FRIDAY October 3 2014 Issue 1080
Twelve Coast gardens open to public Twelve of Beachlands’ and Maraetai’s most gorgeous private gardens will be open to the public during the Pohutukawa Coast Charity Garden Ramble on Saturday November 8. The eclectic mix of properties includes coastal, native, English cottage, ‘good life’ family, subtropical, modern and even a Mexican styled garden. “There are some really beautiful and interesting gardens in our area,” says garden ramble coorganiser Anne Moir of Maraetai. “Some of them are tucked away and people just don’t realise they are there.” Anne says one Maraetai seaside garden that will be on display has won a number of garden awards. A keen gardener herself, Anne discovered some of these hidden garden treasures while out walking in her neighbourhood. Many have never been open to the public before. “The garden ramble is a chance for people to
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for Papakura. But the Omana Heights property is now for sale as family needs have changed. Judith and her family now want to live closer to the city and have bought a property in St Heliers. Judith says she will miss the friendly locals and the beach lifestyle. “This has been a very happy family home,” she says. “As I’ve been trotting
around doing things during the worst of the ‘troubles’ the locals have just been so supportive, coming up and saying nice things. “I’m upset at the thought we are selling because I love the place so much.” She says her family has enjoyed a tremendous amount of privacy during their time at Maraetai. “The locals have always (three winners already)not to beenlucky very careful
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Council tail wagging the dog...again THE EDITOR SAYS BY DUNCAN PARDON email@example.com Not surprisingly, there has been a huge outcry at the proposal to base the Warriors rugby league team on the North Shore – as part of Auckland Council’s proposed rationalisation of the city’s stadiums. Of course the whole idea is nonsense. South Auckland is the spiritual home of rugby league, even if Warriors’ stadium Mt Smart is technically in central Auckland. Moving the Warriors to the Shore - rugby heartland - would be tragic, especially for South Aucklanders who would face a long trip over the bridge. It could be the death knell for the club. I like Mt Smart. It’s old and shabby but there seems to be more leg room than at rugby’s Eden Park, you can get much closer to the action; and the parking – which involves driving down badly lit driveways behind industrial buildings – is kind of weird, but it works. Perhaps most disturbing is the manner in which we have found out about this North Shore proposal, indicative of the whole problem with the way Auckland Council oper-
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ates. Was the proposal announced by the Mayor? Or did it come from a resolution of Auckland Council? Or a Council committee chairman? No. It came from Robert Domm. Who?, I hear you say. Exactly. Robert Domm is CEO of a council organisation called Regional Facilities Auckland. He was quoted in the NZ Herald as saying: “Our job whether we get criticised by you in the paper tomorrow or whatever is to try to find solutions and we are bloody going to do it.” Charming. All this was, apparently, news to Cameron Brewer – a councillor who is actually elected to his position. He said in the Herald the next day: “I have never heard about this North Shore arrangement for the Warriors.” And then on Monday all of this prompted Mayor Len Brown to come out with the following statement: “People need to pause, consider all the issues and involve themselves in the very long discussion Aucklanders are about to have as part of the 10-year-budget process. “No final decisions have been made, and we are many months away from reaching that stage.
“The proposals released by Regional Facilities Auckland last week were simply an indication of where RFA’s thinking has got to, at this stage in what is a long process. “Any proposals the council agree to will be factored into the 10-year-budget process so they are the subject of extensive consultation, and to provide a chance for every Aucklander to have their say on how we best use public resources and public spending. “I intend to enter into these discussions with an entirely open mind, and I would encourage all councillors to take the same approach.” Final decisions on this issue will be made only after public consultation, in mid-2015. In other words, this issue was raised in entirely the wrong order. We should have heard from the Mayor first, and Mr Domm last. It’s our elected representatives who need to engage the people of Auckland in discussion about the future of our major sports stadiums. This is not some minor tinkering or upgrade of sports facilities. This is a major political decision. And it needs to be made by politicians, who in turn, need to talk with the people of Auckland. Why is it I get the impression that the unelected bureaucrats have already made up their mind.
Council defers Board project spending Local board capital expenditure projects totalling $30 million for the year 2014-2015 have been deferred by Auckland Council’s Finance and Performance Committee. Deferrals amounting to $35 million were proposed by staff in August but councillors requested they be referred to
That certain feeling Sometimes you have to go with what is called a "gut feeling". Something just does not feel right. And when that happens, the average person usually thinks "it is none of my business". But it can be your business, like when you see a suspicious vehicle or person at your neighbour's house, and you are pretty sure that there is no-one home. That is the time when you should be suspicious, and take down as many details as possible. With a vehicle, the first observation is the registration plate. But don’t stop there; a general description of the vehicle, colour, and make, any markings on the car or windows can be a big help, especially if the registration plates don't belong to that vehicle. Then there is the occupant(s). What are they wearing, what ethnicity, are they wearing hooded coats (suspicious). They may knock and say they have something to deliver, or are looking for someone. Be aware, be observant. Be polite, but mentally take note of anything that will identify the person(s). Once you have decided that something is 'Just not right", ring 111 with the details. lf it turns out that everything is fine, nothing is lost, and the Police will not blame you for using your initiative. On the other hand, you may just have prevented a crime. One idea is for your near-neighbours to swap telephone or e-mail details, and check with one-another to see if everything is all right with them. Keep them informed of suspicious happenings. Ask for their help or assistance. Look after one-another. Keep safe, and be observant. To join us, please text your name and phone number to 022 0449 130 and we will get back to you. Or call in to the local Police Station and pick up an application form, or you can download an application form to join us at http://tinyurl.com/mv6yzqg
local boards for review. The boards came back with proposals to limit referrals to $21 million but staff recommended $30 million, which was approved by the committee last week. The local board deferrals are part of a wider council programme to
reduce expenditure and keep rates rises to 2.5% next year. Most of the local boards asked that deferred projects received priority funding in the 2015-2016 year. Councillors voted to reconsider all local deferrals as part of the
LOOKING BACK From the files of the Pohutukawa Coast Times From the Pohutukawa Coast Times, October 1 1999... • Residents of Carlton Cres, Maraetai, who want to subdivide their sections should either be prepared for a long wait, or to dig deep into their wallets. A residents’ group has been formed , convened by Sid Weaver, with a view to persuading Manukau City Council to allow then to subdivide down to 400 sq metres. • Parliamentry candidates will give their views on the merits of forming a separate eastern city, at a public meeting on Saturday October 2. • Shelly Bay Rd,. Cherrie Rd and Beachlands Rd feature prominently in Manukau City Council’s programme for stormwater improvements for the year. The three Beachlands streets – along with parts of Ealing Cres, Karaka Rd and Pohutukawa Rd – are all scheduled for worki including piping improvements, cesspits and pollutant traps.
draft Long-term Plan deliberations and project reprioritisation. Committee chair Penny Webster said: “This is all part of the regular financial management of council’s capital delivery programme. The number of planned projects on the books each year often exceeds the council’s capacity for delivery. “There is always a proportion of capital projects that aren’t delivered in the timeframe
that was originally planned for. No projects will be deferred where council is contractually or legally committed.” She added: “The Long-term Plan process, deciding the council’s 10-year budget for 2015-2025, will provide the opportunity for community input on the importance of projects identified by local boards as priorities.” The committee also agreed to defer regional projects totalling $72 million.
Arrests over alleged Whitford meth lab Four occupants of a Whitford property were arrested and charged with various drug offences after Police last week discovered a clandestine laboratory allegedly recently used for manufacturing methamphetamine. Police say they initially went to the rural address conducting enquiries on a burglary matter when
they found the alleged lab in an outbuilding. The Police Clan Lab team was called in to dispose of toxins and drug equipment, while other officers searched and contained the property. Those charged appeared in court last Friday and were bailed until their case review hearing in November.
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Celtic drummers proving popular Scotland forever! Beachlands-Maraetai’s emerging Scottish Tribal Band Clan Celtica are rapidly achieving celebrity status, including an appearance on The Paul Henry Show. Clan Celtica was formed last year when the dreams of lifetime musician, Scotsman and now Beachlands resident Frankie Mac, who has combined with his wife Heather and a group of drummers and pipers to take Scottish music back to its roots. “The Military Pipe Band as New Zealanders know it is not music that originated from Scotland,” says Frankie. “It’s a militarised version of what we are, what our music was, foisted upon us by the English after the last big battle the highlanders had against them in 1745. “Our music is representative of the exciting sound going to battle against the Auld Enemy and the Vikings in wars stretching over many hundreds of years.” Clan Celtica’s authentic music hits an altogether different, guttural and tribal beat, totally foreign to the Military Pipe Bands familiar to New Zealanders. “But,” says Frankie, “our sound should mean a lot to Kiwis who are
Beachlands-Maraetai based Celtic tribal band, Clan Celtica. descended from the Scots, many of whom arrived on Aotearoa’s shores in the late 1700s onwards to escape the hardships and oppression of their homeland.” Dominated by tribal beats from a range of drums and Heather’s tambourine, the band features only a sole bagpiper who carries a sometimes haunting, sometimes echoing tune rather than dominating and drowning the beat. Frankie says that during the First World War, the Germans described the bagpipes as a warning that the ‘lassies from hell were coming.’ “The whole point about this music is that it is not new, it is as old as the hills, it is part of
the hills, and it is Scotland’s original call. But when tribal Scots band Clandonia took the world by storm at the opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Games in Edinburgh this year, the floodgates opened for appreciation of all things Scots and Tribal, especially music. “It’s been a hard slog but pioneer bands in Scotland, such as Clanadonia and Albannach have been the forerunners in this music revival over the last 15 years or so. Clan Celtica hasnow begun spreading the word to the southern hemisphere,,” says Frankie. Now, invitations to perform at Australian Highland Games have been
coming in thick and fast. Currently on the table are offers to go to go to Adelaide, Melbourne and Sydney between the months of Feburary and April next year. After live performances on Sky Sports King in The Ring and TVNZ news covering the Scottish Independence Referendum, came the invitation from TV presenter Paul Henry. Clan Celtica performed one of their war tunes as part of debate surrounding the Scottish Independence vote to split from the UK. Frankie Mac would love Pohutukawa Coast residents to get a taste of the Clan Celtica brand by listening to them on YouTube.
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the world’s most richest and sustainable as reflected by our huge natural resources of oil, water and renewable energy.” Frankie decribes Alex Salmond’s life work in
giving Scotland a greater voice in Westminster (such as the return of a Scottish Parliament albeit with limited devolve powers) as being “nothing short of heroic.”
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Bowling club to install new playing surface Maraetai Bowling Club is about to lay a new state-of-the-art artificial playing surface. Work is due to start this weekend on rolling-up the existing green prior to the new green being installed mid-October. It’s a big step for the club, which has been at its existing Te Pene Rd site since 1962 when it was part of an amalgamated club with tennis. The tennis club relocated to Te Puru Park in 1987. Artificial greens last about 15-20 years, depending on how heavily they are used. This will be the club’s third artificial green but president Derek McKeen is determined that the best possible surface is used so it will last as long as possible. This is because it comes with a $135,000 price tag that will leave the club’s coffers empty and no contingency fund should anything else need doing. The surface will be funded with the $40,000 the club has saved over the past 50 years. The rest of the funding has come from charitable trusts and an Auckland Council grant. It is the first time in the club’s history that it has gone to sources outside of the bowling community for funding. “We wrote to 20 charitable trusts, 14 of them replied and generally said sorry but they didn’t get enough money out of our area coming into the trust for disbursement. “This is because there are hardly any pokie machines in this district,” says Derek McKeen. And unless there is a law change in the next few years, Derek believes club members in 15 years’ time will find it even harder to get outside funding for a new playing surface. That’s why every effort is now being made to get the best possible surface laid.
The biggest single grant is coming from Hastings based Infinity Foundation which has given the club a grant of $30,000. Auckland Council initially turned down a request for a grant, but following lobbying from local community board members, eventually agreed to a grant of $17,000. (Bowls, tennis and croquet are the only sports for which the council does not provide playing surfaces). The new Needlepunch surface is coming from England. The sub-surface work will be carried out by Australian based company, Berry Bowling Systems which has managed to shave the initial $175,000 quote to a manageable $135,000. Artificial greens are better value than natural grass which over the same lifespan would cost about $60,000 a year in greenkeeper, maintenance, weed spraying etc. Across the country, bowling club memberships are in decline and some clubs are having to amalgamate. But bowls at Maraetai is here to stay. It’s too far away from other clubs to amalgamate. What’s more, it is bucking the trend and has actually grown over the past five years. At one stage its membership was down to 18, now it is over 50. Derek McKeen believes, that with the local population expected to double over the next 10-15 years, the bowling club is well placed to take advantage. “I believe having a bowling club is good for the community. “Everyone sees bowls as an old person’s game. But of the 12 bowlers who went to the Commonwealth Games, about half were under 25 years of age. “I tell people don’t just think of your son being an All Black, They can’t all be All Blacks and there are lots of con-
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The artificial green at Maraetai Bowling Club has done good service but from this Sunday it will be rolled up to make way for a new state-of-the-art surface. cerns in rugby over injuries and concussion. “The last person injured playing bowls was probably struck by lightning!” The Maraetai club has put in a lot of effort over the past year or so introducing bowls as a sport to children at Beachlands and Maraetai Beach Schools, assisted by Te Puru Community Centre and Counties Manukau Sport. As a result, Derek is keen to introduce a school
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No traffic island for Hunua Village Auckland Transport have rejected both a reduction in speed limit through Hunua Village and a traffic island. Franklin Local Board members had expressed interest in funding the installation of a central traffic island at Hunua village in order to provide both traffic calming and a pedestrian refuge point for school children to cross Hunua Road to the local hall. However, Auckland Transport says a traffic island isn’t suitable for a 70 kph semi-rural environment. Traffic counts were held within the 70kph zone on Hunua Road near the Hunua hall. Auckland Transport says the speed data indicates that most vehicles are travelling within the speed limit and no obvious speeding problems through the village were identified. The data also indicates that the current speed limit of 70kph suits the road environment and matches the operating speed. The level of development in the area and the current traffic controls fall well below that required for a speed limit reduction to 50kph. As a result, Auckland Transport is not recommending further exploration of a speed limit reduction at this stage. Instead, Auckland Transport recommends that an amended design of side islands with an extension of footpath be considered.
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CCTV nabs police station tagger A 14-year-old Maraetai youth has been spoken to by Police after CCTV footage caught him tagging the Beachlands Police station. Police say they will also be speaking to two young girls, believed to be from Beachlands, who were with him.
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“We have seen a bit of tagging about lately - at Sunkist Bay, Omana and the Beachlands library,” says Beachlands contable Steve Webb. “Tagging defaces our community and a lot of it is quite disrectful. “It also causes damage to people’s property which is an offence.” Steve asks locals to report any incidents over the school holidays.
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Boards get power to object to alcohol licence applications Auckland Council has delegated local boards the power to object to alcohol licence applications in their area. Until last Friday’s Governing Body meeting, local boards did not have the authority to engage in legal proceedings such as objecting to an application for an alcohol licence. Like any party objecting to a licence application, local boards will be required to follow strict criteria outlined in the Sale & Supply of Alcohol Act 2012. Criteria such as the suitability of the applicant and whether the amenity and good order of the locality
may affect the area are just some of the grounds required to make an objection. An objection by any resident, business, local board or agency (e.g. Police, Medical Board of Health) must be filed with the District Licensing Committee (DLC) within 15 working days of the first public notice announcing an application has been made. DLCs consider all aspects of the application and any objections before they make the decision on whether to grant or decline an application. In making their final decision the DLC must follow the criteria set out in the Act.
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Handing over community halls to local management committees came a step closer at the September Franklin Local Board meeting. The aim is to have management committees deal with the day to day hall management with Auckland Council continuing to be responsible for major maintenance and upgrades. At its monthly meet-
ing, the Local Board set up two committees to interview and evaluate applications from groups interested in managing their local hall. The committee considering applications in the Coast-Clevedon area is Jill Naysmith READ (chairwoman), Lyn Murphy, ONLINE www.pctimes.co.nz Angela Fulljames and (updated every Friday) Malcolm Bell. Also visit ourwill facebook Their job bepageto - Pohutukawa Coast Times apply an evaluation criteria to identify suitable groups, based on: • Relevant expertise POHUTUKAWA COAST TIMES in governance, accountREAD ONLINE ing and other committee www.pctimes.co.nz (updated every Thursday) functions Also visit our facebook page - Pohutukawa Coast Timesso• An incorporated ciety or trust status; or ability to obtain such status • A vision for the hall’s operation that addresses the community’s need • Evidence of past successes or capability READ ONLINE to www.pctimes.co.nz manage and a (updated everyoperate Friday) hall. Also visit our facebook page The- halls in the Pohutukawa CoastCoastTimes Clevedon area are cur-
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rently operated directly by Auckland Council. These halls are: Kawakawa Bay Community Hall, Orere War Memorial Hall, Maraetai Community Hall, Whitford Community Hall, Whitford War Memorial Pavilion, Beachlands Memorial Hall, Clevedon Community READ Hall, Clevedon District Centre, Ardmore Hall, Also visit ou Alfriston Hall. Clevedon Community Hall and Kawakawa Bay Community Hall occupy Reserve land. POHUTUKA Auckland Council will need to consult withREAD the ONLINE Also vi local Iwi. And prior to granting any licence to occupy on the KawakawaPOHUTUKAWA Bay CO Community Hall, the Council is required to advertise its intentions to grant the licence. That advertisement appears in today’s PC Times. An Expression of Interest process will be run up to December 31 to identify hall committee applicants and the delegated local board members will evaluate these for suitability.
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42 Wakelin Road, Beachlands Phone 536 4990 www.barfoot.co.nz AUCTION
37 Intrepid Crescent
If you’re looking to get into the market you need to jump on this 2 beddy on a 1/4 acre, fast! With a superb north facing backyard there’s still potential to expand and add value to this property. Motivated overseas vendors have gone through the recent efforts to assure a sale at auction!
With 5 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms spread over 2 levels, there’s various options either for the teenage zone, granny & grampy, or just for the big family. There’s spacious open plan living & dining, great flow to a lovely garden. From the 2nd floor “wing” you can relax & enjoy a morning coffee, or just enjoy the sea view.
Auction: 12:00pm 14 Oct 2014 at Conference Centre, Manukau Sports Bowl (unless sold prior) View: SAT/SUN 12:00 - 12:30pm at 4 Fourth View Avenue www.barfoot.co.nz/525922 Nicolette Hale M 027 702 9157 Beachlands 09 536 4990
Maraetai 58 Rewa Road This woodsy retreat is full of character, charm and rustic flare. Most people like the thought of “one of a kind” but seldom are homes this individual. The rolling green and bush vistas can be enjoyed from almost every angle with hardly another home in site. Offering 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, study/studio and spacious double garage. Vendors are relocating and ready to sell!
Auction: 12:00pm 28 Oct 2014 at Conference Centre, Manukau Sports Bowl (unless sold prior) View: Saturday/Sunday 2:00 - 2:30pm www.barfoot.co.nz/529716 Ian Boswell M 027 285 9314 A/H 09 530 8403 E email@example.com Beachlands 09 536 4990 Mark Van Etten M 027 523 2245 P 09 536 7284 E firstname.lastname@example.org Beachlands 09 536 4990
Mark Van Etten M 027 523 2245 P 09 536 7284 Beachlands 09 536 4990
For Sale: $930,000 View: Sunday 12.00 -12.30pm www.barfoot.co.nz/527439 Matthew Brown A/H 09 536 4150
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ForOmana SaleHeights By Auction Drive - For Sale By Auction FEATURE PROPERTY: October 3, 2014
There are any number of features we can talk about in Judith Collins’ fabulous Omana There are any number of features we can talk about in Judith Collins’ fabulous Omana Heights storey of retreat from the world politics. the lady says herself says it really Heights two storey retreat from thetwo world politics. But ofthe ladyBut herself it really all comes down to one thing: the view. all comes down to one thing: the view. “When I ﬁrst walked into the place, I looked at that view and said ‘well, that’s it then’. We had looked at other places but never seen anything like this. And the view is always changing,” says Judith.
“When I ﬁrst walked into the place, With I looked at that view and said ‘well, that’s it then’. We had looked at one of the highest vantage points in Maraetai, the top storey decks provide a vista that looks across other places but never seen anything like this. And the view is always changing,” says Judith. Beachlands to Auckland City, sweeps past Rangitoto and all the way round to Waiheke Island. Visitors
just instantly gravitate to the decks. So with that in mind, the decks have now been tiled and covered for
With one of the highest vantage points in Maraetai, decks provide that looks across year-round entertaining,the with top bifold storey and stacker doors allowing for a thevista living spaces to be opened to the outdoors. Beachlands to Auckland City, sweeps past Rangitoto and all the way round to Waiheke Island. Visitors adjacent to the dining area now has its own outdoor kitchen. And what a kitchen it is, with a just instantly gravitate to the decks.The Sodeck with that in mind, the decks have now been tiled and covered for top-of-the-range bbq and burners with adjacent outside sink unit. year-round entertaining, with bifold “We andputstacker doors allowing living to be opened tolouvered the in the outdoor kitchen but it has for neverthe actually beenspaces used. It’s absolutely pristine. The roof over the deck means it can be used all year round,” says Judith. outdoors. The outdoor kitchen is just one example of the huge amount of effort gone into making this the perfect
The deck adjacent to the dining area now hasprofessional its own family. outdoor kitchen. And what a kitchen it is, with a home for a busy “The house is builtoutside of concretesink whichunit. makes it very warm and very well insulated. It heats up in the top-of-the-range bbq and burners with adjacent winter and the way it is designed means it’s also cool in summer. It’s big, has got good garaging, plenty of
“We put in the outdoor kitchen but parking, it hasand never It’sLots absolutely pristine. The we’ve actually put a lot of been time intoused. the garden. of electrical work has been donelouvered so the whole place lights up like a Christmas tree!,” says Judith. roof over the deck means it can be used all year round,” says Judith.
“My work and David’s means we do entertain, especially in the summer. It’s a really easy house to
entertain of in. Most top ﬂoor can openofupeffort to the outside. On a nice day it’sthis a wonderful space and The outdoor kitchen is just one example the of huge amount gone into making the perfect people just gravitate to the view. There’s another living area downstairs as well as four bedrooms and two home for a busy professional family.bathrooms. When our son was growing up, there were often kids downstairs watching tv, playing games and Playstation. they could walk outside well.”well insulated. It heats up in the “The house is built of concrete which makes And it very warm and as very So let’s do the grand tour. winter and the way it is designed means it’s also cool in summer. It’s big, has got good garaging, plenty of First, the security is outstanding. Fences, high gates and alarms ensure the property is as safe as can be. parking, and we’ve put a lot of timeAnd into theare garden. Lots of electrical hascameras beenwith done so the whole if there nosey journalists hovering outside, work surveillance monitors in several rooms can tell the occupants exactly who is at the gate. There are also two entrances to the property from Omana place lights up like a Christmas tree!,” says Judith. Heights and from Maraetai School Rd.
“My work and David’s means we The doentrance entertain, especially It’s asome really easy artworks. houseCentral to foyer is huge and Judithin hasthe used summer. the space to display spectacular stairs lead up to the top storey and into Judith’s favourite room, the living area with its amazing views entertain in. Most of top ﬂoor can open up to the outside. On a nice day it’s a wonderful space andand stacker doors leading to the deck. people just gravitate to the view. There’s another livingI can area downstairs asthefour “This area is my favourite. sit with the ﬁre goingas andwell look at view bedrooms Although the tvand room two at night is also fantastic,” she were says. often kids downstairs watching tv, playing games bathrooms. When our son was growing up, there Theoutside open plan as living area leads to a formal dining room and a minimalist kitchen. There’s an island with and Playstation. And they could walk well.” So let’s do the grand tour.
stainless steel bench top, top of the range appliances including double door fridge. But most of the rest is hidden behind folding cupboard doors.
The dining room leads to the aforementioned tv/media room with big screen tv and ceiling mounted
First, the security is outstanding. Fences, and alarms the property isarea. as safe as can be. projector.high Bifold gates doors lead to the deck withensure its outdoor kitchen and dining And if there are nosey journalists hovering surveillance cameras withwardrobe monitors several rooms Also on the outside, top storey is the master bedroom with big walk-in leadingin through to an ensuite with spa bath. It also has its own private deck which has also been given the louvre treatment. This means you can tell the occupants exactly who iscan atsleep the atgate. There are also two entrances to the property from Omana night with the deck doors open (well, in summer anyway!). On the other wing is a bathroom Heights and from Maraetai School Rd. and a small bedroom currently used as an ofﬁce. Folding doors hide a small laundry area. And there’s a dumb waiter that sends groceries up and rubbish down.
The entrance foyer is huge and Judith has used the space to display some spectacular artworks. Central Back to the entrance foyer and stairs lead down to a second living area. On the way is a small wine cellar. the Judith’s right of the living area are room, two adjacent with awith sharedits ensuite between.views This is mirrored stairs lead up to the top storey and To into favourite thebedrooms living area amazing and on the opposite side of the living area, with two more bedrooms and ensuite. stacker doors leading to the deck.
Internal access leads to two garage spaces, one ideally suited as a workshop that includes shower/toilet,
and thethe house’s two cars, currently to David’s Porsche “This area is my favourite. I can sit with ﬁreelectronic going data andcentre. lookTheatother thegarage viewis for Although the tvhome room at night 911 and Judith’s MGB (which she’s owned since she was age 27!). is also fantastic,” she says. All the downstairs lacks to make it completely self contained is a kitchenette. However, there is space to
one. The open plan living area leads to aaddformal dining room and a minimalist kitchen. There’s an island with Outside, the garden is maintenance free, with pavers and crushed shell. It has a tropical theme with lots of stainless steel bench top, top of theshrubs range appliances including double door fridge. But most of the rest is and colour, but with plenty of scope for a new owner to add their own ideas. Judith’s pet project hidden behind folding cupboard doors. is a series of fence-mounted planter boxes opposite the front entrance in which she is growing a dazzling range of herbs.
The dining room leads to the aforementioned tv/media room with big screen tv and ceiling mounted Judith says she will miss her slice of paradise in Maraetai. But the good news is it can now be projector. Bifold doors lead to the deck with its outdoor kitchen and dining area. someone else’s. By Duncan Pardon Also on the top storey is the master –bedroom with big walk-in wardrobe leading through to an ensuite with spa bath. It also has its own private Images deck -which has also been given the louvre treatment. This means you Top left: Judith Collins and Ray White Lighthouse’s Geoff Bignell With the north westerly aspect to Rangitoto and (well, City behnd them. Secondanyway!). from top: Enjoying a change of pace in the ﬂoor living room. can sleep at night with the deck doors open in summer On the other wing is 1st a bathroom Third from top: Judith’s garden Bottom: The grand scale of the building as seen from the Omana Heights and a small bedroom currently usedDrive asroad anfrontage ofﬁce.. Folding doors hide a small laundry area. And there’s a dumb waiter that sends groceries up and rubbish down. 3 Omana Heights Drive, Maraetai Beach
Back to the entrance foyer and stairsForlead Sale Bydown Auction to a second living area. On the way is a small wine cellar. Onsite 6:30pm Thursday October 23, 2014 (unless sold prior) To the right of the living area are twoOpen adjacent bedrooms with a shared ensuite between. This is mirrored Saturday & Sunday 3:00 - 3:45pm rwlighthouse.co.nz/BCH20086 on the opposite side of the living area, with two more bedrooms and ensuite. rwlighthouse.co.nz
Internal access leads to two garage Geoff spaces, one ideally email@example.com a workshop that includes shower/toilet, Bignell 0274 976 507 suited ah 536 6995 and the house’s electronic data centre. The other garage is for two cars, currently home to David’s Porsche 911 and Judith’s MGB (which she’s owned since she was age 27!). All the downstairs lacks to make it completely self contained is a kitchenette. However, there is space to add one.
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School hols adventures in Hunuas
Kokako Lodge Trust promotes outdoor education in a postcard New Zealand setting, the foothills of the Hunua Ranges. As part of their license agreement with Auckland Council the trust works with AIMHI schools to promote outdoor education and leadership and support improved educational outcomes for students. AIMHI (Achievement in Multicultural High Schools) is a group of nine decile one secondary schools in the South Auckland region whose student population is largely Maori and Pacific Islander. Funding is provided predominantly by the corporate and community sector.
With the school holidays here however the Trust have recently set their sights on a younger audience – 8-13 year olds. Two one day programmes have been designed to introduce youth to the great outdoors. Programmes run from 8am to 5pm and cost $70. On Monday October 6 children can go on ‘A Brave Adventure’ and learn the skills needed in an environment that resembles the Scottish Highlands. They will be taught archery, bush craft, orienteering, low Ropes and participate in team-building games. Then on Friday October 10 they can be Huckleberry Finn for
a day. Renowned for his survival skills, this programme starts with team-building games and teaches budding adventurers raft-building, camp cooking and high ropes. “We are blessed in New Zealand with beautiful scenery. It’s a privilege to watch our youth enjoying it, learning some valuable skills and developing self-confidence and leadership which is especially important in this pre-teen group” says Director Laura Fourie. For more information about the programmes on offer contact Kokako Lodge at www.kokakolodge.org.nz or phone 09 292 4349.
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Basketball Youth Squad Kayaking near Hunua Falls.
New projects suggested for Beachlands kerb and channelling The latest round of kerb and channelling for Beachlands is due to get underway about now. This will comprise 300 metres of new kerb and channel between Sunkist Bay Rd and Cherrie Rd on both sides. The work is estimated to cost $230,000. Meanwhile, Auckland Transport has a new list of kerb and channelling projects for consideration by the Franklin Local Board They are: • Shelly Bay Road from Third View Ave roundabout to Second View Ave • First View Ave from Sunkist Bay Road to Wakelin Road • First View Ave from Bell Road to Pohutukawa Road • Fourth View Ave from Wakelin Road to Sunkist Bay Road
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• Shelly Bay Road from Karaka Road to Beachlands Road roundabout • Karaka Road from Shelly Bay Board to end. Prioritisation is based on the factors that include: • Being within 700 metres of the village or school • Being on a school bus route • Has a reported incident history • There is no current footpath on either side. Auckland Transport is also suggesting wideining the shoulder or creating a cycle lane on the Whitford-Maraetai-Clevedon ‘loop’, a project being lobbied by Wairoa board member Lyn Murphy. However, lack of funding will be a problem and only the most dangerous parts to cyclists may be done first.
Free “Have a Go” Basketball Sessions at Te Puru! 15th October 7pm – 8pm 22nd October 7pm – 8pm All 11 – 14 year olds welcome Two free pre-season “Have a Go” sessions Regular sessions to follow @ 7pm every Wednesday ($5 per session) Contact Fred, or just turn up! Email: email@example.com Tel: 027 7755320
Beachlands 115 First View Avenue The Soul Of Epsom, In The Heart Of Beachlands Discover this turn of the century Villa that guarantees your family the room to grow. Secure your future lifestyle with four generous bedrooms on a full site that leaves plenty of room for the cars and boat. Entertain your friends and family with wonderful period features we all love - stained glass, a gracious hall, warm native timbers and magnificent fireplaces. With modern indoor flow, you will enjoy the comfort and health benefits of a fully renovated home with new insulation, roof and electrical wiring. Grow family memories on the Pohutukawa Coast with an easy two minute stroll down to the beach. Hurry - don ´t miss this rare mix of old world charm in a lifestyle location - secure your family’s future today!
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Animals take over for last day of school term at Clevedon Lambs, calves, chickens and goats took over Clevedon School last Friday for the traditional end of third term Agricultural Day. Lambs, kids, calves and chickens were judged in various categories including rearing & caring, calling, leading, obstacle, best of breed wool,
fatness and perching. Chaos reigned as a chicken was misplaced at one stage. In the pet tent every animal from a turtle to guinea pigs were represented. And if children weren’t able to raise an animal to take part in the Day, then they made a veg-
etable sculpture and had to grow at least one of the veges. The usual raffles took place, cakes and sweets were sold and children had a chance to open a treasure chest which turned out to be unclaimed on the day. The day ended with entertainment from the school’s Kapa Haka group and musical students.
RIGHT: Hugo McPhail (6) with lamb Sheila and awards for fattest lamb, best wool and best calling.
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LEFT Principal Julie Schumaker turns the raffle wheel.
ABOVE: Nate Vale (4) with sister Mackenzie’s lamb Bud (3rd calling, 5th caring and rearing) get ready to head home after a long day.
ME...Marty the Zebra!!! Popcorn the Clown, Dance Party with DJ Afro, Carnival Games, Prizes, Merry-GoRound, Bouncy Castles, Face Painting, Jungle Nails, Kids Crafts, Circus School, Balloon Twisting, A Lolly Scramble & Petting Zoo...
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ABOVE: Alia Chapman ( 1st junior plan section and reserve champion) and Liam Chapman (1st for intermediate plant sculpture and champion cup for plant section).
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ABOVE: Parents and children gather to find out who won the prizes.
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SATURDAY OCTOBER 4: High Tea on the Coast at St Hilda’s Anglican Church Hall, 3 Wakelin Rd, Beachlands. Bring a friend and treat yourselves to an elegant afternoon tea. To book a table please phone Marilyn 536 6123 or Christine 530 8601. A fundraising venture for the Pohutukawa Coast Anglican Mission District.
MONDAY OCTOBER 6: To Friday October 10. Uxbridge Creative Centre has a fantastic holiday programme on offer. Half and full day workshops available for 6 – 12 and 8 – 14 year olds. Lip Smacking Cake Pops, Sewing, Puppet Making, Crazy Clay, Collage, Stained Glass Pictures, Digital Photography and more. You don’t have to be ‘arty’ to join in, just keen to have some fun. Full details available at www.uxbridge.org. nz or phone 535 6467 to enquire and register. TUESDAY OCTOBER 7: Also Thursday October 9. The Junior Engineer’s Club is running two Meccano Workshops at the Highland Park Community House, Howick during the second week of the school holidays Learn how to use nuts and bolts and construct working models with Meccano. Suitable for ages 7 – 12. Great introduction to model engineering. If you have been before, come again and build a bigger model. Two Hour workshop , all parts supplied, $20 per child . Price discounts available. Starts 1pm. Bookings essential. Phone the Meccanoman for details and bookings for workshops. 536 4188 or 027 671 6004 TUESDAY OCTOBER 7:. Beachlands Maraetai Social Club meets at 1.30pm in the Beachlands Hall. This months entertainer is Lionel Reeki, All Welcome.
Maraetai’s Johnny Rist is on the ball, while Conor Barton for Beachlands attempts the tackle. Left is Luke Roycroft (Beachlands) . Photos: Claude Therond,
Maraetai wins at last in soccer’s Battle of Bridge
By Teri Doran Maraetai claimed their first ever victory in this year’s senior men football team’s Battle of the Bridge tournament in dramatic style on Saturday. The battle lines were drawn for the annual local derby which took place at Beachlands Domain, and saw Maraetai cast off their underdog tag and claim triumph for the first time in the competition’s six year history. It was a close fight between the Beachlands and Maraetai teams. The first-half remained goalless with Beachlands dominating most of the possession early on and having more chances on target. However, the secondhalf saw Maraetai come out fighting. It took the underdogs just five minutes to open the scoring when veteran Richie Harvey found the net. Harvey punished Beachlands for a defensive error after he intercepted a pass-back to the keeper. There was high drama with fifteen minutes left on the clock when Beachlands equalised through a Brian Preston strike, putting the current holders back in the game. At this stage it looked like the match was heading to extra time, with the possibility of a repeat of last year’s dramatic penalty shoot out. But, with less than five
THURSDAY OCTOBER 9: Pohutukawa Coast Probus Club monthly meeting at the Maraetai Beach Boating club at 10 am. Speaker for the day is Janice Chandler. Janice will be giving a light hearted talk entitled “Ancient Persia to Modern Day Iran” THURSDAY OCTOBER 9: Listen UP Community choir rehearses weekly every Thursday evening at St Hildas Church, Wakelin Road in Beachlands from 7.30pm FRIDAY OCTOBER 10: St Mark’s Anglican Church, 104 Maraetai Drive: Sing along to your favourite old songs from the 1940’s - 1970’s, when songs were still singable! 1.30pm - 3.30pm with Afternoon Tea; $2 donation. All welcome. Need transport? Call Christine 530 8601. FRIDAY OCTOBER 10 : 7pm Community Clothes Swap. Please drop off your gently used Womens, mens, childrens clothing, shoes, bags and jewellery to 62 Second View Ave, Beachlands or the Log Cabin during opening hours. If there is no one home please leave your name on a piece of paper in the bag so you can receive your 10 free items. All donations receive 10 free items on the night, most items on the night will be $1. Entry is $5 and includes a drink and nibbles.
Beachlands captain, Anthony Schomaker (right), relinquishes the Battle of the Bridge Shield to SATURDAY OCTOBER 11: “Spring into Summer!” Aaron Parry. Photo: Claude Therond minutes of game time heartbreaking loss” Beachlands Mini Market & Car Boot on at the Beachlands Chartered Club 9am-12noon. Bring the remaining young up against Beachlands was family along for a fun morning with a variety of stalls + and coming starlet Jesse still raw, but his team Sausage Sizzle, Quick Fire Raffles, Country Music - the Café will be open from 7am for Breakfast, Brunch & Kaars scored to make it stepped up. 2-1 and secure victory for the East Siders. Notice of intention to grant a Licence Beachlands team coach, James Gibbs, to Manage and Operate Premises for was disappointed with the Kawakawa Bay Community Hall the result and missed chances, but says the team will regroup and Notice is given of Auckland Council’s intention to grant a Licence look towards claiming to Manage and Operate Premises for the Kawakawa Bay Community Hall, under Section 73 (4) of the Reserves Act 1977. the shield back next year. Bay Community Hall will be available The land occupied by the Kawakawa “Felt pretty gutted. The on the council’s website. Bay Community Hall is held by the game was in our hands, Crown through the Department Written submissions or objections of Conservation as an unclassified we had 12 opportunities should be sent to: recreation reserve and vested in to their three, and they Ian Alexander or Tracy Mossman on the Auckland Council in trust, for sank two of theirs. email at ruralhalls@aucklandcouncil. recreation purposes. “Well played to Maragovt.nz, or Auckland Council, Private Auckland Council intends to grant Bag 92300, Auckland 1142. etai. We’ll get them next a Licence to Manage and Operate Submissions or objections will year.” Premises to a local community be received until 9am on Monday, Maraetai captain, Aargroup, for the management and 3 November 2014. operation of the Kawakawa Bay on Parry, says the vicPlease advise in your written Community Hall. tory felt like “winning submission or objection if you wish A copy of this notice, together with the lottery.” to be heard. a plan of the area of the Kawakawa “We went in as underdogs, but the Maraetai spirit and determination For more information: contact Ian Alexander or Tracy Mossman on shone through,” says 09 301 0101 or via email on Aaron. firstname.lastname@example.org He says the memory of last year’s “narrow, AC_3116_PCT
WEDNESDAY 8 OCTOBER: St Andrews Big Band, $12 7pm The St Andrew’s Big Band was formed in May 2011 to provide musical opportunities for young jazz musicians in the Eastern Suburbs of Auckland. The band specialises in classic big band repertoires as well as other popular jazz styles such as latin, funk and R&B. The proceeds from this concert will go towards the Youth & Community Development Trust. Call Uxbridge on 09 535 6467 to book. Uxbridge Creative Centre, 35 Uxbridge Road, Howick.
Coffee.. Collect up your unwanted items and have a Car Boot for $10 or a Stall for $20. Phone/Text Sheryl 536 6947 or 027 806 9519 to book. SATURDAY OCTOBER 11: Kawakawa Bay-Orere Health Clinic Bright Lights fundraiser. Social night including DJ with music, cash bar, mystery bottle auction. From 7 to 11pm, auction at 8.30pm. Entry: Men – Christmas wrapped bottle of anything, ladies: a plate. No byo. SUNDAY OCTOBER 12: Clevedon Scooter Park Fun Day, 3 to 5pm, Monument Rd. WEDNESDAY 15 OCTOBER: Music by Candlelight with Flavio Villani, 7:30pm $15 Italian classical pianist, composer and teacher, Flavio Villani, has performed collaborated with numerous artists on different projects and has travelled extensively with his music. He and has recently returned from an Italian tour. Let his passion inspire and delight you as he performs his own arrangements as well as some pieces by Astor Piazzolla, Chopin and Liszt. Uxbridge Creative Centre, 35 Uxbridge Road, Howick, 09 535 6467 SATURDAY OCTOBER 18: And Sunday October 19. A two hour seminar on Introduction to Wildlife Rehabilitation. By Dr Janelle Ward, a wildlife vet who has been working in wildlife health for eight years. Seminar will cover different types of birds that come into care – ailments, injuries etc. 10am to 12 noon at 129 Ara Kotinga, Whitford. See www.birdcare.org.nz SATURDAY 18 OCTOBER: Kids’ Festival 12pm – 3pm $2 per child at the door It’s time to celebrate the young generation! Uxbridge aims to inspire, entertain and encourage local children, whilst giving them a great day out. Join us for fun activities, art and craft opportunities, performances, music and more… Make a day of it and enjoy your tea or lunch in our Café. Make sure it’s in the diary – you don’t want to miss out! Uxbridge Creative Centre, 35 Uxbridge Road, Howick, 09 535 6467 SUNDAY OCTOBER 19: The Pohutukawa Coast Plunket Baby Fair 10am-12pm. Come along and grab a bargain at our annual fair, clothes, toys, books, furniture and lots more.Note for sellers: Time for a spring clean out these school holidays? Book your spot and sell your pre-loved kids and baby gear. Call Tania for bookings 536 5780, tables cost $20 SUNDAY OCTOBER 19: Free breakfast at St Hilda Community Hall at 9.30am. All welcome. SUNDAY OCTOBER 19: Maraetai-Beachlands kindergarten family “fun run” fundraiser. 5km and 8km options, start 10 am from the the pirate ship playground at Omana (turn left at bottom of Alexander ave, Maraetai and please park on road curb sides). $10 for 8 years and above in either event with a special family capped price of $20. Run in the 5 or 8 km race or support the ‘little ones’ by watching them take part in sack races, obstacle courses and egg and spoon race. Sausage sizzle and drinks will be on sale. FRIDAY OCTOBER 31: Clevedon Fireworks Night. A & P Showgrounds, entry from 5.30am. Fireworks when dark. SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1: Saints & Angels Party in the kawakawa Bay Hall and village green, for all children under 14. Outside and inside games, dress up as warrior or wahine or lady or gentleman, or bring something kiwi. 5-7pm, $5. Tickets from Bay garage and shop. SATURDAY NOVEMBER 8: Pohutukawa Coast Garden Ramble, 10am-4pm. Showcasing some of the best gardens in Beachlands & Maraetai. Plants, gift and refreshments are available to purchase along the way. Tickets $30 Early Bird (before Oct 31st)/$35 full price. Tickets are available from:Ray White Lighthouse, Beachlands Hammer Hardware, Julie’s Home Grown Nursey or on the day from 59 Third View Ave, Beachlands from9.30-10.30am. Visit pohutukawacoastgardenramble.co.nz for more info.
what’s on ? sunday services
Traditional Service – 9.30 am Family Service – 11.00 am with Kids Friendly Kidz Club
Bay - 9.30am
Communion - 7.30 am & 9.00 am
JCYG (Years 7 - 8) – 4.30 - 6.00 pm CYG (Years 9 - 13) – 7.30 - 10.00 pm
the family centre
Family Centre closes for the holidays on Friday. Reopens Monday 13 October New brochure will be available for Term 4
for more info Heather email@example.com
Ph: 292 8061 3 Papakura Clevedon Road, Clevedon Village ‘the church anyone can come to’ www.clevedonpresy.co.nz
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fice available in Accent Drive, East Tamaki. Full facilities in a very modern environment. Please call Darryl on 027 270 6270
Saturday 8 Nov 2014 Showcasing some of the best gardens in Beachlands & Maraetai. Plants, gifts & refreshments are available to purchase along the way. Tickets $30 Early Bird(before Oct 31st)/ $35 Full price For more information and tickets sales visit: www.pohutukawacoastgardenramble.co.nz Tickets can also be purchased at: Ray White Lighthouse, Beachlands Hammer Hardware & Julie’s Home Grown Nursery Tickets are available on the day from 9.30-10.30am at 59 Third View Ave, Beachlands All proceeds from the Garden Ramble will be used for ongoing help & support of migrants and refugees from Burma, living on the Thai-Burma Border
FREE 2-3 hour teambuilding event for up to 35 people!!!
Register your local Group’s interest today Email firstname.lastname@example.org with: brief information about your group why your group, and the community, would benefit from this teambuilding contact name and number
Applications close Monday 20 October 2014 Kindly donated by the Pohutukawa Coast Pink Ribbon Appeal who won this for their 2013 fundraising efforts - our Community raising the most money Nationwide!
PLEASE SUPPORT THE 2014 APPEAL www.facebook.com/ PohutukawaCoastCancer
grazing wanted for dairy heifers Ph: 530 8497 or 027 3077 914
HEALTH & BEAUTY
Maraetai, Looking for a mature, professional, single person to share a house. Own bedroom, toilet and bathroom. Lovely sunny views across sea, on the deck. No pets, non-smoker preferred. Ph: 021 2844250
Chicken manure fertiliser supplied, carted and spread. Also lime spreading. Ph: Neil 021 724 327/ 299 6486 SHAVINGS: In woolsacks - sawdust also available. Ideal for horse stables and calf pens. Ph: Ph: Neil 021 724 327 or 299 6486.
beauty therapy / make-up • Blend Method Electrolysis • Facials using Sothy’s products • Waxing • Lash/Brow Tinting • Manicures & Pedicures • Make-up for Weddings or Special Occasion using MAC Cosmetics • Gift Vouchers available. Call: Julie 09 536 4484 or 021 175 1644
Fiona Bailey. Qualified Dog Trainer. Flexible Training Options Available. Ph: 536 5388 & Mob 021 243 8089
Aluminium conservatory, 3.65x1.2m. 1 opening window, 1 sliding door. Roof 3.65x900mm. $250 Maraetai. Ph: 536 6647
TOYOTA CAMRY 2001, white. Very reliable ,Only 74,500 km .$7,000. One lady driver. Phone 5365004
DARRYL SMITH STAINLESS FABRICATIONS LTD
• Alloy Boat Repairs • Alterations & Custom-made Accessories a Specialty, Including Architectural Alloy, Stainless Steel & Steel Fabrications
Phone: 0508 932 532
• Building/House Washing • General Waterblasting • Roof Cleaning • Gutter Cleaning
• Window Cleaning • Carpet Cleaning • Pest Control • Upholstery Cleaning
DINING GUIDE $6 WINE $6 BEER $9 COCKTAILS
GENERAL STORE RESTAURANT & LOUNGE BAR Ph: 530-8437
At the Roundabout, Whitford
EPIC Lager, Tuatara Pale Ale
RESTAURANT HOURS: Wed - Fri from 6pm till Late; weekends from 10am BAR HOURS: Mon-Fri from 3pm, weekends from 10am Bar meals available at all times
Golden Lab Ale (Pint), Hallertau #4 Deception Schwarzbier, ‘Splice’ Cocktail
Restaurant open from 5.30pm Thurs to Sun and public holidays. Menu changes weekly and bar snacks available
Peroni, Kronenbourg 1884, Vinum Cabernet Sauvignon, ‘Margarita’ Cocktail
Hire the club for private functions or conferences Mon,Tues, Wed & Sat. Members & guests welcome.
Become a community member to dine in our restaurant.
Hallertau #1 Luxe Kölsch, Chomp Pale Ale (Pint), Satellite Sauvignon Blanc, ‘Sandy’s Special’ Cocktail
Phone: 536-6649 ext 2 www.maraetaiboatclub.org.nz
HOURS: • TUES-FRI 5pm onwards for dinner • SAT/SUN 11am onwards for breakfast, lunch & dinner 251 Maraetai Dr, Waterfront
SUNDAY FUN DAY
Book your Christmas function now for November/December
PH: 536 4659 RESTAURANT & BAR
Franklin Vets Beachlands
OPEN: Mon,Tues,Thurs, Fri 9am-5pm Wed 9am-6pm; Sat 9am-12 noon VET ON PREMISES: Mon, Fri, Sat 9am-12 noon; Tues 9am-11.30am,Wed 2-6pm
42 Wakelin Rd, Beachlands
Ph: 538 0010 E:email@example.com www.franklinvets.co.nz
Malmaks Water Shop Pumps, Filters & Bores Install & Service
Complete Water Treatment Systems
Down to Earth Wine Bar OPEN: THURS/FRI 11AM - ’TIL LATE, SAT/SUN 11 AM - 5PM
Friday’s from 4pm till late Italian Pizza Night small plates, platters, wine tasting, events Also available for private functions/weddings firstname.lastname@example.org 133 Whitford Park Road, Whitford PH 530 8936 www.turangacreek.co.nz
Great range of
PIZZA & PASTA 2/5 MARAETAI SCHOOL RD Sun – Mon 11.30am to 8pm Tues – 3.30 to 8pm Wed – 11.30am to 8pm Thurs – Sat 11.30am to 8.30pm
Ph: 536 4400
FREE delivery Beachlands & Maraetai for orders over $40
EPIC Armageddon Pale Ale, Tuatara Pilsner, ‘Mr Pimms’ Cocktail
MARAETAI BEACH BOATING CLUB
Main of the day + Side + Glass of wine ALL FOR ONLY $24.50 PP
Audrey Turkington Returning Officer
DINING GUIDE THURSDAY
WEEKNIGHT DINNER SPECIALS
Nominations are invited for the election of (3) parent representatives to the Board of Trustees. A nomination form and a copy of this notice will be posted to all eligible voters. Additional nomination forms can be obtained from the School Office. Nominations close at noon, Friday 31st October and may be accompanied by a candidate’s statement. The voting roll is open for inspection at the school and can be viewed during normal school hours. There will also be a list of candiates’ names, as they come to hand, for inspection at the school. The poll closes at noon 14th November 2014.
DINING GUIDE Ph: 266 8774 or Fax: 267 1104 Email: email@example.com
Also available for private functions/weddings
FULLY LICENCED & BYOW
Beachlands School Board of Trustees Mid Term Election of Parent Representatives
Professional & Trade Services From Page 11
PINE HARBOUR MARINA PH: 536 4659
Mediterraneo... by the sea
C O N S E R VA T O R Y :
for hire. Split your own wood now. Dry hire or with operators. Ph: Leighton 021 752 687.
Mon: CLOSED Tues: 9am-4pm Wed/Thur: 9am-8pm Fri/Sun: 9am till late Sun 8am-8pm
PETS / ANIMALS
MASSAGE: Qualified massage therapist, Swedish, relaxing, deep tissue
w ww .pchelpin ghandtrust.org
and sports massage. 30 mins-$40, 60 mins-$60, 90 mins-$80. Home studio in Hawke Crescent, Beachlands. Call Rebekah on 021 0287 4768 PROFEET: Mobile Footcare. Nail clipping and filing, corn and hard skin removal, ingrown toenails, footbath and massage. Professional treatment in your own home for men and women.. N.S.I. Qualified. Ph: Nicolle Janssen on (09) 291 9298 or 021 134 1575 YOGA: Inward Bound Yoga, Te Puru Community Centre. Evening Classes Tues/Thurs 6.30pm; Day classes Friday 9am. Restorative Yoga Friday 10am. Ph: Dee 536-5240
firstname.lastname@example.org 190 Jack Lachlan Drive, Pine Harbour Marina, Beachlands
where hopes are fulfilled For a delicous taste of authentic Indian cuisine Ph: 536 5689 Dine In • Takeaway • Delivery
TUE & WED DINNER SPECIAL $12.99 Curry, rice and plain naan bread cnr Wakelin Road and Third View Ave, Beachlands
Ph: 536 5749 or 536 5719 FULLY LICENSED/ BYO WINE
Fresh, Healthy and Delicious
Thai food combo only $15 a main Also Chicken Pad Thai only $12 a main Dine-in or Takeaway ~FREE delivery every day except Fri & Sat, minimum order $50~ HOURS: DINNER 7 DAYS FROM 5-10.30PM
45 WAKELIN RD, BEACHLANDS
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For prompt reliable service
Ph: GRAEME McCORKINDALE
CLEVEDON ANIMAL FARM: Family farm walks,
WORK WANTED A1 HEDGES/TREES/ STUMPS: Trimmed, re-
moved, or chipped for mulch or landscaping. Inorganic removal and section clearing. Ph: 536 5955, 021 056 0793 ALL TREE WORKS: All tree work and removals, stump grinding, hedge trimming, section clearing, green removal and mulcher hire, reasonable rates. For a free quote: 536 5621 mob 027 308 7777
3, 4.5, 6 & 9 metre bins 3, 4.5 metre hardfill bins We are reliable and we recycle! Ph: 0800 PINK BINS (746-524)
WHITE WASTE LTD ph: 0800 720 710
Your Local Skip Bin Supplier
tel 273 2173 www.sanctuarytrustlaw.co.nz
We are dedicated to your personal well-being through dental health • Teeth whitening • All ceramic tooth filling materials using Cerec3 cad-cam 3D technology • Permanent tooth replacements with dental implants • For gum health and maintencance call our hygienist Shelley Chadwick • All aspects of general dentistry
Justices of the Peace for BEACHLANDS-MARAETAI
JOHNSON S.R. KERR N.K. LEES E.R. SINCLAIR, Jan (OrerePt)
David Cain B.D.S (UK) Rick Parfitt B.D.S. Shelley Chadwick
536-6675 536-5632 536-6925 2922 421
Julie’s Home Grown Nursery 18 First View Ave, BEACHLANDS
OPEN 10am – 4pm WED TO SUN • Potted Colour • Shrubs • Topiaries • Grasses • Trees • Bedding Plants
536 4266 Mob 027 270 6792 email: email@example.com
Your Local Registered Electricians Licensed builder available for new homes, renovations, additions, re-cladding, decks and all other aspects of the building trade
PLUMBING & DRAINAGE SERVICES
Ph 536 6800
For prompt professional electrical services with a smile • www.awe.co.nz • firstname.lastname@example.org • free quotes
0800 949 344 www.abbotts.co.nz
Providing electrical services on the Pohutukawa Coast & throughout Auckland
Ph Neil 021 079 2589
• Drain Unblocking • Vacuum Loading • CCTV Video Survey & Tractor camera • Plumbing • Gasfitting • Roofing • Drainlaying • Pipe Relining – Nuflow
YOUR plumber living on the Coast!
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
• Kitchen renovations • Bathroom renovations • House alterations • Leak repairs • Design service available Free Quotes
Quality workmanship, prompt efficient service
David 0274 583 120
DENTAL Opening Hours:
you should love visiting the dentist...
Call SHAY on 0212 767 797
HEALTH & FITNESS
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
24 HOUR CALLOUT
GYM & GROUP CLASS MEMBERSHIPS PERSONAL TRAINING TENNIS & SQUASH COURTS POOL
Pensioner Discounts Local Beachlands-Maraetai Craftsman Plumber Call Mark on
09 536 7231 WWW.PERFORMFITNESS.CO.NZ
PLUMBING GAS FITTING DrAINLAyING LTD
022 601 3216 Call BRETT on 021 501 421 or 536-6592 Opening Hours:
Certifying Gas Fitter x Plumber & Mon & Wed: 8am - 6pm
Tues & Thurs: 8am - 8pm More than 20 years’ experience
Fri: 9am - 6pm • All Plumbing Maintenance • All Gas Maintenance Sat: 9am - 5pm • Pumps & Filters For ALL Domestic • Electric Hot Water Cylinders • Water Tanks Unit 20, 2• Gas Bishop DunnHeating Place Water & Commercial Work • Gas Botany, Fire Auckland Places • UV Sterilisation • Rainlove Watervisiting Harvestingthe dentist... • New Existing Housing 09&273 2173 you should
09 273 2173
YOUR TOTAL HEALTH & FITNESS SOLUTION
Unit 20, 2 Bishop Dunn Place Botany, Auckland
Full Comprehensive Dental Assessment including: 2 x-rays & Panoramic OPG Imaging (Full Mouth Digital X-ray)
Quality workmanship no matter the size of the job • Renovations • New Homes • Pumps • Spouting • Hot Water Cylinders • All Plumbing Repairs
MOB 021. 769. 964 - PH 09. 536. 4076
Mon & Wed: 8am - 6pm Tues & Thurs: 8am - 8pm Fri: 9am - 6pm Sat: 9am - 5pm
Wood chipping service. Up to 60mm dia branches. Full service, cutting, chipping, spreading and clearing available. Ph Gary 021 90 30 20 or 5366358.
"Proud to be Sponsors of the Beachlands Fishing Competition"
Window’s in/out,exterior house wash,gutter clearing. Exp operator, Ph Keith at Panoramics 0272 453 444 or 530 8136
Jacques Vannoort, LLM
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
Make the right choice about your dental care
Email: email@example.com Web: www.hackdrainage.co,nz
MOWER/CHAINSAW REPAIRS: All small en-
The Family Trust Specialist
Josh on 021 367 431
Phone Aaron Ross, Beachlands. Ph: 021 0233 2673
BDS DENTAL SURGEON
For a FREE Quote:
Painter decorator.40 yrs exp.int ext.repaints, new work.refs avail.ph Rob 0211848173 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
• All Drainage Requirements • Water Tanks Supply and Install • Retaining Walls • Concrete Work • Truck & Digger Hire
Ph: 536 4361
BDS DENTAL SURGEON, BSc, Dip.Dent.Technology
Clean your carpets now to NZ standard. 2 brm unit cleaned from as little as $79, 3 brm from $99. Single rooms, upholstery, rugs. Free deodorise. Ph: Shane 536 6397 or mob 0800 747 262
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
HOURS: Mon-Fri 9.30am-5.30pm; Sat 9.30am-2.30pm
Evening appointments available Call us now on 530 8461 or 530 8271 Whitford Village, Whitford, Auckland
You name it... renovations, DVS installation, gardening, retaining, fencing, landscaping, trellis, light building and maintenance work. Ph Gary 021 90 30 20 or 5366358.
MARINA Visit your LOCAL dentist for all your dental needs After Hours Appts by Arrangement Dr Alex Mechkov Dr Juliane Techima
Authorised Whirpool service centre
PUBLIC NOTICES pony rides and children’s parties. Visit our website: w w w. c l e v e d o n a n i malfarm.co.nz or call Lynn on 292 9231 Clevedon.
Nor West House PINE HARBOUR
GRAYMAC APPLIANCE SERVICES
For repairs to: Fisher & Paykel and all major brands of stoves, fridges, dishwashers,washing machines, dryers etc
Phone Denise 09 536 4639
Trim, Clip, scissor or strip Nails, Ears, tails & feet Shampoo, bath, ﬂuff and dry You doggy wants to give Bracks Grooming a try ...
Professional & Trade Services Guide
BRACKS DOG GROOMING
Lawn mowing • General gardening Tree trimming & removal • Pruning Spraying • Chipping
Full Comprehensive Dental Assessment including: 2 x-rays & Panoramic OPG Imaging (Full Mouth Digital X-ray)
• Sales & Service • Domestic Pumps • Holistic and amalgam free dentistry 021 2921 679 Your local garden specialist Eddie Gausel • Free dental •treatment for young Filters adults M: 0274 308 538 Fx: 536 7084from year 9 to 18 years old* email@example.com Online Booking Available • UVavailable Purification A/H: 536 7083 • Payment options www.sanctuarydental.co.nz We offer:
• Sleep dentistry for relaxation
Service Centre and anxiety
*Terms and conditions apply, contact us for full details Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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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, email@example.com 2929 470 Beanies2U, call Tanya chartered accountant 536 6297 ACCOUNTING & BOOK KEEPING Fair Value Accounting, Natasha www.fairvalue.co.nz 536 5195 ACUPUNCTURE Elaine Lin, Beachlands - ACC accrediated 021 299 2694 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 Electrolysis Hair Removal 536 5377 or 027 536 5377 BED & BREAKFAST Brookwood Lodge (Beachlands) 536 6975 BOBCAT & TRUCK HIRE Clevedon Bobcats, Dennis Marx 021 275 8544 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 CAR DEALER Chris Broadhurst Motor Co 027 457 2379 CARPET CLEANING Carpet, upholstery cleaning services Ph Supakleen 536 5090 CARPET & VINYL SUPPLY & LAY Eddie 536 5218 or 0274 889 150 CHANDLERY Marina Supplies (Pine Harbour) 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 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 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 continued next column
Brookby Lodge accommodation 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 Digginit.co.nz 5ton digger & mini truck 027 656 2270 www.brookbycontracting.co.nz 3.5t w Augers 530 9290 or 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 Clevedon Garage – Design/Build/Repairs/M’nance 2928 289 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 7 DAYS, at GAS Maraetai, 536 4218 131 Maraetai Drive, Maraetai LAWNMOWING & GARDENING SERVICES Pohutukawa Coast Lawns 536 5830, 021 072 7799 The Keane Gardener, phone James on 021 292 1679 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 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 Clevedon Automotive 292 8441 Maraetai Service Station 1996 Ltd 536 6542 Pohutukawa Motors, 57 Third View Ave, Beachlands 536 6664 Clevedon Garage & Tyres Ltd 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 DTS Wright Contracting Ltd 536 5239 or 021 40 1094 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 RobsonKerr Property Management 0508 762 766 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 Pohutukawa Motors, 57 Third View Ave, Beachlands 536 6664 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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Pohutukawa Coast Times 03-10-14