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# births - Friday 28 October, 2011

Birth, death, marriage and jobs: A fascinating snapshot of Ireland

The tenth issue of the Statistical Yearbook of Ireland is out – and it provides a fascinating snapshot of Ireland today. Births, deaths, jobs, the environment – it’s all covered here.

# births - Sunday 9 October, 2011

From The Daily Edge When is Ireland's favourite time to get married, born and... em, die? Vital Statistics This post contains images

When is Ireland's favourite time to get married, born and... em, die?

A quick look at Ireland’s vital stats from the last decade…

# births - Friday 23 September, 2011

The 9 at 9: Friday

Nine things to know by 9am: Baby boom for Ireland, Palestine launches bid for statehood, and a case of spontaneous combustion in Galway…

# births - Wednesday 29 June, 2011

Ireland by numbers: The country's vital statistics

From births, to deaths, to unmarried parents – we look at the latest figures which make up the country.

Looking more like Alfie: Top baby names of 2010

Jack and Sophie top name list for last year’s newborns – but Tyler, Sebastian, Alfie and Daithi creep into top 100.

# births - Tuesday 28 June, 2011

The 9 at 9: Tuesday

Nine things to know this morning…

# births - Thursday 28 April, 2011

Irish women are older than ever giving birth

But the good news is that we’re having more babies than we were a decade ago.

# births - Thursday 21 April, 2011

Irish men predicted to live nearly a decade longer by 2041

Public health tables released today display a wealth of information about how Irish people live, die and procreate – and how that may change in the near future.

# births - Wednesday 22 December, 2010

People born in affluent areas live longer - CSO

You’re likely to live longest if you’re a woman in a well-off area with a third-level qualification, new statistics suggest.