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Waka on Waiheke

Waiheke sculptor Anton Forde has completed his carvings on a 16-metre waka sculpture that now sits proud above the Pūtiki inlet where Polynesian voyagers first...

Rams hammer Bears despite obstacles

The mighty Waiheke Rams made a long awaited return last Saturday, beating old rivals the Glenora Bears by 36–18 at Harold Moody Park in...

A leap of faith

Waiheke Volunteer Coastguard members plan to leap into the unknown to raise funds towards the purchase of a new rescue boat.  The Royal New Zealand...

Sustainable and wearable; top secret designs to be revealed at Junk to Funk

Waiheke fashion fixture Junk to Funk returns for 2024 with a host of new categories and activities for the crowd. The sustainable wearable art...

“The Dove of Peace has torn its wing and lies struggling on the...

Our pride in the valour and sacrifice of those who have served is not to glorify war itself, reflects RSA patron Mike Lee in...

Oliver’s Hard Graft pays off

Hearty congratulations to Oliver Stretton-Pow, who was recently announced as the winner of the People’s Choice Award at this year’s Perpetual Guardian Sculpture on...

Fits like a glove! Otherworld’s costumes find their place

Long-time costume and props hire shop Otherworld has found a new home and it looks like it was meant to be. The shop is...

Vital win for Senior Men

Waiheke bounced back impressively from last week’s shock loss with a pulsating 2–1 home win over Beachlands at Onetangi Sports Park on Saturday.  A bitter...

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