Dublin has fallen 22 places on a Global Liveability Index in just six months, according to a report compiled by the Economist. The report, which is compiled by the Economist Intelligence Unit, showed Dublin had taken the fifth-largest tumble down the rankings this year. Read MoreCities are measured on criteria such as infrastructure, healthcare, education, stability, culture and environment by the researchers. Ireland’s index score is 80.1, down from 86.5. “The New Zealand capital, Wellington, has also gained from this relative freedom, moving from 15th to joint fourth place in our current rankings,” the report said.
Source: Irish Independent June 14, 2021 09:45 UTC