Arlene Foster is to stand down as First Minister of Northern Ireland

75% of DUP MLAs signed a vote of no confidence

Northern Ireland lockdown restrictions have been extended to March 5th

Restrictions have been in place since St. Stephen’s Day

QUB debating society have problematically platformed Ann Widdecombe

*scrolls through notes* Why though?

The Northern Ireland Executive have confirmed a ‘circuit breaker’ lockdown, but what does that mean?

Considerably tighter restrictions will be effective from Friday

Integration between Ireland and Northern Ireland is the only way to beat COVID-19

Diseases don’t care about borders

FYI Northern Ireland’s abortion ban is stricter than Alabama’s

The solidarity with Alabama is what Northern Ireland needs

I am a QUB student and this is why I support our lecturers in their strike action

I personally wouldn’t want to give up £10,000 per year for no good reason

PSNI tweet that links a Mistletoe kiss with rape misses the mark and trivialises sexual assault

The tweet carries an important message, but reads more like a joke

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This is what Ulster University students really think about QUB

In a country that’s famous for being divided in two, Ulster students have had enough of old jokes and cheap laughs, which are just becoming exhausting and no longer funny

Prue’s mantra “it’s not worth the calories” on GBBO is highly problematic

In a nation where over 1.6 million people are struggling with eating disorders, publicly demonizing calories on our most popular baking show is not okay

QUB student who unveiled Pride flag at her graduation is a symbol of defiance in the face of intolerant politicians

The small gesture shows the fight for equality must reach every corner of our society

Mock gay marriage at Stormont shows strong demand for equality

Students and others gather to protest the lack of equal marriage rights in Northern Ireland

Rape is not a joke

Here’s some of the most disgusting comments left on an article about rape

St Paddy’s Day 2017: A Success?

Now that the dust has settled and it’s been nearly a week since St. Paddy’s, let’s take some time to reflect upon this year’s events and the media mumbo jumbo in the weeks leading up to the 17th

Why I’m sick to death of women being criticised for what they wear (or don’t)

Boobs are boobs at the end of the day

Young people and the NI Assembly elections

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