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40 days ago

Nelson City Council - sea level rise

Cally from Atawhai

Nelson City Council has obviously decided that sea level rise is less of a problem than it was, as they have removed my house inundation notice from the LIM report that they issued last November. They were using a 2m rise for all their planning. However it has dropped to 1.5m.

I rather think this has more to do in wanting to push through a $44M state of the art, "better than Te Papa", Vanity, Eco Building Project on the river front, creating lots of waste and using "mitigation" to stop the sea coming in, rather than hoping the sea will stop rising!

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15 hours ago

Just arrived ... 500 piece jigsaw puzzles in classic designs

Mary Jane from Lemon Tree Lane

If you haven't the space, time or patience for a 1000 piece puzzle these might be perfect for you.
$16.90 each or 2 for $28

1 day ago

Breast Cancer Foundation NZ

Breast Cancer Foundation NZ

Come together for good with friends, whānau and workmates by hosting a Pink Ribbon Breakfast this May. You’ll be joining thousands of Kiwis around the country to raise vital funds for Breast Cancer Foundation NZ.

You can host any time in May, and by taking part, you’ll be helping fund ground-breaking work by some of our country’s top breast cancer researchers, educate people about breast health, and provide free support services for breast cancer patients and their families.

What are you waiting for! Sign up today.
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1 day ago

Spirited Conversations

Sandy from Stepneyville

Kevin Norquay:
"When it comes to New Zealand sport, money breeds unhappiness"

Kevin Norquay is Stuff's Chief News Director (Sport). A journalist since 1985, he has worked as a sports, news and political journalist, covered three OIympic Games and three elections as well as numerous other major events. He also has the distinction of once being described as a disgrace to western journalism by Winston Peters.

Kevin will lead the discussion on the role of sports in New Zealand culture - how professional sport has sucked money and elite athletes out of community sport, how that money has put untoward mental and physical pressure on athletes and how the news media has followed the money, leaving community sports behind.

Venue: Yaza Café, Montgomery Square

Date: Wednesday, 28 April

Time: 7.30-9.30pm (meals & drinks available from 6pm)

More info: Barry 544 0409; Bryan 548 0343; Karen 5486241

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