Nelson Leader : January 15th 2015
WHAT’S ON/PUZZLES ■ Social, Cultural NELSON Railway Society Founders Park, train operating Friday January 16, Saturday 17 and Sunday 18. Note special train on Sunday, it’s Kite Day. Railcar will run every day thereafter, 11am till 4pm. $5/$3pp. SINGLES Doing Stuff, meet at Armadillos, Richmond Friday January 16, 7.30pm. Ph Wendy 027 723 8850 for more info. DANCING on Saturday, St Davids Church Hall, Florence St, January 17, 7.30pm till 11pm. Programme for everyone. $6 and a supper plate please. Ph Richard 544 4120. GSPOONERS Rail Tunnel, Open Day Sunday January 18, 10am till 2pm, $2pp entry. Good torches and footwear are essential. Turn off foot of Spooners, Kohatu side, follow signs, no dogs. WAKA Ama Fun Day, Sunday January 18, 11am till 2pm Tahuna Beach. All equipment supplied, training given, Open to everyone, BBQ. www.maitahioutrigging.org.nz or contact email@example.com STOKE Seniors, Wednesday January 21 Anne Spear with favourite songs,1.30pm, $3. Thursday January 22 Daryl Page plays ukulele and sings,1.30pm. Tuesday January 27 Bob Young’s country music, 1.30pm. 548 Main Rd, Stoke Ph 547 2660. FREE Public Talk, Peace equals Happiness, January 22, 5.45pm till 7.15pm. Learn to be happy all the time. Meditation for modern life. Talk held at Hearing Association, Nelson. Details MeditateInNelson.org NELSON Institute Coffee and Books, Sunday Febru- YOUR EARS NEED CARE Accredited 10% Ear Nurse Specialist Pip Mitchell Discount on Greypower or Super Gold Card War Pensions / ACC Registered Nelson Nursing Service 469 Main Road, Stoke. Ph 547-2814 NEW ZEALAND CROSSWORD 12 3 4 9 10 THE WEEKLY WORKOUT answers for each puzzle are included on this page YOUR STARS 5 678 Aries Mar 21 – Apr 19 Your fuse is likely to be extremely short this week and it won’t take much for you to lose your temper. Someone in the family is irritating you beyond belief, but try to contain your anger towards this person. Taurus Apr 20 - May 20 11 14 19 15 20 12 13 16 17 21 18 Looks like something is on your mind this week. Alternatively, could it be that you’re simply feeling like a bear with a sore head. Either way, you’re not at your best, so keep to yourself and have some early nights. Gemini May 21 – Jun 20 It may be best to avoid that friend who has been annoying you of late, or else you won’t be able to keep your mouth shut. On the other hand, a good clean ght can also clear the air, but be civilised about it. Cancer Jun 21 – Jul 21 22 24 ACROSS 1. NZ food brand, created 1936 (3,3) 5. Continually annoy (6) 9/10. NZ rally champion who died in 2003 (6,6) 11. Whale Rider director, Niki __ (4) 12. Take away (8) 14. Not as strong (6) 16. Shouted (6) 19. If absolutely necessary (2,1,5) 21. Liability (4) 22. Achieved by luck (6) 23. Female warrior (6) 24. Make possible (6) 25. Tipsy (6) 23 25 DOWN 2. Cut off (7) 3. High country grass (7) 4. Works out with weights (5,4) 6. Up in the air (5) 7. Method of fast communication, pre internet (7) 8. Perfumed (7) 13. Kiwi equestrian who won four Olympic medals (5,4) 14. Waterfront worker (7) 15. Long-time Cook Strait ferry (7) 17. Peter Snell’s coach (7) 18. Drag into a plot or scheme (7) 20. Perfect (5) Best you be warned that things might get a little hot at home or at work this week. You don’t have to take anything lying down, so if you feel it is appropriate, ght for what you believe are your rights. SUDOKU Fill the grid so every row, column and every 3x3 box contains 1-9 Leo Jul 22 – Aug 22 That friend, who lives far away, knows just how to push your buttons and even though you’re not usually a defensive person, you probably cannot help but to over-react this week. Don’t hurt each other unnecessarily. Virgo Aug 23 – Sep 22 Before you know it, you may nd that you are embroiled in a ght over money. This is likely to be with someone you have close nancial ties with and it is best the two of you bring things out into the open. Libra Sep 23 – Oct 22 Your better half seems to be rather irritable and agitated this week. Be wise and stay out of hisher way or else you could nd that you are being dumped upon emotionally. You need not accept his/her rude behaviour. Scorpio Oct 23 – Nov 21 It is going to be very hard for you to hide your contempt for that certain person. At times like this, you tend to uncurl that sting on your tail, but remember only to use it in extreme cases of self-defence. THE TOP 10 1. Which crew member on the Endeavour was first to see New Zealand on October 6, 1769? 2. In mythology, who carried the Earth on his back? 3. In area, which is larger, Canada or China? 4. Who did Sheriff Pat Garrett shoot and kill on July 14, 1881? 5. What was the surname of the man who founded the Battle Creek Toasted Corn Flake Company in 1906? 6. Junko Tabei was the first woman to do what: climb to the summit of Mount Everest, take a space walk or eat 17 pies in 60 seconds? 7. Does the starling hop along or walk along when on the ground? 8. Which opera was written to celebrate the opening of the Suez Canal? 9. How many rivers are there in Saudi Arabia? 10. A Monégasque is a national of which country? TOP 10 ary 1, 2pm Activity Room, Nelson Library, $2pp. Saving the Edwin Fox, how and why. Nigel Costley author of Teak and Tide, about a rare maritime survivor. Ph 545 1646. PROBUS Club of Nelson City, welcomes men and women as new members. Next meeting 9.30am Thursday February 12. Nelson Golf Club, 38 Bolt Rd, Tahunanui. Please Ph Deidre 547 4146. FORMER Refugees, require volunteer assistance. Have fun, meet new people and experience new cultures. Next training February 13 till 15. Contactjettie.firstname.lastname@example.org, 548 4978. DIVORCED/SEPARATED, find help, discover hope, experience healing Divorce Care 13wk, DVD course starts February 23, 7.30pm till 9.30pm Richmond Church of Christ, $5 weekly. Ph 027 419 3035, DivorceCarenn@gmail.com VOLUNTEER Nelson, are you looking to volunteer? Are you a community organisation looking for volunteers, training, information or advice? Check out our services at www.volunteernelson.org.nz 546 7681. ■ Health NELSON Diabetes Club, will meet on Friday January 30 from 1.30pm, Nick Smith’s Rooms, 544 Waimea Rd, Annesbrook. Speaker, afternoon tea, gold coin donation. Ph Joan 548 6263. SURVIVORS and Thrivers, coffee, chat, connect Tuesday February10, WOW Cafe, come along and meet like minded people, cost $5 subsidised by Cancer Society Nelson. Ph 539 3662 or email@example.com ALCOHOLICS Anonymous, if you want to drink that’s your business, if you want to stop, we can help Ph 0800 229 6757. Registered Nurse, Member of Ear Nurse Specialist Group Aotearoa SAMARITANS, no matter what’s troubling you, Samaritans can listen anytime of the day or night. Ph 0800 726 666. LIFE Linc Nelson, feeling sad, stressed or stuck? Identify and explore new ways to move forward with a Life Linc Nelson Counsellor. Ph 548 2400. Up to 10 free face to face counselling sessions. Al ANON Family Groups, confidential support for those affected by someone else’s drinking. Meetings Nelson Monday 7pm Tahunanui Library. Friday Noon 30 Nile St, Richmond. Wednesday 5.15pm 62 Oxford St. Ph 0508 425 266. ■ Sport SWIMMING Ngawhatu Pool, all welcome starts Friday January 16, $3 donation to Cancer Society Nelson. Ph 539 3662 firstname.lastname@example.org TOP of the South Native Plant Group Field Trip, Sunday January 18, Rawhiti Cave Golden Bay. Meet at Church steps 8am. Please register with Shannel Courtney Ph 546 9922 by Friday January 16. WAIMEA Tramping Club, Sunday January 18, Browning Hut, easy/moderate, Ph Katie 547 7850. Saturday January 24, Lake Rotoiti circuit, moderate, Ph Alison 027 458 6847. Visit waimeatrampingclub.org.nz NELSON 50+ Mini Walkers, January 20 City to Marina. Meet 10am, Nile St, Ph Elaine 548 5048. NELSON 50+ Walking Group, January 22 Brook Sanctuary 9.30am start Ph Richard 544 8028 or Adriana 538 0271. STABILISE at Saxton Stadium, this class is designed to increase strength and stability through hips, core and pelvic floor. A light resistance class every Friday 10.30am till 11.15am starting January 23, cost $10. POOL Pilates, new water based exercise class. Gentle on joints whilst Improving posture, balance, core strength and breathing. Starts Tuesday January 27 1pm till 2pm, Ngawhatu pool, Stoke, $8. Ph Angie 5470198 to enrol. TAI Chi for Health at Saxton Stadium, every Thursday starting February 5, beginners at 10am, intermediate at 11.30am Cost $10 or $80 concession for 10 sessions Ph 538 0072. CROQUET, business house teams wanted. Golf croquet begins February 9, 5.45pm, $5pp per night. Teams of two. Flat shoes. Entries close February 5. Ph Thelma 547 6384, Alan 546 7396. JOGGING Sport Tasman, entry level, learn how to jog gradually and safely starts Wednesday February 11, 5.30pm Ph Sarah 923 2313 or email@example.com for more info. No charge. FITNESS in the Park, starting February 14 every Saturday. Get active with a different trainer for 10 weeks. All levels of fitness catered for. It is Free. Visit THE NELSON LEADER, JANUARY 15, 2015 23 www.sporttasman.org.nz/Fitness_in_the_Park BADMINTON at Saxton Stadium, starting February 18, Juniors 4pm till 5pm Cost $5 or $24 for 6 weeks, adults 5pm till 6pm Cost $6 or $30 for 6 week. Ph Sport Tasman 538 0072 to register. CORE n Floor Class, Saxton Stadium, Mondays and Wednesdays 10.30am till 11.30am, is designed to help regain strength and control post pregnancy, Cost $10 or concessions available. RUGBY, Rangers Rugby Senior Team Pre Season training, Upper Moutere 6pm Tuesdays, touch rugby blow out. Ph Mark 0274229949 for more details. ANGIE’S AquaFit 2015, get fitter, feel good about yourself. Low impact and a superb way to be active. Not just for Nannas. Tuesday 10.45am till 11.45am, Thursday 3.30pm till 4.30pm, $7 Ngawhatu Pool, Stoke Ph Angie 547 0198. RICHMOND Morning Badminton, welcomes new and former badminton players to come along to their social badminton group, which meets every Monday and Friday mornings 10am until 12pm, at the badminton hall, Gladstone Rd, Richmond. YOGA on the Beach, Saturdays 8am Wednesdays 7.45am. No experience needed. Bring a mat or towel. Ph 027 622 1878. CYCLING, entry Level groups in Nelson and Richmond, weekly cycles around our wonderful cycleways. Our focus is on enjoyment rather than distance. Sarah.H@sporttasman.org.nz or Ph Sarah 923 2313. No Charge. • Ear Care • Wax Removal by Micro-suction • Ear Nurse Specialist • ACC & War Pension approved • Appointments Necessary Call the clinic nearest to you: 0800 400 403 Nelson, Richmond, Motueka & Takaka 284 Sagittarius Nov 22 – Dec 20 You are in an assertive mood this week and it seems necessary for you to test your strength and agility against that of another person. The best way to express this is to play a game of competitive sport. Capricorn Dec 21 – Jan 20 A family feud threatens to spoil the atmosphere at home this week. It is, however, denitely better to get things onto the table than to have people moping about suppressing their anger and/or hurt feelings. Aquarius Jan 21 - Feb 18 You could be a danger to yourself and others if you at all attempt to drive when you are angry. You must have heard that expression that there are no accidents, so don’t say you have not been warned… Pisces Feb 19 – Mar 20 You’re feeling rather possessive of your things this week, so it is going to be very easy to get annoyed with someone whom you feel does not respect your property. Perhaps this has been coming for a while, so have your say. SUDOKU NZ CROSSWORD 6397104AA TI P T O P H A R ASS S U U L L POS S U M BO URN E L S P CAR O SU B T R A C T T C I AT A P I N C H DE B T R H D O T Y M T I R FL U K E D AM A Z O N I R A I R I EN A B L E TI D D L Y I C F M N I E W EAK E R YE L L E D H R 1. Nicholas Young (“Young Nick”), 2. Atlas, 3. Canada, 4. Billy the Kid, 5. Kellogg, 6. Climb Mount Everest, 7. Walk, 8. Aida, 9. None, 10. Monaco.
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