Writing these blog posts, it is impossible to predict who will read them or where they might lead. Thus it is a pleasant
The talks chaired by American diplomat Dr Richard Haass have come to an end without a firm resolution with no significant unanimous deal being agreed upon by the five main Executive parties...
The Mayor of Lisburn, the third largest city in Northern Ireland, Margaret Tolerton has refused to open a book of condolence after the recent passing of Nelson Mandela meaning that unlike those in Belfast City Council and Derry City Council, the people of Lisburn City will be unable to formally pay their respects to this much respected man.
House prices in Northern Ireland have increased for the first time since 2007. Between the start of this year and June, residential
For a majority, the so-called political 'silent majority' can be a pretty lonely place sometimes. For anyone with any knowledge of Northern Irish life, it goes without saying that this time of year can be a dire state of affairs...
The faded words 'Teenage dreams, so hard to beat' will soon be gone completely. The tribute to John Peel that was spray-painted
An ongoing snowstorm in Northern Ireland has forced the abandonment of a World Cup qualifying football match and seen electricity
Two police officers have been injured after hundreds of loyalists tried to storm Belfast City Hall in response to councillors
Although welcoming the move, Abortion Rights UK has said 'there is still a long way to go' However new medical facility has
Paying for sex in Northern Ireland could become illegal if proposed law changes are introduced. The crackdown on prostitution