On Monday, November 28, 2018, the Australian Bureau of Statistics announced that Australia’s population has been increasing at a rate of 2.5% a year for the past five years.
This is the fastest rate of growth in the developed world.
The population has increased by 4.4 million in the last five years, but has been declining for years.
The number of people in Australia is currently just under 7.6 million, which is the third highest in the world behind China and the United States.
But what exactly is a “surge”?
This is where a new census is undertaken, to see how many people are moving into the country.
When the census is done, there are 2.7 million people in the country, which means there are 4,700,000 people living in Australia.
This makes it the most populous country in the Western Hemisphere, and it has the largest population growth rate in the region.
If we look at the number of residents, the census will find that there are 7,900,000 Australians.
This means there is 6,400,000 residents in Australia, which equates to 4.6% of the country’s population.
The new census has increased the number in Australia from 7.7 to 8.3 million people.
The census also shows that there have been more than 30,000 deaths, which includes about 8,400 people who have died over the past six months, and another 12,400 deaths between January and December 2018.
This equates, on average, to around 4.8 people per day.
This also means there has been an increase in deaths from accidents, and of course, suicides.
These two causes are often cited by Australians as being the main reasons why the population is increasing.
While many people do believe that there is a link between the growth in population and crime, they are often wrong.
In fact, there is not a direct link between population growth and crime rates.
For example, according to the latest Australian Crime and Justice Commission (ACJC) report, in 2017, the average Australian had an average of 10 crimes per day, while in 2018, they had an estimate of just 8.6 crimes per daily.
The main reason for the decline in crime is that there has not been enough people moving into Australia to fill the gap, which has meant there has a decrease in the number that commit crime.
There are other factors that may be at play, such as a growing population, a lack of healthcare services, and a lack, for example, of affordable housing.
However, it is the sheer numbers that are causing this problem.
The ACJC also noted that crime rates are falling, but this is mainly because the number and seriousness of crime are increasing.
A new survey found that while the number was stable at the end of 2018, there were still 7,700 murders recorded each week, up from 6,300 murders in 2017.
This was an increase of 9% from the previous survey.
Another recent report found that the number for murders increased by 24% from 5,500 to 6,800 over the last 12 months.
There have been a number of other studies that have looked at the effect that population growth has on crime rates, which have found that it has been a major factor in the increase in violent crime in Australia over the years.
It is worth noting that there was an additional 8% increase in the homicide rate in Australia in 2018.
There is also evidence that the increase has led to a decrease of property crime, as well as an increase or decrease in theft and burglary.
In 2017, there was a 5% decrease in burglaries and property crimes.
This would indicate that people are more likely to steal than they were in the past.
This may be because property crime has become more difficult to detect.
In 2016, there has also been an 11% increase to the number reported to the police.
In 2018, police recorded 5.9 million reports to the Police Ombudsman.
There was also a 10% increase of serious crimes in 2018 compared to the previous year.
However this is not necessarily a bad thing, as serious crimes are reported more often than non-serious crimes.
Crime in Australia has also fallen in 2018 after a rise in 2017 and 2018.
The reduction in crime may be attributed to improved public services, including the reduction of police caseloads, and an increase to funding from the Commonwealth Government.
There has also also been a decrease, which may be due to the Government’s decision to close down some police stations, particularly in Sydney.
The Government has also reduced the number, and in some areas, the duration, of sentences handed down for serious crimes, as a result of increased cooperation with the States and territories in this area.
This, in turn, may have led to the reduction in the numbers of people committing crime.
What do the census figures tell us about Australia?
There are three main areas where the census statistics can help us: population, housing, and health