Northern News : January 19th 2011
12 NORTHERN NEWS, JANUARY 19, 2011 NEWS Luxuriously appointed, the two levels of fully automated living with grand open plan living areas, a private master suite and separate guest wing capture the essence of this special part of the world and will well satisfy buyers who demand exceptional quality. Entertain your guests through endless summer days and treat them to the experience of a lifetime on the picturesque waters of beautiful Whangaroa Harbour and beyond in the fishing and sailing grounds of the Bay of Islands. This property is your window to the world. Gateway To World Famous Game Fishing View phone for viewing times www.bayleys.co.nz/294096 Sandra Peters M 021 456 111 B 09 407 9221 Esmae Farrington M 021 407 323 B 09 407 9221 A/h 09 407 3232 BAYLEYS REAL ESTATE LTD, KERIKERI, LICENSED UNDER THE REA ACT 2008. A MEMBER OF BAYLEYS REALTY GROUP. WORLD CLASS FISHING, WORLD CLASS HOME! Whangaroa www.boiprofessionals.co.nz 09 407 6677 bay of islands realty ltd MREINZ Licensed Agent REAA 2008 PANORAMIC SEA VIEWS MORTGAGEE TENDER Superbly located in popular Rangitane with unobstructed water views, this elevated 2,367m2 site offers 4 bedrooms, 2 lounges and 2 bathrooms. It s great for entertaining and watching the boats go by. There is a jetty and boat ramp below the site and is ideal for boating enthusiasts. Triple garaging plus a barn and sleep out all on two amalgamated titles complete this wonderful package. Call me today for an information pack. Te nde r s clo s e : Wednesday 16 Februar y 2011, 4pm The Professionals, 74 Kerikeri Road, Kerikeri. Contact: Noel Brown p. 09 407 6677 m. 021 725 375 e. firstname.lastname@example.org View online: ww w.boiprofessionals.co.nz Ref # PKK12052 w w w.open2view.co.nz ID #: 238845 Open Homes: Sat 22, 29 Jan & 5, 12 Feb 2011, 11-12noon. 65 Rangitane Loop Rd, Kerikeri Northland Lifestyle&Property Real Estate Guide to Northland Advertising feature INDEPENDENTLY OWNED & OPERATED AND PROUD TO BE SERVING THE MID NORTH CHECK this OUT! DEADLINE SALE: 4 p.m., 4th February 2011 "state" house style 110 sq.m., floor area (approx.) 852 sq.m., section opportunity to invest and improve handyman's dream start! 138 Broadway, PO Box 614, Kaikohe Ph: 09 401 0895 Fax: 09 401 0897 Email: email@example.com Mid North Real Estate Ltd MREINZ Licensed Real Estate Agent REAA2008 Open Homes: Saturday, 11am - 12 noon 29/01/11 Saturday, 11am - 12 noon 5/02/11 14 Tawa Street, Kaikohe Ready-made from prison: An overview of how the new home might look from inside Northland's Correctional Facility at Ngawha. Inmates build up skills The leader of a support- ive home building organ- isation has praised the standard of craftsman- ship inmates at Ngawha Prison are putting into Habitat for Humanity homes. A NorthTec and Department of Cor- rections-led initiative, the programme gives prisoners the chance to undertake levels 2 and 3 carpentry courses. The plaudit was received following 11 prisoners' latest efforts building the wall frames and 17 roof trusses of a new four-bedroom home that went up in Dargaville. This was the fourth Habitat for Humanity house in Northland to be built with assistance from the NorthTec car- pentry programme at the prison. Others are at Kaeo, Waikare near Russell, and east of Whangarei. Habitat chairman David Reyburn said the prisoner's work was of a very high standard, accurate and neat. They do the frames and trusses for us, and when we put them together they fit neatly. We supply them with the plans and source the timber locally,'' Mr Reyburn says. The work being pro- duced is so impressive, Mr Reyburn is in favour of having Ngawha prisoners enhance their skills even further. Shane Walden, one of the programme's two NorthTec tutors, says at the time of the pro- gramme's inception, the concept was the first in New Zealand to try to establish if vocational training of its kind could be successful in such an environment. With five vocational courses now offered by NorthTec as part of the Corrections inmate em- ployment programme, it appears the right for- mula has been struck. Like Mr Walden, Mr Reyburn would like to see the programme extended to give prisoners even greater opportunities. Mr Walden says the programmes at the prison are extremely effective and motivating for inmates.
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