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Enclosure Bay works resource consent decisions reportedly under review

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The Auckland Council is reportedly reviewing the resource consent decisions around a Great Barrier work site after issues with sediment running off into Enclosure...

Protester found guilty in first of nine Kennedy Point Marina trespass...

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Kennedy Point Marina protester and Protect Pūtiki spokesperson Emily Māia Weiss was found guilty of trespassing at the marina construction site in Pūtiki Bay...

Murder, mayhem and manhunts

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Waiheke Theatre Company’s The Shakespeare Conspiracy is directed by Janis McArdie, who coordinates a cast of 20 local actors to bring the villains and...

A salute to our natural world

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A powerful new exhibition is currently gracing Waiheke Community Art Gallery Te Whare Taonga o Waiheke, showcasing two leading contemporary Māori artists. Waiheke’s Anton...

Landfill proposed near “relatively pristine” Te Matuku Marine Reserve

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A proposed landfill, with a total compacted volume of roughly 142,000 cubic metres, could be on the cards near the upper reaches of the...

Junk transforms into funk for sell-out fashion show

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It was another packed night at Te Huruhi School, which hosted the annual Junk to Funk sustainable fashion show last Saturday. The nearly 400...

Sparks fly over fireworks funding

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The Waiheke Dirt Track club is looking for sponsors to help carry on their annual Guy Fawkes fireworks display after the Waiheke Local Board...

“Dream harvest” for Waiheke olives

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This year has been hailed a ‘dream harvest’ on Waiheke as olive growers rake the last groves for ripe fruit. It is an about-turn year...

Island Direct getting SuperGold Card from the end of next month

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After months of working through red tape, Island Direct will soon be able to offer SuperGold card ticket subsidies to its passengers. Minister of...

‘Fred Ladd’s tree’ suffering from disease; over 75 percent dead council...

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Several Waiheke residents have raised concerns that a landmark tree, and its connection to island history, may be lost after the Surfdale cypress known...

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