Noel McAdam, Belfast Telegraph

Noel McAdam

Belfast Telegraph

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Past articles by Noel:

Bobby Storey funeral: Unionists aim to keep pressure up on O'Neill

Unionists are aiming to keep pressure on Sinn Fein over the funeral of Bobby Storey more than a month after the row began. → Read More

NI ministers plan 'staycations' but Executive to still sit during recess

STORMONT ministers plan to take holidays despite the ongoing Covid-19 crisis - but hope Executive meetings can continue. → Read More

Paisley split with Orange Order over members attending Mass

The full story of former First Minister Ian Paisley's split with the Orange Order has been revealed in a new book. → Read More

Northern Ireland health service short 7,000 staff, claims MLA Wells

Crisis-hit hospitals and GP centres across Northern Ireland are short by an astonishing 7,000 staff, former health minister Jim Wells has claimed. → Read More

DUP's Jim Wells says Arlene Foster 'at ease' with RHI report findings

Senior DUP figures will avoid damning criticism in the upcoming RHI report, a veteran party member has predicted. → Read More

Sinn Fein rejects SDLP to take up its seats to help ease Brexit impact

Sinn Fein has emphatically rebuffed an SDLP call to end its abstentionist policy and take up its Westminster seats to fight the impact of EU withdrawal. → Read More

Holywood eatery Noble scoops wins all-Ireland award

A Northern Ireland restaurant has cooked up a storm to win a top all-Ireland award. → Read More

Party conferences could delay fresh drive for Assembly restoration

Talks with the DUP and Sinn Fein are being organised as negotiations to restore Stormont ramp up again. → Read More

Northern Ireland hospitals face severe cuts as health trusts told to save £10m a month

Northern Ireland’s health trusts are today facing the biggest cash crisis in their history as they are forced to find savings of £10m a month. → Read More

‘Restrictions’ put on Northern Ireland Labour row eight

Bitter infighting in the Labour Party in Northern Ireland (LPNI) has taken a new twist as it emerged senior party figures are not allowed to meet — even informally — during a national p → Read More

Urgent decisions on welfare and housing required: UUP MLA

Crunch decisions on welfare reform and housing are in limbo as a result of the ongoing Stormont stalemate, it has been claimed. → Read More

Sinn Fein's Murphy claims DUP secretly fears Brexit disaster

The DUP and Sinn Fein have locked horns again over Brexit. → Read More

Arlene Foster will back Irish language act, claim activists

Irish language activists have claimed DUP leader Arlene Foster told them there would be → Read More

Sammy Wilson slams SF councillor's anti-DUP tweet

A DUP MP has hit out after a Sinn Fein councillor declined to comment about displaying pictures of a 'F*** the DUP' banner on social media. Mid and East Antrim councillor Patrice Hardy → Read More

New twist to Troubles pensions saga

The long and sorry saga over the prospect of pensions for victims of the ‘Troubles’ has taken a new twist. → Read More

Stormont deal was close, insists Sugden as Washington urges parties to keep talks alive

Former Justice Minister Claire Sugden has said she doesn’t believe that the DUP and Sinn Fein were far away from doing a deal on a return to power-sharing before the suspension of the S → Read More

DUP raps Sinn Fein as all 19 of its councillors miss Somme meeting

Sinn Fein's failure to attend an annual commemoration of the Battle of the Somme in Belfast has been slammed by the DUP. → Read More

Sinn Fein calls for MPs' speaking rights in the Dail

Sinn Fein has demanded speaking rights for its MPs in the Republic's parliament - even though they won't sit in Westminster. → Read More

DUP set to be kingmakers with Tories in new hung Parliament

The DUP is talking up its role as kingmakers in the new Parliament after the Conservatives’ hopes of an election landslide were dashed as the election ended in a hung parliament. → Read More

Storm clouds gather as Northern Ireland voters head to polls again

After a lacklustre election campaign, Northern Ireland's voters could face a thunderstorm today as they go to the polls for the fifth time in two years. → Read More