Peria School is a place for tree climbers, snail hunters and citrus growers to explore.
Lacey was one of the worst animal cruelty cases in the Far North but now has a loving home thanks to Purina Pound Pups TV show.
Victims, ex-abusers and supporters stomped down the street to say sexual abuse is not ok.
Traditional Maori weaving is worth learning says a famous Far North artist. Weaving is a harmony between natural objects. It’s a relationship with the gifts of the land.
The winter blues are being chased away with Tai Tokerau's first ever film and literature festival.
Kids will get to kick and push it every which way with an expanding unicycling in schools programme.
The Far North needs to take good care of their men says Movember spokesperson.
A victim of sexual abuse and perpetrator of domestic violence is calling the community together to rally against sexual violence.
With leaky holes in the roof, rotten floor and foundations, flakey paint, mouldy rooms, no smoke alarm and a stove switch that shoots sparks Dean Walker has got a rotten deal.
A social enterprise is calling for lost youth.
Ordinary-looking NCEA results can obscure extraordinary progress.
New Zealand’s team for the first World Indigenous Games in Brazil is predominantly made up Maori from the Far North.
The future of Kaikohe Intermediate School is being shaped by the community.
Freezing your butt off, sleeping on the ground and living off oats isn't everyone's cup of tea. But for those into bushcraft it can be the ultimate holiday.
Kapahaka and tikanga workshops, a literature and film festival, choir, short film, sculpture exhibition, school workshops and photography exhibition are some of the activities funded for the Far North.
A Kaitaia teen is working hard for an upcoming international crossfit competition held in America.
Kaikohe celebrated their hardworking firefighters at their annual honours awards this month.
A spate of petty break ins on a much-loved community project are sad and disappointing.
A Kaitaia church has been damaged from a suspicious fire in the early hours this morning.
Northland College will turn over a new leaf with a $15 million rebuild and a board of trustees.
Far North conservation advocate for Forest and Bird Dean Baigent-Mercer is calling for an immediate moratorium on all swamp kauri mining and an investigation into the Ministry of Primary Industries and Customs.
Far North students took out three of the top five positions in a Te Reo Maori speech competition.
Clean up your act is the call from Far North charities sick of receiving "soul destroying" junk.
Over a hundred skaters kicked and pushed it to the 2015 Hype Skate Competition.
From living in Africa's slums to touring the Far North - life has changed dramatically for Paul Omondi.
Seeing sick kids smile on a fishing trip is the purpose of a new Far North charity.
A sensory pathway for special needs kids and a sustainable orchard are some of the Far North projects to receive funding from an annual competition.
The Local Government Commission has ditched the idea of creating a single Northland authority to replace the existing four councils.
Armed intruders "fired" an unloaded shotgun at a bar worker's head twice during a robbery in Kerikeri, Northland.