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1301.6.55.001 - Tasmanian Statistical News, Dec 2010  
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ISSUE (QUARTER) Release Date
March 2011 8 March 2011


Welcome to the December 2010 issue of Tasmanian Statistical News.

Want to hear about the new geographical classification that all ABS' spatial data will be based on in the future? Looking for a better way to find information on the ABS website? Interested in regional data? Want to know about what's been happening in the world of agricultural statistics? Need a guide for using statistics for evidence-based policy?

The 'What's New' Section in this issue will inform you about those areas of interest.

Other topics discussed in this issue include: the 2011 Census and Tasmanian Aboriginal Communities, ABS assistance for the Tasmanian Cost of Living Strategy, World Statistics Day celebrations around Australia, NatStats Conference recommendations, Australian Social Trends, new Media Centre page and Disability and Carers topic page on the ABS website, new releases, upcoming training and statistical literacy.

There is even an opportunity to have your say in improving the content of Tasmanian publications produced by the ABS.

We hope you find this newsletter interesting and informative, and we welcome your feedback and comments.


For further information about these and related statistics, contact the National Information and Referral Service on 1300 135 070.

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