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Provinces

According to the Constitutional and Ordinary Laws of 16 February 1999, New Caledonia is divided in three provinces administrated by Provincial Assemblies, whose reunion forms the Congress of New Caledonia:
- The North Province (9,582.6 sq. km), made of the northern part of Grande Terre and the archipelago of Bélap, with 41,413 inhabitants, that is 21% of the population of New Caledonia;
- The South Province (7,012 sq. km), made of the southern part of Grande Terre and Île des Pins, with 134,546 inhabitants, that is 68.4% of the population of New Caledonia;
- The Loyauté Islands Province (1980.9 sq. km), made of the four islands of Maré, Lifou, Ouvéa and Tiga, with 20,877 inhabitants, that is 10.6% of the population of New Caledonia.

Ivan Sache, 27 March 2006


Municipalities

  • Kaala-Gomen
  • Koné
  • Kouaoua
  • Koumac
  • La Foa
  • Lifou
  • Maré
  • Moindou
  • Mont-Dore
  • Nouméa
  • Ouégoa
  • Ouvéa
  • Païta
  • Poindimié
  • Ponerihouen
  • Pouébo
  • Pouembout
  • Poum
  • Poya
  • Sarraméa
  • Thio
  • Touho
  • Voh
  • Yaté