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November 7, 2019

Derek van Asch was a local legend; a do it yourself, number 8 wire inventor, founding member of the Haumoana fire brigade, pioneering pea cropper for Jim Wattie, keen photographer and film maker. Derek once owned 100 acres of land from the massive old gum tree at the...

October 7, 2019

Despite having a mountain, a county, a beach, streets and so much more named after him, Captain James Cook, remains a polarising personality 250 years after he first sailed into Aotearoa with the HMS Endeavour crew. Cook is usually applauded for his navigational and m...

August 6, 2019

George and Catherine Glenny from Old Croft, Carlisle, Scotland acquired a 716 acre (290 ha) sheep farm on the slopes of Te Awanga in 1927, naming it Wilton after the village of Wilton Dene near Hawick Scotland where Catherine was born. The “easy contoured, rolling cou...

June 20, 2019

His passion for Morris Minors, initially handed down from family members, turned into a classic collection of British cars that soon outgrew its original Te Awanga showroom to overfill an old kiwifruit packhouse in East Rd, Haumoana.

June 13, 2019

“If you want to do something for your community or neighbourhood, then keep yourself well-informed and have your two cents' worth,” Joan Scott, on retiring from the Haumoana Residents and Ratepayers Association.

May 21, 2019

The Cape Coast Arts & Heritage Trust is holding a Fundraising Dinner & Charity Auction on Thursday 23rd May 2017, and is extremely grateful to our wonderful Hawke's Bay wineries who have so generously donated the following for auction at the event.

Elephant Hill - T...

May 2, 2019

The Cape Coast Arts & Heritage Trust is holding a Fundraising Dinner & Charity Auction on Thursday 23rd May 2017, and the following artworks are being presented for auction at the event.

Annabel Sinclair-Thomson, owner of Paper-Works Gallery, 268 Clifton Road, Te Aw...

April 16, 2019

Access to Te Awanga was by metal road until it was finally sealed in the late 1930s with metal provided from a large quarry near the present day entrance to Cape Kidnappers Farm and golf course. The first tarseal surface went only as far as Vidals (Clearview Winery)...