1338.1 - New South Wales in Focus, 2007  
ARCHIVED ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 17/05/2007   
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Image: IntroductionIntroduction
NSW in Focus provides extensive information about the people, economy and environment of NSW.
Image: PopulationPopulation
Includes: population, births, deaths, overseas migration, regional mobility, cultural and linguistic diversity and population projections.
Image: Family and CommunityFamily and Community
Includes: types of families, child care, child protection, carers for people with a disability, community participation, volunteering, and Internet access.
Image: HealthHealth
Includes: health status, health risks, long term conditions, Indigenous health, cancer, mental health, drug use and treatment, work related injuries, disability, causes of death and health services.
Image: Education and TrainingEducation and Training
Includes: schools, students and teachers, literacy and numeracy, vocational education and training, higher education, qualifications and transition from education to work.
Image: WorkWork
Includes: labour force status and underutilisation, types of employment and job mobility, skilled employment, industrial relations, and people not in the labour force.
Image: Household Economic ResourcesHousehold Economic Resources
Includes: income and household characteristics, household expenditure, financial assets and liabilities, distribution of wealth, and main source of income at retirement.
Image: HousingHousing
Includes: housing types, housing costs, tenure and home ownership, living arrangements, housing assistance, and homelessness.
Image: Crime and JusticeCrime and Justice
Includes: estimates of crime, crime trends, courts, imprisonments, community corrections, reoffenders, emergency services and people's perceptions about crime and safety.
Image: TransportTransport
Includes: vehicles, motor vehicle use, road quality and traffic volume, crashes and casualties, public transport and other transport usage indicators.
Image: Economic ActivityEconomic Activity
Includes: NSW economy using measures from the National Accounts series, and selected economic indicators on a range of industries, including building and construction, manufacturing, and international merchandise trade.
Image: EnvironmentEnvironment
Includes: biodiversity, climate, greenhouse gas emissions, air quality, energy consumption, water consumption and recycling, waste, and environmental indicators affecting land.
Image: National and InternationalNational and International
Includes: comparisons of state, territory and international data for a range of social, economic and environmental indicators, including population composition and growth, life expectancy and infant mortality, education participation and attainment, labour force, and renewable energy.