There is growing concern in security circles that Northern Ireland stands on the brink of civil war, as heated internet debates about Gay Cakes began to spill over into violent street confrontation. "Huge rows began on Twitter and Facebook within minutes...
Twenty-seven people were arrested across the Province this morning, as part of a new PSNI operation to stamp-out the illegal ‘rigging’ of domestic electricity meters. The illicit practice has become increasingly popular in recent years, as NIE customers use special...
There was anger in North Belfast this morning after it was revealed that former Take That singer Jason Orange is planning to invest over £15 million of his fortune in a new housing development in the Ardoyne area. Mr Orange,...
The PSNI has a new weapon in its armoury this summer - specially designed trailers that will see rioters placed on the naughty step until they promise to behave themselves. Costing almost £100,000 each, the trailers will be placed in...
Members of a DUP LGBT faction are planning to take part in this weekend's Pride parade, while at the same time protesting at their own involvement. "As proud members of the LGBT community, we're very much looking forward to the...
A Belfast man is in intensive care after being subjected to repeated Baby Shark attacks whilst surfing the web with his kids. Traumatised Glengormley father, Martin Brody, told us he can't get the harrowing six hour ordeal out of his...
A new study conducted by an international team of scientists has concluded that the annual Northern Irish ritual of setting fire to things is mainly enjoyed by arseholes. "It's clear that piling up huge pyres of pallets and bedecking them...
Businesses and celebrities have come together to support a new charity which hopes to alleviate the plight of Gingers struggling to cope with the hot weather. Speaking at the launch of ''Ginger Aid", celebrity supporter Barra Best told an invited...
Northern Ireland is suffering from a plague of molluscs after local politicians inadvertently issued press releases appealing for clams over the marching season. It is understood that their request was relayed to God, who took it at face value and added...
"I was pretty sure he was one of us," was the most common reaction in Ballymena this evening after a man described locally as a "blow in" was observed mowing his front lawn on the Lord's Day. It is understood that 34-year-old...

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