Category: LOCAL NEWS


New Social Media Campaign To Raise Awareness Of Awareness

THE SOCIETY of Awareness is today launching a social media campaign to raise awareness of awareness in Ireland, to highlight the ongoing issue of being unaware. Commenting on today’s campaign launch, chairperson Holly Phelan urged internet users to ask friends and family members to highlight the last time they were unaware about something on their… Read more »

Nation Suddenly Realising How Shit Snow Can Be Again

MERE hours after frolicking with gay abandon in fresh snow, the Nation has suddenly realised how truly awful snow can be. Despite the Nation being diagnosed with ‘snow amnesia’, a condition which leaves people unable to remember the downside to snow, the majority of Irish people still fall for the sight of fresh snow. “We… Read more »

2015 Leaving Cert Papers To Be Entirely Written In Emojis

FOLLOWING reports of record levels of borderline-illiteracy in today’s teenagers, the Department of Education has revealed plans to publish this year’s Leaving Certificate exam papers in a combination of emojis, emoticons, and ‘text-speak’. The move comes following falling results among Leaving Cert students, which many experts have attributed to the rise in smartphone communications, in… Read more »

Winter Conditions Warned For This Winter

MET Éireann has issued a code red Winter warning for this Winter, with wind, rain and even snow expected in all areas over the coming months. The national meteorological service also predicted colder temperatures throughout the month of December and right into February and even March, leaving much of the general public in complete shock…. Read more »

Dublin Braces Itself For Onslaught Of Culchie Shoppers

“IT DOESN’T seem to matter to them that they have their own shopping centres in the country, they all rush into Dublin on the 8th”, said Finbar O’Dowd, spokesperson for the Dublin Retailers Association, speaking exclusively to WWN on the morning of the 8th of December, colloquially known as the Culchies Day Out. O’Dowd was… Read more »