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Rodney District

Rodney District
Former local government area
Location of Rodney District
Rodney District is located in New Zealand Auckland
Rodney District
Country New Zealand
Island North Island
Region Auckland Region
 • Land 2,427.01 km2 (937.07 sq mi)
Extent Muriwai to Hibiscus Coast;
south to Helensville

Rodney District was a local government area in the northernmost part of New Zealand's Auckland Region from 1989 to 2010. It was created from the amalgamation of Helensville Borough and Rodney County in 1989. The seat of the district council was at Orewa, and the district included Kawau Island. The district was, in its last period, led by mayor Penny Webster and 12 councillors.

Auckland Council has governed the area since 1 November 2010. The Rodney Ward of the Auckland Region now covers much of the land area, but not the Hibiscus Coast or the former council seat of Orewa, which are in the Albany ward.

The district was divided into three wards, each containing a number of towns and settlements:

Rodney District and Rodney County each took their names from Cape Rodney (opposite

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