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[*] With the exception of Hutt City Council and Chatham Islands Council, all territorial authorities are directly named after the area they cover. Hutt City Council covers Lower Hutt City (Lower Hutt City (Name of City Council) Act 1991). The Chatham Islands Council covers a district known as Chatham Islands Territory, and has no encompassing region (Chatham Islands Council Act 1995).
There are eight islands where the Minister of Local Government is the territorial authority, three of which have a 'significant population and/or permanent buildings and structures.'
Changes since 1989
Since the 1989 amalgamations conducted by the Local Government Commission, there have been few major reorganisations or status changes in local government. Incomplete list:
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