Tag: ireland

Teenager Catches Her Death In That Thing

Tragedy has struck a close knit community in the capital yesterday following the death of 16-year-old student Clara Hegarty. WWN has learned that Clara, from the leafy Dublin suburb of Stillorgan, defied her father’s instruction not to wear ‘that thing’ for fear that she would catch her death. The transition year student was later found… Read more »

Latest Guinness Ad Wearing Out Its Welcome At This Stage

The incredibly popular ‘The Sapeurs’ Guinness advertisment which portrays the lives of fashion conscious Congolese men has finally out stayed its welcome, it has emerged. The latest Guinness promotion has flooded the airwaves recently with its inspiring tale of men dressing colourfully who are probably connected to Guinness in some way or another or why… Read more »

‘Yeah? Well Try Giving Birth!’ Says Childless Woman

WWN can exclusively report that a Carlow woman caused quite a stir in her local pub late last night. Vicky Plunkett, a student from Carlow town, was enjoying a few drinks last night with friends when discussion turned to sporting injuries. One by one, a number of male friends produced various scars they had picked… Read more »

‘Could You Not Protest In English?’ Government Asks Irish Language Protesters

A week after a 10,000 strong protest took take place in Dublin, another protest was carried out by those seeking protection for the Irish language. Yesterday’s protest took place in Spiddal, Co. Galway and was yet another strong indication that Irish speakers are unsatisfied with the Government’s handling of the Irish language. Outgoing Irish language… Read more »

‘Well There’s Always Euro 2048’ Say Irish Fans

The draw for the qualification stage of Euro 2016 took place yesterday and gave many football fans the chance to speculate wildly on the fortunes of their respective countries. Ireland found themselves in a tough position with Germany, Poland, Scotland, Georgia and Gibraltar taking their place alongside the boys in green in group D. While… Read more »