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The North Shore is that part of the Auckland, New Zealand metropolitan area north of Waitemat?. Formerly North Shore City, an independent county ruled by the North Shore City Council from 1989 to 2010, when it was integrated into the Auckland Council.
On 30 June 2010, the town had an expected 229,000 inhabitants, making it the 4th biggest town in New Zealand before the reorganization in November 2010. It was also the 4th biggest town in the county with an area of 129 square meters. This was also the most heavily inhabited town in the county, as unlike other New Zealand towns, most of the town area was either of a more metropolitan or less developed nature.
North Shore is a large suburb north of Auckland city centre, connected to the remainder of Greater Auckland by two dock viaducts - the Auckland Harbor Bridge traverses the inner harbor of Auckland City, while the Upper Harbor Bridge connects to the west of Auckland, Waitakere, via the north part of the harbor.
Over the years, the North Shore has been managed by various committees, most recently the North Shore City Council. The North Shore City Council and the six other councillors and the Auckland Regional Council formed an Auckland Council on 1 November 2010. Today, the whole area is split between four of Auckland Council's four regional bodies:
The Devonport Takapuna, Kaipatiki, Upper Harbour (together with part of the former Waitakere City) and Hibiscus and Bays (together with part of the former Rodney District). The Auckland Harbour Brigde was built in 1959, which opened the Shore for Auckland - the car capacity on the Auckland Harbour Brigde was three time larger than predicted within the first decade - and began to turn parts of it into a sleeping city for Auckland CBD and other Southers.
Finally, the increase became so important that the north coast could be regarded as an independent town, although the density still remains below the level characteristic of the southern part of the port (and remains until the year 2000). As of November 1, 2010, the northern shore borders were merged with the remainder of the Auckland region, and the North Shore Council was removed and superseded by a unified municipal body.
Now all the Council's departments and institutions are under the control of the Auckland Councils. There were three entire constituencies in the town for the purpose of the general elections: Northcote, North Shore and East Coast Bays. Helensville's constituents also include parts of the north west of the town. The town tends to tilt to the right politically: all voters except Northcote are regarded as secure national party headquarters.
Meanwhile, Northcote is regarded as a kind of "Bellwether seat" that swings with the whole country to the right and south. Albany has become the trading center of the north coast. Royal New Zealand Navy is headquartered in Devonport and is a major industrial and employment company. Housing on the north coast is continuing to spread north.
Rodney municipality in Orewa and the Whangaparaoa peninsula, 25 kilometers north of Takapuna, were once vacation spots. Now they are connected by the north highway and could be connected to the northern city extension of the north coast at some point. The New Zealand 2006 Cadensus showed that the media earnings of North Shore inhabitants over 15 years were $29,100, up from a country averaging $24,400.
It was a racially segmented town in 67. Nearly 10% stated their ethnic affiliation as "New Zealanders", with most of them identifying themselves as Europeans in previous censuses. New Zealand's most popular Soapoper The North Shore is home to Shortland Street (it was mainly shot there before, but still has North Shore scenes).
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