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FULL COVERAGE: Local Body Elections October 2004

SCOOP FULL COVERAGE: Local Body Elections October 2004

Monday, 11 October 2004

Local Government Elections: Hard News Is There! - The Eastern motorway - whichever of the multiple versions you're talking about - is toast. There can hardly have been an Aucklander who didn't know it was an issue when he or she voted in the local body elections, and to take anything other than ... See... Public Address 11/10/04 - Toast

Local Government Elections: Dick Hubbard New Mayor Of Auckland- Cereal king Dick Hubbard has been elected Mayor of Auckland in today's local body elections. See Dick Hubbard … First Results Show Hubbard Ahead in Auckland and John Banks… John Banks media conference notes

- Action Hobson - Action Hobson Congratulates Dick Hubbard, Voters Stop Eastern Motorway and Action Hobson Promises Constructive Approach
- RAM - Councillor takes RAM policies to centre-left group
- Auckland City - Elections results online
- CitRats - Citizens and Ratepayers Now Elect New Leader
- Rates Rebellion - 2 Rates-Issues Groups Caused Confusion In Arc Vote
- North Shore City re-elects mayor, stable council
- Rodney District Council Election Results

- Tim O’Brien Thanks Campaign Supporters

- Preliminary election results for Chch City
- Canterbury District Health Board election results

New Plymouth
- Tennent Re-elected as Mayor of New Plymouth

Local Government Elections: Parliamentary Reaction
- United Future - UF MP’s: Re-direct road funding to Wgton, Tauranga
- Greens - Greens make gains on local bodies
- National - Don Brash congratulates new mayors and councillors
- National - Labour should’ve seen poor turn-out coming
- ACT - Time To Get Moving On Wellington Roading

Local Government Elections: RESULTS PAGES LINKS
Auckland City Council
Auckland Regional Council
Hamilton City Council
Wellington Regional Council
Wellington City Council
Christchurch City Council
Dunedin City Council

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