- n any region lying in or toward the north
- Wenner-Gren would also study the possibility of building pulp and paper mills, mines and smelters in the undeveloped northland.
- Forgotten but not gone are the Indians who once ruled his Michigan northland.
- His "vision of the north" moved toward reality as plans were drafted for new roads, railroads, and air routes stretching into the mineral-rich northland.
- Ewen Thompson in Stuff.co.nz
I have decided I'd rather move on earlier rather than stay around for the tournament so have organised my job with Northland Cricket,said Thompson, who grew up and played his early cricket in Northland.
- Peter Kormos in Toronto Sun
Auckland police district will be down 32, Southern down 22, Waikato 18, Waitemata 10, Central nine, Eastern seven, and Bay of Plenty one. Northland and Tasman stay the same. All these districts had been allocated extra police by the last Labour... Clayton Cosgrove http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clayton_Cosgrove&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNHcnMYQ0lfZYRQ-yFd_g2hICAFBhQ Wairarapa Times Age http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.times-age.co.nz/local/news/top-police-downplay-claims-of-staff-cuts/3916074/&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNF88JktRVUH8kU-Oi7uxw7080E6fA Jun 20, 2010
68296 91212 northland You have major provincial attractions, such as the Polar Bear Express and the Ontario Northland Railway that the government has allowed to fall into sordid disrepair," Kormos said.