Raglan Chronicle

Page 1

RAGLAN Chronicle 1 WHARF OPENING P3 May 9th, 2024 Issue #819 COBHAM FOR SALE 38 Lorenzen Bay Road, Raglan • Two bedrooms plus a sleepout • Water views • 511sqm section (more or less) For Sale $880,000 View Sunday 12 May, 1.00 - 1.45pm rwraglan.co.nz/RAG30448 Ray White Raglan Rosetown Realty Ltd Licensed (REAA 2008) 21 Bow Street, Raglan, 07 825 8669, rwraglan.co.nz Blair Hanna 021 0200 8282 Yana Pemberton 021 183 0479 1 2 1 1

Billy Stairmand selected for Paris 2024

The Olympic committee welcomes Billy to the team at a ceremony at Manu Bay Tuesday, 7 May.

ew Zealand's surfing duo for the Paris Olympics has been announced as Billy Stairmand and Saffi Vette.

Billy, aged 34, will mark his second Olympic appearance after his debut in Tokyo three years ago, coinciding with surfing's inaugural inclusion in the Games. His remarkable record includes eight national championship titles in New Zealand.

“It’s unbelievable to be going to my second Olympics, I’m super proud,” he said. The Olympic surfing competition will take place over four days from July 27 to August 4. The legendary surfing spot Teahupo’o in Tahiti has been selected as the venue.

2 RAGLAN Chronicle Raglan Ink Ltd home of the Raglan Chronicle Office open by appointment. Post: P.O. Box 234, Raglan Email: info@raglanchronicle.co.nz Advertising and Articles The advertising and editorial content deadline will be Monday at 12pm week of issue. DISCLAIMER: Opinions and views expressed in the Raglan Chronicle do not necessarily represent those held by the Editors or Publishers. Every care will be taken in the preparation and placement of submitted material but the Editors/Publishers shall not be liable for errors or omissions or subsequent effects due to the same. It is the submitters responsibility to ensure material is not libelous or defamatory. The Editors/Publishers reserve the right to abridge, alter or decline any material submitted to the Raglan Chronicle to meet the constraints of space and/or maintain a reasonable standard of language and decorum. Whaingaroa junior sports is back for winter - check out the update from the junior football club on page 6. Max mp Wind Waves* Tides* Sun C) (km/hr) (m) (High/Low) (Rise/Set) R am S pm R am S pm am am pm pm R am S pm am pm pm R am S pm am am pm pm R am S pm am am pm pm R am S pm am am pm pm R am S pm *Total significant wave height and *Tide times for Raglan Bar am am pm pm am am pm pm am L H L H L H L H L H L H L H L H L H L H L H L H L H L H SAT 11 SUN 12 MON 13 TUE 14 WED 15 16 14 15 14 16 18 18 ESE 15 KM/H S 13 KM/H SS9 KM/H NE 7 KM/H N 13 KM/H NNW 11 KM/H SE 6 KM/H 07:09 17:25 07:09 17:24 07:10 17:23 07:11 17:22 07:12 17:21 07:13 17:20 07:14 17:20 04:26 10:37 16:45 23:02 05:09 11:19 17:26 23:44 05:33 12:02 18:09 00:28 06:39 12:47 18:54 01:15 07:30 13:37 19:43 02:08 08:27 Mostly sunny Abundant sunshine Broken cloud and sunny spells with a shower in spots in the afternoon Mostly cloudy Partly sunny 1.0 1.2 1.3 1.1 0.7 0.5 weather cover Aroha Sushi Raglan RAGLAN'S ORIGINAL SUSHI SHOP SINCE 2003 Open 6 days Wed - Mon until 4pm 07-825 7440 Serving honest local and good food Open 7 days 8am - 4pm Cnr Bow St and Wainui Rd 07-825 0027 Support our local eateries! Hours and specials below. 248 Wainui Rd | 07 825 8233 Open 7 Days a Week From 9am 43 Rose St 07 825 0010 Days 4pm 7pm Sunday Mon-Tues Fish n’ Chips Group Bookings Inside/Outside Seating 92 Wallis St - 07 825 7544 Cream Wraps Salad This space could be yours. Email the Chronicle for more details. info@raglanchronicle.co.nz DE DRI N K Pitas 0202 Open 7 days a week from 10am 'til 7pm 92 Wallis St - The Wharf 07-825 7544 Phone orders welcome! *Fish & Chips* *Burgers* *Weekly Specials* The store with a lot more Open 9am - 7pm Wed - Sun Closed Mon - Tues Papahua Domain 07-825 8761 4 3 R ose S t 0 7 8 25 0 0 10 HARBOUR VIEW HOTEL Raglan 14 Bow Street 9 : 3 0 a m S e r v i c e 1 1 : 0 0 a m S e r v i c e C H U R C H A T T E U K U s u r f s i d e c o n z Pastor Roger & Cheryll Peart RAGLAN AREA SCHOOL 10 AM SERVICE Raglan Medical Practice Hours (by appointment) Monday - Friday: 8.00am – 5.00pm Saturday / Sunday - Closed Afterhours & Public Holidays Anglesea Clinic provides health services for our patients out of normal working hoursand can be contacted on 07 858 0800 For EMERGENCIES DIAL 111 Healthline can be contacted 24 hours a day on 0800 611 116 for free advice from registered nurses. Practice Plus provides virtual telehealth to all patients on weekdays from 5pm-10pm and on weekends and public holidays from 8am to 8pm, register at www.practiceplus.nz ROCK-IT Kitchen 4 8 W A U R D 2 9 R A L A N 0 7 2 5 8 2 3 O P E N F O R B R E A K F A S T & L U N C H F R O M 9 A M - 3 P M W E D - S U N B O O K Y O U R T A B L E V A R O C K T R A G L A N C O N Z ROCK-IT Kitchen N R N 5 2 O P E O R R E A K S T & N C H O M 9 A M - 3 M W E D - S U N B O O K Y O U R T A B L V A R O C K C O N Z
Open 7 Days Cafe Art 021 450 111 12 Bow St, Raglan CONTACT US TO ADVERTISE info@raglanchronicle.co.nz
St Peter's Anglican Church cnr Bow Street & James Street Holy Communion service every Sunday at 9.30 visitors very welcome Contact person : Hazel 0221065990
N

Walkway celebration marks completion of Raglan Wharf projects

The much anticipated Whaaingaroa / Raglan Wharf Western Walkway is now open to the public.

The walkway was officially opened last week, Friday 3 May, in a Karakia ceremony led Kaumatua Atutahi Riki, of Ngaati Maahanga and Tainui, alongside Mayor Jacqui Church and other dignitaries

“YAY!!.... it’s a celebration of so many parts coming together, the synergy of us all collectively, and what more can we celebrate on this lovely Whaaingaroa day than this,” she said.

Waikato District Council’s General Manager of Service Delivery Megan May said today marked the end of a project a

government approaching us in 2019 with the suggestion of a wharf project”.

“We couldn’t have done it without the funding we received from Kaanoa Regional Economic Development and Investment Unit, and this was further supported by the Department of Internal Affairs with additional money from the Better Off Fund, as well as our partnerships with Raglan Community Board and our Iwi partners - Ngaati Maahanga, Ngaati Hourua, Tainui o Tainui, Ngaati Tahinga and Ngaati Tamainupō.”

Raglan Community Board chair Dennis Amoore said when you looked around it was amazing what you could do when you get a few people in a room who are positive and enthusiastic about making a difference. “We can achieve a lot.”

Councillor Lisa Thomson acknowledged local Simon Te Wheoro for his artwork ‘Pā Kahawai’ at the entrance. “The sculpture is a lure for manuhiri and for locals alike to come here,” she said.

The Western Walkway is the final piece of work completing the redevelopment of the Whaaingaroa Wharf and wider harbour, which started in August 2021.

There were four key projects identified by the community, which included the Pontoon Design and Build, The Whaaingaroa Wharf Structural Repair project, Whaaingaroa Harbour Strategy, and the Whaaingaroa Wharf Walkways project. The aim of the walkways project was to create a pedestrian-friendly precinct that is safer and more accessible for all ages and abilities.

The Western Walkway features a new seawall, tidal steps and terraces to improve access to water at the northern end, and a kayak ramp at the southern end where the walkway connects with the existing footpath at the end of Wallis Street.

Other significant features also include cultural and historical signboards, the ‘Pā Kahawai’ entrance sculpture, tree pits and planting and a raised pedestrian crossing at the entrance.

While the walkway is open and the new area ready for the public, the tidal stairs are still undergoing some finishing works before the fencing can be removed, this is

3
for friendly and professional advice email o ce@webbgould.co.nz also at HG Webb House, Cnr Boundary & Victoria Streets, Hamilton RAGLAN OFFICE OPEN Thursday by appointment Phone O ce: (07) 834 3311 for friendly professional advice
The Landing Now Selling rangitahi.co.nz
DTI’s specialist lawyers have extensive experience in: • Residential & Commercial Conveyancing • Property & Subdivisions • Relationship Property • Trusts, Wills & Estates • Commercial Law • Employment Law & Investigations • Education & Health Law • Charities & Not-for-Profits A TRUSTED PARTNER IN YOUR LEGAL AFFAIRS 07 282 0174 | www.dtilawyers.co.nz Raglan Office: 20 Bow Street
A karakia was held at the opening, led by Kaumatua Atutahi Riki of Ngaati Maahanga and Tainui. A sculpture by local artist Simon Te Wheoro, Pā Kahawai’ was also unveiled at the entrance.
CONTACT US TO ADVERTISE info@raglanchronicle.co.nz
Whaingaroa community members gathered to celebrate the opening of the wharf last Friday, 3 May.

ANZAC essay competitionand the winners are...

from Raglan Old School Arts Centre

The Whaingaroa Raglan Writers World (WRWW) program would like to thank all the teachers and students from Raglan Area, Te Uku and Waitetuna Schools for participating in the recent ANZAC competition for 2024 held at the Raglan Old School Arts Centre.

Everyone is a winner for participating but there was some outstanding entries which we would like to acknowledge - certificates and prizes were awarded to:

• Luca Thompson Raglan Area | Most informative poster

• Joel Doornenball Waitetuna | First Equal in Year 6

• Toby Marquand Waitetuna | First Place in Poetry Competition

• Alyssa Frank and Zelma Le Cordier Raglan Area | Poster with best visual impact

• Keisha Willoughby Raglan Area | Poster with best visual overall presentation

• Ned Quinn Waitetuna | Highly commended

• Lola Paisnel Raglan Area | Highly commended

• Max Parkes Raglan Area | First Equal in Year 6 in Fiction Category

• Ruby Olsen Raglan Area | Highly commended

• Eily Richardson Te Uku | First Place in Year 2

• Ella Davey Waitetuna | First Equal in Year 6

• Kaira Ridley Raglan Area | First in Fiction Category

• Zelma Le Cordier | Poster with best visual impact

Keep an eye out for future writing and poetry children’s workshops being planned as part of future Whaingaroa Raglan Writers World program of events.

Our next WRWW program opens Tuesday 28th May with the gallery book shop featuring books for sale from local authors, a writing support group and readers’ book group. Plus a weekend workshop over Kings Birthday weekend 1-3 June, ‘Come Together’, featuring NZ authors Tracey Slaughter, Ben Bloom, Dr Siobhan Harvey, and additional workshops from local authors Tina Shaw and Ann Neville.

For more information and to book your workshop tickets check out our website www.creativeraglan.co.nz

Junior golf coaching restarts

The sun was streaming down as were the golf clubs, balls, and giggles last week as Raglan Golf Club celebrated the start of term 2 Junior Golf Coaching.

Junior Golfers delighted in the various golf activities set out by coaches Glenn, Bob and Pete.” We always have a start up drill so that when the students arrive they have a challenging but fun activity to do. Keeping them busy and challenged is very much our coaching philosophy", quoted Bob.

Following the initial warm up it’s off for skills and drills then finally play a few holes where we can introduce some golf rules and etiquette.

Junior Golf coaching runs for eight sessions on a Tuesday afternoon from 3.30-4.30pm. There are vacancies so if you wish to enrol your child then either visit the Golf Club on a Tuesday afternoon 3.00-3.30pm or enrol via the club’s website.

Smashing start Juniors. off the tee...Pete Aim

Old School Arts Centre building project nears completion after 11 years

from Raglan Old School Arts Centre

When Raglan Old School Arts Centre committee sat down with community members in 2013 to discuss the possibility of building a new home for their increasingly popular pottery classes they had little idea they were looking at an 11-year, $560,000 project.

The project eventuated in the Art Centre’s Creative Space and Clay Shed building which is due for completion at the end of May with the installation of an accessibility lift.

The ground-floor Clay Shed now sports two kilns while the first floor Creative Space, with its stage, lighting, sound panels and tiered seating, is in demand by diverse community groups – everything from yoga classes to drama groups and the popular Live and Local music concerts.

The installation of the lift ensures no-one in the community should be excluded from the upstairs activities.

However, with spiralling costs, the project committee is again fundraising – this time for $4000 to complete lift shaft work.

Raglan Community Arts Council committee chair Rodger Gallagher said it is hoped benefactors and art lovers might consider buying a personalized fund raising brick for $300. The bricks, with the donor’s names engraved, will be permanently placed around the building.

Rodger said from its start in 2013 the building is an example of community planning backed by support from small and large donors.

“A multi-year structured funding and construction approach is then possible starting with feasibility, followed by the many hurdles arising that are necessary to jump. Finally, the reward comes in seeing our local community using the facility every day.”

The first sod of the project was turned in 2018 and the building blessed in a dawn ceremony in January 2020.

If you would like to donate to see the project to completion please go to https://www. raglanartscentre.co.nz/brick-by-brick/ or call into the Old School office on weekdays.

4 RAGLAN Chronicle

RAW on the hunt for emerging artists for The Hatch

Registrations for artists for the annual Raglan Arts Weekend (RAW) have now closed with the same amount of artists signed up as last year, but emerging talent still has a chance to enter through ‘The Hatch’.

Throughout May, those artists who consider themselves ‘new’ or ‘emerging’ will be able to apply to be a part of a group exhibition in the Town Hall over the RAW weekend. Approximately 15 artists will be selected to not only exhibit, but to receive guidance and support in their creative journeys.

“Last year’s opening at The Hatch had well over 200 people attend and it was very rewarding to see our next wave of creatives putting themselves out there, meeting potential buyers and selling their work,” says Nicky Brzeska, RAW co-ordinator since 2019. “We are very fortunate that we have Caleb Osborne running the show for us again as he brings a great inclusive energy, has an instinct for what works, and is clearly well tapped into the scene.”

The team is on the hunt for emerging artists to apply for one of the 15 spots up for grabs. “Our application process is simple and the only two requirements are that you identify with the emerging artist definition on our website, and that you live locally in the Whaingaroa area,” Caleb says. “You won’t need a huge body of work either, typically 3 to 4 larger works or 6 – 8 smaller works per artist. We are here to help our new artists by

providing a platform, exhibiting materials and guidance around promoting and exhibiting,” he adds.

Applications will be open until 31 May. Visit www.raglanartsweekend.nz and look under ‘’Emerging Artists” for the application form. For any questions, please reach out to Caleb on rawemergingartist@outlook.co.nz.

A big shout out to the team at Rangitahi Peninsula for their generous support of this event, as well as to the Waikato District Council Creative Communities for their grant.

Why has RAW called it ‘The Hatch’?

The name ‘The Hatch’ represents the process of nurturing and the incubation of new life. It’s also representative of a doorway which points to the transitioning of creative practice and experience.

Whāingaroa Raglan Water Tower Mural project and survey results

from Whaingaroa Destination Management Organisation

Acall for artists interested in creating a new mural on Raglan’s landmark water reservoir has seen an excellent response from around the motu, locally and internationally.

Project Facilitator Jacqueline Anderson says 17 expressions of interest were received and the Whāingaroa Raglan Destination Management Organisation Advisory Panel now has the tough job of selecting just five to move through to Stage Two of the selection process.

“The calibre of artists who participated in the EOI process has been exceptional and we are excited about this next stage of the project,” she says.

A community survey held last month showed 67.2% of respondents supported a fresh new mural, with 25.8% wanting to see the existing mural touched-up while 7% wanted the reservoir left in its current state.

The survey also asked for ideas for the new mural, and the key themes developed from the 270 responses are: Ocean/Water/Wai; Maunga/Mountain; Te Ao Māori; People and Community.

Keep an eye out next month, when we hope to unveil the successful artists and design.

- For further information, contact Jacqueline Anderson, Project Facilitator jacqueline@raglanihub.nz

The five short-listed artists will have until Friday, May 17 to create a concept for consideration by the panel, with the successful artist selected by early June, subject to funding approvals.

RAGLAN Chronicle 5
Kayla Bacon and her fibreglass creations. Lucid jewellery. Raglan's iconic water reservoir tower is gearing up for a new mural. The Hatch Exhibtion was held in the Town Hall at last year's arts weekend.

Raglan Junior Rugby Club Update

Raglan junior rugby club is chuffed to announce our Club day is on the 11th May from 9am12pm.

Our kids are chomping at the bit to get onto that field and give their opposing teams a run for their money.

Club day means that all our tamariki teams are playing here at home at Raglan Rugby sports club. We would love your support! There will be a sausage sizzle, raffle and our mates at Morning glory will be there to warm us up with delicious hot drinks available for purchase.

We just want to show some appreciation to those who are good to us. We are incredibly lucky to live in a community who supports and pitches in for our kiddos.

We like to ‘support our supporters’ as much as possible and it would be amazing if our community could help us with that. We give back to those who help us out wherever possible by supporting their businesses, and it all so easy, buy a beer & pie, treat yourself to a cool new hoodie or even just get your groceries at 4Square.

Cheers to Raglan Bakery for once again sponsoring our player of the day certificates. These absolute legends have humbly sponsored us forever. The kids LOVE IT.

Thank you Bowl and social at sky city for sponsoring our tackler/ripper of the day certificates. The kids will be over the moon to receive these.

Huge thank you to our friends at Raglan sign company for the ongoing support and mahi. These guys always have our backs and are always helping out.

We would like to say a huge thanks to all our team hoodie sponsors for their generosity. With the help of these magnificent people, we are able to bring the cost of our club hoodies down for all our players.

Waitomo, Rural safe, Fensin LTD, Property brokers, Wally Smiths & Mr Glass Waikato. Our kids wear these hoodies with pride and we are unbelievably thankful to these businesses for making this possible for our players.

Cheers to our main man JC and the surf emporium team for always giving us heaps of support and help.

They cover our leavers hoodies, help with club trophies, help in raffles and even with our club RJRC T-shirts and much more. Our children are privileged to grow up in a community with people like this.

Satnam and the Raglan 4 square team and Andy at Raglan Rosoi are amazing! We are always incredibly grateful for the support and the awesome player of the day prizes from these top notch people. It fills the kids buckets to see their rugby club logo hung proudly in Raglan 4 Square. These are things the kids won't forget and will always cherish.

And a massive thank you to Raglan Fish at the wharf for sponsoring our club and filling our kids bellies with some delicious Kai.

Big thank you to our club sponsors-

Bizworx consultancy, Direct tech, Matt Sweetman, Protech plumbing, The Reno guys, Waikato building relocators, Top garage Raglan, Matt and Sam Bell, The Boatshed Raglan, JP Fagan Contracting, Hunt and Gather Bee co, Hartys fishing and

Update from the Raglan Football Club

And we’re off!!! Thanks to everyone that has helped get this season started. Our club has risen by 16% this year alone.

We have teams wearing vintage shirts, we have new roles established throughout the club and committee to manage the growth. We have over 40% female players again… a huge statistic that we should all feel really proud of.

At this point in the season it normally takes a few weeks for all teams to settle in. Every team has its own mini identity; every team has its strengths and weaknesses!! Some teams like to play with a competitive edge and others turn up to enjoy their time together and up-skill collectively. Whatever form your team takes, enjoy the season and remember that Football sports psychology on a global scale is taking the form of inclusivity, participation and frequency

as being major drivers for “success”. The kids just want to PLAY.

If you have questions, reach out to the team coach, the team manager, and committee. Annette is picking up First Kicks coordination, but really, we ALL run this beast, so if you can see something that needs to be done, step-up and make it happen! Everyone in this club is a volunteer; we are a 100% volunteer-run incorporated society structure.

As we prepare for further growth we invite those in our community to step in to the largest sports club in our town and help develop the sport and the club to its best potential.

To keep up to date follow the calendar on our website, and make sure you are connected to comms through our facebook page, and your individual team messaging.

https://www.raglanfootball.nz/

hardware and as always, our good mates at Hunting and fishing Waikato.

We are spoilt to have such great people in our community. They contribute so much and we wouldn’t be able to do what we do without their help. Our little tikes are smiling ear to ear because they know their community believes in them. We are continuously blown away by the generosity and support we receive and the help never goes unnoticed. We are in the process of building life sized statues of them all at our club (just kidding, but they do deserve it).

Last but not least, I would like to say a huge thank you and give a big snuggle to our coaches, managers, committee members, volunteers, supporters and players. Without all of you, none of this greatness would happen.

6 RAGLAN Chronicle

5.99% - as good as it looks?

Financial advice and mortgage management tips with local mortgage advisors, Loan Market - award winning mortgage advisors

Mortgage advisor Brendan Brits. Contact 021 913 302 and email brendan.brits@ loanmarket.co.nz

Analready slow autumn housing market is heading into winter and NZ owned challenger bank SBS (Southland Building Society) has come out with an enticing headline mortgage rate of 5.99% in an effort to increase its market share.

On the face of it, 5.99% looks pretty good. It’s the first rate starting with a 5 that we’ve seen since July 2023 and it’s around 0.66% lower than any main bank’s published offer. When faced with rates in the mid 6’s to mid 7’s this is sure to tempt many.

However, it is a 3 year fixed rate.

Typically in NZ, the longer you fix your mortgage for the more expensive the interest rate gets. Rarely, this switches and the longer term fixed rates become cheaper than the short term rates. That’s where we are at the moment.

The last time the long term fixed rates (3, 4, 5 years) were cheaper than the short term rates (6m, 1 year, 2 years) was in 2007/2008, just before the Global Finance Crisis kicked off. A heap of NZ’ers locked in 3 - 5 year fixed rates in the high 8’s and early 9’s at that point as they were the cheapest rates. Rates then fell fairly quickly by 3% down to 6%. Those locked in on 5 year fixed rates around 9% were ‘very keen’ to get out of those high rates and into a 6 but the ‘fixed rate break fees’ were so high that for most it wasn’t worth breaking.

That’s the key here – ‘fixed rate break fees’. When you take a fixed rate in NZ, if you want to exit the rate before the fixed term is finished, you’re liable for fixed rate break fees. Most banks publish their fixed rate break fee formulas on their websites.

Mortgage advisor Brett Wood. Contact Brett on 021 886 444 email brett.wood@loanmarket. co.nz

The formulas are rather long and complicated and always have a variable which is the ‘cost of wholesale funds’ on the day you go to break your rate. Which no one can accurately forecast.

So no one can accurately forecast what a fixed rate break fee might be in the future. But a very rough rule of thumb is that if the rates have gone up from when you took the rate, there probably won’t be a break fee. If the rates have gone down from when you took your rate, there likely will be a break fee.

As no one can read the future and tell you where interest rates are going to go, if you’re considering taking a long term fixed rate such as SBS’s 3 year at 5.99% you want to be pretty sure you won’t need to break that rate before it finishes.

Having said all that, if you follow the financial news and have a view on where you think rates will head, it’s good to look at the numbers on it and compare total costs for various rates. For example, if you’re trying to decide between the 3 year 5.99% rate and a 1 year rate of 6.85%, the break even between those rates is 5.56%. That means that in 1 year’s time, if the 2 year rates are lower than 5.56% you would have been better off taking the 1 year rate then refixing for a further 2 years (to make up the total 3 years). Do you think 2 year fixed rates will be lower than 5.56% in 1 year’s time?

So yes, 5.99% is a headline grabber but there is quite a bit to consider before jumping on it. It could be a great move or it could be a decision that costs you many thousands. Of course everyone’s situation is different so seek professional advice before making a decision.

Cat Flu and Respiratory Issues

Flu is extremely common amongst humans, especially during the Winter months but did you know that this highly-contagious respiratory disease affects cats too?

Younger and much older felines are especially vulnerable to flu, with notable symptoms including constant sneezing, a runny nose, dry coughing and a sudden loss of appetite.

Pneumonia refers to inflammation of the lungs, and many of the symptoms for this pet emergency are similar to that of flu. If your pet exhibits any of these behaviours, please visit your local vet team.

Susceptible cats (kittens, elderly, immunecompromised) can get an infection by direct contact with another infected cat or by environmental exposure to objects that have been contaminated with infectious secretions, such as food and water bowls, litter boxes, toys, and bedding.

If you’ve recently acquired a kitten, please make sure you fully vaccinate, or if you have an elderly cat it may need a an annual booster to prevent disease.

While the factors driving the housing market activity have shifted with the seasons, there’s one thing you can count on. With a unique blend of expertise, international networks and a suite of innovative marketing tools, Bayleys is the agency for all your property needs.

Residential, commercial, rural and lifestyle – we deliver the best results. Get in touch:

Mark Frost 022 150 2244

mark.frost@bayleys.co.nz

Graham Rope 021 222 7427 graham.rope@bayleys.co.nz

/ Commercial /

Michelle O’Byrne 021 969 878 michelle.obyrne@bayleys.co.nz

Stephen O’Byrne 021 969 848 stephen.obyrne@bayleys.co.nz

RAGLAN Chronicle 7
Animal Health Column WITH
Anexa, 40 Bow Str eet, Raglan P: 07 825 8390
Brendan Brits
ANEXA VETS
Residential
Rural
Property Services
/
REALTY LTD, BAYLEYS, LICENSED UNDER THE REA ACT 2008
SUCCESS

So Floral: Making It Work

Meet Sophia, the owner of So Floral. Creator of earthy, unique and creative floral pieces.

We love the supportive, creative community of Raglan and we are always interested in meeting people who are making their businesses and lifestyles work to suit our small-town living.

Sophia specialises in NZ grown flowers, both fresh and dried. You may have seen her dried flower work around town or complementing the interiors of some of our beautiful homes in Rangitahi! Sophia uses flowers as a form of art and is passionate about sharing her knowledge - whether it be to her lovely customers buying individual bouquets, or to groups of enthusiastic audiences in the workshops.

We spoke to Sophia about why she chose to live in Raglan, and how she has created a successful business in our thriving town.

"I was wanting to move back to NZ for the last few years. We visited last February and fell in love with Raglan's charm. The surf is definitely one of the main reasons and we loved the community feel and holistic lifestyle it had to offer."

Sophia has been based in Raglan for the past 12 months. With the economic challenges which we have all been facing, we were keen to hear about how she is adapting

what I may need. I have become good at improvising!! We do find NZ so expensive compared to Australia, but we have planted and grown veggies which is also so rewarding and what I really missed about NZ."

"We are taking on more local workshops and will focus more on our DIY online courses which are accessible to anyone with a postal address."

"We also sell pre-made designs and do custom designs and styling. Weddings will become more of a focus next season. Raglan is definitely a spot for intimate weddings which I love."

Sophia began her studies in Hawke’s Bay, then continued her education in Sydney at Pearsons School of Floristry. "I’ve always loved creativity and nature, so it was the perfect career for me. I guess it’s in my DNA too… my Grandma was a florist and had her own shop and also Mum used to make wreaths and love dried flowers."

You can see Sophia during the week at the Tiny Shop in Raglan town centre and hear all about what she has to offer. You can even create something beautiful in the comfort of your own home - her workshops are fun to do for birthdays, hens parties, dinner parties or whichever occasion you wish to celebrate.

And if you decorate your home with any of her beautiful creations, be sure to share photos with us - we would love to see them!

8
The Landing Now Selling rangitahi.co.nz
Sophia from So Floral.
RAGLAN Chronicle 9 Our friendly team are here to help with any queries 07 847 9089 ext 3 | Forlongs 6 Rawhiti Street, Frankton Trading Hours: Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm | Saturday 9am - 4pm | Sunday Closed | www.forlongs.co.nz NZ Made Bed Free Delivery service to Raglan on Thursday* *See forlongs.co.nz/service/delivery for our free delivery area. Single NOW $1,370 King Single NOW $1,440 Double NOW $1,550 Queen NOW $1,615 King NOW $1,950 Super King NOW $2,140 Single NOW $2,250 King Single NOW $2,330 Double NOW $2,470 Queen NOW $2,610 King NOW $2,990 Super King NOW $3,200 Cali King NOW $3,600 Single NOW $3,099 King Single NOW $3,250 Double NOW $3,530 Queen NOW $3,599 King NOW $3,970 Super King NOW $4,199 Cali King NOW $4,890 Single NOW $3,199 King Single NOW $3,410 Double NOW $3,850 Queen NOW $3,930 King NOW $4,300 Super King NOW $4,490 Cali King NOW $5,250 Double NOW $2,050 Queen NOW $2,160 King NOW $2,560 Super King NOW $2,750 FREE SHEET SET with bed purchase* *T&C’s apply see forlongs.co.nz RETREAT FIRM DORMICOOL PILLOW TOP BODY SUPPORTER CT RESILIENCE BODY SUPPORTER PLUSH CT SALE Cooling gel & bamboo fabric Greater strength springs Affordable, firm support Like sleeping on a cloud Our softest bed

RAGLAN Pond Road Spectacular Lifestyle

fully fenced with power to the gate, and with newly formed tarsealed and tree-lined shared driveway. Purchasers have the opportunity to make an offer on the section of their choice, with exceptional views and great location.

to protect your investment, fully fenced with power to the gate, and with newly formed tarsealed and tree-lined shared driveway. Purchasers have the opportunity to make an offer on the section of their choice, with exceptional views and great location.

Situated in a popular location is a blank canvas for you to create your dream home. The three sections of approx 8000m² are covenanted to protect your investment, fully fenced with power to the gate, and with newly formed tarsealed and tree-lined shared driveway. Purchasers have the opportunity to make an offer on the section of their choice, with exceptional views and great location.

RAGLAN 162 Checkley Road

Modern Country Living

Richard

Richard Thomson M 027 294 8625 E richard.thomson@pggwrightson.co.nz

Step inside the beautiful two-bedroom dwelling and enjoy the natural light that fills the spacious,

and

This 91ha ex-forestry block has been recently fenced and returned to pasture, grazing sheep and cattle. There are multiple potential building platforms with views forever that have great access from the newly created forestry road and approx 10ha of mature native bush with excellent hunting and bush walks. The dwelling consists of a 1980's caravan that has been incorporated into

Great

pggwre.co.nz/HAM39009

Richard Thomson M 027 294 8625 E richard.thomson@pggwrightson.co.nz

Richard Thomson M 027 294 8625 E richard.thomson@pggwrightson.co.nz

Richard Thomson M 027 294 8625 E richard.thomson@pggwrightson.co.nz

Richard Thomson M 027 294 8625 E richard.thomson@pggwrightson.co.nz

pggwre.co.nz/HAM36981

Charming

This

RAGLAN 104 Te Papatapu Road Work From

This

Richard Thomson M 027 294 8625 E richard.thomson@pggwrightson.co.nz

RAGLAN

Bare Land for Sale

Five sections, 9A, 9B, 9C, 61 and 93 Pond Road, 6,000 - 8,000m², asking $600k

• 375 Okete Road, 8,000m2, price by negotiation

•3956A State Highway 23, 8,002m², asking $750K

•565 Okete Road, 8,004m², asking $850K

•3578B State Highway 23, 8,021m², asking $490K

•1517 Whaanga Road, 8,025m², asking $650K

Two sections, 201 Checkley Road, 8,000m² and 1.6ha, asking $750k

•1597 Whaanga Road, 1.1007ha, asking $890K

•116 Maungatawhiri Road, 1.3164ha, asking $799K

• 201 Pond Road, 7.498ha, asking $900K

•154 Hills Road, 10.825ha, asking $2M

•646 Te

Road, 15.0492ha, asking $1.2M

pggwre.co.nz/staff/richard-thomson/current-listings/

Richard Thomson

E richard.thomson@pggwrightson.co.nz M 027 294 8625

10 RAGLAN Chronicle PGG Wrightson Real Estate Limited, licensed under REAA 2008 Helping grow the country pggwre.co.nz/HAM39009 RAGLAN 162 Checkley Road Modern Country Living Step inside the beautiful two-bedroom dwelling and enjoy the natural light that fills the spacious, open-plan living areas. The functional layout makes good use of space. This home is ideal for couples or families seeking rural tranquility. This 9,400m² property boasts a large shed and additional room for a workshop, garden storage and tack room as well as a solar-powered energy system. 2 1 2 $1.095M GST Inclusive VIEW By Appointment Only pggwre.co.nz/HAM38365 RAGLAN 34 Manukau Road Elevated Sunny Section This well positioned elevated section of 607m2 with great views and all day sun is an ideal location to build your dream home. This is an opportunity to own a residential section with few covenants to restrict your build, keeping costs down! The section has connections to town water, town sewage and fast fibre. Geotech report is available, call Richard Thomson today. $375,000 GST Inclusive VIEW By Appointment Only pggwre.co.nz/HAM39104 RAGLAN 77 Wallis Street Best Views in Raglan This three-bedroom home offers an incredible opportunity to enjoy a holiday lifestyle all year. Two bathrooms, one upstairs and one downstairs offer convenience and comfort. The downstairs area is set up as a studio unit, complete with a lounge, kitchenette, and a bedroom. The partially fenced section spans 794m² and has stunning water views as well as private access to the wharf. 4 2 2 $1.479M GST Inclusive VIEW By Appointment Only pggwre.co.nz/HAM38610 WHATAWHATA 45 Ferguson Road Escape City Living Here This lovely parcel of bare land presents an opportunity to set the foundation for your dream lifestyle. With a 5,062m² flat contour, this property is a perfect canvas, and provides ample space for landscaping, outdoor entertainment areas, and recreational activities. Located just 3km from Whatawhata and 11km from Dinsdale Shopping Centre, this property boasts a prime position within a scenic rural area. $699,000 GST Inclusive VIEW By Appointment Only pggwre.co.nz/HAM38732
RAGLAN 697 Maungatawhiri Road
1950's
Home with Acreage
charming 1950's weatherboard home has been recently relocated to this site with two bedrooms, two bathrooms, an outdoor entertainment area and ample space for a small family or a couple. Be captivated by the amazing rural outlook. The rolling contour of the land is ideal for livestock, grazing, horses, and more. There is a round barn to store equipment, and a vast 16.34ha to bring your dreams to life. 2 2 $1.45M Plus GST (if any) VIEW By Appointment Only pggwre.co.nz/HAM38717
Home
modern three-bedroom, two-bathroom home is perfect for a family, it boasts both style and comfort in its design. The land is perfect for lifestyle living at just under 7,500m2 and currently fenced into three paddocks. The surrounding area is all farmland, offering views and privacy. The large shed is a great asset
is set up for almost any commercial food business with a compliant commercial kitchen. 3 2 $1.19M GST Inclusive VIEW By Appointment Only RURAL | LIFESTYLE | RESIDENTIAL
Thomson
294 8625 E
and
Richard
M 027
richard.thomson@pggwrightson.co.nz
PGG Wrightson Real Estate Limited, licensed under REAA 2008 Helping grow the country pggwre.co.nz/HAM39627 NEW LISTING
RAGLAN Te Papatapu Road Take Your Pick!
DEADLINE PRIVATE TREATY (Unless Sold Prior) Closes 4.00pm, Wednesday 5 June VIEW By Appointment Only pggwre.co.nz/HAM38694
a modern holiday home. 1 1 $1.5M Plus GST (if any) VIEW By Appointment Only
open-plan living
functional
space. This home
ideal
couples
families seeking rural tranquility.
property
a large shed
additional room for a workshop, garden storage
tack room as well
solar-powered energy system. 2 1 2 $1.095M GST Inclusive pggwre.co.nz/HAM36981
areas. The
layout makes good use of
is
for
or
This 9,400m²
boasts
and
and
as a
WAITETUNA 12B Bush View Drive Solitude, Serenity and Space
views, elevation
sunny lifestyle
await you here, up a quiet lane 3km from the Waitetuna community. The 302m² modern, open plan home has strong architectural lines and makes a statement with full height windows and sunken living areas. The internal access double garage and lockable barn with power allow for hobbies, car collecting or a workshop area. 4 2 2 PRICE BY NEGOTIATION GST Inclusive VIEW By Appointment Only pggwre.co.nz/HAM38717 RAGLAN 104 Te Papatapu Road Work From Home This modern three-bedroom, two-bathroom home is perfect for a family, it boasts both style and comfort in its design. The land is perfect for lifestyle living at just under 7,500m2 and currently fenced into three paddocks. The surrounding area is all farmland, offering views and privacy. The large shed is a great asset and is set up for almost any commercial food business with a compliant commercial kitchen. 3 2 $1.19M GST Inclusive By Appointment Only pggwre.co.nz/HAM39104 RAGLAN 77 Wallis Street Best Views in Raglan This three-bedroom home offers an incredible opportunity to enjoy a holiday lifestyle all year. Two bathrooms, one upstairs and one downstairs offer convenience and comfort. The downstairs area is set up as a studio unit, complete with a lounge, kitchenette, and a bedroom. The partially fenced section spans 794m² and has stunning water views as well as private access to the wharf. 4 2 2 $1.479M GST Inclusive By Appointment Only RURAL|LIFESTYLE|RESIDENTIAL Richard Thomson M 027 294 8625 E richard.thomson@pggwrightson.co.nz Richard Thomson M 027 294 8625 E richard.thomson@pggwrightson.co.nz Richard Thomson M 027 294 8625 E richard.thomson@pggwrightson.co.nz Richard Thomson M 027 294 8625 E richard.thomson@pggwrightson.co.nz
and a
on a 2.41ha section imbued with nature
Thomson M
294 8625 E
Richard Thomson M 027 294 8625 E richard.thomson@pggwrightson.co.nz PGG Wrightson Real Estate Limited, licensed under REAA 2008 Helping grow the country pggwre.co.nz/HAM39627 NEW LISTING RAGLAN Te Papatapu Road Take Your Pick! Situated in a popular location is a blank canvas for you to create your dream home. The three sections of approx 8000m² are covenanted
DEADLINE PRIVATE TREATY (Unless Sold Prior) Closes 4.00pm, Wednesday 5 June VIEW By Appointment Only pggwre.co.nz/HAM38694 RAGLAN Pond Road Spectacular Lifestyle
91ha ex-forestry block has been recently fenced and returned to pasture, grazing sheep and cattle.
potential building
views forever that
great access
the newly created forestry road
mature native bush
excellent hunting
bush walks.
dwelling consists of a 1980's caravan
has
into a modern holiday home. 1 1 $1.5M Plus GST (if any) VIEW By Appointment Only pggwre.co.nz/HAM39009 RAGLAN 162 Checkley Road Modern Country Living Step inside the beautiful two-bedroom dwelling and enjoy the natural light that fills the spacious, open-plan living areas. The functional layout makes good use of space. This home
ideal for couples
families seeking rural tranquility.
property boasts a large shed and additional room for a workshop, garden storage
tack room as well
a solar-powered energy system. 2 1 2 $1.095M GST Inclusive VIEW By Appointment Only pggwre.co.nz/HAM36981 WAITETUNA 12B Bush View Drive Solitude, Serenity and Space Great views, elevation and a sunny lifestyle on a 2.41ha section imbued with nature await you here, up a quiet lane 3km from the Waitetuna community. The 302m² modern, open plan home has strong architectural lines and makes a statement with full height windows and sunken living areas. The internal access double garage and lockable barn with power allow for hobbies, car collecting or a workshop area. 4 2 2 PRICE BY NEGOTIATION GST Inclusive VIEW By Appointment Only pggwre.co.nz/HAM38717 RAGLAN 104 Te Papatapu Road Work From Home This modern three-bedroom, two-bathroom home is perfect for a family, it boasts both style and comfort in its design. The land is perfect for lifestyle living at just under 7,500m2 and currently fenced into three paddocks. The surrounding area is all farmland, offering views and privacy. The large shed is a great asset and is set up for almost any commercial food business with a compliant commercial kitchen. 3 2 $1.19M GST Inclusive VIEW By Appointment Only pggwre.co.nz/HAM39104 RAGLAN 77 Wallis Street Best Views in Raglan This three-bedroom home offers an incredible opportunity to enjoy a holiday lifestyle all year. Two bathrooms, one upstairs and one downstairs offer convenience and comfort. The downstairs area is set up as a studio unit, complete with a lounge, kitchenette, and a bedroom. The partially fenced section spans 794m² and has stunning water views as well as private access to the wharf. 4 2 2 $1.479M GST Inclusive VIEW By Appointment Only RURAL|LIFESTYLE|RESIDENTIAL Richard Thomson M 027 294 8625 E richard.thomson@pggwrightson.co.nz Richard Thomson M 027 294 8625 E richard.thomson@pggwrightson.co.nz Richard Thomson M 027 294 8625 E richard.thomson@pggwrightson.co.nz Richard Thomson M 027 294 8625 E richard.thomson@pggwrightson.co.nz Richard Thomson M 027 294 8625 E richard.thomson@pggwrightson.co.nz Richard Thomson M 027 294 8625 E richard.thomson@pggwrightson.co.nz PGG Wrightson Real Estate Limited, licensed under REAA 2008 Helping grow the country pggwre.co.nz/HAM39627 NEW LISTING RAGLAN Te Papatapu Road Take Your Pick!
in a popular location is a blank canvas for you to create your dream home. The three sections of approx 8000m² are covenanted to protect your investment,
DEADLINE PRIVATE TREATY (Unless Sold Prior) Closes 4.00pm, Wednesday 5 June VIEW By Appointment Only pggwre.co.nz/HAM38694 RAGLAN Pond Road Spectacular Lifestyle
91ha ex-forestry block has been recently fenced and returned to pasture, grazing sheep and cattle. There are multiple potential building platforms
views forever that
great access
newly created forestry road
native bush
excellent hunting
bush walks.
dwelling consists of a 1980's caravan
has been incorporated into a modern holiday home. 1 1 $1.5M Plus GST (if any) VIEW By Appointment Only pggwre.co.nz/HAM39009 RAGLAN 162 Checkley Road Modern Country Living Step inside the beautiful two-bedroom dwelling and enjoy the natural light that fills the spacious, open-plan living areas. The functional layout makes good use of space. This home is ideal for
rural
property
large shed
additional
workshop, garden storage
tack room
2 1 2 $1.095M GST Inclusive VIEW By Appointment Only
027
richard.thomson@pggwrightson.co.nz
This
There are multiple
platforms with
have
from
and approx 10ha of
with
and
The
that
been incorporated
is
or
This 9,400m²
and
as
Situated
This
with
have
from the
and approx 10ha of mature
with
The
that
couples or families seeking
tranquility. This 9,400m²
boasts a
and
room for a
and
as well as a solar-powered energy system.
WAITETUNA 12B Bush View Drive Solitude, Serenity and Space Great views, elevation and a sunny lifestyle on a 2.41ha section imbued with nature await you here, up a quiet lane 3km from the Waitetuna community. The 302m² modern, open plan home has strong architectural lines and makes a statement with full height windows and sunken living areas. The internal access double garage and lockable barn with power allow for hobbies, car collecting or a workshop area. 4 2 2 PRICE BY NEGOTIATION GST Inclusive VIEW By Appointment Only pggwre.co.nz/HAM38717 RAGLAN 104 Te Papatapu Road Work From Home This modern three-bedroom, two-bathroom home is perfect for a family, it boasts both style and comfort in its design. The land is perfect for lifestyle living at just under 7,500m2 and currently fenced into three paddocks. The surrounding area is all farmland, offering views and privacy. The large shed is a great asset and is set up for almost any commercial food business with a compliant commercial kitchen. 3 2 $1.19M GST Inclusive VIEW By Appointment Only pggwre.co.nz/HAM39104 RAGLAN 77 Wallis Street Best Views in Raglan This three-bedroom home offers an incredible opportunity to enjoy a holiday lifestyle all year. Two bathrooms, one upstairs and one downstairs offer convenience and comfort. The downstairs area is set up as a studio unit, complete with a lounge, kitchenette, and a bedroom. The partially fenced section spans 794m² and has stunning water views as well as private access to the wharf. 4 2 2 $1.479M GST Inclusive VIEW By Appointment Only RURAL|LIFESTYLE|RESIDENTIAL Richard Thomson M 027 294 8625 E richard.thomson@pggwrightson.co.nz Richard Thomson M 027 294 8625 E richard.thomson@pggwrightson.co.nz
Richard Thomson - M 027 294 8625, E richard.thomson@pggwrightson.co.nz
Richard Thomson M 027 294 8625 E richard.thomson@pggwrightson.co.nz Richard Thomson M 027 294 8625 E richard.thomson@pggwrightson.co.nz Richard Thomson M 027 294 8625 E richard.thomson@pggwrightson.co.nz
Mata
FOR SALE VIEW By Appointment Only
Modern Country Living Step inside the beautiful two-bedroom dwelling and enjoy the natural light that fills the spacious, open-plan living areas. The functional layout makes good use of space. This home is ideal for couples or families seeking rural tranquility. This 9,400m² property boasts a large shed and additional room for a workshop, garden storage and tack room as well as a solar-powered energy system. 2 1 2 $1.095M GST Inclusive VIEW By Appointment Only 34 Manukau Road Elevated Sunny Section well positioned elevated section of 607m2 with great views and all day sun is an ideal location to build your dream home. This is an opportunity to own a residential section with few covenants to restrict your build, keeping costs down! The section has connections to town water, town sewage and fast fibre. Geotech report is available, call Richard Thomson today. $375,000 GST Inclusive VIEW By Appointment Only 77 Wallis Street Best Views in Raglan This three-bedroom home offers an incredible opportunity to enjoy a holiday lifestyle all year. Two bathrooms, one upstairs and one downstairs offer convenience and comfort. The downstairs area is set up as a studio unit, complete with a lounge, kitchenette, and a bedroom. The partially fenced section spans 794m² and has stunning water views as well as private access to the wharf. VIEW By Appointment Only WHATAWHATA 45 Ferguson Road Escape City Living Here This lovely parcel of bare land presents an opportunity to set the foundation for your dream lifestyle. With a 5,062m² flat contour, this property is a perfect canvas, and provides ample space for landscaping, outdoor entertainment areas, and recreational activities. Located just 3km from Whatawhata and 11km from Dinsdale Shopping Centre, this property boasts a prime position within a scenic rural area. $699,000 GST Inclusive VIEW By Appointment Only Maungatawhiri Road Charming 1950's Home with Acreage charming 1950's weatherboard home has been recently relocated to this site with two bedrooms, two bathrooms, an outdoor entertainment area and ample space for a small family or a couple. Be captivated by the amazing rural outlook. The rolling contour of the land is ideal for livestock, grazing, horses, and more. There is a round barn to store equipment, and a vast 16.34ha to bring your dreams to life. Plus GST (if any) VIEW By Appointment Only
Work From Home modern three-bedroom, two-bathroom home is perfect for a family, it boasts both style and comfort in its design. The land is perfect for lifestyle living at just under 7,500m2 and currently fenced into three paddocks. The surrounding area is all farmland, offering views and privacy. The large shed is a great asset and is set up for almost any commercial food business with a compliant commercial kitchen. $1.19M VIEW By Appointment Only RURAL | LIFESTYLE | RESIDENTIAL
162 Checkley Road 104 Te Papatapu Road

The vendors have discovered their perfect home, are highly motivated, and have set a definitive timeline - making it imperative to view this property at your earliest convenience! Crafted by the award - winning Anthem Homes and meticulously refined by its current owners, this one-year-old residence can be your forever home, a lock-and-leave haven, or a lucrative rental investment. Archhitecturally designed for seamless living, this quality home revolves around the 2.7m stud, open-plan living area and a well appointed kitchen.

A blank canvas awaiting your creative touch - this elevated, north facing 568sqm near flat site, offers an exceptional opportunity for you to craft the home and lifestyle you’ve always envisioned. With expansive views to Mount Karioi, the golf course and inner harbour with its ever-changing moods and tides, your home can be orientated to capture breath-taking vistas from every vantage point.

This outstanding property offers an excellent lock-up-and-leave opportunity, making it

for those seeking a low-maintenance lifestyle or looking for an ideal retirement or first home. Situated in an ideal location, this townhouse boasts a stunning north-facing aspect with expansive views overlooking the harbour and beyond. This home will be sold fully furnished, making it the perfect opportunity to move in seamlessly and start enjoying the unique lifestyle Raglan has to offer.

RAGLAN Chronicle 11 Connect to Waikato buyers with Lodge Jono Hutson Residential & Lifestyle Sales jonoh@lodge.co.nz 021 488 766 107
2 1 2 1 1 1 3 2
Rangitahi Road, Raglan
Price $1,099,000
12 Rerekahu Street, Raglan Price Deadline sale (Unless sold prior) - Tuesday 21st May 2024 25E Violet Street, Raglan
perfect
Nestled
delightful private setting
9734m2
Price $629,000 568m2 9734m2
Price By Negotiation
708
Maungatawhiri Road, Raglan
on Maungatawhiri Road you will discover this hidden gem offering a
and overlooking beautiful rural land. With the title recently subdivided it offers purchasers a
freehold section that’s ready to go. Marketed by Blair Pointon

49B

Capture

Open Homes

this weekend with Ray White Raglan

Saturday 11 May

11.00 - 11.45am 26 Main Road, Raglan

- 11.45am 49B Wallis Street, Raglan

- 12.45pm 21 Upper Wainui Road, Raglan

- 12.45pm 18 Taipari Avenue, Raglan

- 12.45pm 16 Rangitahi Road, Raglan

- 12.45pm 11 Primrose Street, Raglan

1.00 - 1.45pm 16 Calvert Road, Raglan By Negotiation 1.00 - 1.45pm 5B Sunshine Rise, Raglan $1.69m 1.00 - 1.45pm 33 Nihinihi Avenue, Raglan Auction 2.00 - 2.45pm 4A Opotoru Road, Raglan By Negotiation 2.00 - 2.45pm 21 Bayview Road, Raglan By Negotiation 3.00 - 3.45pm 1 Lorenzen Bay Road, Raglan

Sunday 12 May

11.00 - 11.45am 26 Main Road, Raglan $850,000 11.00 - 11.45am 102B Greenslade Road, Raglan $1.63m 12.00 - 12.45pm 28 Upper Wainui Road, Raglan $949,000 12.00 - 12.45pm 15 Tutchen Avenue, Raglan $1.5m

12.00 - 12.45pm 33 Nihinihi Avenue, Raglan Auction 1.00 - 1.45pm 38 Lorenzen Bay Road, Raglan $880,000 1.00 - 1.45pm 1068A Old Mountain Road, Raglan $1.175m 1.00 - 1.45pm 16 Calvert Road, Raglan By Negotiation

2.00 - 2.45pm 49B Wallis Street, Raglan $935,000 2.00 - 2.45pm 3/25 Rangitahi Road, Raglan $925,000 2.00 - 2.45pm 42 Kaitoke Street, Raglan By Negotiation

3.00 - 3.45pm 57 Hills Road, Raglan $2.3m

3.00 - 3.45pm 18 Taipari Avenue, Raglan $1.48m

12 RAGLAN Chronicle
Rosetown Realty Ltd Licensed (REAA 2008) FOR SALE
rwraglan.co.nz/RAG30422
Wallis Street, Raglan
cosy
bedroom cottage,
furnished, selling with
furniture included. Watch
children swim,
enjoy the water activity
harbour from
north facing decking,
sunporch.
For Sale $935,000 View Saturday 11 May, 11.00 - 11.45am Sunday 12 May, 2.00 - 2.45pm Julie Hanna 027 441 8964 julie.hanna@raywhite.com 1 3 1 1 Open Home 1012sqm rwraglan.co.nz/RAG30423 Rosetown Realty Ltd Licensed (REAA 2008) FOR SALE 102B Greenslade Road, Raglan The setting provides a peaceful haven amidst natural beauty. Peace and tranquility and the offer of moonlight bay swimming, paddle boarding and fishing at the bottom of your garden. The house is freshly decorated and thoughtfully laid out with separate areas to capture all moods and occasions. A completely separate self contained apartment with its own entrance is located downstairs for income opportunity. For Sale $1.630m View Sunday 12 May, 11.00 - 11.45am Julie Hanna 027 441 8964 julie.hanna@raywhite.com 3 4 3 3 Open Home 6656sqm rwraglan.co.nz/RAG30409 Rosetown Realty Ltd Licensed (REAA 2008) FOR SALE 1068A Old Mountain Road, Raglan With a setting offering peace and tranquility this lifestyle property offers so much with a peaceful atmosphere for living your best life. Four bedrooms, master ensuite, two lounges, open plan kitchen with modern appliances, internal access double garage. Large four bay implement shed with three phase power, two fenced paddocks and one partially fenced, stream and waterfall on the boundary. For Sale $1.175m View Sunday 12 May, 1.00 - 1.45pm 2 4 2 2 2 Julie Hanna 027 441 8964 julie.hanna@raywhite.com Amber Jesson 022 169 7537 amber.jesson@raywhite.com P.A. to Julie Hanna Open Home
the romance of yesteryear. Located in popular Wallis Street. A
three
tastefully
all
the
and
on the
your
and the
Located just a few minutes walk to town and cafes. The Raglan wharf is down the road. Currently operating as Airbnb.
$850,000 11.00
$935,000 12.00
Auction 12.00
$1.48m 12.00
$1.9m 12.00
$1.395m
$1.88m

A

RAGLAN Chronicle 13 2.6ha rwraglan.co.nz/RAG30428 Rosetown Realty Ltd Licensed (REAA 2008) AUCTION 21 Upper Wainui Road, Raglan
court forced sale presents an opportunity to secure your dream lifestyle in Raglan - this could be the best opportunity on the market. A huge 2.6ha (approx) of elevated, north-facing, freehold land with expansive views and a two bedroom house with separate sleepout and large garage. A field leads down through native bush to a well established orchard, bordered by a stream. Auction To be held 17 May at 12.00pm at Ray White Raglan office, 21 Bow Street View by appointment or advertised open homes Final Notice Blair Hanna 021 0200 8282 blair.hanna@raywhite.com Yana Pemberton 021 183 0479 yana.pemberton@raywhite.com 1 2 1 1 1184sqm rwraglan.co.nz/RAG30437 Rosetown Realty Ltd Licensed (REAA 2008) FOR SALE 72A Upper Wainui Road, Raglan Discover a rare opportunity to own 1184sqm (approx) of land bordering a beautiful reserve. Nestled amidst native bush, this tranquil retreat offers endless possibilities and the freedom to build your ideal home without restrictive covenants, allowing you to embrace the coastal lifestyle fully. One of the few remaining sections on Upper Wainui Road. For Sale $600,000 View by appointment Blair Hanna 021 0200 8282 blair.hanna@raywhite.com Yana Pemberton 021 183 0479 yana.pemberton@raywhite.com 450sqm rwraglan.co.nz/RAG30362 Rosetown Realty Ltd Licensed (REAA 2008) FOR SALE 104 Omahina Street, Raglan This section must sell - make an offer! This gently elevated section of 450sqm (approx) is situated in a pretty lane close to the water and offers a great building site with great mountain views. Come walk around and feel the tranquility. For Sale $419,000 View by appointment Melanie Carroll 021 760 468 melanie.carroll@raywhite.com Boundary indication only Concept house (artist impression) rwraglan.co.nz/RAG30370 Rosetown Realty Ltd Licensed (REAA 2008) FOR SALE 11 Primrose Street, Raglan SERIOUSLY FOR SALE - BIG PRICE REDUCTION • Master bedroom plus ensuite • Two other large bedrooms • Large study • Water views from every room • Expansive shaded deck • Very modern new build • Heaps of parking and storage For Sale $1.395m REDUCED View Saturday 11 May, 12.00 - 12.45pm Melanie Carroll 021 760 468 melanie.carroll@raywhite.com 2 3 1 3 1 Open Home

RAGLAN ENGINEERING LTD

& other tyres BOC gas

E:raglanengineering@xtra.co.nz

SUPPLIES

PLUMBING

The businesses and individuals advertising in the Raglan Chronicle are participating not only to promote their businesses, but to show their support for our community paper – so be sure to tell them you saw them in the Raglan Chronicle.

Local businesses are the foundation of our communityand they make it possible for us to bring the Raglan Chronicle to you.

14 RAGLAN Chronicle Recycling landfill and Skip bins for hire Kāhu's Nest reuse shop Wood & metal yard Compost & mulch sales green waste drop off HOURS: Weekdays: 12:30 - 5pm Weekends: 10am - 5pm CONNECT: (07) 825 6509 @xtremezerowaste Raglan Resource Recovery Centre www xtremezerowaste org nz scaffolding For all your scaffolding requirements Ph: 0800 655 655 or email: admin@raglanscaffolding.co.nz. sewing waterblasting Paling | Post & Rail Picket | Pool Fencing Gates | Retaining Walls | Decks fencing Phone John on 021 2638698 autogates@live.com www.thegateandfenceco.com Wood Steel and Aluminium fencing Retaining | Automation The Gate and Fence Co. Ltd Locally owned and operated. Made to order gates flooring PLUMBING Specialising in New Builds, Maintenance and Drainlaying. Nick Heasman Phone: 021 058 2140 Email: onpointraglan@gmail.com onpointplumbing.co.nz PROPERTY MAINTENANCE 027 767 5379 nate@skilledmaintenance.co.nz www.skilledmaintenance.co.nz Aluminium windows, doors & hardware Glass • Decks and alterations NATE’S RATES ON ALL HOME MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS, INCLUDING: RECYCLING/MINISKIPS HOURS Monday - Friday 12.30pm – 5.00pm Saturday & Sunday 10.00am – 5.00pm No drop offs after 4.30pm please ROOFING ARBORISTS TR EE SERVICES • Felling & removal • Fully insured • Hedge trimming • Pruning, shaping, thinning • Stump grinding newleaftreeservices.co.nz matt@newleaftreeservices.co.nz ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNERS • NEW DESIGNS, ALTERATIONS & ADD • RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL • DRAFTING SERVICES BUILDERS Christie Carpentry hOUse BUiLDer anD renOVatOrs CONCRETE SERVICES 021 734 356 | contact@savvyconstruction.co.nz WWW.SAVVYCONSTRUCTION.CO.NZ CONCRETE SERVICES Concrete Cutter Phone Rob Short 0274 846 124 or A/H 825 0246 Windows • Doorways • Hole Drilling Decorative Cutting • Expansion Joints Kerb Crossings • Cowshed Alterations Removal of Concrete Structures etc Floor Sawing and Grinding ENGINEERING RAGLAN ENGINEERING LTD Contact Peter on 825-8486 or see him 8am-5pm at 2 Park Drive, Raglan RaglanEngineeringAd.indd 1 4/10/07 3:17:13 PM Agents for: Honda Power Equipment Ryco Hydraulics/Fittings Kumho/Hankook/Cooper & other tyres BOC gas E:raglanengineering@xtra.co.nz ELECTRICIANS/HEATING 027 4979 116 or 07 825 0214 FENCING • POOL FENCES • AUTOMATICGATES • SECURITY FENCE • BALUSTRADES Contact for FREE QUOTE RAGLAN AUTOGATES autogates@live.com mobile 021 263 8698 FENCING FLOORING LANDSCAPE SUPPLIES Builders Mix • Cement • Firewood Drainage Metals • PVC Pipe • Novaflo Pea Metal • Sand • Pavers • Compost Fertiliser store • Pea Straw • Hay Bales Barks • Mulch • Chook Chow TOPSOIL • RAILWAY SLEEPERS Plant Nursery • Truck Deliveries Free Customer Loan Trailers HIRE EQUIPMENT: Compacter Concrete Mixer • Post Hole Borer find us on facebook! PLUMBING
trades
SUPPORT OUR SUPPORTERS! The businesses and individuals advertising in the Raglan Chronicle are participating not only to promote their businesses, but to show their support for our community paper – so be sure to tell them you saw them in the Raglan Chronicle. Local businesses are the foundation of our communityand they make it possible for us to bring the Raglan Chronicle to you. OPEN 7 DAYS glass landscaping supplies Builders Mix • Cement • Firewood Drainage Metals • PVC Pipe • Novaflo Pea Metal • Sand • Pavers • Compost Fertiliser store • Pea Straw • Hay Bales Barks • Mulch • Chook Chow TOPSOIL • RAILWAY SLEEPERS Plant Nursery • Truck Deliveries Free Customer Loan Trailers HIRE EQUIPMENT: Compacter Concrete Mixer • Post Hole Borer find us on facebook! plumbing 45 Bow Street, Raglan • Low Cost Counselling • Free Budget Service • Drop-in Lounge • OpShop • Rooms for Hire • Justice of the Peace • Alcohol and Drug Services • Youth Programs • Information Technology Support Please contact us for more information Ph: 825 8142 info@raglancommunityhouse.org.nz www.raglancommunityhouse.org.nz diggers/earthmovers drainage Customised Cost Effective Solutions Residential & Commercial Drainage Water Supply Pumps, Tanks & Systems Wastewater & Stormwater Solutions Sitework Excavation & Preparation Tipper Truck Digger & Operator for Hire Raglan Based Registered Certifying Drainlayers deanblaikie@dcdrainagecivil com electrical Need an Electrician? Call us Now! Over 30 Year’s Experience in the Electrical Industry 07 825 8198 027 546 7222 100% Locally owned & Operated GUARANTEE arborist TR EE SERVICES • Felling & removal • Fully insured • Hedge trimming • Pruning, shaping, thinning • Stump grinding newleaftreeservices.co.nz matt@newleaftreeservices.co.nz automotive builders Christie Carpentry hOUse BUiLDer anD renOVatOrs paul & robyn Christie tel: (07) 825 8366 paul: 021 188 0447 - robyn: 021 177 5201 199c te papatapu road, rD2 te Mata, raglan email: patandbob@xtra.co.nz concrete services 18 RAGLAN Chronicle Phone: 021 058 2140 Email: onpointraglan@gmail.com onpointplumbing.co.nz PROPERTY MAINTENANCE 027 767 5379 nate@skilledmaintenance.co.nz www.skilledmaintenance.co.nz Aluminium windows, doors & hardware Glass • Decks and alterations NATE’S RATES ON ALL HOME MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS, INCLUDING: RECYCLING/MINISKIPS HOURS Monday - Friday 12.30pm – 5.00pm Saturday & Sunday 10.00am – 5.00pm No drop offs after 4.30pm please ROOFING newleaftreeservices.co.nz matt@newleaftreeservices.co.nz ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNERS • NEW DESIGNS, ALTERATIONS & ADD -ONS • RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL • DRAFTING SERVICES 07 8255 875 021 333 374 DANIEL@DFDESIGN.CO.NZ BUILDERS Christie Carpentry hOUse BUiLDer anD renOVatOrs paul & robyn Christie tel: (07) 825 8366 paul: 021 188 0447 - robyn: 021 177 5201 199c te papatapu road, rD2 te Mata, raglan email: patandbob@xtra.co.nz CONCRETE SERVICES DIG PREP LAY Driveways/ Landscaping Concrete foundations Silo/feed pads • Concrete cutting Small digger hire/excavation 021 734 356 | contact@savvyconstruction.co.nz WWW.SAVVYCONSTRUCTION.CO.NZ Phone Rob Short 0274 846 124 or A/H 825 0246 ENGINEERING
Contact Peter on 825-8486 or see him 8am-5pm at 2 Park Drive, Raglan RaglanEngineeringAd.indd 1 4/10/07 3:17:13 PM Agents for: Honda Power Equipment Ryco Hydraulics/Fittings Kumho/Hankook/Cooper
QUICKFIND Directory: your local
guide
ELECTRICIANS/HEATING 027 4979 116 or 07 825 0214 RAGLAN AUTOGATES autogates@live.com mobile 021 263 8698 FLOORING HIRE LANDSCAPE
Builders Mix • Cement • Firewood Drainage Metals • PVC Pipe • Novaflo Pea Metal • Sand • Pavers • Compost Fertiliser store • Pea Straw • Hay Bales Barks • Mulch • Chook Chow TOPSOIL • RAILWAY SLEEPERS Plant Nursery • Truck Deliveries Free Customer Loan Trailers HIRE EQUIPMENT: Compacter Concrete Mixer • Post Hole Borer find us on facebook!
SUPPORT OUR SUPPORTERS!
OPEN 7 DAYS www.raglancurtainsblinds.com info@raglanctb.com 027 286 4141 RAGLAN CURTAINS & BLINDS Elevate the ambiance of your home. engineering

what’s on

WHAINGAROA

WHANAU HOE WAKA

is hosting its 28th Annual Hoe Race, on May 11, 2024. https:// www.wakaama.co.nz

BADMINTON FOR ADULTS at Raglan Area School Hall. 7-9pm Thursdays, starting 2 May. $30 per term or $5 per night. Contact Celia 0277636974

FRIENDS OF KAITOKE WALKWAY

meet on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays every month at 9am to remove pest plants and restore the native environment. Email Whāingaroaweed busters@gmail.com for the meeting point.

WHĀINGAROA

REPAIR CAFÉ, saturday, 11 May at Stewart St Hall from 10am to 3pm.Bring along broken items to repair.

For Sale

FIREWOOD DRY, DELIVERED. Phone

021 0771524. Trailer Load Pine $205, Oldman Pine $210, Gum - $215

RAGLAN GROWERS

MARKET Held weekly Fridays 5-7pm at 1 Stewart Street. CROP SWAP. First and third Sundays of the month. 9.30 -10.30am at Bowling Club, James Street. Bring anything from the kitchen or garden to swap – seedlings, plants, produce, preserves, baking. It’s not direct swapping, we share abundance, and everyone gets a bit of everything! All welcome

MUSICIANS NIGHT AT THE YARD - OPEN MIC NIGHT. Raglan Every Wednesday at the YARD from 7pm Acoustic Jams and bands welcome 3 song rule no 10 min epics sign up from 6.30pm kick off at 7pm

Death Notice IN MEMORY OF MURRAY BAKER, aged 76. Loved and missed step dad (Pops) of Deb and family.

CONTACT US TO LIST YOUR

info@raglanchronicle.co.nz

RAGLAN HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY NEXT MEETING

Tuesday 21 May at 1pm in the Church Hall, Stewart Street. Guest Speakers - Soul Food Farm. Floral Art theme – Honouring Mother. Normal competitions, display table, Garden Vibes, raffle, tea and biscuits. All welcome.

Koha Entry Cash bar with wine and beer Teas, juice, coffee, snacks and homemade baking also for sale

EFTPOS and credit card available Reserve a ticket at www.raglanmovies.nz | Phone 07 825 0023

Group 1: Captain Cavy | Vertical | The Day Karioi Erupted | Two Man Army Meet and Greet | Pistols at Noon | Feelin’ Tired | Jimmy McBean | Between Two Worlds | Dust | He Puaawai | Undercover – 61.45min

Group 2: Grandpa Joe and the Burglars | Dawn of a Teenager | Kahikatea Tales | The Heist | First Place | Iris | Vauban and Boris | You Can’t Take Me Whaingaroa: Whenua Moana Rangi Ahi | Mind Games | Building Bridges Through Martial Arts | Raglan Naturally | The Hands of a Blue Tale – 60.41min

Help raise vital funds to support Kiwis affected by cancer.

The Cancer Society is on the lookout for an enthusiastic and organised volunteer to coordinate our Daffodil Day appeal in Raglan.

This rewarding role involves coordinating collection sites and volunteers for the Cancer Society’s most important annual fundraiser on Friday 30 August. You’ll need to be available on the day and commit 20-40 hours in the lead up. Full training and support provided.

5 Stewart St, Raglan

WHAT'S

ON

CHECK OUR WEBSITE FOR UPDATES

BRICK BY BRICK FUNDRAISER

Help us raise the money we need to complete the Creative Space building including the accessible lift going in this month and have your kindness and generosity permanently commemorated with an engraved brick – full details on our website www.raglanartscentre.co.nz, call 07 825 0023, email info@raglanartscentre.co.nz.

MUSIC AT THE OLD SCHOOL – THURSDAY 9

MAY

Mike Harding - The Ekatahuna Kid tour. A renowned musical storyteller at ease with his instrument and his audience, Mike’s mission for the last forty years has been to locate and perform the folk and popular songs of New Zealand’s past and present. Eva’s Room 7.30pm, doors open 7pm. Door sales $20. Licensed bar and café open.

LIVE AND LOCAL – FRIDAY 10 MAY

A showcase for local performers, from songwriters to comedy: NZ Music Month Special featuring Musketeer, Dave Maybee & The Blister Sisters. Whare Tapere 7.30-9.30pm, doors open 7pm. Koha entry. Licensed bar and café open.

RAGLAN CREATIVE MARKET – SUNDAY 12

MAY

10am – 2pm at the Old School, 5 Stewart Street. For more info - www.raglanmarket.com

RAGLAN FILM FESTIVAL WEEK – 16 – 25 MAY

OPENING NIGHT – THURSDAY 16 MAY

Group 1 duration 61.45 min

Tamariki (Under 13)

Feature film Dame Valerie Adams - More than Gold (93 mins) plus Spike the Surfing Dog (8mins) 7.30pm/doors open 7pm, door sales, $10

RAFFA FILM SCREENINGS– 17, 18, 19, 22 MAY

Captain Cavy – A magical artifact gives a boy powers from the past to overcome his now evil best friend. 4.50min Vertical – A girl on the other side of the world slides down into her pool and finds herself in Raglan. 4.42min

Pick up a Film Festival brochure at the Old School or download online at www.raglanfilmfestival. co.nz to see Group details. Koha entry on the door.

The Day Karioi Erupted – A reporter is interrupted while talking about a new train service. Stop motion. 2.06min

Two Man Army – The rivalry between two outlaws in Waitetuna valley plays out until the last battle. 9.25min

Rangatahi (13 – 18 Years)

FRIDAY 17 MAY

Group 1 @ 6pm – doors open 5.30pm

Meet and Greet – Olivia, a teenage fan of One Direction forms a connection with her idols. 5.31min

Group 2 @ 7.30pm – doors open 7pm

SATURDAY 18 MAY

Pistols at Noon – A bounty hunter arrives at a western frontier town looking for an outlaw. Animation. 3.17min

Feelin’ Tired – An original music video. 3.46min

Group 1 @ 2pm – doors open 1.30pm

SUNDAY 19 MAY

Jimmy McBean – Scottish podcaster seeks to please his parents. 10.48min Fishes – Cute, tik tok style film with paper creations 20s

Door sales 30min prior raglanmovies.co.nz RAGLAN

To help make Daffodil Day a success in your area, contact: fundraising@cancersociety.org.nz | 0800 22 77 44 cancer.org.nz

Group 2 @ 2pm – doors open 1.30pm

WEDNESDAY 22 MAY

Open Professional Between Two Worlds – Whakapapa: The connection between here and beyond; the past, our future. 5.46min

Group 1 @ 6pm – doors open 5.30pm

Dust – A man has been quietly shaping surfboards in Raglan for almost 30 years. 4min

Group 2 @ 7.30pm – doors open 7pm

He Puaawai –The story of young parents. 7.11min

RAFFA AWARDS EVENING – SATURDAY 25

Undercover – In this dark comedy thriller, do we really know each other? 4.11min

MAY

An evening of celebrating local film making talent on the red carpet at the Town Hall. Doors open 5.30pm. $50 adults/$20 children plus booking fee. Book online www.raglanfilmfestival.co.nz.

for the ‘Peoples' Choice Award’ one submission per person only

WHAINGAROA RAGLAN WRITERS WORLD28 MAY - 3 JUNE

For full programme of events check our website www.raglanartscentre.co.nz/creative-raglanevents/writers-world/

WRWW WRITERS WEEKEND 1-3 JUNE

“Come together” – Sat/Sun workshops, talks and social events, Monday debrief session. Book one day or both! RCAC member $60 one day $120 two days, non-member $80 one day $140 two days, plus booking fee. Full details on our website www.raglanartscentre.co.nz/creativeraglan-events/writers-world/ Book online www. creativeraglan.co.nz

MOVIES AT THE OLD SCHOOL

RFF Opening Night - $10

SPIKE THE SURFING DOG (TBC | 8 mins)

MORE THAN GOLD (Exempt | 93 mins) Thurs 16 May 7.30pm THE HOLDOVERS (M | 133 mins) Sat 18 May 4.45pm

ONE LIFE Sat 18 May 7.30pm

ONE LOVE – BOB MARLEY (M | 107 mins) Sun 19 May 4.30pm Sat 15 June 7.30pm

SIX INCHES OF SOIL (exempt | 90 mins) Sun 19 May 7pm

Contact

REGULAR EVENTS AT THE OLD SCHOOL

Ragtimers Ukulele Group 2nd and every subsequent Wed 4pm

Clay Shed Members’ Night weekly on Wed 5-7pm

Karioi Quilts & Crafts Monthly on 2nd Thurs, 10am

Raglan Art Group Monthly on 1st Fri, 10am

Backgammon Club Monthly on last Fri, 5pm Mens’ Group Wed 15 May 7pm, then fortnightly

RAGLAN Chronicle 15
email: classifieds@raglanchronicle.co.nz
825
| www.raglanartscentre.co.nz/
0023
UPCOMING PUBLICATION SCHEDULE: May
Chronicle 23/5 Chronicle June 6/6 Local Rag 13/6 Chronicle 27/6 Chronicle July 4/7 Local Rag 11/7 Chronicle 25/7 Chronicle August Public Notices INFO@RAGLANCHRONICLE.CO.NZ
CHRONICLE /
9/5
Wanted: Daffodil
Day volunteer coordinator
Houses Wanted for removal Great prices offered Call today: 07 847 1760
Public Notices
RAFFA film synopsis
FILM FESTIVAL OPENING NIGHT Thursday 16 May Doors Open 7pm for 7.30pm screening | $10 ENTRY BY KOHA Group 2 duration 60.41 Tamariki (Under 13) Grandpa Joe and the Burglars alone kills one of two burglars. Dawn of the Teenager – Two turns 13 and becomes a horrible Kahikatea Tales – Two boys they were kidnapped by an alien treehouse. 5mins The Heist – Two robbers enter special police officer there already. Rangatahi (13 – 18 Years) First Place – A guy struggles relationship. 2mins Iris – A girl struggling with the world. 3.10min Vauban and Boris – A story for the first time. Animation. You Can’t Take Me – A horse fight and gain her freedom. Animation. Open Amateur (Over 18) Whaingaroa: Whenua Moana exploration of our natural environment. Mind Games – A girl finds Open Professional Building Bridges Through and its place in our community. Raglan Naturally – The work Community Trust. 5min The Hands of a Blue Tale esoteric indigo dyer. 10min Friday 17 May 6pm Group 1 RAFFA 61.45 min 7.30pm Group 2 RAFFA 60.41 min Wednesday 22 May 6pm Group 1 RAFFA 61.45 min 7.30pm Group 2 RAFFA 60.41 min Saturday 18 May 2pm Group 1 RAFFA 61.45 min Regular movies 4.45pm The Holdovers M 133 mins 7.30pm One Life PG 109 mins Sunday 19 May 2pm Group 2 RAFFA 60.41 min RAFFA
Spike
Melbourne surfing marvel surfing Spike transformed land-loving pup to a bona fide surfing sensation. 8mins Dame Valerie Adams:
than Gold A candid and inspirational story Olympian, double Olympic gold medallist. 93mins Doors open 30 minutes before each screening
screenings
the Surfing Dog
More
Vote
AD

Owners fully committed to move abroad

This brand-new lifestyle property represents fantastic buying, so good in fact that the owners are taking a loss on the cost. The 1.2 hectare (2.9 old fashioned acres) section is very gently rolling with sweeping rural views, partly comprising 'the sleeping lady' that is Mt Karioi. Whether you choose to extensively garden the property or fence off small paddocks for your grazing animals, the land lends itself to both options. The bright and airy 158m2 home consists of generous open plan living and kitchen space, 3 bedrooms, master with ensuite, double internal access garage plus a 112m2 shed.

5 acre compact farmlet

It is rare to find a compact farmlet with as much on offer as 397 Ruapuke Road. For starters, the modern 2-bedroom home lies well for the morning sun and is tucked away from the prevailing westerly wind. The home is warm with double-glazed joinery throughout, a wood burner is on-hand to heat the spacious open plan Lounge, Dining and Kitchen quickly and the rest of the home with ease. The home is in tip top condition with plenty of internal storage, a separate laundry and 2 toilets. All of this comes complete with a garage/ shed/ workshop that could easily

Best view of the Bridal Veil Falls, hands down.

The Newton Homestead was originally positioned in the very best location to capture the very best views of the Waireinga, Bridal Veil Falls and her surrounding reserve and to this day she arguably still retains this honour. The Homestead also provides generous vistas out towards, Aotea, Kawhia and onwards to Albatross Point as well as the ever changing and somewhat moody Mt Karioi. It was built in an era of practicality when timber was cheap and 'big bones' were the norm, with separate kitchen/ dining, a ginormous lounge, 4 bedrooms, master with ensuite, a separate laundry and ample shedding.

16 RAGLAN Chronicle
Raglan 64 Ruapuke Road
3 2 1 8 For Sale $1,129,000 View By appointment Web pb.co.nz/RGL183632 Debbie Crarer M 027 253 6344 Mark Crarer M 027 433 6083
Raglan 112B Newton Road
4 1 1 For Sale $929,000 View Sat 11 May 1.00 - 2.00pm Web pb.co.nz/RGL165650 Debbie
253 6344 Mark
Crarer M 027
Crarer M 027 433 6083
Raglan 397 Ruapuke Road
house the boat and other 'stuff'. 2 1 1 1 For Sale $949,000 View Sat 11 May 11.45 - 12.30pm Web pb.co.nz/RGL180850 Debbie Crarer M 027 253 6344 Mark Crarer M 027 433 6083
all off,
decent
3 1 1 1.5-2 Deadline Sale closes Monday 27th May, 2024 at 4.00pm, (unless sold prior) View Sat 11 May 10.15 - 11.15am Web pb.co.nz/RGU179931 Debbie Crarer M 027 253 6344 Mark
433 6083 Property Brokers Ltd Licensed REAA 2008 pb.co.nz Proud to be here
Raglan 35 Lorenzen Bay Road
Add value here This 3-bedroom home on a generous section is well elevated above Lorenzen Bay Road, lies well for the sun and affords a few decent peeks of the harbour. The top level consists of generous open plan living, dining and kitchen, a bedroom, the bathroom, and laundry whilst the lower level has 2 bedrooms and a decent garage which is 9.5m x 3.6m so there is plenty of room for a car, toys and even a rumpus room. The land is well elevated and comes complete with a selection of fruit trees, a beautiful granddaddy Pohutukawa and to top it
there is plenty of room for a
vegetable garden.
Crarer M 027
Issuu converts static files into: digital portfolios, online yearbooks, online catalogs, digital photo albums and more. Sign up and create your flipbook.