Lower Hutt

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Lower Hutt (Te Awakairangi) is a city in the Wellington Region of the North Island of New Zealand.wikipedia
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Wellington

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Administered by the Hutt City Council, it is one of the four cities that constitute the Wellington metropolitan area.
The Wellington metropolitan area comprises four local authorities: Wellington City, on the peninsula between Cook Strait and Wellington Harbour, contains the central business district and about half the population; Porirua on Porirua Harbour to the north is notable for its large Māori and Pacific Island communities; Lower Hutt and Upper Hutt are largely suburban areas to the northeast, together known as the Hutt Valley.

Wellington Region

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Lower Hutt (Te Awakairangi) is a city in the Wellington Region of the North Island of New Zealand.
The Wellington urban area, including the cities of Wellington, Porirua, Lower Hutt and Upper Hutt, accounts for NaN/NaN*100 percent of the region's population; other major urban areas include the Kapiti conurbation (Waikanae, Paraparaumu, Raumati and Paekakariki), and the town of Masterton.

Upper Hutt

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It is separated from the city of Wellington by the harbour, and from Upper Hutt by the Taita Gorge. Neighbouring councils are Wellington City Council (adjoining to the west), Porirua City Council to the north, Upper Hutt City Council to the north-east and South Wairarapa District Council to the east.
Centred on the upper (northern) valley of Te Awa Kairangi / Hutt River, which flows north-east to south-west on its way to Wellington harbour, the flat land widens briefly into a 2500-m-wide floodplain between the Remutaka and Akatarawa Ranges before constricting nine kilometres further downstream at the Taita Gorge, which separates Upper Hutt from its neighbour, Lower Hutt.

Mayor of Lower Hutt

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Ray Wallace first won election as Lower Hutt mayor in 2010, succeeding David Ogden.
Now known as Hutt City, the borough and, subsequently, city of Lower Hutt, New Zealand, was first proclaimed a borough on 1 February 1891.

North Island

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Lower Hutt (Te Awakairangi) is a city in the Wellington Region of the North Island of New Zealand.

Porirua

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Neighbouring councils are Wellington City Council (adjoining to the west), Porirua City Council to the north, Upper Hutt City Council to the north-east and South Wairarapa District Council to the east.

Wellington City Council

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Neighbouring councils are Wellington City Council (adjoining to the west), Porirua City Council to the north, Upper Hutt City Council to the north-east and South Wairarapa District Council to the east.
The city adjoins Porirua in the north and Hutt City in the north-east.

Ray Wallace (mayor)

Ray Wallace
Ray Wallace first won election as Lower Hutt mayor in 2010, succeeding David Ogden.
Ray Wallace (born 1961), a local-body politician in New Zealand, became Mayor of Lower Hutt ("Hutt City") in 2010.

Eastbourne, New Zealand

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As the region grew, urban parts of the Hutt County became autonomous boroughs: Petone in 1888, Lower Hutt in 1891, Eastbourne in 1906, Johnsonville in 1908, Upper Hutt in 1908, Porirua in 1962 and Kapiti in 1974.
Eastbourne is a suburb of Lower Hutt city in the southern North Island of New Zealand.

Normandale, New Zealand

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It incorporated Normandale in 1957.
Normandale is a semi-rural suburb of Lower Hutt City, New Zealand, on the western hills of the Hutt Valley.

Wellington Harbour

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The total area administered by the Council is 377 km2 around the lower half of the Hutt Valley and along the eastern shores of Wellington Harbour, of which 135 km2 is urban.
The city of Lower Hutt is located on this plain.

Wainuiomata

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In 1987/1989 the New Zealand Government forced local authorities to consolidate, which led to Lower Hutt amalgamating with the adjacent Boroughs of Petone and Eastbourne and with the Wainuiomata District (which had its independence for barely a year), and to the abolition of the Hutt County Council.
Wainuiomata is a large suburb of Lower Hutt, in the Wellington Region of New Zealand's North Island.

Petone

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As the region grew, urban parts of the Hutt County became autonomous boroughs: Petone in 1888, Lower Hutt in 1891, Eastbourne in 1906, Johnsonville in 1908, Upper Hutt in 1908, Porirua in 1962 and Kapiti in 1974.
Petone (, Māori: Pito-one) is a large suburb of Lower Hutt, in the Wellington Region of New Zealand's North Island.

State housing

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In the late 1940s new suburbs of state housing developed along the eastern side of the Hutt Valley, from Waiwhetu to Taita, to alleviate nationwide housing shortages and to cater for the booming population.
A rare exception to the interspersal policy was in Waiwhetu in Lower Hutt, where state houses were built around a central marae.

Hutt Valley

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The total area administered by the Council is 377 km2 around the lower half of the Hutt Valley and along the eastern shores of Wellington Harbour, of which 135 km2 is urban.
The lower valley contains the city of Lower Hutt, administered by Hutt City Council, while the adjacent, larger but less populous city of Upper Hutt has its centre on the smaller plain above the Taita Gorge.

Stokes Valley

Stokes Valley, a major suburb of the city of Lower Hutt in the North Island of New Zealand, lies at the edge of the city, seven kilometres northeast of the city centre.

Hutt South

The area of Lower Hutt is covered by two general electorates (Hutt South andRimutaka) and by two Māori electorates (Ikaroa-Rāwhiti in the north and Te Tai Tonga in the south).
The electorate is based on the southern part of the city of Lower Hutt.

Kelson, New Zealand

Kelson
Kelson is a suburb of Lower Hutt in Wellington, New Zealand.

Belmont, Wellington

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Belmont, a suburb of Lower Hutt, to the north of Wellington in the North Island of New Zealand, lies on the west bank of the Hutt River, on State Highway 2 (SH 2), the Wellington-Hutt main road, and across the river from the centre of Lower Hutt.

Matiu / Somes Island

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Lower Hutt's boundaries include the islands in Wellington Harbour, the largest of which, Matiu/Somes Island, is commonly referred to by its former name of Somes Island.
Matiu/Somes became part of Lower Hutt in 1989 and came under the full control of the Department of Conservation ("DOC") as a scientific and historic reserve in August 1995.

Melling, New Zealand

Melling
Melling is a suburb of Lower Hutt, to the north of Wellington in the North Island of New Zealand.

Avalon, New Zealand

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The suburb of Avalon was home to New Zealand's television industry from 1975 until the late 1980s.
Avalon is a suburb of Lower Hutt in New Zealand, formed as a private residential development in the 1970s on land formerly occupied by market-gardens on the left (eastern) bank of the Hutt River.

Manor Park, New Zealand

Manor Park
Manor Park is the northern-most suburb of Lower Hutt City situated at the bottom of the North Island of New Zealand.

Maungaraki

Maungaraki is a suburb of Lower Hutt City situated at the bottom of the North Island of New Zealand.

Alicetown

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Alicetown is a central suburb of Lower Hutt located at the bottom of the North Island of New Zealand.