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Historic suburb on the northern shore of the Waitematā Harbour. By 1849 European settlers were pioneering commercial fruit and strawberry growing. The establishment of the Colonial Sugar Refining Company in 1884 boosted suburban growth and supplied sugar for the whole of New Zealand. After the construction of the Harbour Bridge, cheap housing subdivisions transformed neighbouring Birkdale and Beach Haven.

Meaning of place name
Named after Sir Stafford Northcote, chancellor of the exchequer, and later Lord Iddlesleigh.

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