Dargaville Primary School is thrilled to be hosting the New Zealand Spirit of Gold Collection featuring portraits of New Zealand's high profile paralympians.
Dargaville Museum custodians say the park the museum is located in has become a hot spot for snogging and boozing and other unsavoury and sometimes disruptive behaviour.
For the love of speed, a Dargaville man has put his pedal to the metal.
A woman had a lucky escape after her car was hit by a logging truck in Dargaville.
A new website offers a fascinating history about the people of the Kaihu Valley in the Kaipara District.
An historic hospital named after slaughtered war hero Edith Cavell is on the the market in Northland.
Rabbit will be the wild food treat offered to Northland Field Days visitors in March.
Kaipara's beach-goers were in safe hands throughout the festive season
Northland's only Save the Children shop is closing as part of a nationwide closure of the charity's retail outlets.
Community gardens across the Kaipara distribute more than just food.
A Dargaville firefighter has set his sights on the top of the Sky Tower.
Tahu-Potiki Taituha, 5, died just 100m from home after being run over by a milk tanker.
Eight fire engines and two helicopters have been sent to the fire, which is burning on DOC land.
Northland's Kai iwi lakes are often described by experts as the crown jewels of dune lakes.
A young French tourist is in New Zealand seeking her family links to the wreck of the L'Alcmene.
A donated car will provide more time on the roads for learner drivers.
Bowl Jam promises tricks, skids and big air at Mangawhai's Activity Zone.
A centenarian "petrol head" is searching for his past, much-loved racing car.
Firefighters are investigating six Northland bush fires they believe were deliberately lit.
Lewis Nichols of Dargaville has been awarded the Whangarei Agricultural & Pastoral Society's agricultural scholarship.
Kaipara teachers deliver on pledge to shave their heads for cancer research and support.
Retailers in Dargaville fared well in the boom-time of Christmas shopping.
Interested parties are urged to make their opinions known on a new draft plan for the future of the Kai Iwi Lakes.
Recent celebrations marking 50 years of New Zealand music awards hold special memories for one Northland musician.
Powerboats could be banned from the Kai Iwi Lakes near Dargaville by 2018.
Thanks to an anonymous donation lifeguards will be on patrol at Baylys Beach over the peak season holiday.
A long standing family business is closing the doors after more than 60 years of travel service.
Dargaville now has a rapid electric vehicle charging station.
A Dargaville couple will help Vanuatu farmers strengthen their industry.
Another milestone for veteran Dargaville fire service volunteer.