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Gender pay gap unchanged since 2017
Toyota Country Music Festival Tamworth proceed in 2020
Dairy product prices for manufacturers up 8.7 percent
Enticknap Park playground set to officially open
Positive trends in tourism – East Gippsland
Cruise ship numbers and spend swell
Guide to AS and A level results for England, 2019
Providing a foundation for change in Turkmenistan
Inspection program in primary schools reveals concerns with hazardous substances
National gender pay gap remains stable
A message from Acting Commissioner of Police
Growth in average wages increases
NZ remains leading destination for Aussie traveller
New Zealand’s population grows 1.6 percent in June year
UK House Price Index for June 2019
Australian wages rise 0.6% in June quarter 2019
Record 40.4 million guest nights
Scottish Secretary welcomes August 2019 Labour Market Statistics
Shaw couldn’t be counted on during Census fiasco
Meat prices drive increase in overall food price index
Ambulance analysis to be delivered at City Hall
Slight dip in retail card spending
Tenth annual VFL Beyond Blue Cup spreads grass-roots mental health awareness
Effect of Lockout laws on assault: latest data
Firefighters sound alarm on smoke alarm maintenance
Fall in visitor arrivals from Asia
Net migration remains around 50,000
APRA fines Westpac for failing to meet legal reporting requirements
Record number of disabled people benefitting from workplace funding
Social Security Advisory Committee appointment of interim chair
Minimum wage rise boosts private sector pay rates
Unemployment falls to 11-year low
Understanding oral health literacy of your patients
Farming, forestry, and fishing most risky for injury
Stats NZ misses another Census deadline
1 in 4 employed people under 30 work multiple jobs
NSW Custody Statistics: Quarterly update June 2019
Government’s child care reforms cut costs for families
CPI rose 0.6 per cent in June quarter 2019
Government’s anti-growth policies cull more Kiwi jobs
Customs seizes more than a tonne of drugs in six months – preventing $1 billion of harm
Auckland hits record 14,000 home consents
Stats NZ convenes Data Ethics Advisory Group
Canadian Armed Forces to Release Outcomes of Administrative Action to Victims of Sexual Misconduct
Motor vehicle registrations slow down
It’s in bag – Kiwis react to banning single-use plastic bags
Dancing in dark could have benefits for health and wellbeing
Overseas people buy 75 inner-Auckland homes