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  2. Australian Bureau of Statistics 2002-2004. Population by age and sex, Australian states and territories (various issues). Cat. no. 3201.0. Canberra: ABS
  3. Adapted from Australian Bureau of Statistics 1915-2003. Causes of death, Australia. Cat. no. 3303.0. Canberra: ABS
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  5. Extracted from 2004 unpublished data from recorded crime collection provided by the ABS, Canberra
  6. Australian Bureau of Statistics 2004. Motor vehicle census, Australia, 2004. Cat. no. 9309.0. Canberra: ABS
  7. Extracted from the CARS (Comprehensive Auto-Theft Research System) database. http://ncars.on.net/
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  27. Extracted from June 1996 - June 2006 and June 1991 - June 2009 unpublished data from high-series projections of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population provided by ABS, Canberra
  28. Australian Bureau of Statistics 2005. Differences in recorded crime statistics. Melbourne: ABS National Crime Statistics Unit