The boom in property prices from 2013-16 boosted the New Zealand household sector’s assets by $184 billion to $1.312 trillion in March 2016, Statistics NZ said yesterday.
Gross domestic product rose by a seasonally adjusted 0.9% for the third successive quarter in June.
Auckland grew at 119 people/day in the last year, according to the latest research from Statistics NZ. That’s equal to demand for about 44 new homes/day at an occupancy rate of 2.7/household.
Why would a city that’s proven incapable of explaining its scientific ingenuity want to join an international organisation which demands innovation as an entry card?
Published 23 September 2011 Economic Development Minister David Carter & Health Minister Tony Ryall said yesterday the Government would commit $3 million to the development of a national health innovation “hub”, which has a projected cost of $24 million over 5 years. The balance will come from a mix of public & private sources. The […]
Published 3 May 2011 Some obstacles to New Zealand becoming an international funds account & administration centre are being removed, but a report released by the Government today contains plenty more points indicating such a creation is unlikely – especially if the usual long-think process is performed. A taskforce established by Cabinet in March 2010, […]