Business

Public urged to have say on Hammerhead

Around 50 people came to the first public meeting held by Panuku Development Auckland about the Hammerhead in Gulf Harbour. Further meetings are being held next week. Panuku is proposing, on behalf of Auckland Council to do a deal with the lessee of...... Read More

Council approves Orewa Service Centre sale

Auckland Council voted yesterday to sell seven of its sites, including the Orewa Service Centre in Centreway Road. The process has moved exceptionally fast, after it was first revealed in Hibiscus Matters’ March 1 edition – at that time...... Read More

RSA to sell bigger site

A decision made by members recently has taken the Hibiscus Coast Community RSA down a slightly different path in an attempt to secure its future viability. The club is struggling to survive and has considered a number of options, including selling...... Read More

Development site back on the market

These consented plans – or a completely new proposition – may be on the cards for this site in northern Orewa. The site of a proposed retirement village in northern Orewa is back on the market, after its owner, Coastal Properties, obtained...... Read More

Major boost for Coast transport projects

The Hibiscus Coast stands to gain from around a billion dollars of investment in transport-related infrastructure over the next decade, which Cr John Watson says makes this area a major beneficiary of the recent Auckland Council and central government...... Read More

Ferry ticket office review

Fullers is considering closing its ferry ticket office at Gulf Harbour, although a final decision is yet to be made. The ticket office is mainly used by people travelling to Tiritiri Matangi Island. Fullers Group chief executive Mike Horne says there...... Read More

Service centre decision

Auckland Council will make a decision about the sale of the Orewa Service Centre and other properties at a meeting this week, on Tuesday, May 15. The potential sale of the local service centre, at 50 Centreway Road, Orewa, was first made public in...... Read More

Introducing: It’s Organic Darling

Lesley Dobson’s newly launched business, marketing organic products, all started with the name. The Arkles Bay mother of two and health professional has always had an interest in organics and when her children were young, she became even more...... Read More

College invests in solar power

A large bank of 150 solar panels was installed on a roof at Whangaparaoa College over the recent school holidays and the college is confident that the significant investment in this technology will pay off. The panels cost $95,000, which came from...... Read More

Free dental day for carers

Lumino practices in Red Beach and Orewa were among 32 practices that opened their doors on May 5 for the annual community day in which Lumino The Dentists provide free dental care for a deserving group of people. This year the company teamed up for...... Read More