Tag: politics

Bloody Working Class At It Again!

IT is our unfortunate duty as an Irish media outlet to inform you, the law-abiding, tax-paying, newspaper-buying public, that those incorrigible working class folks have gotten up to more incorrigible behaviour at the weekend. WWN has received access to an exclusive video that went viral over the past few days, showing some of those youths… Read more »

Palestine Granted Permission To Compete In Eurovision 2019

FOLLOWING in the footsteps of Australia and other non-European countries, Palestine has been granted permission to compete in next year’s competition by the European Broadcasting Union (EBU), WWN can confirm. Just hours after Israel won on Saturday’s final, the contest’s governing body, the Reference Group, and the EBU’s Television Committee accepted the proposal which was brought… Read more »

All Future Wars To Be Carried Out In Syria

SOME of the world’s leading organisations, including NATO and the UN, have today agreed to proxy all future wars through the middle eastern state of Syria, paving the way for countries to finalise their disagreements with minimal collateral damage in their own territories. The new ruling will allow warring nations to set up 20 military bases each across the Syrian state, with the… Read more »

HSE Stripped Of Right To Call Itself A Health Service

AN INTERNATIONAL health body has stripped the HSE of its right to call itself a health service in the wake of the CervicalCheck scandal, WWN can reveal. ‘Health service’ a protected title like dietician, solicitor, barrister, or speech and language therapist, can only be used by individuals or entities that meet the required standards and… Read more »

“Stop Offering Solutions & Just Let Us Drink Drive”

A GOVERNMENT scheme which will see 50 bus routes operate across 19 counties during the evenings has been lambasted as nothing short of an ‘attempt to trial a solution to rural isolation and an end to drink driving’ by irate Kerry TD Michael Healy Rae, who expressed further anger at what was a blatant attempt… Read more »