Auckland

The Auckland urban area (d, {respell|AWK|lənd}), in the North Island of New Zealand, is the largest and most populous urban area in the country. Auckland has a population of {NZ population data||y}, which constitutes {Decimals|{{formatnum:{{NZ population data||y}|R}}/{formatnum:{{NZ population data|New Zealand|y}|R}}*100|0}} percent of the countr...
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Auckland

[n] - the largest city and principal port of New Zealand
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Auckland

noun the largest city and principal port of New Zealand
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Auckland

(city) Largest city in New Zealand, in the north of North Island, in an area of impressive volcanic scenery; population (2001 est) city, 377,400, urban agglomeration, 1,064,700. It is the main commercial and industrial centre and ...
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Auckland

[Countess of Ranfurly`s Own] The 3rd Battalion, Auckland (Countess of Ranfurly`s Own) and Northland Regiment is a Territorial Force Battalion of the New Zealand Army, with Headquarters in Arch Hill Auckland Army Centre. The unit consists of Company sized units which have their headquarters in Auckland and Whangarei. The unit is part of Trai...
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Auckland

city, Auckland regional council, north-central North Island, New Zealand. The country`s largest city and its largest port, it occupies a narrow ... [4 related articles]
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Auckland

regional council, northwestern North Island, New Zealand. It includes the city of Auckland and its metropolitan area. The region is surrounded by ...
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