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What is the single most expensive property sale in Ireland's history? It's the week in numbers

Plus: How many flights is Ryanair cutting from Dublin Airport next year?

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EVERY WEEK, TheJournal.ie offers a selection of statistics and numerical nuggets to help you digest the week that has just passed.

10: The number of seconds Pat Kenny said he thought about joining Tv3 for when he was offered a new current affairs programme at the station.

5: The number of lives that were saved during a HSE trial for overdose antidote drug Naloxone.

3,200: The number of victims of crime or others who were seeking support that the Crime Victims Helpline had contact with in 2015.

24: The number of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones that have been found to have faulty batteries, causing some to explode and Samsung to suspend sales of the device.

366: The number of days since the body of three-year-old Syrian refugee Aylan Kurdi washed up ashore on a Turkish beach causing international outrage. One year later, his father says little has changed.

1 million: The number of people that marched in Caracas in Venezuela against the president, according to opposition figures.

3: The number of months Brock Turner served in prison in the US for sexual assault before he was released yesterday.

1,600: The number of flights Ryanair said it was cutting from Dublin Airport next year.

€150,000: The estimated street value amount of cannabis found by gardaí in Westmeath on Thursday.

6: The number of years it could take for prospective home buyers to save up for a mortgage, according to new research published this week.

€945 million: The amount of money Blanchardstown Shopping Centre sold for, making it to most expensive sale in Ireland’s history, according to research published this week.

€27 million: The amount of money Dublin City Council spent revamping Priory Hall. It will ask councillors on Monday to allow it to start selling dome apartments to recoup some of the costs.

€13 billion: The amount of money the European Commission has ordered Ireland to recoup from technology firm Apple after it ruled that it had given the company illegal state aid.

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