Nelson Leader : April 18th 2013
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Ocean Lodge L.C. 20 Muritai St, Nelson Richmond L.C. 181 Queen St, Richmond IN BRIEF Safety in water The ASB Aquatic and Fitness centre is holding a free family fun day called Our Way of Life this Sunday. Run by the SwimMagic programme, it will be from 4pm till 6pm. Staff will use water safety activities to teach parents and children how to be safe in Richmond's waterways. Games, giveaways and prizes will all be on hand. Celebrating Red Cross Members, volunteers and staff of the New Zealand Red Cross Tasman area are getting together this Saturday at an annual forum to celebrate 150 years of humanitarian action. The forum is an opportunity to discuss updates on current Red Cross programmes. Guest speakers include Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology Student Association president Scott Tambisari, The Nelson Leader journalist Matt Lawrey; Zomi community representative Henry Thang Tunglut and Red Cross representatives. People interested to learn more about Red Cross in their community are welcome. The forum starts at 10am at the NMIT Student Centre (N Block). For details contact Trudie on 03 546 5012. Stoke road works A major resealing project on Main Rd Stoke will begin on Monday April 22 and should be complete by Thursday May 9, weather permitting. Two sections of the road, between Mobil Stoke and Standish Place and also between Stoke Central Fire Station and the Marsden Rd intersection, will be totally resurfaced. This is part of Council's normal road maintenance work. Every effort will be made to reduce disruption but traffic delays will occur especially at peak times. Please travel by another route if possible or allow extra time for your journey. NBus services on Main Rd Stoke may experience delays too. Volunteer awards The organisers of this year's Youth Volunteer Awards want to hear about contributions from anyone aged between 12 and 25 so they can go into the running for an award to celebrate their achievements. Nominations are open for groups or individuals, with the closing date on May 17. Winners will be announced at the awards' event at Nelson College on June 18 from 5.30pm and all nominees and their supporters are invited to attend. The aim of the awards is to recognise and celebrate youth volunteering across Nelson and Tasman. See Volunteer Nelson website at volunteernelson.org.nz How to get funds The Department of Conservation is sponsoring two workshops on how to secure funding for community groups next month. Run by training provider Exult, each workshop costs $40 per person and venues are to be confirmed. Sustainable Funding runs on May 7, and The Secret of Sponsorship is on May 8. Those interested need to register by contacting DOC community technical advisor Lionel Solly by April 30. Email email@example.com or phone 03 546 3162. False sex complaint A woman who made up a story about being sexually violated in the Maitai Valley, performed a sex act for money on the man she falsely accused. Jessica Keane, 21, was sentenced in the Nelson District Court this week after admitting making a false complaint to police and an unrelated charge of obtaining by deception. On February 15 the woman was in a distressed state at a Nelson home. She told a woman at the house she had been sexually assaulted by a man who picked her up while she was hitch-hiking from Nelson to Richmond. She told police she was violated by the man in the Maitai Valley. She underwent a medical examination by medical staff as part of the police investigation. Rock dropped on car A Nelson couple are furious at having a rock thrown off an overbridge onto their car roof at 9pm last Saturday. It is the second time missiles have been dropped off an overbridge. Two weeks ago plant pots were thrown off the Nayland Rd overbridge aimed at cars travelling along Whakatu Drive, and nobody has been caught. This time a rock was dropped from the Gracefield St bridge onto the roof of Tom and Amy Bryson's VW car.
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