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DATA LOST

All the links from the first half of April 2006 have been lost due to my error. I'm trying to figure out if there's any way to get the information back.

UPDATE: I have now retrieved the data from April 1 - April 11 & April 15.

John Fay

Saturday, April 15

Language used by the IRA being seen as significant: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

DUP insist – give us the time and we will deliver: The News Letter

Taxpayer forks out £9m to retain Stormont: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Many challenges ahead for parties: (from the Irish News)
Editorial

Challenge is to face down the DUP: Daily Ireland (Apr 7)
Editorial

Dead men tell no tales: Village (Apr 6)
Gerry Adams

Loyalists to protest at Easter parade: The News Letter

UVF is not sabre-rattling – Ervine: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Time to disband: The News Letter
Editorial

UDA fails to decide on fate of Shoukris: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

Experts examine bomb for clues: Belfast Telegraph
Ruairi McLaren

Police blame dissidents for bomb 'lunacy': Derry Journal

Shuddering jolt of an SDLP collision: Daily Ireland (Apr 11)
Editorial

Judge lashes US anti-terror laws: Belfast Telegraph
Sean O'Driscoll

Moderator turns down RUC invite: BBC

Spare Us the Cures From Quacks: The Blanket (Apr 9)
Seamus Kilby

Mystery surrounds how and why Gareth O'Connor met his death: (from the Irish News)
Sharon O'Neill

Bomb plot ignored: Daily Ireland (Apr 12)
Ciarán Barnes

Queen honours Dublin man for cross-border work: UTV Internet (Apr 6)

Republicans commemorate death of Gerard Casey: Ballymoney Times

Playwright forced into exile for revealing uncomfortable truths about loyalism: Sunday Tribune (Apr 9)
Patricia Danaher

Cautious Strachan ducks sectarian issue: Daily Telegraph
Roddy Forsyth

--- 1916 ---

Ahern wants all traditions to feel embraced by parade: The Irish Times
Mark Brennock and Fiona Gartland

President recalls sacrifices of the past with pride: Irish Independent

Dublin march-past 'will romanticise IRA': Daily Telegraph
Tom Peterkin

Past wounds meet present conflict as Dublin celebrates 90th anniversary of Easter Rising: The Independent
David McKittrick

No such confusion: Daily Ireland
Laurence McKeown

Ireland on the march: Daily Telegraph
Editorial

{Missing days — April 12-April 14}

Tuesday, April 11

Peace push hit as Provo arrested in vodka hijack: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Hijack will cause 'distrust' in peace process: The Irish Times
Conor Lally and Mark Hennessy

SF denies republican involvement in hijacking: RTE

The vodka heist that puts credibility on the rocks: Irish Independent

Talk to parties or you will fail, Ford tells Hain: The News Letter

Adams call on DUP to enter power-sharing: UTV Internet

Bell named new assembly speaker: BBC

Puppetry nor Plan B can bring us fairytale ending: (from the Irish News)
Tom Kelly

Frayed nerves: Irish Independent
Editorial

Donaldson should have lived out his life in misery, says former US leader of IRA: Belfast Telegraph
Sean O'Driscoll

Donaldson 'a broken man with a lot of enemies': Sunday Business Post (Apr 9)
Harry Walsh

Donaldson's edge in the spy game: Sunday Tribune (Apr 9)

SDLP accuses MI5 of Omagh failure: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Orde's gunning for personal weapons: Sunday Life (Apr 9)
Alan Murray

Re-election of policing board chief a good move: The News Letter
Editorial

Stalwarts launch broadside on SDLP leadership: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

Durkan dismisses talk of leadership challenge: Belfast Telegraph
Ruairi McLaren and Noel McAdam

Abusing the legacy of Jerry McCabe: Sunday Tribune (Apr 9)

Policeman speaks of new hopes for Harryville: Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Fein in bid for Green Paper on unity: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

UDA tells Shoukris 'shape up or ship out': (from the Irish News, Apr 8)
Barry McCaffrey

LVF threats forced me into hiding - Lennon: Sunday Life (Apr 9)
Ciaran McGuigan

Republican on fourth day of hunger strike: Daily Ireland
Mick Hall

Questions led to change of story: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

IRA informer hits out at police: BBC

Thirty years on, no justice for couple gunned down at home: (from the Irish News)
Sharon O'Neill

Gordon Wilson's wife talks about her family's bond with the McGoldricks: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Derry's name to be decided soon: Derry Journal (Apr 7)

Four new unionist peers appointed: BBC

All's changed, a terrible duty is borne out of 1916: Irish Independent

1916 march 'to honour deeds of Irish army': Daily Ireland

Monday, April 10

Gerry Adams – 'The war is over for me ... but is it over for Ian Paisley?': The Independent
David McKittrick

Plan B would 'ignore' NI parties: BBC

Will they sort it out? Dream on: Sunday Life (Apr 9)
Lynda Gilby

Useless shadow boxing years are now behind us: (from the Irish News, Apr 8)
James Kelly

SDLP refuses deal with Sinn Fein: The Sunday Times (Apr 9)
Liam Clarke

Britain's spy in IRA 'was killed as revenge for SAS ambush': Daily Telegraph
Tom Peterkin

Did agent set up a top Provo for RUC ambush?: Sunday Life (Apr 9)

Gardai begin major sweep for Donaldson murder weapon: Irish Independent
Anne-Marie Walsh

Donaldson betrayed: Sunday Life (Apr 9)

SF/IRA's disloyal children are always murder targets: Sunday Independent (Apr 9)
Brendan O'Connor

Donaldson rose through ranks to position of trust: Daily Ireland (Apr 5)
Eamonn Houston

The little charmer who loved women: Sunday Independent (Apr 9)
David McKittrick

No tears over Denis Donaldson: (from the Sunday Tribune, Apr 9)
Suzanne Breen

Donaldson did some service to two states: Sunday Independent (Apr 9)
Eoghan Harris

What's one less IRA grass?: The Spectator
Jenny McCartney

Cottage's links with violent Irish history: Sunday Business Post (Apr 9)
Colm Heatley

Victims of violence: Belfast Telegraph (Apr 8)
Alf McCreary

Murder report imminent: Daily Ireland (Apr 5)
Ciarán Barnes

Assets bureau keeps Murphy raid million: (from the Irish News, Apr 8)

Policing the Status Quo: The Blanket (Apr 1)
Mick Hall

IRA victims teaming up to sue Libya in US courts: Irish Independent
Bernard Purcell

Parades forum ousts minister over 'NIO talks': Sunday Life (Apr 9)

Former Real IRA leader McKevitt attacks Sinn Féin: (from the Sunday Tribune, Apr 9) – link repaired
Suzanne Breen

1916 parade may 'hinder peace process': Irish Examiner
Paul O'Brien

Dublin still split on Easter Rising: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

Taoiseach urges public to honour 1916 Rising: Irish Independent
Senan Molony

International Fund for Ireland 'waste of money': (from the Irish News, Apr 8)
Keith Bourke

CPI closed down after legal threat: The Sunday Times (Apr 9)
Siobhan Maguire

NI business leaders meet PM: UTV Internet (Apr 6)

Time to tap North's economic potential: Sunday Business Post (Apr 9)
Editorial

Trimble urges Spain to learn from NI process: RTE

Reid – ETA inspired by process in Ireland: Daily Ireland (Apr 3)
Eóghan Ó Néill

Sunday, April 9

Pressures mount to get N. Ireland peace on track: Boston Globe
Kevin Cullen

Sinn Fein 'will enter Stormont': BBC

Plan B for the North: Sunday Business Post
Pat Leahy

Devolution deadline will be written into emergency legislation: UTV Internet

Politicians 'reluctant to take power': BBC
Mark Devenport

Timing of Donaldson killing spells trouble for peace process: Sunday Business Post
Colm Heatley

Assembly swan song: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Finally, a possible end to the North's political impasse: Sunday Business Post
Tom McGurk

Completing an Irish Peace: New York Times
Editorial

Last chance saloon: The Sunday Times
Editorial

Gridlock on the road to peace: Sunday Independent
Editorial

Murdered spy laid to rest in Belfast: Scotland on Sunday
Nicholas Christian

Donaldson 'cheerful' in 'cosy cottage' – census man: Sunday Independent
Paddy Clancy

Ex-RUC man helped find Donaldson: Sunday Business Post
Colm Heatley

Donaldson murder sparked IRA emergency summit: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Donaldson killed 'to appease hardliners': Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Why everyone wanted Britain's double agent dead: Sunday Herald
Neil Mackay

Murdered spy was planning to move: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Who killed Denis Donaldson?: (from the Sunday Tribune)
Suzanne Breen

Republicans "with grudge" killed Donaldson – INLA tells 'Journal': Derry Journal (Apr 7)

Provos hired hitman to kill Donaldson: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Donaldson most likely killed by IRA malcontents: (from the Irish Times, Apr 8)
Ed Moloney

Dead man walking: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Tout and turncoat name-calling is no excuse for bloody murder: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Terminated with extreme prejudice: Sunday Business Post
Eamonn McCann

Apprentice boys get go-ahead for Ardoyne march: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

DPP meets in Orange hall to discuss PSNI: Daily Ireland (Apr 7)
Connla Young

Garda and PSNI saddle up for patrol: Belfast Telegraph (Apr 6)
Linda McKee

Mischievous SF motion tackles disabled access: (from the Irish News, Apr 6)
Newton Emerson

Aid 'divisive' Protestant: Daily Ireland
Mick Hall

The big lesson is not to forget the kids ...: Belfast Telegraph (Apr 5)
Lindy McDowell

Inefficiency pays off: Irelandclick.com (Apr 6) (Apr 7)
Des Wilson

The evil legacy of the Easter Rising: The Observer
Geoffrey Wheatcroft

Saturday, April 8

Ahern says North's politicians marginalised: Irish Examiner
Conor Keane

Government has taken the wrong step, says Paisley: The News Letter

Pressure mounts on Paisley: Daily Ireland

White House support for Blair/Ahern plan: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

So... can it be made to work?: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Failure to take this opportunity 'will mean the failure of politics': (from the Irish News)
William Graham

SF to discuss proposals: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

Will it all mean more threats, bribes and dangled promises?: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

British and Irish partnership in peace process as strong as ever: (from the Irish News)
Bertie Ahern

Question remains – Will British government be prepared to stand up to the unionist veto?: Daily Ireland
Gearóid O Cairealláin

Lack of trust bodes ill for restoration of Assembly: The News Letter
Editorial

Political progress must not be next victim of British: Irelandclick.com
Editorial

Parties must seize chance to go forward: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Donaldson was blasted through front door of hideaway: Irish Examiner
Alan Erwin and Michael Brennan

Family of murdered agent Donaldson accepts IRA's denial of responsibility: Daily Telegraph
Tom Peterkin

Family of murdered spy bitter against British: The Times (Apr 7)
Jenny Booth and David Sharrock

Truth is found in what lies beneath: Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

The thorn in the republicans' side: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan and Owen Bowcott

The spy who left peace out in cold – twice: The Times
David Sharrock, Daniel McGrory and Sean O'Neill

Where the gun remains the ultimate sanction: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

New life abroad beckons for IRA 'touts': Daily Telegraph (Apr 6)
Thomas Harding

Our memories need to be: (from the Irish News)
Denis Bradley

What happened the missing 40,000?: Irelandclick.com

Answers needed: The Times
Editorial

Cui Bono?: Irish Echo
Editorial

Paisley going strong at 80: BBC (Apr 6)
Mark Devenport

Parades body rules on loyalist marches: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

Division over parade for Seamus McIlwaine: Impartial Reporter

IRA double agent arrested in Holyhead: icWales (Apr 7)

US chef awaits break-in decision: BBC

Interview with Michael McKevitt: The Blanket

£33 million loyalist package – Is it the answer?: Irelandclick.com
Áine McEntee

UUP vote yes to All-Ireland: Irelandclick.com
Joe Nawaz

Friday, April 7

Blair and Ahern set deadline for Ulster power-sharing deal: The Times
David Sharrock

November deadline set for NI parties to work together: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty and Stephen Collins

Threat of a green-tinged Stormont as Blair raises the heat on Paisley: The Independent
David McKittrick

Paisley – Irish Government has more say over North than people of the North: Irish Examiner
Dan McGinn

Bush plea over NI devolution plan: BBC

'This is your best chance ever': Irish Independent
Gene McKenna and Dominic Cunningham

SF response to governments' statement: UTV Internet

Assembly can still be restarted, says DUP: Belfast Telegraph
Sean O'Driscoll

DUP told share power or assembly is finished: Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

Formal terror role for monitoring body: The News Letter

Premiers' journey appears even more difficult: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Day they gave the last rites to final deadlines in North: Irish Independent

Proposals likely to fall short of the mark: (from the Irish News)
Jim Gibney

No more charades: Irish Independent

Deadline for Northern Ireland: The Herald
Editorial

Be prepared for a bit of assembly-lite: Daily Ireland
Editorial

Shadow of a killer cannot darken talks: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Power-sharing deadline – test ahead for latest ultimatum: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Donaldson's car searched as gardaí hunt killers: Irish Examiner
Alan Erwin and Dan McGinn

No intelligence on Donaldson killing – Ahern: UTV Internet

Sinn Féin points finger at British: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

Hain – UK intelligence not involved: Daily Mail (Apr 6)

Former SF man – he knew the risks: The News Letter

Governments suspect IRA didn't sanction spy's killing: The Independent
David McKittrick

Speckled history of denial can only cast a large shadow of doubt: (from the Irish News)
Sharon O'Neill

British spy killing – Who did it?: BBC
Vincent Kearney

The Denis Donaldson I knew: Belfast Telegraph
Steven Alexander

Republicans' enemies had everything to gain: Daily Ireland
Jude Collins

Murder that mocks the peace process: Daily Mail (Apr 6)
Editorial

Dogged survivor holds key at 80: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Celebration and reflection as Ian Paisley turns 80: The News Letter

Consul urges people to back PSNI: Belfast Telegraph
Lisa Smyth

New board to meet chief constable: BBC

Rea wins second term as policing board chief: UTV Internet

Derry name row for court: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Hutton

Thursday, April 6

Blair – spy's murder will not ruin peace: The Herald
Michael Settle

Hain issues warning as killing casts cloud over Ulster talks: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott and Patrick Wintour

Republican members suspected of killing Donaldson: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty and Dan Keenan in Glenties

Killers pumped four shots into IRA 'traitor': Irish Independent
Tom Brady & Anita Guidera

Donaldson murder scene examined: BBC

Donaldson murder is 'a test of our resolve': Irish Independent
Gene McKenna, Dominic Cunningham and Geraldine Collins

'A bid to damage the peace process': Irish Examiner
Michael Brennan

IRA's denial of any involvement is dismissed as more 'weasel words': The News Letter

Conspiracy theories run rife in scramble to establish motive for murder: Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

Who Shot Spy? British informer Donaldson is found dead at his isolated Donegal cottage hide-out Gardaí say they haven't ruled out suicide: Daily Ireland
Mick Hall

Lonely life and death in home that was no refuge: The Guardian
Steven Morris and Owen Bowcott

He lived like a hermit in a remote cottage, but betray the Provos and nowhere is safe: Daily Telegraph
Tom Peterkin

Waiting for his killer to come, the ex-spy had reached end of a bloody road: The Times
David Sharrock

Former friends express lack of surprise: Daily Ireland
Mick Hall

Media reports 'helped locate fugitive's remote house': Irish Independent
Anita Guidera

Somebody decided they were going to make use of Denis, alive or dead: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Agent's home empty and on the market: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Regan

'There was simply no other place in the world for Denis Donaldson to go': The Times
Kevin Toolis

Will this murder end Blair's Irish gamble?: Daily Telegraph
Dean Godson

Editorials

Restored Assembly is given deadline to elect executive: The Times
Philip Webster

DUP peerages to set tone for talks: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

'DUP have US support in opt-out': The News Letter

Awe-inspiring setting for daunting task: BBC
Kevin Connolly

Just another day in Blair's hunt for peace: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

Sham assembly will be just like old times: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

Talk behind the curtains: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Our message to the north: The Guardian
Peter Hain

Politicians' duty to deliver in N. Ireland: Boston Globe
Dermot Ahern

Sinn Féin brands bank heist arrest as 'political': (from the Irish News)

Loyalist areas could receive building boost: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Nationalists 'denying' equality: The News Letter

Exclusive £33m funding 'treads dangerous path': (from the Irish News)
William Graham

Policing Board to elect new chair: BBC

DUP hits back at UUP over Paisley criticism: The News Letter

Inmate says wing's conditions 'punitive': Daily Ireland
Anton McCabe

Tributes flow for forgiving father of murder victim: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Regan

Wednesday, April 5

I.R.A. Turncoat Is Murdered in Donegal: New York Times
Brian Lavery

Sinn Fein betrayer mutilated and slain: New York Daily News
Joe Mahones & Derek Rose

Sinn Fein man who spied for British is found shot dead: The Scotsman
Deric Henderson

Double agent found murdered in Donegal cottage: The Irish Times
Mark Brennock

An act of revenge that casts a shadow over the future: The Independent
David McKittrick

'This is the type of killing we had hoped was consigned to the past': Irish Examiner
Paul O'Brien

Adams joins the chorus of condemnation at slaying: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna and Bernard Purcell

Sinn Féin denials no comfort to unionists: Irish Examiner
Dan McGinn

Forensic tests continue in Donegal: RTE

Agent's death 'won't stall peace': BBC

In a squalid refuge, double agent's past finally catches up with him: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott & Sam Jones

Donaldson was living in virtual squalor at a near-derelict cottage: Irish Examiner
Kieran McDaid

The Execution – How an IRA man turned British spy met his brutal end: The Independent
David McKittrick

Shadow of gunman casts a chill over rural idyll: Irish Independent
Anita Guidera

He played double life brilliantly all through Troubles: The Times
David Sharrock

Donaldson Survivor of the Year award a black twist: Irish Examiner
Paul O'Brien

The peace process is wounded by shooting . . . but not fatally: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna & Dominic Cunningham

Agent's death may hurt peace process: BBC
Martina Purdy

They haven't gone away: Irish Independent

Killing is steeped in a grisly symbolism: Irish Independent

Commons move to prevent Ulster power vacuum: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Paisley refuses to rule out 'miracle' return to Assembly: UTV Internet

Clock ticks for Assembly: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

Agreement still best way forward: Derry Journal
Editorial

'This foolishness can't be justified': The News Letter

Spy posts' days numbered: Daily Ireland
Connla Young

£33m poverty aid 'exclusively' for Protestants: Daily Telegraph
Tom Peterkin

£30m injection 'must bring end to unfairness': The News Letter

Minister's plan to tackle unionist 'disadvantage': Daily Ireland
Mick Hall

US pledge on UVF murder: UTV Internet

Speedy decision on parade body men called for: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

Ombudsman applicant lied, bias hearing told: Belfast Telegraph
Paul O'Hare

ARA's actions prompt a change of heart: (from the Irish News)
Breidge Gadd

Why crime must not pay for the gansters: The News Letter
Editorial

Man jailed over IRA base bombing: BBC

Exorcise the Ghosts to Revive the Party: The Blanket
John Coulter

Victim's family eye Europe: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Tuesday, April 4

Update

Donaldson shot dead in Co Donegal: RTE

**********

Sinn Fein will refuse to enter the shadows: Irish Independent
Bernard Purcell

Sinn Fein defiant after Blair meeting: UTV Internet

IMC – IRA don't fool us: The News Letter

Choice of summit venue a veiled threat to unionists: Irish Independent
Bernard Purcell

Time in the wilderness might be wisest option: (from the Irish News)
Tom Kelly

Opportunity to break deadlock must be seized: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Voters can go stew in anti-SF strategy: Daily Ireland
Editorial

Armagh watchtowers go: The Guardian
Richard Norton-Taylor

The reality of normalisation: Belfast Telegraph
Pol O Muiri

McKay 'must resign' from parades body: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

Agent Organge – Orange Order consulted on make-up of parades body – No residents' groups were approached: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

Attwood in call to amend restorative justice plans: UTV Internet

Ominous sign: The News Letter
Editorial

Multi-million scheme to tackle NI disadvantage: RTE

Loyalist group ousts its chairman: BBC

DUP must realise 'facts' are subjective: (from the Irish News)
Roy Garland

The £50,000 donation that lay ignored in a UUP bank account: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

MI5 intelligence on Omagh 'only passed on this year': Irish Examiner
Ian Graham

'North should be part of Britain and Republic' – forum: Daily Ireland
David Lynch

At the heart of the matter – Better inside engaging than outside ranting: Sunday Life (Apr 2)
Alan McBride

'Border Fox' in second bid for release: Irish Independent

Wear a lily with pride: Belfast Telegraph (Mar 29)
Brendan McDaid

Rival supporters reach out a hand of friendship: Belfast Telegraph (Mar 29)
Kevin Mullan

Council rejects Connolly tribute: BBC

DSD's funding folly: Irelandclick.com (Mar 31)
Editorial

I'll buy Slab farm: Sunday Life (Apr 2)
Stephen Gordon and Chris Anderson

Wur richt tae teach oor weans Ulster-Scotch: Belfast Telegraph
Jackie Morrison

Monday, April 3

Paisley plays down executive plan: BBC

Powerless Assembly would be a farce – Sinn Féin: Ireland_On-Line

Hain power grab is 'undermining GFA': Sunday Life (Apr 2)

Bugle call has sounded at last for all our MLAs: (from the Irish News, Apr 1)
James Kelly

DUP and SF must grasp last chance: (from the Irish News, Apr 1)
Editorial

Adams faces backlash after Slab farm raid: Sunday Life (Apr 2)
Alan Murray

Latest troop cuts show strategy is working – Sinn Féin: Irelandclick.com (Mar 31)
Evan Short

Rea expected to return as Policing Board chairman: UTV Internet

Funding boost for assets agency: BBC

Tensions rise over UDA 'fine': Sunday Life (Apr 2) — link repaired April 4
Alan Murray

Parties clash over £30m investment for loyalists: (from the Irish News, Apr 1)
Barry McCaffrey

Spin City: Daily Ireland (Mar 29)
Jarlath Kearney

Gallagher calls for more to be charged over Omagh bomb: UTV Internet

Scap approaches collusion probe: Sunday Life (Apr 2)
Alan Murray

UUP comes clean over mystery donation that came and went: The Sunday Times (Apr 2)
Liam Clarke

Family calls for McCabe inquest to be reopened: Irelandclick.com (Mar 31)
Evan Short

Getting Away With Murder: The Blanket (Mar 23)
Mick Hall

Candle to remember 1981 hunger strikes: Daily Ireland (Mar 27)

British invade again... but pay dearly this time: Irish Independent
Ralph Riegel

We're Becking England, say Ulster fans ...: Belfast Telegraph (Apr 1)
Jonathan McCambridge

A moment for boldness: The Guardian
Peter Preston

Sunday, April 2

DUP shuns No 10 for America: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Could Plan B be spur to progress?: BBC
Mark Devenport

Tony and Bertie ... the power rangers: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

Move to take SF off terrorist watchlist: Belfast Telegraph
Sean O'Driscoll

Exposed – SF's secret plan to stir up unrest: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

We scoff at SF's sinister ambitions at our peril: Sunday Independent
Jody Corcoran

New life in McCartney campaign for justice: (from the Sunday Tribune)
Suzanne Breen

McCartney flak hurt, SF admits: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Fresh start for the bar marked by murder: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Anatomy of a bloody feud...: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh Wallace and Lisa Smyth

UDA mural in Ballymena replaced: UTV Internet

Loyalist cash boost 'not enough': BBC

Omagh dad backs Real IRA demands: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Controversy casts doubt on Omagh witness: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Mary parades her courage: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Majority want a nation once again: Sunday Business Post
Pat Leahy

Ulster parents want integrated schools: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Drawing a Line Under the Past: The Blanket (Mar 17)
David Adams

Irish should also remember British dead, says MP: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

'Language act mistake': Irish Examiner (Mar 31)
Harry McGee

Language pledges ignored for decades: Daily Ireland (Mar 30)
Editorial

Ulster-Scots launch schools site: BBC (Mar 30)

PM 'attends Catholic Mass at No 10': Independent on Sunday
Marie Woolf

Peace be with you: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Ryder

Saturday, April 1

Parties in North given ultimatum on power-sharing: Irish Independent
Senan Molony

Governments accused of'diluting' Agreement: UTV Internet

Ahern urges parties to work with governments: RTE

D-Day for a deal: The News Letter

UUP challenges Government on 'secret deal' with SF: UTV Internet

Something must give if trust in North is to be built: Irish Independent

Sinn Fein Should Sign Up: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com
Editorial

UVF extend talks on stand-down: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Empey talks move exposes hypocrisy: Daily Ireland
Editorial

Bradley 'wrong' to call for nationalist board chairman: (from the Irish News)
William Graham

Over watching the detectives: Daily Ireland
Jarlath Kearney

Lords right to challenge 50/50 police recruitment: The News Letter (Mar 30)
Editorial

INLA hands over drugs seized from cocaine ring: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Operation Banner to End in North: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com
Brendan Anderson

Enniskillen to end links as garrison town: Impartial Reporter

Unionists Visit; Adams Off Watch List: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com
Sean O'Driscoll

Order still sore at parades deal: The News Letter

Vintage car owners turn the heat on Commission: Tyrone Times (Mar 24)

Would The Real Army Council, Please Stand Up: The Blanket (Mar 22)
Geoffrey Cooling

Garda/RUC 'co-operation on cover-up': Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

Ludlow murder appointment: (from the Irish News)
Margaret Canning

Loyalist Rage at Posters: Ballymoney and Moyle Times (Mar 30)

'We won't tolerate abuse of tricolour' – Derry Republicans: Derry Journal

Ireland is changing – but can we hack it?: Daily Ireland
Gearóid O Cairealláin

Vibrant city alive to the potential of real change: The News Letter (Mar 29)
Editorial



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