Centre reopens after a -pound;250k makeover
They say a week is a long time in politics, but spare a thought for Belfast's new Lord Mayor who has admitted he had to "hit the ground running" with so many civic duties to perform.
A forensic doctor who treated a severely disabled teenager has claimed that injuries which led to her death were not the result of a botched medical examination.
The M-amp;S Big Beach Clean-up at Hazelbank Beach in Newtownabbey has been rescheduled. The event, previously postponed due to unforeseen circumstances, is set to take place on Tuesday June 12.
A NORTH Belfast poly tunnel has been launched with over 50 people from the local community as well as funders and statutory agencies turning out for the event.
Newtownabbey borough Council is developing a new play area at Rushpark and a planning application has been submitted for the new facility.
Wreaths at the memorial to three Scottish soldiers at White Brae, Ligoniel have been desecrated as a result of an arson attack just three weeks after the Highland Fusiliers annual service of remembrance.
A NORTH Belfast grandmother whose home was bombed three times has said she hopes her attacker's 11-year jail term will act as a deterrent to others.
About 150 children were let loose on Throne Woods last week as Loughview Community Action Partnership (LCAP) celebrated the success of its Forest Schools environmental programme.
It's all going green in Newtownabbey for the Britain in Bloom campaign.
A 'disgusted' and 'disgraced' car showroom manager has hit out at the DVA who clamped three for sale cars outside his Lindsay Ford showroom in Newtownabbey.
A north Belfast man whose father was murdered 37 years ago by the IRA is asking the Chief Constable and the Police Ombudsman to reopen the case. Arthur Rafferty was shot on September 8, 1974 in Newington Street. The 56 year old Catholic civilian died three weeks later.
A new £2m fund aimed at bringing down Northern Ireland's peace walls by building confidence between divided communities was announced last week, in the same week as the Belfast Interface Project released its Security Barriers and Defensive Use of Space document in City Hall — a document locating all of Belfast’s interfaces.
Training and employment organisation WOMEN’STEC have stated that a new purpose-built premises needs to be created to improve job opportunities and tackle deprivation in north Belfast.
A north Belfast MP and his party colleagues have met with senior police officers this week in an attempt to learn more about the police response to dissident terrorism in north Belfast and how the police are dealing with the threat — after a bomb was planted on a soldier’s car in Ligoniel at the weekend.
Former UUP leader Lord Empey has presented a bill in the House of Lords which he hopes will preserve the links between Belfast City and Heathrow airports.
Innocent people in two areas of north Belfast have suffered damage to their property in seperate incidents of youth violence last weekend.
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