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The North West Star
Mining council questions Australia Institute's 'no regional jobs' findingscollateral damage to these industries in a headlong rush to profit from tempora
Mining council questions Australia Institute's 'no regional jobs' findings
The North West Star / Posted 9 hours ago
collateral damage to these industries in a headlong rush to profit from temporary mining booms." The report analyses Australian Bureau of Statistics data and Australian labor market figures to summarise that: "Over the mining boom, employment... Read more
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The Courier
Inquiry a “no-brainer”Jeff Kennett called for the all-party, bi-partisan Australian Senate Suicide Co
Inquiry a “no-brainer”
The Courier / Posted 13 hours ago
Jeff Kennett called for the all-party, bi-partisan Australian Senate Suicide Commission this week after the release of Australian Bureau of Statistics data showing there were more than 3000 suicides last year. Mr Blenkiron said an inquiry was... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Five babies stillborn a day in Australia, figures showwoman but health clinicians and other professionals in the system." The founda
Five babies stillborn a day in Australia, figures show
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 15 hours ago
woman but health clinicians and other professionals in the system." The foundation is using the annual data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) to renew calls for governments and the private sector to invest more funding and... Read more
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Western Advocate
Fears of suicide increase | Interactivethe current disaster affecting large areas of NSW, including Forbes, Warren and
Fears of suicide increase | Interactive
Western Advocate / Posted 18 hours ago
the current disaster affecting large areas of NSW, including Forbes, Warren and Condobolin may prove a tipping point. Australian Bureau of Statistics data shows there were 3027 suicides nationally in 2015, an increase of 163 on 2014, which was... Read more
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Western Advocate
Lifeline concerned of rise in suicidethe current disaster affecting large areas of NSW, including Forbes, Warren and
Lifeline concerned of rise in suicide
Western Advocate / Posted 18 hours ago
the current disaster affecting large areas of NSW, including Forbes, Warren and Condobolin may prove a tipping point. Australian Bureau of Statistics data shows there were 3027 suicides nationally in 2015, an increase of 163 on 2014, which was... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Fears of suicide increase | Interactivethe current disaster affecting large areas of NSW, including Forbes, Warren and
Fears of suicide increase | Interactive
Daily Liberal / Posted 18 hours ago
the current disaster affecting large areas of NSW, including Forbes, Warren and Condobolin may prove a tipping point. Australian Bureau of Statistics data shows there were 3027 suicides nationally in 2015, an increase of 163 on 2014, which was... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Lifeline concerned of rise in suicidethe current disaster affecting large areas of NSW, including Forbes, Warren and
Lifeline concerned of rise in suicide
Daily Liberal / Posted 18 hours ago
the current disaster affecting large areas of NSW, including Forbes, Warren and Condobolin may prove a tipping point. Australian Bureau of Statistics data shows there were 3027 suicides nationally in 2015, an increase of 163 on 2014, which was... Read more
6 related stories
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The Young Witness
Fears of suicide increase | Interactivethe current disaster affecting large areas of NSW, including Forbes, Warren and
Fears of suicide increase | Interactive
The Young Witness / Posted 19 hours ago
the current disaster affecting large areas of NSW, including Forbes, Warren and Condobolin may prove a tipping point. Australian Bureau of Statistics data shows there were 3027 suicides nationally in 2015, an increase of 163 on 2014, which was... Read more
4 related stories
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The Young Witness
Lifeline concerned of rise in suicidethe current disaster affecting large areas of NSW, including Forbes, Warren and
Lifeline concerned of rise in suicide
The Young Witness / Posted 19 hours ago
the current disaster affecting large areas of NSW, including Forbes, Warren and Condobolin may prove a tipping point. Australian Bureau of Statistics data shows there were 3027 suicides nationally in 2015, an increase of 163 on 2014, which was... Read more
6 related stories
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Western Advocate
Fears of suicide increasethe current disaster affecting large areas of NSW, including Forbes, Warren and
Fears of suicide increase
Western Advocate / Posted 19 hours ago
the current disaster affecting large areas of NSW, including Forbes, Warren and Condobolin may prove a tipping point. Australian Bureau of Statistics data shows there were 3027 suicides nationally in 2015, an increase of 163 on 2014, which was... Read more
4 related stories
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Western Advocate
Lifeline concerned of rise in suicidethe current disaster affecting large areas of NSW, including Forbes, Warren and
Lifeline concerned of rise in suicide
Western Advocate / Posted 19 hours ago
the current disaster affecting large areas of NSW, including Forbes, Warren and Condobolin may prove a tipping point. Australian Bureau of Statistics data shows there were 3027 suicides nationally in 2015, an increase of 163 on 2014, which was... Read more
6 related stories
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Western Advocate
A national crisisthan in the national road toll. Last year, 3027 people ended their own lives i
A national crisis
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
than in the national road toll. Last year, 3027 people ended their own lives in Australia, data released this week by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) shows. It is the equivalent of one person every three hours, every day for 365... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Fears of suicide increasethe current disaster affecting large areas of NSW, including Forbes, Warren and
Fears of suicide increase
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
the current disaster affecting large areas of NSW, including Forbes, Warren and Condobolin may prove a tipping point. Australian Bureau of Statistics data shows there were 3027 suicides nationally in 2015, an increase of 163 on 2014, which was... Read more
4 related stories
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Western Advocate
A national crisisthan in the national road toll. Last year, 3027 people ended their own lives i
A national crisis
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
than in the national road toll. Last year, 3027 people ended their own lives in Australia, data released this week by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) shows. It is the equivalent of one person every three hours, every day for 365... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Suicide deaths rising among women and teen girls: ABSThe number of Australians who took their own lives surpassed 3,000 last year fo
Suicide deaths rising among women and teen girls: ABS
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
The number of Australians who took their own lives surpassed 3,000 last year for the first time, new figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) have revealed. In 2015, there were 3,027 people who died by suicide — 2,292 were men and 735... Read more
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TheBull
Job vacancies at 4-year highsassets, still well above the long-term average of 9.5 per cent. What is the im
Job vacancies at 4-year highs
TheBull / Posted yesterday
assets, still well above the long-term average of 9.5 per cent. What is the importance of the economic data? The Australian Bureau of Statistics releases Job Vacancies data each quarter. The data is useful in gauging the strength of the... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
‘I wasn't afraid to die … I was afraid to live’and resilience every day from young people who have lived with and through ment
‘I wasn't afraid to die … I was afraid to live’
Illawarra Mercury / Posted yesterday
and resilience every day from young people who have lived with and through mental ill health. We feel that it's the sharing of these stories that can positively impact these statistics in the future." Australian Bureau of Statistics latest fin... Read more
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WA Today
How a dog 'saved' one suicidal manand resilience every day from young people who have lived with and through ment
How a dog 'saved' one suicidal man
WA Today / Posted yesterday
and resilience every day from young people who have lived with and through mental ill health. We feel that it's the sharing of these stories that can positively impact these statistics in the future." Australian Bureau of Statistics latest fin... Read more
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Canberra Times
How a dog 'saved' one suicidal manand resilience every day from young people who have lived with and through ment
How a dog 'saved' one suicidal man
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
and resilience every day from young people who have lived with and through mental ill health. We feel that it's the sharing of these stories that can positively impact these statistics in the future." Australian Bureau of Statistics latest fin... Read more
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Brisbane Times
How a dog 'saved' one suicidal manand resilience every day from young people who have lived with and through ment
How a dog 'saved' one suicidal man
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
and resilience every day from young people who have lived with and through mental ill health. We feel that it's the sharing of these stories that can positively impact these statistics in the future." Australian Bureau of Statistics latest fin... Read more
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The Age
How a dog 'saved' one suicidal manand resilience every day from young people who have lived with and through ment
How a dog 'saved' one suicidal man
The Age / Posted yesterday
and resilience every day from young people who have lived with and through mental ill health. We feel that it's the sharing of these stories that can positively impact these statistics in the future." Australian Bureau of Statistics latest fin... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
How a dog 'saved' one suicidal manand resilience every day from young people who have lived with and through ment
How a dog 'saved' one suicidal man
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
and resilience every day from young people who have lived with and through mental ill health. We feel that it's the sharing of these stories that can positively impact these statistics in the future." Australian Bureau of Statistics latest fin... Read more
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TheBull
Job vacancies highest since early 20127,700, or five per cent in seasonally adjusted terms, between May and August, a
Job vacancies highest since early 2012
TheBull / Posted yesterday
7,700, or five per cent in seasonally adjusted terms, between May and August, according to quarterly survey data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics released on Thursday. The number of vacancies counted in August was 177,300, the highest... Read more
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Canberra Times
Australia job vacancies jump to four-year high in August quarterrose to 177,300 seasonally adjusted in the June-August quarter, from 169,600 in
Australia job vacancies jump to four-year high in August quarter
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
rose to 177,300 seasonally adjusted in the June-August quarter, from 169,600 in the three months to May, data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics on Thursday showed. The jobs vacancies data has proven top be a reliable leading indicator... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Australia job vacancies jump to four-year high in August quarterrose to 177,300 seasonally adjusted in the June-August quarter, from 169,600 in
Australia job vacancies jump to four-year high in August quarter
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
rose to 177,300 seasonally adjusted in the June-August quarter, from 169,600 in the three months to May, data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics on Thursday showed. The jobs vacancies data has proven top be a reliable leading indicator... Read more
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The Age
Australia job vacancies jump to four-year high in August quarterrose to 177,300 seasonally adjusted in the June-August quarter, from 169,600 in
Australia job vacancies jump to four-year high in August quarter
The Age / Posted yesterday
rose to 177,300 seasonally adjusted in the June-August quarter, from 169,600 in the three months to May, data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics on Thursday showed. The jobs vacancies data has proven top be a reliable leading indicator... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Australia job vacancies jump to four-year high in August quarterrose to 177,300 seasonally adjusted in the June-August quarter, from 169,600 in
Australia job vacancies jump to four-year high in August quarter
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
rose to 177,300 seasonally adjusted in the June-August quarter, from 169,600 in the three months to May, data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics on Thursday showed. The jobs vacancies data has proven top be a reliable leading indicator... Read more
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TheBull
Job vacancies rise to four-year highcent rise between May and August lifted the number of vacancies to 177,300, the
Job vacancies rise to four-year high
TheBull / Posted yesterday
cent rise between May and August lifted the number of vacancies to 177,300, the highest since May 2012, figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics on Thursday show. Vacancies were up by 15,800 or 10 per cent over the past year, with New... Read more
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WA Today
Australia job vacancies jump to 4-year high in August quarterrose to 177,300 seasonally adjusted in the June-August quarter, from 169,600 in
Australia job vacancies jump to 4-year high in August quarter
WA Today / Posted yesterday
rose to 177,300 seasonally adjusted in the June-August quarter, from 169,600 in the three months to May, data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics on Thursday showed. The jobs vacancies data has proven top be a reliable leading indicator... Read more
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Computer World Australia
Brandis flags Privacy Act changes to protect anonymised datawake of privacy concerns over the 2016 Census. In addition to problems with th
Brandis flags Privacy Act changes to protect anonymised data
Computer World Australia / Posted yesterday
wake of privacy concerns over the 2016 Census. In addition to problems with the online portion of this year’s Census, the Australian Bureau of Statistics has come under fire for a decision to retain names and address data for a longer than usual... Read more
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The Register
Australia wants law to ban de-anonymisation of anonymous datadata sets that have been de-identified. In the lead-up to the Census, citizens
Australia wants law to ban de-anonymisation of anonymous data
The Register / Posted yesterday
data sets that have been de-identified. In the lead-up to the Census, citizens and privacy groups warned against the Australian Bureau of Statistics' (ABS') intention to retain names for future research efforts. The ABS responded that names... Read more
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Northern Star
Dementia could become Australia's leading cause of deathDEMENTIA death rates in Australia are continuing to rise as our population ages
Dementia could become Australia's leading cause of death
Northern Star / Posted yesterday
DEMENTIA death rates in Australia are continuing to rise as our population ages according to the latest Australian Bureau of Statistics' Causes of Death Report. While dementia remains the second leading cause of death in Australia, the ABS expects... Read more
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The Border Mail
Victorian breakfast wrap | Thursday, September 29, 2016national inquiry into rising suicide rates Ballarat recorded 831 deaths last y
Victorian breakfast wrap | Thursday, September 29, 2016
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
national inquiry into rising suicide rates Ballarat recorded 831 deaths last year, compared to 794 in 2014. The latest Australian Bureau of Statistics data released on Wednesday also shows 82 more local people died in 2015 compared to 2013 and... Read more
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The Courier
Victorian breakfast wrap | Thursday, September 29, 2016national inquiry into rising suicide rates Ballarat recorded 831 deaths last y
Victorian breakfast wrap | Thursday, September 29, 2016
The Courier / Posted yesterday
national inquiry into rising suicide rates Ballarat recorded 831 deaths last year, compared to 794 in 2014. The latest Australian Bureau of Statistics data released on Wednesday also shows 82 more local people died in 2015 compared to 2013 and... Read more
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The Courier
Victorian breakfast wrap | Thursday, September 29, 2016national inquiry into rising suicide rates Ballarat recorded 831 deaths last y
Victorian breakfast wrap | Thursday, September 29, 2016
The Courier / Posted yesterday
national inquiry into rising suicide rates Ballarat recorded 831 deaths last year, compared to 794 in 2014. The latest Australian Bureau of Statistics data released on Wednesday also shows 82 more local people died in 2015 compared to 2013 and... Read more
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TheBull
Australian market set to open higher0645 AEST on Thursday the share price index was up 41 points at 5,442. Locally
Australian market set to open higher
TheBull / Posted yesterday
0645 AEST on Thursday the share price index was up 41 points at 5,442. Locally, in economic news on Thursday, the Australian Bureau of Statistics is due to release job vacancy data for August. No major equities news is expected. The... Read more
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Canberra Times
Number of suicides rises in Canberrathe "worst it's ever been". Forty-six people died by suicide in the ACT last y
Number of suicides rises in Canberra
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
the "worst it's ever been". Forty-six people died by suicide in the ACT last year, up from 38 in 2014, new data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics showed. Hayley Purdon tried to take her own life eight years ago and said it took multiple... Read more
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The Border Mail
Dementia to topple heart disease as leading cause of death: ABS datawho survive those first 24 hours will probably die as they descend into old age
Dementia to topple heart disease as leading cause of death: ABS data
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
who survive those first 24 hours will probably die as they descend into old age, and most likely from heart disease. The Australian Bureau of Statistics has released its annual report on causes of death - the portrait of a population that has... Read more
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The Courier
Dementia to topple heart disease as leading cause of death: ABS datawho survive those first 24 hours will probably die as they descend into old age
Dementia to topple heart disease as leading cause of death: ABS data
The Courier / Posted 2 days ago
who survive those first 24 hours will probably die as they descend into old age, and most likely from heart disease. The Australian Bureau of Statistics has released its annual report on causes of death - the portrait of a population that has... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Dementia to topple heart disease as leading cause of death: ABS datawho survive those first 24 hours will probably die as they descend into old age
Dementia to topple heart disease as leading cause of death: ABS data
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 2 days ago
who survive those first 24 hours will probably die as they descend into old age, and most likely from heart disease. The Australian Bureau of Statistics has released its annual report on causes of death - the portrait of a population that has... Read more
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The Young Witness
Dementia to topple heart disease as leading cause of death: ABS datawho survive those first 24 hours will probably die as they descend into old age
Dementia to topple heart disease as leading cause of death: ABS data
The Young Witness / Posted 2 days ago
who survive those first 24 hours will probably die as they descend into old age, and most likely from heart disease. The Australian Bureau of Statistics has released its annual report on causes of death - the portrait of a population that has... Read more
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Western Advocate
Dementia to topple heart disease as leading cause of death: ABS datawho survive those first 24 hours will probably die as they descend into old age
Dementia to topple heart disease as leading cause of death: ABS data
Western Advocate / Posted 2 days ago
who survive those first 24 hours will probably die as they descend into old age, and most likely from heart disease. The Australian Bureau of Statistics has released its annual report on causes of death - the portrait of a population that has... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Dementia to topple heart disease as leading cause of death: ABS datawho survive those first 24 hours will probably die as they descend into old age
Dementia to topple heart disease as leading cause of death: ABS data
Kiama Independent / Posted 2 days ago
who survive those first 24 hours will probably die as they descend into old age, and most likely from heart disease. The Australian Bureau of Statistics has released its annual report on causes of death - the portrait of a population that has... Read more
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Manning River Times
Dementia to topple heart disease as leading cause of death: ABS datawho survive those first 24 hours will probably die as they descend into old age
Dementia to topple heart disease as leading cause of death: ABS data
Manning River Times / Posted 2 days ago
who survive those first 24 hours will probably die as they descend into old age, and most likely from heart disease. The Australian Bureau of Statistics has released its annual report on causes of death - the portrait of a population that has... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Dementia to topple heart disease as leading cause of death: ABS datawho survive those first 24 hours will probably die as they descend into old age
Dementia to topple heart disease as leading cause of death: ABS data
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 2 days ago
who survive those first 24 hours will probably die as they descend into old age, and most likely from heart disease. The Australian Bureau of Statistics has released its annual report on causes of death - the portrait of a population that has... Read more
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The North West Star
Dementia to topple heart disease as leading cause of death: ABS datawho survive those first 24 hours will probably die as they descend into old age
Dementia to topple heart disease as leading cause of death: ABS data
The North West Star / Posted 2 days ago
who survive those first 24 hours will probably die as they descend into old age, and most likely from heart disease. The Australian Bureau of Statistics has released its annual report on causes of death - the portrait of a population that has... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Suicide deaths among women and teen girls rising: ABSshow The number of Australians who took their own lives surpassed 3,000 last y
Suicide deaths among women and teen girls rising: ABS
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
show The number of Australians who took their own lives surpassed 3,000 last year for the first time, new figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) have revealed. Key points: In 2015, there were 3,027 people who died by suicide —... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Suicide rates highest in a decaderates were highest in the Northern Territory, while Queensland recorded the gre
Suicide rates highest in a decade
Sky News Australia / Posted 2 days ago
rates were highest in the Northern Territory, while Queensland recorded the greatest increase in deaths. The Australian Bureau of Statistics found that while suicide accounted for less than two per cent of overall deaths in Australia... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Demand proves dire mental health needmen, find it difficult to talk about their problems and would not make a call t
Demand proves dire mental health need
Daily Liberal / Posted 2 days ago
men, find it difficult to talk about their problems and would not make a call to Lifeline unless it was necessary. The Australian Bureau of Statistics has confirmed the statistic with suicide rates increasing 13 per cent in the past six... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Dementia to topple heart disease as leading cause of death: ABS datawho survive those first 24 hours will probably die as they descend into old age
Dementia to topple heart disease as leading cause of death: ABS data
Daily Liberal / Posted 2 days ago
who survive those first 24 hours will probably die as they descend into old age, and most likely from heart disease. The Australian Bureau of Statistics has released its annual report on causes of death - the portrait of a population that has... Read more
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