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Belfast Telegraph

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Recent articles by Jonathan:

Coronavirus: PSNI investigating pitch invasion after GAA final in Omagh

Police say they are reviewing footage of a pitch invasion at the end of a GAA final in Tyrone on Sunday. → Read More

DUP's Paisley fined over donations from two Northern Ireland councils

The DUP MP Ian Paisley has been fined for accepting donations from two Northern Ireland councils. → Read More

Coronavirus Northern Ireland: Two further deaths and 109 cases as row rages over new restrictions

Two further people in Northern Ireland have died after testing positive for coronavirus, the Department of Health has confirmed. → Read More

Executive Office compensation offers for abuse victims' over data breach

Offers of compensation have been made to more than 40 victims of historical institutional abuse after their details were leaked in a data breach, a solicitor for the victims has confirmed. → Read More

One in hospital and rescue operation underway after car plunges into water at Strangford

A rescue operation is underway in Strangford after a car plunged into the water. → Read More

Man in hospital and rescue operation underway after car plunges into water at Strangford

A rescue operation is underway in Strangford after a car plunged into the water. → Read More

Former UTV presenter Brian Black dies after car plunges into water at Strangford

Former UTV presenter Brian Black has died after his car plunged into the water at Strangford Harbour. → Read More

Coronavirus Northern Ireland: O'Neill calls for mandatory face masks

The Northern Ireland Executive looks poised to implement mandatory face masks. → Read More

Oh no it isn't... panto cancelled after Grand Opera House delays reopening

Belfast's Grand Opera House has delayed its reopening and cancelled the annual pantomime. → Read More

Coronavirus Northern Ireland: Three weeks without Covid-19 death

Northern Ireland has gone three weeks without a death from Covid-19. → Read More

SDLP announces death of former leader John Hume

The SDLP has announced the death of former party leader John Hume. → Read More

DUP's Poots says there is a 'climate crisis' after 'department error' briefing paper

DUP Agriculture Minister Edwin Poots has said there is a climate crisis and he will make "significant" changes and be an "achiever" on tackling the issue. → Read More

No danger to Arlene Foster's DUP leadership, says Poots after MLA rebellion

DUP stalwart Edwin Poots has given party leader Arlene Foster his full support after an unprecedented rebellion in the party. → Read More

Anger over Omagh bomber support poster

A South Down councillor has hit out at the appearance of a poster in support of Omagh Bomber Liam Campbell and calling for his extradition to be stopped. → Read More

Controversial Northern Ireland incinerator plan secures connection to electricity grid

A controversial incinerator project - which has indirectly brought about new legislation at Stormont which saw an unprecedented DUP rebellion - has secured a connection to the electricity grid. → Read More

Unbowed, unbroken and no regrets: DUP's Campbell says Irish remarks showed republican leadership 'in worst possible light'

Veteran DUP MP Gregory Campbell has remained defiant over his latest remarks on the Irish language, instead saying it shows republican leadership "in the worst possible light". → Read More

Third night of disorder in north Belfast

Police again came under attack in north Belfast for a third night in a row. → Read More

Inga Maria Hauser: No prosecution of suspects in murder probe

Northern Ireland's Public Prosecution Service (PPS) has taken a decision not to prosecute two individuals in connection with the murder of German teenager Inga Maria Hauser in Northern Ireland more than 30 years ago. → Read More

Police Federation hits out at 'inappropriate' proposals to rebrand PSNI crest

THE Police Federation has said officers are concerned at proposals to remove the words "Northern Ireland" from the crest on their uniforms. → Read More

Will PSNI drop 'Northern Ireland' from crest? No decision yet says police chief

No decisions have been made on a new-look PSNI brand, which includes a proposal for a crest without the term "Northern Ireland," police have said. → Read More