Nelson Leader : March 21st 2013
12 THE NELSON LEADER, MARCH 21, 2013 NEWS 36 years serving Nelson 5246562AA Ph: 03 547 3241 36 Nayland Road, Stoke (Mega end) Email: email@example.com Plus lots more in store eftpos • visa • mastercard • cash & cheque accepted FREE DELIVERY SALE HOURS: Mon-Fri 8am-5pm, Sat 9.30am-1.00 pm - Sun closed. Lambdon Suite. 2.5 seater + 2 recliner chairs Was $2,950 Save $1,255 NOW $1,695 STOCKTAKE CLEARANCE HURRY! ENDS 31st MARCH Reinze 5 seater + 2 seater. Was $3,695 Save $1,100 NOW $2,595 2. S$ 1 1 Milano 2 x 2.5 seaters Was $3,500 Save $805 NOW $2,695 Frankfurt Chair and ottoman Was $1,695 Save $300 NOW $1,395 2 South Bank Buffet Was $950 Save $155 NOW $795 South Bank Table and 6 chairs Was $1,995 Save $300 NOW $1,695 Oakwood Chaise with recliner chair Was $2,995 Save $500 NOW $2,495 Milan 2 seater + 2.5 seater. FREE Ottoman. Was $2,950 Save $1,055 NOW $1,895 Velluto Suite Chaise with bed, leather Was $4,995 Save $500 NOW $4,495 What can you expect from your GoodWood Supplier? • Dry seasoned firewood is available for immediate use. OR • Unseasoned or wet wood is delivered far enough in advance for it to season before use. • If dry wood is unavailable and unseasoned or wet wood is supplied the customer is fully informed. • Information is provided on proper wood storage and better burning tips. • The supplier has a moisture meter available to measure the dryness of the wood supplied. • The customer is given a written description of the wood they are purchasing, including the recommended storage time before use. • Treated or painted timber is never supplied. GOOD WOOD SUPPLIERS GOOD WOOD SUPPLIERS NELSON & TASMAN For more details about the scheme visit the Council websites: www.nelsoncitycouncil.co.nz or www.tasman.govt.nz 5254536AA The Wright Firewood Company Ph: 544 4350 or 027 443 4909 Russ Firewood Ph: 544 5151 or 027 450 0619 Riwaka Valley Firewood Ph: 528 9563 Richmond Wood and Coal Ph: 544 6473 Mickey Rat Firewood Ph: 542 3922 or 027 334 4291 Bay Firewood Ph: 525 9560 or 027 796 6348 A Miller and Sons Ph: 547 6850 Famous Icelander talks on democracy By MATT LAWREY Democracy fan: Sian Clement organises the New Zealand tour of Icelandic activist Hordur Torfason. PHOTO: MATT LAWREY THE DETAILS What: Hordur Torfason on active democracy Where: Victory Community Centre When: Sunday, 6pm Cost: $10 waged, $5 unwaged Nelson woman Sian Clement is so deter- mined to get people thinking about democ- racy she has organised a series of talks up and down the country featuring an Icelandic expert on the subject. Hordur Torfason is something of a legend in his homeland after he staged a one man protest to express concern at the state of the economy in 2008. Hordur was soon joined by others and the small protest turned into a massive people power movement that led to the resignation of the government. The Icelandic banks were nationalised, senior bankers were imprisoned and the consti- tution was re-written. An entertainment publicist who has worked on everything from The World's Fastest Indian to Kiwi Flyer, Sian was so inspi- red by the changes in Iceland she contacted Hordur through Facebook and asked if he would like to come to New Zealand to talk about democracy and his experiences. Hordur accepted the invi- tation and Sian, with support from Lisa's Hummus founder Lisa Er, has organised a tour that includes a dozen talks from Auckland to Dunedin. Hordur arrived in New Zea- land last week, appeared on Radio New Zealand National with Kim Hill last Saturday and will be speaking in Nelson this Sunday. Sian is thrilled Hordur and his Italian architect husband have been able to make the trip. Social justice is something I feel really strongly about and I think greater democracy is a way to cure a lot of society's ills,'' she said. Sian hopes Hordur's visit inspires people. I see people giving up, think- ing nothing is going to change but I think they're wrong. Look at the way New Zealand stood up to apartheid and nuclear weapons. We were the first country to give women the vote,'' she said. Hondur's talk will take around 90 minutes and be fol- lowed by a question and answer session. Sian said she was huge grateful'' to everyone who had helped make his visit possible.
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