36 members of the U.S. Congress have written to the Primer Minister Boris Johnson calling on him to scrap plans for a Troubles amnesty.
STUDENTS from the North are losing out on top university places in the Republic due to an admissions system that "discriminates" against our highest achievers.
The Fire Service are treating a Monday afternoon blaze at a derelict apartment complex on Ross Street as deliberate.
EXCITEMENT is rising among Belfast Gaels ahead of a year of celebrations to mark the 30th anniversary of Cultúrlann McAdam Ó Fiaich – and the 130th anniversary of the founding of Broadway Presbyterian Church.
A LOCAL school principal has received a prestigious Papal award in recognition of her service to Catholic education.
Áras Uí Chonghaile (The James Connolly Visitor Centre) is to host an array of exciting events as part of their latest autumn programme.
World Suicide Prevention Day was marked in the Colin area with a Walk & Talk event to raise awareness about suicide and to promote positive mental health.
A NEW mobile Covid-19 testing unit is set to open at the Church of the Nativity in Poleglass.
Belfast City Council has given the go-ahead for a community greenway on the former Mackie's site, which campaigners say will prevent the development of social homes.
The Ballymurphy Massacre Families have spoken of their pain following revelations that the State Pathology Department retained tissue samples and/or organs of five of the deceased from their original postmortems in 1971.
REVELATIONS that mobile Covid-19 testing units in the North provide instructions in Welsh but not in Irish have sparked further calls for "equal and meaningful language rights".
Legacy experts at Queen’s University Belfast and locally-based human rights group the Committee on the Administration of Justice (CAJ) have found that the British Governments proposals for a 'Troubles' amnesty cannot deliver truth for victims.
SINN Féin MP Paul Maskey has called for the defortification of West Belfast's police stations.
A COLIN councillor has called for an independent investigation into the handling of a foul stench emanating from Mullaghglass Landfill.
THOMAS Kearney never intended to write a book. When the West Belfast man set out on his journey from southern Argentina to the edge of Canada, his plan was less practical and more than a bit cracked: to hitchhike some 25,000 kilometres from Ushuaia to an Inuit settlement on the Arctic Ocean.