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This FACT indicates the percentage of people that never compost or recycle garden waste in each city. Garden waste can be recycled for use in potting mix and compost for public gardens and council-run green space. Recycling organics can be encouraged by councils by providing a garden waste recycling scheme, including organic bins.
The city with the highest rate of people who never recycle is Brisbane at 30.5 percent of the population. The city with the lowest rate is Adelaide at 10 percent of the population. This shows that Adelaide is well known for being sustainable.
This FACT indicates the number of Australians in each capital with Hindu affiliation. Hinduism is the dominant religion of the Indian subcontinent. It is described as a fusion of numerous and varied Indian cultures and traditions with diverse roots and no single founder (Wikipedia, 2014). It is most widely practiced in Nepal and India.
According to data from the 2016 Census, the city with the highest number of people who identify as Hindu is Sydney, at 170,161 persons. The city with the lowest is Hobart, at 1,627 persons.
This FACT indicates the number of primary and high schools (reception to year 12) within each capital as a proportion of 10,000 people aged from 5 - 19 years. The data reflects numbers for 2016 and was sourced from ABS Census data. After standardising these numbers, it was determined that while Sydney and Melbourne have the most schools in hard numbers, Canberra has the highest number of schools per 10,000 person (between the ages of 5 and 19). Brisbane showed the lowest number of schools per school aged person, at 12.28. Because each Australian State and Territory govern their own education system, there are variations in the modus operandi from state to state. One these differences is the age of matriculation, which usually ranges between the ages of 17 and 19.
This FACT indicates the percentage of households that own three or more laptop computers in each Australian state according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
This FACT indicates State and Territory Government financial support for musical performances in their respective jurisdictions for 2012-2013. This indicator encompasses the performance of vocal and/or instrumental music and includes funding for the purpose of recording or for later broadcast. The figures are expressed as millions of dollars.