$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.
When vulnerable foster children are picked up from dangerous homes they often only have the clothes on their backs.
An athletics club with a difference is starting up in the Bay of Islands.
Big-hearted Northland residents are lending a hand to help fundraising efforts in earthquake ravaged Nepal.
Far North iwi are taking their stop Statoil message all the way to Norway.
Audiences roared with laughter, gasped in awe and rose to their feet in a standing ovation for the Far North Upsurge arts festival last month.
For six nights, Dawa Sherpa and his family huddled together in a flimsy tent in an open field.
A Northland woman discovers some precious war treasures hidden in the trash at the local dump.
Cole Bulkeley managed to sell 140 kilograms of feijoas so that he could donate half of his hard earned cash to Vanuatu.
Forty years ago Jim Broadbent got the dog that changed his life. He tells reporter Sarah Harris about the perfect hunting dog.
A proposed $150 million development on Paihia's waterfront is sure to make waves.
Diabetes shouldn't be suffered alone. Far North support groups are trying to connect more disease sufferers - young and old.
Kerikeri man Tim Robinson completed the swim of his life when he finished the 40.2km Lake Taupo crossing.
A mystery man literally paid it forward at a supermarket when he covered one struggling mum's bill.
The first of two planned releases of saddleback saw 40 birds set free in the Bay of Islands.
Despite being "anti-war" one man voyages to Gallipoli to commemorate his father and to celebrate the kiwi spirit.
Grant McLellan has yet to hear word from his wife and children who are staying in Vanuatu.
Calls for an after hours medical service are renewed after a man was locked out of the Bay of Islands Hospital in agony.
Northland has emerged from the aftermath of Cyclone Pam unscathed.
A slow-moving landslide is threatening three homes in the Bay of Islands.
Some of the first wine grapes to be picked this year hail from a micro-vineyard in the Far North.
Missing woman Leeann Ailini Scott has presents all wrapped up waiting for her return.
He may not have a car, but that won't stop Big Mike from getting you home safely.