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Numbers of Single Men and Women in Irish Towns

The Census always throws up some interesting information . The most recent census in 2011 has information on the numbers of single men and women in the larger towns and cities in Ireland. In the ideal situation there would be a 50-50 split between men and women –...
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Dublin Locations of Speed Cameras

Dublin City Speed Cameras Mobile speed cameras are being introduced in Dublin and nationwide to try and  reduce the incidence of fatal and serious injuries and improve road safety. An Garda Síochána, in conjunction with the National Roads Authority have identified secctions of road  where a significant proportion...
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Healthy Towns

Good Health The people of Stamullen appear to be the healthiest in Ireland – according to analysis of 2006 Census figures. The percentage of people in Stamullen who stated that had some degree of physical or mental disability or impairment – was just 4.6%. This was the lowest...
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Marriage versus Co-habiting

Married couples outnumber unmarried cohabiting couples in every Irish town – but there are large differences between the towns. For example – Rathcormac in Cork has just 50% more married couples than co-habiting couples. This is the smallest difference in the country. At the other end of the...
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Oranmore people best educated in Ireland?

 Oranmore has the best-educated residents in Ireland. Analysing figures from the 2006 census released yesterday – reveals that Oranmore in Co Galway has the highest percentage of graduates living there. 38.35% have a degree or higher and 53.3% of Oranmore residents who have completed their education – have...
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Stamullen – lowest percentage of rental property

Stamullen only has 6.3% of it’s housing occupied as rented accommodation – the rest is owner occupied. The 2006 census figures showed there were 873 housing units in Stamullen and only 55 of those were rented. Eight of those were rented from the Local Authority. This is the...
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