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Catalogue Number
    Title

Wednesday 23 July 2014
6401.0
    Consumer Price Index, Australia, June 2014
    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.
8101.0
    Innovation and Technology Update, June 2014
    Six monthly newsletter published by the Innovation and Technology Statistics Branch to inform stakeholders of recent and future developments on Information and Communication Technology, Innovation, Research and Experimental Development and general business characteristics (including the Business Longitudinal Database) statistics.

Thursday 24 July 2014
1270.0.55.005
Replacement Content
    Australian Statistical Geography Standard (ASGS): Volume 5 - Remoteness Structure, July 2011
    This replacement corrects the Remoteness Area category data for the 'Jervis Bay' part of the 'Other Territories'.PDF map. No other data is affected.
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.

Friday 25 July 2014
No scheduled releases today.

Monday 28 July 2014
4261.6
First Issue
    Educational outcomes, experimental estimates, Tasmania, 2006-2013
    Presents information on the socioeconomic context of school achievement in Tasmania and the outcomes for Tasmanian Year 12 graduates and early school leavers, such as further study and participation in the labour market. The information is based on the integration of Tasmanian school enrolments and National Assessment Program - Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN) data, provided by the Department of Education Tasmania, and Census of Population and Housing data.

Tuesday 29 July 2014
No scheduled releases today.

Wednesday 30 July 2014
4260.0
First Issue
    Outcomes from vocational education and training, 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
First Issue
    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: Australian National Accounts: 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.

Notes
1351.0.55.051
First Issue
    Research Paper: Feasibility Study of Linking Migrant Settlement Records to Personal Income Tax Data, Jul 2014
    This product which was expected to be released on Tuesday 29 July 2014 has been delayed and will now be released at a later date. We apologise for any inconvenience.


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