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North Harbour, New Zealand

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North Harbour, New Zealand

North Harbour
Country New Zealand
Island North Island
City Auckland

North Harbour is the name of a suburb of Auckland, New Zealand. It is located 12 kilometres north of the city centre, to the south of the suburb of Albany, close to the northern edge of the city.

The name "North Harbour" also has a more general usage referring to all parts of the Auckland conurbation sited to the north of the Waitemata Harbour, which includes the entirety of the former North Shore City (including Hibiscus Coast), plus parts of the former Waitakere City. The name thus applied finds its most common usage when referring to the North Harbour rugby team, which plays in the ITM Cup.


Albany Junior High School is a school catering for year 7-10 students, with a roll of 912.[1] It was opened in 2005.[2] Albany Senior High School opened in Albany in 2009 for year 11-13 students.[3]


  1. ^ "Te Kete Ipurangi - Albany Junior High School".  
  2. ^ McKenzie-Minifie, Martha (29 June 2007). "Teachers question middle school role".  
  3. ^ McKenzie-Minifie, Martha (9 May 2007). "'"School bell delay to let students 'wake up.  
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