Nelson Leader : September 5th 2013
7 THE NELSON LEADER, SEPTEMBER 5, 2013 NEWS arthRem a new herbal remedy for support of joint health and mobility arthRem is a natural treatment extracted from the herb Artemisia for people suffering with joint pain and related mobility problems. Used regulary it can support your joint health in a long-term way. It is not a quick-fix painkiller. It helps to fight the causes of joint inflammation and arthritis symptoms rather than just masking the pain. arthRem also can be used safely combined with other supplements such as glucosamine, chondrotin and vitamin C. m Talk to your pharmacy staff to see if arthRem is right for you. $37.90 60 caps 5595284AA ... or upgrade from monthly billing to Easy- Pay or Pay-in- Advance during the time period 19 August -- 30 September 2013 (or while stocks last) and not only will you get the Nelson Mail delivered to your home at a discounted** rate but you'll also receive a FREE $50 Nelson Beauty Therapy voucher for all beauty services. All existing subscribers will automatically go into the draw to win one of 15 vouchers! Email: email@example.com or visit: www.nelsonmail.co.nz to take advantage of this offer nelson beauty therapy FREE $50 Voucher Terms and Conditions: Offer expires 30 September 2013 or when stock runs out. Minimum 26 week subscription applies. *Vouchers valued at $50 inclusive. **Discount is off Nelson Mail retail price. The offer is valid while stocks last and is not available in conjunction with any other offer. Prize is not transferable. To take advantage of the renewal offer the ad MUST be clipped or mentioned when phoning and you must be renewing your existing plan or we cannot offer it. New subscribers are defined as not having had a Nelson Mail subscription within the last month. Voucher terms & conditions apply, see instore at Nelson Beauty Therapy for full conditions. To nelson beauty therapy when you subscribe to the 5560583AA A W W Wa a an n nttt ttthhhe e e a a adddv v ve e errrtttiiis s siiin n nggg pp pa a ac c ckkka a aggge e e iiin n nN N Ne e ellls s so o on n n?? ? 5556157AA Bridget Auchmuty Bridget's poem a winner It was one of those rare poems that almost happen onto the page. Orinoco woman Bridget Auchmuty created a haunting poem of loss and language from established poet Ian Wedde's work to win Nelson bookstore Page and Blackmore's annual poetry competition last week. Bridget based her poem Definition on Wedde's elegy Harry Martens. The competition asked writers to use the first and last line of an existing poem as inspiration before filling the space in between with their orig- inal work. Bridget said the poem came easily. It was one of those rare poems that almost happen onto the page,'' she said. She has recently completed her master's degree in creative writing at Massey University, and also heard this week that she was runner-up in an annual poetry competition run by UK writing magazine Mslexia. Jeanette Cook was awarded second place for her poem Missing You and Marisa Cappetta came third with In the Rookery. Judge Suzanne Her- schell, who wrote last year's winning poem, said she thought the rich, distinct voices'' of the com- petition's three winners would not disappoint the writers who inspired their work. She described Bridget's poem as nuanced''. [This poem] explores in its turn the definition of the word fast through a layered, cleverly con- structed work... [It] sustained subsequent read- ings about a familial language, the passing of a father and his story defined by his love and loss of language.'' Shortlisted poems were: Fishing in Kenepuru by Jessica Le Bas; Inscription Addendum by Panni Palasti; Realisation by Charmian Koed; The Magpies Persist by Greg O'Connell; Dirty Streams by Mercedes Webb-Pullman; Now That Our Shoes Are Bigger by Megan Figgest.
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