Chris McCullough, Belfast Telegraph

Chris McCullough

Belfast Telegraph

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Past articles by Chris:

Trio bailed after stolen farm machinery found buried near Belfast

Three men have been released on bail following the discovery of stolen farm machinery that had been buried on farmland near Belfast. → Read More

£500 reward to find culprit behind milk dumping on Antrim coast

A cash reward has been offered by a Belfast dairy processor to catch a serial fly-tipper dumping milk on the Co Antrim coastline. → Read More

McCausland Airport Car Park in refund row after Belfast flights cancelled

Some holidaymakers who had their flights cancelled due to the Covid-19 virus have vented their anger after a car park servicing Belfast International Airport refused refunds. → Read More

Northern Ireland faces stormy weekend as Dennis sweeps in

More stormy weather is on the way for Northern Ireland, according to forecasters. → Read More

I really dig my job: Carrie Murray is Ireland's only female excavator operator

Meet Carrie, a 25-year-old from Co Down who is thought to be the only female excavator operator working on a demolition site in Ireland. → Read More

Lisburn girls rearing to go with new calves for schools challenge

Two teenagers from Wallace High School in Lisburn were among a number of pupils celebrating at the Balmoral Show yesterday as they became the temporary new owners of five calves. → Read More

Angry owners pull sheep from Balmoral Show

There will be no Blackface sheep at this week's Balmoral Show for the first time in the history of the flagship agricultural event. → Read More

Antrim farmer's dismay as bank powerless to stop £150k online raid of his account

A Co Antrim farmer and businessman has issued a warning for others to be extra vigilant after his bank account was emptied by online criminals. → Read More

Thieves raid Northern Ireland farm of vehicles and valuables as family sleep

A livestock auctioneer has slammed thieves who burgled his Omagh farm. → Read More

Man who oversaw Balmoral Show's move from Belfast to Lisburn leaves for fresh fields

The outgoing head of the Royal Ulster Agricultural Society (RUAS), who oversaw the move of its flagship Balmoral Show to Lisburn, has said he's → Read More

Soaring butter prices and Brexit on menu at Belfast dairy summit

A shortage of milk will further escalate rising butter prices, the World Dairy Summit has heard. → Read More

Mash Direct considers new EU export base after Brexit

A Northern Ireland vegetable farm and processor has said it may have to look at opening a new base within the EU once all the Brexit details have been fine tuned. → Read More

Hunt for blue tractor man who mowed wildflowers

The hunt is on for a man in a blue tractor who cut areas of wild grass and flowers which were part of a 'Don't Mow, Let It Grow' project near Garvagh. → Read More

Horrific chemical attack on Game of Thrones man's deer in Armagh

An horrific scene met a Co Armagh farmer when he went to check on his animals yesterday morning at the Northern Ireland Countrysports Fair in Scarva. → Read More

Sinn Fein back on attack over 'dark money' funding for DUP's Brexit campaign

The DUP still has serious questions to answer over the → Read More

Farmers harvest a world record in Co Meath

More than 100 self-propelled forage harvesters created quite a sight at the weekend as they lined up to set a world record by working together in the same field. → Read More

Doctors tell Northern Ireland brain tumour victim Kevin Carey that they can do no more

A Northern Ireland man who was at the centre of a massive fundraising campaign after being diagnosed with brain cancer has been told his treatment has stopped working. → Read More

Lisburn lady hopes tin whistle party piece is key to finding love on Take Me Out

Could a humble tin whistle be the secret weapon in a Northern Ireland girl's hopes of finding romance? → Read More

Police probe further two cars damaged in weekend arson attack rampage in Larne

Police are investigating a further two arson attacks following a weekend rampage in Larne. → Read More

Lamp post installed in middle of footpath in Northern Ireland town

A lamp post slap bang in the middle of a new footpath has been slammed as → Read More