A staggering 112% of beards here are now working in a Game of Thrones related industry, new figures from the Department of Unusual Statistics have revealed. "Prior to Game of Thrones there was huge unemployment in the facial hair community,"...
Following the announcement that UTV will relocate from Havelock House after almost 60 years, the Ulster Fry has learned that the sale of the iconic building will include classic UTV memorabilia in a bid to attract buyers. In our world exclusive report...
Amid growing concerns about childhood obesity, supermarket giant Tesco has revealed that it plans to pull kids soft drinks Ribena and Capri Sun from the shelves. Gavin Stunt, Tesco's Head of Bizarre Ideas, agreed to meet our reporters to...
After another security hoax went viral on social media, Facebook have finally admitted the vast majority of their users will believe any oul shite. "Nearly 15 years on, and most still haven't figured on no-one ever wins those free iPads, Thompson...
With yet more technical difficulties striking their services today, Ulster Bank chiefs have confirmed that they are set to convert their holdings into a chain of bookies, in an effort to improve the chances of actually making a cash withdrawal...
Sky has fought off stiff competition from rival companies to buy the global TV rights to The Twelfth for the next five marching seasons, The Ulster Fry understands. The broadcaster paid £1.4 billion to win four of the seven packages on...
The Arts Council’s recent ‘13p for The Arts’ campaign was not a hit amongst local kids according to parents. The campaign, which asked Ulster residents questions such as ‘What else would you buy for 13p?’, aimed to educate the...
Experts at Larne School of Economics have warned that unless the government steps in soon, there may be a chronic flag shortage in Northern Ireland by 2018. Dr Mervyn Fullerton, head of the think tank, claims that “since Naomi Long...
Northern Ireland's bosses have finally agreed that the weather's too good to be indoors and we can all take our work outside today. "It's gone way beyond a quare hate and is approaching clean swelterin'," said Will Close, from the Confederation of...
After years of monopolising random days off work, banks have been sensationally stripped of the powers - with the Credit Union set to take over the role instead. "Lets be honest, banks have been a shower of useless hoors the last...

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