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They’ve got talent and instruments but nowhere to perform; they’ve got drive and ambition but nowhere to practise.That’s why charismatic music teacher Gareth...

A Rocky Bay community group with a pest-free vision for the island has made serious headway - but still hopes to recruit more volunteers...

Sea Scouts Keas showed impressive safety knowledge during an educational trip with Waiheke Coastguard, says Waiheke High School sea sports academy tutor Maria Heer. ...

Waiheke Volunteer Fire Brigade was in action on Saturday afternoon when a Volvo truck burst into flames as it was being driven past the...

Waiheke High School Robotics Club secured an amazing second place in their first appearance at national level in the annual Vex IQ competition in...

The Waiheke Mountain Bike Club’s 11th Annual Round Rangihoua Four-Hour Challenge on Saturday was a huge success, featuring great rides by local kids Imri...

There’s been an outpouring of grief after Blanca, a beloved white goose who lived at Matiatia, was found dead on Tuesday morning.Local Oneroa resident...

Safia Archer’s weekly arts diaryMerging the traditional with digital, Sculpt Oneroa is poised to showcase the island’s artistic talent, with the much anticipated opening...

Angry supporters of a 'breakaway' Waiheke Island council stormed out within minutes of the Local Government Commission announcing its rejection of the proposal at...

A sea wall to halt tidal erosion at Picnic Bay is a step closer, with an application for resource consent gaining support from Ngāi...

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The day was a celebration of the achievements of all the students for the year and a heartfelt farewell to the four graduating students, Te Waitemata Arinoki, Kristel Kelly, Tangimoana Clarke and Lola Farquhar.
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The day was a celebration of the achievements of all the students for the year and a heartfelt farewell to the four graduating students, Te Waitemata Arinoki, Kristel Kelly, Tangimoana Clarke and Lola...

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