Northland Age, The

Publisher:
Sage Publications, Inc.

Latest documents

  • INSIDE AN IWI Planning for Covid-19 Delta at a community level

    Ina very informative article for The Spinoff, our coastie whanaunga, Tina Ngata, has compiled a range of advice for whānau to deal with Covid-19 when it walks through our door. With consent, I have edited key parts of her article here.

  • Northland GPs available to talk to vaccine-hesitant

    People who want to make an informed decision about getting their Covid-19 vaccination can now access a free appointment to seek advice from a GP.

  • IN BRIEF

    Covid probe continuesPolice enquiries continue into the actions of two women who sparked a snap lockdown in Northland after travelling to the region under false pretences and then tested positive for Covid. A police spokesman confirmed officers had spoken with one of the woman involved in the October incident but said they were not in a position to comment further. The Herald previously reported it could be weeks before a decision would be made as to whether the women would face charges.

  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

    Vaccine is our only hope A great article from Marie Kaire in last Tuesday’s Age, and another one last Thursday.

  • Two Northland farmers fined for animal ID failures

    Two Dargaville farmers who failed to register animals under the National Animal Identification and Tracing (NAIT) scheme have been fined $14,000 and $8550 respectively.

  • ‘90 per cent target still within reach’

    Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern believes Northland can hit the Government’s 90per cent vaccination target even though health providers still need to persuade another 17,000-plus people to get their first jab.

  • BRIDGE RESULTS

    Kaitaia Bridge Club

  • FROM THE OTHER SIDE Who deserves to be first in line for hospital care?

    We Baby Boomers might have more to fear from Covid than merely catching the virus. As the pandemic appears to take hold in this country, some thoughts are turning towards the possible need to pick and choose who receives hospital treatment and who doesn’t.

  • Ex-AB diagnosed with early dementia

    Former All Blacks prop Carl Hayman has been diagnosed with early-onset dementia and probable chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) at the age of 41.

  • CCTV network benefits Kaitaia communityADVERTORIAL

    Are you aware that Kaitaia has its very own CCTV Network that is monitored by Total Security staff and volunteers at the Kaitaia Police station?

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