Dargaville & Districts
MP Mike Sabin wants Office of the Auditor General to negotiate a settlement with Kaipara Council out of court.
Northland dairy farmers may soon find they need to apply for resource consents to take water for stock.
Kaipara District Council is taking action against Audit New Zealand over botched wastewater scheme.
Words couldn't express how grateful Rotu farmers Debbie and Mark Woodcock were when a truck-load of hay bales was delivered to their flood-ravaged farm just north of Dargaville last week.
Learn How To Live Cheaper in Dargaville is a Facebook page featuring recipes, recycling tips, and ideas on how to make money stretch that little bit further.
Faeces and mud have been smeared over the outside walls of the Northern Wairoa Club during the worst case of vandalism members have ever seen.
The floodwaters have receded but some Kaipara residents still face the huge mess left behind.
Official crash statistics for two notorious one-way bridges near Matakohe are wrong and delaying roading improvements, Northland MP Mike Sabin says.
Making the decision to resolve Te Kopuru's bowling club was a tough one for the remaining committee members of a once thriving and still much-loved facility.
America's Cup action is calling Alister Herald over to San Francisco for a second time.
A High Court judge has ruled the Kaipara District Council breached the Local Government Act when it built and then expanded a wastewater sewerage system at Mangawhai, increasing the $35.6 million cost to almost $58m without public consultation.
A team of national and international scientists working to unravel the secrets of pre-historic kauri in Northland hope to have its findings published by Christmas.
Vern Stevens, principal, Selwyn Park Primary School, shares what he loves about Dargaville.
Car enthusiast "Gaz" Whiter scooped up his fourth D1NZ drifting championship title at Auckland's Mt Smart Stadium.
The practice of extracting kauri from peat swamps has made headlines, with talk of illegal digging and multimillion-dollar exports.
Being named after a famous New Zealand netball player gives Temepara Bristow an extra ounce of determination to one day become a Silver Fern.
Dozens of duck carcasses are found dumped in Kaihu River just days into duck shooting season.
Oystercatchers have arrived at Kelly's Bay for winter, but there is fear their long stay could pose health risks for residents.
The Waipoua Forest was home to around 100 happy campers taking part in the New Zealand Juggling Festival over Easter Weekend.
Christmas parades at Ruawai may be a thing of the past.
Are our classrooms becoming overcrowded?