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# Census 2011

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Polish named as Britain's second most widely-spoken language
Numbers taking buses and trains to work down since 2006
NI census: Catholic population growing as Protestant numbers decline
Non-Chinese Asians are the fastest growing ethnic group in Ireland – CSO
The Evening Fix... now with added ballerinas on the Grand Canal
Number of Catholics at record high, despite lowest percentage ever - CSO
Carers Association slams government failure to honour commitments
Expenses, insurance and fire engines: The week in numbers
Debates, weights and Damien Duff: The week in numbers
Marriage in Ireland rose by nearly 10 per cent in just 5 years - CSO
The Evening Fix... now with added superheroes
CSO's first detailed count reveals 3,808 homeless people
Home ownership drops as number of people renting increases
Confirmed: Dáil to lose 8 TDs with confirmation of boundary changes
Constituency report: Dáil loses 8 TDs in radical boundary shake-up
Young men around twice as likely to emigrate as women - report
Census results reveal Ireland's aging population
2016 Census may be delayed in government spending review
A TD wants to know: How many Jedi Knights are there in Ireland?
Census 2011 reveals Ireland's fastest-growing towns and counties
Census and celsius: the week in statistics
7 sexy graphs and maps from Census 2011
Bad news for the environment: 4 out of 5 use fossil fuels to heat homes
All the single ladies: those in urban areas more likely to be unmarried
The Daily Fix: Thursday
Coming home: almost 20,000 Irish people returned before Census
Polish families reuniting in Ireland as they become largest non-Irish group
Census 2011: Fall in number of Travellers living in mobile homes
Census shows family sizes are still declining - but at a slower pace
Census 2011: Surge in non-religious – but 84 per cent remain Catholic
Census 2011: 1.77m say they are able to speak Irish
How much has weekly rent average fallen since 2006? ONE per cent.
Census 2011: Half a million people speak a language other than English at home
14.5 per cent of dwellings in Ireland vacant in Census 2011
Census reveals continued increase in number of divorces
Census 2011: Over half the population lives in Leinster
Here are the highlights of Census 2011
Running the numbers: First results of Census 2011
Poll: How many TDs should be in the next Dail?