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2012 ACT Election Polling places as published by Elections ACT.
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Over the course of 2017-18, agencies reviewed their capital works program in light of forecast expenditure for the year and re-profiled project funding where appropriate.
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A table of first preference votes for each electorate in the 2008 Legislative Assembly Election
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The ACT Migration Program attracts overseas skilled workers, with occupations in demand, to work in Canberra by nominating their skilled migration visa application.
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Table of Budget 2017-2018 financed amounts grouped by directorate
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Dataset of ACT Government 2017-2018 budget capital works program
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* Estimate has a relative standard error of 25% to 50% and should be used with caution. ** Estimate has a high level of sampling error (relative standard error of 51% to 90%), meaning that it is unsuitable for most uses. # Statistically significant change between 2013 and 2016. n.p. not published because of small numbers, confidentiality or other concerns about the quality of the data. Ex-drinker - Consumed at least a full serve of alcohol, but not in the previous 12 months. Abstainers - Not consumed alcohol in the previous 12 months. Low risk - On average, had no more than 2 standard drinks per day. Risky - On average, had more than 2 standard drinks per day. At least yearly - Had more than 4 standard drinks at least once a year but not as often as monthly. At least monthly - Had more than 4 standard drinks at least once a month but not as often as weekly. At least weekly - Had more than 4 standard drinks at least once a week. Lifetime - On average, had more than 2 standard drinks per day. Monthly - Had more than 4 standard drinks on one occasion at least once a month. Note:The calculation of alcohol risk was updated in 2013. ‘Abstainers’ no longer equate to ‘never’ and ‘ex-drinkers’ combined because the calculation now excludes drinkers who did not indicate the quantity of alcohol they consumed. Trend data will not match data presented in previous reports. Refer to technical notes for further details. The data is presented by the ACT Government for the purpose of disseminating information for the benefit of the public. The ACT Government has taken great care to ensure the information in this report is as correct and accurate as possible. Whilst the information is considered to be true and correct at the date of publication, changes in circumstances after the time of publication may impact on the accuracy of the information. Differences in statistical methods and calculations, data updates and guidelines may result in the information contained in this report varying from previously published information.
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A parcel of land, usually the smallest unit of land that can be held under an individual lease without a requirement for further subdivision. Blocks in ACTMAPi are displayed as Urban and Rural blocks, and have been separated into individual layers based on its lifecycle stage (Registered, Approved, Proposed, Occupied and Retired). URBAN blocks are defined as blocks that appear within a division and have division and section identifiers. RURAL blocks do not usually appear within a division, but may do so if they remain from before the division was created. REGISTERED: The block appears on a Deposited Plan that has been registered with the Land Titles Office but is not RETIRED or DELETED. APPROVED: The block appears on an Approved Plan that has been signed by the Territory Planning Section and the Project Officer for the development, but the block is not REGISTERED, RETIRED or DELETED. PROPOSED: The block is proposed but has not reached any other stage. OCCUPIED: The block is leased, but does not appear on a registered plan. Leases over unregistered blocks may not be registered at the Land Titles Office, so this stage is used for unregistered blocks with unregistered leases. This normally only occurs in rural areas. RETIRED: Retirement of a block occurs when it is replaced by another block. Creative Commons License Creative Common By Attribution 4.0 (Australian Capital Territory), Please read Data Terms and Conditions statement before data use.
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The ACT Vegetation Map classifies native and derived vegetation across the ACT at 1:10,000 scale into 64 plant communities. Vegetation communities are geographical units with similar association of plant species. The product also includes canopy cover and height variables based on 2015 ACT LiDAR data. Vegetation maps are important tools for characterising the landscape, informing policy and providing information for land and habitat management plans, including to help identify threats and risks to biodiversity and help prioritise protection of important ecological values in our landscape. This product will enable evidence-based decision-making at a broad regional, local and property planning scale in the ACT. It will also formulate a new baseline for future change detection in the landscape. Method: In the ACT Vegetation Map, native and derived vegetation across the entire ACTwas classified into 64 plant communities using the classificationdescribed by Armstrong et al 2013, in addition to three newly described ACT specific communities (Baines et al 2013). Mapping was completed using aerial imagery and stereo pair interpretation (2012-2015), extensive field work, collation of consultant reports and supplemental structural and canopy height datasets extracted from the 2015 ACT LiDAR capture at 1-5m grid resolution (van Dijk et al 2017 - in draft). The work expands on the vegetation mapping completed for the Kowen, Majura and Jerrabomberra districts of the ACT (Baines et al 2013). The product includes the following attributes : UMC_ID – Upper Murrumbidgee Catchment vegetation ID (unique vegetation code) (after Armstrong et al 2013) VEG_COMM – vegetation community name (after Armstrong et al 2013 and Baines et al 2013) TREESp1-3 – dominant tree species SHRUBSp1-3 – dominant shrub species GROUNDSp1-3 – dominant ground cover species CANOPYCOVER – canopy cover % (based on 1m 2015 LiDAR canopy cover model) HEIGHT_MEAN – mean canopy height (>3m) (based on 1m 2015 LiDAR canopy height model) UNDERCOVER – understory/shrubcover % (1-3m) (based on 5m LiDAR understory fractional cover model – van Djik 2017 in press) STRUCTURE – overall vegetation community structure – e.g. woodland, forest, grassland FORMATION – Keith Formation - broad classification of native vegetation type in NSW and ACT. Formation can be further divided into Keith Class (Keith 2004). CLASS – Keith Class- vegetation class (Keith 2004). This product should be used in conjunction with ACT Soil Landscapes, Hydrogeology and Land hazard mapping available on Actmapi, geological mapping provided by Geoscience Australia, and ACT derived LiDAR products including digital elevation model (DEM), slope and aspect (available CCBY 4.0). Updates: Version 2018.v1. The product will be updated as required when new information is available to improve accuracy of the product and to reflect changes and disturbance to vegetation, especially in the urban environment. Fit for purpose: Mapped at 1:10,000. This scale is for use at scales ranging from broad regional planning to local planning and property planning. References: Armstrong et al (2013). Plant communities of the upper Murrumbidgee catchment in New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory. Cunninghamia13(1): 125-265 (2013). Baines et al (2013). The vegetation of the Kowen, Majura and Jerrabomberra Districts of the Australian Capital Territory. Technical Report 28 prepared for Conservation Planning and Research, ACT Government. van Dijk (2017in draft). Landscape Observatory. TERN & Fenner School of Environment & Society, Australian National University 2017. Keith (2004). Ocean Shores to Desert Dunes. The Native Vegetation of the New South Wales and the ACT. NSW Department of Environment and Conservation.
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Over the course of 2016-17, agencies reviewed their capital works program in light of forecast expenditure for the year and re-profiled project funding where appropriate.