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1. 23 August 18NORTHERN TERRITORY / DEMOGRAPHICS
Chief Minister Michael Gunner released the NT Government's '2018 - 2028 Northern Territory Population Growth Strategy'. [Full text]
2. 23 August 18DEMOGRAPHICS / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
Shadow Minister Anthony Albanese said Australia needs a serious vision for decentralisation. [Full text]
3. 23 August 18DEMOGRAPHICS / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
Liz Allen from Australian National University explored what a population policy may look like for Australia. [Full text]
4. 23 August 18DEMOGRAPHICS / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
The Committee for Sydney said that immigration is good for Australia and stopping immigration won't stop the growth of our cities. [Full text]
5. 23 August 18DEMOGRAPHICS / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
The Population Research Institute released 'Immigration and the housing affordability crisis in Sydney and Melbourne'. [Full text]
6. 13 August 18NEW SOUTH WALES / DEMOGRAPHICS / EDUCATION
McCrindle released 'The Future of North West Sydney - Demographic & Education Trends in Sydney?s North West'. [Full text]
7. 13 August 18DEMOGRAPHICS / PLANNING
Paul Cozens from Curtin University issued a critique of the principles of crime prevention through environmental design. [Full text]
8. 13 August 18DEMOGRAPHICS / PLANNING
The Property Council said Australia's recent population increase means focus on policies that support investment, planning and collaboration to create future cities should be redoubled. [Full text]
9. 13 August 18DEMOGRAPHICS / PLANNING
The Parliamentary Library issued '25 million and growing'. [Full text]
10. 9 August 18TASMANIA / RURAL AND REGIONAL / DEMOGRAPHICS
Senator Jonathon Duniam called for population dispersal into regional Tasmania, following the announcement of the national population of 25 million. [Full text]
11. 9 August 18DEMOGRAPHICS / ECONOMICS
McCrindle published the infographic, 'Australia's household income and wealth distribution'. [Full text]
12. 9 August 18DEMOGRAPHICS / PLANNING
The HIA said the population reached 25 million sooner than predicted and it is important that housing supply is kept strong. [Full text]
13. 9 August 18DEMOGRAPHICS / PLANNING
Marco Amati from RMIT University said that city size needs to be a consideration of population growth. [Full text]
14. 9 August 18DEMOGRAPHICS / PLANNING
Glen Searle from the Universities of Queensland and Sydney said making small cities bigger will help better distribute Australia's 25 million people. [Full text]
15. 9 August 18DEMOGRAPHICS / PLANNING
Fiona Andrews from Deakin University said planners need to start designing high-rise housing stock for residents with children. [Full text]
16. 9 August 18DEMOGRAPHICS / PLANNING
The Ai Group said with Australia hitting the 25 million population mark it is a good time to consider benefits of population growth and proper future planning. [Full text]
17. 9 August 18DEMOGRAPHICS / PLANNING
McCrindle published the infographic 'Australia's Population Map'. [Full text]
18. 9 August 18DEMOGRAPHICS / PLANNING
Shadow Minister Anthony Albanese said that infrastructure must keep up with population growth. [Full text]
19. 9 August 18DEMOGRAPHICS / PLANNING
The ABS announced that Australia's population has hit 25 million. [Full text]
20. 2 August 18HEALTH / DEMOGRAPHICS
The Grattan Institute released 'Mapping primary care in Australia'. [Full text]
21. 2 August 18HEALTH / DEMOGRAPHICS
The Grattan Institute released 'Mapping primary care in Australia'. [Full text]
22. 30 July 18DEMOGRAPHICS
The ABS released 'Household Income and Wealth, Australia, 2015-16 (Replacement Content)'. [Full text]
23. 30 July 18DEMOGRAPHICS
The ABS said the number of people moving interstate was the highest in 13 years, and the number of arrivals of overseas migrants was the highest on record. [Full text]
24. 30 July 18DEMOGRAPHICS
The ABS released 'Migration, Australia, 2016-17'. [Full text]
25. 30 July 18PLANNING / DEMOGRAPHICS
The ABS said the number of people moving interstate was the highest in 13 years, and the number of arrivals of overseas migrants was the highest on record. [Full text]
26. 30 July 18PLANNING / DEMOGRAPHICS
The ABS released 'Migration, Australia, 2016-17'. [Full text]
27. 26 July 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / DEMOGRAPHICS
The Urban Development Institute said ABS data showing that over half of permanent migrants are homeowners is evidence of the importance of encouraging more migration to WA. [Full text]
28. 26 July 18DEMOGRAPHICS / PLANNING
The Centre Alliance said that immigration priority be allocated according to population growth banding. [Full text]
29. 26 July 18DEMOGRAPHICS / PLANNING
The Grattan Institute said that housing demand from immigration shouldn't lead to higher prices if enough dwellings are built to match population growth. [Full text]
30. 19 July 18DEMOGRAPHICS
The Property Council said that reaching the 25 million population mark should be a call for governments to step up efforts in planning, investing and managing for a growing nation. [Full text]
31. 19 July 18DEMOGRAPHICS
Dr Tom Wilson from Charles Darwin University said Australia's population is on track to reach the high 30 millions by the middle of the century, with Sydney and Melbourne to top over 8 million each. [Full text]
32. 19 July 18DEMOGRAPHICS
Dr Tom Wilson from Charles Darwin University said Australia's population is on track to reach the high 30 millions by the middle of the century, with Sydney and Melbourne to top over 8 million each. [Full text]
33. 25 June 18VICTORIA / DEMOGRAPHICS
Opposition Leader Matthew Guy said ABS figures show Victoria grew by 143,400 for the year to 31 December 2017. [Full text]
34. 25 June 18DEMOGRAPHICS
The ABS said the data shows ACT and Tasmania led population growth. [Full text]
35. 25 June 18DEMOGRAPHICS
The ABS issued 'Australian Demographic Statistics, Dec 2017'. [Full text]
36. 24 May 18DEMOGRAPHICS
The ABS issued 'Population shift: understanding internal migration in Australia'. [Full text]
37. 21 May 18RURAL AND REGIONAL / DEMOGRAPHICS
The ABS issued 'Regional Population Growth, Australia, 2016 (Replacement Content)'. [Full text]
38. 17 May 18DEMOGRAPHICS / RURAL AND REGIONAL
Core Logic used ABS data to determine where people migrating away from capital cities end up. [Full text]
39. 7 May 18DEMOGRAPHICS
The ABS issued 'Data by Region, 2012-17'. [Full text]
40. 26 April 18DEMOGRAPHICS / RURAL AND REGIONAL
The ABS issued 'Regional Population Growth, Australia, 2016-17'. [Full text]
41. 26 April 18DEMOGRAPHICS
The ABS said that Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane accounted for over 70 per cent of Australia's population growth in 2016-17. [Full text]
42. 9 April 18INDIGENOUS / DEMOGRAPHICS
The Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research released 'Indigenous residential segregation in towns and cities, 1976-2016'. [Full text]
43. 5 April 18DEMOGRAPHICS
The ABS issued 'Public Consultation - Review of 2021 Census Topics, 2021'. [Full text]
44. 3 April 18RURAL AND REGIONAL / DEMOGRAPHICS
The Regional Australia Institute said that for many towns across Australia, international migration is now the first choice, not the last in addressing population decline. [Full text]
45. 26 March 18QUEENSLAND / DEMOGRAPHICS / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
The Real Estate Institute said that Queensland's population is projected to reach 5 million in a couple of months and that this is translating to a strong property market. [Full text]
46. 26 March 18ECONOMICS / DEMOGRAPHICS
The HIA said the ABS figures show that there continues to be a strong link between population growth and economic performance. [Full text]
47. 26 March 18ECONOMICS / DEMOGRAPHICS
The ABS issued 'Australian Demographic Statistics, Sep 2017'. [Full text]
48. 22 March 18RURAL AND REGIONAL / DEMOGRAPHICS
The National Growth Areas Alliance said we need to move the population growth conversation past the numbers, and focus on building safe, healthy and efficient suburbs, cities and communities. [Full text]
49. 22 March 18RURAL AND REGIONAL / DEMOGRAPHICS
The Regional Australia Institute said it is incredibly disappointing to see dismissive attitudes to the potential contribution regional Australia can make to a big Australia. [Full text]
50. 19 March 18RURAL AND REGIONAL / DEMOGRAPHICS
Staff from RMIT University, UWA and UNSW discussed the idea of new cities to accommodate population growth. [Full text]