Category: FEATURES

Deciphering The Gerry Adams Twitter Code

Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams published his first ever tweet on February 6th 2013, and in two and a half years he has built up a cult following on the social network of over 85,000 followers. So why is Twitter so important to the alleged ex-IRA commander? It may not be as innocent as you… Read more »

WWN Investigates: Why Hairdressers Take Mondays Off

Hairdressing is one of the world’s oldest professions, dating back thousands of years to when the first Homosapien began grooming their fellow human being with sharp flint stones in a bid to bring their temperature down during the hot summer months. Today we investigate a local salon, and ask the age old question: ‘Why do hairdressers… Read more »

WWN Fashion: How To Get The Conor McGregor Look

IT’S fair to say we here at WWN love a good tailored suit, which is something we share in common with Conor McGregor. But, it seems very few of the MMA behemoth’s fans have followed in the fighter’s footsteps of pairing shaved back and sides, a beard and a suit together. So, in an effort… Read more »

FUTUREWATCH: Every Garda Issued With Gun

FUTUREWATCH: where we take a glimpse into the Ireland of tomorrow. This week we journey to March 4th, 2022, three days after every man and woman serving with An Garda Síochána were issued with a 9mm Beretta handgun as part of their basic kit. March 1st, 9:00am Rank and file Gardai report to their barracks… Read more »

WWN Motoring Guide: Owning A Merc & Not Looking Like A Prick

It is not easy to escape a stereotype and for this reason Mercedes sales in Ireland have plummeted as Irish drivers just don’t want to be known as gigantic pricks. However, WWN has spoken to several experts on the subject and have identified ways in which the average Merc owner can avoid becoming a prick…. Read more »

On The Line: A Glimpse Into The World Of Competitive Clothes Drying

THERE’S tense scenes as the third judge runs his hand over the towel, feeling for any signs of dampness… a pause… and then a white flag. It’s dry. Canavan is through to the next round. We’ve been watching Maura Canavan, a Westmeath housewife and two-time All Ireland drying champion, from early this morning as she… Read more »

WWN Guide To Becoming A Grafitti Artist

MANY people agonise over taking that leap into the great unknown that is a career change, while some just grab the bull by the horns and go for it. If you’re the artistic type and are unhappy with your current career maybe you should consider becoming a graffiti artist. Check out our guide below to… Read more »

WWN Guide To Getting The Most Out Of A 1sq Foot Apartment

WITH space in the capital at a premium and fresh news that the council wants to reduce the minimum size for an apartment in Dublin, there is no better time to familiarise yourself with how to make the most of your 1 square foot apartment: Strapping a magnifying glass to each eye is a great… Read more »