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26/05/2016 - NINIS E-Zine

The latest NINIS E-Zine has been issued.

This month’s E-Zine focuses on the updated Population Projections for Areas within Northern Ireland.

A new interactive map has been published showing Settlement Headcount and Household Numbers based on Census 2011 data. New Census 2011 commissioned tables have been uploaded, and a number of datasets and interactive maps have been updated with latest year data. The NINIS team also attended the annual Balmoral show recently.

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25/05/2016 - Population Projections released

Population Projections for areas within Northern Ireland (2014-based) were published at 9.30am today.

Population in all Local Government Districts to grow and age by 2024. Ageing of the population is set to continue with the median age projected to rise in all LGDs in the decade 2014 to 2024.

A Population Projection interactive map, pyramid and infographic are available on NINIS.

Further information including the bulletin is available on the NISRA website.

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06/05/2016 - New and updated data

New datasets have been added to NINIS, and a number of datasets have been updated with latest year data.

New data has been added to the Health and Social Care and Making Life Better themes - Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Screening and Substitute Prescribing Database.

Datasets updated with latest year data include GP Registrations (Health and Social Care), Attendance Rates for Schools (Children, Education and Skills), Participants on Apprenticeships (Labour Market) and Farm Census (Agriculture and Environment).

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25/03/2016 - NINIS website activity

The NI Assembly elections take place on 5 May 2016 and during the pre-election period there will be limited activity on the NINIS website.

Our twitter activity is also limited until after the Assembly Elections.

You can still contact us by telephone on 028 9034 8111 or email ninis.nisra@dfpni.gov.uk

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23/03/2016 - The latest NINIS E-Zine has been issued.

This month's E-Zine focuses on the 80 new District Electoral Areas (DEA2014).

Census 2011 Key Statistics for District Electoral Areas (DEA2014) have also been published this month, and a number of datasets and interactive maps have been updated with latest year data. NINIS events and social media content are also featured in the E-Zine.

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08/03/2016 - Census 2011 Key Statistics for DEAs in Northern Ireland released

Census 2011 Key Statistics for District Electoral Areas (DEA2014) in Northern Ireland were published at 9.30am on 8 March 2016.

Statistics available from this release include main language, age structure, ethnic group, type of long-term condition and economic activity.

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29/02/2016 - NINIS E-Zine

The latest NINIS E-Zine has been issued.

This months E-Zine features the top baby names in Northern Ireland for 2015.

You can also find a list of updated datasets and Interactive content, including upcoming Census 2011 releases.

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24/02/2016 - Local Government District 2014 Name Changes

Statutory rules which came into operation on 24 February 2016 changed the name of three Local Government Districts (LGD2014), namely:

From 24 February, new datasets will use the new District Names and a FAQ has been added to NINIS to highlight the names previously used. The NINIS website has been updated so that all datasets (grid view) and Area Profiles reflect the new District Names from this date.

Downloadable files (Open Document Format and Winzips) and Interactive Content will be updated on a rolling programme as datasets are updated with latest year data. Existing infographics/factsheets/bulletins will not be revised.

NISRA Central Postcode Directory will be updated in due course to reflect the new District Names.

If you require further information, please contact the NINIS team by telephone 028 9034 8111 or by email ninis.nisra@dfpni.gov.uk

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16/02/2016 - Top Baby Names 2015 released

Emily and James Top of the Tots!

Emily and James were the most popular first names given to baby girls and boys in Northern Ireland in 2015. Emily has been the most popular girls’ name in each of the past three years. However, this is the first time James has held the top spot since reporting began in 1997.

Interactive content and data visualisations including Boys' Names and Girls' Names interactive maps, a Comparator Tool and a 1985 vs 2015 infographic are available on the NINIS Baby Names 2015 page.

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03/02/2016 - Census 2011 Key Statistics for DEAs in Northern Ireland to be released

This release comprises Key Statistics for District Electoral Areas (DEA2014) in Northern Ireland.

The release will be published at 9.30am on 8 March 2016.

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