Northern News : February 16th 2011
6 NORTHERN NEWS, FEBRUARY 16, 2011 NEWS FIXED FEES FOR LIFE* *Conditions apply Your path to the perfect retirement. Trader Path, a peaceful cul-de-sac situated in the Vision Bay of Islands retirement village, is home to a limited release of new villas. Available in both two and three bedrooms and starting at just $340,000, these sunny, north-facing villas are located in a highly desirable area of the village. Simply put, they're designed for a life of enjoyment. But don't take our word for it -- come along to our Open Day and see for yourself. Need help selling your home? Don't let that stop you from enjoying the retirement lifestyle at Vision Bay of Islands. We'll provide $5,000 worth of services to help market and sell your existing home. So you can spend time on the things you love. After all, that's what retirement is all about. BIG/VSL345/BOI1 Limited Villa Release OPEN DAY Friday 25th February, 10am -- 3pm 30 Oakridge Drive (off Cannon Drive), Kerikeri Louise Gadsby, Manager 09 407 8549 | 0800 221 800 www.visionseniorliving.co.nz MEMBER www.resortbrokers.co.nz NewZealandTourismBrokersLimited MREINZ Licensed under the Real Estate Agents Act 2008 ID# 852 KERIKERI COURT MOTEL - BUSINESS FOR SALE Contact Michael Osborne on 0272 426 881, or firstname.lastname@example.org Asking Price: $695,000 (negotiable) w Right in town only steps away from cafes & bars, positioned well to capitalise on maximum occupancy and high yield w Sunny, spacious owner's home, in-ground pool this business has it all ahead w A favourite with corporate clientele w Motivated vendors w Trade your home for home & income w The time is now to get into your own business with a proven history w This one will make your bank manager smile! FINANCE AVAILABLE TRADES WELCOME Keep out: Kaikohe Intermediate School students Poutama Toto, Graeham Clarke and Phoenix Clarke at the school's pool. Trespassers pollute pool By RICHARD EDMONDSON Keep out of our pool! That s the warning from Kaikohe Intermedi- ate School students and teachers who are fed up with people breaking into the school s swim- ming pool for dips when the school is closed. Teacher Ursula Beazley says adults and kids have been getting into the fenced pool for years. However, in the last 12 months the number of break-ins and vandalism at the pool has gone up. Teachers often have to cancel students swim- ming classes because louts have smashed bottles and urinated in the pool area. The school had to close the pool for two weeks last year after heavy pool use one weekend caused $5000 of damage to a water pump. The worst part is we have adults jumping the fence and cutting the wire, Ms Beazley says. Teacher Joey Rogers asks those who use the pool illegally to think about the effects their actions have on students and the school s water safety programmes. I want our community to care about our tamariki. She also appeals to local businesses to help the school improve the pool s two-metre high security fence so people can t break in. We re a decile 1 school. We can t afford to get the repairs done. Teachers have asked five year 8 students to help them get the mess- age out to the Kaikohe community for a school leadership project. Stop wrecking our pool, Graeham Clarke says. We want the com- munity to help us and support us in any way , his brother Phoenix Clarke says. Phone Kaikohe Intermediate School on 401-1667 if you can help.
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