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#Volume

# volume - Saturday 18 March, 2017

Pictures: A new book explores how the 1950s and 1960s shaped the Dublin we know today

1950s saw the mass-introduction of cars in Dublin. The 1960s saw a people’s way of life change at a rate of knots.

# volume - Tuesday 10 December, 2013

Turn it down: Deafness charity warns of hearing risk from loud earphones

DeafHear.ie say that that early results of a new study show that three out of five young people are listening to earphones at unsafe levels.

# volume - Monday 10 June, 2013

Child care court reports show drug abuse, violence and mental illness

The reports are published on the Child Law Project website, which was launched earlier this year.

# volume - Tuesday 28 May, 2013

"Worrying figures" show we spent less on clothing, books and furniture in April

Retail Ireland has said government must give consumers “hope and a reason to start spending”.

# volume - Sunday 2 September, 2012

Here are the answers to yesterday's 4th Class maths test

Yesterday we gave you a quiz based on questions from the 4th Class mathematics syllabus. Here are their answers.

# volume - Saturday 1 September, 2012

Back to school: How would you do in a 4th Class maths test?

Are you smarter than a 10-year-old?

# volume - Friday 28 October, 2011

Retail sector slump continues as sales weaken in September

Retail sales were down 3.9 per cent in September when compared to the corresponding month in 2010.

# volume - Friday 8 April, 2011

From The Daily Edge Father shoots down son’s taste in music… literally Turn It Down

Father shoots down son’s taste in music… literally

‘If it’s too loud, you’re too old’ – a California dad takes matters into his own hands to complain about his son’s stereo.