Dynamic duo secures Waimea win

Dynamic duo secures Waimea win

Aimee Berkett A dynamic duo from Waimea College’s Senior A team says that teamwork was the key ingredient for their first win of the season. Captain and vice-captain, Milly Thurlow and Jade Gower, have been playing side by side for nearly a decade, and say that their...
More money means additional crew

More money means additional crew

A government-funded initiative to end single-crewed ambulance callouts has finally rolled out to the Nelson and Tasman regions with 14 new recruits hitting the ground running last week. St John Nelson Bays territory manager Anne-Maree Harris says the end of...
Local olive oil is world-class

Local olive oil is world-class

Jacqui Rawson When you think of award-winning olive oil you might think of it starting its life in a country somewhere near the Mediterranean Sea. Kakariki Olive Oil is produced much closer to home and is turning heads on the international stage. “We were one of seven...
Connings cautiously optimistic for future

Connings cautiously optimistic for future

Connings Food Market’s Simon Conning is hopeful his store can make it through the Coronavirus pandemic. The family-owned and run produce store at Appleby was initially forced to shut under the level four restrictions, but was deemed an essential business a fortnight...
Family steps up to help residents

Family steps up to help residents

When the announcement was made that the country was going into Level 4 lockdown Oakwoods Retirement Village went into a lockdown the Prime Minister would have been proud of. From the start, all entrances were locked bar one which is manned from 6am to 11pm, signing in...