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Census 2023:

July 27, 2020

Iwi leaders want government to give Māori much more say

Iwi leaders are urging the government to set new priorities for the next census that give Māori much more say.The government has increased the budget for the 2023 Census to $210 million, two thirds more than in 2018, but less than Stats NZ advised would improve data qu...
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