Tag: coronavirus

Massive Boom Expected For ‘Office To Let’ Sign Makers

ALTHOUGH the economic forecast for many sectors is continuing to look increasingly dire, WWN recently spoke to a local sign maker who tells us that he’s about to make ‘the mother of all killings’ designing, constructing, selling and erecting ‘Office To Let’ signs around the country. “Lads, it hasn’t been this busy since 2007 when… Read more »

Government Stick €30bn Covid Bill To Dáil Fridge

FEARS that the government may not have a valid plan for coping with Covid-19’s projected cost to the economy of €30 billion have been put to rest after Taoiseach Leo Varadkar assured the nation that they haven’t forgotten about it, and it’s right there on the door of the fridge in the Dáil canteen, ready… Read more »

“Ah Sure It’s Only Direct Provision” Shrugs Nation

“Ah sure, it’s only Direct Provision” the Irish public selfishly confirmed as it learned that Covid-19 cases in Direct Provision centres in Kerry and Westmeath are on the rise while over 1,700 residents are forced to share small bedrooms with strangers, in direct contradiction of the Chief Medical Officer’s recommendations. “Phew, we were hedging our… Read more »