Enner Glynn, Nelson

18 days ago

Kiln fire bricks offers

Allan from Richmond

Ph 0276176457

Negotiable

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18 days ago

Wooden glass washboard

Marcia from The Wood

Good condition

Price: $40

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18 days ago

APPLEWatch S3 GPS 38mm SG B-SP BND plus accessories

Marcia from The Wood

Only worn twice in excellent condition

Comes with Alogic smart charger power bank

Apple Lightning cable

Applecare valid until September 2020
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Only worn twice in excellent condition

Comes with Alogic smart charger power bank

Apple Lightning cable

Applecare valid until September 2020

Pick up Atawhai

(selling on behalf)

Price: $250

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19 days ago

Lymphaciser nz made by Pacific health

Marcia from The Wood

Strong steel springs coiled with ‘tapered’ ends to provide extensive durability and longevity.

Excellent condition with very little use

1 x 36 Spring unit (other 2 sold)

Cost $595 new each

must pick up Atawhai Nelson

Price: $350

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19 days ago

Baitboard filleting table NEW unused. Paid $300 Sell $125.

Terry from Stoke

New unused bait board Fibreglass with timber chopping board 550w x 650long with 2 rid holders. View in Marsden Valley . Stoke 0272444148

Price: $125

19 days ago

Christmas Sale @ Craft Potters in Hope

Karin from Upper Moutere

Craft Potters in Hope are having an open day at the club rooms at 202 Ranzau Road on Sunday, 15.12. from 11 am to 4.30 pm! And yes, there will also be a Real Fruit Ice Cream Cart. Yayyy... Guess where you'll see me. ;-)

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35 days ago

Tree Notice Issues

Adrienne from Hope

This week I received a notice from Network Tasman telling me to have a roadside tree trimmed because it has stretched itself close to the powerlines. A complete and reasonable request which I had meant to do in winter but couldn't get my expert arborist to do it. Problem is, thanks to … View moreThis week I received a notice from Network Tasman telling me to have a roadside tree trimmed because it has stretched itself close to the powerlines. A complete and reasonable request which I had meant to do in winter but couldn't get my expert arborist to do it. Problem is, thanks to government legislation under Electricity (Hazards from Trees) Regulations 2003 I am now required to notify Network Tasman 3 days prior to the work being done but, horrifyingly, I can't use my own arborist, I am only allowed to use an arborist certified by Network Tasman. I look for a list of arborists permitted but what do I see - there is only one - Treescape. I immediately smell a rat. If there is only one certified company in this region then I can be charged whatever they want to. There is no guarantee that they will prune the tree to a standard I wish for either. I then began looking throughout NZ to find out what the situation is elsewhere and what do I spy - Treescape's name coming up everywhere. In many other places they are also the only option. Next stop - the Commerce Commission because this is appalling. This is anti-competitive and stinks of cronyism. If I do not use Treescape (who incidentally operate via a call centre and have not got in touch with me in the 4 days since I phoned and they took my details), I can be fined by the Govt up to $10,000. Has anyone else experienced this issue and have the same concerns? I am feeling a bit like NZ is morphing into something akin to the old Soviet Union.

19 days ago

Rescuing Pippa the calf

Samantha Gee Reporter from The Nelson Mail

Firefighters from the Takaka Volunteer Fire Brigade chipped away at rock on Sunday to rescue a young calf from a 13-metre sink hole in Golden Bay.

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19 days ago

Thanks for all the entries!

2Degrees

Hi neighbours - thanks for all the ShopLocal entries! Entries have now closed but keep an eye on your local community newspaper to find out which business in your community has won a $20,000 advertising package!

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19 days ago

5G what is it?

James from Stoke

Get the latest scientific position on the health effects of wireless radiation and 5G from world expert, Professor Dr. Dariusz Leszczynski.
Prof. Dariusz is a highly regarded expert, a member of the IARC advisory committee whose report resulted in electromagnetic radiation being classified as a … View more
Get the latest scientific position on the health effects of wireless radiation and 5G from world expert, Professor Dr. Dariusz Leszczynski.
Prof. Dariusz is a highly regarded expert, a member of the IARC advisory committee whose report resulted in electromagnetic radiation being classified as a Class 2B carcinogen in 2011.
Dariusz will be speaking in Nelson on Thursday 29 Nov 2019. 7pm at Suter Theatre, Nelson.
$20 gets you the opportunity to get the facts from a leader in science.
Buy tickets online.
5g-free-nelson.org...

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20 days ago

Red sunsets from smoke haze

Skara Bohny Reporter from The Nelson Mail

The smoke and dust from Australia's fires and dust-storms have reached us in New Zealand and are causing some hazy days and very red sunsets. Have you noticed the strange cloud-cover? Taken any good shots of the phenomenon?

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27 days ago

Nelson sunset 17.11.2019

Michael from The Wood

Nelson Sunset 17.11.2019 taken in the wood area

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20 days ago

Nelson A and P show Pics . 24.11.2019

Michael from The Wood

A couple of Photos of mine from the Nelson A and P Show. Richmond show grounds -Nelson 24-11-2019

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20 days ago

Wetsuit

Kerri from Stoke

Junior 16 spring wetsuit. Little tare on leg. 2mm thick. Zip good.

Price: $10

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