Donna Deeney, Belfast Telegraph

Donna Deeney

Belfast Telegraph

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Recent articles by Donna:

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

Civil service chief under-fire after he said Derry medical school 'not viable'

Politicians have hit out after the head of the Northern Ireland Civil Service (NICS) said a medical school in Londonderry cannot go ahead because there are neither the funds to pay for → Read More

Anger after youths and men are injured in separate Derry paramilitary-style attacks

A spate of suspected paramilitary attacks - including two separate attacks on teenage boys - which took place within hours of each other in Londonderry have been widely condemned. → Read More

Ex-minister calls for bottle return scheme to help environment

Former Environment Minister Mark H Durkan has proposed a cash incentive for the return of glass bottles as an environment-saving initiative. → Read More

Family of prized Co Tyrone poet fund his headstone 124 years after death

The family of a poet from Co Tyrone will gather in Strabane next month to erect a headstone on his grave over 100 years after his death. → Read More

Appeal from across the divide to end flag burning on bonfires

Calls have been made from across the political divide for an end to burning flags, emblems and offensive material on all future bonfires in Londonderry. → Read More

Omagh bomb families remember lost loved ones

Families who lost loved ones in the Omagh bomb 21 years ago have marked the anniversary privately for the first time. → Read More

Apprentice Boys: We recognise the upset over Para emblems

The Apprentice Boys last night said it recognised that a band’s display of a Parachute Regiment insignia on Saturday may have caused upset and that its annual parade should not be used → Read More

Band broke agreement by wearing emblems, says senior policeman

A display of Parachute Regiment emblems during a parade on Saturday was in breach of an agreement between the Apprentice Boys, police and Bogside Residents' Group, it has been claimed. → Read More

Anger as charity for vulnerable men hit by burglars

The chairman of a charity that offers confidential counselling to vulnerable men said he was shocked to discover its premises had been broken into - but has moved to reassure clients th → Read More

Golf stars and and woman who helped secure Open for Portrush to be honoured

Northern Ireland's three top golfers will be honoured with the Freedom of the Borough from the Causeway Coast and Glens Council, as will the woman credited with bringing the Open to Roy → Read More

On the market for first time in 93 years, the Claudy home nearly as old as Derry’s walls

A family house that dates back to the Siege of Derry has come on the market for the first time in almost 100 years. → Read More

Unionists to oppose Derry's Walls being handed to council

Unionists in Derry have said they will not support any moves to transfer ownership of the historic walls from the Honourable Irish Society. → Read More

Tributes to one of 'Hooded Men' after death at age of 86

Tributes have been paid to one of the so-called hooded men, civil rights activist Paddy Joe McClean (86) who has passed away. → Read More

Claudy bomb victim's brother calls for release of files

A man whose brother was one of nine people killed in the Claudy bombs marked the anniversary of his death by calling for the release of any files on the atrocity. → Read More

Show dissidents their sinister signs aren't welcome, parties urge Derry community

Calls have been made for community action against dissident republicans who put up sinister signs in Londonderry threatening people who talk to the police. → Read More