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The DUP has launched an audacious proposal to put Northern Ireland back on the economic map, this time as a global centre for the international face painting industry. "We have seen huge growth in the face painting sector since 2006," says North...
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Northern Ireland moved into an exciting new era this week, as the country took a huge leap forward of societal progress - with the opening of a petrol station at the side of a motorway. Apple Green, the roadside services chain with outlets throughout the...
The DUP's South Belfast candidate Jonathan Bell has found himself at the eye of a political storm, after he "inadvertently" persuaded 83 year old former Ulster Unionist MP Martin Smith to sign his nomination papers. After the news came to light,...
There is a growing fear among officials at Stormont that representatives on the "Super Councils", due to take the reins of local government tomorrow, will use their new found "superpowers" for evil purposes. “Cutting the number of councils from 26 to...
Conservative Chancellor George Osborne unveiled his pre-election budget today, spelling out his economic plans for the year ahead. Meanwhile, millions of people across the country sat wearily staring at TVs and laptop screens for nearly four hours, listening to Osborne 'blather...
The leader of the Ulster Unionist Party, Mike Nesbitt, has revealed that he has effectively sold his party's soul to the devil in a electoral pact ahead of May's Westminster poll. Speaking from the steps of the Seventh Circle of...
Headline writers are celebrating this evening after the Stormont Executive raised its crisis alert first from Amber to Red, then to Dark Red with a hint of Purple. The new crisis related crisis came about after Sinn Fein withdrew their support for proposed Welfare...
Speaking at Friday’s Ard Fheis in Derry, Martin McGuinness jubilantly told members that Sinn Fein were 'going to have the biggest party in Ireland’, much to the delight of delegates, who admitted that they 'haven’t had a good piss up up in ages'. Rumours of a shindig...

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