Northern News : February 8th 2012
11 NORTHERN NEWS, FEBRUARY 8, 2012 NEWS Auction 2pm Fri 2 Mar 2012 (unless sold prior) Copthorne Hotel & Resort Bay of Islands View 1pm Sat 11 Feb www.bayleys.co.nz/294301 Cynthia Hedger M 0274 155 600 B 09 407 9221 firstname.lastname@example.org 353 SH12 Omapere BAYLEYS REAL ESTATE LTD, KERIKERI LICENSED UNDER THE REA ACT 2008. If coastal recreation and deep sea fishing take your fancy this maybe just what you've been waiting for! Overlooking Hokianga Harbour and sandhills this 10,828m² property on two titles has four+ bedrooms, two bathrooms and could provide a haven to escape to with the family and/or "the boys". This is a must to view. AUCTION FABULOUS FAMILY HOLIDAY HOME Auction 2pm Fri 2 Mar 2012 (unless sold prior) Copthorne Hotel & Resort Bay of Islands View Sat 10.30-11am 11,18,25 Feb www.bayleys.co.nz/294299 David Baguley M 021 831 440 B 09 407 9221 email@example.com 27 Settlers Way Okaihau BAYLEYS REAL ESTATE LTD, KERIKERI LICENSED UNDER THE REA ACT 2008. This relatively new house in Okaihau has been perfect for its owner. The compact 107m² house has three double bedrooms and two bathrooms with open plan living and high sarked ceilings. It's also easy with no lawns outside. Impressive rural views over the Waihou Valley. A purchase of land elsewhere requires the house sold for the next step. AUCTION SHE'S A YOUNG HEAD TURNER Be the first to view this family home Auction 2pm Fri 2 Mar 2012 (unless sold prior) Copthorne Hotel & Resort View Sun 2-2.30pm www.bayleys.co.nz/294308 David Baguley B 021 83 1440 firstname.lastname@example.org 55 Hautapu Road Pakaraka BAYLEYS REAL ESTATE LTD, KERIKERI LICENSED UNDER THE REA ACT 2008. If you are wanting the best start to the year then you can't go past this four bedroom home at the top of Turntable Hill, an area associated with great value. All the rooms you need plus a study and laundry. The two car garage has a workshop with space for a further sleepout. The 3012m² relatively new home represents opportunity as the owners leaving town. OPEN HOME START 2012 OFF WITH A BANG! 4341646AA This land must be sold! Great runoff, fattening unit of 18.5372ha rolling land plus some bush with creek. Currently running sheep, very good yards, volcanic/clay soil type. Good house site, north facing, quiet and private. Vendor wants out. All offers considered. $320,000 +GST if any. www.rwkerikeri.co.nz/KRK20735 Anne Jolly, 027 5505 795 Hewson Real Estate Ltd Licensed (REAA 2008) Okaihau Country Vendor Must Quit raywhite.co.nz Auction 2pm Fri 2 Mar 2012 (unless sold prior) Copthorne Hotel & Resort Bay of Islands View at any time www.bayleys.co.nz/294306 David Baguley M 021 831 440 B 09 407 9221 email@example.com Lot 5 Valencia Lane, Kerikeri BAYLEYS REAL ESTATE LTD, KERIKERI, LICENSED UNDER THE REA ACT 2008. Lot 5 is 2.69ha (or approx 6.7 acres) of gentle terrain. The property is fenced with a stream boundary. Services provided include power, phone and water from the Kerikeri Irrigation Scheme. Valencia Heights is nine kilometres into Kerikeri township and 12 from the nearest boat ramp. This property represents quality that is affordable, call today for more information. AUCTION VALENCIA HEIGHTS 2.69 HA The Mobile is coming to you at Te Oranga car park, 16 Matthews Ave, Kaitaia from 30th January to 23rd March Free for women aged 45 - 69 Regular breast screening is important. Don't put it off, it could save your life FREEPHONE 0800 270 200 or txt BreastScreen to 4040 Free transport & support offered by Faye Price BSA1823 Northland Lifestyle&Property Real Estate Guide to Northland Advertising feature College clears way for upgrade By EMMA GODWIN New plans: Northland College Principal John Tapene and staff examine the plans for the school's redevelopment. Demolishing school buil- dings hasn t gone down well in Kaikohe. At last week s Western Community Board meet- ing chairman Win Ste- phens expressed disap- pointment at Northland College s demolition of the old Byers House hos- tel and the associated prefabs. Mr Stephens hoped to see the buildings used as accommodation for cycle- way visitors. But principal John Tapene that would be outside the strict Edu- cation Ministry guide- lines for school building use. School buildings must be used for educational purposes, he says. The hostel was built in 1972 but was closed in 1980. Since then it has been used by the various educational tenants. The doors were locked in 2010 after police had to restrain a man who had broken all the win- dows and damaged buildings. We sourced three quotes to fix the damage and the cheapest was $25,000. We developed a business plan to save the buildings but it required buy-in from tertiary providers who would utilise the space for edu- cational purposes for our students. None would commit. Mr Tapene says after demolition is completed, the front drive and ten- nis courts will be resealed, block B will be refurbished and the ad- ministration block will be repaired. Organic society setting up a community market Market ready: Teremoana Jones is helping set up a new market for Kaikohe. By EMMA GODWIN After much talk about the potential for forming a growers co-operative in Kaikohe, Tai Tokerau Organic Producers Soc- iety has stepped in early and organised a twilight market for the town. TOPIS secretary Tere- moana Jones despairs at the amount of fruit going to rot in people s gardens and decided a com- munity market would provide a great oppor- tunity for residents to sell or exchange produce. The market will also be an opportunity for local market growers to sell their produce too, she says. But we are setting the stall price at a gold coin koha so that everyone can afford to participate if they d like to. The market will take place on Wednesdays from 4pm to 7pm at Kowhai Park on Broadway behind the log cabin where the TOPIS office is located. The first market is on February 15. We want to catch the summer season and hopefully, if it s a suc- cess, we can move to covered space in the win- ter months. If growers are certi- fied organic or spray free, they can promote their produce accord- ingly, Ms Jones says. Others might just want to trade a bag of apples for a bag of tom- atoes. The licence we re applying for won t allow the sale of processed food, but if people have their own licence to sell processed food they can. Expressions of interest can be sent to topis@ xtra.co.nz or call Teremoana Jones on 021-0210-2175 for more information.
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