Waiheke Marketplace : December 29th 2010
7 WAIHEKE MARKETPLACE, DECEMBER 29, 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. Theyearthatwas. . . On the move: The Anglican Church building makes its way to Eden Terrace. On duty at Gallipoli: Lance Corporal Josiah Ngamo. CONTINUED Page 8 For those who blinked and missed 2010, Gill Alcock checks out the news stories that made the headlines in the Waiheke Marketplace over the past year. January The Topp Twins wow the crowd at Cable Bay. An earthquake strikes off Palm Beach. The h3 Garden Party flourishes in Fossil Bay. Flights from Isola Estate are grounded and the prop- erty goes on sale. Nine hundred take to the streets for the Wharf to Wharf fun run. Residents plan their submissions on the third supercity bill. Former Waiheke High School headgirl Sophia John- son takes up a role on Shortland Street. February Sister Clare celebrates her 85th birthday. Metal poles from the wharf demolished in 1940 prove a safety hazard on Onetangi Beach. Graham Henry, mayor John Banks and the Mad Butcher Peter Leitch enter- tain the crowds at the Wai- heke Wine and Food Festival. A hand grenade is found and exploded in Putiki Bay. March The island is put on a major tsunami alert. Nine brave souls have their heads shaved for hospice at Waiheke Bowling Club. Nigel Latta explains the techniques involved in rais- ing teenagers. Goldwater Estate is re- established as locally owned and managed, and is renamed the Goldie Room. A caravan and shed go up in flames on Eden Tce. A proposal to build a 19-lot subdivision on Thompson's Point has residents up in arms. Mick Fleetwood is spotted dining at Mudbrick. Little Oneroa bridge is closed while being rebuilt and strengthened. A 6.5k snapper wins the Waiheke Marketplace King of the Bay fishing competition. Flotsam, a sculpture by Paul Radford, is put in place at Alison Park. Another hand grenade is found. April Designs for the island's new library and service cen- tre are unveiled. Peacock Sky vineyard opens to the public. A man dies in a car crash at the Onetangi Sports Park. The former Anglican Church building in Oneroa is offered for sale. Lance Corporal Josiah Ngamo represents New Zea- land at Gallipoli. John Hakwesby joins rock band Tank and Pump on stage at Artworks Theatre.
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