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Stop flushing wet wipes! This is the message to residents after two tonnes of disposable wipes sucked from island septic tanks were shipped to...

Trappers hot on the trail of an island-hopping stoat finally caught up with the crafty pest on Rangitoto. Weighing in at 363g, the male stoat...

Tickets are now on sale for the much-loved Waiheke Walking Festival which returns this November, offering participants the chance to spend time walking in...

Two not-for-profit groups, each vying to lease the recently renovated Old Surfdale Post Office, are now working together in the hopes of collaboration. A...

Cycling is the transport mode of the month for October and a series of events will run across the island and over to the...

The annual Walker and Hall Waiheke Art Award, won last year by Waiheke artist Struan Hamilton, is rapidly approaching and 36 finalists have now...

Former Auckland Council CEO Doug McKay has apologised following comments he made during a meeting last week in which he said Waiheke was “full...

After a marathon Auckland Council meeting, investigations are under way to see if three groups can purchase a property at 7 Waitai Road in...