On the grapevine - July 28
Over £20,000 worth of damage has been done after an eleventh night bonfire was built “too close” to a south Belfast footbridge.
Translink is warning of further disruption to south Belfast residents and rail users as major engineering works continue in the coming weeks.
Health bosses are working to establish whether three cases of tuberculosis at Belfast City Hospital are linked.
South Belfast man Eamonn Lynch has taken part in the recent Mizen to Malin Head Elite Cycle Challenge — and raised £2,500 for charity.
Local victims of institutional child abuse returned this week to the former Nazareth House on the Ormeau Road where they told Belfast’s lord mayor of their experiences.
A group of south Belfast residents has this week protested against more sex offenders being housed in the community.
A student whose recovery from a brain injury as a teenager inspired her to study rehabilitation techniques, is graduating with a PhD from Queen’s University’s School of Psychology this morning (Thursday, July 7).
An example of the behaviour that the NIHE has been issuing ASBOs over.
Tributes continue to pour in following the sudden death of a Lisburn Road hair salon manager who won the hearts of audiences around the country after appearing in a BBC television series earlier this year.
Pupils at an integrated primary school in south Belfast welcomed a visitor from the other side of the world when they showed a supporter from down-under how integration and sharing work in their classrooms and playgrounds.
Belfast City Hospital is in rude health with staff sweeping the boards at this year’s nursing awards.
Residents of the Rockview area of south Belfast have criticised the DSD and Housing Executive for failing to make the site of demolished houses safe.
A new group, Residents Against Sex Offenders (RASO) picketed the offices of the Northern Ireland Association for the Care and Resettlement of Offenders (NIACRO) this week in protest at the number of paedophiles they claim are being housed in the Dublin Road area.
Sinn Fein south Belfast MLA Alex Maskey and the Lord Mayor of Belfast, Niall O Donnghaile have blamed loyalists for the “unprovoked riots” and attacks on nationalists in the Short Strand.
As a missionary nurse, Faith Wallace has travelled all over the world, lived in eight different countries, and faced some of the most notorious war zones in Asia and Africa throughout the ‘80s and ‘90s.
The Ministry of Defence (MoD) is to spend £20 million on parts for the UK's new offshore patrol vessels (OPVs).
Militants in the Gaza Strip have fired more than 20 rockets into southern Israel, the Israeli military said.
The Northern Ireland Assembly should not shrink dramatically, the Government said today as it sought to encourage a cut in MLA numbers.
Sire De Grugy emphatically silenced the dissenting voices by claiming the BetVictor Queen Mother Champion Chase, the highlight on day two of the Cheltenham Festival.
Sunderland have confirmed the appointment of Lee Congerton as the club's sporting director.
Danny Care hopes the cruel luck that ended England's Grand Slam quest on the opening day of the RBS 6 Nations returns to torment Ireland when the tournament reaches its climax.
Coldplay unveiled some brand new songs as they headlined the opening night at the iTunes Festival at SXSW.
Krysten Ritter has praised Jennifer Lawrence for being a "beautiful actress".
Pete Wentz is worried that there will come a day when no one turns up for a Fall Out Boy concert.