It's offical - awesome is still spelled 'osome' according to former heavyweight boxer David Tua.
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Waiheke residents are saying they've never seen so many paper wasps as this year.
One of New Zealand's most expensive places for fuel could be thrown a lifeline.
Auckland Council's new service advised beaches were polluted, but some still went in for a dip that would make them horribly sick.
New plans have surfaced after a 20-year wait for a new community swimming pool on Waiheke Island.
Great Barrier Island is calling for action after some residents lost phone services for four weeks.
Auckland Central MP says Waiheke and Gt Barrier should not be included in regional fuel tax plan.
A company owner is still waiting for council to fix drainage issues that closed his businesses a year ago.
A tree fell on a car, roads have been closed and power is off for many people on Waiheke Island.
Waiheke Island house prices have stopped rocketing upwards, with only a small rise in prices in the past year.
Waiheke Island's Inglorious Vegetable Soup Discos attract participants as diverse as the ingredients in the pot.
Many oppose plans to charge rates on private land protected for conservation,
Beer is relaxing, yoga is relaxing, so beer yoga is a match made in heaven, says Niamh O'Keeffe.
A rescued penguin that reluctantly chose freedom over love is back with his mate on Waiheke Island.
Around 1000 people hunted for designer treasures on Auckland's Waiheke Island at Easter.
The wonders of flight will be explored in activities at Waiheke Library in the April school holidays.
Pianist Cindy Tsao and violinist Joo Yeon Lee will join forces in a concert on Waiheke Island on April 22.
Auckland Transport has finally discovered a private company is occupying space needed for public parking on Waiheke Island.
Founder of the world's oldest dance crew Hip Op-eration Billie Jordan is breaking the stigma of dementia through dance.
Motoko Watanabe has wowed the selector of the national Small Sculpture Prize with a 'mysterious' work.
Rock lobster catch limits have been halved in the Hauraki Gulf, Bay of Plenty and Otago.
Weeks after a ravenous stoat was caught, another could be loose on an Auckland island.
Plans for a seawall at a Waiheke Island bay have been thrown open for public input.
A council blitz on illegally moored boats in a Waiheke Island bay is drawing mixed reactions.
A neighbour is threatening to close a walkway to a popular Waiheke Island beach after a council botch up.
A 20 kilometre charity swim from Waiheke Island to Auckland has raised $115,000.
Auckland Transport decisions on Waiheke Island are under fire.
A "racist" online rant on Waiheke Whinge has sparked a complaint to the Human Rights Commission
The commission recommends better communication, transparency and funding from Auckland Council.