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Friday 24 April 2015
No scheduled releases today.

Monday 27 April 2015
No scheduled releases today.

Tuesday 28 April 2015
4402.0
    Childhood Education and Care, Australia, June 2014
    This publication presents information on children aged 0-12 years and their families. Information presented includes: use of formal and informal care; cost and duration of care; working arrangements used by parents to care for their children; attendance at preschool programs; requirements for additional formal care or preschool; and informal learning.

    Please note that the state and territory level and timeseries data cubes previously published under catalogue number 4402.0.55.003 will now be published under this 4402.0 catalogue number.

    Timeseries data cubes will be available at the same time as the main data cubes, The state and territory level data cubes will be available by June 2015.

Wednesday 29 April 2015
4364.0.55.010
First Issue
    Australian Health Survey: Nutrition - Supplements, 2011-12
    This publication presents analysis about the use of dietary supplements for selected nutrients using data from the 2011-12 Australian Health Survey. It presents national level information on patterns of consumption of dietary supplements for selected nutrients. Information is presented with selected population characteristics (age and sex).

    Additional analysis on dietary supplement use is expected to be added over time.
5609.0
Replacement Content
    Housing Finance, Australia, December 2014
    Summary of Findings has been corrected to remove the dollar ($) signs and the abbreviated millions (m) from the Number of Owner Occupied Dwellings Financed. The summary of findings appears in Main Features and on page 6 of the .pdf publication. This correction does not affect data in any tables.
6467.0
    Selected Living Cost Indexes, Australia, March 2015
    These Living Cost Indexes (LCIs) are designed to measure the impact of price change on the disposable incomes of selected household types. The four household types that have been identified as being appropriate for the construction of these living cost indexes are employee households, age pensioner households, other government transfer recipient households, and self-funded retiree households.

    The Pensioner and Beneficiary Living Cost Index (PBLCI) is a measure of the effect of changes in price on the out-of-pocket living expenses of age pensioner households and other government transfer recipient households. The PBLCI is used by the government to inform policy decisions relating to the indexation of base pension rates.

    The Selected Living Cost Indexes have been constructed using an outlays approach, compared with an acquisitions approach which is used in the CPI to measure price inflation over time for the household sector as a whole.

Thursday 30 April 2015
5609.0
Replacement Content
    Housing Finance, Australia, January 2015
    Summary of Findings has been corrected to remove the dollar ($) signs and the abbreviated millions (m) from the Number of Owner Occupied Dwellings Financed. The summary of findings appears in Main Features and on page 6 of the .pdf publication. This correction does not affect data in any tables.
6457.0
    International Trade Price Indexes, Australia, March 2015
    Contains indexes measuring changes in the prices of imports of merchandise that are landed in Australia each quarter (the Import Price Index), and exports of merchandise that are shipped from Australia each quarter (the Export Price Index).

Friday 1 May 2015
3401.0.30.001
    Preliminary Estimates of Overseas Arrivals and Departures, Australia, January to March 2015
    The Preliminary Overseas Arrivals and Departures (OAD) publication contains modelled estimates on the travel movements of persons arriving in, and departing from, Australia. The focus of this release is to provide some summary OAD estimates. It includes estimates for each category of movement by each state or territory of residence/stay and for Australia. The categories include short-term movements (i.e. less than one year), long-term movements (i.e. one year or more), and permanent movements. For those interested in overseas migration statistics, permanent and long-term movements in this publication are not an appropriate source. For information on Net Overseas Migration (NOM) refer to Migration, Australia (cat. no. 3412.0) and for quarterly NOM data refer to Australian Demographic Statistics (cat. no. 3101.0). Please note the estimates in this publication are a subset of the usual range of OAD statistics, and have not been seasonally adjusted. Final OAD statistics will be available later in June 2015 in Overseas Arrivals and Departures, Australia (cat. no. 3401.0).
6427.0
    Producer Price Indexes, Australia, March 2015
    Contains a range of producer price indexes. Firstly, economy-wide indexes are presented within a Stage of Production (SOP) framework, followed by a set of stand-alone measures relating to specific industries within the Australian economy (selected mining, manufacturing, construction and services industries).


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