A number of sculptures were vandalised at the opening weekend of the headland Sculpture on the Gulf exhibit.
One Waiheke local board member has re-introduced the subject of self-governance for Waiheke Island.
Giant dandelions made from recycled steel are towering over Matiatia Bay.
Police seek further information after arresting a man on Waiheke Island for offensive behaviour.
Sculpture on the Gulf is less than a month away and managing it is proving to be a mammoth task.
Six-week defence forces camp bans phones and tv and inspires teen to be a navy galley chef.
A Waiheke woman has grown her flock of doves into a budding new business venture of the romantic kind.
Being on 24-hour call means you can't plan anything on Christmas Day, including a social drink.
As housing affordability lessens there is concern Waiheke Island will lose young families, tradesmen and essential workers.
Hopes for a pool on Waiheke stay alive with a school rebuild providing an opportunity to make the dream a reality.
Infamous prison escapee to be reunited with his own artwork and a drawing by a machine-gun killer.
Those wanting to stock up their booze for Christmas can count out Waiheke Countdown in early December.
A 2.6 magnitude earthquake was felt by some residents on Waiheke Island this morning.
Kavanna Jade, 15, has been granted one of the items on her bucket list by Make a Wish - to go on holiday to the Gold Coast.
A fall while on holiday left Eileen Courtney-Marshall fighting to save her leg from a flesh-eating bug.
A shortage of long-term Waiheke rentals is forcing families to look for new accommodation regularly as tourism grows.
Opponents of a 160-berth marina at Matiatia on Waiheke Island hope it can be turned down or scaled back.
Firefighters had to carry Stephen Fisher off Waiheke when he collapsed. 2 years on, he's 101kg lighter and barely recognisable.
Islands in the Hauraki Gulf, including Waiheke, have some of the lowest capital valuation rises for homes.
High hopes of a decision soon on a proposed 160-berth marina on Waiheke and both sides are quietly confident.
"Creative" man who died in Waiheke Island boat fire is farewelled at memorial service.
A karakia for David Hargreaves Brady set the scene on Waiheke Island as the boat he died in was removed.
Technical issues prevented a new Waiheke ferry service from launching at the weekend.
A special magnum of wine is going under the hammer to raise money for the island's hospice.
For the first time in a decade two companies will run ferries between Waiheke and Downtown Auckland.
Bones found on Waiheke Island have been identified as pre-European.
A series of white wooden crosses will be erected in Ostend to pay homage to residents in the armed forces who died during World War I or later on Waiheke.
National ban commercial fishing from parts of Marlborough Sounds and Hauraki Gulf, but workers may get compensation.
A night of wine, live music and a "highly unusual" art auction is happening in a bid to block Matiatia's proposed marina.
There's concern a new two-storey house being built in Ostend will affect the area's character.
Residents are being asked to don togs to help the fight against prostate cancer.
Rui Farrant may play rugby for Waiheke's under 10 Sharks team but his long-term goal is a Wallabies jersey.
Veteran sculptors will be joined by some new faces in the 2015 Headland Sculpture on the Gulf exhibition.
Waiheke Island's call for a swimming pool has been heard but it will not be treated as a high priority.
Former Waiheke Island police officer Damon Neal is a contestant on this year's season of The Block NZ.
Unwanted cats dumped near Whakanewha Regional Park on Waiheke Island are threatening wildlife.
A Waiheke Island man is walking more than 1500km across NZ in an effort to lose weight.
Friends, family and police gathered at Waiheke Island's Piritahi Marae to honour senior constable Clint Vallender.
Sir Bob Harvey and Andrew Fagan were among attendees at the relaunch of the book South Sea Vagabonds.
Two teens full of ideas are involved in a project to make Waiheke more exciting for young people.
Teen who injured his neck in a rugby game was airlifted to hospital but still made it to the school ball.
Organisers of a fundraiser for sick teenager Kavanna Jade hope it will allow her to continue using a brand new medicine and pay for ongoing medical costs.
The final dawn of Matariki heralded a significant gift from the people of the land back to the community.
The new Waiheke library is officially open for business after ceremonies attended by hundreds on Saturday.
Hinemoa Elder grew up knowing just a handful of Maori words but is now a strong advocate for te reo Maori.
When Maikara Ropata was little she only spoke English. In the 1960s, that changed.
Chess enthusiast Barry Woods is off to The Dark Horse premiere after a surprise invite from a former chess student.
A Waiheke shuttle operator's bid to get his conviction for disorderly behaviour overturned has failed.
The lighting of an old pine tree at dusk will mark 60 years of mains power in Onetangi on Waiheke Island.
Imogen Johnston initially wanted to be a chiropractor and never thought she'd end up looking down the mouths of horses instead.
Are our classrooms becoming overcrowded?