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Number of new electric cars licensed in Ireland jumps by 82% when compared to last year
Young people argued with parents and siblings more during first year of the Covid pandemic
Domestic overnight trips increase three-fold as post-Covid recovery continues
Annual inflation eases again slightly in September after 38-year high in July
Live register figures increase in every county but Tipperary over 12 months
Number of Ukrainians arriving in Ireland reaches 54,000
Population of Ireland aged 65 and over projected to double by 2051
Great Outdoors: Close to 30% of the public took up a new outdoor activity since the pandemic
Property Price Index exceeds Celtic Tiger peak but growth slows in July
Annual inflation eases slightly from last month's 38-year high
Employment at highest level in 24 years with over 2.5 million working
Ireland's population grows at highest rate since 2008 in last 12 months - CSO
Four in five Ukrainian arrivals to Ireland are women and children
Four in five Covid-19 deaths had at least three medical conditions involved
Hundreds of thousands of Long Covid sufferers could cripple health service says Denis Naughten
Detached houses use 82% more gas for heating than apartments, CSO finds
‘Significant’ price hikes faced by Irish dairy, meat and grain producers
Cost-of-living crisis: Inflation hits 9.1% to reach highest level in 38 years
FactCheck: Are there 16 vacant homes for every homeless person in Ireland?
Safety concerns given as reason by women for not walking more, survey finds
Census shows 166,000 vacant properties in Ireland, with over 48,000 vacant for six years
Census 2022: Initial results show population of Ireland at highest figure since 1841
Public transport use approaches pre-pandemic levels
Cost-of-living crisis: CSO says inflation is now at a 38-year high
First early results from Census 2022 to be published this month
Overwhelming majority of Ukrainian arrivals to Ireland are women and children
Construction costs surge again in April as inflation continues to pump up wholesale prices
Electricity consumption by data centres up 32% in 2021, new figures show
If your Census form hasn't been collected yet, you've been asked to post it back
Victims and offenders in one in seven sexual violence cases aged under 18, says CSO
House prices rose by over 15% nationwide in the last year
Cost of living anxieties mount as inflation accelerates to 6.7% in March
Poll: Will you fill out the time capsule section of the census?
The Explainer: What does the census do?
Apartment dwellers asked to help Census workers deliver forms to apartment blocks
Cost-of-living crisis: Consumer prices up by 5.6%, the largest increase in 21 years
Here's what the most popular baby names were in Ireland last year
Data on the social and economic impacts of the pandemic on Ireland published by CSO
Household and transport costs drive 5% annual increase in consumer prices
House prices approaching Celtic Tiger peak after 14.4% increase across the country during 2021