Maitai, Nelson

5 days ago

Mazda MPV 2003 Low kms

Brian from Stoke

Mazda MPV 2003 Low kms

$3350(Nego)

Drives very well dual slide electric passenger rear opening door.
The sliding doors are ideal to put a toddler in and out of their seat.
Lots of room for the large family or remove rear seats for a camper.
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Mazda MPV 2003 Low kms

$3350(Nego)

Drives very well dual slide electric passenger rear opening door.
The sliding doors are ideal to put a toddler in and out of their seat.
Lots of room for the large family or remove rear seats for a camper.

1 Owner since imported from Japan
Condition: Excellent
Kilometres 150,400km
Body Silver, 5 door, RV/SUV
Seats 7
Fuel type Petrol
Engine size 2260cc
Transmission Automatic
Tow Bar
WOF till 19/8/2020
Rego till 20/07/2020

Price: $3,350

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6 days ago

White picture or mirror frame

Chrissy from Richmond

Would anyone have a picture in a large white frame that they really don't want anymore? We are wanting a large frame as a prop for when we take celebratory photos of kids, they can hold the frame up and it's not so boring as standing in front of a plain wall.

6 days ago

Is the donations scheme fair?

Katy Jones Reporter from The Nelson Mail

Do you have a child at a high decile school that can't opt into the Government's donations scheme, effective next year? Some decile 8-10 schools say their communities are no wealthier than those at neighbouring lower decile schools, and they should be allowed to sign up to the programme … View moreDo you have a child at a high decile school that can't opt into the Government's donations scheme, effective next year? Some decile 8-10 schools say their communities are no wealthier than those at neighbouring lower decile schools, and they should be allowed to sign up to the programme too. What do you think?

6 days ago

It was kinda a pay-it forward kinda thing…

AMI Insurance

When Sharlene Clements heard thieves had stolen a car belonging to Denise Pearson and her son Reuben, who lives with cerebral palsy, Sharlene jumped straight to their aid. She immediately offered them a wheelchair-modified van that had been given to her business in a life-changing act of kindness. … View moreWhen Sharlene Clements heard thieves had stolen a car belonging to Denise Pearson and her son Reuben, who lives with cerebral palsy, Sharlene jumped straight to their aid. She immediately offered them a wheelchair-modified van that had been given to her business in a life-changing act of kindness.

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6 days ago

Cervical Screening Service

Stephanie Gray from Nelson Marlborough Health

Cervical screening clinics are now being set up in the community for eligible women who would like support to get up to date with their smears.
The first clinic is being held at the Tahunanui Community Hub 61 Muritai St, 18 November from 10.30-1.30pm.
To find when you are due, or to book in, … View more
Cervical screening clinics are now being set up in the community for eligible women who would like support to get up to date with their smears.
The first clinic is being held at the Tahunanui Community Hub 61 Muritai St, 18 November from 10.30-1.30pm.
To find when you are due, or to book in, please contact Madhu on 543 7833, 022 592 0339 or free phone 0800 729 729 (choose option 1 for Nelson).

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8 days ago

What's your phobia?

Carly Gooch Reporter from The Nelson Mail

Clowns, spiders and even bananas have people running from a room. Do you have a phobia of something that you can't bare to see? Tell us about your phobia below. You may be contacted to be part of a story we'd like to do on phobias. Don't be scared, share your fear!

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6 days ago

Large handmade Persian carpet

Judy from Stepneyville

I have a large beautiful handmade Persian carpet now surplus to my needs . Dimensions 292 x215cm approx . Pick up from Nelson .Is in excellent condition except for small patch on one end that is rubbed, not very noticeable at all. New price reflects this .
Phone Judy 0210632902

Price: $600

9 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.

6 days ago

DEBUT WRITER - FIRST CHILDREN'S BOOK "ROLY-POLY RILEY & FRIENDS"

Greta from Stoke

I've recently completed my first Children's book (for 8/9 years up) . . . . "Come along with Roly-Poly Riley and Friends on an adventure - He's a lovable cat (he just looks grumpy) who likes to get out and about and explore the world around him. In this episode, Story One, he … View moreI've recently completed my first Children's book (for 8/9 years up) . . . . "Come along with Roly-Poly Riley and Friends on an adventure - He's a lovable cat (he just looks grumpy) who likes to get out and about and explore the world around him. In this episode, Story One, he along with his terrier friend Captain Jack and Mrs Roberts find something of real value and interest to the Nation (NZ). See how things pan out for the trio and an extra surprise they all receive at the end of their venture." . . . . if you are interested please email gretacolenz@gmail.com

Price: $10

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7 days ago

Nelson sunset 11/11/2019

Michael from The Wood

Nelson sunset 11/11/2019

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