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10 YEARS OF PARA KORE
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Former Black Cap shares backyard cricket venue Windy Ridge Cricket Club.
A chat with Jacqui Forbes from Para Kore about their journey so far.
A spotlight on some of the womenrun businesses in Whaingaroa.
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FOR M ER BL ACK C A PS STA R TA K ES BACKYA R D CR ICK ET TO NEW LEVEL
isitors could be hit for a six – if not bowled over – when they see what former Black Cap Lou Vincent’s built in his Raglan yard. Levelled out on the heights of his Maungatawhiri Rd property is the new home ground of his aptly named Windy Ridge Cricket Club, a sports venue with a difference that’s all set to be launched next Friday, the 13th. The one-time bad boy of New Zealand cricket – who’s been living in Raglan about seven years now – clearly isn’t superstitious and nor is he one to dwell on the past. “Hey I’m staying and want to give locals an opportunity to do something a little different out of the water,” he announced on Raglan Notice Board a few months back. Now his new venue’s all set to go – with a pitch “as flat as a 1980s coke found in Grandpa’s shed” – after Lou got inspired during lockdown and embarked on
a bit of a building splurge through winter.
off posts to sit on at the batters end of the pitch.
The former star opening batsman who played for New Zealand in test, one-day international and Twenty20 forms of the game told the Chronicle he does some building around town anyway, like the fit-out of Isobar late last year.
A bowling machine spits out yellow balls which will help with the coaching, explains Lou, who’s intent on imparting the expertise he built up from 20-odd years as an international cricketer.
Then he got keen on the idea of building a backyard cricket/sports venue for people to use and enjoy, “hopefully without losing any teeth”. “I wanted to bring cricket to Raglan,” says the 42 year old, pointing out that the only time the game’s played locally has been the annual surfers-versus-farmers fixture at Te Mata. So with what he describes as the support of many organisations Lou got to work, bringing in a digger to level the area before sinking posts, creating his pitch and putting up nets. He’s even built the “corporate boxes”, he jokes, indicating some simple cut-
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Thanks to the nets no balls will get lost or windows broken, he adds, and the pitch is good to go for the likes of baseball as well. He’s also built a TARDIS nearby as a novelty-value loo – ideal for moving between centuries – and has put in a pizza oven and a barbecue. Then there’s the clubhouse with a bar for social occasions, though not of the licensed variety, Lou adds. It features an attractive wall of wide-opening windows salvaged from an old TB sanatorium, and a hammock strung between two verandah posts. Lou’s cricket memorabilia spills out of the clubhouse and onto its verandah – hats and shirts he’s worn in teams around the world,
and all his bats since the age of four. Many are signed by cricket greats such as Don Bradman and Sachin Tendulkar. His most prized possession on display, however, is a framed Rolling Stones LP – the 1990s album Voodoo Lounge – complete with an inscription from frontman and cricket fan Mick Jagger. “I swapped a shirt for one of his vinyls,” Lou says proudly. Lou’s happy that, with the project all done, he can stay put in his adopted Raglan. “I don’t have to travel, I can build, teach, have fun … how good is that?” asks the self-confessed “blow in” (a bit of a Westie, most recently from Kaukapakapa). Windy Ridge Cricket Club will take a limited number of members, with Lou coaching one or two evenings a week during the season. He also plans to do private sessions, have school holiday programmes on the go and host corporate team-building events.
But the overriding focus is simply on having fun, he insists. An evening before the Chronicle’s visit, for instance, a handful of mates were out playing in torrential rain in their wetsuits. “We were just having a great laugh,” Lou reckons. “Only one black eye … that’s part of coaching … watch the ball!” On a more serious note Lou also wants to use his experience of the “dark world” of matchfixing – which he was dragged into some years ago – to help protect other young sports players from temptation. Another personal mission close to his heart is to help set up and finance a charity in this country for victims of parental alienation. “It needs to be seen as a form of child abuse and punishable as a criminal offence like in other countries”, says Lou, “especially given our high suicide rate”. *For Lou’s cricket website go to www.windyridge.nz.
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TEN YE A RS ON - A ZERO WA STE JOUR NEY WITH PA R A KOR E by KARAMEA PURIRI
t’s been 10 years since Para Kore Marae Incorporated set out on it’s zero waste journey, one that started
as a call to action to end the current take, make and dispose mentality of human society. The zero waste initiative was inspired by conversations that started at Waikato Regional Council in 2008 around recycling on Marae. The result was a pilot programme which was first run under the umbrella of Xtreme Zero Waste and was implemented on three Marae including Poihakena here in Whāingaroa, Tūrangawaewae in Ngāruawāhia and Kirikiriroa the largest urban marae in Hamilton.
The success of the pilot programme led to Para Kore Marae Incorporated becoming an official entity in November 2010, leaving the umbrella of Xtreme Zero Waste and establishing itself as an independent organisation, specialising in waste education and minimisation, from a Māori worldview perspective based on whakapapa to Papatūānuku and tikanga Māori. With a kaupapa based on whakapapa to Papatūānuku and tikanga Māori, the Para Kore programme is zero waste
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education delivered by a skilled team of regional kaiārahi. Since the original implementation on three Marae back in 2009, the programme has expanded to nearly 500 Marae and organisations, including work places, schools, kōhanga reo and events. Para Kore has gone from having a small team of Jacqui Forbes and Pine Campbell delivering here in the Waikato, to having 16 kaiārahi who live around the North Island and deliver the programme across 17 regions, as well as seven kaimahi who handle the National Office operations, a few based right here in Whāingaroa. While there have been many involved in the ongoing mahi, Para Kore has been guided by the drive and determination of Jacqui Forbes - who many locally might know from Xtreme Zero Waste or organising tamariki touch. Jacqui’s knowledge and understanding of waste has brought the work of Para Kore to the forefront of waste minimisation in Aotearoa. Not to mention being awarded the National Energy Globe Award in 2016. We caught up with Jacqui to find out more about what’s transpired for Para Kore, and what’s to come.about what’s transpired for Para Kore, and what’s to come.
W I T H J AC Q U I F O R B E S Kia ora Jacqui - Para Kore has surely taken off in the 10 years since its inception. What’s your favourite part of the Para Kore mahi? My favourite part which I don’t get to do very often is delivering the programme, so working one on one with a marae, an organisation or a company to help them reduce waste. There’s two parts to that, one is getting them to commit to high level policy or strategic goals in regards to reducing waste and procurement and the other is supporting the kaimahi to reduce waste wherever he or she is working. My mind designs systems wherever I go, I can’t help myself, it just happens unconsciously. How does the Programme work? Marae, organisations, kura, etc. are given a presentation firstly, and if they are interested they sign up. Our first visit involves discussing how things work currently, setting up equipment and signage, doing a waste audit and making a plan of what next. We also deliver workshops delivered from a Māori worldview perspective, and provide on-going mentoring and support. The goal of the programme is reducing volumes of waste over time until eventually, it’s all designed out, and zero waste is achieved. Para Kore is taught within the framework of kaupapa and tikanga Māori, how does this help to uplift communities? Teaching from the framework of te ao Māori brings to the forefront values of whakapapa and whanaungatanga which define our relationships with the natural world. The Earth is our mother and the sky is our father. We are related to mountains, to rocks, to insects, to birds, to the rivers and bush, to all parts of the natural world. They are our ancestors, our relations. We are the teina, the younger sibling, and we are part of nature. We identify with landforms and the place, and also with the spiritual realms. The relationship is reciprocal: you look after the land; the land looks after you. Reciprocity is a highly regarded value within te ao Māori. Para Kore education reminds us of our atua and that we are not the only species on the planet, we are part of a family. The current paradigm or worldview places profits at the forefront and doesn’t acknowledge our interconnectedness. The system here in Aotearoa is based on more than 180 years of colonisation and injustices against Māori and Papatūānuku, where we’ve destroyed
the habitat of other species and our environment in search of individual and corporate profit and goals. Returning to te ao Māori values and beliefs, reconnecting with nature, and with each other and becoming aware of the current unsustainable system of take and throwaway is a lot to take in, but it’s also uplifting and empowers communities to make better choices. Is recycling really a viable solution to combating the waste we are creating? No. Recycling is not an answer. We need to start with reduce, and then if that’s not viable go to reuse. Recycling uses massive amounts of energy, and creates pollution and more waste. Single use is not sustainable. Think about that buying anything that is designed to be recycled or thrown out is not a sustainable system. What’s next for Para Kore? Climate justice, social justice, intergenerational justice and wouldn’t some constitutional transformation be nice with that. What’s next for Para Kore is a focus on top of the cliff reduce and reuse solutions such as reusable menstrual products, cloth nappies, and local food production and food security. For Para Kore, success is local food security affordable to everybody. The dream is community orchards and food growing everywhere. Why would you buy nectarines from the supermarket which are hard and cold from refrigeration when you could have a nectarine with wrinkly skin that has been sweetened on a fruit tree in your backyard by Tamanui-te-rā (the sun)? Local food is sweeter and better than industrialised supermarket food which is created from carbon emitting fossil fuels. The dream is that we can regenerate to the extent that kai can be harvested sustainably again from local rivers, streams, the ocean, harbours and the bush. Today the inequity is such that reducing waste is sometimes the last consideration on the long list of struggling to survive priorities for many families. At Para Kore, we’re stubbornly optimistic and believe that this current reality is not set in stone. As we address inequity and injustice let’s dismantle this system we’re in which is designed to produce waste and instead create new realities which don’t have waste in the design. Kaua e hoki mā te waewae tutuki, ā, pā rānō he upoko pakaru.
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FOODIE FE ATUR E YOUR GUIDE TO FOOD IN R AG L A N
foodies out west W
e might be well known for surfing and more recently the arts but Raglan as a food destination is established and expanding. Cafe culture arrived in the late 80s and since then we have been able to enjoy menus from around the globe in our seaside village. Not only do we have a great selection of cafes and restaurants but we also attract smaller food businesses and as a result there is a diverse selection of high quality food available at various markets and about town. The focus is generally quality nutrition but we also have delectable treats on offer.
We are fortunate to have food producers that locals can access directly. We can eat local nourishing food and benefit from the fresh array of produce on our doorstep. This month the Local Rag brings you the first Foodie feature to start introducing local food businesses and what they offer. If you are a foodie kind of person and want to feature anything to do with food in a future Local Rag issue then get in touch with Jacqui at email@example.com Think about sharing your establishment, your gourmet food, your produces, your venue or perhaps your culinary lessons.
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MOBILE FRESH FOOD
ou might have noticed the blue Kaiwaka Kitchen food truck at Evening Eats, Soundsplash, the Golf Club or on the streets in Raglan. This project of mine was born here, in Whaingaroa in 2018. Originally from Kaiwaka, of Māori and Fijian descent, I grew up in a culture where food is the ultimate expression of love and sharing. My passion for food, and the joy It brings to people is what drove me to create Kaiwaka Kitchen. The menu I offer on the streets is inspired by my heritage and also the fondness for fresh, flavourful Asian cuisine. Versatile and creative, you can savour my cooking on the streets, the markets in Raglan, or inquire about my wide range of menu a’ la carte for weddings or events large or small. You can follow me on facebook or Instagram for more details. IG @kaiwaka_kitchen_ltd fb Kaiwaka Kitchen
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easonal Fruit & Vege Boxes are one of our long-loved specialties, starting as part of our Naturopathic services, providing our clients access to fresh organic food. We offer all fruit, all vegetables, or a combination of both. In consideration of budget and personal preferences, we can adjust orders to your needs. With seasonal variation and produce availability our website is updated weekly indicating what is in-stock. You can order weekly or fortnightly and ‘build-your-own box’ or arrange a standing order for a set-price ‘surprise box’. Our subscription system allows you take the hassle out of your weekly shop, with the freedom to dip in and out. To ensure freshness and abundance boxes are available WednesdayFriday. Either pay online or in-store as you pick-up. This makes it easy for you to eat in a way that is nourishing. For more information, call us on (07) 825 7444 OR visit our website
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e offer a fully mobile catering service, with our customised kitchen on wheels, we can either be the centre piece for a Wedding, 21st or cocktail event, or hidden away behind the scenes delivering a 5 star food experience for your guests. From pre prepared dropped off platters and salads to accompany that summer BBQ at the batch, full buffet spread of local breads, salads, meats and desserts, or an intimate 5 course in home private dining experience. Or we can customise a menu to suit tastes or budgets. We have a passion for using native ingredients such as kawakawa, horopito and smoked kelp to name a few, some foraged ourselves locally to incorporate into our menus. A big focus of the business is working with local Raglan producers and suppliers such as - Soul Food Farms, Raglan chocolate, Raglan Artisan Sourdough, Hunt and Gather Honey. All of our menus can be found on our website www.karioikitchen. co.nz or for more information contact Tim on 0272635553 or info@ karioikitchen.co.nz
aglan Falafel has grown organically from a community fundraiser into a regular little local favourite. The offerings are wholesome vegan Israeli-style falafel stuffed in a pita pocket with heaps of fresh vibrant salads, sauces and pickles. It’s the most popular street-food in Israel and is made authentically from scratch and served with love by Etai Gilad and Therese Hogan. It all started at the local markets as a fundraiser for Raglan Timebank. Once Etai served his falafels once or twice he soon acquired fans of all ages. After a year of donating his time Etai started his own business. Etai’s passion is seasonal food with a mix of colours and balance of flavours. In summer the menu expands to a Mediterranean feast including dolmades and moussaka. Raglan Falafel is served every Thursday 5pm – 8pm from the Old School Kitchen, and at the Old School Creative Market, Raglan Summer Eats and Tamahere Market in Hamilton. Order takeaway or home delivery @ https://raglanfalafel.co.nz/ Updates on facebook @RaglanFalafel or 0275080577
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aglan’s Community Kai & Craft Tiny shop on Bow St has seen an overwhelming response from the community over the past month. The space is a an opportunity for local creatives, artists, foodies and other small-scale ventures to share their wares. The space is offered on a donation basis, giving artists an obligation & pressure free environment to launch new products or ideas. Eat A Rainbow can be found every Sunday from 5pm until sold out serving nutritious, vegetarian kai on a ‘pay what you can afford’ basis. Everyone is welcome to dine out without fear of breaking the bank. Creatives have also played a part sharing their creations on selected weekdays & weekends. It would be great to see the space booked out seven days a week. For more information - find Community Kai & Craft on Facebook or contact Jono Hutson on 021488766 Magazine Issue November 2020 Raglan Chronicle | 9
M USIC SUCCESS LOCAL MUSO’S IN THE SPOTLIGHT
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YOUNG M USICI A N’S STA R IS R ISING B Y J A N I N E J AC K S O N
igning to Benee’s new record label, touring with the pop star and releasing a new single Light Me Up are just a few of the recent highlights for local muso Muroki. The Chronicle first caught up with Muroki in July to talk about his single For Better or Worse, which featured on Benee’s playlist with when she appeared on Elton John’s podcast Rocket Hour. There was a lot he couldn’t say at the time, including who he was signing with but now the deal has been done he can let us in on a few of his guarded secrets, including jumping on board Benee’s label Olive and opening for her on a recent nationwide tour. The 19-year-old is Benee’s first signing and she told Billboard she listened to For Better or Worse nearly every day, praising his “smooth and soulful” vocals. “Muroki’s such a sweet and genuine guy, just the sort of artist I’d like to work with.” He’s just come off the whirlwind tour with Benee, who sold out gigs across the country ending with, in what’s said to be a world first, a
livestreamed show at Auckland’s Spark Arena. Playing to thousands of Benee fans was an opportunity for Muroki road-test his first release through Olive, Light Me Up. “It’s pretty surreal; I was tackled by four girls at the Christchurch gig and treated like a VIP in the clubs – I felt a bit like 50 Cent (American rapper),” he laughs. He was stoked to have his mates from his first band Cloak Bay play with him on the Benee tour. “I wasn’t nervous about playing, I knew we (the band) were so prepared and we sounded so tight. Nothing could really go wrong, unless I fell over on stage.” If touring with Benee and releasing his own single wasn’t enough, Muroki features alongside an impressive line-up of artists including Grimes, Lily Allen, and Flo Milli Kenny Beats and Bakar on Benee’s latest album Hey u x. “Her vocal range works really well on top of mine. Our voices go together really well,” he says. And while fame might be coming his way with the Benee tour,
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fortune is still a way off; it’s the money that he made from a recent sell-out gig at the YOT Club, his first solo show, that’s helped keep him financially ticking along. There won’t be much of a break before the Summer touring season starts and Muroki has got festivals lined up with bands Cloak Bay, Masaya and playing solo. Although he’s able to burn the candle at both ends at the moment, Muroki admits there will come a time when one of his musical endeavours is going to take over. “While I’ve got the time, I will keep playing with everyone. It’s something I love to do.” When he does get some downtime, Muroki is always writing and composing music; he’s had a lot of help of late working with acclaimed Kiwi producer Djesian Suskov. “I’ve never written so many songs before. it used to take me so long (to write). We just jump on each other’s buzz,” he says. You’d be forgiven if you thought the fame might go to his head, but Muroki’s very grounded and humble.
He laughs about his friends ‘taking the piss’ about his celebrity status but they are right behind him, including helping shoot a promotional video for his tour merchandise. The video involved mate Lenny Stevens skateboarding down Stewart St with Muroki and friends following behind in a car shooting on a mobile phone. The artwork for the merch was designed by friend and local artist Ziggy Knuiman, and little sister Piri is the creative talent behind the artwork for his new single Light Me Up. Muroki started playing guitar as a nine-year-old under the tutelage of Cornerstone Roots guitarist Nicky Keys. He formed his first band Cloak Bay with Raglan friend Lenny Reynolds and high school buddies Jacob, Kelvin, Paulo and Tatava, releasing their first EP Digitown and the Boogie Boys in 2017. Muroki also plays bass with indie/roots/soul band Masaya who formed in the summer of 2019 with brother and sister Reiki Ruawai on guitar/vocals, Kaea Ruawai on drums and Jules on lead guitar.
M USIC SUCCESS LOCAL MUSO’S IN THE SPOTLIGHT
AWA R D HELPS YOUNG M USO ON M USIC A L JOUR NEY B Y J A N I N E J AC K S O N
ocal singer-songwriter Teia Kennedy is about to take the next step in advancing her music careers thanks to this year’s National Waiata Māori Music Awards. The Emerging Artist Award– Te Tohu Kaipūoru Rangatahi Hou, recognises artists who have promising music careers, working in the Māori music industry. The award affords them a chance to work alongside some of the Waiata Māori Music Awards ambassadors, to learn and further their skills in all areas of music. Teia has been taking her solo acoustic sound to live shows all over New Zealand and internationally as well. The 23-year-old musician, has a sound which combines rich tones, soulful lyrics, original styling and a pure energy.
She currently works in Auckland as a music teacher but recently came back to Raglan to judge the Whaingaroa Talent Factory at the Raglan Town Hall. Tell us about the Emerging Artist Award - Te Tohu Kaipūoru Rangatahi Hou, and what it means to you and for your career? The award acknowledges up and coming young Māori musicians. I’ve been nominated in the rangatahi category previously so it’s really awesome to be acknowledged, especially as I haven’t really been able to do many live performances since last year. The timing of this award was perfect as I was sitting on the fence about my music future but this is the confidence boost I needed. Covid-19 has really impacted music opportunities in an already tight industry and I really wasn’t sure if I could match up to the other talent out there as I don’t have a manager or a team behind
me to help. With a few gig and event opportunities now set for summer I’m really hoping to make the most of whatever opportunities and networks this award brings as I really do love creating and sharing my music. Describe your style of music, has it changed over the years – how and why? I’d describe myself as an acoustic singer/songwriter, I don’t have a set style or genre but I definitely incorporate both classic and contemporary styles into my music. I guess you could say I have old school styles with modern twists. My music has definitely evolved over the years. I’ve been writing songs since I was 14 so a decade of living, studying, travelling, meeting people, life experiences and adventures has moved my music from then to now. I think my music is maturing along with me and my confidence as a performer, writer and just in myself has grown. Growing up in Wairoa, studying in Auckland and now living in Raglan has all been part of my music journey and I can’t wait to see what is next. I’d also say that gaining my Musical Arts degree really helped to fill the gaps as far as technical skills and knowledge for the music industry are concerned. Describe your songwriting process? I start thinking about things randomly and then if I think it would make a good song, I start putting lyrics together and maybe singing them through. Then I’ll start playing around with different chords on the guitar and making vocal melodies for the lyrics ideas that I’ve written down. What/who are your biggest musical influences? Top of my list is AC/DC. Then I’d go with John Mayer and Norah Jones. From an NZ perspective it would be Teeks.
Who are you listening to at the moment on repeat? Bruno Major. He’s a British singer/songwriter. I love the way he blends different styles into his music. He has a really clean writing style that I’m inspired by. Tell us about your current music projects? This year I’ve written about 10 songs, mostly during lockdown. Nine are complete so I’d love to have the opportunity to perform them and ultimately record them (hence my ongoing hope for some management support). I’m currently teaching music at a Music Academy in Auckland and have a few summer gigs booked so I feel really fortunate to work in the industry I love. What are your future plans? I released my debut EP ‘Stranger Tides’ in 2018 and I loved the process, and touring with it around NZ and Tokyo, so following that up with a second EP would be my ultimate goal. I know I need to do a lot of groundwork to build networks, get financial backing, resources and a team to make it all fall into place but I’d love to get back in the recording studio and have my music in a ‘ready to play’ format. It’s a really long and hard process but so worthwhile. You are a mentor/judge for the WTF in Raglan – tell us about the upcoming talent in Whaingaroa? I was blown away by the talented youth here in Whaingaroa. Every act that performed on the night brought a unique charisma to the stage. Their ability to engage and interact with an audience was amazing and I loved their confidence to share original material. I hope that other youth in the community were inspired by their pairs to be creative through music and that WTF is a reoccurring event for the rangatahi of whaingaroa.
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A NEW A PPROACH TO HOUSING What is affordable housing and what does a community-based approach look like?
ith the election now over and a global pandemic still ruling the news cycle, housing, and particularly housing affordability, didn’t appear to get much attention in this year’s political campaigns. Reading headlines about the property market from around the country, however, indicates a housing market that is hotter than ever and doesn’t seem to be slowing down. As the country braces to go into a recession, house prices remain as high as ever so what does that mean for the future of housing in New Zealand? The current housing market, as it is, makes housing unaffordable for a large number of people living in New Zealand. Raglan has seen localized effects of this market, which has presented itself through issues like rental shortages and high house prices, these issues have perhaps been exacerbated due to the limits of space that we have in our community as well as the tourist market that our town accommodates for. Housing is a huge issue for a small community like Raglan as the issue can have many flow on effects in terms of maintaining the special identity of Whaingaroa-Raglan as well as issues around sustainability and protecting the most vulnerable members of the community. Whaingaroa-Raglan Affordable Housing Project (WRAP) recognised this housing issue in our community and over the past few years they have been working diligently to start conversations and partner with similar organisations to create communityled, affordable housing opportunities for Whaingaroa-Raglan. WRAP has aligned with the Waikato Regional Housing Initiative to work on the vision that all who live in Whaingaroa-Raglan area are well housed with ‘well-housed’ meaning: timely access to habitable, affordable, accessible, culturally appropriate, appropriately located, and with security of tenure housing. The government, along with other national and international organisations like the World Health Organisation (WHO), define housing to be affordable if a family spends no more than 30% of their gross household income to live there. In 2018, WRAP conducted research in to housing in Raglan and conducted the Raglan Community Housing Survey; some of the major findings based on the information gathered were: • Raglan’s population is rising (17% rise from 2013-2017) • Of the total dwellings in Raglan (1834) • 61% are locally owned • 39% are non-locally owned • 28% are holiday homes • Between 2016-2018 there was a 25-30% loss of rental housing stock
• Between 2016-2018 there was a 30% rise in average rent • 29% of householder survey respondents who rent stated they were stressed about their situation • Median house prices have nearly doubled in last 5 years Based on this research, WRAP have held two Affordable Housing Forums to discuss ideas and new approaches to address how the housing issue could be addressed as a community. Key trends and ideas that emerged from the 2019 housing forum Conversations about Housing include: • Don’t just build houses, build multigenerational neighbourhoods • Design affordability for those on the lowest + supported incomes upwards • Favour the concept of a Raglan Community Lands Trust to acquire and keep land in community ownership • Building smaller is essential to lowering cost of development • Design buildings for universal access to remove any ability bias • Favour best practice building materials, and designs that support energy + resource conservation • Increase density of dwellings to reserve open spaces for shared gardens + buildings • Save space in dwellings by providing shared visitor ‘spare room’ space • Confine cars to the perimeter and promote e-cars/bikes and sharing of vehicles • Promote success of neighbourhood by setting values and expectations with occupants as part of purchase or rental contract • Consult extensively with wider Raglan community to gain insight and support of project • Development is needed immediately, all efforts must be to make this happen asap • Projects will need support and advocacy at local, regional and central levels to succeed • Housing should have a strong presence within the Raglan Naturally community plan Fiona McNabb, Project Lead for WRAP says that a community-based affordable housing approach will take a completely new perspective in terms of pathways to providing access to affordable housing. As an example, a community lands trust has been set up where philanthropists and investors could partner with WRAP to provide a property development model that could accommodate things like different tenure models and multigenerational, multi-tenure housing opportunities. With much of their research now completed, Fiona also says
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that WRAP is one of 35 community projects that sits under the Waikato Regional Housing Initiative in the Waikato Plan which brings together multiple government organisations to form a Leadership Committee, comprised of local government representatives, tangata whenua, independent non-local government members (representing business and the community) and government agencies. WRAP is a great example of a community-led approach to addressing a local issue – housing – and advocating for the issue at local, regional and government levels. Earlier this year, Fiona was chosen to sit on the Waikato Regional Housing Initiative Leadership Group as a representative of Raglan and other small communities which means that through this group, there are pathways for funding and direct lobbying of support from central Government for local projects. Along with this position, Fiona also represents small communities in Waikato as a trustee on the Waikato Community Lands Trust. This Trust will be used as the mechanism to secure land and community ownership, with the aim to create a land bank to be used for affordable housing projects. With a local representative, sitting on these groups and having relationships with key funders like Momentum, Impact and DV Bryant Trust there is a huge opportunity for WRAP to be one of the community initiatives that receives support. Locally in Raglan, the Raglan Naturally Community Trust has recently been set up. This trust is another avenue where WRAP has been supported as a priority project and can receive funds for affordable housing initiatives. The WRAP team’s hard work over the past few years puts them in a position where they now have the ability to have a legal and financial structure to receive land and funds and are looking for potential affordable housing projects where they can partner with private land and property owners, investors and philanthropists. These projects could be things like redevelopment of existing land property, joint venture or purchase and build models. Excited about the potential of these affordable housing projects becoming a reality, Fiona and the WRAP team are interested to hear from land owners, investors and philanthropists that would be interested in having discussions about creating affordable housing opportunities in our community. “If you want to go fast, go alone, if you want to go far, go together” African prover If you are a land owner, investor or philanthropist and you would like to discuss how you could partner with the Whaingaroa Raglan Affordable Housing Project, email firstname.lastname@example.org
L A N D OWN E RS, I NVESTO RS A N D PH I L A NTH RO PISTS If you are interested in discussing more, contact the WRAP team. Email: email@example.com Website: wraphousing.org.nz
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WOM EN M A K ING WAVES
R AGL A N FLOR A L CO. FRESH, SEASONAL, LOCAL FLORA
L O C A L WO M E N IN BUSINESS
‘The success of every woman should be the inspiration to another. We should raise each other up. Make sure you’re very courageous: be strong, be extremely kind, and above all, be humble’ - Serena Williams
aglan Floral Co is the flower child of Kristel Lindfield, born from her two passions in life...growing beautiful things and using her hands to create a unique gift to share with others.
Photo courtesy of Raglan Yoga Loft If you would like to be involved in the next WOMEN MAKING WAVES feature please contact Geraldine firstname.lastname@example.org
Using a mixture of fresh and dried floral ingredients, to create everything from ‘grab and go’ $20 fresh bouquets to large scale dried installations for the home. Harnessing her signature style to create unique floral arrangements for all occasions, including weddings and events. When she’s not gathering flowers from her own extensive gardens, Kristel is passionate about supporting local growers and practising sustainable floristry methods. Everyday fresh bouquets can be found at her roadside stall outside 494b Wainui Road, Raglan Four Square on Bankart St, along with a selection of fresh and dried floral arrangements at Merkaba on Bow St. Gift vouchers also available. For all orders and enquiries please email email@example.com P: 02102417967 W: www.raglanfloralco.co.nz
HIGH HEELS TO STEEL C A PS T R AC E Y - R AG L A N L A N D S C A P E S U P P L I E S
ia ora Whaingaroa! I am a daughter, sister, mother, grandmother, wife and I am the face of Raglan Landscape Supplies.
I never thought I would be owning and running a landscape yard at this time in my life but here I am! I run the business with a team of wonderful people; I operate the business Monday to Friday and my husband joins us on a Saturday to help out. I went from a corporate job in high heels to steel caps and it is no easy task but I learn something new every day. We are a one stop shop for all your bulk and bagged gardening and landscape supplies with a plant nursery and more - opening hours Mon-Fri 8am-4.30pm and Sat 9am-4pm. We provide truck deliveries and customer loan trailers. We would like to thank you for your continued support. P: 07-825-0577 M: 021-400-106 140 Te Mata Road, Raglan E: firstname.lastname@example.org F: @raglanlandscape W: www.raglanlandscapesupplies.co.nz
L A ZU LI - BY LISA K ER R ISK G E M S T O N E S & V I N TAG E T R I B A L J E W E L L E RY – B E A U T Y T H E R A P Y - C RY S TA L S
i, I have had 25 years’ experience buying and selling antiques & jewellery in Raglan. In that time, I have developed my passion in genuine vintage tribal adornments & beads from all around the world. I have a beautiful Studio in Raglan where I design & create bespoke jewellery using these unique components mixed with suede, silver, gold & gemstones. I am an experienced Beauty Therapist & am currently studying the wonders of Aromatherapy. I have created a range of Aromatherapy products available for sale along with a stunning selection of healing crystals. I am more than happy to work with you to create a special bespoke piece of jewellery & you are welcome to join me in my happy place ‘Lazuli Studio’ by appointment. If you have any questions, please get in touch! I invite you to discover my creations on my Instagram and Facebook. “Love what you do, do what you love” P: 0274406391 I: @lazuli_raglan
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SA R A H SEWLOVE
H A RVESTING COLOUR
L E A R N T O S E W & L O V E T H E E A RT H
e may spot the one-of-a-kind bumbags about town, the old towels turned surf ponchos at the beach, but Sarah Sew Love has recently turned her eye and sewing machines back to her sewcial enterprise roots of teaching others to sew! Sew Love began 8 years ago on a mission to reduce textile waste & empower curious folks with new skills. Sarah Sew Love traversed the country sharing the love of sustainability and sewing out of Cecil the campervan before unpacking her suitcases more permanently here in Raglan a few years ago. Raglan Community House Basement is now home to these classes, and if you don’t have a machine, no worries there’s some in the Tool Library to loan! Refresh or start anew in a Beginners workshop, ThriftFlips to learn essential repairs. Or project specific classes where you’ll decipher a pattern and end up wearing an actual garment you’ve made! Yes it’s possible! Classes are currently for adults, youth to start in the new year and run most Wednesday evenings 6-8ish, and some Saturday’s 1-3ish ~ to be in the stitch loop to book yourself in contact Sarah Sew Love via email email@example.com and follow the fun @sewlovenz on socials.
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am passionate about natural dyes, cultivating and coaxing colour from nature onto fabric and fibres.
Natural colouring is not a new technique, it is an ancient artform, however it has been overshadowed by the ease of synthetic dyes. Advocating slow, local, sustainable fashion is at the core of my brand. Growing and harvesting flowers & plants, extracting the colours onto fabrics and fibres, then sewing it into wearable art garments is what I love to do. I run workshops for anyone wanting to learn the art of natural dyeing and have recently launched a DIY natural colouring kit where people can learn to colour with nature in their own homes. I also create one off, made to order, garments which showcase the silks that I colour and adore. I : @harvestingcolournz E : firstname.lastname@example.org
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RAGLAN 11 Park Drive Plantation House Enjoy the tranquil privacy of this elegant, north-facing home at 11 Park Drive while enjoying the perks of living close to Raglan village. Oozing indoor/outdoor flow, this eye catching, fivebedroom, two-bathroom family home is tucked away on a fully fenced, sheltered and sun-drenched section. Step in the front door to the open plan lounge, contemporary kitchen and dining area with large bifold doors on both sides leading to a wrap-around deck edged with Japanese-inspired gardens. Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t hesitate, call Jono today!
GST Inclusive (Unless Sold Prior) 2.00pm, Saturday 28 November 11 Park Drive, Raglan
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GST Inclusive (Unless Sold Prior) 12.00pm, Saturday 28 November 81 Lorenzen Bay Road, Raglan
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RAGLAN 13 Tutchen Avenue Family living at it's finest is on offer with this superb 139sqm approx, four-bedroom, two-bathroom home! A large lounge on the lower level opens out to a sunsoaked courtyard where you can enjoy a wine with friends while the children play. Meandering paths find raised garden beds, fruit trees and secret spots. Sit back in the evening, watch the sunset over the estuary and Karioi from the crow's nest. Book a viewing today and make this your familyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s forever home. LIM available on request.
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.
Family living at its finest
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RAGLAN 9C East Street Easy summer living on East St
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Every vendor wants a successful result in the shortest time possible, however for this property it required something extra! Marketing is the most important part of any property campaign if you would like to understand what sets my marketing apart from others. Contact me today!
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Jono Hutson M 021 488 766 E firstname.lastname@example.org pggwre.co.nz/HAM32948 Helping grow the country
THE THR EEPENNY OPER A I N T E RV I E W W I T H S A S C H A K I R K W O O D
Y E A R 1 3 D R A M A S T U D E N T AT R A G L A N A R E A S C H O O L Describe The Threepenny Opera Bertolt Brecht’s ‘The Threepenny Opera’ showcases the story of the notorious criminal ‘Mack the Knife’ in a corrupted, Victorian England where evil goes unpunished. Brecht’s Epic Theatre style challenges the audience to reflect on their own lives and leave the theatre feeling the need to do something to improve society. Who was involved and who directed you? Our cast was our Senior Drama class which includes myself, Connor Marquand, Leila-Rose Skeates, Taliah Edgecombe-Pearse, Jade Jansen van Vuuren, Griffin Pohutakawa and Cassidy Hanna. The whole production was directed and produced by our wonderful teacher Ruth Hare. What was your role ? How did you feel about your performance? I played the role of Macheath (Mack the Knife) and thoroughly enjoyed the challenge of it. I initially found it difficult to play such a dominant male role, but found joy in creating my own version of the character during the rehearsal process. I particularly loved singing the songs that were added to the production such as ‘Bella Ciao’ and ‘Cell Block Tango’. Given you are year 13 Do you have plans to continue with theatre beyond a school environment? My true passion is performing, and I have a dream of pursuing it as a career in the future. My goal for 2021 is to write more original music, perform in as many shows as possible and take any and every opportunity I can to get up on stage!
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116J1Greenslade Rd 1
Located in the heart of town, this well presented home is ready for permanent or holiday living and being commercially zoned means you can operate a business or you may choose After more than 40develop years this native bushFeaturing property 3 to landbank and the1341m2 site in the future. with ocean and views3 is on the market. The Rustic bedroom, 2 bedrooms bathrooms, the Chalet styled2home is quite bathroom home with surrounding decks fire place and high spacious and the attached sleepout is perfect for guests or beams requires some TLC ,the potential is in your hands. could be used for holiday income through AirBNB. The flat Walk across the gangway to the games room /office with 516m2 site is fully fenced and has a double garage and mezzanine floor, bathroom and kitchenette which has its offstreet parking for a few vehicles. Chances to secure this own entry and deck. A double carport and workshop sits location and commercial zoning are very rare! Pre auction below with ample parking. The original 1 bedroom dwelling offers considered and a short settlement is required. sits high amongst the trees and has views over the Tasman Sea. Dont miss out call Robbie now 021952271
Bush Retreat, Whale Contact Kyle Leuthart - 021 Bay 903 309 01.07.20 at 1pm DLS Email email@example.com
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Stylish Greenslade Road Abode 26Auction Rose Street This is your ticket to modern harbourside living in popular 05.12.20 at 1pm Greenslade Rd, renowned for its private native bush setting, Don’t dream- 021 it...903own Contactjust Kyle Leuthart 309 it!peaceful views out to the harbour and close access to the
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Beautifully bedrooms 3and light 2 waterfront. presented, Featuring featuring a recently2 renovated bedroom, filled, sunny living areassplit thatlevel flowhome through bathroom contemporary with French decks off doors onto a very generous deck. Enjoy spectacular the living area and master bedroom enjoying the excellent uninterrupted harbour views from almost everywhere on harbour views on offer. The lounge opens onto the deck the property and the water so close it feels as if you can joining the indoor and outdoor living. Other features include reach out and touch it! This extremely desirable Rose a log burner, new heat pump, gas cooking and instant hot Street location is hard to beat with the bustling wharf just water, a separate laundry and a standalone double garage. steps away. This quintessential kiwi holiday home sits on a freehold site of 535m2 and will appeal to a range of buyers for either permanent or holiday living.
79a Newton Road Paradise Found This character home is totally charming and impossible not to fall in love with! Warm and inviting with a log burner and rustic timber features throughout. Loads of extras including a sleep out, garage, chicken coop, vege gardens and calf rearing shed. Enough grazing land to grow your own meat, keep a horse and live a self sufficient lifestyle. Te Mata School and stunning Bridal Veil Falls just a short drive away + you have a choice of Raglan, Aotea and Ruapuke beaches. DLS 03.06.20 at 12pm Contact Stephen O’Byrne - 021 969 848 Michelle O’Byrne - 021 969 878 Email firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com View ljhooker.co.nz/2SQHFG
6 Upper Wainui Rd
19 Te Tuhi Rd
Bush Retreat, Whale Bay For Sale By Neg Contact Robbie Regnier 021 952 271 Email
Raglan Memory Maker THis home has a brand new kitchen and generous sun soaked deck. Three bdrms, separate bthrm, shower & internal access garage complete the upper level. Downstairs a large self contained plus 2dble garage This 1341m² is native bush property hasflat 2 bdrm, bthrms with workshop. Situated on just over a some 1/4 acre surrounding & decks and fire place which requires TLC. the section includes mature fruit trees, vege Walk across the outside gangway to the games room /office gardens and more! Enjoy the benefits of being with mezzanine floor, bathroom and kitchenette with its own so close to the beaches and bays yet only entry and deck. A double carport and workshop with ample minutes to town. No Open Homes, all viewings parking. The by original 1 bedroom appointment onlydwelling sits high amongst the trees with views over the Tasman Sea.
1 Wainui 1 Upper Rd Raglan Memory Maker 33a Government
$1,400,000 For Sale Snap me up!
Enjoying stunning ocean views the main living area is spacious & open plan, boasting a brand new kitchen and
Contact Stephen O’Byrne - 021 969 848 Aregenerous you looking entrydeck. levelThree into the Raglan market? Deadline Sale 24.06.20 at 2pm sun for soaked bdrms, separate bthrm, Whether it & beinternal your first, last garage or holiday home you won’t shower access + laundry complete Michelle O’Byrne - 021 ® O’Byrne ® - 021 969 969 848 878 find better than this one! Recent renovations include new®the Contact Stephen upper level. Downstairs is a large self contained flat plus Email Michelle firstname.lastname@example.org carpet, curtains & paint meaning you can move straight in. O’Byrne - 021 969 878
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dble garage & workshop. Situated on just over a 1/4 acre The low maintenance, sunny home offers easy care living the section and located in Upper Wainui Rd. with 3 bdrms, family bthrm, separate toilet & laundry plus under house storage. The section is on 2 levels & features a carport, good off street parking and a flat, fully fenced backyard. Easy access to public transport, and the wharf, harbour and main village are within easy walking distance. This super property is super affordable and won’t last! Natasha Matt Sweetman Metcalfe-Black Natasha
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Slice of Paradise A contemporary 3 bedroom 2 bathroom home featuring double glazing throughout and internal access double garaging. Built in 2006, this home has a modern kitchen, 2 living areas, excellent flow and sits in an elevated position enjoying the lovely outlook. Easy care lawns and landscaped gardens surround the house. Located under 5 minutes to Raglan.
To See It Is To Love It Swim in the pool, laze on the deck and enjoy an abundance of fruit varieties from the trees that create a private setting on this 1028m2 property. Tidy 2 bedroom, plus rumpus room home is bathed in sunshine from sunrise to sunset. For winter warmth the kent fire with wetback exuberates heat throughout the open plan modern kitchen, dining and lounge area to the bedrooms and separate bathroom.
Home Sweet Homestead Enjoy your very own slice of absolute NZ paradise from this tranquil 7.27 (approx) hectare property. The charming 2 bedroom character homestead has a history and was once an officer’s mess for the RNZA. Impossible not to fall in love with, the home has been mostly renovated attractive grounds feature mature trees, stone walls and vege gardens plus the bonus of a large shed. 28.10.20 Stephen O’Byrne - 021 969 848 email@example.com ljhooker.co.nz/ 2ZJHFG
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8a Primrose St
Grandstand Views This home stands out above the rest. Its elevated position commands panoramic views of the estuary mountain and countryside. The lower level has generous open plan living with polished timber flooring opening to decking through bi fold doors, a kitchen with an extra storage area and a bathroom. And a sheltered, sunny courtyard for your morning coffee.
Strong Trading & Growth Potential Raglan Self Storage is situated in Nau Mai Business Park 5 mins drive from Raglan.122 storage units of various sizes in 9 buildings with a consistent occupancy rate, growing trading record. Diversified income with a 4 bay 390m2 industrial building containing 3 tenancies currently in place. Resource consent application underway for further development into a boat and vehicle storage area.
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4 Robertson Street
LD SO 7 Nau Mai Rd
Fantastic for Families This well maintained 3 bedroom weatherboard cottage has plenty of charm and character with its polished timber flooring and distinctive decor. The kitchen has good storage and feature tiles and is open to the dining and living. There is a wood burner for those cooler days and when the sun is shining 2 sets of timber French doors make access to the deck easy for outdoor living.
13 Lorenzen Bay Rd
Elevated Landscape Views Raglan Golf Course ,Sunsets over Mt Karioi, and natural habitats over the Estruary is the reason why you will sit back relax and enjoy the everchanging landscape that this 3 bedroom home will give you. Along with a fully fenced backyard where the Morning sun bathes in the master bedroom with ensuite and its own private deck this home is one you must see.
LD SO 26 Smith St
7 Puriri Street
Once in a Lifetime Seldom do properties come up for sale in sought after Puriri Street and it’s the first time on the market in 20 years for this big beauty. Perfectly positioned 50m from the waterfront, the substantial well presented 4 bedroom home has 2 living areas and is set on a large and near flat 1/4 acre (1012m2) section. The standalone double garage has the huge bonus of an upstairs self contained unit. Auction Contact Email View
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2 Government Road
For Sale by Deadline Private Treaty (unless sold prior)
3pm, Fri 11 Dec 2020 96 Ulster Street, Hamilton Phone for viewing times Graham Rope 021 222 7427 email@example.com
517 Wainui Road Auction (unless sold prior) 11am, Thu 3 Dec 2020 96 Ulster Street, Hamilton Phone for viewing times Mark Frost 022 150 2244 firstname.lastname@example.org SUCCESS REALTY LIMITED, BAYLEYS, LICENSED UNDER THE REA ACT 2008
Prime lifestyle opportunity in the heart of Raglan
This refurbished home now embraces the old and the new keeping the wonderful high ceilings, tall sash windows and adding a new bespoke kitchen and bathroom. This is Raglan living at its best relaxed and close to the water with easy access to town. A stunning property with a quality touch.
This large lifestyle family home sits perfectly on one of Raglanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s golden miles and has relaxing rural and coastal views from the expansive living areas and covered deck. Your new home will be perfectly positioned between the vibrant Raglan hub, amazing beaches and world famous surf breaks. Explore the development opportunities with the large land offering of 9900sqm (more or less).
SUCCESS REALTY LIMITED, BAYLEYS, LICENSED UNDER THE REA ACT 2008
7B Three Streams Road
49D Glentui Lane
Auction (unless sold prior) 11am, Thu 5 Nov 2020 96 Ulster Street, Hamilton Phone for viewing times Graham Rope 021 222 7427 email@example.com
Auction (unless sold prior) 11am, Thu 12 Nov 2020 96 Ulster Street, Hamilton Phone for viewing times Mark Frost 022 150 2244 firstname.lastname@example.org
SUCCESS REALTY LIMITED, BAYLEYS, LICENSED UNDER THE REA ACT 2008
SUCCESS REALTY LIMITED, BAYLEYS, LICENSED UNDER THE REA ACT 2008
Beautiful house; spectacular views
Renovated home and lifestyle
Feel welcome as soon as you enter the front door of this beautiful open plan home, with a seamless flow through dining, kitchen and living rooms. The generous windows fill the home with natural light, allowing you to see it at its best in all seasons. The outdoor area flows from the indoors, making alfresco dining and entertaining a dream.
All the work has been done on this renovated family home which sits perfectly in the relaxed lifestyle village of Glentui where you are only a short drive to schooling, amenities and Raglan beaches. The plentiful 5292sqm (more or less) lifestyle section is fully fenced, has established gardens and fruit trees so you can provide healthy living options for the family dinner table. or explore new potential development opportunities.
15 Point Street
204 Rangitahi Peninsula Asking Price $390,000 Phone for viewing times Mark Frost 022 150 2244 email@example.com
Price by Negotiation Phone for viewing times Graham Rope 021 222 7427 firstname.lastname@example.org
SUCCESS REALTY LIMITED, BAYLEYS, LICENSED UNDER THE REA ACT 2008
Home or holiday destination
SUCCESS REALTY LIMITED, BAYLEYS, LICENSED UNDER THE REA ACT 2008
Full site real potential Here is a property on 984sqm (more or less), with potential for future development, (subject to Council resource consents) to subdivide and create an additional allotment. This much-loved family property has a comforting and relaxing feel where you can enjoy the divine sunsets and panoramic views, whilst sitting amongst the mature fruit trees currently growing on the section.
Build your dream home or holiday bach on this relaxing 400sqm (more or less) section on LOT 204 at Rangitahi Peninsula.The views of Mount Kariori and the Raglan Harbour are simply relaxing, and this section provides you and your family with the opportunity to build an amazing sanctuary to call home. Raglan's lifestyle is second to none with world famous surf breaks, kite surfing, boating, fishing, hiking and yoga retreats all on doorstep.
102B Greenslade Road
Hamilton Surrounds 614 SH23 Whatawhata Road
Auction (unless sold prior) 11am, Thu 26 Nov 2020 96 Ulster Street, Hamilton View 1-1.30pm Sat 7 Nov, Sat 14 Nov & Sat 21 Nov Graham Rope 021 222 7427 email@example.com
Price by Negotiation Phone for viewing times Mark Frost 022 150 2244 firstname.lastname@example.org
SUCCESS REALTY LIMITED, BAYLEYS, LICENSED UNDER THE REA ACT 2008
Lifestyle - bungalow - city boundary
Greenslade Home and Income Peaceful and elevated with picturesque native bush and water views, this property in Greenslade Road has great home and income options. A three-level split home allows you to live upstairs and have a fully self-contained accommodation downstairs. You will especially love the lush garden sanctuary, with tropical waterfall and path access to the waterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s edge.
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SUCCESS REALTY LIMITED, BAYLEYS, LICENSED UNDER THE REA ACT 2008
This good-sized character bungalow on a large 8,382sqm (more or less) section with double glazing is less than a two-minute drive to the Hamilton City boundary and Dinsdale shops. The home features a nice relaxed open plan kitchen and dining area which flows easily to the outdoor living spaces and established garden's. Best of both worlds in a relaxing country lifestyle with school and work right on your door step.
Sale of lifestyle property to benefit local conservation project A
local real estate agent has come up with a novel way to bolster one community organisation’s quest to bring seabirds flocking back to Raglan and the turning of the tide on biodiversity loss and helping to re-wild our corner of the world.
In just 10 years we have seen · 10,635 predators removed · 85kms of trap lines and 2,048 traps checked fortnightly by volunteers · 300+ volunteers clocking up 27,740 of volunteer hours · 174 local households do predator control on their own property as part of our Backyard trapping program · 14 Oi chicks successfully fledge in the past two years – and fingers crossed another 7 take off at Christmas! · Three successful environmental education programs enjoyed by 512 local students and their families (Karioi Kids, Karioi Rangers, Manaaki Ao) · 17 people employed part-time by the Karioi Project in biodiversity and education work “Mark is an amazing advocate for the Karioi Project, volunteering on a traplines, sponsoring regular volunteer get togethers and attending beach-clean ups,” van Houte says. “We are so grateful to Mark for his generous offer.”
Bayley’s agent Mark Frost says he will donate $10,000 from the sale of a contemporary home on Maungatawhiri Rd to the Karioi Project; a conservation project driven by a vision to make Karioi a sea and forest bird sanctuary. Established in 2009, the group has undertaken predator control on more than 2,300 hectares of private and public land, trained hundreds of volunteers, established a seabird monitoring programme and held beach cleanups. Their efforts have also seen the return of Little Blue penguins waddling down the beach and Oi or Grey Faced Petrels, burrowing along the coast. Project manager Kristel van Houte says the significant donation will go towards salaries for the rangers that they employ to work on the mountain which is vitally important to organisations key strategies.
The plentiful 6260sqm (more or less) lifestyle section is fully fenced, has established gardens and tons of room to grow fruit trees and graze animals so you can provide healthy living options for the family dinner table or explore development options with the land.
Mark says he sees the donation of his commission is a way to champion a cause he is passionate about, and give back to the amazing local community and environment we are lucky to be guardians of at this time.
Check open home times or call Mark for a viewing. 022 150 2244.
The amazing owners of 233 Maungatawhiri Rd, were super keen in being part of this project to raise funds for the Karioi Project and new owners will be able to look out at the maunga, and know that they’ve helped sea and forest birds create new lives on Karioi.” Mark Frost says the modern contempory home has relaxing rural views from every aspect including the expansive wrap around deck which flows from the large open plan living areas and the bedrooms. Upon arrival you are greeted with a covered car park entranceway which is handy for those rainy and hot summer days. Once inside from the spacious entrance you can turn left and be in the expansive and high stud living areas which comprise of an open plan kitchen, dining and large living area which flows nicely to the wrap around deck.
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10b Wainamu Road, Raglan
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Bayleys in the Waikato would like to welcome Graham Rope back into the fold, working Altogether Better alongside Mark Frost covering the Raglan area. If you are thinking of selling your valued home and want honest advice on the value, and ways to enhance it’s potential, call today for a free no obligation property appraisal. SUCCESS REALTY LTD, BAYLEYS, LICENSED UNDER THE REA ACT 2008
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Auction, Auction, Auction
Bidders & Buyers, Neighbours & Friends... Come along to our Auction Extravaganza. AUCTION 6:00pm, Friday 20 November, Ray White Raglan office
16 Taipari Avenue
11 Bedrooms - Huge potential - Incredible views- 1914sqm property
4 Bedrooms - 2 Bathrooms - Desiderable location - 807sqm section
71 Wainui Road
74 Wainui Road
Great rental investment or first home - 2 Bedrooms - 837sqm section
3 Double bedrooms - Great potential & location - 1172sqm section
20 Lorenzen Bay Road
8a Cambrae Road
Immaculate home - 2 Bedrooms - Large flat garden
3 Bedroom - Exceptional water views - Modern living - 418sqm section
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Ray White Raglan Limited Licensed (REAA 2008)
40 Norrie Avenue
R AGL A N K A R IOI TR A IL ORGA NISER UNFA ZED BY A DDED CH A LLENGE BY EDITH SY MES
t might be more of a challenge mounting a big sports event in the wake of the Covid lockdown but Raglan Karioi Trail organiser Francois Mazet insists he’s “always optimistic”. “I organise it because I love running on our maunga and I want to share that with everyone who’s keen to participate,” he told the Chronicle.
And if this Raglan-domiciled Frenchman does get a bit overwhelmed at times, no worries. He simply dons his running shoes, scales Mt Karioi then comes back home “pumped”. The eighth annual running of the iconic mountain trail event is now just over five weeks away. As usual Swanny’s Ruapuke farm at the foot of Mt Karioi will be race headquarters, and the “whole family” catered for with 24km, 10km and 5km runs.
The 24km race “necessitates some training” and is definitely one of the most challenging mountain runs in the country, Francois admits. It traverses the 756 metre-high Mt Karioi twice, with a total elevation gain of 1850 metres. While the event attracts athletes from all over New Zealand – and usually from overseas too – there’s also “a good crew of locals” taking part each year, he adds. Francois’ aim is to provide participants with an unforgettable experience. “That is why the tracks will be ready, the water will be at the top of the ridge and the sausages will be on the barbecue when people cross the finish line where spot prizes will be awarded.” He prides himself on the event’s village atmosphere which is achieved, he says, by limiting the number of competitors to 400 and ensuring it’s a fun day for everyone. He’s hopeful the current alert level 1 – which requires social distancing, good hygiene procedures and QR code sign-in – will remain, but has strategies like staggered starts all set to go if level 2 restrictions are introduced meantime. In a worst-case scenario (alert level 3) the Raglan Karioi Trail will be
cancelled, he says, and all registrations fully refunded less the $10 admin fee. “I definitely don’t want to penalise participants if coronavirus hits us again.” Francois adds that since the March/ April lockdown lots of running events have been rescheduled to November and December, with participants now having to choose which one they enter. “For small, independent event organisers this is a hard time as we are not guaranteed to be able to cover all our costs.” For sure the current risks and uncertainty have made the job that much harder this year, Francois concedes, but he points out Karioi Classic organisers Dirk De Ruysscher and Lisa Thomson have also had more stress than usual with the cycle race postponed from July to September. “Luckily there’s fantastic support from the community, the registrations for RKT 2020 are going well and sponsors remain supportive,” Francois says.
*Raglan Karioi Trail takes place on Saturday December 12 from 8am. Registrations are open until an hour before the start of each race.
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Food Waste Collection Update from Xtreme Zero Waste
Last year in June, our Waikato District Council opted out of supporting the food waste collection service to continue. We asked for your support and the community delivered.Thanks to everyone for their sharing and donations to our Givealittle campaign. We want to acknowledge the Whaingaroa community and significant donors for paying for this past year alongside us at Xtreme Zero Waste. Thank you, so truly awesome! Fastforward to July 2020 and our Waikato District Council still didn't want to enter into negotiations with us. XZW has been tightening things up so we could self fund this service, it's just too important to lose, but it has been a challenge for us at around $10,000 per month going from other areas. Thanks to compost sales, and other XZW activities making sacrifices, we could keep food waste out of landfill and keep this important service going. Through the amazing work of our Office Team, we have secured some support from Trust Waikato (Thank you!) to pay for the service from now until July 2021. Trust Waikato has provided this as an impact grant as they realise the significance of reducing waste and emissions and the model Raglan Community is providing. On a national scale we were leading into this space of food waste collection and are proud to see so many regions and cities turning their attention to this important waste stream. If you work over the divvy or have whanau in Hamilton City you might have already seen their services. While many other councils and cities roll out food waste collection programmes, and we welcome visitors to come and learn about what we've been doing here, unfortunately Waikato District Council have once again cleared food waste conversations off the table. There will be a further opportunity through the District Waste Management and Minimisation Plan that is currently being reviewed. Review of the Plan will be a further opportunity for our community to have their say. So for now we want to celebrate and thank you for your support over the past year, for the food waste campaign, and supporting all of Xtreme's activities of reducing, reusing and recycling. As of July 2021 we have no more funding. Xtreme can't continue at this point to fund the food waste collection. We have done our best, and we are so grateful for the support. Thank you Raglan! If you want to raise this issue with Council please be aware that our Councilor, Lisa Thompson, has been very supportive and that the decision has been made further up the food chain. Kia ora for your support Raglan ~ From all of the team at Xtreme Zero Waste
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and of course locals too ...it is a GREAT place to
Raglan’s a surf mecca for wave riders. If you have never had a go, book a lesson and head to the beach.
Grab a chilly bin, pack a book and enjoy a lazy day by the sea. Don’t forget your sunscreen (and hat).
4. ENJOY A ROUND OF GOLF
5. CHECK OUT THE LOCAL SKATE BOWL AND PUMP TRACK
6. DISCOVER KAYAKING AND STAND UP PADDLE BOARDING
down at Paphua Domain. Close to the water for swimming too. Make a day of it with the kids.
A unique way to explore Raglan and unlock the secrets of our amazing harbour.
8. VISIT THE MUSEUM
9. GET DOWN TO THE WHARF
on Wainui Road and learn more about the history of Whaingaroa.
and enjoy some ﬁsh and chips, fresh ﬁsh to take home (or go and catch your own!), retail shops, art galleries and a restaurant too.
11. ENJOY A DAY AT PAPAHUA DOMAIN
12. CHECK OUT THE SCENIC WALKS
Just over the footbridge from downtown Raglan. A safer option for the littlies for swimming with a playground nearby and ﬁsh and chips too!
around Raglan. Grab a map from the information centre. Waireinga (Bridal Veil Falls) is always a crowd pleaser or check out Te Toto Gorge or climb Mount Karioi!
14. TAKE A HORSE TREK
15. BROWSE THE SHOPS AND DINE OUT AT OUR GREAT EATERIES
at the scenic Raglan Golf Course and take the kids with you so they can try out the mini-putt course - Te Hutewai Road. 7. CATCH A SPECTACULAR WEST COAST SUNSET
10. GET ON YOUR BIKE
SU M M ER HOLIDAY GU IDE is read by our many summer visitors, bach owners
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13. RIDE OR WALK THE WINDFARM TRAIL
Check out the famous 55m Waireinga (Bridal Veil Falls) on the way!
and discover the surrounding countryside with stunning coastal and rural views.
3. EXPLORE WAINUI BUSHPARK RESERVE
Just before the beach turnoﬀ, take a wander through this beautiful bush reserve. It’s also a great sot for a picnic.
A spot of retail therapy? Yes please. And we are spoilt for choice with cafes and restaurants in Raglan.
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aglan apiarist Bevan Pike loves his bees and maintaining their environment s an integral part of his eekeeping philosophy.
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We are making it simpler and more cost-effective for alcohol licence applicants to notify the public. When an application is made for a new licence or renewal of a licence the public notice will no longer be required to be published in the newspaper. The applicant will complete a template that is contained in the application/renewal form and will return it to Council. From Monday 2 November 2020 these notices will be published on Council’s website (waikatodistrict.govt.nz). There will be an administrative fee to the applicant for this, from 1 July 2021.
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Notice of herbicide spraying Waikato Regional Council advises that under Resource Consent 124871 spraying of pest plants growing in aquatic and semi-aquatic locations will continue over the next three months. Pest plants to be sprayed are listed in the Regional Pest Management Plan and include (but are not limited to): alligator weed, Manchurian wild rice, sagittaria, Senegal tea, spartina and yellow flag iris. Herbicides to be used are haloxyfop, imazapyr, metsulfuron-methyl and triclopyr. Application method is location dependent and may be by helicopter, gun and hose, mistblower or knapsack. Operational areas are spread throughout the region and include (but are not limited to): • Lakes Whangape and Waikare
• Te Otamanui Lagoon • Waihou, Piako and Ohinemuri rivers • Waikato River (from Horotiu to Port Waikato) • Whangamarino and Maramarua rivers • numerous smaller urban and rural sites.
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Spraying is weather dependent and will occur during daylight hours on any day, including weekends but excluding public holidays. For more information or to request to be notified visit www.waikatoregion.govt.nz/aquaticspraying or call Waikato Regional Council’s biosecurity pest plants team on 0800 800 401.
Engineering & Fabrication Stainless and mild steel, Aluminium and plastic welding P: 027 4366 320 E: email@example.com www.inovit.co.nz
Occupiers who have already requested to be notified will be contacted prior to spraying. CDA McLay Chief Executive
also at HG Webb House, Cnr Boundary & Victoria Streets, Hamilton
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For Sale F I R E W O O D DRY, DELIVERED Trailerload: Pine $170 / Phone 021 0771524 In My Good Books Quality 2nd hand books Open Thurs - Sun from 10am 2 Wallis St Books wanted.
Commercial to Let SELF STORAGE Contact Gary Kite 4005 SH23, Raglan Ph: (07) 825 6560 Mob: 022 622 9005 firstname.lastname@example.org
Services Offered FRUIT TREES NEED PRUNING? Pip, Stone, Citrus. 20 years experience. Here for pruning season and beyond. Call Dean 0212174491 FLUE CLEANING & LOG FIRE INSPECTION $115. All flue and log fire repairs including new fire installations. Please phone Mark on 07 8298-103 / 021457342
Drop-in oounge Mon to Fri 9am - 4pm Drop-in Lounge Mon to10am Fri- 3pm Op Shop Mon to Fri 9am 4pm Meeting Rooms Available for Hire Op Shopavailable Mon tofor Fri 10am Services Raglan Residents Free Budget service By appointment 3pm oow Cost Counselling By appointment Meeting Rooms Available Justice of the Peace Wed 1-1.30pm for Hire Free Digital Device support Thurs 3-4pm 45 Bowavailable Street (07) 8142 Services for825Raglan Residents Free Budget service By appointment Low Cost Counselling By appointment Justice of the Peace Wed 1-1.30pm Free Digital Device support Thurs 3-4pm 45 Bow Street (07) 825 8142
QUALIFIED EARLY C H I L D H O O D T E A C H E R POSITION - FULL TIME. Let’s Grow Early Learning Centre is looking for a passionate, qualified early childhood kaiako to join our team. We are seeking someone who is passionate about quality care and with a sound understanding of the Te Whariki curriculum. Must have proven early childhood experience, be flexible to work between 7am6pm and available during school holidays. A New Zealand recognised early childhood qualification is essential. Please send your C.V. and cover letter to info@ letsgrow.net.nz. We look forward to hearing from you.
WH AT’S ON SAT 7 NOV
CENTRALLY LOCATED SPACE AVAILABLE, already set up. Perfect for beautician, consultation room, or massage etc. Comes with waiting room, customer’s car park, disabled toilet, bathroom and seperate shower. A nice peaceful large space with Garden out look. Phone 027 447 1999
Notice of Annual General Meeting Invitation - New Committee Members! All Welcome! 4.00pm Saturday 14th November Raglan House, 45 Bow St. Basement Meeting Room Do you have a passion for the health of our oceans? Seabed mining is at a turning point in Aotearoa. Come along, be part of the latest news and way forward. Seeking expressions of interest from potential new Committee Members. Enquiries to KASM secretary on 0211123998
UPCOMING PUBLICATION SCHEDULE: NOVEMBER: 5th November - Local Rag issue 12th November Chronicle 19th November - Break 26th November Chronicle DECEMBER: 3rd December - Break 10th December -Chronicle 17th December -Summer Holiday Guide 24th December - Chronicle JANUARY: 7th January - Break 14th January - Chronicle 21st january - Break 29th January - Chronicle
AT THE OLD SCHOOL
(M Violence. Off. Lang.)
Sat 14 - 5.30pm
Sun 15 – 4.30pm
Door sales 30 mins prior Reserve raglanmovies.nz 28 | Raglan Chronicle Magazine Issue November 2020
Sat 14 – 7.30pm
MUSIC AT THE OLD SCHOOL West Coast Jazz. Doors Open 7pm for 7.30pm start $25 pre-sales close 06/11/20 email@example.com
SAT 7 NOV
YOU ARE INVITED TO CELEBRATE 125 YEARS WITH US. Come to our free sausage sizzle. Enjoy music. Gift souvenir postcard. Wander through the church. When: Saturday 7 November 2020 12:00 – 2:00pm Where: Raglan Congregational Church lawn 3 Stewart St
SUN 8 NOV
RAGLAN SUNDAY SESSIONS 5 - 8pm Vinyl Culture ft Cian, Jamin-I and special guests . Followed with DJ’s Mike Jones and Sam Calfy Free from 5pm, $10 after 7pm. Happy hour 5.30 - 6.30pm. Food from Karioi Kitchen 6-11pm
WED 11 NOV
ARMISTICE DAY To be held at the Cenotaph, Bow Street, Raglan, at 11am on 11 November 2020. All welcome to attend.
SUN 15 NOV
RAGLAN CREATIVE MARKETS 2nd Sunday of the month 10am - 2pm at the Old School Arts Centre on Stewart St. www.raglanmarket.com
TWILIGHT BOWLS At Raglan Bowling Club, Starts Tuesday November 10th, Checkin from 5.45pm, Teams of 3 or individuals
Commercial to Let
Kiwis Against Seabed Mining
EVERY SUNDAY - COMMUNITY KAI & CRAFT TINY SHOP
SAT 21 NOV
5PM ONWARDS RAGLAN RUGBY SPORTS CLUB
The space is offered on a donation basis, giving artists an obligation & pressure free environment to launch new products or ideas.Eat A Rainbow can be found every Sunday from 5pm until sold out serving nutritious, vegetarian kai on a ‘pay what you can afford’ basis. Everyone is welcome to dine out without fear of breaking the bank. For more information - find Community Kai & Craft on Facebook or contact Jono Hutson on 021488766
SAFER SPEED REVIEWS
HAVE YOUR SAY
Community drop-in sessions (27 October–11 November 2020)
Too many crashes have happened on State Highways 23, 31 and 39 in west Waikato. Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency Have your say at one of the is reviewing the speed limits on the following drop-in sessions highways from Raglan to Hamilton, Pirongia War Memorial Hall, Whatawhata to Ōtorohanga, and Tuesday 27 October, 2–7pm Kawhia to SH39. Ōtorohanga Countdown, We want to hear your views on Wed 28 October, 2–7pm safe speeds on these roads. You Kawhia Community Hall, can give feedback by: Tuesday 3 November, 2–7pm • visiting nzta.mysocialpinpoint. com/west-waikato-speedreview • emailing waikato.speed. firstname.lastname@example.org
Whatawhata Village Cafe, Tuesday 10 November, 2-7pm Raglan Town Hall, Wednesday 11 November, 2-7pm