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1003.0 - LEP Newsletter (Issue No. 49), Aug 2004  
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 26/08/2004   
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New and forthcoming releases

These titles are a selection of what the ABS is releasing this quarter. A full list is available from the 'Product Releases' section on the ABS home page. Keep up to date by subscribing to the free ABS Email Notification Service.

AusStats and eLEP subscribers have access to these titles on the ABS web site as soon as they are released. Core list LEP libraries may request a copy by emailing library@abs.gov.au

Cultural Funding by Government, Australia (cat. no. 4183.0 )
An important title for the library sector, this title was released on 28 July and provides estimates of funding for arts and cultural activities, including libraries, by the three levels of government in Australia for the period 2002-03.

Australian Census Analytic Program: Australia's Most Recent Immigrants (cat. no. 2053.0)
Australia's recent immigrants - where do they fit in? Find out from this recent study which is based on 2001 census data. It is a comprehensive analysis of who Australia’s recent immigrants are, how they have adjusted to Australia and where they live.

National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Survey, Australia 2002 (cat. no. 4714.0)
This new ABS title presents a wide range of information about the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population in Australia. It provides an overview, through commentary and summary tables, of different population groups and themes.

Internet Activity, Australia (Cat. no. 8153.0)
Released on 23 July, this issue provides an indication of the growth of ISPs and the number of Australians and Australian businesses obtaining access to the Internet through ISPs. It also indicates movements in the type and amount of infrastructure available to provide connectivity to the Internet.

The June 2004 issue of the Local Government and ABS Newsletter includes:

      • Introduction to ABS Classifications
      • Key steps in running a survey
      • About SEIFA 2001
      • What's happening in Local Government Finance



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