A close encounter with a flying skip bin delivered a near-death experience to a Northland couple at the start of their honeymoon.
Local schoolgirl spins the vinyl as guest DJ.
A council decision on a children's playground for Maungaturoto is expected soon.
Efforts are being made to protect nesting fairy terns from the public and the elements.
Geared up to keeping motor business running in the family, Godfrey Motors sees ownership passed to son after 44 years.
Student demand for places in a hospitality academy at Dargaville High School is growing.
Gary Murdoch has given a half a century service as a fire brigade volunteer.
The sale of a host farm heralds the end of an era for a rural Kaipara golf club.
The restoration of a former Auckland tram could see it back riding the rails in Queen St.
Dargaville sports complex one step closer to reality.
Northland-born performer prepares for the performance of his life in Les Miserables.
A Black Fern and former Kaihu Valley Rugby Club player has been named Kaipara's Supreme Sportsperson of the Year.
Pristine Biologicals NZ has officially celebrated its new partnership with Dargaville Silver Fern Farms.
The installation of an electric car charging station in Kaiwaka adds to a growing network of juice up spots in Northland.
There will be no water skiing on a Kai Iwi lake until the director of Maritime NZ agrees to a temporary speed uplfting.
Silver Fern Farms and Indian based firm Pristine Biologicals are teaming up to create bovine vaccines.
A Dargaville rail cart tourist adventure is set to give life to a disused branch line.
As Auckland's property prices continues to soar, buyers eye the north for a more reasonable lifestyle at the right price.
Emerging artist Mark Graham has sold his first painting.
A Kaipara veteran mowed his own lawns and drove well into his ninth decade.
He talked about sexual positions, celebrities in a sexual way and told students he watched too much porn.
A new home is to be built for a needy Northland family through a Learning 2 Build partnership.
Specialist medical staff have been appointed to Dargaville Hospital.
Sixty-five-year-old hair stylist has been cutting hair for 50 years.
A woman and her dog are cycling the length of New Zealand to raise money for charity.
Turning swamp kauri into other items overseas is fueling demand for swamp kauri, an environment group claims.
Fishery officers in the past seven days caught two gatherers with many times more than the daily limit of 10 paua per person.
Library holiday programmes make children aware of their environment and the purpose of the creatures that live in them.
A sports event with a difference promises to deliver plenty of fun and mystery.
Standing in the lounge of their burned out property a week after a fire destroyed their Dargaville home, Bethne and Ken Smith find it hard to explain their emotions.