The number of men out of work fell by 28,200 to 186,900 over the year to the end of March, while the number of women unemployed fell by 1,700. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

The numbers at work grew for the third successive quarter in the first three months of the year according to the Central Statistics Office. On a seaso(...)

A prison officer in the Mountjoy Prison committal unit where prisoners spend their first night.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Almost two-thirds of prisoners go on to reoffend within three years of release, a new study has shown. The report, published this morning by the Irish(...)

 John McGuckian, chairman, at the Irish Continental Group annual general meeting, in Dublin yesterday. Photograph: Eric Luke

The chief executive of ferry operator Irish Continental Group, has said it is too soon to predict how the British tourist market will perform this ye(...)

It is deeply unsettling to hear animals cry out in hunger. That sound was heard all too frequently in recent months to the great distress of the farme(...)

Retail sales rose by 0.2 per cent last month, rebounding from a marked slump in March, as sales of cars and electrical goods boosted numbers on the hi(...)

Visitors numbers to Ireland increased by over 56,000 - but British trips were down.

The Gathering may have caught the imagination of American tourists, but the number of British visitors to Ireland continues to decline, figures releas(...)

“In The Fall our fabulous female detective (Gillian Anderson) explains that the killer has washed the body of the dead woman, and even washed and dried her bed linen, before arranging her in a photogenic pose on her own bed.” Photograph: Steffan Hill

Television females lead strange lives. And not just because they wake up with all their make-up on, always have clean hair and can wear boned b(...)

Trinity College Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

Dublin comes out on top when it comes to a broad range of quality of life indicators, according to the latest report from the Central Statistic(...)

Imagine the populations of Cork, Galway, Limerick and Waterford cities put together. They amount to about 400,000 people. That’s about the numb(...)

In the first three months of the year exports of chemical and pharmaceutical products fell by more than 11 per cent on the same period in 2012

The value of exports rose modestly for the second consecutive month in March, but foreign(...)

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