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32. Population trends and estimates

3201.0Animated Population Pyramid launched on ABS web site - We're getting older (Media Release), Jun 2004
3201.0Australia's population continues to age (Media Release), Jun 2001
3201.0Australia's population continues to age (Media Release), Jun 2009
3201.0Australia's population keeps getting older: ABS (Media Release), Jun 2002 to Jun 2007
3201.0Australia continues ageing (Media Release), Jun 2005
3201.0Fewer babies, longer lives: Australia by age and sex (Media Release), Jun 1999
3201.0First Australian baby boomers reach 60: ABS (Media Release), Jun 2006
3201.0Larger and older population: Australia by age and sex (Media Release), Jun 2000
3201.0Northern Territory's population the most youthful (Media Release), Jun 2003
3201.0Oldest Population: Tasmania Overtakes South Australia (Media Release), Jun 2007
3201.0Young Australian Children on the increase: ABS, Jun 2008
3218.0Biggest electorate? Oldest electorate? New figures from ABS (Media Release), 2012
3218.0Capital cities dominate regional population growth (Media Release), 1998-99
3218.0Capital cities: past, present and future (Media Release), 2012-13
3218.0Capital city growth continues: ABS (Media Release), 1999-2000
3218.0Capital city growth rates continue to climb, Perth and Darwin lead: ABS (Media Release), 2008-09
3218.0Emphasis is on growth in regional population report (Media Release), 1997-98
3218.0Inner Sydney, Australia’s most densely populated (Media Release), 2011-12
3218.0Large population growth in our outer suburbs : ABS (Media Release), 2007-08
3218.0Latest official Local Government Area population estimates (Based on 2001 Census) (Media Release), 1991 to 2001
3218.0Melbourne dominates population growth (Media Release), 2011
3218.0Melbourne grows faster than Sydney in 2004-05 (Media Release), 2004-05
3218.0Perth: Fastest growing city in 2005-06: ABS (Media Release), 2005-06
3218.0Population Change (Media Release), 2002-03
3218.0Population growth surges in the outer suburbs - ACT (Media Release), 2010-11
3218.0Population growth surges in the outer suburbs - NSW (Media Release), 2010-11
3218.0Population growth surges in the outer suburbs - NT (Media Release), 2010-11
3218.0Population growth surges in the outer suburbs - QLD (Media Release), 2010-11
3218.0Population growth surges in the outer suburbs - SA (Media Release), 2010-11
3218.0Population growth surges in the outer suburbs - TAS (Media Release), 2010-11
3218.0Population growth surges in the outer suburbs - VIC (Media Release), 2010-11
3218.0Population growth surges in the outer suburbs - WA (Media Release), 2010-11
3218.0Population Growth (Media Release), 2001-02
3218.0Population Growth: The Trend Is City Living Or Seachange - ABS (Media Release), 2000-01
3218.0Population: capital city growth rate up! (Media Release), 2006-07
3218.0Population: Mining areas boom, drought-affected areas decline (Media Release), 1996 to 2006
3218.0Regional population growth figures for local government areas released tomorrow (Media Release), 1991 to 2001
3218.0Regional Population Growth, Australia (Media Release), 2009-10
3218.0South- East QLD has Highest Population Growth in 2003-04 (Media Release), 2003-04
3218.0Wagga Wagga Population Estimates (Media Release), 1991 to 2001
3222.0ABS says grey power on the rise (Media Release), 1999 to 2101
3222.0Australia's population projected to double by 2075 (Media Release), 2012 (base) to 2101
3222.0Australia's population reaches 19 million (Media Release), 1997 to 2051
3222.0Australia in 2051: almost half the population older than 50 years (Media Release), 2004 to 2101
3222.0Labour force ageing, growth likely to slow (Media Release), 1997 to 2051
3222.0One in four Australians aged 65 years and over by 2056: ABS (Media Release), 2006 to 2101
3222.0Proportion in Working Ages Set to Decline (Media Release), 2002 to 2101
3222.0Where our population is headed by 2051 - ABS (Media Release), 1997 to 2051
3222.6One in four Tasmanians will be over 65 by 2021 (Media Release), 1999 to 2021
3222.7Darwin's population could hit 185,000 in next 20 years (Media Release), 1999 to 2021
3230.0Indigenous population grew by 2.3 percent per year between 1991 and 1996 (Media Release), 1991 to 1996
3231.0ABS projects increase in Australia's Indigenous population (Media Release), 1996 to 2006
3235.0Biggest electorate? Oldest electorate? New figures from ABS (Media Release), 2012
3235.0Darwin the top place for young blokes (Media Release), 2011
3235.1Over-65's abound on mid-north coast (Media Release), Jun 2000
3235.1Sydney has a higher proportion of "working age" population (Media Release), Jun 1999
3235.2Strong population growth in parts of Melbourne, some regional centres (Media Release), Jun 2000
3235.3Qld has fastest growing population in 2000 (Media Release), Jun 2000
3235.3Queensland population centre in Gaydah Shire (Media Release), Jun 1999
3235.5Surge in number of older people in WA (Media Release), Jun 2000
3235.7Men still outnumber women in the NT (Media Release), Jun 2000
3235.8ACT population is younger than Australian Population (Media Release), Jun 2000
3236.04 million more households in 25 years: ABS (Media Release), 2006 to 2031
3236.0ABS projects more Australians to be home alone by 2021 (Media Release), 1996 to 2021
3236.0Loners may double by 2026 (Media Release), 2001 to 2026
3237.2ABS: Victoria's movers - how many, how far and why (Media Release), Oct 1999
3237.3Perfect one day; moving the next (Media Release), Oct 2000
3238.0Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population may exceed 900,000 by 2026 (Media Release), 2001 to 2026
3238.0Australia's Indigenous population to exceed 700,000 by 2021 (Media Release), 1991 to 2021
3238.0.55.001Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population nearing 700,000 (Media Release), June 2011
3238.0.55.001Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population tops half a million: ABS (Media Release), Jun 2006
3239.0.55.001Latest population of states and territories out tomorrow (Media Release), Sep 2002
3240.02.7 million people moved their usual residence in NSW and Victoria: ABS (Media Release), October 2008
3240.1One in four NSW households moved in last three years: ABS (Media Release), Oct 2004

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