New Zealand local elections, 2004

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Triennial elections for all 74 cities, districts, twelve regional councils and all district health boards in New Zealand were held on 9 October 2004. Most councils were elected using the first-past-the-post method, but ten (of which Wellington City was the largest) were elected using the single transferable vote method.

Overview and list of elected mayors[edit]

North Island[edit]

Northland Region
district councillors community
boards
regional
councillors
Mayor link
Far North District 9 3 3 Green tickY Yvonne Sharp, re-elected [1]
Whangarei District 13 - 4 Pamela Peters (new) [2]
Kaipara District 10 - 1 Peter King (new) [3]
Auckland Region
district councillors community
boards
regional
councillors
Mayor link
Rodney District 12 - 1 Red XN John Law, did not run,
Penny Webster won
[4]
North Shore City 15 66 2 Green tickY George Wood, re-elected [5]
Waitakere City 14 4 2 Green tickY Bob Harvey, re-elected [6]
Auckland City 19 9 4 Red XN John Banks,
defeated by Dick Hubbard
[7]
Manukau City 17 8 3 Green tickY Sir Barry Curtis [8]
Papakura District 8 - 1 1 John Robertson [9]
Franklin District 12 2 1 1, 2 Mark Ball [10]
1 Franklin and Papakura districts jointly elected one regional councillor. 2 The south part of Franklin District is in the Waikato Region.
Waikato Region
district councillors community
boards
regional
councillors
Mayor link
Waikato District 13 4 23 Peter Harris [11]
Hamilton City 13 - 4 Michael Redman, new [12]
Waipa District 13 2 1 Alan Livingston [13]
Matamata-Piako District 11 3 1 Hugh Vercoe [14]
Otorohanga District 7 2 1 4 Dale Williams [15]
Waitomo District 6 - 1 4 Mark Ammon [16]
South Waikato District 10 - 1 Neil Sinclair [17]
Taupo District 12 - 2 5, 6 Clayton Stent [18]
Hauraki District 13 - 1 John Tregidga [19]
Thames-Coromandel District 8 5 1 Philippa Barriball [20]
3 Waikato jointly elects one regional councillor with Franklin District and elects another in its own right. 4 Otorohanga and Waitomo districts jointly elect one regional councillor. 5 Parts of Taupo District are in the Bay of Plenty, Manawatu-Wanganui and Hawke's Bay regions. 6 Elects two councillors jointly with Rotorua District.
Bay of Plenty Region7
district councillors community
boards
regional
councillors
Mayor link
Western Bay of Plenty District 12 5 2 Graeme Weld [21]
Tauranga District 10 - 4 Stuart Crosby [22]
Rotorua District 12 - 38 Kevin Winters [23]
Whakatane District 12 2 29 Colin Holmes [24]
Kawerau District 8 - 29 Malcolm Campbell (unopposed) [25]
Opotiki District 11 1 29 John Forbes [26]
7 Three regional councillors are elected in three separate Māori wards. 8 in conjunction with part of Taupo District. 9 Whakatane, Kawerau and Opotiki districts jointly elect two regional councillors.

South Island[edit]

Stewart Island/Rakiura[edit]

Chatham Islands[edit]