Tag: ireland

Career Guidance From WWN

THINKING about a change in career? Confused about how to change your life around and get yourself the job you’ve always wanted (and felt you deserved)? Here’s a few helpful things to remember when thinking about your career, keeping in mind that this is Ireland, and you are Irish. 1) Get your dad to see what… Read more »

Didn’t Get The Points You Wanted? Don’t Worry This Instagram Influencer With 1,200 Followers Didn’t Either

WITH Leaving Cert results out today some students will feel a little disappointed with how their exams panned out. It’s natural, and thousands upon thousands of people have had that same feeling and gone on to carve out great careers in jobs they love. By now, Irish society has moved on from treating these set… Read more »

Tesla Launches Turf Driven Car For Irish Market

IN A BID to get Ireland on the right environmental track and to push against the resistance to fighting climate change on a local level, electric car manufacturer Tesla has launched its first turf-powered car. “Baby steps lads,” Tesla confirmed at the launched of the car in the wilds of the Roscommon which has been… Read more »

‘Grossly Unfair’ For British Soldiers Who Murdered People, To Face Charges For Murder

SENIOR BRITISH military officials past and present have come forward once again to confirm that it would be just terribly unfair altogether if any British soldiers, who murdered 14 innocent civilians in the 1972 Bloody Sunday massacre, were to be held to account and face charges ranging from ‘murder’ all the way up to ‘murder’…. Read more »

Local Man Too Hungry To Chance The Falafel

A FAMISHED Waterford man currently trying to decide what to eat for lunch has confirmed he is actually “too hungry” to try the Falafel, but promised to make the decision to eat one someday, just not today. Mark Ryan, 44, who could probably do with losing a few pounds now that he thinks about it, has… Read more »