Far North woman Denise Mariu has two very different careers - beauty therapist and soldier.
A charity van used to help people get to work has been used in a theft in the Bay of Islands.
Football team in Kerikeri aims to finish in the top three.
Kerikeri friends have launched Love Kerikeri, a movement they hope will inspire the community.
A charity helping youngsters entering foster care has received a $15,000 boost.
Rory Rudolph may be the shortest in his team but he isn't letting that get in the way of his basketball dreams.
A popular tourist route in the Bay of Islands will reopen by the end of April.
Wahine survivor Brian Papesch recounts his part in saving a young baby.
A Kerikeri director will bring his World War I drama to NZ for the first time.
Noelene and Don Starr are being remembered for being "community stalwarts" for Kerikeri.
The Kerikeri High School jazz band have won big at the National Jazz Festival.
The Warehouse Kaikohe's landlord says he's been painted as the bad guy.
Māori voters have the chance to change which electoral roll they want to be on.
Rob Hansen's man cave is a homage to rugby, racing and beer - and a space for the whole family.
Kerikeri artist Gaz Jarman has combined reggae and art in a commissioned piece featuring 10 music legends.
Kerikeri High School principal Elizabeth Forgie says she was "humbled and honoured" by the award.
A bird carer in Russell is looking after her third blue penguin since January.
Kerikeri students claimed two records from the Northland Secondary Schools Athletics Championships - including one which stood for 20 years.
Northern Regional Football League will be played for the first time in Kerikeri on March 30.
The famous dog races at Opua Primary School fundraising regatta have been canned due to "one size fits all" health and safety rules that aren't sitting well with Far North residents.
Storytelling, costumes, puppet making, music and more will feature in the first Nga Purapura festival in Kaeo.
Kawakawa farmer Daniel Bradbury has triumphed in the Northern FMG Young Farmer of the Year competition.
Owen Kingi's life changed forever when he was hit by a tree while logging in Kaeo in 2011.
Four more projects in Northland are set to get another funding boost from the Government's $3 billion provincial growth fund.
Kerikeri woman Deidre Shand says her epilepsy has controlled her life and she wants nothing more than to have a job.
A debut novel set in the Bay of Islands has been shortlisted to at this year's Ockham New Zealand Book Awards.
The site of Kerikeri's new wastewater treatment plant has been officially blessed.
The Northland Regional Council and a local skipper says this summer has been the worst for jet ski nuisance in the Bay of Islands.
Marcus Bax fatally slit an elderly farmer's throat in a killing with an "element of vigilantism".
Northland residents should get set to foot the bill for better water quality, pest control and flood infrastructure work.