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The average number of pregnancies a woman would have during her life if she experienced the...

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From 1 September 1995, stillbirth is a child born dead that either weighs 400g or more at birth or...

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Half are younger and half are older than this age.

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The estimated resident population of New Zealand is an estimate of all people who usually live in...

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An estimate of all people present in a given area at a given date.

The estimated de facto...

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Refers to the Xth week, not complete weeks. For example, 7 weeks and 5 days is recorded as 8 weeks.

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The proportion of pregnancies terminated by an induced abortion. From 2007, Stats NZ's standard for ...

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The number of induced abortions per 1,000 mean estimated number of women aged 15-44 years.

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The number of induced abortions per 1,000 mean estimated population.

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Foetal loss excluding stillbirths, usually during the first 20 weeks of gestation. Induced...

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A measure relating to an age group. Age-specific rates are commonly calculated for fertility,...

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A large business is 50 or more rolling mean employment.

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A medium business is between 20 and less than 50 rolling mean employment.

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A small business is between 2 and less than 20 Roling Mean Employment

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This is a broad-based consumer tax levied at a flat rate of 12.5% on all goods and services...

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Any of the following:

  • Freehold estate, including fee simple and life estate
  • Leasehold estate...
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A summary of whether any of the buyers or sellers in a property transfer are tax resident in any...

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All non-exempt parties stated the same tax residence (or all parties were exempt).

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Under the Overseas Investment Act 2005, an 'overseas person' is either:

  • an individual who is...
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Any transfer of specified estate in land. Not all transfers involve a sale. For example, they could ...

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A transferor of specified estate in land.

Where a transferor is a trust, each trustee is considered ...

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At least one party stated an overseas tax residence, but at least one other non-exempt party stated ...

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A person or company who stated at least one overseas tax residence on a land transfer tax...

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A person or company who stated no overseas tax residences on a land transfer tax statement, and who ...

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A property transfer where at least one buyer and one seller both stated on the land transfer tax...

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