Tag: ireland

Illegal Wheelchair Racing Ring Shut Down

Five nurses and two doctors based in Connolly Hospital, Blanchardstown, Dublin have been arrested today. It is believed the individuals are the masterminds behind an underground illegal wheelchair racing ring rumoured to be worth as much as 20 million euro a year. The group are accused of organising wheelchair races involving patients at Connolly Hospital,… Read more »

Swans More Evil Than You Could Ever Have Imagined

A report issued today by the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine claims that a swan’s capacity for pure evil far exceeds the levels once previously accepted. A spokesperson for the Dept. has pleaded with the public to remain vigilant at all times even in locations one would not normally associate with swans like… 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 »

Man Cycling To Work Acting Like He’s Saving The Fucking World

Jon Moore, a 33-year-old bike-to-work aficionado, was giving drivers the ‘death stare’ this morning on the way to work. The not-remotely-smug PR consultant just couldn’t believe the number of people driving into Dublin’s city centre at around 8.35am this morning. Mr. Moore, a dedicated cyclist, knows full well the efforts he has personally gone to… Read more »

Girl Next Door Failing To Live Up To Hype

TEENAGER Michael Downey expressed to his friends a pronounced disappointment upon discovering a new neighbour had failed to live up to his understanding of supposed cultural and societal norms. Earlier in the week Michael had talked at length to several friends about a new family moving in next door and how he saw a ride… Read more »

Garda Inquiry As Beastiality Ring Infiltrate Ploughing Championships

AFTER a crowd of 80,000 people attended the opening day of this year’s Ploughing Championships organisers were understandably ecstatic at the event’s success. The championships are seen by many as a celebration of rural life and the agriculture industry which is worth in excess of €9 billion annually to the economy. However, organisers awoke this… Read more »