Tasman Leader : September 5th 2013
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A combination of Dreamfoam, Memory Foam and Latex comfort layers and quilt provide a plush luxurious sleep experience. $479999 OR $199999 WITH $2800 TRADE-IN* *Trade-in is for your old bed in good overall condition *Trade-in is for your old lounge suite in good overall condition LESS THAN $21 PER WEEK 50" 50PN4500 50" HIGH DEFINITION PLASMA TV •1024x768pResolution•600HzSubfieldDrive •HDMIx1•USB2.0x1•RazorFrameDesign SKU: 8340986 LESS THAN $9 PER WEEK THAT'S OFF! 27% MW613 6.5KG WASHER •AutoOutOfBalance Correction •3SpinSpeeds •DirectDriveMotor •SpinHoldOption • Lid Lock SKU: 7859515 LESS THAN $9 PER WEEK LESS THAN $16 PER WEEK HOT PRICE! $74999 $179999 OR $149999 WITH $300 TRADE-IN* WAS $109999 NOW $79999 SAVE $300 Air aid: St John Ambulance advanced paramedic Frank Elzenheimer, left, who also flies with the helicopter as an intensive care paramedic; Nelson-Marlborough Rescue Helicopter pilot Tim Douglas-Clifford; Katie Burke from Destination Nelson Lakes; Russell Ferens of the Lake Rotoiti Rural Fire Force; Jennifer Sloots of Destination Nelson Lakes; chief crewman Ernie Bryant, rear, and Mark Radloff of SBS Nelson with the $1965 cheque donated to the helicopter service. Festival helps out emergency teams By HELEN MURDOCH Anon-stop weekend of partying and a raffled bottle of wine saw three of the region s emergency services share close to $2000. Organisers of summer s Nelson Lakes Festival weekend split the money between the Nelson- Marlborough Rescue Helicopter, the Lake Rotoiti Rural Fire Force and St John Ambulance. Katie Burke of Destination Nelson Lakes, which organised the festival, said the remote rural community relied on such services to help out residents in time of need. We are just really very grateful they come up and help. The three first response services are vital to our community because aid in that golden hour after an accident can make all the difference to someone s recovery. The donated funds also came from the raffle of a bottle of wine donated by John Key, she said. Russell Ferens of the Lake Rotoiti Rural Fire Force said the money would go towards first aid supplies and training. Nelson-Marlborough Rescue Helicopter marketing and communications manager Paula Muddle said the support from community groups was vital in helping keep the helicopter service in the air. Even though a lot of the dona- tions are small they all add up. The service needs $1.2 million each year -- but that s only 1200 donations of $1000. The service logged 375 flights last year and callouts were increasing. IN BRIEF Centre to be rebuilt Work is progressing on the rebuild of the fire-damaged Moutere Hills Community Centre. A building consent application has been lodged for the rebuild following the two devastating fires. Warm spring The latest weather outlook from the National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research ( NIWA) forecasts this spring's temperatures across Nelson-Tasman will be higher than normal. Wine wins Waimea Estate's Trev's Red has been judged champion red wine blend and has won a gold medal at the Bragato Wine Awards. The wine was first produced three years ago as an experiment by the winery's founder, Trevor Bolitho. Seifried Estates also won gold for its 2013 gewurztraminer and 2012 Sweet Agnes riesling while Brightwater Vineyards won gold for its 2012 Nelson chardonnay. Deadline looms Outdoors NZ and the Tourism Industry Association New Zealand want to remind adventure activity operators that they have just 12 months to plan and book an independent safety audit and get themselves registered with the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment. The Nelson workshop will be held in Motueka on October 25. For more information contact the Tourism Industry Association.
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