Conor McParland joined Belfast Media in the summer of 2014 working as a freelance journalist at the sportsdesk and later the Andersonstown News as a reporter. Since May 2016, he works as a news journalist for the North Belfast News and contributes weekly to both the Andersonstown News and South Belfast News.
RESIDENTS in Ligoniel are being "denied" gritting services during cold snaps, a Sinn Féin councillor has complained.
A PROPOSED development of 13 private residential apartments in South Belfast has been rejected by Belfast City Council.
BELFAST City Council have rejected a planning application for the former site of Sussex Place Convent School in the Market area of South Belfast.
WORK had finally begun on improvements to shop fronts of local businesses on the Antrim Road.
THE erection of Irish language street signs on a North Belfast street has moved a step closer despite local responses not meeting the current Council policy criteria.
SEVEN fire appliances were needed to deal with a fire at a flat in North Belfast on Wednesday morning.
A NORTH Belfast mother is pleading for her wish of potentially life-changing surgery to be granted to her son without further delay.
SINN Féin MLA Carál Ní Chuilín says many families are experiencing “extreme difficulty” accessing care packages for loved ones.
A HUGE quantity of drugs have been disposed of in North Belfast over the Christmas period.
COMMITMENT and compassion have been the Covid-era watchwords of local teachers who will be honoured as 'beacons of hope' at the annual Blackboard Awards on Friday 4 March.
POLICE in north Belfast have recovered £100,000 worth of cocaine following the search of a vehicle in the Oldpark area.
THERE are growing calls for an environmental scheme to improve the quality of life for residents in Bawnmore.
NORTH Belfast MP John Finucane has called for action after the Waterworks Park in North Belfast finally re-opened to the public after a month-long closure.
THE opening of a new 24-hour SPAR and petrol station on the Crumlin Road in North Belfast promises to be a real “community hub”, says the developer.
GERMAN supermarket retailer Lidl has launched a planning application for a new £6m store on the Boucher Road.