This page continues from the Pacific peoples page, which has the most recent information.
Reports and articles
Pacific mobility in New Zealand (published 2009)
People of Pacific ethnicities have a long history of settlement in New Zealand, and on-going migration from the Pacific. This paper reports on the diversity and migration of the Pacific population within New Zealand. Downloadable Excel tables are available in this report.
QuickStats about Pacific peoples (published 2008)
Information from the 2006 Census on people identifying with the Pacific peoples ethnic group who usually live in New Zealand. It also includes data that relates specifically to the seven largest Pacific ethnic groups: Samoan, Cook Islands Maori, Tongan, Niuean, Fijian, Tokelauan, and Tuvaluan.
Pacific profiles: 2006 (published 2007)
Detailed information on the seven largest Pacific peoples ethnic groups. These reports cover topics such as demographics, language, religion, families and households, income, housing, and smoking behaviour.
Concerning language (published 2004)
Report examining the relationship between language retention and selected variables for selected ethnic groups in New Zealand, using data from the 2001 Census.
2001 Census: Pacific profiles (published 2003)
Information from the 2001 Census. Individual profiles of each Pacific group include information on demographics, language, religion, families and households, education, the labour force, income, housing, and access to amenities such as the Internet.