Chris McDowall is a data journalist for the New Zealand Herald
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Find out how your suburb's vaccination levels compare.
Will New Zealand be able to reach 90 per cent by Christmas?
Scroll through an interactive map to see what Transmission Gully will look like.
There is a 12 per cent population difference in the health data compared to the Census.
The ratio of those critically ill has remained much lower, data reveals.
An analysis of Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's use of visual aids in press conferences.
Can it be possible for vaccinations to be so far ahead of schedule?
'Road deaths aren't just numbers,' police boss says.
Most low-decile schools in Auckland continue to suffer from middle-class flight.
Auckland rents up 45%, Wellington up 53%
How did house prices in New Zealand become so expensive?
Data specialist Chris McDowall asks why unreliable chart was used to show vaccine rollout.
Intriguing questions hidden among the statistics.
Data specialist Chris McDowall asks why we are waiting for numbers on the vaccine rollout.