58 days ago

Paddle for Pippy event to raise funds for cancer drugs

Cherie Sivignon Reporter from The Nelson Mail

Keen to try your hand at paddling a waka? Members of the Katcha Whaea​ Waka Ama team will have waka on the water off Tāhunanui Beach on Saturday, December 4, that people can experience for a donation. The waka are a key attraction of a "Paddle for Pippy" event to raise funds for Nelson woman Philippa (Pip) Tavite, who has been diagnosed with bowel cancer. Food will also be available along with a Christmas hamper raffle, all for koha.

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3 days ago

Camera Tripod required

Robert from Motueka

Hi, do you have a Camera Tripod laying around not being used?
I am looking for one for a project that is being done.
Anything concidered.
I am on a budget.
Many thanks
Robert.

1 day ago

Sign up for The Antidote: 5 happy things to read about each day

The Team Reporter from Stuff

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1 day ago

This season's meadow hay

Sue from Motueka

Hi everyone, I guess we are all feeling the heat and our paddocks are getting very dry with no rain in the forecast. We have 200 bales of this season's meadow hay - cut, baled and stored without getting wet. Perhaps some of you need to stock up in case the price per bale goes up - our bales are shed stored the hay is very good. The price is $8.00 per bale. Pls txt 0275443002 if you would like to buy a few bales or the lot :) Staple Street area.