Tag: ireland

Local Man ‘A Bit Much’

THE FRIEND group of one Waterford man have concluded that he is ‘a bit much’ but have no plans on telling him to his face to tone it down a bit so he is easier to share company with, WWN can reveal. Sean Clennan, 27, has, according to his friends and co-workers a habit of… Read more »

Opposition Parties Spend Day Erasing Evidence That They Called For End To Restrictions

WHILE identifying the latest staggering ineptitude of the government and their Covid strategy is as hard as finding a needle in a needle factory, leading opposition parties are themselves busily erasing any evidence they loudly called for the end to all restrictions on the basis that ‘this Covid business was completely over’, WWN has learned…. Read more »

How To Build An ICU Bed

AS Covid cases once again soar in our nation, our lack of ICU beds is once again highlighted. Despite tackling the pandemic for almost two years, we still find ourselves with a lack of facilities to treat those who get hit the hardest by the virus. More ICU beds = more capacity to treat people… Read more »

Mé Féiners Holding Steady In Latest Polls

WHILE Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael continue to lose ground to the surging popularity of Sinn Féin according to recent polls, the latest figures show voters for the Mé Féin party remain committed to looking out for themselves. Mé Féin a new party that is continuing to flourish, doesn’t seem to be under any pressure… Read more »

Rugby Lad In Work Even More Insufferable Than Usual Today

THE Irish rugby team’s decisive victory over the All-Blacks this weekend seems to have tipped local man Damian McGahern’s obnoxious fandom up to a whole new level, his co-workers have reported. “I witnessed an outstanding display by the lad; the passion, the skill, the will to drive forward, the unmistakeable spirt of Irish rugby, pressing… Read more »