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Martin Brett of the Gleneagle Hotel in Killarney said co-ordinating the census in the hotel will be a challenge. Photograph: Don MacMonagle

Hotel managers all over the country will face a particular challenge on census night on Sunday(...)

Enumerator Sean O’Hanlon with Jan Moore in Glasnevin, Dublin, during Census 2011. The CSO is no longer accepting registrations from those who wish to become enumerators in Census 2016. File photograph: Aidan Crawley

(...) become enumerators in the forthcoming census, because of the number who have already registered. By mid(...)

The big focus will be on the orange-green tribal battle, particularly in the context of the demographic changes exposed by the 2011 census. That interest is heightened by  education statistics which show significantly more Catholics than Protestants in nursery, primary, second- and third-level education in the North. Photograph: Reuters

(...).These are the first elections since the 2011 census disclosed that there are just 54,000 more people from a(...)

Belfast’s Titanic Quarter. The census shows the NI population is also becoming more “Catholic” in the broadest sense. About 52 per cent of those normally resident in Northern Ireland and who were or are being raised as Catholics are under the age of 35. The equivalent figure for the Protestant community is 40 per cent.

New census data just released shows Northern Ireland society(...)