Here they come... front row seats at Park Point - Waihekeans are set to get a stellar view of the 36th America’s Cup from 6 to 21 March in 2021. The recently revealed racing area will take place across the Hauraki...
Constantly evolving Radio Rebelde had a wonderful send off for five members at Rangihoua Estate on Saturday. Vocalist Ashley Blair and trombonist partner Greg Cossar (who had a stunning lime green mohawk on the day), Magico, Juan Silva and Sylvain...
After a rainy start the weather cleared and the sun made a timely appearance, as if on cue, for the annual Spring Festival at Fossil Bay Kindergarten. The afternoon was bursting with blossoms as the children, dressed in seasonal colours,...
How do you solve a problem like Maria? sing the nuns of the Austrian abbey’s spirited novice in the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical, The Sound of Music. Enjoy Tara Doherty-Eagles’ flawless performance as the would-be young nun with a song...

The sun came out and shone hard. Boats moored in the bay. A market of delicious food and exciting knick-knacks stood ready. Everything was ready for the crowds. Last Sunday, the Onetangi Beach Races once again brought hordes of locals...
Yes, Easter and the lead-in days were dogged by the heavy rain that has been the hallmark of the summer of 2017. But fans at the Fullers Waiheke International Jazz Festival - whose opening and closing gigs were outdoor -...
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...
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,”...
Fossil Bay Harvest Fayre celebrates its 25th Anniversary on Sunday week, commemorating the seasonal change and the fun of harvest. Kindergarten parent Clarissa McKay says the fayre also highlights the incredible work done by children, teachers and parents throughout the...
From afar it must have looked like a dozen little yellow ants running around on Oneroa beach recently. Coming closer you would see each creature only had two legs and was in fact a preschooler in a rash vest...