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4 hours ago

Help your club look smart and fresh all year round.

Resene

If your sports, music, hobby or community club facilities look a little worse for wear, Resene have fresh colour and paint to bring them back to their very best!

Resene have 3 prizes of $1500 of Resene quality paints, primers/sealers, wood stains and accessories to give away.

In addition, … View more
If your sports, music, hobby or community club facilities look a little worse for wear, Resene have fresh colour and paint to bring them back to their very best!

Resene have 3 prizes of $1500 of Resene quality paints, primers/sealers, wood stains and accessories to give away.

In addition, each winning club will receive a $500 Prezzy card, that you can use to keep your volunteer painters nourished and happy while they are doing the painting! PLUS we have some extra spot prize vouchers too! Simply nominate your club and tell us why they deserve to win! Entries close 31 August 2020!

You are welcome to nominate more than one club.
Enter online

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9 days ago

WHAT STANDARDS DO WE EXPECT OUR LOCAL MP TO LIVE BY?

Helen from The Brook

Politicians have to be thick skinned and live with more scrutiny than the average voter. Rightly so, and this includes Nick Smith.

"We know that he is feeling under pressure in his seat of Nelson this year, but staggering about in the dead of night, ranting about Nazis and having to be … View more
Politicians have to be thick skinned and live with more scrutiny than the average voter. Rightly so, and this includes Nick Smith.

"We know that he is feeling under pressure in his seat of Nelson this year, but staggering about in the dead of night, ranting about Nazis and having to be forcibly removed from the chamber is not the way to behave as an MP."

"Wood said Smith's behaviour was unlikely to endear him to local voters, who want an MP focused on representing them."

New Zealand Herald wrote: www.nzherald.co.nz...

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18 hours ago

500 new houses in the Maitai Valley ?????????

Tony from Maitai

Public meeting : The Prince Albert, Tuesday 14 , 7pm


If you don't like the thought of the proposed subdivision, and would like more information go here : www.facebook.com......


Shared with Maitai + 16 Other Neighbourhoods in Noticeboard

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18 hours ago

Artist's Easel for Sale

Gerald from The Wood

Sturdy, wooden Artist's Easel for sale
Adjustable height
Folds for storage

Price: $25

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1 day ago

Subscribe to Sunday Star Times

Stuff Ltd

What better way to take a load off than to put your feet up and get inspired with a fresh copy of the Sunday Star-Times each week. For a limited time, when you subscribe to the Sunday Star-Times for just 6 months*, we are giving away a free Gourmet Spice Pack valued at $65 so you can get crafty in … View moreWhat better way to take a load off than to put your feet up and get inspired with a fresh copy of the Sunday Star-Times each week. For a limited time, when you subscribe to the Sunday Star-Times for just 6 months*, we are giving away a free Gourmet Spice Pack valued at $65 so you can get crafty in the kitchen with Raptor Naturals finest flavours.

Call us on 0800 339 000 or click on the button below and use the promo code “SSTRAPTOR” to redeem this special offer now.

Hurry as this offer ends 31st July, 2020!

*T&Cs apply. For full terms and conditions, please visit www.mags4gifts.co.nz
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1 day ago

stoke morning social badminton

Suzie from Tahunanui

we are now playing out of the nelson badminton hall gladstone road
richmond nelson
every tuesday morning cost $ 3,00
morning tea supplied
all players welcome
contact suzie
0212518542

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1 day ago

richmond morning badminton

Suzie from Tahunanui

richmond morning social badminton group plays all year round
monday and fridat mornings
10am until 12pm
cost $ 4.00
morning tea suplied
players will loan out racquets and the club does have spare ones
all players welcome
contact suzie
0212518542

1 day ago

Next issue of Get Growing ezine - coming next week!

Reporter NZ Gardener & Get Growing

Hi neighbours, the next issue of Get Growing will now be released early next week, so keep your eyes peeled! In the meantime you can read all previous editions here, so dig in and enjoy!

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6 days ago

Raspberry canes to buy or swap

Janet from Nelson

If you have raspberry canes for sale or swap I'd love to hear from you. I can swap for flax, canna lilies or ringa ringa lilies.

3 days ago

Nelson residents counting the cost of private way oversight

Tim Newman Reporter from The Nelson Mail

The residents of Henrietta Way in Nelson overlooked the fine print about the ownership of the road when the subdivision was set up in 2005.

Now they're stuck with a $24,000 road repair bill shared between eight households, and want to warn people in similar situations not to make the same … View more
The residents of Henrietta Way in Nelson overlooked the fine print about the ownership of the road when the subdivision was set up in 2005.

Now they're stuck with a $24,000 road repair bill shared between eight households, and want to warn people in similar situations not to make the same mistake they did.

Have you experienced a similar predicament with a private way? Let us know in the comments below.

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1 day ago

Youth Theatre faces 'deep hole' if it can't recover sales through Ticket Rocket

Tim O'Connell Reporter from The Nelson Mail

A Nelson theatre company is worried it could be left $15,000 out-of-pocket if Ticket Rocket does not honour ticket sales to its two current productions.

Nelson Youth Theatre's school holiday productions opened on Thursday but the unresolved ticket issues have left it worried for its future.

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1 day ago

Cafe owner doubles down during pandemic by opening new store

Tim O'Connell Reporter from The Nelson Mail

The Garden Window opened its new Country Store in Washington Valley at the start of June, adding to its Greenmeadows Centre cafe in Stoke and established kiosk at the rear of Isel House.

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1 day ago

Slow-down in the centre city?

Skara Bohny Reporter from The Nelson Mail

Nelson Council is asking for public feedback on proposals to reduce the speed limit in the CBD, on Selwyn Pl, and on 36 residential streets around Nelson that have no footpath on at least one side of the road. People can give their thoughts on limits like 20kmh, 30kmh, or 40kmh on most streets.
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Nelson Council is asking for public feedback on proposals to reduce the speed limit in the CBD, on Selwyn Pl, and on 36 residential streets around Nelson that have no footpath on at least one side of the road. People can give their thoughts on limits like 20kmh, 30kmh, or 40kmh on most streets.
What do you think - about time, or too slow?

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