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...
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 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...
There were wild scenes of celebration in the city centre this morning after it was announced that Belfast had been awarded the coveted Most Congested City in the UK award. The city had to beat off stiff competition to earn the prize,...
A Dundonald woman who often arrives late to the Park and Ride in the village has no concept of the basic principles of queueing, it has emerged. The woman, who appears to be somewhere in her 20s or early 30s,...
Health chiefs have said that services are stretched to "breaking point" after an unprecedented influx of so-called patients to Accident and Emergency departments up and down the country. "This morning it seemed like everyone in Northern Ireland felt the need to...
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...
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...
There was an angry reaction amongst old people at new plans by Stormont's Justice chiefs to deal with what has been termed "the grey menace". "We are seeing dramatic increases in anti-social behaviour among pensioners," said William Young, head of...
After a senior Conservative MP admitted regularly using the legal high Amyl Nitrate, better known as poppers, we sent our reporters to Stormont to see if any of our local politicians had dabbled in drug taking. What we learned...

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