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Regional statistics, Tasmania / Australian Bureau of Statistics
Bib ID 1607404
Format JournalJournal, OnlineOnline
Online Versions
Description {Hobart} : Australian Bureau of Statistics , 1999-2001 
v. ; 30 cm. 
ISSN 1441-8983 
Series

National health priority areas report

Summary

Provides economic, social and demographic indicators for Tasmania, its regions and local government areas. As well as enabling comparison between regions, some data are also presented as a time series. Included are indicators on population, labour force, welfare recipients, education, crime, health, agriculture, housing and construction, transport, income and tourism. Graphs, commentary and reference maps complement the statistical data presented.

Notes

Catalogue no. 1362.6.

Corrigendum vol. with 1999 issue.

No longer published in print. Later issues available on the Internet. Address as at [17/03/06]: http://www.abs.gov.au/ausstats/abs@.nsf/cat/1362.6

ISSN registration, 01, 19990923, 20060501

Life Dates 1999-2001 
Frequency Annual. 
Subjects Tasmania - Statistics - Periodicals.
Other authors/contributors Australian Bureau of Statistics
Govt. Doc. Number 1362.6 

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