NIDEA in the news
Dr Arama Rata on Stuff National News Survey finds Māori have strong affinity with Asian countries, people and cultures” - 06 March 2019
Dr Tahu Kukutai in The Dominion Post Māori electorate seat at risk due to Census 2018 debacle - 05 March 2019
Professor Francis Collins on Breakfast on One Cost of homes rent prompting kiwi millennials to ditch Auckland in favour of other regions - 30 October 2018
Professor Francis Collins on Stuff National News Millennials ditching the Big Smoke for the regions - 28 October 2018
Dr Tahu Kukutai on Radio New Zealand The future of work - 22 October 2018
Dr Arama Rata on Radio New Zealand Māori ask NZ First who decides 'Kiwi values' - 2 October 2018
Dr Tahu Kukutai on Health Central New Zealand Failed census – a preventable public health policy disaster - 14 August 2018
Dr Tahu Kukutai on Radio New Zealand Maori Seats may be impacted by low census turnout - 31 July 2018
Dr Arama Rata Media coverage of Fair Borders talk by Rahul Bhattarai on the Asia Pacific Report Housing issue not just ethnic – Pākehā leaders have ‘failed’, says author - 19 July 2018
Dr Arama Rata Interview with David Hall on the Pantograph Punch Borders, Divisions and the Space Between: Three Writers on Borders. - 13 July 2018
Dr Arama Rata on Waatea News Migrant conversation for Fair Borders - 26 June 2018
Dr Arama Rata Interview on Radio New Zealand The Panel - 27 February 2018
Dr Arama Rata on Waatea News Treaty Petition Challenges Racial Hierarchy - 7 February 2018
Dr Arama Rata on Te Kāea, Māori Television Call for Treaty to be Included in Citizenship Oath - 7 February 2018
Improving outcomes in cancer diagnosis and treatment 16 August 2016
NIDEA team makes the gold standard 10 February 2016
Professor Jacques Poot talks to Mike Hosking on Breakfast about the migration boom 22 Sep 2015
Why women are having fewer babies, comments from Emeritus Professor Ian Pool - 19 February 2015
Money in the bank, fewer buns in the oven: Why women are having fewer babies
Interview by Kim Hill with Dr Tahu Kukutai as one of the authors of the Royal Society demographic study, Te Pae Tawhiti (Our Futures) - 15 November 2014.
National Radio Interview with Dr Tahu Kukutai
Professor Natalie Jackson discusses implications of depopulation at the Insurance Council’s National Conference - 5 November 2014.
Who will buy the farms?
Interview with Dr Tahu Kukutai on Radio Waatea on the changing Māori population - 31 October 2014.
Interview with Dr Tahu Kukutai on Radio Waatea
Visiting Professor David Bloom, guest of NIDEA and the University of Waikato, gives public lecture on New Zealand’s demographic dividend - 22 October 2014.
The business of ageing
Professor Richard Bedford is awarded title of Emeritus Professor - 16 October 2014.
Richard Bedford honoured
Professor Jacques Poot of NIDEA to lead $5.5 million project of Aotearoa New Zealand (CaDDANZ) - 25 September 2014.
CaDDANZ project 2014-2020
Dr Tahu Kukutai comments the Census shows an increasing number of Maori are identifying iwi affiliations. August 2014.
Census shows more Maori identify tribal affiliations
Professor Natalie Jackson discusses Hamilton’s demographic future in the Winter Lecture Series – 27 August 2014.
The City of the Future: What Can Hamilton Learn From the Others?
Dr William Cochrane comments on the Taranaki District’s changing demographics.
Districts in a show of resilience - South Taranaki looking confident
Dr Tahu Kukutai has been selected to participate in the World Social Science Fellows Seminar in London, July to August 2014.
World Social Science Seminar
Professors Natalie Jackson and Iain White to speak at Insurance Council of New Zealand’s annual conference in November – 23 July 2014
ICNZ Annual Conference - Population Change
Radio NZ: Professor of Population Geography Richard Bedford interviewed by Kim Hill (audio) – 21 July 2014
Future New Zealand
The report of the Royal Society of New Zealand – comments by Professor Natalie Jackson – 17 July 2014.
Professor Jacques Poot is awarded a NZ-UK Link Foundation visiting professorship for 2015 – 4 July 2014.
Visiting UK professorship for NIDEA Researcher
A third of Maori are under 15 years old – implications for New Zealand (New Zealand Herald) - comments from Dr Tahu Kukutai – 2 July 2014
Young Maori could change the face of New Zealand
Internal migration and changing schools now trending downwards (New Zealand Herald) - comments from Professor Jacques Poot – 28 May 2014
Moving house - upheaval at school
Restricting migration could help lower house prices (3 News) - comments from Professor Jacques Poot - 22 May 2014
Migration and lower house prices
Professor Natalie Jackson to speak at Property Council meeting in Hamilton today (3 News) –30 April 2014
Bid by Property Council to amalgamate Waikato Councils
Dr Bill Cochrane comments on the Global Drug Survey (Dominion Post) – 19 April 2014
Global Drug Survey
Dr Tahu Kukutai on the panel to discuss the findings of the New Zealanders' Perceptions of Asia and Asian Peoples in 2013 Survey (31 March)
New Zealanders' are keen to learn about Asian language and culture
Professor Peggy Koopman-Boyden says sport facilities should ensure they cater for the needs of older residents (18 March)
Sports facilities for older residents
Professor Peggy Koopman-Boyden comments to the Waikato Times that crime and living on the state pension were important issues for older citizens (17 March)
Crime, pensions and economic recovery - concerns of older citizens
Dr Tahu Kukutai comments to the NZ Herald that there is still no trend towards Maori and Pacific Island incomes catching up with those of Europeans (17 March)
NZ is wasting the Maori and Pacific Island demographic dividend
Dr Mervyl McPherson comments on the 'major sociological shift' in society's views of single-person households (3 March)
New Zealand society trends
Professor Jacques Poot is involved with a project with researchers at Purdue University, Indiana, examining job-education mismatch amongst male immigrants to the US (24 February)
Job-education mismatch amongst American male immigrants
Professor Jacques Poot and Professor John Gibson are up for the top 20 sexiest economists for 2014 (17 February)
New Zealand's sexiest economist 2014