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Belfast Telegraph

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Recent articles by Rebecca:

Brother of internee shot dead in 1974 welcomes first step to fresh inquest

The brother of an internee shot dead in 1974 as he attempted to escape from Long Kesh prison camp has welcomed the first step towards a fresh inquest. → Read More

Loughgall inquest could take up to six months to complete, coroner told

A fresh inquest into the deaths of eight IRA men and a civilian shot dead by soldiers at Co Armagh in 1987 could take six months to complete. → Read More

Grandmother of missing Belfast woman Saoirse Smyth makes plea for closure

The grandmother of a missing west Belfast woman has pleaded for anyone who knows what happened to her to come forward. → Read More

Gerry Adams has lied over IRA membership, claims ex-member

Gerry Adams has “lied” by claiming he was never a member of the IRA, a former IRA member has alleged. → Read More

People ‘living for months in hostels before being recognised as homeless’

People are living for months in homeless hostels before being officially recognised as homeless, a campaigner has told a council committee. → Read More

More Northern Ireland schools set to fall into deficit, support body chief warns

More schools will fall into deficit unless Northern Ireland’s education system is bailed out, a support body chief has warned. → Read More

Abuse victims’ advocate calls for meeting with Julian Smith over compensation

The advocate for victims of historical abuse in Northern Ireland has pressed Julian Smith for an urgent meeting. → Read More

People born in Northern Ireland are legally British, residency hearing told

People born in Northern Ireland remain British citizens according to the law even if they identify as Irish, a court has heard. → Read More

Arlene Foster rules herself out as candidate in snap general election

Arlene Foster has ruled out standing as a candidate if a general election is called. → Read More

Silent demonstration at Stormont over planned liberalisation of abortion laws

Thousands of people have staged a silent demonstration at Stormont over the planned liberalisation of abortion laws in Northern Ireland. → Read More

Van driven into house in Derry in ‘reckless act’

A van has been driven into a house in Derry in what has been described as a “reckless act”. → Read More

Police watchdog probe into killing of dissident republican ‘nearing completion’

A police watchdog probe into the alleged discovery of surveillance equipment in a van driven by a prominent dissident republican prior to his murder is nearing completion, an inquest ha → Read More

Medieval gold seal, Viking silver arm ring and bronze age axes declared treasure

A medieval gold seal of a type not seen before by museums across the UK and Ireland is among three items that have been declared treasure at Belfast Coroner’s Court. → Read More

Watch: Crowds celebrate cultural diversity at Belfast Mela 2019

Thousands descended on a Belfast park for Northern Ireland's biggest annual celebration of cultural diversity. → Read More

Family of soldier killed in Guildford pub bombings denied legal aid for inquest

The denial of legal aid for the family of a young female soldier killed in the Guildford pub bombings has been described as a “travesty”. → Read More

Man in court on motoring offences a day after hospital release

A man has appeared in court charged with motoring offences the day after he was released from hospital. → Read More

West Belfast man appears in court accused of child grooming offence

A man has appeared in court in Belfast accused of trying to meet a child after a grooming attempt. → Read More

Three DUP MLAs fined for failing to declare donations within set time frame

Three DUP MLAs have been fined after failing to declare a donation within the set time frame. → Read More

Two arrested in Dublin over car bombing bid on officer at Belfast golf club

Two men have been arrested in Dublin over the attempted murder of a police officer in Belfast. → Read More

Police officer urges action to move society forward after dissident attack

One of the most senior police officers in Northern Ireland has urged action to move society forward following the latest terrorist attack. → Read More