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# Breakdown

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Analysis: The remarkable 41 phases that led to Johnny Sexton's drop goal
We’ve taken a look at every single action by the Irish players during their incredible winning passage.
County breakdown of 582,738 penalty points on driving licences
The majority of drivers had three penalty points (400,502), while 59,404 had six points and 42,700 had two.
'An unending cycle': These were the scandals the Garda Commissioner faced questions over
Over the past year members of the PAC and opposition parties have called for Nóirín O’Sullivan to step down.
Garda overtime bill soars to €60.5 million for first six months of 2017
That means it has grown by 57% for January to June compared to the same period last year.
Here's what stage 35 primary care centres announced for 20 counties in 2012 are currently in
The centres were announced five years ago but only one is currently in use.
Dentists charging more than listed, home kits not working and rudeness: Ireland's dentistry complaints
The dental complaints service was contacted 1,235 times last year, with 447 phone calls and 758 emails.
Wales' omission of 'world class' James Davies increasingly baffling
Rassie Erasmus will have to contend with multiple threats to his ruck this weekend.
Closer look: Joey Barton bet on his own team 30 times and had just three wins
The suspended midfielder’s statement included plenty of extra details.
County breakdown: 10,640 fathers have taken paternity leave since September
Dublin had the highest number of recipients, while Leitrim had the lowest.
Analysis: Ireland always work hard but their breakdown must be better in Italy
Devin Toner continues to lead the way for Ireland in terms of sheer ruck numbers.
These are the 23 towns where rent caps will be extended to from midnight
Galway City will join Dublin and Cork city as a ‘rent pressure zone’.
Maintenance fees, contactless and ATM charges - here's how much you're paying your bank
Do you know how much you’re paying out for using your cards?
Snow, thunder and below freezing temperatures: Breakdown of three day weather warning
The national warning comes into place at 6.03 this evening.
'People were forced to live in the same house for years': Two decades of divorce in Ireland
Divorce was legalised 20 years ago after a bitter campaign and a very tight results in a referendum – now there are calls for the law to be modernised.
Breakdown: The 10 most valuable properties the Catholic Church handed over after Ryan Report
Religious orders still owe almost €15 million to a fund for abuse survivors.
Garda reserve numbers dropped 35% since 2014, here's how many reserves are in each division
The biggest drop was in the Dublin South Central district where the number fell by a further 12% since May of this year.
These are the areas in Ireland with the slowest and fastest broadband speeds
The slowest is Legan in Longford, while the fastest is Drimnagh in Dublin 12.
"Everybody's patience with Russia has run out" - America abandons Syrian talks
The Russian response was just as stark.
Analysis: Defensive doubts remain in spite of Tipp's historic triumph
Liam Kearns’ men are looking ahead to the county’s first All-Ireland football semi-final in 81 years.
Brexit: How the major cities voted
Many voted to remain within the EU.
Analysis: Who did what for Ireland in the rucks against South Africa?
Jack McGrath was superb post-tackle for Ireland, but many others dug in too.
Ageless George Smith agrees return to Australia with the Reds
The 35-year-old has signed a two-year deal with the Brisbane franchise.
€1.2 million spent on gardaí protecting US military planes at Shannon
One TD described the spend as disgraceful as “many areas of the country are crying out for gardaí and for stations”.
There were 25% more kidnappings in Ireland last year, but what does it mean?
Not all kidnappings involve hostages or demands for money.
McGregor's hands likely to do the talking but Diaz's ground offensive a concern
Our preview of tonight’s UFC 196 main event.
Eir reveals locations of 100,000 homes and businesses where new broadband to be rolled out
Is your area included?
These are the most popular heritage sites in Ireland, did your county make it?
The National Botanic Gardens came out on top with over half a million visits in 2014.
County by county: Here's where the extra 30,000 who registered to vote come from
Clare came out with the lowest amount of people being added at just 78.
County by county: Number of social housing units returned to use and funding given out
Almost €60,000,000 was provided by the Department of the Environment over the past two years.
Here's how much has been paid out to flood damaged households in these 22 counties
Almost €500,000 has been provided to 424 households.
Breakdown: Here's how many apprentices have been working in each trade since 2010
Across the board, overall numbers of apprentices in employment have risen since 2013.
Breakdown: Here’s where nearly 2,000 site visits were carried out by potential investors since 2011
Unsurprisingly, Dublin came out on top with 973 visits in the past five years.
County by county: Here's where all the fuel laundering plants were uncovered over the past five years
Finance Minister Michael Noonan says he’s satisfied significant progress has been made in tackling the problem.
218 Irish arrested and deported from Australia since 2010
There has been a steady increase in the number of people overstaying their welcome over the past five years.
Here's how many people will get more cash with the PRSI credit - and exactly how much they'll receive
The changes affect people on incomes from €352 to €424 a week.
Here's how many people are getting the rent supplement in every county
The number of recipients in Dublin makes up over a third of the overall number of people using the scheme.
'I had a nervous breakdown, but I was ready to come back to work. The gap on my CV was a big problem'
We are not the ones that employers need to be worried about. They need to be conscious of their existing employees who are struggling with their mental health but are afraid to say so for fear of discrimination, writes Miriam Dowling.
County by county: Here's where site visits are being carried out by potential investors
Dublin came out on top with 96 visits, followed by Cork, Limerick and Waterford all with 19 visits each.
Analysis: All Blacks will have to target ludicrously effective David Pocock
The Wallabies number eight must be dealt with aggressively and in numbers.
Analysis: Ireland's rucking a cause for optimism against Pumas
Joe Schmidt’s men were ferocious at the ruck last weekend against the French.