After Sold Out screenings last weekend at the Suter, the 15 best short films in the Top of the South are scheduled for screening in the "Gold Reel" this Sunday, 29 November, 6 pm at the Motueka State Cinema.
Join us for an exciting Red Carpet event with VIP arrivals, food, and drink from 5 to 6 PM preceding the 6 PM screening. Immediately following the "Gold Reel," the audience will get the chance to vote for their favorite film which will receive the “People’s Choice” award.
Now in its sixth year, the Top of the South Film Festival continues to expand in quantity and quality. From comedy to drama, documentary to music videos, the TS Film Festival celebrates the best locally produced films from Nelson, Tasman, Marlborough and Golden Bay.
The “Gold Reel” screenings feature the best of the best.
Purchase your tickets before Sunday online at: statecinemamotueka.co.nz...
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See you there!
Hi, for those of you who've been there - you know what I mean... We had never been so far, it kind of never worked time wise but a friend had their curry at a meeting yesterday and it smelled divine. So we popped in for lunch today as we were in town by chance. OMG! the best lunch I had in quite a while and definitively the best Indian dishes. The lunch time curry combo has 4! different curry dishes, all excellent, I couldn't pick a favorite. And all that for $ 11!??? The guy said that they don't do a lot of advertising and if we liked the food we could spread the word. So here we go! ;-) Oh my, am VERY happy to recommend this place!!!
We love how creative some people are with their plant giving! This is for goodie bags for a 7 year olds party but we reckon you could borrow this wonderful idea for the Neighbours Day Aotearoa Great Plant Swap!
What a lovely gift to get and it's not just kids who love sunflowers.
ADDED BONUS: if you give your neighbours sunflower seeds you would get to enjoy their beautiful flowers too!
Have you signed up for Neighbours Day 2021 yet? There's lots of ways you can join in...check out our website to register today:
On December 18, Waka Kotahi New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA) dropped the speed limits along SH6 between Nelson and Blenheim.
Police say the majority of road users were adhering to the new limits, with an educational approach had been taken in monitoring driver behaviour, while motorists have been largely accepting of the changes.
What has been your experience of the speed limit changes? Has it resulted in noticeably slower travel times or different driver behaviour?