According to the survey, mid-range to high levels of trust in gardaí remain stable at 89%

Public trust in An Garda Síochána remains very high, according to a survey carried out on behalf of the Garda by Amárach Research. However, the public(...)

Eoin Mac Manus, business and enterprise director with Three: “We asked people how much money they would want to give up their mobile for a month”

It may be difficult to believe but the iPhone has only just celebrated its 10th birthday. In that short period the smartphone has wrought enormous cha(...)

Winning formula: Reed (5)  Barry and Alexa (2)  Barry scrutinise some samples in Cork as part of Science Week Ireland. Photograph: Clare Keogh

Major differences between the Irish public and Irish scientists on the cause of climate change, the safety of vaccinations and the origins of the univ(...)

President Michael D Higgins meeting refugees at the Goal nutrition centre in Tierkadi Refugee Camp, during his visit to  Ethiopia in 2014. Photograph:  Chris Bellew/Fennell

Who knows what the public wants from humanitarian aid agencies? Certainly not the public anyway, judging by the findings of a new survey by Amárach Re(...)

The general public are distrustful of charities and feel salaries in the sector are too high, new research indicates. A survey of 1,000 people comple(...)

While mcommerce is growing, Irish businesses are seen to be missing out with just 42 per cent of survey respondents saying they purchased goods or services from local businesss

Irish consumers are increasingly using their smartphones to shop online with one in five young people spending between €100 and €500 a month buying go(...)

Just over half of businesses surveyed claimed that increased costs are diverting funds away from company growth and investment initiatives

Spiralling wage costs and insurance premiums are putting pressure on business owners, according to a new survey. The study finds three-quarters of Ir(...)

Mary Robinson: respondents’ most admired living Irish people, apart from their own family members,  were the former president, also Bono and Liam Neeson, followed by Gerry Adams and Conor McGregor. Photograph; Dara Mac Dónaill

Seven in 10 younger Irish-Americans say they would be interested in getting an Irish passport, while more than two-thirds believe it’s important their(...)

What will Dublin be like in the year 2050? The answer will depend on the decisions that we make from today onwards.

Almost half of Dubliners are in favour of skyscrapers in the city by 2050, according to a new survey. The findings were released on Thursday as part (...)

The Ryanair customer service desk at Dublin Airport during the crisis over pilot shortages, which should see the airline fall further down the rankings. Photograph: PA

Ryanair has tumbled out of the top 100 brands in a survey examining customer experience following controversy in relation to its seat allocation polic(...)

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