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2 days ago

Looking for roofing iron or clearlite

Rebekah from Stoke

The Habitat for Humanity ReStore are on the look out for roofing iron or clearlite to build a lean to cover. Doesn't need to be in the best condition. If you have some lying around that you would be happy to donate to our charity, please contact us and we can pick it up! 03 547 4626 or nelson@restore.org.nz

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10 hours ago

New Ferments Class

Sally from The Brook

Do you often suffer from uncomfortable bloating and gas?
Are you ever embarrassed to talk about your allergies ?
Do you ever wish you could live without allergies?
Are you still focussing on what you can't eat because you haven't found the answers to your health issues?

If you answered YES to these questions you need to be at this class ! I will be showing you a few simple options that can help you with all of those issues.

We will not be making sauerkraut and kombucha. You will be learning about and making a variety of different fermented foods that taste amazing and are simple to make. This is your best opportunity to help yourself and to extend your knowledge and skills.


Date: Sat 31st October
Time: 2pm - 4.30pm
Venue: not confirmed yet. Will post it here as soon as I know.

Price:
Adults: $70 adults
15-18 yrs: $30 each

6 hours ago

Summer tourism forecast warming up for Nelson

Jake Kenny Reporter from Community News

The forecast for Nelson’s tourism sector is starting to look more promising in the lead-up to summer.

Campgrounds have been reporting big increases in demand for the Christmas/New Year period, although other accommodation providers were having to adapt to a less structured domestic market.

Tahuna Holiday Park operations manager Peter Fraser said the domestic market was “off the hook” this year.

“We are chokka at Christmas time, and even the shoulder periods are filling up – it could be one of the best summers we’ve had for a long time.”

Fraser said while Tahuna was always a popular destination for holidaymakers, the demand for accommodation had picked up a lot earlier.

He said while most of the people coming to Tahuna were from the same places as usual, such as Christchurch, the effect had been amplified this year.

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