What’s On

Walking Festival organisers say that their decision to ditch this year’s event because of the uncertainty around Covid alert levels was made “with heavy...

With the Song and Poetry Thing unable to take place in person at level 3, Waiheke poets share works they would have read this...

Fed up of making the same old kai? Or maybe you’ve been missing the Kai Conscious Café? Join Kathy Voyles live in her kitchen...

Artist Sarah-Jane Blake is bringing cheer to level 4 Waiheke with her Lockdown Gigs Billsticker Project, a virtual concert tour mapped out around Ostend. The...

Almost 250 locals got zippy last weekend when EcoZip Adventures treated residents to their big “thank you” day. The day was a way of marking...

Murray Vuletich has a problem.  Converting an old ride on lawnmower into a trolley for the upcoming Great Gulf News Trolley Derby seemed like a...

In a wet and wild weekend, Stony Batter played host to some of New Zealand’s top musicians. Graham Hooper braved the elements and the...

To Korowai o Waiheke has teamed up with Waiheke Cinema to bring acclaimed doco Fight for the Wild to the big screen next month....