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Thursday, April 15

SF and DUP keep up pressure for candidate pacts: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Paisley's son fights claims he has sold out: The Independent
David McKittrick

Allister fails in legal bid: The News Letter

Paisley Jr vows to release leaflet: UTV Internet

General Election 2010 – North Down: BBC
Noel Thompson

Role reversal as TUV candidate Ross bids to take out old DUP adversary Campbell: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Enniskillen campaigner backs Rodney Connor for Fermanagh and South Tyrone: Belfast Telegraph

Hermon no garnish for Ian Parsley: The Irish Times

Poster girl in unionist PR war: BBC
Sharon Ferguson

Celebrity blow-ins harsh on those who have paid dues: The Irish Times
Fionnuala O'Connor

It's time for us to boot out our old tired politics: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Courting the Irish vote: Irish Post
Fiona Audley

Complaints over 'offensive' flags: The News Letter

Republican dissidents blamed for Northern Ireland spate of violence:
Henry McDonald

Garda chief warns dissident Republicans pose 'real threat': Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keefe

Garda chief 'troubled' by attacks on security bases: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Hutton

Dissidents the biggest threat to security since Troubles -- Ahern: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

No Spain trip for man on IRA charge: The Irish Times

Dissident attacks provoke growing loyalist unrest: Belfast Telegraph

Dermot Ahern and David Ford to meet: RTE

McFadden back in RNU (Apr 13): Derry Journal

Council workers face CIRA threats: The News Letter

Vigilante slurs are wrong – CRJ man: Newry Democrat
Joanne Ross

Right Royal to do: Irish Post

Leckey hits out at chief constable over Stevens papers: BBC

Forcing students to learn Irish has failed, says Hayes: The Irish Times
Pamela Duncan

Savers mainly 'disappointed' after meeting: The News Letter

Republicans are twisting history (Apr 12): (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Vicki Kennedy to accept Irish peace prize for husband Ted (Apr 12): Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

The pope should stand trial (Apr 13):
Richard Dawkins

Is the Holy See above the law? (Apr 13): The Times
Ivor Roberts

Wednesday, April 14

SDLP rejects vote pact with Sinn Fein: Irish Independent
David Young and Steven McCaffery

Adams slams SDLP snub: UTV Internet

Nationalist unity?: UTV Internet
Ken Reid

Loyal Orders defend role in unity debate: The News Letter

Unionists find a useful unity in Northern Ireland:
Christopher Montgomery

Orange Order's siren calls for unity: (from the News Letter)
Liam Clarke

Unionists need new vision to overcome old divisions: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Donnelly

Allister legal bid against Paisley leaflet: UTV Internet

General Election 2010 – Belfast East: BBC
Noel Thompson

McGuinness is favourite to be elected: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

The Tories' Irish election mistake: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Polling day a defining moment for some big reputations: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Ahern and North's new justice minister to hold security summit (Apr 13): The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty & Dan Keenan

Justice Minister's first task is to slam bombers: The News Letter

Little sense of occasion as devolution is completed (Apr 13): The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Why we must all rally behind Ford: Belfast Telegraph

McCartney on new justice committee: Derry Journal

Belfast firefighters moved over hoax bomb: BBC

Viable device made safe in Newtownhamilton: RTE

Chief Constable warns of 'very severe threat': The News Letter

RIRA leader personally planned MI5 bomb attack: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Claim and counter-claim over Northern Ireland bomb attack: Belfast Telegraph

Dissident threat must be crushed: The News Letter

The meter is ticking on the Real IRA campaign: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

RSF row over 'traitor' comments: Derry Journal

Gang enters bedroom to shoot man in right leg: BBC

Nationalists blast Union flag request as – ' Out of Hand': Derry Journal

Royal visit on the cards: Irish Post
Mal Rogers

Protestant council staff 'intimidated': Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Saville security concerns 'bogus': Belfast Telegraph

Assembly to debate Saville concerns: Derry Journal

Dodds pledges to raise plight of Protestant schools: The News Letter

Probe as more pupils shun Irish: Irish Independent
Katherine Donnelly

Church agrees to £1m PMS lifeline: The News Letter

Vatican scoffs at calls for Pope arrest: Irish Examiner

Tuesday, April 13

Real IRA claims responsibility for MI5 explosion: The Times
David Sharrock

Dissidents 'to target election': Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Dissident republican threat 'severe' after MI5 attack: Belfast Telegraph

MI5 attack shows intelligence 'gap': UTV Internet

Northern Ireland Leaders Condemn Bombing: New York Times
John F. Burns

Sinn Féin denounces Real IRA bombing of MI5 headquarters:
Henry McDonald

Cowen condemns 'futile' Real IRA attack: Irish Independent
Michael Brennan and Fiach Kelly

Old enmity greets Belfast's new dawn: The Independent
David McKittrick

Real IRA blasts at the heart of Northern Ireland's peace process: Daily Mail
David Williams

Terrified locals dive for cover as bomb explodes at spy HQ: Evening Herald

'We were very lucky. Someone could have been killed': Belfast Telegraph

Suspect car left at police gates in Newtownhamilton: BBC

Dissidents will be planning to attract hardened ex-IRA men: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Brady

Dissidents are getting a lot better at what they do: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Northern Ireland appoints first justice minister for 38 years: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

New justice minister to 'work with all parties': Irish Independent
Noel McAdam

President describes appointment as milestone in partnership government: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún & Mary Minihan

Ford's first day in the job and fighting terror tops Ford's agenda: Belfast Telegraph

Profile – David Ford: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Policing vote is making Irish history – McGuinness: Derry Journal

Spotlight on role of NI secretary: BBC
Stephen Walker

New era: UTV Internet
Ken Reid

The last milestone: The Irish Times

Violence mars historic step: Irish Independent

DUP cranks up pressure on Reg Empey for South Belfast candidate deal: Belfast Telegraph

Empey under pressure from Loyal Orders: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Land deals and TV tirades; Is Robinson now a liability?: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Will Paisleyism follow its founder into retirement?: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Allister challenged over remarks: BBC

Disgruntled PMS savers could vote for SDLP – claim: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

General Election campaign trail – Dial 1690 for Nesbitt: Belfast Telegraph
Steven McCaffery

Shoot-to-kill – Baggott wins latest round: Belfast Telegraph

Supergrass took part in killings: UTV Internet

Meeting over PMS proposals: UTV Internet

Plight of the savers calls for some soul-searching: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

The pope on trial would show what equality before the law means:
George Monbiot

Monday, April 12

Justice and police powers restored to North: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

New NI justice minister set to be named: UTV Internet

Ford prepares for justice role as UUP and SDLP hit out: Belfast Telegraph

New era for policing and justice in Northern Ireland: BBC
Mark Simpson

Post-Paisley era could throw up big surprises (Apr 11): Sunday Business Post
Tom McGurk

Playing the Orange Card: BBC
Mark Devenport

Political anoraks gear up for British election sideshow (Apr 11): Sunday Business Post

Car bomb explodes at Ulster army barracks: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Republicans to picket 'powder keg' Maghaberry (Apr 11): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Concern over Tricolour at Boyne: The Irish Times
Elaine Keogh

Former IRA gunrunner Ferris gets green light for new luxury home close to local golf club (Apr 10): Evening Herald
Claire Murphy

Gaeltacht is still limited by lack of broadband (Apr 11): Sunday Business Post

In Communion with non-believers: Irish Independent

Solicitor says proposal to arrest Pope on UK visit 'will succeed': The Scotsman
Margaret Davis

Arrest the Pope? I rather think we should: The Times
Libby Purves

Sunday, April 11

Tories dismiss South Belfast unionist pact: Belfast Telegraph

David Cameron under fire for failing to keep Northern Ireland pledge: Belfast Telegraph

It's all swings and roundabout plans: The Sunday Times
Newton Emerson

Nationalism needs Jim Allister (Apr 1): (from the Irish Herald)
Jude Collins

Agreement on candidate to be praised: The News Letter

Devolution unlikely to tame N. Irish rebels: Saudi Gazette
Barbara Lewis

RIRA link to murder after drug warning: Evening Herald
Cormac Looney

Attack on Orange hall every five days: The News Letter

Moving on (Mar 30): Derry Journal

IRA bomber honed his skills in Wormwood Scrubs library: The Sunday Times
John Burns

Fair Maiden richly deserves the title (Apr 9): Belfast Telegraph

IRA's paper goes online: The Sunday Times
John Burns

Varadkar's attack on FitzGerald's epic career off target (Mar 28): Sunday Independent
John-Paul McCarthy

Call for fewer church schools: The Sunday Times
Stephen O'Brien

Richard Dawkins – I will arrest Pope Benedict XVI: The Sunday Times
Marc Horne

Catholic Church's wounds are entirely self-inflicted, so, physician, heal thyself: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Catholic Church needs root and branch change (Mar 16): The News Letter
Liam Clarke

Saturday, April 10

Tory resigns over unity deal: UTV Internet

David Cameron under pressure as his pact with the Ulster Unionists runs into trouble:
Nicholas Watt

UUP man expelled for backing party rival: Belfast Telegraph

Tories looking at the long game: BBC
Stephen Walker

General Election 2010 – Upper Bann: BBC
Noel Thompson

New election contest should be interesting: Belfast Media

People must make extra effort to vote: The News Letter

Bruising battle on the cards: Derry Journal

Policing will be streets ahead after devolution: Belfast Telegraph
Peter Robinson

Easter – Gerry Adams rounds on his critics: Belfast Media
Anthony Neeson

Old boys won't take the besmirching of Brendan lying down: Irish Independent

Stick to the shell suits, West Belfast: Belfast Media

'Bombed' head shop closes doors for good: Derry Journal

Justice For Forgotten cash crisis: Belfast Telegraph

'Ballast' families call for independent panel: Belfast Media

Mr Justice Henry Barron – Irish judge (Apr 7): The Times

Why it's poetic justice to denounce Catholic abuse: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

How forelock tugging became cross-border order of the day: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

The UUP's dis-United Kingdom (Mar 30): Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Scotland, general election battleground again:
Gerry Hassan

Friday, April 9

Unionists agree on joint candidate: The News Letter

Empey to contest South Antrim seat: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Sir Reg Empey – we offer people a real choice: Belfast Telegraph

DUP man keeps two Robinsons on payroll: Belfast Telegraph

Hung parliament questions for unionists: BBC

Did anyone mention that there's an election?: Belfast Telegraph

East Antrim constituency: BBC
Chris Page

Posing and posters ...but no proper policies: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

What will new PM do with Ulster?: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Why is there no left-leaning party in Northern Ireland?: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Conaghan

Adams hits back: Belfast Media

Why has the media gone easy on Adams?: The News Letter
Mick Fealty

What's your answer, Gerry? (Mar 30): Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Could an election be heading our way?: Belfast Media

Dissidents blamed for armed robbery bid on security van: Belfast Telegraph

UVF Behind Village Attacks: Belfast Media
Alana Fearon

Group for victims of Troubles to close unless it gets funding: The Irish Times
Ken Murray

MPs slam response to bomb report: BBC

Libyan cash must go to terror victims (Apr 6): The News Letter

Widow devastated at plan to disband HET: Belfast Media
Scott Jamison

Woodward reassures families on Bloody Sunday report: Belfast Telegraph

An inquiry's cost and its ramifications: The News Letter

We must be told what NAMA holds: Belfast Telegraph

The death of the tank took place around Crossmaglen: Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

Orange Order – we will respect the Pope's visit: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Thursday, April 8

Gregory Campbell faces TUV challenge from William Ross: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Sir Reg to stand in south Antrim: BBC

Northern Ireland politicians set for fierce election battle: Belfast Telegraph

Sparring continues over unionist 'unity': BBC

Unionist politicians need to lose Orange sash: The Irish Times
David Adams

Paisley gives us hope: Financial Times
Philip Stephens

Why does everyone in public life hang on doggedly these days?: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

God and mammon – Matt Baggott's recipe for policing (Apr 6): The News Letter
Liam Clarke

Baggott clarifies 'gangs' remark: BBC

Real IRA steps up campaign against dealers: Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keeffe

Calls for dissident parades to be banned: The News Letter

Maghaberry lock-up claims rejected: UTV Internet

Protest at prison 'regrettable' – Ford: The News Letter

Sinn Fein condemns treatment of dissident inmates: Belfast Telegraph

How spirit of 1916 Rising is now lost on Sinn Fein (Apr 5): Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Commissioner may 'not be replaced': UTV Internet

Compensation 'must go to IRA victims first': The News Letter

Finucane detective 'could have caught killers': UTV Internet

Book 'is not attack on RUC': The News Letter

Relatives criticise Bloody Sunday report delay: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Why Butler is 'the most hated man in Lisburn' (Mar 29): Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

Election could ground progression on PMS (Apr 6): The News Letter

Lawrence takes leaf from own history (Mar 31): Irish Echo

Minister opposes new soccer anthem: The News Letter

How the Pope lost the chance to renew Irish church: Belfast Telegraph
Maurice Hayes

Dear Irish Foreign Minister Micheál Martin:
David Harris

Wednesday, April 7

Donaldson calls for Adams to 'come clean': The News Letter

McGuinness says armed struggle was a tactic, not a principle: Derry Journal

Ulster Unionists and SDLP hoping to contest leadership in each camp: The Irish Times

Could a unionist unity candidate work?: The News Letter

Anderson calls for record Sinn Féin vote: Derry Journal

NI's parties gear up for election: BBC

Retract comments or I'll sue – Allister: The News Letter

The Regions – Northern Ireland: The Independent
David McKittrick

'This party posturing will not deliver for the people': The News Letter
Tom Elliott

A chance unionists can't miss: The News Letter

Northern Ireland vote could shape election outcome: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

In hung parliament NI MPs could play crucial role: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Election time for the UK: The Irish Times

'Preacher' police chief's fresh ideas for the PSNI: The News Letter

Matt Baggott Interview – in full: The News Letter
Liam Clarke

RIRA vows it will step up campaign: Derry Journal

Peaceful end to dissident prison siege, but trouble is far from over: Belfast Telegraph

Protest at prison 'regrettable' – Ford: The News Letter

RSF call Real IRA traitors: Derry Journal

City 'rejects' show of strength: The News Letter

Groups must unite to form Republican Congress – RNU: Derry Journal

Dissidents are 'aiming to murder': The News Letter

Bomb evacuation plan: Newry Democrat
Joanne Ross

RAAD issue warnings to Dungiven 'dealers': Derry Journal

'New possibilities' ahead for IRSP: Derry Journal

Demand to use 'Derry' on OSI maps: Derry Journal

Flags row murder bid – man charged: Belfast Telegraph

Bloody Sunday inquiry report to be released after general election:
Richard Norton-Taylor

Libya compensation deal 'imminent': The News Letter
Sam McBride

Linfield supporters 'praised' by Garda: The News Letter

Orange attack on pope out of order: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

The Prods are all girls, the Papes whimpering softies. Don't you long for the old Penal Days?: Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

The Vatican should be thanking Rowan Williams: The Independent
Mark Steel

Tuesday, April 6

General election date is 6 May: BBC
Stephen Walker

Election battle between Unionists and nationalists: Belfast Telegraph

Can unionists overcome bitterness ahead of election?: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Most telling factor in poll may be the number who don't vote: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

A strong, united unionist bloc could wield significant influence: The News Letter
Sammy Wilson

What Peter Robinson can learn from listening to the Sinn Fein chiefs: Belfast Telegraph
Laurence White

'Infamy, infamy, they all have it infamy': The News Letter
Alex Kane

Why it's not fair to keep hounding Iris Robinson: Belfast Telegraph

I'm glad the war is over, says Gerry Adams: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Adams is wrong to deny his past even though times have changed: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Dissidents blamed for Crossmaglen bomb: UTV Internet

M1 motorway re-opens after security alert: BBC

Alerts cause Easter disruption: The News Letter

Real IRA warns of upsurge in campaign of paramilitary violence: The Irish Times
George Jackson

Dissident republican rally speech sparks demand for ban: Belfast Telegraph

Republican prisoners' stand-off ends: UTV Internet

Prison service is in need of reform: Belfast Telegraph

Apprentice Boys – peaceful start to parade season: Belfast Telegraph

New Irish mural unveiled in ceremony:

Archbishop – paedophile priests scandal a 'colossal trauma' for Irish Catholic church: Daily Telegraph
Nick Collins

Time for church leaders to be courageous in forging way forward: The Irish Times
Pádraic Conway

Minister slated for attempting to sell independence during Scotland Week: The Scotsman
Gareth Rose

Monday, April 5

Adams accuses media of a witch-hunt against Sinn Fein: Irish Independent
Fionnán Sheahan

Ex-Provo backs comrade's scathing account of Adams (Apr 4): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Adams says IRA won rights for nationalists: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Sinn Féin offshoot registers as political party (Apr 4): Sunday Tribune
Conor McMorrow

Bomb squad called to Lurgan and Antrim alerts: UTV Internet

Viable device made safe in Crossmaglen: RTE

Brutal murder of 'one of their own' shows utter lack of mercy in Real IRA (Apr 4): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

The Bloody Rise of the Dissident IRA (Apr 4): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Dissident republicans in jail stand-off as Army tackles car bomb: Belfast Telegraph
Raymond Kilpatrick and Rebecca Black

IRA dissidents cannot be ignored (Apr 4): Sunday Tribune

Robinson fury as sex shame MP wife's hideaway exposed: Belfast Telegraph

Fresh row as 'hospitalised' Iris Robinson is spotted in London: The Scotsman
Michael McHugh

Robinson's £153k clinic bill: Belfast Telegraph

'What I want to see for Fermanagh and South Tyrone': The News Letter
Arlene Foster

UUP man slams B&B Tory 'hypocrisy': UTV Internet

New row over $20M for U.S.-Ireland Alliance college kids as Irish special needs axed (Apr 1): Irish Voice/
Antoinette Kelly

Ireland-US body defends €900,000 entertainment bill (Apr 4): Sunday Tribune

Defiant Brady will resist calls for him to step down: Irish Independent
John Cooney

Archbishop's comments about church 'unhelpful': The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Church needs Easter Rising to sweep away the old guard: Irish Independent
Maurice Hayes

Anglican head has right to his view on Irish church: The Irish Times
Ann Marie Hourihane

Humility needed at difficult time: Irish Independent

Critics brand Tory plan for British Bill of Rights a threat to 'pillar of devolution': The Scotsman
Christopher Mackie

Scots Border posts claim is ridiculed: The Herald
Robbie Dinwoodie

Sunday, April 4

IRA 'master terrorist' defects to dissidents: The Sunday Times
John Mooney

Car abandoned at Crossmaglen PSNI station examined: BBC

Britain 'was behind IRA lawyer's murder': Sunday Express
James Murray

Peter Robinson's fury over £460k land deal: Scottish Sunday Mail
Steven McCaffery

UK split 'will lead to border controls': The Sunday Times
Jason Allardyce

Bigots target the Sentinel newspaper: Londonderry Sentinel

Anglican Archbishop Rebukes Irish Church: New York Times
John F. Burns

Williams forced to recant criticism of Irish Catholics: Independent on Sunday
Andrew Johnson

Williams in attempt to defuse row with Martin: Sunday Independent
Don Lavery

Bishop Treanor urges Catholics to support church: BBC

From H-Block to auction block Maze memorabilia up for sale (Apr 2): Irish Independent
Ken Sweeney

Saturday, April 3

Peter Robinson – Northern Ireland land row 'much ado about nothing': Daily Telegraph
Andrew Hough

Robinson denies wrongdoing in £5 land transactions near home: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Calls for First Minister to step aside: UTV Internet

Robinson hits back over £5 land deal: The News Letter

Sir Reg Empey mulls Peter Robinson 'liar' accusation: BBC

UUP has alternative to DUP's parochialism: The News Letter

Tory pact 'will not fail' – Empey: UTV Internet

Brown versus Cameron battle in North Down: The News Letter

Queen pardoned IRA fugitive: Belfast Telegraph

Frazer anger over Royal pardon claim: The News Letter

Adams must pay for mum-of-10's murder: Evening Herald
Gerry O'Carroll

It is not only Adams who has to answer for the past: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

'Strong possibility' of attempt on Gerry Adams' life: Irish Voice/
Patrick Cooper

Security alert over Adams death threats: The Independent
David McKittrick

Ulster police chief prays for dissident terrorists: Daily Telegraph

I pray for dissidents – Baggott: BBC

Man injured in paramilitary-style attack: UTV Internet

Mephedrone dealer 'sorry': Derry Journal

Police to review McCauley case: Derry Journal

IRA man's killer 'not summoned': Belfast Telegraph

Call to release Bloody Sunday report: The Independent

More Bloody Sunday relatives to see report: BBC

Litany of names of victims of Troubles read out: The Irish Times
Mary Fitzgerald

Prince William could serve with RAF in Ulster after being cleared to serve 'anywhere in the UK': Daily Mail

Irish in Britain urged to exercise political clout: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Theatre boss turns on critics over acceptance of OBE honour: Irish Independent
Ken Sweeney

An evolving society – Embracing the Ireland of today: Irish Examiner

Child abuse scandal 'left Catholic Church with no credibility', says Rowan Williams: Daily Telegraph
Martin Beckford

Dublin Archbishop 'stunned' by Williams comments: UTV Internet

Archbishop on papal offer – 'God bless them, I don't': The Times
Ruth Gledhill

Friday, April 2

Unionist link up 'a Tory takeover': UTV Internet

Adrian Watson – Ousted because I wasn't a Cameron cutie: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

'I'm just not a Tory' – The battle for North Down:
John Harris, John Domokos and Natalie Hanman

Rodney Connor emerges as single candidate hope: Impartial Reporter
Denzil McDaniel

Reg Empey may be a runner in the battle for South Antrim seat: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

'SF leader's double-speak undermining peace process': The News Letter

TUV picks candidate to fill Iris Robinson's vacancy: Belfast Telegraph

Peter Robinson and Gerry Adams find their leadership roles in question:
Henry McDonald

Adams can't keep on taking us all for eejits: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Sinn Fein says success of Assembly is based on equality: Impartial Reporter
Catriona Loughran

Shady deals are unpardonable: Belfast Telegraph

Report outlines priorities for new justice minister: The News Letter

Peace worker now on Parades Commission: Londonderry Sentinel

Men arrested over suspected dissident activity released: BBC

'We thought bomb alerts were April Fool prank': Belfast Telegraph

RAAD 'not wanted' in Dungiven: Derry Journal

Anger at 'bar collections' by new Republican graves group: Derry Journal

Rival republican groups mark Rising: Fermanagh Herald

PSNI review Derry sectarian attack investigation: BBC

More Bloody Sunday relatives to see report: BBC

Months of meetings lead to shared weekend for republicans and loyalists: Donegal Democrat

Easter Ceremonies – Names of north's dead to be read out: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Police 'can't trace' officer who shot IRA man in 1992, coroner told: The Scotsman
Michael McHugh

INLA man to be quizzed over killing: Belfast Telegraph

Fallen comrades remembered: The News Letter
Michael McGlade

Durkan challenged on name change: Londonderry Sentinel

The Pope should reconsider his state visit to Britain: The Independent

Thursday, April 1

New blow for Conservative alliance with UUP as assembly member quits party:
Henry McDonald

Unionist MLA quits over Tory link: UTV Internet

Lady Hermon speaks as DUP stands aside: The News Letter

DUP seeks 'electoral agreements' with Ulster Unionists: BBC

DUP stands aside in north Down: UTV Internet

UUP councillor attacks link with Conservatives: The News Letter

How UUP lost the plot: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Cracks appearing in election pact: Belfast Telegraph

McGuinness wants Robinson 'key land' deal explanation: BBC

Adams continues to reject book's allegations: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Adams 'wasn't' an IRA member: UTV Internet

'PSNI must launch probe into Adams': The News Letter

Sinn Fein 'has never repented': The News Letter
Sam McBride

New look at claim over 'suicide' in Long Kesh: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Will we ever know the truth about Paddy Joe?: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Moloney

'Billy Wright and INLA carved up drugs market': The News Letter

Sinn Fein' Gerry Adams 'proud' of his association with IRA: Belfast Telegraph

Will voices from the grave extract heavy price from Adams?: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

HET needs funding help – Baggott: BBC

Past atrocities must be probed to give us a future: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

All murders have to be investigated: The News Letter

The problems facing new Northern Ireland Justice Minister: Belfast Telegraph

Hasty retreat for PSNI 'checkpoint Charlies': Irish Independent
Deborah McAleese

Alliance select Long to fight Belfast seat: BBC

McCann to be named as election candidate (Mar 30): Derry Journal

Unity of purpose will replace the old divides (Mar 25): Belfast Media

DUP delivers blow on pro-rights lobby: The News Letter
Sam McBride

McAllister gets reprieve: Irish Echo

Why Order should withdraw 'papal' protest call: The News Letter
Liam Clarke

Police deal with Belfast bomb scare: UTV Internet

Three arrested in dissident inquiry: RTE

UVF gang used sledgehammers during beatings: UTV Internet

Shock, horror, as schools get money: Belfast Media

Unique in British Army history: The News Letter


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