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117 per cent hike in people wanting state houses in Northland in just one year.
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One Roof's guide to what's on the market in the Bay of Plenty.
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
Rangimarie Mako remembers the disappointment at Christmases of receiving few or no gifts.
It's hard to believe Charmaine Soljak used to get anxiety about speaking to the public.
Two paramedics taking the world by storm with a popular creation
There are school recipe fundraiser books and then there's the Hurupaki School style
NZ Herald Local Focus
Federated Farmers said a proposed capital gains tax was a "mangy dog".
Many people may be surprised at which species top the list.
Lulu L'Amour is now with a herd of horses and has a special friend in Cloud.
The Tax Working Group's hard nosed approach leaves the Govt scope to appear moderate.
Cyclone predicted to slide past the country but we're not out of the firing line yet.
The Workman Tankard fishing contest produced little results on the weekend.
Manline puts out a book for men providing useful contacts for mental health support.
NRC is examining wildling conifers to observe impacts in the Far North.
More local news
Unique country music event raises $4000 for Alzheimers Northland
He is happy with most of the proposed changes.
Water leak repair prompts reminder to report leak.
Cyclone watch: Heavy rain and wind are on the way for most of New Zealand this weekend.
Little minds are programmed based on the input they receive from those around them.
COMMENT: I'm thinking I might be on to a money-spinner with this banana lark.