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How many Irish people admit to having unsafe sex? It’s the week in numbers

Plus: How much is being spent on a new Limerick ‘superpub’?

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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.

33: The number of new stores that are to open at the Kildare Village shopping outlet.

17: The number of seconds in an expletive-laden clip from Love/Hate played on 2FM that prompted complaints.

€750,000: What’s reportedly being spent on a brand new ‘superpub’ in Limerick at the former site of the ‘Sin Bin’.

17%: The percentage of Irish people surveyed who say they have had sex outside a relationship with no contraception.

24.5%: The market share of Tesco in Ireland, slightly ahead of its rivals.

15: The age of a Belfast boy who was arrested over the data theft from phone company Talk Talk.

5%: The VAT UK women will continue to pay on tampons despite a campaign to have them classed alongside other essential items.

$100: What a Las Vegas spa charges for a cryotherapy treatment where a woman was found dead this week.

4: The number of firearms, including a AK-47, that were seized by gardaí in Tallaght.

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Rónán Duffy

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