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  • Men, women on course together

    Northern Wairoa Golf Club hosted the Northland Champ of Champions on Sunday, January 21.

  • EDITORIAL Ardern legacy: Inspirational Prime Minister

    With that now famous cheery smile and a wave of the hand, Jacinda Ardern stepped into her Crown car to depart Parliament and her post as Prime Minister at 10am yesterday.

  • Perham catches eye of coach

    Bulldogs coach Cameron Ciraldo is set to drop selection bombshell, reportedly snubbing Jake Averillo at fullback for a new recruit.

  • Sailing towards a third decade

    The 20th anniversary edition of NZ’s biggest multi-day keelboat regatta — Bay of Islands Sailing Week is under way. Racing takes place throughout the Bay of Islands over three days from Wednesday the 25th to Friday.

  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

    Ballet blues for Kaitaia It truly saddens me to see that the NZ ballet is not coming to Kaitaia. Some years ago when the ballet company decided to tour the provinces again after a break, my husband Norman guaranteed the $10,000 needed to bring them to Kaitaia, and the Kaitaia Dramatic Society built then dismantled the stage extension that was needed. This happened for several tours.

  • Onwards, upwards for Silver Ferns

    The Silver Ferns earned their place alongside Australia in the final of the Netball Quad Series after a hard-fought 55-45 win over the England Roses in Cape Town yesterday.

  • Milk truck hits house

    A retired Oamaru barber is used to close shaves, but this one was a little too close for comfort.

  • INSIDE

    Local News 1-5, 10-11

  • Bell’s heritage project is a peach

    When Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga Hokianga property lead Alex Bell took 30 heritage peach trees to the recent Bay of Islands A&P Show, he wasn’t sure how things would go.

  • MAXIM INSTITUTE Chris Hipkins’ trust challenge

    They say a week is a long time in politics — what a week it’s been. Jacinda Ardern’s resignation as Prime Minister shocked many, given that she said she had “no plans to quit her job”. Her resignation wasn’t the only surprise; now we have a new Prime Minister, Chris Hipkins. Many commentators are now suggesting that Labour will abandon identity politics and move to the “bread-and-butter” right.

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