Finaghy church launches debt counselling service
South Belfast groups congratulated for investing in people
A south Belfast support organisation is just one of a number of groups from across Northern Ireland to be congratulated on receiving a prestigious business award.
Roden Street Bridge art spans memories of life down the years
People crossing the Roden Street bridge have been enjoying a trip down memory lane over the past few weeks, thanks to a series of art panels celebrating the area's history.
Police runner appeal
Police in Lisburn Road are appealing for information following an incident in the Ormeau Road/Galwally Park area Belfast on Sunday, September 22.
Jayne's story is one of death, grief and surviving prejudice on Belfast's mean streets
This week's race hate attack on a Nigerian family in Sandy Row is sadly too familiar to a community worker who has self-published a book detailing her experience of sectarianism and racism in Northern Ireland.
New £1.4m Belvoir youth centre 'long overdue'
Up to 1,000 young people are set to benefit from a proposed £1.4million investment on a youth centre in south Belfast.
Shots and bomb hoax disrupt Markets
Shots have been fired through the kitchen window of a house in south Belfast.
Spotlight on sex trade
The use of the word freedom gives a clue about the nature of this event and yet its importance cannot be underestimated. The A21 Campaign exists to abolish injustice in the 21st Century, focussing primarily on the horrors of the growing organised crime, human trafficking.
Axe attack on family
A Nigerian woman who narrowly avoided injury when an axe was thrown through the front window of her home says it is not the first time her family has been targeted.
Lisburn Road Post Office in Belfast may close
A local councillor has raised concerns that a well-used Post Office may have to close or relocate.
SDLP's McKinney under fire for controversial playpark remarks
SOUTH Belfast's newly appointed SDLP MLA has come under fire after less than a week in post, for remarks "supporting" the naming of a children's playpark in Newry after a convicted terrorist.
Parents warned after schoolgirls targeted on social media
PUPILS at schools in east and south Belfast have been warned by their principals to be wary of offers of paid modelling work by a man contacting them on Facebook.
Anger over toddler drug find in south Belfast
AN area in south Belfast where a two-year-old toddler discovered a bag of drugs is a well known spot to try and avoid police detection according to a local residents' group.
Comeback kid Gary has second shot at world kickboxing title
A SOUTH Belfast man has given himself a fighting chance of making history as he aims to become a world kickboxing champion for a second time at a major event planned for Belfast this year.
Flying Fortress takes to skies in memory of US dead of WWII
SALLY B, Europe's only airworthy B-17 Flying Fortress was seen trailing through bright skies of Belfast at low altitude on Saturday to commemorate the deaths of the 148 American servicemen stationed in Northern Ireland, who "gave the ultimate sacrifice" during World War II.
Fire-starters making Village life a misery
Residents of the Village area of south Belfast say their lives are being put at risk by the refusal of anyone in authority to tackle anti-social behaviour in the area.
Pupils evacuated as army deals with Malone Road pipe bomb
A south Belfast MLA has accused those behind the planting of a viable pipe bomb on a congested Malone road as having "no regards for the lives of other people".
School comes too soon for some, says campaign group
A south Belfast teacher who thinks there should be more flexibility over the school starting age was part of a delegation who took their case to the Assembly's Education Committee at Stormont yesterday (Wednesday, September 11).
Artists and poets join in celebrating European Heritage Open Days
The south Belfast home of one of Northern Ireland's greatest poets Louis MacNeice, is hosting poetry readings for this year's European Heritage open days (EHOD) on September 14 and 15.
Nelson Mandela: life and times
Key moments in life of former president
Top 10 Xmas gifts for teens
Prouvost wins Turner Prize
Laure Prouvost named winner in Derry
Victoria's Secret opens first shop on island of Ireland
Help babies like little Joe
Help save lives of babies around the world
Christmas lights in Belfast
Lights on and market opens in city
Northern Ireland Nightlife
Pubs, clubs and parties
PlayStation PS4 v Xbox One
Comparing Sony and Microsoft's latest consoles
Jaw-dropping animal snaps
Animals snapped in Belfast Zoo contest
Northern Ireland news photos
Photographs from Belfast, Northern Ireland
World in Pictures
Striking images from around the globe
Queen leads tributes to Mandela new
The Queen and the Prince of Wales are among those who have paid tribute to South Africa's first black president Nelson Mandela who has died at the age of 95.
Daughter told of death at premiere new
Nelson Mandela's daughter learnt of her father's death while watching the royal premiere of a film chronicling his incredible life.
Battle for Mandela's legacy begins new
The news of Nelson Mandela's death may have been long expected owing to his frail health but has still come as a shock to South Africans.
Gloucester sign Afoa new
John Afoa has rejected more lucrative offers from France and a crack at the Rugby World Cup in 2015 to reunite his family in Gloucester, according to Nigel Davies.
Jagielka gives backing to Moyes
Phil Jagielka has claimed former boss David Moyes was let down in the summer by the men responsible for bringing new players to Manchester United.
England and ERC - what happens now?
England's clubs will be missing from next season's Heineken Cup after reconfirming they will not participate in any competition run by European Rugby Cup.
Hoffman belongings under the hammer new
Dustin Hoffman is putting some of his antiques and movie memorabilia under the hammer, according to reports.
O'Leary to guest host This Morning new
Dermot O'Leary is set to enjoy a stint co-hosting This Morning.
Barlow: Take That 'precious' to us new
Gary Barlow has revealed that Take That is his top priority, even ahead of his own music.