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As it became apparent close to Christmas that Ireland had lost control of the virus, retailers steeled themselves to battle through another thicket of(...)

Minister for Education Joe McHugh. Photograph: Alan Betson

The Minister for Education should introduce an integrated policy linking the teaching of Irish throughout all cycles of the education system, accordin(...)

Common outcomes to an affair include the end of the marriage or an attempt to rebuild the relationship. Photograph: iStock

We don’t know what percentage of married Irish people have been unfaithful. A 2012 survey of 1,000 people by Millward Brown Lansdowne suggests a figu(...)

Eighth Amendment: anti-abortion groups have stepped up their campaigns. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Opinion polls published last weekend suggest a tightening of the abortion referendum campaign, as it becomes clear that a large undecided middle groun(...)

A Sinn Féin leadership change to Mary Lou McDonald is likely to significantly improve the party’s  position. Photograph: Alan Betson

After another recent instalment of the melodrama and brinkmanship of our so-called new politics, it is worth stepping back this Easter recess to take (...)

A new opinion poll shows support for (from left) Enda Kenny’s Fine Gael, Michael Martin’s Fianna Fáil and Gerry Adams’s Sinn Féin is on the rise. Support for Independents, including Shane Ross’s Independent Alliance, has fallen sharply.

Support for Independents has fallen dramatically to just 8 per cent, according to the results of a Millward Brown opinion poll. The poll, which was(...)

Commuters at Tara Street DART station. That average travel time breaks down into about eight long minutes waiting on the platform and almost 28 minutes on board the train. Photograph: Frank Miller

Dublin rail commuters are a captive audience for advertisers for average travel periods of almost 36 minutes, according to a new study by out-of- home(...)

“The Ipsos MRBI poll for The Irish Times underestimated support for Micheál Martin’s party by 1.5 per cent.” Photograph: Leon Neal/AFP/Getty Images

The performance of Irish polling companies in the general election – while far from perfect – could not begin to be compared to the dismal failure of(...)

Support for Fianna Fáil ranged from 18 per cent to 23 per cent across all polls, while Sinn Féin ranged from 15 per cent to 19 per cent.

Three election polls published this weekend by Sunday newspapers have provided different results for the country’s largest parties. They also show a(...)

The Science in Ireland Barometer shows too many people feel uninformed about major science issues such as climate and energy. They also believe scientists do not listen to ordinary people. File photograph: Getty Images

A major study published on Wednesday shows people in Ireland are generally supportive of State investment in science and believe it is important for o(...)

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