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  • Hard work doesn’t cut it
    par Liz Waters le 16/06/2021 à 11:04

    The over-stuffed bed was fully 350 cm deep, an opulent white damask sandwich of coils, springs, toppers and, in a lingering camera shot, what looked like hand-crafted quilting.  In an unfortunate conjunction, the bed manufacturer’s television advertisement earlier this week appeared […]

  • Time to get those trolleys made
    par Gulf News le 16/06/2021 à 10:45

    David Waters is an old and wise head when it comes to building trolleys, so with the Great Gulf News Trolley Derby now just around the corner, he offers some practical advice to build your own safe speedster. With the Great Gulf News Trolley Derby down Oneroa’s village street coming up on […]

  • Zip along and help the community
    par Gulf News le 16/06/2021 à 10:43

    One of Waiheke’s biggest tourist attractions is holding a “locals day” as a way to say thanks to Waiheke residents who have helped them weather the economic storm of the past 15 months. EcoZip will close to the general public and charge what they describe as “mates’ […]

  • Rich-lister buys ‘one of the most beautiful properties on Earth’
    par Gulf News le 16/06/2021 à 10:18

    A massive parcel of prime coastal land surrounding Carey Bay on the north-eastern side of Waiheke is safe from subdivision and significant development.  Mainfreight chairman Bruce Plested, who sold $75 million in shares to purchase the 300-hectare property known as Fountainhead, says he and […]

  • Kuia’s challenge to Mayor Goff
    par Gulf News le 16/06/2021 à 10:15

    Long-time defender of Pūtiki Bay, Kathryn Ngapo wrote to Mayor Phil Goff this week challenging him to re-think comments he made in a radio interview last week where he said “extraordinary steps have been taken to protect the little penguin” at Kennedy Point. In the bFM interview, […]

  • Happy to take one for the team
    par Gulf News le 09/06/2021 à 9:34

    My own call came the first Thursday they started the whole jabs process down at Oneroa. “Is that James?” “Yes” “Can you make it down the village in the next 10 minutes?” “Bugger, no… sorry. I’m off island – doing my other job. […]

  • Food waste champions reap rewards
    par Gulf News le 09/06/2021 à 9:21

    Two Waiheke food waste initiatives have scooped Auckland Council Love Food Hate Waste funding, with Friday lunchtime fixture Kai Conscious Cafe taking out the largest grant of $5000. Community Networks Waiheke was the winner for an idea with the Inglorious Vegetable Soup Disco and receives $1767. […]

  • Oprah shares Aroha with the world
    par Gulf News le 09/06/2021 à 9:20

    Māori wisdom book Aroha, by Waiheke’s Dr Hinemoa Elder has been recommended by Oprah’s Book Club as part of a new series on AppleTV+ called The Me You Can’t See. Oprah has joined forces with Prince Harry for the new docuseries to steer honest discussion about mental […]

  • Young Waiheke viticulturists make clean sweep of regional comp
    par Gulf News le 09/06/2021 à 9:17

    Waiheke winemaker Courtney Sang is the 2021 Corteva Northern Young Viticulturist of the Year.  Held at Goldie Estate on Thursday 3 June, the competition attracted eight contestants from the Auckland/Northern region and Courtney, assistant winemaker at Obsidian Wines, was announced the winner […]

  • Demand for emergency food hits all-time high
    par Gulf News le 09/06/2021 à 9:15

    It’s been a long time since Waiheke Budgeting Services has had a call from someone asking for advice on how to “budget better”. Instead, the sky-high cost of living on the island means the team is focused on supplying emergency food to those who need it. The need for this kind of […]

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