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Cirque Lemuria thrilled the audience that packed Artworks Theatre on Sunday 21 June with juggling, acrobatics and aerial silks skills. The circus troupe, which...

Inspirational runner, trainer, Gulf News columnist and Trail Tribe champion Sarah Gloyer has been awarded a Waiheke Best Ever certificate and $1000 for her efforts to...

The developer of a 25-lot subdivision straddling Thompson’s Point sought approval from the Waiheke Local Board for its preferred road names at last Wednesday’s...

Last week, 30 winter warmer packs arrived on Waiheke thanks to Habitat for Humanity and the Waiheke Healthy Homes Project. Organiser Martha Slimm says...
Waiheke women’s rugby is about to begin. Pete Rees Photography

The island’s first women’s rugby team takes to the field this Saturday in their inaugural match of the season.  Covid-19 saw an enforced hiatus for...
Ku Nakagawa’s film of his father Kazu Nakagawa has won Mobile Winner in the Four Walls Film Festival.

Speaking in his gentle voice about living sustainably, Waiheke artist Kazu Nakagawa is featured at home during lockdown in an award-winning short film shot...
The Island Grocer crew including Manon and Victoria (pictured) came out in support of On The House last weekend putting up this poster welcoming visitors to the island. Owners Nicky and Simon Cairns say they noticed a lot of positivity from curious visitors and they felt a slightly festive atmosphere in Oneroa village. Photo Sophie Boladeras

Waiheke’s eateries, gift shops and vineyards were heaving last weekend, and the first-ever On The House event was deemed a success. Organisers say the...
Waiheke Budgeting Services’ Amelia Lawley with Coni Medel and Claire Stainton from Citizens’ Advice Bureau. Photo Liza Hamilton

Migrant workers and tourists stranded on Waiheke have been surviving with no money, no jobs and a question mark over how to get through...