Award winning Waiheke Island photographer Emma Hughes' exhibition 'Laugh' opens at her studio gallery on June 2.
Waiheke Island Piritahi Marae is expecting up to 2000 visitors to the opening of its fully dressed meeting house.
How do you solve a problem like Maria?
It's time to hunker down for an evening of sea shanties at Rocky Bay Hall on June 4.
Take a tour of 35 Waiheke Island artists' studios over Queen's Birthday weekend.
Waiheke Island firefighters salute their fire chief for nearly five decades of service by giving him a VIP experience he'll never forget.
A real estate agency on Waiheke is helping raise funds for breast cancer sufferers and their families.
Waiheke recreational fisherman Shane Wilson has been named King of the Bay by the island's branch of Rotary.
Children on Waiheke Island are being offered advice through Rotary to treat strange dogs with caution.
A community project on Waiheke Island is planting for the future - one fruit tree at a time.
Sculptors, painters, jewellers and ceramicists are just some of the artists getting ready for the Waiheke Winter Arts' Festival.
Former All Black Marc Ellis labelled "arrogant" by neighbour who tore down his driveway.
Months of preparation mean Brian McKibbin is fit and ready to walk the Camino Frances to raise money for sick Waiheke kids.
Some great wins and a few tests challenge Waiheke Island AFC players. Click here for this week's reports.
One young actor from Waiheke is relishing the opportunity to perform at a top Auckland theatre.
Plans are being made to subdivide one third of a huge north facing block on Waiheke Island.
McKenzie Reserve volunteers have been weathering criticisms of neglect after years of hard work.
Homeowners in Auckland are set to get off lightly this year with a much smaller rates rise.
Waiheke Choral Society's Andy Spence has his work cut out as director of The Sound of Music.
Crews helped a young girl who fell through a glass window, and two women injured in a quad bike accident.
"Just being able to get paid to walk some of these places and see them and help protect them is a privilege."
Explore marketing manager William Goodfellow faces Waiheke residents to explain why ferry service is being axed.
Profits from the May 6 Kavanna Jade Trust fundraiser at Artworks Theatre will help pay for Kavanna's eductation.
A woman will be forced to live on the streets after her rental home was deemed unsafe.
New planned legislation could stop a Waiheke group's seccession proposal dead in its tracks.
Shakespeare expert Ray Aucott is brimming with enthusiasm over his new project - an adaptation of Twelfth Night.
Public meeting planned to look at ways of preventing Fullers' monopoly on ferry route after Explore axes service.
Explore Group dumps crossings to Waiheke as a result of falling passenger numbers.
Couple came home to find someone had taken extreme measures to get a night's peace and quiet.
Rescue helicopter called for man who fired nail gun into own hand.