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elcome to the first update from the Raglan Wharf Upgrade Project team. Waikato District Council and Raglan Community Board have teamed up with Hamilton-based project management company Beca to run through the early stages of the project. The team has been very busy setting up the overall project from top to toe. The team has collaborated with a number of working groups from within the Raglan community to land on a selection of options that best fit the wharf and how Raglanites and visitors to Raglan use it. Representatives from the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment, who allocated $2.5 million towards the project, have even come over for a look-see as part of their tour of projects in the Raglan area. The updates below will give detail on the progress made so far and what lies ahead. At the forefront of our minds is getting the right result for all stakeholders in Raglan, keeping in budget and doing the work at the right time. Our local working groups have been great at identifying exactly what is needed. We are reviewing overall cost. One of the major steps we are taking right now is to review the project costs to try and prioritise spending to go to the right places. We are also aiming to carry out the work, so it reduces, or ideally avoids, impacting the businesses on the wharf. This, we think, will mean the vast majority of the physical work will be carried out during the low season over the winter months. Our consenting requirements may have an impact on this but for the time being there is much to do in the planning, engaging and procurement processes and we proceed with optimism. WORK PACKAGES Pontoon: The working group has got together on several occasions over the past few months and produced a preferred proposal. This is having a technical review prior to going out to get construction pricing
West Walkway Progress has been similar to the pontoon working group with a preferred proposal being issued from the working group. It is expected that this will take further development to produce a package of information ready to seek construction pricing. Wharf Substructure The Wharf substructure is regularly reviewed as a Waikato District Council asset. The most recent review was carried out this spring. This review has identified a number of areas that need maintenance to continue to extend the life of the wharf. After the exploratory work carried out by SP Divers, Waikato District Council has on guidance from a structural engineer decided to close the deck above water to vehicles. This affects commercial vehicles accessing the deck via the service lane on the Western side of the wharf. This precautionary measure and its effects have been discussed with affected commercial operators and the Coastguard. This will be in place until a targeted review has been completed. Health and Safety Updates The wharf has been going through a number of changes over time as it has changed its zoning from marine industrial to business use and its popularity with the local community and visitors has flourished. A number of challenges have been highlighted and these will be addressed via the project and via general upkeep that Council carries out on its assets. Whaingaroa Harbour Infrastructure Investigation This part of the project considers the long-term view of the harbour and how it will be used by our kids and possibly theirs as well. It is looking to link up locations of importance in the harbour that we can highlight for people to visit and enjoy as part of the Raglan area. This is the first of regular updates to project stakeholders. If you want more detail on the above, please contact us with your questions and contact details via email to firstname.lastname@example.org The Raglan Wharf Upgrade Project Team
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Raglan's Spirit of Christmas exhibition features locally-produced and plastic free items perfect for Christmas gifting with all funds staying in the community.
rganisers of Raglan’s Spirit of Christmas exhibition are going the extra distance this year to ensure there’s something for everyone – with a big name from out of town set to drop by on the middle weekend of the two-week show.
Everything on display at the Old School Arts Centre for the fortnight starting this Saturday is locally produced and plasticfree, Susanne emphasises. “And every year more new artists and ‘crafty’ Raglanites get involved,” she adds.
Santa’s visit from the North Pole on Saturday week will give parents the opportunity to take a photo of their youngsters with the man in red while doing a spot of Christmas shopping themselves, says exhibition co-ordinator Susanne Giessen-Prinz.
The artworks include pottery, plants, candles, jewellery, multimedia creations and edible goodies, all priced between $5 and $500. Suzanne’s message to Raglan residents is to “come along and be surprised at how creative and quirky our awesome arts and crafts community is”.
This will be the seventh annual staging of an exhibition which last year netted a record $9000-plus in sales.
For the third consecutive year orders will also be taken for the homemade Christmas cakes baked in Bing Ceramics’ unique clay pots, Susanne says, adding it’s a gift that’s useful long after the cake is Coordinator Suzanne Giessen-Prinz. eaten. the cakes and pots make beautiful gifts The cakes, made with good quality ideal for those “tricky people you just don’t ingredients and to a well-trialled local know what to buy”. recipe, are being produced this year out of *The Spirit of Christmas exhibition the Raglan Artisan Bread bakery in Electric runs at the Old School in Stewart St from Ave. Suzanne says that besides providing Saturday Nov 28 to Dec 12, opening daily people with a great opportunity to continue 10am-4pm. Santa will drop in on Saturday supporting the new build at the arts centre, December 5, 11am-1pm.
This is money which “stayed” in the community, Susanne points out. She’s proud that money which might otherwise have been spent at the likes of The Base in Te Rapa has instead been retained locally. Much of this funding is poured back into the Old School Arts Centre’s new two-storey clayshed-cum-creative space, which is now awaiting final sign-off. The clayshed’s 18 artists also get some recompense for their donated works.
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Gallagher scholarship recipient keen to help others through cyber security Sir William Gallagher is a long-standing supporter of the University of Waikato, and Hamilton-based Gallagher is one of the world’s leading technology innovators across multiple industries, including security. As the 2021 recipient, Leo will receive financial support and industry experience through a research project at Gallagher. From Raglan and educated at Raglan Area School and Hamilton Boys’ High School, Leo is currently in his final year of a Bachelor of Science, majoring in computer science. He says he’s deeply appreciative of the scholarship and looking forward to further exploring cyber security in postgraduate study. “My main area of interest is cryptovirology, the study of how cryptography is used to design malicious software. Cyber security specialists both respond to attacks as well as actively search for and remediate vulnerabilities in computer systems.”
Twenty-one year old local, Leo Oliver-Dowling, has received a post-graduate scholarship worth $20,000
omputer science student Leo OliverDowling has been tinkering with
computers since he was 13 years-old. Now a third-year computer science student,
Leo is the 2021 recipient of the Sir William Gallagher Master of Cyber Security Scholarship, a scholarship set up in 2015 to support academically talented students
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Leo had originally planned to look for a job at the end of his undergraduate degree, but says he’s stoked to now have the opportunity to keep studying without having to worry about finances. “My goal is to pursue a career at the forefront of cyber security where I’m
continuously learning about technology, and also helping people. “The Sir William Gallagher scholarship has lightened my financial burden immensely, which will allow me to focus on the most important part of university – learning.” For over 80 years, Hamilton headquartered Gallagher has had a strong interest in encouraging and supporting people, including up and coming tech talent in the region. CEO and executive director Sir William Gallagher says he is pleased to see the scholarship go to such a worthy candidate. “Not only is Leo a high-achieving student who we’re pleased to support, he is also deeply interested in learning about the use of complex technology, in this case cryptovirology, to help people and society at large. “As the world and its technologies become more integrated and complex, and we move towards an increasingly cyber environment, the potential for harm increases. Supporting great students to pursue their studies is one way we can help, so they can go on to make a positive impact in their field.” Waikato University
Whaingaroa Youth Movement presents The Upside Down, our 18th annual dance theatre production I
n 2020 we have found ourselves in an unfamiliar place. We are stuck in The Upside Down and we need to find a way out. We are called to - inaction, we join together in staying apart. The strange has become the norm, we plan for the worst, Zoom in and Lockdown. Is The Upside Down a result of how we consume and our lack of care and compassion for our planet and people? We have been weaving the fabric of our techno-capitalist world since the industrial revolution and it has begun to unravel. But we can be thankful for what unravels the world. It can show us where we went wrong.
years. “We are about being together; to dance, create and explore ideas collectively. Our performance work is about who we are, where we live and how we see the world.” Directed by Patti Mitchley with set design by Si Willisson. Whaingaroa Youth Movement presents: The Upside Down A children’s community dance theatre project Where: Raglan Town Hall When: December 5 & 6
Let’s not go back to what we were, but chose another way where we live with more empathy and connectedness. If we each take one thread and come back to the centre we can create a more beautiful world.
Time: Sat 1pm & 7pm
Whaingaroa Youth Movement are a group of almost 70 local children aged between 5-17
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Interview with photographer Felipe Queriquelli
The Chronicle had a chat to photographer Felipe, who has moved to raglan recently with his wife. I have admired your work and Chris Meeks gallery and so it is great to have made the connection now. Tell me how you came to reside in Raglan. Long story short, my wife and I had been planning this for while, preparing ourselves and our son in all sense to come to Aotearoa. We shifted in 2018 and saw the country after hiring a camper van and travelling around. We stopped in Raglan for surfing and visiting our friends, afterwards, we fell in love by the lost paradise. What is your background in terms of photography? The first time I felt any interest in photography was when we got together at family parties and a great uncle used a projector to show old family slides on the wall. I was fascinated with that apparatus and with the memories kept inside. When I was 18 I took a backpacking trip through South America and I carried a 35mm Olympus that I got from my mother. This trip was another milestone. I worked for several years as a cinematographer when I was enchanted to read about films, light set up theories and history of art. Since 2011 I’ve been working as a cinematographer and photographer for cinema productions and advertising. I recently completed my Master of Arts - Photography from Wintec. You have an exhibition on the 4th Dec. Tell us about why you decided to exhibit what we can expect? I've always believed that art must be shared with the public. Furthermore, the exhibition of this project in
Whaingaroa is a sign of gratitude, reciprocity and sense of community that I have towards this place. Almost 90% of the images were conceived here so it is fair that the exhibition is shown in Raglan. I hope the audience goes to the exhibition with no expectations, however, through this project, I wished to reach an unseen and uncertain space. The pictures depict 'alive places' or 'places in changing', basically we are in constant change all the time, and this change is always followed by uncertainties. How did you choose your local subjects and environments? First I started doing scouting location through Raglan and surroundings. After coming across cinematographic places I decided to speak with the owners who, in the vast majority of times, perfectly aligned with the proposal of the scene I had thought. In addition, other characters happened due to convenience or profiles. But, carefully, all the scenes were directed, that's why the photographic style is called Staged Photography. Give us the details for the exhibition and how people can get in touch and view your work. The opening exhibition will be on December 4th at 21 Cross St. at 5:30 pm. Twelve large prints will be displayed. Contacts through email firstname.lastname@example.org, some other works can be found in the website www.felipeaugusto.net.
Inkspillers Collective Book Launch event held at the Old School Arts Centre last Thursday. Pictured above are Alison Annals and Matt Kombic. Image thanks to Tony Moore.
Raglan Area School one of two Waikato Schools to receive funding for roll growth A round 7,500 students are set to benefit from the Government’s $164 million investment to build new classrooms and upgrade schools around the country.
“The election delivered a clear mandate to accelerate our economic recovery and build back better. That’s why we are prioritising construction projects in schools so more young New Zealanders can learn in warm, dry and modern classrooms that are fit-forpurpose,” Education Minister Chris Hipkins said.
“This package will help create and sustain more than 3,000 jobs. The Ministry of Education and schools will be engaging with local builders, plumbers, carpenters, roofers, and electricians, who will in turn need to buy products and supplies from local stores.” Projects announced last week are part of the Government’s National Education Growth Plan and the National School Redevelopment Programme. $4 million for roll growth classrooms were announced at two Waikato schools:
- Raglan Area School (four roll growth classroom) -Hukanui classrooms)
“Altogether, $132 million has been allocated across schools in the North Island today. I look forward to announcing the allocation of the further $32 million across schools in the South Island tomorrow,” Chris Hipkins said last Thursday.
The country’s first ever National Education Growth Plan, or NEGP, will help the Government stay ahead of the game when it comes to responding to growth, showing where schools may need to be built, expanded or improved. Focussed on high-growth areas, the NEGP is a step-change in the way growth is planned for and managed, ensuring the right kind of capacity is delivered in the right place at the right time. New Zealand Government
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High Tea Open Home 11:00am This Sunday
Open Home 23 Main Road Raglan ATTENTION, ATTENTION! Our vendor has given strict instructions to sell. She is packed and leaving on a jet plane. We are considering all offers. At last, an enchanting, unique, family home delivering a captivating charm and grace. This home is fully furnished, boasting 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 and walkways and biking tracks. An ideal opportunity for purchasers looking for that unique heritage classified home. To view, call Julie, Blair or Melanie today. rwraglan.co.nz/RAG23272 Raglan Real Estate Limited Licensed (REAA 2008)
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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 entertainerâ€™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!
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Stairmand and Hareb crowned Champions at King and Queen of the Point
ocal Raglan surfer Billy Stairmand was too good for his opponents this weekend being crowned King of the Point alongside New Zealand’s most successful surfer Paige Hareb (Tara) who was crowned Queen of the Point in the Women’s Division. The two surfers won the King and Queen of the Point presented by Backdoor and Quiksilver, the final national event of 2020. The day started out with a full storm and northwest winds before the wind swung more to the southwest and cleaned up the 1.5m waves along with the help afternoon full tide for the finals. Stairmand looked in control of the final from start to finish ending up with a 16.0 point heat total out of a possible 20. “It’s a hard one, I have grown up here all my life, I know the wave inside and out but I try to class myself as the underdog” Stairmand said about his win and favourite tag this weekend. “I like everyone talking about Cederman and Ricardo or Kehu and me just coming through the ranks and doing my thing. So it is good to get a win and a bit of money for the summer” added Stairmand. Stairmand’s performance was highlighted by an 8.33 point ride on his last wave, the highest of the final. “There were a few wide ones earlier that I had seen and that one was too wide for the others and it was good to open up on a big wave and do some good turns”. With the win, Stairmand takes out the truncated New Zealand Surf Series for 2020, his fourth consecutive title. “It is good to finish off with the series win after the Nationals then Covid then I tore my MCL and then only this comp. To finish with a win at home is good, I can’t wait for next year. My plan is to train hard out for the Olympics, that’s my top goal at the moment, head into the Nationals at Piha in January then see what comes after that. Finishing runner up in the final was another local in Taylor Hutchison. Hutchison finished with a 13.4 point heat total after running through a strong field of surfers on the final day. Dune Kennings (Piha) pushed Hutchison for the runner up position throughout the final but had to settle for third
Queen of the Point, Paige Hareb and King of the Point, Billy Stairmand. Image | Cory - NZ Surfing Magazine. ahead of Shane Kraus (Piha) in fourth. Kraus was the dark horse of the event advancing through to the final after taking down top surfers including Kehu Butler (Mnt) and Ricardo Christie (Gis) over the weekend. Paige Hareb showed her experience to dominate the final of the Open Women’s Division and become the Queen of the Point. After playing catch up early on, Hareb notched up a pair of seven point rides for a 14.84 point heat total and what looked like a comfortable win. “I wouldn’t have been happy with anything less than winning this weekend so I am pretty happy with how it turned out” said Hareb. “It took a little while to find my feet to be honest, the first two heats I used a different board and I wasn’t happy with my surfing and it didn’t feel right so I changed boards for
the final and risked it and it paid off” added Hareb. Kehu Butler stormed out to a massive lead in the Under 20 Final with his first two rides in the first three minutes amassing a 14.3 point total. However, it was local surfer Caleb Cutmore that fought back with a pair of high seven point rides that saw him take the lead from Butler. It would only be a second bite at the cherry in the final stage of the heat that would seal it for Butler with a massive two turn combo that netted him an 8.44 point ride and the lead with less than a minute to go. Butler’s win left Cutmore in second with Raglan locals Kora Cooper in third and Josef Jungwirth in fourth. Kai Woolf led the final of the Under 20 Girls Division from start to finish after posting a 7.17 on the first wave of the final. Woolf finished with a 12.34 point heat total for a comfortable win. Brie Bennett (Rag)
fought back late in the heat with a 6.0 point ride but it was not enough to reach Woolf, Bennett finishing in second ahead of Aimee Brown (Grt Barrier) in third and Ava Henderson (Chch) in fourth. Finn Vette rode to the win in the Under 16 Boys Division in the final 10 seconds with a 6.5 point ride to jump into the lead and with that, the overall win for the 2020 New Zealand Grom Series. Vette had trailed local surfer Jayden Willoughby all final before his final wave pushing Jayden into second. Navryn Malone (Rag) finished in third place ahead of double finalist Kora Cooper (Rag) in fourth. The King and Queen of the Point boasts $15,000 in prize money as the richest event of the year and with maximum national ranking points on offer. Surfing NZ
Raglan Food co-founder Tesh Randall named finalist of the 2020 Impact Awards R
aglan local and environmental advocate Tesh Randall was named a finalist in the Enterprise category at The 2020 Impact Awards for her inspirational work in the sustainable food sector. Randall co-founded Raglan Food Co in 2014 when she and her partner realised that they were lactose intolerant. They started experimenting with coconut yoghurt and then sold it to the community. Their hobby business quickly took off. Raglan Food Co now employs 24 staff and makes 68,000 jars of coconut yoghurt a month. It also serves as Aotearoa’s first carbon-zero certified yoghurt company. Guy Ryan, former Young New Zealander of the Year, Edmund Hillary Fellow and CEO of Inspiring Stories - the charity behind the Impact Awards -, thanked Randall for her leadership.
“Tesh and the team at Raglan Food Co are shining examples of how business can be a bigger force for good. As well as their cerbon-zero certification, they’ve helped to plant more than 2,000 native trees, create local employment, and support a range of charitable causes they care about through product and financial contributions.” Raglan Food Co supplies over 600 stores throughout Aotearoa with eight different yoghurt flavours. They also export to Hong Kong, Singapore and the pacific islands. Randall is passionate about her sustainable social enterprise. “Being a finalist in the Impact Awards means a lot because it shows we're having a positive impact in our wider community beyond just traditional measures of 'business success'."
Next year Raglan Food Co will be opening a new factory which will enable 4 - 5 times more production. Within three years, they also expect to be Raglan’s biggest employer. The Impact Awards celebrate leaders aged 16 - 30 who are making a difference for Aotearoa New Zealand’s future. There was $25,000 in prizes up for grabs across the categories of climate, enterprise, global, inclusion and wellbeing. This year saw a record-breaking 400+ applications and nominations for The Impact Awards, which were carefully considered to produce only five winners. Submissions came from every region of Aotearoa New Zealand, with nearly 70% of applications identifying as female. Learn more at theimpactawards.nz/.
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Plus GST (if any) (Unless Sold Prior) A Trophy Property with real 'WOW' Factor AUCTION 1.00pm, Saturday 15 February Street RAGLAN 88 Wallis Plus GST (if any) (Unless Sold Prior)An opportunity to own a trophy property like no other in VIEW A Trophy Property with real 'WOW' 1.00pm, Saturday 15 February New Zealand with real 'wow' factor! The attention to detail By Appointment
Impressive Site! 13ha
Whaanga Road PRICE BY NEGOTIATION 8 5 Possibly Raglan's last large undeveloped coastal block is Impressive Site! 13ha FactorPlus GST (if any) now available for you to create your dream property. PRICE BY NEGOTIATION VIEWin Raglan's lastRaglan, large undeveloped Aniconic opportunity to own a trophy property Located less thanPossibly 4km to Whale Bay, this really is coastal block is in remodeling this Raglan landmark has to be seen tolike no other Plus GST (if any) VIEW now available foreasy youpotential to create building your dream property. Zealand withbut real factor! The attentionBytoAppointment detail surfer paradise. There are several be believed with New modern finishes an'wow' industrial feel. Two By Appointment VIEW Located less uninterrupted than 4km to Whale Raglan, this really is Thomson in remodeling this iconicinto Raglan be seen to sites on this property all with northBay, facing 1960's cement silos have been converted fivelandmark high end has to Richard Richard Thomson By Appointment paradise. Thereaway. are several easy potential building beThe believed with modern finishes but an industrialMfeel. ocean views that surfer will take your breath luxury apartments. main three bedroom apartment M 027 294 8625 027Two 294 8625 sites on this property all with uninterrupted northEfacing 1960's cement silos have been converted into five high end Richard Thomson Richard Thomson email@example.com E firstname.lastname@example.org boasts two bathrooms and open plan 185m2 living. ocean views that will take your breath away. luxury apartments. The main three bedroom apartment M 027 294 8625 M 027 294 8625 E email@example.com E firstname.lastname@example.org boasts two bathrooms and open plan 185m2 living. pggwre.co.nz/HAM31305 pggwre.co.nz/HAM23381
Valley Road WAITETUNA 739 Cogswell Road RAGLAN 214Waitetuna Versatile block, Ideal location739 $1.495m Waitetuna Valley Road WAITETUNA Country Escape
561 and 523 Ruapuke Road
Two Dwellings, Two Titles 561 and 523 Ruapuke Road
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GST Inclusive RAGLAN DEADLINE PRIVATE TREATY 3 1 (Unless Sold Prior) Tranquil Water Front Hideaway 17ha - 6ha and 11ha titles Plus GST (if any) (Unless Sold Prior)
Come and enjoy the location, expansive views and modern • Versatile block, Ideal location $1.495m Plus GST (if any) Two Dwellings, Two Titles $695,000 GST Inclusive home on this attractive 73ha(more block. The • Two houses Closes 4.00pm, Friday 18 December $1.495M DEADLINE TREATY Closes 4pm, Wed 12 February PRIVATE • 8352sqm section or 2014 less)built three • 5000sqm approx VIEW Come andisenjoy thefamily location, expansive views and modern VIEW • sheds 17ha - 6ha and 11ha titles bedroom plus office home a great home with large • Multiple useful Plus GST (if any) Plus GST (if any) (Unless Sold Prior) 2020 By Appointment VIEW • Great bush views • Bush Clad and Water Front home on this attractive 73ha block. The 2014 built three • Two houses Closes 4pm, Wed 12 February open plan kitchen, dining, lounge area leading onto decks • Gravity fed spring water By Appointment Only VIEW Saturday, 18 and 25 January, 3-4pm VIEW • views Quiet location • useful Several bedroom plus office home is aon great with large • Multiple shedsbuilding Site and Track Formed with overrural the whole farm. Infrastructure this family homeRichard • Amazing views Thomson By Appointment VIEW Sunday 29th November, open plan kitchen, dining,system loungewith areaa leading onto • Gravity spring water • 3 bedroom family homewater • fedBus, Container Shed and Studio Onsite. property is also near new including M decks 027 294 8625 Richard Thomson Saturday, 18 and 25 January, 3-4pm See viewing instruction withto views over the whole farm. • Amazing Richard Thomson Ethis email@example.com M 027 294 8625 trough in each paddock, stock and sheep yards. • 20 Minutes Raglan (approx) andInfrastructure 20 minutesonto • views Viewing Instructions is also near new including water system with a M 027 294 8625 Richard Thomson Hamiltonproperty (approx) 10-10.30am Ferry across from Raglan Wharf E firstname.lastname@example.org M 027 294 8625 trough in each paddock, stock and sheep yards. pggwre.co.nz/HAM31535 pggwre.co.nz/HAM31725
11.30-12pm Ferry back to Raglan Wharf
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652 Kawhia Road
Small Farm and Large Lifestyle! 652 Kawhia Road
35 Long Street
Sunsets, Harbour Views 35 Long Street RAGLAN This substantial property set on 1012sqm has a lot to offer. Sunsets, Harbour Views
652 Kawhia Road is currently run as part of a large Plus GST (if any) GST Inclusive Small Farm and Large Lifestyle! traditional sheep and beef farm. Located in Te Mata near Perfectly situated within easy walking distance to Raglans $1.3M $1.15M VIEW VIEW 652 Kawhia Road is currently run as part of a large This substantial property set on 1012sqm has a lot to offer. Raglan this is becoming an increasingly popular lifestyle shops and cafe's yet far enough away to be peaceful and Plus GST (if any) GST Inclusive By Appointmen By Appointment traditional sheep and beef farm.activities Located in Te Mata near Perfectly situated within easy walking location with access to the amazing recreational quiet. Hours can be spent marvelling at the view of the distance to Raglans VIEW VIEW Raglan thisofis the becoming an increasingly shops yet far enough to be peaceful and Thomson Raglan has to offer. On one boundaries to this 95hapopular lifestyle Raglan Harbour and theand bar,cafe's watching the boats, away paddle Richard Thomson Richard By Appointmen By Appointment to the amazing quiet. can beallspent at the view of block (subject to location survey) iswith the access Bridal Veil Falls reserve.recreational activities boarders, kayaker's andHours kite surfers from marvelling this property. M 027 294 8625 M the 027 294 8625 Raglan has to offer. On one of the boundaries to this 95ha Raglan Harbour and the bar, watching the boats, paddle Richard Thomson Richard Thomson E email@example.com E firstname.lastname@example.org block (subject to survey) is the Bridal Veil Falls reserve. boarders, kayaker's and kite surfers all from this property. M 027 294 8625 M 027 294 8625 E email@example.com E firstname.lastname@example.org pggwre.co.nz/HAM31660 pggwre.co.nz/HAM30355
Quality 8000sqm (approx) section with a flat sunny elevated building site Conveniently located in Te Uku close to Te Uku Primary School and Raglan Roast Coffee Shop 10 minutes aprrox. to Raglan and 30 minutes approx. to Hamilton
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105 Matakotea Road
4337 State Highway 23
pggwre.co.nz/HAM30556 Location and Potential BEO $940,000 4337 State Highway 23
Four Prime Lifestyle Sections
Richard Thomson M 027 294 8625
Lot 4, 5 & 6 1549 Whaanga Road
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Situated at Ruapuke near Raglan are these four amazing lifestyle sections ranging in size from 8000m2 to 1.1ha approx, 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. 501 Waitetuna Valley Road
Future Proofed 90hapggwre.co.nz/HAM32446 - $1.95m501 Waitetuna Valley Road
$575,000 GST Inclusive
Richard Thomson M 027 294 8625
An opportunity to purchase 3.5ha this close to the Raglan This is a property that has been farmed with pride and GST Inclusive Plus GST (if any) Location and Potential BEO $940,000 Future Proofed 90ha - $1.95m town boundary doesn't happen very often. The contour of ENQUIRIES OVER $940,000 environmental consciousness for decades. All water ways $1.95M VIEW VIEW An opportunity to purchase 3.5ha this close to the Raglan This is a property that has been farmed with pride and LISTING theNEW land is flat to gentle rolling with many suitable potential including springs, the Waitetuna river and water ways GST Inclusive Plus GST (if any) By Appointment By Appointment town boundary doesn't happen very often. The contour of environmental consciousness for decades. All water ways building sites. Mature trees on about 60%of the property leading to the river have been fenced off and planted in VIEW VIEW the land is flat to gentle rolling with many suitable potential including springs, the Waitetuna river and water ways make this a landscapers dream, could be ideal for natives. These plantings create shelter, shade for stock and Richard Thomson Richard Thomson By Appointment By Appointment building sites. Mature trees onspring aboutfeed 60%of the property leading the40ha riverofhave fenced off and planted in 294 8625 permaculture also. The property has a natural home to diverse bird life.to The easybeen rolling country M 027 294 8625 M 027 make this plantings create shelter, shade for stock and Richard Thomson Richard Thomson E email@example.com stream running through it. a landscapers dream, could be ideal forE firstname.lastname@example.org and river flats arenatives. farmed These organically. permaculture also. The property has a natural spring feed home to diverse bird life. The 40ha of easy rolling country M 027 294 8625 M 027 294 8625 E email@example.com E firstname.lastname@example.org stream running through it. and river flats are farmed organically. pggwre.co.nz/HAM30758 pggwre.co.nz/HAM31412
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1972 Kakaramea Road
Easy Care Lifestyle • • • •
Modern 3 Bedroom Home Large Shed with 2 Bay Workshop and 2 Bays Open Established Easy Care Grounds- 5947m² approx Abundance of Fruit Trees
$930,000 GST Inclusive
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Book delivers double the trouble for local author
Author Steve Horne.
he trials and tribulations of twindom are the topic of local author Steve Horne’s memoir The Trouble with Twins. A teacher at Hamilton Boys’ High and former principal, storytelling has always been a big feature in Steve’s life and his work with students of all ages. The book begins with Steve’s earliest memories as an 18-month old toddler living with his family in Auckland. He says he and his identical twin brother Chris got into all sorts of trouble, and while most of the tales are comedic, some have a cautionary side to them. “A lot of the things we got up to were wrong, it was planned idiocy and we were leading each other astray.”
Like many twins they had their own special way of connecting and for the pair it was with body language and signals. “We would give each other a sign and we would know what it meant.” Told chronologically, from toddler, through to primary school and teenage years, the book’s last section covers the later years in the twin’s history, with Steve living in Raglan and Chris in Auckland. “Even though we live apart we are really close.” Both have had long careers as teachers, although Steve spent a year in the Warkworth forestry industry before following Chris to North Shore Teachers’ College. Many of the stories were told to his students to inspire their own writing and as a Waikato University School of Education guest lecturer in storytelling and story drama. “The more I told them (the stories) to various audiences the more I realised I should write them down and if I write them down, I will have enough to write a book,” he says. The 100 stories he has told over the years about his and Chris’s misadventures was whittled down to 73 for the book. This is a first novel for Steve; the memoir is as a real Kiwi story with two of the stories set in Raglan. And whilst the tales are true, he admits that they are definitely his version of the events and Chris may have other ideas about how the story unfolded. “He who has the pen has the power,” he laughs. Writing in long hand, Steve is grateful that he had wife Val to decipher, type up the stories, and to give her opinion. “She told me if she thought it was crap.”
Steve reckons there’s more tales to tell, he’s delving into his volunteer work for RATA, an education aid organisation, in Africa and India for inspirational stories of courage and kindness. The Trouble with Twins. was published by local publisher Ann Neville, edited by
Jan Treliving-Brown in Taranaki and printed in New Zealand. Print copies available from www.createbooks.co.nz and Book Depository, and Ebooks through all major sites. Janine Jackson
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RAGLAN 11 Park Drive Auction this Saturday 2pm! 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 five bedroom, 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.
GST Inclusive (Unless Sold Prior) 2.00pm, Saturday 28 November 11 Park Drive, Raglan
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RAGLAN 420 Phillips Road This magnificent 5 bedroom executive home sprawls over a huge 225sqm approx. It is set on 5.3575ha approx, with expansive views overlooking beautiful secluded countryside, harbour vistas and breaking waves on Schnackenburg Beach.
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GST Inclusive (Unless Sold Prior) 12.00pm, Saturday 28 November 81 Lorenzen Bay Road, Raglan
11.30-12.00pm, Saturday 28 November
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$1.049M GST Inclusive VIEW As Advertised or By Appointment
A fantastic lifestyle is on offer here, too much content to list ! Donâ€™t hesitate, call Jono today for more information. (LIM available)
Rarely does an opportunity present itself to acquire the most enviable waterfront property in Lorenzen Bay. The living is easy in this impressive 3-bedroom character home with unparalleled views and private access to the bay. Including your own boathouse. Two generous bedrooms upstairs, with wardrobes, share a large bathroom with walk-in shower, vanity and toilet. Downstairs a self-contained unit with a third bedroom, full bathroom, open plan living, kitchen leading to another deck with stunning views. Make your dreams come true and book a viewing today.
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What is Somatics?
Classical Homeopath Janis Beet Dip. Hom (NZ) R.C Hom
Karioi Clinic of Homeopathy habit. This frees the uppe
Nia dance and gentle exercises for drop offs. All the difficult tracks have seniors.
Wright, President of the Raglan bike club have spent time maintaining signs to warn you, so you won’t accidently Mountain Bike Club, who is keen to the tracks over the winter, with some find yourself out of your comfort zone. Somatics is a relatively new brand, and has e’s been working on a 78 Upper Wainui Rd,the Raglan encourage locals to make use of the epic become extremely popular around world. nice improvements to enhance the ride. Don’t be put off (or let the kids put to power the bee shed. Phone: (07) 825 8004 It grew out of Feldenkrais, and developed tracks we have available. They have also removed track debris and you off) by the access track, it’s one of alongside s have been sourced the Cell:research 027 459 new into8547 neuromuscular Can you please describe the local are keeping the gorse and long grass at mp in Hamilton. most difficult parts of the trail network. reprogramming. yoga studios in Austraemail:Many firstname.lastname@example.org Raglan apiarist Bevan Pike with the mountain biking track to those of the bay. In particular the kids loop area has a lot of wind up here We don’t recommend riding them if it lia hasnow oﬀer classes in Somatics as a complefruits of his labour community who may not be aware of it. had a lot of work applied to it lately, so if rained in the last 24hours as parts can ment y and harness it and be get to yoga. CLINIC OPENING HOURS: If you’ve not been, here’s a bit of a Somatics is based on the principle of neuyou’ve not been up for a while it’s worth he says. very slippery. Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri roplasti city – the understanding that the brain rundown. Raglan has a great network of checking it out. ourceful approach has Classical Homeopath Is there opportunity to join a group? is continually remodelling itself in response to tracks, providing users with roughly 6kms 8am 8am 8am 8am 8am Open him collaborate with What level rider do you need to me to How do Janis you getBeet in touch to become new information and experience. Movement of riding. pine al boutique foodieAll the tracks are within 7pm 7pm 7pmof the 5pm Closea 7pm access and make use tracks? limitations creating tension and pain are not members of the local club? Dip. Hom (NZ) R.C Hom forest with one spot having an awesome aglan Chocolate and permanent, however old we are. tracks are designed The Mountain bike club is always view of the harbour entrance. To contact theThe clinic, please phone:for ages from t to launch handcrafted The term Somatics comes from ‘soma’ Karioi Clinic of Homeopathy upwards, as a rule of thumb. If the rider looking for new members to help keep the Access is at the very end of Riria 407 825 0114 which means to understand the body as an inates. to Kereopa Drive (past the kite can ride around the pump track at Papahua tracks flowing, social media posts andtelligent, sensitive, living organism. The body Karioi Project and get Memorial a Domain then they will be fine on the easier plan and partake in social events. Just pop After hours contact: is not a mechanical insensate machine that we area at the harbour entrance). an Apiariessurfing honey head need to manipulate and control in order to get into Raglan and Dirk will help you Tracks are accessed from theAnglesea end tracks. 78 Upper WainuiCyclery Rd, Raglan Wallis St or Zinnia on Clinic 07 957 4947 here are many diﬀ erent kinds of results. You can8004 also check out our facebook carpark. In total there is just under 6km (07) 825 Once up there you will see a varietyPhone: of join. Reﬁllable honey will be Healthline 0800 611 116 movement and exercise classes page459 for8547 more details: https://www.Our body/brain organism has millions of of tracks. Cell: 027 tracks, from the kids loop through to some soon. years of evolution behind it. It knows how to email@example.com oﬀemail: eredfacebook.com/raglanmountainbikeclub/ in Raglan. I have come across move well. Wth somatics we ﬁnd out why it is Have there been any updates to the mid range trails and some more technical ackson track in recent times? Happycontemporary riding! tracks with Jumps, sweeping cornersyoga, and pilates, dance, not able to do this. We ﬁnd out what is getting
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in the way. The job of somatic exercise is to help the brain do its job properly. The brain controls the way we move, so if we want to change the way we move we need to work with the brain. Neuromuscular reprogramming is the name given to this approach. We work with the brain by feeding it new information, which in this case is information about how we are actually moving. We wake the brain up to what is actually going on. The problem for us is that when the brain learns a new movement pattern – eg how to ride a bike, how to sign one’s name, how to protect an injured arm, how to not be noticed, how to cope – it may be a healthy pattern or not. After a few weeks of repetition the brain sends the pattern code to older parts of the brain, for repetitive unconscious reﬂex activation. The pattern becomes an unconscious
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aglan Summer Arts School is an invitation to school to offer more classes, such as furniture discover, refresh or reignite the creative talents upcycling, fabric and textile art, sketching and more. that might be long forgotten or only just discovered. “We see this as a beginning and something that is The intensive four-day programme delivers the going to be a regular feature on the Raglan summer finely-honed talents of singer-songwriters David calendar,” Heather says. Parker and Ben Collier, painter Doug Ford, weaver If the art school is a success, the pair also plan to Ruth Port, ceramic artist Sarah Bing and author Wanda contribute to other local projects. Barker. “This is not just about us; we hope to support and Under their tutelage, budding creatives can choose help as local community art initiatives develop in the to turn their melody into song, a lump of clay into future,” Brian says. a sculpture, their daydreams into a novel, weave a Janine Jackson wonder from flax or create their own masterpiece in Raglan Summer Art School enrolment enquiries paint. to firstname.lastname@example.org, contact Heather Running from January, Thursday 21–Sunday 24, on 027 472 6822 or check out raglansummerarts. 2021, coordinators Heather Cunningham and Brian Thurogood are excited about the line-up of talented co.nz. tutors for the inaugural programme. “It’s an awesome opportunity for people to immerse themselves in a genre; it’s not just theoretical it will definitely be a hands-on experience,” Heather says. Born out of lockdown musings, the pair believe people are seizing opportunities in their own backyard From left, Ryan Callinan, Jayden Willoughby (Rag), Kora Cooper (Rag), Navryn Malone (Rag), like never before. Finn Vette (Gis) and Mark Occhilupo. “What better place to come and have a creative break than Raglan,” Heather says. The programme is designed in a way that people can still experience Raglan life, with time to get in a surf lesson, take an arts-inspired shopping tour or just ix at young series champions were chill out the beach. crowned surﬁsay, ng as class sizes But you betterbygetAustralian in quick, they legends Mark Occhilupo and are limited to 8-12 students and they are expecting an Ryan of Callinan at the Billabong Grom influx enquiries. Series presented by Oceanbridge Already with their eye to the 2022 Raglan Summer which climaxed Arts School, Heatherat andPiha BrianBeach, hope to grow the
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The culmination of three events was played out in solid 1.5m waves with strong cross-shore winds oﬀering up new challenges compared with the small surf at the ﬁrst two events of the series. The Bay of Plenty took three series titles via Luis Southerwood (Whaka) in the Under 18 Boys Division, Georgia Wederell (Mnt) in the Under 18 Girls Division and Tao Mouldey (Mnt) in the Under 14 Girls Division. Natasha Gouldsbury took a title for Taranaki in the Under 16 Girls Division as did Jayden Willoughby for Raglan in the Under 16 Boys Division. Piha’s Leia Millar and Pauanui’s Chloe Groube shared the title for the Under 14 Girls Division.
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Hamilton Clinic: Victoria Dentist Peanut Butter girls, Enfys, left, and Alaia, launched their 270 Victoria St Event wins went to Taranaki surfer Tom business at the Old School creative markets during May. www.victoriadentist.co.nz Butland who won his ﬁrst event of the series in the Under 18 Boys Division. Butland had been notching up big scores throughout the nfys Hewitt creators eventand and Alaia the ﬁnal provedare no the diﬀerent as of Raglan’s very first peanut butter he ﬁnished with a 7.0 point ride and 11.67 enterprise successfully May’s point heat total for a launched comfortableatvictory. Second through fourth were split by less Raglan Creative Market. than a point with Jack Lee (Whaka) getting The - Enfys, 10 and 8 - are nuts the girls upper hand over JosefAlaia, Jungwirth (Rag) and Luis Southerwood (Whaka). about their product and say the best part of the
Bennett (Rag) was one of businessBrie is sharing their PB23 journey withthree local surfers to go back-to-back at the event peanut butter lovers. winning the Under 18 Girls Division in “Iconvincing like selling style. at the market and speaking about Bennett ﬁnished with whatawe10.66 make point to people,” Alaia heat total says. for the victory withtheir Estella Hungerford (Chch) ﬁthem, nishing With dad Mett Hewitt mentoring the Georgia (Mnt) girls in are second about to and sell their secondWederell batch of smooth ﬁnishing in third. and crunchy peanut butter at this Sunday’s Creative Raglan’s Jayden Willoughby claimed Market at the Raglan Old School Arts Centre. his ﬁrst win of the series after playing “I’ve always at wanted have a little bridesmaid the ﬁthe rst girls two toevents. He business. Something could use to fundtotal their ﬁnished with athey 12.3 point heat besting good mate Kora Cooper (Rag) while uni studies,” Matt says. Gisborne’s Finn Vette was stranded with a The peanut butter journey hasn’t always been 7.5 point ride, the highest of the ﬁnal, but smooth somebackup jobs were very labour intensive. no and quality wave ﬁnishing in third. Initially sisters(Rag) hadrounded been doing the ﬁshake Navrynthe Malone out the nal in fourth. and bang method to remove air pockets from the ng New Zealand jars in order to fill them to Surﬁ capacity, which was taking two minutes per jar.
Matt enlisted a technically-savvy friend and some number eight wire mentality to design an agitator to help the peanut butter settle in the jar. The pair adapted an orbital sander which reduced the time it took to seven seconds. Both girls say the agitator is one of the jobs they love the most in the whole peanut butter process. Matt has helped the girls in the various ventures they have undertaken and with every little setback FOR they have not lost their desire to OVER run their3’S own USING THE 20 HOURS ECE SUBSIDY business. “They’ve tried woodworking, making bangles and other thingsVISIT but asWWW.LETSGROW.NET.NZ soon as we have to make 248 WAINUI ROAD a large quantity the quality wasn’t so good,” Matt 07 8257367 says. With the PB23 peanut butter the sisters can guarantee they use nothing but 100 percent peanuts and the quality is the same in every jar. The girls are big fans of using their peanut butter in cooking and have created fudge, cookies, dog treats and bird feeders with PB23. Check them out at the Raglan Creative Market this Sunday, June 9 from 10am-2pm and get some peanut butter tips from the experts. Janine Jackson
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Waikato District Council has prepared a summary of submissions on the Proposed Waikato District Plan – Stage 2, Natural Hazards and Climate Change, is being publicly notified on 30 November 2020. The summary is being notified according to clause 7 of Schedule 1 of the Resource Management Act 1991. All submissions and the summary can be inspected from 30 November 2020 on Council’s consultation page - https://shape.waikatodistrict.govt.nz/ and Council’s website http://waikatodistrict.govt.nz/stage2-furthersubmissions and at the following locations during normal opening hours: • Waikato District Council - 15 Galileo Street, Ngaruawahia • Huntly Area Office and Public Library - 142 Main Street, Huntly • Raglan Area Office and Library - 7 Bow Street, Raglan • Ngaruawahia Library - 4 Jesmond Street, Ngaruawahia • Te Kauwhata Library - 1 Main Road, Te Kauwhata • Tuakau Area Office - 2 Dominion Road, Tuakau • Tuakau Library - 72 George Street, Tuakau Further submissions may be made to support or oppose a submission and are to be made in the format of RMA Form 6 and must state whether or not you wish to be heard. Futher submissions may be lodged online. Paper forms for further submissions may be obtained from Council offices or downloaded from the website. The following persons may make a further submission: (a) any person representing a relevant aspect of the public interest, and (b) any person who has an interest in the Proposed Waikato District Plan - Stage 2 greater than the interest of the general public, and (c) the local authority itself. Any person who lodges a further submission with Council must, within 5 working days of doing so, serve a copy of the further submission on the person(s) who made the original submission(s). All further submissions must be received no later than 5pm on Monday 14 December 2020 by Waikato District Council at one of the following addresses for service: By e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org By post to: Waikato District Council, Private Bag 544, Ngaruawahia 3742 By delivery to: Any of the Waikato District Council offices or libraries listed above. This notice is given under clause 7 of Schedule 1 of the Resource Management Act 1991 on 30 November 2020
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RAGLAN Chronicle 15
7 Government Rd
Contact Kyle Leuthart - 021 903 309 Email
SAT 10-10:30am ljhooker.co.nz/ 30KHFG
WAITUI - Simply Stunning
Located near the popular wharf and walking distance to safe swimming, this spacious, potential filled home with separate unit is awaiting new owners to make it their own. The home has 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and 3 living areas over 2 levels and has ocean views out to the waves of the Raglan bar. Speaking of ‘bars’ there is a genuine drinks bar for entertaining your friends and a small Para-type swimming pool on a lower deck. The separate s/c unit has a kitchen, bedroom and bathroom and is tenanted at $300 per week incl power. All this is set on a freehold section of 845m2 with offstreet parking for several cars.
4189c State Highway 23, Raglan
Location, Views, Potential Plus! Auction 12.12.20 at 1pm
Auction 19.12.20 at 1pm Contact Kyle Leuthart - 021 903 309 Email
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Welcome to WAITUI. Simply one of Raglan’s finest properties, positioned on 3 acres on a private peninsula with over 400 metres of coastal reserve with breathtaking views from every angle. The home is fittingly designed like the wings of a seabird and features 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a double garage. Accessed off a separate driveway is a sleepout, workshop, high stud 3 bay carport and a walk-in chiller and icemaker for the hunter-gatherer. Water is supplied by way of a spring and there is an orchard with citrus, young avocado trees and stone fruit. Popular seaside Raglan is only a short 5 minute drive away.
116J Greenslade Rd Stylish Greenslade Road Abode This is your ticket to modern harbourside living in popular Greenslade Rd, renowned for its private native bush setting, peaceful views out to the harbour and close access to the waterfront. Featuring a recently renovated 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom contemporary split level home with decks off the living area and master bedroom enjoying the excellent harbour views on offer. The lounge opens onto the deck joining the indoor and outdoor living. Other features include a log burner, new heat pump, gas cooking and instant hot water, a separate laundry and a standalone double garage. Auction Contact Email View
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31 Wallis Street There’s So Much on Offer Here! Situated a few minutes walk from the township, this large character filled family home could be what you have been searching for. This property has SO MUCH content with 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, a lovely landscaped 1447m2 section and a fantastic covered outdoor entertaining area complete with an in-ground swimming pool! Originally a doctors surgery in years gone by, the upper floor is now being used as separate living quarters. To add to the list there is a modern kitchen with native timber benchtops, a sunny conservatory, a home gym area and a drinks bar. The large downstairs carport can easily park 2 cars and the boat. Auction Contact Email View
14 John Street
Sell The Car, Nothing Is Far DLS
03.12.20 at 12pm
Contact Chrissy Cox - 027 287 1804 Email
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12.12.20 at 11am Kyle Leuthart - 021 903 309 firstname.lastname@example.org By Appointment Only ljhooker.co.nz/30FHFG
This 1970’s brick unit is in a very central location and is the rear one of three giving it privacy and a larger garden area. It has 2 double bedrooms and an open plan kitchen and living area. An attached single garage has been converted to another room and extra storage plus a covered outdoor area leading to a sunny paved courtyard at the rear. And there is a standalone single garage as well. Double glazing throughout and a heat pump will keep you cosy in winter. Whether you are downsizing, buying your first home or looking for an ideal investment this is an excellent opportunity in a great location.
027 287 1804
021 903 309
021 969 878
021 969 848
021 952 271
021 624 826
027 555 9994
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 • 16 RAGLAN Chronicle
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