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When Geoff Crawford started trapping for pests on his farms, he was catching 70 possums a week. Now he's lucky if he gets seven...and the community have jumped on board too. Audio
Rachel pays homage to one of her adored ancestors, Matiretoha, in a waiata composed by Troy & Huia Kingi, before taking to the mic and performing her original love song, I te Pō. Video
Coalition negotiations and damage inflicted by extreme weather have forced a change in National's long-standing roading priorities for Northland.
Waka Kotahi is considering delaying a planned closure of State Highway 1 over the Brynderwyn Hills for slip repairs following an outcry from Northland businesses.
The new government is "deeply committed to lowering smoking rates in New Zealand", the prime minister says. Audio
A plan to repeal parts of the smokefree legislation is anti-health, Northland emergency doctors say in a letter to Health Minister Dr Shane Reti. Audio
Prime Minister Christopher Luxon says he was not trying to mislead the public when claiming Labour's smokefree laws would see just one store in Northland selling tobacco.
Climate change work in Northland's Ruawai has been stopped by Kaipara District Council, despite pleas from the community.
Harry pays tribute to our voyaging waka and the ancestral courtyards of his hapū in two original waiata Māori written by his uncle. Video
A controversial climate-change-themed public artwork 13 years in the making is due to be completed in Kerikeri this week.
A charity donating truckloads of free farm fencing hopes to bring "mighty big smiles" to storm-hit farmers in the upper north Island. Audio
Accusations, claims and counter-claims flew as the complete takeover of Northland Regional Council by a right-leaning five-person majority elected farmer Geoff Crawford as chair.
A man in control of the finances of three companies has admitted not paying almost $150,000 of their employees' tax contributions.
Northlanders keen to cool off this summer can now get real-time quality updates before they hit the water.
National transport agency Waka Kotahi has deferred a decision about when to close State Highway 1 over the Brynderwyns for urgent repairs.
A precious taonga stolen from a museum dedicated to the memory of the legendary 28th Māori Battalion has been recovered.
An Auckland holidaymaker is recovering from a serious assault after being mistaken for someone else at a Kaitāia supermarket.
John puts a contemporary spin on one of the North's most treasured waiata, before performing his original lament, Kairangi, in memory of his late brother. Video
A small coastal town in the Bay of Islands is mourning the loss of a much-loved member of the community.
Tui Shortland has quit suddenly as chair of the Northland Regional Council.