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When demographic data is recorded

Information on the gender, age group, and ethnicity of a person...

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How the most serious offence is determined in tables

A range of information is used to determine...

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Information about the court data in the tables

Totals shown for the courts are the combined figures ...

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Differences between police- and court-sourced data

Note the following differences between police-...

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Table differences

The way the tables count people differs as follows:

  • The prosecuted adult and...
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Charge statistics

Charge statistics measure the volume and type of offences processed by courts....

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includes all forms of rates, such as uniform annual general charges, water rates, and targeted...

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is debt due to be paid after the next 12 months.

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involve the transfer of ownership or control of assets by a third party to local authorities....

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occurs because operating expenditure exceeds operating income.

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is the amount spent on providing core services.

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is funding earned to provide core services.

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occurs because operating income exceeds operating expenditure.

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is the difference between the value of assets and liabilities.

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are obligations to pay off debt due in more than 12 months. These include term debt and other...

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mainly arise from valuation changes. This means that local authorities have re-assessed the value...

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are the gross earnings of all paid employees of the local authority. Includes overtime, sick and...

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are city councils, district councils, unitary authorities, and regional councils in New Zealand.

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can be fixed assets, such as infrastructure, land and buildings, or long-term investments,...

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is the gradual writing-off over time of the value of physical asset such as infrastructural assets, ...

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development contributions are charges developers pay for development work (such as subdivisions or...

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are short-term assets or those readily converted to cash. Examples include: cash and bank deposits, ...

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are short-term debts due to be paid within the next 12 months. These include short-term provision...

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relate to the provision of core services by local authorities.

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is the gradual writing-off of the value of an asset over time. It is charged on intangible assets...

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