Category: LOCAL NEWS

Lack Of ‘Sexy’ Irish Words Hindering Erotic Novelist

Minister for Arts, Heritage and Gaeltacht Jimmy Deenihan has come under intense criticism from the country’s leading Irish language erotic novelist, Niamh O’Moore. Miss O’Moore whose books have set the Irish speaking percentage of the populations’ hearts racing believes the minister needs to support the growing area of Irish literature known affectionately as ‘Clit Lit’…. Read more »

Feng Shui Makeover In City Centre Smack Den ‘A Big Hit’ With The Addicts

ANGELIC, enchanting and pulchritudinous were just some of the words used by user Martin ‘Nailers’ Johnson when he described the new €7.34 makeover. Nailers has revealed that he consulted with a well known Chinese feng shui expert before rearranging the ‘spent’ residence, tilting the scarface poster several degrees and setting up a ‘no smoke zone’… Read more »

Travellers Told To Adopt D4 Accent If They Want To Move In

A controversial site in the salubrious surroundings of Dublin’s Mount Merrion market for a number of families from the travelling communities is in the news again today. Proposals to house several traveller families in the upmarket area of Mount Merrion have been passed despite being met with vociferous opposition by local residents and councillors who… Read more »

33rd County Discovered By Family Out For A Stroll

Ireland is in shock today as news broke of the discovery of a 33rd county. Newsrooms up and down the country, including our own, are working flat out to obtain more details about what could be the biggest development in Irish history since the foundation of the State. The Moore family from Strandhill in Sligo… Read more »

Something, Something Weather

Everybody is talking about it. No sense in missing out. ‘Tis fierce windy’ will probably do it. Waves. Did you see that one picture and your man, bold as brass he was, with the phone out and him right beside the coastal wall. Ah, you know yourself though, some people just have a death wish…. Read more »

Pylon Attacks Seven Year Old Boy In Dublin

A DUBLIN boy was attacked by a 50 metre pylon today while innocently walking on his way to school. Derek O’Brien left his home at 8.45am this morning, with his older sister Theresa, to attend their local primary school in a bid to educate themselves and emigrate post leaving cert. Whilst taking a shortcut through… Read more »