Category: LOCAL NEWS


Taxi Driver Forgets To Complain About Government To Passenger

IT should have been his time to shine, but unfortunately for taxi driver Alan Williams, forgetting to complain about the government to a passenger was one mistake he will never forgive himself for. The 56-year-old Larchville man recoiled in horror as he explained the extraordinary turn of events leading up to the fare. “I was reading the Sun newspaper, like… Read more »

Sett Blatter: ‘There Is No Racism In Ireland.’

FIFA President Sett Batter told Waterford Whispers News today that ‘there is no racism in Ireland and Mr. Scully should just shake hands with members of the black community’. The 75-year-old was flown into Dublin airport this morning on a government jet before being whisked off to Naas in a cavalcade of totally awesome cars… Read more »

‘We Only Cycle To Annoy Other Road Users’ Admits Cyclist

A COUNTY Waterford cyclist has admitted today that the only reason he travels from A to B is to annoy other road users. Michael Power explained that the majority of cyclists across the country have been conspiring against motorists for years. When asked why he does it he replied: “It’s fun I suppose. I just love cycling… Read more »

Waterford Tourism Board Launches €2 Drinks Brochure In Desperate Bid To Attract Visitors To The City

WATERFORD tourism board have launched a brand new €2 drinks brochure and guide book today in a desperate bid to attract visitors to the city. The leaflets high quality print and design was praised by Mayor Pat Hayes who attended the launch in the new civic offices with several other city and county councillors this morning. Mayor Hayes said the new… Read more »

Cowen’s Dáil Bar Tab Was Paid Just Hours Before €3.6bn ‘Accounting Error’ Was Announced

EX-TAOISEACH Brian Cowen is reported to have paid an ‘undisclosed’ sum towards his Dail bar tab just hours before the announcement of a €3.6bn ‘accounting error’ yesterday, leading to speculation on the actual source of the countries new found windfall. Mid-ranking officials in the Department of Finance reported the discrepancy yesterday morning, stating it was an in-house mistake… Read more »

450 UN Peacekeepers Sent To Templars Hall

THE United Nations is to send 450 peacekeeping troops to Templars Hall after 45 residents were insulted and hundreds more kept awake in a renewed stand off between students and natives across the housing estate. According to sources inside the compound, the house parties are believed to be the noisiest since freshers week. Some home… Read more »