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153 people classed as homeless in the North East

There were 153 people in the North East classed as homeless as of Census night in April 2016. The latest release of Census data from the Central Statistics Office (CSO)

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More than 300 more single men in Dundalk than women

It’s not all in your heads lads. It really is more difficult for you to find a date than for women. That’s partly because there are more than 300 more

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Number divorced or separated in Louth jumps by more than 10%

The number of people either divorced or separated in Co Louth jumped by more than 10% in the five year period from 2011 to 2016. That’s according to new information

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More than 10,000 people in Louth are living alone

A total of 8% of people in Louth are living alone. That’s according to new information from Census 2016, released today, which shows that there are 10,260 people in the

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Less young people and more older people living in Louth, according to Census

The number of young children living in Co Louth in the period from 2011 to 2016 fell by 9%, according to new figures. An analysis of last year’s Census, released

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Area of Dundalk identified as an unemployment blackspot by Census 2016

The unemployment rate for Co Louth was 16.7% at the time of the Census last year with one area of Dundalk identified as an unemployment blackspot. New figures from Census

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Dundalk the third biggest town in Ireland

Dundalk is the third biggest town in the country. That’s according to new data from the Central Statistics Office, based on information provided in last year’s Census. Dundalk now has

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Number of private households occupied in Louth up 3.4% according to Census

There were 45,448 private households occupied in Co Louth at the time of the Census in 2016. That represents a 3.4% increase on the 43,972 households that were registered in

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Population of Co Louth surges to highest level in recorded history

The population of Co Louth increased by almost 6,000 between April 2011 and April 2016 to 128,884. That’s according to new Census figures released by the CSO today which show

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Dundalk’s population just below 35,000, according to Census 2016

The population of Dundalk now stands at 34,496, according to the latest Census figures released this morning. That’s an increase of 1,321 from the last Census in 2011 according to

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Louth’s population increases by 4.5% to 128,375

Louth’s population has grown by 4.5% in the last five years. That’s according to the latest Census figures for 2016, released this morning by the CSO. The figures show there

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Census forms being delivered to homes at present

Census enumerators are currently visiting every home in the area to deliver forms ahead of Census night on Sunday April 24th. The census provides a detailed account of everyone in

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Recruitment begins for 106 Census Enumerators in Louth

Recruitment begins today for Census Enumerators both locally and nationwide. The Census Enumerators are responsible for delivering and collecting census forms to every household in their area. Candidates must be

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Release of 1926 Census could boost tourism in Louth, insists Mullen

Independent Senator Rónán Mullen has called on the Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht to bring forward the long awaited legislation which would release the returns for the 1926 census.