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Roy Keane's jobs, shuttered Ireland and Alan Shatter's payoff: The week in numbers

Plus: What age is Enda Kenny?

Image: Laura Hutton/Photocall Ireland

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

- The number of fiancées that Rory McIlory split with.

2 - The number of jobs Roy Keane has. He says he doesn’t want a third.

4.9 - The length in kilometres of Ireland’s longest tunnel. That’s the equivalent of Grafton Street to Croke Park. The tunnel will connect the 83 kilometre offshore pipeline with the Corrib gas field.

7 - Staff that charity Bóthar was forced to make redundant this week.

24 - That’s how many crossings there are of the Liffey, now that the Rosie Hackett Bridge is open.

25 - As in per cent. That’s how many empty shops there are on Ireland’s most shuttered main street.

36 - The age that this child thinks Enda Kenny is. The Taoiseach is 63.

85 - The number of different headaches pregnant women can get, according to researchers.

310 - Days lost in the first three months of the year due to industrial disputes.

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70,282: The amount in euro that Alan Shatter is taking in severance from his role as Minister for Justice – and is handing straight to The Jack and Jill Foundation.

10,500,000 - In euro, that’s how in debt former Anglo Irish Bank CEO David Drumm is.

172,000,000 - The amount in euro that venture capitalists setting up in Dublin want to give to the Life Sciences sector.

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