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New Zealand in Profile is discontinued

From 2016, we’re no longer producing our New Zealand in Profile (NZIP) pamphlet. Instead, we’re focusing on developing new and better ways for our customers to get the latest information and statistics.

It’s all part of our regular review of the resources we produce – to ensure we provide easily accessible information for and about New Zealand. Our ongoing focus is to provide you with the latest data and statistics available.

If not NZIP, then what?

Statistics NZ and other government agencies publish many releases and infographics that provide overviews about, and for, New Zealanders. Here are links to some of them.

Statistics NZ’s infographics – these tell New Zealand’s statistical stories and can be downloaded and printed for free.

Statistics NZ’s data visualisations – which explore and help you understand New Zealand's society, economy, and environment through interactive data visualisations.

Te Ara – The Encyclopedia of New Zealand – a comprehensive guide to our people, natural environment, history, culture, economy, and society through stories and pictures.

Data for Business – find Statistics NZ’s business tools, data, and case studies all in one place to help your business.

The New Zealand Story business toolkit – find infographics, images, videos, and research specifically designed to help you better communicate our country’s value to the world.

Regional Economic Activity Report – here’s economic data on New Zealand’s 16 regions. The report highlights trends, challenges, and opportunities for each region and is a useful tool to support planning and better decision-making.

New Zealand’s environment at a glance – this infographic provides a snapshot of New Zealand’s environment. It presents key findings from the Environment Aotearoa 2015 report and can be used online or printed as a poster.

Published 29 January 2016

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