Closed netball courts are the sign of big improvements for Lindvart Park.
A community stroke club is being set up in Kaikohe to support affected people and their families.
Racing pigeons is a peculiar hobby that can give you a “real buzz” say Far North enthusiasts.
Far North men will be chanting their anti-porn message at the Boobs on Bikes parade in Auckland.
A Far North man is collecting supermarket dominos for sick kids - and he wants your help.
Hundreds of students donned cultural dress and stomped out their best kapa haka at Kaikohe's annual cultural festival on September 17.
Children unleashed their creative streak at Oromahoe School's eighth annual art week.
Pippi is a proud mum after giving birth to four healthy lambs earlier this month.
Over 1000 children from Kaikohe and surrounds had free eye testing from September 7 to 11.
Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder is preventable - just don't consume alcohol while pregnant, experts warn.
Straying dogs are in danger of getting shot if they're found worrying stock.
A former Kaitaia man has been charged with tax fraud.
A small Kaikohe business is struggling to recover after being broken into for the fifth time in a year.
After two painful divorces a Far North man has developed a communication technique to heal national family violence problems.
Protesters are planning to reoccupy Kaitaia Airport "sometime soon", Ngati Kahu activists say.
Police say Kevin George Harding died of natural causes in his car on a Far North beach.
When young rascals tag the streets, one Kaikohe man dutifully removes it.
Ngati Kahu occupiers leave Kaitaia Airport after being trespassed.
Police speak to a 61-year-old woman after the body of a man was found in a car.
Three months on and Radio Tautoko have bounced back from the ashes and looking at building a new station.
Two Kaikohe kids took out the top young scientists prize for their project on protecting waterways in the Far North Science Fair.
Far North marae's are jumping on the recycling bandwagon with the help of an environmental initiative.
Almost 500 homes lost power after a car crash flattened a power pole in Okaihau.
Kohukohu and New York City might seem like two extremes. But for one Far North artist they're both home.
Chainsaw class isn't on every school's curriculum, but for kids around the Far North it can be.
Around 30 million possums inhabit New Zealand and, if they're without infection or poison, they can make a great free meal.
Two well-loved Far North churches have dubious futures as the The Anglican Diocese of Auckland discuss their sale.
Northland kapa haka teams work on their themes and performances to do Maoridom justice.
A Kaikohe teen has won back pay from a fast food giant by enforcing the new minimum hours clause in her contract.