There were 23,671 new registrants on the register last month, the figures show

The number of people signing on the Live Register continues to fall, declining by 1.4 per cent in April, according to new figures from the Central Sta(...)

Insurer RSA’s Irish unit delivered a rebound in insurance premiums in the first quarter as companies across the industry continued to hike pricing.

Insurer RSA’s Irish unit, which was the subject of a costly accounting scandal in 2013, delivered a rebound in insurance premiums in the first quarter(...)

The data show the number of people recorded as unemployed totalled 183,700 last month

The unemployment rate fell to 8.4 per cent last month, down from 8.6 per cent in March and from 9.7 per cent for April 2015, new figures from the Cent(...)

A briefing document to Minister for Transport Paschal Donohoe said data from the Injuries Board contradicted the claims by the motor insurance industry about the rising cost of claims.  Photograph:  Barry Batchelor/PA Wire.

The motor insurance industry is raising the cost of premiums to “boost profitability” in the wake of the economic downturn, Minister for Transport Pas(...)

The CSO said sales in department stores fell by 4 per cent, while motor trades were down 2.7 per cent

Retail sales in March fell 2.1 per cent compared with February as a result of poor car sales. New figures from the Central Statistics Office show th(...)

In 2014, one in eight children in Ireland (11.2 per cent) were in consistent poverty. File photograph: Getty Images

Amid the upbeat headline figures in the latest Measuring Ireland’s Progress report are ominous indications of inequality and continuing high levels o(...)

Nationally, property prices rose by 7.4 per cent in the twelve months to March 2016, figures show, down from an increase of 16.8 per cent in the same period to March 2015. (Photograph: Cyril Byrne / THE IRISH TIMES)

Irish property prices rose by 7.4 per cent in the year to March, figures published by the Central Statistics Office on Tuesday show, with growth stil(...)

Consumer Price Index: gives an insight into how Irish families have changed their eating habits, their houses and how they entertain themselves

Pressure cookers, woks, ice-cream cakes, milk of magnesia, wallpaper borders. Remember the days when these were all regular items on the typical Irish(...)

Once all of the data has been captured and checked, it will be analysed and published early next year

The collection of census forms will get under way today, and enumerators will continue to collect forms until May 23rd, the Central Statistics Office (...)

Ictu’s Patricia King Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The_Irish_Times

The head of Ireland’s largest trade union movement has called on companies to use increasing profit margins to rectify “wage stagnation and wage cuts”(...)