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A dwelling is defined as unoccupied if it is:

  • unoccupied at all times during the 12 hours...
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A dwelling is defined as unoccupied if it is: Unoccupied at all times during the twelve hours...

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The 2001 Census activities question is used to provide information on the level of unpaid work that ...

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A person who works without pay in an economic enterprise that is owned and operated by a relative.

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Unpaid work covers unpaid activities performed in the four weeks prior to census that are either:

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Unpaid work covers unpaid activities performed in the four weeks prior to census that are either: • ...

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A relationship classification introduced for the external lending and debt series. Captures all...

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People who have a non-familial relationship.

Refer also to ‘Non-familial relationship’.

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People who have a non-familial relationship.

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Items mentioned in the FPI release are usually those that made a large contribution to the overall...

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Non-administrative areas with urban characteristics and a high to moderate concentration of...

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Urban areas are statistically defined areas with no administrative or legal basis. There is a...

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Urban areas are statistically defined areas with no administrative or legal basis. There is a 3...

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Urban areas are statistically defined areas with no administrative or legal basis. They are...

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The urban rural geography classifies New Zealand into areas that share common urban or rural...

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Universal serial bus modem. A small portable device that functions as a modem and plugs into a...

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There are three key frameworks used to underpin index design; acquisition, payment, and use. Under...

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The place or places a person occupies within their regular routine of life (except places visited...

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The number of hours a respondent ordinarily works each week. A week is normally understood to be...

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The number of hours the respondent usually works in employment during a particular reference...

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Usual residence is the meshblock of the dwelling where a person considers himself or herself to...

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This is a statistical, not a legal, definition generally based on a person's self-identified usual...

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Usual residence is the address of the dwelling where a person considers himself or herself to...

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A person's usual residence is the address of the dwelling or place where the person considers...

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Usual residence five years ago is the usual residence of a respondent on 6 March 2001.

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