We spoke to nine young local business people. Read about their experiences of setting up their own business and their plans moving forward.
We've got winter covered. Hundreds of Rodney homes are warming up with the Retrofit Your Home insulation programme. Subsidised flu vaccinations for at risk groups are available until the end of July, and we look at the hot topics of heat pumps and woodburners.
See a complete list of the regions Anzac service events and we remember WWI servicemen of Warkworth at the Field of Remembrance on Church Hill.
Mangawhai Community Park becomes the new home of the old Anglican church as it takes a journey to the Historic Village.
Celebrations at the Leigh Carnival include the great Easter Egg Hunt. Hundreds of chocolate eggs will be hidden by the Easter Bunny this year! Yum! With SJD playing at the Sawmill, Leigh is the place to be.
If you have always wanted to travel, but are not keen to go it alone, we have the answer. Solo Club travelers – meet like minded people to share your travel experience with.
It's school holiday time in Rodney. Time for play and fun. For children, learning never stops. Smiley the Galapagos tortoise is a must see for all inquiring minds.
Vote Northland - March 28. The candidates offer an overview of themselves and the key issues as they see them.
Ecofest North aims to promote sustainability in our homes and gardens and throughout the community. The extensive festival programme has something to interest everyone, it's a great opportunity learn or try something new.
We celebrate the hard work of the Warkworth Hockey Turf Trust, and the achievement of all involved in making Warkworths new hockey turf a reality.
Many of NZs top stand up paddle boarders will be hitting Omaha at the end of March to compete in National Championships. Runners and walkers will be at Omaha too participating in the Matakana School fundraising event, the Omaha Classic.
Warkworth Trolley Derby is all set to go on March 8. So get those last minute finishing touches done on your trolley and check out the course route on page 40 and the race day rules on page 41. We'll see you there!
Weddings are so special. Time for friends and family to get together and celebrate the commitment two people make to each other. Whether you are getting married or are helping to plan a wedding, we have some fantastic ideas for you. Why not have a winter wedding?
Seaweek invites us to 'Look beneath the surface'. Find out what lies beneath in your own backyard. With low tide walks, rock pool tours and snorkel days and much more on offer, there is something for everyone.
In this months Property feature we take a look at the progress of a high profile development. We cover pricing changes for ARC holiday baches and the bargains available for investors looking to purchase in the area.
If you're planning to head to the Northland Field Days, you're in for a treat. With around 550 exhibitors this year the event is promising to be a cracker.
In this issue we talk about setting realistic goals for getting back into shape or keeping in good shape.
The Wellsford Top Homebaker Competition is calling for entrants for this Valentine's Day event. There are three divisions including adult, junior and Valentine's Day themed cakes.
Mahurangi College former principal Alon Shaw takes is on a trip down memory lane and if you are interested in learning something new in 2015, this feature is packed with ideas.
Over the Summer months most people spend time in and on the water. In this issue we look at keeping our septic tanks in check, the do's and don'ts to get the best from our supply and how to conserve it.
This month we celebrate our country roots and feature the A&P Show. Te Radar returns as this years show compere. We have two double passes and two family passes to giveaway, check out the feature to see how to enter the draw.