6 votesAnonymous commented
Not sure how to say this, but as a searchable type, I guess it depends.
Since Stats NZ (a.k.a. Statistics New Zealand) or some other online interactive maps of some territorial authority unit area have some layers to determine the boundary lines (from wards to possibly their area units [i.e.: suburbs & localities & communties]). That way, within that type of system of creating boundary lines, we can might notice of which local populated places are grouped by wards, by territorial authority unit areas and by regional councils.
Hope this helps clarify things a bit more. Feel free to ask if any doubts.Anonymous shared this idea ·