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An official match jersey signed by the Lions-conquering Blues rugby team is up for grabs at Waiheke Rugby Club’s big fundraiser next Friday night,...

Year Four pupils at Waiheke Primary School were presented with beautiful dictionaries on Monday by local Rotarians Sherryn El Bakary (past president), Nicola Hambly...

Aucklanders are getting a subtle reminder that, even in the depths of winter, they can jump on a ferry for some rest and relaxation.Funded...

The ‘rural-urban boundary’ planning tool has been preserved on Waiheke after an out-of-court settlement.An agreement between the island-based Straits Protection Society and Auckland Council...

The credibility of efforts to police commercial fishing activity in the Hauraki Gulf has taken another blow after Greenpeace released a leaked Ministry of...

Former Waiheke youth aid officer Patrick Knight has won an award for his work bringing driving lessons to the island.At the Auckland City District...

The anxiety and awe of creating and unveiling a carved meeting house at Piritahi Marae will soon be revealed in a documentary.Waiheke filmmaker Baraka...

Waiheke United’s passionate fans will have reasons to be cheerful whatever the result of this weekend’s season defining football clash at Onetangi Sports Park.Sturdy...

Work to extend dual footpath-cycle lanes either side of Ostend faces a delay after Waiheke Local Board told Auckland Transport to think again over...

The sold out sign greeted concertgoers to the V12 a capella choir’s 3pm show last Sunday at Artworks Theatre, as it had for the...

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