Howick is an eastern suburb of Auckland, New Zealand, forming part of what is sometimes called East Auckland.- Howick, New Zealand
Outlying defensive towns were then constructed to the south, stretching in a line from the port village of Onehunga in the west to Howick in the east.- Auckland
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The Auckland isthmus, also known as the Tāmaki isthmus, is a narrow stretch of land on the North Island of New Zealand in the Auckland Region, and the location of the central suburbs of the city of Auckland, including the CBD.
The Panmure Bridge connecting to eastern Auckland farmland and the fencibles settlement of Howick was opened in 1866, followed by the Māngere Bridge linking Auckland south in 1875, and the first Grafton Bridge in 1884, linking the central city to Grafton across the Grafton Gully.
The Tāmaki River or Tāmaki Estuary is mostly an estuarial arm and harbour of the Hauraki Gulf, within the city of Auckland in New Zealand.
In 1865, the estuary was first crossed by the Panmure Bridge, a steel swing bridge, to improve connection between Auckland and Howick.
Manukau City was a territorial authority district in Auckland, New Zealand, that was governed by the Manukau City Council.
Like most of the rest of the region, Manukau is ethnically diverse, and is home to many peoples, especially Māori and members of Polynesian ethnicities, with a recent concentration of Asians in and near Howick.