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1386.0 - What's New in Regional Statistics, Dec 2008  
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 03/12/2008   
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CONTENTS

Welcome from the Director
Includes: Welcome from the Director of the Rural and Regional Statistics National Centre.
Explore Your Region with the National Regional Profile
Includes: An article showing how you can use data from the new version of the National Regional Profile to see changes in your region over time and compare your region to other regions, your State/Territory or Australia.
ABS to Replace Statistical Geography in 2011
Includes: An article highlighting the changes the ABS will be making to statistical geography in 2011.
Economy
Includes: Information about an article on Interstate Commuters and details of the upcoming releases of Personal Income Tax Data.
Population and People
Includes: Recent 2006 Census releases such as the CDATA online tool, and the Estimated Resident Population DataPack. Other releases include Perspectives on Regional Australia: Population Turnover, and Population by Age and Sex: Regions of Australia.
Industry
Includes: Recent releases such as Agricultural Commodities: Small Area Data, a range of Agricultural State Profiles, and Tourist Accommodation: Small Area Data.
Environment and Energy
Includes: The recent releases of Water and the Murray-Darling Basin - A Statistical Profile, Water Use on Australian Farms, and Natural Resource Management on Australian Farms.
Other News and Contacts
Includes: Recent releases such as State and Regional Indicators for Tasmania and Victoria, Regional Statistics: Northern Territory, information about the new release NSW State and Regional Indicators, About us and how to Contact us.


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