The Waitangi National Trust hope that this is one of the last Waitangi Days without the original treaty documents.
When they got the news they'd have to move they decided to make the most of it.
A recent widow wants to help others, and maybe himself, find love in their golden years.
Residents administered CPR after a logging truck crash.
Northland police have released the name of the man who drowned in Russell at the weekend.
Not every child suits the mainstream schooling system. That's why a group of teachers and parents are trying to start Northland's first Steiner primary school.
A man drowned while body surfing at Long Beach in Russell on Saturday afternoon.
Petty theft and destructive vandalism won't be accepted by one Far North shopping area.
The 12th Ngapuhi Festival is expected to draw crowds of over 40,000.
A bit of sparrow poo isn't enough to deter a Kerikeri woman from winging it with her new feathery friend.
Incapacitated from a stroke, Simon Willis sailed on for three weeks to the Caribbean.
Tattoos are under wraps at Kerikeri New World after the latest owners enforced a cover up policy.
Two keen Northland fishermen had the catch of their lives on Christmas Eve when they landed a monstrous 85.8kg tuna.
Western access has been restored to popular the popular tourist town of Paihia after a crash.
After 32 years of smooth operation the last log was lopped into pieces at the steam sawmill in Kerikeri.
His artwork always started with an idea.
Northland highway closed after a crash leaves one woman critically injured.
A police officer is recovering after being stabbed in Kaitaia on Monday night.
One clever Far North couple are doing what many dream of.
DEC 17 event Learning about the wonders of the deep, blue ocean is free and monthly for anyone interested.
Everybody loves a redemption story recently released career criminal Simon Kerr says.
Dragging her dead leg and bleeding, battered toes over the finish line was a victory for cerebral palsy survivor Monique Edwards.
462 good souls braved baldness to smash the Guinness World Record of most head shaves in an hour.
It's a busy life being a Diamond Diva.
The Far North's first street-food night market will be cooking up a storm in Paihia on December 4.
Sea Cleaners swept up five cubic meters of rubbish from the Bay of Islands on November 7.
A hulking 135ft yacht used for capturing critters at the bottom of the ocean opened its hatches to the public on November 5 at Opua Wharf.
New Zealand came home with colourful experiences, new friends and more cultural wisdom after attending the first World Indigenous Games in Brazil.
Fighting for suicide may seem like an oxymoron.
Fish might go hungry and kids bored if a resource consent is imposed on Russell Wharf.