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Safety concerns given as reason by women for not walking more, survey finds
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Safety concerns given as reason by women for not walking more, survey finds

15 hours ago 13,846 Views 38 Comments

The survey is the first on travel behaviour carried out by the CSO since the coronavirus pandemic.

Census shows 166,000 vacant properties in Ireland, with over 48,000 vacant for six years
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Census shows 166,000 vacant properties in Ireland, with over 48,000 vacant for six years

Jun 23rd 2022, 1:27 PM 21,725 Views 27 Comments

Vacant property levels have fallen 9% since 2016.

Census 2022: Initial results show population of Ireland at highest figure since 1841
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Census 2022: Initial results show population of Ireland at highest figure since 1841

Jun 23rd 2022, 12:31 PM 28,708 Views 31 Comments

The housing stock increased by 6% since 2016, lagging behind a population growth of 7.6%

Public transport use approaches pre-pandemic levels
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Public transport use approaches pre-pandemic levels

Jun 13th 2022, 3:45 PM 7,103 Views 0 Comments

It comes following a 20% cut in the cost of public transport fares.

Cost-of-living crisis: CSO says inflation is now at a 38-year high
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Cost-of-living crisis: CSO says inflation is now at a 38-year high

Jun 9th 2022, 3:30 PM 58,721 Views 45 Comments

It’s the largest annual increase since 1984, with fuel costs again driving the price spikes.

First early results from Census 2022 to be published this month
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First early results from Census 2022 to be published this month

Jun 7th 2022, 12:53 PM 14,662 Views 15 Comments

It’s the first new set of population-wide data since the last census in 2016.

Overwhelming majority of Ukrainian arrivals to Ireland are women and children
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Overwhelming majority of Ukrainian arrivals to Ireland are women and children

May 27th 2022, 5:25 PM 13,064 Views 5 Comments

Only 14% of arrivals were men over the age of 19.

Construction costs surge again in April as inflation continues to pump up wholesale prices
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Construction costs surge again in April as inflation continues to pump up wholesale prices

May 20th 2022, 2:52 PM 16,555 Views 18 Comments

Structural steel and fabricated metal prices were up 42% and 38.5% respectively over 12 months.

Electricity consumption by data centres up 32% in 2021, new figures show
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Electricity consumption by data centres up 32% in 2021, new figures show

May 3rd 2022, 2:53 PM 12,728 Views 35 Comments

The figures show that data centres are now consuming more electricity than rural homes.

If your Census form hasn't been collected yet, you've been asked to post it back
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If your Census form hasn't been collected yet, you've been asked to post it back

May 2nd 2022, 2:30 PM 25,221 Views 15 Comments

Returning Census forms by post is free of charge to the householder.

Victims and offenders in one in seven sexual violence cases aged under 18, says CSO
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Victims and offenders in one in seven sexual violence cases aged under 18, says CSO

Apr 27th 2022, 4:09 PM 4,460 Views 0 Comments

In 2021, 82% of victims of sexual violence were women, with 2,357 cases being reported to Gardaí.

House prices rose by over 15% nationwide in the last year
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House prices rose by over 15% nationwide in the last year

Updated Apr 14th 2022, 3:14 PM 22,894 Views 35 Comments

The highest increases in house and apartment prices were seen outside Dublin.

Cost of living anxieties mount as inflation accelerates to 6.7% in March
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Cost of living anxieties mount as inflation accelerates to 6.7% in March

Apr 7th 2022, 11:43 AM 8,619 Views 21 Comments

It represents the largest annual change in prices since November 2000.

Poll: Will you fill out the time capsule section of the census?
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Poll: Will you fill out the time capsule section of the census?

Apr 1st 2022, 10:26 AM 43,554 Views 79 Comments

This year’s form will include an optional time capsule section to write a message to future generations.

The Explainer: What does the census do?
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The Explainer: What does the census do?

Mar 31st 2022, 11:00 AM 5,345 Views 7 Comments

Listen in to hear how the census works, and why it’s important.

Apartment dwellers asked to help Census workers deliver forms to apartment blocks
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Apartment dwellers asked to help Census workers deliver forms to apartment blocks

Mar 16th 2022, 4:12 PM 16,906 Views 10 Comments

The Central Statistics Office raised concerns that enumerators could not access gated communities and apartment blocks.

Cost-of-living crisis: Consumer prices up by 5.6%, the largest increase in 21 years
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Cost-of-living crisis: Consumer prices up by 5.6%, the largest increase in 21 years

Mar 10th 2022, 11:53 AM 10,076 Views 7 Comments

The last time the CPI was this was was in April 2001.

Here's what the most popular baby names were in Ireland last year
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Here's what the most popular baby names were in Ireland last year

Feb 25th 2022, 2:14 PM 59,770 Views 11 Comments

There’s a new number one for girls yet again.

Data on the social and economic impacts of the pandemic on Ireland published by CSO
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Data on the social and economic impacts of the pandemic on Ireland published by CSO

Feb 23rd 2022, 3:28 PM 8,771 Views 4 Comments

The Central Statistics Office said more than 1,000 deaths due to Covid-19 occurred in the first four weeks of 2021.

Household and transport costs drive 5% annual increase in consumer prices
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Household and transport costs drive 5% annual increase in consumer prices

Feb 17th 2022, 12:28 PM 9,187 Views 21 Comments

The price of home heating oil rose 50% in the past year while petrol jumped nearly 30%.

House prices approaching Celtic Tiger peak after 14.4% increase across the country during 2021
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House prices approaching Celtic Tiger peak after 14.4% increase across the country during 2021

Feb 16th 2022, 1:40 PM 25,014 Views 47 Comments

House prices have now been rising for 14 consecutive months.

Explainer: Why is everything more expensive?
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Explainer: Why is everything more expensive?

Feb 4th 2022, 7:30 AM 39,754 Views 39 Comments
CSO examining how to show 'disproportionate' impact of soaring inflation on poorer families
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CSO examining how to show 'disproportionate' impact of soaring inflation on poorer families

Jan 30th 2022, 7:00 AM 15,234 Views 18 Comments

Campaigners have warned that soaring inflation is hitting lower-income households differently.

Data centres' electricity consumption has more than doubled since 2015
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Data centres' electricity consumption has more than doubled since 2015

Jan 20th 2022, 1:16 PM 8,524 Views 15 Comments

The impact of data centres on the grid has come under scrutiny amid concerns about emissions reductions and energy supply.

Property prices jump 14% with regional areas still rising faster than Dublin
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Property prices jump 14% with regional areas still rising faster than Dublin

Jan 19th 2022, 6:44 PM 25,656 Views 42 Comments

It’s the 13th consecutive month of rising property prices.

December saw the largest annual increase in Irish consumer prices since 2001
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December saw the largest annual increase in Irish consumer prices since 2001

Jan 19th 2022, 11:41 AM 16,516 Views 54 Comments

Rising petrol, diesel and household electricity prices all made large contributions to annual inflation.

Slight rise in unemployment in December, with the PUP reopening due to Covid restrictions
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Slight rise in unemployment in December, with the PUP reopening due to Covid restrictions

Jan 12th 2022, 9:21 PM 7,987 Views 2 Comments

The unemployment rate in December 2021, adjusted due to the PUP, stood at 7.5%.

Over half of households in receipt of housing assistance at risk of poverty in 2020
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Over half of households in receipt of housing assistance at risk of poverty in 2020

Jan 10th 2022, 6:00 AM 14,927 Views 23 Comments

New CSO figures show that nearly one million people were at risk of poverty in 2020 when housing costs were taken into account.

72% increase in fraud crimes this year driven by attempts to obtain personal information
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72% increase in fraud crimes this year driven by attempts to obtain personal information

Dec 21st 2021, 3:03 PM 5,877 Views 2 Comments

Sexual offences rose this year by 10%, while other crimes such as burglary, theft and robbery decreased.

Irish consumer prices rise 5.3% during biggest annual increase in 20 years
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Irish consumer prices rise 5.3% during biggest annual increase in 20 years

Updated Dec 9th 2021, 1:49 PM 19,675 Views 49 Comments

Soaring petrol, diesel and energy prices continue to drive inflation, the CSO said.

62% of internet users saw content they believed was ‘untrue or doubtful’ in 2021
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62% of internet users saw content they believed was ‘untrue or doubtful’ in 2021

Dec 6th 2021, 1:44 PM 10,000 Views 37 Comments

Of those who came across such content, 64% checked its veracity by checking sources online, figures from the Central Statistics Office show.

Figures show major growth in trade between Ireland and Northern Ireland
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Figures show major growth in trade between Ireland and Northern Ireland

Nov 17th 2021, 11:02 PM 21,779 Views 24 Comments

Imports from Northern Ireland reached €2.8 billion in the first nine months of 2021.

Oldest and youngest tenants pay the most of their take-home pay in rent
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Oldest and youngest tenants pay the most of their take-home pay in rent

Nov 17th 2021, 1:41 PM 16,102 Views 14 Comments

Half the country’s landlords had a rental income of less than €10,000 in 2019, according to new research.

Cost of living concerns mount as October sees largest annual jump in consumer prices since 2007
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Cost of living concerns mount as October sees largest annual jump in consumer prices since 2007

Nov 11th 2021, 2:49 PM 21,832 Views 47 Comments

Electricity and fuel costs are the main drivers of inflation currently, the Central Statistics Office said.

Households saved more than €31 billion in 2020, CSO figures show
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Households saved more than €31 billion in 2020, CSO figures show

Nov 2nd 2021, 1:27 PM 15,268 Views 22 Comments

Savings made during the pandemic have brought the financial net worth of households to an all-time high of €312.8 billion, the CSO said.

29% of Irish households support traffic restrictions in polluted cities - CSO
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29% of Irish households support traffic restrictions in polluted cities - CSO

Nov 1st 2021, 7:34 PM 11,948 Views 36 Comments

Recent polling from Ireland Thinks indicated that 36% of people are in favour of congestion charges in Irish cities.

Construction workers have the lowest Covid vaccine uptake in the country
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Construction workers have the lowest Covid vaccine uptake in the country

Oct 28th 2021, 6:00 PM 32,130 Views 58 Comments

Data released by the stats body found that just 75% of construction workers have had their jabs.

Property prices rise almost 11% in a single year, CSO figures show
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Property prices rise almost 11% in a single year, CSO figures show

Oct 14th 2021, 12:45 PM 14,168 Views 30 Comments

Today’s figures represent the largest annual change in prices since June 2018.

Shop workers were the most likely to catch Covid-19 in the most recent two waves of the pandemic
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Shop workers were the most likely to catch Covid-19 in the most recent two waves of the pandemic

Oct 1st 2021, 2:51 PM 16,857 Views 20 Comments

Retail assistants, cashiers and checkout operators were the workers most likely to contract the virus in the second and third waves.

Number of fraud incidents recorded by gardaí rises by 40% in past year
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Number of fraud incidents recorded by gardaí rises by 40% in past year

Sep 29th 2021, 4:21 PM 6,554 Views 5 Comments

The Central Statistics Office (CSO) has today published the latest recorded crime statistics.

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