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A Change Has Occurred
The agency known as Central Realty 2010 Limited has commenced trading as Ray White
Cromwell. Business owner Wayman Roughan said that in joining Ray White it will allow his business and
sales team a greater reach given the number of offices that Ray White has throughout the area. "Ray White also
has a superior technology platform which will allow us wider access to local, national and international buyers.
Our sales team are very excited about the change and the ability to grow their own businesses to a new level."
Carey Smith, Chief Executive of Ray White New Zealand, said "The Ray White Group has
continued to expand and we welcome Wayman Roughan and his Cromwell sales team.
We have good coverage throughout Central Otago and the Southern Lakes and Wayman's team joining our
group will add further coverage, particularly through the Cromwell and Upper Clutha region."
The office of Central Realty 2010 Limited is now branded as Ray White Cromwell and information on all
current listings for sale and rental properties available can be seen on their website www.rwcromwell.co.nz.
Central Realty 2010 Limited Licensed (REAA 2008)
7A Murray Terrace, Cromwell, 9310
Agent Licensee Wayman Roughan
03 445 4780
Ray White is proud to announce the opening of their 135th office, in Cromwell which is located in the valley of the
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on the stage
Quality offering: Wakatipu High School pupils Amelia Cross, Holly Moore,
Kate Cameron, Bella Bollinger, Charlie Turner, Grace Saxon and Sienna
Strawchan competing in the regional Stage Challenge competition in
Dunedin last week. The school had 110 pupils participating and while
Otago Girls' High School was the eventual winner, the Wakatipu team came
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Photo: TOMM ARMSTRONG
Gymnastics club taking proactive stance
Jumping gymnast: Remarkables Primary School pupil Ana-Caroline Lozano, 9,
practising for the first round of competition on the weekend with Queenstown
Gymnastics Club assistant coach Simon West.
Photo: JAMES ALLAN
By DEBBIE JAMIESON
An enthusiastic new committee
has brought fresh legs to the
Queenstown Gymnastics Club
and new offerings.
The popular club already has a
recreational squad of 115 children,
12-strong competition squad.
Members come from as far away
as Wanaka to train with the club
in Queenstown under head coach
Giovana Santos, an ex-Brazilian
Last weekend the squad competed
at the St Bernadette Gymnastics
Club competition in Dunedin
against clubs from as far afield as
South Canterbury and
Invercargill and returned with: a
first in the bar (Jessica Lapsley-
Fowler), a second in the bar
(Leanna Carran), and a second in
the beam (Evie Barlow).
However, new president Mike
Byers said the club preferred to be
proactive and was diversifying its
''It's a busy club. It's been very
low key but one of the things I
really want to develop is getting
our profile out there a little bit
School holiday classes may be
introduced, including gymnastics
and possibly juggling and acro-
An adult acrobatics class would
start next month and plans for
adults' conditioning classes and
slacklining aimed at teenagers
were also under way.
On occasions there were waiting
lists for children hoping to join
the recreational squad and train
weekly towards GymsportNZ
badges, but if there were enough
children new classes were intro-
duced to absorb the numbers, Mr
Ultimately the club, which is
based out of Wakatipu High
School gymnasium, would like to
have its own premises.
''That's quite a large outlay. It's
not financially viable to take on a
commercial lease,'' he said.
To contact the club email:
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