PSNI denounce motion seeking to limit their presence on Queen’s University Belfast campus

Posted in Governance and administration on March 26th, 2019 by steve

“The Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) have responded to a motion that was tabled and then withdrawn from Queen’s University Belfast Students’ Union (QUBSU) Council, saying that they will continue to patrol the university campus. The motion, which was due to be debated at a meeting of the union’s council last Wednesday, was withdrawn hours before the meeting …” (more)

[Finn Purdy, Trinity News, 26 March]

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Belfast Holyland residents urge crack down on drinking for St Patrick’s Day celebrations

Posted in Governance and administration, Legal issues on March 15th, 2019 by steve

“Fed-up residents in the Holyland area of Belfast have called for a crackdown on street drinking during this year’s St Patrick’s Day celebrations. The Holyland area of south Belfast has become infamous for students engaging in anti-social behaviour every March 17 …” (more)

[Mark Edwards, Belfast Telegraph, 15 March]

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Pro-Palestine protesters confront UK’s Israeli ambassador in Belfast

Posted in Governance and administration on October 17th, 2018 by steve

“There were angry scenes as pro-Palestinian protesters confronted the UK’s Israeli ambassador at Queen’s University in Belfast. A protester was restrained as several attempted to follow Mark Regev’s car as he left the historic institution following a visit to speak to students …” (more)

[Belfast Telegraph, 16 October]

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Police ‘content’ with St Patrick’s in Holyland

Posted in Governance and administration, Legal issues on March 18th, 2012 by steve

“The PSNI has said they were ‘content’ with events in south Belfast’s Holyland area on St Patrick’s Day. Police officers, alongside officials from the city Council, the University of Ulster and Queen’s had been patrolling the area since Thursday …” (more)

[BBC News, 18 March]

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