Nelson Leader : September 26th 2013
6 THE NELSON LEADER, SEPTEMBER 26, 2013 NEWS CNR CHAMPION RD & sALISBuRY RD, rICHMOND, Nelson mon-sat8AM-6PM sun9AM-6PM . . . . . . .C C C C C C C C C C C C C C CO O O O O O O O O O O O O . . . . .N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N NZ Z Z Z Z Z Z Z Z Z Z Z W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W WW W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W WW W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W Your fresh food people specials run from monday 23rd sEPTEMBER to Sunday 29th September 2013. LAMB LEG ROASTS KG 9.99 FRESH NZ FRESH NZ PORK LOIN CHOPS KG 13.99 FRESH NZ CHICKEN THIGH CUTLETS KG 8.99 FRESH NZ DICED BEEF KG 11.99 LOOSE BANANAS KG 1.79 NZ ROYAL GALA APPLES KG 99c WASHED NADINE POTATOES 2.99 FRESH NZ 3KG`BAG TELEGRAPH CUCUMBERS 1.99 FRESH NZ EACH Fun DIY night just for women DIY chef: New Zealand Masterchef 2013, runner-up, and co-owner of Paula's Plate on Hardy St, Nelson, Paula Saengthian-Ngam will be cooking at the Mitre 10 Mega Nelson's Ladies' night on October 10. Photo: ALDEN WILLIAMS DIY might be in our DNA -- but we can all do with some extra tips. To help with that Mitre 10 Mega Nelson is holding a Ladies' Night on Tuesday, October 10. Marketing co-ordinator Murray Leaning said Stoke's MasterChef runner-up Paula Saengthian-Ngam would host cooking demonstrations and cook nibbles for the Breast Can- cer fundraiser. Entry is by way of a gold coin donation. Murray said there would be over 30 activities, ranging from paintball, to bobcat driving and power tool demonstrations. Other activities included making a wine bottle stand and how to rejuvenate outdoor furni- ture. There was plenty planned for those wanting gardening tips includ- ing demonstrations from Waimea Nurseries. Hyundai would have a sports car for test drives and there would be demonstrations on changing a tyre. Murray said there were spot prizes and lots of in-store discounts as well as triple Fly Buys on purchases. Refreshments including wine, beer and juice would be provided. Murray said a Soda Stream representative would be making cocktails. He said the night was always highly enjoyable and those who attended it had a laugh as well as learning some DIY skills. It's a really good night. We normally get a couple of hundred ladies who have a whale of a time.'' It runs from 6.30pm to 8.30pm and people are asked to RSVP for cater- ing purposes. For more information visit meganelson.co.nz Speaking of winning boys Top orators: St Joseph's School pupils Daniel Wopereis, left, and Sydney Aydon winners of a local speech competition. Photo: MARTIN DE RUYTER St Joseph School is celebrating after two of its senior students won their year group division in the inter- school speech competition. Deputy principal and teacher Chris Gladstone said the standard of entries was high this year and it was wonderful for the school to have two winners, especially as both were boys. That was quite cool.'' Chris said Sydney Aydon won the year 8 competition with a speech on Genetic Engineering, using the sec- tion health as his topic. His title was To be, or not to be''. She said Sydney's speech looked to the future and hypothesised what it might be like with designer babies, what could be put into fruit and vegetables and other future scenarios -- including flying to work in the morning. Daniel Wopereis won the year 7 competition, and chose the My Sum- mer Trip. His talk was titled Caught red-handed''. Chris said he spoke about how his father was fussy that the family did not take the wrong things on planes, but somehow they still got caught with pocket-knives, fruit and other objects that were banned at airports or on planes.
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