Mangamuka farmer Trish Rankin is encouraging dairy farmers to enter the 2017 Northland Dairy Industry Awards.
DOC can't afford it, but a foreign billionaire might. So will the public be shut off from Elliot Bay?
Oil giant Statoil signals retreat from Northland exploration.
Seven marathons in seven days will be completed by Northland community leaders to raise awareness for sexual violence.
The majority of Northland's junior doctors will strike over long shift work.
Max the Jack Russell Terrier vanished for a week - then came home dyed a different colour.
Northland's talented writers celebrate a growing interest in New Zealand Literature.
The Far North Mayoralty has been retained by John Carter with a convincing lead over his rival, Peter Gill.
Proposed law changes on owning and keeping dangerous dogs could result in some breeds being wiped out.
A new team is set to embark on remote Raoul Island. Two DOC rangers share their experiences.
The Kerikeri Open Art Trail is getting nearer and is always popular with art-lovers.
She weighs only 46kg, but this tiny Northland nana can lift three times her body weight.
Northland's tourism already on the rise as peak season begins.
at least 10 kiwi killed by dogs or traps this year in the Far North.
An education centre is planned for the Kai Iwi Lakes as part of a key initiative to broaden the appeal of the lakes.
A Rawene-born film festival director is bringing her short film event to the Far North.
Two robberies in four months have caused BP petrol station owner Gurpreet Bains to be worried every night.
Jevon Halvorson, 19, was a promising rugby player. He died when a ute veered off SH1 and hit a tree.
Dogs are officially allowed on the popular Twin Coast Cycle Trail thanks to a council bylaw.
A man has drowned after a van plunged into a river in Northland.
Coastguard Bay of Islands were chuffed to be awarded Rescue of the Year at the recent Coastguard Northern Region Awards of Excellence.
Students and teachers from Okaihau College are refocusing on the next set of examinations after a controversial exam recently.
Police search team has recovered a body from bush in Kaitaia.
Kaikohe local Alicia Tomuri was shocked to find out she was the winner of a brand new car from her local supermarket.
Northland paralympians feature strongly at Rio.
Despite short supply, the Northland housing market remains active.
Close to 200 members of hapu and iwi from throughout Tai Tokerau marched onto Puhipuhi Mountain recently in protest of toxic mining.
Thousands of Northlanders have benefitted from green programme.
Warfare declared on wild ginger.
Social media is a friend to country women and their families dealing with the downside of isolation.