Special Olympics coach honoured

Special Olympics coach honoured

The faces of everyone present at Greenacres Golf Club in Richmond last Thursday showed only happiness and pride. Tony Naylor, Greenacres and Special Olympics coordinator, was honoured with the Bill Wooster Memorial Trophy. He was the first to be granted the prize,...
Local workshop for smarter business

Local workshop for smarter business

Business owners got together last Thursday at Crombie Lockwood Boardroom in Richmond, for the Financial Awareness workshop, organised by Nelson Tasman Chamber of Commerce. Their goal was to get a better understanding of how to manage their businesses and get better...
Big plans for local frozen yoghurt project

Big plans for local frozen yoghurt project

A group of students from Year 12 Business Class at Waimea College pitched their frozen yoghurt project at the Lion Foundation Young Enterprise Scheme. “There were 41 businesses from the Nelson and Marlborough regions, and we ended up second,” says the 17-year old...
Tennis Hot Shots for local children

Tennis Hot Shots for local children

The Tennis Hot Shots Schools programme is the national starter initiative for New Zealand children aged 5-12. A total of 5,330 pupils in 40 schools around the region can enjoy tennis classes throughout the year. From Murchison to Collingwood to Hira – nearly...