The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) is planning a new Australian Population Survey with the capacity for continuous updates on regional population statistics. Data collected in the survey will be used to supplement data collected in the Census.
The survey will provide a mechanism for more effectively using Census and administrative data to provide ongoing and dynamic information on regions across Australia – including where people live at different times of the year and their characteristics. Continue reading Australian Bureau of Statistics announces new population survey
The Federal Government has confirmed the 2016 national Census will go ahead as planned and that the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) will receive an additional $250 million in the budget for an urgent computer upgrade.
The announcement follows reports that the Census was going to be scrapped in its existing form and replaced with a smaller sample survey. Continue reading Government Announces Census to be Retained
Figures released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) on 31 March show that in the year ended June 2014 the settlements with the highest growth rates outside the capital cities were along the coast, in particular in Queensland and Western Australia. Continue reading Coastal areas continue to experience strong growth
The Australian Bureau of Statistics has released a new regional data navigator which allows people in local government areas and regions to view a broad range of data relating to their local community. Continue reading ABS Releases New Regional Data Navigator