The CSO is publishing its report on Garda crime statistics today. File photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

So the CSO has found that crime is being under-reported. Did the Garda Inspectorate not already tell us this last year? Today’s Central Statistic(...)

Review finds an under-recording of crime by Garda “issues” with the way Garda record data.

Approximately 18 per cent of crimes reported to An Garda Síochána in 2011 do not appear to have been recorded on the force’s PULSE computer system, a (...)

Tax cuts should not form part of the next budget and taxes should instead be raised with all available resources going towards services for the societ(...)

Statistics from the Central Statistics Office show the average working week is now a half hour longer than it was five years ago - at 35.7 hours in the first three months of 2015 compared to 35.2 hours in the same period in 2009.

Irish people are working a longer working week than they did five years ago and, despite the economic recovery, there are still fewer people employed (...)

When asked what the used as their main source of news 41 per cent said they accessed news online (including from websites, social media, apps and blogs) while 37 per cent cited television (both TV bulletins and 24-hour news channels) as their main news source.

Irish news users are half as likely to pay for online journalism as their counterparts in Finland and Denmark an international study on news consumpti(...)

A survey of bank officials found almost half had dealt with cases of suspected elder abuse, with most reporting that they had dealt with at least one (...)

Parents can register their children for the Under-6s Free GP Care from Monday, June 15th onwards. File photograph: Getty Images

Some 60 per cent of doctors have signed up to the scheme for free GP care for under-6s, Minister for Health Leo Varadkar has said. Parents can regist(...)

Residents of a Co Louth centre for people with disabilities were repeatedly locked into the bungalow unsupervised, an inspection has found

Residents of a Co Louth centre for people with disabilities were repeatedly locked into the bungalow unsupervised, an inspection has found. The Healt(...)

A total of 3,735 women with Irish addresses travelled to the UK for abortions last year, an increase on the 2013 of 3,679.

A total of 3,735 Irish residents travelled to to England or Wales last year for abortions, statistics published by the UK Department of Health show. (...)

Managing editor Cliff Taylor remembered Sean Flynn (pictured) as a friend who ‘put a smile on your face’, a journalist with an ‘extraordinary talent’, and a dedicated family man. Photograph: Eric Luke

Family, friends and colleagues of deceased Irish Times staff gathered in Dublin on Saturday for a commemorative service. The event, held at the(...)