Northland

Kaikohe team takes on Coast to Coast

Frank Haimona, Kona-Ariki Hippolite, Marea Timoko during their 1700km trek to Greymouth.

A Kaikohe team is completing 1700km on bikes before attemping the 234km Coast to Coast event.

Kids at sea pizza delivery raises $100 for kiwi protection

A unique pizza delivery service.

Two of Whangarei's newest residents fundraised to help protect kiwi as they waited out bad weather on a yacht bound for NZ.

Council plans to settle some dust

An estimated 80 truck movements a day on Wright Rd create clouds of dust like this one.

Whangarei District Council outlines its latest plan for the notoriously dusty rural roads in Pipiwai.

Water theft costs business in Kerikeri

Water has been sparse in Northland, prompting thefts from water tanks.

A Kerikeri business owner is warning others to lock up access to water supplies after tanks were filled from their property.

'Bullying animals for entertainment'

A Northland rodeo left animal cruelty group SAFE outraged.

A video taken at a Whangarei rodeo is set to be investigated.

Whangarei Leader

Junior doctor strike action impact kept to minimum in Northland

The numbers of people attending the Whangarei Emergency Department was below average over the recent strike period.

The three day strike action by junior doctors delayed 40 surgical operations at Whangarei Hospital and also caused the postponement of approximately 250 outpatients appointments.

Friends shift to competitive drifting

Scott Dinsdale, Liam Burke and Martyn Davies are competing in the D1NZ Pro-Sport competition.

"I'd rather do this in a competition that be a nuisance on the street."

Three injured in Northland crash

Emergency crews from Ruakaka rushed to the scene.

One person is in a serious condition after car ploughed into a ditch near Ruakaka, Northland.

Drought looms for Northland

These cows are already feeling the dry conditions.

Farmers take remedial action as conditions continue to deteriorate.

Northern News

Easter trading laws mooted

Jennifer Lowe, a part owner of The Rusty Tractor Cafe in Kerikeri, hopes there will be no Easter Sunday trade restrictions.

Easter Sunday trade restrictions are up for discussion with Far North District Council asking for submissions on the issue.

Drought looms for Northland

These cows are already feeling the dry conditions.

Farmers take remedial action as conditions continue to deteriorate.

Pa Wars re-ignites in Kaikohe

The Ahi Ka Collective who are organising Pa Wars 2017, at Lindvart Park in Kaikohe.

20 years after the first edition of Pa Wars, it is returning to the Mid North.

Dry spell sparks water restrictions

These cows on a farm near Kerikeri are feeling the dry conditions.

With little rainfall since November, Far North residents face restrictions in order to save water,

Dargaville & Districts

Three people saved from boat

The Coastguard and rescue crews responded to the stricken boat off the coast of Dargaville.

A rescue team saved three people on broken down boat off the coast of Dargaville.

'Crack down on reckless boaties'

Mourners gather at the joint funeral of Sunia "Junior" Ungo'unga and his cousin Alipate Manumu'a at the Otara Tongan ...

OPINION: The joint funeral of two cousins drowned on the Kaipara Bar is a cold reminder of the pain caused to those left behind, especially their seven children.

Kiwi wins coveted car scholarship

University of Auckland student Andrew McLaren has won the first international internship offered by UK supercar maker ...

Auckland student wins first international internship offered by UK supercar maker McLaren Automotive.

Brethren crash: Not guilty plea

Sadie Stewart, 16, James Wearmouth, 18, and Susanna Stewart, 48, died on June 6.

Three Exclusive Brethren members died in the crash. A man charged with causing the death has pleaded not guilty.

Bay Chronicle

Easter trading laws mooted

Jennifer Lowe, a part owner of The Rusty Tractor Cafe in Kerikeri, hopes there will be no Easter Sunday trade restrictions.

Easter Sunday trade restrictions are up for discussion with Far North District Council asking for submissions on the issue.

Drought looms for Northland

These cows are already feeling the dry conditions.

Farmers take remedial action as conditions continue to deteriorate.

Japanese performance cars raise mental health awareness

Kerikeri's Aimee Upson in her Toyota Supra RZ (S2) which will form part of the mental health awareness drive from ...

Kerikeri's Aimee Upson is using her love of Japanese performance vehicles to raise awareness for mental health.

Dry spell sparks water restrictions

These cows on a farm near Kerikeri are feeling the dry conditions.

With little rainfall since November, Far North residents face restrictions in order to save water,

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