There is a security alert on the line at Barry's Amusements in Portrush, police have confirmed. Officers say the track leading into the haunted house may be closed for some time while they ascertain whether it is a viable device. A...
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...
After years of being Oh so Negative about blood, Northern Ireland's politicians agreed to temporarily exist in the 21st century for a short moment today, as they agreed to bring the country's laws on blood donation into line with the rest of...
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...
An Armagh archaeologist has stunned experts by claiming to have found a lost civilisation close to the shoreline of Lough Neagh. Lorcan Spade, Professor of Old Things at the University of Tandragee, told us that the recent spell of hot weather had left the...
A Belfast man is believed to be the first person in the world to have a car that allows him to drive around in the dark without needing to turn his f**king headlights on. 54-year-old Johnny Darko told The Ulster...
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...
Homeless people across Northern Ireland are uncharacteristically looking forward to Christmas this year, amid a ground-swell of concern for their welfare amongst a normally uncaring population. The optimistic mood has been fuelled by debates on social media over the arrival of refugees from...
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...
The Equality Commission has added "U OK Hun" to its list of sectarian phrases which should be considered unacceptable in the workplace. "It has come to our attention that people routinely use this abusive phrase when messaging friends in times...

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