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How meeting the rapper Savage is to benefit kids in Whangarei Hospital
At age 45 a Whangarei nurse discovered a lump and her own breast cancer journey began.
Sam Minckley casually reminded husband Dean she was getting a lump checked on her breast
Guys and gals, children and dogs – it's almost time to dig out your pink attire.
Jess and Zak Olsen's wedding was never going to be a small affair
Finding himself draped over the top of the cubicle in the women's toilets...
With the gentle arrival of spring, the wedding season warms up
The 2018 Dargaville Wearable Arts extravaganza is set to bring art to life
The Awards were designed to encourage all Northlanders of all ages
Have you ever sold lemonade from your front yard?
One of the most common things I hear is that people lack motivation to get what they want
There is no denying that everyone becomes instantly happier when spring rolls around
NZ Herald Local Focus
Conservation comment ... looking at important environmental issues of the day.
The Mitavite Springston Trophy provided a good opportunity for juniors to gain experience.
The hunt is on for a Kiwi delegate to represent NZ at Youth Ag Summit in Brazil next year.
Nathan McRae has no regrets about eventually choosing a career in the dairy industry.
COMMENT: The conversation around agricultural emissions is in for a major shake-up.
The Otago Field Days are being held today and Saturday at the Palmerston saleyards.
Taranaki checkpoint uncovers illegal haul of pāua, the majority of which were undersized.
Phil Duncan, Steven Cranston, Shane McManaway, Don Nicolson and Andy Thompson.
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Coming up - a fund-raising forest adventure, exploring the Brynderwyn hills and forest.
Students learn the North has a wealth of career prospects in the primary industries
The dark, gory images boards were painted in a studio near Kamo.
Wet weather is expected in Northland this weekend.