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7th December 2017 - Issue #573

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Raglan 16-18 Bow Street, Raglan. Open 7am – 9pm, 7 days. Phone: 825 8300.

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Local Business Serving Raglan District Since 1996

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Turkish Kebabs on Plates - Pitas Burgers and more! 10am to 10pm | 29 Bow St - 07 825 0202

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rationale is similar to why you should not text while driving. Distractions! The District Plan states no signs are allowed on the islands on Bow Street, Raglan and yet signs are sprouting like mushrooms. I see the term, Raglan Naturally bandied about but I have never heard of signs naturally sprouting out of the trunks of trees. Visual pollution aint Raglan Naturally. Less of a safety issue is that yellow lines need to be painted on both sides of the road from No. 9 to No. 13 Cliff St and yellow lines on one side of Wallis St in the cutting outside BizWorx. These are not one lane roads and should not become so during the busy season. The unmown roadside verges at intersections around town are creating sight distance issues. That is; road safety issues. Be safe out there Matt Holl

Raglan Chronicle Christmas and New Years deadline information Contact: Administrator Jan Mitchell ph 825 5122

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Waitetuna students challenged at the National Police College:

From left, Stella, Georgie, Hudson and Kahu travleed to Wellington to compete in the National PCT competition.

Dear Editor Matt’s Monologue Open 9am - 7pm (07) 825 8761 Phone orders welcome! Road safety should be Wed - Sunday *Fish & Chips* *Burgers* a continuous and ongoing Closed Mon-Tues *Weekly Specials* focus point for elected The store with a lot more! Te Kopua Camp Store, Marine Parade, Raglan representatives and council staff. Compliance with the Real Fruit Ice Cream district plan likewise. The roundabout at the fire Burritos - Wraps station is an accident waiting Soup Salad Volcom Lane to happen when clear sight & Chilli Open 7 days from 11:30 distance at that intersection meant to be wa o k u l o d geis @g m a i l .co m approximately THE eighty metres. I have Open 7 Days witnessed three near misses S E R V I N G H O N E S T, L O C A L A N D G O O D F O O D at that intersection, one with 8am - 4pm open seven days a week a car horn blaring. N O 1 9 B o w S t ree t 07 8 2 5 0 0 2 7 It would be a great project for the placemaking group to look at removal of the flax This space could be yours. and design for appropriate Email the Chronicle for more details. planting on the roundabout with a checklist of road safety, year round visual appeal, and minimizing maintenance costs. Internationally accepted research incorporating road safety is a major component of the rules applying to road signs and business signs on the roadside. The

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Whaingaroa-Raglan is becoming a Waikato foodie hotspot. Find hours and weekly specials below and remember to support our local eateries!


10am - Family Service and Children’s Ministry Thursdays 3-5pm - 7C’s Bible Club for Children Visitors Cherished

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The last Chronicle issue for the year will be published on Thursday, December 21, 2017. The deadline for the last issue of the year is Monday, December 18, 2017, at 12 noon. After this issue the

Chronicle office will be shut down for two weeks. The Chronicle office will reopen again on Monday, January 8, 2018. First issue of 2018 will be published on Thursday, January 11, 2018. The deadline for the first issue of the year is Monday, January 8, 2018 at 12 noon.

This week's weather is sponsored by The Raglan Project. 1 Wallis St | Ph 825 8881

SUPPORT OUR SUPPORTERS! The businesses and individuals advertising in the Raglan Chronicle are participating not only to promote their businesses, but to show their support for our community paper – so be sure to tell them you saw them in the Raglan Chronicle. Local businesses are the foundation of our community - and they make it possible for us to bring the Raglan Chronicle to you.

Raglan Ink Ltd home of the Raglan Chronicle Office Open Mon - Fri 9.00am - 4.00pm, Wainui Rd, Raglan Ph: (07) 825-7076 Fax: (07) 825-7078 Post: P.O. Box 234, Raglan Email: Advertising & Articles The advertising and editorial content deadline will be Monday at 12pm week of issue. DISCLAIMER

Opinions and views expressed in the Raglan Chronicle do not necessarily represent those held by the Editors or Publishers. Every care will be taken in the preparation and placement of submitted material but the Editors/Publishers shall not be liable for errors or omissions or subsequent effects due to the same. It is the submitters responsibility to ensure material is not libelous or defamatory. The Editors/Publishers reserve the right to abridge, alter or decline any material submitted to the Raglan Chronicle to meet the constraints of space and/or maintain a reasonable standard of language and decorum.

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THE RAGLAN PROJECT Supplying Raglan with everything you need for your home building project. Call us on 825 8881 or drop in to see us at 1 Wallis St. Open 7 Days.

Dreamview Creamery gets the taste for raw milk

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Dave, Bronwyn, Jess, Kathy and Matthew Hill get ready for milking time.


reamview Creamery goes plastic bottle-free in Raglan with MPI certified raw milk sales at the farm gate in Te Hutewai Rd. The Hill family – dad David, mum Bronwyn and the kids Jess, Kathy and Matthew – reckon you can’t beat the taste raw milk in glass bottles. “When I have to buy supermarket milk I really notice a plastic taste in the milk,” Bronwyn says. Jess brought the idea home with her from Christchurch while she was studying for a Bachelor of Agriculture at Lincoln University. “In the weekends I used to sell milk at the Lyttelton Markets,” she says. “We had such positive feedback it got me interested in doing it at home.”

With the backing of the family and

“People these days like to know where

support from farmworkers Nathan and

there produce comes from, how it’s made

Zintael Bennett, Jess and David took up the

and that the animals are looked after,” she

challenge to get their milk MPI certified


and they say there were a lot of hoops to

pasteurisation facility to sell Dreamview

jump through. “The regulations are extremely strict but we have got really great results,” David

Hosts: Mary and Rob Clark

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milk at the markets and to cafes and restaurants. Dreamview raw milk cows are only

says. Fully certified now, they are still

milked once a day at 3pm. Place your order

required to test once a week for bacterium

on the Dreamview Facebook page by 1pm

levels and say the results continue to be

and for collection between 4pm and 6pm


from 430 Te Hutewai Road, Raglan - just

Bronwyn says the highly processed

4km from Raglan township.

supermarket milk is basically pulled apart

One litre reusable glass bottles can be

and put back together again to standardise

purchased for $4 plus $2.50 per litre of

it, but raw milk will vary in flavour and

milk and return your empty bottles back to

content from farm to farm and cow to cow

exchange for a full one for just $2.50.

Also at H.G Webb House, Cnr Boundary & Victoria Streets, Hamilton

Edith Symes

on a daily basis.

WE WANT YOUR STORIES! Please contact us on 07 825 7076 or email us details: info@ raglanchronicle.

In the future they hope to set up a

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Tarot Talk


elcome to Tarot Talk - a new weekly column in which I will introduce a Tarot card for the week and provide a little information about it. I hope you enjoy this space. This week's card is the Seven of Swords. The common name for this card is "The Thief" card. Traditionally, the message is to protect your belongings and property as it can warn of trickery and deception or a loss by theft. Someone could be working against you or trying to take advantage. However, I think that it can also show us that we need to be alert for opportunities and be willing to take action, even if that means we need to take a risk. New ideas challenge old assumptions; insights and fresh ideas can spring up. This card can also refer to research and strategic planning. Whatever you undertake, be prudent and watch your step. More information about this card can be found on the Tarot Talk Facebook page Tarot readings are available by appointment. Txt Chrissy on 027 6644261

Third-generation Ritchie’s work also provides plenty of food for thought


Raglan family’s proud academic legacy continues next week when a granddaughter of longtime Whale Bay residents Jane and the late James Ritchie graduates with her PhD from the University of Waikato.

Online website Voxy reveals that an overseas examiner described Isa Ritchie’s thesis – titled ‘Shared Lunch: An Ethnography of Food Sovereignty in Whaingaroa and Beyond’ – as “one of the best she’d read in over 30 years”. Emeritus Professor Jane Ritchie, now 82 and living in Raglan West, will be at Isa’s graduation on Monday morning along with daughters Dr Helen Ritchie from out the bay and Jenny – Isa’s mother – who currently lives in Wellington where she is an associate professor at Victoria University’s School of Education. Says Jane: “As Isa worked through her doctorate I enjoyed hearing her talk about her research and writing, and I couldn’t help comparing it with my PhD done back in the 1950s.” Jane – herself the daughter of academics Pearl and Ernest Beaglehole, who were based at Victoria University – was the first woman at a New Zealand university to obtain a doctorate in psychology. She subsequently worked in Waikato University’s psychology department which was then headed and had been established by her husband James. Together the couple – while raising their own three and two adopted children

– went on to become prominent childrearing experts, their 1981 book ‘Spare the Rod’ damning physical discipline in favour of alternatives such as the positive reinforcement and time out methods of today. Jane is delighted to see that philosophy persisting into the third generation with Isa, who she often looked after when Jenny first studied at Waikato and who is a mother herself now, of nine-year-old Tesla. Jane’s looking forward to Isa’s graduation at Te Kohinga Marama Marae on the Waikato University campus, and told Voxy she is extremely proud of her grand-daughter. “Her research is relevant, and I think will become more so as people become more conscious about food safety, security and food waste.” Isa’s ethnographic study focused around local food providers in Whaingaroa and other settings in New Zealand, exploring the complex interconnectedness of food and its links with the social and political, values and practices, tradition and innovation, wealth and poverty at global, local and personal levels. “I looked at the culture, customs, habits and differences of alternative food networks, mostly based in the Raglan area where there’s a community of small-scale local food providers,” Isa told Voxy. She spent time with and interviewed local food providers who have opted out of the mainstream food system, finding out

how they operated, the issues they faced to establish and sustain their operations and how they overcame their challenges, often finding alternatives to conventional economic systems. “I worked with a cross-section of people and businesses and non-profit initiatives,” she said. “They included community gardens, small-scale organic and permaculture farms and other community groups, and businesses focused on producing and distributing local food such as cafes and bakeries, as well as those minimising waste and environmental harm.” Isa found that small-scale local food initiatives are often connected. “The economics of local food systems is dependent on relationships and trust which means that shared resources – land for example – can enable people to grow and share food and experiment with new ways of doing things. “They showed what’s possible and achievable even with minimal resources.” After years of study, Isa now lives in Wellington and works in public policy for the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment. “I’m also writing,” she says. “My novel ‘Fishing for Maui’ will be published next year and has food-related themes that draw on my doctoral research.” Edith Symes

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Raglan Golf Club Health Column mini putt colouring competition Animal For Raglan People + their Pets Summer perils


he Raglan Golf Club last week held a colouring competition to promote their mini putt activity. The club caters not only for 9 and 18 hole golfers but also boasts a mini putt and entertainment area for groups to enjoy hours of fun in a beautiful and relaxed location. The mini putt area is currently undergoing an upgrade and will look great this summer. Seventy competitors entered the competition. Ages ranged from 2 1/2 years to 47 years. The judges, Sean Mills and Lynley Clarkson, found selecting the winners very challenging due to the number of wonderful entries. Some where very creative with extra colouring and added embellishments to their pictures. Sponge Bob was the cartoon character playing mini putt that inspired seventy competitors to colour in and submit their entries.

Prizes for the competition were awarded to Blake H. aged 4, Lola Banks aged 4, Olivia aged 6, Ryley aged 7, Ava Bower aged 9, Brooke Salmon aged 11, Cheyenne Dingle aged 12, Poppy Campbell-Briant aged 13 and special recognition to Isla Limbert aged 8 for the most sparkliest and very creative entry. Lola, Ryley, Brooke and Cheyere win $30.00 cash and a family mini putt voucher as first prize winners. Blake, Olivia, Ava and Poppy win $15.00 cash and a family mini putt voucher. Isla wins a family mini putt voucher. From December to April the club house is open 11 am to 7pm every day except Tuesdays when the club house is closed. There are clean restrooms, bar facilities, food available and a picnic area with amazing views over Raglan and the inner harbour. The golf club is located on Te Hutewai Road Raglan phone 07 825 8483.

Sprinkler restrictions now in place


aikato District, Hamilton City and Waipa District are now all on Water Alert Level 1.

The move to Water Alert Level 1 was triggered by a significant increase in water consumption across the region. Water Alert Level 1 means that sprinklers should only be used between 6am to 8am and 6pm to 8pm, but a hose pipe can be used at any time. Warmer weather always leads to an increase in water consumption and since this time last month, use of Waikato District Council-supplied water has increased by 5% a week. Waters Manager Karl Pavlovich says that even though all of the Waikato District Council water supply is now metered, water conservation is still an important part of managing the economic and ecological impact of water supply. “The alert levels are key reminders or checkin points for our communities on how much water we are using as a whole and provide our residents a point to reflect on how they are using their water," says Mr Pavlovich. “Even though we’ve had a very wet year so far, we still need to react to the increased demand and the community can play their part by using water wisely ahead of what could be a long, dry summer. “There are lots of ways to conserve water, taking shorter showers, watering the garden by hand, or washing your car on a piece of lawn which needs watering can save hundreds of litres a day.” Hamilton City Council’s City Waters Manager Maire Porter said, recent summery weather has caused a noticeable jump in water use in Hamilton. “Over the past two weeks the city’s water use has increased by over 20 per cent, the warmer weather means pools are being filled and sprinklers are being turned on.” Waipa District Council Water Services Manager, Tony Hale said it was unusual to see water usage peak so early in the season.

“We have been monitoring the district’s water usage closely over the past few weeks and have seen a significant increase in usage as the sun has come out. In the past two weeks Waipa’s water use has increased from 187 to 203 million litres, up 14 million litres from the same time last year. “While it is tempting to turn on the sprinklers and rush to fill up our pools, it’s essential we all play our part to conserve water now so we will all be better off in the long run.” Smart Water has an e-newsletter to let you know when your alert level changes, it also has a week-byweek water use graph and other water saving tips. Sign up to receive it at The Smart Water Starts with You! sub-regional summer campaign aims to make long-term change to how we use water and is a joint venture between Waikato District Council, Hamilton City Council, and Waipa District Council. WDC

About the Water Alert level system: Water Alert Level 1 Use sprinkler systems between 6am – 8am and 6pm – 8pm Hand-held hosing can be used anytime Water Alert Level 2 Use sprinkler systems on alternate days between 6am – 8am and 6pm – 8pm Hand-held hosing can be used anytime Water Alert Level 3 No use of sprinklers. Hand-held hosing only Water Alert Level 4 No use of outside water systems


very year our clinic sees animals come in that show classic signs of poisoning. Here are some common perils to avoid:

however this must be given within three hours of ingestion for it to be effective. RAT BAIT POISONING This is a fairly common type of ETHYLENE GLYCOL poisoning in dogs, especially those POISONING Ethylene glycol (EG) is a sweet dogs who we like to lovingly refer tasting, odourless, liquid and is the to as ‘garbage guts’ or a similar pet active ingredient in most automotive name. The active ingredient in rat bait is antifreeze products. Unlike most other toxic warfarin, which is an anticoagulant, substances, cats tend to be meaning it blocks the synthesis of particularly attracted to EG due to its vitamin K (an essential component sweet taste. If anti-freeze is spilled, for normal blood clotting). Clinical signs or leaks onto non-porous surfaces, Most commonly, your pet will like driveways, animals may become lethargic/listless, breathing voluntarily drink it. Unfortunately, may become difficult if there is only a very small amount of EG needs to be ingested in order to free blood around the lungs or in the chest cavity, active bleeding result in severe poisoning. that does not cease where a trauma Clinical signs Lethargy, vomiting, has occurred and very pale or incoordination, excessive urination, white looking gums. Green or blue excessive thirst, hypothermia, colored stools also indicate your pet elevated heart and respiration has eaten rat bait and it has absorbed rate, dehydration, loss of appetite, through the GI tract, and treatment Not all foods are created so make sure yourbepet gets the best diet possible! must started immediately. seizures, coma, and equal eventually As vets we cannot emphasise enough the importance of good your Vomiting can benutrition inducedforwithin death. pet, to ensure good health. Diets need to be tailored to the specifi c needs of your If you suspect your pet has 30 minutes of ingestion to prevent pet to ensure they lead a healthy life. consumed EG, or notice any of the further absorption of warfarin. There are many reasons you them should consider your pet with pet Furtherfeeding treatment depends onfood the above clinical signs,why have purchasedbyfrom your vet. checked a veterinarian as soon severity of clinical signs, however if not dealt with as possible, timedietary is of the essence Advice: Youraspet’s needs may change as they grow andpromptly, age. Your the vet/ end vet result can be fatal. ifnurse there is hope of successful can offer advice on the best nutrition for all life stages of your pet. If you suspect your pet may treatment. Range: foodpoisoning? offers a wide range special diets, such as care, haveofingested rat bait or oral ethylene HowVet-Only does EGpet cause weight loss and hairball control. Ethylene glycol is converted by glycol, contact your local clinic immediately, to needs give your the the liver into Large-breed toxic byproducts that different Tailor-made: dogs have nutritional than pet smaller dogs andthe therefore need diet formulations. specificatfoods are best chanceBreed possible a good damage cells of thedifferent kidneys, formulated to help control or prevent some of the typical health problems of causing kidney failure. outcome. each Your also has for specifi c There an vet antidote foraccess EG,to prescription diets designed The Anexa Team

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Diane Davies Massage & Aromatherapy....021 969 929


Veita Harding - Maternal Health Counselling ....... Whaingaroa/Raglan...............................021 110 3423


The Herbal Dispensary.......................07 825 7444 Private Herbal/Naturopathic consultations


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Diane Davies Massage & Aromatherapy....021 969 929 Haven Massage with Shannon Darbyshire..021 02442248


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Antioxidants can be found in many food sources.


layman’s terms, free-radicals are bullies that start pushing everybody around and encourage nice cells to become bullies as well. Just like most conflicts, the results are ‘free radical waste products’ made up of broken, injured and deformed cells. If our cells are weak, it is natural that our organs, tissues and skin will likewise become weakened. Factors during the festive season which increase free radicals. • Sun damage • Air travel • Grilling/frying meats on the barbeque • Mental distress • Cigarette smoke • Alcohol

• Food preservatives and pesticides. When free radicals are created, they are checked by antioxidant enzymes in the body or nutrients in our food i.e. Vitamins C & E, beta carotene and bioflavonoids. However, at certain times we may need to supplement to meet excess demand. Some food sources of antioxidants: Flavonoids: beneficial for heart health. red peppers, strawberries, citrus, broccoli, tropical fruits and spinach Beta-carotene: beneficial to eye health. sweet potato, green leafy vegetables, carrots, peppers and broccoli Lycopene: Beneficial for helping to maintain prostate health. Tomatoes, especially when cooked. Asparagus, strawberries and grapefruit.

Supplemental antioxidants: Quercetin: Has strong antioxidant properties. Quercetin, like resveratrol, is also considered a potent xeno factor, a compound that can activate our ‘survival’ genes when ingested. Curcumin: As well as having strong anti-oxidant properties itself, curcumin can increase glutathione (the biggest antioxidant in our body) production and important detoxification enzymes in the liver. Astaxanthin: Can act as an internal sunscreen as well as being known to support retinal health and improve exercise recovery. Herbal Dispensary 6 Wallis Street 07 825 7444

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Plastic Bag Free Raglan/Pēke Kirihou Kore Whāingaroa would like to thank all of the Whāingaroa businesses who have become accredited as ‘plastic bag free’. So far 80+ businesses have pledged to no longer give out single use plastic carry bags, and the list is growing! Help us support these businesses who are making an effort to eliminate plastic bags from our beautiful town: Shop at accredited businesses listed below and let them know that you appreciate the effort they are making to ensure our environment is healthy. You can also encourage non-accredited businesses to become ‘plastic bag free’, by kindly encouraging them to get in touch with the Plasitc Bag Free Raglan team and find out what it takes to become an official accredited PBFR Partner!

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51 Bow Street

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The Total Package! Location, views, a good quality 3 bedroom home, great garaging with sleepout and ensuite on a freehold 733m² section, this one has it all! Located practically in town; conveniences, cafes, clubs, pubs the water and more are just an easy stroll away. The additional outside room and ensuite bathroom is always appealing for extra guests or potential for holiday accommodation.

The Good Life! So much more than just a lifestyle block! This solid brick 1970’s home is spacious with open plan living areas and 4 bdrms, a woodburner & heatpump will ensure warmth through the winter. Offering 6 acres of good contoured land there are many options to explore. Garage and sleepout with ensuite plus a massive farm shed is another bonus. Located approx 20 mins to Raglan, 30 mins to Hamilton and an hour to South Auckland.

Deadline 26.4.17 (unless sold prior) Contact Stephen O’Byrne - 021 969 848 Michelle O’Byrne - 021 969 878 View Saturday 2 - 2:45pm

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Slice of Heaven Do you yearn for the simplicity of yesteryear? ‘Kowhai Cottage’ will bring back childhood memories of those never ending summer holidays at the beach, the long days swimming and sunbathing, the twilight beach walks, the backyard games and bbqs. It is the ultimate kiwi bach: retro and quirky but also quiet, sunny, warm and comfortable with extensive views and its own harbour access, so you can keep your kayaks close to the water! Full of history but with the modern upgrades you would expect while still retaining its retro vibe. The furnishings are included so just bring your togs and relax.

Little Bach, BIG Views! This 1940’s 2 bedroom home has loads of character and is cute & funky, reminiscent of the classic Kiwi Bach. Elevated & sunny it sits on a good old ¼ acre section (1017m²). Stunning Harbour views and just a short walk to either Cox’s Bay or Lorenzen Bay for safe swimming and other water activities. A garage/ workshop provides dry & lockable storage for the toys. Develop or just enjoy it as is! This wee gem is sure to impress so you better get in quick! Deadline 26.4.17 (unless sold prior) Contact Stephen O’Byrne - 021 969 848 Michelle O’Byrne - 021 969 878 Email Saturday 12 - 12:30pm View

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120 Greenslade Road

Deadline 2.5.17 (unless sold prior) Contact Chrissy Cox - 027 287 1804 Email View Saturday 1 - 1:30pm




25b Violet Street Starting Up or Slowing Down This modern, spacious unit offers open plan living, 2 bedrooms and internal access garage. The living area opens onto a deck and has views Mt Karioi. No lawns to mow and low maintenance means it is a perfect lock up and leave holiday home, great investment property or home for a small family. Currently vacant so a quick settlement is possible. Put your own stamp on it with redecoration and enjoy! Call or email Chrissy for more information or to arrange a viewing.


For Sale $439,000 Contact Chrissy Cox - 027 287 1804 Email View Saturday 11 - 11:30am

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57 Hills Road 3


Space, Location & Huge Views Don’t delay viewing this prime lifestyle property within a few minutes drive to the beaches and cafes of Raglan. Set to take advantage of all day sun and huge panoramic rural and harbour views. Outside the kids will love the large flat lawn and entertaining is complimented with an outdoor fireplace and courtyard BBQ area. Grow your own vegetables in the raised garden bed area and pick a variety of fruit from the established orchard. The stand alone large shed with 3 bay garage/ workshop has plenty of room for vehicles.


3 Sunshine Rise

Refreshed, Rejuvenated and Ready For You For Sale $489,000 Contact Chrissy Cox - 027 287 1804 Email


Sunday 1 - 1:30pm 1A1HFG

Elevated and sunny this 3 bedroom home has new carpet and paint and is all ready for you to move in. The dining area opens onto a large deck extending your living space. There is a separate single garage and under house storage. Quietly located in a cul-de-sac yet less than 5 minutes walk to lovely OF TRADING Lorenzen Bay. If you’ve been on the hunt for a very tidy, maintained By easily appointment rental property, or a great first home in a popular area, come and see what is on offer here. Call or email Chrissy for more information or come along to an Open Home.


For Sale $945,000 Contact Kyle Leuthart - 021 903 309 Email View Saturday 1 - 1:45pm

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027 287 1804

021 624 826

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I am working as a locum GP in Raglan over summer having spent most of 2017 as the sole doctor in Kawhia. I love spending my free time outside and Raglan is going to be perfect for that. My favourite thing about general practice is not knowing what is coming through the door next. I really enjoy urgent care and palliative care and I am looking forward to getting to know some of the community while I am here.

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I am a locum practice nurse with over forty years experience in the nursing profession with the last ten years spent in general practice. My interests are in health promotion, working with families and general well-being. I will be staying in Raglan quite a bit over the next few months and I look forward to working with you.

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Te Maara a Hineteiwaiwa


Waitetuna students challenged at the National Police College


fter winning the P.C.T Challenge (Police Physical Competency Test) in Hamilton, the Waitetuna Team: Stella, Georgie, Hudson and Kahu headed for the National PCT Competition in Wellington.

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It’s a Raglan nine-hour drive, which got to spend in This secret sun drenched hideaway is searching for its we $499,000 GST Inclusive new owner. The open plan kitchen and living leads you athosepolice van, entertaining a sun-drenched deck that is perfect for VIEW 1.30-2.30pm, Sat 9 & Sun 10 of special weaving flax onto cultivars were Dec summer BBQs with friends and family. Offering three ourselves all the way with bedrooms and a new bathroom and a covered outdoor accessed from a Paa Harakeke in Waitakere patio below, this property has it all. Uniquely, it also karaoke singing and brief stops. We stayed offers two separate options for street access. View this City and were planted by school students property today ! at a Top 10 Holiday Park. “We had heaps of at a blessing ceremony conducted by 3 1 1 fun bouncing on the big jumping pillow, there Kaumatua Paddy Kaa. Jono Hutson was also a gaming room and trampolines,” M 021 488 766 Flax weaving has continued at the commented Hudson. school, using flax from the school’s own PGG Wrightson Real Estate Limited, licensed underfiREAA 2008of the PCT Challenge, we On the rst day Paa harakeke. Beautiful art pieces have got to go on a real police training course! We been conceived, created and installed at were up against 15 teams from all around New the site by students and teachers, including Zealand. The challenges involved strength, naming signage, decorated pou and a speed, balance, agility, and most importantly, pataka. The plants are lush and healthy. teamwork. This included pushing a trailor Kaumatua Sean Ellison named the site for five metres, carrying a car wheel for five Te Maara a Hineteiwaiwa, The garden metres (1 person) and scrambling over a twoof Hineteiwaiwa, goddess of the arts and metre wall. After all that work we got to creativity. relax at the aquatic centre before returning to On Monday Kaumatua Sean and Paddy, the police college for a delicious dinner. along with the entire school, conducted the unveiling and blessing of the new Pataka, revealing the new name and logo of this beautiful garden. So now Te Maara a Hineteiwaiwa stands complete, a taonga and valuable resource for generations of n Sunday, school students to come. 38 Main Road


n 2013, Quenten Browne’s Year 10 students began their journey with harakeke (flax) and weaving. Each week they met with Whaea Gwyn (teacher at the school) and her weaving friend, Annie Cochrane, to learn the art of caring for harakeke, harvesting it and turning it into a range of beautiful things – bracelets, baskets, backpacks and flowers. But we needed to grow the special varieties of harakeke that have been selected and used for generations by Māori weavers. And so the vision began, with these students, and their teachers. A piece of land adjacent to the school and under Council ownership was a perfect site. Noel Barber from council gave the school use of this piece of paradise and prepared it for planting. The following winter, fans

Outdoor Pursuit Center pushes kids to the limit

RAS Opens New Classrooms


urray! An open plan classroom has been built at Raglan Area School for the Year 9 students. Students from Years 0-10 gathered around the new classroom to celebrate and bless this building that will give joy and happiness to all the students that walk in and out of its doors. Kaumatuas Sean and

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The next day started bright and early with more challenges. The first event was the Blaster, which involved team challenges, like skipping together, sliding mat number games and memory tests. There was also a water challenge where competitors had to exchange water via buckets attached to helmets - without using hands. “We could've gone a little bit faster in that event!” Said Georgie. Lastly the soaked team moved on to the minute-to-win-it challenge (only three teams passed this but not us). “The cup flipping was really difficult,” said Kahu, “but now I know what to practise for next time.” Our school is very proud to have such an amazing team, who always put their all into everything they do!

Paddy blessed the new classrooms along with the Raglan Area students. All the students and teachers walked along the classroom walls and brushed their hands against the wall to let the room know what its purpose is for, to help the students and adults learn and grow as the years pass. When everyone had finished blessing the building they all sat on top of the hill under the big tree looking down at the new classroom, we sang a song to finish off our blessing of the new Year 9 classrooms.


November 19, Emma and Ngakau left for O.P.C. (Outdoor Pursuits Centre) at Tongariro, for a week of outdoor adventures to boost their confidence and leadership skills.

Throughout the week we did team challenges which were really difficult. More confident leaders learnt to help the ones who found it hard. For example: The Giant's Ladder which was a giant ladder held by wire that we had to help each other climb, had three people at a time climbing. The length between each wooden plank got bigger, the higher we climbed. The biggest length between the two planks was about two meters. “I found it very difficult when the next ladder was my height and I had to climb it. I enjoyed helping others who were struggling to climb,” said Ngakau. “My favourite adventure was the kayaking,” says Emma. As every day of the camp we started off with a trip to the resource centre to grab our two-man kayaks. Once we had learned how to tie the kayaks on the trailer we headed for Lake Taupo. Throughout the day we paddled

around rocks as well as jumping off them. We learned to use the “skirts”, which is a skirt you wear but it is designed to seal inside the kayak from the outside so your legs don’t get wet, and it gives you more control of the kayak. It makes it very difficult to get out when you flip because you have to pull a strap to be able to hop out of the kayak, while being under water. The overnight camp on Mount Ruapehu was cold and windy but awesome because of the waterfall close by. We climbed the waterfall and discovered a large piece of ice where the water was coming from. Emma was the first to climb the waterfall and was able to support others to climb. We developed friendships, leadership skills and were challenged physically and mentally. It was sad to leave on Friday and say goodbye to our new mates.

Making olla


hat do Te Uku School, Whaingaroa Environment Centre (WEC), permaculture, and Waitetuna potter Clare Wimmer all have in common? Making magic happen.

On two separate Mondays this term, Te Uku School’s Year 7 and 8 students made olla with Claire Wimmer. Olla (oi-ya) are clay pots that can be used to water the garden. The magic part is how the water slowly soaks through the clay and into the soil. This process is called osmosis. Making the pots was fun. We got to pound, flatten, wedge, roll, mold and smooth the clay. All that fun created two bowl shapes that were joined together with

a clay sausage. This might sound easy but we learnt that clay shouldn’t be tried quickly because the joins don’t work. This meant some of the pots needed to be squished and remade. We decorated the lids for the pots by painting them and scratching patterns. The completed pots will be fired at 1035˚C. We are impatiently waiting to see what the finished pots look like. We would like to thank Charlotte Pearsall, Claire Wimmer, and Stacey from WEC, for making it possible for us to create a unique watering system for our garden. Kanika Aish and Keira Hartstone

Q&A with the Year 8 Seniors of Te Mata School

Back: Braedan Rossiter, Griffin Pohutukawa, Poppy Campbell-Briant, Maureen George Middle: Sophie Higgins, Jahzara Waitere, Danielle Macdonald, Cooper Woolston Front: Cassidy Hanna, Brooke Ahern.


Smoothing the clay on the inside of half of an olla pot.

SLAM Poetry


hat makes us who we are? How do other people learn about what we think and believe? SLAM poetry is one way to share that information with others in a fun and informative

way. Here are two examples of SLAM poems created by students in Discovery Four: I go by the name of Jade Though it implies It does not specify That I am jaded Or faded Or under appreciated My hair is copper gold And stands out quite bold But unlike the metal My hair will never settle And quite frankly, it’s over crazy level Speaking of crazy My memories quite hazy But I think I can share this That I train in a circus Leaving the people all wordless But that’s not on purpose I was born in Cape Town Which makes all the kids frown Because my skin colour Well, it’s not brown To be frank I’m as pale as a sheet And telling you that is no great feat So when I say I’m from Africa And allergic to brassica People might think Wow, she couldn’t be happier Now it’s the end And I must put down my pen And say, “Goodbye my friend.” Till the next time we meet Till then. Poet: Jade Jansen Van Vuuren

Hi my name is Keira Which apparently rhymes with error But that does not define me Or make me one Although most things I do are easier said than done So you could say my moral imperative Is to have fun I like doing sports and trying new things And spend my spare time on a device chatting And getting pinged My happy place is You Tube To which I am subscribed So most people recognise me as a good vibe I am a white Māori And come from Tainui tribe Bribe Bribe me I’ll do most things you say Just as long as you pay Equally and fair Because I don’t like it when nobody shares Especially when it comes to food I can be quite rude And want everything I see It can be hard for me to agree Agree on what to watch Such as Nickelodeon or Disney channel And Starbucks Or Dunkin Donuts If you give me some sugar I will go crazy Then about two hours later I will be tired and lazy And that’s how I’m feeling now So “Bye.” I’m going to eat some cake or pie That’s another thing I can’t decide. Poet: Keira Hartstone

t the end of the year, 10 of Te Mata's Year 8 students will be leaving to attend high school. We have decided to interview them on their previous school years and what their plans are for the next school year ahead. Questions for the Year 7 and 8 students: Q1: How long have you been at Te Mata School? Q2: What have been some of your highlights at Te Mata School? Q3: What are some personal achievements that you’re proud of? Q4: What are you going to miss about Te Mata School? Q5: Which high school are you going to next year? Cooper Woolston: Q1: Eight Years. Q2: Going on all of the trips and camps were really fun. Q3: Passing my reading test this term, and passing our class basic facts tests as well. Q4: I will miss all the people and the teachers. Q5: Hamilton Boys High School. Poppy Campbell-Briant: Q1: One year. Q2: I love the sport here, as we go out and play everyday. Q3: I won our school speech competition, and I also won the Waikato Greater Art Competition Q4: Everything really, although I’ve been here for such a short time compared to the other Year 8s, I’ve met so many cool people and learnt so many new things. Q5: Raglan Area School. Brooke Ahern: Q1: Four years. Q2: Camp is probably one of my biggest highlights, I love hanging out with my friends and having fun. Q3: I got the highest score in the class on my maths test this term, and I think that I have also progressed a lot in my art skills as well. Q4: My friends, the teachers and our class camps, I will definitely miss a lot. Q5: Raglan Area School. Danielle McDonald: Q1: Eight years. Q2: When Mrs Gott started as our principal it was fun, she is so funny and it is always nice to meet someone new. Q3: I passed my Number maths test this year, I also won our school cross country, and Interschool cross country once. Q4: The teachers, how small and cosy this school is, and living within walking distance to the school. Q5: Raglan Area School. Braedan Rositter: Q1: Eight Years. Q2: Camp, is really fun, it’s really good that I’m facing my fears and hanging out with my friends at the same time. We are also going to Rainbows End at the end of the year, which will be fun. Q3: Making it into most of the school sports teams, and also improving my reading. Q4: The Fish Philosophy. Q5: Raglan Area School. Sophie Higgins: Q1: Eight years. Q2: Class camps are always fun. I loved competing

in Stage Challenge in July and attending NYLD with a few of my classmates. I also loved meeting and getting to know so many new and exciting people, I’m surrounded with so many supportive peers and teachers. Q3: Winning the Raglan Clubs Anzac Essay Competition was super cool, and I’m also really proud of how my learning has progressed over my time at Te Mata. Q4: Friends and teachers are going to be a big thing for me. I believe that they have helped me grow so much. I’m also going to miss the really nice, laidback feel that our school has. Q5: Raglan Area School. Griffin Pohutukawa: Q1: Eight years. Q2: Camp is definitely one of the best times of the year for me. I also really love agricultural day because we get to see all of the beautiful animals, it is also cool to see my friends awarded with lots of ribbons and trophies. Q3: I got an excellence certificate for my science fair board, which I am really happy about. My basic facts have also been improving over the course of this year. Q4: I have so many things that I will miss about Te Mata School. I think I will really miss the awesome teachers, my friends and even all of the work. Q5: Raglan Area School. Jahzara Waitere: Q1: Eight years. Q2: All the fun opportunities and activities I have been privileged to take part in over the years I have been at Te Mata School. Q3: I am really proud of myself for being at or above in all of my subjects. I am also really happy that I passed my bronze basic facts and am quite good at my times tables now. Q4: I will miss all of the teachers, my friends and all of the wonderful people that helped me learn and become who I am. Q5: Hamilton Girls High School. Maureen George: Q1: Eight years. Q2: I love all of the great people and the fun subjects. I also like how we always do lots of cool adventurous activities throughout the year. Q3: I’m really happy that I’ve managed to pass most of my math tests in class. I am also thrilled that I have been working at or above in most of my subjects in school. Q4: My teacher, Miss Briant, my friends, all the fundraisers, camps, fun days and even the hard work. I’m also really going to miss the Fish Philosophy which has had a massive impact on my life. Q5: Sacred Heart Girls College. Cassidy Hanna: Q1: One year. Q2: I love all the fun activities I have been able to take part in. I also think our camp is going to be really fun and definitely one of my highlights. Q3: I am really happy about my math improvements with my basic facts. I have just recently passed my bronze basic facts and I have majorly improved in my times tables this year. Q4: The thing I will really miss is the relaxed, but hardworking vibe at Te Mata School. I will also miss my awesome teacher Miss Briant and my friends. Q5: Raglan Area School.

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Stroopwafels a treat by Dutch and Delicious

Soundsplash announces full artist lineup, sustainability initiatives and more



his week we had a chat to Derk Barlagen, who has recently been making Dutch treats called stroopwafels.

Why did you decide to start selling waffles? When I lived in Holland, I used to work for a organic bakery. They also went to different markets in the area. I was able to work the markets too. It is a nice way of working and meet customers. And of course to make good money. When we were planning our immigration to New Zealand we liked to travel New Zealand and to sell at different markets. Stroopwafels and Poffertjes were the two main products that are very popular in Holland. I knew for sure people in New Zealand would like them here as well. Where did you get the recipe? When I bought the machine/iron press in Holland the salesperson gave

me a basic recipe. However, here in Raglan, I started to fine tune this recipe and changed almost everything. Until I had the result I’m happy with. Are they traditional? Stroopwafels are very traditional Dutch treats. Every market there is a stall selling fresh Waffles. Nevertheless, every waffle baker has its own unique taste in syrup and biscuit. Where can people buy them? At the moment people can buy them straight from me or order through Facebook Dutch and Delicious. They are also available at Indi coffee shop, the Raglan Fish at the wharf as well as Dutch market in Cambridge and Auckland. Trying to sell more markets coming period. I’m talking with different businesses in Raglan and Waikato area that are keen on selling my Delicious stroopwafels this summer.

All Waikato District Council offices and libraries to be cash free W aikato District Council offices and libraries will be cash-free from 17 February 2018 and rate payers should receive a flyer with their rates notices this week notifying them of this.

The move follows on from the Huntly Library and Council Office being cash-free since its refurbishment last year. The decision to be cash-free across all Waikato District Council sites was made in February of this year. “There are significant benefits to being cash-free which include substantial savings of time and money on managing security requirements. It also frees up our staff time to focus on engaging with customers in our libraries,” Customer Delivery Manager Angela Parquist says. “We can concentrate on building our libraries and offices into a safe hub for community activities, which is what people tell us they want.” It is estimated the majority of our customers will not been affected by this change. “Across our sites we know that

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only 15% of people pay in cash. We recognise that, for some, this will require a change in behaviour but we have taken steps to ensure that the inconvenience to residents is minimised,” Mrs Parquist says. Once cash-free, sites will be able to take credit card and paywave over the counter. Credit cards will incur a 2% surcharge. Otherwise, Council offers a full range of non-cash payment options including eftpos to online banking options as well as free wi-fi at all its library sites. Banks are also able to assist customers to set up payment options. For customers still wanting to pay their rates or dog registration fees in cash, they can use a number of other businesses in each of the townships. Council refuse stickers can be purchased at a range of other businesses across the district. A full list of these businesses can be found at Printing can also be done at a number of businesses in each of the townships. WDC

ith six weeks to go, Soundsplash 2018 heats up to deliver Raglan’s best festival experience yet.

Joining Shapeshifter, Slumberjack, DUB FX, Katchafire, and the other great artists announced earlier this year, are twenty-one more acts guaranteed to bring an ecofuelled truckload of summer goodness. Soul queen Ladi6 is set to unleash her awardwinning grooves, and P-Money will make his much-anticipated Soundsplash debut. UK DJ Ed Solo makes a welcome return to Raglan, while Brisbane indie rockers The Jungle Giants will also be jetting in. Mitch James will be packing all his recent hits, and Thomas Oliver brings his distinctive blend of roots, soul and folk (along with his signature lap-steel guitar). Flowidus and Auckland’s Racing, Brendon Thomas & The Vibes, Imagine This and Cian join the party, along with Whangarei band Otium, Christchurch’s Yayné, Wellington’s Uncle Silverback, and Napier’s Iris Dunn. Rounding out the line-

up is a selection of Raglan’s finest including DJ Jamin-I, DJ Atmosphere, Dubsonic, B-Rex, King Macka & Jinja Cat, and DJ Adam Lai. Keeping it local is a big part of the Soundsplash philosophy, as is an unwavering commitment to a sustainable future. Once again, the festival will be partnering with a number of environmentallyconscious organisations, among them Xtreme Zero Waste, Plastic Bag Free Raglan and Karioi Maunga. Other initiatives include on-ground recycling and solar charging stations, and a use of repurposed materials throughout the site. In addition to celebrating music, Soundsplash also strives to support those making other forms of positive change within the community. The Open Mindspace will host a full schedule of free workshops for the curious, with a wide range of leaders, innovators, philosophers, entrepreneurs, healers and performers sharing their knowledge and wisdom. Included will be yoga sessions, nutritional advice, spoken word, dance, drumming and more, with an additional focus for 2018 on

services around youth mental health. Firm believers that you are what you eat, the Soundsplash team have once again handpicked a range of top food vendors, offering delicious and healthy alternatives to standard festival fare. On hand for the hungry will be everything from raw and vegan options, to rotisserie chicken, woodfired pizza, real fruit ice cream and more. In addition, the Global Marketspace will offer a bazaar full of ethically sourced products, with a focus on fairtrade, local and arts and culture-based goods. With limited advance price tickets remaining, now is the time to head to and secure your place at the mustdo summer festival of 2018. With stunning coastal views, on-site camping, beach access and a great all-ages environment, Soundsplash is not to be missed! Until then, stay tuned for further festival announcements, and head to to learn more. Soundsplash Festival January 19, 20, 21 Wainui Reserve, Raglan Tickets on sale now from

Junior Golfers swinging flags to improve golf skills at Wednesday's coaching session. Run by Golf Waikato coach, Ben, the students had heaps of fun swinging their flags. Coaching finishes next Wednesday, December 6, for 2017.

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5c Waikowhai Place

Everything to Love! You can have it all from this substantial Raglan home! Featuring 4 dble bdrms + separate office, 2 bthrms & garaging. A great bonus is the coolest man cave inspired by a hunting lodge. Wonderful harbour views are enjoyed from the upstairs and the 516m2 section is nicely landscaped, fully fenced and low maintenance, just sit back on the sun soaked deck and relax! Conveniently located on the outskirts of the town centre it’s an easy stroll to the water, cafes, recreational grounds and more. This fabulous family friendly home will appeal to many offering huge content and huge value so you better be quick.

A Touch of Class Effortless style & quality this is a property to admire. The modern designer home offers spacious & light open plan living leading onto a covered outdoor area for al fresco dining & features 3 dble bedrooms, master with ensuite and walk in ‘robe. The 1210m2 section includes wetlands a useable lawn area, vege gardens & established plantings. This stunning home is extremely well appointed with every detail thoughtfully considered from the clever storage solutions to the raised strawberry beds, prepare to be impressed! Lorenzen Bay within easy walking distance.

For Sale Contact Email View

Deadline Contact Email View


Open Home


$639,000 Michelle O’Byrne - 021 969 878 Sunday 11 - 11:30am


Open Home


Final Notice


19 December (unless sold prior) Stephen O’Byrne - 021 969 848 Sunday 12 - 12:30pm 1SPHFG



21 Opotoru Road

44 Wainui Road

Irresistibly Easy Living Comfortable, single level living is waiting from this modern Raglan home. Enjoying fantastic harbour views and water access is virtually across the road. The well maintained home features 3 double bedrooms and open plan living extends onto the expansive sun soaked deck. Located in popular Raglan West the 926m² section is low maintenance and thoughtfully planted for privacy. A large garage featuring a high stud makes parking the boat a breeze and a sleepout including an ensuite is always an asset. Easy walking distance to many of Raglan’s main attractions this is one you won’t want to miss.

Prepare to be Pleasantly Surprised Conveniently located in sought after Raglan West this solid 1960’s home is so much more than meets the eye. Completely renovated to the highest standard including dble glazing, fully insulated, new roof plus top of the range chattels. Situated on a 971m2 section you enjoy massive harbour views & water access only mins away. Upstairs features 3 bdrms, stylish bthrm, designer kitchen and open plan living. Downstairs consists of a large media/rumpus room, office or 4th bdrm a good sized workshop and offers the potential to convert into a s/c flat. This outstanding property is sure to surprise and delight!

Deadline Contact Email View

Deadline Contact Email View


12 December (unless sold prior) Stephen O’Byrne - 021 969 848 Sunday 1 - 1:30pm


Final Notice



13 December (unless sold prior) Michelle O’Byrne - 021 969 878 Saturday 1 - 1:30pm



1 Lorenzen Bay Road

16 Upper Wainui Road

Impossible to Build for the Price! Be impressed when you enter through the auto gates and see this exceptional 330m2 home built in 2008 and designed by De Lisle Jenkins Architects with no expense spared. A suspended bridge above the grand entrance foyer links the upper level living area to the master bedroom wing. The lower level has 3 bedrooms, a bathroom, an office, a laundry and internal access 3 car garage. The large landscaped 1295m2 has beautiful rural, harbour and mountain views. This is like a modern castle built with pure quality.

Coastal Views & Creative Living Recently modernised and redecorated with new carpet throughout, this spacious and solid home is located in a proven investment area close to Wainui Beach and the popular surfing breaks. Currently running as lucrative top end holiday accommodation, the upstairs area consists of 2 double bedrooms with a beautiful kitchen and living area, windows and northfacing decks soaking up the coastal views. The separate downstairs area has 2 x 2 bedroom units, each with their own living area, tiled bathroom and kitchenette. All this is set on a classic 1/4 acre section with native plantings and fruit trees.

For Sale Contact Email View

Offers over $995,000 Kyle Leuthart - 021 903 309 Sunday 12 - 12:30pm

Auction Contact Email View

Open Home

9th December LJ Hooker Raglan Kyle Leuthart - 021 903 309




100c Greenslade Road

29a Norrie Avenue

Section, Close to Town with No Covenants This 467m2 freehold section with no land or building covenants has great potential of views over the Estuary and Mt Karioi. A concrete drive is in place that takes you down to a caravan and 2 small sheds with extra facilities for camping. Situated close to the local school, town and harbour means you have the option to leave your car at home. Good for you and the environment. For Sale $285,000 Contact Robbie Regnier 021 952 271 Email 1R7HFG View

Your Haven Enjoy spectacular harbour views from this warm and welcoming home. ‘The Chalet’ was built to make the most of the sun and the views with two living areas and dual decks for relaxed outdoor living and entertaining. You will love the peacefulness of the bush setting and the sheltered micro climate it provides. Wake to birdsong, breathe in the fresh sea air and enjoy the natural tranquillity of the gentle lap of the tides. Positioned adjacent to the walkway access to Moonlight Bay you can be at the water’s edge in less than a minute. Call now and secure it for summer!

98g Greenslade Road

Summer @ Moonlight Bay Utilise the double garage on this 548m² section over summer. Sit back and visualise the potential of great harbour views this unique property has on offer when you are ready to build. With less than a minutes walk to Moonlight Bay the harbour is a haven for all water sports. Mild covenants apply.

For Sale Contact Email View

For Sale $310,000 Contact Robbie Regnier 021 952 271 Email 1QRHFG View

$699,000 Chrissy Cox - 027 287 1804 Sunday 1 - 1:30pm

Robbie Regnier

Chrissy Cox

Matt Sweetman

Kyle Leuthart

Michelle O’Byrne

Stephen O’Byrne

Sandra Bowditch

021 952 271

027 287 1804

021 624 826

021 903 309

021 969 878

021 969 848

021 751 759

Licensed Salesperson

Licensed Salesperson

Licensed Salesperson

Licensed Salesperson

Licensed Salesperson

Licensed Salesperson

Raglan Property Manager

*NB Boundary lines on photos are approximate & merely a guide. All information contained herein is gathered from sources we deem reliable. However we cannot guarantee or give any warranty about the information provided. Interested parties must solely rely upon their own enquiries.

LJ Hooker Raglan (07) 825 7170 •

25-27 Bow Street , Raglan • George Boyes & Co Limited Licensed Real Estate Agent REAA 2008

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• Felling & removal • Fully insured • Hedge trimming • Pruning, shaping, thinning • Stump grinding

For all your Welding and Metalwork needs, as well as Hydraulic Hoses and Fittings, pay a visit to Peter at Raglan Engineering.




• Landscaping • Licensed Builders • Painting • Decorating • Flooring Supply & Install

• Rental Cleans • Carpet Cleans • Meth Cleans • Water Blasting • Gardening • Lawn Mowing • Fully Insured

Contact Peter on 825-8486 or see him 8am-5pm at 2 Park Drive, Raglan

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P L U M B I N G & G A S LT D

Christie Carpentry

Grant Mathis 07 825 0523 or 027 222 0156

hOUse BUiLDer anD renOVatOrs

paul & robyn Christie COURIERS tel: (07) 825 8366 paul: 021 188 0447 - robyn: 021 177 5201 199c te papatapu road, rD2 te Mata, raglan email: Pick ups and Deliveries Servicing Raglan Monday to Saturday 6 days a week



027 4979 116 or 07 825 0214

• MAINTENANCE, NEW BUILDS, LIGHT COMMERCIAL • LOCALLY OWNED & OPERATED Offering a reliable, friendly service combined with quality workmanship.

ph 07 847 8210



Specialising in New Builds, Maintenance and Drainlaying. Nick Heasman Phone: 021 058 2140 Email:


FENCING • • • •


Contact for FREE QUOTE


mobile 021 263 8698

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West Shore Ltd Matt Connor - Roofer 021 254 1600 • New Roof • Roof repairs • Re-roof • Cladding & flashings • Gutters - new - repairs - maintenance

Quality Local Roofing & Maintenance

FRI 8 DEC R A G L A N K I N D E R G A RT E N H A N G I Fundraiser. Fri 8th Dec from 5.30PM. Tickets available NOW.

\’MOOD\’ Photographic Art Exhibition by Geraldine Burns. Opening Saturday 9th Dec, at Rock-it.

GOLF COACHING For Primary and Secondary pupils occurs every Wednesday from 3.30-4.30 pm at the Raglan Golf Club. All equipment is provided. $20 for whole year. Ph. 825 8483.

WED 13 DEC R A G L A N R A M B L E R S 9am from Wainui Rd car park next to the fire station - Te Kaha (Mussel Rock) - bring lunch and boat fare. Hawaiian Luau


at The Wharf Kitchen and Bar. Friday 15th of December. Authentic buffet dining, complimentary beverage on arrival and entertainment from Raglans Elvis. Contact 07 825 0010 for more information, booking essential.

Whaingaroa Youth Movement Invites you to Wayfinding - a children’s community dance project When: 11am Saturday 9 December Where: Bushpark Wainui Reserve - Koha entry -

For Sale a ta m i ra . c o. n z Summer Dresses & Mens Shorts + Happy Socks Half Price :)))) Gift ideas galore

In My Good Books Quality 2nd hand books Open Thurs - Sun from 10am 2 Wallis St Books wanted.

Services Offered NEED THOSE SMALL Jobs done in and around the house? Call John on 021 0824 0111. Discount for pensioners.

Wanted to Let MATURE MARRIED, PEACEFUL COUPLE Artist and author require classic kiwi bach for longterm rental. No objections to lawns & gardens. Please contact 0223774896.

To Let RAGLAN COTTAGE TO RENT. Available early January 2018. Two bedrooms and good size lounge/kitchen and bathroom. $350 per week. Walking distance to township and easy drive to surf beaches. Tenants with excellent references submit details by e mail vicandjenna@

Commercial to Let RETAIL SHOP PREMISES IN PRIME MAIN STREET location available to lease from 1st April 2018. Expressions of interest Email:


Contact Gary Kite

4005 SH23, Raglan Ph: (07) 825 6560 Mob: 022 622 9005

FRI 8 DEC @ YOT CLUB Hip hop night feat. Diaz Grimm’s All Together Tour with Kuka, CTFD, Stuss, Jay Knight. $15 presales. SAT 9 DEC @ YOT CLUB SOULDROP Hazy Days Tour with Riviera. $10

SUN 10 DEC @ YOT CLUB Raglan Sunday Sessions with Dubsonic, Kaya Brown, Jamin-I, Tux D Lux and DJ Octaves. Food cooking in the yard all night, free from 4:20pm, $10 from 7pm. **No entry after midnight. Free pickup and dropoff, text 0211034156.

Courses, classes & workshops THE RAGLAN LIGHT EXERCISE GROUP Sessions Monday and Thursday. 10am to 11am. St Peters Hall. Everybody is most welcome to attend. *Sponsored by RC

FREE BUDGET SERVICE AND CAREER-TREE CV WRITING SERVICE Raglan Community House @ 45 Bow St. Nau mai Haere mai. For appt. ph 07-825 8142, email: info@ theraglanhouse. *Sponsored by RC

Public Notices CLARIFICATION re: article ‘Arrows point in the right direction’, Issue #572 pg. 3: It was reported in the article that a local man was badly injured when a car came out of Rock-It Kitchen on the wrong side of the road. The owner of Rocki-it Kitchen on Wainui Road would like to clarify that her establishment was in fact closed on the night of the reported incident.

Christmas and New Year Hours The Xmas and New Year Holidays will change the days of our kerbside foodwaste collection. To help you manage your foodwaste over the Xmas and New Year’s period, Xtreme Zero Waste is accepting foodwaste drop off at the centre on: - Friday 22nd, Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th December and - Friday 29th, Saturday 30th and Sunday 31st December. Please ensure your foodwaste is contained in the official XZW Compostable bags. We will provide a wheelie bin near Kaahu’s Nest for collections.

RAGLAN CHRONICLE CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEARS DEADLINE INFORMATION The last Chronicle issue for the year will be published on Thursday, December 21, 2017. The deadline for the last issue of the year is Monday, December 18, 2017, at 12 noon. After this issue the Chronicle office will be shut down for two weeks. The Chronicle office will reopen again on Monday, January 8, 2018. First issue of 2018 will be published on Thursday, January 11, 2018. The deadline for the first issue of the year is Monday, January 8, 2018 at 12 noon.


Te Mata School 2018 Its a choreographed dance to Music. The moves are called Katas and we base techniques a variety of We are looking for a reliable, on energetic healing arts namely Felden Krais, tae kwon Tai person who has a passion for workingdo, with chi and Yoga. Every one is welcome, no experience ORS students with high health and learning necessary, its all about moving to heal, your bodies needs. Supporting with their individual way, feeling the joythem and pleasure of dancing.

learning programmes. You would need to be $10 member entry fee. and empathetic a supportive team The dance starts at 11am and goes for to the specific daily requirements of the approximately one hour. Sunday thestudents. 17th of December. WeThe invite members from the community to join position is as a teacher aide, fixed us. Our Fabulous Venue is the Kokiri Stage term for 2 days a week. A driver’s licenceat is The Kokiri Centre, Riria Kereopa Memorial preferable and the position would require a Drive Raglan. For more info please see our Nia In clean slateface police vetpage. check. Waikato book To apply please send a covering letter and Or Contact Belinda Goodwin for local class times in your CV with details of two referees to: Raglan. 0275407422 Volunteering Waikato recognises and thanks the thousands of volunteers in our region on



Public Notices

Public Notices TEMPORARY 30KM/H SPEED RESTRICTION On 9 December 2017, there will be a temporary 30km/h speed restriction on Whaanga Rd from Whale Bay roundabout to Te Toto Gorge car park due to a running event. From 8.30am to 13.00pm marshals will be available for further information on the day. Thank You.


- Peace and tranquility -Surfing, fishing, bush walks - Cabins, powered sites, tent sites PH 07 825 6800

“No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted.” ~ Aesop Proudly supported by:

RAGLAN NATURALLY - OUR COMMUNITY PLAN He Mahere Hapori Whānui o Whaingaroa see you on the couch at this weekends Creative Market Sign up for monthly newsletter visit us on Facebook email: raglannaturally@ Gabrielle Parson 021 844 785

Xtreme Christmas Hours Monday 25th December - Site Closed Tuesday 26th December - Site Closed Wednesday 27th December - Open 8.30am - 4.30pm Thursday 28th December - Site Closed Friday 29th December - Open 8.30am - 4.30pm Saturday 30th December - Open 8.30am - 4.30pm Sunday 31st December - Open 8.30am - 4.30pm Monday 1st January - Site Closed Tuesday 2nd January - Site Closed Wednesday 3rd January - Open 8.30am - 4.30pm Thursday 4th January - Site Closed Friday 5th January - Open 8.30am - 4.30pm Saturday 6th January - Open 8.30am - 4.30pm Sunday 7th January - Open 8.30am - 4.30pm Kerbside Collections - Recycling, foodwaste and pre-paid bags Wednesday 27th December - Raglan West Thursday 28th December - Raglan East Wednesday 3rd January - Raglan West Thursday 4th January - Raglan East

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9 Calvert Road, Raglan




17 Simon Road, Raglan


A CHRISTMAS CRACKER! • Adorable 3 bedroom home, newly refurbished. Everything has been done for you! • New modern kitchen with quality appliances, new bathroom with amazing marble freestanding basin. New flooring and joinery, complete with double glazing. • Fenced and landscaped. Selling fully and exquisitely furnished. Subject to title.


For Sale: By Negotiation Open Home: Sat 11am Contact: Julie Hanna - 027 441 8964 Blair Hanna - 021 0200 8282

62 Government Road, Raglan



AMAZING WATER VIEWS SECLUSION IN CALVERT • Listen to the surf, walk to the waves!! • Immaculately presented and maintained 3 bedroom home. Three levels, a diverse composition of sleeping options and 2 bathrooms. • A tropical setting with a well-planned garden, a flat lawn and ample parking for boats and cars. • A very large separate garage with studio above offers potential to further develop as a living space. • Ideal for a couple, offering income potential or a delightful lifestyle for family living. • Situated approximately 8km from Raglan Town centre and a very short stroll to famous Whale Bay surf break. • Pre Auction offers considered. Call Julie or Blair to view today!

For Sale: AUCTION - 19th January 2018

• Fully furnished 2-bedroom home on 1381m² • Huge decking with bushy backdrop • Lends itself to an ancillary dwelling or secluded sleep-out • Prior auction offers considered

Open Home: Sat 12pm

For Sale: NOW AT FIXED PRICE $609,000 Julie Hanna 027 441 8964

Open Home: Sat & Sun 2pm Contact: Julie Hanna - 027 441 8964 Blair Hanna - 021 0200 8282

Blair Hanna 021 0200 8282

41a Norrie Avenue, Raglan



10 Mahana Place, Raglan




For Sale: AUCTION - 19th January 2018 Open Home Sat & Sun 1pm

Julie Hanna 027 441 8964

• • • •

Immaculate 2 bedroom home with water views Bonus single room sleep-out Pre-Auction offers considered Just move in!

596a Wainui Rd, Raglan


Luxury living with captivating and unobstructed views of the ocean and surf. Exceptional 6 bedroom multi-level living. Media Room - audio wired throughout. Double Garage. Concentrate on what you love - it is all here!

Open Homes:


For Sale: By Negotiation

• New 3 bedroom home with double garage and internal access • Open plan living with sun-soaked deck and harbour views • Easy walk to safe swimming, kayaking, etc Blair Hanna 021 0200 8282




For Sale by Negotiation Open Home: Sun 11am Contact: Julie Hanna - 027 441 8964 Blair Hanna - 021 0200 8282

17a Smith Street

Contact: Julie Hanna - 027 441 8964 Blair Hanna - 021 0200 8282


• Sitting on the dock of the bay... watching the tide roll away! • This flat, 623m² section is nestled amongst mature trees - Pohutukawa, Ponga, flaxes and a big old apple tree. • Privately located with the Kaitoke Bay esplanade adjoining the property. • Don't hesitate, phone for an Contact: appointment to view! Julie Hanna:

By Negotiation.

Saturday 9th December 11am - 17 Simon Road 12pm - 9 Calvert Road 12pm - 2c Puka Place 1pm - 1 Lily Street 1pm - 41a Norrie Avenue

Open Home: Sun 1pm

49a Norrie Avenue

• Looking for an ideal section to build your dream home, then this piece of paradise is for you! • Situated on 469sqm only minutes from town and on the very popular Norrie Avenue. • Great views of the harbour and Mount Karioi with easy access to the beautiful Contact: Kaitoke walking track. • Phone Blair or Julie to view today! Julie Hanna:

027 441 8964 Blair Hanna: 021 0200 8282

Saturday 9th December 1pm - 19 Calvert Road 2pm - 62 Government Road

For Sale: $350,000

027 441 8964 Blair Hanna: 021 0200 8282

Sunday 10th December 11am - 596a Wainui Road 12pm - 2c Puka Place 1pm - 41a Norrie Avenue 1pm - 10 Mahana Place 2pm - 62 Government Road

21 Bow St, Raglan Phone: 07 825 8669 Fax: 07 825 7410 Website: Email: Raglan Real Estate Ltd Licensed (REAA 2008)

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