In keeping with tradition, the Waiheke RSA has organised two Anzac Day services to commemorate New Zealanders killed in war and honour returned servicemen and women on Tuesday, 25 April. The white crosses will be raised, poppies pinned to jackets...
The opportunity to taste wines from 15 different Waiheke vineyards in one location is coming up on Saturday 2 April. The Explore Waiheke Wine and Food Festival will be centred this year around Te Motu, The Airstrip, a piece of...
Maumahara Flames, held last Sunday, gave Waiheke residents the chance to come together as a community to celebrate Matariki and to remember those who have crossed into the star world. “The main emotion we wanted people to feel was remembrance,”...
The 2018 Onetangi Beach Races has been cancelled over fears for extreme weather expected on the island this weekend. Organisers say they have been forced to call off the annual race day, which was set for this Sunday (11 February),...
Waiheke creatives certainly put art on the map, and this weekend the island is a treasure trove to be discovered, with more than 37 creative spaces open to view. Ticket-holders for the Open Studios Weekend can also meet the...
The island’s hot ticket this week was the Waiheke Theatre Company’s production of The Cripple Of Inishmaan, Anglo-Irish playwright Martin McDonagh’s dark comedy set in the far west of Ireland and directed here on our own island by Stephanie...
Known for his high energy performances and his love of Shakespeare, actor-director Michael Hurst brings the two together in his work, No Holds Bard, at Artworks Theatre this week. Created by Michael and writing team Natalie Medlock and Dan Musgrove,...
A warm summer evening with a light breeze set the scene for picnic goers and popular carols at Little Oneroa on Saturday at the Carols by the Sea event. A great turn out ensured the entire Little Oneroa reserve hill...
Aim to win -  When Wild on Waiheke put on an archery tournament for local businesses last Sunday, teams from Gill Stotter Catering, WDS, Tantalus, Stonyridge, Capstone, the RSA, Gulf Foods, Sheffield Construction, The Barn, The Malcolms and Gulf News...
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 previous evening’s performance. Titled A secret chord, the matinee session was largely a journey through the...