The popular Pokémon Go phone App is fuelling sectarian conflict in Northern Ireland, according to a new report released today by Larne School of Economics. In the game, players join red, blue and gold teams and fight for control of locations...
Following another bomb scare today, the orchestrators of recent security alerts around the Province have today spoken of their 'pride' at finally uniting Ireland in a single unifying belief. "Our figures indicate that we're now approaching 99.98% agreement that we're...
The entire city of Belfast is to be dismantled and moved to a new location to allow the construction of a massive loyalist bonfire. The news comes after the closure of Avoniel Leisure Centre because of a huge bonfire in its carpark, and the removal...
With the country already at a standstill over recent strike actions, strikers of all sorts have now announced plans to go on strike too.  It began this morning in the world of local football, as goal scorers heaped yet more misery on...
A Co. Armagh woman has been jailed for two years after her addiction to covering her house in crap decorative signs spilled over into violence. 34 year old Arlene Thomson, who cannot be named for legal reasons, first developed her addiction to the these items...
Northern Ireland Road Service have confirmed that the ejjit who nearly killed you, himself and everyone on an oncoming bus whilst overtaking you at around 127mph - will be about twenty three feet ahead of you at the next...
With record grades again this year, Northern Ireland's successful A Level students have spent the day being told how easy their exams were compared to years ago. "I got two As and a C," said Lisburn teenager Marcus Easy, "When I phoned...
Cats across Northern Ireland have promised to put aside their differences and do some vaguely useful work during the Coronavirus lockdown. With dog movement limited to walks with their owners, cats are now...
There was widespread panic across Belfast this morning after the City Council admitted they'd ran out of actual pallets to stack bonfire pallets onto, in order to transport them across the city. "Literally all the pallets in Northern Ireland are now earmarked for burning" admitted council...
Police have confirmed that a Tyrone motorist has been detained after he failed to put his hand up to acknowledge a driver passing in the opposite direction. It is understood that 36-year-old Newton Stuart was recorded committing the offence by...

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