2914.0.55.002 - 2006 Census of Population and Housing: Media Releases and Fact Sheets, 2006  
ARCHIVED ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 27/06/2007  First Issue
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Australia's big picture: Census highlights the changes in Australian society
Census provides an updated picture of the average Australian
Census paints a picture of the average Australian family
Census puts our ageing population in perspective
Census shows non-Christian religions continue to grow at a faster rate
Census shows increase in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population
More than one in five Australians born overseas: Census
Australians overall claim more than 250 ancestries, speak 400 languages at home: Census
Census: one in eight Australians lives alone
Census shows marriage still the norm for couples
Census reveals many young adults still live with their parents
Fewer Australian homes are paid-off: Census
Australia connected: Census reveals 58% of households have Internet
More than one in 25 Australians needs help with basic activities: Census
One in five Australians engages in voluntary work: Census
More than a quarter of Australians provide child care: Census
Census proves more of the domestic workload is shouldered by women
The difference explained: comparing the Census population count and the estimated resident population
Balance of the sexes favours women – Census
Some quirky Census facts
From doorknock to data processing: 2006 Census facts and figures
Retention facts and figures (the Census time capsule)
eCensus facts and figures
The important difference between place of usual residence and place of enumeration explained
Commonwealth electoral boundary changes and 2006 Census data
ABS releases first results from a 'challenging' Census - Australian Statistician’s launch speech and associated media release
Ethnic Media Package (250kB,xls) - Correction to the ABS Census Ethnic Media Package (Media Release)