There was anger and dismay in tourism circles this morning after it emerged that Prince Charles had given Northern Ireland a 1 star review on the popular travel site Shitadvisor. Mr Wales has been here for a couple of days...
The PSNI have released details of a new Traffic Branch unit that will specifically target young males driving so called "hot hatches". "The Boy Racer Division is currently undergoing special training," said Superintendent Brian Cant, "tailored to allow them to first...
DUP leader Arlene Foster suffered minor injuries this afternoon in what has been described as a "freak accident" during a visit to the circus with party colleagues. It is understood that Mrs Foster had taken MPs Jeffrey Donaldson and Gavin Robinson...
Traffic chaos engulfed mid-Antrim yesterday, after an elderly couple decided to pass an hour - by going driving for a few hours. Sadie Wollensock and her husband Arthur 'took a notion' for ice-cream yesterday, hopping into their beloved Rover Metro in search...
A woman who robbed a man in Belfast last night wearing a cow-print onesie is now the target of a country-wide terrorism manhunt, after Interpol identified her a member of farmed-resistance group, Al Cow-aeda. The incident is the latest in a string of attacks by...
The United Nations has been forced to declare a State of Emergency in Belfast after a change in the city's bin collection rota led to widespread disorder. Attempts by the City Council to roll out the new schedule ended in...
As Northern Ireland awoke to the news that some over-eager political party activists may have used the media to sway public opinion on key political issues by calling into a radio station, the Norn Iron Telegraph issued a stinging "hands off" rebuke to any...
As the world vegetable shortage continues to bite, police on both sides of the border have made arrests after a "significant lettuce cache" was uncovered on a farm outside Forkhill in South Armagh. It is believed that smugglers with links...
This year's A Level students in Northern Ireland have shattered all previous records for jumping, the Ulster Fry has learned. Students traditionally jump in a line on receipt of their grades, as every local newspaper photographer vies for the most clichéd...
Belfast's annual Culture Night has descended into widespread rioting after rival gangs of middle class families clashed in the city centre. The Ulster Fry understands that trouble broke out after a group of parents from Stranmillis seized control of the...

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