Hoani Edwards stands in front of his bench Photos: JC Photography NZ By Bonnie Jansen, Te Rito journalism cadet
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Dolphins stranded on Waiheke Island; two dead
Image credit: Facebook / Prepper Kiwi A mass stranding of nine dolphins has happened on Waiheke Island today, in which two have reportedly died.
Ngāti Paoa take legal action against Waiheke Island's Pūtiki Bay marina
Photo / File Ngāti Paoa is to take legal action in an effort to stop the construction of a marina at Waiheke Island's Pūtiki Bay.
Pūtiki protesters decamp as police check Alert Level 4 'breach'
Concerns in relation to potential breaches of Alert Level 4 conditions have resulted in the removal of protester tents and equipment on Waiheke Island's Pūtiki Bay on Saturday afternoon.
Protestors push through Auckland's wild weather
Hundreds took part in the hīkoi against the Pūtiki Bay marina development.
Dramatic scuffle as police try to eject Waiheke marina occupiers
Police can be seen trying to remove the occupiers from the developments.
Waiheke residents against new Kennedy Point Marina
Ngāti Pāoa Trust Board opposes the marina, and maintains they were not appropriately consulted.
Two-year rāhui on Waiheke Island to help kaimoana replenish
A rāhui will restrict the public and commercial fishing from accessing kaimoana around Waiheke Island.
Rehearing of proposed marina plan on Waiheke Island stopped
A commercial marina is expected to go ahead after a court case trying to stop it failed.
Food sovereignty within the Gulf Islands
Protect Aotea has teamed up with Te Āta Farms (Waiheke Island) and Whenua Warrior (Ihumātao) to look at ways of providing food sovereignty in a post COVID-19 climate. "Changing our communities to be more resilient in a post COVID world will not be a passive undertaking. If you want to help us on our little mission we welcome anyone to make contact."