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February, 1999

24/02/1999 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians: A statistical profile from the 1996 Census (Feature Article), 1999 (cat no. 1301.0)
24/02/1999 Activity patterns of people with a disability or who are principal carers (Feature Article), 1999 (cat no. 1301.0)
24/02/1999 Australia's nonprofit sector (Feature Article), 1999 (cat no. 1301.0)
24/02/1999 Australians' literacy skills: How do they rate internationally? (Feature Article), 1999 (cat no. 1301.0)
24/02/1999 Developments in Australian exports - a longer term perspective (Feature Article), 1999 (cat no. 1301.0)
24/02/1999 Employment generation by the small business sector (Feature Article), 1999 (cat no. 1301.0)
24/02/1999 Household investors in rental dwellings (Feature Article), 1999 (cat no. 1301.0)
24/02/1999 Impact of changes in international standards on Australia's international accounts (Feature Article), 1999 (cat no. 1301.0)
24/02/1999 Lifetime Childlessness (Feature Article), Sep 1999 (cat no. 3101.0)
24/02/1999 Major changes to the National Accounts (Feature Article), 1999 (cat no. 1301.0)
24/02/1999 Mental health of Australian adults (Feature Article), 1999 (cat no. 1301.0)
24/02/1999 National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Survey: law and justice issues (Feature Article), 1999 (cat no. 1301.0)
24/02/1999 Older Australians (Feature Article), 1999 (cat no. 1301.0)
24/02/1999 Outcomes of the 13th Series Australian Consumer Price Index Review (Feature Article), 1999 (cat no. 1301.0)
24/02/1999 The family home-value and equity (Feature Article), 1999 (cat no. 1301.0)
24/02/1999 The information society and the information economy in Australia (Feature Article), 1999 (cat no. 1301.0)

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