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Protestors took to the water at Kennedy Point on Monday 12 April to stop the construction work on the marina that is about to...

Waiheke children will have even more access to nature education after the Ministry of Social Development recognised Talking Tree Hill with OSCAR accreditation. The OSCAR...

Action or extinction? This was the stark message from Waiheke High School students who brought their protest from the streets of Oneroa to Aotea...

Scores of commuters expressed outrage this month following Fullers’ switch to a restricted winter timetable which saw several sailings cut.  Key peak travel services, including...

After last year’s 11th-hour cancellation due to Covid, Waiheke Jazz Festival 2021 returned with a bang over the Easter weekend with sell-out shows around...

She’s worked at a Thai hotel with a resident elephant, volunteered to provide veterinary care for animals in the Pacific Islands and has tended...

An innovative new plan for Matiatia could see a keyhole without congestion, cycleways lining the road to the ferry terminal and a completely new...

Aspiring Waiheke filmmaker Kayla Hamilton has just screened her short film Kahurangi at the 2021 Māoriland Film Festival, the largest indigenous film festival in the Southern...