North Shore City

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known as East Coast Bays. Today, the entire area has been divided between four local boards of the amalgamated Auckland Council: '''Devonport-Takapuna''', '''Kaipatiki''', '''Upper Harbour''' (along with part of the former Waitakere City) and '''Hibiscus and Bays''' (along with part of the former Rodney District) History The European history of the North Shore was initially dominated by very rural settlement, with people from the "main" Auckland generally venturing there only


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primarily filmed there but still has scenes on the North Shore). Go Girls is another popular show set on the North Shore. Prime (Prime (New Zealand)) TV channel has its studios and base in Albany (Albany, New Zealand). Association football North Shore City is home to North Shore United who in 2014 are competing in the Northern Region Football League Division 1, having won promotion from Division 2 at the end of the 2012 season. Notable people * Wayne "Buck" Shelford (Wayne Shelford) - All Black Legend (Rugby Player) * Frank Sargeson - Writer * Rachel Hunter - Actress Model * Judy Bailey - Retired Newsreader * Rosita Vai - NZ Idol 2 Winner * Sir Peter Blake (Peter Blake (yachtsman)) - Yachtsman * Ian Ferguson (Ian Ferguson (canoeist)) - Olympian * John Hood - Vice-Chancellor of the University of Oxford * Dean Barker (Dean Barker (yachtsman)) - Yachtsman * Peter Montgomery (Peter Montgomery (broadcaster)) - Broadcaster * Luke McAlister - Rugby Player * Ian Jones (Ian Jones (rugby union)) - Ex All Black Rugby Player * Bert Sutcliffe - New Zealand Cricketer * Danny Morrison (Danny Morrison (cricketer)) - New Zealand Cricketer * Nick Evans (Nick Evans (rugby union)) - Rugby Player * Kirk Penney - Basketball Player * Winston Reid (Winston Reid (footballer)) - Footballer * Lorde - Singer Vocalist Sister cities North Shore City was a sister city of: * He moved from New Zealand to Denmark at the age of 10 with his mother and Danish stepfather. DATE OF BIRTH 3 July 1988 PLACE OF BIRTH North Shore (North Shore City), Auckland, New Zealand DATE OF DEATH '''Harbour League''' were a franchise in the now defunct Bartercard Cup rugby league competition in New Zealand. They represented Aucklands North Shore City. They were formed in 2006 to take over from the Hibiscus Coast Raiders and the North Harbour Tigers (Northcote Tigers#North Harbour Tigers) due to the New Zealand Rugby League wishing to reduce the number of Auckland teams in favour of more regional sides. The eight existing local bodies — the Auckland Regional Council (w:Auckland Regional Council), Auckland City (w:Auckland City), Manukau City (w:Manukau City), Waitakere City (w:Waitakere City), North Shore City (w:North Shore City), Papakura District (w:Papakura District), Rodney District (w:Rodney District) and Franklin District (w:Franklin District) — would be abolished. They would be replaced by a single Auckland Council responsible for air, water, waste, transport, planning and services, supplemented by six local councils responsible for service delivery. The eight existing mayors would be replaced by a single directly elected Mayor of Auckland, with additional powers to function in a more executive role.


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;Stuff.co.nz_3647411" New Zealand designer Karen Walker visited Britain earlier in the year and selected many of the pieces to be sold in the New Zealand store.


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school's First XV. He played both rugby union and Aussie rules football at the school. Background Hunt grew up at Castor Bay on the North Shore (North Shore City) of Auckland. His commitment to writing poetry probably came from his mother. Hunt's father, a barrister, was sixty when Hunt was born (his mother was 30). Yet Hunt loved his unconventional parents and " ... early poems featuring his father remain amongst his best". ref name "Robinson&Wattie


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article.cfm?l_id 117&objectid 10575374 title Editorial: Bridge at 50 uniting the city at last date 30 May 2009 work The New Zealand Herald accessdate 1 November 2011 - and began turning parts of it into a dormitory town (Commuter town) for people working in the Auckland CBD or further south. Eventually the growth became significant enough for the North Shore to be considered a city in its own right, though densities remained (and remain as of the 2000s) still below what is typical south of the Harbour. On 1 November 2010 the North Shore boundaries were amalgamated with the rest of the entire Auckland Region, and the North Shore City Council was abolished and replaced by a single unitary city authority. All council services and facilities are now under authority of the Auckland Council. Transport thumb right Looking north from North Head, New Zealand North Head (File:North Shore Auckland New Zealand.jpg), near Devonport. Commuting within the North Shore itself can be done relatively easily, but those who commute to Auckland City and need to cross the Auckland Harbour Bridge face severe traffic congestion. The alternative route through western suburbs is also prone to nose-to-tail traffic at peak times. He moved from New Zealand to Denmark at the age of 10 with his mother and Danish stepfather. DATE OF BIRTH 3 July 1988 PLACE OF BIRTH North Shore (North Shore City), Auckland, New Zealand DATE OF DEATH '''Harbour League''' were a franchise in the now defunct Bartercard Cup rugby league competition in New Zealand. They represented Aucklands North Shore City. They were formed in 2006 to take over from the Hibiscus Coast Raiders and the North Harbour Tigers (Northcote Tigers#North Harbour Tigers) due to the New Zealand Rugby League wishing to reduce the number of Auckland teams in favour of more regional sides. The eight existing local bodies — the Auckland Regional Council (w:Auckland Regional Council), Auckland City (w:Auckland City), Manukau City (w:Manukau City), Waitakere City (w:Waitakere City), North Shore City (w:North Shore City), Papakura District (w:Papakura District), Rodney District (w:Rodney District) and Franklin District (w:Franklin District) — would be abolished. They would be replaced by a single Auckland Council responsible for air, water, waste, transport, planning and services, supplemented by six local councils responsible for service delivery. The eight existing mayors would be replaced by a single directly elected Mayor of Auckland, with additional powers to function in a more executive role.


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school's First XV. He played both rugby union and Aussie rules football at the school. Background Hunt grew up at Castor Bay on the North Shore (North Shore City) of Auckland. His commitment to writing poetry probably came from his mother. Hunt's father, a barrister, was sixty when Hunt was born (his mother was 30). Yet Hunt loved his unconventional parents and " ... early poems featuring his father remain amongst his best". ref name "Robinson&Wattie


writing poetry

school's First XV. He played both rugby union and Aussie rules football at the school. Background Hunt grew up at Castor Bay on the North Shore (North Shore City) of Auckland. His commitment to writing poetry probably came from his mother. Hunt's father, a barrister, was sixty when Hunt was born (his mother was 30). Yet Hunt loved his unconventional parents and " ... early poems featuring his father remain amongst his best". ref name "Robinson&Wattie


strong opposition

City, local residents have voiced strong opposition.

(New Zealand politician) Andrew Williams . The mayor was a strong critic of the 'Super City' proposals which would see North Shore City amalgamated into a larger Auckland authority. Mayor Williams voiced strong

opposition to Transit New Zealand's delays regarding bus lanes. He was a proponent of the $300 million joint busway venture. While the Auckland Regional Council has power to impose property tax rates on suburban areas such as North Shore


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(North Harbour Stadium), Hamilton (Hamilton, New Zealand) (Waikato Stadium), Wellington (Wellington Stadium (Westpac Stadium)) and Christchurch (QEII Park). New Zealand won hosting rights at the same time that Chile received hosting honours for the 2008 FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup; Ecuador also bid for the event. Biography Evans was born in North Shore City in New Zealand, and attended Westlake Boys High School, where he played fly half for his school's First XV. He played both rugby union and Aussie rules football at the school. Background Hunt grew up at Castor Bay on the North Shore (North Shore City) of Auckland. His commitment to writing poetry probably came from his mother. Hunt's father, a barrister, was sixty when Hunt was born (his mother was 30). Yet Hunt loved his unconventional parents and " ... early poems featuring his father remain amongst his best". Paul Miller, "Sam Hunt", in Roger Robinson and Nelson Wattie (eds), ''The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature'', Oxford University Press, Auckland, 1998, pp. 249 and 250. Hunt has an older brother, Jonathan, and both of them have an older half-brother, Alexander Hunt. - Dr Pamela Susan Melding North Shore City For services to the psychiatry profession - - Mr Grant Richard Beck North Shore City For services to yachting and board sailing - - Miss Barbara Whirimako Black North Shore City For services to Maori music - - Roger George Carson North Shore City Superintendent of New Zealand Police. For services to the New Zealand Police. - http: www.waitematadhb.govt.nz North Shore City, Waitakere City, Rodney District 528,500 '''East Coast Bays AFC''' is a professional football (soccer) club in Northcross, North Shore City, New Zealand. They currently compete in the Lotto Sport Italia NRFL Premier. The '''Hibiscus Coast''' is a stretch of the Hauraki Gulf coast located in New Zealand's Rodney District, 10 minutes north of the former North Shore City by car. It contains the northernmost part of the Auckland metropolitan area. Near Puhoi, on the Hibiscus Coast, SH 1 becomes the Auckland Northern Motorway, the main road north of New Zealand's largest urban area. The first 7 km of the motorway is an automated toll road, with the toll being NZ$2 each way for cars. He moved from New Zealand to Denmark at the age of 10 with his mother and Danish stepfather. DATE OF BIRTH 3 July 1988 PLACE OF BIRTH North Shore (North Shore City), Auckland, New Zealand DATE OF DEATH '''Harbour League''' were a franchise in the now defunct Bartercard Cup rugby league competition in New Zealand. They represented Aucklands North Shore City. They were formed in 2006 to take over from the Hibiscus Coast Raiders and the North Harbour Tigers (Northcote Tigers#North Harbour Tigers) due to the New Zealand Rugby League wishing to reduce the number of Auckland teams in favour of more regional sides. The eight existing local bodies — the Auckland Regional Council (w:Auckland Regional Council), Auckland City (w:Auckland City), Manukau City (w:Manukau City), Waitakere City (w:Waitakere City), North Shore City (w:North Shore City), Papakura District (w:Papakura District), Rodney District (w:Rodney District) and Franklin District (w:Franklin District) — would be abolished. They would be replaced by a single Auckland Council responsible for air, water, waste, transport, planning and services, supplemented by six local councils responsible for service delivery. The eight existing mayors would be replaced by a single directly elected Mayor of Auckland, with additional powers to function in a more executive role.


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A learning common thumb left The school is located at 536, Albany Highway, North Shore City, New Zealand. Before its construction, there were protracted disputes about the siting of the school

North Shore City

'''North Shore City''' is a former territorial authority district in the Auckland region (Auckland Region) of New Zealand, which was governed by the North Shore City Council from 1989 until 2010, when it was incorporated into Auckland Council. The city had an estimated population of at 30 June 2010, making it the fourth most populous city in New Zealand prior to the November 2010 reorganisation. The former city was also the country's fourth largest city in land, with an area of 129.81 square kilometres and a coastline of 141 kilometres. It was also the most densely populated city in the country because, unlike other New Zealand cities, most of the city's area is urban or suburban in character.

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