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30th May 2013 - Issue #345

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Open Homes

Saturday 2pm - 9c East Street

Saturday 2pm - 9c East Street

Raglan Real Estate Ltd Licenced (REAARaglan 2008) Real Estate Ltd Licenced (REAA 2008)

Sunday 2pm

Valley Rd - 69d Otonga21 INRay - FIRST SERVED $299,000 AUCTION Fri 3rd February AUCTION 2012 - Fri 6pm 3rd Ray February White 2012 Office, - FIRST 6pm 21 Bow St,White Raglan Office, Bow St, Raglan

• 13 year old house relocated onto quiet

NEW BEGINNINGS Solid brick 3 brm family home in rural setting

cul-de-sac about 5 years ago NEW BEGINNINGS INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY

• Storm water, foundations, plumbling, all • 2 Storey House In 2 Legal Flats

Solid brick 3 brm family home in rural setting

have been done • 2 Brm Flat Upstairs / 3 Brm Flat Downstairs • Panoramic Harbour & Mountain Views • 3 double bedrooms, open plan living Plumbed shed (potential ancillary unit), Plumbed shed (potential ancillary unit), • 2 Acre + Lifestyle Block – Prime Location flowing to north facing deck well planted garden well planted garden • Single Garage & Storage Shed 3973m² fenced & ready for a new family 3973m² fenced &• ready forBuilt of durable, low maintenance matea new family Prior Auction offers Prior Auction offers Prior Auction offers rials, freshly painted inside considered. considered. considered. OPEN HOME OPEN HOME OPEN HOME • Saturday Lovely views of Mt Karioi, easy walk to Saturday 11am 11am Saturday 12pm ID#RAG20938 ID#RAG20938 ID#RAG20952 297 Te Papatapu Road 297 Te Papatapu Road 335 Wainui Road wharf, town, beach, and public transport Open Home • Realistic vendors have made a decision TOP SHELF PROPERTY TOP SHELF PROPERTY STEP INTO THE MARKET Sat & Sun 1 - 1.45pm Stylishly redecorated this tidy little home has Fabulous family living / Easy care garden Fabulous family living / Easy care garden - an outcome is desired 1 Lily Street 3 dble brms + office, entertainers kitchen all you need. With two bedrooms inside the 3 dble brms + office, entertainers kitchen Office & rumpus, single garage, internal access

Office & rumpus, single garage, internal access

ID#RAG21430

Sun drenched open plan living & decks

Sun drenched open plan living & decks

house and an additional room outside you will enjoy the open plan living and fully fenced section. Relax on the lovely decking while enjoying the easy care section. Ideal opportunity for you to enter the fastgrowing market in Raglan! Prior Auction offers considered. OPEN HOME

Large paved entertainment area Ray White Office, 21 Bow St Raglan ph: 07 825 8669. Double garaging with internal access Double garaging with internal access Large paved entertainment area Prior Auction offers considered

RAG#20923

OPEN HOME Saturday 1pm 23a Violet Street

Prior Auction offers considered

RAG#20923

OPEN HOME Saturday 1pm 23a Violet Street

ID#RAG20964

Saturday 1pm 6 Violet Street

Sunday 2pm - 69d Otonga Valley Rd

TRUCK & VAN DELIVERIES INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY • 2 Storey House In 2 Legal Flats

• 2 Brm Flat Upstairs / 3 Brm Flat Downstairs • Panoramic Harbour & Mountain Views

Serving • 2 AcreRaglan + Lifestyle BlockDistrict – Prime LocationSince 1996 • Single Garage & Storage Shed Local Business supporting Local Business Prior Auction offers Winters coming...please drive to the conditions considered. OPEN HOME ID#RAG20952

Saturday 12pm 335 Wainui Road

STEP INTO THE MARKET

Stylishly redecorated this tidy little home has all you need. With two bedrooms inside the house and an additional room outside you will enjoy the open plan living and fully fenced section. Relax on the lovely decking while enjoying the easy care section. Ideal opportunity for you to enter the fastgrowing market in Raglan! Prior Auction offers considered. OPEN HOME

ID#RAG20964

Saturday 1pm 6 Violet Street

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dining guide Aloha Market Place - Sushi Takeaway. 5 Bow Street..................................................... 825 7440

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

Marlin Cafe & Grill. Dine in. On the Wharf.................................................................. 825 0010

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

The Shack. Dine in or Takeaway. 19 Bow Street...........................................................825 0027

Cover Models Brittaney, Irma and Emma from the Moz-Art and Moko fashion show, Saturday 25th May. Images thanks to Linda Holmes Should you wish to aquire any images from this week’s Chronicle - please contact us on 825 7076 or email your request to info@raglanchronicle.co.nz To the Editor, Oh what great joy, wonder and big chunky bits of yippee – yi – yay! The call for assistance has again been answered. Yes, my little yellow dinghy that escaped from Puriri Bay during the storm has been found. Braving adverse conditions and cliff high waves, our fine seaman Ian, shunned fear and plucked our dinghy from the sea, and towed her to safety. Once again the marvellous people of Raglan have responded, I give sincere thanks. I am at present fundraising to erect a statue of Ian at Puriri Bay. Stay warm. Steve Thackray, Raglan

with all my creations in the back. I want to thank the whole Matapihi gallery crew for helping to make it happen with all your ongoing energy and support, long before the show even can go ahead. So a big thank you to all of you for your effort, support, love, energy that I`m getting from every single one off you, Ardre, Jette, Yann, Linda, the light and p.a system people, Kat and Sema for helping on the night, Lisa, Keni, Yann, Irma, Marce, Yazz, Brittaney, Em and the beautiful kids, who all did an outstanding job modeling......you girls are stunning! Yazz and Linda Holmes for hair and make-up and taking pictures. Also a big thank you to the male models, Russ, Christophe, Wayne, Damien, Antonio, you all wowed the female crowd. Dirk and Josh for helping with the set-up. Thank you to the Fire Service for use of chairs, and for the people who wanted to come and be there and have a colorful amazing night. Without all single one of you, the show wouldn’t even be happening.....YOU ALL ROCK. Sorry if I have missed out somebody, not the intention, but so many people are involved that it is hard to remember every body. Anyway lots of love from the http://www.weathermap.co.nz/?p=raglan bottom of my heart to everybody who made it happen. (Abridged) Lin Van Craenenbroeck, Raglan

To The Edior, Saturday 25th of May a grey drizzle day turns into a` filled with The Raglan Club. Dine in or Takeaway. 22-24 Bow Street............................................ 825 8278 pouring down rain` night but that didn`t stop Raglanites to come and enjoy and appreciate our colorful and amazing fashion show `COLOR ME HAPPY`with Moz-art and Moko creations. So a huge big thank you for who ever was involved. First Ardre Foote, manager of the Matapihi Gallery who always manages to turns this stunning gallery space into an awesome venue for a fashion show and for her ongoing support WeatherMap - New Zealand weather forecasts towards me, Lin Van Craenenbroeck, by wearing my creations and by giving me the oppurtunity to be a part of Matapihi gallery, having my studio

Weather Map

Raglan Weather & Tides

Check www.weathermap.co.nz for latest forecasts Forecasts Forecast generated on Wednesday 29 May Max Summary Wind Waves* Tides* Sun/Moon temp (C) (km/hr) (m) (High/Low) (Rise/Set)

Mass on Saturday evenings at 5 pm. 1st, 3rd and 5th Saturdays in Raglan 2nd and 4th Saturdays in Te Mata Further information: Raglan 825 8135 Fr Anselm Aherne: Frankton 847 5688 www.raglancatholic.org.nz

Contact: Administrator Jan Mitchell ph 825 5122

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*Total significant wave height and *Tide times for Raglan Bar Raglan Ink Ltd home of the Raglan Chronicle Office Open Mon - Fri 9.00am - 4.00pm, Wainui Rd, Raglan Ph: (07) 825-7076 Fax: (07) 825-7078 Post: P.O. Box 234, Raglan Email: info@raglanchronicle.co.nz Advertising & Articles The

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Raglan Plunket kick off growth plans with a ball Raglan Plunket are literally having a ball with their latest baby – a project to pull their historic rooms in Bow Street “into the 21st century”.

Their Raglan Midwinter Christmas Ball next month will launch a big fundraising push to extend the building, opened way back in 1949 after six years of cake stalls and other ventures to raise the £600 required, into an “Under 5s Hive” centralising all Plunket’s local services. CUSTOMER FAIRVIEW MOTORS PUBLISHING 01/11/12 Raglan Plunket president Linda Cole SALES REP PCLOKE PUBLICATION MOTORTIMES WKT says the organisation is thriving and the ADVERTISING DESIGNER Ndsouza SECTION DOUBLE PAGE plan is to create more space for parenting PROOFED 31/10/2012 8:17:18 a.m. SIZE 54.5X37 education and community support PROOF groups, and also to house the extremely AD ID 4969273AA FAX +64 7 849 9540 popular toy library. PLEASE APPROVE THIS AD AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. NOTE THAT ANY ALTERATIONS “There is a growing need to expand MUST BE FINALISED BY OUR MATERIAL DEADLINE. … the Plunket community service and support for our families here in Raglan,” she says. To kick off the fundraising in style “and be part of this exciting new chapter in Raglan Plunket history”, Raglanites and also out-of-towners are being urged CCORD FORD FALCON BF XR6 2011 FORD FALCON FG XR6 2004 MAZDA AXELA 1999 FORD FAIRMONT GHIA 2009 FORD FOCUS SW 2009 MITSUBISHI LANCER S/W 20 to dust2006 off their gladrags and come along 5.0L V8, Auto, NZ New, ABS Brakes, 4.0L, Auto 6 Speed, NZ New, Auto, 6 Speed, NZ New, ABS Brakes, 1.5L, Manual, ABS Brakes, 2.4L Auto, NZ New, ABS Brakes, 2.0L BS Brakes, Spoiler, 1.8L TDi Manual, NZ New, ABS Brakes, to the ABS ball, which to control, be held atCruise the control, Bluetooth, Spoiler, Tow bar, Cruise control, Brakes, Spoiler,is Cruise Central lock, Air cond, Electrics, Central lock, Air con, Electrics, Cen Air Cond, Central lock, Air cond, Electrics, Central lock, Climate Air cond, Central lock, Air cond, Electrics, Stability control, Air cond, Electrics, Keyless entry, Air bags, Alloys, Keyless entry, Air bags, Key s, Immobiliser,Raglan Club.entry, Immobiliser, Air bags, Keyless entry, Immobiliser, Air bags, Electrics, Keyless entry, Immobiliser, Keyless Keyless entry, Immobiliser, Air bags, Stereo Alloys, 40,038kms Allo o Air bags, Alloys, Stereo Stereo, 89,000kms Alloys, Stereo, 76,000kms TheAlloys,Plunket support group Alloys, is Stereo $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 14,990 1 challenging the community to “dig out 9,990 17,990 29,990 11,990 18,990 that glam ball attire … or hit the op shops and go as far back in time as you dare” in preparation for dancing away the midwinter blues. The ball is open to anyone 18 or 6.4L over and will have a Winter Wonderland P/100kms theme.2012 There’ll be a live TITANIUM band – Rocky 2008 FORD RANGER XLT 2011 HOLDEN CAPTIVA LX WISH FORD TERRITORY D FALCONRhodes BF XR6 – 2011 FORD FALCON FG XR6belle2004 MAZDA AXELA 1999 FORD FAIRMONT GHIA 2009 FORD FOCUS SW 2009 MITSUBISHI LANCER S/W 2006 MAZDA 3 GSX along with beau and 3.0L D/T,2009 Manual, NZ New, s, 3.2L, Auto, NZ New, ABSFOCUS Brakes, SW 2.7L D/T Auto, NZ New, ABS Brakes, Tow bar, ASpoiler, 1999 FORD FAIRMONT GHIA 2009 FORD MITSUBISHI LANCER S/W 2006 MAZDA 3 GSX ABS Brakes, Tow5.0L bar,V8, Central lock, 2012 FORD FOCUS TREND 2012 FORD MONDEO Electrics, Auto, NZ New, ABS Brakes, Speed, NZ New,of the Sat/Nav, Tow bar, Sat Nav, Central lock, Auto, 6 Speed, NZ New,op ABS shop Brakes, Bluetooth, Stability control, Central lock, attire 1.5L, Manual, ABS Brakes, 2.4L Auto, NZ New, ABS Brakes, 2.0L Manual, NZ New, ABS Brakes, 1.8L TDi Manual, NZ New, ABS Brakes, ball prizes, a best Air Cond,2.4L Electrics, Keyless 5.0L V8, Auto,Bluetooth, NZ New, ABS Brakes, Auto, NZ New, ABS Brakes, 2.0L Manual, NZ New, ABS Brakes, 1.8L Manual, NZElectrics, New, ABS Brakes, Spoiler, Tow entry, bar, Cruise control, s, Alloys,Cruise Stereo, Spoiler, control, Climate Cruise control, Central lock, Air cond, Central lock, Air con, Control, Electrics, Central lock, 6 Airspeed, cond, Stability Electrics,Control, Bluetooth, Climate A/C, TDi Electrics, Keyless entry, Duratec 2.0L, 6-Speed Power Shift, Rear parking sensors, Cruise 2.0L Auto A/C, Electrics, Keyless entry, Immobiliser, Central lock, Air cond, Electrics, Spoiler, Tow bar, Cruise control, Immobiliser, Air bags, Alloys, Stereo, trics, Central Central lock, Airlock, con,Climate Electrics, Central lock, AirNCAP, cond, Safety Electrics, Air cond, Air cond, Electrics, control, Air cond, Electrics, Central lock, cond, Electrics, 5 Star Euro rating, Bluetooth, Balance new Air carbags, warranty, control, Air Immobiliser, conditioning,Air CD Player, Keyless ent award and Stability spot prizes. Keyless entry, bags, Alloys, Keylessofentry, Keyless entry, bags, Immobiliser, Air bags, Alloys, Stereo Central lock, Climate Air cond, AWD, Alloys, Stereo, 8,100kms 86,000kms Keyless Immobiliser, Air bags, Part ofAirAir the family for over 40 years Electrics, Immobiliser, Air bags, Air bags,Keyless oys, Keyless entry, AirKeyless bags, entry, Immobiliser, Keyless entry,entry, Immobiliser, Air bags, entry, Immobiliser, Air bags, Balance of new car warranty Keyless entry, Immobiliser, Air bags, Stereo Alloys, 40,038kms Alloys Electrics, Keyless entry, Immobiliser, Air bags, Alloys, Stereo , 89,000kms Alloys, Stereo Alloys, 40,038kms AlloysAlloys, Stereo, 76,000kms Organisers are also promising a Air bags, Alloys, Stereo From $ Alloys, Stereo, 76,000kms $ $ $ From $ 33,990 27,990 58,990 $ 28,990 24,990 PART OF THE FAMILY $$ $ Linda says that because building grant of $2950 but other than $14,990 delicious Christmas-themed supper, and $ the$9,990 $ for $ re-wiring 14,990 0 29,990 11,990 $ 14,990 14,990 18,990 9,990 18,990 is registered as historic, alterations and that it’s largely up to Raglanites to support that some “exceptional items or services” FOR OVER 40 YEARS extensions need to be as close as possible this community-owned facility, adds Linda. will be up for grabs in a charity auction to the original – right down to its orangeRaglan Midwinter Christmas Ball is at on the night. tiled roof which, she admits, “is a bit of a the Raglan Club, Saturday June 22, 7.30 Meanwhile, plans for the extension Focus Territory 2009 MAZDA2 Sport 2011 FORD Territory Titanium 2007 SUZUKI SX4 nightmare”. till late. Tickets now on sale at Raglan of the Plunket rooms 2011 areFORD being drawn 6.4L 1.5L, Manual, NZ new, ABS brakes, 4.0 Auto, NZ new, ABS brakes, tow bar, 2.0 Auto, NZ new, ABS brakes, central 4.0 Auto, 7 seater, New shape, NZ new, 6.4L spoiler, central lock, electrics, keyless central lock, climate air lock, air con, keyless entry, immobiliser, brakes, proving tow bar, central lock,no air con, On the financial side stability the control, Meridian-Te Community House and Raglan Pharmacy P/100kms up in Wellington andABS are entry, immobiliser, airbags,P/100kms alloys, con, electrics, keyless entry, immobiliser, airbags, alloys, stereo, cruise control electrics, keyless entry, immobiliser, airbags, ARIS 2008 MAZDA BT-50 BT 50 2007 MAZDA CX7 C FORD GHIA 2008 FORD FOCUS 2006 MAZDA DEMIO 2 2011 FORD FIESTA ZETEC CD stereo, 33,000kms alloys,TERRITORY CD stereo, DVD, cruise stereo, tractionLX control, 20,000kms 2008Uku FORD RANGER XLT CAPTIVA control, leatherup with a Community Fund2006 hasairbags, come – $40 single, $70 double. No door sales. TERRITORY TITANIUM 2011 HOLDEN straightforward task. alloys, R XLT 1.6L Auto, NZ New, ABS Brakes, Spoiler, 4.0L 6 Speed Auto, NZ New, 1.6L Auto, NZ New, ABS Brakes, BS Brakes, $ 2.3L Auto, ABS $ Brakes,NZ Central lock, $ 1. 4X4, 3.0L D/T, Manual, NZ$40,800 New, 1.3L Auto, ABS Brakes, 3.0L D/T, Manual, New, 16,800 Bluetooth, Stability control, 17,800 53,800 3.2L, Auto, NZ New, ABS Brakes, Z New, ABS Brakes, Tow bar, ABS Brakes, Tow bar, Cruise control, Central lock, Air cond, Electrics, , Electrics, Air Cond, Immobiliser, ABS Electrics, Brakes, Tow bar, Central lock,

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No increase to landfill drop-off charges Xtreme Waste has announced there will be no increase in landfill drop-off charges this year. This welcome announcement includes prepaid refuse bags and drop-off charges at the Raglan Recycling Centre, which stay at $2.70 for blue bags, $1.50 for yellow bags and $45 per cubic metre respectively. Though landfill costs are rising, Xtreme Waste spokesperson Rick Thorpe says they’re happy with this decision. “This year we face continuing challenges with income, due to lower commodity prices, and increasing transportation costs.” A new carbon tax and the waste levy also increase costs. “Thankfully our ongoing focus on increasing efficiency and cutting costs allows us to maintain, rather than increase, prices. Over time, these carbon and waste levies will be increased by the government so the only way to avoid them is to divert as much as possible from landfill.” “As well as operating efficiently, our constitution encourages us to provide employment opportunities. Where other waste management companies might buy machines, we employ people. Turning Raglan’s waste into wages is one of our core values as a community enterprise” he says. Operations Manager, Gavin Melgren agrees, but notes that the community also play their part in enabling low costs. “Every year the public get better at sorting waste which saves time and

Turning Raglan’s waste into wages is one of Xtreme Wastes core values. image Rodrigo Hill

increases the amounts that can be diverted. That’s less sent to landfill and more jobs and more money going into Raglan’s local economy!” Gavin also notes that removing lids from plastic bottles and washing and squashing plastics and cans will

further increase efficiency in the sorting area. Thanks Raglan for your continued efforts which helps Whaingaroa move towards zero waste and keeps landfill costs down. Jacqui Forbes

Combined, they have over 35 yrs experience in Healthcare and are members of the New Zealand Association of Medical Herbalists. They are both dedicated to regularly updating their knowledge to ensure they offer the best patient care. Their aim is to give you natural health solutions, including dietary and lifestyle factors that will empower you to make healthy choices for you and your family. These seminars will also enable this much needed information to reach the wider community. Each seminar will explore specific dietary requirements for particular circumstances and aims to deliver information in a way that can be incorporated into your daily life. Seminar topics will include stress and mood disorders, hormonal issues, skin, children, respiratory, allergies, digestive complaints, food intolerances, medicinal

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cooking classes, plant foraging and identification etc. In essence, their vision is to be able to offer a system of healthcare where education is at its core, enabling you to take control of your health naturally! Seminar One Tuesday 11 June 7-9pm. ‘Preventing and overcoming winter’s ills and chills’. Bookings are Essential Numbers strictly limited. For bookings contact Old School Arts Centre: Tel: 825-0023 Or 825-5799 & 825-6885 for more information or www.botanicamedica.co.nz

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Jewellery designers Kim Waterson and Cheryl Beere have combined their passion for beating silver into submission and are showing the results this Friday. Cheryl came from a background of larger metal works into a silversmithing apprenticeship in California in 2000, supplying galleries and stores across the states. Kim studied in both Auckland and San Francisco, and has taken her interest in original design and fabrication of sterling silver pieces to the public. The exhibition this Friday will have on display numerous hand crafted one of a kind pieces with a variety of both of their works. Their works are regularly seen at Jet Collective and they supply private commission works.

Health seminars aim to help you beat the winter ills Local Medical Herbalists and Natural Health Consultants Karen White and Nikky Jansen will share their expertise in offering the community a series of informative health seminars to be held on a monthly basis at the Old School Arts Centre, Raglan.

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Get down to the Harbour View Hotel on Sunday night for the grand final of Masterchef New Zealand and show your support for local Aaron Brunet who secured his spot in the final over the weekend.

Aaron Brunet

In Sunday’s show, the top three contestants to Aaron’s delight were taken out to The French Cafe to celebrate their achievements. The next day they had to replicate two dishes from the six-course menu. Working under French Café executive chef Simon Wright, the top three’s dishes needed to resemble Simon’s recipes and his presentation exactly. Aaron appeared to thrive on the challenge “It’s amazing to be back here and doing the real deal.” Judge Josh Emmet asked Aaron what it would mean to be sent home “It would be the worst thing of all, not to get to the final, it would be heartbreaking, truly heartbreaking.” We then heard from an emotional Aaron that he had wanted to be a chef when he was young but it wasn’t the right time. “I’m just so glad to get here and realize it’s what I want to do. I feel like whether I win or not, I’m going to do it.” Given four hours to prepare their dishes, they served them to guests including MasterChef judges Simon Gault and Ray McVinnie and eight culinary heavyweights: chefs who had appeared during the latest MasterChef NZ and MasterClass season. The judges were hugely impressed with all 3 contestants but Aaron won the challenge, serving roasted quail with pancetta, mushrooms, chestnuts, croissants and truffle butter; and vanilla cream with pear, elderflower, sauternes and lychee. Kelly Kaihea became the fourteenth contestant from the Top 16 to be eliminated. Aaron will go up against Paula Saengthian-Ngam on Sunday night in the final showdown. Aaron and Paula have both touched the hearts of people in New Zealand with their authentic passion for good food and respectful natures but it’s Aaron our town will be rooting for. What ever the outcome we will be proud of ‘our guy’ and his consistently great performance in the toughest of competitions. J. K Sunday 2nd June. 7.30pm @ Harbour View Hotel. Come together and watch the final of MasterChef New Zealand on the big screen.


Classy ‘shelter’ opened for re-engaging students A brand-new classroom designed as an alternative education centre for a handful of Raglan Area School students was officially opened last Friday – and although it cost about $30,000 more than a standard classroom, it’s an “investment for the future”, says principal Malcolm Cox. For the architecturally designed, hexagon-shaped courtyard and room – complete with its own kitchen – caters for about 10 year 8 to 11 students who have become “disengaged” from education. They’re the ones that would “normally be asked politely to leave (the school)”, Malcolm explains. Instead they’re engaged in a programme called Te Mana o Te Rangatahi, or the pride of the youth, which teaches them not only literacy and numeracy skills so they can stay at school and get qualifications, but also life skills like gardening, cooking and maintaining their own room. It’s another pathway or strategy for engagement, Malcolm adds, and while Te Mana o Te Rangatahi is now in its tenth year of success the new building called Te Piruru, or the shelter, gives validity to the programme the Education Ministry calls alternative education. Local kaumatua Sean Ellison and Paddy Kaa were there on Friday to bless the multi-purpose classroom, stressing to the students the importance of a shelter which will enable them to learn in their own way under the guidance of teacher Jonathan Rickard, who’s now into his second year with the alternative programme. Sean reminded the students their new building was “not just a bus shelter but the flashest classroom of the whole school … look after it, it’s yours”. Ward councillor Clint Baddeley was thanked for coming along too “and giving us the mana”.

Clint congratulated the board of trustees and the school for “providing something so important in the development of our students”, and like the kaumatua spoke of the classroom’s connection to the land – with the sun coming in, the mountain and harbour behind. Malcolm too acknowledged the whenua connection, and spoke to the students about “staying connected” on their own journeys. He also revealed at Friday’s opening that the area school’s recent roll growth meant there were now funds for two more new classrooms – one this year and one next – plus money to refurbish the junior block before the end of the year. Edith Symes

Kaumatua Sean Ellison and Paddy Kaa bless the new classroom

Royalty hits our shores Fifty Royal Spoonbills have recently been sighted in the upper reaches of Raglan Harbour by John and Stella Rowe, members of the Ornithological Society New Zealand (OSNZ).

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One of the birds Royal Spoonbill was leg banded with distinctive coloured leg bands by OSNZ at Green Island Nature Reserve, Dunedin in 2005. It has been seen in the Raglan flock in 2005, 2007 and again in April 2013. In May, eleven spoonbills were seen resting and preening at high tide on Okete shell bank. These birds travel from the South Island to feed on the rich food of our harbours during winter. The Royal Spoonbill has pure white feathers, black legs, black face and a 21cm long spoon-shaped black bill. They are relatively large birds measuring 81cm (approx.) in length. Royal Spoonbills are not known to have nested in this area, however with the numbers observed there may be sufficient birds to establish a breeding colony on Raglan Harbour. We would be interested to hear of sightings of spoonbills and nesting behaviour during September/December, phone Pam 07 825 0185.

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Moz-Art and Moko fashion show

A fabulous fashion show at Matapihi on Saturday night was a night to remember for the 50 or so guests who attended.

Moz-Art and Moko models: Lisa Thomson, Christophe Heyert and Brittaney Holmes. image: Linda Holmes of t-shirt designs for men, women and children. Their striking designs are creative, clever and playful. The male models were particularly entertaining and the evening was full of laughter and good cheer. It was obvious that much work and

effort had gone into making the event happen despite the gloomy night of weather it was. It’s nights like these when locals band together and produce something magnificent that you feel blessed to live in Raglan. J. K

Pink Ribbon bruncheon for breast cancer awareness Not quite a luncheon but still an event to celebrate, Raglan will be holding its very own pink ribbon breast cancer awareness and fundraising bruncheon on Saturday 8th June. Following on from the pink fun run and walk held earlier this year, the bruncheon is an annual event that takes place to fundraise

for breast cancer research. Every day up to seven women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in New Zealand. In the Waikato alone around 250-300 women are diagnosed every year with a form of breast cancer. A national initiative, the Raglan bruncheon will have a guest speaker visiting from Pukekohe who will be sharing her

personal story of surviving cancer treatment. With yummy baked goods and a tasty brunch planned, ladies of the community are invited once again to support and promote the fight against cancer. Pink Ribbon Luncheon, Sat 8th June @ Raglan West church, 7 Taipari Avenue, 10.30am. Bookings are essential so please phone Suzanne 825 6560.

Arthritis Clinic Come along and speak 1:1 with an Arthritis Educator about any concerns you may have with your arthritis. Wednesday 12 June Raglan Community House 45 Bow Street Raglan

For more information or to book a time phone the Raglan Community House 07 825 8142. www.arthritis.org.nz Arthritis New Zealand welcomes donations.

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This week the Chronicle talked to Lennart Prinz (Lenny) who’s in the business of growing his own mushrooms and produces a range of chilli sauces. Image: Tracie Heasman How did it come about that you started growing mushrooms and making chilli sauce? I started growing mushrooms after reading a book on permaculure and being inspired to make a living off the land. The chilli sauce is a continuation of that, by diversifying I create a more stable business and it helps to do something you like. I have always loved cooking, preserving and eating and I especially love condiments! What were you doing prior to this? I was in my final year of study, majoring in film and psychology, when I was given the book which started it all and when I finished my degree I decided to just go for it! The mushrooms are now what I am known for but it is only a piece of what I am doing and hope to do. Best way to eat your mushrooms? I like them sauteed in butter with a little garlic or spring onions, a generous twist of black pepper and sprinkle of salt to accompany anything: poached eggs, pasta, fish meat anything really. For a little more decadence reducing some cream with the sauteed mushrooms is a winner. OK so how hot is your chilli sauce? Describe the favour? I do a range of sauces and spice, I was inspired by the smokey flavours of the mexican chipotle peppers (cold smoked red jalapenos). My cold smoked chilli sauce is medium to hot for most palates but definitely not hot for the chillihead. The savory smokiness goes great on anything, I think. I use it on my breakfast eggs or grilled meats, it makes a nice addition to a dressing with mayonaise or mixed with sour cream or cream cheese as a dip. Do you come from a foodie family or a family that has grown their own produces? I grew up on a lifestyle block and the vege garden, orchard and beefies were a staple. My mum and dad both are excellent cooks and I always enjoyed being in the kitchen growing up and helping. How did you end up living in Raglan? When I decided to try my hand at permaculture both my mum and dad were very supportive and I had two very similar family owned lifestyle properties to choose from. One on the east coast and one here in Raglan. I decided on Raglan because of its close community and abundance of likeminded people. What has been the biggest barrier in your business? My biggest problem right now is not being able to connect to broadband (two years on the waiting list) and not having cellphone coverage either! What is the best thing about what you do? The reaction and support I have from customers that love my products. I often have long absences from the market and when I return I always have people saying how they missed the shrooms and the sauce. Who are you inspired by? By the pioneers of permaculture and obviously the author of the book that sent me on this path Austrian - Sepp Holzer. Mycologist and proponent of mycoreforestation and bioremediation - Paul Staments. Where do you sell the mushrooms and Chilli sauce? Currently at the Hamilton Farmers’ Market on Sundays 8-12 in the Claudelands carpark on River Road. At Mexicomidas mexican restaurant in Hamilton. The Farm Shop newly opened in Gordonton and as of the 1st of June Queen’s birthday weekend my mushrooms and ‘Los Gringos Locos’ sauces will be available in Raglan. They will be stocked at ‘hello gallery’ 11 Bankart St (Behind atamira) - which is celebrating its newcomers with a winter show on the Saturday 1st June(Queens birthday) between 4 and 8pm with all new produce/creations and winter sales. All welcome!

Matapihi Art gallery was transformed into an intimate venue with a red carpet catwalk meandering between the spaces. Local identities modelled garments from Moz-Art and MOKO who both sell their clothing at Matapihi. Lin Van Craenenbroeck from MozArt showed a huge variety of original pieces. Lin is not afraid to use colour, pattern and texture and all her pieces are one-off works of art that appeal to a range of women and men. This is clothing you don’t see everyday. Lin brings something fresh and artistic to fashion while still remaining current. Her new slouchy pants made with her signature look of combining interesting fabric were a hit. Moko showed their varied range

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Whaingaroa Environment Centre presents...

Enviro Matters

Want to know more about warmer energy-efficient homes, saving water (and $$), Maui's Dolphins, composting, gardening... Come visit us at the Town Hall! Each year enough plastic ends up in our oceans to kill 100,000 mammals and 1,000,000 sea birds. The pollution is so extensive, that plastic pieces outnumber sea life by a ratio of 6 to 1.

This winter, the Whaingaroa Environment Centre will be challenging the Raglan community to dramatically reduce their plastic waste. Plastic Free July is an international initiative that asks people to pledge not to buy single use plastic for all or part of the month of July. Participants have a choice to avoid ‘the top four’ (straws, coffee cup lids, plastic bottles, and plastic shopping bags) or all single use plastic. Those that take part in the Raglan challenge are also invited to get sponsorship in order to raise money for the Karioi Ki Te Moana Biodiversity Restoration Project’s Oi (Grey Faced Petrel) conservation programme. Plastic is a serious environmental issue, because while it can break down into small pieces, it cannot biodegrade. Every piece of plastic ever produced still exists somewhere in the world. With 225 millions tonnes of plastic produced worldwide every year, this is real cause for concern. Unfortunately, despite many people’s best efforts to recycle or dispose of their plastic responsibly, a large proportion ends up our in soil, waterways and oceans, where it can leach chemicals and enter the food chain.

offers plenty of tips on how you can stay plastic free for the month. Make sure you come in to the Whaingaroa Environment Centre to sign up for the challenge and find advice to help you eliminate plastic from your daily life. We will also post tips and information on WEC’s Facebook page in the weeks leading up to the challenge and throughout the month of July. www.facebook.com/whaingaroaenvironmentcentre

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Merren did a plastic purge, ridding herself of all these plastic products which she could easily replace or do without.

Merren Tait, who is championing the Plastic Free July challenge, has decided to take things a step further for herself in order to highlight just how much plastic waste the average person produces. She won’t be purchasing any plastic at all for a whole year. Merren expects the year to be pretty tough, as there isn’t a lot of plastic-free choice for most products, but she is confident that the experience will help her to give guidance to others. She says, “My biggest hope is that through this exercise I can get people to reflect on their plastic use and hopefully change their behavior as consumers”. Merren has set up the blog www.1yearnoplastic. blogspot.co.nz as a reference point for would-be plastic-free shoppers.

But these plastic products could not be replaced, as well as Merren's fridge, washing machine, and stove. (And Merren wouldn't be happy without her bike)

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Winter Warmers

These tips can help keep in the heat... Insulation goes a long way in keeping a home warm

If you have considered insulating your home with the 33% EECA subsidies, now is the time. These subsidies are expected to finish in September 2013. 100% subsidies for Community Service Card holders may be available Check out www.energywise.org. nz for a list of providers.

Get long, lined curtains and close them before the sun goes down

Make sure there's no gaps at the top. Otherwise, your window will be a cooling element in the room no matter how good your curtains are. Remedy this with a pelmat or floor-length curtains.

Thermal lining is not enough. A second layer of fabric can really boost the insulation of your curtains. Get some polyester or cotton. Don’t worry about the pattern, it’ll be on the outside.

Invest a bit of time and money to seal off draughts in your home.

Seal doors and windows with draught tape. Don't buy too bulky, or you'll make more gaps! Caulking works too for windows that don't get opened.

Make a draught excluder or buy a door snake from WEC.

Get more info on draughts at www.good.net.nz/draughts

Ventilate a little each day Don't open all the windows. Opening the front and back door for ten minutes a couple times a day is probably enough. Dry clothes outside or near and open window. Dry air is easier to heat than damp air.

Move your bed to an interior wall and out from underneath windows. It's cold there!

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ENGINEERING

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For all your Welding and Metalwork needs, as well as Hydraulic Hoses and Fittings, pay a visit to Peter at Raglan Engineering. Contact Peter on 825-8486 or see him 8am-5pm at 2 Park Drive, Raglan

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Raglan Community Church

7 Taipari Ave. RaglanWest contact 825 7305

OP SHOP BARGAINS @Hall, 3 Stewart St, 9-11.30am Saturdays. KARAOKE & DISCO @ THE RAGLAN CLUB. Friday 31 May from 7.30pm. FREE BUDGET ASSISTANCE @ Raglan Community House FREE CV WRITING ASSISTANCE @ Raglan Community House. Appointments required. 8258142. MAINLY MUSIC Mondays & Wednesdays 9.30am@ Te Uku Church. MON @ THE RAGLAN CLUB. 500 cards, 1pm. TUES @ RAGLAN CLUB -- Texas Hold’em 6.30pm. WEDNESDAYS @ BLACKSAND CAFÉ. Knitting Circle from 9.30am. All welcome. Beginners welcome. WED @ Raglan Club, Fun Quiz 6:45pm.

For Sale FIREWOOD DRY, 6x6 load delivered. Pine: $110, macrocarpa $125 ph 021 077 1524. CAMEL SADDLE & Middle Eastern tables. Right Up My Alley, Volcom Lane. www. ruma.co.nz FIREWOOD KANUKA, shed stored, $130m3 delivered & stacked. Ph 825 6769 or 825 8894.

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

RUAPUKE BREAD Now available at Orca: Tues,Weds, Thurs, Fri & Sat. Also Te Uku Roast Office Tues & Thur

$6.50

Bright, bold & warm Winter knits just in!! But be in quick ...before they go x

Flowers

Lilypot Florist * Fresh flowers * Send flowers * Potted plants

07 825 6847

2 Wallis Street

www.lilypotflorist.co.nz

MUSIC AT THE OLD SCHOOL Sat 1st June, The Boundary Riders, doors open 7pm $15 R A G L A N RAMBLERS WED 05 JUN: 9am from Wainui Rd car park next to the fire station - Plateau Rd - 15km to windfarm and back, including the road cutting on the partly formed road to Waitetuna started in 1908, but never completed after the First World War. There’s also wide views to the south (Taranaki if it’s clear) and to the Waitetuna valley – bring lunch. W I N T E R CELEBRATION @ HELLO STUDIOS & Gallery. Saturday 01 June, 4-8pm. Newcomers welcome, enjoy locally made goodies, celebrate with us PINK RIBBON LUNCHEON – Sat 8th June, 10.30am @ Raglan West church, 7 Taipari Ave. Fundraiser for breast cancer. Guest speaker. Bookings essential . Ph Suzanne 825 6560.

For Sale

FIREWOOD: THE RAGLAN GOLF CLUB fund-raising project. Split, dry-stored pine available at $80 per cub. metre, delivery within 10 km. Phone the Club 825 8483 and leave message, or Alex on 825 0997. ASSORTED QUALITY WINTER girls clothing (2y/o), bulk lot, 30+ items $120, ph 027 3780 787. PIONEER ASH FLOOR PROTECTOR, Alloy Trim, Black Tile 1000 CNR type, new condition, $100. Ph Stuart 07 8250083

Garage Sale

16 SIMON RD, house lot, Saturday 01 June from 8am. Various items, books, tools, everything must go. SATURDAY 1ST JUNE @ 4 Tahuna Ave, Garage sale not to be missed.

Casual Work Wanted

CHIMNEY (FLUE) CLEANING: Avoid Chimney fires, more efficient wood burning, Greater Raglan area, $95 ph Alex 8257575.

MINI DIGGER CONTRACTING

Driveway clean ups, section clearing, site works, excavations & metal cartage. $80 p/h Ph Ralphy: 021 239 8742

FRI 31 MAY @ YOT Club, TINY RUINS with Herriot Row, $10.

SAT 01 JUN @ YOT Club, Dj FRANO Spinning Tunes, Free Entry.

SAT 01 JUN @ Harbour View Hotel from 9.30pm, DECIBEL, female lead + female drummer rock band. Pre-sales $5, tickets available from Sports Bar.

SUN 02 JUN @ YOT Club, SUNDAY SESSION Winter Lounge Style, Jamin-I with special guest DJs Dubsonic, Frano & Bevan Nichols. Free From 4.30.

Courses, classes & workshops ZUMBA! @ TE UKU HALL Monday 9.30am, Wednesday 6.30pm - ring/txt Sarah T for more info 825 5844 or 0272106784.

Situations Vacant

TRIBAL STYLE BELLY DANCE, venue and time change to: Scout Hall, Thursdays 7pm from 6th June. Jess 022 130 4775.

Public Notices

Public Notices

PARENTS SHOULD READ THIS! What would you say if someone said you could give your child an education for as little as $12.33 per week?

XTREME WASTE. Queens Birthday Weekend Kerbside collection will be one day late. Recycling Centre will be open on Sat, Sun and Mon as usual.

*Certain terms and conditions apply

Going back to work? Need time out?

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www.jemmas.co.nz TE MATA SCHOOL BOARD OF TRUSTEES ELECTION

Business of the Meeting: • The Constitution of Raglan Community House has been revised and will be put to the meeting for approval. Copies of the proposed new Constitution are available from the Community House, available by email request or can be reviewed on our webpage www.rch.org.nz • Elections for the Committee. st Nominations close at 4pm on Friday 31 May 2013. Nomination forms available from Raglan Community House. • Annual Reports will be tabled at the meeting

Declaration of Parent Election Results: At the close of nominations, as the number of valid nominations was equal to the number of vacancies required to be filled, I hereby declare the following duly elected. Zoe Pickering Teresa Hayes Tanya Wilson Zane Jowsey Dennis Kalma

RAGLAN JUNIOR RUGBY 25.05.13

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The Annual General Meeting of Raglan Community House will be held on Tuesday 4th June 2013 at 7pm at 45 Bow Street, Raglan

0800 JEMMAS (536 627)

RAGLAN JUNIOR SOCCER 25.05.13

STARTING SOON IN RAGLAN

NOTICE OF

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RAGLAN WEST STORE. Due to the landlords terminating the lease of the above premises, Raglan West Store and Accommodation will close at the end of business on Sunday Declaration of Staff 2nd June 2013 and Election Results: cease trading thereafter. Dave and Gail, the At the close of nominations, as business owners regret the number of valid the store’s closure but nominations was stress the matter is out equal to the number of their hands. Dave of vacancies required and Gail would like to to be filled, I hereby thank their customers declare the following for their support over duly elected. the last 15 months. As Trina Regnier a consequence of the above, there will be Signed a garage sale at the Karen Clark premises, 45 Wainui Returning Officer Rd on Wednesday 5th June 2013 from 10am onwards. Items include shop contents, accommodation contents + kitchen contents. KIWIS AGAINST SEABED MINING. All To Let Welcome to our Issue FULLY FURN. Update and AGM. Thurs COTTAGE Upper June 27th,7pm @ Super Wainui Rd, suit single/ room, Town Hall. couple prof. or artist. DO YOU HAVE A TREE laden No animals. Avail. from with fruit that you don’t know June. $250pw. Ref. Ph what to do with, or a few extra 8257180. veggies in the garden bed? HOUSE, FULLY I am willing to harvest and/ FURNISHED, 2bdrm,suit or collect these and deliver couple,heat pump, to the food bank and other logfire, very tidy. n/s,n/ places in need throughout the dogs.refs ess. $330pw. local and wider community. Phone or txt Vanessa on ph 8258410. RAGLAN 2-3 BDRM 02102756522 or 8250336 to cottage, long term, no arrange collection. gge/no pets, $240 pw, ph 825 8330. 1 BDRM, SEMIFURNISHED house, GRADE RESULT PLAYERS OF THE DAY very tidy, close to shops th 7 Stingrays Loss 2 - 3 Shea Woolston with sea views & sunny veranda $200 p/wk + th Win 4 - 1 Jack McGregor 7 Penguins pwr. Contact 021 0235 Loss 2 - 3 Halena Lorenzen Hawkings 8th Dolphins 4943. 1 BDRM, CLOSE TO Draw 3 - 3 Travis Stoddart 8th Rockfish SHOPS, very tidy & th Win 7 - 3 Manon Cano 8 Anemones sunny porch. $180 p/wk + pwr & gas. Contact 021 Draw 1 - 1 Jayden Willoughby & Niko Garside 9th Orcas 0235 4943. th 9 Sharks Win 4 - 1 Jarvis Camezind 2-3 BEDROOM HOUSE, HRV system, 11th Piranha’s Win 10 - 0 Adi Grace Mooar & JJ Balinski - Smith woodburner, large sunny deck. Ph 825 7577. Open-Bull Sharks Win 6 - 3 Jet Hughes FULLTIME PRACTICE NURSE AND FULLTIME MEDICAL RECEPTIONIST. Te Kohao Health Limited, is seeking a fulltime experienced staff for our Raglan Medical Clinic, based on Poihakena Marae. This is an opportunity for a practice Nurse and a medical receptionist to join an innovative and creative team where you can make a difference. An understanding of Te Reo me nga Tikanga Maori will be an advantage. If you are interested in this position, please apply in writing enclosing your curriculum vitae to: The Managing Director, Te Kohao Health Ltd, PO Box 7107, HAMILTON 3247. Or email: admin@ tekohaohealth.co.nz. Applications close 3 June 2013.

Public Notices

Annual General Meeting

Any enquiries phone 825-8145 825 8142

Rating Information Database Pursuant to Section 28 of the Local Government (Rating Act) 2002 public notice is hereby given that the Rating Information Database is available for inspection on the Council website www.waikatodistrict.govt.nz and at the Offices of the Waikato District Council in Ngaruawahia, Huntly, Raglan and Tuakau between the hours of 9am and 4pm Mon to Fri. The Rating Information Database records all information required for setting and assessing rates.

Proposal to Temporarily Close Te Hutewai Road, Ruapuke Road and Whaanga Road Notice is hereby given that the Waikato District Council, for the purpose of the Karioi Classic Cycle Race, will close the Roads to ordinary vehicular traffic on the date and between the hours listed below. Alternative routes will be identified and forwarded to Emergency Services.

RAGLAN SOCCER 25.05.13 Any person JUNIOR wishing to object to the proposal is called upon to lodge their objection in writing before 5.00pm,

21 June 2013 at RESULT the offices ofPLAYERS the Waikato District GRADE OF THE DAY Council, Private Bag 544, Ngaruawahia.

7th Stingrays

Loss 2 - 3

Shea Woolston

Roads: Te Hutewai Road, Ruapuke Road Date: 28 July Win2013 4 - 1 Jack McGregor 7 Penguins Time: 7.30am – 11.40am th

8th Dolphins

Loss 2 - 3

Halena Lorenzen Hawkings

Win 7 - 3

Manon Cano

Win 4 - 1

Jarvis Camezind

Roads: Ruapuke Road, Whaanga Road Date: 28 July Draw2013 3 - 3 Travis Stoddart 8 Rockfish Time: 7.30am – 1.50pm th

8th Anemones

This notice is given pursuant to the Tenth Schedule of the Act 11974. Draw - 1 Jayden Willoughby & Niko Garside 9 OrcasGovernment th Local

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Chief Executive

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Classic Service This Sunday 10 a.m

Public Notices

Adi Grace Mooar & JJ Balinski - Smith

www.waikatodistrict.govt.nz

Open-Bull Sharks Win 6 - 3

Jet Hughes

RAGLAN JUNIOR RUGBY 25.05.13 GRADE

RESULT

PLAYERS OF THE DAY

6 Green

Won 70 - 30

Liam McLachlan, Henry Seaville & William Parker

7 Green Drew 60 - 60

Divyne Shadrock & Zoe Oliver Dowling

7th Black Lost 45 - 70

Arnika Mete & Micah Pyle

8 Green Won 55 - 35

Hudson Bidois & Angus Reeves

8th Black Won 35 - 20

Maioro Greensill & Taane Millward

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Won 30 - 20 Tana Clapham, Rowan McLachlan & Jack O’Neill

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Drew 30 - 30 Hunter Reily & George Reeves

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Lost 0 - 54

Kaleb Fisher & Jakob Hesketh-Dowd

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Won 85 - 0

Kaea Taylor & Mattheus Pio

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Raglan Real Estate Ltd Licenced (REAA 2008)

AUCTION: 28th June 2013 - 6pm Ray White Office, 21 Bow St, Raglan DON’T FORGET OUR PURCHASER/VENDOR COMPETITION!!! SEE THE TEAM!

1st prize - $5000 travel voucher, 2nd prize $2000 travel voucher UNDER THE RAGLAN SUN Location, views and potential!

BUYER’S NIGHT

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Ray White are conducting a Buyer’s Night, essential for first time buyers on: Friday, 7th June at 6pm at the Ray White Office.

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Special conditions apply to the concessions offered by Lawyer, Builder.

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Take the time to talk to Mortgage Adviser (Brett Wood), Insurance Adviser (Andrew Webby), Lawyer (Rhys Ellison) and Builder (Mark Fitzgerald) re prices, building report, fees when purchasing during the months of June/July. Listen to the amazing deals these professionals are offering to our clients through us during those winter months.

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Lovely rural setting Views of countryside & Mt Karioi Grazing pasture, ponds, wetland area Paddocks and some farm buildings Situated on 2.68 ha. Prior Auction offers considered.

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Saturday 11am 178 Houchen Rd

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Located on a no exit road, 12 mins approx from Raglan Township, with Te Mata community & school close by. Well presented lifestyle block (5013m2) elevated with rural views and commanding views of Mt Karioi. No Covenants, fully fenced, would suit eco living regarding services. Prior auction offers considered.

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ID#RAG21531

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OPEN HOME Saturday 11am 87 Houchen Rd (Lot 3)

611 WAINUI RD - OPEN VIEWING: SATURDAY 1-3PM. All Tenders to be at Ray White Office, Raglan by 4pm, 5th July 2013. Unless sold prior by Private Treaty. ID#RAG21475

This fully furnished, 2 bedroom home is elevated, sunny and close to town. It has polished floors, is insulated, recently painted and a new roof. Relax on the large deck and enjoy views out to the harbour and Mount Karioi. Single garage, garden shed, fully fenced easy care section.

OPEN HOME Sunday 2pm 19 Manukau Rd

ID#RAG21446

How many people do you know who can tie their boat up to their very own whitebait stand and head out down stream into the harbour to set the flounder nets or do a spot of fishing? Not many, if any! • 16.4 hectares • 4 hectares in native bush • 5 bedrooms • School bus stops at the gate

ID#RAG11238

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A spectacular location with views of the Tasman Sea and Mt Karioi. This wonderful semi-rural setting of just under 2 acres encourages a relaxed country lifestyle while remaining relatively close to the amenities of Raglan Township. Recently built family home offering 4 double bedrooms, master with ensuite, an office or 5th bedroom, large open plan living with designer kitchen. Solar hot water system, internal sound insulation, an energy efficient home. The superbly presented interior features floor to ceiling windows to ensure maximum light, sun and views.

SOLSCAPE: TENDER

Saturday 12pm 4a Government Rd

WATERFRONT – UNPARALLELED LIFESTYLE $1,125,000

THE SCENE IS SET..... $610,000

SOLD! 168 MaungatawhiriID#RAG21403 Rd

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16.4 HECTARES OF LIFESTYLE $550,000

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ID#RAG21520

VENDOR’S INSTRUCTIONS ARE CLEAR - THIS HOUSE MUST SELL - PRESENT ALL OFFERS NOW!!!

RURAL HEART

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2 double bedrooms, open plan living North facing deck Wide views from Bar to inner Harbour Large double garaging and work shed Close to town and wharf Attractive single level home, 130m2 floor area Seize this opportunity before someone else does! Prior Auction offers considered.

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Waterfront at Moonlight Bay Native planting and landscaped gardens Amazing harbour views Serene, private setting on 4367m² 3 double bedrooms plus sleepout/office Designed & appointed to a high standard Double glazing throughout house A dream home in a dream location

OPEN HOME ID#RAG20674

OPEN HOMES this weekend 1st & 2nd June Saturday 11am - 178 Houchen Rd (Lifestyle) Saturday 11am - 87 Houchen Rd Lot 3 (Lifestyle) Saturday 12pm - 4a Government Rd Saturday 12pm – 14 Kaitoke St Saturday 1pm - 1 Lily St Saturday 1-3pm - Solscape 611 Wainui Rd

Sunday 12pm - 57 Government Rd Sunday 1pm – 1 Lily St Sunday 2pm - 19 Manukau Rd Sunday 2pm - 106G Greenslade Rd

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

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Sunday 2pm 106g Greenslade Rd


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