I was very sorry to hear of the death of Trevor Hanna. He was one of the old school of Ulster journalists who began work before the troubles and survived them triumphantly. A formidable popular journalist nationally and locally, he didnt allow his allegiances to get in the way of a good story, either written by himself or supplied to name writers in the UK national media. A freemason, he also belonged to the wider freemasonry of journalism that had no problem in personally crossing the sectarian divide. The eulogy of his professional obituary belongs to the era of Trevor at the top of his form.