The survey on income and living conditions in Ireland showed the median annual equivalised disposable income was €17,702 in 2012.

Individuals without third-level degrees show largest drop in income in CSO survey

An article urges visitors to avoid Temple Bar and its drunken tourists ‘at all costs’.

Popular website dismisses city centre location as an ‘overpriced tourist trap’

The annual standing charge for water will be €50 per house, or less, with the average yearly bill expected to come in below €300, The Irish Times has learned The annual standing charge for water will be €50 per house, or less, with the average yearly bill expected to come in below €300, The Irish Times has learned

Cabinet fails to agree on deal as householders to face annual bill of €240

Demonstrators march through Dublin in opposition to energy plans

Gardai pictured on Gatweay Avenue in Ballymun, Dublin where a man was shot dead this morning. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Window cleaner John O’Regan (48) was cycling when he received bullets in upper torso

An Tánaiste and Labour Party leader Eamon Gilmore. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Tánaiste says economic conditions more hopeful than at any time since beginning of recession

Minister for Children Frances Fitzgerald said the new law aims to make best safeguarding practice the “cultural norm” for anyone working with children. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Groups express concern over lack of sanctions for those who fail to comply with legislation

According to a report, Irish Water has proposed a ¤100 standing charge per household.

Government says decision hasn’t been taken yet on monthly fee

Two-year-old security hole in encryption system causing heartache for web users

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