The Crown wants a man who bound and robbed elderly women jailed indefinitely.
A SFO investigation into the Far North District Council finds failures to follow internal processes, but no criminal activity.
A scheme to identify Far North houses and streets can't come fast enough for emergency services.
Freezing your butt off, sleeping on the ground and living off oats isn't everyone's cup of tea. But for those into bushcraft it can be the ultimate holiday.
Kapahaka and tikanga workshops, a literature and film festival, choir, short film, sculpture exhibition, school workshops and photography exhibition are some of the activities funded for the Far North.
Shmuel Rothbard was just a child when World War II started.
Volunteering Whangarei's job just got a lot bigger.
Should New Zealand's flag be changed?
Nearly 80 vaccine-preventable diseases have been reported for infants in the last year in Northland
A Kaitaia teen is working hard for an upcoming international crossfit competition held in America.
Kaikohe celebrated their hardworking firefighters at their annual honours awards this month.
A spate of petty break ins on a much-loved community project are sad and disappointing.
A Kaitaia church has been damaged from a suspicious fire in the early hours this morning.
A Kiwi engineer's electric diesel trucks are transforming the commercial vehicle market saving billions of litres of fuel among other benefits.
Swamp kauri logs sold under the guise of artwork are "a crude exercise in deception", says Northland MP Winston Peters.
Crafts people are invited to take up their knitting needles, find some spare yarn and create twiddle muffs for the rest homes.
Unpaid account leaves both rally organisers and council dissatisfied.
Birdmen will be reaching for the stars, propelled by an extra large kitty of $2000.
Gypsy Apple Luck was wondering what to make her son for Christmas last year. She settled on crocheted organs.
Clever ideas to improve the Stone Store Basin can be put into action.
Sleeping in a car with four kids, two turtles and being pregnant was enough for a Far North woman. Then her daughter was run over.