Playing in thick Northland heat, Kamo's second bowls team did well to take out the title.
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Ruakākā Beach was considered by the tournament organiser as the best he had seen.
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Kaipara's Jack Beaven, along with Rhys Jones, racked up 180 runs for the second wicket.
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Ruakākā local Roger Hall has been surfing together with his dog Taz for nearly two years.
After a semifinal finish in 2019, the Kamo Hawks have disbanded to form two teams.
Northland inching closer to a drought declaration with no rain in sight.
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Eric Laakmann didn't want to risk saving for retirement, then living his dreams
Maurice Brisard relaxes on board his 50-ft aluminium sloop Karmocha
Twenty years ago, a heavily pregnant Susan, and her husband Martin, sailed into Whangarei.
Northland's Vic Subritzky-Nafatali describes herself as a 'bit of a bully' as a kid
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Tears streamed down Mona Hanekom's face as she stared at the images of herself.
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Foveran Deer Park's 37th annual elite sire stag attracted "a good gallery of buyers".
For more than 30 years, their legacy has helped local students.
Late seasonal conditions are creating a few headaches for North Canterbury farmers.
Not many buyers but prices good at Longlands Station store lamb sale in Maniototo.
New roads likely to go ahead $12 billion announcement - but not holiday highway.
Yields are about half the normal size due to poor weather conditions.
New pilot workshop to focus on farmers dealing with financial pressure.
"I shouldn't be selling it ...family farms are the backbone of New Zealand".
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An inquiry into a large landfill fire in Whangārei has begun amid fears it could reignite.
Under the harsh Northland sun, volleyball players from all over the globe played hard.
The fire reportedly broke out around 2.30pm in the Puwera, Whangarei area.
Coroner Brandt Shortland appointed one of three judges for Northland.
Steep terrain and the isolated location were challenges of battling the Cape Reinga fire.
Shannon Taylor has always wanted to be a teacher - now she is.
Queues of people line up to get "latest and greatest masks to protect themselves".
Possible Whangārei mill closure - government needs to intervene in timber industry: union.