A year of Covid-19

The origins of coronavirus, its spread around the world, and how the vaccine is working

While the number of Covid-19 tests being done in the Republic has fallen, the percentage of positive tests has also dropped since late October, indicating that undetected cases are also falling. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

EU data shows Luxembourg, Belgium have incidences almost 10 times that of State’s

President Michael D Higgins presents the new Ministers with their seals of office. Photograph: Maxwells

New Cabinet younger on average than outgoing one, with no members older than 60

Irish artist Emmalene Blake with her mural of The Police in south Dublin. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Irish Times analysis shows frequency with which certain words have been embraced sinec January

The most expensive site on the Vacant Sites Register in the city is the former Player Wills cigarette factory, valued at €23.8 million

Almost 200 sites and properties are lying empty in the capital and county amid a housing crisis

Funding allocated to hundreds of clubs under Sports Capital Programme

This year Ireland received a record number of nominations for the Oscars. Irish Times Data examines Ireland’s association with the(...)

Worldwide the amount of carbon dioxide emitted has grown year-on-year for the past two decades.

The power plan has put climate change and ways to combat it back on centre stage

Kosovars, Syrians, Afghans made up half of 185,000 asylum seekers in first quarter of 2015

Ireland’s Molly Sterling during rehearsals for tonight’s Eurovision semi-final in Vienna.

Of the 41 countries Ireland has voted for since 2009, 39 have returned the favour

Viewing an eclipse in London in 1999. Photograph: Fiona Hanson/PA Wire

Solar eclipses of this magnitude are rare and cloud breaks should let most people see it

Data blog: Analysis shows January as second-worst month ever with 601 on trollies

There was  good news for Toyota when the top 10 best-selling cars of 2009 underwent the NCT in 2013 - this being the first required test for cars, at four years old. The compact Yaris came out on top (87 per cent pass rate). File photograph: Lucy Nicholson/Reuters

NCT test data for 2013 shows models from Japanese car brand have highest pass rate

The NCT centre at Font Hill Road, Dublin. The average pass rate per centre is 48 per cent. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Major variations in pass rates among test centres

Latest NCT statistics show major variations in pass rates between test centres and car brands

The Government jet at Baldonnel aerodrome in Dublin. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Costs for the first quarter came to €385,000

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