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5th September 2013 - Issue #357

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To  the  Editor, A  big  thank  you  to  Raglan  for  their   support  of  Daffodil  day.    It  was  a  cool  day   with  fresh  winds  but  a  ray  of  sunshine  and  

a  lot  of  generous  people  donating.    We   raised  around  the  $1000  mark  which  was   awesome.  So  huge  thanks  to  everyone.     Raglan  Volunteer  Collectors  

Independent review of overflow at Raglan wastewater treatment plant complete $Q LQGHSHQGHQW UHYLHZ LQWR WKH RYHUĂ&#x20AC;RZ RI SDUWLDOO\ WUHDWHG ZDVWHZDWHU DW 5DJODQÂśV WUHDWPHQWSODQWLVFRPSOHWHZLWK VHYHUDO UHFRPPHQGDWLRQV PDGH WRLPSURYHRSHUDWLRQV Waikato   District   Council   has   already   implemented   a   number   of   the   recommendations   included   in   the   consultantâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   report   on   the   June   24   spill   and   is   developing   an   action   plan  to  ensure  the  remaining  items  are   completed. The   report   shows   that   around   5000cu   m   of   partially   treated   waste   water,  only  half  of  the  original  amount   estimated,   entered   a   tributary   of   the   Raglan  Harbour. A   number   of   factors   were   found   WR KDYH FRQWULEXWHG WR WKH RYHUĂ&#x20AC;RZ including  the  failure  of  the  discharge   pumps   to   start   operating   and   a   lack  

of  telemetry  alarms  in  the  event  of  a   pump  failure. Waikato   District   Council   General   Manager  Service  Delivery  Tim  Harty   says   the   investigation   has   found   several   areas   where   improvements   need   to   be   made   to   avoid   similar   incidents  in  the  future. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We   are   extremely   disappointed   ZLWK WKH ÂżQGLQJV RI WKLV UHSRUW DV LW highlights   several   operational   issues   from  technical  to  operator  error  which   contributed  to  the  event.â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;A   number   of   these   issues   have   already   been   addressed,   including   fast   tracking   a   planned   upgrade   of   our   monitoring   system,   and   we   are   committed   to   implementing   the   other  recommendations  as  quickly  as   possible.â&#x20AC;? Waikato   Regional   Council   has   completed  an  initial  site  investigation   and   is   continuing   their   investigation   LQWRWKHRYHUĂ&#x20AC;RZ Weather Map

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Sunny and clear skies

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S 25 am SW 25 pm

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Mainly fine with possible showers

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Clearing work marks start of peninsula-tip planting project They  now  have  the  use  of  the  Toyota  Hilux  for  the   UHVWRI6HSWHPEHUWRVHHWKHSURMHFWWKURXJKWRLWVÂżQLVK Raglan  Area  School  students  will  plant  450  of  the   WUHHV RQ WKH ODVW )ULGD\ RI WKH PRQWK ZLWK WKH ÂżQDO 150  scheduled  to  be  planted  by  the  community  on  the   6DWXUGD\PRUQLQJ$QHFRIHVWLYDODQGÂżOPVFUHHQLQJ in   the   town   hall   is   planned   during   the   afternoon   to   celebrate,  with  Whaingaroa  Environment  Centre  â&#x20AC;&#x201C;  busy   itself  planting  â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;food  forestsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;  around  town  â&#x20AC;&#x201C;  coordinating   speakers  and  stall-­holders  at  the  event. Meridian   Energy   has   helped   fund   the   project   through   its   Te   Uku   wind   farm   community   initiative   scheme.       Edith  Symes

Registered Valuers Pitching in: Sam Judd (left) and Riley Webster of Sustainable Coastlines help clear the tip of the peninsula ready for tree planting

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orrections   Department   work   gangs  were  busy  with  slashers,   spades  and  rakes  last  weekend   clearing  unwanted  vegetation  to  make   way   for   the   planting   of   600   native   trees   around   the   tip   of   the   Raglan   Area   School   peninsula   at   the   end   of   the  month. The   30-­odd   workers   will   be   back   for   another   two   weekends   as   they   rid   the   area   of  privet,  pampas  grass,  asparagus,  tobacco   ZHHG DQG VRPH JRUVH LQ WKH ÂżUVW VWDJH RI a   restoration   project   being   undertaken   by   several   eco-­conscious   community   groups   during  â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Sustainable  Septemberâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;. Principal  Malcolm  Cox  says  itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  a  â&#x20AC;&#x153;huge   shift   forwardâ&#x20AC;?   for   the   area,   which   is   used   by   the   school   for   outdoor   education   and   also   by   the   public   who   cross   through   the   school  grounds  while  trekking  the  bush-­clad   Kaitoke  walkway  hugging  the  inner  harbour. And   he   was   grateful   last   Saturday   to   Auckland-­based   eco   charity   group   Sustainable  Coastlines,  which  has  organised   the  three  weekends  of  working  bees  to  make   way   for   the   new   plants   â&#x20AC;&#x201C;   some   of   them   pohutukawa  â&#x20AC;&#x201C;  which  have  been  nurtured  by   Whaingaroa  Harbour  Care.  

One  hundred  of  the  600  trees  have  also   been  â&#x20AC;&#x153;generously  donatedâ&#x20AC;?  by  Harbour  Care   Âą D QRQSURÂżW RUJDQLVDWLRQ Âą 6XVWDLQDEOH Coastlines   co-­founder   Sam   Judd   told   the   Chronicle   on   Saturday   as   the   hard   work   of   clearing  the  land  began.   The   muscle-­power   behind   the   project   FRPHV FRXUWHV\ RI ÂżYH RU VL[ YDQORDGV of   community   probation   service   workers   who  regularly  help  out  schools,  maraes  and   charities  around  the  Waikato. â&#x20AC;&#x153;These   guys   are   a   fantastic   resource,â&#x20AC;?   enthused   Sam,   part   of   the   Sustainable   Coastlines  crew  whoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d  briefed  them  on  the   project   that   morning   downtown   at   Raglan   Community   House.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve   really   got   stuck  in.â&#x20AC;? Sustainable   Coastlines   is   renowned   for   organising   beach   clean-­ups   around   the   country,   and   has   picked   up   numerous   national   environmental   awards   along   the   way. Group   members   â&#x20AC;&#x201C;   including   communication   education   manager   Ryley   Webster   â&#x20AC;&#x201C;   arrived   in   Raglan   on   Saturday   morning   in   a   donated   vehicle,   after   recent   publicity  in  the  â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Herald  on  Sundayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;  told  how   their  4WD  truck  had  been  stolen  and  theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d   had  to  hitch-­hike  to  Raglan  for  a  meeting.  

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Raglanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   seen   its   share   of   light   aircraft   tragedies   in   recent   years   â&#x20AC;&#x201C;   and   now   itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   had   a   sobering   reminder   thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   always   a   chance   large   passenger   jets   can   also   get   into  trouble  in  local  skies.

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Associationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   meet-­the-­candidates   meeting,   which   starts   at   the   town   hall   at   10am   on   the   Saturday   (September   14).     Association   president   Bob   MacLeod   â&#x20AC;&#x201C;   who,   as   a   continuing   community   board   member,   will   hand   the   meeting   over   to   an   independent   moderator   â&#x20AC;&#x201C;   says   Raglan   ward   candidates     The   occasion   is   the   Raglan   Clint   Baddeley   and   Alan   Vink   Residents   and   Ratepayers   ZLOO HDFK KDYH ÂżYH PLQXWHV WR

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Meridian Te Uku Community Fund Meridian recognises the special contribution local communities make to our hydro and wind operations, and to the countryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s electricity sector. The Meridian Te Uku Community Fund gives your community a say on what local initiatives are supported and funded by Meridian. The Fund, managed by a panel of community members and Meridian staff, is about working together to build strong communities. The Meridian Te Uku Community Fund is for the communities of Raglan, Te Mata, Waitetuna and Te Uku and will provide $120,000 to help community projects in this area over three years.

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Ă&#x20AC;HGJOLQJ 5DJODQ YHKLFOH UHQWDO FRPSDQ\ VSHFLDOLVLQJ LQ IXOO\ NLWWHG RXW VXUI FDPSHUYDQV LV QRZ UDWLQJ VHFRQG LQ WKH FRXQWU\ IRU FXVWRPHU VDWLVIDFWLRQ DIWHU DWWUDFWLQJ D VWULQJRIUDYHUHYLHZVRQOLQH The   series   of   10/10   scores   on   Rankers,   an   independent   travel   reviews   website,   has   PiwiWiwi   up   LQWR WKH WRS WKUHH ZKHUH LW ÂżQGV itself   sandwiched   between   two   much   larger   and   longer   established   companies  â&#x20AC;&#x201C;  New  Zealand  Frontiers. com  and  Wilderness  Motorhomes. Niall   Darwin   and   partner   Anna   Cunningham   set   up   PiwiWiwi   from   their   Raglan   West   home   only   two   years  ago,  shortly  after  moving  here   from  Britain. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We   found   a   niche   (in   the   market)   and   decided   to   go   for   it,â&#x20AC;?   Anna   recalled   for   the   Chronicle   this   week   while   Niall   â&#x20AC;&#x201C;   perhaps   unsurprisingly  given  the  core  nature   of  their  business  â&#x20AC;&#x201C;  was  out  for  a  surf. The   couple   are   so   â&#x20AC;&#x153;stokedâ&#x20AC;?   to   have   nudged   the   countryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   number   two   rated   rentals   company   down   the   rankings   a   notch   that   Niall   got   local   signwriter   Dan   Mills   to   print   a   â&#x20AC;&#x153;cheekyâ&#x20AC;?   T-­shirt   to   mark   the   achievement   and   proudly   donned   it   for  a  Chronicle  photo. Rankers   is   the   only   place   customers   can   leave   ratings   for   campervan  rentals,  Anna  explains,  as   the  bigger  travel  website  TripAdvisor   doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t  categorise  them. And   the   secret   to   the   success   of   their   small   but   growing   venture?   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re   really   focused   on   customer  

care,â&#x20AC;?   says   Anna.     She   believes   in   treating  people  as  theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d  wish  to  be   treated  themselves. â&#x20AC;&#x153;A  lot  of  people  like  choosing  a   smaller   company   over   the   big   guys   too,â&#x20AC;?  she  adds. Another   advantage   is   that   travellers   get   to   start   their   holiday   in   Raglan,   which   is   a   plus   for   their   VXUÂżQJFOLHQWHOH Anna   and   Niall   started   out   with   just   six   niftily   converted   Toyota   HiAce   campervans   and   â&#x20AC;&#x201C;   while   theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re   still   â&#x20AC;&#x153;going   sweetâ&#x20AC;?   thanks   in   part   to   Niallâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   background   as   an   engineer   â&#x20AC;&#x201C;   the   enterprising   couple   KDYH QRZ H[SDQGHG WKHLU Ă&#x20AC;HHW WR include   three   BaseJumpers,   Fiat   Ducato-­based   campervans   which   have   the   advantage   of   a   toilet   and   shower. Like   their   smaller   vans   the   BaseJumpers,   or   the   beasts   as   they   call   them,   can   carry   multiple   long   and   short   surfboards   strapped   securely   inside   to   the   roof   and   upright  behind  the  driverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  seat.      But   WKH\ÂśUHGHÂżQLWHO\ÂłSRVKHU´DQGPXFK roomier.     Anna   and   Niall   trialled   a   BaseJumper   on   their   respective   parents   when   they   visited   from   the   UK  last  year,  and  have  just  travelled   the  South  Island  for  seven  weeks  in   one  themselves. Piwiwiwi   also   has   two   Nissan   Wingroads   and   two   Toyota   Prius   hybrids  which  it  rents  out  to  travellers   or  even  to  locals  when  the  family  car   may   be   out   of   action.   The   demand   for   cars   as   well   as   vans   came   as   a   bit  of  a  surprise,  says  Anna,  but  is  a   good   alternative   to   Hamilton   rental   companies  for  their  local  clientele.   Edith  Symes

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

TO APPLY FOR FUNDING The closing date for Meridian Te Uku Community Fund applications is 5 September, 2013.

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For more information on the Meridian Te Uku Community Fund, or for an application form, please visit meridian.co.nz or email community.fund@meridianenergy.co.nz You can also call us on 03 357 9732.

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Memorial Trophy clinched â&#x20AC;&#x153;I  think  Cowboy  would  have   been   very   happy   with   our   efforts,â&#x20AC;?   is   how   Raglanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   Josie   Warren   summed   up   the  outcome  of  the  inaugural   â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Di   and   Cowboyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;   memorial   trophy  played  between  8  ball   and   dart   enthusiasts   from   Tokoroa   Cosmopolitan   and   Raglan   Club   at   the   Raglan   Club  recently. ,Q D QDLOELWHU ÂżQLVK 5DJODQ FODLPHGWKHVWXQQLQJ.DXULWURSK\ GHGLFDWHG WR WKH PHPRU\ RI KHU KXVEDQG %ULDQ &RZER\  :DUUHQ ZKR GLHG RI FDQFHU LQ $SULO DQG 7RNRURDÂśV 'LDQH 'LFN ZKR GLHG ODVW2FWREHU 'LÂśV GDXJKWHU 7DQLD 2NHURD VDLGLWZDVÂżWWLQJWKHWURSK\FDUU\ &RZER\ÂśVDQG'LÂśVQDPHVDVERWK

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New plans for Karioi Classic

L to R: Josie Warren, Elizabeth Warren (Cowboyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Mum) and Diane Dickâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s daughter Tania Okeroa, holding a photo of her Mum

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Billy Stairmand finishes runner-up Local  

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Billy Stairmand on his way to a podium finish at the ASP 3-Star Pantin Classic Galicia Pro. Image: ASP Europe

It   might   be   still   a   while   away   but   Karioi   Classic   organizers   Lisa   Thomson   and   Dirk   De   Ruysscher   have   already   been   working   hard   on   preparing   next   yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   5th   anniversary   of   the   already   iconic   cycling   race   around  our  Maunga. 7KH ELNH FRXUVH ZLOO EH VLJQLÂżFDQWO\ GLIIHUHQW ZLWK DQ H[WHQVLRQ RI URXJKO\ NP ZKLFK ZLOO WDNH ULGHUV WKURXJK 7H 0DWD DORQJ:DLPRDUL5GDQG7XWXULPX5G $OVRQHZZLOOEHWKHWHDPRSWLRQ 7HDPVRIFDQHQWHUWKHUDFHDQGGR NPHDFKWKLVRSWLRQLVSHUIHFWIRU ÂłWKHQRWVRNHHQRQNP´RQHV %XWWKHELJJHVWFKDQJHZLOOEHWKH DGGLWLRQRIWKH.DULRL&ODVVLF5XQ 5XQQHUVZLOOEDVLFDOO\IROORZWKH RULJLQDOELNHFRXUVHEXWZLWKDWZLVW +DOIZD\LQWRWKHUXQWKHFRXUVH ZLOO GHWRXU RQWR 0W .DULRL ZKLFK ZLOOWXUQWKLVHYHQWLQWRDJUDYHOUXQ RIIURDGH[SHULHQFH 7KLV UDFH ZLOO DOVR EH RSHQ WR LQGLYLGXDOVDQGWHDPV /LVD DQG 'LUN KDYH DOUHDG\ VHFXUHG6KRH&OLQLFDVPDLQVSRQVRU DQGDPDMRUUXQQLQJVKRHEUDQGZLOO EH UHYHDOHG DV VSRQVRU ODWHU LQ WKH \HDU :LWKJURZLQJQXPEHUVHDFK\HDU QH[W \HDUÂśV VSHFLDO HGLWLRQ FRXOG EH KXJH 7KHDGGLWLRQRIWKHWHDPRSWLRQV FRXOG OHDG WR D PDMRU LQFUHDVH LQ UHJLVWUDWLRQVDQGYLVLWRUVWRRXUWRZQ LQWKHWUDGLWLRQDOO\VORZZLQWHUWLPH .HHSZDWFKLQJWKLVVSDFH

VOTE BRUCE

A bit of my time: Olly Coddington relaxes with a home brew, Raglan Roast, while on a break from television duties in Auckland.

CAMERON FOR MAYOR WAIKATO DISTRICT COUNCIL

LEADERSHIP THATâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S

INCLUSIVE, INSPIRING, INVOLVED. For more good reasons to vote for Bruce visit www.brucecameron.co.nz or phone 027 453 1382 AUTHORISED BY BRUCE CAMERON, GLENULLEN, 2443 HIGHWAY 22, TUAKAU

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Country Fresh Washed Potato Range 2kg

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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, 5th September until Sunday, 8th September 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.

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Next weekâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s specials available to view from 12 noon each Sunday @

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Raglan Clubâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s entertainment bill a family affair I

f   you   have   ever   wondered   just   what   goes   on   behind   the   doors   of   Raglanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   chartered   club,   located   opposite   the   3RVW 2IÂżFH LQ %RZ 6WUHHW D JROGHQ opportunity  is  about  to  present. A   couple   of   special   days   have   been   planned,   starting   with   extraordinary   hypnotist   Nigel   Kennedy   and   outstanding   harmonica   player   Brent   Jupp   performing   on   Friday   13th   September,   starting   at   7.30   pm.     There   is   no   cover  charge  and  for  those  who  are  less  familiar   with  the  club  and  its  facilities  the  evening  gives   a  chance  to  mix  and  mingle  with  the  hundreds   of  regular  members â&#x20AC;&#x153;Youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll   be   made   to   feel   very   welcome   by   our  members  and  friendly  bar  staff,â&#x20AC;?  says  club   secretary/manager  Norman  Curtis. Then  on  the  next  day  a  special  Family  Fun   Open   Day,   complete   with   prizes   for   children   and   adults   alike,   kicks   off   at   11   am   and   goes   through   to   2   pm.    A   sausage   sizzle   will   help   keep   the   hunger   pangs   away   and   there   will   be   lots   of   activity   for   the   kids   as   well   as   information   available   about   joining   the   club,   which   has   been   made   a   lot   more   accessible   for  people  with  the  introduction  of  a  new  $20   subscription  per  year. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve  been  really  thrilled  with  the  number   of   new   members   who   have   joined   just   in   the   past  month,  totalling  30  at  this  time.    Some  are   members  returning  from  an  absence  but  there   are  many  new  faces,  bringing  some  fresh  blood  

into   the   club,â&#x20AC;?   says   club   secretary/manager   Norman  Curtis. The   real   heart   of   the   club,   Norman   says,   resides   in   the   activity   sections   and   most   PHPEHUVÂżQGWKHPVHOYHVGUDZQWRMRLQLQJRQH or  two  of  them  as  they  get  to  see  the  range  of   things  they  can  easily  get  involved  in. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve   got   a   dartâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   club   that   really   taken   off  in  the  last  few  months,  along  with  snooker/8   EDOOWUDYHOLQGRRUDQGRXWGRRUERZOVÂżVKLQJ the  60â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  club,  and  you  donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t  have  to  be  60  to   join  it,  plus  500  cards.    Thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  something  for   everyone  to  enjoy,  including  our  very  popular   quiz   night   on   Wednesday   and   membership   draws   on   Wednesday   and   Friday   night   which   can   jackpot   to   thousands   of   dollars,â&#x20AC;?   Norman   says. And  for  those  13  years  and  older,  a  special   membership  category  gives  access  to  the  clubâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   facilities  for  $5  per  year. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Already   we   have   half   a   dozen   youth   members   who   are   out   there   involved   in   the   sections   and   really   enjoying   themselves.     Young   Ashleigh   Jeffcoat,   an   outdoor   bowler   showing   outstanding   promise,   has   come   into   the  sport  through  joining  our  club.â&#x20AC;? Activity   between   the   Raglan   Club   and   other   chartered   clubs   adds   another   dimension   of  energy  into  the  club,  as  evidenced  recently   by   the   visit   of   keen   Tokoroa   8   ball   and   dart   players. Many   club   members   make   use   of   the   fact  

Performing at Raglan Club: Magician Nigel Kennedy and Mr Funny Bunny

that   the   substantial   car-­park   at   the   side   of   the   club   is   free   for   them   to   use   at   any   time   once   they  join,  saving  them  the  hassle  of  worrying   about  getting  a  parking  ticket  for  being  out  on   many  of  Raglanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  shopping  streets. Anyone   wishing   to   visit   the   club   to   get   a   feel  for  it  to  see  if  they  would  like  to  become  

a   member   is   welcome   to   make   a   couple   of   visits   and   be   signed   in   before   committing   to   membership.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re   also   hoping   those   interested   will   come  along  on  the  13th  or  14th  to  see  just  how   much   fun   can   be   had   as   a   member   of   Raglan   Club,â&#x20AC;?  Norman  adds.      Sue  Russell

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Brent  will  show  many  sizes  and  types  of   KDUPRQLFDœVDQGSOD\DYDULHW\RIPXVLF from  around  the  world  including  our   very  own  Aotearoa!  Sit  back,  relax     and  enjoy  the  sounds  of  this  truly   XQLTXHPXVLFDOLQVWUXPHQW                    THE  HARMONICA  

BRING  YOUR  CHILDREN  &  GRANDCHILDREN  ALONG  AND...    

Join  your  MC  Brent  Jupp,  BJ  Bear,     Charlie  Chicken    &  Nigel  Kennedy  the  Magician  

For  a  full  on  day  of  FUN  for  all  ages  



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  1LJHO.HQQHG\œV+LODULRXV+\SQRVLV6KRZLVWKHXOWLPDWHLQIXQ   90  minutes  of  side  splitting  laughter  that  will  have  the  audience  in   fits  of  laughter  guaranteed!   See  the  show  or  be  the  show,  the  choice  is  yours.   The  volunteers  will  have  the  time  of  their  life  as  they  become  the   STARS  of  the  show.    *HWUHDG\WRODXJKRXWORXG  

 

Friday  13th  September   At  the   RAGLAN  CLUB   Bow  Street,  Raglan.   Show  starts  at     7.30p.m.  

Music,  Games,     Balloon  Sculpture,   Giveaways,  and   lots  of  family     Entertainment.    Fun  and  laughter     guaranteed

Fun  prizes  to  be   won  by  the     children  and     WKHDGXOWVZRQœW   be  left  out  either!  

RAGLAN Chronicle 7


Top picks of the 2013 Raglan Film Festival Spring  in  the  garden Spring   is   here   -­   a   life   changing   time  of  year  for  all  seeds  and  plants.   Whether   itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   the   blossom,   seed   JHUPLQDWLRQ VSULQJ EXOE Ă&#x20AC;RZHUV RU growth   on   the   roses,   it   is   all   about   more   sunlight,     moisture,   and   rising   air  and  ground  temperatures.   Wield  a  hoe  on  all  weeds;Íž  in  fact   work   the   topsoil   around   the   garden   often.  Plant  what  you  will.  This  month   and  next  you  can  risk  many  seeds  and   plants  with  a  bit  of  loving  care.  Seeds,   LI ÂżQH HJ FDUURWV OHWWXFH SHWXQLDV need   to   be   sprinkled   on   the   surface   with  just  a  light  coating  of  seed  mix  or   ÂżQH VDQG /DUJHU VHHGV SHDV EHDQV potatoes  and  salvias,  need  more  depth   of   soil   over   them.   It   is   too   early   for   most  main  crops,  eg  potatoes,  but  put   a   few   in   and   more   in   three   weeksâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;   time.   Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   still   a   month   too   early   for   pumpkins,  cucumbers,  zucchini,  sweet   corn,  and  tomatoes.  With  lettuce  seed   or  plants  try  the  new  mesclun  mixes,   a   gourmet   salad   blend,   which   gives   \RXDPL[RIOHDIFRORXUVDQGĂ&#x20AC;DYRXUV These  lettuce  donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t  heart,  as  you  pick   the  leaves  as  you  require.  You  can  add   young   spinach,   silver   beet,   mustard   and  beetroot  leaves  to  the  salad.   I   am   not   a   big   fertilizer   fan,   as   I   believe   a   good   autumn   liming   is   enough.   Most   Raglan   gardens   will   have  a  soil  PH  of  6.5  to  7.5,  so  90%  of   everything  will  grow  well.  Add  clean   garden   compost,   or   Xtreme   Wasteâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   worm   pee   and   casts   and   their   well-­ seasoned   compost.   This   is   really   the   only  boost  gardens  need;Íž  let  the  plants   do  naturally  what  they  do  best  â&#x20AC;&#x201C;  grow.  

Those   with   greenhouses   and   cloches   will  have  the  jump  on  us  but  in  general   only  in  a  small  way.  Personally  I  am  a   high   volume   gardener;Íž   I   plant   heaps,   probably   too   close   together   at   times,   but  reap  the  harvest  and  enjoy  giving   the  surplus  to  family  and  friends. Hot   Planting:   A   dwarf   bean   called   Commander.   Early   maturing,   pods  15cm,  dark  green,  straight,  thick   walls,   upright,   non   staking   and   best   RI DOO WKH\ FRQWLQXH WR Ă&#x20AC;RZHU DQG produce   beans.   Available   â&#x20AC;&#x201C;   Egmont   seeds. New   Moon:   5th   Sept,   full   moon   19th   Sept.   Optimum   seed   planting   from   8th   to   17th   Sept.   Sunlight   is   increasing   and   by   the   end   of   this   month  it  will  be  sunrise  at  6.00am  and   sunset   6.30pm.   Equinox   time.   Equal   day   and   night   so   the   winds   should   blow.

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Six  packets  of  four  seed  potatoes.   3RWDWRHV DUH FHUWL¿HG VHHG UHG Desiree.   Plant   with   an   inch   or   two   of   soil   covering   them.   Ensure   you   mound  them  with  a  hoe  when  they  are   up,  and  continue  to  mound  twice  more   before  digging  in  December. I   have   been   invited   to   speak   at   the   Raglan   Horticultural   monthly   meeting  on  17th  Sept.It  will  be  a  fun,   interesting,   informative,   running-­ over-­the-­time-­limit   talk.   Be   there.   I   look   forward   to   leading   you   astray   and   telling   you   why   gardening   is   so   simple,   productive   and   satisfying.   *UHHQ ¿QJHUV DQG WKH DQVZHUV DUH always  lying  in  the  soil. The  Raglan  Wharf  Seagull

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ringing   thought-­ provoking,   inspiring   movies   right   to   your   doorstep,   the   2013   Raglan   Film  Festival  takes  place  13-­ 22  September.  Hereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  a  brief   taster  of  what  lies  aheadâ&#x20AC;Ś 1.   The   festival   opens   on   Friday   13   September   with   a   screening  of  some  of  the  Awards   nominees,   including   the   feature     Red,   White,   Black   and   Blue,   an   uplifting  tale  about  the  exploits  of   a  group  of  inner  city  LA  students   travelling   around   New   Zealand   â&#x20AC;&#x201C;   and   Raglan   -­   on   a   rugby   tour.   (Friday  13  September,  8pm.) 2.   Be   moved   by   the   tale   of   +DQQDK DQG 7RPDV] ZKR ÂżQG love   in   a   German   concentration   camp   only   to   lose   each   other   amidst  the  chaos  of  the  last  days   of   war.   Remembrance   is   a   love   story  set  against  the  backdrop  of   the  darkest  of  times.  (Saturday  14   September,   4.30pm   &   Friday  20  

September  8pm.) 3.   Girlâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   night   out   with   a   difference?   Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t   miss   delicious   French   comedy   Haute   Cuisine,   based  on  the  real-­life  story  of  the   personal   chef   to   former   French   president   François   Mitterrand.   Saturday   evening   showing   features   an   indulgent   Tasting   Menu  from  personal  chef  Mauro.   (Saturday  14  September,  8pm  &   Sunday  15  September,  4.30pm.)  *UHHQÂżQJHUHG W\SHV will   love   the   funny   and   moving   portrait   of   90-­year-­old   Sister   Loyola  Galvin  in  Gardening  with   Soul.   (Sunday   15   September,   8pm   &   Friday   20   September,   4.30pm.) 5.     If   you   enjoyed   This   Way   of   Life,   put   Arctic   Son   on   your   must-­view  list.  This  documentary   shares  the  candid,  inspiring  story   of  one  familyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  life  in  the  remote   wilderness   of  Alaska.   (Thursday   19  September,  4.30pm.) *HWDÂżUVWKDQGJOLPSVHRI the   worldâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   waste   problem   with   actor   Jeremy   Irons   in   Trashed.  

This   documentary   sees   Irons   travel   the   world   to   discover   the   extent   and   effects   of   our   ever-­ growing   rubbish   mountain.   (Thursday  19  September,  8pm.) 7.   A   screening   of   selected   RAFFA   winners   will   take   place   on   Sunday   22   September   at   1.30pm.  Gold  coin  donation.   And   donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t   forget,   the   Old   School  has  wine,  beer,  hot  drinks,   juices   and   delicious   homemade   treats  for  sale  at  every  movie.   Further   details   about   each   movie   can   be   found   in   the   RIÂżFLDO ÂżOP IHVWLYDO SURJUDPPH available   from   the   Old   School   Arts  Centre  or  the  Raglan  i-­Site.     Details   can   also   be   found   on   the   festival   website:   www. raglanartscentre.co.nz/rff. Ticketing  Details: Adults  $11,  children  $6.         Film   festival   movies   are   often   popular,   so   itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   recommended  you  reserve  tickets   in   advance.   For   all   bookings   phone   07   825   0023   or   email     info@raglanartscentre.co.nz.

Raglan Arts Weekend rebranded The   Raglan   Arts   Trail   is   Arts   Centre.   Many   artists   who   two   options   should   provide   a   being   re-­branded   as   the   Raglan  

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(RAW)  for  2014.   Any  artists  who  are  interested   in   taking   part   and   who   have   not   yet   been   contacted   can   phone   or   email   the   Old   School  

intend   to   have   a   good   range   of   new   work   for   the   Anniversary   Weekend   are   opting   to   exhibit   at   their   homes   or   studios.   The   Raglan  Creative  Market  will  also   be   operating   that   weekend   with   inside  booths  available  for  artists   WR VKRZ WKHLU ZRUN WR WKH LQĂ&#x20AC;X[ of   long   weekend   visitors.   These  

great  opportunity  to  continue  the   promotion   of   Raglan   arts.   Final   participant  numbers  and  fees  are   due  by  the  end  of  September. Raglan  Arts  Weekend Anniversary   Weekend   25-­27   Jan.  2014 Contact   the   Old   School   to   register.

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3BHMBO 116G Greenslade Road THE ULTIMATE BEACH HOUSE This ultra modern, award winning home has been built to make the most of the sun and views and has its own harbour access. Spacious living flowing onto a sun drenched terrace lends itself to relaxed family living and entertaining. High ceilings create a feeling of space, while large areas of glass bring the outside in and allow sunlight to stream into the home. There are 3 generous bedrooms and a separate studio ideal for guests, teenagers or a home office. You will love the peacefulness of the bush setting which gives seclusion and frames the beautiful harbour view.





For Sale $699,000 View raglan.ljhooker.co.nz/AZHFG

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DEADLINE SALE Offers by 4pm on 19th September 2013 to

L J Hooker George Boyes & Co Ltd, 5IJTHSBDFGVMÂľTCSJDLIPNFXJMMHJWFTBGF 27 Bow Street haven to your family. This solid family home Raglan. (Unless Sold Prior) rests on a generous 2646m2 section in 2 titles View and offers privacy, security and plenty of room raglan.ljhooker.co.nz/DBHFG for play and parking. Enjoy the sheltered micro Open for Inspection climate and north facing established garden with many fruit trees and bush backdrop. Huge Saturday 12 -12.30pm Sunday 1 - 1.30pm living area with high ceiling and large, north facing windows allows the warming sunshine Contact to pour into the home. Heatpump and fireplace Chrissy Cox 027 287 1804 ccox.raglan@ljh.co.nz keeps it cosy on the cooler days. Beautiful harbour views and close access to the harbour LJ Hooker Raglan complete the picture. 07 825 7170

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All  information  contained  herein  is  gathered  from  sources  we  deem  reliable.  However  we  cannot  guarantee  or  give  any  warranty  about  the  information  provided.  Interested  parties  must  solely  rely  upon  their  own  enquiries.  

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VERY AFFORDABLE BEACH RETREAT Enjoy fishing, surfing, beach walks and BBQs? This great little crib on south end of Ruapuke Beach with 4 acres of rolling pasture gives it all.

EXCEPTIONAL SECTION PLUS Build to make the most of the beautiful estuary views. Original garage is a bonus. In a quiet and private area. House plans and geo tech report available.

For Sale $179,000 View ljhooker.co.nz/71HFG Contact Kyle Leuthart 021 903 309 Email kleuthart.raglan@ljh.co.nz LJ Hooker Raglan 07 825 7170

For Sale $199,000 View ljhooker.co.nz/9KHFG Contact Chrissy Cox 027 287 1804 Email ccox.raglan@ljh.co.nz LJ Hooker Raglan 07 825 7170

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AUCTION





415 Te Papatapu Road, Te Mata, Raglan











3BHMBO VIEWS FOREVER Classic two storied 1960’s built, 3 bedroom brick family home boasting multiple views and grandstand view over the Raglan Sports grounds. Northerly aspect. Swimming pool. For Sale $399,000 Firm View ljhooker.co.nz/20HFG Contact Pete Barry 021 363 465 Email pbarry.raglan@ljh.co.nz LJ Hooker Raglan 07 825 7170 George Boyes & Co Limited Licensed REAA 2008



3BHMBO LOCATION, LOCATION Walk to town or for a swim from this immaculately presented and fully insulated two bedroom cottage. Presently catering for the overnight rental market & enjoying steady occupancy rates. For Sale $298,000 View jhooker.co.nz/CPHFG Contact Pete Barry 021 363 465 Email pbarry.raglan@ljh.co.nz LJ Hooker Raglan 07 825 7170



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Contact Kyle Leuthart 021 903 309 Matt Sweetman 021624826 Email kleuthart.raglan@ljh.co.nz

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   3BHMBO  MORE FOR THE MONEY Tucked away but a short walk to town. Decks on 2 sides for outdoor living. Large section could be a children’s wonderland or a sheltered, secret garden. For Sale $269,000 View ljhooker.co.nz/8XHFG Contact Chrissy Cox 027 287 1804 Email ccox.raglan@ljh.co.nz LJ Hooker Raglan 07 825 7170



1030 Victoria Street, Hamilton

on the 26th September (unless sold prior) Large lifestyle property of 15.2 acres in 9 paddocks with predominantly hay contour and the ability to make a bit of income. Large 4 bathroom, 2 bathroom 1989 built with ‘good bones’ needing some TLC and a cosmetic revamp. Other features include a reliable spring water supply, basic separate s/c unit, double garaging, cattleyards and haybarn. Great panoramic rural views of Karioi mountain. Just under 20 minutes to seaside Raglan in the friendly Te Mata district. Bring your paint brushes and ideas and add value immediately, this is a great opportunity to step very affordably into a larger lifestyle property with appealing acres. Don’t wish you had been at the auction. Prior auction offers considered.







1pm 26th September 2013 at L J Hooker George Boyes & Co Ltd,

PRIORITY AUCTION—MUST BE SOLD







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IT'S A KIND OF MAGIC Literally a water wonderland at your doorstep, where kayaks, nature walkway and flounder fishing are all part of the day to day living. Build here on this 698m2 section and enjoy!! For Sale By Neg View ljhooker.co.nz/1WHFG Contact David Cordiner 021 283 0511 Email dcordiner.raglan @ljh.co.nz LJ Hooker Raglan 07 825 7170

A PRIVATE RETREAT Cute 1 bedroom bach/home situated on an elevated site with fabulous inner harbour views with bush surrounds. Expansive deck to take in the sun and views creating a perfect retreat. For Sale $349,000 View ljhooker.co.nz/COHFG Contact David Cordiner 021 283 0511 Email dcordiner.raglan@ljh.co.nz LJ Hooker Raglan 07 825 7170









WALK TO TOWN Spacious open plan living, two double bedrooms, master with ensuite and walk in wardrobe plus the bonus of a semi self contained flat. For Sale $419,000 View ljhooker.co.nz/THFG Contact Chrissy Cox 027 287 1804 Email ccox.raglan@ljh.co.nz LJ Hooker Raglan 07 825 7170 George Boyes & Co Limited Licensed REAA 2008

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HEY, CHECK OUT THE VIEW Highly desirable 4 bedroom , 2 bathroom home with double internal access garaging. Large bush clad section offering BIG rural and water views. Priced to entice, but be quick. For Sale $479,000 View ljhooker.co.nz/CRHFG Contact David Cordiner 021 283 0511 Email dcordiner.raglan @ljh.co.nz LJ Hooker Raglan 07 825 7170 George Boyes & Co Limited Licensed REAA 2008



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THE ANSWER TO YOUR PRAYERS The ‘All Saints’ Church is ready & waiting for a house conversion or home business, studio, café, clinic or art gallery. Explore the possibilities on this peaceful & private1095m² site. For Sale $219,000Neg View ljhooker.co.nz/C6HFG Contact Kyle Leuthart 021 903 309 Email kleuthart.raglan@ljh.co.nz LJ Hooker Raglan 07 825 7170 George Boyes & Co Limited Licensed REAA 2008



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A STONES THROW FROM THE WATER A short walk from town is this very clean, well maintained 2 bedroom house. Set on an easy care, dead flat, cross lease section. Great for swimming, park the boat & walk to the wharf or cafe's & bars. For Sale $264,000 View ljhooker.co.nz/1SHFG Contact Peter Barry 021 363 465 Email pbarry.raglan@ljh.co.nz LJ Hooker Raglan 07 825 7170 George Boyes & Co Limited Licensed REAA 2008

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‘HOME SWEET HOME’ North facing open plan sunny home close to town. Modern 3 bedroom with large deck. 859m² section, double carport, tool shed & back yard. Bring in all offers. For Sale $329,000 View ljhooker.co.nz/D5HFG Contact Pete Barry 021 363 465 Email pbarry.raglan@ljh.co.nz LJ Hooker Raglan 07 825 7170 George Boyes & Co Limited Licensed REAA 2008

All  information  contained  herein  is  gathered  from  sources  we  deem  reliable.  However  we  cannot  guarantee  or  give  any  warranty  about  the  information  provided.  Interested  parties  must  solely  rely  upon  their  own  enquiries.  

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Courses, classes & workshops RAGLAN LIGHT EXERCISE GROUP. Light exercise sessions: Mondays & Thursdays 10am. St. Peterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Church Hall, Bow St. All welcome OP SHOP BARGAINS @Hall, 3 Stewart St, 9-11.30am Saturdays. â&#x20AC;&#x153; B R I G H T SENTINELSâ&#x20AC;? An exhibition by Susan Flight of clay sculpture and silk panels. Inspired by the ancient artesian arteries of rivers and lakes, it will will run at â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Framing Workshopâ&#x20AC;? 120 Silverdale Rd. Hamilton, from Sept 7th toOct 3rd. Please come! KASM, SIGNWRITING workshop 10-2 16 Gilmour Street, Sat 7th Sept.

TUES @ RAGLAN CLUB -Texas Holdâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;em 6.30pm. WED @ Raglan Club, Fun Quiz 6:45pm. W E D N E S D AY S @ BLACKSAND CAFĂ&#x2030;. Knitting Circle from 9.30am. All welcome. Beginners welcome. ALL FISHOâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S and BOATIES. MPI (ex MAF) Representative and Enviroment Waikato Raglan Harbour Master are sharing a discussion evening at The Raglan Club Inc. Topics â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Current Fishing Regulations and the New Boating E\ODZV ,I \RX Ă&#x20AC;VK Raglan or own a boat, jet ski, kayak, SUP, you are all invited to attend.Thursday 19th This Sunday 10 a.m. September. 7.00pm. Vision Church Raglanwest Another Raglan Club Fishing Section Speakers: initiative. Paul & Rachel R A G L A N Mudge RAMBLERS WED All welcome 11 SEPTEMBER: 7 Taipari Ave. 9am from Wainui Contact: 825 7305 Rd car park next MON @ THE WR WKH Ă&#x20AC;UH VWDWLRQ RAGLAN CLUB. 500 Wharf to Greenslade Road and Potluck to cards, 1pm. arrange our next 6 MAINLY MUSIC months programme. Mondays & Wednesdays 9.30am@ Te Uku Church.

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44B UPPER WAINUI Rd. 2 bedroom, furnished, lawns inc $280 per week. Available 21st September. please email janewilliams@ raglan.co.nz Commercial To Let INDUSTRIAL YARD FOR RENT. Could add building if required. Contact Bob, 021 825 869. COMMERCIAL LEASE 300sqm, High Stud New, email: sheryl.ker@xtra.co.nz Flatmate Wanted 2 ROOMS AVILABLE, $110 and $140 includes expenses, easy going long term or short term, fun easy going sorts. Sunny nice house, Call Danny 022 381 1831

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2 BEDROOM COTTAGE, Raglan West. Recently renovated. Walk to town. N/S, N/A. $265 per week. Long term preferred. Contact owner 027 224 1006 827 5671

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PILATES BEGINNER CLASSES with Tessa â&#x20AC;&#x201C; start on Tuesday 17th September at 6pm Raglan Scout Hall in Cliff Street. Bookings essential. Call Whaingaroa Physiotherapy 825 0123.

2 BDRM, large shed, in town, long term, avail now $300 pw 3 BDRM, garage, near wharf, long term, avail end of Aug - $300 pw 3/4 BDRM, 3x garages, long term, avail now - $360pw 5 BDRM, executive home, long term, avail now - $440pw Bond and Let fee applies. Contact Dianne on 027 255 0901

Garage Sale HOUSELOT, moving overseas garage sale, from 8am Sat 7th. Wanted WOODEN BOAT FOR kindergarten playground. Phone 8257244. Graham. Lost BLACK WOOL zip bothways womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s jersey. Lost walking to town call Kate 021 269 0966 1 X PAIR RED BAND gumboots, kids size 13. Lost at Wallis St park on Sun 1st Sept. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Sunny Lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; on inside of boot ph 825 8982. Public Notices WE WOULD LIKE TO thank everyone who helped and donated things to our family in RXU UHFHQW KRXVH Ă&#x20AC;UH Manaaki, Shay and Children. R A G L A N PLAYCENTRE AGM. 11 Sept 2013 @ 7pm, 26 Cross St, Raglan

Public Notices B E L I N D A GOODWINâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S Fruit Tree Fundraising Results First prizes: 1.Azadear, 2.Sarah Fell. Second prizes: 3.Dave McGregor, 4.Jeneva Thomsen. Bonus prize: Debbie Goglesey. Big Thanks to all local people for their support. RAGLAN JUNIOR RUGBY Prizegiving.Sat 7th of September @10.30am- Raglan Rugby Club Rooms Want a lifestyle business with good income? Own a bait & tackle shop Low overheads, full support, good returns Local franchises available Phone Ian 0275554042 or apply online www.tackle-box.co.nz

Public Notices

Public Notices

MISSING DOG STILL MISSING

After two weeks my beloved dog Dinky is still missing. Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m pleading if anyone out there knows any information, dead or alive, please let me know so we can have some closure. Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m offering a large reward for his return or WRĂ&#x20AC;QGRXWKLVZKHUHDERXWV1RTXHVWLRQV asked. Donna Rickard 021 1055 838 825 0381 hm or 825 8390 wk

Artist Talk by Simon Te Wheoro and AGM of Old School Arts Centre The 2013 Annual General Meeting for Raglan Community Arts Council, will be held at 7.30pm, Tuesday 10th September at the Old School Arts Centre, Stewart St, Raglan. Members of the Arts Council and the Raglan Whaingaroa community are cordially invited to attend. Following the meeting there will be a coffee break followed at about 8.15pm with an artist talk by Simon Te Wheoro. Rodger Gallagher, Chairperson

RAGLAN JUNIOR SOCCER 31.08.13 GRADE

RESULT

PLAYERS OF THE DAY

5th Pipiâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s

NA

NA

6th Morayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s

NA

NA

6th Grade Mauis

NA

The Team

 t  -­  shirts,  hoodies

7th Stingrays

Win 4-­0

Cassidy Hanna

&  boardies...

7th Penguins

Draw 1-­1

Isaac Limbert & Leedo Hughes

#  kina  boys  

8th Dolphins

Draw 1-­1

The Team

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8th Anemones

Draw 2-­2

Ciara Scott

gals  summer  gear

9th Orcas

Win 2-­1

Finn Lucas Harris

jewellery,  sunnies

9th Sharks

Win 2-­0

#  mountain  surfers

and  more.... 2  4  8  wainui  road saturday  7th  sept 1-­  4  pm  (not  b4) ITS NICE TO BE IMPORTANT BUT ITS MORE IMPORTANT TO BE NICE Raglan Violence Prevention and Awareness

11 Piranhas

The Team

Draw 2-­2 The Team

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Open-­Bull Sharks Win 5-­0

Lennox Reynolds & Jackson Armstrong Mayes

RAGLAN JUNIOR RUGBY 31.08.13 GRADE

RESULT

PLAYERS OF THE DAY

6 Green

Drew 85-­85

Liam McLachlan & Michaela Adams

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7th Green Won by default 7th Black Lost 55-­60

Kaitawhiti Kereopa & Max Brighouse

8th Green Won 75-­0

Ewan McCartie & Angus Reeves

8th Black Lost 30-­35

Taane Millward & Aria McLachlan

9th

Won 55-­15

Kora Cooper, Aiesha Carter, Peatariki Patterson & Sam Parker

10th

Lost

Tybias Bird, Zane McDonald & George Reeves

11th

Bye

12th

Lost 12-­52

To Let

Ryan Larkins

To Let

OFFICE SPACE Tenancy available upstairs at 1 Wainui Road, Raglan (previously the ASR /LPLWHGRIĂ&#x20AC;FHV ZLWKDFRPELQHG administration, kitchen and toilet facility area of 260m2. All enquiries to: 'DZQ%URFN Wainui Road Tenancy 32%R[ +DPLOWRQ 3K (PDLOGDZQEURFN#MRQZHEEFRQ]

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Now looking for new listings!! 23 Robertson Rd SOLD 127 Otonga Valley Rd SOLD 35 Government Rd SOLD 53 Lorenzen Bay Rd SOLD 17 Lily St SOLD 34 Taipari Ave SOLD 10 Seabreeze Way SOLD 18 Simon Rd SOLD OPEN HOMES this weekend 7th & 8th Sept

DRAMATIC!!! OCEAN, HARBOUR, ESTUARY & MOUNTAIN, VIEWS $895,000

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Saturday  12pm  -­  4  Cambrae  Rd           -­  Auction

Sunday  12pm  -­  Cogswell  Rd         -­Lifestyle  Auction

Saturday  1pm  -­  57  Government  Rd

Sunday  12pm  -­  1  Lily  St

Saturday  1pm  -­  49b  Hills  Rd

Sunday  1pm  -­  2  Karekare  Ave

RE Sunday  2pm  -­  25e  Violet  St DU

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

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