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Belfast Telegraph

United Kingdom

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Recent articles by David:

Search for missing Belfast woman Saorise Smyth finds ‘nothing of significance’

A search in a Co Louth forest for a missing Belfast woman feared murdered has found nothing. → Read More

Arson attack destroys derelict former Belfast training school

The former St Patrick's Training School in west Belfast has been destroyed in an arson attack. → Read More

Family of delivery driver shot dead in Belfast to keep fighting for justice

The mother of a pizza delivery driver shot dead in Belfast has vowed to keep fighting for justice. → Read More

Raymond McCord's Brexit legal challenge dismissed by Belfast High Court judge

A legal challenge in Belfast High Court that argued the Government's Brexit strategy will damage the Northern Ireland peace process has been dismissed. → Read More

Blow for Belfast as Ryanair and Aer Lingus cut routes

Ryanair and Aer Lingus are scaling back their operations from Belfast International Airport and George Best Belfast City Airport, it can be revealed today. → Read More

Blow for Belfast as Ryanair pulls out and Aer Lingus cuts routes

Ryanair is pulling out of Belfast International Airport - and Aer Lingus are radically scaling back their operations from George Best Belfast City Airport, it can be revealed today. → Read More

Campaigner says ‘fight goes on’ after Brexit strategy legal challenge dismissed

A Northern Ireland victims’ campaigner has vowed to fight to be heard in the Supreme Court after his High Court challenge against the Government’s Brexit strategy was dismissed. → Read More

Man held over mortar bomb found pointed at police station

The incident has been blamed on dissident republican group the New IRA. → Read More

Derry bomb 'meant for police patrol'

A bomb discovered in a parked vehicle in Derry was to be used to attack a police patrol, detectives said. → Read More

Courts should not be asked to intervene in Brexit talks, Belfast judge told

Courts should not be invited to intervene in high-level political negotiations on Brexit, a judge has been told. → Read More

Unionism must be set for challenges ahead, says Foster

DUP leader Arlene Foster will today spell out the challenges facing unionism in the post-Brexit era, and call on supporters to build what she calls "Next Generation Unionism". → Read More

Sacked academic 'to sing like canary' at job tribunal

A sacked Presbyterian academic claims the evidence that will emerge when his case reaches tribunal will shock Church members. → Read More

Claims Ian Paisley funded loyalist bomb are all filthy lies, fumes widow

The widow of former First Minister and DUP leader Rev Ian Paisley has branded claims made about her late husband in a BBC Northern Ireland Spotlight documentary as "filthy lies". → Read More

RHI boiler owners 'getting a raw deal' on scheme costings

The chairman of Westminster's influential Northern Ireland Affairs Committee yesterday criticised Stormont officials over their handling of the controversial Renewable Heat Incentive (R → Read More

Body of Lisburn road crash victim lay undiscovered for more than a day, say police

The body of a man who died in a car crash near Lisburn this week lay undiscovered for more than a day before being found. → Read More

Cyber currency app to generate funds for nightlife charity

A new cyber currency app that incentivises people to shop and socialise in Belfast will generate funds for a nightlife charity helping vulnerable people. → Read More

Failure to compensate abuse victims ‘shocking’ – Lord Chief Justice

Northern Ireland’s top judge has branded as shocking the ongoing failure to compensate victims of historic abuse in the region. → Read More

Sinn Fein signals willingness to co-operate with pro-Remain parties to challenge DUP

Party vice president Michelle O'Neill did not rule out electoral pacts with other "progressive" parties → Read More

Anything possible in Brexit land, says judge hearing no-deal legal challenge

A senior judge has described as remarkable a senior Cabinet minister’s failure to confirm whether the Government would abide by legislation to prevent a no-deal Brexit. → Read More

Sinn Fein deputy leader insists ‘no bad blood’ with colleague vying for job

Sinn Fein’s vice president has insisted there is no bad blood between her and the Stormont colleague vying for her job. → Read More