Brett Campbell, Belfast Telegraph

Brett Campbell

Belfast Telegraph

United Kingdom

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Recent articles by Brett:

Horror as pet is mauled to death by bull terrier in Co Down park

A pensioner has been left devastated after a Staffordshire bull terrier attacked the tiny dog he was walking and "ripped it to pieces" near a children's play park in Co Down. → Read More

Pioneering model with Down's syndrome Kate Grant offers to meet shamed students

A Northern Ireland model who has successfully broken down barriers facing people with Down's syndrome has offered to meet with three grammar school pupils suspended for making a "vile" video mocking disabled people. → Read More

Threats against Regent House pupils over 'repulsive' video mocking Down's syndrome

Threats have been made against Northern Ireland grammar school children involved in a "repulsive and vile" video of them mocking people with Down's syndrome. → Read More

Three men found stabbed in Belfast arrested after brawl

Three men found stabbed in Belfast have been arrested following a brawl which spilled on to the city centre streets packed with commuters and revellers. → Read More

Funds plea to have Newtownards shore crash victim Katarzyna Kowzan flown home

The partner of a woman who died after her car veered off the road and landed on a Co Down beach is seeking help to lay her to rest in her native homeland. → Read More

Dad of man whose wife left him for pastor hits out at church over scandal

The father of a man whose wife was caught having an affair with her pastor 18 months after he married the couple has criticised a Co Down church for its "shameful" response to the scand → Read More

Belfast man lucky to escape alive after arson gang strikes

A neighbour of a young man who was rescued from an upstairs flat following an arson attack in west Belfast says he is lucky to be alive. → Read More

Boris Johnson's bridge from Scotland to Ireland is feasible, say National Geographic experts

Boris Johnson's plan to build a bridge linking Northern Ireland and Scotland has been endorsed in one of the most authoritative scientific publications in the world. → Read More

Northern Ireland mum tells of how chronic sleep disorder ruined her life

A Co Armagh mum whose life has been devastated by a chronic sleep disorder is bringing everyone in Northern Ireland living with the same condition together on the first ever World Narco → Read More

Tributes after tragic death of ‘one in a million’ student Niall Laverty

Tributes have been paid to a young Co Down GAA player who died suddenly in the Holyland area of south Belfast yesterday morning. → Read More

Village in mourning as OAP cyclist dies days after tractor collision

Residents of a Co Fermanagh village have expressed shock and sadness following the death of a pensioner who died days after a collision with a tractor. → Read More

Tribute stone unveiled for 7,000 babies in mass grave

A grieving mother fulfilled a promise to her son after almost half a century yesterday when she unveiled a memorial to over 7,000 babies buried in a mass grave in Belfast City Cemetery. → Read More

DUP councillor’s teen son hurt in sectarian assault on schoolboys

A DUP councillor says his son was forced to walk through an interface area before being caught up in a "sectarian hate crime" in north Belfast. → Read More

You’re barred: Off-licence’s beloved cat gets marching orders after complaints

Devastated customers of a Co Armagh bar and restaurant have been flocking to the premises to bid farewell to a famous feline who has been barred from the adjoining off-licence. → Read More

Prince Andrew may still open Northern Ireland railway station, at 'more suitable time'

Translink last night indicated that scandal-hit Prince Andrew could still open Portrush’s upgraded railway station — but at “a more suitable time”. → Read More

Former soldier denies stonewalling Ballymurphy inquest to protect pals

The first soldier to attend the Ballymurphy inquest from within the Parachute Regiment's support company has denied withholding information to protect colleagues. → Read More

Northern Ireland couple vow to fight Danske bank after losing everything

An elderly couple who claim they have lost everything following a mistake by a major bank are hoping to claw back some of their fortune. → Read More

Tributes after death of actress Julie Maxwell on night out in Belfast

Friends and colleagues of a Northern Ireland actress who died suddenly have told of their shock over the loss of a "beautiful, kind and talented soul". → Read More

Mother of Belfast teen who took own life urges others to seek help

The grieving mother of a west Belfast teenager who took his own life has urged people to open up about their mental health after a spate of suicides. → Read More

Council denies letting flowers die under loyalist murderer poster

A council has denied deliberately leaving plants hanging under a banner glorifying a UVF killer to die. → Read More