David Young, Belfast Telegraph

David Young

Belfast Telegraph

United Kingdom

Contact David

Discover and connect with journalists and influencers around the world, save time on email research, monitor the news, and more.

Start free trial

Recent:
  • Belfast Telegraph
  • The Irish News

Recent articles by David:

Three charged following funeral disturbance in Co Tyrone

Three people have been charged in relation to a disturbance at a funeral that involved people armed with hatchets. → Read More

Frantic search for anyone tied to Northern Ireland's first case of coronavirus

Health officials are “working rapidly” to identify anyone who has come into contact with the first patient to test positive for coronavirus in Northern Ireland. → Read More

Two arrested after funeral scuffles in Strabane

A hatchet and Stanley knives were among weapons seized as police arrested two people after a disturbance at a funeral. → Read More

All faulty MOT centre lifts to be replaced in £1.8 million move

Faulty lifts that have forced the suspension of MOT tests in the north are to all be replaced at a cost of £1.8 million. → Read More

Secretary of state refuses to be drawn on prosecutions of ex-soldiers

The secretary of state has declined to say whether prosecutors in the region can be trusted not to take "vexatious" cases against military veterans. → Read More

Northern Ireland Secretary refuses to be drawn on prosecutions of ex-soldiers

The Northern Ireland Secretary has declined to say whether prosecutors in the region can be trusted not to take “vexatious” cases against military veterans. → Read More

Republic and Brussels urge UK to honour all terms of Withdrawal Agreement

The Republic and Brussels have urged the British government to honour all the terms of the Withdrawal Agreement. → Read More

Court authorities urged to 'get real' on Bloody Sunday Soldier F case venue

A Bloody Sunday victim's brother has urged court authorities to "get real" and ensure the case against a veteran accused of murder is heard in Derry. → Read More

Over 35,000 MoT tests cancelled in space of three weeks

Almost 43,000 MoT tests have been cancelled in Northern Ireland since the alarm was raised over structural defects in car lifts at government test centres, according to official figures. → Read More

Troubles legacy mechanisms must be fully implemented, says Coveney

Ireland’s deputy premier has stressed the need to fully implement stalled legacy mechanisms during his first official meeting with Northern Ireland’s new secretary of state. → Read More

Manchester United greats gather for Harry Gregg funeral

Manchester United greats Sir Bobby Charlton, Sir Alex Ferguson and Denis Law are among mourners who have gathered for the funeral of club hero Harry Gregg. → Read More

Friends tell of heartbreak after Co Antrim crash kills two young lives

The victims of a horror car smash in Co Antrim have been named, as friends told of their heartbreak at the loss of two "beautiful" people. → Read More

Pals' grief as Co Antrim crash claims two young lives

The victims of a horror car smash in Co Antrim have been named, as friends told of their heartbreak at the loss of two "beautiful" people. → Read More

Harry Gregg funeral set to bring Coleraine to a standstill

Leading names from the world of football are expected in Coleraine today for the funeral of Harry Gregg. → Read More

Minister learned of Northern Ireland’s terror laws exclusion from press release

Stormont’s Justice Minister has said she learned that Northern Ireland was to be excluded from emergency measures to halt the early release of terrorist prisoners from a press release. → Read More

Unionist sectarianism 'burned' me from UUP leader job, says Mike Nesbitt

A former UUP leader has blamed unionist sectarianism for driving him from office as he urged unionism to wake up to the existential threat facing it. → Read More

I was ‘burned’ from UUP leader’s job by unionist sectarianism – Nesbitt

A former UUP leader has blamed unionist sectarianism for driving him from office as he urged unionism to wake up to the existential threat facing it. → Read More

Causeway Coast and Glens Council bumps rates by 7.65%

Cash-strapped Causeway Coast and Glens council on Thursday night voted through a domestic rate increase of 7.65% — and agreed to freeze business rates. → Read More

Man dies after falling into Tollymore park river

A man in his 50s has died after falling into a swollen river in Tollymore Forest Park on Thursday. → Read More

Lyra McKee murder accused Paul McIntyre picked up bullet casings, Derry court told

A man charged with the murder of journalist Lyra McKee is accused of picking up casings from the bullets used to kill her, a court heard. → Read More