Belfast Live

February 22, 2020
West Belfast cafe helping to empower people with learning difficulties

West Belfast cafe helping to empower people with learning difficulties

The 'big yellow building' on the Grosvenor Road is home to a talented team

South Belfast burglary leaves man with fractured jaw after being struck with dumbbell

South Belfast burglary leaves man with fractured jaw after being struck with dumbbell

The victim, aged in his 20s, also suffered injuries to his arms

Lisburn tenants unhappy at time Housing Executive taking over home repairs, claims councillor

Lisburn tenants unhappy at time Housing Executive taking over home repairs, claims councillor

"Everytime you were told that nothing would be done unless it was an emergency."

PSNI investigation launched after teenager 'sexually assaulted' at Shorefest in North Belfast

PSNI investigation launched after teenager 'sexually assaulted' at Shorefest in North Belfast

The incident is alleged to have taken place during the Shorefest Festival at Seaview Football Stadium on Friday night.

Christopher Robinson to appeal conviction for Adrian Ismay murder

Christopher Robinson to appeal conviction for Adrian Ismay murder

The challenge is listed for a full hearing in December

Northern Ireland Executive to discuss social distancing rules

Northern Ireland Executive to discuss social distancing rules

Currently people must adhere to at least 1m social distancing in many indoor settings

Northern Ireland High Street Voucher: Live updates as scheme opens

Northern Ireland High Street Voucher: Live updates as scheme opens

Over 18s can apply from today for £100 to spend on the high street

Northern Ireland fracking to be part of Stormont review

Northern Ireland fracking to be part of Stormont review

Minister also issues ‘Direction’ meaning councils must notify Department if it plans to grant planning permission for petroleum development

North Belfast hurling and camogie team reaching out to community through walk and talk events

North Belfast hurling and camogie team reaching out to community through walk and talk events

Mary Ann's and Henry Joy's hurling and camogie club started earlier this year during lockdown

Ormeau Park sex assault on teenage girl being investigated

Ormeau Park sex assault on teenage girl being investigated

"The girl was sexually assaulted by an unknown male, who is described as being around 17 years old"

Sandy Row attack sees man beaten with pole

Sandy Row attack sees man beaten with pole

"The suspect made off on foot down Sandy Row and in the direction of Stroud Street"

North Belfast community shop selling essential items and nostalgic confectionary

North Belfast community shop selling essential items and nostalgic confectionary

"When I got the Milkybar Chews in, there were queues down the street"

Dromara assault being investigated by PSNI

Dromara assault being investigated by PSNI

Male victim was taken to hospital by Northern Ireland Ambulance Service

West Belfast family open new restaurant to give back to their community

West Belfast family open new restaurant to give back to their community

"We wouldn't be here without the support of the people"

Money Saving with Sinead Campbell: Exploring some of the reasons for debt

Money Saving with Sinead Campbell: Exploring some of the reasons for debt

Our resident money expert, Sinéad Campbell, heads up the award-winning Money, Debt & Quality team at Advice NI. Here, she shares advice to help you navigate debt

Futures Project helping young people "push themselves" while recovering from lockdown loneliness

Futures Project helping young people "push themselves" while recovering from lockdown loneliness

The Futures Project has helped over 950 young people throughout Northern Ireland over the past four years

Belfast man on black taxi tours encouraging people to educate themselves on all sides of The Troubles

Belfast man on black taxi tours encouraging people to educate themselves on all sides of The Troubles

'With everything Belfast has been through, humour can get you through everything. As long as you can laugh at anything you can get through it"

Special friends unite against dementia at Alzheimer’s Society Belfast Memory Walk

Special friends unite against dementia at Alzheimer’s Society Belfast Memory Walk

"The pandemic has been catastrophic for people with dementia"

Campaigners protest against Government legacy plan

Campaigners protest against Government legacy plan

"We will not allow anyone to ride roughshod over our human rights again"

'More than just a game' - 31 years of West Belfast's Blackstaff Bingo

'More than just a game' - 31 years of West Belfast's Blackstaff Bingo

"These people, they're not just customers to us, they're our friends"

Steve Strange death sparks flood of tributes to 'legendary' music agent

Steve Strange death sparks flood of tributes to 'legendary' music agent

Bands including Ash and the Charlatans share memories of man who always pushed NI as a venue