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Facts at your Fingertips: Health (Media Release), 2011 (cat no. 4841.0)
Facts for Women's Health Week (Media Release),
Fall in the number of recorded victims of crime (Media Release), 2002 (cat no. 4510.0)
Falls in Indigenous infant mortality rates, but wide disparities still exist: ABS & AIHW (Media Release), 2008 (cat no. 4704.0)
Families Week facts and figures from the ABS (Media Release),
Family historians ask Australia to tick 'yes' in Census Time Capsule (Media Release), Jul 2001
Farm debt up, other farm finances maintain previous levels (Media Release), 1997-98 (cat no. 7506.0)
Farm finances hold steady (Media Release), 1996-97 (cat no. 7506.0)
Farm use of information technology increases (Media Release), 1998-99 (cat no. 8134.0)
Farmers in Far North Queensland to receive 2006 Agricultural Census forms (Media Release), Jun 2006
Farmers more environmental than ten years ago (Media Release), 2006
Father's Day 2002: ABS facts for features (Media Release), Aug 2002
Father's Day 2003: ABS facts for features (Media Release), Sep 2003
Father’s Day 2012: Not all jobs and play for dads - there's chores too! (Media Release), Jul 2012 (cat no. 4125.0)
Father’s Day 2013: It’s official - dads aren’t getting any younger! (Media Release), Aug 2013 (cat no. 4125.0)
Fathers' Day 2008 facts and figures from the ABS (Media Release),
Feature article in International Merchandise Trade today (Media Release), Sep 2002 (cat no. 5422.0)
Federal Defendants, Selected States and Territories (Media Release), 2010-11 (cat no. 4515.0)
Federal fraud cases drop by 39 per cent (Media Release), 2011-12 (cat no. 4515.0)
Federal offences increase, federal defendants decrease (Media Release), 2012-13 (cat no. 4515.0)
Female labour force participation continues to rise (Media Release), February 1997 (cat no. 6206.0)
Females continue to stay longer at school (Media Release), 1998 (cat no. 4221.0)
Females dominate physiotherapy profession (Media Release), 1997-98 (cat no. 8552.0)
Fertility Rate Holds - ABS (Media Release), 2000 (cat no. 3301.0)
Fertility rates decline in 2009 (Media Release), 2009 (cat no. 3301.0)
Fertility statistics for 2006 now available: ABS (Media Release), 2006 (cat no. 3301.0)
Festive facts and figures from the ABS,
Festive facts and figures from the ABS (Media Release),
Festive facts and figures from the ABS (Media Release),
Fewer and fewer young farmers (Media Release), 2001 (cat no. 2055.0)
Fewer babies, longer lives: Australia by age and sex (Media Release), Jun 1999 (cat no. 3201.0)
Fewer beds but more jobs and money in ACT hotels and motels: Mar 2007 (Media Release), 2007 (cat no. 1344.8.55.001)
Fewer businesses, greater profits (Media Release), 1998-99 (cat no. 8140.0)
Fewer farms irrigating in 2003-04: ABS (Media Release), 2003-04 (cat no. 4618.0)
Fewer home owners mortgage-free in 2003-04 than nine years earlier: ABS (Media Release), 2003-2004 (cat no. 4130.0.55.001)
Fewer marriages, more divorces - part of a twenty year trend (Media Release), 2001 (cat no. 3310.0)
Fewer people involved in organising sport (Media Release), Apr 2001 (cat no. 6285.0)
Fewer victims of crime in the ACT during 2004: ABS (Media Release), 2005 (cat no. 1344.8.55.001)
Film and video production and distribution industries employ more - ABS (Media Release), 1996-97 (cat no. 8679.0)
Financial security drives retirement timing expectations (Media Release), Jul 2008 to Jun 2009 (cat no. 6238.0)
Financial security will determine when people retire (Media Release), Jul 2006 to Jun 2007 (cat no. 6238.0)
Financial Stress in the ACT Lower than National Figure (Media Release), 2005 (cat no. 1344.8.55.001)
First ABS Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Survey to Collect Experiences of Homelessness,
First Australian baby boomers reach 60: ABS (Media Release), Jun 2006 (cat no. 3201.0)
First estimates on value of agricultural commodities show record year in 2001-02 (Media Release), 2001-02 (cat no. 7501.0)
First national personal safety survey released today: ABS, 2005 (Reissue) (cat no. 4906.0)
First national report on hospital admissions for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders released on Monday (Media Release), 1997-98 (cat no. 4711.0)
First national report on hospital admissions for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders (Media Release), 1997-98 (cat no. 4711.0)
First release of household distributional information (Media Release), 2009-10 (cat no. 5204.0.55.009)
Flexible work arrangements help mothers back to work (Media Release), Nov 2013 (cat no. 4102.0)
Footy Stats (Media Release), Oct 2013 (cat no. 1408.0.55.001)
Foreign-owned firms account for 25 per cent of WA private new capital expenditure (Media Release), 1998-99 (cat no. 5674.5)
Foreign ownership up but farms still mostly Australian (Media Release), Jun 2013 (cat no. 7127.0)
Forms of Employment, Australia (Media Release), November 2012 (cat no. 6359.0)
Forrest and Red Hill top Australian Capital Territory's income list (Media Release), 2003-04 to 2007-08 (cat no. 6524.0.55.002)
Forthcoming changes to labour force statistics (Media Release), 2003 (cat no. 6292.0)
Four million Australians have a disability (Media Release), 2009 (cat no. 4429.0)
Four out of five employees have pay set by individual or collective agreement (Media Release), May 2002 (cat no. 6305.0)
From birth to death - a statistical look at SA's population (Media Release), 1999 (cat no. 3311.4)
Fruitful year for the wine industry (Media Release), 2004 (cat no. 1329.0)
Full-Time Employees Stay Longer: ABS (Media Release), Nov 2002 (cat no. 6254.0)
Full range of 2001 census data released tomorrow (Media Release), Nov 2002
Fun run event to raise funds for cancer this Thursday: ABS (Media Release), May 2005
Funding for culture on the up (Media Release), 1998-99 (cat no. 4183.0)



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