A MAN bereaved through Ballymurphy Massacre has called for arrests following revelations that findings of an inquest into the killings has been referred to the Public Prosecution Service (PPS).
THE founder of a local charity aimed at tackling period poverty has given short shrift to an award from the British Prime Minister, describing Boris Johnson as the "leader of a heartless and incompetent party".
ULSTER GAA has reaffirmed its commitment to the redevelopment of Casement Park following a meeting with residents living adjacent the stadium.
BELFAST City Council has backed calls to save the city's only homeless women's hostel from closure.
SINN Féin has formally selected West Belfast MLA Pat Sheehan to contest the upcoming Assembly Election.
IT would be fair to say that Turf Lodge man Michael McCorry takes up the Presidency of the Workers' Party at a challenging time for his organisation.
THE annual 'Donuts for Donors' appeal – organised in memory of a young West Belfast cancer battler who passed away in 2019 – will take place this month in a bid to raise awareness of stem cell donation.
THE Department for Infrastructure is to carry out a pedestrian and vehicle survey on a busy stretch of the Springfield Road, where two people have lost their lives in recent years.
A COUNCILLOR has welcomed news that a social housing development, long-beset by delays, is due for handover this summer.
STAFF involved in a "work-in" protest to prevent a homeless women's hostel from closure have been suspended.
Ormeau towpath is set to close for two weeks from Monday as work begins on the £17 million Belfast Tidal Flood Alleviation Scheme.
Belfast City Council has produced a report on its plans to seek the removal of estate agent signage in the Stranmillis, Queen's and Holyland areas, which it says have "a negative, visual impact on both amenity and townscape character".
A LOCAL traditional musical trio consisting of a father and his two sons have been named as Ireland's most talented family after winning a TG4 music competition.
NEW research shows that the planting of non-native conifers aimed at protecting the red squirrel population in Ireland and Britain is likely to have a damaging impact on the survival of the native species.
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