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Over the last decade gaming has increased in popularity as a form of entertainment. New forms of gaming and the increased level of advertising have meant that the gaming industry now forms a significant part of the New Zealand economy. Official statistics provide insights into the social and economic costs and benefits associated with the rise of gaming in New Zealand.

For the Department of Internal Affairs report released from the 1998-1999 New Zealand Gaming Survey "Taking the pulse on gambling and problem gambling".

Information Releases

Annual Enterprise Survey - Information Releases
Business Activity (GST) Indicator - Information Releases


Business Activity Statistics 1998 - Part 3: Gaming Industry - Reference Reports

Classifications and Standards

Information about the Business Activity (GST) Indicator

Overview Information

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Drug and anti-social offences

Profile of New Zealand - Sport, Fitness and Leisure

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