Stephanie Bell, Belfast Telegraph

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Belfast Telegraph

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Stowaway Northern Ireland poodle found after 300-mile English adventure

A pet poodle who went missing from his Belfast home at the start of December has been reunited with his owner in England after arriving there as a stowaway on a boat. → Read More

What's another year? Well known faces reflect on their highs and lows of 2019

Well-known faces open their hearts about their personal highs and lows in 2019 - and reveal what they're looking forward to in the year to come. → Read More

Kilkeel dad devised fat-free meal range to help 20 stone son desperate to lose weight

A Co Down dad's devotion to helping his son lose weight has put the family at the forefront of healthy food manufacturing in Northern Ireland. Sean Morgan, a Kilkeel butcher, devised hi → Read More

Mum who rescued seven kids from Lurgan house fire overwhelmed by generosity of community

A Co Armagh mum who saved her seven children from their blazing home has said she was overwhelmed by the support of her community afterwards. → Read More

The Northern Ireland couple who are building their (tiny) dream home

A young Co Down couple are hoping to embrace a simpler lifestyle by building a tiny house on wheels. Michael Rauch (25) and his girlfriend Alex Connolly (25) are building their first ho → Read More

Meet the Northern Ireland woman who makes pooches the guests of honour at owners' weddings

Joanne Cairns, from Maghaberry, will dress up the pets, chaperone them for photos and even care for them while couples are away on honeymoon. → Read More

Man who lost eyesight achieves dream of attending The Open at Portrush

A local golf fan who has recently had to come to terms with going blind proved that life can still be enjoyed to the full when he took his place among the spectators yesterday at The Op → Read More

The Open: Internet golf sensation Noah stunned to meet hero Tommy Fleetwood

A golf prodigy from Belfast has been left starstruck after meeting his hero Tommy Fleetwood at The Open. → Read More

Watch: Belfast golf prodigy Noah (5) a huge hit online as he marvels with mighty drive

As Portrush prepares to welcome the world's biggest golf stars, a five-year-old Belfast boy with a natural talent for the game has become a social media hit. → Read More

Couple who lovingly restored Co Tyrone corn mill put 'historic gem' on market

An historic 19th century corn mill which has survived with its early technology and original water wheel has gone on the market in Co Tyrone. → Read More

Perfect for Wimbledon fans! Ace Northern Ireland homes with tennis courts

Tennis season has arrived and as the strawberries and champagne come out at Wimbledon, racquets are being dusted down across the country as more people are inspired to take up the game. → Read More

Northern Ireland estate agent and partner find dream home in sun on hit TV show

A Co Down estate agent and his partner will appear in the popular TV series A Place in the Sun, searching for a house in Spain. → Read More

NI estate agent and partner find dream home in sun on hit TV show

A Co Down estate agent and his partner will appear in the popular TV series A Place in the Sun, searching for a house in Spain. → Read More

TV legends Gloria Hunniford and Jackie Fullerton on BBC licence fee controversy

The BBC's announcement that it is to make most over-75s pay the TV licence fee has caused a furious backlash this week with many of its own stars turning on the corporation. → Read More

In demand as a model for top fashion brands, the NI woman who lost one of her legs to cancer

A young west Belfast woman who had her leg amputated last year is making her mark in the international modelling world. → Read More

Northern Ireland climber ‘devastated’ after search for pal missing on Everest called off

The local adventurer who led the Everest expedition in which Irishman Seamus 'Shay' Lawless died has said he is devastated that the search for his body has been called off. → Read More

IRA bomb victim cycling 3,000 miles across the US for mental health awareness

A soldier who was left suicidal after suffering a catastrophic brain injury in an IRA bomb is set to tackle the biggest cycling challenge in the world for mental health - the 3,000-mile → Read More

Armagh dad in deadly defect warning after phone bursts into flames

A Co Armagh man has warned of a potentially deadly defect in a Chinese-made smartphone after one spontaneously combusted in his home. → Read More

North West 200: Life & love in the fast lane with the wives of two top riders

Around 100,000 people are in the seaside towns of Portrush and Portstewart this weekend for Ireland's biggest annual sporting event. The thrilling, high speed North West 200 is bigger t → Read More

Why vital Northern Ireland cancer units must be saved

In response to proposals to withdraw breast cancer assessment services from two major hospital sites here, Stephanie Bell talks to two women about their experiences and why they are bat → Read More