from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- The largest city of New Zealand, on an isthmus of northwest North Island. It is a major port and an industrial center. Population: 1,210,000.
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- proper n. The largest conurbation in New Zealand.
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- n. the largest city and principal port of New Zealand
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AUCKLAND - 12 April 2010 - Leah Te Weehi of Auckland received the ProCare Prize in General Practice today as the top-rated Maori medical student at the fifth-year undergraduate medical course at University of Auckland's School of Medicine.
XT issue not only auckland. its not just Auckland - i have informed telecom regarding delays in txting in Palmerston north, but they keep giving me that it my phone settings ... anyhow ... today i gave up and purchase a 2 'degree phone. report this
April 7th, 2010 AUCKLAND - New Zealand's first so-called "love motel", which will allow its customers to book rooms on hourly basis for "private intimacy", is sparking outrage in Auckland with neighbours saying it is nothing more than a sleazy brothel.
AUCKLAND, New Zealand, Aug. 5 (UPI) -- A mystery poison has killed dogs and other animals on beaches in the Auckland, New Zealand, area, prompting warnings to keep kids and dogs off the beaches.
In a separate video, Mr. Temarii, a former French soccer player, was allegedly shown explaining that he was looking for investment to fund a sports academy in Auckland, New Zealand.
St Matthew-in-the-City Church in Auckland, which erected the billboard, said it had intended to provoke debate.
A controversial church billboard in Auckland has been attacked again.
Its methodology involved 80 interviews with journalists, lawyers and others, all hostile to the Interim Government, based largely on Bose's visit to Fiji from 4-18 April, and 2008-2009 inputs from activists in Auckland, Sydney, Melbourne and London.
Captain Auckland sipped his whisky with provoking slowness.
Captain Auckland played the billiards first, and it was not until he was comfortably seated in a steamer-chair, his second whisky securely in his hand, that he let off his bomb.