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A long-awaited two-lane bridge will open in the Far North next week - but initially it will be only one way at a time, just like the old one.
A 64-year-old man and his 86-year-old mother died when their car hit a tree and caught fire in Northland overnight.
Four people have made it safely back to land after their boat flipped during a fishing trip in the Far North this evening.
Northland roading crews have made more than 300 repairs to the scenic and freight routes ahead of next month's shutdown.
Four people have been hospitalised after getting into difficulty in the water in the Far North on Saturday.
In the most anticipated political race since last year's general election, a piglet named David Seymour has beaten porker "The Jones Boy" - named in honour of NZ First's Shane Jones - by a nose.
Pig racing with contestants named after politicians is expected to be one of the highlights of the Kaikohe A&P Show.
Police say a woman who was found in her wheelchair on SH1 near Kaikohe has been reunited with her family and is safe and well.
The death happened at Ruakākā Beach, south of Whangārei this morning.
The incident occurred at a site on Abbey Caves Road this afternoon.
A missing boat belonging to a man who fell overboard and spent 24 hours floating in the sea off the Coromandel Peninsula has today been found off East Cape nearly...
In an era where many Māori youth are disconnected from their roots, a groundbreaking approach to youth justice is influencing young people to make better decisions.
It has been quite a homecoming for Aaron Clark, who grew up sailing Optimists and left school aged 15 to become a commercial fisherman.
Jerrim Toms was shot several times when he approached police while holding a machete in March 2018.
A witness said the girl was intending to jump, hesitated, and fell down the rocks before saying she was unable to feel her legs.
Part of a treasure trove of photos has been saved from ending up in an American landfill. Audio
A dramatic drop in Northland's drowning toll is due to in part to a new strategy of identifying hotspots and working with locals to come up with solutions, a leading water safety advocate says.
A rahui has been placed on the area, in the Far North, by local iwi.
The organisers of a music festival in the Kaipara district say they are disappointed to see tents and camping gear abandoned after the event.
Stories from the 2023 archive: Leah meets a Northland olive grower, Cosmo's scratching cows with Loulou the Cow Whisperer and Sally's out hunting for a good cause. Audio