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# cso - Tuesday 20 October, 2020

The CSO has alerted the gardaí after extracts from the 1926 Census were published on social media

The individual who posted the information was contacted by the CSO and has agreed to remove the material.

# cso - Wednesday 14 October, 2020

Irish house prices rise again following slight decline during Covid-19 lockdown

The figures were revealed by the Central Statistics Office today.

# cso - Tuesday 29 September, 2020

Covid-19 unemployment rates fell in September but 'significant impact' remains

CSO figures show that the unemployment rate in September for people aged 15 to 24 rose to 18.9% – down from 19.5% in August.

# cso - Friday 11 September, 2020

Dublin, Kildare and Limerick account for two-thirds of all new Covid-19 cases

A total of 497 cases were recorded in the week ending 4 September.

# cso - Wednesday 9 September, 2020

Workers who walk or cycle to work less likely to be in receipt of illness benefit, new figures show

Those on lower salaries were also more likely to be in receipt of illness benefit.

# cso - Monday 31 August, 2020

Sharp spike in travel to and from Ireland in last month

CSO data shows that travel in July was still significantly lower than in 2019.

# cso - Thursday 27 August, 2020

Parents say lockdown had a negative impact on learning of students due to sit the Leaving Cert next year

The survey from the CSO gives an insight into parents concerns as the academic year begins.

# cso - Friday 14 August, 2020

Almost half of new Covid-19 cases linked to outbreaks in workplaces

The CSO has been analysing the statistics for the number of people who contracted or died from Covid-19 since the start of the pandemic.

# cso - Wednesday 5 August, 2020

Unemployment rate - including those on PUP - stands at 16.7%

Just over 41% of people in the labour force aged between 15 and 24 were unemployed in July.

# cso - Monday 27 July, 2020

Rail passenger numbers were hit harder than other public transport during lockdown

Passenger journeys on rail services dropped to a low of 24,000 a week at the start of April.

# cso - Wednesday 8 July, 2020

Less than half of people in Ireland have confidence in justice system, CSO figures show

The Central Statistics Office published the results of its most recent Crime and Victimisation survey today.

# cso - Thursday 25 June, 2020

A fifth of people say they're 'very uncomfortable' about idea of going to the pub, CSO survey finds

Pubs and bars are set to reopen as restaurants in Ireland on Monday after being closed since March.

# cso - Wednesday 24 June, 2020

In April, 80% of us rated our compliance with the restrictions as 'high'. Now, that figure is below 60%

The CSO has published its latest survey looking at the social impact of Covid-19.

# cso - Thursday 18 June, 2020

First year-on-year decrease in sexual offences recorded since 2014

However, drug and fraud offences increased.

# cso - Friday 12 June, 2020

Debunked: It's false to claim that fewer than 100 people have died directly from Covid-19

Over 1,600 people with Covid-19 have died in Ireland.

# cso - Thursday 11 June, 2020

Prices of clothing, footwear and communications fall for two consecutive months

Consumer prices were 0.5% lower in May than in the same month last year.

# cso - Wednesday 3 June, 2020

Half of under-24s in Ireland are unemployed, CSO figures suggest

If all claimants of the Covid-19 PUP payment are included, 26.1% of the Irish workforce are unemployed.

# cso - Monday 1 June, 2020

The CSO wants people to 'tell Ireland’s story' of Covid-19

The work of the country’s census office has been hampered by the pandemic.

# cso - Wednesday 27 May, 2020

'Unprecedent collapse' in overseas visitors as air and sea travel fall 99% in April

Just 16,100 people arrived in Ireland last month, according to the CSO.

# cso - Friday 22 May, 2020

Over-65s account for 90% of coronavirus deaths recorded in Ireland

At its peak, there were 270 Covid-19 related deaths in the week ending 17 April.

# cso - Thursday 21 May, 2020

Covid-19 brought major changes to labour market by end of first quarter, CSO stats show

Employment levels were down to 1.75 million people by the end of April.

# cso - Tuesday 19 May, 2020

Over a third of women and a quarter of men feel 'downhearted and depressed' due to Covid-19 crisis

The impact of Covid-19 appeared to be worse for women than men in a number of areas.

# cso - Friday 15 May, 2020

Children suspected in 1 out of every 5 cases of criminal sexual violence

New figures on serious crime published today by the Central Statistics Office.

# cso - Friday 8 May, 2020

CSO figures reveal significant drop in number of people satisfied with life

The figures also show an increase in alcohol use and smoking, as well as a feeling of loneliness.

# cso - Tuesday 28 April, 2020

What days and months were the most popular for weddings? Crunching the numbers in Ireland last year

The CSO today published statistics on marriages in Ireland in 2019.

# cso - Friday 28 February, 2020

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

Jack and Emily are on top again.

# cso - Wednesday 8 January, 2020

Ireland 2019: Fewer spuds, more cows...more baby Theodores than you may have expected

The most popular first names remain Jack and Emily.

# cso - Monday 23 December, 2019

FactCheck: Has car insurance really gotten cheaper since 2016?

The Taoiseach has claimed the price of insurance is going down – but is he right?

# cso - Wednesday 18 December, 2019

Fraud offences increase by a third while sexual assaults and drug offences also on the rise, figures show

Homicide and burglary offences have fallen in the past 12 months.

CSO to spend estimated €1.2 million on smart phones and equipment as Census 2021 goes digital

Over 5,000 smart phones will be given to the Census enumerators around the country to capture data in April 2021.

# cso - Wednesday 4 December, 2019

'Those who are committing sexual offences aren't being properly held to account'

Only 11% of sexual offences reported last year were detected by gardaí.

# cso - Tuesday 3 December, 2019

Almost 90% of sexual offences reported in 2018 not solved by gardaí

The CSO has published new data on the detection of crime last year.

# cso - Thursday 28 November, 2019

The average household disposable income is now €51,458, according to the CSO

Society of St Vincent de Paul welcomed the fall in consistent poverty but said the downward trend will be reversed due to the failure of budget 2020.

# cso - Wednesday 27 November, 2019

The CSO has measured how far Irish people live from schools, bus stops and GPs

There is a large difference in distances between rural and urban settings for all services.

# cso - Monday 25 November, 2019

Minister writes to Grealish asking him to clarify 'apparent ethnic basis' of Nigerian money statement

The Galway West TD singled out Nigeria while raising questions in the Dáil about money being sent out of Ireland.

# cso - Thursday 21 November, 2019

Ireland's 20-year-olds are stressed, living with their parents and worried about housing

Financial security and a good job were their priorities for the next 10 years, according to the Growing Up In Ireland report.

'Rectifying the historic wrong': LGBT advocates wanted sexual orientation included on the next Census

Scotland’s census will give individuals up to 21 options under this category including skolisexual and demiromantic.

# cso - Thursday 10 October, 2019

Irish house prices stabilise as househunters show 'nervousness' ahead of Brexit

New CSO figures for August show that property price growth is continuing to slow.

# cso - Friday 27 September, 2019

Fraud and drug offences on the up, but number of murders decreases

The CSO has released the latest statistics of crimes recorded by gardaí.

# cso - Tuesday 27 August, 2019

Ireland's population has risen this year, but more Irish people are leaving than returning

Over 4.9 million people now live in the country.

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