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Tuesday 3 October 2023 Dublin: 10°C

# Belfast City Hall

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Belfast City Council intervenes after hundreds queue outside City Hall for free doughnut giveaway
US chain Krispy Kreme had 7,000 boxes of doughnuts to give away, before they were stopped by council officials.
Police officer knocked unconscious after stopping flag protesters
The demonstration itself passed off peacefully, but violence broke out after PSNI officers stopped a group on the street afterwards.
G8 protester fast-tracked through court after failure to remove disguise
Police said the 19-year-old was also charged with disorderly behaviour and resisting arrest
PSNI encouraged by latest union flag protest in Belfast
Protestors today did not try to “parade unlawfully into the city centre” – a move welcomed by police authorities.
Man due in court in Belfast over firearm possession
The charges follow an investigation into incidents during the recent flag protests in Northern Ireland.
Alliance Party calls for legislation on flags and emblems
The party said all permanent emblems should be subject to planning consent.
Column: We need new ideas to solve the flag issue in Belfast
Innovative ideas are needed to solve the crisis in the North, writes Steve Wrenn, who says we need to think outside the box and compromise.
"No angry words" as Unionist forum meets at Stormont
It was announced that a taskforce and eight working groups have been set up as a result of the meeting.
Ten police officers injured in Belfast flag protest
The protests are part of an ongoing campaign against restrictions on flying the union flag at Belfast City Hall.
Northern Ireland leaders to meet over flag clashes
The heads of the five main political parties will meet to discuss the unrest across Northern Ireland over the past two and a half weeks.
Teenage boys among those charged over Belfast unrest
Three teenager boys, two aged 13 and one aged 14, will appear at Belfast Youth Court tomorrow charged with a number of public order offences.
'No excuse for vandalism and thuggery' - PSNI
Police in Northern Ireland have arrested three people in relation to last night’s violence.