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# In Numbers

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# In Numbers
Prime numbers: the week in stats
Greek MPs, Irish jobs, German cable ties, and all the other news from the week in handy numerical format…
# In Numbers
Prime numbers: the week in stats
Sunday’s Super Bowl! Senators! Sovereigns! Slavery! Shell to Sea! And the surprisingly sensational Dubliner in drag…
# In Numbers
Prime numbers: the week in stats
Opinion polls, lucky punts, expenses, unemployment and more – our numerical guide to the last 604,800 seconds in Ireland.
# In Numbers
Prime numbers: the week in stats
Earthquakes! Earnings! Petitions! Racehorses! Healthy cities?! Our weekly numerical guide to the events of the last seven days.
# In Numbers
Prime numbers: the week in stats
How ‘special’ can a special adviser be? How many As can a credit rating have? And just how expensive can pneumonia be?
# In Numbers
Prime numbers: the week in stats
How many Irish towns are ‘clean’? How much for an e-voting machine? And just how hard can a Sudoku be?
# Daily Fix
The Daily Fix: Monday
In tonight’s Fix: All the latest from the Budget; good news for Ryan Tubridy; and the world’s Christmas capital (which you’ve never heard of…)
# Budget 2012
In numbers: the first half of Budget 2012
A numerical breakdown of where the government has cut €2.2 billion in spending,
# In Numbers
In numbers: why you'd want to be on the EU Court of Auditors
You might have to move to Luxembourg, but the pay and expenses regime would more than make up for the inconvenience…
# In Numbers
Player ratings: how the Boys in Green fared...
Ireland march on thanks to a workmanlike draw with Estonia tonight. Here’s how they played.
# Afghan War
In numbers: Ten years of the Afghan War
Check out’s overview of the decade that has passed since the US invasion of Afghanistan.
# In Numbers
In numbers: the Annual Report of the Comptroller & Auditor General
The State’s accountant’s annual report for 2010 shows that there is €22.7bn is left in the National Pension Reserve Fund – €10bn of that has been deposited in banks.
# Happy Birthday
In numbers: DublinBikes celebrates its 2nd birthday
The Dublin bike rental scheme turned two yesterday so we’ve had a look at how its doing.
# In Numbers
In numbers: how Ireland's students fared in Leaving Cert 2011
Which subjects had the best pass rates? Which had the fewest taking higher level? We’ve crunched the numbers to find out.
# In Numbers
Discrimination at work: reports of ill-treatment soar by 60 per cent
Latest figures show the Equality Authority received over 1,000 more complaints of workplace discrimination last year.
# School's Out
In numbers: the first term of the new Dáil and Seanad
The Dáil wraps up for the summer holidays today. Here’s some figures as to how things have gone so far.
# Maths Class
In numbers: The Open Championship
From zero through to 900,000, we take a look at the numbers which define The Open.
# Census 2011
Running the numbers: First results of Census 2011
The CSO has released the preliminary findings of April’s census – and they show Ireland’s population is edging towards five million.
# In Numbers
Ireland by numbers: The country's vital statistics
From births, to deaths, to unmarried parents – we look at the latest figures which make up the country.
# In Numbers
In numbers: the US military campaign in Afghanistan
An overview of the facts and figures from the US decade-long campaign in Afghanistan.
# 100 Days
In numbers: The first 100 days of the Fine Gael-Labour coalition government
How the Fine Gael-Labour coalition government is shaping up after 100 days in office.
# In Numbers
In numbers: Bin Laden, September 11, and the War on Terror
3,520 days between the September 11 attacks and bin Laden’s death – with up to a million civilian deaths in between.
# In Numbers
In numbers: What the stress tests think of the Irish economy
€70 billion (and counting) in state aid for the banks, 45,000 mortgage defaults, and 15.8 per cent unemployment…
# In Numbers
In numbers: George Osborne's new UK budget
The UK’s coalition government introduces its second budget. Here’s our condensed guide to what’s in it.
# Bye Bye Brian
In numbers: Brian Cowen's tenure as Taoiseach
As one administration takes power, another steps down – so here’s some condensed figures on the Brian Cowen era.
# GE11
The 2011 election campaign, in numbers
566 candidates, up by 96 in 2007, with 481 men and 85 women looking for 165 seats in 43 constituencies in 15 days.
# In Numbers
In numbers: How SKILL spent its funds
See how the HSE training programme shared out its €60m budget.
# Black Thursday
In numbers: The banking bailout
Wonder where our billions are going? Here’s a breakdown of the bailout.
# Iraq
In numbers: the end of American combat troops in Iraq
2710 days. 4,415 military casualties. 0 weapons of mass destruction.
# In Numbers
The €39bn capital programme: what's in and what's out
Some rail projects are dropped but other motorways will be finished.