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After selling out in 2019, English entertainer Eran 'The Highland Joker' Backler is bringing his unique bubble show back to Artworks on Saturday 9...

Waiheke kororā get $15,000 grant for protection

© Gulf News Ltd The World Wide Fund (WWF) for Nature New Zealand, in partnership with the Tindall Foundation has granted $15,000 to Waiheke Native...

Seal of approval: businessman bankrolls eastern end roadworks

© Gulf News Ltd Works to upgrade and seal a 3.5km section of Man O’ War Bay Road are underway, thanks to a generous donation...

Teens to the rescue of stricken sailor

© Gulf News Ltd Two groups of quick-thinking teens rescued a stricken sailor whose dinghy drifted after it ‘turtled’ in high winds at Onetangi on...

Community Christmas celebration at Artworks

© Pendragon Press Ltd For those already dusting off the Christmas decorations, a festive community celebration is fast approaching, with a concert, crafty workshops and...

Does rugby need a shake up?

© Pendragon Press Ltd A substantial report into the governance of New Zealand Rugby published in September posed the question – can rugby still be...

Waiheke Marina open for business

© Pendragon Press Ltd The controversial Waiheke Marina at Kennedy Point marked a major milestone on Monday, welcoming in the first boats. It comes after heated...

MP and local board say it’s not over yet, ...

© Pendragon Press Ltd Auckland Central MP Chlöe Swarbrick and the Waiheke Local Board are making plans to continue the campaign to regulate the Waiheke...

Farewell to ghost boats of Pūtiki Bay

Auckland Harbourmaster teams were at Pūtiki Bay with a crane barge last week, to remove seven boats that were tagged as abandoned wrecks a...

Le Tour de Tennis ultra-successful

Le Tour de Tennis 2023 was another huge success story say key organisers Eric and Fiona Pilling, Monika Moy, Sarah Hazell and John Lindesay....

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