Spoof news stories from Saturday 27 March 2004
Toronto, Canada- Baffling geographers around the globe, Canada officially became a member of the European Union this morning.
With the strife that has been caused by his move to Madrid and his wife's refusal to move along with him. The tabloid press is gearing itself up for a 2004 Posh / Becks break up and is already selecting headlines to run the story with.
Recently a highly secret Republican Party website has come to light. Long hidden from casual web surfers, www.gop.com has offered right-wing commentary and propaganda to the staunch conservative. More...
REDMOND, Washington -- When Microsoft Corp. entered the software business in the 1980s, Apple and Commodore were the early leaders and Intel was the late-bloomer.
Software giant Microsoft must suffer the consequences of a European Commission hissy fit, it emerged today.
From our Science Consultant, Dr Oliver Postgate - After what had been written off as a complete disaster only weeks ago, the UK's plucky Beagle 2 Mars project received a welcome boost today, when news was released of a dramatic rescue involving six...
LOS ANGELES - VHI plans to run a movie that chronicles Michael Jackson's life from the height of his success to his current legal woes, the music channel said Friday.
Like 1,063 similar suits filed since January, the Recording Industry Association of America employed the "John Doe" litigation method because the names of the infringers accused of illegally distributing copyrighted sound recordings on peer...
U.S. President, George W. Bush, today denied all knowledge, saying "There is no need to know about politics, geography, economics or conversational english when you're running a country".
In its bid to offer literally everything to the consumer, a major (uk) supermarket chain (Legally I can't say which but it begins with T) has decided to stock small arms on its shelves.