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Media Releases by Release Date

December, 2011

21/12/2011 Tourism continues to grow with record visitor numbers (Media Release), 2010-11 (cat no. 5249.0)
20/12/2011 Australian energy production dominated by exports (Media Release), 2009-10 (cat no. 4604.0)
19/12/2011 WA fastest growing population in the country (Media Release), Jun 2011 (cat no. 3101.0)
15/12/2011 Nearly three-quarters of Australian households now have broadband (Media Release), 2010-11 (cat no. 8146.0)
14/12/2011 20% of tertiary students are from overseas (Media Release), Dec 2011 (cat no. 4102.0)
13/12/2011 Part-time work popular before retirement (Media Release), July 2010 to June 2011 (cat no. 6238.0)
08/12/2011 Australia's unemployment rate increased 0.1 percentage points to 5.3 per cent in November 2011 (Media Release), Nov 2011 (cat no. 6202.0)
08/12/2011 Prisoner numbers drop for the first time in a decade (Media Release), 2011 (cat no. 4517.0)
07/12/2011 Australian National Accounts: National Income, Expenditure and Product (Media Release), Sep 2011 (cat no. 5206.0)
06/12/2011 Australians want more work (Media Release), July 2010 to June 2011 (cat no. 6239.0)
06/12/2011 Balance of Payments and International Investment Position, Australia (Media Release), Sep 2011 (cat no. 5302.0)
01/12/2011 Dwelling approvals fall in October (Media Release), October 2011 (cat no. 8731.0)
01/12/2011 Retail turnover rises 0.2% in October 2011 (Media Release), Oct 2011 (cat no. 8501.0)
01/12/2011 Women more likely to volunteer than men (Media Release), 2010 (cat no. 4441.0)

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