The newly-redeveloped St James' Community Farm has been busy with activity since fully reopening to the public this month.
TRIBUTES have come flooding in for one of West Belfast's best-known Celtic FC supporters, whose funeral takes place on Wednesday.
A NEW cross-party letter calling on the Executive to "urgently agree and publish" a timetable for the implementation of Irish language legislation has been published today.
THE British Supreme Court is to consider whether the PSNI is “sufficiently independent" to investigate or review investigation of conflict-related killings in the North of Ireland.
THE trade union UNISON met with a group of Twinbrook residents this week to discuss the ongoing campaign for free schools meals for all schoolchildren.
A NEW digital archive looking at the life and legacy of INLA leader Gino Gallagher has been launched online.
THE families of those killed in the Springhill-Westrock Massacre of 1972 have asked the public for their support as they seek a new inquest into the killings.
A group of activists have come together to challenge food poverty by reviving a local community garden.
A local councillor believes fly-tipping at a condemned Lenadoon flats complex is being carried out by commercial operators.
A SINN FÉIN councillor has hit out after roundabouts at Thaxton Village and Glenavy Road in Lisburn were daubed with red, white, and blue paint over the weekend.
NATIONAL MUSEUMS NI has confirmed that signage and publicity materials relating to its famous Egyptian mummy Takabuti do not mention that it was purchased and donated by a Co Down slave plantation owner.
WEST BELFAST film-maker Seán Murray has issued High Court proceedings against former Sunday Independent columnist Eoghan Harris and other contributors to an anonymous troll account.
BALLYMURPHY'S Dáithí Mac Gabhann marked three years on the waiting list for the gift of a new heart on Tuesday by kickstarting a new organ donation awareness challenge.
SOCIAL workers employed by the Education Authority are holding a series of protests in a bid to achieve pay parity with their counterparts in the health sector.
A COLIN councillor has urged young people to stay away from the derelict half of the Holy Evangelist Primary School site following a break-in last week.