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1344.8.55.001 - ACT Stats, 2006  
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 17/10/2006   
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This series comprises selected topics containing information, tables and graphs relating to the Australian Capital Territory. For comparison some other state data is also included. The information is sourced from previously released ABS data, as well as data from other agencies.

The series is intended to be released as monthly topics under this generic title. The September 2006 issue is Household Wealth and Distribution in the ACT; the August 2006 issue is School Age Population in the ACT; the July 2006 issue is What will the 2006 Census reveal for the ACT and Queanbeyan areas?; the June 2006 issue is Population changes in the ACT; the May 2006 issue is State of Mental Wellbeing in the ACT; the April 2006 issue is Health Risk Factors: How ACT residents shape up; the March 2006 issue is The ACT Labour Force: Participation Rates and Unemployment Rates for Males and Females; the February 2006 issue is Environmental Issues in the ACT; the November 2005 issue is Tourist Accommodation in the ACT; the October 2005 issue is Schools in the ACT; the September 2005 issue is Household Income and Income Distribution in the ACT; the August 2005 topic is Recorded Crime in the ACT; the July 2005 topic is Museums and Libraries in the ACT; the June 2005 topic is Characteristics of a Small Business; the May 2005 topic is Financial Stressors; the April 2005 topic is Average Retail Prices in the ACT; the March 2005 topic is Innovation in Business, ACT; and the February 2005 topic is Education.

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