Author: Chris

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We were sad to hear of the passing of Harry Nicklin, accomplished Waiheke musician and a great friend of Waiheke Radio. While music was his passion Harry was also a signwriter and he painted the large wooden sign of our logo when Waiheke Radio first launched. Harry played music with many on the island, most […]

Waiheke Radio’s new studio will be officially opened on Sat 4th June with a community open day and ribbon cutting ceremony and we’d love it if you came along. We’ve spent much of this year developing ‘The White House’ at 4 Korora Rd, formerly a one bedroom residence, into a functioning radio station. The open […]

Waiheke Radio’s new studio will be officially opened on Sat 4th June with a community open day and ribbon cutting ceremony and we’d love it if you came along. We’ve spent much of this year developing ‘The White House’ at 4 Korora Rd, formerly a one bedroom residence, into a functioning radio station. The open […]

 At last a chance to hear from Chris Addison as he takes us through the many aspects of civilization with some strange twists! Sunday 9pm 

Waiheke Radio has moved. We are now in our new home at The White House at 4 Korora Rd (across the carpark from Whittakers Music Museum). The  station was successful in gaining a lease on the council owned Artworks property late last year. Since then volunteers have spent hundreds of hours turning what was a […]

Join Ads at the Funktion every Wednesday night for Soul Jazz and Funk. Tonights special guest – Nairobi Trios Richard Adams chatting about the Waiheke Jazz festival this Easter and what is currently on his CD player!    

Tsunami warning cancelled: According to scientifc advice, no further tsunami threat exists for New Zealand coastlines as a result of the earthquake described below. Nonetheless minor fluctuations in sea level may continue for up to 48 hours and caution is advised on beaches and in marine environments.

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February 24, 2011

  Yes Sunday Feb 27th has us back in the company of Alan Partridge that quirky some may say inept, chat show host for an evening of Knowing Me Knowing You. Sunday night 9pm 

Two Waiheke women are lucky to be alive, narrowly escaping their home moments before it slid to destruction on Onetangi Beach. The iconic Waiheke bach, dating to the 1920s, was completely destroyed when the hill it was situated on slipped during a 120mm rain storm. The women were awoken when a retaining wall above the […]


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