A snapshot of the Northern Territory: the territory of diversity.
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The Australian Bureau of Statistics 2001 Census shows that there were 410,003 people (2.2%) (202,954 males and 207,049 females) in Australia who identified as being of Indigenous origin (ABS, 2001). The highest percentage of these reside in the Northern Territory (25.1%). Interestingly since the 1996 census there was a reported increase of 57,033 people (16...
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The highest percentage of these reside in the Northern Territory (25.1%). Interestingly since the 1996 census there was a reported increase of 57,033 people (16.2%) of persons identified as Indigenous origin (ABS, 2001).
This shows that in addressing the cultural, political and economical challenges in the Northern Territory these demographics must be considered and due to the Indigenous population addressed...
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