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"I stopped by and talked to Ronnie Dukes and told him about my assignment of feeding those who volunteer," she said of the local Pepsi manager.He said he would be pleased to help any way he could, and what did I need? Dr. George Hansberry, a Decatur family practitioner, Settlement agent helped obtain medications that the clinic will dispense free.He arranged luncheons for about 25 pharmaceutical sales representatives and their district managers. Read More

Few structural changes were being made on the outside, apart from the addition of signage, sun protection glass and replacing the shopfront, Mr Irving said. Ticket holders for Pearl Jam should return to where they purchased the ticket for a full refund. Tasman mayor John Hurley is getting fed up with delays to the $6.5 million cleanup project at Mapua's toxic chemical site. Mr Hurley said today that contractor Thiess Services had still not lodged a resource consent application for the cleanup, which it had been expected to do about a year ago. Read More

Upgrades are on the drawing board for Awaroa Lodge in Abel Tasman National Park, in line with the vision of it becoming an eco-lodge, director Michael Hawkins says. He said the aim was to preserve the "eco look and feel" of the place, taking the values of the surrounding national park into account. The fact it was a closed area would prevent any major building development. Mr Hawkins said a 70 percent increase in occupancy during December was the result of increased accommodation at the lodge. Read More

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The project entails extending the Main Wharf by 130m to 500m, to create two international shipping berths. With the extension the wharf would jut out past the Sealord Marine Rescue Centre on Wakefield Quay. But the wharf extension is likely to meet some resistance from nearby residents concerned about noise and other issues. Read More

If you are into the property Conveyancing industry it is quite natural that you would be having your own website. The value of building consents issued by the Tasman District Council has exceeded $64 million in the first six months of this financial year. The figure, covering the period to the end of last month, was 8 percent up on the corresponding period in 2001. The number of consents issued was up from 926 to 1051. Read more

In some cases, recreating, some of the region's ecologically important wetlands. The Tasman District Council last week received $47,531 from the Government to support its biodiversity advisory service. Resource policy planner Steve Markham said the money was to go toward contracting a full-time qualified adviser to help landowners who wanted to protect and enhance areas of natural significance. He said the funding was to be matched by just under $16,000 from the council this financial year. Read more

Growers on the Nelson region's stony soils have had to irrigate their crops more since December than their peers on heavier clay soils, says AgFirst consultant John Bealing. But they have not had to apply as much water to maintain soil moisture levels as they did in the summer of Nelson's last major drought, in 2000-01. The region's stony soils had been dry since the last week of December, Mr Bealing said. Read More

The working party was established after the councils refused to accept recommendations in a lengthy study completed by the Millennium Centre Trust in January last year. Working party chairman Derek Shaw said the group, which involved representatives from the trust, had been reviewing the need, size, scale and costings for the venue that had been proposed in the study. The study recommended that a $20 million facility be built on land near Wakatu Square which the Nelson City Council has since sold. Cr Shaw said finding a new site for the centre had not been a priority for the working party. Conveyancing solicitors are accountable for caring for the lawful ins and outs connected with the obtaining of another property. Read More