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  • Gallery open despite facelift
    par Gulf News le 22/05/2019 à 9:08

    The Waiheke Community Art Gallery on Korora Road is undergoing renovations to upgrade the entryway stairs, deck and ramp. The façade of the building is also being replaced although the gallery will remain open as per usual. The works are due for completion in mid-July, although gallery staff […]

  • Junior Rams dig deep to draw
    par Gulf News le 22/05/2019 à 9:06

    The Fullers 360 Rams Under 7s and Under 9s took to the field at The Causeway for another home game last Saturday. The games were played at the same time, with the Under 7s taking on a Mt Albert Lions unrestricted side, while the Under 9s played the Northcote Tigers. For the Under 7s, Kade The post […]

  • Waiheke tops homeless count charts
    par Gulf News le 22/05/2019 à 9:04

    The Waiheke Local Board area has the highest number of people living without shelter per capita according to the findings of Auckland’s first point-in-time homeless count.  The count took place across all local board areas excluding Great Barrier on 17 September 2018 and the results were […]

  • The Great Gulf News Trolley Derby to return in September after 16 years
    par Gulf News le 22/05/2019 à 9:02

    The Great Gulf News Trolley Derby makes a return this Father’s Day, Sunday 1 September. The race day is an opportunity for people to build their own trolleys and compete for bragging rights.  Former Gulf News editor David Waters was one of the initiators of the original 1989 Great Gulf […]

  • par Liz Waters le 22/05/2019 à 9:00

    In the hands of a skilled pest-controller, a tracking station tells an incredible story – an open book of the comings and goings of rats, mice, hedgehogs, insects, birds, even the occasional family pet. Attracted by a knob of peanut butter, the visitors to the one we have between neighbouring […]

  • Paying for our own hanging?
    par Liz Waters le 16/05/2019 à 12:22

    When, a few months ago, council officials took back the Little Oneroa Stream problem and started putting up digital signage to tell visitors how toxic that particularly treasured, jewel-green beach was, seasoned Waiheke citizens could have taken bets that it wouldn’t be long before the city […]

  • Bid to scale back Kennedy Point marina
    par Gulf News le 15/05/2019 à 11:47

    Marina developer Kennedy Point Boatharbour Limited (KPBL) has applied to Auckland Council to vary the conditions of its resource consent, slowing the start date for construction in the meantime. If approved, the variation will mean a smaller development at Kennedy Point.  In February, a senior […]

  • In the swim: A competitor’s report from the inner city carnival
    par Gulf News le 15/05/2019 à 11:45

    On Thursday 9 May Waiheke Primary School’s top year 5 / 6 swimmers went to the interschool swimming sports at AUT Millennium Stadium in North Shore.  The team was Bodie Vercoe, Lui Petronelli, Maia Moore, Tessa Ogilvie, Harper Wood and Zaria Te Rore.  The parent leaders were […]

  • Whittakers farewelled at music museum
    par Gulf News le 15/05/2019 à 11:17

    The last page has been turned in Lloyd and Joan Whittaker’s long Waiheke chapter. Last Saturday they left the island and the music museum they established in Oneroa 23 years ago for a retirement village in Auckland’s eastern suburbs. A few days before, on Thursday morning 9 May, friends […]

  • Future forest puts down roots
    par Gulf News le 15/05/2019 à 11:17

    A community planting day at Te Matuku Bay Esplanade Reserve was the latest step in a long-term project to restore forest around the wetland. “It was a massive effort by locals from around the island who headed out to the Te Matuku Bay site and planted 650 trees around a newly constructed […]

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