The low attendance rate of a rural high school has its leaders worried.
An angry rural community feels not enough is being done over keeping toilets open in a partly overgrown domain.
A first time principal of a rural school hopes to follow in his grandfather's foot steps
Recruiting woes leads to hospital staffing changes
Three months on and Radio Tautoko have bounced back from the ashes and looking at building a new station.
A Whangarei Primary school is getting 10 new classrooms as part of a $6.5 million project at the school.
Hair stylist Daniel Matene is heading to the US to take on the world's best.
Four organisations joined forces to get a new jetty built on Riverside Dr in Whangarei
Trevor Vaile is this month's "official" Good Sorts Cake recipient
Two Kaikohe kids took out the top young scientists prize for their project on protecting waterways in the Far North Science Fair.
Far North marae's are jumping on the recycling bandwagon with the help of an environmental initiative.
Almost 500 homes lost power after a car crash flattened a power pole in Okaihau.
Kohukohu and New York City might seem like two extremes. But for one Far North artist they're both home.
Relief for a female dairy owner after police arrest the men suspected of robbing her at gunpoint
A near trophy sized trout caught in a Northland lake is a sign of an improved habitat
Daffodil Day is a reminder to most people about ones they know who have won or lost their battles with cancer
A mother has nothing but praise for voluntary supporters and medical professionals as her baby faces a long health struggle.
Four Kerikeri photographers have snapped up big prizes at the national photographers competition in August.
Mid North Hospice is calling for quirky collectables, amazing artworks and vintage antiques for its annual fundraising auction.
Far North schools share their best science and technology projects at the regional science fair.
Kerikeri cooks take home gold from a national culinary competition.