Yes, Easter and the lead-in days were dogged by the heavy rain that has been the hallmark of the summer of 2017.But fans at...

It was awesome to see all the visitors from Waihi Beach, Meremere and Waiuku ready to celebrate our 30 years with us – muddy...

In keeping with tradition, the Waiheke RSA has organised two Anzac Day services to commemorate New Zealanders killed in war and honour returned servicemen...

Joy Begbie believes she is an accident waiting to happen.She does not want her picture in the paper, nor will she reveal her age....

Our weekly arts diaryThree Waiheke artists, Karl Baxter, Anah Dunsheath and Bronwynne Cornish, are contenders for New Zealand’s only small sculpture prize, sponsored by...

A woman is in a critical but stable condition after a motor scooter accident above Little Oneroa on Saturday.The woman, aged in her 30s,...

Things went according to plan last Sunday for protesters opposing Fullers’ double-decker buses on the island.Over 100 people gathered at Matiatia around 11am on...

Kaleidoscope Performance pulled off a “miracle” by presenting Carmina Burana last weekend despite obstacles created by flooding, says director Kathy Hollo.Two floods caused more...

The iconic Palm Beach Store is back in business - though squeezed into half the space - after last month’s floods.Half the store remains...

Last Sunday Waiheke Gymnastics Club sent nine girls to compete in the annual Eastern Suburbs Gymnastics Club mini tramp and tumbling competitionThe girls had...

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- ANZAC Day commemorated
- Football giants drawn to Waiheke
- Some tracks gone forever
- Ian Upton to walk the length and breadth on the North Island
- SIzzling Sunday at Blackpool

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- Flooding and slips after the storm
- Richard Melville leaves a proud legacy
- Community rallies to re-open Palm Beach store
- Retirement village to grow by a third
- Marina hearing gets underway
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