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While many of us won’t be taking the ferry to the city for a month or maybe more, some essential service workers are still...
Prior to the country going into lockdown at midnight on Wednesday 25 March, owner of internet provider FullTilt, Dan Ballard, went to Rakino to...
Coronavirus is cancelling some of life’s biggest moments – among them last Friday was the 20km Chopper Swim from Waiheke Island to Mechanics Bay...
Systems may have jammed as the country scrambled with news of moves to alert level four, but members of Waiheke o Waiata brought cheer...
Waiheke’s ferry services are closely monitoring the Covid-19 situation, with Sealink recommending people stay in their vehicles and Fullers360 suggesting people travel outside of...
Waiheke runners dominated Saturday’s Wharf2Wharf nib marathon, taking first place in both male and female races. Andrew Sexton came first again, beating his time at...
A successful season at the Te Huruhi Community Pool has been capped off by the addition of new umbrellas, backstroke poles and flags. A...