Australia: 4.3% Source: ABS | Duration: 5min 47sec | Coverage area: General PublicKey facts:More than a third of Australians are living in severe povertySource: ABS / Data is from 2016-17 National Suicide Monitoring Program (NSMP)Country comparisons:Australia: The largest economy in the world, Australia has the highest rate of suicide in the developed world.
Australia’s suicide rate is 4.2 per 100,000 population, the fourth highest of any country.
Australia is also home to the world’s most violent cities.
More than 2,500 people were killed in the Sydney CBD in 2016, and the Sydney Opera House was the site of three mass murders.
Australia has the second highest rate in the OECD, behind only France, where 4.5 per 100 people are living with mental illness.
The highest suicide rate for Australians aged 25-34 is in South Australia, where there are more than 4,500 Australians living with a mental illness, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
The number of suicides in the nation’s capital is one of the highest in the country, at 1,622, with more than 1,000 people killed each year.
In the country’s northern beaches, the worst-hit area is in the suburb of Maribyrnong, where 1,086 people died last year.
In the south-east of the state, a more affluent area known as Bayswater, there were 723 deaths.
The state of Victoria is Australia’s second-largest economy, with a gross domestic product of $14.7 trillion, and employs more than 17,000.
It also has the lowest suicide rate, at 0.3 deaths per 100 000 people.
South Australia: 2.5% Source.
| Duration (mins): 5min 29sec | Data is based on 2016-19 National Suicide Reporting Program (NSP)Country comparison:South Australia has a high rate of people living with depression and anxiety, with one in three South Australians having a mental health condition.
South Australia has one of South Australia’s highest rates of suicide, at 4.4 per 100 person, the fifth highest in Australia.
South Australian suicide rates are higher than the national average of 0.2.
The state’s rate is among the lowest in the union.
In Western Australia, people aged 15 to 34 who have a mental disorder are more likely to die than the population as a whole, with 1,056 people killed in 2016.
The Victorian government has set a goal to reduce suicides to zero by 2020.
The target was announced in June, and was achieved by the end of 2016.
Victoria has the third highest rate for suicides in Australia, behind New South Wales and Tasmania.
More people are taking their own lives in the state than in any other state.
In Tasmania, 1,069 people were taken to hospital for suicide in 2016 and a further 7,300 people died in 2016 alone.
Tasmania has one the highest rates in the ACT, where one in five people is living with an mental health problem.
The Northern Territory has the sixth highest rate.
In WA, there are 1,600 suicides and there are 590 suicides per 100000 people, which is the third-highest rate of any state.
The national suicide rate was 1.2 in 2016-2017.
The most common cause of death for people aged 65 years and over in WA is suicide, accounting for one in seven deaths.
Source: Australian Bureau for Statistics | Duration of data (mins) 5min 40sec | Availability: Full articleAustralia’s suicide rates have been rising since the 1970s, when the last major economic downturn began.
The last significant downturn was in 2008, when suicide rates were lower than they are today.
The Australian Bureau the first year of the NSP in the early 1990s, which monitors suicide in Australia’s mental health system.
In 1991, Australia recorded its first national suicide death rate.
Since then, the number of deaths has risen dramatically, with about 2,600 people dying in 2016 compared with about 10,000 in 2000.
Suicide rates have declined significantly in the past decade, with suicide rates in Victoria and New South Welsh dying down in each of the last two years.
The latest national suicide report, released in March, recorded a 10.5-fold decrease in suicides in 2016 (down from 2,921 in 2015).
The number of people who died by suicide has been steadily declining since the 1980s, with only a small rise in suicide rates during the 1990s and 2000s.
The National Suicide Prevention Strategy (NSSP) is a national suicide prevention strategy.
It includes suicide prevention education and a range of interventions that aim to improve the mental health of Australians.
The aim of the Strategy is to help Australians live more fulfilling lives.
It focuses on the importance of living a healthy and fulfilling life.
The strategy aims to improve Australians’ mental health through education and information,