Young people were drunk and fighting when police were called to a school after-ball function.
If anyone is thinking books are history they better think again.
The community trust set up protect the kauri forests in the Waipoua area alleges NZTA contractors are destroying endangered plants through mismanagement
With the deft stroke of a small foot Bradley Greenwood helped his team to victory at the Taekwondo world championships in Italy.
Ordinary-looking NCEA results can obscure extraordinary progress.
An abandoned house in Northland has been burnt to the ground in a suspicious blaze
The words sweat it, move it, live it, stop it became the mantra at Pompallier Catholic College recently as the school ran its inaugural Challenge Week.
During times of devastation and destruction sometimes the positive things that arise can be the most touching.
Police are investigating a fire at Tikipunga High School.
New Zealand’s team for the first World Indigenous Games in Brazil is predominantly made up Maori from the Far North.
The future of Kaikohe Intermediate School is being shaped by the community.
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.
It's taken five years for a new ambulance station to be built in Mangawhai
A SFO investigation into the Far North District Council finds failures to follow internal processes, but no criminal activity.
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.
Woolly nightshade can be worse than gorse. And one Opua resident is keen to see the Far North District Council do something about it.
Descendants of Irish settlers are celebrating the 150th anniversary of their ancestors arriving in the Bay of Islands.
The towering tiers of Cleopatra and a softly carved flamingo have won one Far North baker two top prizes.
A scheme to identify Far North houses and streets can't come fast enough for emergency services.