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 […]
One thing’s for sure, you’re going to be spoilt for choice this weekend as the St Patrick’s celebrations begin. Whether you’re staying in West Belfast, going into the city centre or Lisburn, there really is something for everyone and no matter how hard you try you won’t be able to miss the wearing of the […]
A POWERFUL City Council committee has voted in favour of a proposal to turn Belfast City Hall green over
ARIZONA Rose Lucy Artt was in West Belfast this week preparing for the regional finals of the Rose of Tralee International Festival. As we reported in March, the Belfast-born beauty, who was crowned with the dual title of 2012 Arizona Colleen and Arizona Rose, was chosen to lead the St Patrick’s Day Parade in Phoenix.
A sectarian St Patrick’s Day attack in Sandy Row is the second reported assault in the area in two years, with last year’s victim being the tragic north Belfast man who lost his life in the Lagan this January.
UNLIKE too many of our representatives in the world of politics, Squinter is assiduous in declaring an interest as and when one arises. And so he must declare at the outset that the victim in the following little imbroglio is a nephew – a youth of tender years and even more callow sensibilities, unversed in the intricacies of the criminal justice system, unused to the attentions of Constable Trevor.