On January 17, 1989 Douglas Hogg stood up in the House of Commons and declared “I have to state as a fact but with great regret that there are in Northern Ireland a number of solicitors who are unduly sympathetic to the cause of the IRA.” Many people believe that this statement gave the green […]
A North Belfast woman has hit out at the “mindless thugs” who attacked her car when it was parked outside a friend’s house in Ardoyne last week.
The mini twelfth parade through Glengormley this week passed off peacefully despite fears there could be trouble.
The chair of the Parades Commission has said he can’t guarantee that loyalist breaches to last year’s
TWELFTH of July celebrations have been banned from a South Belfast park named after and dedicated to Orange Order icon King William.
In this paper last July, South Belfast MLA Conall McDevitt penned a piece about the aftermath of the annual Orange procession through (increasingly nationalist) South Belfast.