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29th August 2013 - Issue #358

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Cover Glenn  Campbell  and  daughter  Nina Image  thanks  to:  Tracie  Heasman  -­  www.traciehphotography.co.nz

Banteay Srey Cambodian Restaurant. Dine in or takeaway. 23 Bow Street........825 0952

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To  the  Editor, Some   thoughts   on   democracy   in   local  government: The   incoming   Raglan   Community   Board   faces   an   interesting   range   of   complex   issues.   Each   member   will   have   different   ideas   that   may   alter   as   new   information   is   absorbed,   but   Marlin Cafe & Grill. Dine in. On the Wharf...........................................825 0010 priorities   should   include   improved   consultation   and   consensus,   and   the   targeting  of  rates  expenditure  to  needs   rather  than  costly  wants. Improving   democracy   is   a   must   for   all   communities   in   New   Zealand,   and  small  town  opinion  is  usually  well   The Shack. Dine in or Takeaway. 19 Bow Street..................................825 0027 represented   in   its   clubs,   organisations   and   special   interest   groups.   Raglan's   unique   character   is   regularly   praised,   and   is   the   reason   many   folk   move   to   live   here,   though   interestingly   many   of   these   folk   want   changes   after   they   The Raglan Club. Dine in or Takeaway. 22-24 Bow Street.................. 825 8278 arrive  and  settle. For   a   time   I   chaired   a   national   committee   of   about   12   members   representing   many   different   ÂżHOGV RI HPSOR\PHQW :H PDGH Shane Ardern MP recommendations   which   each   of   us   TARANAKI-KING COUNTRY LLB. PG Dip Spts Mgt. Notary Public conveyed   back   to   the   subcommittees   we   were   required   to   have   in   our   Local lawyer for Raglan’s legal needs districts.  The  subcommittees  discussed   5DJODQRIĂ€FH our  recommendations,  then  went  away   Mondays 9am - 4pm Electorate office: and  discussed  them  again  in  their  social   at Dr Ellisons surgery groups,   from   which   feedback   was   25 Roche Street, Te Awamutu 31 Wallis Street Raglan passed   back   up   the   chain.   The   result   p 07 825 0263 (Freephone) or by appointment was   that   everything   from   the   parent   e ShaneArdernMP@xtra.co.nz (PDLOrhys@ellisonlaw.co.nz body   was   thoroughly   aired,   and   the   RUSKRQH30 outcomes   were   more   representative.   +DPLOWRQ2IĂ€FH Although   local   government   has   7ULVWUDP6WUHHW,32%R[,) www.national.org.nz WeatherMap - New Zealand weather forecasts become  big  business,  our  Community   Board   must   be   more   than   a   rubber   stamp.   It   is   important   that   the   Chair   is   up   with   the   play   and   that   members   Jo’s Takeaways. Te Kopua Domain......................................................825 8761

attend  meetings. Regarding   the   election   of   ward   councillor   and   mayor,   it   will   pay   to   examine   their   track   record.   Barry  Ashby,  Raglan

Dear  Editor, Last   week's   Chronicle   seemed   rather  biased  in  your  election  coverage.   You   printed,   “Clint   Baddeley,   our   tireless,   dedicated   ward   memberâ€?   and   “a  hard-­working  Clintâ€?.  Hard  working   he  may  be,  but  effective?  Since  2009,   my   rates   have   increased   by   a   quarter   RYHUDQGDERYHLQĂ€DWLRQDQGWKH/RQJ Term   Plan   is   for   similar   increases   in   future. It   doesn't   help   that   Clint   seems   to   believe   that   council   borrowing   creates   jobs   and,   as   Chair   of   Finance   Committee,   he's   overseen   the   plan   to   raise  the  cost  of  borrowing  from  $2.6m   to   $4.1m   this   year.   Borrowing   might   FUHDWH MREV LQ +DPLOWRQ IRU WKH ÂżUPV who've   built   the   museum,   footbridge,   wharf,   roundabouts,   etc,   but   the   millions   for   those   projects   must   have   driven   many   jobs   and   people   out   of   Raglan. In   2010   Clint's   Council   had   the   country's  lowest  voter  turnout.  In  2013   65  nominations  for  50  positions  is  even   worse  than  2010's  73.  This  July's  nine   uninformative   media   releases   were   typical;Íž   people   don't   know   what's   happening,   lose   interest   and   we   end   up   hearing   little,   rates   up,   frequent   blunders   (eg   painting   Bow   St   road   http://www.weathermap.co.nz/?p=ragla markings  3  times  last  year),  etc. :HQHHGDFKDQJH Regards,   John  Lawson,  Raglan Weather Map

Raglan Weather & Tides

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Elation, caution as windfarm project dealt a critical blow

Whaanga   Coast   resident   and   Point   Boardriders   Club   president   Reuben   Brown   said   he   was   “elated�   that   Contact   –  New  Zealand’s  second  largest  electricity   generator   but   majority-­owned   by   Australia’s   Origin   Energy   –   had   decided   to   exit   the   Hauauru   ma   raki   project   as   it   focused   on   geothermal   rather   than   wind   power   as   its   preferred   generation   technology. But   he   cautioned   that   another   energy   company  could  still  potentially  take  up  the   resource   consent   sometime   in   the   future,   and  said  he’d  be  “gutted�  if  that  happened. Even   so   he   doubted   any   revised   windfarm   proposal   would   stretch   down   the  coast  as  far  as  Mussel  Rock. Reuben   said   his   and   other   Whaanga   Coasters’  protests  had  been  about  the  sheer   size   and   the   “in-­your-­face�   nature   of   the   Contact  project.     “We  value  our  passive  landscape,  and   being  able  to  see  many  kilometres  up  our   coast   without   the   interruption   of   turbines  

with   their   lights   on   at   night,â€?   he   said.   “Windfarm   developments   need   to   be   a   little  more  passive  and  less  aggressive.â€? He   was   not   opposed   outright   to   windfarms,   but   felt   they   should   be   more   “sympatheticâ€?   to   the   people   they   were   affecting.    His  preference  was  for  smaller   operations   on   a   more   local   scale,   “not   takeover  by  big  corporatesâ€?.    If  an  energy   company  wanted  to  build  a  huge  windfarm   “why   not   do   it   in   Auckland   where   its   LPPHGLDWHFRQVXPHUVDUH"5DJODQEHQHÂżWV very  little  anywayâ€?. Reuben  said  in  areas  like  Raglan  there   were   alternatives   to   windfarms   –   solar   panels,   for   instance,   were   less   intrusive   to   such   areas   and   didn’t   take   away   the   pristine  landscapes. Fellow   Hauauru   ma   raki   opponent   Phil  McCabe,  who  was  a  familiar  face  at   hearings  over  the  project  as  he  effectively   acted   as   a   lawyer   for   local   opponents,   was  out  of  town  when  news  of  Contact’s   turnaround  broke  and  knew  nothing  about   it  until  texted  by  the  Chronicle. He   was   pleased   to   hear   of   Contact’s   decision,   saying   the   project   “was   always   a  bad  ideaâ€?. “We  don’t  need  to  further  industrialise   that   northern   coastal   landscape   to   fuel   greater   consumption   in   our   cities   and   EROVWHU DOUHDG\ IDW FRUSRUDWH SURÂżWV´ KH texted   back.   “We   should   reduce   wasteful   HQHUJ\XVHÂżUVWDQGWKHQLIZHÂżQGZHQHHG more   [energy],   the   Government   should  

incentivise   community-­owned,   diverse   and   dispersed   generation.     That   would   SOXJODUJHÂżQDQFLDOOHDNVIURPKRXVHKROGV communities  and  the  country.â€? Reuben  told  the  Chronicle  he’d  spoken   to  Wind  Farm  Group  managing  director  Al   Yates  who,  while  he  was  disappointed  his   group’s  joint  venture  with  Contact  was  not   going  ahead,  “commended  us  for  standing   up  for  our  community  ‌  and  speaking  our   mindâ€?. The  Te  Akau  coast  windfarm  –  which   would   have   been   six   times   the   size   of   Meridian’s   28-­turbine   windfarm   at   Te   Uku   –   was   expected   to   have   injected   $180   million   into   the   regional   economy,   and   the   Waikato   Chamber   of   Commerce   said   Contact’s   pullout   was   just   another   disappointment   for   the   region   and   especially  the  energy  sector  following  the   recent  Huntly  coalmining  layoffs. Meanwhile   Waikato   District   Mayor   Allan   Sanson   was   quoted   as   saying   the   project   was   never   something   the   council   was   banking   on,   and   that   it   would   have   brought   not   only   a   considerable   number   of  jobs  to  the  area  during  construction  but   also  “a  fair  bit  of  disruption  as  wellâ€?. But   New   Zealand   Wind   Energy   Association   boss   Eric   Pyle   hoped   there   might   be   a   future   for   the   Te   Akau   coast   project   as   a   smaller   proposition,   pointing   out  it  was  already  fully  consented. Edith  Symes

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“Nobody’s   seen   him,   it’s   really   weird,â€?   she   told   the   Chronicle   on   Monday.   She   fears   Dinky’s   been   SLFNHGXSE\DSDVVLQJFDUDVKHĂ€HGLQ terror  from  her  Te  Mata  property  when   thunder  struck  the  week  before.   It’s  the  “not  knowingâ€?  that’s  hard  to   take,  she  says  of  his  disappearance.  “I   think  I’ve  earned  enough  respect  in  the   community   after   23   years   of   looking   after   other   people’s   pets   for   someone   (who  may  know  something)  to  help  me   now  when  I  need  it.â€? Donna’s  hoping  for  an  anonymous   call   or   similar   to   ease   her   mind.   She   doesn’t  believe  her  dog’s  come  to  grief   on  a  neighbouring  farm  because  “we’ve   searched  every  day  all  last  week  from  

dusk  till  dawn  within  a  17km  radius�.   'RRUNQRFNLQJ DQG SRVWLQJ À\HUV have  also  brought  no  results.           Mortgagee Auction Donna  hand-­reared  the  brindle  and   white   bull   terrier   11   years   ago,   from   DOPRVWQHZERUQ³,œYHKDG6WDI¿HVDOO my  life.� Dinky,   she   says,   was   always   SHWUL¿HG RI WKXQGHU DQG OLJKWQLQJ EXW 15 78 m would  seek  solace  at  her  neighbours’  if   Donna  was  at  work.  But  the  neighbours   had  recently  built  a  new  wooden  fence,   and  when  the  dog  couldn’t  get  in  they   Raglan 37 Government Road saw  him  bolt  across  a  paddock  and  out   Mortgagee Auction of  sight. This 1578m2(more or less) section Auction Donna’s   devastated   her   pet’s   not   gives you an entry level opportunity to Mortgagee 12.30 pm, Friday 13th September 2013 Ray White Auction Room returned.   He’s   part   of   the   family,   she   purchase. 91 Victoria Street, Hamilton insists  –  a  family  that  includes  no  fewer   View Sun 11.30-12.00PM Well located means this is an than  six  cats,  four  dogs,  birds,  pukekos,   rwhamilton.co.nz ID# HAM25362 amazing chance to build your holiday hedgehogs,  guinea  pigs  and  rabbits. or permanent home at Raglan by the She  says  she  just  can’t  say  no  to  the   sea. Lynn Eagar AREINZ 027 458 1780 homeless  animals  that  come  through  the   office 07 839 7060 lynn.eagar@raywhite.com doors  of  Raglan  vet  clinic,  and  moved   Contact Lynn Eagar or Brenda Abercrombie and for further Brenda Abercrombie from  Raglan  West  to  a  three-­and-­a-­half   information go to lynneagar. 027 861 3734 office 07 839 7060 acre  Te  Mata  property  some  years  ago   raywhite.co.nz. brenda.abercombie@raywhite.com rwhamilton.co.nz to  house  her  growing  menagerie. Ray White Hamilton 07 839 7060 Online Realty Ltd (Est 1999) 91 Victoria Street (Opposite Museum) Edith  Symes 37

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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   locally   from   large   blocks   of   polystyrene   using   a   home-­made   hot   wire   cutter,   and   teamed   with   specially   made   costumes   from   $XFNODQG WKH RXW¿WV DUH GHVLJQHG WR UDLVH awareness   of   the   very   real   threat   of   extinction   facing  African  elephants  and  rhinos. Coping  with  the  heat  inside  their  costumes  over   the  42.2km  course  could  be  the  biggest  challenge  

IRUUXQQHUV*DUHWK-RQHVDQG)UDQFRLVH Mazet  in  the  early  November  marathon,   say   team   Tusk   and   Horn   as   theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re   called. But  theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re  itching  to  â&#x20AC;&#x153;up  the  anteâ&#x20AC;?   and   start   training   in   their   animal   suits   after  Sunday  eveningâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  unveiling  of  the   striking  costumes  at  the  Old  School  in   Stewart  Street. Live   music   from   songstresses   Kate   Martin   and   Maida   Barker,   boutique   wines,  Good  George  Brewery  beers  and   ciders   and   an   on-­the-­night   auction   are   other   attractions   of   an   evening   whose   proceeds   will   all   go   directly   to   the   David   Sheldrick   Wildlife   Trust,   which   runs  a  Nairobi  elephant  orphanage  that   featured  recently  on  television. A  walk-­in  cinema  will  screen  short   clips  of  the  project  in  Kenya  on  which   Tusk  and  Horn  is  focusing  its  efforts. ,WÂśV QRW WKH ÂżUVW WLPH *DUHWK D personal   trainer,   and   wife   Sarah,   a   zookeeper,  have  championed  the  plight   of  the  elephant  and  rhino  â&#x20AC;&#x201C;  and  it  wonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t   be   their   last.   Gareth   cycled   the   Karioi   Classic   event   last   year   in   an   elephant   costume,  and  like  childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  storybook   FKDUDFWHU -XPER WKH (OHSKDQW DOO EXW Ă&#x20AC;HZ LQ WKH IDFH RI ZLQGV WKDW KDG KLV

RYHUVL]HGHDUVĂ&#x20AC;DSSLQJZLOGO\ These   latest   costumes   however   are   designed  for  running,  he  says,  and  built   to  last  in  the  coupleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  â&#x20AC;&#x153;continualâ&#x20AC;?  effort   to  help  save  the  land  mammals  â&#x20AC;&#x201C;  Earthâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   largest   â&#x20AC;&#x201C;   from   possible   extinction   by   2025   as   a   result   of   illegal   trading.     7KH\ÂśOOGHÂżQLWHO\EHXVHGDJDLQ*DUHWK insists. Garethâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   and   Francoisâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   headpieces   are   the   work   of   Raglan   creative   duo   Tim  Turner,  an  artist,  and  tattoist  Tracy   Brechelt.  Theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re  a  labour  of  love,  says   Tim,   and   have   been   quite   a   challenge   as   they   were   carved   â&#x20AC;&#x153;downâ&#x20AC;?   from   two   square  blocks  of  polystyrene  rather  than   â&#x20AC;&#x153;built  upâ&#x20AC;?  by  the  usual  process  of  papier   mache  over  wire  mesh. The  lightweight  recyclable  materials   LQFOXGHELWVRIFKRSSHGXSĂ&#x20AC;XWWHUERDUG for   the   tusks   and   horn,   adds   Tim,   and   an   air-­conditioning   duct   for   Garethâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   elephant  trunk. A   special   hardcoat   to   protect   the   surface   of   the   headpieces   was   still   to   be   applied   this   week   before   they   were   airbrushed  for  their  unveiling. *The   â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Run   For   Your   Life:   Tusk   and   Hornâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;   fundraiser   is   on   Sunday   September  1  at  5pm.  Entry  $5. Edith  Symes

Fonterra-backed upgrade freshens up recycling hub

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Meridian Te Uku Community Fund Meridian recognises the special contribution local communities make to our hydro and wind operations, and to the countryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s electricity sector. The Meridian Te Uku Community Fund gives your community a say on what local initiatives are supported and funded by Meridian. The Fund, managed by a panel of community members and Meridian staff, is about working together to build strong communities. The Meridian Te Uku Community Fund is for the communities of Raglan, Te Mata, Waitetuna and Te Uku and will provide $120,000 to help community projects in this area over three years.

TO APPLY FOR FUNDING

For more information on the Meridian Te Uku Community Fund, or for an application form, please visit meridian.co.nz or email community.fund@meridianenergy.co.nz You can also call us on 03 357 9732.

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The closing date for Meridian Te Uku Community Fund applications is 5 September, 2013.

â&#x20AC;&#x153;We  want  people  to  be  inspired  (by   the  working  environment),â&#x20AC;?  operations   manager  Gavin  Melgren  said  last  week,   pointing   to   a   new   coat   of   paint   on   the   roof  of  the  open-­ended  processing  room   DQGDQH[WHQVLRQWRLWVFRQFUHWHĂ&#x20AC;RRUVR new  bins  can  soon  be  added  to  the  sort   line. The   place   doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t   need   to   be   â&#x20AC;&#x153;grottyâ&#x20AC;?,   he   insists,   referring   to   the   processing   room   as   Xtreme   Wasteâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   â&#x20AC;&#x153;heartbeatâ&#x20AC;?.   Despite   being   crucial   to   the   whole   operation  â&#x20AC;&#x201C;  and  attracting  many  visitors,   from   school-­children   to   management   â&#x20AC;&#x201C;   the   room   has   been   the   least   well-­ presented   of   the   recycle   and   refuse   transfer  stationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  facilities,  Gavin  says. But   itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   time   now   to   separate   the   cleaner  recycling  look  from  that  of  the   ODQGÂżOO The   processing   room   will   have   a   pristine   â&#x20AC;&#x153;dairy-­likeâ&#x20AC;?   face   with   white   walls   and   stainless   steel   containment   bins  on  wheels,  he  explains,  making  for   a  more  hygienic  environment  and  lifting   the   perception   of   the   value   of   Xtreme   Wasteâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  work  in  the  marketplace. The  upgrade  comes  thanks  in  part  to   Fonterraâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  controversial  new  lightproof   milk   bottle   with   its   black   inner   plastic   layer.     Environmental   brands   manager   Nic  Bishop  visited  and  offered  support   to   upgrade   the   processing   room   after   an  approach  by  Xtreme  Waste  over  its   inability   to   recycle   Fonterraâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   latest  

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,   resulting   in   loss   of   premiums   and  market  restrictions. Dyes   used   in   the   white   and   black   layers   of   plastic   to   prevent   light   from   degrading  the  quality  of  the  milk  mean   the   opaque   white   container   cannot   be   processed   with   other   milk   bottles.   So   sponsorship   from   Fonterra   to   create   more   space   and   extend   the   sorting   categories  became  essential. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We   couldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t   do   it   without   Fonterra,â&#x20AC;?   Gavin   says.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;And   their   sustainable   department   is   doing   a   ZRQGHUIXO MRE ÂżQGLQJ PDUNHWV IRU LWV products.â&#x20AC;? Xtreme   Waste   business   GHYHORSPHQWRIÂżFHU-DFTXL)RUEHVDOVR credits  the  dairy  giant  with  developing   new   markets   for   its   coloured   bottle   in   both  Auckland  and  Christchurch.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   great   to   have   onshore   processing   and   manufacturing   which   makes   more   local   jobs   and   keeps   the   money  in  New  Zealand,â&#x20AC;?  she  says.     Edith  Symes


Book worm heaven just down the road

Animal Health Column For Raglan People + their Pets

The seal deal Every   year   Raglan   has   a   handful  of  Fur  Seal  (Kekeno)   pups  visit  its  shores.

From L to R : Jo Catlin (owner), Jane Ritchie, Teresa Mosen and Eva Veglio-White

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aglanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   very-­own   second-­hand   book   shop,   is   in   fact   a   whole   lot   more   than   simply   a   collection   of   pre-­loved   books   of   all   shapes  and  sizes;Íž  a  little  community  of  book   worms   also   gather   round   it   weekly,   lending   their  time  and  passion  for  the  written  word,   to  help  keep  the  shop  ticking  over. Owner,   Jo   Catlin   wouldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t   be   without   her   team   of  volunteers,  some  regular  helpers,  others  relievers,   who   give   their   time   to   man   the   shop,   freeing   Jo   to   explore  the  world  beyond  Raglan  gathering  books,  as   she  says,  â&#x20AC;&#x153;I  feel  proud  to  have  in  my  shop.â&#x20AC;? She   sets   very   high   standards   about   the   choices   she   makes,   not   only   in   terms   of   their   content   but   also  in  the  â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;reasonablenessâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;  of  the  price  she  sells  the   books  for. â&#x20AC;&#x153;New   Zealand   books   are   far   too   overpriced.     I   want  to  encourage  people  to  buy  books  so  I  sell  them   at   prices   they   can   afford.     In   a   town   like   Raglan,   thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  incredibly  important.â&#x20AC;? Jo  opened  the  shop  nearly  18  months  ago  but  her   connection   with   second-­hand   books   extends   back   many   years   through   her   time   running   the   recycling   shop  at  Xtreme  Waste.    Most  of  her  books  are  priced   DURXQGWREXWVRPHSUHFLRXV1=ÂżUVWHGLWLRQV are   marked   above   this,   given   their   value.     Selling   books  that  have  already  had  their  pages  turned  is  one   of  Joâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  ways  of  supporting  the  concepts  of  recycling   and  sustainability  she  aspires  to  live  by. 6RPH ERRNV ÂżQG WKHLU RZQ ZD\ WR KHU VKRS brought  in  by  locals  who  want  to  share  the  pleasure   they   had   from   reading   them   with   others   in   this   community. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   the   part   of   having   this   shop   which   is   lovely.    I  know  someone  is  going  to  gain  enjoyment   from  reading  the  book,  at  a  price  they  can  afford  and   while   some   books   stay   a   while   on   the   shelf,   others   leave  almost  as  soon  as  they  arrive.â&#x20AC;? Her  bookshop  is  a  popular  destination  for  teachers   DV ZHOO DQG VKH ÂżQGV LW KHDUWHQLQJ WR VHH VR PDQ\ bought  as  gifts  by  parents  to  give  to  young  ones. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I  love  reading.    I  always  have  more  than  one  on   the  go  at  a  time,  like  most  of  the  ladies  who  come  in   and  help  out.â&#x20AC;? On  one  of  the  walls  is  a  large  map  of  the  world   DQG ZKHQ YLVLWRUV IURP IDUĂ&#x20AC;XQJ SODFHV SRS LQ WR brows  Jo  asks  them  to  pinpoint  where  they  are  from.     Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  a  little  gesture  that  adds  a  sense  of  community  to   the  place. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Something  that  is  really  nice  is  when  I  receive   postcards  from  all  over  the  world  from  these  travelling   souls.    Theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re  up  here  on  the  wall  as  well.â&#x20AC;?

*LYHQLWVFRV\VL]H-RKDVPDQDJHGWRÂżWDODUJH array   of   books   inside   its   walls.   Pride   of   place,   is   left   for   the   comfy   chair,   sat   on   often   by   customers   selecting   their   favourite   read.     There   is   certainly   a   feel   like   youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re   in   a   sitting   room   or   in   someoneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   well-­loved   private   library.     She   is   fussy   about   the   books  she  chooses  for  the  shop,  some  of  which  are   very  old  but  still  in  great  condition. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m  happy  to  suggest  good  reads  to  people  who   want  to  get  their  head  in  a  book  but  donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t  know  what   to  choose.    There  is  bound  to  be  something  here  they   will  enjoy  and  I  really  like  it  when  I  get  feed-­back   from  customers  once  they  have  read  a  book.â&#x20AC;? A  love  of  reading  opens  up  the  world  and  Jo  is   certainly   doing   her   bit   to   make   that   world   possible   for  everyone  in  Raglan. Sue  Russell

Dr.      Fiona  Bolden Dr.      Rebekah  Doran Dr.      Mike  Loten

They   visit   us   from   Gannet   (Karewa)   Island   off   the   Kawhia   coast,  which  is  one  of  the  northern-­ most  breeding  colonies  in  NZ.   Fur   seals   are   one   of   only   3   species   of   New   Zealandâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   native   SLQQLSHGV¹¿QIRRWHGFDUQLYRURXV mammals. Today  they  thrive,  but  there  was   once  a  time  when  they  were  hunted   nearly   to   extinction   for   their   meat   and  skins. Female   seals   birth   their   pups   during   December/January,   and   nurse  them  until  July/August  and  it   is  around  this  time  that  we  see  the   newly  weaned  pups  on  our  beaches,   in   surf   breaks   or   hanging   around   the  wharf  looking  for  an  easy  meal. We   get   called   to   treat   a   few   seal   pups   every   year,   some   are   injured   and   others   are   thin   and   still   adjusting   to   hunting   for   themselves.   Often   the   injuries   are   minor   and   treatable   with   long   acting   antibiotics,   pain   relief   and   a  day  of  rest  in  our  isolation  ward   before  being  released. Despite   their   disarmingly   cute   big   eyes,   curious   glances   and   relaxed   nature,   they   are   wild   animals.   They   have   large,   pointed   teeth  similar  to  a  dogs,  and  powerful   jaws   for   crushing   and   chewing   prey.   Seals   can   be   unpredictable   and  will  charge  and  bite  if  they  feel   threatened.   Their   mouths   are   full   of   bacteria   and   bite   wounds   fester   quickly-­   If   you   get   bitten   please   seek  medical  attention! If   you   see   a   seal   and   are   concerned   about   its   health   we   advise   you   to   assess   its   condition  

from  a  safe  distance.  Take  note  of   DQ\LQMXULHVRQLWVERG\RUĂ&#x20AC;LSSHUV and   its   weight   and   call   the   vet   clinic. If  you  see  a  seal  and  it  appears   healthy  and  isnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t  in  a  public  area  or   in  any  danger  it  may  just  be  â&#x20AC;&#x153;hauled   outâ&#x20AC;?   and   resting.   In   this   case   we   advise   you   to   call   the   Department   of  Conservation. Please   do   not   feed   them   as   they   become   humanized   very   quickly,   and   it   is   an   important   developmental   stage   for   the   pups   and   they   may   never   learn   to   hunt   for   themselves.   Keep   children   and   dogs   well   away   for   their   own   safety  as  well  as  the  seals,  and  keep   bystanders  to  a  minimum  to  ensure   the  seal  doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t  get  stressed.  When   the  vet  or  vet  nurse  arrives  they  will   assess  the  seal  and  decide  the  best   course  of  action.  Often  this  requires   minimal  intervention  as  advised  by   the   Department   of   Conservation,   and  also  preserves  their  wild  nature   and  instincts. Wildlife  is  an  important  part  of   our  Raglan  area  and  we  appreciate   the   opportunity   to   work   with   the   community   to   keep   our   wildlife   healthy.

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Raglan,   Te  Kohao  Health Poihakena  Marae   216  Wainui  Rd,  Raglan   218 Monday,  Wednesday,  Friday   -­  Friday 9.00am  -­  4.30pm   Free  after  hours  telephone  triage  service   Phone:  (07)  825  0197  Fax:  (07)  825  0956   Email:  admin@tekohaohealth.co.nz Te  Kohao  Health   180  Dey  St,  Hamilton   Monday  -­  Friday  8.30  -­  5.00pm   Saturday  8.30  -­  12.00pm   Free  after  hours  telephone  triage  service   Phone:  (07)  856  1211 Dedicated in the memory of Dr Tom Ellison

Red hot deal

Special on calf club collar and lead sets while stocks last Anexa, 40 Bow Street, Raglan P: 07 825 8390

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Studentsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; learning is enhanced through teaching role

What  better  way  to  develop  an  understanding  of   how  learners  learn  by  building  up  knowledge  of  how   teachers  teach.     Since  the  beginning  to  Term  2  the  Year  9  students  have   been  teaching  Te  Reo  Maori  in  the  Year  0-­6  (mainstream)   syndicate  of  our  school.    They  have  had  to  develop   knowledge  about  the  structure  of  lessons  and  build  on   different  ideas  about  keeping  their  students  engaged  in   their  lessons.    Not  only  are  they  building  relationships   with  the  Year  0-­6  students,  they  are  using  their  knowledge   about  teaching  to  help  them  build  a  better  understanding   of  how  they  learn. As  Term  3  progresses,  we  have  also  included  students   from  our  Te  Ropu  Aroha  ki  te  Reo  to  support  classes  in   the  Year  0-­6  area.    The  spin  offs  for  this  innovative  initia-­ tive  are  far  reaching.    However,  the  most  positive  is  the   fostering  of  connections  between  the  different  areas  of  our   school  through  the  medium  of  Te  Reo  Maori.

Whangamata Champs On  Wednesday  the  10th  of  July  a  group  of  50  stu-­ dents  travelled  to  Whangamata  for  the  annual  sports   exchange.   From  the  very  start  we  knew  it  was  going  to  be  extremely   GLIÂżFXOWWREULQJEDFNWKHZLQ:KDQJDPDWDKDGDODUJH selection  of  players,  the  home  advantage  and  a  couple  of   ÂżUVWÂżIWHHQUXJE\SOD\HUV*HWWLQJDQDZD\YLFWRU\KDVRQO\ EHHQGRQHWZLFHEHIRUHWKHÂżUVWWLPHZDVWKHVHFRQG\HDU RIWKHVSRUWVH[FKDQJHDQGDJDLQÂżYH\HDUVDJREXWZH were  determined  to  win.   By  the  second  day  we  thought  we  had  it  in  the  bag.  We   only  needed  one  more  win  so  we  played  the  rugby  but  the   DGYDQWDJHRIWKHÂżUVWÂżIWHHQNLFNHGLQDQGWKH\WRRNRXWWKH rugby.  Next  was  the  girls  basket-­ball  but  again  they  were   too  good.  Volleyball  is  usually  one  of  the  deciding  sports   and  this  one  was  the  most  important  game  of  the  exchange.   With  only  three  year  ten  boys,  we  had  to  grab  some  year   HLJKWVDQGQLQHV7KHÂżUVWVHWZDVLQWHQVHEXW5DJODQ managed  to  take  it  out.  The  second  set  was  just  as  hard   but  we  didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t  give  up  and  took  out  the  win,  and  the  whole   exchange.  So  for  only  the  third  time  ever  the  away  team   had  taken  the  victory!

MEHEMEA KA MOEMOEA AHAU, KO AHAU ANAKE. MEHEMEA KA MOEMOEA TATOU. KA TAEA E TATOU. TE KIRIHAEHAE TE PUEA HERANGI (1883-1952) Koira  te  tino  korero  a  Shaquille  Paranihi-­Ngauma  ki  a   matou  Te  Ropu  Aroha  ki  te  Reo.  Ma  te  mahi  ngatahi  o   te  whanau  me  te  kura  ka  eke  panuku  koe  kia  whai  i  o   matou  moemoea. I  te  wahanga  tuarua,  i  haere  mai  a  Shaquille  mai  te  kahui   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Titaniumâ&#x20AC;?  ki  to  matou  nei  kura  kia  whakaako  i  a  matou  i   te  kanikani,  waiata  me  te  whakatangitangi.   Ko  te  hua  o  te  mahi  nei  ki  te  whakaatu  i  to  matou  akoran-­ ga  ki  te  katoa  o  te  kura.  Ahakoa  i  wiriwiri  i  o  matou  nei   waewae,  he  wa  miharo  ki  te  mahi  tahi  i  te  taha  o  tetahi   tino  tangata  ki  ahau,  ko  Shaquille. Ahakoa  he  aha,  ko  tona  tino  korero  ki  a  matou  kia  whai  i   to  matou  nei  moemoea.  Me  haere  tonu,  a,  kore  tuohu  ki  te   maungaâ&#x20AC;Ś.tu  tonu  tu  tonu.   Ko  ia  te  tino  tangata  ki  ahau  i  te  mea  ka  pono  ia  ki  ona   pukenga,  a,  eke  panuku  eke  Tangaroa  ia  ahakoa  te  uaua   kia  whai  te  rangi  o  tona  moemoea.   He  tauira  pai  moku  i  te  mea  he  maori  ia,  he  tangata  mohio   ki  te  korero  Maori,  a,  i  kuraina  hoki  ia  i  te  kohanga  reo   me  te  kura  Maori  pera  ki  ahau.   Ko  etahi  tamariki  kei  roto  i  te  ropu  manu  tioriori.   I  ako  ratou  i  te  waiata  â&#x20AC;&#x153;Come  on  Homeâ&#x20AC;?.     Ko  etahi  o  matou  kei  roto  i  te  ropu  kanikani.  He  uaua  nga   nekehanga  engari,  ka  whai  kaha  matou.   I  purei  whakatangitangi  tetahi  atu  ropu.  He  ropu  kaha  ki   te  purei  mo  te  ropu  manu  tioriori. Kaore  te  whakama  i  patu  i  a  matou  i  te  mea  ka  pono   matou  i  a  matou.   Ka  pono  a  Shaquille  me  tona  mama  ko  Koka  Herena  i  a   matou.   Tumeke  koutou  katoa  te  WHANAU  FACTOR!  Miharo! Te whanau Matariki - Te Ropu Aroha ki te Reo

Q & A with... Montel Martin Q  â&#x20AC;&#x201C;  How  old  are  you? A  â&#x20AC;&#x201C;  I  am  13  years  old. Q  â&#x20AC;&#x201C;  Have  you  ever  taught  before? A  â&#x20AC;&#x201C;  No Q  â&#x20AC;&#x201C;  What  class  do  you  teach  Te  Reo  Maori  to? A  â&#x20AC;&#x201C;  D1,  which  is  a  Year  2/3  class Q  â&#x20AC;&#x201C;  Tell  me  something  that  you  enjoy  teaching  to  your   class? A  â&#x20AC;&#x201C;  I  like  teaching  the  kupu  hou  (new  words)  because  when   they  struggle  with  the  pronounciation  I  can  help  them  with   it.  After  they  have  practiced  it  they  start  speaking  Maori  with   PRUHFRQÂżGHQFH 4Âą:KHQ\RXWDXJKWIRUWKHÂżUVWWLPHZKDWZDVWKH scariest  part? A  â&#x20AC;&#x201C;  I  was  nervous  because  I  had  never  taught  before.  I  was   worried  that  the  class  would  not  listen. Q  â&#x20AC;&#x201C;  What  have  you  learnt  so  far  about  teaching? A  â&#x20AC;&#x201C;  Teaching  is  fun  and  my  class  is  really  well  behaved.  It  is   important  to  be  organised.  I  also  learnt  that  the  students  enjoy   learning  through  playing  games  like  Wharewhare  (BINGO). Q  â&#x20AC;&#x201C;  What  has  your  teaching  done  to  help  you  understand   your  own  learning? A  â&#x20AC;&#x201C;  When  I  am  in  my  own  classes  and  we  do  an  activity  I   think  about  whether  it  would  be  a  good  activity  for  my  Te   Reo  teaching  lessons.  I  also  know  now  the  importance  of   learning  intentions  and  success  criteria  and  how  they  make  it   easier  for  students  to  know  what  they  need  to  do  to  succeed   in  their  learning.

My First Day of Teaching $V,ZDVZDONLQJWRP\ÂżUVWOHVVRQRQWHDFKLQJVRPH NXSXKRXWRWKHOLWWOHNLGGLHVLQP\PLQG,ZDV ZRUU\LQJZKHWKHU,ZRXOGVFUHZXSDQGWKHÂľZKDWLIVÂś As  we  approached  the  class  room  door,  and  knocked  on   the  door  we  could  hear  all  the  children  talking  to  each   other.    They  sounded  excited  and  as  we  fully  walked  in   we  saw  heaps  of  smiles  and  all  the  worrying  and  the  â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;what   ifsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;  just  felt  like  taking  a  heavy  school  bag  off.    

Student teaching in action

As  we  introduced  ourselves  to  the  kids  they  looked  en-­ gaged  so  we  blew  through  it  as  if  we  were  already  teach-­ ers.    But  I  think  the  most  challenging  thing  would  have   been  the  waiata  because  some  of  the  children  couldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t  say   the  words  but  we  did  get  through  it.    Now  I  canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t  wait  to   see  and  team  teach  again.    Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  like  I  got  this  adrenaline   rush.    Over  all,  if  I  didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t  have  Reece  and  Bhumika,  I   would  be  still  standing  at  the  door.    I  think  having  my   friends  helped  me  achieve. Charlotte Rawiri

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Junior side make finals The  Raglan  12th  grade  rugby  team  have  had   a  great  season  and  secured  themselves  a  spot   LQWKH¿QDO Last   Saturday   they   were   up   against   Frankton   %ODFNLQWKHVHPL¿QDO7KHWHDPEURXJKWWKHLUDOOWR WKH¿HOGDQGZRQ 7KH¿QDOZLOOEHSOD\HGDW6W$QGUHZV3DUN7H 5DSD DJDLQVW +DPLOWRQ 0DULVW *UHHQ RQ 6DWXUGD\ VW$XJXVW .LFNRII LV DW DP 6R JHW DORQJ to   the   game   and   cheer   on   this   talented   team,   your   support  would  be  greatly  appreciated. &RQJUDWXODWLRQV WR WKH WHDP DQG WKHLU FRDFKHV Graham  Wallace  and  Jason  Waitere.   Good  luck,  and  well  done  guys!      Jolene  Robbs

A fresh perspective: Alan Vink for council Hi   Raglan   voters.   My   Name   is   Alan   Vink   and   I   am   standing   as   the   Raglan   Ward   Councillor   in   the   upcoming   Local   Body   elections  on  the  12th  October. , KDYH VHUYHG DV 'HSXW\ &KDLU RI WKH 5DJODQ &RPPXQLW\ %RDUG 5&%  IRU WKH ODVW WKUHH \HDUV7KLV H[SHULHQFHKDVJLYHQPHDYHU\JRRG insight  into  the  inner  workings  of  the   :DLNDWR'LVWULFW&RXQFLO 0XFKRIRXUWLPHDVD%RDUGZDV VSHQW RQ WKH WUDGLWLRQDO 5¶V UDWHV roads   and   rubbish.   Beyond   that   we   dealt  with  a  range  of  issues  including   the   re-­construction   of   the   wharf,   the   :KDDQJD &RDVW ZDVWHZDWHU LVVXH DQG VXSSRUWLQJ D ZLGH YDULHW\ RI community  groups  with  small  top  up   grants. 0\ FDPSDLJQ VORJDQ LV µ$ )UHVK 3HUVSHFWLYH¶,EHOLHYHQRZLVDJRRG time   for   a   new   pair   of   eyes   to   look   at   old   problems   and   current   issues. ADVERTORIAL

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RAGLAN JUNIOR SOCCER 24.08.13 GRADE

RESULT

PLAYERS OF THE DAY

5th Pipiâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s

NA

Jack Meek

6th Morayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s

NA

Piriwai Akuira-­Pearsall

6th Grade Mauis

NA

Ari Glover

7 Stingrays

Win 9-­0

The Team

7 Penguins

Win 3-­1

Nils Wessling

8th Dolphins

Draw 1-­1

th th

Brianna Wallis & Keira Hartstone

8 5RFNÃ&#x20AC;VK/RVV

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8th Anemones

Draw 1-­1

Corel Fletcher

9 Orcas

Win 1-­0

Duran Wipani

th

th

9th Sharks

Win 2-­1

Jack Brownlee, Tom Hannon & Kaitlyn Collier

11th Piranhas

Loss 4-­6

Noah McKenzie

Open-­Bull Sharks Win by receiving forfeit

RAGLAN JUNIOR RUGBY 24.08.13 GRADE

RESULT

PLAYERS OF THE DAY

6 Green

Won 70-­65

Brae Wilson, Sunny Leuthart & Riley Hartgill

th

7th Green Won 80-­60

Reef Staheli & Paige Waitere

7th Black Lost 55-­60

Tuahangata Kereopa & Arnika Mete

8th Green Won 80-­5

Ollie Greetis & Ephrem Cox

8th Black Won 60-­25

Maia Waitere & Aria McLachlan

9th

Lost 5-­10

Adam Wallis, Tane Parata & Tana Clapham

10th

Lost 30-­50

Sky Reid & George Reeves

11th

Lost 5-­15

Dylan Babington & Ariki Riki-­Wahanga

12th

Won 28-­10

Cory Gabolinscy & Kane Roberts


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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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For Sale $329,000

A PLACE TO CALL HOME

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Open for Inspection By Appointment

Contact Yjosine Barry 027 3212006

Pete Barry 021 363 465 ybarry.raglan@ljh.co.nz pbarry.raglan@ljh.co.nz 

 

LJ Hooker Raglan 07 825 7170

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,

27 Bow Street Raglan. (Unless Sold Prior)

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Open for Inspection Saturday 31st 1 -1.30pm Sunday 1st 1-1.30pm

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LJ Hooker Raglan 07 825 7170

George Boyes & Co Limited Licensed REAA 2008

George Boyes & Co Limited Licensed REAA 2008

NEW LISTING

NEW LISTING



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.







FOR SALE $295,000 View

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Open for Inspection

Saturday 31st August 2013 1-1.45pm

Contact

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LJ Hooker Raglan



 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

07 825 7170

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FOR SALE $465,000 View

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Saturday 31st August 2013 12-12.45pm

Contact Kyle Leuthart 021 903 309 K.leuthart.raglan@ljh.co.nz

LJ Hooker Raglan 07 825 7170

George Boyes & Co Limited Licensed REAA 2008

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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&#x20AC;&#x2122;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&#x2030;. 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&#x20AC;UH Vision Church station: Kawhia â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 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&#x20AC;&#x201C; 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&#x20AC;&#x201C; 5pm. RAGLAN LIGHT Informal gathering EXERCISE GROUP. â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 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&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Church No charge. All Hall, Bow St. All Welcome! welcome. For Sale

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Has all you need to create a landscape A wide range of decorative stones and bark Railway sleepers and pongas Feature rocksweâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll move them to your place too 140 TeMata Rd

07 825 0577 In My Good Books Quality 2nd hand books Open Thurs - Sun from 10am 2 Wallis St Books wanted.

FIREWOOD DRY, 6x6 load delivered. Pine: $110, ph 021 077 1524. F I R E W O O D MANUKA DRY, $130 per m3, good size, ph 825 0522. MOTORBIKE RM 85, 2009 model, $3000, excellent condition, hardly ridden, ph 825 7449.

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PILATES â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Monday mornings, Tuesday and Thursday evenings.Bookings essential. Call Whaingaroa Physiotherapy 8250123. Wanted To Let

FREE CV WRITING & BUDGET A S S I S TA N C E @ Raglan Community House. Appointments required. 8258142.

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&#x20AC;&#x2DC;BOUNDARY Commercial To Let ROADâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; 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&#x20AC;&#x2122;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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Want a lifestyle business with good income? Own a bait & tackle shop Low overheads, full support, good returns Local franchises available Phone Ian 0275554042 or apply online www.tackle-box.co.nz

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3-4BDRM RURAL HOME with double internal access garage, 3km before Raglan, newly renovated, log burner $360pw negotiable, ph 027 210 4768. To Let

OFFICE SPACE Tenancy available upstairs at 1 Wainui Road, Raglan (previously the ASR /LPLWHGRIĂ&#x20AC;FHV ZLWKDFRPELQHG administration, kitchen and toilet facility area of 260m2. All enquiries to: 'DZQ%URFN Wainui Road Tenancy 32%R[ +DPLOWRQ 3K (PDLOGDZQEURFN#MRQZHEEFRQ]

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