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Jo’s Takeaways. Te Kopua Domain......................................................825 8761

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Nannie’s Takeaways. 35 Bow Street.....................................................825 8842

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Council faces scrutiny after Cliff St oak felled

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aikato District  Council’s   felling   without   resource   consent   of   a   protected   oak  tree  in  Cliff  Street  has  brought   a   “please   explain”   from   Raglan   Community   Board   chairman   Rodger  Gallagher.

Contentious tree:  The  stump  of  the  Holm  oak Gallagher  has  sought  details  of  the  arborist’s   TXDOL¿FDWLRQV DQG KDV DVNHG ZK\ SUXQLQJ cuts   on   neighbouring   trees   weren’t   treated   immediately  the  tree  rot  fungus  was  found. The  alarm  over  the  oak’s  felling  without   resource   consent   was   raised   by   council   watchdog   and   Cliff   Street   resident   John   Lawson,   who   said   the   state   of   the   branches   on  the  street  side  of  the  tree  made  it  appear   no  urgent  action  was  needed. There  have  been  several  fusses  in  recent   years   over   the   felling   of   trees   about   town,   including   a   controversy   in   early   2011   when   a  stand  of  poplars  west  of  the  skatepark  was   removed  at  the  request  of  the  coastal  reserves   advisory   committee   after   council   staff   advised  the  trees  –  many  of  them  broken  or  

falling down  –  were  hazardous  to  the  area. The  area  occupied  by  the  poplars  has  been   replaced  by  new  plantings  and  a  BMX  track. There   were   also   rumblings   in   the   community   recently   when   a   dozen   trees   on   a   100-­metre   stretch   of   road   reserve   above   Wainui   Road,   south   of   Helen   Place,   were   chopped  down  ostensibly  for  safety  reasons. But  the  biggest  controversy  was  back  in   2007  when  a  staff  report  to  Waikato  district   councillors   suggested   Raglan   needed   to   plan   for   the   replacement   of   the   iconic   giant   phoenix   palms   in   the   centre   of   town.     The   fuss   died   down   after   reassurances   that   any   “frond   farewell”   to   the   palms   was   decades   away.           Edith  Symes

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In an  email  last  Friday,  Mr  Gallagher   told   council   general   manager   strategy   and   support   Tony   Whittaker   the   tree’s   removal  “doesn’t  leave  me  with  a  good   feeling  of  actions  being  carried  out  in  a   planned  manner”  and  he  was  concerned   about  what  might  happen  in  the  future. “There   is   a   history   of   grounds   maintenance   along   Cliff   Street   being   carried  out  poorly  …  this  latest  incident   just   seems   to   be   a   continuance   of   this   unmanaged  approach,”  he  said. Mr   Gallagher   has   asked   Mr   Whittaker   to   explain   to   next   month’s   community  board  meeting  why  normal   resource   consent   procedures   weren’t   followed  over  a  tree  which,  he  said,  did   not   seem   in   any   immediate   danger   of   falling  down. He’s  also  asked  the  council  –  among   other  questions  –  why  the  Holm  oak  is   being   replaced   by   a   pohutukawa   when   WKH 5DJODQ %HDXWL¿FDWLRQ 6RFLHW\ picked   a   certain   mix   of   trees   many   years  ago  “and  it  is  that  mix  that  is  now   protected”. The  “please  explain”  comes  despite   council   staff   insistence   –   in   an   email   copied   to   the   Chronicle   –   that   the   oak   was  found  during  routine  maintenance  to   KDYHH[WHQVLYHWUHHURWDQGZDVLGHQWL¿HG E\ D TXDOL¿HG DUERULVW DV ³XQVDIH DQG ready  to  fall  over  yesterday!”. The   internal   council   email   reveals   the  arborist  did  a  test  on  the  tree  using   a   rubber   mallet   before   Noel   Barber,   a   council   representative   on   the   Raglan   coastal   reserves   advisory   committee,   made   the   call   to   remove   the   tree   on   health   and   safety   grounds   and   because   of  the  bad  weather  at  the  time.   In   other   questions   to   council   Mr  

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A series of Q & Aâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s with our local musicians

This  week  the  Chronicle   caught  up  with  well  known  and   accomplished  musician  Ashley   Knox. Image:  thanks  to  Tracie   Heasman. How   would   you   describe   the   music  you  play?  Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m  a  wee  bit  Jekyll  and  Hyde  on   this   one.   One   side   of   me   is   into   soulfolk   eclecticism,   the   other   side   electronic   broken   beat   drum   n  bass.

Camera  being  prepared  for   installation North   Island   ramps,   and   so   no   results   are   yet   available.    A   report   RQ UHFUHDWLRQDO ¿VKLQJ WUHQGV LQ Raglan   is   expected   to   be   prepared   early  next  year. All   the   research   information   gathered  in  the  survey  will  be  sent   RQ WR WKH ¿VKHULHV VHFWLRQ RI WKH Ministry  for  Primary  Industries.   Edith  Symes

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aitetuna  School   teacher   Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Connell   could   hardly   believe   what   she   was   hearing   when   her   sister   Jenny   Somervell   rang   in  the  middle  of  class  recently   with   the   news   their   latest   self-­published   storybook,   â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Old   Truckâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;,   had   won   two   honourable   mentions   in   an   American   book   competition   which  attracts  entries  from  all   over  the  world. The  pair  say  they  were  on  cloud   nine   for   a   couple   of   days   after   the   unexpected  accolade.   The  childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  book  â&#x20AC;&#x201C;  illustrated   by  Marge,  who  lives  in  Raglan,  and   written   by   Cantabrian   Jennifer   â&#x20AC;&#x201C;   tells  the  real-­life  story  of  a  92-­year-­ old   Republic   truck   rescued   from   a   dingy   farm   shed   and   lovingly   restored.   It   paints   a   picture   of   their   childhood   in   the   seventies   while   growing   up   on   the   family   farm   in   Hawkeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   Bay.   And   itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   won   them   an  honourable  mention  in  both  the   KLVWRULFDO ÂżFWLRQ DQG SLFWXUH ERRN (6   &   older)   categories   of   the   2013   3XUSOH'UDJRQĂ&#x20AC;\%RRN$ZDUGV Marge  says  she  always  believed   their   books   â&#x20AC;&#x201C;   part   of   a   planned   â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Tales  of  the  Farmâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;  series  â&#x20AC;&#x201C;  would   ÂżOODQLFKHDVDVRFLDODQGKLVWRULFDO record  of  farming  in  the  seventies.   And   as   a   teacher   and   mother   of   four,   she   had   a   good   idea   of   what   kids  would  like. The  sisters  are  â&#x20AC;&#x153;over  the  moonâ&#x20AC;?   even   to   get   a   mention   in   the   book   awards,   especially   as   it   was   the   ÂżUVW 1HZ =HDODQG HQWU\ LQ WKH

Meet the Muso:

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Open Home

Mortgagee Auction

The  restored  1921  Republic  at  the  recent  book  launch  of  â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Old  Truckâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;   in  Hawkeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  Bay,  with  Jennifer  at  the  wheel  and  Marge  beside  her competition   which   recognises   excellence  in  childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  literature.   They   entered   the   American   competition   only   because   theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d   PLVVHGDOOWKH1HZ=HDODQGDZDUG deadlines,   they   say.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;We   thought   that   sending   it   [their   book]   to   America  was  a  very  long  shot!â&#x20AC;? The   awards   are   geared   toward   stories  that  appeal  to  children  of  all   ages,   say   competition   organisers.   They   give   published   authors   and   illustrators   both   credibility   and   recognition   and,   in   doing   so,   help   further  their  careers. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Old  Truckâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;  is  the  second  book  to   be  published  by  Jennifer  and  Marge  

â&#x20AC;&#x201C;  who  as  an  illustrator  goes  by  her   maiden   name   Fern   â&#x20AC;&#x201C;   in   the   series.   7KHLUÂżUVWERRNHQWLWOHGÂľ7KH'D\ Dad   Blew   Up   the   Cowshedâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;,   was   ÂżUVWSXEOLVKHGLQ0D\ODVW\HDUDQG is  now  in  its  second  edition.     Marge   and   Jennifer   are   now   working   on   â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;The   Eel   Huntâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;   â&#x20AC;&#x201C;   another  â&#x20AC;&#x153;riotousâ&#x20AC;?  family  adventure   and  â&#x20AC;&#x153;very  un-­PCâ&#x20AC;?,  they  say  â&#x20AC;&#x201C;  set  in   the  upper  reaches  of  the  Manawatu   River.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;We   have   a   tradition   of   storytelling  in  the  family,â&#x20AC;?  they  add,   â&#x20AC;&#x153;and  donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t  think  we  will  run  out  (of   adventures).â&#x20AC;?   Edith  Symes

Raglan 31b Government Road Mortgagee Auction Hereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a fantastic opportunity to purchase two homes on the same site for your extended families holiday homes in fabulous Raglan.

Mortgagee Auction 12.30 pm, Friday 2nd August 2013 Ray White Auction Room 91 Victoria Street, Hamilton View Sun 2.30 - 3.00 pm rwhamilton.co.nz ID# HAM25246

The first is a 1980â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s fibre-plank home, the second is a two-three bedroom older home relocated to the site and needs some finishing off work to complete. Parking for boats an additional advantage and handy to Town. This is entry level buying in Lynn Eagar AREINZ 027 458 1780 office 07 839 7060 Raglan. lynn.eagar@raywhite.com

Contact Lynn Eagar or Brenda Abercrombie and for further information go to lynneagar.raywhite.co.nz. Ray White Hamilton 07 839 7060 91 Victoria Street (Opposite Museum)

Brenda Abercrombie 027 861 3734

office 07 839 7060 brenda.abercombie@raywhite.com

rwhamilton.co.nz Online Realty Ltd (Est 1999) LICENSED (REAA 2008)

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Supertubes, Jeffreys Bay, South Africa Teahupoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;o, Tahiti Uluwatu and Kuta, Bali P-Pass, Pohnpei, Micronesia Maverickâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, California Hossegor, France Puerto Escondido, Mexico Cloud Nine, Siargao Island, Philippines

10 Lanceâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Right, Sipora, 5DJODQÂśVWRSUDQNHGVXUIHU%LOO\6WDLUPDQGJUHZXSVXUÂżQJ0DQX%D\Image:  Silas and   right   in   front   of   you   is   one   of   the   best,   longest   breaks   in   the   world  -­  and  you  can  get  out  without   even   getting   your   hair   wet,â&#x20AC;?   said   ORFDOVXUÂżQJLGHQWLW\0LOHV5DWLPD adding,   â&#x20AC;&#x153;itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   also   just   so   naturally   beautiful,  driving  down  through  the  

Raglan area coordinator needed for Daffodil Day appeal

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affodil  Day   is   just   around   the  corner  and  the  Waikato/ Bay  of  Plenty  Cancer  Society  is   looking  for  an  area  coordinator   in  Raglan  to  make  their  annual   fundraiser  a  success.   Area   coordinators   work   with   local   volunteers   to   organise   Daffodil   Day  activities  in  their  town,  including   a   street   appeal   and   sales   of   fresh   daffodils.  â&#x20AC;&#x153;Daffodil  Day  is  our  largest  annual   fundraiser   and   area   coordinators   and   their   team   of   volunteers   are   what   make   this   appeal   a   success,â&#x20AC;?   says   Cancer  Society  spokesperson  Rachael   Mounsey.  â&#x20AC;&#x153;Giving  your  time  and  skills   is   a   great   way   to   support   the   Cancer   Society  and  your  local  community.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   a   lot   of   fun   to   be   an   area   coordinator   but   you   do   need   to   be   organised.   There   is   a   lot   of   support   offered  from  us  and  other  volunteers,   itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  a  team  effort.â&#x20AC;? The   Cancer   Society   receives   no   direct  government  funding  and  relies   on   the   support   and   generosity   of   our   communities  to  operate. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Last   year   Daffodil   Day   raised   over   $600,000   in   the   Waikato   and   Bay   of   Plenty   Division,   which   was  

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bush  and   seeing   that   famous   line-­ up.â&#x20AC;? 7KLV LVQÂśW WKH ÂżUVW WLPH 5DJODQ has   featured   on   a   CNN   list   either.   Back   in   2011,   learning   to   surf   at   5DJODQ ZLWK WKH 5DJODQ 6XUÂżQJ School   came   in   at   a   cool   number  

17 Manu Bay, Raglan, New Zealand

23 Cloudbreak, Tavarua Island, Fiji

32 Coconuts, Samoa

Regional recognition for Raglan Bowling Club opping  off   a   fantastic   T outdoor   bowling   season   Raglan   Bowling   Club   members   received   some   highly   prized   awards   at   the   recent  annual  Bowls  Waikato   prize-­giving.

All  Black  Aaron  Cruden  lends   his  support  to  Daffodill  Day spent  on  providing  supportive  care  for   cancer   patients,   their   carers,   whanau   and   friends,   funding   cancer   research   and   providing   the   public   with   information  on  the  ways  to  reduce  the   risk   of   cancer   through   a   smoke   free,   sun  smart,  healthy  lifestyle.â&#x20AC;? For   more   information   or   to   volunteer   to   be   Raglanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   area   coordinator  please  call  the  Hamilton   &DQFHU6RFLHW\RIÂżFHRQ or  email  events@cancersociety.org.nz

two  on  their  list  of  â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Top  Ten  Outdoor   Adventures  in  New  Zealand.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; A   sleepy   town   but   one   with   world-­class   waves,   no   doubt   weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll   be   seeing   more   surf   adventurers   Ă&#x20AC;RFNWR5DJODQWRH[SHULHQFHZKDW Manu  Bay  has  to  offer.    M.  Nishiyama

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Club  president,   Ruth   Rawlinson,   couldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t   hide   a   smile   when,  as  a  special  surprise,  she  was   DZDUGHG WKH :DLNDWR 2IÂżFLDO RI the  Year  award,  nominated  by  the   Waikato   Centre   President   for   all   the  organising  she  does,  seemingly   effortlessly,  at  regional  level. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I   was   delighted   to   nominate   Ruth   who   really   deserves   special   mention   for   going   above   and   beyond   the   call   when   it   comes   to   the   committees   she   is   involved   with.    She  is  extremely  reliable  and  

has  a  mind  that  can  work  problems   out   quickly,â&#x20AC;?   said   President   Peter   Ramsey. Meanwhile   other   Raglan   bowling  recipients  included  Green   Keeper   of   the   Year   award   Terry   Green,  Ashleigh  Jeffcoat,  awarded   Secondary   School   Bowler   of   the   Year   for   an   outstanding   season   and   Sue   Russell   for   the   5   Year   and   Under   Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   Singles   title.     But   for   those   from   the   club   who   attended   the   prize-­giving   probably  the  most  satisfying  award   went   to   our   two   interclub   teams,   comprising   18   bowlers   from   Raglan  who  took  out  both  mixed-­ VHYHQÂśV GLYLVLRQV LQ WKH ÂżHUFHO\ competed  interclub  competition. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It   was   a   real   tribute   to   the   quality   of   our   bowlers   for   us   to   take   out   both   mixed-­sevenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  

Ruth  Rawlinson  with  her   Âľ2IÂżFLDORIWKH<HDUÂśFHUWLÂżFDWH divisions.    Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m  sure  weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re  going  to   put  up  some  excellent  teams  again   next  season  to  do  our  best  to  retain   the  titles,â&#x20AC;?  said  Ruth. All   in   all   a   â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;most   satisfyingâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;   performance   for   a   small   community  bowling  club. Sue  Russell

Unscheduled discharge of fully treated wastewater

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Raglan  area,   Waikato   District   Council   recently   completed   an   unscheduled   discharge   of   fully   treated   wastewater   outside   the   normal  tidal  periods.

The  Raglan  Wastewater  Treatment   Plantâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   pond   system   reached   maximum   storage   capacity,   making   a   discharge   of   treated   wastewater   necessary   to   reduce   the   risk   of   the   ponds  spilling  over  in  an  uncontrolled   manner.   Waikato  District  Council  General   Manager   Service   Delivery,   Tim  

Harty  says   â&#x20AC;&#x153;The   discharge   met   the   quality  requirements  of  the  Councilâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   consent  which  includes  ensuring  that   the   discharge   meets   bathing   water   standards.â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;Waikato   Regional   Council   has   been  advised  of  this  as  required  under   the  consent,  and  other  key  stakeholders   have  also  been  informed.â&#x20AC;?

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Whaingaroa Physiotherapy at your service

Whaingaroa  Physiotherapy  Team  -­    L  to  R:     Jenny,  Tessa,  Michelle  and  Jula  

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hese  are   the   ladies   you   will   meet  if  you  visit  Whaingaroa   Physiotherapy.       Michelle   Rees   (Practice   Manager)   and   Jula   Komene   work   together   as   our   admin   team   running   the   reception   desk   at   the   clinic   and   ensuring   that   the   clinic   runs   smoothly  every  day  (Monday  to   Friday).    They  are  who  you  will   talk   to   on   the   phone   and   greet   you   when   you   come   in   to   the   clinic.  

Raglan  Community       Te  Kohao  Health

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 2XU IXOO\ TXDOL¿HG physiotherapists;͞  Jenny  Watts  (Senior   Physiotherapist)   and   Tessa   Von   Huben  are  also  trained  in  acupuncture   DQG 3LODWHV  -HQQ\œV VSHFLDOLVW DUHDV include   biomechanical   assessments,   VSLQDOLQMXULHVDQGKHDGDFKHV7HVVDœV include   rehabilitation   in   sports   and   QHXURORJLFDOFRQGLWLRQVDQGZRPHQœV KHDOWK LVVXHV  $V ZHOO DV WKHLU specialised  areas,  our  physiotherapists  

are  experienced  and  trained  to  treat  all   injuries   from   head   to   toe   (including   neck,   back   and   pelvic   issues).     They   work   with   all   members   of   the   community   from   young   children   to   the   elderly.     They   can   help   you   recover   post   operatively,   postnately   and  sort  out  any  discomfort,  aches  or   pains  you  may  have.     So   if   you   live   in   Raglan   and   you   have  sustained  an  injury,  had  surgery,   given   birth   or   are   experiencing   any   aches,   pains   or   discomfort   in   your   neck,   back,   pelvis   joints   or   muscles,   it   is   highly   likely   our   team   at   Whaingaroa   Physiotherapy   can   help   you.     If   you   would   like   to   discuss   any   issue   you   may   have,   book   an   appointment,     or   join   a   Pilates   class   give   Michelle   or   Jula   a   call   on   825   0123.     Whaingaroa   Physiotherapy   LV $&& UHJLVWHUHG DQG RXU physiotherapists   can   register   your   LQMXU\FODLPZLWK$&&IRU\RX Whaingaroa  Physiotherapy  Team

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The Herbal Dispensary and plastic free July

Our  winning   customer   this   week   is   Madi   who   shopped   sustainably   with   us   during   the  week,  she  wins  a  basket  of  plastic  free   goodies,  congratulations  Madi. 7KH ¿UVW ZHHN RI SODVWLF IUHH -XO\ KDV JRQH really  well,  with  many  people  using  our  bag  depo,   both   dropping   of   bags   and   reusing   bags.   It   is   great  to  get  the  support  for  this,  such  little  actions   can  make  a  difference  if  enough  people  become   involved.   If   you   have   any   ideas   about   anything   to  do  with  Plastic  Free  July  that  you  think  would   work  here  at  The  Herbal  Dispensary  please  let  us   know  we  would  love  to  hear  them! Herbal  News: Today  I  would  like  to  share  with  you  a  recipe   that  I  often  share  with  mums  in  the  shop,  it  is  an   ROGLH EXW D JRRGLH IRU WKLV WLPH RI WKH \HDU LWœV easy  to  make  and  the  ingredients  are  often  at  hand   in  the  pantry. Onion  and  Honey  syrup: Roughly  chop  1  organic  onion,  place  in  a  small   bowl,  cover  the  chopped  onion  with  a  good  local   honey,   manuka   works   well.   Then   place   a   small   plate  over  the  top  of  the  bowl  to  cover  and  leave  to   stand  on  the  bench  overnight.  In  the  morning  you   will   have   a   liquid   of   the   onion   juice   and   honey   which  you  can  strain  off.  Save  the  juice,  discard   the  onion,  it  is  the  juice  that  you  want.  Give  this   to  your  children  in  ½  to  1  teaspoon  doses.  This  is   helpful  for  congestion  and  sore  throats. The  Herbal  Dispensary  -­  825  7444

Raglan Kindergarten picks up award

Raglan,  Te  Kohao  Health Poihakena  Marae   216  Wainui  Rd,  Raglan   218 Monday,  Wednesday,  Friday   -­  Friday 9.00am  -­  4.30pm   Free  after  hours  telephone  triage  service   Phone:  (07)  825  0197  Fax:  (07)  825  0956   Email:  admin@tekohaohealth.co.nz Te  Kohao  Health   180  Dey  St,  Hamilton   Monday  -­  Friday  8.30  -­  5.00pm   Saturday  8.30  -­  12.00pm   Free  after  hours  telephone  triage  service   Phone:  (07)  856  1211

Dedicated in the memory of Dr Tom Ellison

Dr.     Fiona  Bolden Dr.      Rebekah  Doran Dr.      Mike  Loten

12  Wallis  St PO  Box  164 RAGLAN

Ph:            825  0114 Fax:  825  0104 A/H:  free  nurse  telephone  advice 24  hours  a  day  -­  on  8250114 OPENING  HOURS:   Mon     Open 8am     Close 7pm  

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8 RAGLAN Chronicle

Dr Oliver Russell, Dr. Damian Kitcheman, Dr. Marcia Mitchley 10 Bankart Street, Raglan

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All welcome Contact: 825 7305

This Sunday 2 p.m. 2IĂ&#x20AC;FLDO2SHQLQJ of facility and New Name dedication. Vision Church Raglanwest 7 Taipari Ave. P L A S T I C S A N O N Y M O U S MEETING: Plastic free July support group. Harbour View Hotel, Friday 12th July, 5.30pm. SATURDAY 13 JULY @ NIKAU CAVE & CAFE, SONIC DELUSION. Dinner from 6 pm, Show from 7:30 pm. $10. www. sonic-delusion.com RAGLAN CREATIVE MARKET this Sunday 10am â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 2pm at the Old School Arts Centre. Web raglanmarket. com 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.

FREE BUDGET ASSISTANCE @ Raglan Community House FREE CV WRITING ASSISTANCE @ Raglan Community House. Appointments required. 8258142. TUES @ RAGLAN CLUB -Texas Holdâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;em 6.30pm. W E D N E S D AY S @ BLACKSAND CAFĂ&#x2030;. Knitting Circle from 9.30am. All welcome. Beginners welcome. WED @ Raglan Club, Fun Quiz 6:45pm. RAGLAN RAM BLERS WED 17 JULY: 9am from Wainui Rd car park QH[W WR WKH Ă&#x20AC;UH station: A km each way to Ruapuke Beach, then over 5km of sand at the south end, including a paddle across Toreparu stream bring lunch. RAGLAN LIGHT EXERCISE GROUP. Light exercise sessions: Mondays & Thursdays 10am. St. Peterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Church Hall, Bow St. All welcome. OP SHOP BARGAINS @ Hall, 3 Stewart St, 9-11.30am Saturdays

For Sale

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FIREWOOD DRY, 6x6 load delivered. Pine: $110, ph 021 077 1524. FIREWOOD FOR SALE mixed loads, text or call 021 259 4203.

14â&#x20AC;&#x2122;6â&#x20AC;? FYRAN 40HRS Yamaha on good trailer $5500, ph 0212313140. GAS HEATER (NO BOTTLE) $30. Lounge Suite (navy) â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Good cond. - $250. Ph 825 7065.

DRIVEWAY METAL DELIVERED MDC LTD. 021 2398 743 5 ton 7.5m3

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In My Good Books Quality 2nd hand books Open Thurs - Sun from 10am 2 Wallis St Books wanted.

LONELY lingerie instore !! New Season Tigerlily & One Teaspoon, Dr Denim jeans too x

Gap 40 $250 Gap 60 $250 Gap 20 $260 gst inclusive

Services Offered NANNY AVAILABLE, EXPERIENCED with lots of references in Raglan. Quality childcare at reasonable rates. Fun & learning with other local kids. Call Danielle (DeeDee) 021 169 6816. ROOF REPAIRS. Roof repairs and maintenance, Clearlites installed, gutter repairs and replacement. Call 021 231 3140. 7am-7pm weekdays.

ZUMBA. NEW TIME 6.30-7.30pm. Every Monday night @ Raglan Union Church Hall, Stewart Street. $8. Contact Kim 021 282 0027.

SIBLINGS: 6.30 to 9.00pm. Wed 17 July @ Old School Arts Centre. Te Mauri Tau Inc. Nonviolent Parenting Workshop.

ZUMBA! @ TE UKU HALL Monday 9.30am, Wednesday SPULQJW[W6DUDK T for more info 825 5844 or 0272106784.

INTRO TO NVP: 9am to 4.30pm. Sat 13 & Sun 14 July @ Poihakena Marae Nonviolent Parenting Workshop.

FRI 12 JULY @ YOT CLUB, ANNA CODDINGTON with Mike Hall (Nightchoir), 9pm, $10. SAT 13 JULY @ YOT CLUB, SILOS feat NEL AMORE plus DJs NUNO FELTOZA (Brazil), TERRA (Chch), $10.

Situations Vacant OFFICE ADMIN/ RECEPTIONIST. Part time position, experience in aged care prefered but full training given. Contact the Manager 07 825 8306 or raglan. trust@xtra.co.nz Raglan Hospital & Rest Home.

To Let HOUSE, FULLY FURNISHED, 2bdrm, suit couple, heat pump, ORJĂ&#x20AC;UH YHU\ WLG\ QVQ dogs.refs ess. $330pw. ph 8258410. 3BDRM FULLY FURNISHED house, long term or short term, Ph 021 187 7782. PRIVATE CLIFF ST apartment. Open Ă&#x20AC;UHSODFH VXQQ\ courtyard & 1 large bdrm w sea views. 3 mins walk to town. Off-st parking. Suit single lady or gent. Move in today. Call Melanie 021 760 468. TE MATA WOODBURNER, dishwasher fully carpeted, pets ok, $290 SZSKQR LARGE TIDY RURAL country home. 4 bdrm + recently decorated. 1km from Te Mata School refs UHTXLUHG SZ 3K 825 6813. INDUSTRIAL YARD FOR RENT. Could add building if required. Contact Bob, 021 825 869. 2 BEDROOM COTTAGE, close to town, long-term, suit single or couple 027 288 4800.

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M O D E R N FARMHOUSE Te Hutewai Rd, 8mins from town, $80 + expenses. Ph 021 1205 734.

AMBER NECKLACE FOUND on Wi Neera St by Council building. Call into Right Up My Alley to collect.

SAT 13 JULY @ VALENTES, CHRIS THOMPSON, 4.307.30pm. SUN 14 JULY @ YOT CLUB, ADIOS AMIGOS, Farewell Drinks and Aural Treats from late afternoon cos after this we will be closed til the end of September.

DECLARATION OF THE WAITETUNA SCHOOL Board of Trustees. Parent representation election results at the close of nominations, as the number of valid nominations was equal to the number of vacancies UHTXLUHGWREHĂ&#x20AC;OOHG,KHUH by declare the following duly elected: Adele Van Weerden, Sharyn Heaton, (ULQ &UDQĂ&#x20AC;HOG -DPLH &R[ Reece Van Weerden. Signed Sarah Gambrill: 5HWXUQLQJ2IĂ&#x20AC;FHU

Congratulations to JANE RITCHIE winner of our monthly draw for a $50 Shack voucher. Entry details bottom of this page.

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THE RAGLAN SAILING CLUB will have their A.G.M. on Sunday 21st July at 2.00pm in the Lazarus Room (behind main building) of the Old School Arts Centre, Stewart St. Raglan. All welcome. Meeting followed by afternoon tea. Further info. phone 8258597.

Raglan Community Board Notice is hereby given that a meeting of the Raglan Community Board will be held in the Supper Room, Town Hall, Bow Street, Raglan on Tuesday 13 August 2013 commencing at 3.00pm. This notice is given under section 46 of the Local Government Official Information and Meetings Act 1987. G J Ion Chief Executive 0800 492 452 www.waikatodistrict.govt.nz

Temporary Road Closure

THE METALYARD: A handypersons dream to obscure items. Pipesparts-metal-wheels-bikes and misc treasures @ Xtreme Waste 186 Te Hutewai Rd

THE WOODYARD: Got something to build, looking for something quirky. Recycled timber & Public Notices upcycled items @ Xtreme R A G L A N Waste 186 Te Hutewai Rd H O R T I C U LT U R A L SOCIETY. Our next meeting will be held on the 16th July in the Union Church Hall. It is a mid winter lunch beginning at 12 noon.We would like members to bring DVPDOOSODWHRIĂ&#x20AC;QJHUIRRG please.Instead of a speaker we will entertain ourselves with childhood memories. Interest Table: A favourite piece of jewellery.Floral Art: A decoration using 3 Ă RZHUV DQG JUHHQHU\:H had the best number of entries in the competitions at the last meeting so see if you can better it this month. New members are most welcome. KAAHUâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S NEST: Raglans no1 recycle store for clothing - toys â&#x20AC;&#x201C; sports equip â&#x20AC;&#x201C; furniture- bric a brac and misc collectables @ Xtreme Waste 186 Te Hutawai Rd.

Raglan Violence Prevention and Awareness

Notice of Meeting

M20995

This Sunday 10 a.m. Vision Church Raglanwest 7 Taipari Ave. Guest Speakers: Nick & Karen Klinkenberg.

Public Notices

Te Hutewai Road, Ruapuke Road and Whaanga Road Notice is hereby given that the Waikato District Council, for the purpose of the Karioi Classic Cycle 6EGI[MPPGPSWIXLIVSEHWXSSVHMREV]ZILMGYPEVXVEJ½G on the date and between the hours listed below. %PXIVREXMZIVSYXIW[MPPFIMHIRXM½IHERHJSV[EVHIHXS Emergency Services. Roads: Date: Time:

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Road: Date: Time:

Ruapuke Road, Whaanga Road 28 July 2013 7.30 am â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 1.50 pm

This notice is given pursuant to the Tenth Schedule of the Local Government Act 1974. G J Ion Chief Executive 0800 492 452 www.waikatodistrict.govt.nz

M20991

Courses, classes & workshops

Found

Public Notices

RAGLAN JUNIOR SOCCER 06.07.13 GRADE

RESULT

PLAYERS OF THE DAY

5th Pipiâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s

NA

TBA

6th Morayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s

NA

Pipiri Kenehuru Aoturoa

7th Stingrays

Win 3-­ 2

Jack Tyro

7th Penguins

Win 4 -­ 2

Txema Mazet-­ Brown

8th Dolphins

Win 7 -­ 3

Caitlin Black

8th 5RFNĂ&#x20AC;VK/RVV ;DQGHU:DUUHQ 8th Anemones

Loss 0 -­ 1

Monon Cano

9 Orcas

Loss 0 -­ 2

Jayden Willoughby

in the Raglan Chronicle

9 Sharks

Win 5 -­ 1

Frankie Smith

The Raglan Chronicle wants to hear from the people of Raglan! We would like to receive more letters to the editor and we welcome articles of interest to be published both in the Raglan Chronicle and online @ www.raglan.net.nz We want to hear from a wider range of locals and create lively discussion on the issues that count.

11th Piranhas

Loss 2 -­ 5

Marvi Goodwin

More local voices

Why not acknowledge a good deed or the actions of a community member? Why not voice your opinion about an important issue? Why not report on an event or an achievement that may otherwise have no coverage? O`qfgll]ddmko`YlJY_dYff]]\kYf\ogmd\Z]f]Ă&#x161;l^jge7 If you submit material that is published you will go into a monthly draw to win a dining voucher valued at $50 from The Shack (conditions apply). First draw end of May, winner announced 6th June 2013.

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Open-­Bull Sharks Draw 1 -­ 1

Alex Carter

RAGLAN JUNIOR RUGBY 06.07.13 GRADE

RESULT

6 Green Draw 65 -­ 65 th

PLAYERS OF THE DAY Conor Reeves & Michaela Adams

7th Green Draw 75 -­75 Ngatahi-­lee Simon & Divyne Shadrock 7th Black Lost 55 -­75

Kaitawhiti Kereopa

8th Green Won 30 -­ 20 Oliver Wallace, Lucca Page & Ewan McCartie 8th Black Won 35 -­ 30 Karepa Mataira & Taane Millward

Send your letters, photos or articles to: info@raglanchronicle.co.nz (250 words max.).

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9th

Lost 25 -­ 30 Adam Wallis & Julian Smit

10th

Lost 20 -­ 60 Jack Kirkwood, Liam Parrott & Hunter Riley

11th

Lost 5 -­ 43

Kymani Kingi & Joe Clark

12th

Lost 34 -­ 5

Kyden Waitere

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This  beach  cottage  has  2  bedrooms   plus  an  enclosed  decking  to  take   DGYDQWDJHRIVXPPHUVXQVHWVDQG BBQs.  Situated  on  a  large  812m2   6HFWLRQOHDYHWKHFDUDWKRPHDQG ZDONWRWRZQ+XJHSRWHQWLDOWR GHYHORSIXUWKHU%ULQJWKHIDPLO\ boats  and  tents.  Prior  Auction  offers   considered.

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OPEN HOME Saturday  2pm 17  Main  Rd

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SIMPLY BREATHTAKING $599,000 This  4  brm  home  on  almost  2   haâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  is  perfect  for  the  family.   2SHQSODQOLYLQJLVZDUPHG by  both  a  woodburner  &  heat   SXPS Ã&#x20AC;RZVEHDXWLIXOO\ out  to  a  patio  designed   to  embrace  the  stunning   SDQRUDPLFYLHZVRI$RWHD +DUERXUWKH7DVPDQ6HD Mt  Karioi  &  surrounding   countryside.   ID#RAG21540

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LORENZEN BAY HARBOUR HAVEN $335,000 26 Lorenzen Bay Rd Â&#x2021;6KRUWZDONWRWKHZDWHUV edge Â&#x2021;)HDWXULQJGRXEOH bedrooms,  large  basement   rumpus  room Â&#x2021;/DUJHVHFWLRQPRIIHUV space  and  seclusion  in  a   much  sought  after  location Â&#x2021;:DONWRWRZQFHQWUH ID#RAG21355

SOLSCAPE: TENDER 611 WAINUI RD All  Tenders  to  be  at  Ray  White   2I¿FH5DJODQE\SPWK-XO\ 8QOHVVVROGSULRUE\3ULYDWH Treaty. ID#RAG21475

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OPEN HOMES this weekend 13th & 14th July Saturday  12pm  -­  53  Lorenzen  Bay  Rd

Sunday  12pm  -­  57  Government  Rd

Saturday  12pm  -­  34  Taipari  Ave

Sunday  12pm  -­  23  Robertson  St

Saturday  1pm  -­  17  Lily  St

Sunday  1pm  -­  14  Kaitoke  St

Saturday  1pm  -­  1  Lily  St Saturday  2pm  -­  17  Main  Rd

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21  Bow  St,  Raglan    Phone:  07  825  8669    Fax:  07  825  7410      Website:  www.rwraglan.co.nz    Email:  raglan.nz@raywhite.com

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