Claire Williamson, Belfast Telegraph

Claire Williamson

Belfast Telegraph

United Kingdom

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Recent articles by Claire:

Kerry McLean's joy at new role with Parentline NI

BBC Radio Ulster presenter Kerry McLean has said she is "delighted" to be appointed an ambassador of Parentline NI. The free and confidential helpline offers advice, support and guidance for all parents and carers. → Read More

Moyra (82) walking 5k a day in support of Cancer Focus NI

An 82-year-old great-grandmother is aiming to walk 5k a day for three weeks to raise money for Cancer Focus Northern Ireland. → Read More

Belfast healthcare staff do a runner for children's cancer unit charity

They are swapping their scrubs for their running gear. → Read More

Northern Ireland health care workers have pay parity with England

Health Minister Robin Swann has confirmed that health care workers here are now in pay parity with their counterparts in England. → Read More

Harmonica playing Belfast veteran raising thousands for NHS aged 99

He bought his first harmonica in 1934. → Read More

Coronavirus: Childline inundated with calls from young people worried about pandemic

Childline has experienced unprecedented demand for its services as more and more young people become increasingly distressed about coronavirus. → Read More

Three familiar Northern Ireland faces on coping with homeschooling

Parents have begun the daunting task of homeschooling their children after classes closed to prevent the spread of coronavirus. → Read More

'I thought I'd just a bad hangover, but it turned out I had a rare cancer'

When Amber Scott woke up feeling awful after a night out with friends, she blamed her symptoms on a hangover. → Read More

David Charles saddles up for charity in memory of tragic baby Rachel

Almost a decade on - he still remembers the silence. → Read More

Scale of online hate revealed as social media cited in 13,000 crime reports

More than 13,000 suspected crimes linked to social media sites were reported to police in a three-year period, it can be revealed. → Read More

Stormont to review future of Irish and Ulster-Scots voicemail service

Ulster-Scots and Irish language voicemail services at Stormont are under review - and have been used so infrequently in 16 years that the Department for Communities is no longer keeping → Read More

Buyer beware: why snapping up a bargain could fund criminal gangs

The sale and purchase of counterfeit goods is costing Northern Ireland hundreds of millions of pounds every year. → Read More

Enda Dolan father in call for tougher drink drive sentences

The father of a young man killed by a drunk driver has described how the pain of his loss never goes away, as he urged the public to engage with a public consultation on tougher sentenc → Read More

Owner heartbroken over loss of rescued greyhound Norman

Norman the greyhound won a place in hearts far and wide when his horrific ordeal made headlines. → Read More

How little Charlie left legacy that fills family with pride

In just nine short years, Charlie Craig created a legacy that will last forever. → Read More

Translink: 90% of Glider accidents resulted in no injuries

Translink has said 90% of the incidents the Glider was involved in during its first year resulted in no injuries. → Read More

Belfast's Glider service involved in 88 collisions in first year

Translink's Glider service has been involved in more than one crash a week since it launched last year. → Read More

Investigation urged as Glider service involved in more than one crash a week in first year

Translink's Glider service has been involved in more than one crash a week since it launched last year. → Read More

Claims of inappropriate conduct at police training college in Belfast probed

The PSNI is investigating allegations of inappropriate conduct at its training college in east Belfast, it can be revealed. → Read More

Snow Patrol's Gary Lightbody to receive freedom of Ards and North Down

Snow Patrol frontman Gary Lightbody is set to receive the Freedom of his home borough in Northern Ireland. → Read More