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Cash strapped NI celebs working second jobs to make ends meet

Cash strapped NI celebs working second jobs to make ends meet

Many local celebrities have been forced to take part-time jobs to finance their lavish lifestyles, the Ulster Fry has learned. “With Nolan and Mitchell’s ridiculous wage demands, the rest of us are barely scraping by!” moaned TV presenter Marc Mallet as he picked us up in an Uber with an uncanny resemblance to a UTV news van. The news was confirmed by


Another rake of Norn Iron Ladybird Books.

OK, so we thought we’d make one more set of these, sure they’re good craic. One about Bangor One about politicians One about Riverdance And one about marching One about South Armagh One about hobbies One about scary folk One about blowing stuff up One about the traffic updates on Radio Ulster One about practical


UTV to launch own jungle-based reality show

As Geordie TV duo PJ and Duncan take us down under once again, local broadcaster UTV have announced their own version of the hit reality gameshow. Filmed on Cavehill, I’m a Slabber, Get Me Out Of Here will bring together some of the world’s foremost narks for a series of gruelling challenges – which they


Bono nominated for Best in Show at Crufts

Following his nomination for Glamour magazine’s Woman of the Year prize, it has emerged that a special UN Resolution means that U2 frontman Bono is to be included in all future awards lists, even if he doesn’t even remotely match the qualifications. “Bono was fuming that Dylan got the Nobel Prize,” we were told by


The eight LEAST haunted places in Northern Ireland

Halloween is nearly upon us, so there’s plenty of so-called ‘spooktacular’ events being lined up across the country. There’ll also lots of websites promoting places here that claim to be really, really haunted – probably because some auld doll once heard a cat screeching and decided it was a banshee – but where can you