99 people who were living in Ahipara were born overseas and 33.3% arrived in New Zealand within 5 years prior to 2013.
The Year of Arrival data records when the overseas born population arrived in New Zealand. The data shows the degree to which areas are 'ports' for new overseas migrants and reveals the role of Ahipara in housing the overseas-born. The number of recent arrivals in an area is often determined by housing affordability, employment opportunities and pre-existing communities located in the area.
Derived from the Census question:
'When did you first arrive to live in New Zealand?'
Overseas born population
|Year of arrival in New Zealand||Number||%||Far North District %|
|Prior to 1991||45||45.5||42.9||361||1428|
|1991 to 2000||12||12.1||13.2||362||1428|
|2001 to 2005||9||9.1||14.7||363||1428|
|2006 to March 2013||33||33.3||25.9||364||1428|
|Not stated / included||--||--||3.4||370||1428|
Source: Statistics New Zealand, Census of Population and Dwellings (opens a new window) 2013. Compiled and presented by .id (opens a new window) , the population experts.
Compiled and presented by .id, the population experts.
Analysis of the year of arrival for the overseas born population of Ahipara in 2013 compared to the Far North District shows that there was a larger proportion of people who arrived before 1991, as well as a larger proportion of recent arrivals (those who arrived between 2006 and 2013).
Overall, 45.5% of the overseas born population arrived before 1991, and 33.3% arrived during or after 2006, compared with 42.9% and 25.9% respectively for the Far North District.
The major differences between the year of arrival data of Ahipara and the Far North District were:
- A larger percentage of arrivals in 2001 (33.3% compared to 25.9%)
- A larger percentage of arrivals prior to 1991 (45.5% compared to 42.9%)
- A smaller percentage of arrivals between 1996 to 2000 (9.1% compared to 14.7%)
- A smaller percentage of arrivals between 1991 to 1995 (12.1% compared to 13.2%)