Tag: dublin

Local Sap Actually Pays To Go On Luas

A NEW ’90 minute fare’ which allows passengers to switch between Luas, DART and Dublin bus services has been welcomed by one local lickarse, who has never jumped on any public transport service without paying. Waterford sap Declan Greenan, living in Dublin for several years, always pays to use the Luas service to and from… Read more »

Old Irish Myths #317267: The Metrolink

LAST WEEK in WWN’s Old Irish Myths series we covered the famous ‘Ulster Cycle’, this week it’s the turn of the oft mentioned, never seen mythical illusion known as ‘the Metrolink’. As always we speak to lecturer in folklore, Dr Jennifer Alwin, who has kindly lent us her expertise once more: “While most great bedtime… Read more »

Owen Keegan’s Guide To Dublin City

OFTEN making the news for ill-judged comments an envious Leo Varadkar wish he said privately in the Fine Gael WhatsApp, Owen Keegan is to Dubliners what his lookalike and ‘Who Framed Roger Rabbit?’ villain Judge Doom, was to the residents of Toontown. Taking Keegan’s recent sarcastic comments to the UCD Students Union that students should… Read more »

ISS Pelted By Rocks During Dublin Fly By

CREW members of the International Space Station have been advised to ‘keep the windows up and not hang around’ when flying over Dublin, following a spate of upper-atmospheric anti social behaviour, WWN can report. Damage to the side of the orbiting craft has been put down to rocks, used batteries and eggs that have been… Read more »

Varadkar Stages Protest Outside Anti-Vaxxer Home

TAINISTE Leo Varadkar has been both commended and criticised in equal measures after staging a one-man demonstration outside the homes of the anti-vax protestors who were outside his house at the weekend. Having learned the names and addresses of the dozen or so ‘patriots’ who posted videos on social media of themselves waving banners and… Read more »