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  • noun A native or resident of Auckland, New Zealand.


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Auckland +‎ -er


  • If I am any kind of Aucklander, it is a bFM listener.

    Public Address

  • Aucklander Steve Green, a commission spokesman, said the display traced the history of psychiatry from its early beginnings to its links with Nazi Germany and black slave-labour camps in South Africa to its present-day practices of drug treatments, restraints and electroshock treatment.

    Mental Health Display Sparks Warning

  • In a revamped Waratahs side that is coming off a bye, elusive Aucklander Pakalani takes over Turner's wing spot in a team to be led by lock | Top Stories

  • Still the versatile Aucklander is affordable and can complement a pack already boasting pointscoring star power. | Top Stories

  • But as a born-and-bred Aucklander it was almost painful to accept. - Stuff

  • What they want to hear, if I was an Aucklander, is how this is going to work.

    NZ On Screen

  • "This game has it all," an email from an Aucklander read this week. - Stuff

  • Aucklander John Paul Muir has triumphed over an international field of musicians to take the 2010 Kerikeri National Piano Competition.

    NZ On Screen

  • Not that's it's always been plain sailing for this gifted Aucklander who at times has copped some fairly harsh public criticism as Graham Henry has preferred him ahead of other popular wing options such as Hosea Gear and Zac Guildford. - Stuff

  • One of five squad members to have successfully completed a comeback from tournament-threatening injuries, the Aucklander is anxious to restart his international career after a lengthy layoff that tested his patience. - Stuff


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