Relationships between town and country were put under strain this morning after it emerged that police have uncovered an ancient All-Ireland cattle smuggling operation masquerading as amateur sports enthusiasts. The bust started innocently when police were called to a student house in...
Following the news that many retired paramilitaries have fully embraced democracy and are using their influence to line their pockets, a new paramilitary organisation has been setup to tackle the criminal activity of old paramilitary organisations. "We've had enough of...
The Irish wedding industry faces a growing crisis today, amid concerns that sneaking cheap drink into hotels is becoming increasingly difficult - after another weekend of  boozy wedding receptions across the country. Guests at 2015 weddings have noted alarming levels of dirty looks from hotel...
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...
Following the double success of independent socialist candidates in West Belfast and Foyle yesterday, local bigots have joined forces to deny that people across the Province are starting to catch themselves on. The move comes after two landmark wins for the People Before Profit party, who promote a brand...
There is growing consternation in Republican circles today amid rumours that several senior members of Sinn Fein, including leader Gerry Adams, have accepted awards in the Queen's Birthday Honours list. The information came to light after Mr Adams tweeted a photo of himself alongside...
There is growing concern among Belfast residents that plans to improve the road link to the West may lead to some kind of Culchie Apocalypse. For decades Belfast has managed to shield itself from the worst excesses of culchyism, mainly by ensuring that...
Northern Ireland is home to some of the hardest, most notorious criminals in the world. The following crimes may cause distress to some readers - especially people from Hillsborough. 62 year old retired housewife Enya Way appeared in court today...
There were jubilant scenes across Northern Ireland today, after the PSNI unveiled a revolutionary new 'Sunday Driving Curfew', which will force people who don't actually know how to drive properly to do it before noon each Sabbath day. "Now that we're not always knocking...
The new Netflix style TV service planned by the BBC and ITV got off to a shaky start yesterday when it was hijacked in West Belfast soon after its launch. It is understood that masked youths stopped the service on...

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