NZ population growth may be dependent on immigration

New Zealand will be made made up of a people of multiple “national” identities and its population growth may be entirely dependent on immigration, says a new study.

The report – Our Futures: Te Pae Tawhiti – released today by an expert panel of the Royal Society of New Zealand, analysed data from the 2013 Census and other sources.

Seven key themes from the Census data and analyses were identified for the report — diversity, population growth, tangata whenua, migration, households and families, regional variation and work. Continue reading


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