A new initiative is aiming to guide at risk children through education to reach their potential.
The lack of emergency housing available in Whangarei has the Citizens Advice Bureau worried.
A Halberg Sports Day on the Tutukaka Coast has introduced water sports to physically disabled Northlanders.
Increased pressure on the Whangarei Salvation Army throughout the year has depleted its Christmas stockpile.
Maps show areas of central Whangarei are less than a metre above the average high tide mark.
Bean family Christmas photos will look different this year, but all for a good cause.
A Google programme touring the world stopped in at a Whangarei high school to showcase its virtual reality teaching tours.
An army of moustache wielding staff members are appearing at a Whangarei supermarket this month.
The 2015 Northland Sports Awards finalists have been announced, with 28 sports codes nominating 127 finalists.
Instep dancers came away with a haul of medals at the national Ballroom and Latin American championships.
The Northland Regional Council is to consider investigating potential adverse environmental effects at an old mine site in Northland.
Housing New Zealand is leading the fight against the growing social concern of P contamination in homes.
Whangarei's mayor and deputy mayor have signed the White Ribbon pledge to end violence against women.
A new entrance and a small entry fee are two changes a new building brings to the gardens.
A camera and light are helping to reduce incidents of fly tipping at one notorious Onerahi site.
Whangarei RSA president says more than expected turned out for armistice day commemorations.
Police are appealing to the public not to leave donated goods outside North Haven Hospice’s Whangarei shop during weekends.
Forty athletes between the ages of 7-21 competed in a range of disability specific sports.
Almost 5000 Northland students are sitting NCEA exams from November 6 to December 4.
Northland secondary school students have been recognised for their sporting endeavours.
Two cases involving Whangarei residents made the SPCA List of Shame, with another case in Kaitaia making it three from Northland.
Keith Dickens says he has enjoyed his time at Kamo High School and is sad to be leaving.
Residents welcome the initiative but say they will keep fighting to have the entire route sealed.
Whangarei Theatre Company's latest production Little Shop of Horrors opens on Friday the 13th.
The impressive CV of doctor Matt Marshall has been recognised as he steps down as patron of Sport Northland.
The Whangarei District local alcohol policy is a step closer to being brought into force.
Woman who went missing in Northland bush has been found.
Tongan man "cruelly" ran over woman at high speed- twice.
The Whangarei calf club's annual central day was held at Barge Park Showgrounds on November 5.
Teenage thrash metal band Alien Weaponry are "set to take the heavy metal world by storm".