CSO figures show gender pay gap has risen with economic recovery
Gap is generally low for new labour market entrants, with disparity increasing with age
Rising sense of inequality is eroding trust in Ireland
The 2020 Edelman Trust Barometer reveals that Irish people are becoming more pessimistic about their prospects, that many believe public institutions are unfair, that the government has been serving the interests of the few and that business and the media are not to be trusted.
Draw the decade: Trace the lines that defined the 2010s
Test your knowledge with our interactive charts
Remittances row: bad data behind inflated Nigeria money figure
The €456 million difference between World Bank and CSO estimates is unlikely to be down to illegal activities
Ninety-eight per cent of drivers break 30kph speed limits
New report shows that speeding on rural roads has increased
Up in the Air: How thousands of lets on Airbnb could be illegal
With a new taskforce set to tackle illegal lets, the tide may be about to turn for the tech giant accused of fuelling the housing crisis
Size really does matter in apartment planning
The recent reduction in the minimum sizes for new apartments has generated controversy. Are the latest rules a sensible way to help tackle the housing crisis or a gift to property speculators who want to cram more homes into each development and increase returns?