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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
A backpackers' innocent social media post looking for local work has turned nasty.
Growing tropical fruit could be another cropping opportunity for NZ horticulturalists.
The [Ruapehu summit] is spectacular terrain but also spectacularly perilous - Derek Schulz
Wyndham sheep and beef farmer Matt McRae took out the title in Milton on Saturday.
The sun shone brightly at the inaugural Cheers to Beers and Wine Festival in Oamaru.
Proposed changes to lease hold property in the South Island concern farmers.
Julian Raine, Phil Duncan, Natalie Lindsay,Nikki Brown,Peter Nation, Graeme Smith,Te Radar
The Otago A&P Show brought out the crowds this summer.
More local news
Online petition requesting expanded vaccination now before Parliamentary select committee.
A family home with self-contained flat, character home and a rural property are our picks.
Hapu confirms the closure of Mermaid Pools in Matapouri
Work on the Hundertwasser Art Centre project is continuing.
A local hapū intends to place a rāhui over the area, work with local groups to restore it.
Ambassador programme lauded as number of complaints drop.
The student bought a rose for every year 11 student.
An "orange tint" could be present in the sky for west coasters today.