Northern Ireland

Fire crews tackle blaze in south Belfast

Fire engine
Image caption The fire is at a building in south Belfast

The Fire and Rescue Service believes a fire at a three storey building in south Belfast may have been started deliberately.

More than 65 firefighters tackled the blaze at the building off the Ormeau Road on Friday night.

It used to be part of the former Good Shepherd Convent.

Chris Kerr from the NI Fire and Rescue Service said the fire was now under control.