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...
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...
There was sporadic complaining on the streets of Hillsborough this afternoon as the East Belfast district of Ballyhackamore was controversially crowned Town most up its own hole, despite not actually being a town. The news was also greeted with dismay...
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...
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...
Black wheelie bin collections in Belfast may be limited to the same days that the flag flies on city hall, the Ulster Fry has learned. The move would see bins collected only 18 times a year, though this will drop...
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...
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...
A 48 year old County Tyrone farmer has set a new world record for the fastest ever complaint about a spell of good weather. The Ulster Fry has learned that Donemana man Marty Ferguson made the remark to a local shopkeeper...
The Education Authority has announced radical plans to deal with underachievement among working class Protestant boys here, including the addition of Bonfire Construction to the GCSE syllabus. Revealing the move, Chief Examiner Hugh Grade told reporters it would address a...

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