Donna Deeney, Belfast Telegraph

Donna Deeney

Belfast Telegraph

United Kingdom

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Recent articles by Donna:

New ethical shopping venture aims to cut out plastics while beating supermarkets on price

It's a shopping concept that harks back to the 1930s but with a modern day twist - where nothing for sale comes in pre-packed plastic. → Read More

Frustration as much-delayed Omagh education campus goes £55m over budget

The opening of Northern Ireland's largest shared education campus is facing further delays as costs soar to £215m - £55m above the original estimate. → Read More

Modernised Edwardian home in Belfast yours for £620k

An Edwardian residence in Belfast is on the market for over £600,000. → Read More

It's not our march, says Bloody Sunday Trust after Saoradh row

The chairman of the Bloody Sunday Trust has outlined its opposition to the re-enactment of the original march through Londonderry. → Read More

Ceremony held in memory of RUC officers murdered in 1972

Two RUC officers killed in a 1972 IRA gun attack on their vehicle in Londonderry were remembered at the War Memorial in the city on the anniversary of their deaths. → Read More

Republican Brady's death 'shocked' his loyalist friend

A former loyalist prisoner who was on the same weekend parole programme as dissident republican John Brady told an inquest the news that Mr Brady had died in the custody suite of a Lond → Read More

John Finucane tells inquest of discovering dissident client hanging in PSNI station in 2009

North Belfast MP and solicitor John Finucane has told an inquest how he found a dissident republican he was representing hanging in a police custody suite in Londonderry. → Read More

MP Finucane found client's body in station in 2009, inquest hears

An inquest into the death of a former IRA prisoner found hanging in a police consultation room by his solicitor John Finucane has heard how police officers tried to save his life. → Read More

Probe after Co Tyrone joiner is killed in fall while working on roof

An investigation is under way after a Co Tyrone man died following a fall from a roof. → Read More

Dissident republican Easter parade 'a kick in the teeth,' says Lyra McKee friend

One of Lyra McKee's closest friends has called on people in Londonderry to stay away from a dissident republican Easter commemoration planned just days before the first anniversary of t → Read More

Pupil challenges St Columb's College's beard ban

A student is challenging the 'no beard' policy that has been in place at his school since its formation more than 140 years ago. → Read More

Striking civil servants defend action but say it will affect benefits

Civil servants involved in industrial action have said it is "unfortunate" that people on benefits will be impacted - but insisted it was important the strike had a big impact. → Read More

A&E crisis at three health trusts is blamed on shortage of 3,000 nurses

Emergency departments across Northern Ireland were at breaking point this week, with three different health trusts asking people to stay away unless they had a life-threatening illness → Read More

Masked gang batter mother with hammer as her children sleep upstairs

An attack on a mother who was punched and beaten with a hammer in her own home by three men while her children slept upstairs has sent shockwaves through Londonderry. → Read More

Fresh Stardust blaze inquest is welcomed by Northern Ireland victim's brother

The brother of a Londonderry woman who died in the Stardust disaster hopes a new inquest will discover the full story of what happened. → Read More

Old Northern Ireland schoolhouse goes on sale after restoration

An old schoolhouse dating back to 1862 which was transformed into a luxurious home has come on the market. → Read More

Old Northern Ireland schoolhouse goes on sale after restoration

An old schoolhouse dating back to 1862 which was transformed into a luxurious home has come on the market. → Read More

Creator of Derry artwork left stunned after mounting costs force council to take it down

The artist behind a tribute celebrating Londonderry's shirt manufacturing history has said he is shocked by council plans to put it into storage. → Read More

Restoration of deluged parish hall in doubt after land declared a floodplain

A decision to designate land in Co Londonderry as a floodplain has likely sunk plans by a church to restore a parish hall damaged two years ago. → Read More

Apprentice Boys continuing parade talks in the run-up to Lundy's Day celebrations

Efforts to restore an agreement that allowed 20 years of peaceful parading in Londonderry are ongoing ahead of the Apprentice Boys' next commemoration in the city in December. → Read More