As Commonwealth nations battle for medals we take a look at all-time medal counts based on population.
Voter enrolment is declining in almost every electorate, despite the general election being just two months away.
We break down the chances of Argentina, Belgium, Costa Rica and the Netherlands in the World Cup quarterfinals.
With eight teams left in the World Cup, we take a look at the statistics from each of their four games so far.
PM trumps all other party leaders with number of Facebook and Twitter followers.
The group stage of the Brazil football World Cup is over has not been short on action, setting a new record.
Almost a third of eligible voters under the age of 30 have not enrolled to vote in the general election.
Kane Williamson might have more time on his side, but Ross Taylor is also a good chance to break Martin Crowe's NZ record for test centuries.
The team that has conceded the most penalties in Super Rugby since 2012 also happens to be the best one.
See where your tax dollars really go.
Explore each category of expenditure and revenue in the 2014 Budget.
Kiwi basketballer Steven Adams has made a big impression on the NBA during his rookie season with the Oklahoma City Thunder.
A return to surplus does not mean the Government is out of debt, far from it. Here is what you need to know.
Teams' track records on the road in Super Rugby suggest South Africa gains the most from proposed changes.
Sport leagues can be gruelling affairs, posing the question of why a season can all come down to one game.
Kangaroos have won the last 12 Anzac tests, putting the Kiwis at long odds to beat the world champs tonight.
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Matt Elliott is the ninth man to come and go from the hot seat at Mt Smart Stadium in just over 19 seasons, how does he compare to his predecessors?
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The All Blacks and England are both on a winning streak, but what do the stats really say?
The All Blacks won the Rugby Championship by playing the most running rugby right?
Sonny Bill Williams late inclusion to the Kiwis may have caused a stir, but from a statistical stand-point it was a no-brainer.
More cars were reported stolen on July 14 than on any other day in the last six months.
The first official measure of regional GDP offers interesting comparisons between regions apart from the overall measure.
See the results of the annual New Zealand Garden Bird Survey.
An interactive children's book is the May showcase winner of New Zealand data competition Mix & Mash.
See where your tax money goes everyday.
Explore each category of expenditure and revenue in the 2013 Budget.
An interactive map showing how MPs voted in all three readings of the marriage equality bill.
Seventeen years of crime statistics for every district, by type of offence.
Stuff's Blackspots project maps the latest road crash data from 2010 to 2012.
The campaign for marriage equality has gained considerable ground after garnering massive support at its second reading in Parliament.
Use our interactive map to see how rain has varied in the months of January and February over the past 10 years.
National Standards results from more than 1000 NZ schools revealed.
A map of New Zealand's Lotto outlets: