West Auckland (New Zealand Electorate) - Population Centres

Population Centres

In 1984 the electorate included Kumeu, Hobsonville, Henderson, Ranui and Waitakere. In 1987 it was moved to the south, losing Hobsonville and much of Kumeu while gaining Titirangi and Piha.

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