Internet giant Google was forced to shut down the Belfast version of its Street Maps Pac-Man game last night after violence broke out in several areas of the digital city. It is understood that large groups of ghosts assembled in a flashpoint area...
There was shock and dismay amongst ratepayers today after City council bigwigs admitted that their refuse collectors are "up to all kinds of stuff, none of it good." The news came to light after an investigation by the BBC's Spotshite programme revealed...
The two monkeys who made a break for freedom from Belfast Zoo were "just trying to escape the madness of living here", and intent on seeking political asylum in Edinburgh. At time of going to press only one of the...
There were wild scenes of jubilation in Craigavon today as residents took to the streets to celebrate the town being crowned the "best place to live and work" in Northern Ireland, in a survey conducted by the Post Office. "This survey really...
Northern Ireland prepares to hang its head in shame tonight, as a pile of wood which has been painstakingly built into a towering monolith, is burnt to the ground in what one religious minister has described as 'pagan and...
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...
There were celebrations today after an iconic mural depicting the lyrics of Dana's 1970 Eurovision winning song "All Kinds of Everything" was repainted on the wall of an East Belfast flyover. The mural was controversially over-painted last year, leading to...
There were unpleasant scenes in Belfast city centre today after a parade by the National Union of Mammies (NUM) almost descended into violence. The Mammies were taking part in their annual Mother's Day parade, when they were faced with a...
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...
Twenty-seven people were arrested across the Province this morning, as part of a new PSNI operation to stamp-out the illegal ‘rigging’ of domestic electricity meters. The illicit practice has become increasingly popular in recent years, as NIE customers use special...

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