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Cycling is the transport mode of the month for October and a series of events will run across the island and over to the...

The annual Walker and Hall Waiheke Art Award, won last year by Waiheke artist Struan Hamilton, is rapidly approaching and 36 finalists have now...

Former Auckland Council CEO Doug McKay has apologised following comments he made during a meeting last week in which he said Waiheke was “full...

After a marathon Auckland Council meeting, investigations are under way to see if three groups can purchase a property at 7 Waitai Road in...

Plans for a new cellar door on Onetangi Straight will expand the popular wine destination. The owners of boutique winery, Postage Stamp Wines, have applied...

The strenuous efforts to keep Artworks bustling through these tumultuous, Covid-restricted times has borne fruit with the confirmation of some of the best and...

Designs for Matiatia’s $15 million redevelopment are slowly taking shape, with Auckland Transport presenting three concept plans to key stakeholders this month. Groups including...

Waiheke has long been in the fast lane when it comes to its uptake of electric vehicles, and last week we welcomed a grunty...