Home building consents pass 30,000 a year

Press Release – Statistics New Zealand

The annual number of homes consented has passed 30,000 for the first time in 11 years, Statistics New Zealand said today. Read more »

Foss: Fourth Data Hui

Speech – New Zealand Government

It is a pleasure to be here at the Fourth Data Hui. As Minister of Statistics, I see these event as a golden opportunity to discuss the challenges and opportunities we all face in the modern data environment. Read more »

Dogs Will Receive 2x The Gifts Than Cats This Holiday Season

Press Release – SLI Systems

SLI Systems Analysis of 3.5 Million E-Commerce Site Searches Finds Dog Beds and Cat Toys Most Popular Items; Dog Lovers Most Likely to Shop Sales Read more »

Residential building activity grows on strong foundations

Press Release – Statistics New Zealand

The volume of residential building work rose 2.4 percent in the September 2016 quarter, Statistics New Zealand said today. This rise followed 5.7 and 5.6 percent increases in the June and March quarters, respectively. Read more »

Child poverty in NZ is bad and not getting any better

Press Release – Closing The Gap

Income Equality Aotearoa New Zealand Inc. ( Closing the Gap MEDIA RELEASE: Child Poverty Monitor partnership show that child poverty in New Zealand is bad and not getting any better Read more »

NZ’s Internet skyrocketing but digital divide still evident

Press Release – InternetNZ

InternetNZ has welcomed a new report showing Internet trends over the last nine years. The trends report has been released by the Auckland University of Technology and is a collation of the biennial NZ World Internet Project surveys from 2007-2015. Read more »

Catheter Ablation Dominates the Atrial Fibrillation Market

Article – Allied Market Research

Catheter ablation is a surgical procedure, performed using thin flexible wires called catheters for the treatment of atrial fibrillation or cardiac arrhythmia. . The catheters reach the heart through blood vessels to destroy the abnormal tissues that cause … Read more »

Child poverty statistics show we’re failing to turn the tide

Press Release – Every Child Counts

The latest Child Poverty Monitor statistics show the country is failing to dent the numbers of children living in hardship. Read more »

Stable economic outlook across the primary sector

Press Release – Ministry For Primary Industries

The Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) says the outlook across the primary sector is stable for the current year, as the dairy industry begins to rebound and growth continues for the horticulture and forestry sectors. This is offset by a forecast … Read more »

Report shows addiction a major driver of crime

Press Release – Addiction Practitioners’ Association Aotearoa

The Addiction Practitioners Association of Aotearoa New Zealand ( dapaanz ) says the latest Arrestee Drug Use Monitor (NZ-ADUM) paints a stark picture of just how New Zealands approach to drug use needs to change, and the price we will keep … Read more »

Confusion & apprehension lift in Hamilton housing market

Press Release – Lodge Real Estate

Lodge Real Estates managing director Jeremy ORourke says, After a few months of decreased activity in the Hamilton residential housing market, both buyers and sellers are back in force. Read more »

Overseas Trade Indexes (Prices and Volumes): Sept 2016 qtr

Press Release – Statistics New Zealand

To access time series data for Overseas Trade Indexes (Prices and Volumes): September 2016 quarter (provisional), select the following categories from the Infoshare homepage: Read more »

Utilities Disputes releases six-monthly report

Press Release – Utilities Disputes

In the six months to 30 September 2016, Utilities Disputes Ltd (formerly the office of the Electricity and Gas Complaints Commissioner) recorded 2047 enquiries, up 18.3% from the previous six month period. Complaints decreased by 10.6% with 1162 recorded … Read more »

Manufacturing sales continue to rise

Press Release – Statistics New Zealand

Total manufacturing sales rose in the September 2016 quarter, led by a rise in petroleum and coal product manufacturing, Statistics New Zealand said today. Read more »

Statistics New Zealand update for 12 December 2016

Press Release – Statistics New Zealand

12 December 2016 We update this page regularly to tell you about progress in restoring our website following the 7.8 earthquake on 14 November 2016. Upcoming releases, week beginning 12 December 13 December Economic Survey of Manufacturing: September … Read more »

Report reveals drop in 1080 use

Press Release – Environmental Protection Authority

The total land area treated with 1080 during 2015 was almost two-thirds less than that of 2014. Read more »

Celebrating in style – First week of December speending

Press Release – Paymark

A total of $1290 million was spent through the Paymark network in the first 7 days of December. This represents an underlying 5.4% increase on last year, once large merchants additions and removals from the network in the interim period are excluded. Read more »

NZ house prices rise 13% to record in November

Article – BusinessDesk

New Zealand’s median house price rose 13 percent to a record in November, with all regions posting an increase, according to the Real Estate Institute. Read more »

International Travel and Migration: October 2016 – tables

Press Release – Statistics New Zealand

Today we added the full set of Excel tables to the previously published International Travel and Migration: October 2016. Visit International Travel and Migration: October 2016 Go to Infoshare , and select the following categories from the Infoshare … Read more »

Wholesale trade up in September quarter

Press Release – Statistics New Zealand

Wholesale trade sales rose again in the September 2016 quarter, after rising in the June 2016 quarter, Statistics New Zealand said today. Read more »

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