The NZ Hearld has a headline, New Zealand now much safer for children as injury cases plunge.
There must have been data availability restraints for the black and blue lines on the graph below because the writer could have taken the red line to 2012 showing even greater overall improvement.
Below the NZ Herald graph is the result of querying the NZ Injury Query System. The death rate per 100,000 children from 'unintentional injury' dropped to 6.5 by 2012. I went on to query fatalities from 'all intents' and have graphed the difference. That produces a slightly different picture.
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