Over the course of the next five days
DTTN will publish the exclusive results of our most hard-hitting
investigative journalism yet.
Michael D Higgins is one of the nation’s most beloved figures
and our President since 2011. However, the diminutive former Labour TD’s tenure
has been dogged by controversy, with dark rumours swirling around his true
Continue reading “The Michael D Higgins Files – Part 1”
Edwardian sniveller Jacob Rees-Mogg is to star in a
reimagining of the Back to the Future franchise, Universal Pictures has
The double-barrelled Etonian tapeworm will take on the role
of Marty McFly, as made famous by Michael J. Fox in the 1985 original.
Continue reading “Jacob Rees-Mogg to star in Back to the Future reimagining”
With government finalising plans for a new Irish bank
holiday, it appears that even more sweeping changes are incoming.
An Taoiseach Micheál Martin has been on the tear in New York for the past week, addressing the US President & UN General Assembly and visiting the set of Saturday Night Live.
Continue reading “Extra Bank Holiday just the beginning for international statesman Martin”
A UK motorist has offered to trade a year’s worth of toilet
roll to fill his petrol tank as the country continues to run on fumes due to
supply chain issues.
Eddie Sidebottom (43), who owns a 1.3 litre Vauxhall Astra,
was slow to the pumps and now faces being unable to fulfil work duties as a
travelling sales rep.
Continue reading “UK Motorist offers to trade toilet roll stash for petrol as shortages increase”
A local priest is
awaiting his penance after drunkenly horsing into the communion host on Sunday
Fr. Seamus Cleary had gone to watch the big match at the local pub, with the intention of having a couple of glasses of stout.
Continue reading “Local priest horses into communion host after feed of pints”
An Garda Siochana are licking their lips in anticipation
with the proposed roll out of variable speed limits on the M50.
The speed limits, which will be adjusted for road incidents
and weather, will be fully operational by early 2023.
Continue reading “Gardai anticipating cash bonanza with M50 variable speed limit”
A local man has told of his fear of transforming into a
horse after recently completing a month’s supply of Ivermectin.
Pony Sugrue (32) told
that he had procured the commonly used horse and cattle dewormer from the local
vet who “owed me a favour.” Continue reading “Local man fears turning into horse after taking Ivermectin to ward off Covid”
A local woman has already started queueing for Garth Brooks
tickets, despite the country singer not yet being confirmed for any Irish
Following his aborted Croke Park dates in 2014, reports are
circulating that Brooks, who the nation remains inexplicably obsessed with, is
set for five Dublin gigs next September.
Continue reading “Local woman is first in line for Garth Brooks tickets”
A local character has been arrested by Gardai after a prank
filmed for his YouTube channel backfired.
Teddy O’Toole (47) was spotted driving very slowly up and
down past the Garda station drinking a four pack of Guinness 0.0 and filming
himself with his phone.
Continue reading “Local character arrested after alcohol free Guinness prank backfires”
As the nation continues celebrating our new found ability to
recycle soft plastic, recycling of another nature is on the menu for RTE’s autumn
Viewers can look forward to more and more and more of the
same from their Montrose favourites, with the likes of Ryan Tubridy, Claire Byrne
and Tommy Tiernan taking prominent roles.
Continue reading “RTE embraces recycling for autumn schedule”