Finaghy crossroads could be set for a recession-busting makeover after a local Councillor called for a 21st century facelift, similar to
Graffiti in a South Belfast community threatening drug dealers is “proof people have had enough” of pushers, a local representative has said.
The son of one of the victims of the Sean Graham bookmakers’ massacre has said the leader of the UDA/UFF did not tell the people of the Lower Ormeau “anything new” when he recently stated the five killed were innocent.
A South Belfast community leader has paid tribute to the outgoing Irish president, who he described as “fearless” in her cross-community work here.
A South Belfast loyalist leader has invited American politicians to visit the local area following his “very positive” first trip to the United States.