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Three Whangarei women are representing NZ in the Multisport World Championships
It was love at first site for Mel John and Gary Pepperell
Amanda Ashby sure knows how to make an entrance
She'd just finished high school in Germany and was on a work holiday in 2006...
Far North couple David and Phillipa Senior reflect on 43 years' marriage
catering for Whangarei's homeless and disenfranchised two days a week
Reducing & minimising waste by reusing old products is the key concept behind The ReMakery
Exploring the Bay of Islands needn't be costly
The beautiful Whangarei Heads, right on our back doorstep.
Two and a half years ago, Emily Davidson and her boys were like ships in the night
Every Saturday before dawn, locals flock to the Whangarei Grower's Market
We asked Northland identities to share their favourite Christmas memories
NZ Herald Local Focus
Researchers identified several produce traceability issues, which they intended to address
Te Radar, Jeff Latch, Anna Yates, Winston Peters, James Shaw.
Comment: Ro reflects on how the humble gumboot can represent rural highs and lows.
Couple run farm and also supervise four young people on a residency training programme.
Environmental Aotearoa 2019 report welcomed by Bay of Plenty Regional Council
Committee delighted that interest in the awards continued to grow.
Lobby groups need to learn that not all science is good, and not all science is relevant.
Comment: Public scrutiny of the use of agrichemicals in New Zealand is growing.
More local news
The Government has rejected a proposed capital gains tax.
Magical creatures descended on the gardens for one special day.
The incident came after officers were allegedly seen drinking from a baton-shaped glass.
The Wonky Donkey man is heading to Paihia and Kerikeri for three shows later this month.
Kevin Griffiths' painting is being used on an international greeting card range.
Whangārei man charged over home-made bomb and firearms stash in court
Cheeka the chicken was a well-loved member of the Tatai family for three years.
A proposal on the alternative site will be presented to the council next month.
Losing five points for not pushing a button - is that fair?
The principal performed CPR after a child accidentally buried himself in a sandpit.
Paihia township might look pretty, but its sewage treatment plant is anything but.
Dave Culham Drive will be closed from 9am-3pm.