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June home transfers remain high
Quarterly inflation rising steadily across board
Primary products push exports to new high
Substantial drop in number of work-related claims during Covid lockdown
New data shows household net worth increases on back of rising asset values
Household saving falls in March 2021 quarter
Annual inflation increases to 3.3 percent
More women taking up self-employment
Trans-Tasman travel up in May
Vegetables lead sharp rise in food prices
Supermarket spending increases in June
Industry-related greenhouse gas emissions up in 2019
Long-term unemployment as at March 2021
New townhouse consents set record in May
Most New Zealanders doing well despite challenges of COVID-19
Imports continue to recover with large increases in May
Joint initiative to release 2018 iwi data estimates
He kōkiri ngātahi kia whakaputaina ngā matapae raraunga ā-iwi mō 2018
Current account deficit widens to $5.0 billion
Vegetable prices rise in May
Trans-Tasman bubble lifts travel
Card spending sees strong growth in May
Labour force projected to grow and grey
Freshwater taonga species struggling
Education, health care, and construction lift March quarter jobs
Wholesale and manufacturing sales on rise this March quarter
Electricity sales increase in March quarter
Impacts of COVID-19 on new-home building projects
Building activity grows
Goods and services exports down in COVID
Oil and logs defy falling trade prices
New home consents remain high in April
Population projected to become more ethnically diverse
Filled jobs surpassing pre-COVID-19 levels
New Zealand is getting drier
Vehicles and crude oil lead large rise in imports
Retail spending rises in first quarter of 2021
Electricity prices spike in March quarter
Largest ever annual drop in net migration
Record annual fall in border crossings
Tomatoes and cucumbers drive up April food prices
Lower job security linked to lower life satisfaction
Retail spending for 2021 peaks in April
Drought causes fall in sheep numbers
Consents for new homes at all-time high
Drop in unemployment shows Govt economic plan is working
Unemployment declines as underutilisation rises
Home transfers up by a third