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...
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...
After a lunchtime spent lying on their arse in the sun, Belfast's office workers were left out in the cold this evening, as City Hall announced they would be reducing the amount of sunny days the country currently enjoys - in a bid to...
The social media world is reeling this afternoon as users react to a sudden change in the weather, which has seen Northern Ireland's usually tropical climate go from 'grey and mild' to 'grey, mild and a bit wet'. The panic...
The Office of First and Deputy First Minister has stunned the world of calendar manufacturing by announcing that from 2017 the days of the week will be renamed - to reflect the local bin collection regime. The move follows a...
Archaeologists at the University of Ballymoney have discovered that the weather is 'a bit milder' than it was this time last week. "We've been examining the historical records," said Dr Brian Cramp, "and it would appear that last week it would...
People across the Province woke up with nothing to say to each other today, after a recent YouGov Poll discovered that 98% of NI were actually ‘all set for Christmas’ – thus rendering 117% of December's conversations null and...
Following a survey of his fridge late last night, outgoing First Minster Peter Robinson called an emergency meeting of the NI Executive this morning, where it was unanimously decided that 2016 'will start on Monday’. "Like the rest of the people of Northern Ireland I was...
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...
Following the news that both Queens and University of Ulster are cutting hundreds of jobs because they strapped for cash, the true depths of the financial crisis facing NI’s universities have finally come to light. The Ulster Fry can reveal...

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