Auckland Council

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The Auckland Council is the local government council for the Auckland Region in New Zealand.wikipedia
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2010 Auckland local elections

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The initial Council elections in October 2010 returned a mostly centre-left council with Len Brown as mayor.
The elections were the first since the merger of the seven councils and elected the new Auckland Council, composed of the mayor and 20 councillors, and 149 members of 21 local boards.

2013 Auckland local elections

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Brown was re-elected in October 2013, again with a largely supportive council.
The elections were the second since the merger of seven councils into the Auckland Council, which is composed of the mayor and 20 councillors, and 149 members of 21 local boards.

Len Brown

The initial Council elections in October 2010 returned a mostly centre-left council with Len Brown as mayor.
Leonard Charles Brown (born 1 October 1956) is a former mayor of Auckland, New Zealand, and former head of the Auckland Council.

Waitakere City

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The Auckland Council took over the functions of the Auckland Regional Council and the region's seven city and district councils: Auckland City Council, Manukau City Council, Waitakere City Council, North Shore City Council, Papakura District Council, Rodney District Council and most of Franklin District Council.
In 2010 the council was amalgamated with other regional authorities into one new Auckland Council.

Manukau City

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The Auckland Council took over the functions of the Auckland Regional Council and the region's seven city and district councils: Auckland City Council, Manukau City Council, Waitakere City Council, North Shore City Council, Papakura District Council, Rodney District Council and most of Franklin District Council.
In 2010, the entire Auckland Region was amalgamated under a single city authority, Auckland Council.

Auckland Regional Council

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The Auckland Council took over the functions of the Auckland Regional Council and the region's seven city and district councils: Auckland City Council, Manukau City Council, Waitakere City Council, North Shore City Council, Papakura District Council, Rodney District Council and most of Franklin District Council.
The ARC was subsumed into the Auckland Council on 1 November 2010.

2016 Auckland mayoral election

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The 2016 mayoral election was won by Labour MP Phil Goff, who had a landslide victory with his nearest rivals, Victoria Crone in second place, followed by Chlöe Swarbrick.
Len Brown, previously the Mayor of Manukau City, was elected to three-year terms as Mayor of Auckland in 2010 and 2013, following the merger of several councils, including Manukau City Council, to form Auckland Council in 2010.

Ports of Auckland

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A variety of often public transport-focused projects like the Northern Busway as well as significant rail and public transport investments were realised through the Auckland Regional Transport Authority, much of it supported by retaining Ports of Auckland in public hands (after the deregulation of the Auckland Harbour Board) to fund the improvements with the dividends.
Ports of Auckland Limited (POAL), the successor to the Auckland Harbour Board, is the Auckland Council-owned company administering Auckland's commercial freight and cruise ship harbour facilities.

Local government in New Zealand

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The Auckland Council is the local government council for the Auckland Region in New Zealand.
Auckland Council is the newest local authority.

Franklin District

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The Auckland Council took over the functions of the Auckland Regional Council and the region's seven city and district councils: Auckland City Council, Manukau City Council, Waitakere City Council, North Shore City Council, Papakura District Council, Rodney District Council and most of Franklin District Council.
As a formal territory it was abolished on 31 October 2010 and divided between Auckland Council in the Auckland Region (39.82 percent by land area) to the north and Waikato and Hauraki districts in the Waikato Region (60.18 percent) to the south and east.

Auckland Region

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The Auckland Council is the local government council for the Auckland Region in New Zealand.
On 1 November 2010, the Auckland Region became a unitary authority administered by the Auckland Council, replacing the previous regional council and seven local councils.

Regional parks of New Zealand

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One of the mainstays of its work was expanding the parks network, and it brought into the Auckland Council 26 regional parks with more than 40,000 hectares, including many restored natural habitats and sanctuaries developed in co-operation with the Department of Conservation and volunteers.
There are 31 regional parks in the Auckland Region administered by Auckland Council.

Papakura District

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The Auckland Council took over the functions of the Auckland Regional Council and the region's seven city and district councils: Auckland City Council, Manukau City Council, Waitakere City Council, North Shore City Council, Papakura District Council, Rodney District Council and most of Franklin District Council.
On 1 November 2010, the Papakura District Council was merged into the new Auckland Council.

Auckland City Council

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The Auckland Council took over the functions of the Auckland Regional Council and the region's seven city and district councils: Auckland City Council, Manukau City Council, Waitakere City Council, North Shore City Council, Papakura District Council, Rodney District Council and most of Franklin District Council.
Auckland City Council was the local government authority for Auckland City, New Zealand, from 1871 to 1 November 2010, when it and Auckland's six other city and district councils were amalgamated to form the Auckland Council.

Cathy Casey

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Cathy Casey is a New Zealand politician who is an Auckland Councillor, for the Albert-Eden-Roskill Ward.

Josephine Bartley

Josephine Ruth Bartley is a New Zealand politician who is an Auckland Councillor.

Bill Cashmore (politician)

Bill Cashmore
Bill Cashmore is a New Zealand local government politician, the current Deputy Mayor of Auckland, and has represented the Franklin ward on the Auckland Council since 2013.

Linda Cooper (politician)

Linda Cooper
Linda Ann Cooper is a New Zealand politician who has been a councillor on the Auckland Council since 2013.

Christine Fletcher

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Currently an Auckland Council councillor, she was previously a National Party Member of Parliament from 1993 to 1999, and served one term as Mayor of Auckland City between 1998 and 2001.

Chris Darby

Chris Darby is an Auckland Councillor for the North Shore Ward who is also the chair of the Planning Committee.

Efeso Collins

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Fa'anānā Efeso Collins is a New Zealand politician who is an Auckland Councillor.

Richard Hills (politician)

Richard Hills
Richard Hills (born 1986 ) is an Auckland Councillor who was elected at the 2016 Auckland elections.

Alf Filipaina

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Alf Filipaina is a New Zealand politician who is an Auckland Councillor.

Desley Simpson

Desley Simpson is a New Zealand politician who is an Auckland Councillor.

Phil Goff

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The 2016 mayoral election was won by Labour MP Phil Goff, who had a landslide victory with his nearest rivals, Victoria Crone in second place, followed by Chlöe Swarbrick.
On 8 October 2016 Phil Goff won the election, becoming the second mayor of the Auckland 'super city'.