Waiheke Marketplace : December 22nd 2010
7 WAIHEKE MARKETPLACE, DECEMBER 22, 2010 NEWS Private paradise in Litle Oneroa • 3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHROOMS • 2 LIVING AREAS • DESIGNER KITCHEN • SHORT WALK TO TWO NORTHERN BEACHES PRIVATE SALE Call Sheree 372 3216 Trademe # BMY621 Imagine; your own private piece of paradise just minutes up the road from the best litle beach on Waiheke island. A feature arch window in the spacious dining area frames magnifcent views of valley and sea. Six sets of French doors bring the outdoors in. Kids play safely on two fat grassed areas. Just six minutes from the ferry, this character weatherboard home has been lovingly renovated inside and out. Modern touches include Italian and Danish designer light ftngs and custom-made kitchen wall tles. The cook's kitchen boasts Smeg and Bosch integrated appliances, extra-wide, sof-close drawers and a vast pantry. For outdoor dining step from the kitchen onto a sunny deck with built-in barbecue. Two mature fg trees produce wonderful chutney... we might even share the recipe with you. All this for just $795,000. IN BRIEF Police briefs Police made four arrests this week, three of them over individuals failing to appear in court. On December 14, they arrested a 22-year-old Gordon's Rd man for failing to appear in court. He was taken to court, will now remain on bail with conditions set by the court, and will reappear in January. On December 15, police arrested an 18-year-old Surfdale man for failing to appear in court over the theft of a boat. He will reappear in court this week. On December 16, a 17-year-old male from Hamilton was arrested for disorderly behaviour, wilful damage, possession of an offensive weapon and breaching his court bail conditions. And the next day an 18-year-old Onetangi man was arrested after a warrant was issued from the Auckland District Court for failing to appear. Police caught two drink drivers this week. On December 16, a 34-year- old man stopped and breathalysed on the Causeway had a breath alcohol level of 455mcg. On 17 December, a 17-year-old male who was stopped on Belgium St blew a breath alcohol level of 240mcg, which is over the legal limit of 150 mcg for his age. Youth Aid officer Peter Knight would like to remind parents to keep a close eye on where their young people are. Parents need to know where they are going and who they are going to be with. At this time of the year there is a higher risk of young people being affected by alcohol where they could be become vulnerable and be subject to victimisation, injury or offending. A camera found at Waiheke library has been handed in to the police. Zumba class taps into Xmas Celebrating fitness: Zumba students enjoy a Christmas party at Palm Beach hall. Taking a breather: Zumba instructor Rahman Saleh says even Santa loves a workout. A dance fitness craze celebrated its first year with a dress-up class and party at Palm Beach Hall last Sunday afternoon. Qualified zumba teacher Rahman Saleh from Zumba Waiheke donned a Santa hat and shorts to lead the workout with attendees showing off their zumba bodies in bikinis and wrapped in tinsel. Children of class attendees then joined the group for party food, games and dancing, where Mr Saleh gave out prizes for the best dressed, with hugs for everyone. The zumba craze has spread across Waiheke in the past 12 months. Mr Saleh also teaches reg- ular classes at Waiheke Workout gym.
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