Linda Stewart, Belfast Telegraph

Linda Stewart

Belfast Telegraph

United Kingdom

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Recent articles by Linda:

Meet the Northern Ireland astrophysicist hoping to shed new light on the Sun

Pink Floyd may have immortalised the mystery of the dark side of the Moon, but the other side of the Sun remains an even bigger enigma that is yet to be uncovered. → Read More

Northern Ireland cancer survivors tell their stories for World Cancer Day

If you were diagnosed with cancer in the Seventies, the outlook was bleak, with less than a quarter of patients surviving. But with advances in early diagnosis, tests, surgery, medication and radiotherapy techniques, those odds have been turned around, with half of cancer patients now surviving at least 10 years. → Read More

Meet the Northern Ireland coaches serving up a love of tennis

As Wimbledon enters into its second week, Linda Stewart talks to three Northern Ireland trainers about their work and what it takes to reach the top. → Read More

The Northern Ireland couples who said ‘I do’ to a big budget wedding

It’s meant to be the best day of your life, and with the price tag for the average wedding now at £30,000 it seems that the betrothed aren’t afraid to push the financial boat out. Linda → Read More

Balmoral Show: Animal magic! The endangered breeds on show

Four enthusiasts tell Linda Stewart why they have decided to concentrate on these intriguing rare breeds of cattle, pigs, sheep and poultry and how they are being saved from extinction. → Read More

David Baddiel: 'Now dad's become quieter and can just about remember who I am'

Most people call it Pick's Disease, but in the Baddiel family it's known as Colin Baddiel disease - a form of dementia that makes you a bit more sweary and disinhibited than normal. → Read More

Belfast Marathon - why they decided to take up the challenge

Tomorrow's Deep RiverRock Belfast City Marathon will be the first time the race has been run on a Sunday, provoking criticism and support in equal measure. Many evangelical Christians r → Read More

Me and my health: BBC Northern Ireland newsreader Jo Scott on her lifestyle

The 47-year-old BBC News NI newsreader lives in Belfast with husband Gerry and sons James (11) and Ollie (8). She is co-presenter of Home Ground which returns next Monday → Read More

Meet the Co Down mother who gave up a high-flying career to start a nursery school

Is there anywhere you can escape the talk of Brexit? You'd think a daycare nursery might be a Brexit-free zone - but the children will come out with something surprising pretty much eve → Read More

How NI student Megan rose to occasion to scoop bronze at the Chelsea Flower Show

This is the spectacular throne of roses that won Megan Ingram (18) a bronze medal at the Chelsea Flower Show. → Read More

Cousin’s tribute to Fermanagh teen Neil Graham tragically killed in farming accident

The cousin of a Fermanagh teenager who died in an accident involving farm machinery says everyone thought the world of him. → Read More

Northern Ireland mum teaches sons at home over wi-fi concern

A couple from Downpatrick have explained why they are home-schooling their three boys - due to fears about the dangers of wi-fi radiation. → Read More

Balmoral Show 2018: All the videos and pictures from Day 2

They prayed for birthday sunshine - and the weatherman delivered for the first two days of the Balmoral Show. → Read More

Balmoral Show 2018: Videos and pictures from Day One

Pedigree pigs and poultry, toy tractors and traybakes - the Balmoral Show is celebrating a very special birthday as it kicks off this morning. → Read More

Ophelia closure of offices and shops could cost Northern Ireland economy £30m

Storm Ophelia could cost the Northern Ireland economy as much as £30m, according to leading economist Dr Esmond Birnie. → Read More

National Trust members hit out at four-hour waits at Carrick-a-Rede

The National Trust has come under fire from disgruntled members, who say they face frustrating waits of up to four hours at the popular Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge. → Read More

Northern Ireland OAP fumes after bin isn’t emptied three times in a row

A pensioner with heart problems has described her frustration after claiming binmen failed to empty her bin for the third fortnight in a row. → Read More

Grenfell Tower: Car blaze victim Melanie's words of hope for badly-burnt survivors

A Fermanagh woman who was left badly burned by a car fire that claimed her sister's life says there is light at the end of the tunnel for those injured at Grenfell Tower. → Read More

Balmoral Show: Echo the heifer becomes unlikely moo-vie star on Facebook

A Co Down heifer has become an unlikely social media star as her owners count down to the Balmoral Show this week. → Read More

Blow for Portadown autistic boy as assistance dog suffers injuries in road smash

A nine-year-old boy with autism who has been waiting three years for an assistance dog will now have to be patient until the end of summer after his new best friend was injured in a min → Read More