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1345.4 - SA Stats, Oct 2007  
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 30/10/2007   
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In this issue
30/10/2007 | This issue of SA Stats focuses on attendance in cultural venues and events in South Australia in 2005-06.

Image: DemographyDemography
Includes: Estimated Resident Population
02/10/2007 | The estimated resident population (ERP) for South Australia was 1,581,400 at 31 March 2007, an increase of 16,100 persons (1.0%) since 31 March 2006.

Image: State AccountsState Accounts
Includes: State Final Demand, Household Final Consumption Expenditure
02/10/2007 | South Australia's June 2007 quarter State Final Demand in chain volume (trend) terms was $17,000m and Australia's Domestic Final Demand was $255,040m.

Image: ConsumptionConsumption
Includes: Retail Turnover, New Motor Vehicle Sales
02/10/2007 | The July 2007 trend estimate for South Australia's retail turnover was $1,385.5m, compared with the Australian total of $19,292.1m.

Image: InvestmentInvestment
Includes: Private New Capital Expenditure, Mineral and Petroleum Exploration Expenditure
02/10/2007 | Between the March 2007 and the June 2007 quarters, the South Australian chain volume (trend) estimate of private new capital expenditure increased by 0.9% to $1,248m.

Image: ProductionProduction
Includes: Building Approvals
02/10/2007 | In July 2007, the total number (in trend terms) of dwelling units approved in South Australia was 893. Nationally, the total number (in trend terms) of dwelling units approved was 12,775.

Image: PricesPrices
Includes: Consumer Price Index (CPI)
02/10/2007 | The all groups consumer price index (CPI) for Adelaide increased by 1.7% in the 12 months to June 2007, compared with a 2.1% rise in the weighted average of eight capital cities.

Image: Labour ForceLabour Force
Includes: Job Vacancies, Employed persons, Unemployment, Participation rate
02/10/2007 | In original terms, South Australia's total number of job vacancies decreased to about 10,000 in August 2007 from 10,200 in May 2007. The August 2007 vacancies were 11% higher than in August 2006.

Images: IncomesIncomes
Includes: Average Weekly Earnings
02/10/2007 | The trend estimate of average weekly (ordinary time) earnings for full-time adult persons in South Australia increased by 2.5% in the 12 months to May 2007 reaching $1,011.10.

Image: International Merchandise TradeInternational Merchandise Trade
Includes: Exports and Imports
02/10/2007 | The value of South Australian merchandise exports (in original terms) was $916m in July 2007 up 39.4% from $657m in July 2006. The value of merchandise imports decreased to $511m in July 2007 from $557m in June 2007.

Image: Housing FinanceHousing Finance
Includes: Housing Finance Commitments
02/10/2007 | The trend estimate of the total value of housing finance commitments (owner occupation) in South Australia has risen by 11.2% to $1,006m in the 12 months to July 2007.

Image: EnvironmentEnvironment
Includes: Winter Rainfall, Adelaide's Reservoir Levels
02/10/2007 | Winter rainfall recorded at the Adelaide (Kent Town) site of the Bureau of Meteorology for June 2007 was 71% of the season average. The agricultural and pastoral districts of South Australia generally received well below average winter rains.

Image: TourismTourism
Includes: Tourist Accommodation
02/10/2007 | The South Australian room occupancy rate for hotels, motels and serviced apartments with 15 or more rooms was 63% in the March 2007 quarter.


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