A record of notes issues and coin minted.
Selected tables providing information on New Zealand’s external position, including international reserves and foreign currency liquidity, selected account positions at the IMF and the liabilities owed by New Zealand residents to non-residents arising from the acquisition of foreign financial resources and/or goods and services.
A collection of survey results on Government securities: ownership, maturity structure, sales and turnover.
Selected macro-economic data. Statistics New Zealand, New Zealand’s national statistical office, is the prime source of these series.
A collection of survey information on selected New Zealand financial institutions.
Selected wholesale and retail interest rates. Wholesale market data are indicative market mid-rates collected at 11.10am from Reuters’ electronic wire services. Selected retail interest rates are reported as at the last working day of the month
Selected exchange rates. All wholesale market data are indicative market mid-rates collected at 11.10am from Reuters’ electronic wire services.
Callouts for the Fire Service regions (North, Central, South) including times, durations, results, stations, and addresses. Data is presented in an HTML table for each of the past 7 days.
The data supplied is an extract from the SMS fire incident reporting system maintained by the New Zealand Fire Service. It is not complete statistical data and should not be relied on for statistical analysis. A full incident report can be provided on request under the Official Information Act.
New Zealand is obligated under international law to give effect to United Nations resolutions against terrorism, including taking steps to prevent terrorist financing, recruiting or other forms of support. New Zealand is further obligated to apply these measures against specific entities listed by the United Nations Security Counsel as being associated with the Taleban or Al-Qaeda network.
The Terrorism Suppression Act 2002 provides for a list of terrrorist entities to be established and maintained in New Zealand. All terrorist entities listed by the United Nations are automatically listed by New Zealand. These entities remain terrorist entities in New Zealand for as long as they remain listed by the United Nations.