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30/10/2014 - NINIS E-zine

The latest NINIS E-zine has been issued.

The focus of this month’s E-Zine is the new 2011 Census Analysis section on the NINIS website which includes Census 2011 Short Stories on Older People and National Identity.

New Population Projections for areas within Northern Ireland were published on Thursday 30 October 2014 - the dataset and interactive Population Projections Pyramid are available on NINIS.

A number of datasets and interactive maps have been updated with latest year data during October including School Leavers and Children in Low-Income Families.

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30/10/2014 - Population Projections released

New Population Projections for areas within Northern Ireland (mid-2012 to mid-2037) were published at 9.30am on Thursday 30 October 2014.

The dataset containing both single year of age and sex, and 5 year age bands and sex, is available to download on NINIS. Also available is an interactive Population Projections Pyramid. The main focus lies with the new 11 Local Government Districts, but figures are also available for the current 26 Local Government Districts, Health and Social Care Trusts, Education and Library Boards, and NUTS III Areas.

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16/10/2014 - Latest year/new data added to NINIS

A number of datasets and interactive maps have been updated with latest year data.

Updated datasets include School Leavers, Average New House Prices and Mortgage Cases Received and Disposed.

Interactive maps updated with latest year data include Children in Low-Income Families and Bankruptcy Cases Disposed.

New datasets added to NINIS include Property Repossessions Completed, the corresponding interactive map can be found under the Economy theme, as well as Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccine Coverage, found under the Health and Social Care statistics theme.

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09/10/2014 - Census 2011 Analysis

The Census Office have developed Short Stories which focus on various themes within Census 2011 using infographics. Short Stories published in October 2014 include older population in Northern Ireland and national identity.

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09/10/2014 - Census 2011 Workplace Population Statistics for Northern Ireland to be released

This release comprises estimates of the number and characteristics of the workplace population for a range of different geographical breakdowns of Northern Ireland, including Local Government Districts (LGD) and Super Output Areas (SOA). The release will be published at 9.30am on 19 November 2014.

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30/09/2014 - NINIS E-zine

The latest NINIS E-zine has been issued.

The focus of this month’s E-Zine is the new 11 District Councils (LGD2014). NINIS now has a range of datasets, area profile reports and interactive content available at this new geography.

Estimates of the number and characteristics of the non-UK born short-term resident population of Northern Ireland were published in September. New datasets including Childhood Vaccination Rates at 12 months have been added to NINIS, and datasets updated with latest year data include Dental and GP Registrations.

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24/09/2014 - Census 2011 Short-Term Resident Population Statistics for Northern Ireland released

This release comprises estimates of the number and characteristics of the non-UK born short-term resident population of Northern Ireland. The release was published at 9.30am on 24 September 2014.

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10/09/2014 - New datasets added to NINIS

New datasets have been added to the Health & Social Care and Children, Education & Skills themes on NINIS.

Datasets added to the Health and Social Care theme include Childhood Vaccination Rates at 12 months, Childhood Vaccination Rates at 24 months, Childhood Vaccination Rates at 5 years and Standardised Rate for Alcohol Related Admissions.

Datasets added to the Children, Education & Skills theme include Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) Teachers, Schools and Teachers. A new interactive map is available for Schools data.

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28/08/2014 - NINIS E-zine

The latest NINIS E-zine has been issued.

The focus of this month’s E-Zine is NINIS Workshops, which provide information on NINIS and demonstrate the NINIS website.

Statistics on Marriages, Divorces and Civil Partnerships for Northern Ireland (2013 provisional data), the Most Popular Baby Names in 2013 and Benefits data for 2014 have all been published on NINIS during August.

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28/08/2014 - Most Popular Baby Names 2013 released

The most popular baby names that were registered in Northern Ireland in 2013 bulletin was published on 28 August 2014. The bulletin examines the top 100 first names for boys and girls and compares the ranks of these names with the ranks in previous years. Further information is available on the NISRA website.

Jack was the most popular first name given to baby boys in 2013, closely followed by James. Jack has been the most popular boy’s name for the last decade. Emily and Grace were jointly the most popular first names given to baby girls in 2013.

Interactive Content and Data Visualisations including a Baby Names Infographic, Interactive Map, Comparator Tool, Boys Names Wordle and Girls Names Wordle are all available on NINIS.

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