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25/01/2017 - Making Life Better Northern Ireland Area Profile

A new Making Life Better Area Profile providing information on the health and wellbeing of residents in Northern Ireland is now available on NINIS.

The Northern Ireland Area profile is in addition to those already available including LGD2014, Health Trust and Assembly Area geographies.

To view the Area Profile, enter your postcode into the NINIS search box, select the NI area profile tab, followed by the Making Life Better tab.

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23/01/2017 - Updated datasets and interactive maps

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

Updated datasets include Marriages by age and sex, Drug Related Deaths and Deaths due to Drug Misuse, Noise Complaints, and Meals Service.

Interactive maps updated with latest year data include Disability Living Allowance Recipients, Percentage Claimant Count Unemployed Monthly and Civil Servants by Home and Work Location.

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22/12/2016 - NINIS E-Zine

The latest NINIS E-Zine has been issued.

It includes an overview of the NINIS customer survey results, a new summary infographic for NI statistics and Long-Term International Migration Data.

The NINIS team would like to take this opportunity to wish all our users a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

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07/12/2016 - Updated datasets

Benefits datasets on NINIS have been updated with 2016 data.

Updated datasets, found under the People and Places theme include Housing Benefit, Employment and Support Allowance, Carers Allowance and Jobseekers Allowance.

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30/11/2016 - Small Area Population Estimates 2015 released

Mid-Year Population Estimates for Small Areas within Northern Ireland as of 30 June 2015 were published today.

This release comprises mid-2015 estimates of the total population for the 4,537 Census Small Areas in Northern Ireland, as well as mid-2015 population estimates by broad age bands for the 36 Neighbourhood Renewal Areas (NRAs) in Northern Ireland.

Further information is available on the NISRA website.

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24/11/2016 - Census 2011 maps updated for DEA2014

Census 2011 Key Statistics Interactive Maps have been updated with District Electoral Area (DEA2014) data.

Maps available include Economic Activity, Household Composition and Religion or Religion Brought Up In.

You can access all Census 2011 Interactive Maps by selecting the Census 2011 theme under the Interactive Content drop-down menu.

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04/11/2016 - Updated Road Traffic Collision Maps

2015 data now available.

Road Safety Week 2016 runs from 21-27 November.

Our range of Road Traffic Collision maps have been updated with 2015 data and include Road Traffic Collisions Fatalities and Road Traffic Casualties by Severity of Injury.

You can view the interactive maps under the Travel and Transport theme on the website.

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03/11/2016 - NINIS Customer Survey

The NINIS Customer Survey is now live and will run throughout November.

NINIS is committed to continuous improvement. We would therefore appreciate if you would spend a few minutes of your time to complete this short NINIS Customer Survey - your feedback and comments will be used to evaluate and improve our service.

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27/10/2016 - NINIS E-Zine

The latest Halloween NINIS E-Zine has been issued.

It includes a link to the NINIS customer survey which is now live and will run throughout November.

You can also view Census updates including new commisioned tables and the response to the 2021 Census Topic consultation. A range of data and interactive maps have also been updated.

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18/10/2016 - New and updated data

New data from the Continuous Household Survey has been added to NINIS under the People and Places theme, and a number of datasets have been updated with latest year data.

New datasets include Car Ownership Access, Home Internet and Broadband Access and Positive Impact on the Environment.

Datasets updated with latest year data include Deaths by Cause and Employment Data by Disability and Age.

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