76 days ago

World Smokefree Day: Sunday 31 May

Stephanie Gray from Nelson Marlborough Health

If you, or someone you know needs a hand to quit smoking check out www.nmdhb.govt.nz... or email smokefree@nmdhb.govt.nz or call 0800 NO SMOKE (0800 667 665).

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17 hours ago

Face masks medical grade supplies to your door

Craig from barsafenet.com

Proud to be Kiwi we are supporting our NZ communities by delivering certified face masks, touch free dispensers and locally made quality hand sanitizer.
Check us out at barsafenet.com or email barsafenet@outlook.com

21 days ago


Todd from Enner Glynn

Kia ora all, my 17 year old son worked hard & saved to buy himself his first car........"Maggie", a purple 1972 Austin 1300 "landcrab". Quite distinctive, you may have seen it around.

He was well informed of the potential ongoing cost of purchasing a vehicle of that age, but wanted something to suit his personality : ), and its a great father / son regular maintenance project!

The seller arranged for a new WOF which it passed "with flying colours"............but not sure how, as when taking it in for a WOF check yesterday ( only 5 mths later ), "a few" issues need attending to.

So back to work for my son to raise the funds to remedy these issues ( likely to get a wee bit of help from the bank of Mum & Dad, its his pride & joy, and he has had a tough year for a number of reasons )

The reason for this post is to see if anyone out there knows of a reputable, reasonably priced panel beater able to deal with perhaps the biggest issue......some rust in the floor & right hand sill.

Maggie turns heads wherever she goes, its awesome to see the smiles on the faces of other motorists & pedestrians alike as she passes, so it would be great to keep her on the road.

Would appreciate any feedback.

Many thanks in advance from myself & my son.

1 hour ago

Covid-19 plans dusted off in Nelson-Tasman region for alert level 2

Cherie Sivignon Reporter from The Nelson Mail

Schools, businesses, pools and most libraries remain open across the Nelson-Tasman region as the area - along with most of New Zealand - goes into Covid-19 alert level 2. Are you ready for a return to social distancing and restricted numbers for gatherings?