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24th October 2013 - Issue #366

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To  the  Editor, According   to   something   I   read   in   the   Jo’s Takeaways. Te Kopua Domain......................................................825 8761 Chronicle   last   week   and   a   minority   of   outspoken   people   around   town   ‘keeping   Raglan  as  it  once  was’  is  not  an  option.  The   arguments  I  have  heard  for  this  is  that  if  we   do   not   move   forward   then   more   business’s   will   shut   up   shop   during   the   winter,   the   towns   tourism   business   will   suffer   and   we   Marlin Cafe & Grill. Dine in. On the Wharf...........................................825 0010 will   dissolve   into   the   back   woods   of   New   Zealand   with   no   jobs   and   no   investment.   The   interesting   thing   about   these   opinions   is  that  they  are  not  backed  up  with  anything   more   ‘concrete’   than   building   houses   and   increasing  the  population.   The Shack. Dine in or Takeaway. 19 Bow Street..................................825 0027 In   order   to   not   be   ‘one   of   those’   who   enter  a  discussion  with  an  argument  and  no   solution   I   would   like   to   offer   the   following   as   food   for   thought   for   those   who   make   the   decisions   and   those   who   believe   that   a   sprawling   urban   jungle   is   the   answer   to   all   The Raglan Club. Dine in or Takeaway. 22-24 Bow Street.................. 825 8278 our  problems. Raglan  is  described  in  the  Lonely  Planet   website   in   the   following   way   “   Laid-­back   5DJODQ PD\ ZHOO EH 1=ÂśV SHUIHFW VXUÂżQJ town.  It’s  small  enough  to  have  escaped  mass   Shane Ardern MP development,   but   it’s   big   enough   to   exhibit   signs   of   life.â€?   Now   with   the   Lonely   Planet   TARANAKI-KING COUNTRY LLB. PG Dip Spts Mgt. Notary Public being   seen   as   one   of   the   best   travel   guides   Local lawyer for Raglan’s legal needs WKURXJKRXW WKH ZRUOG , ÂżUVW RI DOO KDYH WR 5DJODQRIĂ€FH wonder   why   we   would   want   to   change   that   Mondays 9am - 4pm description.   Sure,   if   Raglan   looked   like   Electorate office: at Dr Ellisons surgery Surfers   Paradise   or   Mount   Maunganui   then   25 Roche Street, Te Awamutu 31 Wallis Street Raglan there   would   be   a   lot   more   business   and   p 07 825 0263 (Freephone) or by appointment money  around,  but  let’s  face  it  do  we  really   e ShaneArdernMP@xtra.co.nz (PDLOrhys@ellisonlaw.co.nz need  another  Mount  Maunganui?  Travelling   RUSKRQH30 around   New   Zealand   I   have   come   across   plenty  of  generic  towns,  they  are  all  the  same,   +DPLOWRQ2IĂ€FH 7ULVWUDP6WUHHW,32%R[,) www.national.org.nz a   Warehouse,   a   big   supermarket,   a   bland   WeatherMap - New Zealand weather forecasts copy  of  the  next  town.  In  the  future  it  won’t   be   those   towns   that   people   want   to   visit.   It   will   be   places   like   Raglan,   as   it   is   now.   So   how  do  we  keep  Raglan  moving  forward  and  

expanding   without   destroying   that   which   makes   it   such   a   popular   place   to   live   and   visit?   The   answer   is   simple.   We   make   the   most  of  what  we  have  got,  we  make  Raglan   a   year   round   tourist   destination   and   we   do   not  let  it  fall  into  the  hands  of  those  who  will   destroy  it  for  future  generations.  The  people   who   make   decisions   about   Raglan's   future   need   to   understand   that   being   the   same   as   everywhere  else  is  not  the  only  option.  Start   spending  money  on  improving  what  we  have   and  building  our  tourist  industry  around  that.   Look   at   the   footbridge,   the   wharf,   the   bush   reserve,   the   museum;͞   these   are   the   types   of   things   that   will   insure   that   Raglan   has   a   future,  not  another  bunch  of  houses  in  the  real   estate  agents  windows. Stuart  Doran,  Raglan.

To  the  Editor, For   13   years   Patsy   Zohs,   has   been   the   co-­coordinator  of  the  Raglan  Writing  Group.   2YHUWKDWWLPHZHKDYHPHWIRUWQLJKWO\¿UVWO\ at   members   homes,   later   at   the   Raglan   Old   School   Arts   Centre,   and   currently   we   are   meeting  fortnightly  at  Orca. Here,   members   who   are   working   on   novels  can  read  out  their  stories  for  feedback   and   others   who   are   not   on   any   long   term   project   can   read   what   they   have   written   on   the  topic  that  is  set  to  write  on  each  fortnight.   Patsy   has   encouraged   us   to   take   part   in   competitions   that   she   has   become   aware   of,  we  have  joined  in  on  poetry  days  at  the   library   and   read   out   some   of   our   stories   at   local  venues. She   will   be   part   of   our   group   but   has   handed  over  the  reigns  in  the  meantime  to  a   new  coordinator,  Pam  Bovill. http://www.weathermap.co.nz/?p=ragla Thank  you  Patsy  for  the  time  and  effort   you   have   put   in   with   us.   It   has   been   much   appreciated. Raglan  Writing  Group Weather Map

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Spotlight elsewhere but Anadarko already drilling off Raglan’s coast

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any   of   the   holidaymakers   expected  to  pour  into  town   this   Labour   Weekend   to   enjoy  Raglan’s  beaches,  surf  breaks   and  harbour  may  be  shocked  to  learn   a  Texas-­based  company  linked  to  the   disastrous   Deepwater   Horizon   oil   spill  in  the  Gulf  of  Mexico  is  drilling   for   oil   directly   off   the   coast,   believe   local  environmentalists. “We’re   getting   lulled   to   sleep   because   all   the   talk   is   it   [the   exploration]   is   happening   in   the   Taranaki   basin,â€?   says   one   environmentalist,   harbourside   tourist   accommodation   provider   Vera   van   der   Voorden.    “In  fact  they’ve  been  here  a  while,   100  kilometres  off  the  Raglan  Coast.â€? 7KHFRPSDQ\QRZDWZRUNGULOOLQJDÂżUVW well  to  a  depth  of  just  over  3000  metres  is   none  other  than  Anadarko,  the  giant  Texas-­ based  oil  and  gas  explorer  whose  plans  to   drill  off  the  Kaikoura  coast  have  townsfolk   and   whale-­watcher   ventures   up   in   arms   DQGUHFHQWO\VSDUNHGVRPHÂżHU\H[FKDQJHV between   broadcaster   John   Campbell   and   Energy   and   Resources   Minister   Simon   Bridges. While   Simon   Bridges   described   Anadarko   as   a   “passive   partnerâ€?   in   the   Deepwater   Horizon   disaster,   Wikipedia   says  it  had  a  25  per  cent  “working  interestâ€?   in  the  venture  and  BP  has  sent  Anadarko  a   $272  million  bill  as  its  share  of  the  clean-­ up  cost. Raglan   environmentalists   say   an   oil   spill   in   the   particular   Outer   Taranaki   Basin   block   for   which   Anadarko   has   an   exploration   permit   would   have   “the   same   effect   on   our   tourism   as   down   there   in   Kaikouraâ€?. “We  should  be  as  concerned  as  Kaikoura   is  for  the  potential  collapse  of  our  tourism   industry,â€?   says   Vera   van   der   Voorden.   “It   would   be   as   disastrous   and   immediate   as   the  Rewa  [break-­up].â€? One   local   Coastguard   member   is   concerned   that   there   wouldn’t   be   a   “shitshowâ€?  of  containing  a  spill  off  Raglan   –  let  alone  elsewhere  in  the  country  –  and   UHFUHDWLRQDOÂżVKHUVDQJU\WRKDYHIRXQGWKH exploration  vessels  working  directly  off  the  

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Oil and gas explorer Anadarko has permission for oil exploration off our coast Raglan  coast  have  been  “gently  harassing�   the   unwelcome   visitors   while   keeping   on   the   right   side   of   new   laws   preventing   protests  at  sea. The   “No   Seabed   Mining�   signs   which   have   recently   sprung   up   around   Raglan   relate   to   a   different   threat,   an   application   by   Trans-­Tasman   Resources   (TTR)   for   a   marine  consent  to  mine  the  iron-­rich  sands   off  the  south  Taranaki  coast.    Kiwis  Against   Seabed   Mining   (KASM)   chairperson   Phil   McCabe   warns   the   consent   –   if   granted   –   will   set   a   precedent   for   further   mining     north  to  Raglan  and  beyond. Vera   –   a   member   of   KASM   and   also   the   Environmental   Defence   Society,     a   �very   strong   and   respectable   consultative   group�   which   complained   last   week   New   Zealand’s   oil   drilling   regulations   were   inadequate   –   believes   TTR   will   come   to   Raglan.     “They   realised   our   resistance   so   decided  on  a  little  exploratory  area  to  get  a   foot  in  the  door,�  she  says. Vera  says  KASM’s  experience  in  terms   RIVDQGPLQLQJVKRZVWKDWWKH*RYHUQPHQW

has   a   tick-­the-­box   process   rather   than   the   rigorous  one  outlined  by  Simon  Bridges  on   ‘Campbell  Live’.     She   claims   the   Environmental   Protection   Authority   –   which   will   hear   the   TTR   application   –   is   a   committee   of   people  allied  to  industry  points  of  view  and   FORVHO\ DVVRFLDWHG ZLWK WKH *RYHUQPHQW They  believe  the   country  has   resources   to   be  exploited,  and  “like  Simon  Bridges  they   see  the  environment  as  a  minor  obstacle�. Meanwhile,   she   says,   changes   being   made   to   the   Resource   Management   Act   mean   “we   don’t   even   have   a   right   to   put   in   submissions�   on   mining.     “And   if   you   protest   at   sea   you   can   get   picked   up   and   charged   with   criminal   behaviour,   which   almost  goes  against  democracy.� In  many  instances,  she  says,  local  Maori   are  the  only  ones  left  able  to  have  an  input. “It’s   all   unravelling   very   slowly   and   gently,   and   we’re   not   seeing   the   knitting   coming  undone.� Edith  Symes

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Chamber helps get wheels turning for new MTB track

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mountain   bike   track   beneath   the   pine   trees   in   Wainui   Reserve   could   be   built   next   year   if   a   “scoping   document�   meets   with   Raglan   Coastal   Reserves   Advisory   Committee  approval.     Although  it’s  early  days  yet,  expert  trail   builders  from  Rotorua  company  Empire  of   Dirt  –  which  is  set  to  pre-­scope  the  area  in   early   December   –   are   “energised�   by   the   scheme,  says  Charlie  Young  who’s  pushing   along   the   proposal   on   behalf   of   Raglan   Chamber  of  Commerce.   Charlie,  a  tourism  operator  and  chair  of   the  chamber’s  tourism  committee,  reckons   a  mountain  bike  track  just  out  of  town  will   be  a  great  asset.  “The  community  will  love   it!� A  recent  one-­pager  from  the  chamber  to   the   reserves   advisory   committee   explains   how   the   idea   was   conceived   by   members   of  Raglan  Mountain  Bike  Club,  but  has  sat   idle  for  the  past  year  waiting  for  a  group  of   community  members  keen  enough  to  start  

scoping  the  project.       Now   the   chamber   has   “picked   up   the   ballâ€?   as   an   economic   development   and   social   wellbeing   initiative,   says   the   one-­ pager.  “Waikato  District  Council  is  also  now   focusing   more   on   economic   development   and   tourism   ‌   and   this   project   seems   to   tick  a  lot  of  necessary  boxes.â€? Charlie  however  told  the  Chronicle  last   week  that  “we  haven’t  got  everyone  on  side   yetâ€?   and   that   the   idea   must   evolve   in   the   right   way,   pointing   out   for   instance   there   DUHDUHDVWREHGHPDUFDWHGDVVLJQLÂżFDQWWR local  Maori. But   he’s   keen   to   kickstart   the   project   with   some   fundraising   early   next   year   if   the   proposal   gets   approved.   “We’ll   try   to   connect  with  funding  agencies.â€? $QG KHÂśV KRSHIXO WKH ÂżYHWRWHQ kilometre  MTB  track  –  which  would  cater   for  all  ages  and  skill  levels  –  could  be  up   and   running   within   the   year.   “It’s   a   good   project  and  there’s  a  lot  of  support  for  it,â€?   he  insists.   Supporters   of   the   facility   say   the   nearest  MTB  tracks  to  Raglan  are  at  Pukete  

and  Redwoods  in  Whakarewarewa  Forest,   Rotorua.   Another   MTB   track   in   a   town   now  known  for  its  annual  cycling  event  the   Karioi  Classic  could  be  a  big  drawcard.   Meanwhile   Raglan’s   local   mountain   ELNH FOXE ZDV WR KDYH LWV ¿UVW $*0 this   week   with   the   aim   of   becoming   an   incorporated   society,   which   in   turn   would   take   membership   fees   and   fundraise   towards  the  proposed  MTB  track. Redwoods   is   publicly   funded   by   membership   fees   from   Rotorua   Mountain   Bike   Club   and   receives   $20,000   per   year   from  Rotorua  City  Council  towards  upkeep   of   the   facility,   points   out   local   MTB   club   PHPEHU 'LUN GH 5X\VVFKHU ZKR ¿UVW mooted  the  idea  of  a  Raglan  track. Raglan   Ramblers   and   Raglan   Archery   are  keen  to  share  the  Wainui  Reserve  pine   plantation   with   the   proposed   MTB   track,   with  designated  areas  and  signage  for  each.   Ultimately,   adds   Charlie,   there   could   be  a  link-­up  of  walking  and  cycling  tracks   from  Raglan’s  township  to  Whale  Bay.                   Edith  Symes

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Niche traveller market eyed for former resthome

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DJODQ FRXOG KDYH LWV ÂżUVW ³ÀDVKSDFNHUV´ KRPHVWD\ up   and   running   this   summer   if   new   Norrie   Avenue   residents   Amanda   and   Adam   Cron   get   the   resource   consent   they  require. After   buying   last   month   the   old   12-­bedroom,   four-­bathroom   Oceanview   Resthome   overlooking   the   harbour   –   and   deciding   a   house   that  size  has  “only  so  many  optionsâ€?   –  they’re  now  frantically  renovating   the  property  with  an  eye  to  catering   for  a  niche  traveller  market.   The   idea   is   to   accommodate   not   only  their  own  small  family  but  also   several  guests  who  may  be  older  than   the   average   backpacker   but   perhaps   doing   their   OE   later   in   life,   says   Amanda. Âł+DYH\RXKHDUGRIĂ€DVKSDFNHUV"´ she   asked   on   revealing   her   plans   to   the   Chronicle   on   Monday.   They’re   the  middle-­aged  travellers  who  want   something   between   the   backpacker   and   hotel-­style   experience.   And   it’s   UHĂ€HFWHGLQWKHSULFHRIFRXUVH “Our   unique   point   of   difference   is   our   guests   will   also   be   getting   a   homestay  experience,â€?  says  Amanda,   pointing   out   the   advantages   of   quality  linen  and  a  quiet  environment   in  which  to  relax. So  while  the  family’s  been  living  

in   their   new   abode   since   June   as   they   negotiated   the   sale,   they’ve   been  stripping  sometimes  three-­deep   layers   of   old   wallpaper,   painting,   updating   bathrooms,   gardening   and   generally   getting   what   was   built   as   a  commercial  venture  complete  with   internal   sprinkler   system   back   to   a   liveable   standard   –   all   on   a   “tight   budget�,  says  Amanda.       “No-­one’s  done  any  maintenance   for   years,�   she   explains   of   the   property  which  more  recently  housed   Hick   Bros   Civil   Construction   staff   relocated   from   Auckland   to   help   build  the  Te  Uku  windfarm. Now   the   Crons   are   focused   on   working   with   Waikato   District   Council   to   get   the   compliances   needed   for   the   resource   consent.   Additional   carparking   spaces   will   be   created   off   the   Whitley   Avenue   entrance  for  guests  who  book  into  the   four  double  guest  rooms  in  the  newer   wing  –  separate  from  their  own  living   area   –   which   Amanda   is   currently   working  on. There  are  commercial  appliances   to   be   installed   and   consideration   to   be   given   to   existing   trees   and   landscaping   they   want   to   retain.   There’s   a   lot   of   “jumping   through   hoops�   to   get   what   they   want,   she   admits. But   it’s   a   venture   of   a   lifetime,   says   the   40-­something   accountant  

who’s   also   run  a  bed  and   b r e a k f a s t   back   home   in   England.   “It’s   our   r e t i r e m e n t   plan.â€? Amanda   and  her  Kiwi   husband,   a   technician,   Amanda Cron r e t u r n e d   to   New   Zealand   with   their   two   school-­aged   VRQV ÂżYH \HDUV DJR DQG KDYH OLYHG mostly  in  Hamilton  since  then.  Their   ambitious   plan,   while   “excitingâ€?,   has   had   them   on   tenterhooks   since   arriving  in  town. They   wonder   what   they’ll   do   if   consent   is   not   granted,   and   the   possibility   of   either   selling   the   property  to  developers  or  landbanking   it  is  in  the  back  of  their  minds. “But   I   really   want   to   be   part   of   the  community,â€?  stresses  Amanda. 0HDQWLPH$PDQGDÂśVNHHQWRÂżQG old  photos  people  in  the  community   may   have   of   the   one-­time   resthome   and  its  residents,  in  the  hope  she  can   have  a  bit  of  history  on  display  when   redecorating.      Edith  Symes

Hometown show Cornerstone for teen musician

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usic   has   always   been   a   part   of   14-­year-­old   5HLNL5XDZDLÂśVOLIH:LWKERWK parents,  Brian  and  Naomi,  in   local  reggae  band  Cornerstone   Roots,   joining   them   on   stage   was  just  a  matter  of  time. Now   with   a   few   years   of   performing   under   his   belt   and   freshly   returned   from   an   Aussie   tour,  Reiki  will  be  hitting  the  stage   at  a  home  venue.  “I’m  excited  for   sure,   it’s   Raglan   and   people   who   come  always  have  a  good  time  -­  it   goes  off,â€?  he  said. Having   played   mostly   pubs   in   NZ,  Reiki  reckons  the  vibe  is  a  bit   different   over   the   ditch,   playing   mostly  outdoors  and  at  venues  that  

FDWHU VSHFLÂżFDOO\ IRU PXVLF +HÂśV also  got  some  festivals  lined  up  for   the  summer  in  NZ. Reiki   features   in   the   new   Cornerstone   Roots   single,   ‘Is   ,W 5HDO"Âś 3OD\LQJ WKH JXLWDU DQG helping   with   the   lyrics.   The   song   is  about,  “knowing  your  own  vibe,   and  whether  it’s  real  or  not.“ Playing   the   guitar,   ukulele   and   percussion,   Reiki   is   learning   a   bit   of   bass   and   drums   to   add   to   the   mix.   The   Boys   High   student   also   has   a   trumpet   he   wants   to   start   playing  too. 6XUÂżQJ VNDWLQJ DQG SOD\LQJ rugby   during   his   spare   time,   his   future   plans   include   being   a   PXVLFLDQ VXUÂżQJ DQG VNDWLQJ DQG possibly  becoming  a  music  teacher. This   will   be   the   last   time  

Cornerstone   Roots   will   be   playing   at   the   YOT   Club   with   Pete   Coddington   at   the   helm   and   the   band   says,   Reiki Ruawai “we   would   like  to  thank  him  for  all  his  support   over   the   years   and   his   vision   for   making   the   YOT   Club   one   of   the   best  venues  in  Aotearoa.� Reiki   plays   live   with   Cornerstone   Roots   this   Saturday   26  October  at  the  YOT  Club.  Look   out   for   their   Live   EP   and   new   album  set  for  release  this  summer. Maki  Nishiyama

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Three Little Birds flock to Bow Street

Saras Howie, Tony T House and Jess Mason outside their new space, Three Little Birds

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ith  the  windows  covered   in   newspaper,   the   little   retail   space   at   the   bottom   of   Bow   Street   (previously   Flaxen)  will  be  reopening  it’s   doors   again   this   Friday,   this   time   as   an   eclectic   gallery   and  retail  space,  Three  Little   Birds. A   conception   born   from   Tony   Johnson   (Tony   T   House),   Saras  Howie  and  Jess  Mason,  the   collective   space   is   a   follow   on   project   from   the   Raglan   Artisan   Workshop   held   at   the   wharf   late   last  year  and  earlier  this  year. “We   have   a   very   artistic   community   here   and   we   wanted   to  create  a  space  that  caters  to  the   needs  and  styles  of  creative  people   that   are   a   bit   left   of   centre,�   says   Tony. A   quirky   little   shop,   Three   Little  Birds  will  have  a  mixture  of   different  items  on  show  including   retro   and   vintage,   custom-­made  

jewellery   and   up-­cycled   art   and   furniture. With   a   cool   steampunk   vibe,   there’ll   also   be   a   lot   of   industrial   steel  decorating  the  space. 6SHQGLQJ WKH ODVW ÂżYH ZHHNV or   so   getting   the   space   ready   for   opening,   the   shop   is   coming   together   nicely   with   an   assorted   mix  of  tidbits  shaping  the  dĂŠcor. Pointing   out   a   rustic   metal   frame   that   will   be   used   for   the   changing  room  curtains  Tony  says,   “   we   want   to   inspire   people   to   think  differently  about  things  they   wouldn’t  necessarily  think  are  ‘art’   and   make   them   use   the   creative   side  of  their  minds  a  little.â€? Holding   an   opening   party   on   Thursday  night,  the  shop  is  another   addition   to   the   creative   spaces   around   town.   The   trio   hopes   that   the   shop   will   be   an   outlet   for   creative   works   that   don’t   always   ÂżWLQWRDQHDWOLWWOHER[ Three   Little   Birds   opens   this   Friday  25  October. Maki  Nishiyama

Sunday Session this weekend There   is   simply   no   way   we   FRXOG OHW D ORQJ ZHHNHQG go   unnoticed   without   maximising   on   the   fact   that   we   can   boogie   the   Sunday   away  AND  get  a  little  sleep  in   on  Monday..  Bonus! So   we’ve   organised   a   little   'Teaser-­Session’   this   Sunday   the   27th   from   4.20pm   till   late.   (The   notorious   weekly   sessions   RI¿FLDOO\VWDUWVLQ'HFHPEHU  This   Sunday   Session   will   feature   a   great   line   up   of   local   talent,  with  live  artists  in  the  yard   playing  some  sunshine  Roots,  Dub   and   World   Lounge   sounds   in   the   likes   of   Dj   Kaya   Brown,   Frano,   Dubsonic.   Later  on  in  the  Club,  taking  it   to   the   next   level,   is   King   Maka’s   fresh  set  with  some  sneaky  lyrical   DFWLRQIURP-LQMD&DWDQGWR¿QLVK it,   an   electroswing   mashup   set   from  your  host  Jamin-­I! Sounds  promising...  well  it  is! Join  us  for  a  cold  drink  in  the   sun,  get  a  taste  of  the  famous  Bing  

King  wrap  and  shake  them  winter   cobwebs  away! )5((*,9($:$< Check   out   the   Raglan   Sunday   Session   on   Facebook   to   be   in   the   draw   to   win   a   $50   bar   tab   and   2   yummy   Bing   King   wraps   this   Sunday!! Live  djâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  in  the  Yot  Club  Yard   from  4.20  till  late.. â&#x20AC;&#x153;..Free  music  for  the  people!â&#x20AC;? S  Reid


Gingerbread house: an architectâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s dream

The Sports Project: A series of Q & Aâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s with top sports people in our community

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or  over  a  year  now,  Raglan   locals   have   wondered   whatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   going   on   with   the   black   plastic   covering   the   ground   as   they   pass   through   Te  Uku.     It   turns   out   the   black   plastic,   anchored  with  pieces  of  wood,  was   put  down  to  kill  off  invasive  weeds,   property  ownersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;  German  architect   'DQLHO)ULHGULFKDQG(ULQ*ULIÂżWKV explained.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Originally   we   wanted   an   organic   block   but   after   different   organic  remedies  we  couldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t  battle   with   the   dreaded   weed   periwinkle   that  overtook  most  of  the  three  acre   EORFN´*ULIÂżWKVVDLGÂł7KLVZDVWKH most   effective   way   to   battle   these   weeds   and   kill   their   labyrinthine   root  system.â&#x20AC;? The  couple  bought  the  lifestyle   section   about   2   years   ago   and   it   was  a  quick  decision,  the  architect   stated.   They   knew   right   away   that   they   had   found   their   dream   property  so  the  offer  was  put  in  the   very  same  day.  â&#x20AC;&#x153;We  always  wanted   a   lifestyle   block   to   have   a   couple   of   sheep,   room   for   veggie   gardens   and   a   place   for   our   two   children   WRHQMR\QDWXUH´*ULIÂżWKVVDLGÂł,W was  perfect,  almost  too  good  to  be   true.â&#x20AC;? The   property   itself   used   to   be   the  heart  of  Te  Uku  with  the  original  

Daniel Friedrich and Erin Griffiths with children Noam and Byron horse   drawn   coach   stop   located   at   the  nearby  old  olive  tree,  according   WR *ULIÂżWKV Âł7KH RULJLQDO WUDGLQJ SRVW DQG SRVW RIÂżFH XVHG WR UHVLGH right  where  the  black  plastic  is  laid   down,â&#x20AC;?   she   said.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;In   its   day   this   block   was   the   bustling   hub   of   Te   Uku.â&#x20AC;? The  site  was  previously  owned   by   the   Ormiston   family   for   four   generations   and   the   late   Colin   Ormiston  put  a  tree  boarder  around   the  section  to  commemorate  what  it   once  used  to  be.     The  35  â&#x20AC;&#x201C;  year  -­  old  architect  had   a   clear   agenda   and   vision   of   what   he  wanted  to  do  with  the  historical   land.  â&#x20AC;&#x153;When  growing  up  my  father   always  said  every  man  should  plant   a   tree,   father   a   child   and   build   his   own   home,â&#x20AC;?   Friedrich   said.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;I   had   done  the  others;Íž  I  guess  it  was  time   to  build  a  house.â&#x20AC;? As   an   architect,   it   had   always   been  a  dream  for  Friedrich  to  design   his  own  home.   Now,   this   ambitious   dwelling   that  has  taken  more  than  one  year  to   build  is  almost  complete.  Currently   renting   the   house   next   door,   the   young   family   is   planning   to   move   into   their   dream   residence   within   the  next  month. The   house,   nicknamed   the   â&#x20AC;&#x153;gingerbread   houseâ&#x20AC;?   by   some,   stands   in   harmony   with   its   surroundings   and   clearly   has   a   (XURSHDQ LQĂ&#x20AC;XHQFH ZLWK D 

degree  angle  slate  roof  and  dormers   but   with   a   modern   twist   with   a   contemporary   box   to   one   side.     The   architect   used   a   clever   hook   system   imported   from   Germany   WR Âż[ WKH VODWHV ZKLFK JLYHV WKH URRIPRUHĂ&#x20AC;H[LQVWURQJZLQGVDQG earthquakes.   Friedrich  said  that  the  majority   of   the   internal   and   external   ÂżQLVKLQJ WLPEHU ZDV VRXUFHG IURP the  property  itself.  â&#x20AC;&#x153;A  combination   of   woods   has   been   dressed   to   GLIIHUHQW FXVWRP PDGH SURÂżOHV WR create  different  looks  and  textures.â&#x20AC;?   The   majority   of   the   work   was   completed  by  the  architect  himself,   friends,   family   and   HelpEx   workers.     â&#x20AC;&#x153;It   was   a   bit   if   â&#x20AC;&#x153;a   mini   do  it  yourself  Grand  Designs;Íž  from   design  to  completion,  wood  milling   DQG GUHVVLQJ WR ÂżQLVKLQJ GHWDLOV´ he  said. Helpex   is   similar   to   wwoofer   work.     It   is   an   internet   based   exchange   programme,   which   links   international   travellers   to   host   families.     â&#x20AC;&#x153;We   have   hosted   20+   people   over   the   last   year.It   has   certainly   been   a   period   in   our   lives   that   has   been   diverse   and   LQWHUHVWLQJ´ *ULIÂżWKV FRQÂżUPHG "But   I   would   never   trade   the   experience.â&#x20AC;?   Friedrich   said   that   many   New   Zealand  homes  are  still  built  in  ways   that  allow  on-­going  condensation  to   occur  which  leads  to  mould  growth  

and  unhealthy  living  environments.     Taking   on   this   challenge   was   not   MXVW D FKDQFH WR IXO¿O D GUHDP LW was  a  way  for  the  architect  to  show   FOLHQWVD¿QLVKHGSURMHFWZKHUHRQH can  actually  feel  the  difference. Friedrich,  originally  from  a  small   WRZQLQ*HUPDQ\ZHQWLQWRWKH¿HOG of   carpentry   as   a   young   adult   but   discovered   his   architectural   talents   in   his   early   twenties   and   pursued   them   persistently.   He   completed   his   architectural   studies   in   2006   DQG ¿QLVKHG ZLWK D %DFKHORU LQ Architecture.   Friedrich  arrived  in  NZ  in  2008   and   founded   DF   Design   Ltd   in   2010,   an   innovative,   multifaceted   architectural  practice.    Most  of  his   designs   were   built   in   Queenstown   and   can   be   viewed   on   www. dfdesign.co.nz.   He   specializes   in   sustainable,  low  energy  architecture   and  designs. In   2012   DF   Design   has   joined   Climate   House,     www. climatehouse.co.nz,     a   group   of   passionate  and  skilled  professionals   aiming  to  set  new  performance  and   design  standards  for  NZ  housing.   Freed   from   constraints   of   clients,   Friedrich   gave   himself   free   reign   to   create   according   to   his  needs  and  tastes.  The  home  has   become   a   personal   statement   of   how  this  family  wants  to  live.   Charlotte  Marten

Tile Mural part of Old School celebrations Who   remembers   sitting   down   of   our   local   community   and   by   FRORXUHG SDQHOV \RX ZLOO ÂżQG \RXU have   donated   materials   or   given   at   the   Raglan  Arts   Centre   and   visitors  to  various  events  and  markets   very  own  artwork,  there  for  all  to  see   substantial   discounts.   These   include   over  the  past  year  or  so?     and  admire. potter  Tony  Sly  for  his  gift  of  the  clay   making  a  little  ceramic  tile?   You   may   have   painted   it,   or   perhaps  you  chose  to  carve  a  design.     And   possibly   you   then   forgot   about   it!     Or   wondered   what   happened   to   it   â&#x20AC;&#x201C;   wasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t   there   something   about   a   mural,   to   be   made   from   all   the   hundreds   of   tiles   made   by   members  

Well,  its  all  coming  together  this   weekend  â&#x20AC;&#x201C;  the  mural  project,  started   at   the   fundraising   Clay   Fiesta   in   February    2012,  will  be  unveiled  in  all   its  glory  at  7pm  on  Saturday  evening,   one  of  several  events  celebrating  the   130th   birthday   of   the   Old   School.     Somewhere   on   the   two   large   multi-­

Each   artist   paid   a   small   fee   of   $5  for  the  privilege  of  adding  to  the   mural,   and   most   of   that   money   has   been   available   for   upgrades   to   the   Clay   Shed,   including   the   purchase   of   a   new   kiln.   This   is   thanks   to   the   wonderful   generosity   of   a   number   of   individuals   and   businesses   who  

and  Waikato   Ceramics   for   discounts   on   glaze   and   stains.   So   come   along   to   see     this   amazing   expression   of   Raglanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   genius   â&#x20AC;&#x201C;   7pm   on   Saturday   at   the   Old   School,   then   stay   to   join   in  the  birthday  celebrations  â&#x20AC;&#x201C;  music,   food,   cash   bar   and   fun.   All   very   welcome.  -XGLWK&ROOLQV

This  week  the  Chronicle  caught  up  with   semi-­pro   surfer   Jess   Santorik,   past   NZ   :RPHQ V 6XU¿QJ &KDPS DQG :DLNDWR Sportsperson  of  the  Year  (2008). What   was   your   greatest   sporting   achievement?   World  Juniors  in  Tahiti  2004,  placed   13th  over  all. What  in  your  memory  is  the  highlight  of   \RXUVXU¿QJFDUHHUVRIDU"   Highlighting   one   thing   in   particular   just  seems  so  unfair  so...  being  so  lucky   to   travel   the   world,   see   amazing   new   countries  and  met  amazing  people. What   age   were   you   when   you   started   VXU¿QJ" Dad  had  me  in  the  water  pretty  young   but  I  really  got  obsessive  about  it  when  I   was  about  12.   +RZGLG\RXJHWLQYROYHGLQVXU¿QJ"   6XU¿QJ KDV DOZD\V EHHQ D 6DQWRULN IDPLO\ WKLQJ VXU¿QJ ZDWFKLQJ supporting   or   through   our   art.   I   was   born   into   it.   Mum   has   always   been   so   amazingly  supportive  and  dad  has  always   been  one  of  those  legendary  parents  that   ZRXOG ¿OP HYHU\ VXUI WDNH XV WR HYHU\ comp,  he  loves  it. Was   sport   encouraged   in   your   family   when  you  were  growing  up?   Yeah  Dad  had  us  all  in  the  water  when   we   are   really   young.   I   never   remember   being  told  to  go  surf  or  be  active,  it  was   more   like   I   was   told   not   try   not   surf   so   much  and  do  my  homework  haha.   What  advice  would  you  have  for  young   people  wanting  to  excel  at  sport?   ,W V SUHWW\ VLPSOH UHDOO\ ¿QG something   you   love.   It's   easy   to   learn   something  you  love Who  do  you  feel  inspired  by?   Obviously   the   worlds   best   but   I'm   inspired   also   by   real   life   people   here   in   rags.  people  that  are  ripping  and  having   fun.  Luke  Cederman  is  a  freak  of  nature.   I  could  watch  him  surf  all  day.  Tava  my   nephew,   he's   an   adorable   little   frothing   JURPZKRZLOOEHVXU¿QJEHWWHUWKDQPH soon. Tell   us   about   your   current   LQYROYHPHQW ZLWK VXU¿QJ" Surf   comps   are   only   run   in   summer   these   days   so   , PMXVWZDLWLQJIRUWKHPWR¿UHXSDJDLQ Really  get  excited.  Missing  the  challenge.   Best  traveling  experience?   Europe   with   mum   was   awesome!   Usually  you  can  only  do  one  comp  then   leave   to   the   next   but   Europe   allowed   us  to  do  a  few  events  and  be  tourists  in   between.  So  we  had  time  to  go  to  Paris,   eat   some   frogs   legs   and   snails   with   the   French,   climb   up   some   extremely   large   hills   to   some   of   the   worlds   oldest   most   beautiful   castles   in   Portugal   and   sun   bathe   (   Kiwi   style,   clothes   on)   next   to   naked  people  in  Spain What  are  your  future  plans  and  goals?  Plan  to  keep  competing  and  a  huge  goal   is   to   stay   at   the   top   of   New   Zealands   ZRPHQ VXU¿QJ 1= KDV VRPH DPD]LQJ up  and  coming  surfers  that  I'm  sure  will   keep  me  on  my  toes.

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Philippine Loose Bananas

Keri Fruit Juice/ Drink 2.4-3L

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WITH DOLE See instore for details

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Fresh NZ Prime Beef Mince

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Fresh Tegel NZ Chicken Drumsticks

Sweet Juicy Strawberries 250g

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Fresh’n Fruity Yoghurt (Excludes Thick & Creamy)

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DB Draught/Export Gold/Tui Bottles/Cans 330ml (Excludes Tui Blond/Dark)

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$ 99 each

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Next SuperGold Day, Tuesday, 5th November, 2013. 5% discount for Seniors on presentation of yourr

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Local, convenient & friendly Store Location: 16-18 Bow Street, Raglan. Phone 825 8300. Open 7.30am - 8pm, 7 Days. Specials available from Thursday, 24th October until Sunday, 27th October 2013 or while stocks last. We reserve the right to limit quantities. All limits specified apply per customer per day. Trade not supplied. Prepared meals are serving suggestions only. Props not included. Product range may vary from store to store. Proprietary brands not for resale. Customer Support Freephone 0800 40 40 40. *Price shown already includes discount of half price or more and is based on a non-promotional price that may vary between stores.

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Next week’s specials available to view from 12 noon each Sunday @

Save on fuel

At all our SuperValue Supermarkets Petrol discount vouchers available instore. Conditions apply. At participating stores.

See customer service for excluded items and further details.

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Talk to the Experts: This week we caught up with Jo and Freddy from 'Raglan Lawns'.

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'Violence Prevention Group' to run events Two   events   are   coming   up   which   are   aimed  at  raising  awareness  of  the  issue  of   violence  in  our  community  and  promoting   our  nonviolence  message. 7KH ¿UVW RI WKHVH LV %XGG\ 'D\ ZKLFK ZLOO EHKHOGRQ1RYHPEHU,QRXUFRPPXQLW\WKLV LV EHLQJ RUJDQLVHG E\ )DPLO\ :RUNV 1RUWKHUQ 5DJODQ$UHD6FKRRO5DJODQ&RPPXQLW\+RXVH DQG WKH 9LROHQFH 3UHYHQWLRQ *URXS  $OO WKH VFKRROV DUH ZRUNLQJ RQ GHFRUDWLQJ D ³%XGG\´ DQGWKHVH%XGGLHVZLOOEH³DGRSWHG´RXWLQWRWKH FRPPXQLW\IRUWKHGD\RQWK1RYHPEHU7KH IRFXVLVRQKHDOWK\KDSS\FKLOGUHQDQGSURPRWLRQ RIWKHPHVVDJHWKDWLWWDNHVDFRPPXQLW\WRUDLVH D FKLOG  ,I \RX DUH ZLOOLQJ WR WDNH RQ D %XGG\ ZKRPXVWDFFRPSDQ\\RXZKHUHYHU\RXJR±RU EHDWZRUNZLWK\RX ±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³FRPPLWFRQGRQHRUUHPDLQ VLOHQWDERXWYLROHQFHWRZRPHQ´1%:HQHHG DVWDJHRIVRPHVRUW DÃ&#x20AC;DWGHFNWUXFNZRXOGEH LGHDO VRLI\RXFDQKHOSSOHDVHFRQWDFWXV :HKRSHHYHU\RQHZLOOFRPHDORQJLQVXSSRUW DQG HQFRXUDJH ORFDO EXVLQHVVHV WR ³ZKLWH RXW´ WKHLUZLQGRZVWRKHOSXVSURPRWHWKHPHVVDJH ,I \RX ZRXOG OLNH VRPH RI WKH SURPRWLRQDO PDWHULDOSOHDVHSKRQH&KULVV\RQ 5DJODQ&RPPXQLW\+RXVH

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

In Brief: Local BP loses it owner Garrett   Automotive   staff   and   customers   were  reeling  yesterday  at  the  news  owner,   Cherie  Garrett,  had  died  suddenly. +HUGHDWKXQGHUVWRRGWREHIURPFRPSOLFDWLRQV DIWHUDUHFHQWNQHHRSHUDWLRQ±FRPHVRQO\DIHZ \HDUV DIWHU KHU KXVEDQG DQG EXVLQHVV SDUWQHU LQ WKH%3VHUYLFHVWDWLRQ*UDKDPGLHGRIFDQFHU

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

12  Wallis  St PO  Box  164 RAGLAN

James Wallace : 07 825 5396

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

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

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RAGLAN Chronicle 9


ARBORIST

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Phone Rob Short 0274 846 124 or A/H 825 0246

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Ph Dean 027 482 3130 or 07 825 8132 central-­drainage@hotmail.com

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Courses, classes & workshops

For Sale THE METALYARD : Pipes, parts, metal, wheels, bikes, miscellaneous treasures @ Xtreme Waste 8250017 DRY SPLIT PINE Ă&#x20AC;UHZRRG  SHU P3. Contact Dan 0292 486 316

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

Wanted SPCA APPEAL wanted, not door. Ph Mike

ANNUAL collectors door to 825 6769

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SAT 26 OCT @ HARBOUR VIEW HOTEL, DECIBEL. Live Rock, female vocals and female drummer starts 9.30pm. SAT 26 OCT @ YOT CLUB, CORNERSTONE ROOTS with DJ JAMIN-I, Presales @ Raglan Roast or HYHQWĂ&#x20AC;QGHUFRQ] SUN 27 OCT @ THE WHARF, Smokehouse band live, 3 â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;til 6.30pm. SUN 27 OCT @ YOT CLUB, SUNDAY SESSION, First Summer Session, Djs and Special Guests, Free From 4.30pm.

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RAGLAN WEST, SUNNY COMMERCIAL LEASE 2 bdrms + sleepout, N/P, 300sqm, High Stud New, N/S, $320pw ph 027 257 HPDLOVKHU\ONHU#[WUDFRQ] 8887. Flatmate Wanted 3 BEDROOM fully fenced West Rags $300 SINGLE ROOM AVAILABLE to share with p/wk Phone 0272406563

early Dec. Long term rental, family, no pets. Ph 021409268 4 BDRM HOUSE from now for 6 mnths, pref close to town, good, reliable, working tenants, no pets. Ph 027 493 5144

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Notice is hereby given that the Waikato District Council, for the purpose of allowing the New Zealand Transport Agency to undertake construction activities on the Waikato Expressway, Rangiriri Section, will close XLI&VMHKIXSSVHMREV]ZILMGYPEVXVEJ½GSRXLIHEXIPMWXIH FIPS[)QIVKIRG]WIVZMGIWLEZIFIIRRSXM½IH

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Road: Date: Time:

POOL OPEN DAY â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Labour Day Monday â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 28th October 1.00pm â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 4.00 pm Raglan Area School Pool â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Gold Coin entry EVERYONE WELCOME !!

Rangiriri Bridge 8 November to 11 November 2013 6.00pm Friday to 6am Monday

This notice is given pursuant to the Tenth Schedule of the Local Government Act 1974.

Temporary Road Closure

Lane Swimming from 6.00 pm and Swimming Lessons starting on 7th November 2013

Waimaori Road Notice is hereby given that the Waikato District Council, for the purpose of allowing the Waikato Off-road Racing Club to hold an event, will close Waimaori Road for the period set out below. For the period of closure of the roads, the following provision [MPPFIQEHIJSVSVHMREV]ZILMGYPEVXVEJ½G[LMGL[SYPH otherwise use the roads. The road sections will be QERRIHEXMRXIVWIGXMSRWF]GPIEVP]MHIRXM½EFPIQEVWLEPW equipped with radio communication and access will be provided in the event of an emergency.

BECOME A MEMBER! Memberships are now available for the new swim season. Forms available on the day or download from our website. RSC   members enjoy significant discounts on club events/activities. Prices are listed on our website.  are selling food and drinks to fundraise for new equipment. Come along, We join and support the swim club, have fun! As  a special introductory offer to welcome our new swim coach Jacqui Bell into the community, we are offering 30 min private coaching sessions for the special price of $25.00 per session â&#x20AC;&#x201C; open to everyone. We look forward to  working with Jacqui who brings with her a wealth of knowledge and experience.  Sessions available Thursday 31st Oct â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Saturday 2nd Nov. Spaces are limited! Be in quick â&#x20AC;&#x201C; payment will secure booking. E-mail us to arrange booking.

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Sunday 27 October 2013 9.00 am to 3.30 pm Waimaori Road

This notice is given pursuant to the Tenth Schedule of the Local Government Act 1974.



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Visit our website: www.sportsground.co.nz/raglanswimclub email us at raglanswimclub@gmail.com or check us out on Facebook. Contact: Mel Brydon 021 16 600 67 for more information

29th March 2014

Temporary Road Closure Rangiriri Bridge on Glen Murray Road

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@ THE SAT 26 OCT @ MON RAGLAN GOLF RAGLAN CLUB. 500 CLUB. From 10am. cards, 1pm. Labour your Weekend MAINLY TRX CircuitMUSIC Improve Openpower! Golf Comp. All Mondays Classes paddle & welcome. We d n e s d a y s 2QHKRXUFDUGLRVWUHQJWKIRFXV 6SRUWVSHFLÂżFSHUVRQDO F U N D R A I S I N G 9.30am@ Te Uku WUDLQLQJ FODVVHV 0RQ7KXUVSP CARWASH Sat 26 Oct Church. )ULDP WKDWIRFXVRQVWUHQJWK  @ FDUGLR Bow   St Motors for TUES 0XVW3UH%RRNPD[SHU @ RAGLAN Bullsharks soccer trip CLUB FODVV -Texas Whale Bay to Wellington. Whale6.30pm. Bay Holdâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;em Fitness Studio Fitness @ StudioRaglan MATCHBOX SHOW WED &DOO7RP 26th-31st October @ Club, &DOO7RP )XQ 4XL] ZZZZKDOHED\ÂżWQHVVFRP the Raglan Old SchoolZZZZKDOHED\ÂżWQHVVFRP 6:45pm. Arts Centre. WEDNESDAYS @ RAGLAN ART BLACKSAND CAFĂ&#x2030;. GROUP Annual Knitting Circle from Exhibition @ Raglan 9.30am. All welcome. Town Hall, 26-28 Oct, Beginners welcome. 10am - 4pm, free. R A G L A N KARIOI QUILTERS RAMBLERS WED EXHIBITION @ Town 30 OCTOBER: 9am Hall, Labour Weekend, at carpark next to 26, 27 & 28 October, Ă&#x20AC;UH VWDWLRQ 7H 0DWD 10am to 4pm daily. domain to 327m NZ CHAMPIONSHIP Magic Mountain â&#x20AC;&#x201C; FINAL off-road racing bring lunch. 238 Waimaori Rd - Te FREE CV WRITING & Mata. 10am-3pm Sat BUDGET Assistance 26 & Sun 27 Oct. @ Raglan Community CAR BOOT SALE, House. Appointments Sunday 27 October required. 8258142. 2013, Raglan Club R U READY, Ladies Carpark. Site Fee $5, show us your Contact 825 8521. Gurnard, Jan 6-11, This Sunday 10 a.m. 2014 Vision Church LAST WED OF THE Raglanwest MONTH @ THE RAGLAN CLUB. 60â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Yvette Music â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;nâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Mingles, Harry-Wright NDUDRNH  UDIĂ HV All welcome 7 Taipari Ave. 11am. Enquiries Contact: 825 7305 Geoff Meek 825 0488.

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RAGLAN Chronicle 11


Raglan Real Estate Ltd Licenced (REAA 2008)

AUCTION: Fri 1st November 2013 - SP5D\:KLWH2IĂ&#x20AC;FH%RZ6W5DJODQ DONâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;T FORGET OUR PURCHASER/VENDOR PROMOTION!!! List or purchase in the next 3 months & be in to win:

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Tucked  away  is  this  quality  built,   excellently  maintained  3  bedroom   home.  Drive  up  the  driveway  and  be   impressed.  The  living  area  opens  out   to  sun  drenched  decking,  capturing   morning  and  afternoon  sun.  The  location   is  excellent  â&#x20AC;&#x201C;  close  to  bush  lined  board   walk,  estuary  for  close  kayak  access,   walking  distance  to  town  and  school.  A   very  well  planted  1413  m2  site. Prior  Auction   offers   OPEN HOME considered.

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First  home  buyers  your  search  is  over!   This  welcoming  home  offers  3  good  sized   bedrooms  a  wood  burner  to  keep  the  family   cozy  through  winter  and  has  been  partially   renovated.  The  616m2  section  is  surprisingly   private,  well  fenced  safe  backyard  and  even   includes  a  large  concrete  area  perfect  for   young  kids  on  their  bikes.  With  a  double   garage  as  well  this  property  has  it  all  and  still   provides  an  opportunity  to  add  value.  Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t   delay;  you  might  be  surprised  just  how  cheap   this  little  beauty  will  beâ&#x20AC;Ś  Prior  Auction  offers   considered.

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You  are  just  a  walk  to  Lorenzen  Bay.  It  is   our  privilege  to  market  this  very  solid  4   bedroom  family  home.  Featuring  polished   WLPEHUĂ&#x20AC;RRULQJDFRYHUHGSDWLRDUHDDQGLW is  fully  fenced.  As  you  enter  the  gate  you  will   feel  the  peace  and  the  privacy,  â&#x20AC;&#x153;thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  no   place  like  home.â&#x20AC;?  This  is  it!!    Mature  trees,   Ă&#x20AC;DWPVLWH7KLVLVWKHRULJLQDO/RUHQ]HQ Family  Home.  â&#x20AC;&#x153;They  donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t  build  them  like  this   now,â&#x20AC;?  many  have  been  heard  to  comment.   Bring  the  family,  the  boat  and  pets.  Thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   room  for  the  lot!    Solid,  Safe  and  Sound   family  living  at  its  best!    Prior  Auction  offers   considered.

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Saturday  1pm 2a  Bayview  Rd

A  great  opportunity  to  secure  a  family   home  or  maybe  an  investor  will  appreciate   the  value  on  offer.  3  bedrooms,  open  plan   living,  large  decking  and  views  out  to  the   KDUERXU$OVRIHDWXULQJDVOHHSRXWSHUIHFW for  extended  friends  and  family  plus  a   garage,  workshop  and  carport.  This  property   is  fully  fenced  and  also  offers  extra  off  street   parking.  An  absolute  must  see!

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IDEAL FAMILY LIVING

BUSH & BAY VIEWS

1930â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  bach  adapted  to  modern  living   featuring: Â&#x2021;7ZRGRXEOHEHGURRPVRQHVLQJOHEHGURRP Â&#x2021;&RPELQHGEDWKURRPSOXVH[WUDWRLOHW Â&#x2021;&RUQHUVHFWLRQPVLQJOHOHYHOZLWKD sunny  aspect Â&#x2021;*UHDWRXWGRRUĂ&#x20AC;RZIRUWKRVHVXPPHU%%4 enjoying  harbor  &  bush  views  in  a  great   location Â&#x2021;)XOO\UHIXUELVKHGLQFOXGLQJURRISOXPELQJ &  electrics Will  leave  a  lasting  impression,  so  donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t   delay!  Prior  Auction  offers considered.

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OPEN HOME Saturday  2pm 61a  Lorenzen  Rd

CALLING ALL FIRST TIME BUYERS! $310,000

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1960â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  3  bedroom  property  well   presented  with  carport.  Fully   fenced,  private  525m²  section,  large   entertaining  deck  with  harbour  and   rural  views.  Close  to  town.  This  is  a   PXVWIRUDOOÂżUVWWLPHEX\HUV

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OPEN HOME

OPEN HOME Sunday  2pm 532  Okete  Rd

CHARMING CHARACTER

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Here  is  your  chance  to  live  The  Kiwi  Dream   and  own  in  sought  after  Cliff  Street. 3  Bedroom  plus  carport,  character  property   just  across  the  road  from  the  beach.  Crafted   almost  entirely  of  timber.  Mature  garden   with  fruit  trees  including  apple,  plum,   SHDFKRUDQJHOHPRQDSULFRW¿JJXDYD tamerillo,  goji  berries,  boysenberries  and   grapes.  Ideal  for  principal  residence  or   holiday  accommodation.  Short  walk  to  town   centre  and  all  amenities.  Prior  Auction  offers   considered.

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Country  living  at  its  best  so  close  to  Raglan   town  you  will  be  there  in  just  5  minutes.   This  lovely  family  home  has  3/4  bedrooms,   2  living  and  large  open  plan  kitchen  and   GLQLQJĂ&#x20AC;RZLQJRXWRQWRDODUJHQRUWKIDFLQJ deck.  Situated  on  2.57  hectares  of  fenced   paddocks  and  with  wonderful  wide  harbour   and  rural  views.  Properties  like  this  donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t   come  on  the  market  often,  if  you  are  looking   for  a  lifestyle  property  close  to  town  this  has   got  to  be  the  one.  Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t  risk  missing  this  one,   call  today.

Â&#x2021;1RUWKIDFLQJEHGURRPÂśV character  bungalow,  with  double  garage. Â&#x2021;%RUGHULQJ:DLQXLEXVKUHVHUYHRQ two  sides. Â&#x2021;1RFRYHQDQWV Â&#x2021;3URSHUW\RIIHUVHDV\DFFHVVWRVXUI (5  mins  walk)  with  Mountain  views   and  glimpse  of  the  harbour. Â&#x2021;PVHFWLRQZLWKHVWDEOLVKHG natives,  fruit  trees  and  idyllic  stream. Â&#x2021;3ULRU$XFWLRQRIIHUVFRQVLGHUHG

OPEN HOME Saturday  12pm 29a  Cliff  St

OPEN HOMES this weekend 26th, 27th & 28th Oct Saturday  12pm  -­  1  Cross  St

Sunday  12pm  -­  472  Wainui  Rd

Saturday  12pm  -­  29a  Cliff  St

Sunday  1pm  -­  71  Lorenzen  Bay  Rd

Saturday  1pm  -­  19  Tutchen  Ave  

Sunday  2pm  -­  532  Okete  Rd

Saturday  1pm  -­  2a  Bay  View  Rd Saturday  2pm  -­  61a  Lorenzen  Bay  Rd

Monday  12pm  -­  67  Lorenzen  Bay  Rd   Monday  1pm  -­  26  Cambrae  Rd Monday  2pm  -­  57  Government  Rd

21  Bow  St,  Raglan    Phone:  07  825  8669    Fax:  07  825  7410      Website:  www.rwraglan.co.nz    Email:  raglan.nz@raywhite.com 12 RAGLAN Chronicle

Sunday  12pm 472  Wainui  Rd


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