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Far North residents ask what happens in emergency without AM transmitter
Locals say they're worried about not receiving emergency messages
'I felt like I'd failed as a parent': Mum speaks out about traumatic births
Monique Cross says she was repeatedly dismissed by health professionals.
'It's not feasible for other operators to open' says Kerikeri Aged Care director
The aged care sector crisis bubbles on, despite pleas to government for change.
Children aged as young as 12 and 13 allegedly addicted to vaping
Calls for action on school-aged children vaping.
Series of cultural gateways unveiled as part of wider Te Hiku beautification project
New cultural gateways for Ahiparapara and Kaitaia
Partly cloudy.Northerlies developing this afternoon.
Mostly cloudy with the odd shower. Northerlies.
Cloudy, with occasional rain. Strong or gale northerlies.
Fed-up Kaitaia residents call for action to stop illegal driving in parks
Illegal driving in Far North parks leaves residents at wit's end
The Far North Deputy Mayor has announced her intention to run for the top job
Far North deputy mayor says her experience is what the district needs right now
Kaitāia and Kerikeri water supplies ordered to fluoridate by June 2024
Kaitaia and Kerikeri receive fluoridation orders from Ministry of Health
Dog theft likely 'easy money for heartless thieves' says owner
Woman said police needed photo evidence to approach a house where her stolen dog was seen.
Dangerous section remains unfenced following $3.1 redevelopment project
A fall in Mangōnui raises questions about why a section of the seawall remains unfenced.
Teen killer jailed: Man's search for friendship ends in 'pain and dying alone'
Judge says life imprisonment appropriate for teen who killed mate in brutal knife attack.
Creek tragedy: Teen dies after being found unconscious by parent
A teenager has died after an apparent drowning in Northland.
Dover Samuels says Māori wards a good thing for everyone
Dover Samuels reflects on more than 50 years serving in local and central government.
One Far North family's progress away from recycling
Choices made at the store can make a big difference to the environment, a mum finds.
From Kaitaia Market busker to top US music scholar
Katie Trigg set to start two-year scholarship at Curtis Institute of Music
Why kiwifruit earnings won't be so juicy this year
Fruit loss significantly above forecast, and returns heading south of June predictions.