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I would like find out is it advisable for me to have the city and province on a seperate table and then link them to the country table. This is because a city is govern by a mayor where else a province is govern by a governor.

country
- countryId
- description
- memberId

city
- cityId
- description
- countryId

province
- provinceId
- description
- countryId

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Yes, city and province should be different tables; however, in addition to that, do provinces contain cities? If so, then perhaps you should use the provinceID as a FK in the city table.

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I did some research on the hotmail account registration and I found that when you select a country the next option to be selected will either be a city or province or state or contituent. For example if I select the country as Venezuela then I can select only province. When I select the country Australia then I can select only state. When I select the country United Kingdom then I can select only constituent country. When I select the country Malaysia then I can select only city. Does this mean I create a seperate table representing province, state, constituent and city?.

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