Special Reports


FARMING SPECIAL

A special report into Irish farming that is based on the findings of a nationwide survey of Irish farmers carried out in July and August 2013 by the Irish Examiner in association with the ICMSA. This report explores the farming communities attitudes to a wide range of social and economic issues including crime, politics, quality of life, church, state, alcohol and isolation.

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IS AUSTERITY WORKING?

A special report in which a number of staff writers and experts in their respective fields reflect on the political impact, at home and abroad, of Ireland's continued policy of austerity, its implications for Ireland economically and socially and what it could mean for future generations of Irish people.

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CRIME IN IRELAND

A data project, published in June 2013, which profiled crime in each county of the Republic from 2008 - 1012 and allowed user to measure their county crime rates versus national trends.  This special report was developed in partnership with The All-Island Research Observatory (AIRO) and the Central Statistics Office.

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