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Written by Northland Regional Council   
Wednesday, 22 August 2012

Northlands regional councillors are suggesting a more community-focussed way to how they represent Northlanders abandoning an outdated current model based on the three district boundaries and replacing it with eight, smaller constituencies.

A graphic showing the proposed eight new constituencies the Northland Regional Council is suggesting as part of its newly-announced proposed representation review. Current district boundaries which the eight new constituencies would replace - are indicated in green (Kaipara), red (Whangarei) and blue (Far North).

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