15,325 datasets found

  • Directory of Educational Institutions

    Ministry of Education
    Includes Early Childhood Directory, School Directory, and Tertiary Directory in CSV.
    Created 12 August 2020 Updated 28 November 2021
  • Family Services Directory

    Ministry of Social Development
    The Family Services Directory is an online database that holds information on several thousand organisations (providers) that deliver services to support individuals and families, across New Zealand. The provider data is available in several formats to support the different needs of users; ranging from searching for support to producing a local community...
    Created 24 October 2017 Updated 23 November 2021
  • EV Roam charging stations

    Waka Kotahi (NZTA)
    The data is supplied by EV charge station owners and operators via inbound API. It is then served out via API, and forms the basis of various journey maps. A number of organisations use the API, but they need to sign up to access it. This data enables people to access the data immediately, without needing to sign up or access an API. Data reuse...
    Created 10 October 2021 Updated 23 November 2021
  • TMS daily traffic counts API

    Waka Kotahi (NZTA)
    You can also access a zipped csv file version of this dataset. TMS (traffic monitoring system) daily-updated traffic counts CSV   Data reuse caveats: as per license.   Data quality statement: please read the accompanying user manual, explaining: how this data is collected identification of count stations traffic monitoring...
    Created 11 May 2021 Updated 23 November 2021
  • National Road Centreline Road Controlling Authority data

    Waka Kotahi (NZTA)
    RCAs include all Territorial Authorities and Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency. The point geometry of this dataset represents the start and end points of each carriageway. National Road Centreline and RCA attributes - field descriptions The dataset updates every month. Data reuse caveats: as per license. Data quality statement: the October 2018 release...
    Created 11 May 2021 Updated 23 November 2021
  • Motor Vehicle Register API

    Waka Kotahi (NZTA)
    A point-in-time ‘snapshot’ of all vehicles currently registered in New Zealand. The data relates to currently-registered vehicles as recorded on the Motor Vehicle Register (MVR). We update it monthly, so it's accurate up to the end of the previous month.  Download this data as zipped CSV files Registration is the process where we add a vehicle’s...
    Created 10 November 2021 Updated 23 November 2021
  • State highway traffic monitoring sites

    Waka Kotahi (NZTA)
    Information included:counts, provided as average daily flowsan estimate of heavy vehiclesthe number of days sampledtype of sensor equipment.Traffic monitoring for state highways: user manual [PDF 465 KB]Data reuse caveats: as per license.Data quality statement: please read the accompanying user manual, explaining:how this data is collectedidentification...
    Created 29 June 2021 Updated 23 November 2021
  • Crash Analysis System (CAS) data

    Waka Kotahi (NZTA)
    Update 13/07/2021: previously, there was a 5 month buffer between our internal CAS data and our CAS open data. We have reduced this buffer to 1 month, due to user demand and improved systems. Update 10/12/2020: field type change. The field type for ‘crashFinancialYear’ has changed from integer to text.   This data comes from the Waka Kotahi Crash...
    Created 11 May 2021 Updated 23 November 2021
  • Freight RCA Programme Inclusion 50MAX

    Waka Kotahi (NZTA)
    50MAX is a new generation of truck that allows for safer and more efficient transport of freight goods. As part of the 50MAX permitting programme, we ask truck drivers to make sure they know where they can and can’t drive. There are 4 layers that represent the state highway and local road restrictions where 50MAX trucks aren’t permitted to travel. Freight...
    Created 29 June 2021 Updated 23 November 2021
  • Freight RCA Bridge Restrictions 50MAX

    Waka Kotahi (NZTA)
    50MAX is a new generation of truck that allows for safer and more efficient transport of freight goods. As part of the 50MAX permitting programme, we ask truck drivers to make sure they know where they can and can’t drive. There are 4 layers that represent the state highway and local road restrictions where 50MAX trucks aren’t permitted to travel. Freight...
    Created 11 May 2021 Updated 23 November 2021
  • Freight SH Restrictions 50MAX

    Waka Kotahi (NZTA)
    50MAX is a new generation of truck that allows for safer and more efficient transport of freight goods. As part of the 50MAX permitting programme, we ask truck drivers to make sure they know where they can and can’t drive. There are 4 layers that represent the state highway and local road restrictions where 50MAX trucks aren’t permitted to travel. Freight...
    Created 11 May 2021 Updated 23 November 2021
  • Freight RCA Road Restrictions 50MAX

    Waka Kotahi (NZTA)
    50MAX is a new generation of truck that allows for safer and more efficient transport of freight goods. As part of the 50MAX permitting programme, we ask truck drivers to make sure they know where they can and can’t drive. There are 4 layers that represent the state highway and local road restrictions where 50MAX trucks aren’t permitted to travel. Freight...
    Created 11 May 2021 Updated 23 November 2021
  • Dog Breeds and Colours

    Department of Internal Affairs
    This dataset includes the official colour and breed lists from the National Dog Database (NDD).
    Created 19 November 2021 Updated 23 November 2021
  • New Zealand Public Sector Websites

    Department of Internal Affairs
    List of websites owned and administered by the New Zealand Public Sector. The Department of Internal Affairs acknowledges this list has been compiled to the best of their knowledge, but it is not a complete list of all Public Sector websites. This list will be updated as the Department becomes aware of required updates.
    Created 10 April 2017 Updated 21 November 2021
  • TRC Tsunami Inundation

    Taranaki Civil Defence Emergency Management
    MethodologyIn 2012, Hawke's Bay Regional Council conducted a tsunami computer modelling exercise for the Taranaki coast using 2 m and 4 m waves. This 2017 updated report provides the results from additional model runs using a wave height of 10 m. The 10 m wave height is considered to have a return period of well beyond 2500 years, as the height is not...
    Created 21 October 2020 Updated 21 November 2021
  • Class 4 Gambling Expenditure by Quarter and District

    Department of Internal Affairs
    Gaming machine profits (GMP), or gambling expenditure, for Class 4 gambling (in pubs and clubs) in New Zealand. Data is provided by district (Territorial Authority) and at quarterly intervals from June 2007. Caveat Notes: Data for Auckland City includes all Boards and Wards since 2015. Data for Auckland City prior to 2015 includes all seven...
    Created 19 July 2017 Updated 17 November 2021
  • Gaming Machine Profits (GMP) Dashboard

    Department of Internal Affairs
    The GMP Dashboard report shows key quarterly statistics for Class 4 gambling (in pubs and clubs) in New Zealand, including gaming machine profits (GMP) and numbers of approved venues and gaming machines licensed to operate, as at the last day of each quarter. The data is provided by district (Territorial Authority) and at quarterly intervals from March 2015.
    Created 2 November 2020 Updated 17 November 2021
  • Rates of Driver Licence holding in Aotearoa NZ

    Stats NZ
    This file/dataset contains tables of the number of individuals with no licence, a learner licence, a restricted licence, and a full licence as of 6 March 2018 for various subpopulations. Licences are standard licences (not diplomatic or pseudo licence) for motor cars and light motor vehicles only.
    Created 15 November 2021 Updated 15 November 2021
  • Government digital standards catalogue

    Department of Internal Affairs
    The government digital standards catalogue contains the digital standards and related guidance that should or could be used by NZ government organisations when doing digital development. Successful digital outcomes are dependent on more than just technology, so the catalogue includes categories across a broad range of subjects that directly relate to...
    Created 6 May 2021 Updated 15 November 2021
  • HES 2019-20 DampOrMould KeepHouseWarm WarmDry

    Ministry of Housing and Urban Development
    Summary For People in HES households for the year ended June 2020. Prepared for HUD by Stats NZ. Breakdowns based on the following themes: Damp or Mould; Keep House Warm; Warm Dry; and, Keep Warm.
    Created 8 November 2021 Updated 11 November 2021
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