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A digger arrived on Tuesday to begin work on a much-anticipated Housing Trust build in Onetangi.  “Obviously this gives us renewed enthusiasm for this key...
Members of Cycle Action Waiheke on an outing. Members of the group are organising the Tour de Waiheke including high tea, storytelling, vineyard visits, art and a film as part of the Waiheke Cycling Festival.

A special island exploration by bike is on offer in the coming Waiheke Cycling Festival. Taking place on the second day of the festival, the...

Artworks Theatre was full to the brim on Sunday with an audience which included child pirates and adult mermaids for an interactive show to...

In Oneroa Village a blue behatted figure strides purposefully towards the entry of gallery - its creator Paul Radford, one of the seven-member...

Waiheke High School has given students food for thought when it comes to employment and apprenticeships. Culinary students from the North Shore International Academy under...

While New Zealand waits for the sharp end and the silverware at the Rugby World Cup, Waiheke’s youngsters have been sharing out the spoils...

The enchanted doors of Tantalus Estate opened last Friday for 150 beautifully dressed students and guests from Waiheke High School for their annual school...

Waiheke Sea Scouts and Venturers have put a call out for new recruits keen to learn how to sail and have fun at sea. Sailing,...

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