Pohutukawa Coast Times 18-07-14

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FRIDAY July 18 2014 Issue 1069

What’s happening to our wharf?

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Another storm, and yet more damage to the rapidly disintegrating Maraetai Wharf. Maraetai Beach’s iconic wharf – there’s been a wharf since 1898 – took another pounding during last week’s long storm. The steps on the eastern side of the wharf were already closed following damage from a storm in May. Auckland Council said in the PC Times of May 9 that the damage would be repaired “as soon as possible” at a cost of $8-10,000. The repairs still hadn’t been carried out when the storm hit last week. This time the stairs on the western side of the wharf collapsed. Some of the timber ended up in the creek next to the Maraetai Boating Club. There was also damage all along the beachfront. The sand has dropped up to half a metre leaving pilings exposed. The board walk near the wharf is damaged, while the foreshore has eroded and in places is less than a metre from the concrete walkway. A hitherto sand covered stormwater drain underneath the marker post west of the wharf has now been exposed. This is the second wharf at Maraetai. The original was pulled down in 1981 after it became derelict. The then Manukau City Council voted not to replace it. Local residents – led by a steering group comprising Ross Johnson, Ray Stone and the late Maurice Tracey – campaigned to get it rebuilt. The council relented and the current wharf was built in 1982. Ross Johnson still lives opposite the wharf and says he is worried as to whether Auckland Council will continue to maintain the wharf. He points out that in 1958 locals raised 450 pounds and Manukau County Council 500 pounds to repair the original wharf and the council then said it would maintain the wharf “in perpetuity.” Ross believes the main part of the wharf is still structurally sound. Franklin Local Board member Malcolm Bell was due to meet with council staff this week to discuss the wharf and beachfront. “I’m not happy. Something needs to be done,” he says.

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Council ‘Black Budget’ hardly comes as a surprise THE EDITOR SAYS BY DUNCAN PARDON duncan@pctimes.co.nz

It hardly comes as any surprise to learn that Auckland Council has to save $2.8 billion over the next 10 years to keep rates rises low. A few weeks back I suggested in this column that Aucklanders were naive to think they could have the “world’s most liveable” city and still pay rates increases around the 2.5% mark. (although, of course, some property owners pay a lot more than that). I suggested that perhaps rates needed to go up a lot more if we were to have the sort of city we all aspire to. No-one took me seriously. I blame Mayor Len Brown for suggesting we could have both – a world-class city while keeping rates rises to a minimum. Not going to happen, especially as the Government seems to be treating Auckland with its usual disdain. If not rate rises, then it has to be petrol taxes, road tolls, inner city parking restrictions and so on. There’s no escaping the reality. What we need is a mayor

and council who don’t live in fantasy land. By so doing they have dug us a big hole. To save $486 million a year the council will now consider a whole range of cuts that will make Auckland less and less the “world’s most liveable city” every year that passes. Facing possible spending cuts are rail electrification to Pukekohe, cycle networks, new roading improvements, under-used halls and community centres, fewer arts and cultural festivals, less mowing of parks and who knows what else. All this will make the berm mowing controversy look like exactly what it is: a minor side issue! I fear for our district, in particular. We struggle to get facilities, infrastructure and services even during the good times. In times of big budget cuts how are we going to get even basic maintenance and repairs carried out? Will the Maraetai Wharf (see front page) ever get repaired? And what hope do we have of getting facilities and services we don’t have but need: a new library for the Coast, public swimming pool, foreshore repairs and erosion prevention, widening of North Rd, replacement of the old rural bridges, improved cycle safety, public bus service for the Clevedon

What about the arts? loss for the area. I am lobbying for as many people as possible to submit about this appalling oversight because the arts including dance – which needs a mention otherwise this board may be only able to think about visual arts – and maybe music, need to be included in the plan.

I have read the Franklin Local Board plan and am shocked to see that it, unlike many other Board plans, has no mention of the arts. Not a single one! Not only does this not comply with the Auckland City Vision bullet point / aim/ outcome “Culturally rich and creative city”, it is a great


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The arts can fit into the “Franklin Outcomes” in the report under: Outcome: Cherished natural environment; Outcome:Thriving local economy; Outcome: Proud, safe and healthy communities. With a bit of imagination arts fit into these categories. There are many arts events that already occur in the area such as the Orere and local area beach dance, Sculpture in the Botanical Gardens; Auckland regional parks funded arts residency in Tapapakanga Park in 2012 and Pukekohe Arts and Crafts Show to name but a few. There are also dance




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classes and amateur dramatics spread throughout Franklin. Dr LINDA ASHLEY Newmarket • Linda runs the popular summer dance performances at Orere Beach. ~ editor W E W E L C O M E : Yo u r letters to the editor. Please supply full name and where you are from (e.g. “Beachlands” ). We do not accept anonymous letters or pseudonyms. Please be as brief as possible. We reserve the right to edit, or withhold from publication.

dent Emma Randhawa. I agree that we should all be treating each other with respect. Might I suggest that this also applies to the horse riding community. We have had numerous occasions when horses have traipsed past our house. On numerous occasions we have had horse droppings deposited on the road and the previousweekend there were droppings on the footpath where children walk to go to school. These had not been cleaned up by the owners of the horses. The dog owner community generally are responsible and remove their animals’ defecation. Might I suggest that the horse owning community follows their example. Respect, like so many other aspects in life, is a two way street. MICHAEL SOMMERVILLE Beachlands



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Work is under way on a $7 million project to install a new wastewater pipeline from Pine Harbour to the Beachlands Wastewater Treatment Plant and a new pump station within the development along Jack Lachlan Drive. Once installed the new pipeline and pump station will service Pine Harbour and future development in the “New Avenues” area (approx. 122 hectares bounded by Jack Lachlan Drive, Beachlands and Karaka Roads, and WhitfordMaraetai Road), as well as development proposed under private plan changes 30A (Progressive Enterprises) and 34 (Pine Harbour Marina Zone). These are expected to increase the population in the catchment by about 4000 residents over time. Maraetai and Beachlands wastewater will continue to be pumped to the wastewater treatment plant from the Te Puru Pump Station, which is currently being upgraded. However, flows from the existing Pine Harbour pump station will no longer go through Te Puru, effectively increasing capacity in that part of the network. The new pipeline will be installed mainly in the berm along Jack Lachlan Drive and Orkaroro Drive. At times there may be some works undertaken in the road corridor; traffic disruption should be relatively minor.


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Brigade rescues Bay family from car stranded in rising flood waters

Torrential rain and high winds caused havoc for residents of Kawakawa Bay, Orere Point and parts of the Clevedon Valley last Saturday as the storm which battered Northland also took a toll closer to home, bursting river banks, causing slips and flooding homes, roads and farmland. A family had to be rescued from their vehicle on the Clevedon-Kawakawa Rd after it was hit by a submerged object leaving the driver and her two young children stranded in the torrent, unable to safely leave their car. At about 2.30pm, Nicola Begbie of Kawakawa Bay was trying to make her way home through a flooded section of road, with her children Tonya, 4, and Brandon, 1, in the car. They were rescued by Papakura volunteer firefighters, returning from helping their firefighting colleagues in Kawakawa Bay. Within three minutes of the crew’s arrival, Nicola and her pre-schoolers were pulled from the car and taken home to safety. “It was the scariest moment of my life, especially with the children,” she said. “I thought I could easily have trouble staying on my feet holding the children. I thought for a minute about what I should do, all these people were driving past me and no one was helping, so I called the Fire Brigade.” Mrs Begbie said she was very grateful for the help from the fire crew. “I am so appreciative … because I hate to think what would have happened,” she said. Kawakawa Bay Volunteer Fire Brigade Station Officer Brent Arnopp praised Mrs Begbie for having the clarity of thought to make the call. Shortly after, Police closed Clevedon-Kawakawa road as it had become impassable. When the rain came down and the floods came up on Saturday morning, rural and coastal firefighters prepared for a busy day. The Kawakawa Bay brigade responded to a number of calls from people with flooded homes. The firefighters split up, some pumping out houses while

others stayed mobile in the fire truck, helping with other jobs including a callout to low lying Clevedon Coast Oysters where water had entered the shop and seeped into the factory. Unable to be pumped, the water was mopped out by staff. Orere Pt Fire Brigade volunteers responded to five callouts including a slip in the gorge which cut off Kawakawa Bay from Orere Pt for several hours before the road was cleared. The Orere Pt Holiday Park also flooded. A lunchtime deluge, combined with the morning’s rain flowing down from the Hunua ranges saw rivers and streams across the Clevedon Valley flood and some waterways wash onto roads. Clevedon Volunteer Fire Brigade received only two callouts, but kept a watchful eye on the situation, turning back motorists in smaller vehicles on flooded Twilight Rd. “The flooding in our immediate area wasn’t great, nothing of a really serious nature – we’ve seen far worse,” said Clevedon chief fire officer Owen Alexander. Beachlands Volunteer Fire Brigade responded to just three local callouts – two for runaway trampolines, and one to secure a roof that was lifting in the wind. Waitawa Regional Park, near Kawakawa Bay, has been closed due to a hillside slip caused in the storm.


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The ice cream parlour has 20 different flavours of top quality Killinchy Gold ice cream (from the same makers as Movenpick) to choose from. Some of the more unusual flavours include salted caramel and cashew, liquorice and berry and Affogato coffee flavour. There are also the popular kids’ flavours such as goody goody gum drops, cookies & cream and Gold Rock hokey pokey. One of the reasons Yash bought Pepperjacks is so he can work closely with wife, Sunita, who is an events co-ordinator. So she will be happy to help you organise your corporate event, wedding or special function...with Pepperjacks as the ideal venue.

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Coastal Kids Preschool wins National Quality Award The team from Coastal Kids Preschool were presented with the prestigious Trustmark Award when they attended a Kidicorp regional conference recently. Established on a national basis to recognise and encourage excellence in Kidicorp centres, the award application process was rigorous and meticulous. “We had to submit a huge amount of evidence to support our nomination,” says Di Fey, Coastal Kids Complex Manager. “There were many other applications, so we were really overwhelmed to receive it.” Di says receiving the award is a big compliment to the centre staff. “We work hard to deliver

outstanding results, and this is fantastic recognition of that for the team.” “We are definitely a passionate, friendly and engaged team that are focussed on the best outcomes for children and their families. This is clearly evident when visiting the centre, and it’s one of the key reasons parents choose to enrol their children with us.” The centre will be holding a Stay and Play morning on Monday 21st July and would like to invite the community to join them between 10am – 11am. For more information, call Di Fey on 536 5313 or arrange a visit to Coastal Kids Preschool, 49 Third View Ave, Beachlands.

World award for EmbroidMe branch

Hard work and determination has paid off for a Beachlands resident and entrepreneur after he received an international award at the World Expo. Wayne Strong, the owner of EmbroidMe East Tamaki, has won the President’s Award for 2014 at the EmbroidMe World Expo in Orlando, Florida, United States. EmbroidMe is the world’s largest embroidery franchise, and this award is given to only the top performing stores worldwide. “Winning this award is an amazing achievement for us because we were selected from a fantastic group of franchise owners with very extensive knowledge of the industry and who are really thriving in their own areas. Being recognised for our hard work is an honour,” says Wayne.

“EmbroidMe came along at the point in our life when my wife and I were looking for an opportunity to own and build our own business after working in the accounting profession for more than 20 years.” Globally, EmbroidMe plans to open up to 75 new franchised showrooms through the remainder of 2014, reaching 500 locations worldwide by the end of 2016.

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“Love Your Local” is a speed campaign running in Clevedon (as well as Te Atatu South and Kumeu) in July and August and it is aimed at local residents. Auckland Transport met with police, volunteer fire fighters, residents’ associations, schools and community leaders to ask them about speed in their area and what could be done to encourage local drivers to slow down. The groups responded by asking to have recognisable local residents on billboards around the town. As a result photo shoots were held in each area. The residents also asked for a series of tools such as pull-up banners and resources which the community can use to engage fellow residents through

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Clevedon School students recently painted a new mural to brighten up a previously dull brick wall at their school. The hills represent the Hunua Ranges and the hills all around Clevedon Valley. The patterns on the hills represent the many different colours of the landscape. The koru represents the Wairoa River flowing through Clevedon and to acknowledge iwi and ancestors connected to the school. The PRIDE Tree shows some of the many virtues and values students want to grow in themselves

while at Clevedon School. The children represent the school’s diversity and the many different opportunities open to students as learners – reading, Ag Day, enviro team, performing arts, kapa haka, e-learning, science and technology, sports. And, lastly, is the school’s mission statement – Clevedon kids living and learning with PRIDE. The Manukau Beautification Charitable Trust donated the paint and an artist to help design the mural.

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Dr Paul Hutchison MP FOR HUNUA Dr Paul Hutchison Holds regular constituency clinics. To make an appointment please contact the Hunua office. Suite 7/L 2 Professional House, 12 -18 Seddon St, Pukekohe. Ph: 09 238 5977 during office hours.



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Our Lady Star of the Sea Catholic Parish

Welcomes you to Mass at 5pm Saturday • Children’s Liturgy and • Sacramental programmes • Returning or New Catholics programme

Beachlands Hall, 49 Wakelin Road

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In February Adam sat down with various council staff and discussed what they needed to do. Building compliance, food and alcohol licences seemed straight forward and they planned an Easter opening. The “Opening Soon” sign went up and they got ready for a winter opening so customers could enjoy the new big open fire place on chilly winter nights. Then it started getting complicated. Before it would grant a resource consent, Auckland Council raised issues about traffic management on North Rd; it also wanted sign-off from neighbouring property owners, approval from local iwi...and the list went on. Part of the problem was that in the intervening four years a raft of new compliance requirements under the new Auckland Unitary Plan had come into force as well as licensing the premise as a cafe/restaurant and not a tearooms (even though it had previously been a cafe/restaurant).. “The Unitary Plan has changed everything since then [four years ago]....so for us it has been a continuous, laborious, arduous but educational battle,” says Adam. Says Faye: “I think it wouldn’t have been so frustrating if they had told us from the outset what we had to do. “But it’s been a different surprise every week.” Adam says Chef’s Kitchen has spent a lot of money on the project so far and is not about to walk away. And they want to thank everyone in the community for supporting them with the length of time it is taking to get approval to open Chef’s Kitchen, and the local professionals whose services they have called upon. “You can’t walk down the street without someone asking us when we are opening. We say ‘in a couple of weeks’ and they tell us that’s what we said two weeks ago!,” says Adam. “We want to let everyone know that everything is ready. The venue is ready, the fridges are on, the local suppliers are ready...” And 15 new local employees are ready to start their jobs.

Adam and Faye Dickson with their children Kiedis and Brier...and their hopeful sign. All are waiting for the Auckland Council resource consent to be signed off.

Jon Reeves, New Zealand First candidate for Hunua, is no stranger to the electorate. The 42-year-old’s links go back to his maternal great-grand parents, George and Eva Cuming who owned the camping ground at the Sandspit, Waiuku, and a furniture shop in Waiuku itself. His Great-Uncle Reg later took over the shop and farmed in the wider area. His own mother, Colleen Reeves was

Help shape Franklin We want to create a better future for Franklin. Our Franklin draft Local Board Plan details plans to improve the lives of our community over the next three years, such as: • planning for growth to ensure it happens at the right place, at the right time • working to prioritise the importance, frequency and accessibility of public transport and ensuring our roads are safe • developing a Greenways Plan to connect parks, forests and waterways with pathways for walking, cycling and horse riding. These are just three of the initiatives we are proposing. Read the full plan online at shapeauckland.co.nz Hard copies are available from selected libraries and service centres. Call 09 301 0101 for more information.

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SATURDAY JULY 19: 10am to 3pm ‘Winter Fare’ at St Hilda’s Church Hall, Wakelin Road, Beachlands. Stall and Workshops: knitting, patchwork, stamp collecting, crochet, spinning and sewing. Adults $10. Students $5. Do as many workshops as you like for the one fee.

MONDAY JULY 21: Pohutukawa Coast Plunket Playgroup meets Mondays 10am-12pm at Beachlands Memorial Hall, Wakelin Road. Meet other parents/caregivers in the area while kids (babies to preschool) play in a fun and relaxed environment. Back by popular demand: Plunket baby fair will be held on October 19. More details will follow closer to the date.

Family Centre closes for the holidays on Friday. Reopens Monday 21 July New brochure will be available for Term 3

Ph: 292 8061 3 Papakura Clevedon Road, Clevedon Village

• Jon Reeves born in the Waiuku Hospital during the Second World War. As a child Jon spent many summer days swimming and having picnics at the Sandspit with his grandparents. Jon has been a supporter of the Glenbrook Vintage Railway for many years. Since 2009, as a committee member of The Campaign for Better Transport, he has been actively involved in spearheading the promotion of commuter train services connecting Pukekohe, Tuakau and Hamilton. This has

been at local and central Government level. Having many friends and clients in the Beachlands/Maraetai area, he says he is aware of the needs of the community for more frequent ferry services to Downtown Auckland. Another area of concern is rural crime, which includes the rustling of livestock across the electorate. Jon’s background includes living in England, Scotland, France and Switzerland for various periods of time while engaged in international business. Since 2001 he has been a co-director and owner of a media company in Switzerland. Currently he is an Account Manager for a nationwide radio network based in Auckland. He lives with his partner who has her horse stabled in Ararimu, and has family land in neighbouring Tuakau.

SUNDAY JULY 20: Whitford Pony Club’s “Winter Woollies” gymkhana. Disney theme, open to everyone. Aimed at young riders. Entry forms on the club’s Facebook page or the website: www.whitfordpc.co.nz RESCHEDULED FROM JULY 13 DUE TO WEATHER.

JCYG (Years 7 - 8) – 4.30 - 6.00 pm CYG (Years 9 - 13) – 7.30 - 10.00 pm

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“We plan to be open in about another three weeks,” says Adam. He hopes...

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The “Opening Soon” sign outside the Clevedon Log Cabin on North Rd seems to have been up for an awfully long time. It has. And no-one is more frustrated than Adam and Faye Dickson who have the lease on the Log Cabin and plan to re-open it as the new-look Chef’s Kitchen with Virginnia Alexander...once Auckland Council finally issues a resource consent. The Log Cabin restaurant/cafe, which has been there since 1977, closed about four years ago. Adam, a former chef at the Log Cabin, along with wife Faye and Virginnia looked to take over the lease early this year with the intention of opening a new restaurant as a family business.

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WEDNESDAY AUGUST 6: Coast & Country Art Collective is holding an AGM meeting 6-8pm, at the Whitford General Store Restaurant. New members welcome. Enquires phone Helen on 533 3599 SATURDAY AUGUST 9: Beachlands Community Fundraiser Ball, 7pm until late at Te Puru Sports Hall.$55 per person Tickets On Sale from July 1 from Beachlands Post Shop. Canapés, dinner, cash bar, mystery envelopes, charity auction and live band.

Concern over earthworks protection A Maraetai resident is asking Auckland Council what protections there are for residents who have to put up with noise and dust from nearby housing developments. “There is currently a very large development underway on the southern side of Maraetai School Road. This is in the earthworks stage which looks like it will be going on for a long time,” says Omana Heights Drive resident Wayne List. “For over eight hours a day, six days a week, people in homes nearby are subjected to very loud heavy machinery. The noise is so loud if it were a car it would be ordered off the road. “I consider myself lucky. I work, so am only subjected to this din on Saturdays. That is enough to keep me indoors, so I pity those at home all week with young children.” Wayne says he’s even more concerned about the amount of airborne dirt caused by this work that was deposited all over the area during summer months. “My north facing deck had a layer of fine dirt all over it this [early May] weekend. “It was more noticeable after rain when it collected around outdoor furniture. This is unpleasant and means windows have to be kept closed, and washing gets affected. “But I believe this poses a potential health hazard.”

In an email to the PC Times on June 18, an Auckland Council spokesperson says the Maraetai School Rd subdivision was mostly complying with its resource consent conditions. “Weekly inspection reports for the past six weeks show general compliance with the conditions of consent but do list some minor remedial matters that the consent holder needs to address,” said the spokesperson. “Council staff are inspecting earthworks at the site at least weekly. Council compliance staff are also monitoring the site to address compliance with the non-sediment related conditions.” The spokesperson said Auckland Council received one complaint in April regarding dust. “This matter was investigated and the development was determined to be complying with the relevant conditions of the resource consent.” Earthworks machinery is allowed to operate Monday to Saturday 7.30am to 6pm. Now work is permitted Sundays or public holidays. The resource consent limits construction noise to between 75 dBA Leq and 90 DBA Lmax between 7.30am and 6pm Monday to Saturday. “The development has made use of water carts to control dust during earthworks. Additionally, as stages of work are completed, they are progressively grassed and stabilised.”

District in ‘state of evolution’ The Coast and Clevedon district is in a “constant state of evolution”, says Auckland councillor Bill Cashmore. He was responding to a request for comment from the PC Times on the Zealandia nursery project which has drawn criticism from some Clevedon residents because of its size and scale. “I remember Clevedon all too well when it was dominated by dairy farms with a handful of horticultural enterprises, and sheep and beef farms in the hills,” says Bill, who is an Orere farmer and Franklin’s representative on Auckland Council. “The small farms all went, subdivision occurred and the Clevedon lifestyle block became the norm. Some things evolved differently. The forestry blocks got larger, as did the quarries. The trucks got bigger and there are more horses now than ever before,” says Bill. “They just don’t pull ploughs or act as the primary means of transport as they once did. My grandfather rode into the Orere valley on horseback as a young man and left the valley permanently over 60 years later on a tar sealed road. “In that same lifetime the first manned flight had taken place as had the first manned landing on the moon.

Computers and cell phones had arrived at every house.” Bill says the new glass house nursery being built in Clevedon is part of that evolution. He says the glass house industry is one of the fastest developing businesses in Auckland – high technology, high levels of employment, high value output, and high capital input. “One thing the Clevedon area, in fact all of Franklin, needs is more businesses employing more local people’” says Bill. “Half of Franklin’s working population leaves the ward to work in the city. In Clevedon’s case it would be a lot higher.” He says the development by Zealandia is allowed under the legacy rural provisions of the former Manukau City. Under the Proposed Auckland Unitary Plan the zoning will be either Rural Production or Mixed Rural. “There will be plantings to screenoff some of the physical presence of the building but also, yes, it will be able to be quite plainly seen from the surrounding hills and properties in that vicinity. They are also in a rural zone.”

Uxbridge hunts for best local talent Uxbridge Creative Leisure Centre in Howick has its annual talent quest happening. Extreme Talent quest is looking for the best of the best. If you are 13 - 17yrs old and live or go to school in the Howick ward; and if you are a musician, vocalist, dancer, comedian or a talented performer in any other art form then this is a great opportunity. Gain valuable experience and win prizes worth $4000. For more information or to get a registration form call 09 535 6467 or email programmes@uxbridge.org.nz


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Comment sought on Draft Local Board Plan Auckland Council’s Southern Boards want to know what people think of their plans to shape the future of the areas they represent. Each board, including Franklin, has produced a draft Local Board Plan which will guide decisionmaking on behalf of its communities over the next three years and be the basis for input into council’s Long-Term Plan. To support their priorities, boards have also identified alternative funding options for some projects, including partnerships with community groups and other agencies. Board members talked to their communities during January and February, informally connecting with people about a number of ideas and initiatives, with many of them reflected in the draft plans. Through July, they are seeking submissions from the public through a formal consultation process.

The plans outline key outcomes for each board, with common themes including: • protecting, enhancing and restoring the natural environment, with a particular emphasis on ecological remediation of waterways and harbours. • a well-connected transport system offering real choice, plus the development of cycleways and walkways for recreation and as a means of getting around. • providing community facilities that are welcoming and encourage participation in local activities. • providing parks, open spaces and sports facilities to encourage active and healthy lifestyles and places for play and relaxation. Aucklanders can make a submission on their draft Local Board Plan either by filling out the freepost form that will be sent with a summary document to every household during July or by going online at shapeauckland.co.nz.

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Annual General Meeting Beachlands Community Trust

Always welcome at our house Monday 28 July 2014 at 7.30 pm Log Cabin, Sunkist Bay, Wakelin Road, Beachlands Everyone invited to come along, and hear what we have been doing and our plans for the future. Nibbles to be served contact admin@logcabin.org.nz 021 660 212

MARAETAI BEACH SCHOOL Part Time Teacher Aide (fixed term) We are seeking a motivated Teacher Aide to work with individual students or small groups. This position will start Term 3 and will be for 2 hours per day, Monday to Friday. Please send a cv to gveysi@maraetaibeach.school.nz or 154 Maraetai Drive, Maraetai.


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More than 20 members of the BeachlandsMaraetai Social met on July 1 at the Beachlands hall for their mid-winter get together. Entertainment was provided by Yvonne Bartlett who sang songs from several shows as well as READ Christmas carols. ONLINE Raffles were won by www.pctimes.co.nz Spence and Daphne. (updated every Thursday) OurAlso recent trip to the visit our facebook page - Pohutukawa Coast Times Monterey cinema to see Words and Pictures was followed by an enjoyable lunch at the Howick RSA. POHUTUKAWA TIMES We are stillCOAST looking for READ ONLINE new members so come www.pctimes.co.nz every Thursday) along (updated and join us for our Also visit our facebook page monthly gatherings. - Pohutukawa Coast Times Next meeting Tuesday 5 August, starting 1.30pm

ANDREW BAYLY Monday 21st July 2014, 6.30 pm to 7.30 pm at Whitford Hall To be followed by the monthly Executive meeting $5 charge to cover costs All Welcome


Chicken manure fertiliser supplied, carted and spread. Also lime spreading. Ph: Neil 021 724 327/ 299 6486 FIREWOOD: Dry pine, macro, gum, mixed firewood. Free local delivery. Ph: 536 6928 or 0277 656 127 SHAVINGS: In woolsacks - sawdust also available. Ideal for horse stables and calf pens. Ph: Ph: Neil 021 724 327 or 299 6486. .


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In Winter it’s still important to come for a groom Overgrown feet means muddy floors in your living room Thick knotty coats and shaggy ears when it’s cold and wet Will be uncomfortable and painful and make an unhappy pet ..

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Ph 536 6800

536 4266 Mob 027 270 6792 email: juleez@xtra.co.nz

Providing electrical services on the Pohutukawa Coast & throughout Auckland

Licensed builder available for new homes, renovations, additions, re-cladding, decks and all other aspects of the building trade



MOB 021. 769. 964 - PH 09. 536. 4076

Ph Neil 021 079 2589

JACK OF ALL TRADES Honest & Reliable Trade Certified Builder

• Odd jobs – Doors/Windows Eased • Holes Plastered • Rotten Boards Replaced • Roof Repairs • Floors Repaired

• Decks • Bathrooms • Tiling • Painting • Gibstopping

PHONE TONY 021 919 101 or 536 6686

Opening Hours:



Mon & Wed: 8am - 6pm Tues & Thurs: 8am - 8pm Fri: 9am - 6pm Sat: 9am - 5pm

you should love visiting the dentist...

We offer:

Online Booking Available www.sanctuarydental.co.nz

• Sleep dentistry for relaxation and anxiety • Holistic and amalgam free dentistry • Free dental treatment for young adults from year 9 to 18 years old* • Payment options: GE, Farmers, Q Card *Terms and conditions apply, contact us for full details

• Drain Unblocking • Vacuum Loading • CCTV Video Survey & Tractor camera • Plumbing • Gasfitting • Roofing • Drainlaying • Pipe Relining – Nuflow

Call BRETT on 021 501 421 or 536-6592



Certifying Plumber & Gas Fitter More than 20 years’ experience

• All Plumbing Maintenance • Pumps & Filters For ALL Domestic • Water Tanks & Commercial Work • UV Sterilisation • Rain Water Harvesting

• All Gas Maintenance • Electric Hot Water Cylinders • Gas Water Heating • Gas Fire Places • New & Existing Housing Opening Hours:

Mon & Wed: 8am - 6pm Tues & Thurs: 8am - 8pm Fri: 9am - 6pm Sat: 9am - 5pm

Ford Plumbing

24 HOUR CALLOUT Unit 20, 2 Bishop Dunn Place Botany, Auckland

Pensioner Discounts 09 273 2173 Local Beachlands-Maraetai Craftsman Plumber

you should love visiting the dentist...

09 273 2173




Unit 20, 2 Bishop Dunn Place Botany, Auckland

Full Comprehensive Dental Assessment including: 2 x-rays & Panoramic OPG Imaging (Full Mouth Digital X-ray)

0800 949 344 www.abbotts.co.nz





Wood chipping service. Up to 60mm dia branches. Full service, cutting, chipping, spreading and clearing available. Ph Gary 021 90 30 20



Josh on 021 367 431

Window’s in/out,exterior house wash,gutter clearing. Exp operator, Ph Keith at Panoramics 0272 453 444 or 530 8136


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DVS Home ventilation systems Full supply and installation service. Smartvent NZ made 5 year parts warranty. Act before winter. Ph Gary 021 903 020

P: 536 5830 M: 021 072 7799

Make the right choice about your dental care

For a FREE Quote:



E: pineharbour@marinadentists.co.nz


• All Drainage Requirements • Water Tanks Supply and Install • Retaining Walls • Concrete Work • Truck & Digger Hire


Phone Aaron Ross, Beachlands. Ph: 021 0233 2673

No job too small! Gib stop & paint, brick & block laying, tiling, paving, property maintenance. Ph: Dean 536 5164 or 0221 361 620 ROOFER: Qualified roofer, Stephen Perfect, 12yrs experience in metal roofing offers free quotes to fix or re-roof, also specialises in gutters, repairs & maintenance. Ph 027 389 5253, a/h 536 5527

Ph: 536 4361

• Tree Pruning & Removal • Mulching • Stump Grinding & Planting • Firewood Deliveries • PENSIONER RATES

David Cain B.D.S (UK) Rick Parfitt B.D.S. Shelley Chadwick



After Hours Appts by Arrangement Dr Alex Mechkov Dr Juliane Techima

Evening appointments available Call us now on 530 8461 or 530 8271 Whitford Village, Whitford, Auckland

You name it... gardening, retaining, fencing, landscaping, trellis, light building and maintenance work. Ph Gary 021 90 30 20.



HOURS: Mon-Fri 9.30am-5.30pm; Sat 9.30am-2.30pm




gine repairs, mowers, ride-on mowers, chainsaws, weedtrimmers, and chain saw sharpening. No job too small. Free pick-up local area only. Ph: 536 5621 or mob 027 308 7777 PAINTER: Interior/ exterior, repaints waterblasting. All work guaranteed. 30 years exp. Refs available. Ph Rob 021 184 8173.

MARINA Visit your LOCAL dentist for all your dental needs

BDS DENTAL SURGEON, BSc, Dip.Dent.Technology




to be held at the Clevedon Hotel,26 Kawakawa Bay Road Clevedon Sunday 10th August 2014 at 1.00pm Everyone Welcome




Professional & Trade Services Guide



Notice is hereby given of the 14th Annual General Meeting of the

Call Mark on

Full Comprehensive Dental Assessment including: www.fordplumbing.co.nz 2 x-rays & Panoramic OPG Imaging (Full Mouth YOUR plumber living on the Coast! Digital X-ray)

022 601 3216

Lawn mowing • General gardening Tree trimming & removal • Pruning Spraying • Chipping


We offer:

• Sleep dentistry for relaxation and anxiety

Quality workmanship no amalgam matter the size of the job • Holistic and free dentistry 021 2921 679 Your local garden specialist dental treatment for young • Renovations• Free • New Homes • Pumps • Spouting adults from year 9 to 18 years old* james@thekeanegardener.co.nz • Hot Water• Cylinders • All Plumbing Repairs Online Booking Available Payment options available

W www.thekeanegardener.co.nz

Call SHAY on 0212 767 797 or 536 6229


*Terms and conditions apply, contact us for full details

12 POHUTUKAWA COAST TIMES (July 18th 2014)

Business Listing - phone 536 5715 or fax 536 5714

ACCOUNTING SERVICES Sheryl Lane, chartered accountant 530 8219 Ian McLennan, CA www.iwm.co.nz 536 6715 Diane Myers CA, diane@myersca.co.nz 2929 470 Beanies2U, call Tanya chartered accountant 536 6297 ACCOUNTING & BOOK KEEPING Fair Value Accounting, Natasha www.fairvalue.co.nz 536 5195 AERIALS, TV & HOME THEATRE Smart Home Technology. Freeview, aerials, phone jacks, TV outlets, home theatre, new home prewire. Phone Sunny 0800 786 266 or 027 2841 325 Auckland Wide Electrical 536 6800, 021 998 665 AGGREGATES Beachlands Building & Hire Centre 536 6567 ALUMINUM WINDOWS: www.windowrenovations.co.nz Repairs and Replacements 021 297 2320 APPLIANCE SERVICING Axial appliance servicing Service@axial.co.nz 573 0877 ARCHITECTS Peter Diprose www.diprose.co.nz 530 9065, 021 125 1498 ARCHITECTURAL PLAN & DESIGN Ross J Willoughby 530 9358 ASPHALT Asphalt & Civil Projects Ltd 527 8718  or 0274 969 817 AUTO ELECTRICIAN Mobile Auto & Marine 0800 662 352 Alert Auto Electrical, Alan 021 176 4214 BEACHLANDS STORES Go to Mo’s 536 6505 Liquorland Beachlands 536 6345 Beachlands Building & Hire Centre - hardware, hire and garden centre 536 6567 Karishma Foodmarket 536 6601 Meat to Please 536 6866 BEAUTY THERAPY Maraetai Day Spa 536 4453 or 021 036 6237 BED & BREAKFAST Brookwood Lodge (Beachlands) 536 6975 BOBCAT & TRUCK HIRE 021 275 8544 Clevedon Bobcats, Dennis Marx BRICK & BLOCK LAYING Dave Stones 021 287 0188 Coastal Blocklayers Ltd - Clinton 0272 856 912 2922 939 BUILDERS Kelvin Storm LBP 536 6119 or 0274 745 039 Bryant Builders Ltd 0274 935 507 or 2928 777 Neal McKendrick Builders 2928 583 0274 374 896 Xact Construction, Greg Waterhouse 530 9032, 021 878 071 Dean Hartshorne Builders Ltd 536 5645 or 027 536 5645 Homing Instincts Ltd, ph Gareth Price 021 618 181, 536 6422 Michael Nootebos LBP 536 6628 or 0274 799 776 Cleave Building & Civil Ltd 577 3193 or 021 322 258 specialistbuilders.co.nz Craig 0800 54 64 64 or 021 392 092 NAS builders Ltd Neil 021 079 2589 BUILDING CERTIFIERS Compass Building Consultants Ltd 272 2269 BUILDERS SUPPLIES Morton Timber Co. Clevedon 292 8656 Dysart Timbers Drury ITM 294 9410 Dysart Timbers ITM 521 3609 or 021 928 941 CARPET CLEANING Carpet, upholstery cleaning services Ph Supakleen 536 5090 CARPET & VINYL SUPPLY & LAY Eddie 536 5218 or 0274 889 150 CHANDLERY Pine Harbour Marina 536 5157 CHILD CARE CENTRES Lilly’s Locker Montessori preschool 530 8697 CITIZENS ADVICE BUREAU Botany CAB for free, confidential advice & information 271 5382 (Botany CAB) 576 8331 (Pakuranga CAB) COMPUTER SERVICES Swift Technology Group 536 4911 or 0274 961 279 Andrew: WhatWhyWhen.com 0210 230 7897 or 536 6514 CONCRETE WORK Trumps Concreting Ltd 0274 589 899, a/h 536 4172 Asphalt & Civil Projects Ltd 5278718  or 0274 969817 DANCE STUDIO Coastal School of Dance (Danielle Saunders) 536 6371 DECKING Deckreation 0800 2 QUOTE, 536 4948 www.deckreation.co.nz DENTISTS Sanctuary Dental 273 2173 – Dr Yvonne Vannoort, Dr Abraham Thavamani, Dr Sylvia Hong – Dr Shayeste Irani – Hygienists Michelle Felton, Caron Thorne, Helen Lu Whitford Dental Group 530 8461 or 530 8271 – Dr Rick Parfitt & Dr David Cain – Hygienist – Shelley Chadwick 530 8461 or 530 8271 Anthony Hunt Dental Ltd, Dr Anthony Hunt, Clevedon 292 9071 Marina Dentists Pine Harbour 536 4361 DENTURES Howick Denture Services 534 8113 DIGGER & TRUCK HIRE www.hollandlandscaping.co.nz 292 8109 Entwood Enterprises 021 767 743 or 534 2481 The Little Digger 027 278 0335 or 536 4424 DOCTOR Beachlands Medical Centre 536 6006 Maraetai Beach Medical Clinic 536 5292 DOGS, CATS & PETS Clevedon Kennels and Cattery 292 8789 Howick Country Kennels & Cattery 530 8664 Brookby Lodge accom. for dogs & cats 530 8675 Fairfield Boarding Kennels & Cattery, Clevedon 2928 852 Noah’s Ark mobile inhome pet care 530 8136

Riverlee Pet Lodge, Clevedon 292 8789 DOG GROOMING Bracks Dog Grooming www.brackscats.co.nz 536 4639 DRAINLAYERS Mike Forde Contracting Ltd (reg. drainlayer) 021 636 816 J & R Hack Drainage 021 367 431 Bay Earthworks 0274 925 771 DRILLING Drillforce – water bores, divining, pump advice 09 267 9100 EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION B/M Playcentre Mon-Fri. 9am-12 536 6015 in Beachlands School grounds Whitford Pre-School Centre 530 8726 Clevedon Kidz Early Childhood Centre 2928 358 PORSE in-Home Childcare 262 4044 Coastal Kids 536 6737 Coastal Kids Pre-School 536 5313 Stems From Home Professional In-Home Child Care 536 7103 Connections In The Home (In-Home Child Care) 533 3512 EARTH MOVING CONTRACTORS Henri & Lynda Habraken 0274 961 472, 536 6806 Coast2Coast Earthworx Ltd 536 4536 or 021 364 536 Mike Forde Contracting Ltd 021 636 816 Padlie-Hall Ltd 533 0917 or 027 243 7156 John Minnee 1.5 tonne digger 530 8998 or 021 993 863 Cleave Building & Civil Ltd 577 3193 or 021 923 076 www.brookbycontracting.co.nz 3.5t w Augers 530 9290 027 530 9290 ELECTRICIANS Auckland Electrical Services 536 4074, 0274 741 579 Auckland Wide Electrical 536 6800, 021 998 665 Pohutukawa Electrical 536 4076, mob 021 769 964 Positive Electrical Services 021 801 606 Powered Up Electrical 021 660 065 , 299 1122 ENGINEERING & WELDING M & K Anderson, onsite engineering 09 948 2160 or 021 02677369 Amediate Engineering Ltd 09 265 2200 or 021 725 609 ENGINEERS - CIVIL/ENVIRONMENTAL/ STRUCTURAL CLC Consulting Group Ltd 576 3276 FARM KILLS Kevin Rogers 292 4725 FARM SUPPLIES/STOCK FEED/HARDWARE Clevedon Rural Supplies 292 8404 Farmlands Pukekohe 09 238 8853, fax 09 238 8688 FENCING CONTRACTORS Craig McLeod 027 292 5844 Shilo Urlich 027 256 6813 White Fencing 2928 064 or 0274 957 868 FIREWOOD Phone John anytime 530 8462 Eastern Firewood 534 6299 Ignition Firewood 0800 WOOD NOW FLOORING All About Floors, Darrel 570 5300, 021 688 875 FLORIST Clevedon Flowers, www.clevedonflowers.co.nz 292 9540 FRAMERS Howick Frames & Gallery 534 1307 FUNERAL DIRECTORS Resthaven Funeral Services Rachel Benns & Raewyn Proctor 533 7493 & 267 2530 Papatoetoe Funeral Cottage 279 9098 Fountains Funeral Directors & Monumentalists Papakura, Franklin and Manurewa 298 2957 or 266 6177 Ensom Funerals (John Ensom) 09 266 9942 or 09 524 6765 Souly Cremations Beachlands 0800 47 68 59 GARAGE DOORS Repairs & Service, Metro Garage Doors 263 6608 GEOTECHNICAL SERVICES Fraser Thomas Ltd 278 7078 GIBSTOPPING Alpha Drywall, Geoff 022 027 0290 or 536 6653 Wayne Mackenzie 021 882 276 or ah 530 9031 Greg Brown 021 067 6104, ah536 5989 Tony Hardyment -stopping & painting 0274 966 394 or 536 6477 specialistlinings.co.nz We fix, stop, and paint 0800 54 64 64 Mark Mangham, small to large jobs: Phoenixplasterers@gmail.com 021 456 275 ah 536 4140 GIFTS, SOUVENIRS, FLOWERS Clevedon Woolshed Crafts/Gifts 2928 615 GLASS AND GLAZING Manurewa Glass 266 7794 Howick Glass 535 4180 GRAPHIC DESIGN Nikki Croxford www.clickcreative.co.nz 536 7142, 021 920 630 Kirsty Black www.kgb-folio.co.nz 536 5421, 021 549 193 Joanna Beasley www.joannabeasley.co.nz 536 6497, 021 148 8613 HAIRDRESSING Les Chevaux Hair Salon 536 5559 Hair 4 You - hair salon 536 6658 Spirit Hair-Makeup-SprayTanning 536 6855 Nobel Hair Design 536 5805 Hair Do’s @ Maraetai ph Denise 536 4571 Look @ Me, Whitford, ph Charlotte 530 8939 Cooper Hairdressing, 16 Te Pene Rd, Maraetai 027 329 1781 HANDYMAN SERVICES Local Handyman: 536 5050 or 021 156 7370 Oakes Landscaping/Building Services, Ph Gary 021 903 020 Lifestyle Property Services Ltd 536 6735 or 0272 533 336 HAY & HAYLAGE CONTRACTOR McInnes Contractors Ltd 0274 992 648 HEALTH & FITNESS Perform Fitness 536 7231 HIRE & GARDEN CENTRE Beachlands Building & Hire Centre 536 6567

HOME APPLIANCE REPAIRS Graymac Appliances 535 5093 HOME CLEANING SERVICE Phone Meky 022 653 1465 HORSES Manufacturing Horse Leads 021 653 041 IMMIGRATION ADVICE Licensed Advisor - Lisa Seaborn 0210 229 9588 INTERIOR DESIGN Design consultant Toni Hedgland 536 7018, 0274-597301 (home furnishings, drapes, colour consultant) KITCHENS La Bella Kitchens Ltd, www. labellakitchens.co.nz 530 9092 Kitchen Craft Ltd www.kitchencraft.co.nz 09 274 4221 ~ For Sizzling Kitchen Design & Cabinetry – Ph Warren Inhouse Design & Concepts Ltd 021 272 1974 or 536 4625 LANDSCAPING Cornerstone Landscapes Ltd – for all aspects of landscaping 530 9126 or 021 312 266 or 021 412 110 LANDSCAPING/GARDEN SERVICES www.hollandlandscaping.co.n 292 8109 Eastside Landscapes 021 484 158 LAUNDROMAT 536 4218 7 DAYS, at GAS Maraetai, 131 Maraetai Drive, Maraetai LAWNMOWING & GARDENING SERVICES Pohutukawa Coast Lawns 536 5830, 021 072 7799 The Keane Gardener, phone James on 021 292 1679 DTS Wright Contracting Ltd 536 5239 or 027 600 5445 Greenacres – Stephen Howe 292 4165, 021 2266 753 Ride On Mowing - Scott 021 02475434 / 537 2966 Henry & Max Lawn & Garden Service 533 6018, 0210 556 309 LAWNMOWERS SALES/ SERVICE/ REPAIRS Stihl Shop, 18 Harris Rd, East Tamaki 274 6238 B’lnds/M’tai mower/chainsaw repairs 536 5621,027 308 7777 Reliable Lawnmower Services 278 5592   LAWNMOWING (LARGE AREAS) Holland Landscaping 292 8109 www.hollandlandscaping.co.nz Kingcraft Mowing & Gardening 021 447 095 LEGAL SERVICES Swayne McDonald & Co (Beachlands/Maraetai/Whitford) 265 2700 John Burton - Maraetai & Beachlands 536 5279 or 299 7780 Sanctuary Trust Law, Jacques Vannoort, LLM 273 2173 LOCKSMITHS Local Locksmith - Tony 536 5050 or 021 156 7370 Armstrong Smarter Security 0800 506 111 MARKETING, PR & COPYWRITING Frank PR amanda@frankpr.co.nz 09 623 3063, 021 444 042 MARQUEE HIRE Megan www.maraetaimarquee.co.nz 536 5771/0274 385130 MARRIAGE CELEBRANT Helen Rutledge 027 245 5837 or 536 5981 Neil Hamilton 027 224 2265 Lyn Buchanan 021 135 3643 or 536 6774 MASSAGE THERAPY Brookby Massage Studio -Sports, deep tissue, trigger point, relaxation 530 9129 Tracy Henderson - Massage therapy/Naturopathy 536 6605 Holistic Therapeutic Practitioner available, Whitford For appointments phone 021 749 517 MECHANICAL REPAIRS 292 8441 Clevedon Automotive Maraetai Service Station 1996 Ltd 536 6542 Pohutukawa Motors, 57 Third View Ave, Beachlands 536 6664 Clevedon Garage & Tyres 2928 289 Clevedon Motorcyles & Machinery 2928 927 or 021 2544 686 MIRRORS Howick Glass 535 4180 ORGANIC PRODUCTS Shop from home: www.moonwillow.mionegroup.com 2924 080 OUTBOARD REPAIRS / MARINE ENGINEERING Eastern Marine ~ Outboard, Petrol & Diesel Motors 536 6252 PAINTERS & DECORATORS S.T. Taylor, Member of Master Painters 021 912 515 Mustills Painting Services 536 4356, 027 619 2619 4U2C Decorators 027 648 3565 specialistlinings.co.nz We fix, stop, and paint 0800 54 64 64 PANELBEATERS & PAINTERS Whitford Panelbeaters 530 8695 Pristine Autobody, Panel & Paint 262 3757 Auto Collision Panel & Paint 534 2190 PERSONAL TRAINING WOWFIT Personal Training-James 0800WOWFIT, 021 771015 Envision Personal Training, Garyth 536 6327, 021 299 1482 PEST CONTROL Coastal Pest Solutions (including rats, rabbits,possums, wild cats, pest birds, wasps & bees) 536 6020, 0273 932 125 Pestblasters-R-Us 0800 888 338 PHOTOGRAPHER Timeless Images Photography 021 022 19653, 950 4675 PHYSIOTHERAPIST Ultimate Physio unit 4 45 Wakelin Rd, Beachlands 536 5904, 272 9294 PLASTERING (SOLID) Bruce Parsons 021 981 812 PLUMBERS SMS Plumbing 0212 767 797 Pohutukawa Plumbing 536 6879, 0275 366 879 Call The Plumber Ltd 24/7 service 536 5516, 027 202 3212 Abbotts Plumbing & Drainage 0800 949 344 Ford Plumbing - 24 hour callout - phone Mark on 022 601 3216 PLUMBERS & GASFITTERS Ashby Plumbing & Gas 2922 445, 0272 553 499 K. Dadzie Plumbing/Gas call Brett on 021 501 421, 536 6592 Pohutukawa Plumbing 536 6879, 0275 366 879

PRINTER C&D Print 2929 167 or 021 107 6750 PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Harcourts Beachlands Real Estate 536 6121, 0276 480 240 Rent People Ltd 0800 426 580 PUMP SALES & REPAIRS Auckland Electrical Services 536 4074, 0274 741 579 Pump Service Centre 536 7083, 0274 308 538 Water Pump Specialists 536 5447, 0274 982 419 Clevedon Pumps & Engineering 2928 404, 0274 797 741 Malmaks Water Sho 530 8872, 021 353 158 Pohutukawa Plumbing 536 6879, 0275 366 879 REAL ESTATE AGENTS Harcourts Beachlands Real Estate 536 6121 Barfoot & Thompson Clevedon 2928 348 Barfoot & Thompson Whitford 530 8292 Barfoot & Thompson Beachlands 536 4990 Ray White Lighthouse Licensed Real Estate 536 7011 Professionals 555 9136 ROOFING SERVICES Eastern Roofing Services, ph Steve 536 5875, 021 865 615 SCAFFOLDING Scaffold Connect Ltd 09 215 4855 SECURITY SYSTEMS ADS Security Ltd (alarms & monitoring) 536 6860 Armstrong Smarter Security and Alarms 09 274 0999 SEPTIC TANK CLEANING SST Services phone Rob 09 2947611 or 0274 967430 SHEEP SHEARING Mr Clip Ltd - sheep, goats, 276 1219, 0274 853 234 SHUTTLES Coast Shuttle-local hire & airport trips 536 6488, 0274 722 613 Omana Shuttles - Airport Transfers 536-5935 SPRAY TAN SPECIALISTS Colour Me In 536 6766 Mob 027 662 9897 SURVEYORS - LAND Hollier Greig & Associates 2928 745 McInnes, Read & Lucas Ltd 2987 288 Fraser Thomas Ltd 2787 078 Churchill Land Development Services Ltd 2734 182 CLC Consulting Group Ltd 576 3276 SWIMMING POOLS Peninsula Pools Ltd 0274 958 861, a/h 530 9115 Bluestone Pools Ltd 021 2731 779, ah 536 7125 Partridge Pool & Spa 299 8659 Oasis Heat Pumps Mob: 021 605 557 Office: 535 8891 TANK CLEANING John’s Farmlet Services 0800 327 653 TREE WORK S.T.H. (stumps, trees, hedges) 536 5621 or 027 308 7777 Tree stump grinding (NZAT) 530 8741 or 0274 989 080 TYPESETTING & GRAPHIC ART Steve 536 5276 TYRES - SALES & SERVICE Maraetai Service Station 536 6542 UPHOLSTERY & CANVAS Stackpole’s Upholstery Ltd 274 8585 VALUERS-PROPERTY Property Valuations Ltd, Papakura 299 7406, fax 299 6152 Seagar & Partners Ltd, Charlene 272 9660 or 021 945 806 VETERINARY SERVICES Franklin Vets (Beachlands) 538 0010 WALLPAPERING Wallpapering 021 1748 466 or 536 5899 WATER DELIVERY Beachlands/Maraetai Water Supply 273 9763 Beachlands Water Service 536 6508 Clevedon Water 292 8099 Whitford Water Supplies 530 8164 Rural Water, freephone 0508 787 254 or 021 765 628 John’s Farmlet Services & Water Supplies 0800 327 653 The Original Johns Water Supplies 536 6696 or 530 8155 Maraetai Blue Ltd 536 6437, 027 536 6437 Carlton Haulage 0800 420 246 Coastal Water Cartage 0508 COASTAL, 021 0757 757 Todd Wheeler Transport Ltd 0508 426 246 or 0274 752 832 Seaview Water 0508 732 843 – $250 for 17,000 litres; $225 for 13,500; $180 for 10,000 WET AZZ – keeping it local 0800 WET AZZ (0800 938 299) Local Water (Beachlands & Maraetai) 536 5683 WATER TANK CLEANING & REPAIRS Green Clean Co ($100) 0274 982 419 or 536 5447 Rural Water, freephone 0508 787 254 or 021 765 628 John’s Farmlet Services 0800 327 653 WATER TREATMENT Anthony Preston Ltd 534 5127, fax 535 6353 167 Moore St, Howick Malmaks Water Shop 530 8872, 021 353 158 NZ Water Filters Ltd 576 9649 or 021 138 7679 WEDDING VENUE Te Puru Centre 536 5360 Maraetai Beach Boating Club 536 6649 Brookwood Lodge, Beachlands. Garden setting. Ceremony only. 536 6975 or 0274 796 453 WEIGHT LOSS HYPNOTHERAPY Virtual Gastric Band www.avrilcarpenter.com 021 626 805 WINDOWS www.windowrenovations.co.nz Repairs and Replacements 021 297 2320 WINDOW CLEANING/HOUSE WASHING Panoramics 530 8136 or 027 245 3444 BEST Property Services 0508 932 532 or 021 366 615

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