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.
FIRST Minister Arlene Foster, Deputy First Minister Michelle O'Neill and Health Minister Robin Swann will address the media today from 4.15pm on the day that the British Government approved the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine for widespread use.
OVER £8000 has been raised for a North Belfast girl, to buy her a special wheelchair to help improve her quality of life.
A NORTH Belfast man is hoping to raise £48 for 48 needy families by running 48 milies in 48 hours.
A NORTH Belfast woman has been named in a list of 100 inspiring and influential women from around the world for 2020.
THE widow of Pat Finucane has described a decision by the British government to once again refuse to hold a full public inquiry into her husband’s murder as “yet another insult”.
CLIFTONVILLE FC fans are being urged to donate whatever items they can to support a local foodbank.
WITH BT15 - which takes in Antrim Road, York Road and Sailortown- moving this week into the top ten worst postcodes in the North for Covid-19 infections, calls have been made for local people to adhere to the new two-week circuit breaker restrictions that have come into effect.
THE NI Executive press update on the response to the Covid-19 pandemic is scheduled to be held today at 4.30pm via remote video conferencing.
THE daughter of a New Lodge man has paid an emotional tribute to him following his sudden death.
A GROUP of local parents and carers from West Belfast have raised their concerns after a key learning service was moved to North Belfast.
THIRTY new homes are to be built on a vacant site in the Bawmore area of Newtownabbey following a vital breakthrough.
AN Oldpark singer has been signed up by the management company of former Northern Ireland footballer Gerry Armstrong.
FORMER Holy Cross Parish priest Father Gary Donegan is to host a special Mass this weekend in memory of all Gaels who have passed away.
SECTARIAN and racist graffiti daubed on the walls of a house in North Belfast is being treated as a hate incident.
THE Executive has agreed to introduce a two week circuit breaker to slow the spread of Coronavirus in the community in a bid to protect the health service.