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Tuesday, 8 April 2014
NEWS 9:57AM
Waking Up Farmers in Dargaville To Likely Cause of The Drought NORTHLAND — Air pollution stops rain according to the BBC and in Northland it is easy to see where all the pollution is coming from - aerosol trails that are being used to manipulate the weather. On April the 6th, Toni Anne Smith and Clare Swinney traveled to Dargaville to do the job the mainstream media should be doing and distributed information about their drought's likely cause. By Clare SWINNEY
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Sunday, 30 March 2014
WEATHER 11:26PM
Evidence of Weather Modification Over Northland Today WHANGAREI — During the 6pm TV ONE news tonight, weather lady, Karen Olsen said that strange-looking clouds had been brought to their attention today, like this above, which was taken over Whangarei at 11.18am and observed for about one hour moving slowly towards the east. By Clare SWINNEY
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Thursday, 5 December 2013
SWIMMING 1:23PM
Record numbers to swim in Paihia PAIHIA — New Zealand's best open water swimmers are going to have their hands full with a top Australian heading into round two of the State New Zealand Ocean Swim Series this weekend. By State New Zealand Ocean Swim Series
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Thursday, 3 October 2013
POLICE 10:30AM
Police dog stabbed in horror attack overnight WHANGAREI — A police dog has suffered a punctured lung after being stabbed during an armed offenders call out in the early hours of this morning. By NP Linked Taranaki
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Monday, 2 September 2013
POLITICS 2:04PM
Demonstration For Democracy In Whangarei Drew Diverse Crowd WHANGAREI — Demonstrations for democracy were held around New Zealand on September 1, 2013 including in Whangarei, where speakers addressed a wide range of issues, including the need to keep New Zealand GE-free and the importance of stopping gold mining occurring in Northland. By Clare Swinney
399 views


Thursday, 29 August 2013
POLITICS 9:02PM
Meet the Candidates PAIHIA By Wayne Brown for FNDC Mayor
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Wednesday, 19 June 2013
BUSINESS 3:59PM
Farming Couple To Transform Do-Up into Dream Home with Rinnai NORTHLAND — A Northland share milking couple is one step closer to achieving their dream home with the win of a flash new gas hot water heater. By Impact PR: Fleur Revell
186 views


Saturday, 25 May 2013
NEWS 7:41PM
Many Marched Against Monsanto In Whangarei In Spite Of Bad Weather WHANGAREI — A march was held in Whangarei this afternoon as one of numerous marches held around the world on May the 25th, 2013 to say 'No To Monsanto.'  Although it was raining quite heavily throughout the protest, many locals, including children, braved the bad weather in order to make their thoughts known. By Clare Swinney
170 views


Monday, 4 March 2013
NEWS 12:11PM
Hiking New Zealand Taking Outdoor Adventures to Our Children NORTHLAND — Hiking New Zealand (HNZ), who have been operating hiking tours throughout New Zealand for 20years, have designed and launched two active outdoor adventures for children and adults alike just in time for the New Zealand and Australian autumn school holidays. By Hiking New Zealand
134 views


Wednesday, 27 February 2013
WEATHER 12:24PM
A First For Northland Field Days - A Geoengineering/Chemtrails Education Stand, Linking Droughts To Aerosols NORTHLAND — Aerosol trails sprayed from aircraft, which are apparent on most clear days, point to Stratospheric Aerosol Geoengineering, (SAG), as being the principle cause of Northland's latest extreme weather. Members of Northland NZ Chemtrails Watch had a stand at the Northland Field Days in Dargaville to educate the public about chemtrails/ geoengineering and their link to drought-inducement. This is the first time there has been a stand at the Northland Field Days regarding SAG. By Clare Swinney
678 views


Monday, 11 February 2013
CONSERVATION 4:25PM
Butterfly fans urged to kill moth plant NORTHLAND By Northland Regional Council
355 views


DEATHS 3:40PM
NZ Police mourn the loss of Maori leader Sergeant Paddy Whiu NORTHLAND — Police Commissioner Peter Marshall says New Zealand Police has lost a mighty totara following the death of Sergeant Patrick (Paddy) Whiu. By New Zealand Police
387 views


Tuesday, 5 February 2013
DEATHS 6:34PM
Child hit by vehicle in driveway NORTHLAND — 18 month old child dies in driveway incident At 1pm today police and emergency services attended an address at State Highway 12 Ohaeawai Northland. By New Zealand Police
395 views


COUNCIL 5:09PM
Representation review submissions heard NORTHLAND — Potential changes to the way Northlanders are represented around the Northland Regional Council table are a step closer after a visit from the Local Government Commission. By Northland Regional Council
206 views


COUNCIL 4:31PM
Chance for extra say on Proposed Regional Policy Statement NORTHLAND — The public is about to get another chance to make further comment on one of Northland’s most important local authority plans – the Northland Regional Council’s Proposed Regional Policy Statement (RPS). By Northland Regional Council
200 views


Friday, 1 February 2013
TRAFFIC 3:13PM
Northland Police investigating pedestrian being struck by two vehicles overnight KAIKOHE — Northland Police investigating the circumstances around how a pedestrian came to be struck first by a member of the public's vehicle and then by a following patrol car say it appears neither driver was at fault. By New Zealand Police
323 views


COMMUNITY 2:50PM
Youth recreation at centre of reserve review NORTHLAND — How can a public reserve at Coopers Beach better meet the recreational needs of youth? That is the question the Far North District Council is asking the Doubtless Bay community. By Far North District Council
188 views


FIRE 2:48PM
Fire ban declared across Far North NORTHLAND — ry weather and the increased fire risk have forced the Northern Rural Fire Authority to ban outdoor fires across the Far North District. By Far North District Council
202 views


Wednesday, 30 January 2013
MARINE 6:55PM
Consents granted for 94-hectare Far North marine farm NORTHLAND — Two independent commissioners have granted permission for a 94 hectare marine farm off Stephenson Island in the Far North, citing the significant economic benefits it will bring to an “impoverished” part of the country. By Northland Regional Council
214 views


Friday, 25 January 2013
WATER 2:55PM
Water shortages, restrictions possible, NRC warns NORTHLAND — Northland’s district councils, major industries and consented water users are being urged to closely monitor their water use and prepare for possible shortages and restrictions unless there is significant rain over the next month or two. By Northland Regional Council
287 views


Monday, 21 January 2013
FOOD 3:02PM
Smoked eel pate the latest field days treat DARGAVILLE — Smoked eel pate will be the tasty treat designed to entice visitors to the Northland Regional Council's marquee at next month's Northland Field Days in Dargaville. By Northland Regional Council
449 views


NEWS 2:49PM
Nutritional advice at Te Ahu Centre KAITAIA — Free nutritional advice will be on offer at Te Ahu Centre in Kaitaia next Thursday. By Far North District Council
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