The Government's move to increase its cap on the number of overseas workers in horticulture is welcomed by some but questioned by others.
A new-look Northland College Farm is set to turn its first profit in five years.
An adult female Northland brown kiwi was caught in a leghold trap near Waipapa.
No exercises have been held in Northland to train police in the skills they would need if a refugee boat arrived in Northland waters.
Oil giant Statoil says it will not begin exploration in 2014 but will proceed with preliminary work.
The Kaikohe farmer whose quad bike was stolen this month was stunned when Blue Wing Honda and Mid North Honda decided to surprise her with a new bike to replace her missing farm vehicle.
Competing events and a static number of entries have combined to kill off the Northern Crossing coast-to-coast multisport challenge.
The Kaikohe Hotel is coming down piece by piece.
Petersen Motors at Kaikohe suffered its first break-in in 30 years.
The opening of a curtain bank is set to improve the health of low income households in Northland.
A new proposal has identified two areas in the Bay of Islands as potential no-take marine reserves.
Arthur Beren was one of about 60 babies left behind in the Cook Islands by American servicemen during World War II.
Festivals and fun days are the main recipients of community grants in the Far North.
Kelvin Davis learned he had a new job along with the rest of the country on the 6pm news, on the day that Labour MP Shane Jones announced his resignation from Parliament.
Pupils from Kaeo Primary visited Matauri Bay to see what kind of sea life lived in their home patch.
Shane Jones's replacement learned he had a new job at the same time as the rest of New Zealand.
The Funky North played a set at an event delivering information about the Kaikohe Youth Action Plan to the community.
A Northland mother of eight has been sentenced for starving a dog to death.
A by-election will be held to fill a vacancy in the North Cape subdivision of Te Hiku Community Board.
A photograph of a New Zealand World War I Medical Corps soldier is just one of several mysterious faces in the Kemp House collection.
Are our classrooms becoming overcrowded?