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.
MENTAL health campaigner Philip McTaggart is to host two mental health training sessions in North Belfast next week.
SINN Féin have selected ten candidates to contest the upcoming council elections in North Belfast for Belfast City Council and Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council.
A NEW £8.2 million housing scheme on the site of the former St Gemma’s girls’ school in Ardoyne has been officially opened.
SOUTH Belfast SDLP Councillor Gary McKeown has expressed his disappointment after the Department of Justice said it would not fund alley gates for communities across Belfast.
A SYMPOSIUM showcasing support for parents who have mental illness or substance use problems and their families has held at Queen’s University Belfast.
A REVIEW of the clinical records of 44 deceased patients who had been under the care of neurologist Dr Michael Watt has found there were “significant failures” in their treatment and care.
A NORTH Belfast school has been forced to close today due to a burst pipe on the Limestone Road.
NORTH Belfast Sinn Féin councillor Nichola Bradley hopes a recent meeting with NB Housing will improve the quality of life for local residents.
NORTH Belfast MP John Finucane has completed an abseil down Belfast Castle – all in the aid of charity.
SIX local groups in North Belfast have been awarded funding from Ashton Community Trust.
A NEW accessible and biodiverse outdoor learning space at has been completed at Fleming Fulton in South Belfast.
THE Christmas Tree lights switch on in Glengormley will take place this Friday night from 6pm-7.30pm.
THE Mater Hospital is beginning to return to normal business following its role as a Covid Hospital for Belfast.
POLICE are treating a fire at a block of flats in North Belfast in the early hours of Wednesday morning as "arson with intent to endanger life".
PARLIAMENT buildings in Stormont got a taste of Indian music and dance on Tuesday afternoon (November 22) at the Long Gallery.