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Thursday, 18 August 2016

New Zealand's population boom

New Zealand's population boom
 - This record population growth was driven largely by net migration – New Zealand gained nearly 70,000 people through accepting more immigrants than it lost in emigration. This is a record number, and a large turnaround in a short number of years – in fact in 2012 there was a net loss of people from migration from New Zealand. In the past decade the annual net migration to New Zealand has only been just under 22,000 per year. But since 2013 the net migration figure has grown exponentially, largely due to New Zealanders returning from