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This briefing paper provides a summary of key data, reports and debate around population growth in NSW and Sydney.
Population growth has been an issue of national concern at various points in Australia's history, and has long been an important issue for NSW and...
Describes how Local Government Area crime hotspot maps are produced and how they should be interpreted.
The distribution of crime across a region is not random. A number of factors influence where crime occurs, including the physical and social characteristics of the place and...
The latest crime figures continue the pattern of stable or falling crime in NSW established over the last decade.
In the 24 months to March 2011, 11 of the 17 major offences were stable and five were trending downwards. One offence, assault – domestic...
The Australian Bureau of Statistics has projected the nation's population to 2101, with the mid-case scenario indicating a population of 25.3 million in 2051, a peak of 25.5 million in 2063 and then a gradual declines. Population predictions for Sydney forecast it to grow from...
Examines the Richmond-Tweed region in New South Wales, looking at its administrative and productive structure and the influences that currently bear on it.
The Richmond-Tweed region (also known as the Northern Rivers) has experienced substantial changes. During the nineteenth century the...