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Parliamentary electorates for the 2002 and 2005 elections

North Island electorates: Auckland Central | Bay of Plenty | Clevedon | Coromandel | East Coast | East Coast Bays | Epsom | Hamilton East | Hamilton West | Helensville | Hutt South | Mana | Mangere | Manukau East | Manurewa | Maungakiekie | Mt Albert | Mt Roskill | Napier | New Lynn | New Plymouth | North Shore | Northcote | Northland | Ohariu-Belmont | Otaki | Pakuranga | Palmerston North | Piako | Port Waikato | Rangitikei | Rimutaka | Rodney | Rongotai | Rotorua | Tamaki | Taranaki-King Country | Taupo | Tauranga | Te Atatu | Tukituki | Wairarapa | Waitakere | Wellington Central | Whanganui | Whangarei


South Island electorates: Aoraki | Banks Peninsula | Christchurch Central | Christchurch East | Clutha-Southland | Dunedin North | Dunedin South | Ilam | Invercargill | Kaikoura | Nelson | Otago | Rakaia | Waimakariri | West Coast-Tasman | Wigram


Maori electorates: Ikaroa-Rawhiti | Tainui | Tamaki Makaurau | Te Tai Hauauru | Te Tai Tokerau | Te Tai Tonga | Waiariki


(Note that a substantial number of MPs are elected on party lists so as to approximate proportional representation.)


Triennial local government elections 13 October 2007

(all regional councils, city councils, district councils, the Chatham Islands council, district health boards, and various trusts)

Links to each territorial authority (city, district, and Chatham Islands) are at New Zealand Councils. Most of them can be expected to have candidate profiles and/or statements, eg http://www.pcc.govt.nz/sweb_content.asp?id=100040330.


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