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.
A NORTH Belfast mother has appealed for help in getting transport for her son to his specialist school.
TWO West Belfast residential schemes have benefitted from a unique biodiversity programme, adding some bloom to the area.
GLENGORMLEY School of Traditional Music is to be awarded a prestigious Gradam Ceoil Award.
THE first eight apartments in a new residential development at the King's Hall are set to be released to the public on Monday (September 20).
A NORTH Belfast man has been left badly injured and frightened after he was attacked at his home in Ardoyne.
A NEWTOWNABBEY GAA club has expressed their disgust after excrement was smeared on goal posts at the shared facility that they use for juvenile training.
TRIBUTES have been paid to Newtownabbey DUP councillor Paul Hamill, who has died after contracting Covid-19.
DOG owners have been urged to be vigilant after a suspected dangerous substance was found in the Ladybrook area.
CHOICE Housing has unveiled the first of their newly refurbished former Victoria Housing Estates (VHE) properties they acquired as part of a stock transfer last year.
CITYSIDE Retail Park in North Belfast has been put up for sale for £13 million by its US owners.
NORTH Belfast DUP MLA William Humphrey has called for an end to acts of vandalism at Woodvale Park.
A NORTH Belfast landmark has been lit up in support of Blood Cancer Awareness Month.
SOUTH Belfast Alliance MLA Paula Bradshaw has raised concerns over the Belfast Trust’s decision to extend temporary arrangements affecting the out of hours GP service at Knockbreda Health Centre.
A SOUTH Belfast schoolgirl has benefited from a new online platform which is helping students unearth their career potential.
THE High Court in Belfast is to hear a civil case beginning next week brought by the family of pregnant West Belfast teenager who was killed in 1972.