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Belfast Telegraph

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Recent articles by David:

Co Down Catholic grammars suspend selection for a year

Five Catholic grammar schools have announced they will not use academic selection for their 2021 intake. → Read More

Stormont must ask British government for Brexit extension, says Nichola Mallon

The Stormont executive must ask the British Government to extend the Brexit transition period, a minister has said. → Read More

Bombardier assessing damage after major blaze at east Belfast site

Bombardier has confirmed that no employees were working when a blaze broke out at its east Belfast site. → Read More

Firefighters tackle large blaze at Bombardier site in east Belfast

Fifty firefighters have tackled a major blaze at the east Belfast site of international aerospace company Bombardier. → Read More

Firefighters battling blaze at Bombardier site in east Belfast

Fifty firefighters are battling a major blaze at the east Belfast site of international aerospace company Bombardier. → Read More

Pair escape injury as car struck by falling tree

A father and daughter had a lucky escape yesterday after a large tree came down in high winds - hitting their car on the A25 at Seaforde. → Read More

Family 'devastated' as dad-of-four Andrew Abraham killed in Co Antrim farming accident

Tributes have been paid after a farmer died in a tragic accident at his Co Antrim farm. → Read More

Coronavirus: Northern Ireland teachers keen to return, but nine out of 10 fear for safety in classroom

More than nine out of 10 teachers and principals have expressed fears about returning to work, according to a survey for a union. → Read More

Injured Troubles victims express anger and dismay at pension delay

Severely injured Troubles victims have expressed anger and dismay that a long-fought-for pension scheme is set to be delayed again. → Read More

Police investigating hotel crush deaths submit file to prosecutors

Police investigating the deaths of three teenagers in a crush outside a St Patrick’s Day disco have submitted an interim file of evidence to prosecutors. → Read More

Partygoers flouting regulations are killing people, says O'Neill

The company that rents out the apartments in the Obel building has launched an investigation. → Read More

Six people who do not share a household can meet but indoor gatherings not allowed

Outdoor gatherings of up to six people who do not share a household have been given the go-ahead in a significant scaling back of Northern Ireland’s coronavirus restrictions. → Read More

Executive commits to opening Magee medical school next year

Fresh plans for a medical school at Ulster University’s Magee campus have been given the go-ahead by the Stormont executive. → Read More

Report into late test reporting in Republic finds Mater Hospital did meet requirements

An investigation into late reporting of coronavirus test results from the Mater hospital in Dublin has found it did fulfil legal obligations to alert public health authorities of the cases. → Read More

Cat found dead in Belfast park after being set on fire

Police have described the burning of a cat in west Belfast as a “barbaric act”. → Read More

Brexit to go on amid coronavirus battle: Hancock

A senior UK Government minister on Friday reaffirmed the Government's commitment to the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement, despite concerns over potential impacts on business in Northern Ireland. → Read More

Irish hospital investigated after late reporting of almost 300 coronavirus cases

An Irish hospital failed to notify health authorities of almost 300 cases of coronavirus within legal time frames. → Read More

Campaigner welcomes changes to immigration laws

A citizenship campaigner has welcomed a move to allow people in Northern Ireland to be treated as European citizens under immigration laws. → Read More

Stormont pays out more than £2m a year for non-existent long haul flights

Stormont is paying out more than £2 million a year to cover a subsidy for transatlantic flights that do not exist. → Read More

Nightingale Hospital to be temporarily stood down

Northern Ireland's Nightingale hospital for treating Covid-19 patients is being temporarily stood down, the health minister has confirmed. → Read More