Kapi-Mana News : June 28th 2011
31 KAPI-MANA NEWS, JUNE 28, 2011 NEWS REAL ESTATE HOME OF THE WEEK TAWA REALTY LTD MREINZ 57 Ranui Terrace, TAWA CHARACTER BEAUTY ON 1,214m2 SECTION You'll be drawn to this grand old lady which has been lived in by the same family since the 1930s. It's unique to Tawa with huge potential, 3 bedrooms, study, spacious living, lovely solid timber doors, garage & large shed. All set on a predominantly flat section with possible subdivision opportunity. Close to schools, shops & rail -- completes this amazing property. View at: www.harcourts.co.nz/TW110604 open2view ID# 248386 OPEN HOME: Sunday 03/07 12.30-1.00pm TENDER closes 28/07/2011 at 4.00pm @ Harcourts Tawa, 215 Main Road, Tawa Agent Details: Marion Clark TAWA REALTY LTD MREINZ - Licensed Agent REAA 2008 232 4178 or 0274 421 111 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org 2375052BM HOME AND INCOME - FLEXIBLE LIVING ENQUIRY WELCOME FROM $430,000 21 Franklyn Road, TAWA This 1960s home has been beautifully renovated with family living in mind. All the hard work is done - re-wired, re-plumbed and insulated. North facing open plan living and kitchen connect seamlessly to a sheltered and private deck. A self-contained flat could supplement your mortgage or suit extended family or as a teenage space. Great light, space and parking for three vehicles. Most convenient to schools, shops, public transport and a quick trip to the city. Enquiry welcome from $430,000. View at: www.harcourts.co.nz ID# WL20838 OPEN HOME: VIEW SUNDAY 12.00-12.45pm, 21 Franklyn Road Agent Details: Robynne Neal TEAM WELLINGTON LTD MREINZ P: 803 1762 M: 027 582 1680 Email: robynne.neal@ harcourts.co.nz 4 3 2 3 3836957AA Ruby award for top Rotarian Honoured: Long- serving Rotarian Pat Waite, flanked by Tawa club president Tony Heyward and Prime Minister John Key. Service to humanity was recognised recently at the Rotary Club of Tawa, when 16-year member Pat Waite was presented with a Three Ruby pin to his Paul Harris Fellowship. Mr Waite has given service locally, regionally, nationally and at an international level. He is the first club member to have been district governor of Rotary International -- responsible for 60 clubs and 2200 members -- in the lower half of the North Island. During his time as governor, he led Rotary to take a stand against domestic violence and, in the year ahead, will be working to increase awareness and support around the issue of suicide. He has been a national leader in the fight against polio, participating in immunisation programmes in India, and he led a delegation of 32 Rotarians to India to support the International Polio Eradication Pro- gramme. Mr Waite is also involved in organisations such as Skylight Trust and Mary Potter Hospice, and has held governance roles within both public and private entities. Rotary is a very important part of my life and has allowed me to be part of an organisation that truly makes a difference in the world that we live, not only internationally but also within our own community and country,'' he said. Saying yes' when asked to join the Rotary Club of Tawa was one of the best decisions that I have made.'' Mr Waite is looking forward to continuing the club's ongoing involvement with Tawa College, an international maternal health proj- ect in Vanuatu, improvement of sanitation and water collection at a school in Tonga. He hopes to lead one further delegation to one of the last parts of the world where polio still exists, before the viral disease is eradicated from the world.
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