Tag: ireland

Man Talking On Phone Frantically Looking For Phone

 An Ennis man has admitted himself to a psychiatric ward following an incident earlier today. Tom Early, a 34-year-old electrician, was on the phone with his brother, Martin, discussing last night’s football when he realised he couldn’t find his phone. Passing it off as nothing to worry about initially, Tom decided not to trouble his… Read more »

Child’s Letter To Santa Full Of Veiled Threats

 The excitement and anticipation surrounding Christmas is well and truly underway in these, the first few days of December.Homes up and down the country will be kitted out with decorations and an excessively large tree in the coming days. The O’Malley household in Drogheda, Louth will be no exception. Conor O’Malley, the youngest in his… Read more »

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 »