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Whangarei brickie Ron Worth wheels another barrow of mortar. Picture/Tania Webb
RUGBY CLUB RISING AGAIN - Wave of support after flooding
New Zealand's unluckiest rugby club is rising again, thanks to a wave of support from around the nation. Northland's March 2007 deluge swamped the Kaeo Rugby Club rooms with 1.4m of floodwater, leaving a $250,000 damage bill. The club had all but finished the mammoth repair job - the brand-new kitchen... full story
Three raided courier packs
A truck driver, his pregnant partner and a friend have admitted fleecing Northlanders of more than $120,000 worth of goods that were supposed... full story
Norovirus outbreak traced to Kerikeri Inlet oysters
Bay of Islands oysters are off the menu after three Northlanders who ate oysters from the Kerikeri Inlet came down with a nasty stomach bug.... full story
Director back to make film about us
Whangarei born and bred actor-turned director Rachel House has returned home from nine months' study abroad to plant her roots in Aotearoa.... full story


Waitangi's Phoebe Perrin. Picture/Chris Rudsdale
GOLF - Northland shop then drop the big guns
When the going got tough Northland's women golfers opted for retail therapy and it paid off yesterday when they made history by reaching the semifinals of the Toro women's interprovincials for the first time. A 3-1 victory over North Harbour yesterday gave the team what it needed to take on unbeaten... full story
SQUASH - Matson takes the country's top u-17 ranking
Northland's Tate Matson is settling back to enjoy the view after becoming the No 1 squash player in his age group in the country and now the... full story
HOCKEY - Top sides make it through to semis
The group leaders after pool play have all made it through to the semifinals of the Collier Trophy Hockey tournament in Whangarei, after wins... full story
GOLF - It's all or nothing for the North
Northland were facing an all-or-nothing clash with North Harbour today to try to squeeze their way into the semifinals of the Toro New Zealand... full story


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