This page includes links to population-related matters discussed in the New Zealand media.
‘Study reveals come-and-go migrants’, 8 May 2015. New Zealand Herald article discussing the results of a report titled ‘Home on the Move – New Chinese Immigrants to New Zealand as Transnationals’, by Massey University School of Humanities lecturer Sally Liangni Liu. Read here.
‘Asian Auckland: Influx changing face of city’, 10 March 2015. New Zealand Herald article discussing the results of a report titled Asian Auckland: The Multiple Meanings of Diversity, commissioned by the Asia New Zealand Foundation. Read here.
‘Migration key as capital growth tipped to slump’, 28 November 2014: Short article in the Dominion Post by Professor Paul Spoonley, Pro Vice Chancellor of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at Massey University, Auckland on the role of migration in Wellington’s growth Read here.
‘Demography’ 16 November 2014: Dr Tahu Kukutai, Vice President of PANZ Council, on Radio New Zealand’s Saturday Morning show discussing her work in Maori demography and indigenous studies with Kim Hill. Listen here.
‘Future New Zealand’ 19 July 2014: Professor Richard Bedford, Life Member of PANZ discussing the findings of Our Futures: Te Pae Tawhiti, a major review of the implications of population change in New Zealand/Aotearoa commissioned by tthe Royal Society of New Zealand. Listen here.
‘Young Maori to change face of NZ’ 2 July 2014: Article in New Zealand Herald following the release of Te Ao Marama report, published by Statistics New Zealand, with commentary by Professor Paul Spoonley and Dr Tahu Kukutai. Read here.