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Capturing the flit and flash of Waiheke’s magnificent manu

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Perched high above Blackpool Beach overlooking mudflats, sea and bush, Mark Lapwood NZCS ACS, cinematographer, independent film-maker, photographer and bird-lover quietly sits and waits....

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...

Waka on Waiheke

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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...

Oliver’s Hard Graft pays off

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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...

Ko au te whenua, Ko te whenua ko au / I am the...

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Opening at the Waiheke Community Gallery / Te Whare Taonga o Waiheke last Friday, alongside  The Reckoning, sculptural works by 2023’s Artist in Residence...

Waiheke Art Gallery Jostle Exhibition,

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© Waiheke Gulf News Ltd Waiheke Community Art Gallery Te Whare Taonga o Waiheke is currently showing a fabulous little exhibition called Jostle. Each artwork...

“We know how important it is,” says school as boulders join iconic sculpture

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Some island residents are seeking answers after the installation of three mystery boulders next to Valeska Campion’s mosaic sculpture, which has marked the entrance...