Latest ABS News

Partner violence in Australia: new analysis
Labour Force December 2019: More Australians in work than ever before
Jobs data no cause for complacency
Sydney’s rental availability has increased as we head into 2020
Housing Investor Lending Hits 12 Month High
New Home Starts Hit 7-Year Low As Infrastructure Finally Grinds into Action
Tasmania continues to hit new jobs records
Solid Lending Figures Indicate Brightening Housing Outlook for 2020
Streamlining planning and building
Council adopts Community Volunteering Strategy
Natural Gas Powers On
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health survey shows mixed outcomes
Rental vacancy rates down as we near Christmas
Median weekly earnings of employees rose 2.3% in 2019
Liberals fail to commit state funds for crucial upgrades at Burnie Port
Great results for Tasmanian retailers
Prisoner numbers remain stable in 2019
Tasmania continues to top nation on economic pace and strength
Delays To New Infrastructure Construction Hits GDP As Engineering Construction Hits 11 Year Low
GDP Continues To Limp As Engineering Construction Hits 11-Year Low
Economy remains stalled under Morrison
Brewers welcome revised National Alcohol Strategy
Tasmania’s building boom
Falling housing approvals demand government focus
Migrants’ total income exceeds $112 billion in 2016-17
Appointment of Australian Bureau of Statistics Australian Statistician
More than 6,500 same-sex marriages registered in 2018
Tasmania’s exceptional economic growth
Cost of living rising faster than wages under Liberals
Nine in ten young Australians engaged in work or study
Fewer people delaying seeing GPs
Two million employed in public sector in June 2019
Vacancy rates buck trend in month of October
Rubbery retail figures paint false picture
Mixed outcomes for men and women towards equity
Supporting Tasmania’s Active Ageing Plan
CPI remains low, crushed by low demand
Life expectancy continues to improve
Economic growth slows to GFC levels, household consumption growth weakest in six years
ABS releases annual insights into economy
Mixed outcomes for people with disability
More Than Half A Million Jobs For Victorians Under Labor
Jobs data finally showing signs of improvement
First Home Buyers near 8-year High as Housing Recovery Strengthens Again
Building Work Endures Further Contraction
More parents work full-time
Building approvals slump as Liberals fail to act
Urgent reform required to meet residential demand