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Canterbury lamb gives way to dairy
New tool compares household wealth
Marriage and divorce continue downward trend
Drop in home transfers to overseas buyers
Auckland leads regional home consents
Unemployment continues to fall, wages rise
Fewer jobs and more on benefit
Unemployment rate edges down to 4.2 percent
Stats Minister confirms funding for Census fix
Census delays are only thing adding up
2018 Census – real data about real people
How Stats NZ looks after your information
Beneficiaries hit hardest by price rises
March exports hit a record $5.7 billion
New report signals nine top environmental issues facing New Zealand
Cigarette price rise offsets cheaper petrol
International guest nights dip in February
Lower fuel spending dents retail card sales
Visitor numbers from China fall short of last year’s record
Net migration provisionally at 61,600
Brunch at home takes bigger bite out of wallet
New approach for rent measurement a world first
Stats NZ releases letter to Governance and Administration Select Committee
Screen contractors move centre stage
Double Trouble with Census 2018
‘Wellbeing’ indicators impossible to deliver
Screen production cools
Capital Gains Tax would hit 500,000 businesses
Census isn’t adding up, what’s Stats NZ hiding?
Strong start to home consents in 2019
Fibre uptake by businesses doubles in four years
Flexible leave and work arrangements common
Pay boost for 200,000 Kiwis this Monday
Lamb exports climb to record levels
Service industries drive GDP growth
Current account deficit unchanged at $2.5 billion
Otago tops regional GDP increases
Total international travellers pass 14 million
Net migration provisionally at 58,400
Guest nights flat in January
Butter prices go into meltdown
KiwiSaver nest eggs grow $5,000 in three years
Steady growth in retail card spending
Meat and dairy up in December
Auckland’s commercial construction drives growth
Quiet December quarter for wholesale trade
CensusAtSchool to inspire a new generation of curious minds
Two-way trade with CPTPP countries nears $50 billion