Australian Bureau of Statistics
1338.1 - NSW State and Regional Indicators, March 2009 Quality Declaration
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 21/04/2009
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STATISTICS NEWS NSW
More details can be found in A Picture of the Nation (cat. no. 2070.0).
*Born between 1926 and 1946, just prior to and during the Great Depression and World War II, they are referred to as the Lucky Generation because they generally perceive that they had an easier time than their parents.
NSW POPULATION HITS 7 MILLION: RELEASE OF THE LATEST ERP
The preliminary estimated resident population (ERP) of New South Wales at 30 September 2008 was 7,017,100 persons. This was an increase of 92,300 persons (1.3%) since 30 September 2007 and the first time NSW's population has been estimated to be over 7m.
For the full story, see the latest release of Australian Demographic Statistics (cat. no. 3101.0)
HOUSEHOLD PREPAREDNESS FOR EMERGENCIES: RESULTS OF THE 2007 STATE SUPPLEMENTARY SURVEY
An article How well prepared are Australian Communities for natural disasters and fire emergencies? was published in the February 2009 issue of the Australian Journal of Emergency Management. The article draws upon the 2007 State Supplementary Survey publications Household Preparedness for Emergencies: NSW, Vic., Qld and ACT, Oct 2007 (cat. no. 4818.0.55.001) and Community Preparedness for Emergencies, Oct 2007 (cat. no. 4818.5). The results from these ABS surveys on household and community preparedness for emergencies are presented within the context of published research into factors that influence preparedness.
The results from the 2008 State Supplementary Survey are due for release on Tuesday 19th May 2009. The topic this year is Household and Workplace Mobility, and Implications for Travel, NSW and Victoria. The survey aims to measure how often, and the reasons why, people change residential and workplace locations. It will also measure the implications of these changes on distance and methods of travel to work.
A NEW LOOK FOR SOME FAMILIAR FACES: CHANGES TO AUSTRALIAN SOCIAL TRENDS AND MEASURING AUSTRALIA'S PROGRESS
AST: Australian Social Trends (cat. no. 4102.0) is now quarterly. The March quarter edition was released on Wednesday 25 March and includes 8 articles: trends in population, couples in Australia, mental health, trends in household work, retirement and retirement intentions, household debt, trends in superannuation coverage and household use of renewable energy.
MAP: Measures of Australia's Progress, Summary Indicators, 2009 (cat. no. 1383.0.55.001) will be released electronically on Thursday 30 April. This release presents an annual update to headline indicators covering society, the economy and the environment. It will provide information on the conceptual framework for MAP as well as links to feature articles from past editions. MAP now includes spreadsheets of the national headline indicators at state and territory level.
NATIONAL REGIONAL PROFILE: AN UPDATE
If you are looking for information about the social and economic make-up of your local area, then the updated National Regional Profile may be just what you need. The National Regional Profile (NRP) is a snapshot of data for small areas, including Local Government Areas, Statistical Local Areas, and Statistical Divisions, and currently contains data for the years 2002 to 2006. This release of the NRP contains new data and extra features to help you find the regions and data you need, including how to find more recent data. For further information about the new features of the NRP and examples of how to explore your region, including creating graphs and tables, see the article in the December issue of 'What's New in Regional Statistics' (cat. no. 1386.0).
To find a snapshot of your local area simply select the National Regional Profile link on the left hand side of the ABS website Home Page and look for further links to 'Select a Local Government Area' or 'Select a Statistical Local Area'.
ABS NSW OFFICE: WHAT WE CAN DO FOR YOU
Free Information and Training
Many policy makers, researchers and marketers are not aware of the amazing amount of data that you can get for free from the ABS 2006 Census of Population and Housing.
We are offering free online information sessions in the use of our powerful Census data and tools. Please contact us if you would like to find out more about the type of Census data available and how you can use it to increase understanding about your clients, customers, or stakeholders, including geographic areas of interest.
For more information about free 2006 Census training please contact Amanda Biltoft, National Account Manager ABS on (02) 9268 4642 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Information sessions covering existing online data are available only in NSW for groups of 5 and over, for a minimum duration of 30 minutes and maximum of 2 hours.
See the ABS training calendar for information on other statistical training available from the ABS.
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This page last updated 20 July 2009