Covid Ireland: Cork nuns ‘breached Covid rules as they tried to expel demons in Dublin’ 

Rules don’t say you can meet a friend to exorcise! Irish nuns ‘breached Covid rules as they attended service in a park to expel demons from Dublin Parliament’  Mother Irene Gibson & Sister Anne Marie allegedly traveled from Cork to Dublin They attended the exorcism before taking part in a traditional Latin Mass  At the … Read more

Finalists and the current Miss Ireland boycott the prestigious competition BLASTING ‘outdated’ rules

The Miss Ireland competition has come under fire from contestants and former winners who have blasted the rules banning mothers from entering.  Blue Scannell, 19, who was waiting to find out if she would represent Dublin in the Miss Ireland competition, took to Instagram to explain she had decided to withdraw because of the contest’s ‘outdated’ restrictions – … Read more

Man in his 20s is left fighting for his life after being shot in Northern Ireland

Man in his 20s is left fighting for his life after being shot in Northern Ireland Victim was taken to hospital and in a critical condition after being shot last night Police were called to report of shooting in the Hopewell Crescent area of Belfast  Officers attended the scene along with the Northern Ireland Ambulance … Read more

Boris Johnson ‘wants a giant ROUNDABOUT under Isle of Man’ to connect Britain with Northern Ireland

Boris Johnson wants to build a giant roundabout under the Isle of Man that connects three tunnels  to Northern Ireland, sources claim, but one aide dismisses it as a ‘bats***’ scheme.  The latest extravagant transport idea backed by Boris Johnson could see three tunnels heading out from England and Scotland, arriving at a roundabout dubbed … Read more

Covid Northern Ireland: Up to 3,000 vulnerable children at school

The number of vulnerable children attending school in Northern Ireland has risen to around 3,000, a Stormont committee has heard.  The Department of Health’s director of family and children’s policy, Eilis McDaniel, said data has been collected since the beginning of the pandemic following a fall in the number of referrals to children’s social services. Ms McDaniel said … Read more

Up to 3,000 vulnerable children are attending school in Northern Ireland

The number of vulnerable children attending school in Northern Ireland has risen to around 3,000, a Stormont committee has heard.  The Department of Health’s director of family and children’s policy, Eilis McDaniel, said data has been collected since the beginning of the pandemic following a fall in the number of referrals to children’s social services. Ms McDaniel said … Read more

Brexit rules see 100,000 export orders for trees axed in Northern Ireland

Brexit rules see 100,000 export orders for trees axed as Northern Ireland cancels deliveries from Britain Rules state plants cannot be imported into Northern Ireland with soil on roots Problem with list of plants prohibited from being imported from third countries  The Woodland Trust in the country has cancelled an order for 22,000 trees Northern … Read more

‘I couldn’t stop screaming’: Kerry Katona reunites with daughter Molly as she travels from Ireland

Kerry Katona revealed she ‘couldn’t stop screaming’ after her daughter, Molly, surprised her by returning to the UK from Ireland recently, in the midst of the third nationwide lockdown.  The former Atomic Kitten singer, 40, claimed her daughter, 19, followed all the ‘correct precautions’, as current restrictions state you must not travel unless legally permitted … Read more

Undersea tunnel between Britain and Northern Ireland could be approved within weeks

An undersea tunnel connecting Britain with Northern Ireland could get the go ahead within weeks amid hopes the project, dubbed ‘Boris’ Burrow’, could ease post-Brexit tensions.  It is hoped the tunnel will help facilitate trade between Northern Ireland and the UK following a series of stumbling blocks as a result of Brexit.  The tunnel, which … Read more