Nelson Leader : March 14th 2013
7 THE NELSON LEADER, MARCH 14, 2013 NEWS EASYPAY® OPTION MEANS ALL YOU PAY IS THE ADVERTISED PRICE PLUS INSURANCE & CREDIT FEES. EASYPAY® IS A REGISTERED TRADEMARK OF SMITHS CITY (SOUTHERN) LIMITED. MINIMUM PURCHASE FOR EASYPAY® OPTION IS $499 (OTHER PAYMENT OPTIONS ARE AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE LESS THAN $499). ALL FINANCE OFFERS ARE SUBJECT TO NORMAL CREDIT GRANTING PROCEDURES. AN INSURANCE CHARGE AND CREDIT FEES ARE REQUIRED. A DEPOSIT MAY BE REQUIRED ON COMPUTERS, MOBILE PHONES, CAR AUDIO PRODUCTS AND NEW ACCOUNTS. INTEREST IS CHARGED FROM THE DATE OF PURCHASE, HOWEVER IF YOU COMPLETE THE ACCOUNT IN FULL WITHIN THE EASYPAY® OPTION PERIOD ALL YOU PAY IS THE ADVERTISED PRICE PLUS THE CREDIT FEES AND INSURANCE CHARGE. WEEKLY PAYMENTS IF STATED ARE BASED ON A 36 MONTH TERM AND INCLUDE BOOKING AND CREDIT FEES, INSURANCE & INTEREST CHARGE. APPLE PRODUCTS, SELECTED COMPUTERS, GAME CONSOLES & SOME PROMOTIONAL ITEMS ARE NOT AVAILABLE IN CONJUNCTION WITH DISCOUNT OR EASYPAY® OPTIONS OFFERS. UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED, DISPLAY ACCESSORIES ARE NOT INCLUDED. DEPENDING ON COLOUR AND COMBINATION, SOME LOUNGE FURNITURE MAY HAVE TO BE ORDERED TO CUSTOMER REQUIREMENTS. ALL OFFERS AND PRICES IN THIS ADVERTISEMENT ARE VALID FOR A MAXIMUM OF SEVEN DAYS FROM THE DATE OF PUBLICATION OR WHILE STOCKS LAST. SOME PRODUCTS MAY NOT BE AVAILABLE IN SOME STORES. 9898 MW 26 Hardy St, NELSON Ph: 548-2149 EVERYTHING FOR YOUR HOME + Massive Deals! 30 MONTHS ON EVERYTHING OVER $499 EASYPAY EASYPAY OPTION MEANS ALL YOU PAY IS THE ADVERTISED PRICE PLUS INSURANCE AND CREDIT FEES. CONDITIONS APPLY. SEE BELOW FOR DETAILS. STAMINA TREADMILL LESS THAN $14 PER WEEK X202 ELLIPTICAL TRAINER LESS THAN $10 PER WEEK WAS $169999 NOW $129999 SAVE $400 WAS $109999 NOW $89999 SAVE $200 LARGE LCD CONSOLE! Nelson cyclists' faces revealed On his bike: Bicycle Nelson Bays co-ordinator John-Paul Pochin is photographing cyclists around the region for the Faces of Cycling project that aims to ''humanise'' cyclists. PHOTO: MATT LAWREY Snapped: Sealord worker Graham Bloomfield. Commuter: Sky O'Brien on her way to school. PHOTOS: JOHN-PAUL POCHIN By MATT LAWREY Bike riders diverse bunch Bicycle Nelson Bays has launched a project aimed at humanising'' cyclists. The Faces of Cycling involves co-ordinator and professional pho- tographer John-Paul Pochin tak- ing portraits of cyclists and post- ing them on the Bicycle Nelson Bays website. Each entry includes a brief description of the cyclist and where John-Paul met them. John-Paul hopes to get about 100 portraits on the site to draw atten- tion to the diversity of people who pedal. It's very easy to group cyclists together. They look the same on the road. From behind you don't know who they are,'' he said. This is a way to show people that they could be your father or your friend's daughter or your boss. Until you see their faces, you don't know who they are.'' John-Paul has been surprised by how willing people have been to have their photos taken. So far the people he has snapped have included a lecturer at NMIT, a Sealord worker, an architect, a mum with her baby, a literacy tutor, to a primary school pupil and Nelson Mayor Aldo Miccio. The Faces of Cycling is part of a wider campaign called 1 in 3, the name of which is inspired by a Sport and Recreation New Zea- land survey that showed in 2007 36 percent of people in the Top of the South cycled. Another planned event is a mass photo of Nelson cyclists. To check out the Faces of Cyc- ling and 3 in 1, visit the Bicycle Nelson Bays website bnb.org.nz, register for future information on the campaign and like them on Facebook.
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