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.
SOUTH Belfast SDLP councillor Gary McKeown has said that action must be taken to make public transport in Belfast more reliable.
A COMMUNITY clean-up in North Belfast on Wednesday morning has been praised by a local councillor.
TRIBUTES have been paid to a nun who devoted four decades of education as a head teacher at schools in North and West Belfast.
THE family of a North Belfast mother-of-two – who has been told that she is no longer a suitable candidate for a double lung transplant – say that they are her 'only hope' and 'voice' as she remains stable while on a ventilator in hospital.
A SUFFOLK Road resident says she can't understand why her street lights keep coming on at 2pm each day – branding it a waste of money.
A SHORT film made by a West Belfast writer/director will get its first screening at a special event held at Movie House Cityside on March 25.
A £365,000 carriageway resurfacing scheme in Upper Hightown Road in North Belfast has started this week.
A NORTH Belfast man who delivers mental health training says a Lottery Fund grant will enable him to “do so much more” for the benefit of local people.
BELFAST is set to paint the city green with an action-packed day of events lined up to celebrate St Patrick's Day – or should that be days?
A NORTH Belfast republican will be remembered as a "tireless worker" and a "ceaseless inspiration".
ST Vincent de Paul Primary School in Ligoniel have revealed exciting plans for a new state-of-the-art school.
A WEST Belfast actor says it has been a "whirlwind few days" after a film he starred in won an Oscar.
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ST COMGALL'S is to host its first céilí in over 50 years to celebrate St Patrick's Day next week.
AN annual journey to South Africa as part of a project for young people from Ardoyne and the Shankill has marked its tenth anniversary.