An album that traces the “dark places” in people’s lives is being released by Waiheke’s Solomon Cole Band tomorrow. Guitarist and vocalist Solomon Cole says releasing their debut album, Bruises, is an exciting step for the band, which includes vocalist...
Neil Finn made a surprise appearance at headland Sculpture on the Gulf on Thursday evening last week. The famous Kiwi musician, who was a lead singer in Crowded House and Split Enz, is friends with architects Nicholas Stevens and Gary...
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...
Waiheke Waka Ama Club has had an outstanding run at the Karapiro nationals last month, with one of the tiniest teams taking a top ten spot. • Jo Parker Full Story in this weeks Gulf News.... Out Now!    
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,...
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 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...
Waiheke nine-year-olds Anamia Rangihaeata and Tiana Gray presented their designs at New Zealand Fashion Week last Thursday night. In front of a crowd of nearly 400, the youngsters’ urban children’s wear label, Brother Sister, led the Go Media Golander Show. Nine...
Pop royalty Suzanne Lynch visits Waiheke this Saturday for a night of classic hits and rock and roll. Having spent her teenage years on prime-time screens as the blonde half of 60s band The Chicks, Suzanne Lynch then travelled the...
Waiheke Walking Festival will be able to go ahead in November after Waiheke Local Board granted a further $10,000 for the nine-day event. The local board granted $10,000 when festival organisers requested $20,000 last November and has agreed to provide...