Northland's swim team came away from the 2015 national age group champs in Wellington with a swag of medals.
A Whangarei man is in custody after allegedly firing a military style rifle at a Fonterra dairy site.
A vibrant mural is part of a wider plan to brighten up Tikipunga High School with student art.
A multi-agency investigation is under way into large-scale shellfish deaths at the coastal location of Ngunguru.
Boxing is about more than just landing a punch. Local legend Rusty Porter is one to know. Reporter Sarah Harris gets in the ring with the Kaeo knockout.
Some of the world's best young footballers have had their first taste of kapa haka.
Miriama Reihana is a familiar face in Otangarei and ready to pounce on any woman who isn't up todate with her mammograms.
The number of liqour outlets, their location, density and the hours they can be open will be subject to a new policy due to be released by the Whangarei District Council.
The use of gross domestic product (GDP) as a measure of progress for Whangarei is being questioned by a group with a special interest in sustainability.
One Far North town is showing off their creative streak to brighten up empty shops.
Kaikohe Volunteer Fire Brigade smashed 1103 steps, 51 floors with 25 kgs of kit to raise $18,000 for leukaemia & blood cancer.
A man who would "take his shirt off his back for anybody" drowned when he drove off a bridge into flood water.
Rising from the flames, Northland's first iwi radio station is back in action after being burnt to the ground.
A book which raises questions about the early discovery of the southern seas.
Dargaville High School's urban cross-country
Everybody's Reading Room is a play based on true events of war-time Dargaville
Michelle Bennett shaves her locks for hospice.
Three bloated kiwi were found dead and ravaged in two days last month.
After a savage attack on their pup Far North residents are calling for dog owners to be more responsible.
$60,000 worth of stolen copper piping has delayed the reopening of the Countdown supermarket in Paihia until at least mid June.
A Scottish sailor on an isolated peninsula is seeking a long-lost friend in the Far North.