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Islanders should get their skates on to book for next month’s Waiheke Walking Festival. Registration for places on more than 50 free guided walks...

A Waiheke resident has spoken out after being charged more than $2.50 per litre at a petrol station last month because of a typing...

At least ten stingrays have been found lying dead on Blackpool Beach with their tails cut off, shocking local Waiheke residents and prompting a...

Driving rain and a howling nor’easter did not deter hardy young fishers, or their parents, from successfully reviving the Waiheke Fish’n Kids competition at...

Waiheke United Football Club celebrated a terrific season with its junior prizegiving at Waiheke High School. The island’s biggest sporting club fielded teams across...

The chance to see a slice of Waiheke history is on offer during a presentation of the island’s past, included in a two-week festival...

Anna Ngo’s weekly arts diaryOpening this Saturday at Red Shed in Palm Beach is the exhibition Twelve Waiheke Paintings by Colin Beardon, a series of...

In blustery rain but with flags and placards on display, about 50 people marched to protest against the planned Kennedy Point marina development on...

Tired of the rain, the team at Wild on Waiheke is kicking off its Local Beer Sunday Sessions starting 1 October. Throughout the month...

The island’s Waka Ama Club is getting ready to compete in a national event next month. There is currently a race underway between the...

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