Claire Williamson, Belfast Telegraph

Claire Williamson

Belfast Telegraph

United Kingdom

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Recent articles by Claire:

Yes sir, I can still boogie: NI charity for elderly turns the tea dance into a disco

It's a disco - but with a difference. → Read More

30 missing person reports made to PSNI every day

Around 30 people are reported missing to the PSNI every day in Northern Ireland. → Read More

How Holly’s pet portrait Christmas presents turned into a runaway business

They're your pets - but not as you've ever seen them before. → Read More

Parents speak of joy after two sets of triplets born within 24 hours at same hospital

The proud parents of one of two sets of triplets born within 24 hours at a hospital in Co Down have told of the moment they found out they were expecting their trio. → Read More

Northern Ireland triplet treasures

The proud parents of one of two sets of triplets born within 24 hours at a hospital in Co Down have told of the moment they found out they were expecting their trio. → Read More

Behind the scenes at Bangor DIY SOS

He's the man who fits weeks of building work into just a few days. → Read More

Video: Meet the Northern Ireland singing doc who's hitting all the right notes with young patients

He's a doctor with a difference - as you might hear him before you see him. → Read More

Woman shot nine times by UVF gets Royal seal of approval for business

A 29-year-old Belfast woman who was shot nine times by the UVF has showcased her beauty business at a royal reception in London. → Read More

Watch: Couple get engaged at Michael Buble Belfast concert

Proposals are daunting for most couples — but they have an added extra pressure when you do it in front of a sold-out crowd in the SSE Arena Belfast. → Read More

Lightbody expecting 'something special' for Bangor Ward Park gig

Thousands of fans are set to descend on Bangor today for Snow Patrol's homecoming Ward Park 3 gig. → Read More

Exam stress drives thousands to seek help from Childline

Thousands of young people across the UK have turned to Childline for support as they struggle with exam stress. → Read More

NI ex-pat inspired to take on Everest challenge after her dad's life-changing accident

A phone call one afternoon to Frances Carlisle from her brother Mark broke the news that would change their family's lives for ever. → Read More

Paralysed cyclist says year ban for Northern Ireland pastor who mowed him down is 'a joke'

A cyclist left paralysed from the waist down, and who remains in "chronic pain" after being hit by a car, has branded the sentence handed to the woman responsible a "joke". → Read More

Blind and paralysed polar adventurer Mark continues to inspire as he plans bike challenge

He was the first blind person to reach the South Pole - and 10 years on from that incredible feat Mark Pollock is continuing to defy the odds. → Read More

How running one short mile could benefit cancer kids like Reese

It's just one mile, but it could make the world of difference to children suffering from cancer and their families. → Read More

Springtime sunshine spreads a little bit of 'Portmagic' ahead of The Open

They call it "Portmagic" - and with less than 100 days to go before the historic return of The Open to Portrush, it's all go in the seaside resort. → Read More

Co Down teen Niamh McGeoghegan's spinal cord severed in Spanish balcony fall

A mum has told of her anguish as she remains at the bedside of her daughter who suffered life-changing injuries after plunging from a third floor balcony at an apartment in Spain. → Read More

Belfast's Grand Opera House to close for up to 10 months during restoration

The Grand Opera House will be closed for 10 months next year as restoration work begins. → Read More

Rare turtle that washed up in Donegal on display at Exploris

A loggerhead sea turtle found washed up on a Co Donegal beach in January is to go on display at the Exploris Aquarium. → Read More

Northern Ireland boy with cystic fibrosis will move to Republic if drug not made available

A local mum is planning to relocate over the border to access a lifesaving drug for her child, who has cystic fibrosis. → Read More