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National Council of Local Government NZ Elected

National Council of Local Government New Zealand elected
For immediate release on 26 November 2001

Local Government New Zealand is pleased to announce the results of the elections for positions on its National Council. There are six regional zones and the elected representatives are as follows:

President Basil Morrison Hauraki District Council

Zone 1 Jim Peters Northland Regional Council
Dianne Hale VP North Shore City Council

Zone 2 Grahame Hall Rotorua District Council

Zone 3 Mary Bourke South Taranaki District Council

Zone 4 Sue Piper Wellington City Council

Zone 5 Wynne Raymond Timaru District Council

Zone 6 Frana Cardno Southland District Council

Metro Sector Group Bob Harvey Waitakere City Council
Garry Moore Christchurch City Council
Sukhi Turner Dunedin City Council

Provincial Sector Group Murray Anderson Waimate District Council

Rural Sector Group David Owen Ashburton District Council

Regional Sector Group Neil Clarke Environment Waikato
Hon Margaret Shields VP Wellington Regional Council

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