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When you have been creating art pieces for almost 30 years, it’s not easy choosing only a dozen to go into a solo show;...

A trial of a ‘pay as you feel’ dining concept using food diverted from landfills has patrons in Auckland queueing around the block.Last Monday,...

For the twelfth time, local artist Ann Skelly has had a garment accepted into the renowned international design competition World of WearableArt (WOW).What the...

The flood-damaged administration building at Waiheke Primary School reopened in time for term three on Monday, four months on from the flood which forced...

After only ten days without one, Artworks Community Theatre has found a new theatre manager in the experienced Teresa Sokolich.Though she maintains that she...

Schools, health centres and even the police force are experiencing difficulties recruiting and retaining staff on Waiheke because of accommodation costs.The dearth of affordable...

Originally from Hawke's Bay, her birth certificate names her Cathrine Lewis. But when the creative soul comes out, she calls herself Katy Soljak, and...

It is almost last orders time for loyal customers of Ringawera Bakery’s artisan products.Co-owner Paddy Griffiths has confirmed what island-based retailers were telling the...

Learn the history of henna, how to take care of henna tattoos, how to draw different designs and more, when the Waiheke Youth Voice...

With the Auld Mug held high, rain poured down round helmsman and Olympic gold medalist Peter Burling, skipper Glenn Ashby and Team New Zealand’s...

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In this week's Gulf News.
* Ann Skelly's WOW factor
* Bring help where the heart is
* Get cash back for drink containers
* Matariki farewelled with marae celebrations
* Storm rider
* Primary school back in business
* Sport reports and more
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In this week's edition
- A bunch of great sport results
- Waiheke Rugby Club's fundraising success
- Tim Adam's from Obsidian is once again the Bayer Auckland/Northland Young Viticulturist of the Year
- Helping hands for wetlands
and Auckland Council delegates more responsibilities to local boards
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