You may have noticed some changes to the NINIS website over the summer. We have redesigned the homepage to include buttons, which allow you to quickly navigate to the Statistics theme pages. The navigation bar which is available on every page within NINIS allows you to access other sections of the website such as Interactive Maps and Area Profiles. The search box at the top of the page allows you to search for area profiles and datasets using postcodes, street names, keywords (e.g. births) or your own search term.
You can now access Area Profiles for Health and Social Care Trust (HSCT), Local Government District (LGD2014) or Assembly Area (AA) from a map view. This link is available from the Area Profile page.
Our Twitter followers might have noticed that @NISRA and @NISRANINIS accounts have merged. This streamlines the service and means there is now one central Twitter account for all new data releases, infographics and updates to our service.
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You can now view 2015 Population Estimates for Local Government Districts, Assembly Areas, 1992 Electoral Wards and Super Output Areas on NINIS. The Area Profiles have also been updated to reflect the new 2015 data. The following infographic highlights some key data at LGD2014.
Registrar General Annual Report
The 94th Annual Report of the Registrar General for Northern Ireland was published today.
The report contains data on population, births, deaths, marriages and civil partnerships in Northern Ireland.
The full report is available on the NISRA website along with the infographic below.
Births, Deaths and Marriages data can be viewed under the 'Population' theme on NINIS with Interactive Maps to follow.
Data and Interactive Maps
Tourism statistics for Northern Ireland can now be found under the 'Travel and Transport' theme.
A number of datasets and interactive maps have been updated with latest year data.
New datasets include:
Updated datasets include:
Updated Interactive Maps include:
The next NINIS workshop will take place on 21st September 2016. You can register for this workshop on the NINIS website.