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33. Vital statistics

3301.0ABS: Australian fertility rate highest in 10 years (Media Release), 2005
3301.0Age of women giving birth now older than ever (Media Release), 2002
3301.0Australia's fertility rate below replacement level for the 20th year - ABS (Media Release), 1997
3301.0Australia's fertility rate remains steady (Media Release), 2003
3301.0Australia records a slight fertility increase in 2004: ABS (Media Release), 2004
3301.0Australian fertility continues to decline - ABS (Media Release), 1998
3301.0Births, Australia (Media Release), 2008
3301.0Births, Australia (Media Release), 2010
3301.0Fertility Rate Holds - ABS (Media Release), 2000
3301.0Fertility rates decline in 2009 (Media Release), 2009
3301.0Fertility statistics for 2006 now available: ABS (Media Release), 2006
3301.0Highest number of births on record, fertility increases again: ABS (Media Release), 2007
3301.0Many Women Are Delaying Motherhood: ABS (Media Release), 1999
3301.0Mothers Day 2001: ABS facts for features (Media Release), 2001
3301.0Number of teenage mothers lowest in a decade (Media Release), 2012
3301.0Older mothers and less babies - a 25 year trend (Media Release), 2001
3301.0Record number of women over 40 having babies (Media Release), 2011
3302.0Australian's life expectancy among the highest in the world (Media Release), 2010
3302.0Australians among the most long-lived - ABS (Media Release), 1997
3302.0Australians are living longer: ABS (Media Release), 2003
3302.0Australians are living longer: ABS (Media Release), 2007
3302.0Australians live longer: mortality indicators improve (Media Release), 2001
3302.0Australians living longer than ever (Media Release), 2005
3302.0Australians living longer (Media Release), 2012
3302.0Death rates lower for married Australians - ABS (Media Release), 1996
3302.0Death rates lowest on record (Media Release), 2009
3302.0Death rates lowest on record: ABS (Media Release), 2004
3302.0Deaths, Australia (Media Release), 2008
3302.0Life expectancy continues to increase - ABS (Media Release), 1998
3302.0Life expectancy gap decreases (Media Release), 1999
3302.0Life expectancy in Australia continues to climb higher and higher (Media Release), 2011
3302.0Mortality statistics for 2006: ABS (Media Release), 2006
3302.0Variations in mortality evident for different population groups in Australia (Media Release), 2001
3302.0We're living longer than ever before say the statistics (Media Release), 2000
3302.0.55.003Life Tables for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians (Media Release), 2010-2012
3302.0.55.003New estimates of Indigenous life expectancy released : ABS (Media Release), 2005–2007
3303.0AIDS-related deaths decrease while deaths from suicide increase (Media Release), 1997
3303.0Cancer still the biggest killer but Australians live longer (Media Release), 1999
3303.0Causes of Death, Australia (Media Release), 2011
3303.0Christmas causes of death an email hoax: ABS (Media Release), 2002
3303.0Deaths from dementia and Alzheimer's more than double in a decade: ABS (Media Release), 2007
3303.0Deaths from diabetes and senile dementia increase (Media Release), 1996
3303.0Heart disease deaths still falling, but dementia on the rise (Media Release), 2012
3303.0Heart disease still the leading cause of death in Australia (Media Release), 2009
3303.0Heart diseases decrease over a decade (Media Release), 2010
3303.0Less heart disease, more dementia: ABS (Media Release), 2008
3303.0Nearly two thirds of Australians die from heart disease or cancer (Media Release), 2006
3306.0.55.001Marriages continue to increase in 2007: ABS (Media Release), 2007
3307.0.55.001Less couples seek divorce in 2007: ABS (Media Release), 2007
3309.0ABS finds suicide highest in 25-44 age group (Media Release), 1921 to 1998
3309.0Suicide rates decrease over a decade (Media Release), 2010
3310.0Australians marry less and later but divorce more (Media Release), 1997
3310.0Australians spend less of life married - ABS report (Media Release), 2000
3310.0Civil celebrants more popular than ever (Media Release), 2002
3310.0Fewer marriages, more divorces - part of a twenty year trend (Media Release), 2001
3310.0Marriage rate up - divorce rate down (Media Release), 1998
3310.0Marriage rates steady but divorce trends and defactos rise - ABS (Media Release), 1997
3310.0Marriages - Couples choose civil celebrants (Media Release), 1999
3310.0Marriages and Divorces, Australia (Media Release), 2012
3310.0More marriages and less divorces in 2008: ABS (Media Release), 2008
3311.1Marriage in NSW - the inside story (Media Release), 2001
3311.1Resident's of Hornsby-Ku-ring-gai live longer (Media Release), 2000
3311.1Rural NSW has higher fertility and more exnuptial births (Media Release), 1999
3311.2Interstate migration gains reverse 20 year trend for Victoria (Media Release), 1998
3311.2Victoria's population continues to grow (Media Release), 2001
3311.2Victorian ex-nuptial births more likely to be recognised by father (Media Release), 2000
3311.2Victorians are delaying marriage, children and death (Media Release), 1996
3311.2Victorians continue to delay marriage, children and death - ABS (Media Release), 1997
3311.3Beautiful one day, perfect the next: Queensland population soars (Media Release), 1999
3311.3Queensland - The Fastest Growing State In Australia: ABS (Media Release), 2000
3311.3Queensland the boom state (Media Release), 2001
3311.3Queensland: marriages up, interstate migration down (Media Release), 1998
3311.3.55.001Queensland's population growth still leads the country (Media Release), 2004 Final
3311.4A snapshot of the SA population from the ABS (Media Release), 1998
3311.4Demography In South Australia: A Wrap-Up For 2000 (Media Release), 2000
3311.4From birth to death - a statistical look at SA's population (Media Release), 1999
3311.4SA marriage and birth rates fall to 150 year low (Media Release), 2001
3311.4SA population growth rate up, birthrate down (Media Release), 1997
3311.4South Australia - What a state we're in! (Media Release), 1996
3311.4South Australians - living longer (Media Release), 1995
3311.5WA population continues to grow and age - ABS (Media Release), 1997
3311.5Western Australia's growth exceeds national rate (Media Release), 1999
3311.5Western Australian Fertility Is In Decline (Media Release), 2000
3311.7The Northern Territory - a unique population (Media Release), 1999
3311.8ACT has lowest birth and death rates in Australia (Media Release), 2000
3311.8ACT has lowest birth and death rates in Australia (Media Release), 2000
3311.8ACT has lowest birth and death rates in Australia (Media Release), 2000
3311.8ACT has the lowest fertility and the highest life expectancy in Australia (Media Release), 2001
3311.8ACT men living longer (Media Release), 1998
3311.8A.C.T. demography differs from national average - ABS (Media Release), 1997
3311.8Latest demographic update of the ACT (Media Release), 1996
3311.8The changing face of Canberra (Media Release), 1999
3315.0Indigenous Australians: Premature Death, Chronic Disease and Injury (Media Release), 1997
3318.0Mortality atlas reveals higher death rates in remote Australia (Media Release), 1997 to 2000
3320.0Death rate from external causes highest in the Northern Territory (Media Release), 1998 to 2002
3320.0Suicide and transport accidents remain leading external causes of deaths (Media Release), 1998 to 2002

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