Students in South Belfast are being warned by the PSNI that anyone engaging in anti-social behaviour during the St Patrick’s celebrations could face prosecution and damage to their future reputation. Police chiefs have been working with Belfast City Council, Queen’s University and University of Ulster to ensure that those intending to stay in student populated […]
QUESTIONS have been raised over why a family whose loved one was threatening suicide was sent to a facility
AS students depart the Holyland for another summer, a pensioner who has lived in the area her entire life has described how the maze of streets has been transformed
SOME Residents of the Holyland area in South Belfast say they are “upset and angry” at the appearance of a Rory McIlroy mural on a gable wall in the district.
There have been calls for the University of Ulster to draw a student housing exclusion zone around residential areas of inner city North Belfast to prevent the area becoming another Holyland. The university is moving its Jordanstown campus to a £250 million campus at York Street which will house 15,000 full and part-time students and staff.