The National Ambulance Service (NAS) has said that everyone should know their Eircode.
The Sinn Féin surge looks set to claim a major scalp in Kerry in the form of Independent TD Danny Healy-Rae, according to the latest TG4/Ipsos MRBI poll.
A new survey has found that 56% of people are satisfied with their local authority while 93% of people believe their local area is a good place to live.
A third of sunbed salons are knowingly allowing under 18s to tan.
Electioneering is best done with a scalpel, not a shovel, writes Gerard Howlin
Consumer confidence is at its highest in two years despite the majority of householders expecting property prices and rents to rise further in the next year.
A reported 70% of voters said they would vote in favour of abortion in limited circumstances.
An online survey by the HSE to seek the views of healthcare staff can be accessed by anyone, whether a health professional or not.
Men are three times more likely to have unhealthy behaviours, such as smoking, than women.
A decade on from its launch, the social media mammoth continues to divide opinion, says Jonathan deBurca Butler
She’s just six years short of her 100th birthday but that is not about to stop Iris Apfel the creative dynamo from being the face of wearable technology for the older generation, writes Margaret Jennings
Dating apps are now seen as the fastest way to get a date. Are people addicted to choice and afraid to settle down, asks Deirdre Reynolds, or are they just having fun while waiting to meet someone special.
Around 60% of Irish people have a Facebook account, making it the most popular social network in Ireland.
A new poll has put voter satisfaction with the Government at its highest level in four years.
An Ipsos MRBI survey conducted on over 150 businesses has found half do not believe the introduction of new Eircodes will have any impact on their operations.
More than 10,000 Irish households are to be surveyed to find out just how healthy the nation is, mentally and physically, the Department of Health has confirmed.
A survey of Irish adults suggests an enormous 1.1million took part in the ice bucket challenge craze in recent months – 32% of the population aged 15 and over.
Ireland has the third-highest death rate from lung disease in Western Europe, with 5,500 people dying from it yearly.
Growth in the more established social media platforms has slowed here, while newer mobile-based apps are gaining ground, according to the latest research into Irish social networking habits.
Snapchat is one of the fastest growing messaging apps in Ireland - almost one quarter of Irish adults use it.
Roy Keane’s latest 11th-hour World Cup withdrawal dealt a massive blow to ITV’s drawing power in Ireland, suggests the results of a new survey.
In the midst of considerable chaos, fear and uncertainty over the past six years, one industry has stood out like a beacon of light for the economy — agri-food.
The Gathering generated an estimated €170m, helping to attract a record number of tourists this year.
The Gathering, which was designed to attract people from abroad to this country this year, has been a phenomenal success.
At the end of a tourism initiative launched in the depths of the recession and met with no little scepticism, Conall Ó Fátharta puts away his céad míle fáilte and asks...
A referendum on gay marriage could be held within six months, Transport Minister Leo Varadkar has indicated.
The latest opinion poll shows that the referendum to abolish the Seanad looks set to pass on Friday.
New research from Ipsos MRBI shows Facebook use continues to grow in Ireland.
New research from the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland shows that the vast majority of people are still watching TV on their sets at home.
A new poll shows a majority of people are in favour of allowing same-sex marriage in Ireland.
Ireland has a growing number of ‘silver surfers’ as figures show almost one in five people over the age of 65 now have a Facebook account.
FIVE-and-a-half billion cigarettes are smoked in this country each year, allowing the public purse to draw €1.5bn from the trade.
Eastern and Central Europeans living here are paying €2.30 less than Irish nationals for a packet of cigarettes.
People are in favour of minimum prices for alcohol and bans on advertising, but are against ending sponsorship of sport and music events, according to a survey.
The yes campaign looks solidly on track to win the fiscal treaty referendum, according to the latest opinion poll.
More than two-thirds of loan applications by small businesses this year were approved, a new report has revealed.
MORE than one in two people are dissatisfied with the Government’s performance, a new poll has shown.
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