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!
Jen Trow earned the trust of Charlie the stray, black cat before taking him to the vet. Thankfully, Charlie was microchipped but Jen would have loved one last cuddle with the cat and to have met his family. Have you ever helped an animal for some time before finding its home?
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Don't miss this spectacular afternoon of entertainment as two of Nelson's premier music ensembles perform a selection of popular works especially for Mum. Thanks to the support of NBS and Life Pharmacy Prices, Mum could also walk away with a range of special giveaways throughout the afternoon.
Tickets are available through the Nelson Centre for Musical Arts. Door sales will also be available.