS is not a registered bank.
The Appleby Volunteer Rural Fire Force has received a huge amount of support from the public in their recent fundraising drive and would like to express how grateful they are to everyone who contributed. Envelopes were delivered around the Appleby community and the response was fantastic, as people supported the local rural fire force by donating much-needed funds. Rural delivery contractor John Cumpstone, delivered the envelopes for free and both Smartprint and Richmond Office Products supported the cause by printing and supplying the envelopes. It was a great joint effort and there are too many people to thank individually, but every bit was greatly appreciated. The fundraising efforts have allowed Appleby Volunteer Rural Fire Force to upgrade their aging radios and continue to serve the community efficiently. Waimea West Horticulture also deserves a big thank you for their generous $3500 donation to the rural fire force. “They are a community activity in the area where we operate, we think they do a fantastic job and we are keen to support them in anything that can make them more efficient,” says Wai-West Horticulture’s Nick Patterson. Being one of the founding members when the rural fire brigade started 25 years ago, Nick understands how difficult it can be to find funds, but says their focus has always been the service the rural fire force provides to the local community.
WEDNESDAY 30 July 2014
SPORT Makos hopeful sidelined indefinitely www.shuttersport.co.nz
Phillip Rollo Reporter
firstname.lastname@example.org Trael Joass can’t feel his heart beating. Severe cramp fills his chest. He undoes his headgear and drops to the ground. He tries to breathe slowly. He rubs a pulse on his neck, a way to soothe the pain. He feels helpless. Then, “tick”, it’s over. He gets back up and plays the rest of the rugby game like it had never happened. The 21 year old Wanderers second-five has had the same heart problem for the past three years, and up until two weeks ago it was manageable, and he could still bust through tackles, smash opposition attackers and run with speed, even after experiencing another “episode”. But before the club rugby final against Waimea Old Boys, Trael’s cardiologist told him five words he never wanted to hear. “No more sport for you.” “I said ‘you’ve got to be kidding me, right?’ I just broke down when I heard that,” Trael explains. “I just cried for ages. It’s hard enough to be told I’m not going to be able
Wanderers second-five Trael Joass will need an operation on his heart before he can return to the rugby field. Insert: Trael holds his heart after receiving a knock during a club game earlier in the season. Photos: Phillip Rollo. to trial for the Makos because this is the closest I’ve ever gotten, but then it’s another thing not being able to play for my club team in a final. That was the most upsetting thing for me.” Trael was last week named in the Tasman Makos ‘emerging players squad’ which was effectively a trial team. It’s likely they will pick another midfielder for the ITM Cup squad, and it could have been him. But Trael is now sidelined indefinitely. He can’t play rugby, he can’t hit the gym, he
can’t run, and he can’t do anything that will over-exert his body — not until he gets surgery on his heart. “It could kill me. Death,” he simply answers when asked what would happen if he continues to play the sport he loves, the sport he grew up playing, and the sport he hoped would be his job this year. Trael has supraventricular tachycardia, or “SVT” as he knows it as. It means he has abnormally fast heart rhythm, and it races up to 300 beats per minute. He will need
an operation before being free to take the rugby field again. “It just goes fast. I’ve got more electric pulses than I’m meant to. I was told just to keep playing and if I faint it’d be a sign to stop, but I never fainted.” But it’s still a big unknown as to when he will get that operation. Trael has a friend — another rugby player — who had a similar condition and waited three years before eventually going private. He is meeting with his GP this week, and hopes to have a clearer idea by the end of it. If the wait is too long, he’s considering going private too. Trael says missing the club rugby final was the hardest part to take, but making a phone call to Tasman Makos coach Kieran Keane and telling him the news was still pretty hard. “It was difficult. It was real difficult. But he was good about it. He gave me positive feedback. KK mentioned to me if that if I do come back and play good rugby this year before ITM Cup is finished then there’s a possibility, but is it worth trying to rush? I’d rather have a good off-season, train and prove myself for next year.” Out of action from sport, Trael says he will now focus on his building apprenticeship.
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Rabbits through to semis
The Richmond Rabbits will head played the game we wanted to into this weekend’s Tasman Rugplay. Even though we’ve been by League semi-finals unbeaten, unbeaten we haven’t been happy but their perfect record will mean with our performances at all, so nothing if the two-time champions we know we’re in for a tough afcan’t get past the Victory Phoenix ternoon on Saturday.” Vikings. Deon says the team isn’t readRichmond Rabbits president Deon ing too much into their previous Charles says his side will have to be results against Victory – which wary of Victory Phoenix Vikings they won comfortably – and who have been “the success story” he knows the unbeaten record of the TRL season so far, reaching counts for nought if they can’t their first ever playoff. “We’re defireach the final. “Being unbeaten nitely expecting a big game against means nothing now and all of Victory this Saturday. We certainly the players know that. There are know we’ve got a tough game and if no second chances on Saturday. they saw the way we played on FriWe’ve celebrated that success but day night they’ll probably be pretty Tamaira Raurimu-Carew tries to fend off we’re starting fresh now.” a Wanderers Wolves tackler during Friday Top qualifiers Richmond will take confident themselves,” he says. The result Deon is talking about night’s match. Photo: Evan on Victory at Lower Ngawhatu at is their 38-36 win over Wanderers Barnes/Shuttersport 2:30pm, with traditional rivals Wolves, which ended Wanderers’ Stoke Cobras and Tahunanui Tihopes of reaching the semi-final, but only by the smallest gers squaring off for the fourth year in a row at the semi-final of margins. “The Wolves played a really smart game, they stage. Their game is at 1pm.
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The coach of the Waimea College Old Boys Under-18 side says the joint venture from both club and college has been a success, despite some of the results on the field. Waimea College Old Boys are yet to register a win in the Under-18 competition, and will play Nelson College 3rd XV at Waimea College at 2pm in a bottom-four playoff this Saturday. But Bruce McLachlan says the team has been a success, and he’s hoping the Tasman Rugby Union continue to support
it next season. “I think the venture has been a success and it will grow from here, if we have to take a tough year then we will,” says Bruce. With the Waimea College Under-18 side struggling for numbers, Waimea Old Boys decided to help them out, and it’s given school leavers a chance to continue playing the sport against players their own age, instead of forcing them to play division two rugby. Bruce says the team has a “50/50” split of school leavers and secondary school
students, and it’s not just Waimea College contributing with players. There are also five students from Garin College taking part. The home games have been split between Jubilee Park and Waimea College. Waimea Old Boys aren’t the only club to have a formal link with a secondary school. There is a Stoke-Nayland team in the same grade, while Nelson and Marist have sides in the younger grades.
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Cheapskates may be shutting the doors on mond will be running their closing down sale their Richmond store but this is by no means and customers will be happy to know they’ll a sad story for owners Chris and Joey Kirby. be able to get their hands on the store’s great With the lease up and a high rent that comes stock for some pretty sweet deals. This inwith a shop on the main street, cludes crazy $10 and $20 clothing racks, buy one get one free Chris and Joey have decided to or 40 per cent off clothing racks, combine their investment in the Richmond store with their Nel60%off selected shoes and buy one get one free shoe deals. Even son shop which they believe will be a great move, not only for the store fittings are up for grabs with the glass counter already them, but for the customers of listed on Trademe and offers welCheapskates. The store has been operating in Richmond for seven come on items they don’t want in storage. Everything must go and years now and Chris says they everyone will be in for a bargain aren’t giving Richmond up and while the sale lasts. will return to the town if the time Nelson will be offering cusis right. Richmond VIP customChris Kirby ers and voucher holders will still tomers a bigger range than they be able to use their membership and rewards could ever provide from their smaller store in in the Nelson store. Chris and Joey are enthu- Richmond. Cheapskates isn’t just for skating siastic about making Cheapskates in Nelson enthusiasts, they also offer a great selection a destination for their customers and offer- of street wear and footwear with sort after ing them everything they need in the way brands including Nike, Converse, Vans, DC, of street fashion, footwear, caps, sunglasses, Havaianas, Adidas, Ilabb, RPM, Volcom, Hurskateboards, scooter and accessories. Keep an ley and many more. eye on the changes as they occur in the Nelson Definitely don’t miss out on their massive store, and keep updated with them on www. closing down sale from Wednesday 30th July starting at 10am at 217 Queen St, Richmond. facebook.com/cheapskatesnelson Starting on Wednesday, Cheapskates RichBusiness Update. Adv.
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Netballers take on best in the country Nelson competed at the New Zealand Under 17 Tournament held last week on Auckland’s North Shore. Nelson had a great start to the tournament with a first-up win against East Waikato 43-21. The Nelson girls came out firing, with Abbey Franklin leading the charge in the shooting circle. Strong defensive work through court saw a number of tips converted. Makaila Powick was the pivotal link through court while Ariana TekawaWiremu was the hunter outside the circle
edge. Wellington was a skilled team who proved to be too tough in the second game, where they suffocated Nelson’s attack at every opportunity. Poppy Restieaux and Shani McLeod-Bennett toiled tirelessly throughout the 21-43 loss. In their final pool games Nelson lost 2133 to Kapi Mana and 25-29 to Waitakere 2. The loss to Waitakere was a little disappointing as it meant the crossover games were against higher-placed teams. Nelson lost 26-33 to Wanganui, which came down to a couple of crucial turno-
vers. Impressive shooting statistics were returned by Abbey, 21 from 23, while Poppy had the perfect record. The loss put Nelson in the play-off for 25th-32nd. Nelson bounced back with an impressive 4224 win over Pukekohe. All three shooters averaged over 80 per cent, while Shani and Poppy were a formidable defensive duo where they had good body position for rebounds and pulled in a number of welltimed intercepts. Makaila again had a high work rate at centre. The game against Eastern Bay of Plenty
went goal for goal throughout, with neither team able to dominate. A crucial turnover in the final quarter was enough for the northern team to get their noses in front to record a 31-27 win, despite another strong defensive effort by Shani and Poppy. Nelson were competitive against Waitakere 2, until the final quarter when they were defeated 24-40. Nelson were placed 28th out of the 40 teams, the same placing as last year, however there were another seven teams competing this year.
Tasman’s Los is California’s gain Phillip Rollo Reporter
Juliana Los is hoping a four year scholarship in California can help kick start her football career. The 17 year old left Nelson College for Girls last year to attend the Asia Pacific Football Academy in Christchurch, and although still young enough to be at secondary school this year, she’s just flown off to join Saint Mary’s College of California. Juliana – who plays central midfield and has been part of the Mainland Pride squad – took up the four year scholarship after missing out on a spot in the Junior Football Ferns squad for the FIFA Under-20 Women’s World Cup. She hopes training in the professional environment of a NCAA division 1 college will help her get back in the frame of the national selectors – and
Tasman’s Juliana Los is hoping a four year scholarship to Saint Mary’s College of California can help kick start her football career. Photo: Phillip Rollo. if it doesn’t, she’ll have the edu- sole reason for choosing the cation to fall back on. US college pathway. Juliana made a couple of ap- “For me for there’s football but pearances for Nelson Suburbs then there’s the whole experiwhile she was back home ence, just like meeting new this month, but she was re- people. I want to become a ally looking forward to getting better player but I’m getting an some stronger competition on education out of it too. I guess a regular basis in the US. I just want to broaden my And while the half Dutch, horizons and it’ll make me a London-born Juliana “loves more well-rounded person by her football”, that wasn’t the the end of it.”
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WORLD BREAST FEEDING WEEK - The Big Latch On 2014, is happening Fri. 1st August, registration from 9.30am at Victory Community Centre. Spot prizes & morning tea available. Contact Tara email@example.com 0212772098 Summer’s not far away! Try the NEW RICHMOND PILATES LUNCHTIME CLASS - Wed from 12.35 to 1.25pm. Flatten your tummy, ease back pain, improve flexibility, starting 20 August. Book Launch: The Power and the Peril of Oil. Join author Firooz Zadeh for his insight into the role of oil in the Middle East. Richmond LibraryWednesday 6 August 5.30-6.30pm. Star Party view Saturn, Mars and the moon. 7PM Fri. 1 August at the Cawthron Atkinson observatory, Clifton Terrace School, Atawhai. All welcome, gold coin. Weather permitting. Movie screening of Water Whisperers. Discussion with Trevor James from TDC, discussing the state of our local water ways. Tues 5 Aug @7pm FreeHouse Yurt. Free entry with drink Purchase. Astronomy monthly meeting. What’s in the night sky? Cawthron Meeting rooms off Milton St. 730pm 7 August. All welcome 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 prizes Sat. 2 Aug.. Details on the entry form: www.brooksanctuary.org The Brook Sanctuary Community Celebration is still happening! Now at the Granary, Founder’s Park, Saturday 2 August 1-4pm. Free entry, live music, guest speakers, Wildlife Quest prize draw, food available, fun for the whole family! www. brooksanctuary.org or call 546 2422. Mystery Ink Club meet to discuss what’s new in the world of books, music and film. For 12-17 year olds. Thurs 31st Jul @ 3.45pm, Young Adults area, Richmond Library.
HOPE/RANZAU W.I. A Red Cross Member is speaking at our next meeting on Wed 6 August, 1.30pm at Age Concern Hall, Oxford Street, Richmond. Always a friendly afternoon. Do come. Your contact Brenda 5445872 REGULAR EVENTS Plunket Richmond Playgroup Every Mon. in term time at Plunket Clinic Rooms, Oxford St., Richmond 9.30am – 11.30am Free, morning tea provided. Come along for a chat & a cuppa! For info call Wendy 0276 949720. Preschool Music & Movement - Thurs.s 9.30am. Come along & enjoy musical fun with your baby/ preschooler. $1 per child, $2 per family. Headingly Centre, Headingly Lane, Richmond. Info & registrations please Ph: 5447071 or email sandy@ gracechurch.co.nz Revive - a cafe space where everyone is welcome. Come down for a coffee & a scone - play area for children, table of freebies (clothing, books, etc) parenting resources, great company. Thurs. mornings 10am - 12pm - For more info Ph: 5447071. The Headingly Centre, Headingly Lane, Richmond. Tiny Tots a free, fun introduction to stories, songs, active movement & rhymes for preschoolers & their caregivers. ALLIANCE FRANCAISE Join us on Fridays from 4 to 5:45 pm at La Gourm&ise on Hardy St. for informal French conversation. All very welcome whatever your level of French. <af-nelsontasman.org.nz Stoke Methodist Opportunity Centre (Opposite Stoke Library). Good, used clothing. Very cheap. Open every Thurs. 9.30 am to 12 noon. Fill a bag for $2.00. Ph: 5443226. 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
FIND YOUR VOICE: Shape your words and your future confidence with POWERtalk Waimea. Become the leader you want to be at our meetings in Annesbrook, 1st and 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 and work in a team to support former refugees to resettle in Nelson? It’s fun and rewarding. Full training is provided. Next training course: 12th – 14th September. For more information contact Red Cross Refugee Services jettie. email@example.com 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. 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 Social Table Tennis at Saxton stadium Wed 7pm 9pm on now! Mon & Fri 9am – noon will resume 27 Jan All Welcome. Ph Karen 5473005. Aqua aerobics for women. Non profit making women’s group. Mondays 3 to 4 at Ngawhatu pool. Qualified instructor all ages welcome $6.00. Any queries call either Lyn Neumann 5473263 or Sandy Harvey 5445993 GiGATOWN NELSON : Join us on Twitter for discussions on local issues Tues.s 8.30pm-9.30pm. Use #gigatownnsn in all your tweets! Learn social media & have fun: Meeting at The FreeHouse first Tues. of the month 5pm. Come along! www.GigatownNelson.wordpress.com Thursday Night Knitting Group Meets 1st Thursday of every month at Styx in Nelson & 3rd Thursdays at Armadillos in Richmond, 7:30 – 9:30pm. Knitting is our main activity, but crochet & other portable fibre arts are welcome. Join our Nelson Knitters, NZ group on Ravelry.com or email email@example.com Crafts, Caring & Sharing, Starts again each Mon. 9.30am until 12 noon. Bring your favourite craft. Bring a friend, come for a cuppa. Everyone welcome. Gold coin donation. For more info call Pauline. Ph: number: 5449174. NELSON TASMAN BEEKEEPERS Club meets first Wed each month 7pm Waimea Lounge Richmond A&P Showgrounds Lower Queen St Richmond New members are welcome to attend. www.nelsonbeekeepers.org.nz Apple Mac User Group. Meet monthly at Constance Barnicoat Rm Tasman Library Richmond. Mac users, incl users of Apple devices welcome. Refer www.nbmug.org.nz for details
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Ph 544 3985
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Kerry & Sharlene Friend 7 Gladstone Road Richmond (behind Mobil)
Phone 03 544 2266
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Richmond Brake & Clutch 13 McGlashen Ave, Richmond
Domestic & Commercial Wiring
FLOORING SERVICES Member NZ National Flooring Assn.
99% Dust Free All Wooden Flooring Residential & Commercial Prestige Timber Floor Laying Your choice of Coatings
At Financing Futures we help you find the best home loan to suit your requirements. Our staff have expertise across a range of finance options and this free service will ensure you get the right deal and the right advice.
PV Solar expert Maintenance & Repairs
Over 20 years Experience
You can come to us or we will go to you – appointments available all hours by arrangement.
Ph: 021 482 088 or 542 2328
• Holiday Homes • Bush Cabins • Renovation
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0800 455 141 Dave 0274 296 669 A/H (03) 541 9777
PHONE 022 186 4965
238 Songer Street, Stoke 7011
4 Ernest Pl, Brightwater
on site off site
The Outboard Shop • Outboard servicing & repairs • All makes and models • Electronics Installation • Trailer Repairs
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• 15 years experience • Great rates • Genuine parts
Ph 022 307 3986 or 539 0953
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SALES - SERVICE - RENTALS
269 Queen St Richmond. Ph 544 6603 NOW OPEN SATURDAYS
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- zips, hems, mending Chris Inglis 03 5448059 0275485877
544 7285 No job too small
1-19 McPherson St Richmond www.nzsolar.co.nz email@example.com
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155 Trafalgar St
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4A Gladstone Road, 12 Cargill Place, Richmond (offRichmond Beach Road)
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for all formal occasions
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Carpet, rugs & vinyl Carpet stains Upholstery Mould Pest control
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WOF’s LOCALLY OWNED
FULL MECHANICAL REPAIRS BRAKE & CLUTCH SPECIALISTS
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Your one-stop shop for - WOF - Engine Tuning - Brakes & Clutch - Wheel Alignment All mechanical services Friendly
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249 Queen St Richmond
• Low prices • Secure storage • CCTV Surveillance
• Inside car storage • Self drive truck hire • Staff on site
Size & Price List available at www.tasman-storage.co.nz
74 Gladstone Rd, Richmond
Ph 544 4306
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Trades & Services
Trades & Services ASIAN FOOD
WEDNESDAY 30 July 2014
All mechanical repairs No job too big or small.
Sauces, Rice, Drinks, Spices, Fresh Tofu and much more...
Loyalty card available
027 224 1722
12 Cargill Place, (off Beach Richmond 4A Gladstone Road,Road) Richmond
Ph: 544 1212
14 Reeves St, Stoke
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022 689 7076
We do call outs and remote support too
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021 0290 7223 021 0290 7223 Fence panels/Trellis/Gates or made Fencerepaired panels/Trellis/Gates Plasterboard Repair repaired or made. Plasterboard Deck Repairs - repair Staining Deck repairs - Staining Hedge Trimming Hedge trimming Mowing -- Yard Mowing YardClearing clearing Chipping/Mulching Chipping/Mulching Water Blasting blasting Water
No job tooNo small Reasonable job -too small prices Discount for GreyatPower Members Variety of services reasonable prices
• Energy healer • 20+ years experience • $40 per hour
021 0264 4839 Supporting your healing and growth
Discount for Grey Power Members
• • • • • •
All Insurance Claims Panelbeating Chassis Straightening Repaints 2-pack Touch Ups Call Tony Johnston
90 VANGUARD ST NELSON PH: 548 3954 027 548 3954
New to Stoke
Fayette Lane Storage Caravans - Campervans Buses - Boats
Phone orders welcome
Ph 03 544 1290 Mob 027 245 8192 firstname.lastname@example.org
Sundial Square Richmond Open 7 Days 11am - Late
Prompt response is our priority
542 2120 027 542 4473
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and the life of your heatpump
First home buyers • Purchasers Refinancing • Investment Properties Guarantor lending 100% loans
Atawhai to Wakefield and everywhere in between
FREE Quotes Call Simon
0800 448 446 Steve Fletcher
021 223 3135
Specialising in small jobs and maintenance plumbing
• Renovations • Kitchens • Bathrooms 4 Coach Pl, Brightwater
0275 423 343 A/H: 542 3343
lawnmowing weedeating gardening
Phone 548 8590
• • • • • •
Maintenance Blocked Drains Domestic Work New Housing Industrial Properties Leaking Taps & Pipes
PLUMBING & GAS
• Leaks • Repairs Honest Reliable Master Master Honest Reliable Plumbers and Gasfitters Plumbers and Gasfitters • Maintenance Since 1915 Since 1915 Small Small • Leaking taps & pipes • ReRoofs Jobs • KitchensJobs & • New Roofs Welcome bathrooms Welcome • Solar • Drainage
• Keys • Locksmiths • Safes • Alarms • Access Control • CCTV 24HR FREEPHONE
0800 506 111
Kevin Harris Kevin Harris
Ph: 538 0824 8090 544 8059 Ph: 543 Ph: 543 8090 Stoke
Proudly supplying Orange Residential Homes roofing requirements for over 10 years
126 Tahunanui Dr, Nelson 275A High St, Motueka
TASMAN BAY TILING
HARRIS TRAINING SERVICES LTD
Work Place First Aid Courses
Watch and Clock Repairs
• Floor & Wall Tiling • Full Bathroom Renovations • Under Tile Heating Installation • Waterproofing • All work Fully Guaranteed • 30 Years Experience
off Echodale Place, Nayland Area, Stoke
Rates from $50
85 Improve the performance
New Homes • Commercial Rural • Retail • Alterations
Phone 03 543 8243
www.callageek.co.nz – since 2005
• Registered drainlayers (Residential & Commercial) • Sewage treatment - design, supply & install • Video camera & drain inspection • Excavator & truck hire • Residential & rural earthworks • Retaining walls, house slabs, commercial concrete
16 Halifax Street
April and Tony Cooke
DRAINLAYER Drainage & asman Construction T Ltd.
For the best service in town call or visit
All domestic work In between tenants Window cleaning
Hassle free motoring
ASIAN FOOD SUPPLY
Paul Napier Certified Mapei Installer
021 548 390 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Registered Trainer, Assessor & EPA Test Certifier • Growsafe & Approved Handler Certification • Chainsaw • Tree Felling • Quad Bike • Tractor
For course dates see www.harristraining.co.nz
Ph: 544 4062
Mob: 0274 574 775 email@example.com
Aug: Sept: Oct: Nov:
5, 8, 13, 28, 29, 30 9, 18, 25, 26, 27 7, 16, 17, 18, 30 6, 11, 20, 21, 22
Ph 544 9180 Corporate Rates Available
Overhauls Repairs ● All watches and clocks
At Benjamin Black Goldsmiths 176 Bridge Street, Nelson (opposite Graham’s Trading Post)
03 546 9137
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