Ireland's inflation rate was 8.2% in the year to September.
It's down slightly from August's rate, according to the CSO, and the report also shows for the past year, measured inflation has been at more than 5%.
The largest increases in the year to September were in housing, energy and transport.
While there was a decrease in the cost of education compared to last year.
And compared to August, the biggest price jump was in clothes and shoes - housing and energy.
While prices of hotels, restaurants and transport saw falls over the past month.
Speaking about the release, Statistician with the Central Statistics Office Anthony Dawson said, "the most significant increases in the year were seen in Housing, Water, Electricity, Gas & Other Fuels which was up 20.0% and Transport, which was up 11.3%.
"Increased energy costs are reflected in the yearly increase of Housing, Water, Electricity, Gas & Other Fuels with electricity up 36.2%, gas up 53.1%, liquid fuels (home heating oil) up 83.8% and solid fuels up 32.5% in the year.
"The annual change in Transport costs reflects a rise in the cost of diesel (+32.5%), petrol (+15.1%), purchase of motor cars (+11.2%) and airfares (+18.8%) compared with September 2021."