Dickson Hohaia came all the way from South Taranaki to bag the winning snapper.
Far North council consulting on four big plans, looking ahead up to 80 years, all at once.
Sailing veterans say sport needs to seize chance to get more youth, girls, Māori on board.
Fan zones across Northland erupt as Kiwi boat crushes Italian rival 7-3.
Ahipara's Richard Tepania bagged day one's $2000 heaviest fish prize with a 6.555kg catch.
The 'toughest two minutes in sport' puts firefighters' skill and strength to the test.
Joe and Shirley Reti say recent progress in fixing their flood-damaged home is "awesome".
NZ's biggest surfcasting contest kicks off today on Ninety Mile Beach with 1000 anglers.
Show explores environmental themes such as the kauri dieback afflicting Waipoua Forest.
The cause of a fire that has burnt 56ha of scrub and native bush is under investigation.
Outcry in Russell follows similar controversy over sprayed native trees in Waimate North.
Ex-minister Jones says the roundabout will improve daily lives but baulks at $24.5m cost.
BNZ says most customers banking online but Grey Power worries elderly will be left behind.
A second flood has hit Northland. This time it's government cash that's pouring in.
$14.2m to strengthen Northland roads, $12.5m for "shovel-ready" flood prevention projects.
Whangārei, Paihia residents urge to skip shower, bath, dishes and even flushing tonight
Ōkaihau brigade is also getting funding to the tune of $700,000 for a station extension.
Four people owe their lives to rescuers' skill, bravery.
Utukura River, where 100kg+ of waste was found, drains Lake Ōmāpere, flowing to Hokianga.
Bearded giant Louis Toorenburg is one of New Zealand's top puzzlers.
Licensees agree to share information about troublemakers after post-Covid spike in fights.
Historic aquifer level errors and Covid-19 among reasons for delayed hearings.
Seven Northlanders have been recognised for their service to the community.
Family reunions, haircuts and a caffeine fix – it was a big day for Northland in level 2.
Northlanders out and about as country goes into level 2.
The end of level 4 doesn't mean an end to the ban on unnecessary travel.
The two women were lucky to have jobs but faced spending four weeks alone in lockdown.
Northland MP Matt King declines Hone Harawira's invitation to join checkpoint for a day.
Biggest winner of lockdown likely to be little blue penguin because of drop in boat noise.
Pair tried to keep their lockdown efforts quiet but have been outed by grateful cop.
About 150 groups working Northland-wide to protect kiwi by trapping invasive pests.
Goal is to make sure the elderly don't have to leave home, even to go to the supermarket.
Iwi boss says no one has complained to rūnanga to back up checkpoint intimidation claims.
Vehicle was on wrong side of road when it hit woman's parked car.
Matt King, MP and ex-cop urges police to "uphold the law".
The lockdown might be tough on humans but it's a boon for New Zealand birds.
They came here to see NZ's natural wonders. Instead all they're seeing is their dorms.
Checkpoint set up as deterrent to people considering non-essential travel, Jay Hepi says.
Northlanders leading the way in lockdown's 'stay home, stay safe' mantra.
Vandalised Rural Connectivity Group cellphone site may have been mistaken for 5G tower.
CCTV footage of messy theft shows loo on its side as burglar flees scene near Matauri Bay