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How much did Coppers make in profit last year? It's the week in numbers

Plus: How many days will Luas workers go on strike for next month?

Image: Mark Stedman/RollingNews.ie

€1.5 billion: The biggest lottery jackpot in history, the US Powerball, which was won this week.

4: The number of days Luas workers will go on strike for next month.

5: The number of Irish people who have been nominated for awards at this year’s Oscars.

€10.4 million: The amount of money Coppers made in gross profit last year.

69: The ages of legendary music star David Bowie and actor Alan Rickman, who both passed away this week.

3: The number of years Amhrán na bhFiann has been out of copyright. Fianna Fáil wants to introduce a new law to protect it.

520: The number of new jobs announced by technology firms in Dublin on Thursday.

€1: The coin a petition requested that Conor McGregor be added to. His hopes were dashed this week.

€18,000: The amount of money two sisters were awarded after getting caught up in a ‘robbery simulation’ in H&M.

8,140: The number of people that were jailed in 2014 for the non-payment of a fine. Legislation that came into effect this week is aiming to reduce that number.

30%: The rise in percentage of private cars licensed in 2015.

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