Nelson Leader : April 11th 2013
32 THE NELSON LEADER, APRIL 11, 2013 NEWS Sore throat... Runny nos Sneezing... Coughing se... g 5284908AA Offer valid until 13th April Protect yourself NOW O e a d u 3 p o e PHARMACY 03 548 6495 11 TAHUNANUI DRIVE (OPP KFC) Buccaline $13 for 1 $24 for 2 $46 for 4 ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) Honour your loved ones in print and online... Celebrate and honour the legacy of your loved one s life and inspire family and friends to do the same. Death Notices published in the Nelson Mail are now available on our website. is service allows people, living outside the region or overseas, to view your notice. An online guestbook is also attached to your online death notice which gives friends and family members the opportunity to share thoughts, feelings and o er condolences. ese memories will help preser ve your loved one s story and create a sense of community while o ering comfort during a di cult time. For more information on the Nelson Mail death notices online service contact: Nelson Mail on (03) 548 0119 or 0800 800 515 or classi firstname.lastname@example.org or your Funeral Director can answer any questions you may have on the Nelson Mail death notices online service. www.nelsonmail.co.nz/deathnotices Bin Inn RICHMOND 271 Queen St, RICHMOND Ph: 03 543 8045 • Cereals • Dried Fruits • Flours • Grains • Herbs & Spices • Legume • Nuts • Baking Mixes • Bread Mixes • Brewing Supplies • Dutch Foods • Ethnic Foods • Gluten Free • Organics • Cleaning Products Bin Inn NELSON Montgomery Square, NELSON Ph: 03 546 6199 • Plus Much More 5243621AA Just in case: Sean Williams practises lighting a flare during Nelson Boating Education's boat safety community education course at Nayland College. Celebrating a milestone of education By PHIL BARNES Nelson Boating Education celebrated its 20th anniver- sary last month Tutors Brian and Hilary Tear said 4000 people had been through their courses in that time. Hilary said Nelson Boating Edu- cation was the main provider of rec- reational boating education in the region. Their main objective was to enhance people's enjoyment of boat- ing and to keep them safe. It gives people an overview of the basics of boating to increase their awareness of safety issues and dangers. This involves people making good decisions on the appropriate equip- ment that should be taken out to sea. There are also new harbour safety laws that have been introduced that not everyone is aware of yet.'' The couple now organise courses such as day skipper, boatmaster, coastal skipper, navigation at sea, VHF operators and outboard main- tenance. Hilary said they have a passion for boating and had instructed at Out- ward Bound at Anakiwa as well as in other parts of the world. She said she had been involved with boating her entire life. Hilary was brought up by the Solent near Southampton in the south of England. My father was a keen sailor and I've followed up every sailing oppor- tunity I've had over the years.'' She said she and Brian studied at the Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology 25 years ago. It was after we bought our first boat and wanted to sail off-shore so we did a coastal skipper course.'' Since then they had sailed to the Pacific Islands and enjoyed 25 years of exploring locally, she said.
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