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For Â family Â reasons Â we Â visit Â Raglan Â two Â to Â three Â times Â a Â year. Â This Â time Â on Â the Â weekend Â we Â stayed Â at Â the Â Harbourview Â Hotel. Raglan Â has Â something Â for Â everyone Â from Â one Â to Â a Â hundred Â and Â one, Â and Â I Â must Â admit Â that Â I Â am Â approaching Â the Â upper Â limit Â with Â terrifying Â speed.
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Longtime Â Raglanite Â Rob Â Galloway Â felt Â mostly Â a Â sense Â of Â relief Â last Â Friday Â morning Â as Â his Â 12-Âton Â fast-Âcruising Â yacht Â built Â at Â the Â wharf Â over Â the Â past Â four Â years Â ZDVÂżQDOO\OLIWHGE\FUDQHVZXQJ out Â over Â the Â water Â and Â launched Â to Â the Â cheers Â of Â a Â good Â crowd.
WKHNHHOKDGWREHDQH[DFWÂżW If Â it Â hadnâ€™t Â been Â he Â might Â wellâ€™ve Â taken Â to Â it Â with Â a Â chisel, Â he Â quipped. It Â was Â â€œtouch Â and Â goâ€? Â in Â the Â water Â for Â a Â bit Â too, Â Rob Â added, Â as Â the Â hefty Â keel Â â€“ Â which Â hadnâ€™t Â been Â lifted Â right Â up Â â€“ Â touched Â the Â sand Â and Â had Â to Â be Â lifted Â further, Â then Â wedged Â with Â planks Â of Â
â€œNo Â leaks, Â everythingâ€™s Â good,â€? Â he Â wood Â from Â inside Â the Â boat. %XW RQFH DĂ€RDW DQG UHOHDVHG IURP told Â the Â Chronicle Â soon Â after, Â although Â some Â small Â issues Â around Â the Â steering Â the Â craneâ€™s Â straps Â the Â sleek Â 18 Â metre-Â and Â the Â lifting Â keel Â â€“ Â an Â unusual Â feature Â long, Â Bakewell-ÂWhite Â designer Â yacht Â of Â the Â cruiserâ€™s Â design Â â€“ Â were Â still Â to Â looked Â picture Â perfect Â as Â it Â was Â towed Â out Â into Â the Â still Â harbour Â waters Â by Â be Â sorted.
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around Â the Â Gulf Â Harbour Â and Â Great Â Barrier Â Island Â in Â between Â commitments Â back Â in Â Raglan. Â When Â theyâ€™re Â ready, Â adds Â Rob, Â theyâ€™ll Â sail Â IDUWKHUDÂżHOGWRWKH3DFLÂżF,VODQGVWKRXJKQRW necessarily Â this Â winter. Â And Â no, Â â€œthereâ€™s Â no Â more Â boats Â in Â me,â€? Â reckons Â Rob Â now Â that Â his Â latest Â project, Â which Â survived Â the Â massive Â wharf Â blaze Â nearly Â three Â years Â ago Â with Â only Â minor Â damage, Â is Â complete. Â Â Instead Â the Â focus Â will Â be Â on Â enjoying Â what Â he Â hopes Â will Â now Â be Â smooth Â sailing Â all Â the Â way.
for Â himself Â and Â his Â family Â â€“ Â who Â had Â VXUURXQGHG E\ DQ XQRIÂżFLDO Ă€RWLOOD RI a Â birdseye Â view Â from Â the Â deck Â of Â his Â kayakers Â and Â paddleboarders Â whoâ€™d Â
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â€œHardly Â anyone Â launches Â their Â own Â boat Â these Â days,â€? Â Rob Â said, Â because Â
He Â reckons Â he Â was Â aware Â of Â the Â apart Â from Â real Â high-Âtech Â motorboats Â crowd Â â€œcheering Â us Â onâ€?, Â but Â the Â rest Â and Â superyachts Â there Â were Â a Â lot Â of Â was Â a Â blur Â because Â he Â was Â focused Â on Â cheap Â imported Â boats Â on Â the Â market. getting Â his Â boat Â in Â the Â water Â without Â
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mishap Â after Â the Â pre-Ârequisite Â bottle Â of Â ZHHNHQGDQGKDYLQJIRXQGFRQÂżGHQFH champagne Â had Â been Â popped Â to Â mark Â in Â his Â brand Â new Â boat Â â€“ Â itâ€™s Â the Â second Â the Â launching.
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7KHÂżUVWKXUGOHKRZHYHUKDGFRPH from Â Auckland Â boatbuilder Â Tim Â Lynch-Â the Â previous Â day Â when Â the Â hired Â crane Â Blosse Â â€“ Â Rob Â and Â partner Â Marie Â de Â arrived Â to Â lift Â Fuse Â NZ, Â as Â the Â boatâ€™s Â Jong Â will Â soon Â sail Â north, Â around Â Cape Â been Â named, Â onto Â its Â four-Âton Â keel Â for Â Reinga Â and Â down Â the Â east Â coast Â to Â moor Â WKH ÂżUVW WLPH 7KDW ZDV ÂłPRUH WHQVHÂ´ at Â Whangaparoa. Â Â From Â there Â they Â plan Â to Â cruise Â than Â the Â launch Â itself, Â he Â said, Â because Â
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Rob Â admitted Â the Â long-Âawaited Â Raglan Â Coastguardâ€™s Â rescue Â vessel. Â Â Fuse Â had Â plenty Â of Â company, Â launch Â was Â quite Â a Â big Â event, Â not Â just Â
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Swimmer aimed for gold at Games Peter Â Aim Â clocked Â up Â an Â impressive Â six Â gold Â medals Â and Â one Â silver Â at Â the Â NZ Â Masters Â Games Â held Â in Â Wanganui Â recently.
Games Â due Â to Â work Â commitments Â and Â schedule Â clashes Â but Â is Â â€˜pretty Â pleasedâ€™ Â with Â his Â results Â and Â reckons Â theyâ€™ll Â give Â him Â â€˜a Â bit Â of Â motivation Â to Â carry Â on.â€? While Â the Â event Â is Â a Â competition, Â the Â atmosphere Â is Â more Â about Â inclusion Â and Â camaraderie, Â â€œ Â there Â were Â 85 Â year Â ROGVFRPSHWLQJÂąDJHLVGHÂżQLWHO\QRWD barrier,â€? Â said Â Peter. Â Having Â not Â competed Â for Â the Â past Â two Â years, Â he Â trained Â around Â three Â times Â a Â week Â in Â Hamilton Â leading Â up Â to Â the Â Games. Â Â Off Â the Â back Â of Â the Â wins, Â 3HWHU VD\V KH LV ÂľGHÂżQLWHO\Âś DWWHQGLQJ WKHQH[W*DPHVLQ'XQHGLQDVZHOODV the Â Taranaki Â Masters. Locally, Â heâ€™ll Â be Â getting Â right Â behind Â the Â upcoming Â â€˜Bridge Â to Â Bridgeâ€™ Â swim Â held Â in Â the Â harbour Â in Â April, Â a Â fundraiser Â to Â heat Â the Â Area Â school Â swimming Â pool. Maki Â Nishiyama
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The Â top Â end Â of Â Raglanâ€™s Â CBD Â is Â set Â to Â take Â on Â quite Â a Â yesteryear Â feel Â with Â the Â scheduled Â opening Â tomorrow Â (Friday) Â of Â a Â new Â vintage Â and Â retro Â shop Â barely Â a Â few Â paces Â away Â from Â premises Â where Â longtime Â local Â Colleen Â Waters Â is Â temporarily Â selling Â her Â Luv Â Vintage Â lines Â at Â weekends.
was Â bothered Â this Â week Â that Â their Â businesses Â were Â separated Â only Â by Â one Â shop, Â the Â newish Â Thabun Â bakery Â â€“ Â and Â thatâ€™s Â because Â they Â see Â themselves Â dealing Â in Â quite Â different Â areas Â of Â the Â nostalgia Â market. Both Â also Â believe Â their Â shops Â could Â be Â complementary Â and Â draw Â more Â shoppers Â further Â up Â Bow Â Street. While Â Colleen Â is Â into Â what Â she Â But Â neither Â vintage Â and Â retro Â describes Â as Â â€œpretty Â thingsâ€? Â â€“ Â fabric Â shop Â owner Â Sue Â Marrow Â nor Â Colleen Â
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items, Â lace Â doilies Â and Â the Â like Â â€“ Â Sue Â was Â busily Â stocking Â her Â shop Â this Â week Â with Â everything Â from Â Crown Â Lynn Â dinnerware Â and Â McAlpine Â jugs Â to Â top-Â end Â art Â and Â antiques. Sue, Â who Â made Â a Â lifestyle Â change Â from Â Auckland Â to Â Raglan Â recently, Â has Â been Â an Â avid Â collector Â over Â the Â years Â of Â treasures Â that Â she Â says Â she Â can Â only Â now Â bear Â to Â part Â with. Â Â They Â include Â paintings Â or Â prints Â from Â the Â likes Â of Â Don Â Binney, Â Dick Â Frizzell Â and Â Michael Â Smither. Â Â Thereâ€™s Â even Â a Â Vladimir Â Tretchikoff Â work Â featuring Â one Â of Â the Â classic Â Chinese Â ladies, Â Miss Â Wong. She Â has Â masses Â of Â Crown Â Lynn Â pottery Â including Â â€œreally Â sought Â afterâ€? Â swans Â and Â tulip-Âshaped Â cups Â and Â saucers Â which Â she Â says Â are Â getting Â rarer Â and Â fetch Â â€œsilly Â pricesâ€? Â on Â Trade Â Me. Sue Â confesses Â it Â was Â â€œa Â bit Â overwhelmingâ€? Â deciding Â what Â to Â do Â with Â her Â collectables Â when Â she Â moved Â down-Âcountry. Â â€œIt Â (her Â collection) Â was Â too Â big Â for Â TradeMe.â€? Â 6KH NQRZV KHU ÂżUVW IRUD\ LQWR D EXVLQHVV ZLOO KDYH LWV GLIÂżFXOWLHV Âą Âł, GRQÂśW H[SHFW WR JHW ULFK IURPLWÂ´ÂąEXWVD\VLWZLOOVWLOOIXOÂżOODSDVVLRQDQG a Â dream. Â Â Â She Â adds Â that Â she Â loves Â Raglan, Â having Â come Â here Â as Â a Â child Â on Â family Â outings Â from Â +DPLOWRQ DQG KDYLQJ EULHĂ€\ OLYHG DQG JRQH WR school Â here Â at Â about Â the Â age Â of Â nine. The Â vintage Â and Â retro Â shop Â has Â gone Â into Â the Â ROG&HQWXU\RIÂżFHVEXW&ROOHHQVD\VVKHÂśOOEH occupying Â the Â old Â Burger Â Shack Â premises Â only Â until Â building Â owner Â Wim Â Wilselm Â â€“ Â a Â friend Â of Â hers Â â€“ Â ÂżQGV D QHZ ORQJWHUP WHQDQW &ROOHHQ IRUPHUO\ had Â premises Â in Â Wallis Â Street, Â then Â more Â recently Â relocated Â for Â a Â time Â to Â Casabella Â Lane Â off Â Barton Â Street Â in Â central Â Hamilton. Edith Â Symes
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Raglan team awake to challenges of epic walk
Raglan Wahine team from left: Trina Regnier, Rachel Bailey, Ani Brunet and Sharlene Poole gather to discuss a training regime for 100km walk
The Â bootâ€™s Â well Â and Â truly Â on Â the Â other Â foot Â for Â Sharlene Â Poole Â as Â she Â and Â three Â other Â Raglan Â women Â train Â up Â for Â a Â charity Â event Â in Â which Â theyâ€™ll Â have Â to Â walk Â 100 Â kilometres Â in Â 24 Â hours. Sharlene Â â€“ Â better Â known Â around Â town, Â and Â the Â country, Â as Â the Â baby Â whisperer Â â€“ Â is Â usually Â preoccupied Â with Â issues Â like Â getting Â new Â parents Â and Â their Â babies Â a Â good Â nightâ€™s Â sleep. Â Â But Â for Â the Â Oxfam Â Trailwalker Â itâ€™s Â the Â staying Â awake Â all Â night Â that Â she Â expects Â to Â really Â test Â the Â mettle Â of Â the Â Raglan Â quartet. â€œItâ€™s Â a Â massive Â challenge,â€? Â Sharlene Â admits Â of Â the Â upcoming Â endurance Â walk, Â which Â skirts Â the Â shores Â of Â Lake Â Taupo. The Â entry Â of Â a Â Raglan Â team Â in Â whatâ€™s Â described Â as Â â€œthe Â worldâ€™s Â greatest Â team Â challengeâ€? Â came Â about Â after Â Sharlene Â and Â friend Â Rachel Â Bailey Â of Â Tonic Â Hairdressing Â biked Â around Â the Â mountain, Â completing Â last Â yearâ€™s Â Karioi Â Classic. The Â pair Â then Â looked Â about Â for Â another Â challenge Â they Â could Â take Â on Â â€“ Â one Â not Â just Â for Â themselves Â this Â time, Â Sharlene Â told Â the Â Chronicle, Â but Â also Â for Â a Â worthwhile Â cause. It Â was Â the Â Oxfam Â Trailwalker Â that Â captured Â Sharleneâ€™s Â imagination Â as Â she Â
searched Â online. Â In Â New Â Zealand, Â Oxfam Â works Â as Â part Â of Â the Â global Â network Â by Â UDLVLQJPRQH\IRUIDPLOLHVÂżJKWLQJSRYHUW\ LQ6RXWKHDVW$VLDDQGWKH3DFLÂżF â€œWe Â all Â love Â visiting Â these Â islands Â but Â PDQ\ RI WKHP QHHG KHOS ÂżQDQFLDOO\ WR improve Â or Â create Â better Â daily Â resources Â in Â education Â and Â sanitation,â€? Â says Â Sharlene. So Â she Â and Â Rachel, Â along Â with Â local Â yoga Â teacher Â Ani Â Brunet Â and Â Te Â Mata Â School Â deputy Â principal Â Trina Â Regnier, Â joined Â forces Â and Â have Â started Â training Â with Â a Â vengeance. One Â night Â at Â 6.30 Â they Â set Â out Â walking Â from Â town Â to Â Te Â Toto Â Gorge Â and Â didnâ€™t Â get Â back Â till Â midnight. Â Itâ€™s Â quite Â a Â challenge Â and Â â€œa Â bit Â scaryâ€? Â walking Â in Â the Â dark Â with Â only Â a Â head Â torch Â to Â show Â the Â way, Â reckons Â Sharlene, Â but Â in Â a Â team Â of Â four Â itâ€™s Â okay. Â The Â Trailwalker Â event Â encourages Â walkers, Â in Â their Â teams Â of Â four, Â to Â cross Â WKHÂżQLVKOLQHWRJHWKHUDQGWRGRLWZLWKLQ 36 Â hours. Â Each Â team Â must Â also Â commit Â to Â raising Â at Â least Â $2000 Â to Â support Â Oxfam Â NZâ€™s Â work. Â Raglan Â Wahine, Â as Â the Â local Â teamâ€™s Â called, Â have Â set Â the Â bar Â higher Â than Â that Â and Â hope Â to Â collect Â $2500 Â through Â a Â few Â fundraising Â gimmicks. Â â€œEach Â of Â us Â is Â giving Â away Â something Â that Â comes Â naturally,â€? Â explains Â Sharlene Â of Â her Â own Â
baby-Âwhispering Â sessions, Â Rachelâ€™s Â haircuts Â and Â Aniâ€™s Â yoga Â lessons. Now Â the Â team Â are Â psyching Â up Â for Â an Â overnight Â walk Â around Â Karioi, Â and Â at Â the Â end Â of Â this Â month Â theyâ€™re Â tackling Â the Â Tongariro Â Crossing Â with Â Rachelâ€™s Â and Â Aniâ€™s Â husbands, Â who Â will Â be Â their Â support Â crew Â in Â a Â hired Â campervan Â for Â the Â big Â April Â Trailwalker. Â The Â four Â are Â trying Â to Â include Â different Â terrains Â in Â their Â training Â because, Â adds Â Sharlene, Â â€œweâ€™ll Â be Â walking Â around Â the Â backblocks Â and Â hills Â (farmlands) Â of Â Taupoâ€?. Â The Â course Â starts Â at Â Kinloch, Â heads Â towards Â Taupo Â and Â then Â beyond Â that Â to Â near Â Huka Â Falls. Â â€œItâ€™s Â going Â to Â be Â very Â tough,â€? Â Sharlene Â says. Â â€œRachel Â and Â Trina Â just Â did Â a Â training Â weekend Â in Â Auckland, Â 50 Â kilometres Â over Â two Â days, Â and Â came Â back Â exhausted!â€? Oxfam Â Trailwalker Â NZ Â has Â been Â running Â since Â 2006 Â and Â more Â than Â 1000 Â people Â take Â part Â each Â year. Support Â Raglan Â Wahine Â by Â donating Â online: Â http://www.oxfamtrailwalker. org.nz/otw13/teams/raglan-Âwahine. Â Or Â donate Â quality Â womenâ€™s Â clothing Â and Â accessories Â to Â Tonic Â Hairdressing Â or Â Te Â Mata Â School Â for Â a Â planned Â fundraising Â evening. Edith Â Symes
Locals perform well at Sandy Bay Both Â Daniel Â Kereopa Â and Â Armie Â Armstrong Â performed Â Â well Â at Â the Â the Â third Â event Â of Â the Â 2013 Â Hyundai Â Tour Â completed Â at Â Sandy Â Bay, Â Whangarei Â recently. Kereopa Â kept Â his Â slate Â clean Â with Â his Â third Â win Â in Â three Â events Â in Â the Â Stand Â Up Â Paddleboard Â Division. Â The Â Stand Â Up Â Paddleboard Â Final Â was Â an Â action Â packed Â DIIDLU IURP VWDUW WR ÂżQLVK ZLWK DOO VXUIHUV scoring Â at Â the Â top Â end Â of Â the Â judging Â scale. Â Kereopa Â picked Â off Â some Â of Â the Â best Â waves Â
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Councillorâ€™s Column The Â New Â Year Â is Â well Â underway Â with Â long Â spells Â of Â warm, Â sunny Â weather Â attracting Â unprecedented Â numbers Â of Â visitors Â through Â the Â holiday Â season Â and Â particularly Â on Â weekends Â and Â public Â holidays Â â€“ Â Raglanâ€™s Â attractions Â are Â more Â popular Â than Â ever. Â Â Although Â this Â puts Â pressure Â on Â our Â community Â we Â cope Â well Â and Â it Â is Â good Â to Â hear Â from Â police Â reports Â that Â overall Â behaviour Â has Â been Â good. Â Â Thinking Â about Â community Â response Â brings Â me Â to Â an Â issue Â that Â needs Â greater Â awareness Â from Â us Â all Â and Â that Â is Â civil Â defence. Â Â The Â Waikato Â District Â Council Â has Â responsibility Â for Â civil Â defence Â emergency Â management Â and Â in Â the Â event Â of Â an Â emergency Â our Â police Â and Â emergency Â services Â are Â prepared Â to Â act. Â Â One Â of Â the Â areas Â that Â needs Â more Â community Â involvement Â is Â neighbourhood Â support. On Â Wednesday, Â 6th Â February Â 2013 Â an Â earthquake Â struck Â the Â Solomon Â Islands Â resulting Â in Â a Â tsunami Â WKUHDWWRRWKHU3DFLÂżFLVODQGVLQFOXGLQJ1HZ Zealand. Â Â The Â New Â Zealand Â west Â coast Â was Â VSHFLÂżFDOO\PHQWLRQHGDQGWKLVVHUYHGWRPDNHXV think Â of Â our Â preparedness. Â Â Although Â there Â was Â QRVLJQLÂżFDQWLPSDFWRQWKDWRFFDVLRQLWZDVD reminder Â of Â the Â need Â to Â be Â vigilant Â and Â well-Â prepared Â personally Â and Â communally Â for Â such Â events. Constable Â Raewyn Â McLachlan Â and Â Kathy Â Gilbert Â have Â been Â organising Â a Â support Â group Â which Â includes Â the Â recruitment Â of Â volunteers Â to Â identify Â what Â support Â needs Â are Â required Â in Â each Â neighbourhood. Â Â So Â far Â there Â has Â been Â good Â support Â from Â rural Â areas Â around Â Raglan Â but Â greater Â involvement Â in Â the Â town Â itself Â is Â needed. Â Â It Â is Â important Â to Â ensure Â that Â needy Â people Â in Â our Â community Â are Â supported Â during Â times Â of Â crisis. Â Â We Â all Â need Â to Â check Â our Â neighbours Â at Â such Â times. I Â am Â hopeful Â that Â in Â the Â near Â future Â an Â emergency Â response Â plan Â for Â Raglan Â will Â be Â distributed Â but Â in Â the Â meantime Â if Â you Â would Â like Â to Â be Â part Â of Â a Â neighbourhood Â support Â group Â or Â if Â you Â need Â to Â pass Â on Â your Â needs/circumstances Â please Â make Â contact Â with Â Constable Â Raewyn Â McLachlan Â or Â Kathy Â Gilbert Â at Â Raglan Â Police Â Station Â (825 Â 8200). Council Â is Â back Â into Â its Â meeting Â schedule Â for Â WKH\HDUDQGWKHÂżUVWFRPPXQLW\ERDUGPHHWLQJ was Â on Â Tuesday Â 12th Â February. Â Â Council Â is Â in Â the Â ÂżQDOSUHSDUDWLRQIRUWKHDQQXDOSODQGUDIWDQGDV indicated Â in Â the Â long Â term Â plan, Â will Â be Â working Â to Â maintain Â what Â we Â have Â and, Â if Â possible, Â to Â reduce Â general Â rate Â movement. In Â my Â last Â column Â I Â noted Â that Â the Â Raglan Â Sunday Â bus Â issue Â was Â still Â being Â worked Â through Â and Â since Â then Â there Â have Â been Â a Â number Â of Â meetings Â on Â the Â topic. Â Â Council Â has Â supported Â the Â funding Â of Â a Â service Â that Â will Â be Â managed Â by Â the Â Chamber Â of Â Commerce. Â Â This Â could Â be Â the Â forerunner Â of Â how Â bus Â services Â could Â be Â operated Â in Â small Â communities Â in Â the Â future Â as Â public Â transport Â funding Â is Â reduced Â by Â government. In Â closing, Â council Â has Â a Â number Â of Â bylaw Â reviews Â in Â 2013 Â including Â district Â speed Â limits, Â water Â supply, Â keeping Â of Â animals, Â dog Â control, Â liquor Â control Â and Â others. Â Â A Â pretty Â busy Â year Â aheadâ€Ś. Remember Â that Â all Â Council Â agendas Â and Â minutes Â are Â on Â the Â WDC Â website Â -Â Â www.waikatodistrict. co.nz. Â Â If Â you Â would Â like Â to Â discuss Â council Â issues Â with Â PHSOHDVHFRQWDFWPHWKURXJKWKHFRXQFLORIÂżFH on Â 825 Â 8129, Â on Â my Â mobile Â phone Â 021 Â 155 Â 3778, Â or Â email Â me Â email@example.com Â Regards Clint Â
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RAGLAN Chronicle 5
Movie Preview: The Imposter
Party time at Raglan Kindergarten
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8 RAGLAN Chronicle
Raglan Kindergarten teachers celebrate 5 years together â€“ with the help of the tamariki.
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team. There Â have Â been Â a Â few Â changes Â at Â Kindergarten Â in Â 5 Â years, Â says Â Head Â Teacher, Â Whaea Â Isabel. Â One Â of Â the Â main Â ones Â being Â that Â the Â adult Â to Â child Â ratios Â are Â much Â better Â than Â they Â were Â 5 Â years Â ago. Â Kindergarten Â is Â also Â now Â PXFKPRUHĂ€H[LEOHWKDQLWZDV in Â the Â past. Â We Â still Â have Â the Â traditional Â model Â of Â morning Â and Â afternoon Â sessions, Â but Â now Â we Â have Â some Â full Â day Â
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the Â two Â hour Â plus Â game. Â Â In Â front Â of Â 20 Â spectators, Â IROORZLQJ D QDLOELWLQJ ÂżQDO â€˜do Â or Â dieâ€™ Â end Â Denny Â and Â Bill Â ZRQE\DSRLQWWRWDNHRXWWKH title Â for Â the Â second Â successive Â year. ,Q WKH ZRPHQÂśV ÂżQDOV Heather Â Dalbeth Â and Â Maureen Â Wahanga Â played Â against Â Sue Â 5XVVHOODQG$VKOHLJK-HIIFRDW with Â ends Â testing Â the Â fortitude Â and Â discipline Â of Â both Â teams. Â Â The Â game Â see-Âsawed Â and Â by Â WKHWLPHWKHHQGVZHUHRYHU Sue Â and Â Ashleigh Â had Â won Â through. This Â result Â topped Â off Â a Â big Â championship Â season Â for Â Ashleigh Â who Â was Â part Â of Â every Â winning Â championship Â team. Â Â Not Â a Â bad Â effort Â for Â a Â ERZOHULQKHUÂżUVWVHDVRQ2XU student Â bowlers Â have Â made Â D UHDO PDUN IRU WKHPVHOYHV featuring Â in Â the Â business Â end Â of Â many Â of Â our Â events. Sue Â Russell
Correction: Raglan Gardening Column. Page 8, Issue 329. I stated in my column last week that a sprinkler/ hand hose uses over 100 litres of water per hour - when in fact it is 1000 litres. The Raglan Wharf Seagull
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Meridian Te Uku Community Fund
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The Meridian Te Uku Community Fund gives your community a say on what local initiatives are supported and funded by Meridian. The Fund, managed by a panel of community members and Meridian staff, is about working together to build strong communities. The Meridian Te Uku Community Fund is for the communities of Raglan, Te Mata, Waitetuna and Te Uku and will provide $120,000 to help community projects in this area over three years.
TO APPLY FOR FUNDING The closing date for Meridian Te Uku Community Fund applications is 28 February, 2013.
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This Sunday 10.0am Raglan Community Church 7 Taipari Ave Raglan West Contact 078257305 SUNDAYS @ Te Uku Church, service 7pm MAINLY MUSIC Mondays & W e d n e s d a y s 9.30am@ Te Uku Church. MON @ THE RAGLAN CLUB. 500 cards, 1pm. TUES @ RAGLAN CLUB -Texas Holdâ€™em 6.30pm. WEDNESDAYS @ BLACKSAND CAFĂ‰. Knitting Circle from 9.30am. All welcome. Beginners welcome. WED @ Raglan Club, Fun Quiz 6:45pm. R A G L A N R A M B L E R S W E D N E S D AY 20 FEB: Raglan Ramblers 9am car SDUN QH[W WR WKH Ă€UH station: Karamu Walkway to Limeworks Loop Rd. 11km on top of the ridge with limestone and views to Waikato, Pirongia and Whaingaroa â€“ bring lunch. HOT RODS @ KOPUA DOMAIN, Fri 15 Feb from 1:30pm. POST-CHRISTMAS Plunket Garage Sale, Saturday 16th Feb, 10am-2pm, Raglan Town Hall.
RAGLAN BUDGET SERVICE @ Raglan Community House â€“ Free Budget Advice & CV Writing Assistance. All welcome Appointments required. Ph 825 8142. FLOUNDERING. Matt Hull is guest speaker on slinging, EDJJLQJ RI Ă RXQGHU nets. Also catching Ă RXQGHU ZLWK D light and spear. :KHUH WR Ă€QG WKHP Demonstration of Ă€OOHWLQJ D Ă RXQGHU Plus an update on ORFDO Ă€VKLQJ DQG WKH Smokeâ€™m Raglan contest. Thursday 21st Feb. 7.00pm. The Raglan Club Inc. Another Fishing Section promotion.
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For Sale S A L E !!! up to 45% off MENS Insight Boardies, Tees, & Singlets Womens Swimwear & Clothingâ€Ś making way for the NEW !! x
In My Good Books Quality 2nd hand books Open Thurs - Sun from 10am 2 Wallis St Books wanted.
MADD KRUNK RETRO SKATEBOARDS $7O 24b, Stewart St Bike2bay 825 0309
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OP SHOP BARGAINS @Hall, 3 Stewart St, 9-11.30am Saturdays. FIREWOOD MANUKA $100 per m3 + cartage. Phone 825 0522. WEANER PIGS (WHITE) $100 each. Ph 825 0568 or 027 555 0568. SUPER KING Bed $100 8255104.
FRI 15 FEB @ YOT CLUB, DOUBLE BROWN, Party Beats, $5. SAT 16 FEB @ YOT CLUB, RAIZA BIZA, INF, Madd Musik, $5.
SUN 17 FEB @ YOT CLUB, SUNDAY SESSION, Jamin-i & Guests, From 4.30 , Free Entry, DnB with BOBO, From 10pm , Free Entry.
Courses, classes & workshops P E R M A C U LT U R E D E S I G N CERTIFICATE COURSE. 12-26 March. Enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org or 825 8268.
and Inspire your Child Classes. Mondays 10 - 11.30 am 18th Feb - 25th March Raglan Old School Arts Centre Info. Natasha Rao 825 0946 / 0277584381.
ZUMBA! @ TE UKU HALL Monday 9.30am, Wednesday 6.30pm - ring/txt Sarah T for more info 825 5844 or 0272106784.
SUP YOGA RAGLAN SUPBOARDING Fridays 7am, Wednesdays 6pm hire of board or byo, to book ring/txt Justine 07 825 0507 / 0211 341 YOGA AT SCOUT 686 or Laurie 022 607 HALL, Wednesdays 6447. 6pm and Thursdays 9am with fully DOG OBEDIENCE 6 accredited Iyengar week Beginners course teacher. 027 389 4987 starting Thursday 28th or corry.yoga@gmail. February 6pm. For com. further information and registration, please C R E A T I V E contactCarol 8255388 E M B R A C E - pawfectionist@yahoo. UNLEASH Your com Creative Potential
FLOORSANDING EQUIPMENT for hire. Ph Raglan Flooring 825 8777.
SAT 16TH FEB, Houselot 17 Tutchen Ave 8.30am onwards. SAT 16TH FEB @ BOUNCY CASTLE, 33a Long St 7amGreat entertainment for 11am. 2 x single beds, the kids, call Vicki 825 new and used shoes, household items. 7575.
Cars for Sale
2 BEDROOM COTTAGE, Raglan West. N/S, N/A. $265 per week. Long term preferred. Phone owner 027 224 1006.
TOYOTA COROLLA Station Wagon 2001, 136,000km black, excellent condition, $7000. Ph 8255104.
S E L F - C O N TA I N E D UNIT, close to shop and beach, Raglan west. Avilable now, ph 825 0154.
RYOBI 18V BATTERY DRILL (Green) On Puka Place â€“ long grass beside road â€“ empty section. On 06/02/13 â€“ please return as it will be of no use due to having no charging leads or spare battery. Thanks. Dan 0274374467. REWARD OFFERED LOST 3 ladies rings (1x gold, 1x gold and jade, 1 black) on Sun 3 Feb at Manu Bay around 1-2pm on grass area. No questions asked, owner urgently seeks return of the family heirlooms (the 2 gold rings). Please contact Janine with any info on 027 482 3674.
FULLY FURNISHED STUDIO $180 per week ph 027 808 1633.
Wanted FLATMATE/BOARDER WANTED. Looking for a responsible, mature individual with a keen sense of humour to share fully furnished house with one other in a quiet street . $130 per week + expenses. Phone Karen 027 369 6487.
Situations Vacant RAGLAN HOSPITAL & REST HOME require Temporary - part-time experienced cook. Please contact Manager - 07-8258306 CLEANER FOR FAMILY HOME. 2 to 3 hours a week. Times DQGGD\VĂ H[LEOH3KRQH Sarah or Ben 825 8938.
Public Notices CAR BOOT SALE Sunday 17 February, 2013, Raglan Club Car Park, 10am to 2pm, Site Booking Ph 825 8521. Raglan Residents & Ratepayers Assn.
W H A I N G A R O A WHANAU HOE WAKA, WAKA AMA NOVICE MUSTER, Te Kopua Boat Ramp, Monday 18th February 2013 at 6pm. All Welcome, Nau Mai, Haere Mai. FOR INFORMATION ABOUT the Raglan Swimming Club (open days and club lane swimming times) check out our website www. sportsground.co.nz/ RaglanSwimClub or like us on Facebook (Search for Raglan Swimming Club). R A G L A N H O R T I C U LT U R A L SOCIETY 2XU Ă€UVW meeting for the year will be held on the 19th Feb at Ngaire Brewertonâ€™s home,796 Te Mata Rd.We suggest that members car pool at the Union Hall to leave by 1pm.Please bring a folding chair if you have one and a small plate of food for afternoon tea.There are no copetitions at this meeting.We look forward to seeing you and welcome any new members. POST-CHRISTMAS PLUNKET GARAGE SALE, Saturday 16th Feb, 10am-2pm, Raglan Town hall. To book a table, contact Charlotte 825 7332. KARANGA RA, KARANGA RA. Anei te panui mo te hapori e pa ana kit e AGM ki Whaingaroa Te Kohanga. When: 28 Feb @ 6pm. Where: Whaingaroa Te Kohunga Reo . 94 Riria Kereopa Memorial Drive. Whaingaroa. Nau mai, Haere mai.
USE YOUR WIT, DONâ€™T PUNCH AND HIT Raglan Violence Prevention and Awareness
LAWNMOWING CONTRACTOR REQUIRED 5DJODQ/DZQV/WGUHTXLUHVDUHOLDEOHSK\VLFDOO\Ă€W person to join our team. Experience with lawnmowing and line trimming would be an advantage. This job is physically demanding so a KLJKOHYHORIĂ€WQHVVLVUHTXLUHG Thirty hours a week; weather dependent. Machinery and tools provided. To work for Raglan Lawns you are required to: Â‡ Have your own transport; station wagon, van or ute would be suitable Â‡ Current New Zealand drivers license Â‡ Mechanical aptitude Â‡ Maintain a tidy appearance Â‡ 3K\VLFDOO\Ă€W References required If you meet the above requirements please phone Jo: 825 8515 for further details.
RAGLAN RETURNED AND SERVICES ASSN INC ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Sunday, 10 March 2013, at 1.30pm At Raglan Bowling Club, James Street. Agenda :Â‡Obituaries Â‡Ode Â‡&RQĂ€UPDWLRQRI Minutes Â‡Matters Arising
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NGATI TAMAINUPO, NGATI TE HUAKI, NGATI KOTARA TREATY CLAIM HUI Mai Uenuku ki te Whenua Marae â€“ Waingaro. Sat 16th February. 10am (lunch provided) Kaupapa: Treaty Â Claim: Â Preparation Â for Â upcoming Â Hearings. For Â apologies Â or Â for Â a Â copy Â of Â the Â full Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â programme, Â email: Â email@example.com Nau Â mai, Â Haere Â mai TAINUI HAPU WAITANGI TRIBUNAL CLAIM. NOTICE OF UPCOMING HUI
Friday 15th February 2013 â€“ 6pm (5pm dinner provided). Poihakena Marae, Wainui Rd, Raglan. Preparation Â for Â Whaingaroa Â Harbour Â Tribunal Â Hearing Â continues. Meet Â with Â legal Â representative Â to Â discuss Â issues Â and Â directions. Tangata Â whenua Â witnesses Â and Â preparation Â of Â briefs Â of Â evidence. Waiata Â / Â haka. Friday 22nd March 2013 â€“ 6pm (5pm dinner provided). Whaingaroa Â ki Â te Â Whenua Â (Kokiri Â Centre), Â Wainui Â Rd, Â Raglan. Preparation Â for Â Whaingaroa Â Harbour Â Tribunal Â Hearing. Feedback, Â discussions Â and Â direction Â from Â legal Â representative. Finalising Â tangata Â whenua Â briefs Â of Â evidence. Waiata Â / Â haka. Please Â rsvp Â to Â administration Â manager, Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Rolande Â Paekau Â for Â catering Â purposes. For Â apologies Â or Â for Â a Â copy Â of Â the Â full Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â programme, Â email: Â
Administration Manager at: firstname.lastname@example.org or (07) 825 0259 Nau Â mai, Â Haere Â mai
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AUCTION - Friday 1st March 2013 SP5D\:KLWH2IĂ€FH%RZ6W5DJODQ Enter the Auction property address in either YouTube or Google for video. â€œBY THE LIGHT -Â OF THE SILVERY MOONâ€?
Prime Â waterfront Â property Â offering Â 3 Â bedrooms, Â two Â spacious Â bathrooms, Â modern Â kitchen Â and Â self Â contained Â Ă€DW6WXQQLQJKDUERXUYLHZVDQG access Â to Â the Â water Â of Â Moonlight Â Bay Â at Â the Â bottom Â of Â the Â landscaped Â garden. Â Great Â buying Â in Â popular Â Greenslade Â Road, Â Raglan.
Prior Â Auction Â offers Â considered.
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OPEN HOME Saturday Â 1pm 78e Â Greenslade Â Rd
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Two Â Lockwood Â style Â homes Â on Â 809m2. Â Main Â house Â has Â 4 Â bedrooms, Â master Â with Â ensuite, Â lock-Âup Â garage Â and Â decking Â to Â take Â LQ(VWXDU\DQG0W.DULRLYLHZV7KHOLWWOH cottage Â has Â 1 Â bedroom Â and Â a Â carport, Â both Â properties Â are Â currently Â rented Â out Â so Â would Â make Â a Â great Â investment Â opportunity. Â The Â property Â is Â located Â just Â a Â short Â walk Â into Â town, Â at Â the Â bottom Â of Â the Â road Â is Â a Â walking Â track Â along Â the Â estuary Â and Â up Â to Â the Â local Â school. Prior Â Auction Â offers Â considered.
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SECTION, 7 PUKA PLACE. Selling at Auction 1.03.13!! Section site 659 sq metres. Situated close to great swimming bay.
OPEN HOMES this weekend 16th & 17th February Saturday Â 12-Â12.45pm Â â€“ Â 115 Â Riria Â Â Sunday Â 12-Â12.45pm Â â€“ Â 115 Â Riria Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Kereopa Â Memorial Â Dr Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Kereopa Â Memorial Â Dr Saturday Â 1pm Â Â -Â Â 78e Â Greenslade Â Rd Sunday Â 12pm Â â€“ Â 6b Â Primrose Â St Saturday Â 2pm Â â€“ Â 71 Â Lorenzen Â Bay Â Rd Sunday Â 1pm Â -Â15 Â & Â 15a Â Tutchen Â Ave Â Saturday Â 2pm Â â€“ Â 5a Â Waikowhai Â Pl
Sunday Â 1pm Â â€“ Â 14 Â Kaitoke Â St
Sunday Â 2pm Â â€“ Â 2 Â Daisy Â St
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2 Â double Â bedrooms Â with Â sun Â room Large Â garage Low Â maintenance Great Â location 1/2 Â int Â in Â 918m2
Saturday Â 2pm 5a Â Waikowhai Â Pl
This Â beach Â cottage Â has Â 2 Â bedrooms Â plus Â an Â enclosed Â decking Â to Â take Â advantage Â of Â summer Â sunsets Â and Â BBQs. Â Situated Â on Â a Â large Â 812m2 Â Section, Â leave Â the Â car Â at Â home Â and Â walk Â to Â town. Â Huge Â potential Â to Â develop Â further. Â Bring Â the Â family, Â boats Â and Â tents.
IDEAL BEACH BACH $290,000
CHARACTER CUTIE $355,000
KIWI CLASSIC $365,000
Sunday Â 1pm .DLWRNH6W
This Â near Â new Â home Â has Â it Â all. Â Â 3 Â double Â EHGURRPVSOXVRIÂżFHODUJHGRXEOHJDUDJH with Â internal Â access. Â Some Â water Â views, Â stunning Â kitchen Â with Â scullery. Â Â Large Â open Â SODQORXQJHĂ€RZLQJRQWRVXQGUHQFKHG decking. Â Â The Â grounds Â have Â been Â landscaped Â and Â manicured Â to Â an Â easy Â care Â tapestry Â to Â just Â enjoy Â now. Â Great Â location, Â walk Â to Â Cox Â and Â Lorenzen Â Bay. Â Â If Â quality Â is Â what Â you Â are Â after Â weâ€™ve Â found Â it!!! Â Prior Â Auction Â offers Â considered.
Sunday Â 12pm 6b Â Primrose Â St
7KLVLVDSHUIHFWÂżUVWKRPH rental Â or Â bach, Â the Â home Â offers Â 3 Â double Â bedrooms, Â modern Â NLWFKHQSROLVKHGZRRGHQĂ€RRUV DQGDODUJHÂżUHSODFH)XOO\ fenced Â low Â maintenance Â section Â 420m2 Â and Â conveniently Â located Â for Â easy Â access Â to Â the Â beaches Â and Â town. Â This Â home Â sits Â on Â a Â corner Â site Â and Â gets Â all Â day Â sun, Â priced Â to Â sell Â with Â realistic Â vendor. Â Call Â to Â view.
QUALITY IS THE ONLY WORD!!!
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A Â combination Â of Â great Â family Â living Â and Â tremendous Â estuary Â views Â close Â to Â town Â and Â school. Â Â This Â home Â has Â 3 Â double Â bedrooms, Â ensuite Â plus Â separate Â bathroom Â and Â toilet. Â Â Large Â double Â garage Â with Â internal Â access. Â Â Great Â dry Â storage Â beneath Â house. Â Â Achieving Â 100% Â for Â presentation, Â maintenance Â and Â ambiance. Â Follow Â the Â Tuis Â down Â the Â estuary Â and Â meander Â around Â the Â bushy Â board Â walk, Â or Â take Â your Â ND\DNIRUDSDGGOHLQWKHPDJQLÂżFHQW.DLWRNH%D\7KHVHOOHUV future Â plans Â dictate Â the Â sale. Â Theyâ€™ve Â done Â all Â the Â work Â -Â Â you Â reap Â the Â rewards. Â Â Youâ€™ll Â love Â it!!! Â (1/3 Â share Â in Â 3035mÂ˛) Â Prior Â Auction Â offers Â considered.
A BARGAIN WAITING!
TRANQUIL SETTING, STUNNING VIEWS
Sunday Â 1pm 15 Â & Â 15a Â Tutchen Â Ave
This Â property Â has Â been Â a Â great Â rental Â for Â the Â present Â owners, Â it Â would Â also Â make Â DJUHDWÂżUVWKRPHDVLWZLOOEHRQHRIWKH cheapest Â buys Â for Â a Â very Â tidy Â little Â house. Â The Â home Â has Â 2 Â double Â bedrooms, Â open Â plan Â living, Â room Â for Â dinning Â and Â lounge, Â modern Â kitchen Â and Â bathroom. Low Â maintenance Â easy Â care Â section Â with Â lock Â up Â garage. Â The Â vendors Â have Â said Â the Â reserve Â will Â be Â set Â lower Â than Â current Â CV Â of Â $280,000.
Beam Â me Â up Â Scotty Â â€“ Â this Â is Â a Â property Â you Â can Â let Â your Â imagination Â go Â wild Â with. Â So Â many Â options Â here, Â the Â spaceship, Â a Â second Â dwelling, Â large Â 3 Â car Â garaging. Â Lease Â term Â 30 Â years Â commencing Â 1.7.2009, Â issued Â 15.4.2011. Â This Â could Â be Â the Â perfect Â extended Â family Â holiday Â getaway, Â short Â term Â accommodation Â or Â permanent Â living Â right Â across Â the Â road Â from Â the Â beach. Â This Â is Â such Â a Â unique Â iconic Â property Â that Â has Â drawn Â so Â much Â attention Â over Â the Â years, Â there Â are Â only Â a Â handful Â of Â these Â crafts Â left Â now. Â Â The Â spaceship Â is Â original Â and Â just Â needs Â some Â TLC Â to Â bring Â it Â back Â to Â its Â former Â glory. Â If Â you Â are Â ready Â for Â take-Âoff Â you Â will Â need Â to Â make Â an Â appointment Â or Â come Â along Â to Â our Â open Â homes. Prior Â Auction Â offers Â OPEN HOME considered.
OUT OF THIS WORLD
Sunday Â 2pm Â â€“ Â 85 Â Lorenzen Â Bay Â Rd
21 Â Bow Â St, Â Raglan Â Â Phone: Â 07 Â 825 Â 8669 Â Â Fax: Â 07 Â 825 Â 7410 Â Â Â Website: Â www.rwraglan.co.nz Â Â Email: Â email@example.com