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The last installation of WaiTalks 2015: Event 4 РLand. Taking place outdoors in a beautiful garden setting on 8 November. Our whenua is what gives us a sense of place. Share in the exploration of Land through the minds of seven local speakers. JAMES SAMUEL

Kristina Paterson talked to a volunteer from Homegrown Waiheke, Waiheke’s Youth Council rep Mata Roche, Robyn Wilson from WICOSS, Garry Bell from Waiheke Health trust and Di Stodart from Waiheke Library. Download podcast¬†(right click, save as)

Jan Scott talks to Mike from the Waiheke Resources Trust about their Sustainability Festival, Lynn Humphrey from Waiheke Rotary, Brian Griffiths about Twilight Rambles and Lloyd Whittaker from Whittaker’s Music Museum Download podcast (right click, save as)

Chris Walker talks to Di Stoddart from Waiheke Library, Dorte Wray abou tthe upcoming Sustainability Festival and Opinionated Islanders Alan Knight and Alex Stone Download podcast (right click, save as)

Island Life is our weekly magazine show focusing on Waiheke people events and issues. On Sat 19th June 2010 Shirin Brown talked to: Janine Clarkin from the Waiheke Community Art Gallery, Community board candidate Ewen Sutherland, Peronal economic independence course facilitators Andrew and Millie Watkins, Fiona Gregory from Waiheke Toy Library Download podcast

Island Life is our weekly magazine show focusing on Waiheke people events and issues. Island Life is sponsored by Island, stockist of Waiheke’s largest range of local craft, clothing and giftware. On Saturday 3 April 2010 Chris Walker talked to: Rebecca Armstrong from Waiheke Coastguard, Rosalie Hennagen from Waiheke Library, Opinionated Islanders Alan Knight and […]

Island Life is our weekly magazine show focusing on Waiheke people, events and issues. Island Life is broadcast every Saturday from 10am – noon with the kind support of Placemakers. Last Saturday Dione talked to: Di Stoddard from Waiheke Library Sue Green from adult shop Island Fantasy Craig Brown, who is teaching a course on […]


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