Australian Bureau of Statistics

Rate the ABS website
ABS Home
ABS @ Facebook ABS @ Twitter ABS RSS ABS Email notification service
ABS Release Advice  
Latest ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 30/07/2014 Released Today  

All statistics on the ABS website can be downloaded free of charge. Charges may apply for publications in hard copy format.


Catalogue Number
    Title

Wednesday 30 July 2014
3101.0
Additional Information
    Australian Demographic Statistics, December 2013
    Additional data cube released. This additional data cube contains an estimate of the number of households for each state, territory and Australia based on the 2011 Census.
4260.0
First Issue
    Outcomes from Vocational Education and Training in Schools, experimental estimates, Australia, 2006-2011
    Presents information on the characteristics of students engaged in vocational education and training in school, and their outcomes such as further study and participation in the labour market. The information is based on the integration of vocational education and training in schools data, provided by the National Centre for Vocational Education Research, and Census of Population and Housing data.
4902.0
    Australian Culture and Leisure Classifications, 2014 (Third Edition)
    Presents three separate classifications for culture and leisure data. These cover industries, occupations and products.
5249.0.55.004
First Issue
    Information Paper: Tourism Satellite Account: Introduction of Experimental Chain Volume Estimates, 2012-13
    Contains experimental estimates of chain volume estimates for Tourism, including a Tourism price index.
6467.0
    Selected Living Cost Indexes, Australia, June 2014
    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.
9309.0
    Motor Vehicle Census, Australia, 31 January 2014
    Data from the Motor Vehicle Census will be available via Table Builder (Microdata: Census of Motor Vehicles Australia (cat.no 9309.0.55.003). Table Builder provides a range of benefits over the previously released data cube products including an increased number of data items, Australia level data available in the one dataset and an increased capacity to cross tabulate. This means that the data cubes normally released as part of the Motor Vehicle Census publication (cat no. 9309.0) are no longer be available.

Thursday 31 July 2014
4906.0
Additional Information
    Personal Safety, Australia, 2005
    An additional data cube is to be released from the 2005 Personal Safety Survey providing more detailed information about men's and women's experience of selected sexual harassment behaviours by sex of perpetrator.
6457.0
    International Trade Price Indexes, Australia, June 2014
    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).
8622.0
    Retail and Wholesale Industries, Australia, 2012-13
    Presents estimates of the economic and financial performance of Retail and Wholesale businesses in Australia. It includes data on employment, income, expenses and profitability by Retail and Wholesale businesses classified to Division, Subdivision and Class level of ANZSIC06. Key data items are also available by State and by business size.
8731.0
    Building Approvals, Australia, June 2014
    Provides the number and value of dwelling units approved by sector (public/private) and by state, number and value of new houses, new other residential dwelling units approved by type of building, and the number and value of non-residential building jobs approved by type of building (i.e. by function such as 'retail and wholesale trade', 'offices') and value ranges. State data includes the number of private sector houses approved; number and value of new other residential dwellings by type of building such as flats, units or apartments in a building of one or two storeys; number and value of non-residential building jobs by type of building and sector; and for Greater Capital City Statistical Areas, the total number of dwelling units approved broken down by Houses, Dwellings Excluding Houses and Total Dwelling Units. Seasonally adjusted and trend estimates by state are included for the number of dwelling units and value of building approved. The quarterly value of building approved is shown in chain volume measure terms. Small geographic area data cubes are presented for Statistical Areas Level 2 and Local Government Areas.

Friday 1 August 2014
4906.0
Additional Information
    Personal Safety, Australia, 2012
    Information about men's and women's experience of selected types of sexual harassment behaviours will be released for the first time from the 2012 Personal Safety Survey (PSS). Additional information from the 2012 PSS will also be released about women with a disability and their experience of violence by disability status and type of disability. Extra summary information will be added to the main findings from the survey and additional data cubes will be released.
6427.0
    Producer Price Indexes, Australia, June 2014
    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).

Monday 4 August 2014
8501.0
    Retail Trade, Australia, June 2014
    Contains monthly estimates of turnover for retail establishments. Trend, seasonally adjusted and original estimates are included for industry groups and states and Australia in current price terms. More detailed current price data classified by state and industry sub group are available from the downloads tab on the ABS website

Tuesday 5 August 2014
5368.0
    International Trade in Goods and Services, Australia, June 2014
    Provides estimates for 15 months of the major aggregates for, and the balance on, international trade in goods and services (balance of payments basis) in both seasonally adjusted and trend estimates terms. Longer term graphs are provided, in seasonally adjusted and trend estimates terms, for the goods and services aggregates, and the balance on goods and services. In addition it provides more detailed commodity statistics for both goods and services in original terms, with goods provided on balance of payments and international trade basis, together with year-to-date information. More detailed services statistics, in seasonally adjusted and trend terms on a monthly basis as well as original terms on a quarterly basis are also provided. Merchandise imports and exports are provided at one and two digit SITC level with selected commodities at three digit level. Merchandise trade data are provided by country and by state. Data on exchange rates and analytical comments are included.

Wednesday 6 August 2014
1006.0
    Forward Work Program, 2014-15 to 2017-18
    The ABS Forward Work Program (FWP) is produced annually and is one of the suite of ABS corporate publications.

    The FWP provides background information about statistical and non-statistical programs across the ABS, their objectives and the outputs they produce. It includes program costs and outlines developments in the work program for each of the statistical and non-statistical programs over the next four years. The FWP covers all programs in the ABS, across Central Office (Canberra) and all eight state and territory regional offices.
4500.0
    Crime and Justice News, July 2013 to June 2014
    Crime and Justice News is the annual newsletter of the National Centre for Crime and Justice Statistics (NCCJS) at the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS).

    Crime and Justice News provides information on current and upcoming projects, recent NCCJS publications and information about current issues in measuring crime and justice.
4603.0.55.001
First Issue
    Discussion paper: Towards an Environmental Expenditure Account, Australia, August 2014
    As part of a set of integrated environmental–economic accounts currently being produced by the ABS that uses the System of Environmental–Economic Accounting (SEEA), the Centre of Environmental Statistics proposes development of an environmental expenditure account (EEA) in the form of an information paper. The proposed information paper will cover expenditure on both environmental protection and natural resource management. Feedback on the proposed information paper will be sought from internal and external stakeholders on how the proposed environmental expenditure accounts might be used by policy and research agencies; on any technical and conceptual issues where readers have expertise; and for the identification and accessibility of appropriate information and data sources for further development of the accounts.


Bookmark and Share. Opens in a new window


Commonwealth of Australia 2014

Unless otherwise noted, content on this website is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 Australia Licence together with any terms, conditions and exclusions as set out in the website Copyright notice. For permission to do anything beyond the scope of this licence and copyright terms contact us.