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Former New Zealand women's rugby league team physiotherapist denied shot at Supreme Court appeal
Northland physio Skye Renes denied Supreme Court appeal against ACC fraud convictions.
'Had I not had my stroke, had I been on top of my game, that fire would not have been lit' - Semenoff
Former Mayor says illegal rubbish fire was not his doing
Crown says court must mark gravity of the offending and its duty to protect children
Court refuses discharge for Whangarei man who spoke indecently to a young house guest
'Intelligent' wahine with 'awesome sense of humour' celebrated for business success
He Puna Mārama CEO Raewyn Tipene is being celebrated for her business success.
Focus: Inflation hits 30-year high of 5.9 per cent
The new record inflation figures come as no shock to many, with rising housing, fuel and construction costs putting the pinch on even those with means. Video / NZ Herald
Business owner handing over the tools after 30 years
Respected outboard veteran relinquishes tools to capable hands.
Restaurateurs face fresh produce supply issue, forced to buy from supermarkets
Northland restaurant owners face knock-on effects of Covid with supply of fresh produce
Shane Reti: Can Elon Musk help our Pacific neighbours?
This is an offer to the Tongan community to tweet Elon Musk
Refinery reacts to Govt's impending sustainable biofuels mandate
Millions of tons of emissions expected to be cut with new biofuels mandate.
'Jacinda, I called 111 for our safety': Cafe owner's plea after death threats
An unvaccinated customer turned away from a Kawakawa cafe launched a campaign of abuse.
Cafe owner reduced to tears after homophobic abuse from anti-vaxxer
"I felt ashamed, I felt like I was 16 and coming out again ... all over a vaccine pass."
Warning rent rises in North could push families into poverty
Mixture of policy and market considerations pushing rents up in Northland.
Businesses call for split traffic light levels in Northland
Businesses want high-vax areas to go orange; BOI Music Fest still set to go ahead in Jan.
Michael Barnett: Change the things we can for the health and wellbeing of our kids
Our children are battling a storm of increasing mental health conditions.
Labour crisis: ANZ boss urges Govt to loosen immigration settings
PM won't commit to loosening immigration settings in response to plea from businesses.
Labour crisis: Sealord's SoS to office staff amid factory floor shortage
If fish aren't processed, there will be no office jobs.
'Confusing': Mixed reactions as life in the red starts
Whangārei hospitality staff say My Vaccine Pass system is much-needed but also confusing.
CEO of Refining NZ talks about the new import terminal
CEO of Refining NZ talks about the new import terminal. Video / Northern Advocate
In the red: Concern, confusion ahead of new traffic light system
Tai Tokerau Border Control slam the new traffic light system, prefers alert levels.
NZ media seek approval to negotiate payment from Facebook and Google
Local media companies make their move to bargain with tech giants.
Auckland, Northland businesses show high debt stress
Uncertainty is hampering small businesses as they try to operate under restrictions.
Have house prices hit their peak? New report reveals where they're heading
Rotorua and Waikato values indicate brakes being applied on prices as headwinds bite.
Northland Iwi buys construction company to aid housing development, trade training and education
Te Rarawa adds construction company to its portfolio.
Scared tourism operators and empty rooms: Northland businesses struggling to cope
Auckland's ongoing lockdown is starting to take a toll on frayed Northland businesses.
No jab, no job: Covid-19 vaccine refusal sacking upheld
Employment body upholds employer decision to terminate staff who refused Covid-19 vaccine.