The Ormeau Road area of south Belfast has evolved over the years to become a uniquely diverse community where people from different religions and cultural identities live side by side without the fear that this proximity would instil in many other areas.
Ahead of what is being seen as a crucial week for the Brexit negotiations, it is clear that nerves on the British side are becoming increasingly frayed, with Theresa May's troubles growing by the hour.
If Danny Treacy had a greater mind for detail he would have gathered from the opening sentence in my letter (August 29) that my criticism was not just confined to one particular letter but a number of letters.
The Supreme Court ruling on the Ashers Bakery case was a chance to tighten up Northern Ireland’s unique law against ‘political discrimination’, which can and has been interpreted to mean just about anything.
Simon Prince finishes his just updated book, Northern Ireland's '68, with this quotation from Anne Devlin's The Long March: "I still remember that time when we thought we were beginning a new journey: the long march.
Whenever Theresa May signed up to a confidence and supply deal with the DUP following the Westminster election in 2017, she must have known that at some point the priorities of both sides would no longer converge.
The protracted and costly legal process that has ended up at the UK Supreme Court has been exceptionally draining and stressful for the people at the centre of what has become known as the 'gay cake' case.