Scotland’s projected population increase is likely to be unevenly spread across the country, according to a report issued today by the Registrar General for Scotland.
Commenting on the report, National Records of Scotland (NRS) Chief Executive and Registrar General Tim Ellis said:
In total, 20,503 deaths were registered from December 2015 to March 2016, compared with 22,013 in the previous winter (2014/15), according to statistics released today by the National Records of Scotland (NRS).
The number of people in Scotland living for more than a century has increased over the last 10 years.
Provisional figures for vital events registered in the second quarter 2016, published today by National Records of Scotland (NRS).
The Keeper’s Annual Report for 2016, published under the Public Records (Scotland) Act 2011, has been laid in the Scottish Parliament. It reflects the third year of activity since the Act was implemented.
Members of the conservation team here at National Records of Scotland have attached the formal seal to Nicola Sturgeon’s commission to be First Minster.
Planning is well underway for Scotland’s Census 2021. Although 2021 may seem a long way off, the complex systems, processes and services needed will require a huge effort to deliver.
In total, 706 drug-related deaths were registered in Scotland in 2015, according to statistics published today by the National Records of Scotland in 'Drug-related Deaths in Scotland in 2015'.
Demographic information about Scotland’s population
The most famous document in Scotland’s history has been awarded special status by the United Nations.
UNESCO has included the Declaration of Arbroath in its UK ‘Memory of the World’ register. The original document is in the keeping of National Records of Scotland.
To mark the 100th anniversary of the Battle of the Somme, a special feature highlights the stories of two of the thousands of Scots soldiers who perished on 1 July 1916, the first day of the battle
Provisional figures for vital events registered in the first quarter 2016, published today by the National Records of Scotland (NRS).
The statistics show that 15,430 deaths were registered in the first quarter of the year – 1,095 (6.6 per cent) fewer than in the same period of 2015.
To celebrate the Queen’s 90th birthday we have created a special feature highlighting documents in NRS which chart her relationship with Scotland.
The number of households in Scotland has continued to increase, though the rate of growth is smaller than before the economic downturn.
Scotland’s population continues to rise and reached its highest ever total in 2015.
Statistics published today by the National Records of Scotland (NRS) show that the estimated population of Scotland was 5,373,000 in mid-2015.
National Records of Scotland (NRS) today published lists of all the first forenames that were given to babies whose births were registered in 2015, and of the most common surnames in the Birth, Marriage and Death registers for 2015 (taking all the surnames in the three registers together).
Provisional figures for births, deaths, adoptions, marriages and civil partnerships registered during 2015 are published today by the National Records of Scotland.
NRS has released valuation rolls from 1930 on ScotlandsPeople. The last remaining households left on St Kilda are listed in the newly-released records, providing a snapshot of the remote island community shortly before evacuation on 29 August 1930.
The number of people registered to vote in elections in Scotland has dropped, according to figures published today by National Records of Scotland.
We are pleased to announce that five new non-executive members have been appointed to the Management Board of National Records of Scotland. They bring with them a range of skills including digital, legal and financial experience.