Stephanie Bell, Belfast Telegraph

Stephanie Bell

Belfast Telegraph

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Recent articles by Stephanie:

The Northern Ireland couple who spent £200k on a derelict villa in Andalucia... now you can holiday there

A Northern Ireand couple who appeared on TV last year searching for their dream home in the sun have just finished a painstaking restoration of a Spanish villa. → Read More

Noah Donohoe changed our world: Search hero's tribute to Belfast teen

By nature Sean McCarry is a private person, but when it comes to talking about his passion for community rescue, his heart often overrules his head. The humble hero and reluctant interviewee helped found and now heads up the Community Rescue Service (CRS) in Northern Ireland, leading a team of 280 volunteers at all hours of the day and night and in all weathers to search for lost loved ones. → Read More

Story moves stranger to gift £2,500 for boy's surgery

A generous Belfast Telegraph reader left a charity boss astonished by the kindness of strangers for the second time in as many days. → Read More

Murdered Glenn Quinn's final call for help: UDA victim phoned brother in dying moments

The horror of Glenn Quinn's last hours as he lay broken and dying in agony in his flat after a vicious attack by UDA thugs haunts his sister Lesley's every waking moment. → Read More

Kind-hearted Belfast stranger hands over £2k for Filipino boy Matt's transplant

A Belfast charity boss was moved to tears by an act of kindness from a stranger who handed over £2,000 in cash she had saved to buy a new sofa. → Read More

Kind-hearted Belfast stranger hands over £2k savings for Filipino boy Matt's transplant

A Belfast charity boss was moved to tears by an act of kindness from a stranger who handed over £2,000 in cash she had saved to buy a new sofa. → Read More

NI people living with diabetes, but things could easily have gone wrong

When the coronavirus lockdown was imposed many people feared going to hospital A&E departments in case of accidental infection. But for Co Antrim mum Keira McCambridge that trip to hospital may have saved her six-year-old son's life. → Read More

Charity Charlene's Project raises £18k to feed villagers in Guatemala

People of all ages across Northern Ireland have rallied to support an emergency appeal for funds to feed two Central American villages after they ran out of food following six weeks of lockdown. → Read More

Rev Jonathan Abernethy-Barkley on finally forgiving IRA gunmen who murdered his father

A Belfast minister has told how faith helped him to finally forgive the IRA men who shot his father dead when he was just two years old. Rev Jonathan Abernethy-Barkley (34) still has the tickets to the circus which his father Colin Abernethy took him to a week before he was murdered in 1988. → Read More

It's kneads must for Armagh's Quarantine Baker Clarke Halliday

A Co Armagh baker is slaving for hours over a hot stove in his home to raise spirits ­­- and NHS funds - during lockdown. → Read More

Meet three Northern Ireland shop workers manning the front lines to help keep the nation fed

As grocery store staff continue working every day during the coronavirus pandemic, Stephanie Bell asks them what their experiences have been. → Read More

Portadown bonfire builders use pallets to pay tribute to the NHS

A loyalist bonfire cancelled because of Covid-19 has been turned into a giant tribute to the NHS. → Read More

Wedding gift sheets kept for 60 years are turned into scrubs

An elderly Co Antrim woman has donated a wedding gift of sheets she had kept for 60 years to be made into NHS scrubs. → Read More

Zoom with a view... take virtual tour and home in on your dream property

A Co Antrim property firm has launched Northern Ireland's first virtual viewings. → Read More

Armagh Observatory has recorded our weather since 1795 and it won't stop now

They have continued through famine and two world wars and now staff at Armagh Observatory and Planetarium (AOP) are determined their daily weather recordings will not be thwarted by the Covid-19 pandemic. → Read More

Music student to debut song composed with Dementia NI during online concert

A music student is set to stage a special online concert today to help lift the spirits of those living with dementia who are in self-isolation due to Covid-19. → Read More

Businessman Hagan donates £80k to two charities hit by lockdown

A Northern Ireland businessman has donated £80,000 to two charities hit by the coronavirus crisis. → Read More

Using mindfulness during coronavirus: Northern Ireland expert’s tips on lowering anxiety

Bridgeen Rea-Kaya is a pioneer of the practice of mindfulness in Northern Ireland but even she is not immune to the anxiety currently sweeping the nation over the spread of coronavirus. → Read More

How Ballymena mum Sharon Truesdale survived 'the madness of grief' after son's suicide

In a searingly honest account of the agony she went through after losing her teenage son to suicide, a Co Antrim mum has self-funded a book about her experience to help the many others going through the same pain. → Read More

Tiffany Brien spent £150,000 and six months turning rundown terrace into her dream home

Tiffany Brien has spent her career selling upmarket homes, so when it came to buying one of her own it is no surprise that she had a fairly lengthy wishlist. → Read More