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Auckland (N.Z.)

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    • Auckland City (N.Z.)
    • Auckland Region (N.Z.)
    • Tāmaki Makaurau (N.Z.)
    • Ākarana (N.Z.)
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    • found: Columbia Lippincott, 1961:p. 121 (Auckland, New Zealand)
    • found: Discover New Zealand, 1994p. 3 (Auckland; Auckland City)
    • found: NZ off. yrbk., 1988-89p. 153 (Administrative county; Waiheke) p. 154 (Administrative county; Great Barrier Island); 1990: p. 88 (Auckland City)
    • found: Wikipedia, Jan. 13, 2011:Auckland City (Auckland City; on Nov. 1, 2010 it was amalgamated into the wider Auckland Region under the authority of the new Auckland Council) Auckland Region (On Nov. 1, 2010, the Auckland Region became a unitary authority controlled by the Auckland Council, replacing the previous regional council and seven local councils) Papakura District (on Nov. 1, 2010 Papakura District ... was abolished and was included into the single Auckland city that is now governed by the Auckland Council) Rodney District (former territorial authority Rodney District, which was abolished on Nov. 1, 2010; is [now] governed by Auckland Council) Waitakere City (On Nov. 1, 2010 Waitakere City and the Waitakere City Council was abolished and was included into a single Auckland city that is now governed by the Auckland Council) Franklin District (former territorial authority Franklin District was abolished on Nov. 1, 2010; [most of] its territory split between the new Auckland territorial authority in the Auckland region and Waikato District in the Waikato Region) North Shore City (former territorial authority North Shore City, which was abolished on Nov. 1, 2010; [its] boundaries were amalgamated with the rest of the entire Auckland Region; now under the authority of the Auckland Council) Manukau City (Manukau City was a territorial authority; on Nov. 1, 2010 [it] was abolished and the governed area was amalgamated into ... the new Auckland super city)
    • found: Wikipedia, Feb. 26, 2013:Auckland (The Auckland metropolitan area, in the North Island of New Zealand, is the largest and most populous urban area in the country. In Māori, Auckland's name is Tāmaki Makaurau and the transliterated version of Auckland is Ākarana. From 1989 to 2010 Auckland was governed by several separate city and district councils. In the late 2000s, New Zealand's central government and parts of Auckland's society felt that this large number of councils, and the lack of strong regional government (with the Auckland Regional Council having only limited powers) were hindering Auckland's progress. A Royal Commission on Auckland Governance was set up in 2007, and in 2009 recommended a unified local governance structure for Auckland, amalgamating the councils. Government subsequently announced that a "super city" would be set up with a single mayor by the time of New Zealand's local body elections in 2010; 36°50ʹ25.50ʺS 174°44ʹ23.53ʺE)
    • found: New Zealand place names database, via WWW, Feb. 26, 2013(Auckland; District: North Auckland; Description: METR: Metropolis: Major city; Lat: -36.8543 Long: 174.7621)
    • notfound: New Zealand gazetteer of official geographic names, via WWW, Feb. 26, 2013
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    • [Old catalog heading: Auckland, N.Z.]
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    • 1981-01-09: new
    • 2014-01-17: revised
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