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After months of cancellations and postponements it’s good to see some regular major Waiheke events being put back on the calendar. This week it’s the...

Fire and Emergency services were called to an electrical fire on Friday 22 May at 7pm. A power cable was down on Bay Road,...

A Waiheke youth arts mentor programme is back for the third year running, and the hunt is on for artists and young creatives alike...

Playcentre members are heartbroken at the lack of recognition the organisation has received from the government. Last week’s Budget announcements brought an increase of $3.1m...

The Waiheke Island Society for the Care of Animals is devoted to the upkeep of the island’s furry friends, come rain, shine or pandemic.  Having...

With its Kai Conscious Cafe unable to operate during Covid-19 level four, the Kai Conscious team changed how it operates to provide food to...

Hungry Kiwis went crazy for fast-food last week as lockdown rules relaxed, and Waiheke was no different with some takeaway phones ringing off the...

The confected coronavirus story about dolphins frolicking in Venice canals may have been debunked as fake news, but beachgoers on Waiheke were treated to...

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