Fullers says it is listening to local concerns about double-decker buses and will reduce their use on the island over winter. However, the big buses will still be plying narrow roads on weekends and decisions on their long-term future have...
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...
A woman is in a critical but stable condition after a motor scooter accident above Little Oneroa on Saturday. The woman, aged in her 30s, is believed to be a visitor who hired a scooter on the island with her...
Former Waiheke youth aid officer Patrick Knight has won an award for his work bringing driving lessons to the island. At the Auckland City District Police Awards this month, Constable Knight received a commander’s commendation for his work setting up...
A new Kennedy Point service, more direct routes to and from Matiatia and higher frequencies are features of a planned new public bus network on Waiheke. Consultation will begin next week on the biggest overhaul of bus routes on the...
Auckland Transport’s new plans for parking at Matiatia are “a shocker”, says Waiheke Ferry Users Group chairperson Daniel Silva. The plan includes price increases in the back paved and gravel car parks at Matiatia from $3 for 24 hours to...

Last week’s intense storm caused a trail of disruption and destruction across the island – with widespread flooding, delays and damage caused by the wild sea conditions. A significant low pressure system had set in above the Tasman Sea to...
Aucklanders are getting a subtle reminder that, even in the depths of winter, they can jump on a ferry for some rest and relaxation. Funded by the Waiheke Island Tourism Forum, Fullers and ATEED, the Waiheke is Warmer campaign is...
Auckland Council is finally taking steps to sort out problems with Auckland Transport’s work on Waiheke. After a presentation from Waiheke Local Board chairperson Paul Walden the council’s environment committee has advised the governing body of the need for Auckland...
Waiheke commuters pay $1 a day in wharf tax, but get little benefit from the tax, says Waiheke Local Board chairperson Paul Walden. He is pleased that Auckland Transport is inching towards transparency, by finally revealing that each ferry passenger...