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ARC adventure race competitors setting out on their first discipline, a harbour kayak race, at dawn last Saturday.
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Don’t miss this week’s triple bill of movies at the Old School
he Raglan Old School Arts Centre has three great nights of movies lined up this week. Here is the lowdown…
Music lovers won’t want to miss Thursday night’s showing of 2014 Oscar winner Twenty Feet from The Shack. Dine in or Takeaway. 19 Bow Street..................................825 0027 Stardom, a film that shines a spotlight on the backup singers behind some of the greatest musical legends of the 21st century. These gifted artists span a range of styles, genres and eras of popular The Raglan Club. Dine in or Takeaway. 22-24 Bow Street.................. 825 8278 music, but each has a uniquely fascinating and personal story to share of life spent in the shadows of superstardom. The documentary includes rare archival footage and intimate interviews with Bruce Springsteen, Stevie Wonder, Mick Jagger and Sting. “A ringing, resounding tribute to a handful of (predominantly African American) women who have become what might be called household voices, all the while remaining unknown names. Sweet, WeatherMap - New Zealand weather forecastsenergising, unmissable. sad, thrilling, Recommended.” 4.5/5 stars. New Zealand Herald. Catch Twenty Feet From Stardom,
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Kayaks, bikes flip in wild Raglan weather but race chiefs unfazed
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Secondary school teams setting off on a mountain bike leg around the Whaanga Coast Road.
ayaks were flipped in the harbour, several people were blown off their mountain-bikes and riders also faced a complete “white-out” at Te Uku wind farm on the top of the Wharauroa Plateau but organisers of the big ARC adventure race based around Raglan at the weekend were unbothered by it all.
Marshals and roving paramedics were on hand throughout the course, he added, and radio communication kept everyone in the loop. Keith admitted there were “pretty hefty blows” up on Mt Karioi to challenge competitors early on as they trekked from the Te Toto Gorge to the Te Mata side of the mountain. That leg of the race was sandwiched between two mountain-biking stages which saw some competitors blown off their bikes in Some might say it was “a bit reckless” the gusts. Those crashes didn’t faze Keith any to go ahead with the annual event as Cyclone Lusi bore down on the country and locals more than the kayaking capsizes. “Most were warned to batten down the hatches, co- (competitors) will wear battle wounds before organiser Keith Stephenson acknowledged to the finishline,” he quipped, pointing out accidents could equally happen while entrants the Chronicle. But Keith said that he, fellow organiser were out training. After biking roads and farmland to the Andy Reid and their Adventure Racing Coromandel support crew were confident they Bridal Veil Falls, competitors had to plunge had all contingencies covered in this their under the falls to reach a checkpoint. “Each 14th year of the race, which was being held in checkpoint they get to is worth time credits,” Keith explained. Raglan for the first time. More mountain-biking took competitors Keith pointed out he was in town all last week, in touch with the local Coastguard and up to the top of the wind farm 430 metres above sea level, being advised by where they could the most up-to-date Raglan seen as ideal for hear only the MetService data. adventure race of own ‘whoosh’ of the Changes were in giant turbines as fact made along the ARC adventure race co-organiser Keith little as 10 metres way because of the Stephenson was impressed with Raglan’s away. “It was all weather forecast, he “au naturel” environment for the race, which compass work up said, with Saturday’s has been held away from the Coromandel there, which was dawn kayakers only three times since the gruelling event good,” says Keith. setting off from began in 2000. Then it was Kopua footbridge on “I can see Raglan doing a (regular) six down to Vandy and a shortened course or eight-hour adventure race here,” he said, Waitetuna Valley and the last six hours looking to the future. “Raglan could have Roads, and around of the 24-hour race three or four teams of its own … and it’s to the Karamu wiped completely great exposure for the young ones.” Caves. That’s because of the While Raglan had no competitors in the where the two conditions. adventure race, local sports events promoter Even so a third eight-hour races Lisa Thomson organised a group of Raglanof the dawn kayaking – one with the based volunteers to help out around the fleet capsized uptraditional kayak course. harbour and two leg, the other Keith said he and all the ARC crew Coastguard jetskis using standup were especially grateful to local landowners and an ARC inflatable paddleboards in with whom they negotiated for more than rescue boat were kept Kopua estuary six months to get the course finalised. busy helping right the – ended, though craft, though Keith not before caving, emphasised most kayakers would have been rock-climbing and rifle-shooting disciplines. able to do so themselves. Those in the 12-hour adventure race The 24-hour entrants – the first of whom carried on trekking the Four Brothers Track – finished the course in Pirongia at 2am on finishing on top of Old Mountain Road – while Sunday – didn’t do a night kayak down the the 24-hour contenders biked to the base of Waipa River or an extra mountain-bike and Pirongia before trekking the mountain a final trek that was to follow. They were at risk of six or seven hours. hypothermia when competing in such extreme One four-person team however made a weather conditions, said Keith, and using “a ‘navigational error’ on Mt Pirongia, breaking helluva lot more energy getting from A to B”. out onto farmland at daylight to find they faced
a 35-kilometre trek back to the finish line at Pirongia. Needless to say they weren’t at prize-giving back in Raglan late Sunday morning, said Keith. More than 200 endurance junkies came to Raglan to tackle the series of tough land and water-based challenges, in teams mostly of four but also of two and three. None knew the exact course until registration the night before, but all were kitted out with the survival gear they needed for what is known as the adventure of a lifetime. Many of the 100-odd teams involved were made up of secondary school students and they “had a ball”, said Keith who reckoned the conditions were perfect for outdoor education. “It made them a bit more alert, conscious of safety and looking out for each other.” He now wants to encourage them over to Coromandel to enter the North Island Secondary School Adventure Racing Championships in September. Edith Symes
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Bigger prize pot adds Take cold swim and help to Art to Wear’s allure warm pool, locals urged
aglan’s bridge to bridge harbour swim is on again the weekend after next – and organisers are hoping a good crowd will mean a silver lining. A blue liner for the school pool, to be exact. The Raglan Swimming Club says while last year’s inaugural swim attracted 72 entrants, only a quarter of those were town residents and it’s keen to see more locals turn out on Saturday week for what should be “a really fun day”. Through a series of events from 250 metres up to two kilometres the fledgling club’s looking to raise the final $6000 of the $21,000 cost of pouring a sheet-like lining that will hold the warmth in for longer and extend the swimming season at the 22-metre pool well into autumn. Fundraising committee member Lisa Thomson says the aim is to provide a “much more comfortable learning environment”. Even with the new bubble wrap-like pool cover that was able to be installed as a result of last year’s harbour
‘Bensemen Thing 3’ and ‘Thing 4’ from the 2012 Art To Wear show
he “fantastic” prizes on offer this year could well tempt more young artists about town to enter Raglan’s biennial Art To Wear competition in May and to have fun with fashion, says organiser Jean Carbon. Jean, a fabric artist herself, says creations need not cost a lot or take too much time to make but will put entrants in line for some lucrative awards – thanks to generous sponsorship and a “sizeable” amount of money on offer this time around from Raglan Lions, whose op shop has had a great summer. Besides a supreme award now upped to $1200, the people’s choice award comes for the first time with a $500 cash prize as well as a trophy and there’ll be first, second and third section prizes as well. LJ Hooker have also come onboard as a major sponser this year. Jean believes the local event is at as good a level – financially and creatively – as many other wearable arts competitions in New Zealand, and says having more of the local schools come on board recently has been great. “It’s a wonderful feeling to have that community support.” Raglan Area School excelled itself last time around with its own wearable arts show as a forerunner to the main
event, she explains. Jean now hopes to see local businesses getting their staff working collaboratively on creations, and young artists in town taking the opportunity to create their own original pieces. This year’s ‘Rummage’ section sponsored by Xtreme Zero Waste means entrants can experiment with recycled materials picked up for next to nothing, while the new ‘Over the Top’ section allows for unconventional hat entries. “We felt it (making hats or headpieces) was a clever idea that could be created effectively and quickly,” Jean told the Chronicle, recalling a shark or orca sculpture worn on the head in the past. Then there’s the ‘White Light’ section which will provide a “stunning” effect, Jean promises – the colour white picked up with black light and illuminated. A new advertising poster has also gone with the white theme. Add in a section for ‘Heroes and Icons’ and an under-13 ‘Mahy Mayhem’ section and that ensures there’s something for everyone, says Jean. “Let’s make this wearable arts event the best yet.” E. Symes 2014 Art To Wear will be held in Raglan Town Hall on the last weekend of May, Friday 30 (dress rehearsal) and Saturday 31.
Raglan netball starting soon
hank you to all the girls who attended the netball muster last week. We had a fantastic turnout and it looks like we will be growing from 4 teams to 7 this year. For the next three Wednesdays we will be having pre- season training, skills and drills from 4 to 5pm for Years 4-8 and 5 to 6pm for seniors . All new players are welcome. Teams will be decided over the
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next 3 weeks and your coach will then be in contact with you. We are now actively seeking sponsorship, no matter how big or small to get us moving towards a successful 2014 and to lay the foundations of the years ahead. Great to see Netball strong in Raglan, we look forward to a top season. Please contact Jo Reiri Principal at Waitetuna on 8255827 if you are able to help. Netball Committee
swim, the club’s youngster ranks have swollen from 40ish to more than 90 this summer, she says. “A warmer pool has a real big impact on the people doing lane swimming, who come in consistently on Sunday, Monday and Wednesday evenings,” Lisa adds. “The pool is a great resource for the community and we’re passionate about making it warmer, especially so our children can learn to swim safely.” With a $15,000 grant from the Wel Energy Trust and a small amount from Trust Waikato the liner project is already well on the way, and organisers hope a bigger turnout of locals for this year’s harbour swim will help turn it into a reality. “We’re wanting to attract our local schoolkids in particular along to the harbour swim,” says Lisa. “If they can swim 200 metres they’re all good to go.” Under-13s will swim various distances from the Kopua footbridge towards the boat ramp, while the
1km, 1.5km and 2km open events are based on a course running from the footbridge to the new museum and then on up to the Raglan West traffic bridge (the 2km swimmers go beyond it) before returning to the footbridge. All courses will be marked out by large buoys. Entry fees will range from $510 for under-13s and $10-20 for events from 500 metres up. There’ll be certificates for winners and participants, “amazing” spot prizes and raffles, and harbour swim T-shirts for sale. More FM, which is supporting the swim, will also be there. Late registrations will be taken from 8 to 8.55am, then there’ll be a karakia and race briefing at 9 before the first swim begins at 9.05. Organisers say all events and prizegiving should be completed 12.30ish “just in time for that picnic you packed or fish and chips at Jo’s Kopua Campstore”. Edith Symes 2014 Raglan Bridge to Bridge Harbour Swim, Saturday March 29 at the boat ramp alongside Kopua Domain, 9-12.30.
Christie breaks drought under threat of Cyclone Lusi
Billy Stairmand shows how difficult it was to surf against the massive chop coming up the faces of waves at Manu Bay. Image thanks to Cory / NZ Surfing Magazine
R a five year drought winning
ichard Christie has broken
the Rip Curl Pro presented by Jagermeister held at Manu Bay, Raglan on Saturday. Under dark skies, gale offshore winds and sideways rain thanks to Cyclone Lusi, Christie surfed his way to a win in the Open Men’s Division in the 1.0m – 1.5m waves that built throughout the day. Christie surfed to a 12.34 point heat total in the final, a modest score for the day but indicative of the challenging conditions as Cyclone Lusi ripped through the Waikato with gusts of 40 knots buffeting the waves. Event favourite Billy Stairmand made a shock exit in the semifinals of the Open Men’s Division placing seventh overall. Meanwhile,
Jessica Santorik placed third in the Open Women’s Division. A third consecutive win on the New Zealand Pro Series has seen Whangamata surfer Grace Spiers open up a massive lead on the ratings after her victory in the Open Women’s Division. Spiers first won the National Championships at Gisborne in January before winning the second event at Whangamata in February and Saturdays win at the Rip Curl Pro. “Those were some of the most difficult conditions to compete in, you could hardly walk down the rocks let alone surf, on the waves. It was hard to stay low and you couldn’t even hit the top of the wave, bit different for the boys who have a bit more weight but definitely hard for us girls” said Spiers. The Rip Curl Pro is contested
over the Open Men’s and Women’s Divisions as well as the Under 20 Men’s Division. The three day event offers $12,000 in prize money spread across the three divisions. Surfing NZ Results: Open Men’s Division Final Richard Christie (Mahia), 12.33, 1, Matt-Lewis Hewitt (Mnt), 11.50, 2, Bobby Hansen (Gis) 11.10, 3, Elliot Paerata Reid (Piha), 8.27, 4 Open Open Women’s Final Grace Spiers (Whmata), 9.97, 1, Jasmine Smith (Gis), 9.40, 2, Jessica Santorik (Rag), 8.93, 3, Claudia Fraser (Piha), 8.23, 4 Under 20 Men’s Division Finals Elliot Paerata Reid (Piha), 14.43, 1, Tane Wallis (Piha), 15.23, 2, Ben Poulter (Rag), 18.17, 3, Taylor Hutchison (Rag), 7.93, 4.
Artist has 365 degree view
R is set to host one of its most
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ambitious exhibitions at the end of this month.
365 Degrees. A Moment, a Day, a Year,
showcases a year’s worth of photography by Raglan writer and mixed media artist Katherine Parrott. As the name implies that’s 365 photos and yes, every single one of them will be in the show. Katherine started her huge undertaking on 22 March 2013 aiming to capture one moment that summed up each day. She says, “Taking a photograph every day becomes a practice and an intention that works both to help me notice the beauty in every day and to create it. Looking through the viewfinder hones my vision, makes me notice things I would otherwise miss. As a big-picture person, it has helped me see details and tiny snatches of beauty that otherwise may have passed my global brain by. I look back on the images and think I’m so glad I captured that.” Living rurally near Raglan, many of Katherine’s photos feature local landscapes, people and places. Her 365 days will finish just one week before the exhibition opens. She comments, “You end up constantly looking for the moment that will sum up each day: the image that will express what
Scheme completion date has been happening, what I’m feeling or what I have to say. Often, this refers to the so-called small or everyday parts of life. For me, it is about consciously making the ordinary and everyday as beautiful and extraordinary as I can.” No stranger to the world of exhibiting, Katherine is an award-winning quilt maker and has shown her art both nationally and internationally. She has been documenting her 365 project on social media and through her website, where images from each day, along with their respective stories, can be found. 365 Degrees. A Moment, a Day, a Year opens on Friday 28 March, 6.30pm at the Old School Arts Centre on Stewart Street, Raglan. All welcome: live music, canapés and cash bar. The exhibition runs daily until Sunday 13 April, 10am-3pm. For a preview of Katherine’s work, head to her website: www.katherineparrott.com. For more details, please contact Katherine Parrott 021 300 981 or by emailing email@example.com E. Brooks
Popular ‘downsize me’ challenge starting soon
aglan Community House is pleased to announce that the next ‘Downsize Me’ challenge starts Thursday 27th March at 5.30pm. The challenge will run for 10 weeks until 29th May. If you are looking to reach or maintain a healthier weight in 2014, now is your chance to further your goal. This year our challenge is being supported by Sport Waikato and the Active and Well Green Prescription Programme. The group is friendly, non-judgmental
and the only person you are “competing” with is yourself. Week 1 sees weigh-in and measuring (optional). We will give you a booklet to record your details, your goals and your plan and will take you through this. You will also be given the opportunity to join the Green Prescription programme free. Thereafter, each week at 5.30pm, you will weigh in and we will then have a guest speaker, or activity, at 6.00pm. If Thursdays don’t work for you but you would still like to take part in the Challenge, come and see us here at Raglan Community House. We are happy to
arrange a day/time that is convenient for you and will give you a copy of any info or handouts which are made available to the Thursday group. During the challenge we ask for a $2 donation towards the cost of the prize for the challenge winner / runner up and we are very grateful to Hayley from Heavenly for her continued support of our challenge. There is no charge for attending the ongoing support group once the challenge is over. So make a date with yourself for Thursday 27th March. See you there! Raglan Community House
The completion date of Whaanga Coast’s new wastewater system has been pushed back to May allowing existing property owners extra time to join the scheme. Contractors Spartan Construction have installed nearly three quarters of the main sewer line along Wainui Road and Upper Wainui Road, and are nearing completion of the booster pump station adjacent to Manu Bay Reserve. Waikato District Council General Manager Service Delivery Tim Harty says he’s pleased with the work that has been completed to date however a couple of issues have slowed the work temporarily. “The project was scheduled for March completion however we’ve experienced a couple of setbacks including product delays and the need to finalise discussions with a group of property owners. To date, 70 residential and two commercial properties have signed up to the scheme two thirds of those connections are now installed and one system (the new kindergarten) is up and running.” He says the delay does have a positive spinoff for property owners still considering whether or not to join the scheme. “If they (existing property owners) join the scheme before construction ends, they’re eligible for a subsidised connection price.”
RAGLAN DENTAL CLINIC Dr Praveen Mathew BDS, MFDS RCS( Eng) Opening hours : Mon -Fri: 8.30 am to 5:30 pm Sat: 8:30 am to 12:30 pm ( by appointment) Same day appointments for emergencies.
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Clean-A-Dog: Mobile dog bath and groomers
Mobile dog grooming: Brett grooming ‘Gypsy’ while in Raglan
e are precious, so are they, so give your dog a treat today! Clean-a-dog mobile dog bath and groomers are coming to Anexa Animal Health Raglan Tuesday 25th March. We will be coming every last Tuesday of the month to provide a full professional grooming service for your loved dogs. Bookings can be made by ringing 0800 101045. Clean-a-dog is a husband wife team bringing our professional
mobile dog grooming service. Brett Gomas has been grooming for 15 years firstly with a franchise then in the early 2000’s forming and starting his own mobile grooming business along with his wife Helen. Right from a kid Brett has been a dog lover and has had family pets from Great Danes, poodles, boxers, foxterriers now their family includes a 10 year old rottweiler sire. All the grooming is done in the warm and cosy enclosed dog friendly van. Fresh warm water
is used in the hydro-bath which massages as it cleans. Great pamper for all dogs, especially for arthritic or aging dogs (special care for any health issues). Your dog benefits from only safe non-toxic shampoos used on them every time! Blow dry removes loose hair and stimulates a healthy coat. Check us out on Facebook today! Or visit our website for more information: http://clean-a-dog.co.nz
YOT Club’s guide to weekend
onight (Thursday 20 March) we have Renee Coffey doing the Raglan part of her North Island Roadie Tour. Renee is a Wellington based musician who is quickly making a name for herself with her reflective soulful songwriting and guitar work. Check her out on you tube particularly her epic take on Hallelulah. Friday we have local superstar djs and men about town Reuben and Dylan Brown aka the Brown Brothers bring their Party Rocking beats to the Yot Club. Always a busy night, this is well worth checking out. On Saturday we have Bulletproof (Aka Jay Cyanide) in the club. Having collaborated with the likes of Pendulum, Concord Dawn, The Upbeats, DJ Optiv (C4C), Mayhem, State of Mind and Agent Alvin Bulletproof have proved he is a name amongst THE names and undoubtedly one of the finest D&B talents to emerge from the Southern Hemisphere. And on Sunday…DJ VADIM Sunday Session - March 23rd .. did we just say DJ Vadim?. You heard it! With only 2 Sunday Sessions left for the Summer; this one is lining up to be yet an other highlight! “Jamin-i Presents” the biggest International name to visit the Yot Club yard yet - DJ Vadim is a veteran producer and Dj. He’s been in the scene for close to 20 years and has toured the world
across more than 60 countries. To describe the man as an internationalist almost seems to sell him short. A guy of this calibre playing in a village our size just can’t be missed! With such a wide range of music, you can catch him this Sunday playing both in the yard and in the club. Also to top it up; we are treated with the support of “The Uplifter”a DJ/percussionist straight from UK also on a NZ Tour. Sunday Session Free from 4.20pm $10 after 8.30pm (so if you’re clever; then come early!) Open every day from midday (late nights from Wednesday ‘til Sunday) with free wifi, free pool, cheap drinks, great music, yummy pizza and many other food options - come check out our menu!
SIMRAD fishing tournament
he Waikato Sport Fishing TRaglan Club’s annual SIMRAD One Base tournament,
Sandra Law’s 8.13 kg specimen being narrowly beaten by an 8.33 kg fish. There were some outstanding hosted by the Raglan Club albacore floating around but they took Inc. saw outstanding weather a bit of finding. Up and coming junior angler, conditions for two days with a Corey Hartgill gave all the adults a turnout of 131 anglers, and a lesson on skipjack tuna fishing by cancelled third day due to the winning the heaviest fish on both days predicted atrocious weather and taking first place overall with a conditions from Cyclone Lusi. very respectable 5.07 kg fish closely The team from Murray Wallace’s followed by Greg Mcleod in second Plan Sea were heavily in the money place with a 4.38 kg fish and Sean with a stonker of an albacore at Carnell only 0.08 kg behind with 4.3 10.14kg and taking out the entire kg fish. Legendary junior fisherman Ethan ‘Kingfish Section’ with himself in third place with a 10.4 kg fish and Tim Rendall took out the most points for a Stace with a 11.03 kg fish and Andy junior by tagging and releasing two Anderson with a respectable 13.85 kg kingfish and a blue shark. Meanwhile leading women’s fish. Meanwhile the battle for second angler for top points was Heidi Cullthird Cows: and heaviestRaglan albacore Chronicle was Robinson for tagging a striped marlin again fiercely fought with third place and blue shark. Heidi’s accumulated
points were also enough to take out most points overall for the tournament and also to make ‘Shogun’ top boat for the tournament as well The $4000 team draw proved to be most entertaining. Ten teams from the pool of 39 were whittled down to the last three standing. Third place draw of $500 Simrad Product Voucher went to team ‘Amnesia’. Second place draw of $1000 Simrad Product Voucher went to the crew of ‘Kia Ora’, with the major prize of a SIMRAD NSS 8 package going to last man standing the team of ‘Excalibur’. The Waikato Sport Fishing Club would like to thank SIMRAD, our other sponsors, our volunteer weigh masters and radio operators. Also thanks to the Raglan Club Inc. for helping us produce a very enjoyable event. Waikato Sport Fishing Club
Dr Oliver Russell, Dr. Damian Kitcheman, Dr. Marcia Mitchley 10 Bankart Street, Raglan
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ROCK-IT SURF SHOP SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE. Up to 70% off. Starts Saturday. 248 Wainui Rd. SATURDAY 22ND MARCH @ Te Kopua Domain. Pink Fun Run/walk around the 3 bridges. Starts at 11am at boatramp. Fundraiser for the Waikato Breast Cancer Trust. Gold coin donation. RAGLAN CREATIVE MARKET. This Sunday 9am - 2pm at the Old School Arts Centre. w w w. r a g l a n m a r k e t . com. SUNDAY 23RD KEVIN HAGUE MP, former CEO West Coast DHB on Green Party Health policy. Bowling Club, James St 6.30pm. All welcome. CARE & CRAFT RAGLAN OPEN DAY Monday 24 March, 9am-12pm @ Union Church Hall. New knitted adults and baby wear, crochet bags, beads & cake stall. MON @ THE RAGLAN CLUB. 500 cards, 1pm. TUES @ RAGLAN CLUB -- Texas Hold’em 6.30pm. WED @ Raglan Club, Fun Quiz 6:45pm. WEDNESDAYS @ BLACKSAND CAFÉ. Knitting Circle from 9.30am. All welcome. Beginners welcome. RAGLAN RAMBLERS WED 19 MARCH: 9am at carpark next to fire station: Adventure Waikato caves – bring lunch and torch. MAINLY MUSIC: Music & movement programme for preschoolers, Monday & Wednesdays 9:30am @ Te Uku church Hall. Ph 8255199 for more info.
RAGLAN WRITING GROUP 1st and 3rd Improve yourmonth, Tues of the paddle power! 7.15pm at the Community House. Sport specific personal Everyone training & welcome. classes; that focus on strengthLIGHT & RAGLAN cardio. GROUP. EXERCISE “Making Difference” Whalea Bay Light exercise Fitness Studio sessions: Mondays & Call Tom, 82510am. 0404 St. Thursdays
www.whalebayfitness.com Peter’s Church Hall,
Bow St. All welcome. HEALING ROOMS closed 27th March. LAST WED OF THE MONTH @ THE RAGLAN CLUB. 60’s Music ‘n’ Mingles, karaoke & raffles, 11am. Enquiries Geoff Meek 825 0488. SMOKEM RAGLAN – smoked fish competition. Easter Sunday Raglan Club Inc. RAGLAN BRIDGE TO BRIDGE HARBOUR SWIM 2014. It’s on again everyone, 2014 RAGLAN BRIDGE TO BRIDGE HARBOUR SWIM on Saturday 29 March 2014. Lots of Age Group Swims - 250m to 2km. Entry from as little as $5 to the grand amount of $20. Swims start from 9:05am-ish at Kopua Boat Ramp.
MOVIES at the Old School
Twenty Feet from Stardom (2013 - M language 91 mins)
2014 OSCAR WinnerBest documentary Backup singers live in a world that lies just beyond the spotlight. Their voices bring harmony to the biggest bands in popular music, but we've had no idea who these singers are or what lives they lead, until now. NZ HERALD 4.5 Stars "Sweet, sad, thrilling, energising, unmissable." Thursday 20 March 8.00pm Reserves ph 825 0023
In My Good Books
F I R E W O O D MANUKA Dry summer price $100 m3 price going up April 1st - order now! Ring 825 0522.
Quality 2nd hand books Open Thurs - Sun from 10am 2 Wallis St Books wanted.
SUMMER MARKED DOWN AGAIN - nearly all Summer clothing 50% off !! Nyne, Tigerlily, Shakuhachi, Blak, bikinis, + Mens shorts, boardies & summer shirts
Lilypot Florist * Fresh flowers * Send flowers * Potted plants
07 825 6847
2 Wallis Street
F I R E W O O D DRY 6x6 load, macrocarpa $130, pine - $115, delivered ph 021 0771 524
RAGLAN GOLF CLUB firewood fund-raiser: The 2014 sales have commenced. Only $80 for 1 cu.m. of dry- stored split pine logs, delivered within 10 km. Quotes for further. Phone Garry on 825 6875.
Courses, classes & workshops YOGA @ TE UKU TRXMonday Circuit from Every 6.30Classes to 8pm, yoga at hour thecardio/strength Te Uku One focus.Hall ringMon-Thurs, Belinda 825 6-7pm 6592.Fri, 11am-12 Pre-Book, max 3 per BMustU D G E T class. A S Whale S I S Bay TA N C E @ Fitness Studio Raglan Community House. Call Tom, 825 0404 Appointments www.whalebayfitness.com required. 8258142.
THURS 20 MAR @ YOT CLUB, RENEE COFFEY, North island Roadie Tour FRI 21 MAR @ YOT CLUB, BROWN BROTHERS, Partyrocking beats. SAT 22 MAR @ YOT CLUB, BULLETPROOF, D&B.
KAAHU’S NEST, A rambling treasure of opportunity. Raglan’s no1 reuse store for clothing, furniture and brica-brac @ Xtreme Waste 8250017 THE METALYARD A handypersons dream to obscure items. Pipes, parts, metal, wheels, bikes, miscellaneous treasures @ Xtreme Waste 825001 B E A U T I F U L VINTAGE CHINA, art glass, curios.... Right Up My Alley, Volcom Lane. Check us out on Facebook. FREE TO A GOOD HOME, Pony, 25yrs, great condition, lovely placid nature, comes with riding gear and cover, 07 825 7577. PIONEER ASH FLOOR Protector, Alloy Trim, Black Tile 1000 CNR type, new, $80. Ph Stuart 07 8250083 Cars For Sale TOYOTA ESTIMA 1997, 230,000kms, chain driven, 8-seater, roofracks, tow bar, $3200 ono, ph 825 0493 or 021 051 3701.
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RAGLAN SUNDAY SESSIONS 23 MAR @ YOT CLUB, JAMIN-I presents DJ VADIM (UK) and THE UPLIFTER (UK). FREE from 420 $10 after 8.30pm. Drink specials till 6.30pm.
To Let 5BDRM HOUSE, 2 bathrooms, wood burner, large double new old, garage Need 3 yrs inspiration your 20mins from for Raglan, fitness 50mins to goals? Hamilton, Personal using Phillips Rd,training stunning cool equipment; & ocean, harbourTRXand Crossover trainers, beach views, grazing balance boards and balls. for sheep or pony. $500pwWhale phBay 027 Fitness Studio 5407422. Call Tom, 825 0404 CLIFF ST LOVELY www.whalebayfitness.com private 1 brm apartment with bedroom harbour views, open fire place, gardens & your own internal courtyard. Off St parking. Be quick! $220/wk avail 2nd April. Amanda 021 760 468. Flatmate Wanted TWO ROOMS AVAILABLE $110 + $150(including expenses) easy-going people, travellers welcome. Call/txt Danny 0223811831
Raglan Property Services 2 BRM HOUSE, Raglan West, avail early April $240pw 2 BRM HOUSE Stewart St with garage, avail now $280pw 2 BRM HOUSE Lorenzen Bay with garage - avail now $290pw 3 BRM HOUSE Violet St, avail now $270pw 3 BRM HOUSE Lorenzen Bay with garage, 2 bathrooms, avail end of March $345pw 4 BRM HOUSE Wainui Rd, avail early April, $380pw Bond and Let fee applies.
Contact Dianne Wanted on 027 255 0901 CHEST FREEZER IN GOOD condition approx. 300L, must 2 B E D R O O M , have baskets, ph F U R N I S H E D , Upper Wainui Rd, 825 4515. avail. for 6-9mnths For Hire from mai 1st, BOUNCY CASTLE: $320pw ph 825 great entertainment 0585 or 022 677 for the kids, call Vicki 3822. 8257575.
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C H I M N E Y CLEANING, logfire, potbelly and coal range repairs, rebuilding. Replacement glass, bricks etc. Phone Ross 021 171 0762 or 825 8695. G S T / P A Y E / G E N E R A L BOOKKEEPING. Ph Kim Vernon 825 0113. Public Notices
LITTLE GEM OP SHOP: Opportunities for Treasure Hunters and a friendly cuppa. Saturdays 9-11.30am. Union Church Hall, Stewart Street. NAU MAI HAERE MAI, ki Whaingaroa te Kohunga Reo. We now have spaces available for children aged 1-5years. For details please phone 825 8365. HOME-BASED CHILDCARE. Bizzy Budys. 20 free hours for all 3 & 4yr olds. WINZ subsidies. Spaces available now. Ph Katrina 825 7224.
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A R E A SUPERVISOR RAGLAN (Small Part time role) If you live in Raglan, enjoy working from home, have excellent computer skills, then NZ’s leading distribution company Commercial To Let needs you. Call Peter C O M M E R C I A L 021 664 132.
TORTOISESHELL LEASE 300sqm, High KITTEN FOUND on Stud New, email: Primrose Street ph email@example.com Karla 021 123 0006 COMMERCIAL To Let PROPERTY to lease, SUNNY STUDIO end of April, downtown UNIT, suit mature Raglan ph 021 952 271. female, deck with views, near town, RETAIL SHOP $190pw incl. power. for lease Ph 027 483 7571. Downtown Raglan, To Let
A Part time position is available at Raglan Gym which could lead to a full time position for the right person. The role involves Personal Training, taking classes and some gym instructing. The role is 15 hours a week. Qualification are essential and experience preferred, but the most important thing is team fit. Email your CV and a cover letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org or ph 07 8250079 for more info. Applications close on Monday 24th of March Interviews are on Friday 28th of March.
BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CO-ORDINATOR The Raglan Chamber of Commerce require a proactive, passionate leader to support the development of the Raglan business community. You will be well respected locally, have a deep understanding of the local community and business environment and proven networking capabilities. You will have confidence in the use of social media and web site maintenance and experience in fundraising. This will initially be a 16hr per week role. Please email your CV and covering letter to: email@example.com Applications close at 5pm on March 5th April 4th
Phone (07) 825 0577
ITS PLANTING TIME! Come out to the nursery and see whats NEW IN STOCK!
Citrus Trees - Meyer Lemon $18 Lemonade, Tahitian Lime, Orange, Mandarin Feijoa “Unique” and “Pounamu” setting fruit $18 Peach & Nectarine Trees from $23 Buy 2+ fruit trees in April and get a free bag of Mushroom Compost! Pretty “Nemesia” and “Diasca” $9.75 Helleborus for winter $9 Camelia Fairy Blush $10 Magnolia Trees, Port Wine and Little Gem $17 Natives from $5 Grisilinia Hedging PB12 on sale at $10 each Marigolds $2, Scleranthus Moss $9, Something for everyone! Espresso Coffee Daily
any plant purchase in March/April 2014 at Sayer Landscape Supplies Minimum spend $15. For purchase of plants only.
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Raglan Real Estate Ltd Licenced (REAA 2008)
Dave Hanna 027 614 6722
Julie Hanna 027 441 8964
Blair Hanna 021 0200 8282
Trish Fitzgerald 021 952 452
Stephen O’Byrne 027 205 4073
Michelle O’Byrne 021 889 448
Richard Thomson Rural Specialist 027 294 8625
ANNAH STRETTON SELLS RAGLAN PROPERTY $850,000
• Located on the edge of Lorenzen Bay • 4 double bedrooms plus office • Water views from most rooms • All living flows out to decking • Double garage - situated on 778m² • Northerly aspect – stroll to water access • Close to Raglan’s famous wharf & town
SOLD 45 Norrie Ave
UNDER CONTRACT 21 Bay View Rd
ID#RAG21811 SOLID INVESTMENT Enjoy the great water views from this solid 3 bedroom, brick home complete with large downstairs rumpus room, workshop and double garage. The location is ideal. UNDER CONTRACT North facing, close walking distance to the 44 Wainuibeach, Rdboat ramp, school and town centre. A large section 971m2 offers great space for family and friends to tent and caravan.
SOLD 13a Gilmour St
BEACH BACH BEGINNER $380,000
ABOVE THE REST $790,000
This very well presented 3 bedroom home offers a relaxed coastal lifestyle that is big enough for the whole family. • 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, open-plan kitchen and dining with high stud. • Great decking with modern glass balustrade, amazing views and all day sun. • Private courtyard, kids playhouse and gazebo with spa overlooking harbour. • Huge garage and workshop. Plenty of off-street parking, room for the boat.
• 2 Double Bedrooms - Office/3rd Bedroom • Open Plan Living - Modern Kitchen • Large Disabled Bathroom • Lock-Up Garage with 2nd Bathroom • Low Maintenance - Fully Fenced
ID#RAG21860 NEW LISTING
• Conveniently located to the wharf, parks, beach and town, an easy walk.
OPEN HOME Saturday 12pm 51 Wallis St
• Amazing views • 4 Bedrooms plus potential to develop downstairs • Great private decking • Ideal location to work from home • Subdivision possibility • Land size: 1282m2 ID#RAG21724
How lucky would you be to own this elevated home in this sought after location. A well presented 3 bedroom home, 1 bathroom, open plan living and a large sunny entertaining deck, all this tucked away down a private road. Elevated on a large 763m2 site with views down over Raglan township, across the harbour all the way to Te Akau. Easy walk to town, cafes, local school, beach and parks. If you are looking for peace and quiet this could be the one for you. OPEN HOME
Saturday 12pm 4 Johnson Drve
OPEN HOMES this weekend 22nd & 23rd March Saturday 12pm – 12 Norrie Ave Saturday 12pm – 51 Wallis St Saturday 12pm – 8 Calvert Rd Saturday 12pm - 21 Rose St Saturday 12pm – 4 Johnson Dr Saturday 1pm – 1 Puka Place Satuutday 2pm – 7 Puka Place Saturday 2pm – 6 Simon Rd Saturday 2pm – 3 Long St Saturday 2pm – 70 Opotoru Rd Saturday 3pm - 13b Bush View Dr
Sunday 12pm – 36 Norrie Ave Sunday 12pm – 28 Smith St Sunday 12pm – 50 Lorenzen Bay Rd Sunday 2pm – 5b Sunshine Rise Sunday 4-5pm – 38 Lily St Sunday 4-5pm – 47 Lily St
21 Bow St, Raglan Phone: 07 825 8669 Fax: 07 825 7410 Website: www.rwraglan.co.nz Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Saturday 12pm 21 Rose St
VENDOR WILL CONSIDER ALL OFFERS By Negotiation
STUNNING VIEWS FROM THIS SECTION $185,000
JOHNSON DRIVE STAND OUT LIFESTYLE $395,000
This 516m2 section enjoys picturesque estuary and mountain views. Complete with garage. A Geo Tech report is available and house plans if required. Just a walk to town . An absolute must to view. Phone for an appointment: Julie Hanna - 0274 418 964, Blair Hanna 021 0200 8282
UNDER NEGOTIATION 3 Long St