Final Push for Whānau Māori to Participate in Census

May 25, 2023, 12:22 p.m.

Director of Māori Stats NZ Te Atawhai Tibble is calling on whānau that haven't completed their Census to do so as the deadline nears. As of May 2023, more than 4 million people in Aotearoa have completed their Census. Tibble believes that this figure could be the push whānau are waiting for.

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