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  • Kauaroa Bay homestead could go to make way for luxury lodge
    par Gulf News le 19/02/2020 à 8:08

    The American billionaire owner of a Waiheke property has applied for consent to build a luxury lodge at Kauaroa Bay and intends to demolish or remove the existing homestead. In July 2018 Waiaua Bay Farm Limited received clearance from the Overseas Investment Office to buy the 34ha property at 341 […]

  • Ponui flexes at annual athletics day
    par Gulf News le 19/02/2020 à 8:06

    Waiheke High’s sports field was a riot of colour and adrenalin on Friday as the school’s houses faced off for their annual athletics day. Dressed in yellow, red, gold and blue, the students competed under scorching sun conditions, with house Ponui taking the ultimate prize. Sports […]

  • Gutted: Fire destroys kauri art site
    par Gulf News le 19/02/2020 à 8:04

    Kauri sculptor John Freeman says he is lucky the fire that engulfed his Little Oneroa property on Sunday didn’t spread to nearby Goodwin Reserve.  Hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of kauri art was destroyed in the blaze at Goodwin Avenue, pieces not covered by insurance. Five fire […]

  • Pots and plans: Josh Emett’s Oyster Inn takeover
    par Gulf News le 19/02/2020 à 8:02

    Josh Emett is bringing his Michelin star status to the table at Oyster Inn after taking over the iconic venue. The Oneroa restaurant and hotel, which looks set for expansion, will be the MasterChef judge’s first solely owned restaurant in New Zealand. Josh and wife Helen Cranage have spent […]

  • Getting over tourism
    par Liz Waters le 19/02/2020 à 8:00

    This is the time in every golden summer when we again hail the sight of familiar faces in the street and bond in shared pain over the holiday excesses.  This year (again) it’s been the  motley of buses—from the greasy diesel in the faded livery of the Howick and Eastern route […]

  • The plot thickens for the Ostenders
    par Gulf News le 12/02/2020 à 9:04

    The burning question of ‘Who killed Barry?’ remains one of several hot topics amongst the Ostenders as episode three on Tuesday delved even deeper into the secrets and hidden truths of the quirky cast of characters. The disappearance of Dr Father McFather has grown even more mysterious […]

  • Swell time for surf sports
    par Gulf News le 12/02/2020 à 9:02

    More than 90 young people donned their surf caps and fluoro vests on Saturday for Waiheke Surf Club’s first beach event, with capture the flag, kneeboarding and sea swim races just some of the activities on offer. The island’s newly trained teen lifeguards turned out in their yellow and […]

  • School lunch activist joins Obama Future Leaders programme
    par Gulf News le 12/02/2020 à 9:00

    Waiheke resident Clarissa Mackay has been selected as one of 200 Asia Pacific leaders in the Obama Future Leaders programme. Clarissa is chief executive of non-government organisation Eat Right Be Bright, and is focused on making a difference to child poverty in New Zealand by having school lunches […]

  • A day of Te Ao Māori at Piritahi Marae
    par Gulf News le 12/02/2020 à 8:58

    Piritahi Hau Ora team produced another memorable Waitangi Day of manaakitanga at Piritahi marae in Blackpool on 6 February. Over 400 people took part in the welcoming pōwhiri, and after a cup of tea to complete the process, they enjoyed rousing kapa haka performances from Piritahi Child Care, […]

  • Ostenders soap cleans up at Artworks
    par Gulf News le 04/02/2020 à 8:08

    Considering the sell-out first show of Waiheke’s first soap opera Ostenders, it’s more than likely that a few other suburbs may get a workover from the deft improv group Quip! Word is that a successful run of five episodes would trigger the chance to let the soap-suds bubble up in other […]

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