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Monday, April 15

Quarter of Sinn Fein members still back terrorist groups against British: Irish Independent
Liam Clarke

Sinn Féin weighs coalition prospects ahead of Rising's centenary: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Adams to lead SF into next election: Irish Examiner
Mary Regan

Crisis of confidence in PSNI, says Kelly: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Party faces loss of pro-life TD after free vote rejected: Irish Independent
Michael Brennan

Old-style paraphernalia for sale at Sinn Féin ard fheis: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

A party and a leader happy in opposition ... for now: Irish Examiner
Mary Regan

Another birthday for Sinn Féin's Most Glorious Leader and Perpetual President: The Irish Times
Miriam Lord

We can't rewrite history – Bertie played hero's role in peace deal (Apr 14): Sunday Independent
Ronald Quinlan

Burns recalls 'ordinary lady' with 'strong views': Impartial Reporter

I tried to kill Thatcher.. but I saw no other options at the time: Irish Sun
Jason Johnson

How Margaret Thatcher could have prevented hunger strikes deaths – Irish Cardinal O Fiaich was prepared to create compromise but was blocked: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

Thatcher proposed sending Northern Ireland Catholics to the Republic: Belfast Telegraph

Maybe it's time we stopped hating Thatcher (Apr 9): Irish Independent
Ian O'Doherty

Ireland gained from Thatcher rule, as did Sinn Féin: The Irish Times
Ann Marie Hourihane

Why I will remain a Thatcherite (Apr 10): The News Letter
Alex Kane

Powerful role model on paper, but she was too divisive to inspire (Apr 9): Irish Independent
Martina Devlin

Margaret Thatcher protests – Northern Irish police arrest boy, 13: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

13-year-old boy arrested after Londonderry trouble: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Londonderry's Fountain estate attacked by nationalist youths: BBC

Neil Lennon bullet picture troll joins Belfast Union flag protest: Belfast Telegraph
Sara Girvan

Alliance concern at UVF flag display: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Man charged over Derry weapons seizure: UTV

Tragedy at Massereene – the lost boy and the heartbroken mother who could never forget him (Apr 7): (from the Irish Mail on Sunday)
Suzanne Breen

Unions give officers go-ahead to police G8: Belfast Telegraph

ROI 'owned' Lough is not protected site: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Trees felled, fields scarred ... the landscape torn up for a road plan that's been shelved (Apr 13): Belfast Telegraph
Linda Stewart

Sectarianism 'alive and well' in Dublin, says Church of Ireland archbishop: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Thatcher clashes with Ireland one last time (Apr 11): The Irish Times

What it will take to break up Britain (Apr 14): Scotland on Sunday
Iain McLean, Jim Gallagher and Guy Lodge

Sunday, April 14

Gerry Adams renews calls for border poll at Sinn Fein ard fheis: BBC

Adams calls for dialogue with loyalists: UTV

McNarry – People are ready for Opposition at Stormont: The News Letter

Stormont parties unhappy with peace progress: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

We've Agreement on one thing – our own A-Z of piffle (Apr 10): Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Hope – a child of peace who's free of Ulster's bloody past: Independent on Sunday
Paul Gallagher

Martin McGuinness in ard fheis attack on dissident republicans: BBC

Arms seizure and night of unrest in Ulster: Sunday Telegraph
David Barrett

Pipe bomb and firearms found: Derry Journal

Thatcher haters are bigots – Tebbit: The News Letter
Adam Kula

We can't forgive Thatcher over agreement – McCusker: The News Letter
Alistair Bushe

Tribute to Baroness Thatcher: Carrick Times

Mixed emotions on Thatcher death in Craigavon Council chambers: Lurgan Mail

Thatcherphobics are stuck in a time warp: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Margaret Thatcher was anti-Irish – my encounter with the British PM in Texas: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

Margaret Thatcher, the final judgement: Impartial Reporter
Denzil McDaniel

Clarifying Northern conflict was her 'unpardonable sin': Sunday Independent
John-Paul McCarthy

Trouble flared in Derry's Bogside: Derry Journal

'DNA link' to 1977 murder bid on prison officer: The News Letter

Man bailed over 1977 murder bid: UTV

Singer David Ford's £5k gift for PSNI widow (Apr 8): Belfast Telegraph
Amanda Poole

Maze build 'will generate millions' (Apr 10): Irish News

Abortion poses greatest threat to SF unity since 'peace process': The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Delegation promotes Ulster Scots links: Larne Times

Demand for new school patronage 'lower than predicted': The Irish Times

Bishops given October deadline to decide what schools to hand over: Irish Independent

'She reinforced the case for Scots independence': Sunday Herald
Dennis Canavan

Proclaimers star Charlie Reid said Thatcher's politics made him back Scottish independence (Apr 9): Scottish Daily Record

Independence – Alert over passports following 'Yes': The Scotsman
Eddie Barnes

Why do so many foreigners think UK = England? (Apr 5): The Herald
Janice Forsyth

Saturday, April 13

McGuinness at ardfheis criticises unionist Ministers in Northern Executive: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty, Mary Minihan, Marie O'Halloran

McGuinness slams Unionism over flag row: UTV

MP in Sinn Fein conference first: Belfast Telegraph

PUP hits out at lack of progress on peace deal: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Optimism among children of the Good Friday Agreement: BBC
Mark Devenport

Governments fail to honour obligations on crucial issues: Belfast Telegraph
Gerry Adams

No tears shed on death of Thatcher: Belfast Media
Anthony Neeson

New York activists plan celebration party to mark Margaret Thatcher's passing: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Cahir O'Doherty

Street parties greet passing of Thatcher: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

Some in Ulster still say no to Margaret Thatcher: TheDetail.tv
Steven McCaffery

Thatcher's Irish eyes: The Irish Times
David McKittrick

Flag protestor 'walked on footpath': BBC

Flags protester denies assault: Derry Journal

Union flag protest woman always kept on the footpath, court told: Belfast Telegraph

We trust our police say local people: Tyrone Times

MLA praises police work: Ulster Star

'Shadow-councillors' pay queried: Londonderry Sentinel

Security alert in Londonderry: BBC

Two arrests amid Derry disorder: UTV

Car rammed, arrests, alert at Northland Road: Derry Journal

No return to the past: Derry Journal
Editorial

'We'll shoot you': Derry Journal

Dissidents 'did not threaten Sinn Fein man' claim: BBC

My son didn't shoot Kieran: Belfast Media

'David was love of my life, a soul mate' (Apr 11): Evening Herald

Evidence ready in case linked to RIRA murder: Irish Examiner
Tom Tuite

Man due in court over 1977 murder bid: UTV

Adams 'personally ' against coalition with FF: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran, Mary Minihan, Gerry Moriarty

Adams 'would consider FF coalition': Irish Examiner
Mary Regan

After the armed struggle, Sinn Féin's struggles: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Is Russia's G8 delegation afraid of being spied on? Envoys won't be staying in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Council disappointment at High Court A5 move: Derry Journal

McDowell says abolition of Seanad is a cheap stunt (Apr 11): The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Independence smear campaign accusations mount: The Herald
Robbie Dinwoodie

Friday, April 12

Mitchell – Be realistic about Good Friday Agreement: BBC

Children of the Good Friday Agreement: BBC
Martina Purdy

Real reason DUP's Ian Paisley decided to strike deal with Sinn Fein: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

Belfast Agreement – Alliance Party's Stephen Farry: The News Letter
Stephen Farry

Deal a lifesaver despite its flaws: Belfast Telegraph
David McKittrick

Belfast Agreement – UDP's Gary McMichael: The News Letter
Gary McMichael

If this was the best on offer I would hate to see the worst: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Why I would vote No this time around: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Police take "robust" action against Londonderry rioters: The News Letter

Quinn to attend Thatcher funeral: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy and Mary Minihan

New York activists plan celebration party to mark Margaret Thatcher's passing: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Cahir O'Doherty

SDLP challenged over 'Thatcher's grave' song: The News Letter

Mrs Thatcher's secret admirers in the embattled Coalition cabinet: Irish Independent
Michael Brennan

Thatcher did more for Ireland than other UK leaders (Apr 11): The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

The Irish have mixed memories of "The Iron Lady" Margaret Thatcher: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Paddy Clancy

The Christian Brothers boy from Finglas who became Margaret Thatcher's confidant: Irish Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Margaret Thatcher – There was ample motivation in taking the war to republicans, yet pragmatism was given its place (Apr 9): Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

No questioning Thatcher's place as a major figure in British Politics (Apr 9): Irish Independent
Maurice Hayes

She did it her way (Apr 9): The Irish Times
Editorial

Margaret Thatcher – She changed the world we live in (Apr 9): Irish Examiner
Editorial

Margaret Thatcher: Irish Echo
Editorial

Thatcher was a titan on the world stage (Apr 9): The News Letter
Editorial

Legacy of bitterness (Apr 9): Derry Journal
Editorial

Veteran UUP man takes council seat: The News Letter

MP's concern over north Belfast peace walls: The News Letter

Flags left flying anger residents in mixed estate: Fermanagh Herald

Doury Road mural attack branded 'sectarian hatred': Ballymena Times

A hardliner at just five years old, Rose became besotted by terror boss after rising through ranks: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

'Dissident gun' is antique war weapon: UTV

Man cleared of IRA kidnap appeals compensation ban: The News Letter

Baggott meets Irish police in unannounced Lough Erne visit: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

PSNI spy drones get green light: UTV

North-South economic divide in Ireland is wider than ever: The Irish Times
Dan O'Brien

Labour MP Coaker to attend SF ard fheis: The News Letter

Police more interested in activities of Gerry Adams than allegations against brother, alleged victim claims in court: Belfast Telegraph

Martin McGuinness invited to Columba celebration on Iona: The Herald

Crown considers appeal against Celtic fan verdict: The Scotsman

New report – Scots paying more tax than rest of UK: The Herald
Ellen Thomas

Thursday, April 11

DUP and Sinn Fein bristle at Theresa Villiers' threat to withhold aid until they make progress on a shared future: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Economic aid for peace progress 'not blackmail' – Villiers: The News Letter

Belfast Agreement not template for progress in North – Robinson: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Province not where it should be – Nesbitt: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

UUP leader Mike Nesbitt bids to win back voters who deserted over deal: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Phone call that convinced UUP it was being bugged: Belfast Telegraph
Reg Empey

Belfast Agreement brought hope – Tony Blair: The News Letter

It was 15 years ago today we re-invented our future (Apr 10): Irish Independent
Eamon Gilmore

The Good Friday Agreement was better than we feared: Daily Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

How unionists still haven't found what they're looking for: Belfast Telegraph
Feargal Cochrane

Belfast Agreement – Sinn Fein's Gerry Kelly: The News Letter
Gerry Kelly

Gerry Adams – I can forgive Thatcher: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Fianna Fail slams Thatcher parties: The News Letter
Adam Kula

Thatcher death celebrations "distasteful": Derry Journal

Dodds among MPs in tribute to Baroness Thatcher: The News Letter

Thatcher's one and only visit to Derry: Derry Journal

Margaret Thatcher – Seconds from death at the hands of an IRA bomber: Daily Telegraph
John Bingham

Margaret Thatcher – Leader who united Catholics and Protestants... in enmity (Apr 9): Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

NY Times editorial lovingly kisses Thatcher's posterior in fawning editorial – No mention of Pinochet support, attacks on Mandela, or killing of Pat Finucane (Apr 9): Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

For American conservatives, Thatcher's legacy is mixed: Newark Star Ledger
Paul Mulshine

Flag to fly at half mast for Thatcher: Portadown Times

Union flag protest suspects – Northern Ireland police release 15 photos: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Flag protest pictures branded as 'sledgehammer' tactics: Ballymena Times

N Ireland – Calls to remove 'peace walls' in Belfast: BBC

Tensions rising ahead of parades, Villiers told: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Firearms found close to Craigavon primary school: BBC

Judge to rule on IRA suspect extradition bid: Irish Independent

Suicide and drugs counsellor turned into Continuity IRA assassin: Belfast Telegraph

Assassin caught on way to second hit: Evening Herald
Ken Foy and Alan O'Keeffe

'Our lives came to a standstill on the day those cowards shot David': Irish Independent
Louise Hogan

Man arrested over 1977 prison officer murder attempt: BBC

Pair given life sentence for the murder of Catholic schoolboy seven years ago: Belfast Telegraph

Crime agency forces IRA killer to hand over house: The News Letter

'Real IRA' man loses bid to serve sentence in Portlaoise: Irish Independent

G8 boost for border counties in Irish Republic: BBC
Kevin Magee

Veteran republican McAllister (68) dies after cancer battle: (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Suzanne Breen

Derry man gets demand for €157 in property tax from the Republic of Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
George Jackson

Strachan does not envisage Rangers or Celtic moving south: The Herald

Thatcher an 'ogre' to many Scots (Apr 9): The Scotsman
Tom Devine

Wednesday, April 10

Good Friday Agreement – David Cameron hails 15th anniversary of NI peace deal: BBC

Cameron is passionate about north says Villiers: Irish News
John Manley

Policy vacuum endangering Northern peace process – report: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Belfast Agreement remains divisive 15 years on: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

More barriers to peace in North now than before Good Friday accord, say bishops: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Protests and recession damage N Ireland: Financial Times
Jamie Smyth

Night of almost unbearable pressure gave way to day of history: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

No standing still if hopes enshrined in Belfast Agreement are to be fulfilled: The Irish Times
Theresa Villiers

Northern Ireland slipping down London's agenda 15 years on from Belfast Agreement: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Spirit of historic deal dead: The Scotsman
Peter Geoghegan

Path to progress still littered with peace lines: The Irish Times
David McKittrick

Ambiguity undermined the Agreement from the outset: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Durkan

Frosty powersharing in the North is a far cry from thaw in Anglo-Irish relations: The Irish Times
Diarmaid Ferriter

Racism, the Good Friday Agreement and Northern Ireland's 'new minority': TheDetail.tv
Steven McCaffery

A transformative agreement: The Irish Times
Editorial

Pace of change in politicians' hands: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Soldier's killer becomes MLA: The News Letter

Margaret Thatcher funeral in security clampdown: The Guardian
Nicholas Watt, Vikram Dodd, Caroline Davies and David Smith

Thatcher was good for Britain, bad for Ireland, says Bertie: Evening Herald
Alan O'Keeffe, Cormac Murphy and Niall O'Connor

McGuinness says republicans should 'resist' temptation to celebrate death of Thatcher: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Republicans defy McGuinness with Thatcher celebrations: The News Letter

Second night of 'Thatcher' celebrations: UTV

Margaret Thatcher splits opinion in death just as in life: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford and Noel McAdam

The Irish education of Margaret Thatcher (Apr 9): Boston Globe
Kevin Cullen

Margaret Thatcher's rule altered political dynamic in Northern Ireland for all time: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Margaret Thatcher made the north of Ireland a more bitterly divided place: Guardian.co.uk
Gerry Adams

Hunger-strikers' names will outlive Thatcher's: Derry Journal

Brass neck and iron will hardened hearts during the hunger strikes: Irish Independent
Tim Pat Coogan

Exercising a powerful influence (Apr 9): Irish Examiner
Martin Mansergh

Thatcher was oblivious to the price paid for her rigidity – death and destruction followed: Irish Independent
Susan McKay

Belfast City Hall's Union flag to fly at half mast on day of Margaret Thatcher's funeral: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Orders meet Villiers over parades 'imbalance': The News Letter

Unionist Forum meets over parades: UTV

Tiocfaidh ár lá, cries woman guilty of murder: Irish Examiner
Brian Kavanagh

Woman assassin plotted to kill six in feud: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Garda responds to intelligence claims of IRA collusion: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Cricketer says sorry for 'slow and painful death' tweet: Irish Independent
Ed Carty

Sinn Féin to hold ard fheis in Kenny's hometown: Irish Examiner
Mary Regan

Fears 'procedural' error could delay A5 scheme for two years: Irish News

Adams confronted brother over rape claims – court hears: The Irish Times

Tuesday, April 9

Former British PM praised as 'transformative and powerful': The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

Gerry Adams gives scathing assessment of Margaret Thatcher: Irish Independent
David Young

Robinson – Thatcher was a transformative, powerful PM: The News Letter

"Events in Ireland dominated and defined Margaret Thatcher's time as Prime Minister" – John Hume: Derry Journal

Thatcher was great – Lord Bannside: The News Letter

Enda Kenny 'saddened' by Thatcher death: Irish Independent
Fionnán Sheahan

For Some, No Tears Lost for Thatcher's Death: New York Times
Corey Kilgannon

Crowds gather in Derry to 'celebrate' death of Margaret Thatcher: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

'Her Irish policy failed miserably': Irish Examiner
David Young

DUP salutes Margaret Thatcher as defender of UK while SF denounces 'great hurt to Irish people': The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Reagan was urged to pressure Thatcher over hunger strikes: Irish Examiner
Brian Hutton

Thatcher was pivotal in helping pave way for Belfast Agreement: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Thatcher's tenure shaped by Ireland: BBC
Kevin Connolly

On tour with the Iron Lady: Irish Examiner
Deric Henderson

Margaret Thatcher – IRA's No 1 target: Belfast Telegraph
Deric Henderson

Margaret Thatcher – IRA bomb that boosted popularity: The Scotsman
Craig Brown

How Margaret Thatcher's 'Resolve' Failed Northern Ireland: Bloomberg.com
Timothy Lavin

Margaret Thatcher – Heated debate over NI legacy: BBC
Mark Devenport

Having tea with Mrs T really took the biscuit: Irish Independent
Mary Kenny

Why I will shed no tears now for the late Mrs Margaret Thatcher – Her legacy on Ireland is one of failure and dead hunger strikers: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

She created atmosphere of hatred: Irish Examiner
Danny Morrison

City of Culture chosen for major Twelfth parade: The News Letter

Irvine – Apprentice Boys parade "welcomed in these times of economic recession": Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

It's time parade disputes were marched into court: Belfast Telegraph
Robin Wilson

Hall of mirrors, the chamber that is a reflection of us all: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Family joins 'free Vincent Ryan' protest: Evening Herald
Niall O'Connor

Payroll administrator on riot charge: UTV

Smithwick tribunal set to resume hearings in Dublin: BBC

DUP corporals motion 'a political stunt': The News Letter
Alex Kane

Judge rules against controversial A5 road scheme: The News Letter

A5 road – Mixed reaction to High court ruling: BBC

Latest Wikileaks cables show US concerns about Ireland: The Irish Times
Eanna Ó Caollaí

Monday, April 8

CIRA admits pizza delivery driver murder: The News Letter

New terrorist alliance brings bomb maker out of retirement: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

'Double standards' slammed by UUP man: Lurgan Mail

McCallister is credible on SDLP: The News Letter
Editorial

Creating the right space (Apr 5): Derry Journal
Editorial

Easy like Sunday morning? (Mar 14): Impartial Reporter
Denzil McDaniel

Being a Catholic these days can feel like being stuck in an episode of 'Father Ted' (Dec 5): The Irish Times
Jennifer O'Connell

Harassment in disturbing text messages (Apr 3): Blackpool Gazette

Vote to abolish Seanad for September: The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

Celtic fans protest over new law and policing: The Herald

Old Firm will suffer if reconstruction doesn't see Rangers return to top flight: Scottish Daily Record
Craig Burley

SNP push fails to attract support for a Yes vote: The Herald
Magnus Gardham

Chance to rediscover Britishness: The Scotsman
Brian Monteith

No future without forgiveness and reconciliation (Jan 4): TheIsland.lk (Sri Lanka)

Sunday, April 7

SDLP not too close to Sinn Fein, insists Kelly: The News Letter

Sinn Fein man denounces bin bombers: Lurgan Mail

Bomb unit removes suspicious object: Sunday Independent

Dissident republican inquiry – Two men face gun charges: BBC

Prisoner groups got £14m in out of EU peace roll-out: Londonderry Sentinel

Struck-off IRA prisoner firm got €560,000 from government: Irish Independent

Unionist political leaders need to raise aspirations – O'Dowd: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

It's easy to mock Kim, but we have got our own little hate-filled Hitlers (Apr 4): Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

IRSP driven by 'primacy of politics' (Apr 3): Derry Journal

Thousands attend Easter parades: Belfast Media

Border poll, state of union, and more (Apr 5): Derry Journal

Conradh na Gaeilge calls for all-Ireland language strategy: BBC

So much chatter about choice in schools, but there's little demand: Irish Independent
David Quinn

School patronage and parental choice (Apr 3): The Irish Times
Editorial

2000 Celtic fans defy police and march through Glasgow in protest at new law: The Herald
Martin Williams

David Cameron and the Union: The Spectator
James Forsyth

Saturday, April 6

DUP and commissioner discuss children in paramilitary garb: BBC

Child parade raised with Social Services: UTV

We are sending our kids on the road to nowhere (Apr 4): Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Renegade gang member shot dead young dad: Belfast Media

Suspect object found after arrests: UTV

Five accused of IRA membership granted bail: The Irish Times

'High-quality' explosives found at derelict mansion training camp: Irish Independent

IRA kicks heroin dealer off its landing in prison: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

SDLP closeness to SF destroying centre ground of politics: The News Letter
John McCallister

Belfast City Council row another dent in city's prestige: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

'We simply want a peaceful Twelfth': Ballymoney Times

Now Sammy's timing on rates debate seems out of Order: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Snatch of border sign dismissed as just 'a silly stunt': Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Councillors could be in line for £35k payout: The News Letter

Leaders share stories of conflict resolution in N. Ireland: McPherson Sentinel
Jenae Pauls

Pressure group says only Opposition at Stormont is ...the Belfast Telegraph: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Ulster says Tá: The Irish Times
Fionola Meredith

A new dialect?: Derry Journal

Man charged with criminal damage to Republican graves: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

'We took sides through song!' – Wolfe Tones: Derry Journal

Police warn Celtic fans not to parade through city: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Scottish independence – SNP open to US military bases: The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

MPs demand answer to 'English question': BBC

Friday, April 5

SDLP 'is back to tribal barricades' – McCallister: The News Letter
Sam McBride

PSNI hold six in connection with dissident republican activity: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

IRA suspect has served time for heroin dealing: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

Why bill for informers is a price worth paying: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Don't legislate for collusion?: TheDetail.tv
Daniel Holder

Belfast City Hall row over tribute to two murdered corporals: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

DUP corporals move riles Sinn Féin: Belfast Media
Ciara Quinn

DUP fury over 'mob death corporals' vote: UTV

Ex-IRA chief in tribute to murdered corporals: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Council damaging image of our city: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Border stress report shows that more help is needed in Fermanagh says Farrell: Impartial Reporter

Ex-IRA inmates' group awarded £1.3m grant: The News Letter
Fiona O'Cleirigh

Equality Commission writes to Council about decision on Irish graphics on vehicles: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

A5 'Famine road' is branded a waste of money by campaigner: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Steelers chairman reflects on time as ambassador: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Ed Bouchette

Maracycle challenge – Cyclists urged to saddle up for big cross-border run: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Harrison

Join Tracy Piggott in cross-border ride: Meath Chronicle

Surveys affirm high regard for Catholic schools (Apr 3): The Irish Times
Michael Drumm

Prison cells readied ahead of G8 summit in Co Fermanagh this summer: Belfast Telegraph

Scots have no cause for celebration (Feb 6): The Scotsman
Brian Wilson

Thursday, April 4

'Unionists must change': Derry Journal

Order raises questions on unionist unity: The News Letter

Belfast City Council row over corporals' murders commemoration: BBC

'Border poll is a must' – Doherty: Derry Journal

Why the voices of the suffering must never be silenced: Belfast Telegraph
Kathryn Stone

DUP meets watchdog over child parades: UTV

Parades Commission to seek republican parade response: BBC

Children in terror outfits 'disgraceful exploitation': Belfast Telegraph
Catherine McCurry

RSF rejects talks offer: Derry Journal

More than 200 arrested over Union flag protests: Irish News
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Flag riot probe – 17 images of suspects released: Belfast Telegraph
Amanda Poole

Police 'getting support' from Derry public: Derry Journal

'MI5 tried to recruit me as informer' – says Kildress man: Mid Ulster Mail

Moy schools first to bridge sectarian divide: Tyrone Times

We have to tear down peace walls to build a new economy: Belfast Telegraph
Tony Grew

New republican mural unveiled: Derry Journal

Wilson 'spinning' veto of UK free speech law: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Motion to mark an historic day: Belfast Telegraph
Tony Grew

Arrest over pizza delivery driver murder: The Irish Times
Mark Hilliard

Terri's punks, warts and all, show true spirit of the city: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Church and State – Division need not be destructive (Apr 3): Irish Examiner
Editorial

Ireland sides with France and Germany against UK plan to review European powers: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Former Celtic star Paul Hartley – Title races are boring if you want real drama then bring back the Old Firm: Scottish Daily Record
Gavin Berry

Wednesday, April 3

Fury at new Assembly member's murderous past: The News Letter
Victor Gordon

Matt Baggott – momentum of dissident attacks is making me nervous: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Parades Commission warning after gunman's appearance at Ardoyne event: The News Letter

Probe Easter republican parade incidents, Gregory Campbell demands: Belfast Telegraph

Police to investigate Derry Easter commemoration rally: BBC

'Child exploitation' at Easter parades: UTV

Comic O'Kane under fire for parade comments: The News Letter

Hopes peaceful parade has set tone for season to come: Irish News
Allison Morris

Meeting suspended as Cllr flags up absence of Tricolour on Bundoran building: Donegal Democrat

No support for motion on Price: Dundalk Democrat

Coaker proves he is ready to step out of the shadows (Feb 20): Belfast Telegraph
Tony Grew

Corporation tax no magic trick to banish all our ills: Belfast Telegraph
Andrew Baker

Movie legend John Wayne lands drum role (Feb 18): The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Remembering the sacrifices for freedom (Apr 1): Irish Independent

Westminster could learn from Stormont reform drive: Belfast Telegraph
Tony Grew

Anger over GAA prize nomination: The News Letter

Rangers well aware of the need to target Irish market for players: Scottish Daily Record
Gavin Berry

SPL demands legal costs for Rangers tax inquiry: The Herald

Scots should keep pound, says Nobel winner Stiglitz (Feb 28): The Scotsman
Scott Macnab

Seeking the truth about sectarianism in Scotland (Jan 7): The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Tuesday, April 2

Sinn Féin offer of peace talks spurned by republican dissidents: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Sinn Fein accused of double standards: The News Letter

PSNI chief condemns actions of dissidents: The Irish Times
Una Bradley

Masked gunman fires shots at parade in north Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

PSNI attacked at Londonderry Easter commemoration rally: BBC

Dissidents carry out an attack a week in March: The News Letter
Aine Fox

Dissident Republicans blamed for West Belfast murder of pizza delivery man: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Patrick Counihan

Police silent over dissident link to driver's murder: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Can Belfast change? Ask Naomi Long, the centrist MP who's facing death threats: The Independent
David McKittrick

Hand of history dealt some parties in North better cards than others: Irish Independent
Liz O'Donnell

Parties must grasp opportunity of greater collaboration: The News Letter
Terry Wright

PSNI 'faces budget woes' over crime agency snub: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Apprentice Boys return to Enniskillen after 10-year absence: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

No repeat of trouble at St Patrick's Church flashpoint: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Adams calls for Truth Commission during Drumboe speech: Donegal Democrat

Fake guns glorifying terrorism – Jim Allister: Belfast Telegraph
Lisa Smyth

Republican graves in Cork damaged in graffiti attack: The Irish Times
Olivia Kelleher

Poots branded 'childish' after Easter Rising tweet: Irish Independent
Anna Maguire

Belfast Briefing – North's economic woes far down No 10's priority list: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Time to declare new War of Independence: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Poll – 60% of towns want new patrons: Irish Examiner
Niall Murray

Imagine just for a minute Scotland said 'yes' (Mar 23): The Scotsman
Gerry Hassan

Why Cameron won't force me into an identity crisis (Jan 9): The Herald
Ian Bell

Monday, April 1

Martin McGuinness accuses London and Dublin of complacency in NI peace process: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

'Bradley's distraction doesn't mask SDLP's anti-agreement stance' – Fearon: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Adams challenges those who exploit flags and emblems: The News Letter

I may act on Union Flag in future – Attwood: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Parade goes ahead as city alert ends: UTV

Lurgan bin ambush could have killed anyone, say police: Belfast Telegraph
Lisay Smyth

Baggott – Dissident groups 'trying to outdo each other': BBC

Man released in bin blast inquiry: Belfast Telegraph

Dissidents must end campaign of violence, says Sinn Fein's Mary Lou McDonald: Sunday Independent
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Eight men charged with being in IRA after garda search: Irish Independent
Louise Hogan

Adams reiterates call for border poll: Irish Examiner

Leave emotions aside to learn a lesson in reality (Feb 28): Belfast Telegraph

Ulster's unionists should have listened to Terence O'Neill (Mar 27): Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

1972, the year 'The Troubles' wrecked Ireland's Grand Slam hopes: TheScore.ie
Fergus Slattery

Poots causes outrage over Easter Rising dig: The Irish Times
Conor Pope

We can't afford to get romantic about guerrilla days in Ireland (Mar 29): Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

Queen's landlord blocks plan for sewage disposal in Republic of Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Greg Harkin

How I enjoyed some shamrock 'n' roll with Obama (Mar 28): Belfast Telegraph
Mike Gilson

Secret Service checking hotels ahead of world leaders' gathering: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

The Scottish referendum is about popular sovereignty, not identity: The Guardian
Elliot Bulmer



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