However, due to the cumulative effect of refusals and ineligible addresses, the number of "active" addresses is approximately 2,700 each quarter (NISRA
said: "This increase can mainly be attributed to the difference between births and deaths.
The studies reported by Dermot in this paper concentrating as they do on linking the whole enumerated population of Northern Ireland (1.7 million people) from the census to subsequent registered deaths recorded in the General Register Office (The Northern Ireland Mortality Study, NIMS) are but the tip of the iceberg--Dermot and his colleagues have carried out a major body of work linking NIMS and census data to data from the Northern Ireland Longitudinal Study, NILS (2) (NISRA
 Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency (2008) Population and Migration Estimates Northern Ireland, 2007 (Belfast: NISRA
is the principal source of official information on Northern Ireland's population and socioeconomic conditions.
METHODOLOGY: USING THE AUSSA AND NISRA
Nine intervention wards and 14 control wards were purposively selected from the EHSSB area as they had the lowest levels of preschool child dental registration and together represented the top 10 percent of the most deprived communities in Northern Ireland (CSA 2005, Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety 2005, NISRA
Due to the devolution of Census administration, the three UK Census Offices--the ONS for England and Wales, the GRO for Scotland and the NISRA
for Northern Ireland--are working in parallel and so there could be slight differences in release dates between those countries.
(10) The Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency (NISRA
) estimated the population of the province to be approximately 1.675 million in 1997.
has four Special Olympics softball teams that practice locally and compete in games against other special recreation associations in the suburbs.
Ahmed's painting was the combination of modern abstract expressionism and neo-impressionism.