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THE RAGLAN

CHRONICLE

Nga Ripo o Whaingaroa

EST. 1903

Whaingaroa news for you weekly

15th August 2019 - Issue #657

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Ruapuke bread gets name change but keeps same recipe for success R

uapuke Artisan Bread is transforming into Raglan Artisan Bread with former Orca owner Corrina Wells taking over the beloved bakery and Jenny Carter still at the oven. The partnership is just the push Jenny needed to take the locally made sour dough bread to the next level. “I had reached my absolute maximum of what I could do at Ruapuke and there was so much pressure to do more but in a positive way,” Jenny says. Without the kitchen and human capacity to expand the business, Jenny was limited to what she could achieve on her own. And then she fell and broke her wrist, which required surgery to insert two steel plates. Every good bread shop needs a baker who can knead the dough, so Jenny put Ruapuke breadmaking into hiatus while she recovered. It gave her time to think about what next, she knew she needed the ‘perfect person’ to take over the business. After selling Orca 18 months ago and taking time out to spend with her children, as well as committing to kura reo (language classes) two-days a week at Poihākena Marae and working at WOK part time, Corrina was looking for a new challenge. “I wanted another business I could grow and develop. I like working hours that suit my lifestyle and I like the challenge and all that behind the scenes stuff,” Corrina says. A chance conversation between Corrina and new Orca owner Lisa Pemberton who suggested she have a ‘business’ chat with Jenny set the wheels in motion. “When Corrina approached me, I said I would love to give the business to you,” Jenny says. Jenny knew she had found the ‘perfect person’ in Corrina. The pair have lots of plans for the new bakery which will be located opposite WOK in Electric Avenue on Wainui Rd and the iconic tiny bread shop next to Trade Aid on Bow St will still sell the freshly baked breads and other baked goodies. It’ll also mean the bread will be even fresher than before baked in the purposebuilt commercial kitchen designed specifically to Corrina and Jenny’s baking requirements. The kitchen will also be available to hire for workshops and other small food enterprises. And they are quick to point out that customers need not be concerned, Jenny’s popular sour dough products will still be

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2020 promises to be exciting as we continue to innovate, grow and connect further with the rich local resources that our vibrant Raglan community offers. We invite current and new families to join us as we share information about our unique and creative learning community. Is your child going to be a Year 11, 12, or 13 student IN 2020? Please come to an information evening in our school hall 42 Norrie Avenue, Raglan (Ph 07 825 8140)

Thursday 15 August 2019 7.00 - 8.30pm

From left - Jenny Carter and Corrina Wells bringing back the best locally-made sour dough to Whaingaroa. on offer and bread-lovers are encouraged to pre-order as usual. A qualified chef, Corrina is keen to develop other products such as gluten-free breads, and drawing on Jenny’s baking wisdom the pair will test new products, as well as testing the market to see what products are popular. They will be expanding the product range to include fresh seasonal salads, preserves and chutneys, and other baked goodies using locally-sourced and inseason produce as much as possible. “Our aim is to provide nutritious, delicious, seasonal, affordable and sustainable products. I like the idea of growing as the business requires,” Corrina says.

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n my 8th consecutive journey to the UK to see my 99 year old Mum I included a trip to Anglesey, North Wales. I visited  my old training college friend, Jennie who I had not seen for 30 years. She picked me up at  Langfair railway station!  I was impressed with the rugged coast line and the stories of the sea rescues. 

The highlight of my visit was to Morlie life boat station. how ever due to the preparations for a fund raising event the next day, it was closed to sight seers. Disappointed I jokingly said I had come all the way from New Zealand. Next minute I was given the VIP treatment, the area was cleared of cleaning

Corrina is mindful of creating something new in Raglan, she doesn’t want to compete with what’s already on offer. The menu will be fluid and adapt to what they can get their hands on at any given time. “We want to deliver wholesome additive-free foods as the easy option regardless of dietary requirements. The bread is our bread and butter, that’s what we will focus on and the rest will just grow from there,” Corrina says. Raglan Artisan Bread is due to open Tuesday 20 August - open Tuesday to Saturday until summer Tiny shop 8.4510.30am at tiny shop and main bake shop on Volcom Lane 10am-5pm. Janine Jackson

Leaders and teachers will be available to talk with you Ngaa mihi Louisa Barham (Tumuaki / Principal)

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A column connecting with senior citizens in our community. paraphernalia, and I was led down the viewing platform to the stern of a bright orange life boat where the young welsh crew member proudly showed me the name of the boat, RNLI  'Kiwi'. The young man explained how a New Zealand Merchant Seaman,  Reginald James Clark  was  torpedoed in the English Channel in 1941,

and rescued by the Royal National Lifeboat Institute. He showed his gratitude by leaving 2.7 million in his will to the RNLI  which was  used to replace the ageing Morlie lifeboat and duly named RNLI 'Kiwi'.  Having been brought up in the fishing port of Hull on the East Coat I was familiar with fish trawling tragedies.

My Mothers family were Fish Merchants , while on my fathers side many relatives crewed the life boats. The most dogeared page in our school

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number 52 'for those in peril on the sea'.        Pauline Abrahams    RAGLAN Chronicle 3


Inkspillers Raglan Writers Collective F or about a year, around eight or more local writers and illustrators, whose published books include fiction, non-fiction, memoir and poetry, have been meeting to support and encourage each other’s writing processes.

Like all artists, we’re opinionated. We’re also still figuring out what we do and what we could run in Raglan in the future. So far, we have a book stall at the Old School Creative Market, which is a great way to show Raglan who we are and what we do. We are hoping to run workshops in the future for those keen to start their own writing journey, or who want to complete a writing project. We will also have a presence at Hamilton Book Month, where local writers present their books and talk about their writing processes. Inkspillers is an old reference to the days of ink, of course, and the quill, where in the urgency to complete a decorated manuscript it would be covered in spillage and blots, and maybe tears of frustration and futility. Writing anything is a lot like that: an emotional seesaw in the confines of your computer or notebook; riddled with the perpetual swing between self-assured genius and paralyzing self-doubt. Why the hell would anyone write a book? I ask myself this often while I sit on one poetry novella completed, and several manuscripts in various stages of sorting and completion, or fall over and abandonment, depending on the weather or my mood. When you have your published book in your hand, it is very exciting. All that hard work of

writing and editing is done, your manuscript copy edited (hopefully free of mistakes), and printed and launched. It is only the beginning though … of a long process to get your work out in the world. What next? It’s tempting to ask: Why did I ever start? Why are writing ghosts haunting me? Writers are strange obsessive creatives, often working and living inside imaginary worlds they create that no-one else has access to until their book is published. Usually by then, the writer is well over it and onto the next one, or two or three, and a holiday in a tropical paradise looks like heaven. If you are published by someone other than yourself, all the business of writing and publishing is mostly handled by your publisher, or your agent if you have the good fortune to have an agent. You are still expected to provide info for the media, and to self-promote, particularly these days through social media, where possible. That’s a big ask for some of us. When you self-publish, all the business end of writing is in your hands. All the promo, social media engagement, marketing and distribution is yours to manage. It’s a good and a bad thing, both exciting and exhausting. However, the rewards of such perseverance can be financial if you’re onto it (although, in truth, very few writers make even the minimum wage) and the satisfaction of being in control of your own creative business is invaluable. The primary business of Inkspillers, then, is to provide a forum in Raglan for published writers to share information about

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publishing, whether it’s to submit to outside publishers, or to selfpublish, and to support writers with a finished working manuscript through the processes and pitfalls. The second priority for us is to look at shared marketing, publicity and promotional possibilities for the books we have already written and are currently working on. As such, we are not a creative writing group (we don’t usually share our work in progress, although a finished manuscript might do the rounds, for copy edit and feedback). Similarly, we are not a book club, although we do share our

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Te Uku school wins TREEmendous garden makeover

Te Uku School students submitted a video application.

Te Uku School students get stuck in to planting trees.

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ne of five schools selected to win a $10,000 grant, Te Uku School has transformed a neglected area of its grounds into an all-new outdoor learning zone. A video application created by students Ezra Ruka, Matthew Roughton, Riley Evans and Iyla Scott to TREEmendous, a joint initiative between Project Crimson and the Mazda Foundation proved to be the winning formula for the school. “Mrs Clarkson told us about the competition and asked us for volunteers to apply so we decided to do a video application. A month later that we found out we were in the top 11 and then we made the top five schools to get the garden makeover,” Ezra says. The school plans to use the area to teach students how to identify native plants, birds, lizards and insects and educate them on

disease, weed and pest control and other issues surrounding the conservation of fauna and flora in New Zealand. Teachers, students, the wider community as well as Mazda Foundation Trustees and the Project Crimson team participated in a weekend working bee recently that saw more than 800 native trees planted. Te Uku School principal Pip Mears says the school is committed to helping its students learn beyond the walls of the classroom. “We see our outdoor learning space as an extension of the classroom where we can provide a rich environment for children to learn everything from science and technology to drama and music. “Developing our grounds will allow us to provide a range of learning opportunities and help students to make connections to the world outside the classroom,” she says. Students who dug in for the garden makeover enjoyed getting dirty for their beloved school.

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e Uku Pony Club was originally established in the early 1950s. It went into recess for a few years and was restarted in the early 1980s by Avril Hawken and Christine Hartstone. Te Uku has amazing facilities at the ground on Okete Rd. David and Nicola Peacocke sponsored a fabulous three-bay shed for the club rooms which has made a huge difference to rally and competition days. There is a cross country course available for schooling on rally days and training as well. Members range in age from four years to 21 years. All levels are catered for from beginners to advanced A certificate level. There is an adult riding group affiliated to the pony club. Rally days are separate to the children and membership

to Te Uku Pony Club entitles use of the girls and equipment. The new season opening rally is at the club rooms on September 1, 2019, at 10am on 424 Okete Rd. This rally will be unmounted followed by a shared lunch. New members are very welcome. Like every organisation pony club needs money to survive. A fundraising evening has been organised on August 24 with Dave Uphold. Dave is an entertainer, comedian, hypnotist and auctioneer. Tickets are $50 including a meal. There will be auction items, spot prizes and raffles. Round up some mates, book a table and have a fun night out. Contact for Te Uku Pony Club: Avril Hawken 07 825 8064 or 027 460 5873. Contact for Dave Uphold tickets: Michelle 021 969 878 or Sara 021 0455 125

“It was fun because we were doing it for the school,” six-year-old Hannah Prince says. “My friends and I got rid of this really huge vine. It was so thick and we were standing on top of it. My second favourite part was the sausages and baking,” 11-yearold Matta Daniel laughs. “I enjoyed planting and it was fun planting and mulching,” eight-year-old Remy Grant says. “I liked helping out and climbing up the trees,” seven-year-old Maia Neems says. The Friday before the makeover, Mazda Ambassadors marine scientist Riley ‘The Sharkman’ Elliott and Ruud ‘The Bugman’ Kleinpaste visited the school. Riley, who was taught by Pip in primary school, spoke to the students about the importance of taking care of nature. “Pip was one of the people who inspired my love of the outdoors from an early age, so it was cool to

be able to return the favour to her students,” he says. Ruud spoke with both teachers and students about the important role bugs play in maintaining our ecosystem and says it was great to see the Raglan community turn up and lend a hand to help the school transform its outdoor area. “From the number of people who showed up on the day it was clear that this is a community who care about their environment. It’s important that we pass this passion on to the next generation and educate them about the importance of taking care of our ecosystem, and hopefully this new outdoor learning area will do just that,” he says. Te Uku School is the fourth school to be visited by the TREEmendous team this year marking the 48th school to get the TREEmendous treatment in the last 12 years. Janine Jackson

Outdoor Bowls report

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Tournament winners Margaret Jamieson, Judy Bishop and Marie Moir from Frankton Junction Bowling Club with sponsor Andy from Raglan 4 Square.

he final Raglan Outdoor Winter Bowls Tournament sponsored by Raglan 4 Square was played (despite the weather) on Saturday, August 10. A special thank you to Satnam and Andy from Raglan Four Square for their continued support. A field of 16 teams turned out for the tournament with 6 local teams plus visiting teams from Pio Pio, Huntly, Pirongia, Te Awamutu, Hamilton Cosi Club, Taupiri and Frankton Junction. Despite the dire forecast play commenced in sunny conditions at 9.30 am, two games were played before the lunch break after which the weather broke leaving the remaining two games having  to be decided by what is known as cutting the cards. Apart from the weather preventing the playing of the last two games a great day was had by all with an outcome being achieved.  The winning team for the day was that of Judy Bishop, Marie Moir

and Margaret Jamieson from Frankton Junction  Bowling Club. Runner up was a composite team of Alastair McLchlan along with two local players Tim Ryan and Colin Bouzaid. Third overall was the team of Alan Coates, Gary Robinson and Gordon Murray from the Huntly Bowling club. The club is now planning for the summer season with opening day scheduled for Saturday, September 14. Once again we will have two greens in operation for the summer season with the grass green coming along nicely after autumn renovation. The grass green along with the all weather turf allows the club to host 28 teams for their summer tournaments. If you would like to give bowls a go, or just want to try the fun and camaraderie of being part of our thriving club, roll ups are held every Wednesday and Saturday at 1pm. New players and visitors are always welcome. To find out more contact Club President Bob Carter 021 825869.

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Auction 23 Cliff Street (Lot 2) Raglan This section will be popular due to the features it offers of supreme location. You will appreciate the convenience and proximity to Raglan’s town centre and situated just across the road from the water. A flat, easy building site with the potential to build up and take advantage of even greater views. 557sqm site - including access way (subject to title)

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Julie Hanna 027 441 8964 Blair Hanna 021 0200 8282

Auction 8 Norrie Avenue Raglan If you are looking for serious 180 degree views of Raglan out to the Bar, harbour and town, this spectacular 3 bedroom home has it all - including income potential from a single bedroom self-contained unit. An amazing home with panoramic million dollar views located in popular Norrie Ave and just a quick walk to town. The house offers 3 spacious double bedrooms plus a double garage and an extra room off the garage. The kitchen is centrally located with separate lounge and dining areas all enjoying those grandstand views. Situated on 1143 sqm with easy, flat access to the main house. Enjoy Raglan’s stunning sunsets. No need to ever go on holiday again when this is home!

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Auction 2:00pm, Saturday 21 September On site (unless sold prior) View Saturday 12:00pm

Julie Hanna 027 441 8964 Blair Hanna 021 0200 8282


Auction 30 Government Road (Lot 2) Raglan

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Elevated in a stand-out position with spectacular views right across the harbour - this is what you have been waiting for! Split over two levels with 2 bedrooms upstairs and 1 bedroom downstairs complete with its own living facilities. The main living area upstairs has commanding views of the harbour and opens out onto a deck overlooking the garden, perfect for watching the kids play. The shoreline at sunrise is simply beautiful. Situated on 1930sqm section providing an ideal grassy playground. An ideal beach home; work from home opportunity or artist’s retreat. Close to town, wharf and on the bus route. Subject to title. Call Julie or Blair to view.

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Open Home 1015 State Highway 23 Whatawhata A well positioned lifestyle within a quick commute to Hamilton and Raglan. The best of all worlds. Situated with a peaceful backdrop of views of Mt Pirongia. This 3 double bedroom house offers great open plan space ideal for family living. A large rumpus room and a spacious double garage with internal access to the house is a bonus. 5.6721 ha of easy land. A stand of gum trees just waiting to be this year’s wood supply for the fire. Seeking all families, retiring farmers or just lifestyle buyers.

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Dave Hanna 0276 146 722 Julie Hanna 027 441 8964

18 Upper Bow Street Raglan A rare opportunity to own this much-loved home, offered to the market for the first time in 27 years! This elevated north-facing home is well positioned for all day sun and views as far as the eye can see! Ready to be lived in and loved now. The layout is set over two levels. The top floor has living, kitchen, dining, master bedroom, separate laundry, bathroom and extra toilet. Downstairs has a bathroom and kitchenette with one very large room that could be made into a bedroom and living area. There is potential for extra income as it is fully self-contained with its own access. Situated on 1012sqm with raised veggie gardens and numerous fruit trees. The spectacular outlook is an ever-changing panorama that will never cease to amaze. rwraglan.co.nz/RAG23103 Raglan Real Estate Limited Licensed (REAA 2008)

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This week we feature the achievements of the Raglan Junior Rugby teams at the Hopu Hopu Tournament held over the weekend.

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Raglan Junior Rugby T his season we have some executive committee members who are moving on from Raglan Junior Rugby with their youngest kids who are starting to get ready for high school. We’d like to say a special thank you to the following:

Thank you to Janine Hartgill who has been a part of the Raglan Junior Rugby Club for the past 10 years. Within this time, she has been a team manager and club secretary. The club appreciates all the time and effort Janine puts into her role, going above and beyond. The club would like to thank you for the time you put in to making the club run smoothly.

Taking Janine’s place next year as club secretary we will be welcoming Emma Snowden. Emma has been involved with the club for the past 4 years, including managing, coaching and being a parent to her 3 young boys who range from 6th to 10th grade. Emma has a few more years to be involved with the growth of the club and is looking forward to working with a great team. Thank you to Dee Wilson who has been with Raglan Junior Rugby Club for the past nine years and our club treasurer for the past few years. Dee has dedicated a huge amount of time into Raglan Junior Rugby. The club has been very fortunate to have Dee helping and sorting the financial side

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for the Gwynne Shield. The Gwynne Shield is a representative tournament for rugby players up to 57 kg. There are five Hamilton teams and five country teams.

The teams are school based, which means you must trial for the team allocated to the area your school is in. After the trial a team of 22-24 children are selected. Then training starts in Hamilton and is usually twice a week. June is full of pre-season games(held on Sunday) as coaches

going! This year Mitchell Swann, Isaac Limbert, Alby Sharples and Harper Peart played for the Panthers. Tyson Stafford and Crosbie Wallis played for the Tigers. Jay Wilson played for the Wasps. The 1st week of July school holiday is rugby! The 10 teams play each other over six days, at the end of each day teams get points for a win or draw, with a bonus point for four tries or a score within seven of the opposition.

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you to their team hoodie sponsor The Wharf Kitchen

The 11th Grade would like to say a big thank you to Live Electrical for sponsoring their team, it’s very much appreciated.

Thank you, Raglan Sign Company, for your help

The 9th Grade would also like to say a big thank and Bar. Both teams look awesome in their hoodies! with making this happen.

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THUR 15 AUG @ THE YOT CLUB: Earshot with Cian DJing from 9. Vinyl only, hip hop funk soul. Free pool. Free entry, outside fire, food from ULO’s.

SAT 17 AUG @ THE YOT CLUB: Knights of the Dub Table with support from Leighton Fairlie and DJ Jamin-i. $15 +BF, doorsales $20.

Public Notices

Free pickup & dropoff, FRI 16 AUG text to this number: @ THE YOT CLUB: 0 2 7 - Y O T - E E E E Closed. 027 968 3333

2020 PARENT / CAREGIVER INFORMATION EVENING Teenaa koutou e te whaanau

See the GIG GUIDE on page 21 of the LOCAL RAG MAGAZINE for some of the Yotty gigs for the next few months...

2020 promises to be exciting as we continue to innovate, grow and connect further with the rich local resources that our vibrant Raglan community offers. We invite current and new families to join us as we share information about our unique and creative learning community.

Courses, classes & workshops

Is your child going to be a Year 11, 12, or 13 student IN 2020? Please come to an information evening in our school hall 42 Norrie Avenue, Raglan (Ph 07 825 8140)

Thursday 15 August 2019 7.00 - 8.30pm

Hibernating this Winter? OH NO! Come along to...THE RAGLAN LIGHT EXERCISE GROUP SESSIONS Mon & Thurs. 10 - 11am. St Peters Hall. Everybody is most welcome to attend.

Leaders and teachers will be available to talk with you Ngaa mihi Louisa Barham (Tumuaki / Principal)

*Sponsored by RC

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Gig Guide

What's On

Wanted Possum Fur $130/kg Possum Skins top price $23.00 Skin the best and pluck the rest

Phone EcoFx 07 8738130

60mm high x 72mm wide $73.73 (20% commission bearing)

Public Notices Section 101 Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012

Wanted East to West Trading Limited, private company Possum with its office inFur Raglan, has made application to the Waikato District Licensing Committee for the $130/kg renewal and variation of conditions of an on-licence

in respect of the premises situated at 2 Wallis Street, Raglan, and known as Orca Eatery and Bar. Possum Skins Thetop general nature price of the business conducted under the licence is tavern, entertainment venue, and $23.00 function centre. The days on which Skin the bestand the hours during which alcohol is sold under the licence are Mondays to and pluck the8am to 1am the following day. Sundays (inclusive), The application rest may be inspected during ordinary office hours at the office of the Waikato District Council’s District Licensing Committee at 15 Galileo Street, Ngaruawahia. Any person who is entitled to object and who 80mm x may, 34mm wide wishes to object to the issue of the high licence $49.11 not later than 15 working days after the date of the publication of this notice, file a notice in writingbearing) (20% commission of the objection with the Secretary of the District Licensing Committee at Waikato District Council, Private Bag 544, Ngaruawahia 3742. No objection to the renewal of a licence may be made in relation to a matter other than a matter specified in section 131 of the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012. Published on behalf of the applicant by its solicitors Norris Ward McKinnon.

Phone EcoFx 07 8738130

RUAPUKE MOTOR CAMP - Peace & tranquility - Surfing, fishing, bush walks - Cabins, powered sites, tent sites PH 07 825 6800

GIVE A LITTLE PAGE SET UP TO HELP KEREOPA WHANAU AFTER HOUSE FIRE

Help this inspiring whanau piece together the dream of a home & art gallery after fire destroys their house while away on holiday. As reported in Stuff and on Raglan Notice Board a donation page has been set up to assist members of the community who wish to donate or assist the Kereopa whanau in any way after they experienced a house fire that destroyed their family home while they were overseas. As they have lost everything that was contained in their house, any donations of clothing, household items and furniture etc. as well as any building supplies and storage containers are also very much appreciated. Any items that you would like to donate can be dropped off at either Raglan Sunset Motel or Raglan SuperValue. Visit the give a little page for more details: https://givealittle.co.nz/ cause/support-artist-aaron-kereopa-rebuild-after-home

DO YOU CARE ABOUT YOUR COMMUNITY?

Join the Raglan Community Patrol and help keep Whaingaroa Raglan Safe. Contact Narina Hurst 07 825 8473

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1 Puriri Street

Contact Kyle Leuthart - 021 903 309 Email

kleuthart.raglan@ljh.co.nz

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Sunday 12 - 12:30pm ljhooker.co.nz/ 2EPHFG

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497b Wainui Road

Buy Right, Buy LOCATION! Auction 31.08.19 Unless sold prior

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Unrivalled Coastal Design & Simplicity It’s first time on the market in 32 years for this absolute gem. Perfectly positioned with the beach a stones throw away and the wharf and cafes within an easy stroll. The well presented warm home was built in 1991 by the current owners and is set on a flat attractive 731m2 corner site enjoying great views of the harbour. What an ideal retirement choice or an amazing family holiday home providing endless summers of swimming, fishing or simply enjoying picnics on the beach. Buy right, buy LOCATION and reap the rewards. Prior auction offers considered.

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Contact Kyle Leuthart - 021 903 309 Email

kleuthart.raglan@ljh.co.nz

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By appointment only ljhooker.co.nz/ 2EEHFG

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The waiting is finally over for a truly premium property to come available near the world class Raglan surf & popular Ngarunui Beach. This 2017 home ‘that dreams are made of’ was designed by award winning architect Tane Cox of Red Architecture, and has a spacious living area with high stud ceilings, 4 bdrms, 3 bthrms and an internal access double garage over a generous 273m² of floor area. Expansive views over Raglan and the Tasman Sea stream invitingly through the double glazed sliders across a large deck with a magnificent backdrop against Mt Karioi. All the hard work has been done for a lucky new owner to ‘just move in’.

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12 Wainui Road

A Lifestyle with Character This Te Uku property has a charming, character filled home, established grounds with mature trees and a couple of paddocks for a beast or pony to complete the perfect lifestyle picture. The rustic home has spacious open plan living opening through french doors to a large deck extending your living space. From the deck you will step onto a generous flat lawn with established plantings and large shade trees, the perfect place for your family to play. There is also a home orchard. If you dream of an affordable country lifestyle with the convenience of Raglan’s beaches and Hamilton city an easy commute away, call Chrissy today.

North Facing Central Location Development For those who value a location with a sense of community and town-fringe amenities, 12 Wainui Road is the ideal place to call home. Located on the corner of Wainui Road & Stewart Street is a boutique development of 11 town houses with 9 available selling off the plan. Designed by Award Winning Byrne & Enright Architecture offering attention to design; putting all bedrooms and living spaces to the outer walls, maximising light and views and across the road from the Raglan Harbour. These modern townhouses feature 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, plus ensuite. Floor areas range from 148 sqm to 168 sqm. You have a choice of units to decide upon so call Steve today for an information pack.

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21.08.19 Unless sold prior Chrissy Cox - 027 287 1804 ccox.raglan@ljh.co.nz Sunday 2 - 2:30pm ljhooker.co.nz/2E8HFG

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10a Nau Mai Road Investors Alert - Opportunity! That’s right ‘Opportunity’ 10a Nau Mai Road is a must see for any investor. This light Industrial zoned section of 2400m² offers excellent advertising profile from the state highway and a 1000m² effectively dead flat engineered building platform. Nau Mai Business Park is the only large scale light industrial zone in the Raglan area with a mixed use development currently operating and more on the way. A generational change is forcing astute buyers to consider a lifestyle choice of operating their businesses in coastal towns. So act today and define your future. Call Steve 021 969 848 today for more information.

19 Simon Road Kiwi Quarter Acre Dream This well cared for home is a rare find with its large, 1009m² section. It features open plan living flowing out to a good sized deck for outdoor relaxing and entertaining. The bedrooms are both doubles with wardrobes and the master has access to the deck also. The section has plenty of flat lawn for kids to play plus attractive established trees at the rear with a small stream providing a haven for bird life and plenty of scope for the keen gardener. For Sale Contact Email View

$1,190,000 - $1,330,000 Stephen O’Byrne - 021 969 848 sobyrne.raglan@ljh.co.nz ljhooker.co.nz/2ETHFG

$629,000 Chrissy Cox - 027 287 1804 ccox.raglan@ljh.co.nz Sunday 1 - 1:30pm ljhooker.co.nz/2BQHFG

For Sale $330,000 Contact Stephen O’Byrne - 021 969 848 Email sobyrne.raglan@ljh.co.nz ljhooker.co.nz/2E2HFG View

Chrissy Cox

Kyle Leuthart

Michelle O’Byrne

Stephen O’Byrne

Robbie Regnier

Matt Sweetman

Natasha Metcalfe-Black

027 287 1804

021 903 309

021 969 878

021 969 848

021 952 271

021 624 826

027 555 9994

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Raglan Property Manager

*NB Boundary lines on photos are approximate & merely a guide. All information contained herein is gathered from sources we deem reliable. However we cannot guarantee or give any warranty about the information provided. Interested parties must solely rely upon their own enquiries.

LJ Hooker Raglan (07) 825 7170 • 12 RAGLAN Chronicle

25-27 Bow Street , Raglan • George Boyes & Co Limited Licensed Real Estate Agent REAA 2008

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