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FULL COVERAGE: The Social Report 2006

FULL COVERAGE: The Social Report 2006

Social Welfare: Wellbeing Report-O-Rama Continues - The Social Report 2006, released today by the Ministry of Social Development, shows that New Zealanders' social wellbeing is continuing to improve. "Twenty-five of the 42 indicators we monitor have been updated this year and most continue the improving trends shown in previous years" said Marcel Lauziere, Deputy Chief Executive of Social Development Policy and Knowledge. "This includes most of the indicators in the Health, Knowledge and Skills, and Paid Work domains. See... NZ's social wellbeing continuing to improve
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  • National - Report confirms more living in severe hardship
  • National - Report confirms more living in severe hardship
  • Greens - Government earns fail mark from Social Report
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