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251 Quarterly Report on key indicators in Queensland's discrete Indigenous communities: April-June 2009 2009 Queensland Government Report
252 The geography and demography of Indigenous migration: insights for policy and planning 2009 Biddle, N. Report
253 Australian demographic statistics: June quarter 2009 2009 Australian Bureau of Statistics Report
254 Quarterly report on key indicators in Queensland's discrete Indigenous communities: July-September 2009 2009 Queensland Government Report
255 Strategic directions for mental health promotion 2009–2012 2009 Population Health Queensland Report
256 Vacuums and veils: engaging with statistically 'invisible' Indigenous population dynamics in Yamatji Country, Western Australia 2009 Prout, S. Journal article
257 Same suburb, different worlds: comparing Indigenous and non-Indigenous outcomes in city suburbs and large regional towns 2009 Biddle, N. Journal article
258 The health of Aboriginal Victorians, 2009 2009 Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation Report
259 Indigenous identification in administrative data collections and the implications for reporting Indigenous health status 2009 Kennedy, B. Howell, S. Breckell, C. Report
260 Northern Australia statistical compendium 2009 2009 Bureau of Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Economics Report
 
 
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