Today’s divorce rate in Ireland would count as low for most countries even in the 1950s. Professor Tony Fahey looks back at the predicted surge that never really came
Good evening. Here’s a briefing on some of the stories and issues highlighted on irishexaminer.com today.
Children are better-off with parents who are educated, rather than parents who are married.
A mother’s education trumps marriage or cohabitation when it comes to the wellbeing of children, a study reveals.
WHEN times are hard, imagination should be to the fore. So it was in Britain in the early 1940s, as bombs rained down, and a future under the yoke of Nazism loomed large.
MICHAEL Noonan made an extraordinary admission in the Dáil on Thursday.
SOCIETY may have changed dramatically in recent decades but when it comes to relationships, Irish people still look for love among those of the same social class, education, nationality, religion and age as themselves.
IRISH couples are bucking western trends by marrying more, divorcing less and having more children.
IRISH women are having more babies per capita than their European counterparts, despite having few financial incentives and poor childcare support, a survey has revealed.
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