Children bedecked with the war medals of grandparents and great-grandparents and a crowd that even the spacious Laurie Hall Park could not contain were among the defining features of this year's Anzac Commemoration in Whangarei.
The Associate Minister of Local Government Louise Upston has announced the commissioners appointed to the Kaipara District Council are to to stay for a further 12 months.
Diabetes shouldn't be suffered alone. Far North support groups are trying to connect more disease sufferers - young and old.
Retailers annoyed over agreement allowing beneficiaries to only purchase whiteware directly from Fisher and Paykel.
Lou Thompson is best known around Kaipara for being the oldest horseman still riding in the Northland Hunt but what some may not know is he served in World War 11.
Swimming Northland sent a team of 10 athletes to the 2015 NZ Open Championships in Henderson Auckland held April 14-17.
The people you know and the musicians you probably don't – that's the doctrine of Whangarei's newest community radio station, Beagle FM.
Hairdressing isn't traditionally associated with humanitarianism, but for Strand Salon owner Marilyn Fifield, it's about to be just that.
The control local councils have over the use of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in their districts is at stake in an Environment Court hearing in Whangarei this week.
Love Food Hate Waste provides healthy food tips to save cash
The Hokianga Bowling Club opened their doors the same year soldiers marched off to WWI.
One of the oldest men in the Far North says there is no secret to longevity.
Teen's dad tried desperately to save him after he became trapped under a quad bike in a "freak accident".
Northland residents in Kellys Bay call for the culling of oystercatchers after they come back to roost near houses.
A Dargaville practitioner is making it his mission to lower the staggering melanoma death rate.
At her worst she would endure three to four hours of constant involuntary movement, but now she's set to take to the skies.
Paula Bennett tells students anything is possible, but warns of the difficulties of having babies young.
Kerikeri man Tim Robinson completed the swim of his life when he finished the 40.2km Lake Taupo crossing.
A mystery man literally paid it forward at a supermarket when he covered one struggling mum's bill.
The first of two planned releases of saddleback saw 40 birds set free in the Bay of Islands.
Despite being "anti-war" one man voyages to Gallipoli to commemorate his father and to celebrate the kiwi spirit.