93rd Annual Report of the
Registrar General for Northern Ireland
The 93rd Annual Report of the Registrar General for Northern Ireland was published on 2 July 2015.
The report includes finalised annual statistics on population, births, deaths, marriages and civil partnerships in Northern Ireland.
Datasets and Interactive Maps will soon be available under the ‘Population’ Theme on NINIS.
The Report is available on the NISRA website.
We welcome feedback from users on the content, format and relevance of this release. Please send feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org
Additional commissioned tables have been uploaded including:
Theme Table on Long-Term Unemployed CT0141NI
Lone Parent Families with Dependent Children CT0150NI
Long-Term Health Problem or Disability by Age CT0151NI
General Health by Age CT0152NI
Census 2011 Key Statistics for Settlements in Northern Ireland for settlements with 500 or more usual residents in Northern Ireland will be published on NINIS at 9.30am on 30 July 2015.
Census 2011 Population and Household Estimates for District Electoral Areas in Northern Ireland will also be published on NINIS at 9.30am on 30 July 2015.
For further information on the planned release schedule and what is contained in each release please view the Release plans for Census 2011 Statistics.
A list of all standard output tables and commissioned tables from the 2011 Census in Northern Ireland is available.
New and Updated Datasets
A number of new datasets have been added to NINIS including:
Healthy Life Expectancy,
Disability-free Life Expectancy,
Standardised Death Rate Preventable,
Standardised Death Rate Avoidable and
Standardised Death Rate Amenable.
A number of datasets have been updated with latest year data including those from the NI Health Survey:
BMI Levels and
A new interactive map has been added to NINIS for Engagement in Culture, Arts and Leisure by the 11 new Local Government Districts. The aim of this research was to investigate if there were differences across Northern Ireland’s new councils in relation to adult engagement in culture, arts and leisure.
The analysis is based on a pooled dataset from three years of the culture, arts and leisure modules of the Continuous Household Survey (2011/12-2013/14).
There are 36 locational datasets available on NINIS under the
People and Places Theme. Locational datasets are lists of places (e.g.
GP Practices) with their address, postcode and X,Y co-ordinates which can be used in GIS mapping software.
The next NINIS Workshops will take place in McAuley House on 7 July 2015, with places on an afternoon session still available. This will be your last chance for training until post-summer. To register, visit the Workshops section of the NINIS website.