Tag: ireland

Lidl Install Security Walls Around Shops As Snow Predicted

AN UNPRECEDENTED level of construction is currently taking place at Lidl stores across the country as Met Éireann weather reports have confirmed the potential return of snow in the coming days. With 189 of Lidl’s 190 Irish shops still in operation, the retailer has begun construction of large JCB-proof security walls which will inhibit anyone… Read more »

Nation 100% Certain Harris Is Up To Something

MINISTER for health Simon Harris’s decision to forgo his St. Patrick’s Day trip to Europe to stay in Ireland and tackle the trolley crisis in A&E wards has been met with heavy scepticism by the Nation, with the vast majority of people wondering just what he’s up to. With the number of patients waiting for treatment… Read more »

Medical First After Woman Contracts Man Flu

THE World Health Organisation has been drafted in to help quell the rising panic being caused by one Waterford woman’s positive diagnosis of man flu, the first of its kind anywhere on earth. Dubbed ‘Patient Zero’, to protect her anonymity, she is believed to be in her mid to late twenties, from Dungarvan and called… Read more »

“I’m Just Used To The Fucking State Of The Place” Waterford Quays Objection Filed

AN Bórd Pleanála has confirmed that 3 valid objections to the development plans for Waterford’s North Quays have been received and will take up to 18 weeks for them to make a decision. Despite Waterford City & County Council publicly stating no objection was received last Thursday evening, allowing Taoiseach Leo Varadkar to deliver the good news to Waterford’s WIT arena the following… Read more »