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EVERY DAY COOKBOOK

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A chat with food writer Emma Galloway about her new cookbook.

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FE ATUR E EMMA G A L L O WA Y ' S NEW COOKBOOK

EVERY DAY BY EM M A GA LLOWAY L O C A L F O O D W R I T E R E M M A G A L L O WA Y C H A T S T O T H E L O C A L R A G A B O U T H E R N E W C O O K B O O K , E V E RY DAY.

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rofessionally trained chef and local food guru Emma Galloway published her first cookbook My Darling Lemon Thyme in April 2014 and her second book A Year In my Real Food Kitchen was published April 2016. Emma now has her third cookbook Every Day on the shelves and the Local Rag caught up with Emma to hear about her food journey so far. What year did you start your blog? What inspired the blog? I started mydarlinglemonthyme.com in July 2010, back when there were only a small handful of food bloggers here in NZ and most people had no idea what a blog was (crazy to think of nowadays with everyone writing a blog of some sort). I was inspired to start it after coming across US food blogger and author Heidi Swanson. I had borrowed her first cookbook from the Raglan library and it was after I’d poured over her site that it occurred to me that this was a way in which I too could share my crazy obsession with food. I had no idea what I was doing to begin with (it was only family and friends reading it in those first few weeks and months) but over time I taught myself how to style and photograph my recipes, which I shared weekly back then. 3 years later I began writing, styling and photographing my first cookbook.

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In April you launched My Darling Lemon Thyme, Every Day. How long had you worked on the book and in what time period?

Can you describe the creative process to produce the recipes? What does a typical day look like for you when you are working on a book?

I wrote, tested and re-tested recipes, styled and photographed the book in 6 months, starting in January 2020. A large portion of the book was created during level four lockdown and while I already had a pretty clear idea of what I wanted this book to be, the situation we all found ourselves in definitely reinforced those ideas.

I feel like I possibly don’t approach book writing in the most efficient way, often re-doing work over and over until I’m happy with it! But my rough creative process begins with jotting down chapter ideas, so I have an idea of the overall layout and feel. Then within each chapter I brainstorm recipe ideas, many of which go no further than that initial stage (for all sorts of different reasons such as the flavours actually just didn’t work like I thought they would in my head, or for this book, if recipes ended up taking too long to make, or required fiddly steps or trips to speciality food stores to source ingredients, they got the cut). I then write down a rough ingredients list and method I plan to follow when recipe testing. Next I test. If I’m happy with it, I will test once or twice more to make sure before I style and photograph it. If I’m not 100% happy with the recipe, I’ll decide at that point if it has potential, in which case I will tweak and test the recipe until I’m happy, or I discard that idea and move onto the next. In a lot of ways it’s really full on doing the job of 3-5 people myself with the recipe writing, styling, photography and editing, but in lots of other ways it’s so much easier (and it’s the only way I know) as I can just cook and shoot each recipe as I work through the book.

Is there a particular theme of the publication? This book focuses on everyday recipes, as the title suggests. They’re recipes that use everyday ingredients to create nourishing, achievable and flavour-packed meals that just happen to be vegetarian, gluten-free and largely dairy-free because that’s how I eat. The book spans the entire day, from Breakfast ideas, Junk-free Snacks and Baking, to not one, but three chapters on easy everyday dinner ideas and of course, a few quick and easy dessert recipes to finish off with. I’ve also shared tons of ideas on Waste-free Cooking, giving tips and tricks I use in my own kitchen to lessen food waste and cook smarter. Dotted throughout my everyday recipes, you’ll also find my base or ‘anything’ recipes, that encourage the reader to use whatever ingredients are in the kitchen, garden or in season.


Authors who don’t take the photos generally have a 1-2 week period where they have to cook all the recipes for the photographer to shoot, which sounds super stressful to me!

my ideas. I think, well I hope, that this translates to a super user-friendly, honest and realistic cookbook, that people will use all the time in their everyday lives.

How does your ongoing blog work with/influence the book?

What is happening for you for the remainder of 2021? How do you go about promoting your new book?

Having my blog (and presence on social media) provides immediate feedback as well as dialogue with readers, which definitely helps to influence what I share in my books. It was all the messages and emails I’ve received over the years from people struggling to provide quick, nourishing and tasty recipes for themselves and their families that was one of the main pushes to create this new book. You grew up in Whaingaroa Emma. How do you think this has influenced you and your work? My upbringing here in Whaingaroa, surrounded by nature and with parents who grew most of what we ate on our large organic property on Hills Rd is where my love for good food, gardening and cooking stems from, 100%. Is your family involved in the process? Only in the eating side of things! And the occasional hand modelling for photos, although they all hate doing that, so I have to be adaptable and work with whoever is the least resistant on the day, lol. And what about the creative aspect of pulling the book together. Your images are beautiful. Who helps you? Thank you. I take all the photos myself. As a self-taught photographer this is the part of the process I feel least confident about. I try not to over complicate things, especially with my styling, one: because I simply don’t have the luxury of time when it’s only me doing everything, and two: because I want the food to be presented how the reader would see it when they make it. I purposely left off garnishes and simply photographed the plate or bowl of food as I would serve it up at home. I know most people aren’t going to go out and buy different herbs or whatever, just to sprinkle on top. Sure, it’s delicious, but if you don’t have it, it’s not going to wreck the recipe, you know?  2020 was obviously a disrupted year. What effect did it have on your plans and creativity? Yeah I definitely didn’t envisage having to write a good chunk of this book with my family all at home, every day and being unable to stop by the supermarket every morning to pick up supplies for the day, which is what I’d usually do while writing my books. But as I mentioned before, I think this only benefited this book. It forced me to consider each and every ingredient and process for each recipe and I was constantly simplifying and streamlining

I’ve had a couple of book launches, both here in Raglan and at Little Bird in Auckland which were both super successful, awesome, exhausting and lots of fun. Mostly promotion is done online and via magazines, newspapers and social media, but I am also hoping to organise a couple of cooking classes around the country later this year too, to share my book and also just experience that kind of in-person magic that simply can’t happen online. What do you do for interest and learning away from the kitchen? I spend a lot of time in my garden, both growing vegetables to feed my family and more recently trying my hand at growing a few flowers to cut, which I’m totally obsessed with. I’m also often found walking between Wainamu and Ngarunui beaches, usually listening to a podcast or daydreaming about life. I’m sure you have some people to acknowledge and thank for a project like this… Yeah for sure. I create my books at home, often with only my cat (or kids) by my side, but while the creating side of things is a solo affair, of course I have a team of supporters behind the scenes, cheering me on. I couldn’t be more grateful for each and every one of them. Firstly to my husband Si and kids, Ada and Kye, who are the most honest food critics I know and great, albeit reluctant, hand models. Rachel + Greg for looking after Ada as often as they did while I was busy working on this book, and to my sister Jess for often having Kye. My friends, whose love and support is always there. Molly McCabe from Honey Studios for making the little promo videos we’ve shared online and my friend Lottie Hedley for the photos she took of me in the garden, which have been used for promotion as well. My publishers Harper Collins, who I’ve worked with on all three books. My family + friends here in Raglan and around the world and our awesome Raglan community, for always being so damn supportive of everything I do. Ngā mihi mahana ki a koutou katoa. My book can be found throughout NZ, where ever cookbooks are sold. Signed copies can also be purchased direct from me via my site mydarlinglemonthyme. com. You can find me at @ mydarlinglemonthyme on Instagram and Facebook and you can sign up to my monthly newsletter via my site also, in which I plan to share exclusive recipes real soon.

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R AGL A N A LE A DER IN ORGA NIC PRODUCE FOR DEC A DES NOW BY EDITH SY MES M O V E R S A N D S H A P E R S : A S E R I E S O N WA Y S R A G L A N R E I N V E N T E D I T S E L F F RO M T H E S L E E P Y S E A S I D E TOW N O F T H E S E V E N T I E S .

Kaiwaka and Lyn at home in their herb garden.

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rganic growth’s a term businesses toss about seemingly willy-nilly these days but for Raglan it’s long been a real thing, with an enterprising local couple having planted and grown commercially Whaingaroa’s very own line of organic produce from just before the new millennium. In fact Kaiwhenua Organics – which began small back in the late 1990s, selling from the garden gate at Whale Bay – went on to become the biggest producer of organic veggies in the Waikato. It’s gone now, a victim of recent circumstances beyond its control, but Raglan continues to be a force in organic produce thanks largely now to the flourishing Soul Food Farm five minutes out of town alongside the Raglan to Hamilton highway. Despite regretfully wrapping up Kaiwhenua Organics only last year because of the Covid-19 lockdown and wider family pressure to put the land to other uses, Kaiwaka Riki and his wife Lyn are proud to have helped lead the way in

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turning organics into a household word here. The pair, after starting out as beneficiaries wanting simply to grow their own kai, instead succeeded in spades in what might be called a truly ground-breaking venture: they were not only growers and sellers for 21 years all up but along the way inspired hundreds of others to garden organically in their own backyards. “It was our passion,” Lyn recalls of a venture that earned Raglan national exposure through the likes of TVNZ’s ‘Country Calendar’ and Maori TV’s ‘Kai Time’. There was also the publication six years ago of a book entitled Kaiwhenua Organics, after their charitable trust of the same name. Lyn recalls the how-to book as just another avenue to “pass on our knowledge” – a practical guide detailing their tried-and-true organic practices, which closely followed Maori tradition. Kaiwaka laughs now at how a chance meeting with local Vinnies owner and chef Colin Chung – “a good mate of

mine” – first set them on the pathway to commercial success. “I will buy whatever you can give us,” Colin told Kaiwaka back in 1999 as he spied him about town handing out his home-grown veges. So the couple got to work in earnest, rehabilitating eight hectares of ancestral land on which Kaiwaka remembers his grandfather growing potatoes. True to his word, Colin bought up large for what was then Raglan’s first real cafe. As Kaiwaka remembers it, “we’d make $10,000 a month out of (selling to) Colin”. Kaiwhenua Organics grew from there to supplying the Four Square supermarket – better known then simply as Petchell’s – followed by various new cafes and more recently SuperValue Raglan as Whaingaroa developed from sleepy seaside town to vibrant ecoconscious community. Kaiwhenua was only the second market garden in New Zealand to be certified (in the early 2000s) by Te Waka Kai Ora, the national Maori organics authority of Aotearoa. As such it also became a focal point for agencies like


Kylie and Eddie take a break on harvest day. Ama Poutama Aotearoa or the Department of Corrections, which sent youth workers to learn gardening alongside Lyn and Kaiwaka.

At times Kaiwaka and Lyn, besides their retail deliveries, were distributing up to 40 veggie boxes a week to Raglan households.

“We worked with Corrections for 15 years,” Lyn explains of the PD (periodic detention) workers, most of whom never returned or reoffended and ultimately ended up doing gardens themselves.

Then three years ago came new kids on the block Kylie and Eddie Robinson who took a gamble and, as Soul Food Farm, began growing organic produce at Okete. Within six months their first bags of fresh greens were on the shelves at The Herbal Dispensary.

explains. They’re taken up with preparing and

Soon they were also supplying The Shack and Wallis Bistro (now ULO’s Kitchen) with earth-to-table salad vegetables and herbs, and from there the start-up went from strength to strength.

along with one or two new ones. “We just need

The couple also delivered regular Wintec courses on site – specifically designed at Kaiwhenua to get Maori utilising their own land and natural resources – for students completing levels two and three in organic horticulture. “We helped a lot of people,” Lynne says matter-of-factly, still grateful for the support of their local customers. The pair of them also travelled over the years to various marae and kohanga reo – typically with a van-load or two of seedlings and raised beds to give away – in their efforts to get community gardens started and as many people as possible growing organically.

The Covid lockdown a year ago, however, suddenly left Kylie and Eddie with no businesses to sell to … so they changed tack and started their own website from which to take orders and begin home deliveries. Months later they moved Soul Food Farm from its leased plot in Okete Rd to a “perfect” flat property alongside SH23..

There, they have a full three hectares of workable land to keep them busy. “Mondays are our big harvest days,” Kylie packing fresh veggie boxes, then loading up the website ready for online orders which she delivers on Tuesdays and Fridays. The original cafes are now back on board, more (customers) to buy off the website now,” she says, “and we’re also looking at getting a couple of retail outlets in town.” Kylie and Eddie are convinced the “locality and the localism of our food” is the key, rather than having to truck their organic produce over the divvy. Kaiwhenua Organics may be no more but Raglan retains quite a reputation as a supplier of fresh organic produce and a place where it’s easy to eat healthily.

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FE ATUR E R A G L A N A RT TO WEAR RETURNS FOR 2021

A RT TO WE A R BR INGS THE I M AGINED WOR LD TO THE C AT WA LK B Y J A N I N E J AC K S O N

Award winning creations from Art to Wear 2010.

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aglan Art to Wear is ready to wow audience once again in a catwalk extravaganza at the Raglan Town Hall. All entrants will present their piece to a live audience on Saturday, June 5 at 2pm, Saturday, June 5 at 7pm with the adult awards presentation, and Sunday, June 6 at 2pm with the children’s awards presentation. Event organiser Jean Carbon says the popularity of the biennial show has increased since its inception 20 years ago and she is always blown away by the creativity of the entrants. “The costumes have really developed over the years,” she says. The idea for the competition came to life from a conversation between well-known textile artist Yanny Split and Jean after a Susan Flight summer school Shiibori tiedye workshop in 1996.

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“We had a fashion parade after the workshop and she (Yanny) said this is yours now to take and grow,” Jean says. Jean was working as a fabric technology teacher in Hamilton at the time and she set a design challenge every year for her students to enter various fashion competitions running at the time. After completing a fashion degree in 2000, Jean began gathering a team of keen creatives to help get the inaugural show up-and-running. It was an easy transition for Jean to take what she knew already as a fabric teacher and fashion designer, and begin developing a Raglan Art to Wear competition. With the help of Patti Mitchley, Margot Gillard and Penny Knuiman the first show came to life in 2000. Jean says many of the local talent have come back time and time again, with many starting in kindergarten and continuing into adulthood.

“I bumped into Amber Hood in Wellington and she started when she was at Matapihi. She’s now studying architecture and she said how much she loved doing the show and wished she still could.” The show has inspired all ages from the youngsters at kindy to the elder generation at Raglan Trust Hospital who also entered one year. “Some amazing groups have got together to create some amazing outfits,” Jean says. The organising team have a great time coming up with the different categories for each new show and are especially enthralled by how the entrants interpret the brief. “People who have been doing it for a while will grasp a theme and stretch it further than we could ever have imagined,” Jean says. This year the themes include Colour Spice of Life, Lost at Sea, Art to Life, Carbon Neutral –

Kaitiakitanga and It’s in the Bag mystery box. Jean reckons sometimes it’s the simplest designs that are the most effective and the five weeks it takes to pull a mystery box design together can be a winning formula for some. In 2018, Annick Faubert and Candide Lecourtois took out the Supreme Award with their quickfire, mystery box entry. It’s not too late to get your entries in for this year's event - deadline is Friday May, 21. Pick up your entry forms at the Old School Arts Centre Monday to Friday from 10am-2pm or download at www.raglanartscentre.co.nz/ raglan-art-to-wear-biennial/ Purchase audience tickets at the Raglan Old School Arts Centre, Stewart St on Tuesday, May 25 for first release and Saturday, May 29 for second release tickets.


‘TR A DIE L A DIES’ BUSY BUILDING C A R EERS ON SITES A BOUT TOWN BY EDITH SY MES

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hey’re kick-boxing buddies but that’s not the only way they’re striking a blow. Tia Ngarimu and Sheryn Mills are also Raglan builders’ apprentices – donning tool belts each day and working on site alongside the men. “This is the best job I’ve ever had,” Tia told the Chronicle, having pretty much done cafe and cleaning work before Carl Thomas of Chops Contracting Ltd took her on six months ago. “It’s way better working outside,” added the 19 year old. And she’s unfazed at being a lone female amid the blokes and lads, pointing out that “I do pighunting and surfing so I’m used to it”. Carl reckons all the “subbies” (subcontractors) rave about how good Tia is, and not because she’s female but because she’s all go. “Tia doesn’t stop working.” Likewise, Matt Russell of Dovetail Carpentry is happy to have Sheryn on the job. Although female builders are few and far between, he says, they bring a different energy to the worksite. “It’s good to see things changing.” The two “tradie ladies”, as they’ve been dubbed, met at Raglan’s twiceweekly kick-boxing classes downtown and are now firm friends. Sheryn’s currently working on a “nifty” build off Government Rd that features “really nice exposed trusses” made by local furniture designer Markus Kunath of Crafty Cuts, while Tia’s on her first house build – a large yurt with a central skydome – taking shape down the far end of Point St. She’s previously worked on decks and retaining walls at typically steep sites demanding lots of fetch-and-carry type physicality, lugging tools and pallets up and down multiple times a day. “I got fit as,” she laughs. Tia finds working on the yurt especially interesting even though she’s “never done a normal square house”. The yurt’s really complicated, she says, with a sub-frame that looks like a spider’s web and requires fine attention to detail to bring it together. She’s fascinated to see how it all goes up. But the yurt’s actually a first for everyone on site, so her workmates reckon she’ll think normal builds are easy after this. Tia’s father is a builder and roofer in Whitianga, from which she left to do year 13 at Raglan Surfing Academy. “Me and my Dad can build a house (together) one day,” she dreams, marvelling at how

the past half-year’s work has changed her perspective on roofs, decks, the whole shebang. “You learn such a lot (on site),” says the gutsy teen, who’s just started doing the theory side of things through the Wintec apprenticeship programme. Sheryn, by contrast, is now three years into her apprenticeship. She has another year or so to go although reckons it might be quicker “if I work my arse off”. But she’s already a busy lady. At 27 Sheryn’s not only mum to two girls, aged 10 and four, but also the sole breadwinner at the moment while her partner does further study. Throw in a few extra tasks like the Apprentice Challenge for carpenters she did in Hamilton one full-on Saturday last month, or the local tool library’s Wahine Workshop she all but ran single-handedly another Saturday back in February, and there’s hardly a minute to spare. Sheryn dreams of one day building their own tiny house, which is why carpentry is her chosen trade. She reckons her boss Matt’s also been very supportive over the past two years in terms of “life things, kid things”. “Maybe it’s the Raglan vibe,” Sheryn says, but it wasn’t quite so comfortable on the job previously in Hamilton, where she felt a bit undermined.

Carl (boss) with Tia.

She admits that, as a woman working in a predominantly man’s world, you need to have tough skin. On the plus side however, she’s “grown” so much through her work. “Every day is challenging and takes a lot of strength, physical and mental,” she explains. And you’ve got to take care of your body, she reckons. “I do stretches and yoga.” Along with working as part of a team, Sheryn really likes the problem-solving side of building: for example, how to incorporate the old roof of the current build into the new roof. The end result can be very satisfying, she says.

Sheryn Mills.

It’s also satisfying when she can put her new skills to use at home. Her oldest daughter recently drew up plans for a new chicken coop on the family’s Maungatawhiri Rd lifestyle block, and the four of them spent Easter weekend building the enclosure to the youngster’s design. “I’m aware that I’m pushing myself (combining a very physical job and motherhood),” says Sheryn. “But ultimately it’s motivation for the girls to take their own initiative.”

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treme Zero Waste Ltd has launched an exciting new project looking at construction and demolition waste in Raglan. Construction and Demolition makes up 50% of waste to landfill in Aotearoa, 95% of which could be reused or recycled. The team; Emma Martin, Rick Thorpe and Ian Mayes, Eco Building Advisor are working with local tradies, landowners and designers to rethink and reduce construction waste. “We hope to continue this conversation that many tradies are already having, and to support zero waste ambition with further containment systems and education.” Emma says. “We are running a series of workshops, audits of local building and demolition sites, waste stream research, and are producing a brochure with advice for the local building community”. Xtreme continues to refer to the Waste Hierarchy where Reduce and Reuse are steps above Recycle. In construction world this means: rethinking design, refusing non-recyclable materials, reducing the amount of materials on site, reusing over supply and offcuts and as a last option disposing of waste to appropriate disposal streams. The next workshop is on May 6th from 6pm at XZW. Come and join the conversation! A third workshop in the community will be in June – follow XZW on Facebook @Xtremezerowaste for updates. For more information, please contact Emma at emma@xtremezerowaste.org.nz This project has been made possible with support from Waikato Regional Council and Rangitahi Ltd.


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HER BA L DISPENSA RY: FINDING A ND TR E ATING THE ROOT C AUSE

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s naturopaths we aim to identify and treat the cause rather than treating your illness, we try to find what is underlying and remove any barriers that are preventing you from being well. Naturopaths use different methods to obtain this, a comprehensive health screening with questionnaires is often the basis and then they may use tools such as functional testing to try and pinpoint exactly what is going on. What is functional testing? The western medical establishment is disease-oriented, while the naturopathic model is wellness-oriented. When your traditional physician runs standard blood work, they are looking for an already established disease process e.g: hypothyroidism, high cholesterol, cancers, diabetes etc. The trouble with this is that many people might not have an actual disease, though they are still experiencing chronic symptoms already. Functional medicine lab testing aims to prevent disease before it happens by assessing patterns of imbalance that, without intervention, will end up yielding chronic disease. It looks between the lines. It assesses patterns of imbalance that can cause troublesome symptoms but has not become a ‘disease state’ yet. Not everyone needs to do a functional test though to improve their health. Some health problems are easy to understand and treat the cause, while others are not so straight forward

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For example, a person can present with ongoing fatigue, lethargy, low concentration, mood issues, indigestion, nausea, gut issues. They may have already been to their doctor and had some standard blood tests and they have come back ‘normal’. They may have tried taking various natural health supplements for mood, energy and stress etc. but still find themselves in the same situation. They go to a naturopath who looks at the underlying cause. What could it be? Yeast overgrowth? Gut bacterial overgrowth? Parasites? Neurotransmitter issues? Low grade infection? Hormonal issues? Inflammation? Chemical toxicity? Mitochondrial dysfunction? This is where testing can give us a better idea of where to start. After a comprehensive health assessment, a naturopath may suggest a functional test which evaluates either blood, stool, urine or breath for specific biochemical markers. These are the top 5 functional tests that we use in the Raglan Herbal Dispensary clinic: • OAT (organic acid test). This tests for mitochondrial function, it is a metabolic snapshot of the body. It provides accurate evaluation of intestinal yeast and bacteria which can be associated with hyperactivity, fatigue and immune function. It also includes markers for vitamin and mineral levels, oxidative stress, neurotransmitter levels and oxalates, which are highly correlated with many chronic illnesses.

• DUTCH test (Dried urine test for comprehensive hormones) The most advanced and comprehensive testing for an overall hormonal health picture including adrenal, sleep and sex hormones and their metabolites. An excellent health assessment for complex hormonal conditions • GI 360: A stool test that tests for parasites, yeasts, viruses, digestive enzymes, inflammation, immunity within the gut plus microbial abundance (the balance of the bacteria that live in our gut) • Food Antigen testing: A blood draw that tests your antibodies against 88 different foods to determine food allergies, intolerances and inflammation caused by a substance. • SIBO (small intestinal bacterial overgrowth) test. This is a breath test that can determine whether SIBO is present. SIBO is believed to be in 70% of people that suffer from IBS. At the Raglan Herbal Dispensary we have 3 fully qualified naturopaths that are experienced in functional testing. Functional testing requires a naturopathic consultation to ensure that the right test is selected and then consequently you receive the best treatment plan for you. We offer naturopathic consultations both instore and online. Get in touch to find out more!


WHY WE YOGA?

WO R D S K AT I E L O W E S - I G @ T H E L I T T L E R O S I E S P I C T U R E S N A M I H A M P E - I G @ N A M I _ C R E AT I V E

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oga dates back to pre-Vedic Indian traditions and is now a global phenomenon. The question is: Why do we Yoga?

I spoke to Anna March, CoFounder of Raglan Yoga Loft, and asked her what aspect of Yoga practice she felt most drawn to. Anna suggests that beginner yoga speaks to the body, “As you progress Yoga stills the mind and becomes nourishment for the whole body, mind and soul, with them being inseparable”. It was injury that brought Diane Davies to Yoga, “At my first class I wanted to kill the teacher, I felt so unfit. I wanted to kill her so badly I went to see her more and more regularly.” Diane is now a Yoga teacher and is interested in weaving her former life as a counsellor with her yoga teaching. Another fascinating element about Yoga is that Yogi’s tend to have many years under their belt. It doesn’t seem to be something one gives up. Jocelyn-Rochelle Stewart, a teacher at The Loft Collective has been practicing Yoga for over twenty years, “Honing, it’s all about honing. The more I am yearning for the physical the more I am yearning for the spiritual, mudra, and devotional singing.” There seems to be no shelf-life on Yoga, in fact Yoga has been found to improve emotional wellness and exhaustion levels amongst elderly. Anna admits that Yoga teachers

don’t always know what’s best for everyone in the class. A problem she has identified is an East meets West expectation. For example, postures for one body type might not be ideal for another. In this light, the progression of the study of biomechanics is a useful avenue for understanding Yoga. Social scientists around the globe are becoming involved in quantifying the experience of Yoga as a therapy. However, Anna offers a simple approach we can all learn from, “listening to the wisdom of our body”, otherwise known as somatic flow, or Embodied Flow. I am a child & teen yoga teacher and an Early Childhood Teacher. Last year, during the Covid19 hygiene restrictions, with toys being sanitized and resources deemed unsafe, we found Yoga was our Base Camp. No resources were needed, we practiced indoors, outdoors, at our chairs! I found myself delivering yoga classes three times a day. All of us, students and teachers were able to escape reality, enter into the world of imagination whilst engaging our body in challenging postures. After this came Shavasana, a blessing, quietening of the classroom, quietening of the mind. I had anticipated these yoga classes to meet the needs of my 5year old students. However, I was wrong, it was the 3year olds that truly loved this time and would remain ‘on the mat’ for the duration. Yoga teachers are always learning, Yoga is always

evolving, yet the activity in essence has our species coming back for more, Century after Century. Reflecting on my own Yoga journey, I asked Diane if she felt that Yoga would have been beneficial as a teenager, “Yes, P.E. at school was always about doing something, however, with Yoga there is another possibility. Yoga provides a beautiful space where it’s not all about devices, you can forget about that.” I concur, as an adult who attends class, the switching off from my devices is a simple yet powerful first step in reaping the benefits of Yoga. Anna added to this reminding, “Yoga is about being comfortable in our own body. Breathing, reducing anger, noticing others. Noticing that others support you. That we mutually support each other. That everything is one. These things speak quite specifically to what teenagers deal with.” To reflect this, Raglan Yoga Loft offers reduced rates to children and teens. Anna admits that the monetizing of yoga is a challenge, and therefore reduced rates for young people is one way of accounting for this. Raglan is home to a plethora of sports people; bikers, hikers, surfers, sailors, skaters, Yogi’s, team-players, Pilatesers, dancers and climbers. Yoga is a discipline that connects many of these active pockets of people. The distribution of Raglan’s population to sports related activities is huge. But could we have more? Yes, why not, evidence proves we could all be reaping the benefits of Yoga. I asked Jocelyn if she had experienced any particularly strong relationships through Yoga, she replied, “Yes, but they probably don’t even know I exist, other teachers have given me so much”. This sentiment I connect with, it is difficult to give thanks to all of those who inspired me. I will never forget the brilliant rainy Wednesday night drop-in class in a surf village in Cornwall. Also, the Yoga for disabled class I went to, when I thought it was a pre-natal class. It is in these moments of trying something new that I have found gems of wisdom, kindness, and skill, shared by other teachers. Jocelyn also suggested that, “Yoga opens you up to meeting your tribe, if you have that yearning or curiosity within you.” It is impossible to separate out the variables of socialising, exercising, unplugging or meditation, to find what aspect of Yoga is so powerful in improving wellbeing. Dr Cabral and his team found that Yoga was effective as a less toxic adjunct treatment for severe mental illness. Iyengar yoga was shown to be a successful therapy for chronic lower back pain by Dr Williams and his team just two years prior. In 2020 a plethora of peer-reviewed medical papers were published sharing statistically significant findings of the effectiveness of yoga. So the question perhaps is not Why do we Yoga, instead, it’s Why Not?

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AROMATHERAPY

Diane Davies Massage & Aromatherapy... .............. ....................................................021 969 929 web:.......................................www.ddma.co.nz

BODY THERAPY

Fusion Body Therapies, Mobile therapy, hot stones, remedial, kahuna Contact Jo ................0210506346 fusionbody.co.nz

HERBAL HEALTH

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

HOMEOPATHY

Janis Beet Homeopath.....................07 825 8004

MASSAGE

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YOGA

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THE CHILLS A N D B ITTER D E FE AT

B I T T E R D E F E AT O N T O U R W I T H N Z L E G E N D S T H E C H I L L S

Brooklyn, NYC-based The Big Takeover magazine and receiving much-coveted airplay on BBC Radio in the UK. Bitter Defeat has already played a string of shows with some notable acts - the likes of The Bats, Hamish Kilgour of The Clean, Princess Chelsea and John Davis of Folk Implosion. Inspired by Flying Nun bands of the 80s and 90s, and US alt-rock bands such as Pavement and Guided By Voices, Bitter Defeat has a blistering fuzzed-out twin guitar attack with a Casiotone drone that has left audiences open-mouthed.

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amilton based indie-rock band Bitter Defeat is preparing to support NZ legends The Chills on the final leg of their tour with shows in Gisborne, Mount Maunganui and Raglan. The up-and-coming five-piece released their debut EP ‘Minor Victory’ on Gravel Streak Records in February this year to significant critical acclaim, featuring in

Bitter Defeat’s main songwriter Rob Shirlow says supporting The Chills is an exciting next step for the band. ‘We cannot wait for these shows. The Chills are an iconic NZ band, and Martin (Phillipps, The Chills songwriter) is an absolute genius, it really will be an honour to play with them.’ Shirlow went on, ‘We’ve had a great time so far, playing shows with people who we look up to such as Paul Kean of The Bats and Hamish Kilgour of The Clean. These guys have seen and done it all in NZ and they gave us incredible feedback which really gave us a huge amount of encouragement

and confidence. More and more people seem to be finding us, not just here but even in the UK and Brooklyn, it’s just really exciting.’ Shirlow continued, ‘We are ready to go. Our songs are ready for more people to hear them, and to be doing it in some amazing venues and towns with such a legendary band is fantastic. This feels like the right next step for us – to play on bigger stages to more and more people. We’re going to enjoy ourselves for sure, and we think the audience will too. If you’re coming along to the shows get in early!’ Check out Bitter Defeat’s ‘Minor Victory’ available to buy on CD or download from Bandcamp at https://bitterdefeat. bandcamp.com/ and streams in all the usual places. Bitter Defeat plays with The Chills at Raglan Town Hall on May 15th. The Local Rag has a double pass to give away to The Chills May 15 show at the Town Hall, email info@raglanchronicle.co.nz with the subject line ‘The Chills’ with your name and contact number to go in the draw.

L A ST DA NCE FOR K A R IOI CL A SSIC

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ll good things come to an end. This year's 12th edition of Raglan's iconic cycling event around Mt Karioi will be our final edition.

The race also brought some welcome relief for local businesses in the quiet winter time.

From the first race back in 2009 with the

Financial support, finding volunteers, busier roads, busier lives, health & safety,... these are just a few to deal with on a yearly basis.

yellow house bus serving as registration office to last year's most challenging one with Covid19 as main disruptor, it has been quite a journey. The event has grown steadily from just under 200 to almost 500 competitors and was one of the first original gravel cycling events to kick off in the country. 14 | Raglan Chronicle Magazine Issue May 2021

But every year, we are facing increasing challenges to run the event.

So, we decided to end on a good note, we never had a major incident over all these years, and... we are avoiding “lucky” number 13. Besides our usual winners trophies, there will be a few special awards presented to a bunch of very loyal competitors.

Kaiwaka Kitchen and Workshop Brewery will be offering food and a craft beer at the prizegiving ceremony, so we can have a proper celebration of a special era. So if you would like to be part of our last dance, then sign up one more time, either for the 50km or for the challenging 85km. We specifically call on all wahine on bikes we would like to see more female riders than male riders at the start. Register online at www.karioiclassic.org.nz or register at Cyclery Raglan. Karioi Classic, Sunday 25th July. Lisa and Dirk


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Heart & Soul Enjoy the warmth of timber and epic stained glass features, in this classic Raglan beauty. It feels like a true original, perfectly capturing the vibe of this west coast surf town. Greeted by a cute, cobbled courtyard and raised garden beds - it will quickly capture your heart. From the moment you step inside you will feel like you've arrived home. Character-filled, natural timber finishes feature throughout and light filters in through stained-glass windows adding to the sense of warmth and ambience.

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Invoking a sense of yesteryear, this grand old dame features high ceilings and polished native timber flooring throughout imbuing a rich warmth into this stunning property.

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Light, airy and tastefully decorated throughout, this spacious home boasts five dreamy bedrooms and two bathrooms.

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Situated on a 921sqm corner site, with dual access, the hard work has been done with a recently painted exterior, rewiring and replumbing. Don’t delay in viewing!

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RAGLAN 420 Phillips Road RAGLAN 420 Phillips Road Beach Lifestyle Raglan

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This magnificent 5 bedroom executive home sprawls over a huge 225sqm. It is set on 5.3575ha, with expansive views overlooking beautiful $1.049M GST Inclusive VIEW As Advertised or by Appointment This magnificent 5 bedroom executive home sprawlscountryside over a hugeand 225sqm. It is waves set on on 5.3575ha, with expansive overlooking secluded breaking Schnackenburg Beach. views A fantastic lifestylebeautiful is on offer here, and what's more it's seriously for sale. VIEW As Advertised by Appointment secluded countryside and breaking waves on Beach. A fantastic lifestyle onspectacular offer here, and what's seriously sale. built in 2010 and provides year or TheSchnackenburg house is well appointed, with all day sun is and views from more everyit's room. It wasfor purpose round The house is well appointed, with all day sun and spectacular views from every room. It wasand purpose builtincluding, in 2010 and provides yearfull round comfort and efficiency utilising quality materials features double glazing, insulation, an HRV system & wet back fireplace. The comfort and efficiency utilising quality materials and features including, double glazing, full insulation, an HRV system back fireplace. The for entertaining. Offering five double kitchen and living areas are spacious and filled with light. Bi-fold doors lead&towet a generous deck, ideal kitchen and living areas are spacious and filled with light. Bi-fold doors lead to a generous deck,master ideal for entertaining. five double bedrooms all with wardrobes, including a generous with ensuite andOffering walk-in-robe. There is also an office and internal access double bedrooms all with wardrobes, including a generous withthe ensuite walk-in-robe. is also an office andlifestyle internalproperty access double garage tomaster complete home.and One of the most There charming features of this is the Kahikatea Log Cabin ... it is full of rustic charm! garage to complete the home. One of the most charming of this lifestyle property is the Kahikatea Log Cabin it is toilet, full of laundry, rustic charm! Beside it standsfeatures a large 100sqm consented implement shed, complete with...flush shower and claw foot bath. The possibility for Beside it stands a large 100sqm consented additional implementincome shed, complete presents with itselfflush here.toilet, laundry, shower and claw foot bath. The possibility for additional income presents itself here. Take the next step towards living the lifestyle you've always dreamed of - Call Jono today! Jono Hutson Take the next step towards living the lifestyle you've always dreamed of - Call Jono today! Jono Hutson

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RAGLAN 4 Snowden Place Privacy + Location Enjoy family living at it’s finest, with this superb threebedroom, two bathroom + study home. Only a short stroll from town, the privacy of this well located two-storey home will appeal to many. The layout offers different zones for relaxing, entertaining and enjoying family life. Set on a magical 846sqm freehold section, it’s a veritable playground for young and old, with tree houses, huts, meandering paths + more. Call Jono for more information – 021488766

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If you are thinking of selling, please give me a call

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Come home to the beauty of Mt Karioi, stunning sunsets over the Tasman Sea and the serenity of the never ending night sky. You won’t want to leave as this exceptional cedar clad home on 1.5 acres will lift your spirit. Architect designed with elegance and style this home captures all day sun and the serene vista. home The open plan livingofarea with designer scullery is a space family gatherings and entertaining. Come to the beauty Mt Karioi, stunningkitchen sunsets&over the Tasman Seafor and the serenity of the never ending night sky. You won’t want to leave as 12.05.2021 @ 12pm rregnier.raglan@ljhooker.co.nz During the winter months the gas fire exudes warmth over the American oak flooring with underfloor heating 2 of captures the 3 bathrooms. Relax the master this exceptional cedar clad home on 1.5 acres will lift your spirit. Architect designed with elegance and style thisin home all day sun andinthe serene Robbie Regnier 021 952 271 bedroom with walk in wardrobe and a stunning ensuite with views over the ocean to soak up while in the bath. ljhooker.co.nz/ 38QHFG vista. The open plan living area with designer kitchen & scullery is a space for family gatherings and entertaining.The 3rd bedroom has its own private deck, rregnier.raglan@ljhooker.co.nz During ensuitethe and entrance as itthe is currently used as a BnBover for extra income. All bedrooms have country,heating bush and leading onto and massive winter months gas fire exudes warmth the American oak3flooring with underfloor in 2ocean of theviews 3 bathrooms. Relaxaindeck the master lawn. Work from in the separate office. The double single garage provides plenty of storage for3rd more than cars boats. ljhooker.co.nz/ 38QHFG bedroom with walkhome in wardrobe and a stunning ensuite withgarage views plus over the ocean to soak up while in the bath. The bedroom has and its own private deck, With multiple outsideasliving areas, views a 5for min drive to Ruapuke beach for have surfing ,fishing, horse a sunset stroll. You can have it all!! ensuite and entrance it is currently usedgalore, as a BnB extra income. All 3 bedrooms country, bush andriding oceanorviews leading onto a deck and massive Serenity. Robbie a private viewing 271garage plus single garage provides plenty of storage for more than cars and boats. lawn. WorkCall from homefor in the separate office.- 021 The 952 double With multiple outside living areas, views galore, a 5 min drive to Ruapuke beach for surfing ,fishing, horse riding or a sunset stroll. You can have it all!! Serenity. Call Robbie for a private viewing - 021 952 271

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Cozy Cottage - Cozy Cul De Sac Perfectly located in Raglan West this cozy 20 Smith Street 2 bedroom plusDestudy Cozy Cottagecottage - Cozy Cul Sac sits on a flat 814m2 section. private backyard the Perfectly located The in Raglan West this has cozy pouring the sits main 2morning bedroomsun cottage plusinto study onbedroom a flat and dining area which brings warmth the 814m2 section. The private backyard hastothe colours sun of the native morning pouring into flooring the mainthroughout. bedroom Enjoy the old of the kitchen and dining areacharm whichfeel brings warmth to where the once again the potential is there to extend and colours of the native flooring throughout. makethe it your own. The and front deck Enjoy old charm feel lounge of the kitchen where provides majestic viewisof Mount Karioi aand nice once againathe potential there to extend placeittoyour cozyown. up and time. make Theenjoy lounge and front deck provides a majestic view of Mount Karioi a nice place to cozy up and enjoy time. Contact Robbie Regnier 021 952 271 Email rregnier.raglan@ljhooker.co.nz View Robbie ljhooker.co.nz/37EHFG Contact Regnier 021 952 271 Email rregnier.raglan@ljhooker.co.nz View ljhooker.co.nz/37EHFG 3

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Vogue on Violet home on popular Violet Street. maintenance ThisThe wonderful bedroom 2 bathroom a low kitchen3opens onto the diningisand living maintenance homenot onfar popular Violet Street. areas. Located from the Raglan Wharf Thewith kitchen opens onto the dining livingClose its popular restaurants andand shops. areas. Located not far There’s from thea Raglan Wharf to Lorenzen Bay. bus stop located withatitsthe popular andproperty shops. Close top ofrestaurants the hill. The has non to Lorenzen Bay. There’s a bus stopgrounds located and obstructed views of the sports at the top ofThe thesports hill. The property beyond. grounds hostshas thenon Raglan obstructed of theMarket sports and grounds ®® Summerviews Eats night otherand events. beyond. The sports grounds hosts the Raglan This low maintenance brick and tile profile ® Summer otherprofessional events. ® home Eats is a night must Market see for and families Thiscouples low maintenance or retires. brick and tile profile home is a must see for families professional couples or retires. Auction 24.04.21 Contact Natasha Black - 027 555 9994 Auction Email24.04.21 SELECT AGENT EMAIL Contact Black - 027 555 9994 View Natasha ljhooker.co.nz/37JHFG Email SELECT AGENT EMAIL View ljhooker.co.nz/37JHFG

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Newton Road Welcome to 66 Newton Road. If you are looking for a unique lifestyle property to fall in love with and put your own touches on, then this should be a strong 12.05.21 @ 2pm Make MeKyle Your Lifestyle Lover Contact Leuthart - 021 903 309 contender. Enjoy a true slice of paradise from this tranquil 12 acre property featuring a mature stand of lovely native bush and some easy grazing land to graze your or stock or grow theare crops and for trees of yourlifestyle choice. property The character style home a diamond needs polish and has flat and Welcome to pets 66 Newton Road. If you looking a unique to fallvilla in love with and is put your own that touches on,athen this should be alawns strong DLS 12.05.21 @ 2pm Email kleuthart.raglan@ljh.co.nz amenity trees around it as well as ample storage in the way of 3 double garages, one with a vehicle pit and another with a walk-in chiller from ‘back in Enjoy a true slice of paradise from this tranquil 12 acre property featuring a mature stand of lovely native bush and some easy grazing land to the Contact Kyle Leuthart@12-12:45pm - 021 903 309 contender. View Sat 8.05.21 day’. your There’s a hay barnortoo as well as a large largeoflaundry, outside and avilla sleepout all in aisseparate building next to the house. Theflat Karioi mountain graze pets or stock grow the crops and trees your choice. Thetoilet character style home a diamond that needs a polish and has lawns and Email kleuthart.raglan@ljh.co.nz view is like a framed picture from the light filled sunroom and to the south there are distant views across the surrounding farm of the ocean and Aotea amenity trees around it as well as ample storage in the way of 3 double garages, one with a vehicle pit and another with a walk-in chiller from ‘back in the ljhooker.co.nz/ 392HFG Harbour. Seaside is as approximately 15large minutes drive, Hamilton minutes for building popular Te Mata School which closemountain by. Your View Sat 8.05.21 @12-12:45pm day’. There’s a hayRaglan barn too well as a large laundry, outside toiletcity andina40 sleepout alland in azoned separate next to the house. The is Karioi lifestyle dream can picture be reality here. view is like a framed from the light filled sunroom and to the south there are distant views across the surrounding farm of the ocean and Aotea ljhooker.co.nz/ 392HFG Harbour. Seaside Raglan is approximately 15 minutes drive, Hamilton city in 40 minutes and zoned for popular Te Mata School which is close by. Your lifestyle dream can be reality here.

11 Somerset Lane Raglan

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RURAL | LIFESTYLE RURAL| RESIDENTIAL | LIFESTYLE | RESIDENTIAL RURAL | LIFESTYLE | RESIDENTIAL AUCTION AUCTION

RAGLAN

AUCTION

Whaanga Road

Plus GST (if any) (Unless Sold Prior) 1.00pm, Saturday 15 February

Impressive Site! 13ha

RAGLAN

88 Wallis Street 8 5 A Trophy Property with real 'WOW' Factor AUCTION 88 Wallis Street PRICE BY NEGOTIATION RAGLAN Plus GST (if any) Sold Prior) An(Unless opportunity to own a trophy property like no other in Plus 'WOW' GST (if any) A Trophy Property with real Factor 1.00pm, Saturday 15 February

RAGLAN Whaanga Road 8 5 Possibly Raglan's last large undeveloped coastal block is VIEW Impressive Site! 13ha now available for you to create your dream property. New Zealand with real 'wow' factor! The attention to detail PRICE BY NEGOTIATION By Appointment VIEW last An opportunity owntoa trophy property like no other in Plus GST (if any) Located less than 4km to Whale Bay,Possibly Raglan, Raglan's this really is large undeveloped coastal block is in remodeling this iconic Raglan landmark has to beto seen VIEW By Appointment now available for you to create your dream property. New By Appointment surfer paradise. There are several easy potential building be believed with modern finishes but an Zealand industrialwith feel.real Two'wow' factor! The attention to detail VIEW Located less than 4km to Whale Bay, Raglan, this really is in remodeling this iconic Raglan landmark has to be seen to sites on this property all with uninterrupted north facing 1960's cement silos have been converted into five high end Richard Thomson Richard Thomson By Appointment surfer paradise. There are several potential be believed with modern finishes but an ocean views that will take your breath away. luxury apartments. The main three bedroom apartment M easy 027 294 8625 building M 027 294industrial 8625 feel. Two sites on this property all with uninterrupted north facing 1960's cement into five high end Richard Thomson Richard Thomson E richard.thomson@pggwrightson.co.nz richard.thomson@pggwrightson.co.nz boasts two bathrooms and open plan 185m2 living.silos have beenEconverted ocean views that will take your breath away. luxury apartments. The main three bedroom apartment M 027 294 8625 M 027 294 8625 E richard.thomson@pggwrightson.co.nz E richard.thomson@pggwrightson.co.nz boasts two bathrooms and open plan 185m2 living. pggwre.co.nz/HAM31305 pggwre.co.nz/HAM23381 pggwre.co.nz/HAM31305

RAGLAN 1784 Whaanga Road Rural Beach739 Retreat Waitetuna Valley Road WAITETUNA

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TE MATA

652 Kawhia Road 4 1 Small Farm and Large Lifestyle! TE MATA 652 Kawhia Road$1.3M 652 Kawhia Road is currently run as part of a large Plus GST (if any) Small Farm and Large Lifestyle!

RAGLAN

35 Long Street

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35 Long Street $1.15M 4 2 2 This substantial property set on 1012sqm has a lot to offer. Sunsets, Harbour Views GST Inclusive traditional sheep and beef farm. Located in Te Mata near Perfectly situated within easy walking distance to Raglans $1.3M $1.15M VIEW 652 popular Kawhia Road is currently run as part of a large This set onVIEW 1012sqm has a lot to offer. Plus GST (if any) GST Inclusive Raglan this is becoming an increasingly lifestyle shops and cafe's yet far enough away to substantial be peacefulproperty and ByLocated Appointmen By Appointment traditional sheep and beef farm. in Te Mata near Perfectly situated within easy walking distance to Raglans location with access to the amazing recreational activities quiet. Hours can be spent marvelling at the view of the VIEW VIEW Raglan this is becoming an increasingly popular lifestyle shops and cafe's yet far enough away to be peaceful and Raglan has to offer. On one of the boundaries to this 95ha Raglan Harbour and the bar, watching the boats, paddle Richard Thomson Richard Thomson By Appointmen By Appointment location with access to the amazing recreational activities quiet. Hours can be spent marvelling at the view of the block (subject to survey) is the Bridal Veil Falls reserve. boarders, kayaker's and kite surfers all from this property. M 027 294 8625 M 027 294 8625 Raglan has to offer. On one of the boundaries to this 95ha Raglan Harbour and the bar, watching the boats, paddle Richard Thomson Richard Thomson E richard.thomson@pggwrightson.co.nz E richard.thomson@pggwrightson.co.nz 826and Ruakiwi Roadall from this property. block (subject to survey) is the Bridal Veil Falls reserve. boarders, kayaker's kite surfers M 027 294 8625 M 027 294 8625 TE AKAU-WAIKATO 4 2 1 E richard.thomson@pggwrightson.co.nz E richard.thomson@pggwrightson.co.nz pggwre.co.nz/HAM31660 pggwre.co.nz/HAM30355 Rural Bliss

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This 27 ha (more or less) block would suit those looking for a pggwre.co.nz/HAM30355 quiet rural setting with land to farm. The farm features a large 4 stand wool shed which could be useful for calf rearing, as a workshop, for storage, accommodation or the obvious shearing of sheep if you ran a small flock on the property. The farm has both sheep and cattle yards and fencing.

pggwre.co.nz/HAM31660

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RAGLAN

4337 State Highway 23 2 1 1 Location and Potential BEO $940,000 23 RAGLAN 4337 State Highway ENQUIRIES OVER $940,000 An opportunity to purchase 3.5ha this close to the Raglan GST$940,000 Inclusive Location and Potential BEO

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RAGLAN-WAIKATO

Fantastic deck to soak up sun with ocean and harbour views • Large parking area on site (good for boats or PGG Wrightson Real Estate Limited, licensed under REAA 2008 motorhome) This solid brick home sits proud on an enormous 1166sqm (more or less) section built with family and sunshine in mind. This home features 3 double bedrooms, a spacious open plan lounge/dining area, Richard Thomson workshop and a convenient separate laundry. M 027 294 8625 E richard.thomson@pggwrightson.co.nz

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RAGLAN

pggwre.co.nz/HAM31412 1549 Whaanga Road

Helping grow $575,000 the country

Four Prime Lifestyle Sections Situated at Ruapuke near Raglan are these four amazing lifestyle sections ranging in size from 8000m2 to 1.1ha, all have incredible ocean and mountain views. Within walking distance to Ruapuke beach very few properties ever come to the market. Take your pick of the sites available now and start planning your dream build.

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New Listing

18 Wallis Street Raglan

AUCTION

This somewhat fairytale-like Villa gleams with pride in the knowledge that it is unique in Raglan. So close that it can listen to the village. A character beauty standing firmly in a world that has accelerated while it has stood and waited! Transform your passion into actions and make this house viable for future generations. Indulge, restore and preserve to its former glory. Offering 2 bedrooms a single garage, separate studio and gloriously generous grounds with mature heritage trees OR be involved in the evolution of this prospect. Be part of realising the commercial potential of this site perfectly positioned in the Raglan Business Zone. Offering a large land package of 1199 sqm. Contact the agent for an appointment to view privately or visit the scheduled open homes.

6:00pm, Friday 11 June - Ray White Raglan Office (unless sold prior) View See website for open home times or call for a private viewing

Julie Hanna 027 441 8964 Melanie Carroll 021 760 468

rwraglan.co.nz/RAG23329

Raglan Real Estate Limited Licensed (REAA 2008)

AUCTION FRIDAY 14 MAY

New Listing 4 Harakeke Place Raglan An immaculate home combining space, value and style. Designed to capture the sun and warmth at both ends of the day. Enjoy the aroma of the established gardenia hedge which welcomes you home. The house has a neutral interiorscape, featuring three double bedrooms, the master with ensuite. Serene estuary and mountain views are enjoyed from the lounge which is open planned with the well-appointed and highly spect kitchen with spacious dining. Spread out and enjoy the inside/outside flow. The extra nook off the lounge offers a great office space or just a good quiet place to enjoy the picturesque estuary and mountain views. A delightful and private garden awaits your enjoyment. You will be impressed with the spacious double garage which has internal access. rwraglan.co.nz/RAG23322 Raglan Real Estate Limited Licensed (REAA 2008)

AUCTION

6:00pm, Friday 14 May Ray White Raglan office (unless sold prior)

View

See website for open home times or call for a private viewing

Julie Hanna 027 441 8964

8 Ryan Road Raglan

AUCTION

This secluded rustic dwelling is nestled into the native bush attracting the call of the birds Offering one-bedroom and designed for easy open plan living. The high ceilings with exposed beams provide light and space. You are beckoned to the outdoors by the spacious covered decking areas and the cute, rustic sleepout tucked away in the bush. Spend your days exploring the waterways, enjoying picnics at the water’s edge or catching fish for dinner. Launch your kayak, small boat or jet ski from the reserve which is only a short walk from the house. Nature lovers will appreciate the private and picturesque wonderland of 812sqm.

rwraglan.co.nz/RAG23328 Raglan Real Estate Limited Licensed (REAA 2008)

6:00pm, Friday 4 June Ray White Raglan office (unless sold prior)

View

See website for open home times or call for a private viewing

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ATTENTION LANDOWNERS OF WHAANGA 1D1B2 BLOCK WHAINGAROA All landowners or their representatives are invited to a meeting to be held at 12.00pm on Saturday 15th of May 2021 at 108E Whaanga Rd Raglan. The purpose of this meeting is to discuss the possible development of this block. Please email davidhemi@hotmail.com.

Annual General Meeting of Te Uku & District Memorial Hall Tuesday 19th May 7:30pm New Members Welcome Enquiries to 8255101

2021 Whaingaroa Hoe Saturday May 15

The local, annual Whaingaroa Hoe is approaching! Hosted by the Whaingaroa Whānau Hoe Waka Club, this event is a celebration of Waka Ama (Outrigger Canoeing) on our beautiful harbour. We would like to advise that this event attracts paddlers from all over Aotearoa and we can expect up to 1000 paddlers, plus friends and whānau. This will mean extra traffic and also waka trailers around town. Please take care. It is a fantastic spectacle and we advise watching the events from the Bow Street Jetty, the footbridge, the wharf and along Cliff Street. Huge thanks to our club members and other volunteers for making this event happen. Contact whaingaroahoe@gmail.com

LOW COST COUNSELLING SERVICE Our aim is to offer affordable counselling to as many people in the Raglan community as possible. This is a strictly confidential service. For more information and/or to book: Phone: 825 8142 or email info@raglancommunityhouse.org.nz www.raglancommunityhouse.org.nz

5 Stewart St, Raglan REGULAR EVENTS: CLAY SHED MEMBERS’ NIGHT weekly Wed 5-7pm RAGLAN FILMMAKERS’ CLUB 1st Tues of every month, koha entry KARIOI QUILTERS 2nd Thurs of every month RAGLAN ART GROUP 1st Friday of every month, 9am-12pm

AFTER-SCHOOL ART CLASSES TERM 2 Theme - ‘Matariki’. 8-week programme with Karyn Moon | Mon 10 May – 5 July, Wed 12 May – 30 June | 3.30pm – 5pm | $95 first child/$85 sibling | All materials included | Bookings essential by Friday 30 April www.raglanartscentre.co.nz/ workshops/

WH AT’S ON - EVENTS DESIGNING OUT CONSTRUCTION WASTE THURS 6 MAY FROM 6PM AT XTREME ZERO WASTE. Workshop series working to reduce waste in Raglan's construction and demolition industry. More info on page 10. BADMINTON - Raglan Area School Hall starts Thurs 6 May, 7-9pm. Contact Celia Risbridger 027 7636974 INDOOR BOWLS AT THE RAGLAN CLUB starts May 4 for 5 weeks. $2 per person. Starts 6.30pm - be there from 6.15. Enter your teams with Heather (3-4 in each team) 825 8232. The first 10 teams will be accepted SUN 9 MAY DARTS COMPETITION at Raglan Club open to all, 2.30pm free registration. Cash prizes. WED 12 MAY RAGLAN RAMBLERS 9am from James St near Wallis St Kaitoke walkway - bring lunch SAT 15 MAY - WHAINGAROA HOE Hosted by Whaingaroa Waka Ama Club WED 19 MAY RAGLAN RAMBLERS 9am from James St near Wallis St Karamu Walkway Old Mountain Rd to SH23 WED 26 MAY RAGLAN RAMBLERS 9am from James St near Wallis St Tree planting Paws Awhile, Te Uku

YOT CLUB GIG GUIDE FRI 7 MAY

Daniel Dafreez ({My Baby) .

SAT 8 MAY

Lost Tribe Aotearoa. Otium.

FRI 14 MAY

Tom Verberne EP Release party

SAT 15 MAY

DMTH techno Matt Drake and Chris Rayner.

FRI 21 MAY

DARK FACES 02 Pieter Borgh & Emergy Resonance Dark minimal techno

SAT 22 MAY

Julia Lamb big band

FRI 28 MAY

Mini Simmons and guests

SAT 29 MAY

ASCENSION House and Techno beats. DJ’s Chimpster (Raglan), Osey (LOFI Productions), $10 on the door

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Fiesta Latino

SAT 5 JUN

Underground Rock n Roll The DHDFDs Threat v Protocol and guests.

SUN 6 JUN

Queens Birthday Sunday Sessions.

SUPPORTING NEW ZEALAND MUSIC MONTH

CLAYTIME PLUS HAND-BUILDING FOR ADULTS 4-week programme with Merren Goodison | Mon 10 May – 31 May | 6pm – 8pm | $100 RCAC+Clay members $120 RCAC members $140 non-members | Membership, 3kg clay + bisque firing included, glaze firing extra | Bookings essential by Friday 7 May www.raglanartscentre.co.nz/ workshops/ PEGGY LEE RESTROSPECTIVE EXHIBITION – SAT 8 MAY – SAT 29 MAY Opening Sat 8 May 10am – 12pm. Open daily 10am – 2pm. RAGLAN CREATIVE MARKET – SUNDAY 9 MAY, PLUS ADDITIONAL MARKET 30 MAY 2nd Sunday of the month 9am – 2pm at the Old School Arts Centre. www.raglanmarket.com RAGLAN ARTS FILM FESTIVAL AWARDS 2021 – CALL FOR ENTRIES Awards and prizes for films associated with Raglan will be presented at a Red Carpet Awards night in September. Closing date Friday July 2. For more information or to enter visit www.raglanartscentre.co.nz/rff/

RAGLAN ART TO WEAR 2021 – CALL FOR ENTRIES – CLOSING SOON! Live shows and exhibition June 2021. Closing date for entries 21 May 2021. For more information or to enter visit www.raglanartscentre.co.nz/raglan-art-to-wear-biennial/

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Raglan Golf Club recently held a THANK the SPONSORS DAY in bright sunny conditions,at its Te Hutewai base. With over 50 sponsors in attendance the days programme of refreshments,lunch,9 hole golf and afternoon tea went down a treat! The day's purpose was for the club to express its thanks to the many sponsors who support the Raglan Golf Club as it continues to flourish in 2021.

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