A SOUTH Belfast Open University graduate has managed to complete a degree, in between working full-time, and looking after her young child who was born right in the middle of exam season. Sara Gunn, who hails from the Ormeau Road, and works for arts organisation Audiences NI, received her BA Honours degree in Media Studies at last week’s graduation ceremony in Belfast’s Waterfront hall, where almost 200 proud graduates received their certificates.
TRADERS at St George’s Market have been kicking up their heels in delight after the historic building was announced as a venue for the upcoming World Irish Dancing Championships. Over 20,000 competitors and fans from across the globe are expected to flock to the city for the competition
North Belfast is set for a multi-million pound makeover as Belfast City Council reveals a £150m investment package to regenerate the city. Leisure, community and economic projects across the north of the city are set to benefit from the mammoth cash injection over the next three years.
The ‘Voice of Ireland’ will be in Belfast again next week as part of his latest tour celebrating 20 years in the music business.
Christina Nelson is a highly-acclaimed actress, director and writer who has appeared in a series of plays throughout Northern Ireland with the Rosetta woman’s latest appearance as the genie in the Waterfront Hall’s adaptation of Aladdin.