Nelson Leader : March 28th 2013
22 THE NELSON LEADER, MARCH 28, 2013 NEWS ARMSTRONG SMARTER SECURITY ADVERTISING FEATURE Qualified master locksmith Karl Dykes and his wife Justine, who have owned and operated Motueka's Armstrong Smarter Security franchise for five years, now also own the Tahunanui franchise. Honesty, integrity and trust form the code that they and their team live and work by. Add to that a friendly and approachable staff, professional and passionate about service and it equates to peace of mind security. Heading the team is Karl, who has 20 plus years experience in the trade. Ably assisting him are Stefan McLean at Tahunanui and Peter Canton in Motueka; with 20 years combined hands-on experience in the industry, while Justine runs the shop and manages the office side of the family business. From locks and keys to alarms, alarm monitoring, master key systems, access control, vehicle security, safes and CCTV systems; the Armstrong team handles any and all home security needs, quickly and correctly. And one of their mobile locksmiths can come to you, if you can't get to them. Being part of the Armstrong group means access to the latest techniques, training and technology for residential, commercial and automotive security. "If it is anything to do with security, we're only a phone call away," says Justine. "Whether you want to get in or keep others out, we've got the ability, knowledge and equipment to do the job quickly and correctly." The key to smarter security at home, at work and on the road 5244944AA Karl, left and Stefan. FREE PHONE 0800 506 111 Talk to us about... LOCKS • KEYS • SAFES • ALARMS New Zealand's Leading Locksmith and Alarms Specialists ON-SITE SERVICE VEHICLE Available 24/7 WE ARE YOUR LOCAL AND TRUSTED SECURITY SPECIALISTS Locked out? Lost your keys? Need to talk security? • RESIDENTIAL • COMMERCIAL • AUTOMOTIVE We'll come to you or you can come to us. Nelson (03) 5485940 126 Tahunanui Drive Motueka (03) 5280282 275a High street 0800 506 111 Book a job online at www.armstrong.co.nz 5244958AA Men's Cuts $5 Cara, our 3rd year apprentice, is offering men's haircuts for $5 before the end of April (fully super vised). Call Cara now to make an appointment 4617711AA 16 TAHUNANUI DRIVE, NELSON PH 546 5050 5240037AA Bay Landscapes & Garden for all your landscape supplies OPEN 7 DAYS • EFTPOS Bateup Road, Richmond Ph/Fax 544-2076 ENTRANCE THROUGH BAY NURSERIES Brightwater Richmond Bateup Road Motueka WE ARE HERE 5265566AA EASTER WEEKEND SPECIALS Pea Straw $11.90 Bale Fish Compost $20.00 Scoop OFFERENDS3--4-2013 CLOSED GOOD FRIDAY OPEN 9AM -- 5 PM OVER WEEKEND IN BRIEF Cheap disposal The Nelson City and Tasman District councils are doing their bit to ensure unwanted televisions are recycled responsibly. Both councils will subsidise television recycling drop-off sites from April 22 as part of the Government's TV TakeBack programme which coincides with New Zealand's switch from analogue to digital television. From April 22, Nelson people can recycle unwanted televisions at the Nelmac depot in Vickerman St, and Tasman people at Richmond, Mariri and Takaka Resource Recovery Centres. A list of participating retailers is available at tvtakeback. govt.nz/where-can-i-recycle If you want to know how to keep using your present television, see goingdigital.co.nz/what-you-ll-need/ equipment-3/equipment. The subsidised $5 fee (down from the present $25) will apply for the first 4300 televisions collected at council sites from April 22. Jubilee anyone? The Rotary Club of Stoke-Tahunanui celebrates its 50th anniversary on June 29. To determine the interest in holding a jubilee, former members, spouses of former members and anyone interested, are invited to express their interest by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or phone club president John Jelliman on 03 547 3408. Acclaimed guitarist Award-winning guitarist Joel Fafard performs at Fairfield House on Thursday, April 11. Joel made his name as an instrumentalist releasing three albums from 2003 to 2008. His latest CD, Cluck Old Hen, features sandpapered-sounding vocals in the style of the new- generation bluesman. The gig is part of a 12-venue New Zealand tour. Tickets $20 on the door, 7.30pm start. Easter planting Forest & Bird is organising tree planting at Paremata Flats Reserve by Maori Pa Rd near Cable Bay every day over Easter from 8am till 4pm. For details see paremataflats.co.nz or email email@example.com Cycleway open The Maitai Pipeline project has completed its residential work and the temporary section of the Dun Cycleway is once again open for use. The pipeline work is still proceeding from Poleford Bridge to Smith's Ford Bridge and although this section of road is still closed, the mountain trail is accessible via the temporary route along the pipeline bench. The Nelson City Council apologises for any inconvenience caused. Check out the club The Madhatters Toastmasters Club is holding an open meet- ing on Friday, April 5 and anyone interested in joining or learn- ing about public speaking is wel- come. Vice president of publicity Jonathan Thiart said he would never have talked in front of large groups before joining a Toastmasters club. He said he had been quoted research statistics which claimed that 89.7 per cent of opportunities in life were given to people based on their ability to communicate. Many people lose out on incred- ible opportunities simply because they are too nervous or lack the con- fidence they need. Whether you need to close a sale, maintain a relationship or just make a point, being able to communicate effectively is essential. By being part of a club you can develop many skills as well as speak- ing in front of groups. This includes time management, how to organise meetings, and effective evaluating and leadership. Putting yourself out there is the only way to improve and for me there is no environment more encouraging than that of one of the Toastmasters clubs,'' he said. You might go into a meeting with some nerves but when you leave you have a newfound confidence.'' Jonathan said people could learn to confidently share their message and create incredible opportunities for themselves. Members meet from 7am till 8.20am in the boardroom of the AA Building on Halifax St. The entrance to the meeting is at the rear of the building and up the stairs. For more information phone 03 539 0919.
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