Cate McCurry, Belfast Telegraph

Cate McCurry

Belfast Telegraph

Tyrone, NE, United States

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Recent articles by Cate:

Cross-border ferry ‘will become booze cruise in event of no-deal Brexit’

A passenger ferry which crosses the Irish border every day will become a “booze cruise” in the event of a no-deal Brexit, a committee has heard. → Read More

Film of IRA bomb gang emerges in BBC NI documentary

Police must examine footage from a forgotten documentary which shows IRA terrorists plotting and carrying out a bomb attack in the 1970s, according to an Ulster Unionist MLA. → Read More

Ireland’s first multi-agency service for victims of child sex abuse launched

Ireland’s first multi-agency service for children who have been sexually abused has been launched. → Read More

Footage reveals how IRA trained new recruits in weapons classes

Footage from a lost documentary showing how the IRA trained new recruits in weapons classes will be aired by the BBC. → Read More

Watch: Hundreds attend Belfast rally calling for second vote on EU membership

Hundreds of people have attended a rally in Belfast calling for a second referendum on EU membership. → Read More

Hundreds of people attend People’s Vote rally in Belfast

Hundreds of people are attending a rally in Belfast calling for a second referendum on EU membership. → Read More

Teeth reveal clues about people’s diet during the Irish Famine

Teeth analysed from the 1840s have shed new light on what people ate before and during the Irish Famine. → Read More

DUP's Foster sends warning over Northern Ireland-only backstop

DUP leader Arlene Foster has criticised a Northern Ireland-only backstop as “anti-democratic and unconstitutional”. → Read More

‘Checks on Irish border will depend on decisions made at Westminster’

Checks on the Irish border will depend on the decisions made by the British Government in the coming weeks, Ireland’s Finance Minister has said. → Read More

Ireland will back Article 50 extension ‘if Johnson can make persuasive case’

Ireland’s deputy premier has said the country would back an extension to Article 50 if the British prime minister can make a persuasive case for how it can be used to get a Brexit deal. → Read More

Vice president’s Irish heritage played key role during trip

Mike Pence’s family ties and links with Ireland were much discussed during his first official visit as US vice president. → Read More

US vice president Mike Pence’s trip to Ireland set to be brought forward

US vice president Mike Pence’s visit to Ireland next week is set to be brought forward to Monday. → Read More

Ireland’s Europe Minister denies Brexit deal is ‘dead’

Ireland’s European Affairs minister has denied that the current Brexit deal is dead. → Read More

Irish online shoppers face extra charges from UK-based retailers

Online shoppers in Ireland could face extra charges when ordering from retailers based in the UK in a no-deal Brexit. → Read More

Irish deputy premier says no-deal Brexit ‘far more likely’

Ireland’s deputy premier has said that a no-deal Brexit is much more likely now than it has ever been. → Read More

Mother who served soldiers tea and sandwiches shot dead by Army months later

The daughter of a Catholic woman who welcomed the arrival of British soldiers in Northern Ireland said she was shot dead by the Army months after serving them tea and sandwiches at her → Read More

Lib Dem leader Swinson warns of ‘no good’ Brexit for Northern Ireland as she visits border

Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson has said there is no “good Brexit” for Northern Ireland. → Read More

Westminster could legalise abortion in Northern Ireland: Labour peer

A Labour peer has said that abortion laws in Northern Ireland can be changed in Westminster as it is a human rights issue. → Read More

US Special envoy post may be reintroduced in Northern Ireland

The appointment of a new US special envoy to Northern Ireland is not imminent, the Taoiseach has said. → Read More

Varadkar determined to extend presidential voting rights

The Taoiseach has said he is determined to hold a referendum on whether the right to vote in the Republic's presidential election should be extended to Irish citizens living outside the → Read More