Public welcome at school - but public shaming possible for those who vandalise.
One-time "sleepy hollow" takes road safety into own hands, but council says talks needed.
Aged care advocates say there's a shortage of dementia units in Northland.
Malcolm and Helen Shaft help keeping Urupukapuka and other islands pest free.
Dr David Wilson, former Northland Inc CEO, to focus on Northland's economic development.
Boaties launch meet-and-greet event in Town Basin this Saturday.
The council has voted to reverse its predecessor's decision and include a GMO policy.
Culham are now figuring out how to transport the steel structure from Port Rd to the Loop.
Yukon Dive continues to operate after marina trust threatens permission withdrawal.
Ministry of Health report reveals that Whangārei Hospital facilities require major revamp.
Room 2 students wrote letters to essential workers saying their thanks.
Move part of long-term plan to decentralise and a response to Covid-19 employment crisis.
Advocate for people with disabilities recommends contacting authorities.
NorthTec might cut Safe Trade courses, making about seven staff redundant.
Seven Northlanders have been recognised for their service to the community.
Tourism operators, hotels, campgrounds and museums open their doors over the long weekend.
The Hundertwasser Art Centre with Wairau Māori is set to open for Christmas 2021.
Tutukaka tourism operator upset after marina management puts levy up by over 500 per cent.
Northlanders out and about as country goes into level 2.
Dentists across the region are awaiting a backlog of patients.
At least 10 attended a blessing ceremony of Whangārei Hospital's new endoscopy suit.
The Mangawhai Activity Zone Trust needs $800,000 to complete its skate park.
No new Northland cases for 13 days; 22 have now recovered.
Once NZ moves to alert level 2, Muslims will be allowed back to the mosque.
The Ministry of Health also extended support for vulnerable rural general practices.
The Ministry of Health extended support for rural general practices.
Theatre extension project to resume as it could potentially increase ICU capacity.
Northland's total cases remain at 27 while two people die in Dunedin and Christchurch.
Several couples had to postpone their weddings while others went ahead anyway.
There are no new cases in Northland, keeping the total number at 27.
Community leaders react positively to the Government's decision.
The Ministry of Health confirms no new Northland case, keeping the tally at 27.
Edith and Neil McCaw are celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary on Thursday.
Hundertwasser project team still hopes to open the art centre mid next year.
A crash and the lockdown disrupted a Reinga-to-Bluff cycling fundraiser.
New Zealand had 331 test results coming back negative, five cases still confirmed.
Polly Thomas cycles the length of NZ in memory of her friend how died of breast cancer.
GPs and aged care providers are concerned that Covid-19 could bring on a staff shortage.
The resource consent is only applicable during water restrictions.
NRC will hand out venison jerky with a watermelon salsa at this year's Field Days.
Years 5-8 students from 25 Northland schools their engineering skills into practice.
Northland public health officials preparing response teams to deal with coronavirus.
Level 2 water restrictions have come into force yet some places can still use irrigation.
Northpower EPro8 Challenge kicks off this week with 70 Northland teams participating.
34 artists display various installations in NorthTec exhibition featuring whakatauki.
Whangārei District Council will start allocating money to new events within the district.
Ngunguru couple Ruby and Barry McKay are celebrating their 65th wedding anniversary.
Pio Terei visited The Warehouse in Whangārei on Saturday to read to kids.
A group of four heads out to the archipelago for 10 days at a time to eradicate weeds.
30 Good Bitches bake for Kind Hands, Women's Refuge and Age Concern.
Joblab will launch on February 3, bringing industry representatives into Whangārei CBD.
Not Another High School Musical! is a fun and emotional play by Whangārei locals.