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Statistics New Zealand


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Policy report

07 Jul 2017

This privacy impact assessment (PIA) provides an overarching, systematic evaluation of privacy and other risks associated with integrating data into the Integrated Data Infrastructure (IDI), and how these risks are being managed. This PIA also summarises some of the expected benefits of the IDI...

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Website

21 Jul 2016

The Integrated Data Infrastructure (IDI) is a large research database containing microdata about people and households in New Zealand. Data is from a range of government agencies, Statistics NZ surveys including the 2013 Census, and non-government organisations. The IDI holds over 166 billion...

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Research report

11 Jul 2016

The review identified options for addressing critical statistical data needs for a social investment approach, taking account of the impact and outcomes of crime. The Ministry of Justice wishes to ensure that the right information is available in a timely and efficient way – to inform better...

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14 Jun 2016

Integrated data provides valuable insights to improve social and economic outcomes for New Zealand. Statistics New Zealand's Integrated Data Infrastructure (IDI) combines information from a range of organisations to enable decision makers to address complex issues.

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Statistics

30 Jun 2015

The 65-years-and-over age group nearly doubled in number between 1981 and 2013 – from 309,795 to 607,032 people – according to 2013 Census results.

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The 65-years-and-over age group nearly doubled in number between 1981 and 2013 – from 309,795 to 607,032...

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Research report

23 Jun 2015

A new report from Statistics New Zealand shows the importance of collecting good information about the one in four Māori who are disabled.

He hauā Māori: findings from the 2013 disability survey shows that while many disabled Māori enjoy good levels of material well-being and quality of...

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Fact sheet

08 Apr 2015

New Zealand screen industry revenue was $3.155 billion, up $7 million from 2013.

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  • New Zealand screen industry revenue was $3.155 billion, up $7 million from 2013.
  • 91 percent of businesses in the screen industry are small businesses, earning
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Research report

05 Nov 2014

Rising employment is more than keeping up with New Zealand's growing population, while unemployment has fallen to 5.4 percent, according to this report.

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In the September 2014 quarter compared with the June 2014 quarter:

  • The number of filled
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Research report

03 Sep 2014

Introduction: Building activity volume showed a small increase in the June 2014 quarter, according to this report.

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For the June 2014 quarter, after price changes and seasonal variations are removed:

  • Residential building
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Research report

This short report summarises Statistics New Zealand's investigation into the effect of motherhood on women’s pay in New Zealand. It is intended to guide future research in this area by measuring the difference in the gender pay gap between parents and non-parents of both sexes. In particular, we...

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Policy report

07 Jul 2017

This privacy impact assessment (PIA) provides an overarching, systematic evaluation of privacy and other risks associated with integrating data into the Integrated Data Infrastructure (IDI), and how these risks are being managed. This PIA also summarises some of the expected benefits of the IDI...

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Research report

04 Jul 2014

This report quantifies in dollar terms the benefits to New Zealand gained through the use of census and population statistics information.

The conclusion is clear: despite significant difficulties in developing a rigorous quantification, it is reasonable to conclude that the census...

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