Tag: dublin

Cork Lad Thinks About Cork Every 3 Seconds

Conal Lynch, a proud Cork native, struggled to concentrate in work this afternoon, WWN can exclusively reveal. Sitting on the third floor looking out over Harcourt St in the Nation’s capital Conal thought to himself ‘it’s no Princes St’. The 26-year-old accountant found himself growing ever more restless throughout his working day, his head filled… Read more »

Dublin Gang Intern Disappointed Crime Is Nothing Like Love/Hate

Anthony Mulhearn was said to be left disappointed after completing a 3-month internship with a leading Dublin gang. 17 year-old Anthony Mulhearn from Donabate, Dublin is reportedly regretting his decision to take up an internship with a leading crime gang after he described the experience as ‘a complete waste of time’. Anthony, inspired by hit… Read more »

Dublin Girl Borrows €100 For Mother’s Day

Dublin Girl Emer Reilly has, after much thought and consideration, borrowed €100 from her mother just in time for Mother’s Day this Sunday. “I’m absolutely smashed,” Emer is reported to have said as she conversed with her mother over the course of 20 long seconds at the front door of the family home. Once the… Read more »

Rent Levels In Dublin At Historic ‘Taking The Piss’ Levels

Results from the latest Private Residential Tenancies Boards and the ERSI Rent Index have shown that the Nation’s capital, Dublin saw rents rise by as much as 7.6-taking-the-piss percent. While the general feeling around the rest of the country is to quietly laugh at Dublin’s rental predicament, apartments in Dublin saw an even bigger climb… 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 »

Becoming Homeless Even More Fashionable, New Figures Reveal

News that the number of homeless people in Dublin has nearly trebled in recent times has been met with a mixed reaction. While many people involved with homeless charities and organisations have labelled the current situation a travesty the city’s taste makers have been welcoming of the news. WWN took to the capital and sought… Read more »