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Nelson MP Nick Smith has asked for a ‘please explain’ from Nelson City Council after it failed to apply for funding to extend the region’s cellphone and broadband coverage. Nelson Weekly reported last month that Nelson had not applied for the $50 million in available grants, while Tasman District Council used the help of the Nelson EDA to prepare its bid for a slice of the cash. Of the 67 territorial authorities in the country, Nelson was one of only four that didn’t apply for the funding, because the application “would come at some cost to council”. In a letter to Nelson mayor Rachel Reese and Nelson City Council CEO Clare Hadley, Nick says he is concerned that the council had “missed the boat” in regards to the funding.


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“My concern is that we do have significant issues with both the rollout of broadband to more isolated areas as well as mobile blackspots, and that for a region like Nelson improved connectedness is vital to the region’s future.” In the letter, Nick says the ministry and residents prompted the council to apply “but these were ignored”. “Is it that the council is unaware of these deficiencies in our communications, or is it that council does not appreciate the strategic importance of these issues to our community? “My frustration is that I work hard as an MP and cabinet minister to try and


Nelson’s new top cop Matthew Arnold-Kelly is Nelson Bays new area commander.

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ensure funds of this sort are established to support provincial areas like Nelson, and I am disappointed when these opportunities are not taken up in my own area,” he says. Clare Hadley, in a letter back to the MP, says Nelson’s blackspot issues are minor compared to other regions and the cost of applying for the fund would be significant if some of the funding wasn’t granted to Nelson. “Whilst Nelson has some mobile blackspots, these are really service provider issues and not a matter for council,” she wrote in a letter provided to the Weekly. “We felt that this was one time that our participation was not a priority.”

Top cop excited about new job Simon Bloomberg

Inspector Matt Arnold-Kelly had no intention of applying for the job as Nelson’s top cop when he took on the role as Nelson Bays Police Acting Area Commander after Steve Greally left earlier this year. But Matt enjoyed working with the area commander’s “high quality team” so much he soon changed his mind and applied for – and got – the job. Matt started his first official day in the role on Monday and is looking forward to the challenges ahead. “I had no intention of applying for the role because I loved the job I was already doing. I’m not really an ambitious career person either, but once I started in the job I realised that I enjoyed the challenges that keep coming at you from different directions.” Matt also had reservations about the demands of the job impact-

Once I started in the job I realised that I enjoyed the challenges. - Matt Arnold-Kelly.

ing on his other job as a solo father of a seven-year-old daughter. “I went on a school trip with my daughter to the museum and she said to me that evening, ‘Dad you spent all you time on the phone’. Initially I blamed that on the job, but then I thought I have three very good senior sergeants and I could have turned my phone off. So it wasn’t about the role, it was how I managed it.” Interestingly, Matt, who was born and raised in Nelson where he attended Nayland College, started his policing career in the UK after “a six-month OE turned into six years”. He spent two years as a constable in Man-

chester before returning to New Zealand in 1996. Matt was posted to Auckland, Oamaru, West Coast and then Wellington, before returning to Nelson where he spent time as district manager of deployment and then, prevention, before stepping up to the top job. He says he initially joined the police because “I like helping people and lots of variety in my work”. Although Matt says he is “still getting a feel for the role” he has some ideas he would like implement. He has already initiated a “health check of how we are doing things across the business”. “We are doing more than consulting, we are getting the ideas from our staff rather than imposing our ideas on them. We are putting it onto the staff and they are coming up with the ideas. We’ll try them and see if they work - it just makes sense to me.”


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Beautiful snow caps cold weekend Jacob Chandler A winter wonderland of snow and ice blanketed parts of the region this weekend, including St Arnaud and parts of State Highway 7. There were even reports of snow falling in Tahunanui on Sunday night, but Metservice meteorologist Stephen Glassey says it was most like “graupel”, a type of fine hail. “Lots of people mistake it for snow because it’s white and frozen.” It was definitely snow at St Arnaud though, and Lake Rotoiti Water Taxi operator Hamish Simpson says plenty of visitors were playing in the snow which fell all around the lake, township and walking tracks. “On Friday I was out doing kayaking and a few exercises on the lake, so we were out in the thick of the snow when it came in. It wasn’t windy or anything but it was pretty thick snow,” he says. “On Saturday at around 8am, I took the snowboard out and played around on the streets of St Arnaud before the cars got to it.” Hamish also operates an ice skate hire business but says the frosts came too late for the pond to be frozen enough to

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Lake Rotoiti on the weekend. Photo: Kylee Graham. skate on. Rainbow Ski Area manager Jono Hay says Sunday was the best day of the season yet for the field. “It was beautiful, very nice clear sunny day. The cold temperatures were great because it keeps the snow nice and dry and light, you couldn’t ask for better really.” He says the field was “loaded” with people in one of the busiest days of the season yet. With snowfalls late Friday, the roads leading up to the ski area were icy and Jono says it was lucky people were able to get through for Saturday. The field is expecting a couple more sunny days before more snowfalls later in the week. The snow and didn’t bring joy to everyone, though. Those

travelling through the Lewis Pass on State Highway 7 had to detour or face a long wait, as snow closed the road. Tahunanui resident Sharon Knight was driving to Hanmer for a holiday with friends and says she became frustrated by the closure. “Neither of the signs in Wakefield or Murchison said the Lewis Pass was closed. It took us ten hours to get to Hanmer,” she says. Nelson police didn’t have too many ice-related incidents to worry about over the weekend, but a milk tanker did become stuck on Takaka Hill reducing the road to one lane. For more snow photos, visit

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businesses on the street have been affected by the flooding and the footpath has lifted up from the break. “It’s come through the footpath and started to come through the shops. We shut the road off and made the scene safe.”

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Car stolen from Haven Rd: A 20 year old coffee worker was “absolutely devastated” that his car had been stolen for the second time in 12 months. The car was taken from the Haven Rd parking bay outside Sublime Coffee on Friday. This was the second time Ben McLeod had that car stolen. Last year it went missing from outside his parent’s house in Stoke, but was found ten days later in Washington Valley. Ben’s mum, Peta McLeod, says he was “absolutely devastated.” “He’s leaving Nelson in a few weeks to go and work with orphans in Malawi with his girlfriend and he was going to sell the car to his brother to help fund the trip.”

The latest results for phase one of the Ultra-Fast Broadband programme were released today and the minister says the build is now 56 per cent complete, with 15,014 Nelson homes, schools and businesses that are able to connect to the network. The roll-out will be completed in 2018, she says.

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Our bike tracks rated amongst the world’s best Simon Bloomberg

It’s official. Nelson has some of the best mountainbiking in the world and that’s good news for tourism. Last week the US-based International Mountain Bicycling Association gave the region’s network of tracks a Gold Ride Centre rating. IMBA trails specialist Jason Wells assessed Nelson’s tracks last month after Nelson’s Mountainbike Trails Trust applied to have the region recognised as an IMBA Ride Centre. On Thursday, the internationally recognised organisation announced that it rated Nelson as one of the world’s few Gold level Ride Centre mountainbiking destinations. IMBA said: “The range of trail types is amazing, from gentle, family-oriented trail riding to fullon downhill runs, backcountry adventures and everything in between. Even better is that most of those trails are easily accessible, by bike, from the city centre. “Riding Nelson’s trails is a yearround adventure, with sunny days with bluebird skies the norm throughout the year. The riding options include several bike parks, as well as more natural trail in both plantation forest and native bush.” Mountainbike Trails Trust

It will give us a real international presence as an attractive mountainbike destination. - Chris Mildon.

chairman Chris Mildon says the gold rating is great news for the whole region. “It will give us a real international presence as an attractive mountainbike destination”. Chris says the MTB Trails Trust paid for Jason’s visit and the $12,300 assessment. “Although it’s quite an investment, we’ve been focused on the positive regional benefits right through this process.” The Nelson City Council, Tasman District Council, Nelson Tasman Tourism and the Economic Development Agency, and forestry companies AFM and Hancocks, fully supported the project. Jason says thousands of mountainbikers around the world use the IMBA website to find the best destinations for riding and a gold rating could result in an influx of international tourists to Nelson. Rotorua has also gained a Gold Ride Centre status, making Nelson and Rotorua the only locations outside of the US to have gained this level of accreditation.

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Marking key moments in history or travels to far away lands is often done with photographs, diaries or even scrapbooks. For Rona Holyoake it was done with teaspoons. Rona, of Stoke, was an avid teaspoon collector and when she passed away this month she left around 3000 in her collection. The teaspoons came from all over the world and commemorate many sporting events, royal occasions and other moments in history. And this Sunday they will all go up for sale.

Nelson auctioneer John Walker says Rona’s family have pulled out some teaspoons from their mother’s collection, but there will still be around 2500 teaspoons up for sale. “This is the first time I’ve done a teaspoon collection this big in my career,” says John. “Any teaspoon collector, this is their chance because just don’t get this sort of collection come up for auction very often.” John says it’s hard to put a value on such items. They sell in souvenir stores for between $7 and $10 but it’s likely he’ll auction them by the case-load.

“To put a value on it is such a hard thing. We don’t really want to split it up but we’ll have to. A small tray on Trademe goes for around $100, so this collection will be worth a bit. The collection includes a commemorative spoon from the 1983 Lions rugby tour to New Zealand, a spoon celebrating Prince William’s first birthday, as well as spoons from places like the Falkland Islands, Iceland, South Molle Island. The auction is this Sunday, August 16 at 11am at 594A Main Rd Stoke.

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Andrew Board Tomorrow Originair will take to the skies but for owner Robert Inglis the thrill won’t be seeing an Origin plane takeoff – after all it’s hardly his first, maiden flight. Originair is the latest airline under Robert’s ownership and he says months of hard work and preparation have been the exciting part for him, with this week’s first flight “just another step”. Despite his long association with aeroplanes, Robert says his first taste of flying wasn’t pleasant. “I was waiting about three days for my first born to turn up at the hospital in Motueka and I was getting a bit anxious. My fatherin-law said he was learning to fly and he said ‘come to the aero club and we’ll take you for a flight to take your mind of it’. I didn’t like it much but a month or two later I went back and did some more flying. I got a private licence, then a commercial licence.” From there, Robert operated a fleet of planes in conjunction with the Nelson Aviation College and then started flying from Motueka to Wellington before deregulation opened up competition to Air New Zealand for domestic air travel. He then started Air Nelson before selling it to Air New Zealand and later founded Origin Pacific. Robert says he has nothing to hide with that airline’s collapse, one reason why he chose to call his new airline Originair. “If we called it anything else it could be



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Originair managing director Robert Inglis with one of his aeroplanes that will start flying commercially tomorrow. Photo: Jacob Chandler. seen that we were trying to hide and we don’t think we’ve got anything to hide about,” he says. “We just got caught in some aero-politics that became the perfect storm and out of our control.” Origin Pacific hit trouble when Qantas pulled out of a deal to work together in the hope of buying a large share of Air New Zealand. That left Origin with leased planes that it couldn’t fill and contracts that it couldn’t break, meaning it had to fold. The Commerce Commission later ruled that Qantas couldn’t buy a stake in Air NZ. But with that behind him, Robert has assembled a new team and refurbished planes to fly again. This week’s first flight will take passengers from Nelson to Palmerston North, a route Robert knows well. “People ask ‘why Palmerston’. Well, the Palmerston North route has the classic

key requirements for an airline. There is a water barrier and it is a short sector, no terrain in the way, so it’s usually a nice, smooth flight.” He says it’s a route that has been successful for him at Air Nelson and Origin Pacific, as has the Nelson to Wellington route that will start next month. “We’re not serious about an attack on Air New Zealand on the Wellington route. It doesn’t cost us anymore for the crew to do four trips or two, so it works in nicely to do that extra service to Wellington.” Although Originair is nowhere near the size of what Origin Pacific was, Robert says it means they will be stable. “It’s hardly a big deal, it’s a very modest operation and we’re not exposed to the international markets.” Ticketing information and schedules are at 


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Nelson Arts Festival offers ‘biggest line-up to date’ A smorgasbord of national and global talent has been locked in for this year’s Nelson Arts Festival, making it the biggest and most spectacular line-up to date. A total of 65 shows, including seven international acts, have been secured for this year’s festival, including Australian company Casus Circus’s new work Finding the Silence, and American jazz legend David Friesen. Musical crowd pleasers SJD & The Black Quartet, Sam Manzanza and the Afrobeat Band, and Trinity Roots with their Irish friends, will also be on offer, as will a raft of celebrated New Zealand writers, including Charlotte Grimshaw, Patricia Grace and Gavin Bishop. The line-up includes almost a third of locally-produced content, including The Billboard Project where four local and two visiting artists will create works of art beside the Maitai River. Councillor Gaile Noonan says the Council is thrilled to put on such a “much-loved” arts event for Nelsonians and visitors to the region.

Charlie Unwin, Gaile Noonan, Amanda Raine and Axel de Maupeou preparing for Nelson Arts Festival. Photo: Tim Cuff. “We are really spoilt to have Freehouse Yurt and local cafe, such a wonderful line-up of River Kitchen. high calibre talent, from far “We will also be back at the flung places of the globe and Refinery Artspace, The Thearight here in Nelson, to choose tre Royal and The Boathouse, where the Festival appeared in from,” she says. “The Festival brings our com- its early days,” says Axel. munity together to celebrate The popular masked parade creativity in all its forms like will be held on Friday 16 Ocno other event, creating a real tober, and will be themed around The World of Books. buzz in the city.” Festival team leader Axel de The parade will be followed by Maupeou says that while the the More FM Carnivale, which festival will continue to be includes street performances, based at Founders Heritage food stalls and great bands. Park, it will be spreading its The festival runs from October wings into a range of new ven- 14 to 26. The full festival proues around town, including the gramme is available at www. Nelson Musical Theatre, The

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Over a five-decade teaching career Syd Massey taught a range of subjects to his students, but the end of World War 2 wasn’t just from a text book – he could tell them much more. Syd was on the HMNZS Gambia, which was in Tokyo Harbour when the Japanese surrendered and an end to World War 2 was declared. This Saturday, the 70th anniversary of that day will be commemorated in Nelson with an event at Rutherford Park, next to the Trafalgar Centre. Syd now lives in Stoke and has spent much of the past 60 years living in Nelson, as well as the West Coast, Golden Bay and Marlborough. During the start of WW2, Syd was living in England. In 1941, aged 18, he was called up to serve and initially applied for the Air Force before moving to the Royal Navy. There he served in various parts of Europe, Africa and the Pacific, before returning to the UK to train as a radio operator. In 1943 the British gave the Gambia to the Royal New Zealand Navy, but there wasn’t a New Zealander, who was a trained seaman, to operate the wireless communications onboard. So Syd, who had experience and had trained with the American frequencies and codes, was deployed from the Royal Navy and told to serve with the Kiwis. He says the Gambia made its way to the Pacific and was active in the area



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NELSON COLLEGE ARTS FESTIVAL: Rylea Hart, on trumpet one, with the Nelson College Jazz Band, which will be performing at the school’s arts festival on Saturday night. It is the first time the school has hosted an arts festival for more than a decade and events will be running over several days from Thursday this week. Photo: Kate Russell.

Kate Russell Nelson College is set to launch into a weekend of showcasing its finest music, visual arts, media studies and drama, as part of its 2015 arts festival. This is the first major arts festival the college has held in 12 years, and was conceived because there was no joint drama production with Nelson College for Girls this year. Headmaster Gary O’Shea says the cancellation of the yearly production gave them the “perfect opportunity” to showcase all of their arts. “We planned it to coincide with our winter boarding weekend, where parents are here for a weekend of teacher interviews,” he says. “It will be a real community event where Nelson College Old Boys have also been invited.” Gary says that music and drama are prominent subjects at the college, with media studies becoming very popular over the last five years. Media students will have the opportunity to showcase their own documentaries, short films and narrative journalism. Head of music Adrienne McDowell says there will be a wide variety of music on offer, from rock bands to the college’s award-winning jazz band. “We have such great enthusiastic boys, and they have all been practicing very hard,” she says. The festival kicks off on Thursday night in The Crush Hall, which will be converted into an art gallery, followed by a short film festival. Friday night will see a drama improv/theatre sports evening take over the main hall, and Saturday night will close the festival with a variety concert, featuring an extravaganza of music. The front of the school building will also have a slide show of images and artwork projected onto it throughout the festival.

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A Nelson woman has taken on the “opportunity of a lifetime,” and is organising a charity concert to help raise money to rebuild school classrooms in Nepal, which were damaged in the recent earthquake. Bernie Butler is aiming to raise $4000, which is the cost to build a new classroom, through an event she has organised called ‘Music for Nepal,’ which will be held at The Freehouse on 29th August. Bernie will also be going to Nepal in October for a month to get her hands dirty helping with ‘earth-bagging,’ which is what the classrooms are made out of – bags of earth stacked up like bricks. It was only a few weeks ago that Bernie saw a post on Facebook from First Steps Himalaya, a Nelson charity, who said they were looking for volunteers to come and help in Nepal for a month. “I immediately wanted to go,” she says. “I just thought it would be an amazing thing to be part of. It really got under my skin and I wanted to challenge myself.” Bernie set out on a mission to raise money for her flights to

Bernie Butler practices getting her hands dirty ahead of her trip to Nepal in October. Photo: Kate Russell. Nepal, which she did by selling some of her photographs. It only took her three weeks to raise the money. “I’m not a professional photographer or anything, but people really got behind me,” she says. “It feels like the whole community has supported me to make this possible, and special thanks go to Signature Homes and Blueberry IT.” Bernie is still getting orders for her photographs, and says that 100 per cent of the profits she raises will now go to the First Steps Himalaya charity. Bernie says that she hopes that Nelsonians will support the

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Owner Bruce Farley and Moss with one of the more interesting forms of company transport, an Austin 10 van called Molly. working people in the field, including Bruce’s secretary Karen who has been with the business for over 20 years. “We just try and sell ourselves on quality and relationships. Relationships are really important and the one thing I’ve enjoyed most about building the business. I really like contracts where I build up a relationship with the business, and I get sad that it seems to be declining these days,” says Bruce. “Like Nelson Pine, I can walk in there and I know all the managers, it’s the same with the Tasman District Council and the Richmond Mall, it’s like we’re part of their team, not a separate business.” Another thing that sets Sunrise Cleaning apart is their commitment to using green products. The cleaning products they use are exclusively bio-degrada-

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Building homes is in Dennis Dolejs’ blood thanks to his father owning building companies, first in the US and then in Nelson - the Dolejs name has been building homes in Nelson for over 50 years. Better Building Nelson undertakes a range of building work from new homes to renovations and alterations, as well as landscaping and deck construction. Dennis especially enjoys working with sustainable homes and encourages people to use solar, adobe brick and exposed aggregate where possible to create more efficient builds. When you choose Better Building Nelson for the construction of your home, regardless of the process, Dennis will personally work with you through all stages of the project, ensuring you enjoy the work they do for you. Better Building Nelson now has house and land packages available in both Atawhai and Stoke,

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It may be winter but learning to swim is important no matter what the season, and thanks to Riverside Pool, it doesn’t have to be done in the cold. Lisa Bergman has been working with CLM for eight years now and is Swim Magic Swim School’s manager for Riverside and Nayland pools. The Swim Magic programme is designed to keep people safe and teach them the skills to be confident in the water, valuable lessons that come Lisa Bergman in handy when enjoying the beautiful beaches and great rivers in our region. Lessons are held in the warm water of Nayland Pool during the summer and all year round at Riverside pool and are available for any age, whether it’s babies, young children or adults. During term two, Riverside had 504 children every week in the Swimschool programme, an achievement Lisa is proud to be a part of. The programme is currently in its third week of term three, although enrolments are still open for the remaining weeks, until September 26, for just $70. Anyone interested can contact Lisa on 546 3221. Classes run Monday through Saturday. I would like to invite you to contact me about building your dream home. I am dedicated to working with you to make your building experience exciting and easy. Using our team expertise, proven building practices and material, we will build you a home that you will enjoy living in, and be proud to share with your friends and family.

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Waka ama gaining in popularity Outrigger canoeing, also known in New Zealand as “waka ama,” is a rapidlygrowing sport in Nelson, and the local Maitahi Outrigger Canoe Club offers a range of options for beginners, right through to seasoned canoeists. Club president Peter Bywater, who has been involved with the club for eight years, says that outrigger canoeing is a very social, accessible sport that is great for fitness. The club, which was formed in 2001, has around 120 members, and has doubled its membership in the past five years. “We’ve grown quite significantly,” says Peter. “We cater for a large range of ages, so there are ten year olds up to 70 year olds getting involved.” The club participates in a winter series every year, where clubs throughout the Nelson Marlborough region take turns at hosting a race every


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month over the winter. The clubs involved are Maitahi, Waikawa, Golden Bay, Motueka, and Whakatu Marae. At the end of the series, the points are tallied up and the winner takes the trophy. So far this winter, they have had three races, with the last one to be held in Kaiteriteri at the end of August. “It’s a great way to keep everyone active over the winter months,” says Peter. The summer months are also busy for the club, with lots of races throughout the region, a big regatta in Kaiteriteri, and a fun day at the beach. The club also holds their own race at Nelson Lakes every February. If people want to find out more, or give outrigger canoeing a go, the club holds a club day every Sunday where people can just show up and try it out. For more information about the club and events, visit www.maitahi-outrigging.

Members from the Maitahi Outrigger Canoe Club, from left to right: Samantha Hickman, Linda Heath, Tony Davies, Peter Bywater (president), Judith Davies, and Katie Davies. Photo: Samantha Hickman.


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SportS RUGBY: Nelson College First XV lost to Christchurch Boys High School 2517 in the final round-robin game of the UC Championship Crusaders secondary schools rugby series, played in Christchurch on Saturday. Nelson finished fifth in the competition and will now contest the second-tier plate competition. CYCLING: Nelson cyclist George Bennett completed a good lead-up to the La Vuelta Espana when he finished 21st riding for his Dutch team Lotto NL Jumbo in the sevenstage Tour of Poland at the weekend. George finished 9 minutes 56 seconds behind the winner Jon Izaguirre of the Moviestar team. The three-week La Vuelta Espana starts on August 22. MOUNTAINBIKING: Nelson mountainbiker Derek Milne won his 50+ age group in the Singletrack 6 multi-stage race held in Western Canada last week. Derek finished in 12hr 49min 16sec. Another Nelson rider, Doug Sharland, finished seventh in the 50+ section in 15 hours 12 minutes.

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Garin College wing attack Jess Brooks leaps for a pass during her side's win over Jacks. Photo: Jessie Johnston.

A third quarter lapse cost Jacks Pro Netball in the Premier 2 game against Garin Senior A, played at Saxton Stadium on Saturday. The teams traded goals in the opening stanza, and there was a considerable amount of turnover ball which did not have a high conversion rate. The college girls went into the first break with a slender 7-6 advantage. Turnovers continued to mount in the second quarter, so much so the umpires were heard to be discussing the number (18 in total, with only a miserly three converted) compared to only five goals scored apiece. Jacks goal keep Jordan Webby was in dynamic form, as she punished Garin’s cross court passing to pull in intercept after intercept. Goal defence Paula Campbell only picked up the one intercept, however she was on hand through court as she endeavoured to pressure every pass. While Garin was up 12-11 at the major break, the game was there for either team to take control of. Jacks broke the first pass of the third quarter to draw level, however Garin lifted the bar with Jess Brooks’ introduction at wing attack. Jess impressed off the line, offered a good option at second phase and worked solidly to deliver quality ball to her shooters Kate Hand and

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Netball Reporter Poppy Restieaux. Poppy was particularly productive netting seven from eight, to add to Kate’s four from five. Down 15-23 with ten minutes to go, Jacks proved they were certainly not out of the game. Megan Stack moved from the wing into centre which offered a more potent attack, and she had an impressive three intercepts against her name for the final quarter. Krissy-Lee Price was a useful option at wing attack as she drove nicely onto the ball. While Garin’s final quarter was far from their best, their defensive pairing of Sarah Robinson and Mereana Haldane toiled tirelessly. Mereana in particular gained countless deflections. Celeste Dempster returned to the court at goal attack for Jacks after sitting out the third quarter. Celeste continued with her good work rate through court and had her most productive conversion rate. Hayley Bradley converted the bulk of the goals, and was on hand to rebound strongly for the second chance. While the attempts were evenly shared, with 36 each, it was Garin who claimed the 26-21 win, being their first for the championship round.

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Mum, its one year ago that our cement that held our family together slipped peacefully away. Life has gone on but it’s not the same without you. You were one amazing lady, never complaining despite all you went thru & living life to the max as best as you could. Didn’t say it often but I hope you know how much I loved you. Teena xx

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Community Events Stoke SeniorS: Tues 11 Aug, Big HOUSIE $5; Thurs 13 Aug, Frank Meria is back to play piano & sing; Tues 18 Aug, QUIZ. All welcome; Weds 19 Aug, The Dominoes perform hits of the 40’s & 50’s @ 1.30pm; Most weekly concerts/events start at 1.30pm with a donation of $3 (unless otherwise stated). This includes afternoon tea in the Stoke Seniors Hall, 548 Main Rd, Stoke PH: 5472660 Drop in papercraft sessions for adults, Elma Turner Library: Tues 11, 18 & 25 Aug, 1.302.30pm. Free & materials provided. Contact the library for info. new in town or just keen to meet some people? Join the Nelson Newcomers Network for drinks / nibbles at Rhythm & Brown, 19 New St. 12 Aug, 7pm onwards. Contact, ph: 021 209 0486 the aSthma Society welcomes you to our seated exercise classes, to help manage your respiratory health. The Nelson class is held fortnightly, Wed at 2pm, Reformed Church, Enner Glynn. (Aug classes 12 & 26). The Richmond class is held monthly, Tues, 10am, Oakwoods Village(next class 1 Sept) & our Stoke class is held monthly, 1.30pm, Ernest Rutherford Village (next class 2 Sept) Write the dates in your diary or for details ph Sue 5467675. nelSon Savage club: Weds 12 Aug, Variety Concert, 7.30pm, Stoke Primary School Hall. Admission $2. Supper & raffles. All welcome. Pn: Anne 547 2660. foreSt & birD Wed 12 Aug, Wetlands Restoration, talk & advice by Rhys Barrier, Manager NM Fish & Game. 7.30pm Tahunanui School Hall, Muritai St. multiple birth parentS Support group, 11:30-12:30, 12 Aug, Ecomoon, Bridge St. Casual group open to parents & expectant parents of twins & triplets. Drop in for a coffee & chat. Shelley King 0275 305 268 / / Facebook: Nelson Marlborough Multiple Birth Club come & practiSe your german: Krauts German Restauarant & Bar, Montgomery Sq, Nelson 5.30 - 6.30 second Weds every month. Next meeting Wed 12 Aug. probuS club of Nelson City welcomes men & women as new members. Next meeting 9.45am, Thurs 13 Aug, Nelson Golf Club, 38 Bolt Rd. Speaker - Dr Gareth Parry. Deirdre 547 4146. celebrate family hiStory month at Nelson Library. Lunchtime talk by researchers J & H Mitchell ‘Why Whakapapa is crucial to Maori & to understanding Maori culture’. Fri 14 Aug, 12.30pm nelSon tramping club invites you 15 Aug, Wooded Peak, Fit, ph Dan 548 3458. 16 Aug, Snow Training Day, Rainbow, Easy, ph Pat 539 1340. car waSh fundraiser for the Nelson U15 Boys A Rep Hockey team, Sun 16 Aug, 10-3 Tahuna Tyre General, $6 Per Car, help the boys get to Dunedin. Stroke founDation Carer's Support Group, meet Mon 17 Aug, 319 Hardy St. 1.302.30pm. Includes Info & education on stroke, community services & support to caregivers & family members. Anne-Marie 545 8183.

why the library SellS bookS. Friends of Nelson Library talk following AGM. 19 Aug, 2pm, Free. Enq: Jill 922 000 Seniornet nelSon Next club Day - 19 Aug, 2pm, 11 Hastings St. John Hunter & Patric, from Noel Leeming, will be demonstrating the new Windows 10 operating system from Microsoft All welcome. Contact Chris 548 4866. Stoke SeniorS funDraiSing QuiZ nite. Fri 21 AUG, Stoke Memorial Hall, 6.30pm. Quizmaster Brad O’Leary. Please be seated by 6pm. Teams of 10 people max. $20 per person (incl. Table snacks & food platters). Mini auctions & great prizes to be won! Come & test your brain power & join the fun! Admission is by ticket only which can be purchased from the Office at 548 Main Rd, Stoke. Ph: 547 2660. nelSon inStitute talk - part of SpeakOut VSA 2015. 23 Aug, Nelson Library, 2pm. $2. VSA volunteer Pat Martin back from a challenging two years in Timor-Leste working with World Vision in communications & advocacy roles. Difficult in country where over 30 languages are spoken, & little English. Queries 5451646 free Seminar: MACULAR DEGENERATION Affects 1 in 7 people over 50 years old. Learn from Nelson’s Dr Sacha Moore of the impact, medical research, treatments & resources. Hosts: Nelson North Lions Club, Ocean Lodge, 24 Aug, 7.30pm. Booking essential. Ph 547 5071. alcoholicS anonymouS If you want to drink that’s your business. If you want to stop, we can help. 0800 AAWORKS (0800 229 6757) concerneD about your weight? Eating too much? Do you eat when you are not hungry? Are you powerless over food? There is a solution. Overeaters Anonymous 022 673 0237 or volunteerS neeDeD: Do you love helping mums & bubs & have some time to give back to the community? Nelson Parents Centre is looking for some keen people to help co-ordinate & facilitate their antenatal & postnatal courses in Nelson. Ph Tania 545 0964 / neeD to raiSe funDS? Nelson Soroptomist Int is looking for non profit organisations who would like to hold a stall at their 3rd October Trash 'N Treasure sale to raise funds for their organisation. For info Jill Richards 548 8710. become a Samaritan: If you are caring, compassionate & a good listener, with a few hours to spare each week, we would like to hear from you. Excellent training & support will be provided commencing in Sept. For info ph 548 2400 or Email: "favourite birDS" Spectacular new photos of native & endemic birds AVAILABLE NOW! Hardys Health Shop, Richmond Mall; MacMillans Cafe, Bateup Road; Grey Power Office, Stoke; Delicious Gift Shop, Mapua. $10 each. To be an Outlet - Ph 027 548 9948. Fund Raiser for Native Bird Recovery - Richmond Group frienDShip with a purpoSe - join inner wheel. Ph Sharon for details 544 8312 we neeD you!! The Nelson Budget Service is a vibrant NGO which plays a vital part in the community helping people in need of financial help. Join our governance committee & make a difference. Contact us on 5469021 or email nel-

Keeping you in touch for more info. habitat for humanity are opening a 'Re-Store' in Nelson! We're currently on the lookout for volunteers to help in the shop or behind the scenes. Good quality donations would also be greatly appreciated! Call 547 4626 for info. Stoke kinDergarten garage Sale: Seeking donations of good-quality used items for the sale on 5 Sept. Drop off at the kindergarten, 21 Ranui Rd, 8.30am-2.30pm weekdays. Stalls available for $10, email volunteering with Red Cross is fun & rewarding & gives you an opportunity to work in a team & experience new cultures. Next Refugee Support Volunteer Training Course starts 18 Sept. For more information contact jettie. or 548 4978 regular eventS learn engliSh for only $3 per session. ATAWHAI COMMUNITY CHURCH every Thurs 7-8.30pm. Free transport from i-SITE Information Centre. Call Ray 021 216 3200 for info. proState cancer Support group meets 1st Thurs of month Broadgreen House 1.30-3.30pm contact Graham 522 4938. Swimming group: All welcome Ngawhatu Pool every Fri, 12.30pm $3 donation to Cancer Society 539 3662. meDitation anD relaxation Tues 10.30am Fairfield House $3 donation to Cancer Society. All welcome ph 539 3662. Dance : Victory Community Centre. Weds, 8pm. Come & join our fun group. Ballroom & Sequence. $2.50pp. Ph. Roger, 5466562. are you breaStfeeDing? Looking for support? Contact us, Mum4Mum for mom to mom breastfeeding support, guidance & advice. 021 277 2098 or visit our FB Page. Sit & be fit Victory Community Centre, Tues, 10am & Victory Community Church (238 Upper Vanguard St), Thurs, 10am. Fun while you get fitter, work at your level. Great music. Shirley 547 1433 or 021 121 8023 Social DartS: Every Mon night, 7pm, Sun City Dart Hall, Sovereign St, All Welcome, any age, any skill level. Contact: Tai 547 4251 or Karen 027 577 0805. FB - Sun City Darts Nelson. heart help: A support group for people that have had surgery or other heart events. Get together at the Honest Lawyer, Monaco for a coffee & chat, 3rd Sat of the month at 10.30am. Ph Alan 547 6552 or Graham 021 034 6335 winter bowling @ Bowls Tahunanui, 131 Tahunanui Dr. Names in by 12.45pm. Organised play every Tues, Thurs, Sat. New players welcome. Ph Joan 970 0133. waimarama comm. garDenS welcomes volunteers Mons & Weds mornings 9.3012.30pm. Learn by doing with our great team. Relax with tea under the trees after. volunteer nelSon: Are you looking to volunteer? Are you a community organisation looking for volunteers, training, information or advice? Check out no matter what’S troubling you - Samaritans listen anytime of the day or

night. 0800 726 666 engliSh converSation group for ESL speakers, Weds 4.30-6pm, Trinity Church Hall, behind the Church, 64 Nile St, next to Nelson Central School. Students, locals & visitors welcome for informal conversation, & a cup of tea, coffee. Rachael 021 026 86970. nelSon Scrabble club (Inc) invites interested people to our free training sessions in competitive scrabble. Nelson Suburban Club 7-10pm every Wed. Tony 545 1159. alliance francaiSe Join us Fri, 4-5:45pm, La Gourmandise, 276 Hardy St, for informal French conversation. All welcome whatever your level of French. See toaStmaSterS Improve your social confidence. Learn the art & skills of public speaking. There are 4 Toastmasters Clubs in Nelson & Motueka. For info contact June, 022-018-0853 or nelSon community potterS 136 Rutherford St. Learn the art of pottery. Handbuilding,wheel work beginners to expert. Social group Thurs 10-12. Term 3 Classes available. Ph Elizabeth 548-1488. tenniS DoubleS: Sat, from 1pm, all levels catered for, Tahuna Tennis Club, Tahuna Dr. Mike 547 6562. Social table tenniS: Saxton Stadium, Mon & Fri mornings, Wed evenings. Morning tea/supper provided. All welcome. Ph 547 3005 / 547 9479. Visit ScottiSh country Dancing: Thurs 7.30pm, YMCA in Toi Toi St, Nelson. New dancers welcome, no partner needed. Kelly 547-5721. pool-pilateS. New water based exercise class. Gentle on joints whilst improving posture, balance, core strength & breathing. Tues, 1-2pm Ngawhatu pool, Stoke, $8. Angie 547 0198. victory community centre: Ph: 546 8385 Hearing Clinic: Available for free checks and assessments for 16+yrs. Phone for appt. Cervical Screening Clinic: Held 1st Tues each month. No or low cost, criteria applies. Ph for appt. FREE Nursing Clinic: Every Tues 5.30-7.30pm. Checks, assessments, info, blood pressure, minor illness, and other services at Victory Com Centre & 1st Tues of month, Franklyn Village. me cfS fm Support Nelson Bays. Find support with others who understand. Come & join our small informal group, third Mon each month, Suter Cafe, Halifax St, 2.30pm. E: "JuSt uS Drama" invites new members, actors & helpers, Mons 1-2.30pm. We do acted play readings for senior groups but welcome any age group. Ph Marion 547 0509. iSel laDieS probuS club welcomes new members to friendly, interesting meetings 4th Weds each month, 10am, Elim Church, Main Rd. Ilene 547 8279 or Bev 547 6522. aQua aerobicS: Mons 3-4pm, Ngawhatu pool, for women of all ages. $6. Enquires ph Lyn 5473263 or Sandy 5445993. Scrabble: come join social Scrabble every Sat, 1.15pm, Surburban Club. Ph 548 9006.

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