It’s not just about being born in a particular country, but whether you were born in one of the most populated places in the world.
RTE’s new report shows the average life expectancy of people born in New Zealand is 83 years.
This compares with New Zealand’s average life-expectancy of 74 years for women.
The average life expectancies of men born in the country is 77.
The figures also reveal a trend towards a higher proportion of males born in Northern Territories.
Men born in Auckland and Hamilton had a median age of 78.3, while those born in Hamilton had an average of 78 years.
The median life expectancy for males born outside of New Zealand was 80 years.
For females born in Southland, the average was 81.3 years, while for those born outside the country, the median was 75.1 years.
The average life span of a newborn child born in Ireland is 71 years.
In New Zealand, the figure is 78 years, but it’s higher for babies born to the same family.
According to the report, there are more than 1.5 million people born each year in New Zeland and the South Island.
Auckland has the largest population of babies born in Australia.
In fact, the city has the highest number of babies in New England, the South Pacific and the Antarctic.
Babies born in Christchurch have a median life-span of 69.8 years.
A baby born in Wellington is expected to live about six years, or one-third of their total life-time.
In contrast, a baby born to an Auckland couple is expected have a life expectancy about 60 years.
The New Zealand life expectancy is among the lowest in the developed world.
The U.S. has an average life of 87.5 years.
According to the OECD, life expectancy in Australia is 81.9 years.
It is followed by New Zealand (84.4), Canada (84), Germany (83), Italy (83) and Spain (82.7).
The New ZEELAND birth rate is 1.4 per 1,000 people.
The South Island birth rate in the South is 1 per 1.1 people.