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One new electorate for North Island
Services lead GDP growth
Current account deficit narrows to $2.4 billion
Kiwis keep commercial accommodation busy through winter
Tomato and bacon prices streak ahead
Visitor arrivals from Asia continue to fall
Net migration levels steady
Kiwis work hard at multiple jobs
Retail card spending bounces back
Meat and dairy products lead manufacturing fall
Fruit exports boost wholesale trade
Non-residential building activity slows
Accountability is a core principle of public service
Travel, kiwifruit, and cars top trade with Japan
Expected updates for population statistics 2019-20
Lamb export prices spring to a new high
Over 35,000 homes consented in July year
Employment gap for disabled people remains high
Butter exports halved in July
Lull in retail spending for June
Gender pay gap unchanged since 2017
Dairy product prices for manufacturers up 8.7 percent
Cruise ship numbers and spend swell
New Zealand’s population grows 1.6 percent in June year
Record 40.4 million guest nights
Meat prices drive increase in overall food price index
Slight dip in retail card spending
Fall in visitor arrivals from Asia
Net migration remains around 50,000
Minimum wage rise boosts private sector pay rates
Unemployment falls to 11-year low
Farming, forestry, and fishing most risky for injury
Stats NZ misses another Census deadline
Auckland hits record 14,000 home consents
Stats NZ convenes Data Ethics Advisory Group
It’s in bag – Kiwis react to banning single-use plastic bags
Overseas people buy 75 inner-Auckland homes
New online tool shows how your rates are spent
Rising rents hit beneficiary budgets most
More log exports despite falling prices
Dissatisfied workers less satisfied with life
Fuel and rent drive inflation
Migration remains high in 2018
International travel quiet in May
Fall in international guest nights continues
Spending flat as petrol prices drop
Sweet spot for cakes and biscuits sends June food prices down
Over half of employees in New Zealand have flexible work hours