Border Region population now estimated at 502,000.
The CSO has estimated the national population to be 4,459,300 in April 2009, this represents an increase of 5.34% from the 2006 census figure.
The population of the Border Region was estimated to be 502,000 in April 2009. The '0-14' cohort represents 22%, '15-64' cohort represents 66% and the '65plus' cohort represents 12%.
Administrative Data Seminar - 22nd February 2010
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Contact: Sabrina Bowen @ 021-453 5495
Preparing for Economic Recovery: Planning Ireland, North and South, Out of Recession
21-22 January 2010 in the Killyhevlin Hotel, Enniskillen
Sponsored by the Special EU Programmes Body and InterTradeIreland, this year’s conference theme is Preparing for Economic Recovery: Planning Ireland, North and South, out of Recession.
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The seasonally adjusted Live Register total increased from 423,400 in November to 426,700 in Decmeber, an increase of 3,300 For more details see: http://www.cso.ie/releasespublications/documents/labour_market/2009/lreg...
In this Section AIRO provides users with Online Video Tutorials and downloadable PDF’s demonstrating how to Register with AIRO and how to access and operate the Mapping Modules availble on the AIRO website.
Online Video Tutorials and Downloadable PDF Files that are available include:
1.How to install flash: