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...
Following the news that South Korean politicians have been bribing elderly voters by offering them viagra, it has emerged that parties here are also using drugs as inducements to woo voters. "We call them performance enhancing drugs," we were told...
Stormont's finance committee members were engaged in tense negotiations this morning, over the content of sing-along on their bus trip to Dublin. It is understood that a heated argument developed over the proposal to sing the school trip staple "Everywhere...
Despite months of sweet talking us, calling to our house and sliding up and down polls trying to get our attention, NI voters are more interested in English political parties - even though we can never get with them. "Wanting...
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...
Hollywood legend Clint Eastwood has found himself at the centre of a dramatic identity mixup which will see the acclaimed actor and director sensationally contesting the leadership of the SDLP against the under-pressure Alasdair McDonnell. The tale began yesterday morning at Dublin...
Finance Minister Simon Hamilton has outlined controversial plans to get rid of the entire public sector in Northern Ireland by 2017. Discussing his latest budget proposals, the DUP MLA said that the cutbacks would be "difficult" but that they were...
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...
Politicians across the country are making a last minute bid for votes this evening as the people of Northern Ireland prepare to decide who'll be in charge when Stormont next has a crisis. However their frantic Twitter and Facebook pleas for support...
UK Prime Minister David Cameron has thrown down the gauntlet to his political rivals by agreeing to take part in a televised debate but "only if we do it in the pub." The Tory leader made the offer as he...

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