Local elections in New Zealand

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Local elections are held every three years on the second Saturday in October in New Zealand to elect local government politicians using postal voting.wikipedia
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District health board

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The elections determine the membership of district, city, and regional councils, as well as the elected parts of district health boards.
DHBs are governed by boards, which are partially elected (as part of the triennial local elections) and partially appointed by the Minister of Health.

Local government in New Zealand

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Local elections are held every three years on the second Saturday in October in New Zealand to elect local government politicians using postal voting.
Each of the regions and territorial authorities is governed by a council, which is directly elected by the residents of that region, district or city.

Politics of New Zealand

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Local elections are held every three years to elect the mayors, city and district councillors, community board members, and district health board members.

Local election

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Local elections are held every three years on the second Saturday in October in New Zealand to elect local government politicians using postal voting.

New Zealand

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Local elections are held every three years on the second Saturday in October in New Zealand to elect local government politicians using postal voting.

Elections in New Zealand

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Elections for the city, district and regional councils of New Zealand have a fixed election date, unlike general elections.

Territorial authorities of New Zealand

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Local elections are mostly organised by district and city councils, with other organisations (for example the Electoral Commission, the Department of Internal Affairs, and the Ministry of Health) having peripheral roles.

Electoral Commission (New Zealand)

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Local elections are mostly organised by district and city councils, with other organisations (for example the Electoral Commission, the Department of Internal Affairs, and the Ministry of Health) having peripheral roles.

Department of Internal Affairs (New Zealand)

Department of Internal AffairsMinister of Internal AffairsInternal Affairs
Local elections are mostly organised by district and city councils, with other organisations (for example the Electoral Commission, the Department of Internal Affairs, and the Ministry of Health) having peripheral roles.

Ministry of Health (New Zealand)

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Local elections are mostly organised by district and city councils, with other organisations (for example the Electoral Commission, the Department of Internal Affairs, and the Ministry of Health) having peripheral roles.