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.
After half a century of fighting flames and saving lives Paihia Fire Brigade celebrated a milestone last month.
Alternative living is what Far North environmentalists do best.
Hundreds of people are set to muck in for a Far North pig hunt.
While donating hearing aids to children his homebase and truck was stolen and ruined.
Students are heartbroken about fatal and serious vehicle crashes in Moerewa.
Lacey was one of the worst animal cruelty cases in the Far North but now has a loving home thanks to Purina Pound Pups TV show.
The Far North family whose loved one died while trapped in a crashed ambulance say St John aren't to blame.
The 30th Bay of Islands Jazz and Blues Festival will rock seven venues with rhythm from August 7 to 9.
Believing you can win is the key to knocking out the world championships says a young Far North boxer.
A yummy little boy is drawing pictures for people in need.
A day spent watching scary movies full of gore, haunting scenes and ominous music? Oh, the horror!
A little shop has landed a top spot in a big competition.
Kerikeri is about to get a whole lot safer.
With a candy-coloured hairstyle one Far North hairdresser knocked a regional hair competition on the head.
Plans are firming up for a long-awaited expansion of Kerikeri's sewerage network.
A world-class mountain bike park is on track to completion in the Far North.
A disorientated woman was rescued after crashing her car 100 metres down a bank, on a different state highway than the one she thought she was on.
Ultimate Frisbee is taking one Far North girl around the world to throw with the best.
With the deft stroke of a small foot Bradley Greenwood helped his team to victory at the Taekwondo world championships in Italy.
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.
An abandoned house in Northland has been burnt to the ground in a suspicious blaze
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.
Birdmen will be reaching for the stars, propelled by an extra large kitty of $2000.
Gypsy Apple Luck was wondering what to make her son for Christmas last year. She settled on crocheted organs.