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Monday 27 March 2023 Dublin: -3°C

# Stats

All time
# crunch the numbers
Covid-19: What does the recent data tell us about Ireland's fight against the virus?
As the government ramps up the vaccination rollout again, the data indicates boosters are doing their job.
High levels of Covid-19 continue to be reported among children, Michelle Hennessy reports.
Hospitalisation rates for older groups dipped following the rollout of booster vaccines.
Small numbers of people continue to come forward for their initial first and second doses of vaccine.
'It's not down to hesitancy at all': Are people less enthusiastic about boosters?
# Covid-19
Construction workers have the lowest Covid vaccine uptake in the country
Data released by the stats body found that just 75% of construction workers have had their jabs.
# staying local
The week before Christmas was the busiest seven days for people moving outside 10km from their homes
The CSO released the data today.
# daily update
Coronavirus: Five deaths and 720 new cases of Covid-19 confirmed in Ireland
The figures were released this evening.
# latest figures
Coronavirus: No further deaths and 188 new cases - including 76 in Dublin
The figures were announced by health officials this evening.
# Podcast
The Explainer: What does the data tell us about Ireland's fight against coronavirus?
We speak to two experts about the issue.
# Stats
Here's how many times motorists got caught speeding last year - and how many got disqualified
By far, the most common offence detected and which led to a driver being disqualified is speeding.
# Positivity
'When you look at the stats, I'm really happy with the performance' - Schmidt
Joe Schmidt’s Ireland delivered their second poor performance in a row at the World Cup.
# Operation Thor
Garda stats show winter burglaries drop by 50% in four years
The latest stats have been released Under Reservation by the Central Statistics Office.
# Love and Marriage
Brides and grooms are still getting older (but only in opposite sex marriages)
Same sex marriages still happen at a later age, but this is changing.
# Ceiling
Second, second bottom - whatever: Six Nations form no indicator through Ireland's World Cup history
Form in the spring tournament hasn’t been able to push Ireland beyond the eight yet.
# Stats
Numbers Game: No manager has beaten Jim Gavin's Dublin more often than Malachy O'Rourke
Jim McGuinness remains the only manager with an unbeaten record against Dublin in the Jim Gavin era.
# evidence
One in three UN workers have been sexually harassed in the past two years
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said there are “some sobering statistics” in the new report.
# thank u next
The key stats and numbers through Martin O'Neill's reign as Ireland boss
After five years, he’s parted company with the FAI ‘by mutual agreement’.
Residential property prices have risen by 8.6% so far this year
Since early 2013, prices nationally have increased by 81.1%.
# Annual Report
GSOC complaints: Uniformed garda 'smelt of alcohol' and draped arms around two women in pub
GSOC’s annual report was published today.
# Housing Crisis
Over 3,500 new homes built in first three months of 2018
The CSO said it is using new methods to collate the data.
# bip
'Anything over 44 minutes, we have won... anything 37 or below, they have won'
Warren Gatland was disappointed with the ‘stop-start’ nature of Ireland’s win over Wales.
Over 107,000 foreign nationals were given a PPS Number in 2016, a significant rise on the year before
The latest report from the Central Statistics Office looked into the number of PPSN allocations to foreign nationals over the past six years – from 2011 to 2016.
# Numbers Game
Cristiano Ronaldo is experiencing the biggest slump of his career in 12 years
The Real Madrid man has suffered a surprisingly poor start to the season – the worst he has endured in quite some time.
# fyi
9 stats on Martin O'Neill's Ireland that might surprise you
There are a couple of good potential pub quiz questions in here.
# Emergency Accommodation
Census 2016: Nearly one in five homeless adults have a job
In all, 27% of homeless people were aged 18 and under on Census night in April 2016.
# Statto
How runaway leaders Cork City can rewrite the history books
The Leesiders could break a number of all-time records this season.
# Housing Crisis
This graph shows how housing supply has flatlined this decade - compared to population growth
A new report looks at housing in Census 2016.
# heritage month
High achievers, naturalised citizens and thousands of gaeilgeoirí: A breakdown of the Irish in America
Ireland has one Dublin. The US has fifteen.
# big numbers
'The way we train, we try and put pressure on them to adapt' - Dempsey on blistering Leinster backline
The Blues’ attack has consistently been ripping opposition defences to shreds since the turn of the year.
# Health
'People simply aren't aware of the cancer risk from drinking alcohol'
The Irish Cancer Society wants the Public Health (Alcohol) Bill 2015 implemented in Ireland asap.
# Yearbook
The State of us: Ireland by the numbers in 2016
Some of the most interesting nuggets from the CSO’s Statistical Yearbook of Ireland.
# Change generation
What are the biggest expenses for Irish households?
The roof over our heads, the food in our belly and the means of getting from A to B top the list.
# Final Countdown
Dublin v Mayo stats: Why Cluxton v Clarke is just as important as Fenton v O'Shea
We break down the key statistical points from Dublin and Mayo’s road to Croke Park.
Dublin's still beating Cork in the battle of the babies
The number of marriages registered during the quarter was 3,539, of which 186 were same-sex marriages.
# Crime
Courts should hand down tougher sentences for crimes against businesses, say company owners
The latest national survey finds a quarter of businesses were impacted by crime last year.
# polls apart
Did opinion polls get it wrong - again?
Not really.
# Stats
There were almost two same-sex marriages for every day it was legal last year
CSO figures also show that the average age of brides and grooms is the highest ever recorded.
# blocked off
Census forms haven't been getting to apartment blocks and the CSO is worried
The forms have to be hand-delivered by enumerators.