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The Irish Times Ipsos/MRBI “Family Values” poll put a series of statements to the public, relating family life in today’s Ireland. Attitudes often dif(...)

An Ipsos MRBI poll on behalf of The Irish Times Survey shows  the average Irish wedding had 110 attendees, including the bride and groom. Under-35s were more likely to have had larger weddings, averaging 141 people.

The younger you are, the bigger your wedding. Young married Irish people have had larger weddings than their older counterparts, according to a new po(...)

Every generation is entitled to expect a better life than the one that went before, and every parent wants this for their children. But in Ireland in (...)

The price index for export sales was up 1.3 per cent last month and rose by 7.2 per cent on an annual basis.

Manufacturing prices rose by 5.2 per cent for the year ending February 28th, according to new figures published by the Central Statistics Office (CSO)(...)

The survey asked about six areas of “worry”: not having enough money; not having enough free time; work-life balance; physical health; mental health; and relationship difficulties

What keeps Irish people awake at night? Money, or too little of it, is our number one concern, according to a major “Family Values” poll carried out b(...)

An Enar rally in Dublin: Enar received reports of 182 incidents of racist verbal abuse, violence, discrimination and other attacks between July and December 2014. File photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

People from a “black African” background are the most vulnerable to racist attack and harassment in Ireland, according to a new report. The stu(...)

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

How to watch the solar eclipse safely: make a pinhole projectorUp to 95% of sun will be blocked out by moon for about an hour from 8.30am A weak weath(...)

The generational shift in parents’ attitudes to slapping could also be seen in respondents’ working status. Photograph: Getty Images/Stockphoto

More than half of Irish parents have slapped their children, according to the results of a “Family Values” poll carried out by Ipsos MRBI on behalf of(...)

A Syrian refugee family waits near the Turkish-Syrian border after fleeing Syria, near Sanliurfa, Turkey, last year. Photo: EPA/ULAS YUNUS TOSUN

As the crisis in Syria enters its fifth year, the UN’s refugee agency has appealed for countries do more to intervene in what it says it one of the bi(...)

Illustration: Dearbhla Kelly

Every country has a top cat, and for the island of Ireland, that cat is mostly black with mixed patches of white. This colour is the most common in ea(...)

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