Environment

The next underwater gardening session is on Sunday, 23 January 2022. Snorkellers and eaters are required as all removed kina (pictured) is eaten, while the shells can be composted.

Are you kina to cool off with a spot of underwater gardening this summer? Waiheke Kelp Gardeners is gearing up for another season of diving...

Just because Waiheke’s Native Bird Rescue spent a month dialing down its intake doesn’t mean those running the show weren’t still… well, running pretty...

Two bikes, a deck chair and a tripod were among a huge pile of rusted waste removed from below Matiatia’s old wharf last week. Organised...

A sure sign of summer is the release of the annual calendar for the Waiheke instalments of Experiencing Marine Reserves’ introduction events to our...

A kororā/little penguin chick rescued from Kennedy Point on Tuesday is being cared for at Native Bird Rescue. NBR rehabilitation trainee Lewis Miller said a...

Painting will start this week on a new mural on Ocean View Road actioned by the Waiheke Marine Project (WMP), a collaborative mana whenua...

Sick and injured seabirds – including kororā and kāruhiruhi, pied shags – have prompted experts to question the health of the Hauraki Gulf around...

The distinctive sound of the native bellbird can once again be heard on Waiheke, as confirmed by Birds New Zealand following a sighting a...