Middle-Aged Man Wearing Leather Jacket Politely Asked To Stop

WWN can exclusively report on a grassroots movement in the south of Dublin, which has seen a middle-aged man being asked, ever so politely, to refrain from the wearing of a leather jacket. Frank Gerathy, a 46-year-old father of three, had been threatening to break out ‘the old leather jacket’ following the successful shifting of… Read more »

Irish Energy Company Morals Downgraded To ‘Banking’

MORAL RATINGS Agency Dooley’s have downgraded Irish gas supplier Bord Gais to a ‘banking level’ yesterday, after the energy supplier, announced it would yet again increase its cost for fuel by another 1.47%. The price hike, which will come into effect next month, is the second in four weeks, bringing the total rise to 3.67%…. Read more »

Cinema Popcorn Nearing €1,000 A Barrel

IRISH CINEMAS predicted today that the price of popcorn will climb to €1,000 a barrel before the end of the year. Political pressure on Ireland from the EU and the depreciation of the euro have caused a surge in cinema popcorn prices. The ‘specialised popcorn’ has more than doubled in 10 years and has touched… Read more »