Last week the Australian Bureau of Statistics released the findings from Census 2016.
With the data showing that two-thirds of Australians live in capital cities that are growing twice as fast as the rest of the country, there are important questions to be asked around what this means for the day to day life of Australian people.
Professor Roberta Ryan, Director of the UTS Institute for Public Policy and Governance joined 2ser to discuss what these findings mean for governments at all levels. How will they plan to meet the needs of the ever changing Australian public?
Listen to 'Census 2016 - Planning for the Future' segment on the Daily segment on 2ser, produced by Luke O'Brien.