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THE RAGLAN

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25th February 2021 - Issue #720

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atagonia and Dave Rastovich have teamed up with the Karioi Project in Raglan to create something pretty special. The film “Karioi” will showcase how a community can protect biodiversity at any level and raise awareness for a great cause! We’re excited to be sharing your story with the rest of the world! The film launches on February 26th at Raglan Surf Co. Thanks to everyone who is a part of this special night especially Patagonia and Raglan Surf Co. Tickets are now SOLD OUT for this event. But there will be many more chances to see the film!

The Karioi Project is a community group based in the New Zealand surf town of Raglan, working to reestablish nearby Karioi as a seabird mountain. A third of the world’s seabirds call New Zealand home, but their nesting habitats are under threat from introduced predators. The Karioi Project is working to save the seabirds, in the process creating a strong community group with a deep understanding of local ecology. Karioi tells the story of the group as they work to save the ōi, restore the maunga of Karioi, and in the process create a strong, vibrant community

“Karioi” has been accepted to the Aotearoa Surf Film Fest showing in Raglan on Wednesday, March 17th at Solscape, as well as 13 other locations around New Zealand. Check out the ASFF website for dates and locations.

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We will also screen “Karioi” at the Old School Arts Centre on March 5th at 5pm and 7pm. The Karioi film will be accompanied by another great film from Patagonia, and will be followed by a Q+A and a chance to get a drink and chat. We’ll also be part of the Raglan Film Fest at Old School in September.

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Stay tuned! From here, the film will tour film festivals throughout New Zealand, Australia and go to the world through an online release event.  Karioi : the film

around them. The film is presented by Patagonia, who have supported the Karioi Project as part of our Environmental Grantee program and is narrated by surfer Dave Rastovich. Surf Co (SOLD OUT) Friday March 5th at Old School Arts Centre at 5pm and 7pm Wednesday March 17th at the Aotearoa Surf Film Fest (ASFF) Solscape  Through March and April at several locations across NZ -asff.co.nz September 2021 as part of the Raglan Film Fest And an online release to the whole world.. Date TBD


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here’ll be no stationery costs for parents of juniors at Raglan Area School this year, thanks to an “out of the blue” donation of $7500 from the local Four Square supermarket. School learning assistant Angela Massey – who was contacted in the holidays by store owner Satnam Bains – says it’s an “incredibly generous” offer that helps both the school and the families. “Huge ups to him,” she adds. The funds cover $25 worth of stationery purchased by the school for

the 300 or so children in years 0-6. This includes everything from exercise books, pens, pencils and erasers to glue sticks and highlighters. “It’s funds that parents don’t have to find from their back pockets.” Older students have more specialist and varied needs, Angela explains, so the focus on the junior classes means it was a simple task to add up the overall costs for what is effectively half the school roll. Principal Louisa Barham told whanau in a newsletter “we are very fortunate

to have had the costs for this stationery sponsored”.

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An informal hui or meeting was held a month ago before the school year got under way to finalise the arrangement. “This is one less payment that can be put towards other things,” she said.

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Satnam told the Chronicle the initiative was his way of “giving back to the community”. Edith Symes

Closing the Loop: Contributing to a circular economy C ome along and be a part of the flourishing zero waste community in Raglan. We will enjoy some drinks, nibble and great chats. Hear from our amazing guest speakers who will share their experience of how they are contributing to creating a thriving circular economy in your local area and Aotearoa. Speakers: Bruno & Matt - Workshop Brewing Co. (Raglan)

Tania - GoEco (Hamilton)

Jess - Dreamview Creamery (Raglan)

Owen - Convex Innovative Packaging ( Hamilton) Closing The Loop events not only educate you on how you can contribute to creating a circular in Aotearoa but also provides the space for local practitioners, stakeholders and the public to network. We are building relationships between all parts of the supply,

consumer and recovery chain. Join us to learn, share and connect with others on this journey.

The circular economy is an alternative to throw-away thinking and our ‘makeuse-dispose’ economic model. In a circular economy waste has been designed out of the system, no excess is produced and all resources are recovered. A circular economy is restorative and regenerative by design and recognises the intrinsic value of all living

things and the ecosystems that sustain life. It creates strong, resilient and equitable communities where people have what they need to live happy and fulfilling lives. If you are interested in speaking at this event or for more information reach out to Isy at isy@zerowaste.co.nz CLOSING THE LOOP: RAGLAN 5.30 - 8pm - 25th March. Networking event at Xtreme Zero Waste

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yard and we want to celebrate our local talent.” Plus, she says, there’s plenty of inspiration from the lockdown for people who want to start shooting their film now. “There’s so much scope for fabulous filmmaking that could come out of this pandemic, but don’t let that be your only inspiration. The only thing that is holding you back is your imagination.” No need for fancy equipment, some of the top films over the last few festivals were made using a mobile phone and free online video editors “The hard work is coming up with a cool storyline. Once you have that you can whip out your mobile phone and start filming,” she says. Nominations for the RAFFAs are now open to all ages and the only criteria is the film must be associated with Raglan Whaingaroa - either the filmmakers, production crew or actors, or part of the film must have been shot or edited in Raglan. Awards and prizes - including cash and vouchers - will be presented at a Red Carpet Awards night in September. Enter at facebook.com/ creativeraglanfilmfestival, www. raglanartscentre.co.nz or contact us at the Old School Arts Centre in Stewart Street, 07 825 0023 or info@raglanartscentre. co.nz for more details. Deadline for nomination entry forms is Friday, July 2. Keep up-to date with the 2021 Raglan Film Festival by following Creative Raglan – Film Festival on Facebook. Janine Jackson

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et your lockdown movies out of self-isolation for the 2021 Raglan Arts Film Festival Awards. 2020 may have been cancelled due to pandemic mayhem but this year is the perfect opportunity to revive last years’ filmmaking endeavours or inspire your future direction.

Old School Arts Centre manager Jacqueline Anderson says that people around the world didn’t let lockdown boredom dampen their creativity. “There was so much to see online from lockdown songs, dramas, animation, horrors, dystopian thrillers and hilarious comedies. I’m sure there is plenty of filmmaking that has happened in our back


Official America's Cup Fanzone at Isobar

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e have an Americas Cup official Fanzone right here in Raglan. The Chronicle caught up with Matt Taggart, owner of Isobar and Ozone to learn about how this came about and what's on offer. Matt you have put Raglan on the map with managing to secure a Official Americas Cup ETNZ Fan Zone for Isobar. Tell me how this came about? I contacted the Americas Cup Org which as winners of the last Cup in Bermuda ETNZ manage the event. Grant Dalton and his team had the idea for signing up Fanzones. There are 15 around the country. How did your connections to yachting develop?

I used to race yachts professionally back in the day and worked in the super-yachts industry as a captain. I have always loved the drama of the Americas Cup plus have a few mates on ETNZ and the Prada team that have come down who learnt to foil with our Ozone NZ Hydrofoil school. Tell us about what the Fan Zone involves? What's on offer at Isobar and when? We will be screening the racing live at Isobar and will be offering free nibbles but the main point that ETNZ were looking for is passionate support for ETNZ.  Any predictions from you ? ETNZ will surely take the win, their latest foils look incredible but who knows. No doubt the country will be on the edge of our seats. We look forward to cheering them on at Isobar Pop in to the official America's Cup Fanzone at Isobar to view racing and support your crew.

Raglan Sailing Club Regatta

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he weekend of 13th and 14th February saw the annual regatta hosted by the Raglan Sailing Club on our beautiful harbour. What a great weekend of sailing! Apart from our own club members we had a good turn-out from members of the Waikato Thames Yachting Association for enjoyable competition racing on both days. Winds were (mostly!) steady and the sun was shining. We had a range of boats taking part – lasers, open bics, 420s and an opti which had a good run! Several races were held on both days keeping the sailors and support crews busy.

Thanks for the great support from the Waikato Thames committee boat crew and the other safety boat crews keeping everyone in line. Also thanks to our amazing sponsors: (Hamilton) Burnsco, Trek ‘n’ Travel, Road and Sport, (Raglan) Raglan Roast, Top Cut Butchers, 4 Square, the Yot Club, Institute of Awesome, Raglan Fish, and Little Hill Studio. Also thanks to parents, friends, and all the other helpers who made the weekend the success it was. Couldn’t have done it without you. Looking forward to next year! For info on the Raglan Sailing Club see www. sailraglan.org

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Applications for the next funding round are open until 4 April 2021. For more information and to apply: visit meridian.co.nz/powerup email community.fund@meridianenergy.co.nz call 04 803 2507

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Raglan weekday lifeguards win best patrolled beach after busy season

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ver the 2020-21 season Ngārunui Beach, Raglan had the busiest season of all beaches patrolled by Surf Life Saving Northern Region, which covers from Raglan throughout Auckland to the Far North. The Raglan weekday service started the first week of December and will be ending this Friday the 26th of February. During this time the lifeguards handled an impressive 15 rescues, 10 assists, 41 first aids and 5 searches. The team also carried out over 1800 preventative actions involving over 5000 beach goers. For their efforts, the team at Raglan received an award for the best patrolled beach in the region. One of the most memorable rescues occurred just after 9:30am on Friday 22nd of January. The lifeguards were enjoying breakfast when they were called out to a kayaker that had capsized one kilometre offshore. "We were preparing for a big day due to crowds from the SoundSplash festival. Conditions were clean with an eight to ten

foot (2.5 - 3 metre) groundswell,” says Tom Herbert, one of the lifeguards who responded. Herbert and fellow lifeguard Hayley Rewi launched an IRB and located the kayaker, navigating their way through big waves, with help from colleagues who were watching from up the hill in the surf club. The kayaker was successfully picked up and brought back to shore for medical assessment. After assessing the kayaker was in good health, Herbert and another lifeguard Chris Malone were immediately tasked to another incident. “Two surfers were stuck in an extremely strong rip pulling from Manu bay to the outer bar,” says Herbert. “After an hour of action on the water, all patients were returned to shore safely". Raglan Weekday Patrol Captain Sam Cron says they’ve had a great season. We would like to thank the public for The award-winning Raglan Surf Life Saving team. all their cooperation this summer. Weekend patrols will continue until Easter weekend If you see someone in trouble in the water emergency callout squad available 24/7 to and we ask that you continue to swim on a weekday or after hours, call 111 and ask respond to in-water or on-beach emergencies between the flags. Police for the surf lifeguards – Raglan has an SLSNZ

A message from the Raglan Police:

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he summer so far has been a busy one in Raglan with a sharp rise in burglaries and break-ins. After a thorough investigation, two people are now facing multiple charges as a result in the spate of burglaries over December. They are now before the District Court and we have been able to return some property to its rightful owners. In January Raglan commercial businesses were twice targeted in the early hours of the morning by youth offenders from out of the area. The investigation continues and Police are optimistic about resolving these cases. In the last 7 days, Raglan Police have responded to 8 reports of family harm. Although this may raise concern, the positive

side of this is that people are prepared to call for assistance when required and report things that are of concern to them. Additionally, Police have also taken reports for an assault, threats and intimidation and a vehicle crash. Lastly, I’d like to remind people that if it is an emergency, it is time critical and happening now, please ring 111. If you would like to make a report of lost property, or report an incident which has already occurred, please dial 105 to report, alternatively you can go online at 105. police.govt.nz and make a report there. Have a great week and remember to look out for one another! Senior Constable, Andrew Murphy and the Raglan Team

Raglan Golf News

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ayne Borrell, Cedric Henry and Glenn Rangitonga look on as Paddy Kaa opens the Whaingaroa TwoDay Open Golf Tournament held on Auckland Anniversary weekend.

“We will be offering the same tournament next year with a few tweaks here and there.”

With 76 golfers competing on a well groomed course, competition was fierce as the golfers traded shots under sunny skies. “For a first up two day Tournament, the Raglan Club can be very proud of its attempt to host such a tournament!! Golfers enjoyed the course and hospitality offered by our club.” Said a very proud tournament organiser, Glenn Rangitonga.

Gross scores over 36 holes were: Women. Division 1. Melissa Shea. Division 2. Vicky Sanders. Division 3.Christine Cascoigne. Men. Division 1. Ken Shea. Division 2. Wayne Borrell. Division 3. Mark Benjamin.

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• Plus GST (if4any) Plus GST (if3any) (Unless 2 1 Sold Prior) AUCTION BY NEGOTIATION home on this attractive 73haproperty block. Theclose 2014 built three • Two Two houses • Versatile Great residential to the beach and • Titles Two 1960's cement silos converted toWed five12high Closes 4pm, February block, Ideal location $1.495m Dwellings, Two GST Inclusive VIEW $1.495M DEADLINE PRIVATE TREATY Plus GST (if any) bedroom plus office home is a great family home with large • Multiple useful sheds Raglan town end apartments - One 155m2 (approx) apartment VIEW Come and enjoy thecentre. location, expansive views and modern By Appointment • 17ha - 6ha and 11ha titles Plus GST (Unless (if any) Sold Prior) Plus GST (if any) (Unless Sold Prior) VIEW By Appointment Only open plan kitchen, dining, lounge area leading onto decks • Gravity fed spring water Saturday, 18(approx) and 25 January, 3-4pm on this attractive 73ha block. The 2014 built • Two houses • home Large functional kitchen with plenty ofthree storage with two bathrooms and four 70m2 11.00am, Wednesday 10 March Closes 4pm, Wed 12 February with views over the whole farm. Infrastructure on this • Amazing views VIEW Richard Thomson plus office home is a great family home with large • Multiple useful sheds apartments, all with amazing ocean views, privacy • bedroom Fantastic deck soak up sun with ocean 87 Duke Street, Cambridge By Appointment VIEWThomson property is also near newto including water system with a and M 027 294PGGWRE, 8625 Richard open plan kitchen, dining, lounge area leading onto decks • Gravity fed spring water Saturday, 18 and 25 January, 3-4pm E richard.thomson@pggwrightson.co.nz M 027 294 8625 views stock and sheep yards. and outdoor living troughharbour in each paddock, with views over the whole farm. Infrastructure on this • Amazing views RichardVIEW Thomson • property 1166sqm (approx) Large parking area on site • Excellent return on investmentCurrently bringing 12.00pm 12.45pm Sunday 28th is also near new including water system with a M 027 294 8625 Richard Thomson pggwre.co.nz/HAM31535 pggwre.co.nz/HAM31725 (good for paddock, boats orstock motorhome) in $120,000- $150,000 after expenses February E richard.thomson@pggwrightson.co.nz M 027 294 8625 trough in each and sheep yards.

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652 Kawhia Road

Small Farm and Large Lifestyle!

Kawhia run Road MATA 652TE Kawhia Road 652 is currently as part of a large traditional farm. Located in Te Mata near Small sheep Farm and andbeef Large Lifestyle! Raglan this is becoming an increasingly popular lifestyle 652 Kawhia Road is currently run as part of a large location with access to the amazing recreational activities traditional sheep and beef farm. Located in Te Mata near Raglan has to offer. On one of the boundaries to this 95ha Raglan this is becoming an increasingly popular lifestyle block (subject to survey) is the Bridal Veil Falls reserve. location with access to the amazing recreational activities Raglan has to offer. On one of the boundaries to this 95ha block (subject to survey) is the Bridal Veil Falls reserve. pggwre.co.nz/HAM31660

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4337 State Highway RAGLAN to An opportunity purchase 3.5ha this23close to the Raglan town boundaryand doesn't happenBEO very often. The contour of Location Potential $940,000 the land is flat to gentle rolling with many suitable potential An opportunity to purchase 3.5ha this close to the Raglan building sites. Mature trees on about 60%of the property town boundary doesn't happen very often. The contour of make this a landscapers dream, could be ideal for the land is flat to gentle rolling with many suitable potential permaculture also. The property has a natural spring feed building sites. Mature trees on about 60%of the property stream running through it. make this a landscapers dream, could be ideal for permaculture also. The property has a natural spring feed pggwre.co.nz/HAM30758 stream running through it.

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Four Prime Lifestyle Sections Situated at Ruapuke near Raglan are these four amazing lifestyle sections ranging in size from 8000m2 to 1.1ha, all have incredible ocean and mountain views. Within walking distance to Ruapuke beach very few properties ever come to the market. Take your pick of the sites available now and start planning your dream build.

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This 27 ha (more or less) block would suit those looking for a quiet rural setting with land to farm. The farm features a large 4 stand wool shed which could be useful for calf rearing, as a workshop, for storage, accommodation or the obvious shearing of sheep if you ran a small flock on the property. The farm has both sheep and cattle yards and fencing. 501 Waitetuna Valley Road

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Valley ThisWAITETUNA is a property that501 has Waitetuna been farmed withRoad pride and environmental consciousness decades. All water ways Future Proofed 90ha -for $1.95m including springs, the Waitetuna river and water ways This is a property that has been farmed with pride and leading to the river have been fenced off and planted in environmental consciousness for decades. All water ways natives. These plantings create shelter, shade for stock and including springs, the Waitetuna river and water ways home to diverse bird life. The 40ha of easy rolling country leading to the river have been fenced off and planted in and river flats are farmed organically. natives. These plantings create shelter, shade for stock and home to diverse bird life. The 40ha of easy rolling country pggwre.co.nz/HAM31412 and river flats are farmed organically.

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35 Long Street ThisRAGLAN substantial property set on 1012sqm has a lot to offer. Perfectly situated within easy walking distance to Raglans Sunsets, Harbour Views shops and cafe's yet far enough away to be peaceful and This substantial property set on 1012sqm has a lot to offer. quiet. Hours can be spent marvelling at the view of the Perfectly situated within easy walking distance to Raglans Raglan Harbour and the bar, watching the boats, paddle shops and cafe's yet far enough away to be peaceful and boarders, kayaker's and kite surfers all from this property. quiet. Hours can be spent marvelling at the view of the Raglan Harbour and the bar, watching the boats, paddle boarders, kayaker's and kite surfers all from this property. pggwre.co.nz/HAM30355

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Situated in Te Akau, an area renowned for its farming history, sits all 205.4284 hectares (more or less), in two titles that 1033 Mangiti Road has to offer. Traditionally this farm has been used for sheep and beef breeding but recently has been used for bull grazing and cropping. It's mostly easy rolling contour with approx. 40ha crop able ash over clay loam soil allow for many farming options.

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4337 State Highway 23

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371 Maungatawhiri Road

48ha Views & Location • • • •

48ha (more or less) 26 Paddocks 4 Bedroom House and Sleepout Multiple Sheds

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grant that allows creatives to teach their specialty in schools has allowed Jess and Jair from Freedom to Fly to offer creative classes to students at Raglan Area School. We caught up with the couple to hear about the new programme: Tell us a little about the funding process? The Ministry of Education are wanting to offer more grants for creatives to teach their specialty skills in schools. We looked through what was on offer and saw that there could be a fit to work with RAS. We approached teacher Matua Joe who was incredibly perceptive and supportive of the idea and agreed to work extra hours after school with us during term 3 of 2020 to apply for the project grant. Late term 4 we found out that our project had been successful with a substantial grant and plans have since been underway for getting the programme started this Term.

What year groups are involved? Years 5 and 6 students will receive expert teaching and tutoring and after 12 weeks will perform a show for our community. This is a really exciting opportunity. How do the students benefit? Combining a mixture of circus skills and fun, these classes will develop strength, flexibility, balance, well-being, coordination, spacial awareness and left + right brain function. As well as team building, confidence, patience, discipline and consistent practice to learn a new skill. We are excited how engaging and creative Raglan Area School is in supporting programmes. Tell us about the Ignite the Passion performance on Friday? Ignite the Passion was about getting the students excited and inspired. We (F2F) performed segments of our show ‘The Balancing Act’ which will be performed at the NZ Fringe in Wellington in March.

An occasional opinion column with Aaron Mooar, Station Manager of Raglan Community Radio and the host of the Morning Show.

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wasn’t going to get involved in the uniform debate but…

During an interview with local counsellor Maree Haworth it became apparent the disagreement is one of those things that’s driven by people’s value. Sometimes we’re a bit vague about our values and that can make it really hard for two groups to find a resolution – sort of like politics. Maybe this is why I’ve seen both sides claiming their way will be more helpful to families economically and why I’ve seen arguments from a Maori perspective for both sides as well. I’ve also seen people say having uniforms prevents poor kids from feeling the shame of not being able to afford the latest styles while mufti proponents say that coming to school with a second hand uniform is what causes this sort of shame. Both sides are right of course. I should front up and say I’m generally not in favour of uniforms. If I’m honest I just feel bewildered when people start saying things like “uniforms instil a sense

of pride in pupils”. Likewise if I start banging on about “uniforms encouraging conformity and squashing uniqueness”, I’m sure half of the people out there will feel equally confused - or maybe even angry at those ideas being given prominence. As we’ve seen lately this leads to people dismissing each other’s ideas as being sense-less because they literally don’t make any sense to them. Maybe a team of highly skilled counsellor/mediators could help everyone get to the bottom of the disagreement but I doubt there’s room for that in the RAS budget. The worst outcome would be for uniforms to be voted in by a narrow margin because that will encourage the issue to stick around and fester. If I was on the BOT I’d be hoping for a really clear mandate – preferably something over 60% - before I felt totally comfortable. What’s the big picture though? I keep hearing how we need new ways of doing things and new ways of thinking if we’re going to solve the many ecological crises bearing down on us. Happily we

live in a community which is full of people capable of new ways of thinking, which is why we have great organisations like Xtreme Zero Waste. I’m also stoked to say that I’ve met lots of students at Raglan Area School who have this quality too.

The fact that Raglan Area School has been producing great kids despite recent ERO reports is really interesting but the question I’m most interested in now is; how can we keep producing young people like this?

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AT AUCTION - CAMPAIGN 3 WEEK CAMPAIGN SOLD ATSOLD AUCTION 3 WEEK Thank you to all who attended the auctions, it was a beautiful day with fantastic results

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Thank you to all who attended the auctions, it was a beautiful day with fantastic results

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81 Lorenzen Bay Rd

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81 Lorenzen Bay Rd

11 Park Drive

11 Park Drive

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Bring the romance back into your life with this unique and enchanting piece of Raglan’s history. Built in 1910, it was once Raglan’s Police Station but is now a stunning, character-filled villa updated for modern living but losing nothing of its old-world charm. Invoking a sense of yesteryear, this grand old dame features high ceilings and polished native wooden flooring throughout imbuing a rich warmth into this stunning property. Offering open plan living, the contemporary kitchen features a butler’s pantry, new oven, induction cooktop and crisp, white, country-style joinery and warm macrocarpa worktops. Light, airy and tastefully decorated throughout, this spacious home boasts five dreamy bedrooms and two bathrooms. The two front rooms are currently utilised for business, one as a successful self-contained B&B with its own private deck, and the other as a beauty clinic.

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RAGLAN 420 Phillips Road RAGLAN 420 Phillips Road Beach Lifestyle Raglan Beach Lifestyle Raglan

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This magnificent 5 bedroom executive home sprawls over a huge 225sqm. It is set on 5.3575ha, with expansive views overlooking beautiful $1.049M GST Inclusive VIEW As Advertised or by Appointment secluded breaking Schnackenburg Beach. views A fantastic lifestylebeautiful is on offer here, and what's more it's seriously for sale. This magnificent 5 bedroom executive home sprawlscountryside over a hugeand 225sqm. It iswaves set on on 5.3575ha, with expansive overlooking VIEW Asprovides Advertised by Appointment The house is well appointed, with all day sun and spectacular views from every room. It was purpose built in 2010 and year or round secluded countryside and breaking waves on Schnackenburg Beach. A fantastic lifestyle is on offer here, and what's more it's seriously for sale. comfort and efficiency utilising quality materials features double glazing, insulation, an HRV system & wet back fireplace. The The house is well appointed, with all day sun and spectacular views from every room. It wasand purpose builtincluding, in 2010 and provides yearfull round kitchen and living areas are spacious and filledfull with light. Bi-fold doors lead &towet a generous deck, ideal comfort and efficiency utilising quality materials and features including, double glazing, insulation, an HRV system back fireplace. The for entertaining. Offering five double bedrooms all with wardrobes, including a generous with ensuite andOffering walk-in-robe. There is also an office and internal access double kitchen and living areas are spacious and filled with light. Bi-fold doors lead to a generous deck,master ideal for entertaining. five double garage tomaster complete home.and Onewalk-in-robe. of the most There charming features of this is the Kahikatea Log Cabin ... it is full of rustic charm! bedrooms all with wardrobes, including a generous withthe ensuite is also an office andlifestyle internalproperty access double Beside it standsfeatures a large 100sqm consented implement shed, complete with ...flush shower and claw foot bath. The possibility for garage to complete the home. One of the most charming of this lifestyle property is the Kahikatea Log Cabin it is toilet, full of laundry, rustic charm! presents with itself flush here.toilet, laundry, shower and claw foot bath. The possibility for Beside it stands a large 100sqm consented additional implementincome shed, complete Take the next step towards living the lifestyle you've always dreamed of - Call Jono today! additional income presents itself here. Jono Hutson Take the next step towards living the lifestyle you've always dreamed of - Call Jono today! M 021 488 766 Jono Hutson

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RAGLAN-WAIKATO 1644B Whaanga Road Eco Lifestyle Retreat Escape to Ruapuke and make this unique piece of paradise your dream home. With views from nearly every corner of this brand-new, elevated home, it is designed with the vista in mind and commands views of Ruapuke Beach, out to Gannet Island and Mt Karioi. A beautiful master bedroom and a roomy mezzanine for space. There’s also internal access to the workshop/garage, which could easily be transformed into another bedroom. Set on a well contoured 8541sqm site, there’s plenty of space for another minor dwelling where two families could live, work and play. Alternatively, there’s plenty of scope for sustainable living with manuka on the eastern side for beekeeping, and tonnes of space for an orchard and permaculture gardens in this private and sought-after location. With cell and internet reception, working from home is a reality here. This home has a log burner, double glazed, insulated and solar powered, however can easily be converted to the grid for minimal cost if desired. A labour of love, the current owner has worked tirelessly with local, accredited tradesmen to create a sanctuary in paradise and it’s not without regret that this stunner is on the market. Book a viewing today and get the lifestyle you deserve with this property.

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RAGLAN NEWS AND VISITOR GUIDE

KIWIS AGAINST SEABED MINING

11 YEARS OF RAGLAN SUNDAY SESSIONS

POUTAMA RITES OF PASSAGE

A chat with Phil McCabe about a moment in local protest history from nine years ago.

A Q+A with DJ Jamin-I aka Stephen Reid, founder of the Sunday party in the yard.

A look in to the recent journey taken by rangatahi towards adulthood.

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RAGLAN JUNIOR RUGBY CLUB AGM Encouraging all keen parents, new committee members, and any supports to join us.Help at the Raglan Rugby Club. Wednesday the 3rd of March at 7pm.

Situations Vacant

Casual Bar stars required at the Raglan Club Its exciting times ahead at the Raglan Club so come and join our friendly team! Candidates will need to be flexible and available to work evenings and weekends. Hold a current full NZ driver’s license. Ideally hold LCQ and or Managers Certificate or willingness to train. Computer savvy Have a friendly vibrant personality, tidy appearance, and enjoy working in a team. A hospitality background will be a big advantage. Opportunities to further develop your hospitality career in the future. If you think this is for you, please get in touch. Email or drop in with your CV including a covering letter to Trudi Peet, Raglan Club Manager, info@raglanclub.co.nz

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Public Notices R A G L A N C O M M U N I T Y PATROL A.G.M. 8th March 2021 at the local Fire Brigade Rooms starting 7pm

THE HEAT IS ON... THE RAGLAN LIGHT EXERCISE GROUP SESSIONS Monday & Thursday. 10am to 11am. St Peters Hall. Everybody is most welcome to attend.

REGULAR EVENTS: Clay Shed Member’s Night weekly on Wed, 5-7pm Raglan Falafel every Thursday from 5.30pm MOVIES: Karioi - The Film • Fri 5 Mar at 5pm • Fri 5 Mar at 7pm Door sales 30 mins prior Reserve raglanmovies.nz

at Little Hill Studios until Sun 28 Feb 10am-3pm. Open to the public on weekends and public holidays or by appointment. Featuring work by Wanda Barker and Mary Spacapan, Picking up the Pieces describes an anthropological process of reconciliation to culture and self, as Wanda and Mary take inventory of past, present and future.  49B Hill Road | Raglan

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Waikato District Council is contracting Recon Ltd to take aerial images across the district from February to April. This work has been done in previous years by helicopter however, it will now be done by drone which has a lower environmental impact and is less obtrusive to stock. The images will be used for geographic information system mapping across council to evaluate development and assist planning. G J Ion Chief Executive

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CLOSING THE WEEKLY SOMATIC LOOP: RAGLAN 5.30 M O V E M E N T - 8pm - 25th March. C L A S S E S Networking event at R e l e a r n i n g Xtreme Zero Waste. Be Healthy Movement part of the flourishing with Dyana Wells In My Good Books zero waste community / Open Ground in Raglan.  Hear from Tuesdays from Quality 2nd hand books guest speakers, 2nd March, Open Wed- Sun enjoy nibbles and 6 : 0 0 p m – 7 : 1 5 p m from 10am delicious beers from W e d n e s d a y s 2 Wallis St Workshop Brewing from 3rd March, EVERY SUNDAY Books wanted. Co. RSVP: www. 9 . 3 0 a m - 1 0 . 4 5 a m . 021 027 33081 - COMMUNITY eventbrite.co.nz/e/ At Open Ground Yoga KAI & CRAFT 136889727861 Shala, 24 Lily Street, TINY SHOP TWILIGHT GOLF Raglan. Services Offered RESTARTS 4 dyanawells@gmail. The space is offered FEBRUARY for 11 com on a donation basis, FLUE CLEANING weeks till April 15th. https://openground. giving artists an th could you print this in the FebAND 25 Chronicle under “What's Please send the account LOG FIRE On?”obligation Food Truck available. Please & pressure earth/classes/ All welcome to attend. to Julia Brown, 59 Wainui Road, Raglan free environment inspection All 3225 or to $125. kenjuliabrown@gmail.com. to launch new flue and log fire repairs FORTNIGHTLY KUM Many thanks. Julia Brown products or ideas. NYE CLASSES including new fire Eat A Rainbow can be installations. Please Kum Nye means ‘inner found every Sunday massage’. with Dyana phone Mark on 07from 5pm until sold Wells / Open Ground World Day of Prayer 8298103/021457342 out serving nutritious, vegetarian kai on Fortnightly from Friday th Fri 5 March, 10am a ‘pay what you 5th March, 9.30amCARPENTER/ can afford’ basis. 10.45am. At Open Church@Stewart St BUILDER Everyone is welcome Ground Yoga Shala, 24 to dine out without Lily Street, Raglan Haere mai. All welcome AVAILABLE fear of breaking d y a n a w e l l s @ 30+ years experience the bank. For more g m a i l . c o m renovations, decks information - find Community Kai & retaining walls Craft on Facebook or glass balustrades

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Act now. Look out for velvetleaf and prevent its spread. For more information call Waikato Regional Council on 0800 800 401 or visit waikatoregion.govt.nz. February 2021 (6907)

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If you are looking for to get on the Raglan property ladder then this little low maintenance beauty is just the ticket. The charming 2 bedroom home was constructed by Kiwi Designer Homes in 2019 and has a good sized deck which enjoys nice inner harbour views. Set on a 467m2 freehold section in a great location, the property is elevated and sunny, yet sheltered and private. Perfect for a modern lock up and leave holiday home and ideal for a first home buyer. Call Kyle for all the details.

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Are you the one who loves space, enjoys the creativity in renovating, or looking for a property with opportunity? This property, after 40 plus years is on the market for new owners to continue being one with nature, retreating to the sounds and views of the ocean, native birds and the ever changing light amongst the trees. The Rustic 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom home with surrounding decks fire place and high beams ceilings requires hard work and energy for seeing the potential of this home. The large carport with a spacious room above serves as an extra living area. Contact Robbie for more information

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13 Lorenzen Bay Road, Raglan Fantastic Views Of Mt. Karioi Well maintained 3 bedroom weatherboard cottage home, plenty of charm and character with it’s well polished timer flooring and distinctive decor. The kitchen has great storage and feature tiles and is open to the dining and living areas. The dishwasher in the kitchen does not work. Wood-burner for those cooler days, 2 sets of timber French doors make access to deck easy for outdoor living. Call Natasha for more details.

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8 Wallis Street, Raglan Raglan, 3bedrooms + Living/4th bedroom Enjoy all that this prime Raglan location has to offer, only steps away from bars, restaurants and coffee stops to get your morning cuppa as you stroll to the waterfront. You can’t get more central than this - 8 Wallis Street is literally situated right in the hub of Raglan and did we mention it has he most amazing north facing private deck with views of the harbour?! May consider a welltrained, outside dog. Call Natasha for more details.

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9 Nau Mai Rd

Explore Your Light Industrial Options Here For Sale $495,000 Contact Kyle Leuthart - 021 903 309 Email

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This Light Industrial zoned section is located in the growing Nau Mai Business Park with a total land area of 2200m2 and featuring a large 1550m2 flat engineered building platform. Nau Mai Business Park is a wise investment choice, either to land bank , lease out or run your own operation here. Call Kyle or Matt for all the details. Only 2 Lots available in the subdivision. Get in quick!

$680 p/w Natasha Black - 027 555 9994 nblack.raglan@ljhooker.co.nz ljhooker.co.nz/35QHFG

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