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...
There have been renewed calls for the Department for Infrastructure to improve its management of grass verges amid claims that a 'lost Amazonian tribe' is living on a roundabout in Craigavon. The news came to light after a police helicopter patrolling the...
Following the news that a big-hearted bus driver purchased a new coat for a homeless man, the Ulster Fry has discovered that many people are disappointed it doesn't have a divisive sports emblem which they can argue about on social media. "I'm sure it's...
British Telecom have admitted that hundreds of homes in Northern Ireland have been mistakenly rigged with explosives, after a typo-riddled email instructed their engineers to 'install landmines' at properties across the Province. Diesel McCartney a 47 year old tyre-kicker from Aughnacloy, discovered the...
The 1000 year old skeleton unearthed in the grounds of Hillsborough Castle was wearing corduroy trousers and was buried in a Barbour lined coffin, The Ulster Fry has learned. According to archaeologist in charge of the dig, people in ancient times were...
Northern Ireland is well on the way to becoming the world's largest pothole, a major international conference was told today. Addressing the World Holeiologist Society, Professor Gar MacAdam told his fellow experts that a lack of roads investment "combined with...
Two alleged criminals from East Belfast were forced to leave their homes today after police officers knocked on their doors and intimidated them with the law, the Ulster Fry understands. "They just rocked up and told they had to leave!" revealed nosey neighbour,...
Follwing svral hoors of heavi drinkin in twon to celebrake St Pattys day, schintists at Margee Univestry have clammed that ‘Tee entyre popsiclation of Derry is nowe too pihsed to tipe prooperly!” The inkformation fist came to lihgt in cummunications...
Billed as a transport revolution for Belfast, the new Glider buses have been in operation since Monday. Our transport correspondent, Rhonda Bout, describes her journey. "On arrival of at the bus-stop I was delighted to see that there were several...
The whereabouts of dozens of tourists visiting Northern Ireland remains unknown at present, after 'rival gangs' operating in Belfast City Centre were seen forcing sightseers off the streets and into nearby vehicles earlier today. The situation began early this morning near Royal Avenue, after men in brightly-coloured jackets were...

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