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To Â the Â Editor, Some Â thoughts Â on Â democracy Â in Â local Â government: The Â incoming Â Raglan Â Community Â Board Â faces Â an Â interesting Â range Â of Â complex Â issues. Â Each Â member Â will Â have Â different Â ideas Â that Â may Â alter Â as Â new Â information Â is Â absorbed, Â but Â Marlin Cafe & Grill. Dine in. On the Wharf...........................................825 0010 priorities Â should Â include Â improved Â consultation Â and Â consensus, Â and Â the Â targeting Â of Â rates Â expenditure Â to Â needs Â rather Â than Â costly Â wants. Improving Â democracy Â is Â a Â must Â for Â all Â communities Â in Â New Â Zealand, Â and Â small Â town Â opinion Â is Â usually Â well Â The Shack. Dine in or Takeaway. 19 Bow Street..................................825 0027 represented Â in Â its Â clubs, Â organisations Â and Â special Â interest Â groups. Â Raglan's Â unique Â character Â is Â regularly Â praised, Â and Â is Â the Â reason Â many Â folk Â move Â to Â live Â here, Â though Â interestingly Â many Â of Â these Â folk Â want Â changes Â after Â they Â The Raglan Club. Dine in or Takeaway. 22-24 Bow Street.................. 825 8278 arrive Â and Â settle. For Â a Â time Â I Â chaired Â a Â national Â committee Â of Â about Â 12 Â members Â representing Â many Â different Â ÂżHOGV RI HPSOR\PHQW :H PDGH Shane Ardern MP recommendations Â which Â each Â of Â us Â TARANAKI-KING COUNTRY LLB. PG Dip Spts Mgt. Notary Public conveyed Â back Â to Â the Â subcommittees Â we Â were Â required Â to Â have Â in Â our Â Local lawyer for Raglanâ€™s legal needs districts. Â The Â subcommittees Â discussed Â 5DJODQRIĂ€FH our Â recommendations, Â then Â went Â away Â Mondays 9am - 4pm Electorate office: and Â discussed Â them Â again Â in Â their Â social Â at Dr Ellisons surgery groups, Â from Â which Â feedback Â was Â 25 Roche Street, Te Awamutu 31 Wallis Street Raglan passed Â back Â up Â the Â chain. Â The Â result Â p 07 825 0263 (Freephone) or by appointment was Â that Â everything Â from Â the Â parent Â e ShaneArdernMP@xtra.co.nz (PDLOrhys@ellisonlaw.co.nz body Â was Â thoroughly Â aired, Â and Â the Â RUSKRQH30 outcomes Â were Â more Â representative. Â +DPLOWRQ2IĂ€FH Although Â local Â government Â has Â 7ULVWUDP6WUHHW,32%R[,) www.national.org.nz WeatherMap - New Zealand weather forecasts become Â big Â business, Â our Â Community Â Board Â must Â be Â more Â than Â a Â rubber Â stamp. Â It Â is Â important Â that Â the Â Chair Â is Â up Â with Â the Â play Â and Â that Â members Â Joâ€™s Takeaways. Te Kopua Domain......................................................825 8761
attend Â meetings. Regarding Â the Â election Â of Â ward Â councillor Â and Â mayor, Â it Â will Â pay Â to Â examine Â their Â track Â record. Â Barry Â Ashby, Â Raglan
Dear Â Editor, Last Â week's Â Chronicle Â seemed Â rather Â biased Â in Â your Â election Â coverage. Â You Â printed, Â â€œClint Â Baddeley, Â our Â tireless, Â dedicated Â ward Â memberâ€? Â and Â â€œa Â hard-Âworking Â Clintâ€?. Â Hard Â working Â he Â may Â be, Â but Â effective? Â Since Â 2009, Â my Â rates Â have Â increased Â by Â a Â quarter Â RYHUDQGDERYHLQĂ€DWLRQDQGWKH/RQJ Term Â Plan Â is Â for Â similar Â increases Â in Â future. It Â doesn't Â help Â that Â Clint Â seems Â to Â believe Â that Â council Â borrowing Â creates Â jobs Â and, Â as Â Chair Â of Â Finance Â Committee, Â he's Â overseen Â the Â plan Â to Â raise Â the Â cost Â of Â borrowing Â from Â $2.6m Â to Â $4.1m Â this Â year. Â Borrowing Â might Â FUHDWH MREV LQ +DPLOWRQ IRU WKH ÂżUPV who've Â built Â the Â museum, Â footbridge, Â wharf, Â roundabouts, Â etc, Â but Â the Â millions Â for Â those Â projects Â must Â have Â driven Â many Â jobs Â and Â people Â out Â of Â Raglan. In Â 2010 Â Clint's Â Council Â had Â the Â country's Â lowest Â voter Â turnout. Â In Â 2013 Â 65 Â nominations Â for Â 50 Â positions Â is Â even Â worse Â than Â 2010's Â 73. Â This Â July's Â nine Â uninformative Â media Â releases Â were Â typical;Íž Â people Â don't Â know Â what's Â happening, Â lose Â interest Â and Â we Â end Â up Â hearing Â little, Â rates Â up, Â frequent Â blunders Â (eg Â painting Â Bow Â St Â road Â http://www.weathermap.co.nz/?p=ragla markings Â 3 Â times Â last Â year), Â etc. :HQHHGDFKDQJH Regards, Â John Â Lawson, Â Raglan Weather Map
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Elation, caution as windfarm project dealt a critical blow
Whaanga Â Coast Â resident Â and Â Point Â Boardriders Â Club Â president Â Reuben Â Brown Â said Â he Â was Â â€œelatedâ€? Â that Â Contact Â â€“ Â New Â Zealandâ€™s Â second Â largest Â electricity Â generator Â but Â majority-Âowned Â by Â Australiaâ€™s Â Origin Â Energy Â â€“ Â had Â decided Â to Â exit Â the Â Hauauru Â ma Â raki Â project Â as Â it Â focused Â on Â geothermal Â rather Â than Â wind Â power Â as Â its Â preferred Â generation Â technology. But Â he Â cautioned Â that Â another Â energy Â company Â could Â still Â potentially Â take Â up Â the Â resource Â consent Â sometime Â in Â the Â future, Â and Â said Â heâ€™d Â be Â â€œguttedâ€? Â if Â that Â happened. Even Â so Â he Â doubted Â any Â revised Â windfarm Â proposal Â would Â stretch Â down Â the Â coast Â as Â far Â as Â Mussel Â Rock. Reuben Â said Â his Â and Â other Â Whaanga Â Coastersâ€™ Â protests Â had Â been Â about Â the Â sheer Â size Â and Â the Â â€œin-Âyour-Âfaceâ€? Â nature Â of Â the Â Contact Â project. Â Â â€œWe Â value Â our Â passive Â landscape, Â and Â being Â able Â to Â see Â many Â kilometres Â up Â our Â coast Â without Â the Â interruption Â of Â turbines Â
with Â their Â lights Â on Â at Â night,â€? Â he Â said. Â â€œWindfarm Â developments Â need Â to Â be Â a Â little Â more Â passive Â and Â less Â aggressive.â€? He Â was Â not Â opposed Â outright Â to Â windfarms, Â but Â felt Â they Â should Â be Â more Â â€œsympatheticâ€? Â to Â the Â people Â they Â were Â affecting. Â Â His Â preference Â was Â for Â smaller Â operations Â on Â a Â more Â local Â scale, Â â€œnot Â takeover Â by Â big Â corporatesâ€?. Â Â If Â an Â energy Â company Â wanted Â to Â build Â a Â huge Â windfarm Â â€œwhy Â not Â do Â it Â in Â Auckland Â where Â its Â LPPHGLDWHFRQVXPHUVDUH"5DJODQEHQHÂżWV very Â little Â anywayâ€?. Reuben Â said Â in Â areas Â like Â Raglan Â there Â were Â alternatives Â to Â windfarms Â â€“ Â solar Â panels, Â for Â instance, Â were Â less Â intrusive Â to Â such Â areas Â and Â didnâ€™t Â take Â away Â the Â pristine Â landscapes. Fellow Â Hauauru Â ma Â raki Â opponent Â Phil Â McCabe, Â who Â was Â a Â familiar Â face Â at Â hearings Â over Â the Â project Â as Â he Â effectively Â acted Â as Â a Â lawyer Â for Â local Â opponents, Â was Â out Â of Â town Â when Â news Â of Â Contactâ€™s Â turnaround Â broke Â and Â knew Â nothing Â about Â it Â until Â texted Â by Â the Â Chronicle. He Â was Â pleased Â to Â hear Â of Â Contactâ€™s Â decision, Â saying Â the Â project Â â€œwas Â always Â a Â bad Â ideaâ€?. â€œWe Â donâ€™t Â need Â to Â further Â industrialise Â that Â northern Â coastal Â landscape Â to Â fuel Â greater Â consumption Â in Â our Â cities Â and Â EROVWHU DOUHDG\ IDW FRUSRUDWH SURÂżWVÂ´ KH texted Â back. Â â€œWe Â should Â reduce Â wasteful Â HQHUJ\XVHÂżUVWDQGWKHQLIZHÂżQGZHQHHG more Â [energy], Â the Â Government Â should Â
incentivise Â community-Âowned, Â diverse Â and Â dispersed Â generation. Â Â That Â would Â SOXJODUJHÂżQDQFLDOOHDNVIURPKRXVHKROGV communities Â and Â the Â country.â€? Reuben Â told Â the Â Chronicle Â heâ€™d Â spoken Â to Â Wind Â Farm Â Group Â managing Â director Â Al Â Yates Â who, Â while Â he Â was Â disappointed Â his Â groupâ€™s Â joint Â venture Â with Â Contact Â was Â not Â going Â ahead, Â â€œcommended Â us Â for Â standing Â up Â for Â our Â community Â â€Ś Â and Â speaking Â our Â mindâ€?. The Â Te Â Akau Â coast Â windfarm Â â€“ Â which Â would Â have Â been Â six Â times Â the Â size Â of Â Meridianâ€™s Â 28-Âturbine Â windfarm Â at Â Te Â Uku Â â€“ Â was Â expected Â to Â have Â injected Â $180 Â million Â into Â the Â regional Â economy, Â and Â the Â Waikato Â Chamber Â of Â Commerce Â said Â Contactâ€™s Â pullout Â was Â just Â another Â disappointment Â for Â the Â region Â and Â especially Â the Â energy Â sector Â following Â the Â recent Â Huntly Â coalmining Â layoffs. Meanwhile Â Waikato Â District Â Mayor Â Allan Â Sanson Â was Â quoted Â as Â saying Â the Â project Â was Â never Â something Â the Â council Â was Â banking Â on, Â and Â that Â it Â would Â have Â brought Â not Â only Â a Â considerable Â number Â of Â jobs Â to Â the Â area Â during Â construction Â but Â also Â â€œa Â fair Â bit Â of Â disruption Â as Â wellâ€?. But Â New Â Zealand Â Wind Â Energy Â Association Â boss Â Eric Â Pyle Â hoped Â there Â might Â be Â a Â future Â for Â the Â Te Â Akau Â coast Â project Â as Â a Â smaller Â proposition, Â pointing Â out Â it Â was Â already Â fully Â consented. Edith Â Symes
Vet nurse despairs over beloved poochâ€™s plight
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â€œNobodyâ€™s Â seen Â him, Â itâ€™s Â really Â weird,â€? Â she Â told Â the Â Chronicle Â on Â Monday. Â She Â fears Â Dinkyâ€™s Â been Â SLFNHGXSE\DSDVVLQJFDUDVKHĂ€HGLQ terror Â from Â her Â Te Â Mata Â property Â when Â thunder Â struck Â the Â week Â before. Â Itâ€™s Â the Â â€œnot Â knowingâ€? Â thatâ€™s Â hard Â to Â take, Â she Â says Â of Â his Â disappearance. Â â€œI Â think Â Iâ€™ve Â earned Â enough Â respect Â in Â the Â community Â after Â 23 Â years Â of Â looking Â after Â other Â peopleâ€™s Â pets Â for Â someone Â (who Â may Â know Â something) Â to Â help Â me Â now Â when Â I Â need Â it.â€? Donnaâ€™s Â hoping Â for Â an Â anonymous Â call Â or Â similar Â to Â ease Â her Â mind. Â She Â doesnâ€™t Â believe Â her Â dogâ€™s Â come Â to Â grief Â on Â a Â neighbouring Â farm Â because Â â€œweâ€™ve Â searched Â every Â day Â all Â last Â week Â from Â
dusk Â till Â dawn Â within Â a Â 17km Â radiusâ€?. Â 'RRUNQRFNLQJ DQG SRVWLQJ Ă€\HUV have Â also Â brought Â no Â results. Â Â Â Â Â Mortgagee Auction Donna Â hand-Âreared Â the Â brindle Â and Â white Â bull Â terrier Â 11 Â years Â ago, Â from Â DOPRVWQHZERUQÂł,ÂśYHKDG6WDIÂżHVDOO my Â life.â€? Dinky, Â she Â says, Â was Â always Â SHWULÂżHG RI WKXQGHU DQG OLJKWQLQJ EXW 15 78 m would Â seek Â solace Â at Â her Â neighboursâ€™ Â if Â Donna Â was Â at Â work. Â But Â the Â neighbours Â had Â recently Â built Â a Â new Â wooden Â fence, Â and Â when Â the Â dog Â couldnâ€™t Â get Â in Â they Â Raglan 37 Government Road saw Â him Â bolt Â across Â a Â paddock Â and Â out Â Mortgagee Auction of Â sight. This 1578m2(more or less) section Auction Donnaâ€™s Â devastated Â her Â petâ€™s Â not Â gives you an entry level opportunity to Mortgagee 12.30 pm, Friday 13th September 2013 Ray White Auction Room returned. Â Heâ€™s Â part Â of Â the Â family, Â she Â purchase. 91 Victoria Street, Hamilton insists Â â€“ Â a Â family Â that Â includes Â no Â fewer Â View Sun 11.30-12.00PM Well located means this is an than Â six Â cats, Â four Â dogs, Â birds, Â pukekos, Â rwhamilton.co.nz ID# HAM25362 amazing chance to build your holiday hedgehogs, Â guinea Â pigs Â and Â rabbits. or permanent home at Raglan by the She Â says Â she Â just Â canâ€™t Â say Â no Â to Â the Â sea. Lynn Eagar AREINZ 027 458 1780 homeless Â animals Â that Â come Â through Â the Â office 07 839 7060 email@example.com doors Â of Â Raglan Â vet Â clinic, Â and Â moved Â Contact Lynn Eagar or Brenda Abercrombie and for further Brenda Abercrombie from Â Raglan Â West Â to Â a Â three-Âand-Âa-Âhalf Â information go to lynneagar. 027 861 3734 office 07 839 7060 acre Â Te Â Mata Â property Â some Â years Â ago Â raywhite.co.nz. firstname.lastname@example.org rwhamilton.co.nz to Â house Â her Â growing Â menagerie. Ray White Hamilton 07 839 7060 Online Realty Ltd (Est 1999) 91 Victoria Street (Opposite Museum) Edith Â Symes 37
A Â fruitless Â week-Âlong Â search Â for Â her Â beloved Â Staffordshire Â bull Â terrier Â has Â longtime Â Raglan Â vet Â nurse Â Donna Â Rickard Â in Â despair Â â€“ Â and Â pleading Â to Â the Â public Â for Â any Â information Â on Â the Â dogâ€™s Â whereabouts.
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Fundraiser evening to have out-of-Africa feel about it
Long road ahead: Gareth Jones (left) and Francoise Mazet try their polystyrene headpieces for size ahead of Sunday's Tusk and Horn fundraiser and the adidas Auckland Marathon
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Sculpted Â locally Â from Â large Â blocks Â of Â polystyrene Â using Â a Â home-Âmade Â hot Â wire Â cutter, Â and Â teamed Â with Â specially Â made Â costumes Â from Â $XFNODQG WKH RXWÂżWV DUH GHVLJQHG WR UDLVH awareness Â of Â the Â very Â real Â threat Â of Â extinction Â facing Â African Â elephants Â and Â rhinos. Coping Â with Â the Â heat Â inside Â their Â costumes Â over Â the Â 42.2km Â course Â could Â be Â the Â biggest Â challenge Â
IRUUXQQHUV*DUHWK-RQHVDQG)UDQFRLVH Mazet Â in Â the Â early Â November Â marathon, Â say Â team Â Tusk Â and Â Horn Â as Â theyâ€™re Â called. But Â theyâ€™re Â itching Â to Â â€œup Â the Â anteâ€? Â and Â start Â training Â in Â their Â animal Â suits Â after Â Sunday Â eveningâ€™s Â unveiling Â of Â the Â striking Â costumes Â at Â the Â Old Â School Â in Â Stewart Â Street. Live Â music Â from Â songstresses Â Kate Â Martin Â and Â Maida Â Barker, Â boutique Â wines, Â Good Â George Â Brewery Â beers Â and Â ciders Â and Â an Â on-Âthe-Ânight Â auction Â are Â other Â attractions Â of Â an Â evening Â whose Â proceeds Â will Â all Â go Â directly Â to Â the Â David Â Sheldrick Â Wildlife Â Trust, Â which Â runs Â a Â Nairobi Â elephant Â orphanage Â that Â featured Â recently Â on Â television. A Â walk-Âin Â cinema Â will Â screen Â short Â clips Â of Â the Â project Â in Â Kenya Â on Â which Â Tusk Â and Â Horn Â is Â focusing Â its Â efforts. ,WÂśV QRW WKH ÂżUVW WLPH *DUHWK D personal Â trainer, Â and Â wife Â Sarah, Â a Â zookeeper, Â have Â championed Â the Â plight Â of Â the Â elephant Â and Â rhino Â â€“ Â and Â it Â wonâ€™t Â be Â their Â last. Â Gareth Â cycled Â the Â Karioi Â Classic Â event Â last Â year Â in Â an Â elephant Â costume, Â and Â like Â childrenâ€™s Â storybook Â FKDUDFWHU -XPER WKH (OHSKDQW DOO EXW Ă€HZ LQ WKH IDFH RI ZLQGV WKDW KDG KLV
RYHUVL]HGHDUVĂ€DSSLQJZLOGO\ These Â latest Â costumes Â however Â are Â designed Â for Â running, Â he Â says, Â and Â built Â to Â last Â in Â the Â coupleâ€™s Â â€œcontinualâ€? Â effort Â to Â help Â save Â the Â land Â mammals Â â€“ Â Earthâ€™s Â largest Â â€“ Â from Â possible Â extinction Â by Â 2025 Â as Â a Â result Â of Â illegal Â trading. Â Â 7KH\ÂśOOGHÂżQLWHO\EHXVHGDJDLQ*DUHWK insists. Garethâ€™s Â and Â Francoisâ€™s Â headpieces Â are Â the Â work Â of Â Raglan Â creative Â duo Â Tim Â Turner, Â an Â artist, Â and Â tattoist Â Tracy Â Brechelt. Â Theyâ€™re Â a Â labour Â of Â love, Â says Â Tim, Â and Â have Â been Â quite Â a Â challenge Â as Â they Â were Â carved Â â€œdownâ€? Â from Â two Â square Â blocks Â of Â polystyrene Â rather Â than Â â€œbuilt Â upâ€? Â by Â the Â usual Â process Â of Â papier Â mache Â over Â wire Â mesh. The Â lightweight Â recyclable Â materials Â LQFOXGHELWVRIFKRSSHGXSĂ€XWWHUERDUG for Â the Â tusks Â and Â horn, Â adds Â Tim, Â and Â an Â air-Âconditioning Â duct Â for Â Garethâ€™s Â elephant Â trunk. A Â special Â hardcoat Â to Â protect Â the Â surface Â of Â the Â headpieces Â was Â still Â to Â be Â applied Â this Â week Â before Â they Â were Â airbrushed Â for Â their Â unveiling. *The Â â€˜Run Â For Â Your Â Life: Â Tusk Â and Â Hornâ€™ Â fundraiser Â is Â on Â Sunday Â September Â 1 Â at Â 5pm. Â Entry Â $5. Edith Â Symes
Fonterra-backed upgrade freshens up recycling hub
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The closing date for Meridian Te Uku Community Fund applications is 5 September, 2013.
â€œWe Â want Â people Â to Â be Â inspired Â (by Â the Â working Â environment),â€? Â operations Â manager Â Gavin Â Melgren Â said Â last Â week, Â pointing Â to Â a Â new Â coat Â of Â paint Â on Â the Â roof Â of Â the Â open-Âended Â processing Â room Â DQGDQH[WHQVLRQWRLWVFRQFUHWHĂ€RRUVR new Â bins Â can Â soon Â be Â added Â to Â the Â sort Â line. The Â place Â doesnâ€™t Â need Â to Â be Â â€œgrottyâ€?, Â he Â insists, Â referring Â to Â the Â processing Â room Â as Â Xtreme Â Wasteâ€™s Â â€œheartbeatâ€?. Â Despite Â being Â crucial Â to Â the Â whole Â operation Â â€“ Â and Â attracting Â many Â visitors, Â from Â school-Âchildren Â to Â management Â â€“ Â the Â room Â has Â been Â the Â least Â well-Â presented Â of Â the Â recycle Â and Â refuse Â transfer Â stationâ€™s Â facilities, Â Gavin Â says. But Â itâ€™s Â time Â now Â to Â separate Â the Â cleaner Â recycling Â look Â from Â that Â of Â the Â ODQGÂżOO The Â processing Â room Â will Â have Â a Â pristine Â â€œdairy-Âlikeâ€? Â face Â with Â white Â walls Â and Â stainless Â steel Â containment Â bins Â on Â wheels, Â he Â explains, Â making Â for Â a Â more Â hygienic Â environment Â and Â lifting Â the Â perception Â of Â the Â value Â of Â Xtreme Â Wasteâ€™s Â work Â in Â the Â marketplace. The Â upgrade Â comes Â thanks Â in Â part Â to Â Fonterraâ€™s Â controversial Â new Â lightproof Â milk Â bottle Â with Â its Â black Â inner Â plastic Â layer. Â Â Environmental Â brands Â manager Â Nic Â Bishop Â visited Â and Â offered Â support Â to Â upgrade Â the Â processing Â room Â after Â an Â approach Â by Â Xtreme Â Waste Â over Â its Â inability Â to Â recycle Â Fonterraâ€™s Â latest Â
Let there be lightproof: Nineteen-yearold Aihe Waitere processing plastics on the Xtreme Waste sort line, which is soon to be extended to cater for Fonterra's new lightproof milk bottles.
product, Â resulting Â in Â loss Â of Â premiums Â and Â market Â restrictions. Dyes Â used Â in Â the Â white Â and Â black Â layers Â of Â plastic Â to Â prevent Â light Â from Â degrading Â the Â quality Â of Â the Â milk Â mean Â the Â opaque Â white Â container Â cannot Â be Â processed Â with Â other Â milk Â bottles. Â So Â sponsorship Â from Â Fonterra Â to Â create Â more Â space Â and Â extend Â the Â sorting Â categories Â became Â essential. â€œWe Â couldnâ€™t Â do Â it Â without Â Fonterra,â€? Â Gavin Â says. Â â€œAnd Â their Â sustainable Â department Â is Â doing Â a Â ZRQGHUIXO MRE ÂżQGLQJ PDUNHWV IRU LWV products.â€? Xtreme Â Waste Â business Â GHYHORSPHQWRIÂżFHU-DFTXL)RUEHVDOVR credits Â the Â dairy Â giant Â with Â developing Â new Â markets Â for Â its Â coloured Â bottle Â in Â both Â Auckland Â and Â Christchurch. Â â€œItâ€™s Â great Â to Â have Â onshore Â processing Â and Â manufacturing Â which Â makes Â more Â local Â jobs Â and Â keeps Â the Â money Â in Â New Â Zealand,â€? Â she Â says. Â Â Edith Â Symes
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Animal Health Column For Raglan People + their Pets
The seal deal Every Â year Â Raglan Â has Â a Â handful Â of Â Fur Â Seal Â (Kekeno) Â pups Â visit Â its Â shores.
From L to R : Jo Catlin (owner), Jane Ritchie, Teresa Mosen and Eva Veglio-White
aglanâ€™s Â very-Âown Â second-Âhand Â book Â shop, Â is Â in Â fact Â a Â whole Â lot Â more Â than Â simply Â a Â collection Â of Â pre-Âloved Â books Â of Â all Â shapes Â and Â sizes;Íž Â a Â little Â community Â of Â book Â worms Â also Â gather Â round Â it Â weekly, Â lending Â their Â time Â and Â passion Â for Â the Â written Â word, Â to Â help Â keep Â the Â shop Â ticking Â over. Owner, Â Jo Â Catlin Â wouldnâ€™t Â be Â without Â her Â team Â of Â volunteers, Â some Â regular Â helpers, Â others Â relievers, Â who Â give Â their Â time Â to Â man Â the Â shop, Â freeing Â Jo Â to Â explore Â the Â world Â beyond Â Raglan Â gathering Â books, Â as Â she Â says, Â â€œI Â feel Â proud Â to Â have Â in Â my Â shop.â€? She Â sets Â very Â high Â standards Â about Â the Â choices Â she Â makes, Â not Â only Â in Â terms Â of Â their Â content Â but Â also Â in Â the Â â€˜reasonablenessâ€™ Â of Â the Â price Â she Â sells Â the Â books Â for. â€œNew Â Zealand Â books Â are Â far Â too Â overpriced. Â Â I Â want Â to Â encourage Â people Â to Â buy Â books Â so Â I Â sell Â them Â at Â prices Â they Â can Â afford. Â Â In Â a Â town Â like Â Raglan, Â thatâ€™s Â incredibly Â important.â€? Jo Â opened Â the Â shop Â nearly Â 18 Â months Â ago Â but Â her Â connection Â with Â second-Âhand Â books Â extends Â back Â many Â years Â through Â her Â time Â running Â the Â recycling Â shop Â at Â Xtreme Â Waste. Â Â Most Â of Â her Â books Â are Â priced Â DURXQGWREXWVRPHSUHFLRXV1=ÂżUVWHGLWLRQV are Â marked Â above Â this, Â given Â their Â value. Â Â Selling Â books Â that Â have Â already Â had Â their Â pages Â turned Â is Â one Â of Â Joâ€™s Â ways Â of Â supporting Â the Â concepts Â of Â recycling Â and Â sustainability Â she Â aspires Â to Â live Â by. 6RPH ERRNV ÂżQG WKHLU RZQ ZD\ WR KHU VKRS brought Â in Â by Â locals Â who Â want Â to Â share Â the Â pleasure Â they Â had Â from Â reading Â them Â with Â others Â in Â this Â community. â€œThatâ€™s Â the Â part Â of Â having Â this Â shop Â which Â is Â lovely. Â Â I Â know Â someone Â is Â going Â to Â gain Â enjoyment Â from Â reading Â the Â book, Â at Â a Â price Â they Â can Â afford Â and Â while Â some Â books Â stay Â a Â while Â on Â the Â shelf, Â others Â leave Â almost Â as Â soon Â as Â they Â arrive.â€? Her Â bookshop Â is Â a Â popular Â destination Â for Â teachers Â DV ZHOO DQG VKH ÂżQGV LW KHDUWHQLQJ WR VHH VR PDQ\ bought Â as Â gifts Â by Â parents Â to Â give Â to Â young Â ones. â€œI Â love Â reading. Â Â I Â always Â have Â more Â than Â one Â on Â the Â go Â at Â a Â time, Â like Â most Â of Â the Â ladies Â who Â come Â in Â and Â help Â out.â€? On Â one Â of Â the Â walls Â is Â a Â large Â map Â of Â the Â world Â DQG ZKHQ YLVLWRUV IURP IDUĂ€XQJ SODFHV SRS LQ WR brows Â Jo Â asks Â them Â to Â pinpoint Â where Â they Â are Â from. Â Â Itâ€™s Â a Â little Â gesture Â that Â adds Â a Â sense Â of Â community Â to Â the Â place. â€œSomething Â that Â is Â really Â nice Â is Â when Â I Â receive Â postcards Â from Â all Â over Â the Â world Â from Â these Â travelling Â souls. Â Â Theyâ€™re Â up Â here Â on Â the Â wall Â as Â well.â€?
*LYHQLWVFRV\VL]H-RKDVPDQDJHGWRÂżWDODUJH array Â of Â books Â inside Â its Â walls. Â Pride Â of Â place, Â is Â left Â for Â the Â comfy Â chair, Â sat Â on Â often Â by Â customers Â selecting Â their Â favourite Â read. Â Â There Â is Â certainly Â a Â feel Â like Â youâ€™re Â in Â a Â sitting Â room Â or Â in Â someoneâ€™s Â well-Âloved Â private Â library. Â Â She Â is Â fussy Â about Â the Â books Â she Â chooses Â for Â the Â shop, Â some Â of Â which Â are Â very Â old Â but Â still Â in Â great Â condition. â€œIâ€™m Â happy Â to Â suggest Â good Â reads Â to Â people Â who Â want Â to Â get Â their Â head Â in Â a Â book Â but Â donâ€™t Â know Â what Â to Â choose. Â Â There Â is Â bound Â to Â be Â something Â here Â they Â will Â enjoy Â and Â I Â really Â like Â it Â when Â I Â get Â feed-Âback Â from Â customers Â once Â they Â have Â read Â a Â book.â€? A Â love Â of Â reading Â opens Â up Â the Â world Â and Â Jo Â is Â certainly Â doing Â her Â bit Â to Â make Â that Â world Â possible Â for Â everyone Â in Â Raglan. Sue Â Russell
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They Â visit Â us Â from Â Gannet Â (Karewa) Â Island Â off Â the Â Kawhia Â coast, Â which Â is Â one Â of Â the Â northern-Â most Â breeding Â colonies Â in Â NZ. Â Fur Â seals Â are Â one Â of Â only Â 3 Â species Â of Â New Â Zealandâ€™s Â native Â SLQQLSHGVÂąÂżQIRRWHGFDUQLYRURXV mammals. Today Â they Â thrive, Â but Â there Â was Â once Â a Â time Â when Â they Â were Â hunted Â nearly Â to Â extinction Â for Â their Â meat Â and Â skins. Female Â seals Â birth Â their Â pups Â during Â December/January, Â and Â nurse Â them Â until Â July/August Â and Â it Â is Â around Â this Â time Â that Â we Â see Â the Â newly Â weaned Â pups Â on Â our Â beaches, Â in Â surf Â breaks Â or Â hanging Â around Â the Â wharf Â looking Â for Â an Â easy Â meal. We Â get Â called Â to Â treat Â a Â few Â seal Â pups Â every Â year, Â some Â are Â injured Â and Â others Â are Â thin Â and Â still Â adjusting Â to Â hunting Â for Â themselves. Â Often Â the Â injuries Â are Â minor Â and Â treatable Â with Â long Â acting Â antibiotics, Â pain Â relief Â and Â a Â day Â of Â rest Â in Â our Â isolation Â ward Â before Â being Â released. Despite Â their Â disarmingly Â cute Â big Â eyes, Â curious Â glances Â and Â relaxed Â nature, Â they Â are Â wild Â animals. Â They Â have Â large, Â pointed Â teeth Â similar Â to Â a Â dogs, Â and Â powerful Â jaws Â for Â crushing Â and Â chewing Â prey. Â Seals Â can Â be Â unpredictable Â and Â will Â charge Â and Â bite Â if Â they Â feel Â threatened. Â Their Â mouths Â are Â full Â of Â bacteria Â and Â bite Â wounds Â fester Â quickly-Â Â If Â you Â get Â bitten Â please Â seek Â medical Â attention! If Â you Â see Â a Â seal Â and Â are Â concerned Â about Â its Â health Â we Â advise Â you Â to Â assess Â its Â condition Â
from Â a Â safe Â distance. Â Take Â note Â of Â DQ\LQMXULHVRQLWVERG\RUĂ€LSSHUV and Â its Â weight Â and Â call Â the Â vet Â clinic. If Â you Â see Â a Â seal Â and Â it Â appears Â healthy Â and Â isnâ€™t Â in Â a Â public Â area Â or Â in Â any Â danger Â it Â may Â just Â be Â â€œhauled Â outâ€? Â and Â resting. Â In Â this Â case Â we Â advise Â you Â to Â call Â the Â Department Â of Â Conservation. Please Â do Â not Â feed Â them Â as Â they Â become Â humanized Â very Â quickly, Â and Â it Â is Â an Â important Â developmental Â stage Â for Â the Â pups Â and Â they Â may Â never Â learn Â to Â hunt Â for Â themselves. Â Keep Â children Â and Â dogs Â well Â away Â for Â their Â own Â safety Â as Â well Â as Â the Â seals, Â and Â keep Â bystanders Â to Â a Â minimum Â to Â ensure Â the Â seal Â doesnâ€™t Â get Â stressed. Â When Â the Â vet Â or Â vet Â nurse Â arrives Â they Â will Â assess Â the Â seal Â and Â decide Â the Â best Â course Â of Â action. Â Often Â this Â requires Â minimal Â intervention Â as Â advised Â by Â the Â Department Â of Â Conservation, Â and Â also Â preserves Â their Â wild Â nature Â and Â instincts. Wildlife Â is Â an Â important Â part Â of Â our Â Raglan Â area Â and Â we Â appreciate Â the Â opportunity Â to Â work Â with Â the Â community Â to Â keep Â our Â wildlife Â healthy.
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Studentsâ€™ learning is enhanced through teaching role
What Â better Â way Â to Â develop Â an Â understanding Â of Â how Â learners Â learn Â by Â building Â up Â knowledge Â of Â how Â teachers Â teach. Â Â Since Â the Â beginning Â to Â Term Â 2 Â the Â Year Â 9 Â students Â have Â been Â teaching Â Te Â Reo Â Maori Â in Â the Â Year Â 0-Â6 Â (mainstream) Â syndicate Â of Â our Â school. Â Â They Â have Â had Â to Â develop Â knowledge Â about Â the Â structure Â of Â lessons Â and Â build Â on Â different Â ideas Â about Â keeping Â their Â students Â engaged Â in Â their Â lessons. Â Â Not Â only Â are Â they Â building Â relationships Â with Â the Â Year Â 0-Â6 Â students, Â they Â are Â using Â their Â knowledge Â about Â teaching Â to Â help Â them Â build Â a Â better Â understanding Â of Â how Â they Â learn. As Â Term Â 3 Â progresses, Â we Â have Â also Â included Â students Â from Â our Â Te Â Ropu Â Aroha Â ki Â te Â Reo Â to Â support Â classes Â in Â the Â Year Â 0-Â6 Â area. Â Â The Â spin Â offs Â for Â this Â innovative Â initia-Â tive Â are Â far Â reaching. Â Â However, Â the Â most Â positive Â is Â the Â fostering Â of Â connections Â between Â the Â different Â areas Â of Â our Â school Â through Â the Â medium Â of Â Te Â Reo Â Maori.
Whangamata Champs On Â Wednesday Â the Â 10th Â of Â July Â a Â group Â of Â 50 Â stu-Â dents Â travelled Â to Â Whangamata Â for Â the Â annual Â sports Â exchange. Â From Â the Â very Â start Â we Â knew Â it Â was Â going Â to Â be Â extremely Â GLIÂżFXOWWREULQJEDFNWKHZLQ:KDQJDPDWDKDGDODUJH selection Â of Â players, Â the Â home Â advantage Â and Â a Â couple Â of Â ÂżUVWÂżIWHHQUXJE\SOD\HUV*HWWLQJDQDZD\YLFWRU\KDVRQO\ EHHQGRQHWZLFHEHIRUHWKHÂżUVWWLPHZDVWKHVHFRQG\HDU RIWKHVSRUWVH[FKDQJHDQGDJDLQÂżYH\HDUVDJREXWZH were Â determined Â to Â win. Â By Â the Â second Â day Â we Â thought Â we Â had Â it Â in Â the Â bag. Â We Â only Â needed Â one Â more Â win Â so Â we Â played Â the Â rugby Â but Â the Â DGYDQWDJHRIWKHÂżUVWÂżIWHHQNLFNHGLQDQGWKH\WRRNRXWWKH rugby. Â Next Â was Â the Â girls Â basket-Âball Â but Â again Â they Â were Â too Â good. Â Volleyball Â is Â usually Â one Â of Â the Â deciding Â sports Â and Â this Â one Â was Â the Â most Â important Â game Â of Â the Â exchange. Â With Â only Â three Â year Â ten Â boys, Â we Â had Â to Â grab Â some Â year Â HLJKWVDQGQLQHV7KHÂżUVWVHWZDVLQWHQVHEXW5DJODQ managed Â to Â take Â it Â out. Â The Â second Â set Â was Â just Â as Â hard Â but Â we Â didnâ€™t Â give Â up Â and Â took Â out Â the Â win, Â and Â the Â whole Â exchange. Â So Â for Â only Â the Â third Â time Â ever Â the Â away Â team Â had Â taken Â the Â victory!
MEHEMEA KA MOEMOEA AHAU, KO AHAU ANAKE. MEHEMEA KA MOEMOEA TATOU. KA TAEA E TATOU. TE KIRIHAEHAE TE PUEA HERANGI (1883-1952) Koira Â te Â tino Â korero Â a Â Shaquille Â Paranihi-ÂNgauma Â ki Â a Â matou Â Te Â Ropu Â Aroha Â ki Â te Â Reo. Â Ma Â te Â mahi Â ngatahi Â o Â te Â whanau Â me Â te Â kura Â ka Â eke Â panuku Â koe Â kia Â whai Â i Â o Â matou Â moemoea. I Â te Â wahanga Â tuarua, Â i Â haere Â mai Â a Â Shaquille Â mai Â te Â kahui Â â€œTitaniumâ€? Â ki Â to Â matou Â nei Â kura Â kia Â whakaako Â i Â a Â matou Â i Â te Â kanikani, Â waiata Â me Â te Â whakatangitangi. Â Ko Â te Â hua Â o Â te Â mahi Â nei Â ki Â te Â whakaatu Â i Â to Â matou Â akoran-Â ga Â ki Â te Â katoa Â o Â te Â kura. Â Ahakoa Â i Â wiriwiri Â i Â o Â matou Â nei Â waewae, Â he Â wa Â miharo Â ki Â te Â mahi Â tahi Â i Â te Â taha Â o Â tetahi Â tino Â tangata Â ki Â ahau, Â ko Â Shaquille. Ahakoa Â he Â aha, Â ko Â tona Â tino Â korero Â ki Â a Â matou Â kia Â whai Â i Â to Â matou Â nei Â moemoea. Â Me Â haere Â tonu, Â a, Â kore Â tuohu Â ki Â te Â maungaâ€Ś.tu Â tonu Â tu Â tonu. Â Ko Â ia Â te Â tino Â tangata Â ki Â ahau Â i Â te Â mea Â ka Â pono Â ia Â ki Â ona Â pukenga, Â a, Â eke Â panuku Â eke Â Tangaroa Â ia Â ahakoa Â te Â uaua Â kia Â whai Â te Â rangi Â o Â tona Â moemoea. Â He Â tauira Â pai Â moku Â i Â te Â mea Â he Â maori Â ia, Â he Â tangata Â mohio Â ki Â te Â korero Â Maori, Â a, Â i Â kuraina Â hoki Â ia Â i Â te Â kohanga Â reo Â me Â te Â kura Â Maori Â pera Â ki Â ahau. Â Ko Â etahi Â tamariki Â kei Â roto Â i Â te Â ropu Â manu Â tioriori. Â I Â ako Â ratou Â i Â te Â waiata Â â€œCome Â on Â Homeâ€?. Â Â Ko Â etahi Â o Â matou Â kei Â roto Â i Â te Â ropu Â kanikani. Â He Â uaua Â nga Â nekehanga Â engari, Â ka Â whai Â kaha Â matou. Â I Â purei Â whakatangitangi Â tetahi Â atu Â ropu. Â He Â ropu Â kaha Â ki Â te Â purei Â mo Â te Â ropu Â manu Â tioriori. Kaore Â te Â whakama Â i Â patu Â i Â a Â matou Â i Â te Â mea Â ka Â pono Â matou Â i Â a Â matou. Â Ka Â pono Â a Â Shaquille Â me Â tona Â mama Â ko Â Koka Â Herena Â i Â a Â matou. Â Tumeke Â koutou Â katoa Â te Â WHANAU Â FACTOR! Â Miharo! Te whanau Matariki - Te Ropu Aroha ki te Reo
Q & A with... Montel Martin Q Â â€“ Â How Â old Â are Â you? A Â â€“ Â I Â am Â 13 Â years Â old. Q Â â€“ Â Have Â you Â ever Â taught Â before? A Â â€“ Â No Q Â â€“ Â What Â class Â do Â you Â teach Â Te Â Reo Â Maori Â to? A Â â€“ Â D1, Â which Â is Â a Â Year Â 2/3 Â class Q Â â€“ Â Tell Â me Â something Â that Â you Â enjoy Â teaching Â to Â your Â class? A Â â€“ Â I Â like Â teaching Â the Â kupu Â hou Â (new Â words) Â because Â when Â they Â struggle Â with Â the Â pronounciation Â I Â can Â help Â them Â with Â it. Â After Â they Â have Â practiced Â it Â they Â start Â speaking Â Maori Â with Â PRUHFRQÂżGHQFH 4Âą:KHQ\RXWDXJKWIRUWKHÂżUVWWLPHZKDWZDVWKH scariest Â part? A Â â€“ Â I Â was Â nervous Â because Â I Â had Â never Â taught Â before. Â I Â was Â worried Â that Â the Â class Â would Â not Â listen. Q Â â€“ Â What Â have Â you Â learnt Â so Â far Â about Â teaching? A Â â€“ Â Teaching Â is Â fun Â and Â my Â class Â is Â really Â well Â behaved. Â It Â is Â important Â to Â be Â organised. Â I Â also Â learnt Â that Â the Â students Â enjoy Â learning Â through Â playing Â games Â like Â Wharewhare Â (BINGO). Q Â â€“ Â What Â has Â your Â teaching Â done Â to Â help Â you Â understand Â your Â own Â learning? A Â â€“ Â When Â I Â am Â in Â my Â own Â classes Â and Â we Â do Â an Â activity Â I Â think Â about Â whether Â it Â would Â be Â a Â good Â activity Â for Â my Â Te Â Reo Â teaching Â lessons. Â I Â also Â know Â now Â the Â importance Â of Â learning Â intentions Â and Â success Â criteria Â and Â how Â they Â make Â it Â easier Â for Â students Â to Â know Â what Â they Â need Â to Â do Â to Â succeed Â in Â their Â learning.
My First Day of Teaching $V,ZDVZDONLQJWRP\ÂżUVWOHVVRQRQWHDFKLQJVRPH NXSXKRXWRWKHOLWWOHNLGGLHVLQP\PLQG,ZDV ZRUU\LQJZKHWKHU,ZRXOGVFUHZXSDQGWKHÂľZKDWLIVÂś As Â we Â approached Â the Â class Â room Â door, Â and Â knocked Â on Â the Â door Â we Â could Â hear Â all Â the Â children Â talking Â to Â each Â other. Â Â They Â sounded Â excited Â and Â as Â we Â fully Â walked Â in Â we Â saw Â heaps Â of Â smiles Â and Â all Â the Â worrying Â and Â the Â â€˜what Â ifsâ€™ Â just Â felt Â like Â taking Â a Â heavy Â school Â bag Â off. Â Â
Student teaching in action
As Â we Â introduced Â ourselves Â to Â the Â kids Â they Â looked Â en-Â gaged Â so Â we Â blew Â through Â it Â as Â if Â we Â were Â already Â teach-Â ers. Â Â But Â I Â think Â the Â most Â challenging Â thing Â would Â have Â been Â the Â waiata Â because Â some Â of Â the Â children Â couldnâ€™t Â say Â the Â words Â but Â we Â did Â get Â through Â it. Â Â Now Â I Â canâ€™t Â wait Â to Â see Â and Â team Â teach Â again. Â Â Itâ€™s Â like Â I Â got Â this Â adrenaline Â rush. Â Â Over Â all, Â if Â I Â didnâ€™t Â have Â Reece Â and Â Bhumika, Â I Â would Â be Â still Â standing Â at Â the Â door. Â Â I Â think Â having Â my Â friends Â helped Â me Â achieve. Charlotte Rawiri
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7KLVZHHNWKH&KURQLFOHFDWFKHVXSZLWKORFDOVXUÂ¿QJOHJHQG Glenn Â Campbell. Image: Â thanks Â to Â Tracie Â Heasman. What Â do Â you Â play? The Â drums What Â bands Â have Â you Â been Â a Â member Â of Â over Â the Â years? FTN, Â Blinder, Â Fuse, Â Raw Â Sugar, Â Numotion Â Ensemble, Â *RRGULGHUV-RKQQ\)XQN([SHULHQFHÂ³6XUÂ¿QJPDQÂ¶V&OXEÂ´ Show Â Band, Â etc. Do Â you Â come Â from Â a Â musical Â family? Â Yes, Â my Â grandmother Â teaches Â piano Â and Â my Â father Â is Â a Â composer Â and Â songwriter. :KDWLQVWUXPHQWGLG\RXÂ¿UVWSOD\DQGZKHQ" When Â I Â was Â eight Â or Â so, Â I Â had Â a Â snare Â drum What Â in Â your Â memory Â is Â your Â best Â gig Â ever? 3OD\LQJ DW Âµ&DXVH &HOHEUHÂ¶ +LJK 6W ZLWK $QG\ $VKOH\ -DELQDQG5HQHH)XVH ZLWK'-Â¶V6RDQQHDQG%HYLQ.H\V $SDUWIURPSHRSOHDQGSHWV:KDWZRXOG\RXVDYHLQDÂ¿UH" 6XUIERDUGVLQVWUXPHQWVDQGERRNV7KHQFDOO$0, Are Â you Â a Â dog Â or Â a Â cat Â person? Both. Best Â piece Â of Â advice Â ever Â given? Â³'RQÂ¶WÂ´IDUWLQSXEOLFP\PXP 'R\RXKDYHUHFXUULQJGUHDPV,IVRZKDWDERXW" <HV,KDYHPDQ\ZLWKDOZD\VDQHZRXWFRPH Most Â overused Â phrase? Turn Â it Â down Â will Â ya! Best Â travelling Â experience? 6XUÂ¿QJLQWKHWXEH :KDW IRXU IDPRXV SHRSOH GHDG RU DOLYH ZRXOG \RX LQYLWH for Â dinner? Â $ODQ:DWWV0LFKDHO.LQJ5R\3KLOOLSV-DPHV%URZQ ,IPRQH\ZHUHQRREMHFWZKDWIULYLORXVQRQHVVHQWLDOZRXOG you Â buy Â for Â yourself? Time. ,QDQRWKHUOLIHZKDWFDUHHUZRXOG\RXKDYH" %HLQJDIULYRORXVWLPHZDVWHU :KHUHFDQZHKHDU\RXSOD\" 1RWWRRVXUHÂ«2XUQHZEDQG+LJK&ORXGVKRXOGEHRXWDQG about Â this Â summer.
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RAGLAN JUNIOR SOCCER 24.08.13 GRADE
PLAYERS OF THE DAY
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Jack Brownlee, Tom Hannon & Kaitlyn Collier
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PLAYERS OF THE DAY
Brae Wilson, Sunny Leuthart & Riley Hartgill
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3BHMBO 12c Primrose Street HOME SWEET HOME Enjoy your own slice of Raglan in this lovely north facing sunny home with rural outlook. A very tidy open plan home boasting modern corrugated exterior, 3 bedrooms, all day sun and a large deck with lush plantings. Entertaining is a pleasure with a large BBQ area with bi-folding kitchen windows for easy access. Room for the kids, cars and boat on this 859m2 section complete with a double carport, tool shed and back yard. Close to town and oh-so-quiet, just move in and relax! Bring in all offers. Call the agents or email today for further info or to arrange a viewing.
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This graceful 1960’s brick home will give safe haven to your family. This solid family home rests on a generous 2646m2 section in 2 titles and offers privacy, security and plenty of room for play and parking. Enjoy the sheltered micro climate and north facing established garden with many fruit trees and bush backdrop. Huge living area with high ceiling and large, north facing windows allows the warming sunshine to pour into the home. Heatpump and fireplace keeps it cosy on the cooler days. Beautiful harbour views and close access to the harbour complete the picture. Contact Chrissy anytime for more information.
DEADLINE SALE Offers by 4pm on 19th September 2013 to L J Hooker George Boyes & Co Ltd,
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3BHMBO .BJO3PBE JUST WAITING FOR YOU This very neat and tidy 1990’s home with a nice sunny aspect and harbour view is just waiting for you. Featuring a large open plan living area, spacious kitchen and sunny deck overlooking easy care lawns and gardens it’s a real sweetie. A modern heat pump keeps things cosy in winter while the master bedroom has a slider opening out onto the deck to let in the cool summer breeze. A bath and shower and separate toilet is ideal and the 3 spacious double rooms all have built-in wardrobes. A lock up garden shed and under house provide ample storage. First home buyers or bach buyers this is a must to view asap as it won’t last long. Call Kyle anytime for more information.
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3BHMBO C1SJNSPTF4USFFU STYLISHLY MODERN LANDSCAPED LIVING At a time when it seems a rarity in Raglan to secure a quality near-new 3/4 bedroom, 2 bathroom modern home at an affordable price, this could be your chance. Carefully and thoughtfully designed by Envision Architecture Ltd, this home really has a quiet ‘Zen like simplicity’ with it’s polished exposed aggregate floors and relaxed large sunny open plan living area leading out to a great entertaining deck for outdoor dining, sun reclining or a safe area for your little ones to play. The neat low maintenance living and landscaping means less time doing lawns and more time enjoying Raglan life to the full. Call Kyle Leuthart anytime for more information
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Courses, classes & workshops RUN FOR YOUR MAINLY MUSIC & LIFE, SAVE Mondays THEIRS! A FUN- W e d n e s d a y s raiser evening is 9.30am@ Te Uku being held in Raglan. Church. Sun 1st Sept @ @ THE Old School from MON RAGLAN CLUB. 5pm. Performing live KATE 500 cards, 1pm. MARTIN. Walk in TUES @ RAGLAN FLQHPD 5DIĂ H CLUB -- Texas Auction, Delicious Holdâ€™em 6.30pm. food, Boutique WED @ Raglan beverages, all round Club, Fun Quiz goodness! $5 entry. 6:45pm. Come along and hear W E D N E S D AY S @ BLACKSAND Brenda Liddiard CAFĂ‰. Knitting and Mark Laurent Circle from 9.30am. talented musicians. All welcome. 1st September B e g i n n e r s @ 9.30am, welcome. Raglan Union R A G L A N Church. RAMBLERS WED All Welcome 4 SEPT: 9am from This Sunday 10 a.m. Wainui Rd car park QH[W WR WKH Ă€UH Vision Church station: Kawhia â€“ Raglanwest low tide just before Sunday Service 3pm, so the beach hot pools can be All welcome dug from about 7 Taipari Ave. 1pm â€“ before that Contact: 825 7305 a beach walk and a look at the museum. FREE BREAKFAST A towel, togs, spade 9:30am Sunday. and lunch will be Fathers Day special useful. @ Surfside Church, THE Raglan Area School BEATING BLUES! Last Hall. Everyone Sunday of every welcome! month. 3 â€“ 5pm. RAGLAN LIGHT Informal gathering EXERCISE GROUP. â€“ sing, clap your Light exercise hands and stomp sessions: Mondays your feet! Venue: & Thursdays 10am. V A L E N T E S . St. Peterâ€™s Church No charge. All Hall, Bow St. All Welcome! welcome. For Sale
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Garage Sale RAGLAN PLUNKET GARAGE SALE, Sat 31 August. Book a table: Charlotte 825 7332. LOOSE CHANGE SALE, everything must go! Something for everyone. 26A Main Rd, Sunday 1st Sept starts 8am.
QUIET, NONSMOKING /nondrinking family seek space for caravan in Raglan for approx. six months from November, to use periodically over summer. Selfcontained --no water /power required. Prefer sheltered Wanted spot. Ph 8236992 / 0274155535 E M P T Y â€˜BOUNDARY Commercial To Let ROADâ€™ BEER bottles. 330ml COMMERCIAL LEASE 300sqm, Stubbies - as building High Stud New, glass bottle wall. Will email: sheryl.ker@ pick up. Text Derek 021 2981297. xtra.co.nz TO BUY: 1960S To Let AIRSTREAM TE MATA, CARAVAN, 18-26ft, fully carpeted, please call 027 44 dishwasher, 3bdrm, 99 472. pets welcome, Situations Vacant $290pw 027 4585652. A R E A 1 BEDROOM S U P E R V I S O R (small HOUSE, close to RAGLAN part-time role). If you town, $180p/w + power available now, live in Raglan, enjoy working from home, ph: 02102354943. have excellent 3 BDRM HOUSE, computer skills recently renovated, then NZâ€™s leading log burner with wet distribution company back (free hot water!), needs you! Call warm, dry, sunny, Peter: 021 664 132. with double garage. Public Notices $300pw, permanent rental. Call 825 8333 TE MATA SOCIAL or 021 350 845. CLUB AGM, 10th 3 BDRM HOUSE, September, 7.30pm sunny, warm and @ Te Mata Club. dry, log burner with wetback, fenced, large garage, recently renovated. Available long term, $300 pw, ph 825 8333 or 021 350 845.
Public Notices ARTS COUNCIL AGM: The 2013 Annual General Meeting for Raglan Community Arts Council, will be held at 7.30pm, Tuesday 10th September at the Old School Arts Centre, Stewart St, Raglan. Nominations are now open for the committee. Contact Rodger Gallagher, E rodger@ raglanartscentre.co.nz , P 825 7443.
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Published on Aug 29, 2013