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So for all the complaints about the mostly overseas owned banking and insurance sector. Not only did it survive the GFC relatively unscathed, but it also pays Kiwi workers better than any other industry…
Graphically displays why New Zealand is a Socialist cesspit.
With 4 of the top 5 places taken up Government depts or is agencies.
When the country spends more on Arts and Farts than it does on Accommodation.
You have to question if New Zealand has its priorities right.
The far north has the nicest climate in NZ I reckon and fantastic beaches. They need to push to get that holiday highway that the commies hate so much opened up so rich aucklanders can scoot up there more easily and spend some money on their days off. Time to unclog the arteries. Let’s facilitate access to the economic powerhouse of auckland to the poorest in the country who live right next door.
Average weekly household costs of $249 seems very, very low. I wonder what they mean by “household”, and what costs are factored into that $249. Maybe they mean average weekly food costs, which could be plausible, but households spend money on many things other than food.
Average weekly household costs of $249 seems very, very low.
It’s Statistics NZ’s average weekly total housing costs, including mortgages and loans, rent, rates, and building-related insurance, from the household economic survey. The whole infographic is very sloppy.