Neil Burden’s legacy - Caring for the Cape (Part 2 of 2)
Next generation takes over at Burdens Camp and gannets business; bulldozers replace pick axes to clear the Cape, a love of classic...
Neil Burden’s legacy - Caring for the Cape (Part 1 of 2)
Neil Burden has been committed to the health and safety of locals and the local environment for decades, and still at 86-years retains...
Bobbing boat trailers at Clifton
“There were plenty of chipped hulls, dunged props and even rudders, occasional injuries and a whole lot of wet bums. There had to be a...
Shaken & Stirred - locals recall 1931 earthquake
“The noise and clouds of dust rising from the cliffs was apocalyptic. His father held onto him as they swayed drunkenly as if on a boat. Tre
Clifton Beach survives challenges Iconic camp and marine club
Clifton Beach, tucked under Cape Kidnappers on the southern side of the vast sweep of Hawke’s Bay, is on the watery doorstep of a world clas