Rebecca Black, Belfast Telegraph

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Belfast Telegraph

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Recent articles by Rebecca:

Sinn Fein’s Michelle O’Neill ‘not available’ to greet Duchess of Cambridge

Sinn Fein’s leader in Northern Ireland was “not available” to meet the Duchess of Cambridge on her visit to the region. → Read More

Couple ‘living the dream’ after tying the knot in NI’s first same-sex marriage

A couple who tied the knot in Northern Ireland’s first same sex marriage said they are living the dream. → Read More

Counting begins in Ireland’s election as exit poll shows knife-edge result

The counting process has begun in Ireland’s General Election with an exit poll indicating the result is on a knife edge. → Read More

Security operation launched after suspicious object reported in Lurgan

A security operation has been sparked in Lurgan following the report of a suspicious object. → Read More

Activist dressed as stick of celery highlights climate change at Irish polling station

An activist dressed up as a giant stick of celery targeted two Irish politicians at a polling station as they prepared to cast their votes. → Read More

Rise in shootings, bombings and paramilitary-style attacks, NI figures show

There has been an increase in the number of shootings, bombing incidents and paramilitary-style attacks in Northern Ireland over the past year, newly published police statistics have revealed. → Read More

Regulations around pensions for people injured during Troubles splits parties

Northern Ireland’s parties are divided over newly published regulations for a pension scheme to look after those severely injured in the Troubles. → Read More

Leo Varadkar says Ireland will take firm line in post-Brexit trade talks

Ireland will take a very firm line in post-Brexit trade talks, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar said. → Read More

Pipe bombs found in Londonderry and north Belfast

Two pipe bombs have been found following a security alert in Londonderry. → Read More

Deputy chief constable recommendation ratified by Policing Board

A recommendation for Northern Ireland’s next deputy chief constable has been endorsed by the Policing Board. → Read More

Funding alone will not clear waiting lists, official tells health committee

All the money in the world today will not clear hospital waiting lists overnight, the most senior official in the department of health has said. → Read More

NI Health Minister working with Westminster amid threat of coronavirus

Northern Ireland’s Health Minister has said he is working with Westminster and the other devolved regions in preparation for a case of coronavirus. → Read More

Final act at European Parliament was to vote against withdrawal deal – DUP MEP

DUP MEP Diane Dodds said her final act in the European Parliament was to vote against the Withdrawal Agreement. → Read More

There must be no barriers to trade after Brexit, Northern Ireland leaders insist

Northern Ireland’s First and Deputy First Ministers have insisted the region’s voice must be heard in Brexit negotiations. → Read More

Woman at centre of citizenship battle takes campaign to US

A Northern Ireland woman who is challenging a court ruling that she is British and not Irish is taking her campaign to the United States. → Read More

Barnier: Frictionless trade impossible after Brexit

Frictionless trade after Brexit will be impossible, the EU chief Brexit negotiator has said. → Read More

Seven people arrested as part of £215m money laundering operation in Northern Ireland

Seven people have been arrested following a major police operation against money laundering in Northern Ireland. → Read More

Seven people arrested as part of £215m money laundering operation probe in Northern Ireland

Seven people have been arrested following a major police operation against money laundering in Northern Ireland. → Read More

Pipe bomb thrown at house in Co Down

A woman and children have escaped physical injury after a pipe bomb was thrown at a property in Co Down in the early hours of Monday. → Read More

NI parties pledge to make Assembly work despite ‘imperfect’ deal

Northern Ireland’s smaller parties pledged their commitment to making the Stormont Assembly work, despite an “imperfect” draft deal. → Read More