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# cso - Yesterday’s News

To live and die in Ireland: New CSO figures reveal the state of the nation

New CSO census figures have highlighted the new birth rates and the main causes of death in Ireland.

# cso - Thursday 20 October, 2016

The State of us: Ireland by the numbers in 2016

Some of the most interesting nuggets from the CSO’s Statistical Yearbook of Ireland.

# cso - Friday 14 October, 2016

There's a new online tool to help house buyers compare prices

And it’s pretty easy to use. The Central Statistics Office has released the online tool to aid buyers in their quest to land a home.

# cso - Wednesday 28 September, 2016

The CSO have cast doubt on garda crime statistics

Some 16% of crimes were not recorded on PULSE, while 21% of invalidated incidents were done so “without sufficient justification”

# cso - Thursday 1 September, 2016

Live Register: The number of people signing on has fallen below 300,000

The figures show that there are now 299,200 people officially signed on, compared with 340,700 from this time last year.

# cso - Wednesday 31 August, 2016

Dublin's still beating Cork in the battle of the babies CSO

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.

# cso - Tuesday 23 August, 2016

More than 2 million people are now working in Ireland, for the first time since 2009

There are 56,000 more people at work now than a year previously – a 2.9% rise, bringing total employment in the country to 2,014,900.

# cso - Monday 22 August, 2016

The CSO wants to use mobile phone data to figure out tourism patterns

It said that any use of such data would be “compliant with legislation… [and] would not allow the identification of individuals.”

# cso - Friday 12 August, 2016

'Shocking figures': Motor premiums up almost 40% in the last year

In the last year, one third of Irish drivers have seen their insurance rise by up to 50%.

# cso - Tuesday 2 August, 2016

Sinn Féin's TDs are in line to earn up to €50,000 extra a year

A party review has recommended ending the policy of paying all staff and representatives the average wage.

# cso - Saturday 16 July, 2016

Poll: Should people who refuse to co-operate with the Census be prosecuted? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should people who refuse to co-operate with the Census be prosecuted?

There were five successful prosecutions after the 2011 survey.

The CSO is planning to prosecute Census non-cooperators

It’s a legal offence to fail to provide information to the CSO if requested in a census.

# cso - Thursday 14 July, 2016

People out on bail committed over 250,000 crimes in the past 10 years

CSO figures show that almost 26,000 crimes were committed by people out on bail last year alone.

# cso - Monday 11 July, 2016

Britain is not Ireland's most lucrative EU trading partner - Belgium is

Exports to Britain in 2015 accounted for €13.7 billion but the Belgian market was worth €14.5 billion.

# cso - Wednesday 29 June, 2016

Residential property prices are up almost 7% compared to a year ago CSO

Residential property prices are up almost 7% compared to a year ago

Property prices in Dublin 4.8% higher but still 32.8% lower than in early 2007

There has been an increase in sexual assaults and a decrease in burglaries

There were more than 10,000 fewer burglary and theft-related offences in the 12 months to March 2016.

# cso - Monday 30 May, 2016

The number of young people with pensions has fallen dramatically since the recession

Figures released by the Central Statistics Office show decrease in pension for majority of workers.

# cso - Wednesday 25 May, 2016

It still isn't too late to hand back your census form, but you'll have to post it

The CSO is issuing one last appeal for public to turn in the forms.

# cso - Saturday 14 May, 2016

People are being urged to open the door to census form collectors this weekend

Enumerators are having trouble accessing apartments and homes in Dublin’s inner city.

# cso - Monday 9 May, 2016

Irish households are the third most indebted in the EU

The Central Bank says this ranking is in spite of a significant decline in the ratio of household debt to disposable income.

# cso - Sunday 24 April, 2016

# cso - Saturday 23 April, 2016

Census will go to extra lengths to leave nobody uncounted

Special provisions have been put in place to ensure rough sleepers and those in emergency accommodation are counted.

# cso - Saturday 16 April, 2016

Haven't got a census form yet? You need to get on to your enumerator, pronto

Haven't got a census form yet? You need to get on to your enumerator, pronto

It’s everyone’s legal obligation to make sure they’re included, the CSO is warning.

# cso - Friday 15 April, 2016

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.

# cso - Friday 8 April, 2016

Census forms haven't been getting to apartment blocks and the CSO is worried

The forms have to be hand-delivered by enumerators.

# cso - Thursday 31 March, 2016

There were 25% more kidnappings in Ireland last year, but what does it mean?

Not all kidnappings involve hostages or demands for money.

# cso - Wednesday 30 March, 2016

We must be doing something right – trips by foreigners to Irish shores are up in a big, big way

The tourism industry here is booming, and a lot more Irish people are heading abroad as well.

Big rise in kidnapping, murder threats and sexual offences

But there’s been a massive drop in the number of murders, according to new crime statistics.

# cso - Saturday 26 March, 2016

'What is your religion?' People are being urged to think hard about that come census night

'What is your religion?' People are being urged to think hard about that come census night

The Humanists Association of Ireland want people to consider how they really feel.

# cso - Tuesday 8 March, 2016

From Business ETC New cars sales have been doing a roaring trade since the start of the year Upgrade

# cso - Wednesday 2 March, 2016

Fascinating statistics compare modern-day Ireland to the country in 1916

Births, deaths, marriages … and the most popular baby names.

# cso - Thursday 4 February, 2016

Live Register: 35,000 fewer people signed on since last year

The number has dropped by almost 30% from its August 2011 peak.

# cso - Tuesday 5 January, 2016

Registration for census jobs closes after just four hours due to demand

By 1pm today the number had already reached 16,000.

# cso - Monday 4 January, 2016

6 things you didn’t know about this year’s census

We’ve broken it down into facts and figures.

High demand expected for census jobs – get your application in early

The recruitment process starts tomorrow.

# cso - Friday 18 December, 2015

There were almost 30,000 burglaries in Ireland in the first nine months of 2015

It’s not all bad news however, murder offences have fallen by almost a third.

# cso - Monday 14 December, 2015

Nearly half of released prisoners reoffend within three years

Study finds most prisoners are convicted of new offences within months of their release.

# cso - Sunday 13 December, 2015

Fancy counting for cash? Ten weeks part-time work could earn you €2,400

The CSO is looking for census enumerators.

# cso - Sunday 29 November, 2015

Ireland’s missing people: The numbers behind the heartbreak

We’ve been examining the stats behind the thousands of missing persons reports made in Ireland.

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