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Davy Stockbrokers Punished For Bond Scandal With Massive Pay Day

SENDING A clear signal that no misdeed will go unpunished, many of the so-called Davy 16 will directly benefit from the €440 million sale of the firm to Bank of Ireland, an entity in which the State has significant shareholdings in. “Personally, I thank my lucky stars I didn’t have to resign in disgrace and… Read more » Waterford Whispers News…


New Outdoor Dining Rules Revealed

AHEAD of a return to outdoor dining for pubs, cafes and restaurants the government revealed the full range of rules and stipulations which have been met with universal approval from all affected parties, as predicted. WWN can reproduce the rules for dining below in full below: 6 people per table with a maximum combined height… Read more » Waterford Whispers News…


Man Gets Job With Delivery Company Just So He Can Deliver Package To Self He Ordered Months Ago

SICK of having to wait weeks for orders to never arrive despite receiving 20 separate text and email update about how ‘your package will be delivered today’, one local man has taken an unconventional approach to resolving the problem. 35-year-old Waterford man Fintan Folan has left behind a successful career in finance to become a… Read more » Waterford Whispers News…


Head Of Insurance Company Likes To Recreate ‘The Sopranos’ Intro On Drive To Work

AMID bad PR news stories for the insurance industry including the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission alleging seven insurance providers “engaged in anti-competitive cooperation over a 21-month period during 2015 and 2016”, WWN reached out to one company CEO to learn about the humans behind the multiple alleged criminal conspiracies dogging the industry. Richard McKelland,… Read more » Waterford Whispers News…


It’s All Your Own Fault, Dept. Of Welfare Reassures Recently Redundant

WITH jobseekers facing the unique circumstance of searching for a job during a global pandemic in a country recently officially declared in recession, the Department of Social Welfare has sought to reassure the public with a series of supportive messages. “And have you thought about applying for a job, no?” Welfare said, confirming this particular… Read more » Waterford Whispers News…


WWN’s Exclusive Q&A With An Irish Meat Baron

AS THE debate surrounding Covid-19 clusters in meat factories continues, instead of falling into the contemptible media practice of vilifying owners and tarnishing their good names, WWN decided to speak directly to one owner of a meat processing facility, Gary Foodman. And as is evidenced from the Q&A below, Foodman, cigar in mouth and tightly… Read more » Waterford Whispers News…


Guinness Flatulence Wards Off Covid-19, Finds New Vintners Study

A HIGHLY scientific new study carried out by the Vintners Association of Ireland has found that flatulence caused by drinking at least three pints of Guinness can ward off the Coronavirus, WWN can confirm. Sponsored by Diageo, the study was carried out in a ‘test bar’ in Dublin’s city centre with over 100 subjects who… Read more » Waterford Whispers News…