Statistics NZ

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20th Jul 18, 11:43am
Lowest migration gain for month of June since 2014 as population loss to Australia starts to trickle up
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Lowest migration gain for month of June since 2014 as population loss to Australia starts to trickle up
20th Jul 18, 11:43am
6th Jul 18, 10:00am
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Henry Lynch on the foreign buyer data debacle, how chatbots are channelling customers, the Australian banking sector, the FIFA’s World Cup strange connection to toilets, and the meaning of life
Henry Lynch on the foreign buyer data debacle, how chatbots are channelling customers, the Australian banking sector, the FIFA’s World Cup strange connection to toilets, and the meaning of life
6th Jul 18, 10:00am
29th Jun 18, 11:25am
Surge in new dwelling consents in Auckland could be the beginning of the end for the region's housing shortage
Surge in new dwelling consents in Auckland could be the beginning of the end for the region's housing shortage
29th Jun 18, 11:25am
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22nd Jun 18, 11:36am
Population growth from migration continues slowing with big drops in gains from China, India and the UK, Statistics NZ says
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Population growth from migration continues slowing with big drops in gains from China, India and the UK, Statistics NZ says
22nd Jun 18, 11:36am
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7th Jun 18, 11:39am
Overseas house buyer activity is concentrated in places like Auckland and Queenstown
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Overseas house buyer activity is concentrated in places like Auckland and Queenstown
7th Jun 18, 11:39am
5th Jun 18, 2:21pm
There's been a drop in the average size of new houses and townhouses being built in Auckland, which may help bring prices down
There's been a drop in the average size of new houses and townhouses being built in Auckland, which may help bring prices down
5th Jun 18, 2:21pm
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30th May 18, 11:21am
Good news for Aucklanders with the number of new dwelling consents up and average values falling, suggesting a shift towards more affordable new housing
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Good news for Aucklanders with the number of new dwelling consents up and average values falling, suggesting a shift towards more affordable new housing
30th May 18, 11:21am
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21st May 18, 11:27am
Rising numbers of non-New Zealanders are continuing to leave, pushing net migration down from high levels to an annual gain of 67,000 in April, down nearly 5000 from a year earlier
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Rising numbers of non-New Zealanders are continuing to leave, pushing net migration down from high levels to an annual gain of 67,000 in April, down nearly 5000 from a year earlier
21st May 18, 11:27am
4th May 18, 12:25pm
Rodney Dickens doubts landlords' costs drive rents, suggesting it's more likely income growth does. But he finds there is confusion in the data with the biggest threat from inflation
Rodney Dickens doubts landlords' costs drive rents, suggesting it's more likely income growth does. But he finds there is confusion in the data with the biggest threat from inflation
4th May 18, 12:25pm
2nd May 18, 10:57am
New Zealand’s unemployment rate drops to 4.4%, in line with the Reserve Bank’s forecast
New Zealand’s unemployment rate drops to 4.4%, in line with the Reserve Bank’s forecast
2nd May 18, 10:57am
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1st May 18, 11:09am
Statistics New Zealand says there were 2926 new homes consented nationally in March, up 5.3% on the same month a year earlier; Auckland had 1082 consents, up 14.9%
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Statistics New Zealand says there were 2926 new homes consented nationally in March, up 5.3% on the same month a year earlier; Auckland had 1082 consents, up 14.9%
1st May 18, 11:09am
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24th Apr 18, 11:05am
Immigration is continuing to drop from very high levels spurred by rising numbers of departing non-New Zealanders; over 3000 non-Kiwis left in March - a record for a March month
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Immigration is continuing to drop from very high levels spurred by rising numbers of departing non-New Zealanders; over 3000 non-Kiwis left in March - a record for a March month
24th Apr 18, 11:05am
29th Mar 18, 11:17am
The number of new homes consented in February fell year-on-year and the annual growth rate is slowing
The number of new homes consented in February fell year-on-year and the annual growth rate is slowing
29th Mar 18, 11:17am
21st Mar 18, 1:22pm
Auckland region's annual GDP bigger than Wellington, Canterbury and Waikato's combined, Statistics NZ figures show
Auckland region's annual GDP bigger than Wellington, Canterbury and Waikato's combined, Statistics NZ figures show
21st Mar 18, 1:22pm
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21st Mar 18, 11:24am
Migration gain continues its downward path with more non-New Zealand citizens returning home
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Migration gain continues its downward path with more non-New Zealand citizens returning home
21st Mar 18, 11:24am
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15th Mar 18, 11:22am
New Zealand’s economy grew by a whisker under 3% last year as GDP data for the fourth quarter of 2017 came in under market expectations – the growth figure is more than 1% off 2016’s figure
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New Zealand’s economy grew by a whisker under 3% last year as GDP data for the fourth quarter of 2017 came in under market expectations – the growth figure is more than 1% off 2016’s figure
15th Mar 18, 11:22am
2nd Mar 18, 11:21am
Encouraging start to year with building consents up strongly in Auckland compared to a year ago
Encouraging start to year with building consents up strongly in Auckland compared to a year ago
2nd Mar 18, 11:21am
28th Feb 18, 11:22am
Annual net gain from migration down 1.6% to 70,147 in year to January
Annual net gain from migration down 1.6% to 70,147 in year to January
28th Feb 18, 11:22am
18th Feb 18, 7:02am
This government could find itself with a worse housing crisis on its plate than the one it inherited from National, Greg Ninness suggests
This government could find itself with a worse housing crisis on its plate than the one it inherited from National, Greg Ninness suggests
18th Feb 18, 7:02am
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7th Feb 18, 11:06am
At 4.5%, New Zealand’s unemployment rate is at its lowest since December 2008 and there are some promising signs wage inflation is beginning to pick up some steam
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At 4.5%, New Zealand’s unemployment rate is at its lowest since December 2008 and there are some promising signs wage inflation is beginning to pick up some steam
7th Feb 18, 11:06am

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