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Statistics New Zealand Releases May 2006

May 2006
http://www.stats.govt.nz/products-and-services/release-calendar/may-2006.htm

All Statistics New Zealand media and Hot Off The Press information releases are published at 10:45am.

M = Media Conference
P = Publication

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Mon 8 M Labour Cost Index (Salary and Wage Rates): March 2006 quarter
Mon 8 M Quarterly Employment Survey: March 2006 quarter

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Wed 10 Food Price Index: April 2006

Thu 11 M Household Labour Force Survey: March 2006 quarter

Fri 12 National Population Estimates: March 2006 quarter
Fri 12 Accommodation Survey: March 2006

Mon 15 M Retail Trade Survey: March 2006
Mon 15 P Key Statistics: May 2006

Tue 16 Capital Goods Price Index: March 2006 quarter

Wed 17 M Producers Price Index: March 2006 quarter

Thu 18 Births and Deaths: March 2006 quarter

Fri 19 M External Migration: April 2006

Mon 22 Marriages, Civil Unions and Dissolutions: Year ended December 2005

Tue 23 Linked Employer-Employee Data: May 2006

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Thu 25 M Overseas Merchandise Trade: April 2006

Fri 26 District Health Board Financial Statistics: March 2006 quarter
Fri 26 P International Visitor Arrivals: April 2006

Mon 29 2006 Census of Population and Dwellings – Provisional Results: 2006

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Wed 31 M Building Consents Issued: April 2006

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