A couple who ditched creature comforts to live at sea are planning a TV series "like Grand Designs for boats".
More people are tapping into the sunny north's power by "going solar", but is it the solid investment they say it is?
Michael Patrick Griffin, 56, was killed by a severe blunt force to the head in an unprovoked attack at his house.
A 50-year-old man will appear in court tomorrow for a kidnapping in Whangarei last month.
A logging truck has crashed and rolled near Whangarei trapping a person inside.
Doctor Vicky Bruce-Miller has rowed Cook Strait, smashing the current record and raising nearly $3000 for a patient.
A councillor has spoken out candidly about his smoking addiction in an attempt to get a Smokefree 2025 vision taken seriously.
Despite 18 hospital admissions in two years, 10-year-old Katie Reed remains positive in the face of illness.
A man who had been dating his boss' daughter was found to be unjustifiably fired from his job.
The brother of a Northland woman who was killed by her partner is stepping up as the region's first White Ribbon ambassador.
Taggers are taking to the streets of Whangarei and causing a headache for the council with their nozzle-happy ways.
Police arrest man who led a high-speed car chase through Whangarei with a child in his car.
Boy's heartache over his mum's death is made worse by loss of a puppy - his last gift from her.
A family is being torn apart in its bid to give a 6-year-old medicinal cannabis.
More than 400 offenders are quietly righting their wrongs in the Whangarei community.
It's not everyday one of the country's leading scientists, inventors and entrepreneurs comes to town.
A Whangarei institution is in danger of being consigned to history.
Mylie George, 36, chief executive Vintage Mafia, communications and event contractor.
Age Concern's Abuse and Neglect Prevention services receive more than 2000 referrals each year, but the organisation's local social worker says the abuse looks different to how many people imagine.
Stephen Clarke has spent his life living in Whangarei and reckons the beaches are hard to beat.
Are our classrooms becoming overcrowded?