Population growth in Scotland is projected to stall over this decade, with an increase in migration largely failing to compensate for a low birth rate.
Near-empty villages with abandoned, crumbling houses dot the landscape across Serbia, as the country’s shrinking population raises acute questions over the economic wellbeing of the country.
A new £20 million research centre is to be established in Scotland to help improve the understanding of care in later life as the population ages.
President Vladimir Putin engineered a surprise shake-up of Russia’s leadership Wednesday, proposing changes to the constitution that could keep him in power well past the end of his term in 2024.
President Vladimir Putin accepted the resignation of his prime minister after proposing constitutional amendments that could herald his intention to carve out a position that would let him stay at Russia’s helm after his presidency ends.
President Vladimir Putin has proposed to tweak the Russian constitution to increase the powers of parliament and the Cabinet, a move that could herald his intention to shift into a new position to stay at the helm after his current term expires.
Smallpox, measles, mumps and malaria “are there to regulate our population” and new ways to control it need to be found, according to Chris Packham.
Chris Packham has said his new programme on population growth poses some major questions for society.
Chris Packham will present a one-off programme for the BBC exploring the perils of global overpopulation.
Aberdeen's population is shrinking as fewer people are having children, figures suggest.
The plans could involve new housing developments and bringing older buildings back into use. It's also understood plans are being drawn up for a new investigation into pedestrianising parts of Union Street.
The population of Aberdeen is expected to increase by more than 7,000 by 2026, new figures have revealed.
Aberdeen's population has jumped by more than 20,000 over the past decade.
Aberdeen will see the highest population increase of any major Scottish city in the next 25 years, according to new research.
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