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Jun

Q1 Regional Scorecard

Scoreboard Q1 2018

Northland has stormed up six places to the top of Scoreboard to grab quarter 1's gold medal. The region showed solid ratings across all of the measures this quarter. The warm summer may have something to do with the strong showing! Tasman drops down one place to second with Bay of Plenty making up 12 places to round out the top three.

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Quarter
Change
Northland 1 7= Up 6
Tasman 2 1  Down 1
Bay of Plenty 3 12 Up 9
Marlborough 4 3  Down 1
Otago 5 2 Down 2
Gisborne 6 4 Down 2
Waikato 7 7= No change
Southland 8 9 Up 1
Canterbury 9 15 Up 6
Auckland 10 13= Up 3
Wellington 11 10 No change
Nelson 12 5 Down 7
Hawkes Bay 13 6 Down 7
West Coast 14 16 Up 2
Manawatu - Whanganui 15 11 Down 4
Taranaki 16 13= Down 3

The NZ Regional Economic Scoreboard takes the latest quarterly regional statistics and ranks the economic performance of New Zealand’s 16 Regional Council areas. The fastest growing regions gain the highest ratings, and a good performance by the national economy raises the ratings of all regions. Ratings are updated every three months, and are based on 11 measures, including employment, construction, retail trade, and house prices.

Click here to read the full report from ASB

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