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Friday 21 July 2017
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Monday 24 July 2017
1270.0.55.001
Additional Information
Australian Statistical Geography Standard (ASGS): Volume 1 - Main Structure and Greater Capital City Statistical Areas, July 2016
This supplementary issue contains additional content for the 2016 Australian Statistical Geography Standard (ASGS). There is an additional chapter providing information on the extent of change and stability between the 2011 and 2016 edition of the ASGS. The digital boundaries for Australia are also included as additional data cubes.

Tuesday 25 July 2017
6150.0.55.001
First Issue
Labour Account Australia, Experimental Estimates, July 2017
This publication presents experimental estimates for the Australian Labour Account for the period 2010–11 to 2015–16. The Australian Labour Account consists of eleven sets of tables focusing on four central quadrants of Jobs, Persons, Labour Volume and Labour Payments. Data in each table are available annually, and for the 19 industry divisions defined in the Australian and New Zealand Standard Industry Classification (ANZSIC). The experimental estimates presented here have been compiled from existing published and unpublished data from various sources. Unbalanced tables show the difference arising from modelling, sampling and non sampling error in source data between filled job estimates derived from business sources and household sources as a "statistical discrepancy". Balanced tables are those for which a single harmonised estimate of the number of filled jobs has been derived.

Wednesday 26 July 2017
3303.0
Additional Information
Causes of Death, Australia, 2015
Of the 159,052 deaths in Australia in 2015, around one-third (32.5%) were due to the top four leading causes.

Ischaemic heart disease and stroke are the world’s biggest killers, accounting for a combined 30,646 (19.3%) deaths in Australia in 2015. Ischaemic heart disease has remained Australia's leading cause of death over the past decade.

Dementia, including Alzheimer's disease, remains the second leading cause of death in 2015, one of the most common diseases in the elderly and a major cause of disability. Lung cancer remains the leading cause among cancer deaths, responsible for a little over 1 in 5 cancer deaths. Chronic lower respiratory diseases are the most deadly communicable diseases in Australia and complete the top five leading causes of death.

These additional articles provide further detail of the top four leading causes of death in Australia for 2015. Leading causes of death are tabulated based on the underlying cause of death. The underlying cause of death is defined by the World Health Organisation as the disease or external event which initiated the train of morbid events leading to death.
6401.0Consumer Price Index, Australia, June 2017
Movements in retail prices of goods and services commonly purchased by metropolitan households. The goods and services are divided into the following groups: food and non-alcoholic beverages; alcohol and tobacco; clothing and footwear; housing; furnishings, household equipment and services; health; transport; communication; recreation and culture; education; and insurance and financial services. Indexes for each of these groups and for 'All Groups CPI' are published for each of the state capitals along with Canberra and Darwin, and for the weighted average of the eight capital cities. Details are also shown for about 40 sub-groups and analytical series, for the weighted average of the eight capital cities.

Thursday 27 July 2017
3418.0Personal Income of Migrants, Australia, 2013–14
The Migrant Personal Income Tax (PIT) Data Integration project uses statistical techniques to link migrants' administrative records from the Department of Social Services (DSS) permanent migrant data to the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) personal income tax records. This publication presents a cross section of key results from the Personal Income Tax and Migrants Integrated dataset (PITMID) for the 2013-14 financial year, referred to as the 2013-14 PITMID, and highlights the range of data available, As the fourth issue of this release, it presents some comparisons with previous financial years' data. The personal income data is made available by the migrants' entry conditions: visa stream, primary or secondary applicant status and whether an onshore or offshore applicant.
4364.0.55.013
First Issue
Information Paper: Australian Health Survey - Evaluation, July 2017
This information paper discusses the process and outcomes of the Evaluation of the Australian Health Survey. The Australian Government Department of Health commissioned the ABS to conduct the AHS Evaluation to investigate the following: - Whether expectations regarding the population health information gaps were met. - How the data have been used, particularly with respect to the inter-relationships between the NHS data items and those in the AHS. - The perceived value and expected impact of the AHS data. - Future data requirements and frequency with which the information is required. - Improvements with respect to collection, quality and outputs that should be considered in the future.
6291.0.55.001Labour Force, Australia, Detailed - Electronic Delivery, June 2017
A range of Excel spreadsheets, pivot tables, and SuperTABLE datacubes. SuperTABLE data cubes will be discontinued after the July 2017 release. The monthly spreadsheets contain broad level data covering all the major items of the Labour Force Survey in time series format, including seasonally adjusted and trend estimates. The monthly datacubes and pivot tables contain more detailed and cross classified original data than the spreadsheets.
6457.0International Trade Price Indexes, Australia, June 2017
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 28 July 2017
3218.0Regional Population Growth, Australia, 2016
Contains latest available estimates of the resident populations of areas of Australia as at 30 June. These estimates are provided for Statistical Areas Level 2 - 4 (SA2s - SA4s), Greater Capital City Statistical Areas (GCCSAs), and states and territories of Australia according to the current edition of the Australian Statistical Geography Standard (ASGS).

Estimates are also provided for Local Government Areas (LGAs), Significant Urban Areas, Remoteness Areas, and Commonwealth and State Electoral Divisions.
3250.0.55.001Quality Assurance of Rebased Population Estimates, 2016
An overview of the quality assurance undertaken in compiling the ERP for 30 June 2016 and the revision of previous ERP to 30 September 2011 by applying the results of the 2016 Census of Population and Housing and Post Enumeration Survey.
6427.0Producer Price Indexes, Australia, June 2017
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).
9309.0Motor Vehicle Census, Australia, 31 January 2017
The motor vehicle census publication presents statistics relating to vehicles which were registered on 31st January 2017 with a motor vehicle registration authority. Statistics are provided on vehicle types comprising passenger vehicles, campervans, light commercial vehicles, trucks, buses and motor cycles. Vehicle characteristic information includes make of vehicle, year of manufacture, type of fuel, GVM and GCM for trucks. Microdata from the Motor Vehicle Census will be available via Table Builder (Microdata: Census of Motor Vehicles Australia (cat.no 9309.0.55.003).