Andrew Hughes has been accused of following his medical worker ex-partner into her place of Study and facilities at Queen’s University Belfast, therefore breaching an injunction forbidding harassment on the woman.
An explosion in the west of the city last night caused a social media storm. Supposedly loud enough to be heard in South Belfast, the blast was eventually confirmed as a bomb attack on police.
We love Pancake Day that much we experimented with every topping and recipe we could think of. Oh, and we couldn’t help flaunting our amazing tossing skills
On Friday 28th of Feb and Saturday 1st March, the annual NI Netball Intervarsities Tournament will be held at Queen’s University, down at the PEC where QUB Netball Team hope to steal victory from last year’s winners University College of Dublin.
As Professor Patrick Johnston prepares to take on the role as QUB’s 12th vice-chancellor, the £19k increase in his yearly salary causes controversy amidst this years strikes over university staff pay and work loads.
QUBSU announced it’s Student Officer Elections this year with a new twist, instead of creating a fair democracy and equal representation it’s described as a “job” with “great perks” that you have to apply for. Great, well done QUBSU.
30+ local residents from Sans Souci Park, South Belfast have held a protest against plans by Queen’s University to further extend student accommodation in the area.
Queen’s University Belfast law graduate Rachel Carey apologises after consuming a goldfish in her #NekNomination video.
Queen’s Student Union urges students to be careful after PSNI detectives investigate an allegation that a young woman was raped in the Botanic area of south Belfast.
The accomplished poet laureate and QUB Reader in Creative Writing talks about her amazing achievements over the past year.
Belfast’s first poet laureate: Dr Sinéad Morrissey, Reader in Creative Writing at the Seamus Heaney Centre at the School of English at Queen’s, won the prestigious award for her collection Parallax.
On Tuesday the 28th, the PSNI shut down a cannabis factory in South Belfast containing cannabis plants with an estimated street value of £117,000.
Moving out of Elms? Become too much of a stereotypical grumpy 3rd year for the Holylands? Here’s The Tab’s guide to Belfast student housing
It’s the third security alert within the last four days. Welcome to Belfast: where every discarded box is treated as a suspicious object
Man in his thirties knifed late last night