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How many calories are in a new dodgy Geordie Shore diet? It’s the week in numbers

Plus: How many people went to ‘The Ploughing’?

Geordie Shore's Holly Hagan released a new diet book and its advice isn't going down well.
Geordie Shore's Holly Hagan released a new diet book and its advice isn't going down well.
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EVERY SATURDAY ON TheJournal.ie, we bring you a selection of the statistics and numerical nuggets to help you digest the week that has just passed.

5085%: The overnight increase in the price of a potentially life-saving drug.

50: The height in feet of a ‘Rockefeller-style’ Christmas tree planned for Dublin this Christmas.

200,000: The number of people who attended ‘The Ploughing’ over three days this week.

€2.05 billion: What Denis O’Brien’s Digicel hopes to raise when it floats on the New York Stock Exchange.

800: The number of daily calories per day in a diet book from Geordie Shore star Holly Hagan, just 40% of a woman’s recommended intake.

28: The number of pages in Johnny Ronan’s submission to the banking enquiry that contained a notorious Nazi work slogan.

480,000: The number of Volkswagen vehicles that may have been rigged to falsify their diesel emissions.

€72,000: What staff at Limerick Institute of Technology (LIT) are earning with ‘no work to do’.

717: The estimated number of people who were killed in a stampede during the Muslim pilgrimage of hajj.

€17: The price of a hotdog with sweet potatao fries in new Dublin bar/restaurant ‘Porndog‘.

$19 billion: The value of the cannabis industry in the US by 2019 according to new Snoop Dogg-backed digital venture ‘Merry Jane’.

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Rónán Duffy

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