Family looking to fulfil Emma’s dream

Family looking to fulfil Emma’s dream

Emma Guyer was diagnosed with a cancerous brain tumour at the age of 6, which was successfully removed and treated with radiation. Unfortunately the tumour returned in the spine when she was 8, but was again successfully treated. She went with her family to...
Local Red Cross store wins national prize

Local Red Cross store wins national prize

Richmond’s Red Cross store has won the top prize in the company’s annual awards. Out of the 41 stores nationwide, the local store came top in all three categories to take out the number one spot. The shop moved to Richmond about two years ago and is staffed by...
Reminder: Wind your clock forward an hour on Sunday

Reminder: Wind your clock forward an hour on Sunday

Kassidy Parker-Jones is part of Richmond’s Pascoes team and she will be busy setting more than 1,000 clocks for Daylight Savings. Waimea Weekly would like to remind readers to wind their clocks forward an hour on Sunday, 29 September. Daylight Savings starts at 2am on...
Dressing well for much less money with pre worn

Dressing well for much less money with pre worn

A large group of locals got together last Friday at Club Waimea for a show of elegance and sympathy. The Preloved Fashion Parade presented all the second-hand stores’ potential to keep people comfortable and well dressed in an affordable way. It was also a great...
Have your say on speed limits

Have your say on speed limits

You can now have your say about the speed limits on 67 roads across the Tasman District. The proposal presented by the Tasman District Council (TDC) aims to reduce road deaths and serious injuries and ensure consistency across the roading network. The consultation is...