Belfast May Be Repeating Dublin’s Mistakes On Housing And Urban Life

Hannah Weir writes about how Belfast’s housing crisis echoes mistakes already made in Dublin and other cities

Queen’s University Lead Multidisciplinary Effort To Examine The Centenary of Irish Partition

Queen’s University, Belfast recently revealed their plans examining the multi-faceted impact of the partition of Ireland in that event’s centenary year. The series of talks, named ‘The Partition of Ireland: Causes and Consequences’ will feature prominent academics from and associated with the University. Editor, Peter Donnelly writes.

Line of Duty Season 6 Opener: An Interesting Start But Soon We’ll be Sucking on Diesel!

Martin McKenna After almost two years away, Line of Duty finally hit our screens on BBC One last Sunday, now in its sixth season. With the show almost ten years old, it remains one of the most popular shows pulling in 9.6 million viewers surpassing it’s previous record of 9.1 million for the season 5Continue reading “Line of Duty Season 6 Opener: An Interesting Start But Soon We’ll be Sucking on Diesel!”

University retains no information on non-students: Queen’s

266 Queen’s students have also been suspended since August 2020 Peter Donnelly, Editor Queen’s University has said that that the University “does not retain any information on non-students” following the announcement that it was working in partnership with public agencies, including the Police, to ensure that students who breach Coronavirus Regulations are also internally sanctioned.Continue reading “University retains no information on non-students: Queen’s”

Under The Radar: St. Patrick’s Day 2021 in Belfast

St. Patrick’s Day 2021 represented a marked change in the conduct of St. Patrick’s Day, particularly within the student districts of South Belfast. Crowds gathered within Botanic Gardens despite the Coronavirus Health Protection Regulations being in force.