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New Zealand screen industry revenue was $3.155 billion, up $7 million from 2013.
Key factsNew 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 less than...
Of New Zealand's 16 regions, only Auckland and Canterbury's population growth rate was above the national average, according to this report.
In the June 2014 year the estimates indicate:15 of New Zealand's 16 regions experienced population growth. Auckland...
Of New Zealand’s $171.2 billion total investment abroad, 58.1 percent was in Australia, the United States, and the United Kingdom.
At 31 March 2014:Of New Zealand’s $171.2 billion total investment abroad, 58.1 percent was in Australia, the United...
Summary: I n the year to August 2014, food prices increased 0.7 percent, following a 0.1 percent decrease in the year to July 2014.
Higher annual prices for restaurant meals and ready-to-eat food (up 2.4 percent) were influenced by increases for both ready-to-eat...
A collection of statistics about Mäori people, covering language, well-being, education and cultural engagement.
Here is an updated collection of our statistics about Mäori and from a Mäori perspective. Browse through them for an understanding of Mäori well-being and development....
The number of abortions performed in New Zealand decreased in 2013, according to this report.
The number of abortions performed in New Zealand decreased in 2013, Statistics New Zealand said today. A total of 14,073 induced abortions were performed in New Zealand in 2013....
Statistics NZ is responsible for releasing marriage and civil union registration data. Data refers to marriages and civil unions that have occurred and been registered with Births, Deaths, and Marriages. Provisional civil union and marriage quarterly data will be available from Statistics NZ within five...
This article takes a closer look at people working in the screen industry, and their jobs. It builds on an experimental series published in 2012 that uses Linked Employer-Employee Data (LEED) to supplement the Screen Industry Survey.
The Screen Industry Survey is an annual...