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Births, Marriages and Deaths - Quarterly Figures

Births, Marriages and Deaths - Quarterly Figures

1st Quarter 2007

Published on 14th June 2007

This bulletin presents the Registrar General's provisional figures for vital events registered during the period 1 January 2007 to 31 March 2007. A news release, entitled 'Increase in Scottish Births and Deaths' accompanies this report.

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All Tables

Quarterly Return, 1st Quarter 2007 - All tables

Births, stillbirths, deaths marriages and civil partnerships, numbers and rates, Scotland, quarterly, 1997 - 2007
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Estimated population, births, stillbirths, deaths, marriages and civil partnerships, numbers and rates, by administrative area, Scotland, first quarter, 2007
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Deaths by sex, age and administrative area, Scotland, first quarter, 2007
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Deaths by cause, Scotland, first quarters, 2004 - 2007 
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Deaths by sex, age and cause, Scotland, first quarter, 2007 
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Deaths by sex, cause and NHS board area, Scotland, first quarter, 2007
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Rates for 1996-2000 are based on revised population estimates for 1996-2000, which took account of the final Census-based population estimates for 2001.

NHS Board areas

From 1 April 2006 responsibility for NHS Argyll & Clyde was split between NHS Greater Glasgow (now repeated Greater Glasgow and Clyde) and NHS Highland. Tables Q2, Q3, and Q6 present information for the original NHS Board areas. To assist users the tables also present data for the former NHS Argyll & Clyde, Greater Glasgow and Highland areas.

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