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Recent rain flooded crucial access roads and left some remote communities stranded.
Grace Morgan, 16, was diagnosed with the potentially-fatal illness, associated with tampon use, in July.
The 45-year-old is facing a raft of charges following the incident.
Community members will be patrolling Matai Bay and neighbouring Waikato Bay.
Huhana Lyndon has had nine billboards destroyed or damaged in two weeks.
Four Northland MP's are set to take up ministerial roles in the new government.
Chappy Harrison is on trial for sexual assault of a girl who was 14 at the time.
The 46-year-old accused has pleaded not guilty to all five charges.
The inaccuracies mean visitors have been mis-informed for decades.
He was aged 17 and died on Saturday.
America's Cup legend Sir Russell Coutts is sharing his knowledge with some keen amateurs.
Locals are arguing no one should be making money out of the pristine public property.
Businesses and services were also high on the agenda.
Local police say the smash-and-grab was done and dusted in under 90 seconds.
Ricky Houghton says unemployment is as high as 85 per cent in some communities.
Manu Tepania, 13 and Lfah Trego, 10, were among 30 Kiwi youths selected to go to Bangkok.
The multi-million-dollar expansion of the marina is complete and is expected to draw sailors making landfall.
Some Northland brigades are relying on neighbouring crews to answer 111 calls.
Davis has lived most of his life in the far north and supporters say that background will help him make a difference.
Leah Cameron says Quinn Patterson suffered from deep depression and needed help.
Reporter Helen Castles is in Whangarei with the latest on the shooting of two women on Wednesday.
The group is competing to land some big fish without even leaving the beach.
The National Torpedo Tournament is in its ninth year and sold out within 12-hours.
Tyla had never been on a bike until eight months ago - now she's upsetting the fancy schools.
Authorities say even one suicide is too many.
He was arrested in 2014 after two German backpackers became suspicious.
They were charged with importing and possessing the class A drug.
The drug was sent to Auckland inside a diamante horse head.
Vinson Feng trains seven hours a day on a virtual battlefield - and it's finally paying off.
The man says he was offered $50,000 to help bring a piece of art work into New Zealand.
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