Wallabies introduced to Rangihoua The Australian rugby team, the Wallabies, have been training on Waiheke for the past week delighting the island’s many rugby fans. At a press conference at Waiheke Island Resort, team members discussed their recent Bledisloe Cup test...
Waiheke athletes featured prominently in the Auckland central primary schools cross country event last week, with five island runners achieving top-20 finishes. More than 40 runners from Waiheke Primary and Te Huruhi Primary made the trip to Grey Lynn Park. Full...
Last Saturday, four teams from Waiheke went to Ponsonby to warm up for the rugby season in a sevens tournament. With teams from all over Auckland participating on a hot autumn day on some fast running fields, we were...
It seems that Waiheke’s Whale Huggers picked the perfect name, with orcas joining the team on Monday when they successfully completed the 2018 Chopper Swim from Waiheke to Auckland in support of the rescue helicopter service. • Richard Jones Details...
Students of Waiheke High swapped their classrooms for Oneroa Beach, books for balls and uniforms for house colours and togs last Friday. From early morning, the beach was buzzing with people as the school held its annual Beach Sports day....
There was a late start to racing on Saturday with not many cars but a great crowd for a hot afternoon. Nine cars in total showed up, four of them in Super A.  Taz Corinaldi in car 71 got a...

‘Heke High’ Waka Ama have smashed their way to first place overall at a regional event in Whitianga. The Cathedral Cove Challenge, held on 11 and 12 November, saw the Waiheke High School team compete against clubs from all over...

Waiheke Fishing and Recreation Club’s 24-hour Snapper Classic 2017 will be remembered long after the fish have been enjoyed. A record set in the contest’s second year, for the biggest snapper, was finally beaten six years on. And what’s more, it...

Waiheke High School students competed at the recent 2017 AIMS Games in Tauranga. The week long event is the largest of its kind with over 10,000 Year 7 and 8 athletes representing 275 schools from throughout New Zealand, Tonga...
Members of the Waiheke High School Sea Sports Academy have enjoyed a fantastic four days sailing the Hauraki Gulf on Steinlager 2, the ‘Ferrari of the seas’. The 24 students were aboard the boat made famous by Sir Peter Blake...