Belfast’s Lord Mayor says unionist politicians “disappeared like snow off a ditch” as he was attacked by loyalists in a Shankill Road park this week. Máirtín Ó Muilleoir was speaking after he was escorted from Woodvale Park on Tuesday when an angry loyalist mob attacked him and PSNI officers who were trying to protect him. […]
Niall ó Donnghaile is running late. His assistant (she’s got a fancier title than that) Daiva, a charming young Latvian woman, tells me he’s up in the Shankill at a major boxing tournament.
THE words of South Belfast poet Pádraic Fiacc are to be immortalised in a bar named after his friend and colleague, the late writer John Hewitt.
A NEW stained-glass window inspired by the tale of Cú Chulainn and the Cattle Raid of Cooley from Irish mythology has been fitted at Belfast City Hall.