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Food price inflation unchanged in March 2021
Net migration loss of non-New Zealand citizens
March card spending rebounds despite COVID
Emissions report shows urgent action needed
Transport drives down total greenhouse gas emissions in 2020
New home consent numbers dip in February
Number of new homes consented per 1,000 residents increases
COVID hits sports, music, and weddings in 2020
Most businesses accessed COVID-19 financial support
Bay of Plenty and Tasman/Nelson lead regional GDP increases before COVID-19
Exports and imports down despite rebound in trade with China
December 2020 quarter GDP drops 1.0 percent after record September rebound
Rise in imports sees current account deficit widen
New Zealand citizens drive net migration gain
Smallest annual food price increase in over 18 months
Reduced card spending in February during COVID-19 restrictions
Construction sales rise by almost $900 million in December quarter
Job numbers fall in December quarter
Manufacturing volumes up and wholesale trade values down in December quarter
Increased supply pressures reported for home building projects in Auckland
Commercial construction slows, residential holds up
Making census test count
Making sure Māori count
Consents for medium-sized houses increase rapidly in last decade
Annual number of new homes consented rises
Sea and air transport values rising
Crude oil import volumes more than double
Dairy and meat drive large fall in exports
Volume of wine on rise
Retail sales hold up in December quarter
Child poverty statistics for households with disabled people released for first time
Government action reduces child poverty
Construction costs keep rising
New Zealand’s birth rate lowest on record, deaths drop in 2020
Greenhouse gas emissions bounce back in September 2020 quarter
Disabled people still faring worse than non-disabled people
Productivity lifts before COVID-19 hits
Household incomes rise but more work needed
Annual net migration down in 2020
Household incomes were increasing prior to COVID-19 lockdown
Yoghurt cultures a rise in grocery prices
Kiwis nesting in January boost sales of furniture, electronics, and hardware
Annual inflation almost three times higher for beneficiaries
Record number of new homes consented in December quarter
Employment rises on back of strong economy
Average earnings increase despite slowing wage inflation
High rises in construction jobs
Unemployment drops to 4.9 percent as employment picks up