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Australia’s population has increased by 1.6% with Western Australia seeing the biggest growth and Tasmania the slowest, new figures show. The data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics also shows that during the year to the end of June 2012, natural increase and net overseas migration contributed 42% and 58% respectively to total population growth. [...]

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