A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
Wed, 18 Aug, 2021
Thu, 22 Jul, 2021
Fri, 16 Jul, 2021
Tue, 08 Dec, 2020
Wed, 08 Jul, 2020
Sat, 04 Jul, 2020
Fri, 12 Jun, 2020
Sat, 16 May, 2020
Fri, 20 Mar, 2020
Airbnb and other online accommodation platforms have agreed to share data on short-term rentals with the statistical office of the European Commission in a partnership they say will help countries formulate policy decisions.
Thu, 05 Mar, 2020
When Boris Johnson's government published its 30-page negotiating mandate ahead of talks next week it rejected the idea of a level playing field involving shared standards on state aid, taxation, employment rights and the environment.
Thu, 27 Feb, 2020
Women in Ireland receive 27% less than men in pension entitlements.
Wed, 12 Feb, 2020
Ireland saw the third largest fall in house prices in the EU between 2007 and autumn 2019.
Fri, 24 Jan, 2020
Ireland continues to have one of the lowest rates of prisoners per capita in the European Union.
Thu, 23 Jan, 2020
Just under 10% of Irish households were unable to pay their monthly utility bills in the past 12 months.
Wed, 22 Jan, 2020
Only Germany, Denmark and Belgium have higher electricity prices in the EU area
Tue, 26 Nov, 2019
Public services will be a central issue in the next general election, and rightly so.
Mon, 25 Nov, 2019
The impending threat of Brexit, the domestic beef crisis and the growing awareness of climate change have put the importance of supporting local food producers back on the menu in Co Cork, writes
Tue, 12 Nov, 2019
Beef and dairy farmers have taken the Ireland Southern NUTS2 region to No 1 in Europe.
Wed, 18 Sep, 2019
While pessimism grows that the UK will remain stuck on the 'backstop' and Halloween will bring our worst nightmare of a crash out of the EU, there is reason for optimism that in these turbulent times there is a silver lining for Ireland ‘s traders.
Mon, 26 Aug, 2019
Food and drink are pricey in Ireland, with alcohol, meat and fruit, and vegetables among the most expensive items, according to a market research firm.
Thu, 22 Aug, 2019
The Irish dairy sector is a huge contributor to growth in economic activity across the rural Irish economy, supporting over 60,000 jobs, according to food economist and consultant Ciaran Fitzgerald.
Mon, 22 Jul, 2019
Young women in Ireland have the highest levels of depression in Europe, according to a new study.
Fri, 05 Jul, 2019
High rents are making it so difficult for employers to get staff that some companies are renting properties themselves and then letting them in turn at sub-market process to employees according to the chief executive of the Irish Society for Small and Medium Enterprises (ISME).
Wed, 03 Jul, 2019
Ireland is among the most expensive countries in Europe in terms of buying food and drink.
Fri, 21 Jun, 2019
Ireland recorded the fifth highest increase in household electricity costs in Europe during 2018, according to new figures from Eurostat.
Fri, 24 May, 2019
Inflation in the eurozone is not at the level the ECB wants it to be, one of the central bank’s policymakers Klaas Knot has said.
Mon, 20 May, 2019
CRIME and poverty rates in Cork, as well as waste management strategies, public transport and sustainability issues were among the indicators a €9bn German investment fund used, before deciding to spend €19m in a Cork city centre property investment, at the Webworks building.
Wed, 15 May, 2019
The Central Statistics Office has shown we are in the middle of the Irish wedding season.
Mon, 13 May, 2019
Italy’s economy returned to growth in the first quarter of the year, pulling clear of its third recession in a decade, while the country’s unemployment rate receded in March.
Wed, 01 May, 2019
Lads, what’s going on? Have ye forgotten the floodgates? The end of civilisation as we know it? The heavens falling in? Or have ye just lost your bottle, and given up the ghost entirely?
Tue, 30 Apr, 2019
IFA grain chairman, Mark Browne, said that Irish tillage farmers are furious about the continued failure of many animal feed merchants to use local barley.
Mon, 15 Apr, 2019
Property prices are continuing to rise in Ireland but, according to the CSO's Residential Property Price Index, inflation is slowing.
Thu, 11 Apr, 2019
The Red C research found that the number of Irish adults who drink alcohol regularly stands at 38% - much higher than the world average of 19%.
Sat, 06 Apr, 2019
83% of adults perceive their health as good or very good, according to data released by Eurostat today.
Fri, 05 Apr, 2019
The Milliarium Aureum was a monument erected by the Emperor Caesar Augustus in the central forum of Ancient Rome.
Thu, 04 Apr, 2019
John Hearne reports on soaring sales of electric cars in Ireland, where drivers are engaging with the planet’s dwindling reserves of fossil fuels
Tue, 26 Mar, 2019
There was a 26% increase in the number of new asylum seekers in Ireland last year, despite a general decline across the EU in foreign nationals applying for refugee status.
Sat, 16 Mar, 2019
Ireland still has one of the highest fertility rates in the EU, despite falling numbers of babies born to women in the Republic.
Thu, 14 Mar, 2019
Here are all the latest headlines this lunchtime...
Thu, 07 Mar, 2019
The EU’s trade surplus with the US reached a record level in 2018, increasing the risk that US President Donald Trump’s annoyance could ignite a fresh trade war.
Mon, 18 Feb, 2019
It’s not just the political upheaval and economic uncertainty, it’s the lingering fear that we weren’t good enough for the British, says
Thu, 07 Feb, 2019
Though advised by medics to start their family in their 20s, many women often feel judged for having children before establishing their career or going on a world tour.talks to three young mothers about the pros and cons
Thu, 10 Jan, 2019