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THE RAGLAN

CHRONICLE

Nga Ripo o Whaingaroa

EST. 1903

12th November 2020 - Issue #711

Whaingaroa news for you weekly

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Auctions Galore!

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6:00pm Friday 20 November Ray White Raglan office

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www.surfside.co.nz CORRECTION: In the Local Rag November issue, the article A New Approach to Housing, stated that the Whaingaroa-Raglan Affordable Housing Project had a relationship with key funder, Impact. This is an an error where a funder WEL Energy Trust was missed and the name Impact was used instead. We apologise for any inconvenience caused. WEL Energy Trust have been the only major funder to date for the housing project.

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A regular column keeping the community updated about the Raglan Community Board meetings held every six weeks.

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Public Forum The meeting opened with a packed community seating section, the majority of who were at the meeting in support of the disability parking location at the bottom end of Bow Street discussion. In the public forum section five members of the community made a passionate case for the disabled park to be retained on the footpath side of the carparking area. It was also raised about the need for a disabled parking spot near to the Papahua boat ramp. Community Board member Chris Rayner also shared with the board his experience with a disabled family member and how important disabled parking is to enable easier outings. Gareth Bellamy, Traffic Engineer from the council was also on hand to discuss the recent repaving of the carpark with the associated parking repainting. We also had an introduction to the Raglan Rock project to potentially conduct activities on the Te Akau side of the harbour. Closing out the public forum an issue with commercial operations at the Ngaranui Beach Reserve was raised now that there was no Reserves Committee to take it to. Reserves Committee and Reserves Management Plan Moving into the official portion of the board meeting there was a apology from the Mayor and the council staff for the lack of notification for the Reserves Committee disestablishment but they did go on to acknowledge the past 20 years of work done by the committee. Moving forward it is critical that the community use the current consultation of the draft Reserves Management Plan to clearly tell the council how we want to access and use our beautiful reserves and coastlines, you can also mention if you support the need for a Reserves Committee going forward. Please access the consultation on the council website. Alcohol Bylaw Review Councillor Lisa then shared with the board the results of the Alcohol Bylaw review. Thanks to all who took the time to write a submission as they do count. Going forward Raglan CBD and the area including the pump track and skate bowl at Papahua will be alcohol free all year round and the majority of the

Raglan area will be alcohol free during the summer holiday period, outside of this period the reserves including Wainui and Manu bay will be alcohol free from 9PM till 9AM. Disabled Carpark During the works and issues section of the meeting, board member Chris Rayner, tabled a motion that directed the council to reinstall the disabled carpark at the bottom end of Bow St back to the footpath. This motion acknowledged that an additional standard carpark might have to be removed to allow for full legal sized disabled carpark to be installed, the motion passed unanimously. Freedom Camping An update on Freedom camping as we are already seeing continued freedom campers arriving in Raglan even with the international borders closed. To this end the council freedom camping rangers are already out in the early hours of the morning monitoring the freedom camping bylaw compliance. We are also linking in with the Raglan Information hub as a way to educate and inform Freedom Campers. On a side note we are still looking for volunteers to staff the desk at the information hub. Member Reports and Other Updates Closing out the meeting were reports from the Chair, the Councillor and board members highlighting the significant amount of activity happening in Raglan with stormwater consent committee meeting for the first time in a year. Ongoing work on the Wharf an Places for People projects as well as the waste water consent renewal. Coming up is the State Highway 23 speed reduction consultation on the 11th of November 2pm till 7pm at the supper room and the ongoing Reserves Management Plan consultation which closes on the 7th of December please get your submissions in. Update from Tony Oosten Visit http://www. raglancommunityboard.co.nz: • to read the minutes of the meeting and updates on Raglan Wharf and Places for People projects • find links to current consultations • for board member contact details


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Inkspillers (from left): Sarah, Wanda, Dyana, Merren and Matt with their latest books at Hills Rd Studios.

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book launch with a difference at the Old School Arts Centre next Thursday promises words, whimsy, wonder and wit from no fewer than five local authors with newly published titles. There’ll be wine too as the five writers – some of them also artists – aim for an evening where lively literary discussion flows in a “salon atmosphere”. Award-winning children’s author Sarah Johnson says the group wants to replicate in Raglan something of that age-old ‘salon’ tradition in which writers celebrate and bring to life publicly their latest works. The five wordsmiths – Merren Tait, Wanda Barker, Dyana Wells, Matt Kambic and Sarah – are all part of the fledgling Inkspillers collective and, as such, support one another locally through an often difficult pathway towards publication. To have most of their eight members able to launch new books at the same time is testimony to the collective’s diligence. “We take the business of writing seriously … and try to maintain a professional focus,” explains Sarah. “We want to raise the profile of writing,” adds Wanda, also an artist who has just opened a gallery at her Hills Rd property.

The pristine white gallery-cum-studio – once panelbeater Denny Robertson’s workshop – now also showcases not only Wanda’s and other local art but also the Inkspillers’ published works. While Wanda has neither poetry nor novella on offer this time round, she is launching two books her late mother Marcia wrote and illustrated as gifts to her grandchildren. “She would be delighted that other children might enjoy them.” Wanda considered editing and updating the stories – ABC and Fantasy Land – but reckons Marcia’s ghost tapped her shoulder and said “leave them, they’re of their time”. Sarah’s latest work is a picture book, The Garden’s Secret, which will get a second launch days later at Hamilton Gardens where it is set. Aimed at children aged two to six years old, the commissioned work sets out to capture the magic of the iconic riverside gardens. The story, along with illustrations by Waikato artist Deborah Hinde, encapsulates the essence of the widely visited attraction through the eyes of a child entering each themed garden through different doors. Meanwhile Merren – whose shift from an urban to rural lifestyle last year inspired the first of a series of stand-alone novels about the good life – has now penned her second book entitled Bluffing for

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Beginners, described by Amazon NZ as “a quirky romantic comedy”. Merren, who’s feeling validated as an author after winning the chick lit section of the international Indie Book Awards for her debut work The Year of the Fox, says she’s “very excited” to be launching her followup work. For something completely different, Dyana Wells has published her third and final autobiographical novel entitled My True Names. The work is based on both true sailing adventures and the mystery of the mind, an area in which Dyana has been studying Tibetan Buddhadharma for the past 30 years. In the words of Amazon: “The focus of all Dyana’s investigating and avid questioning has been to understand life and how to live well.” Finally, there are two books from awardwinning author and artist Matt Kambic: Last Voyage of the S.S. Panglossian, described as an “unusual science-fiction graphic novel” produced with colleague Matthew Kennedy from his native US; and an illustrated children’s book, The Walking Stick, produced with partner Alison Annals. *All are welcome to Five Authors Book Launch at the Old School Arts Centre in Stewart St, Thursday December 19 at 7pm.

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AUCTION

RAGLAN 81 Lorenzen Bay Rd

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Luxury on Lorenzen Rarely does an opportunity present itself to acquire the most enviable, exclusive and luxurious waterfront property in Raglan. The living is easy in this elevated, generously proportioned home with unparalleled harbour views and private water access to Lorenzen Bay. The water is right there as you sit on the deck, enjoying your morning coffee while watching the stunning sunrises over the bay or with a glass of wine luxuriating in the breathtaking evening harbour views. Nestled in the bush, this 3-bedroom split level character home is perched on the cliff overlooking the picturesque Lorenzen Bay. A unique bonus to this property, is the boat house found at the waters edge. The chic renovations lend a retreat-like feel to this home and complement the easy indoor/outdoor flow.

An entertainer's dream, the open plan living upstairs delivers a contemporary, remodelled kitchen with all the mod cons, plenty of storage. An island bench provides space for big family meals or canapes and wine with friends. Meander down your private bush track to your own boat house, literally a stone's throw from the water's edge. Make your dreams come true and book a viewing today.

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GST Inclusive (Unless Sold Prior) 12:00pm Sat 28 Nov, 81 Lorenzen Bay Rd

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11.30-12.15pm, Saturday 14 & Sunday 15 November

Jono Hutson M 021 488 766 E jono.hutson@pggwrightson.co.nz

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RAGLAN 11 Park Drive Plantation House Enjoy the tranquil privacy of this elegant, north-facing home while enjoying the perks of living so close to Raglan's vibrant village life. Oozing indoor/outdoor flow, this eye catching fivebedroom, two-bathroom family home is tucked away on a fully fenced, sheltered and sun-drenched section. The open plan lounge and dining area with large bifold doors lead to the sheltered wrap-around deck, the Japanese-inspired plantings and plantation bananas having been lovingly landscaped for shelter and privacy in mind. Enjoy harbour views from both the deck and upper level bedrooms.

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GST Inclusive (Unless Sold Prior) 2.00pm Sat 28 Nov, 11 Park Drive

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12.45-1.30pm, Saturday 14 & Sunday 15 November

Jono Hutson M 021 488 766 E jono.hutson@pggwrightson.co.nz

RAGLAN 13 Tutchen Avenue Family Living at its Finest Situated in a family-friendly neighbourhood near the picturesque Kaitoke walkway, this is the family home you've been waiting for ! Opportunities abound with this solidly built and immaculately cared for family home that oozes colour and charm. Meandering paths find fruit trees and secret spots to enjoy the tranquillity of this property. For effortless gardening there's raised garden beds to impress your guests with garden to plate dining. A large lounge on the lower level opens out to a sunsoaked courtyard where you can enjoy a wine with friends while the children play.

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New beach accessways protecting at-risk dunes

New dune plants have been introduced to newly formed dunes.

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egular beach walkers may have noticed a bit of movement in the dunes near the airstrip recently. New accessways to the beach have been installed to reduce the damage to the dunes and hundreds of dune plants have been introduced to newly formed dunes. This collaborative project is part of the wider Waikato Coastcare programme which aims to protect and restore the West Coast’s precious coastal areas. Coastcare work in the Waikato is undertaken in partnership with iwi, local community, Waikato District Council, Department of Conservation and Waikato Regional Council.

Coastcare West Coast coordinator Stacey Hill says the work by the Raglan airstrip is designed with both people and the environment in mind. “This isn’t about restricting people from the beach. We still want people to connect to their coast and enjoy this environment. The work will allow areas that have suffered from lots of foot traffic to recover.” In addition to the new walkways and plantings, Waikato District Council is installing more permanent fencing and signage to direct beach visitors to the new accessways. “It’s super important that we all stick to these tracks. Although coastal

Accessways will protect the dune plants that have been planted recently.

plants are tough enough to live in this harsh environment, they’re also very fragile and can be destroyed by foot traffic – just walking on spinifex can kill it,” she says. This season’s restoration works have seen over 7500 coastal plants put in around Raglan by Te Uku School, NZ Post, Raglan Coconut Yogurt and amazing individual volunteers from the community. Stacey says the plantings are designed to stabilise loose foredune areas and recreate native coastal ecosystems through backdune plantings of native grasses, shrubs and trees. Janine Jackson

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estoring and protecting our coast requires a lot of work and your help is needed. You can watch the Coastcare-Waikato Facebook page to join planting events next season - from May 2021. Share the story of how important and fragile our dunes are with others or become a local Coastcare representative and join Angeline and Alan Greensill who have been working hard in this space for many years. Representatives support the West Coast coordinator Stacey Hill to plan each season’s planting, maintain fences and monitor plantings. Contact Stacey for more information: stacehill@gmail.com

Raglan Bowls Club wins shield

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aglan Outdoor Bowls Club summer season has got off to a rollicking start with 25 players turning out on opening day. The highlight of the season to date was last Saturday’s effort by Raglan to win the Northern Zone Interclub Challenge shield. Although Raglan have been frequent

winners over the history of the competition between Huntly, Ngaruawahia, Raglan and Taupiri clubs they hadn’t lifted the shield since 2014, so the win was very satisfying.

There have been 3 club competitions so far this season with the Tom Stephens Triples won by Bob Carter, Alex Lorenzen and John Carr. The Mixed Singles was impressively won by first year bowler Robin Pipe, while Eileen Stephens was too good for the rest of the field in the Mixed Vet Singles. The club’s first open tournament on October 22nd which was generously sponsored by our local Ray White Real Estate office was won by the Hillcrest team skippered by Steve Liddington. Twilight bowls got underway on Tuesday night with a great turnout of

enthusiastic locals for a night of music and bowls. More teams and players can be accommodated and you can just turn up at 5.45pm to join in. If locals or visitors want to join our club or give bowls a go simply come along at 1pm on a Wednesday or Saturday to our roll ups, everyone is welcome and loan bowls are available. Club memberships start from as little as $20 so come and enjoy the camaraderie of outdoor bowls. To find out more phone Alan 021456751 or Gordon 0274454876. Shield winners Eileen Stephens, Ross Turner, Robin Pipe, Maureen Wihonga, Alan Price, Jack Peel and Maurice Pruden

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Open Home 20 Lorenzen Bay Road Raglan Are you looking for an immaculate home on Lorenzen Bay Road? We are excited to present to the market this new listing. Offering two bedrooms and situated on 445 sqm. The bedroom upstairs takes up the whole top floor and could be converted to two. The single garage has internal access which is a plus. Open plan living flows onto covered decking and a large flat lawn - providing room for the family and ideal parking for cars and the boat. The beautiful harbour is a playground for water activities and is just down the road. A great place to explore with the children. Make this your Christmas holiday destination. A great place to call home, at the beach. Call Julie or Blair to make an appointment to view, or see you at the open homes.

Open Home AUCTION

6:00pm, Friday 20 November Ray White Raglan office (unless sold prior)

View

Saturday 1:00pm

Julie Hanna 027 441 8964 Blair Hanna 021 0200 8282

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Open Home 71 Wainui Road Raglan View and bring your creative flair with you! A great rental investment or that step into the market for the first home buyer. A small two bedroom home situated on flat, fee simple, 837 square metres. On the way to the surf and just a very short drive to Raglan’s cafes and shops and all amenities. Roll up your sleeves and put your own mark on this property to add value. The potential is real. Do up or redevelop. Take home the keys! Currently rented. Call Julie or Blair for an appointment to view.

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8a Cambrae Road Raglan You will be wowed by the sunrises! Situated on 418 sqm, this spacious three bedroom home has exceptional water views. The top-level offers open plan living and dining with picturesque views of Lorenzen Bay. The master, second bedroom and bathroom are on the top level. Downstairs is a large double bedroom with ensuite plus a second lounge which opens onto a great covered deck - an entertainer’s delight. A second bathroom, complete with a gorgeous bath, provides the ideal place to light the candles after a day at the beach. The beach is more or less at your doorstep. Call Julie or Blair for an appointment to view. See you at the auction!

AUCTION

6:00pm, Friday 20 November Ray White Raglan office (unless sold prior)

View

Saturday & Sunday 11:00am

Julie Hanna 027 441 8964 Blair Hanna 021 0200 8282

rwraglan.co.nz/RAG23267 Raglan Real Estate Limited Licensed (REAA 2008)

Open Home AUCTION

6:00pm, Friday 20 November Ray White Raglan office (unless sold prior)

View

Sunday 12:00pm

Julie Hanna 027 441 8964 Blair Hanna 021 0200 8282

74 Wainui Road Raglan This is an opportunity to secure a character home with that extra large site. The home offers three double bedrooms, retro kitchen, separate bathroom with bath and separate toilet. Double garage (flooring to be completed) plus extra single garage with outdoor room open the opportunities here for boats, toys and family. The concrete pad for the caravan is already there. The large 1172 sqm site offers room for development. Explore the potential. Situated close to town, beaches, golf course, and on the way to the surf. See you at the auction! Call Julie or Blair for an appointment to view. rwraglan.co.nz/RAG23268 Raglan Real Estate Limited Licensed (REAA 2008)

AUCTION

6:00pm, Friday 20 November Ray White Raglan office (unless sold prior)

View

Sunday 12:00pm

Julie Hanna 027 441 8964 Blair Hanna 021 0200 8282


Nature and art combine for Raglan Horticultural Society’s Garden Ramble T

Artist Julie Macdonald with Geoff Pownall in his garden at 28 Nihinihi Street.

Artist Dyana Wells with Tony Moore in his garden at 3 Puriri Street.

Open Home 16 Taipari Avenue Raglan Here is your chance to get started or add value by way of renovation with this well-located 4 bedroom home. Plenty of opportunity and potential - the bones of this home are solid and there is much to offer with a little polish. Situated on a freehold 807sqm section. Large double garage with internal access. Goodsized open-plan living features bi-folding doors opening out onto a north-facing deck. Character timber floors are just waiting to be restored to their former glory. The master bedroom has an ensuite and walk-in wardrobe with doors opening onto the large front verandah. Great family-friendly location close to parks, beach and cafe. Savvy buyers bring your imagination and be quick! rwraglan.co.nz/RAG23266 Raglan Real Estate Limited Licensed (REAA 2008)

he wonders of nature and art combine in this year’s Raglan Horticultural Society’s biennial garden ramble on Saturday, November 21 from 10am-4pm. Open to the public, the society president Geoff Pownall says it’s a perfect opportunity to get more than a peak over the garden wall of some of the top garden’s in Whaingaroa. “This year we have 10 gardens on display and seven of those will have local artists exhibiting their work.” Each garden has its own distinct theme; from rocks and more rocks at Margaret Hayes rockery in Te Mata, a fernery and forest at Colleen and Tony Moore’s patch on Puriri St, to a food forest dream at Delwyn and Brian Wilson’s garden on Norrie and a children’s quiz at Bruce and Sharon Coull’s hillside terraces on Te Hutewai. “There’s’ something for everyone, with gardeners sharing their knowledge as well as sharing their beautiful gardens,” Geoff says. With many old favourites back and some new ones in the mix, the gardeners are collecting a koha, which they will donate to a charity of their choice. Geoff and wife Lis’s are having a plant sale and offering afternoon teas from 1.30pm at their cottage garden on Nihinihi. Avid gardeners, the pair came to Raglan in 2013 and quickly got involved in the horticultural society; it was around this time the society’s garden rambles were springing back to life. “The Garden Ramble shows off such a variety of gardens, from large open areas to hidden secret spots full of colour,” Geoff says. As guardians of Raglan’s Crop Swap they also put their green-fingers to good use in the

vegetable garden, which they share at the swap on the first and third Sunday of the month. Nearly 120 years old, the Raglan Horticultural Society has a long history of garden rambling, flower and vegetable competitions and various displays. Geoff says new members are welcome to join them on the third Tuesday of the month at 1pm at the Stewart St Church Hall, where there is guest speakers and a sharing of what’s vibing in the garden. Pick up your Garden Ramble guide at the Raglan Library, I-site, Raglan Community House, local shops and on the Raglan Horticultural Society facebook page. Janine Jackson

The list of gardens and artists: Toni Kingstone at Rocks and Rocks, 118 Te Papatapu Rd, Te Mata Loesje de Bree at Parkland and Ponds, 30 Bridal Creek Rd, off Okete Rd Ro Fawcett at Watersedge, 100E Greenslade Rd Marise Rarere at Garden and Art, 153 Hills Rd Follow the Winding Path, 13 Primrose St Hillside Terraces, 335D Te Hutewai Rd Dyana Wells at Fernery and Food Forest, 3 Puriri St Julie Macdonald at Cottage Garden, 28 Nihinihi Ave – afternoon tea and plant sales Richard Gemmell at Food Forest Dream, 27 Norrie Ave - open 10-1.30pm Combining Art and Gardening into Rainbow Creations, 4 Uenuku Ave

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At last, an enchanting, unique, family home delivering a captivating charm and grace. 5 stunning double bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and all the modern conveniences you would expect from a truly delightful family home. This private 921sqm property is ideally located within quick walking distance to the vibrant Raglan cafes and shops, beaches. The high ceilings and polished native flooring all invoking the heritage-rich character and cosiness of yesteryear with views of majestic Mt Karioi and the estuary. Currently operating as a beauty clinic and a boutique air bed and breakfast. Selling fully furnished. To make an appointment to view, call Julie, Blair or Melanie today. rwraglan.co.nz/RAG23272 Raglan Real Estate Limited Licensed (REAA 2008)

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Private beautiful native bush setting with a short walk to the Bay. Relax in bird song and the sound of the stream from the comfortable Tiny House and Deck.

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Best of the Best! Fancy a Slice of Country with your coffee! One quality lifestyle section with a flat sunny building site. Conveniently located in Te Uku close to Te Uku Primary School, Raglan Roast Coffee Shop and General Store with fuel pumps. This 9,645m2 approx. section has beautiful rural views to the North.

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Modern 3 Bedroom Home Large Shed with 2 Bay Workshop and 2 Bays Open Established Easy Care Grounds 5947m² approx Abundance of Fruit Trees

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Traditional Shotokan Karate-do federation Raglan

What is the name of your club and your position? My position is Sensei or Teacher. Tell us a little about your recent event? The events were Gassuku training camp,National Championships and a grading. These events are usually individual however because of COVID there hasn’t been any held during the year so it was decided to bring it all together over Labour weekend In Turangi. Two days of training then a competition and grading on the Monday. Who participated in the Gassuku? Raglan had eight attendees in the training, which is two 2 hour sessions and one 3 hour session ending with 1000 techniques, doing one chosen technique 1000 times. Competition was the following day Sunday and Raglan did very well with 2 of our students getting two silver medals.

Monday was the grading with two of our foundation students attempting their shodan (blackbelt) grade and all of the students participating in the grading/ training that turned out to be 4 hours long. Both girls, pictured left and right in the photo, Kayla Stockman Bond and Crystal Goodwin-Metz were successful in the grading and are TSKF Raglan's first blackbelts after training for five years. We would like to thank Raglan Area School for letting us use the gym for training. Training times Tuesday 5.30 Beginners / 6.15 advance Thursday 5.30 Beginners / 6.15pm advance. New Members welcome please ph Maureen for more info 0220267383. Names of all participants who attended the event: Tehani Ralaimihoatra, Heiana Ralaimihoatra, Fred Ralaimihoatra, Domoina Ralaimihoatra, Dave Johnson, Kayla Stockman-Bond, Crystal Goodwin-Metz, Maureen Stockman.

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Public Notices NOTICE OF THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING. To be held at the Raglan Golf Club clubrooms, Sunday 22 November, 9.00am.AGENDA. Apologies. Ratify minutes of previous AGM. Presidents Report. Financial report. Election of Office Holders. Confirm Auditor. General Business.

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Receive the minutes of the 2019 Annual General Meeting 2. Receive the Chairman’s report 3. Receive the Audited Accounts for the financial year ending 30th June 2020 4. Receive the Annual Report 5. Annual Distributions (Shareholder Dividend & Manaaki Distribution) 6. Board Honorariums 7. Election of 2 Board Members 8. Appoint Auditor 9. Appoint Accountant 10. General Business

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Te Kopua Trust Annual General Meeting Date: Saturday 5th December 2020 Time: 1.30pm to 3.30pm Venue: Kokiri Centre, 86 Riria Kereopa Memorial Drive, Raglan 3225 Business:

Chair Report Receive Minutes from the 2019 Annual General Meeting Matters Arising from the previous minutes Audited Accounts FYE March 2019 Appointment of Auditor Election of 1 Board Member General Business

Special Resolution: There is 1 vacancy on the board to be filled this year. Nominations and proxy forms will be accepted on the day. Please direct any queries to tekopuasecretary@gmail.com or call Chair, Maria Ranga on: 021801206

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When an application is made for a new licence or renewal of a licence the public notice will no longer be required to be published in the newspaper. The applicant will complete a template that is contained in the application/renewal form and will return it to Council. From Monday 2 November 2020 these notices will be published on Council’s website (waikatodistrict.govt.nz). There will be an administrative fee to the applicant for this, from 1 July 2021.

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