Records were broken at Waiheke High School’s annual athletics day last Thursday.Ashley Mutize broke the record for the long jump with 5.60 metres. Jayda Pocock broke three records: throwing the discus 20.58 metres, reaching 4.07 metres in long jump and...
Over 650 people ran, walked and splashed across Waiheke on Saturday in the 2019 Wharf2Wharf as weather conditions deteriorated. First time marathoner Andrew Sexton won the male category of the inaugural marathon in 3hr 12min 59sec. Last year the Surfdale...
The superb summer weather made for a perfect mix of camping and good honest outdoor fun for the island’s young equestrians last weekend.Waiheke Island Pony Club’s annual camp was a chance for riders to immerse themselves in horses for...
The countdown is on to this year’s Wharf 2Wharf with the fun run taking place on Saturday 9 March.This year’s event includes the inaugural marathon race. Starting at 7.15am at Matiatia, runners will head out to Passage Rock and...
After a two-year hiatus, don’t miss the Onetangi Beach races this weekend. Horses, tractors, kids carts and Sealegs will be charging down the beachfront this Sunday 17 February. Now a staple event on the island calendar, the races are a...
Waiheke 1st Sea Scouts group leader, Paul Walden, has stepped down after more than a decade as a leader and the group is calling for more parents to get involved as it goes through a leadership change. “I have two...
With last week’s crippling heatwave covering the country, just the thought of exercising and exerting energy left us all feeling sweaty and lethargic.  Not so for 50 Waiheke primary and intermediate school aged students enrolled in the Kids Holiday...
The Motu Mastaz have gone from flipping at the regional sprints to making the finals at the waka ama nationals at Lake Karapiro last weekend.  This is the first time that the Waiheke Waka Ama Club has entered a...
For the first time ever, the Waiheke Waka Ama Club entered two sprint teams in the AROCA Regional Sprint Championships at Lake Pupuke on Sunday 9 December. Unfortunately the intermediate team had to pull out as the race was...
Te Huruhi students in years three to six jumped, sprinted and got energised at the school’s annual senior athletics morning.As the children rotated around in their age groups, they had the choice of fun or competition; high jump or...