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December, 2010

21/12/2010 Australia's population growth rate lowest since March 2007 (Media Release), Jun 2010 (cat no. 3101.0)
21/12/2010 Australian Rules still our favourite spectator sport (Media Release), 2009-10 (cat no. 4174.0)
21/12/2010 Silver screen devotees: cinema still Australians' favourite cultural activity (Media Release), 2009-10 (cat no. 4114.0)
21/12/2010 Walking still Australia's favourite physical activity (Media Release), 2009-10 (cat no. 4177.0)
21/12/2010 Women entering SA's workforce at a rate of 1.7 times that of men (Media Release), Dec 2010 (cat no. 1345.4)
16/12/2010 Percentage of Australians disabled due to physical health conditions decreased (Media Release), 2009 (cat no. 4430.0)
14/12/2010 Getting the family together for Christmas? (Media Release), Dec 2010 (cat no. 4102.0)
13/12/2010 Work-related injury or illness down, men still at most risk , 2009-10 (cat no. 6324.0)
09/12/2010 Australia's unemployment rate decreased 0.2 percentage points to 5.2 per cent in November 2010 (Media Release), Nov 2010 (cat no. 6202.0)
09/12/2010 Women in prison rise by 5% (Media Release), 2010 (cat no. 4517.0)
07/12/2010 Wine production still dropping (Media Release), 2010 (cat no. 1329.0)
06/12/2010 ABS announces changes to the CPI (Media Release), Dec 2010 (cat no. 6469.0)
06/12/2010 ACT residents getting older and working longer (Media Release}, Dec 2010 (cat no. 1308.8)
02/12/2010 ABS challenges students to design Australia's data future (Media Release), 2010
02/12/2010 More water-saving devices in high-income households (Media Release), 2010 (cat no. 1367.5)
02/12/2010 Retail Trade down 1.1% in October 2010 (seasonally adjusted) (Media Release), Oct 2010 (cat no. 8501.0)
01/12/2010 Australian economic growth slows (Media Release), Sep 2010 (cat no. 5206.0)

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