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Rents and fuel driving up cost of living
Higher airfares and rents boost inflation
Rugby World Cup boosts travel to Japan
Net migration high but down from peak
New Government Statistician Mark Sowden starts today
December sales dip after strong November
Kiwifruit prices hit record high
45-year high for new home consents
Crunch time for Santa’s reindeer
Researchers can now access 2018 Census data at unit record level
Higher retail consumption lifts GDP
Strong start to dairy export season
Government bonds attract foreign investors to New Zealand
Customer update on 2018 Census data and activities, December 2019
Bullish growth in beef cattle numbers
Will it be kiwifruit or strawberries for Christmas?
Visitor arrival growth slows
Spending strong in November
Tourism expenditure tops $40 billion
Fatter returns for meat and dairy in September
Boomers bolster bus drivers’ loyalty
Dent in metal and timber wholesaling
‘First comes marriage then come babies’ not so likely now
Commercial construction bounces back
Crude oil imports from United Arab Emirates worth $2.7 billion
Export prices riding high on meat and dairy
New stand-alone houses pick up
New monthly snapshot of jobs and wages
Employment indicator series introduced
Dairy, beef, and lamb exports rise in October
Gadgets give retail sales a charge
Stats NZ seeks feedback on New Zealand standard classification of ethnicity
Households continue to spend more than they earn
Log prices chopped
Log prices chopped
Guest nights star in Mackenzie district
Hatches and despatches – who does what in New Zealand?
Avocados at lowest price in almost three years
Australian visitor arrivals reach new heights
New Zealand net migration rate remains high
Spending slips in October
Kiwis getting higher pay
Unemployment rises to 4.2 percent, while underutilisation falls
Pay settlements help push wage growth to a ten-year high
Kiwis report feeling less healthy
New Zealanders feel financially better off
High-density housing on rise
International migration estimates extended back to 2001