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Wednesday, April 15

Murders of alleged informers during the Troubles to be investigated: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott and Henry McDonald

Alasdair McDonnell facing Sinn Fein's slick electoral machine in South Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Robinson distances himself from leader's Naomi Long jibe: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Naomi Long and Gavin Robinson East Belfast face off in East Belfast election debate: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Naomi Long irresponsible over Bombardier EU remarks says Arlene Foster: BBC
Julian O'Neill

Basil McCrea will not stand for Lagan Valley in May election: Ulster Star

SDLP election candidate John Coyle reduced to tears over online insults: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Gregory Campbell can talk the talk all the way to keeping seat: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

John Coyle's political rivals unite to condemn faceless trolls who hide behind keyboards: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley Houston

East Belfast hustings – Applause for all election candidates as church goers are inspired: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Calls for gender quotas as male-dominated election means women make up just one in every four candidates: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Election profile – Mike Nesbitt, UUP leader: BBC

Political parties get £860k from taxpayers via little-known fund: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Unionists vow to fight for poll station axed over flag protest: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Council chair slammed for attending IRA event: The News Letter

Poppy appeal organiser at centre of British Legion probe: Irish News

Strong reaction among unionists to ditching of '' by councils (Apr 13): The News Letter

Police probe republican's 'armed struggle legitimate' comments: The News Letter

Police reveal significant increase in racist hate crime in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Belfast nail salon hit by 'racist' arson attack: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

East Belfast arson attack was 'racially motivated': The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Eggs thrown at car in hate crime: Portadown Times

Stormont leaders 'not doing enough on racist attacks': The News Letter

'Conscience clause' trading warning for Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph

Crossmaglen explosion – Francis McCabe Jr 'loses sight in one eye': BBC

Dissident bomb suspect bailed on health grounds: The News Letter

UDA extortion racket accused denied bail: The News Letter

Assembly calls on Ford to compensate former UDR man: The News Letter

Adams yet to contact family of murdered McConville: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Sister of UVF victim loses dossier disclosure battle: The News Letter

Family of IRA man shot dead by SAS lose legal bid: Portadown Times

Jury saw sense over security force response to terror: The News Letter

Australia will host 1916 centenary events: Irish Echo (Australia)

Irish American Democrats back Hillary: Irish Echo

Sinn Fein's Mary Lou McDonald hits out at suggestions she faces censure over Ansbacher comments: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Sinn Féin – Don't use same-sex marriage no vote to give Coalition a 'bloody nose': Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

Cameron sparks anger over English income tax rate: The Scotsman
David Maddox

High cost of staying in Europe: Belfast Telegraph
David McNarry

Tuesday, April 14

Fermanagh/South Tyrone – Sinn Fein admits it will be a battle to see off unionist challenge in west: Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Féin shoo-in Paul Maskey walks high roads to build on majority: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

East Belfast – Don't back Alliance, plead Sinn Fein and SDLP: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Young people from republican areas are joining the UUP, says West Belfast candidate: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Election profile – Jim Allister, TUV leader: BBC

I have changed my mind about not voting. I'm going to spoil my vote: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Charge of the Grey Brigade – Elderly voters hold key to election: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

DUP's Roberta McNally defiant in wake of 'taigs' and 'tramps' remarks: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Farry warns on corporation tax: Belfast Telegraph

Elements within PSNI oppose training college relocation – McGuinness: The News Letter

McGuinness backs Maze peace centre: Belfast Telegraph

'Massive' rise in attacks on Polish families: UTV
Chris Chambers & Sarah Clarke

Political leaders 'need to tackle Polish attacks': Irish News

Neighbours rally around Belfast Polish families after race hate attack: Belfast Telegraph
Sara Neill

Army carry out controlled explosion in republican north Belfast: The News Letter

Web of intrigue as councils drop '': The News Letter

'Gerry Adams does not shock me anymore... I don't know why people would vote for a man like that' – Jean McConville daughter: Irish Independent
Rebecca Black and Joanne Sweeney

Helen McKendry – Some people ignored us... others didn't give a damn: Belfast Telegraph
Joanne Sweeney

Bid to quash SAS Loughgall killings inquest verdicts thrown out: The News Letter

Ignore the hysteria and get justice for victims of Kincora: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Decision 'right' to drop Co Tyrone polling station: UTV

Unionists rage at decision to uphold closure of Moygashel polling station in Dungannon: Tyrone Times

Sinn Féin is against politicians being garda vetted:
Hugh O'Connell

Government seeks motion of censure against Mary Lou McDonald: The Irish Times
Sarah Bardon

Fine Gael fails the toxic test as Sinn Fein comes through middle: Irish Independent
John Drennan

Call to name Limerick street in honour of Bobby Sands: Limerick Leader
Nick Rabbitts

Irish business leaders want Britain to stay in the European Union, new study shows: Irish Independent
Paul O'Donoghue

Monday, April 13

Bullets and bombs fail to faze MP in crucial East Belfast seat: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

East Belfast – Nationalists call for no tactical voting: The News Letter

East Belfast – Five-year election battle comes to a head: The News Letter

McKay – 'More Assembly powers': Ballymena Times

Major upset if nice people of North Down are disloyal to Lady Hermon: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

O'Loan says we must offer 'renewed hope': Ballymena Times

Three of 31 candidates from main NI unionist parties are women: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

DUP rule out formal deal with SNP: The Herald
David Leask

DUP's Nigel Dodds 'the kingmaker': Belfast Telegraph

Plea to politicians over racist attacks: The News Letter

Call to unite against Galliagh 'madness': Derry Journal

Call for police to probe Ardoyne republican's 'armed struggle' comments: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Roaming charge ruling is not acceptable: Londonderry Sentinel

I won't rest until we get justice – McConville daughter: Irish Independent
Rebecca Black and Joanne Sweeney

Government at Stormont needs to be streamlined (Mar 3): The News Letter

Our politicians need to heed calls for libel law reforms (Mar 17): Belfast Telegraph
Mike Harris

Enda could surf Rising tide into post-Easter vote: Irish Independent
Daniel McConnell

The great dividing line between nationlism in Wales and Scotland: The Herald
David Torrance

Sunday, April 12

Tories aim to give us a real voice (Mar 9): Belfast Telegraph
Mark Brotherson

Republicans accused of covering up deaths of IRA 'child soldiers': Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack and Michael Browne

Gerry Adams has to change the record: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Jean was not an accidental casualty, someone made a decision to kill her: Sunday Independent
Mairia Cahill

Arder Carson – 'I'm Lord Mayor for the whole city, Protestant and Catholic' (Apr 6): Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

DUP MLA defends criticism of UUP counterpart over picture (Apr 6): The News Letter

Decision to build a permanent Maze pavilion is welcomed: Ulster Star

More police on streets after rioting in Derry: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn MacDermott

PSNI investigate after injured man dies: UTV

Polish man's house attacked in Tiger's Bay: BBC

Fifth man in court over paramilitary attack: UTV
Paul Higgins

The respectable and god-fearing smugglers of borderland: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Despite odd moments, you deserve the party (Apr 5): Sunday Independent
John Chambers

Easter Rising commemoration should be multi-cultural: Belfast Telegraph
Eamon Delaney and Paul Hopkins

The real moral of 1916 is that Irishness is not a contest: Irish Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

To say that it's grim up north lacks imagination: Sunday Independent
Liam Fay

Why we should all just admit Game of Thrones is Northern Ireland's crowning achievement: Belfast Telegraph
Damian Smyth

Northern Ireland stage is now set to fool tourists with film set towns (Apr 3): Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Are the Irish still a punchline for British television shows?: Sunday Independent
Ed Power

Be careful what you wish for on European vote (Apr 9): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

'A permanent rebalancing of power and wealth in the British State is not just possible – it is inevitable': Sunday Herald

Israelis and Palestinians take heed – Lessons from Northern Ireland (Apr 8):
Gary Spedding

Saturday, April 11

Stormont welfare row reignites over benefits: Irish News

Sinn Fein – No pre-election welfare deal: The News Letter
Sam McBride

DUP warning amid welfare reform row: Belfast Telegraph

The DUP's Westminster candidate says he's not taking voters for granted: Mid Ulster Mail
Shauna Corr

Sylvia Hermon's verdict on DUP bid for her seat – 'Interesting, but I'll win': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Election Diary – Maze theme park outsider: The News Letter

General election – Just under 25% of Northern Ireland candidates women: BBC

Naomi Long will need perfect storm to retain East Belfast seat in battle of popular Lord Mayors: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Steven Agnew – It's time for a green revolution (Apr 8): Belfast Telegraph
Steven Agnew

Charge over Co Down paramilitary attack: UTV

CBS 60 Minutes on Gerry Adams – Rewriting history for prime time US viewers: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Documentary to tell story of one-armed soccer star shot dead: Irish News
John Manley

Free-thinking is the hallmark of a liberal society: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

NI's first pagan priest speaks of his hopes for pre-Christian religion (Apr 7): Belfast Media
Evan Short

Obama gift to PSNI for G8 summit operation (Mar 9): The News Letter

A unionist sang an Orange song in the GPO on Easter Monday in front of Dev's grandson:
Paul Hosford

Don't make a politically correct version of the Proclamation: Irish Independent
David Quinn

We should commemorate our history as fact, not propaganda: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Why my British Army relative killed in 1916 deserves respect: Irish Voice/
Frances Mulraney

'Road to the Rising' tramples on our history (Apr 10): Irish Examiner
Emer O'Kelly

Taoiseach criticised for lack of 'understanding' for non-Irish speakers (Mar 12): The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

FAI charging fans €90 for England friendly: Irish Independent
John Fallon

Actor Ruairi Conaghan on his controversial role in The Bombing of The Grand Hotel: Irish Post
Fiona Audley

What's going on in Scotland: The Spectator
James Forsyth

Welcome to Scotland's neverendum: The Scotsman
Brian Wilson

Friday, April 10

We did the right thing standing aside in North Down – UUP: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Almost 140 candidates declare for 18 Westminster seats in North: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

DUP launch two-pronged attack on Gildernew: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Elliott expects 'hell of a fight' to win back seat: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

DUP election hopeful Jonathan Bell denies 'pulling fast one' over nomination papers: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

An Englishman in New Barnsley – Tory West Belfast candidate visits Easter parade and tells us he'll canvass everywhere: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

What our findings mean for the parties: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

North faces 'double whammy' in thorny UK vote: Irish Independent
James Downey

UK general election – three close races and three bankers up North (Apr 9): The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

DUP seeks 'victim terrorist' ban: The News Letter

'Shots fired' as cops come under attack in Derry: Sunday World
Jamie McDowell

Paramilitary-style attacks will be 'hard to crack': Coleraine Times

Man carries bomb to field to protect children: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese and Joanne Fleming

UDA "foot soldiers" to stand trial for attempted murder: Sunday World
Paul Higgins

McDonnell IRA play park claim 'harms relations' (Apr 7): The News Letter

Forgiveness can help us escape the pain that holds us back (Apr 6): Belfast Telegraph
Nuala McKeever

Irish Government urged to call for full inquiry into Northern Ireland boys home:

Role of Catholic Church in Easter Rising should be remembered: Irish Times
Eamonn McCann

Government is afraid to speak of the challenge of Easter week: The Irish Times
Gerry Adams

Insulting to remember British Army deaths equally during 1916 events: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

No place for IRA glorification in commemoration of Easter Rising: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Sinn Féin has broken Dáil rules on party political broadcasts… AGAIN:
Hugh O'Connell

How TV and film are rebranding the North of Ireland: Irish Post
Stephen Martin

Scottish politics offers hope to British voters – and a break from the nastiness: The Guardian
Sara Sheridan

I'd Forgotten Peace Was Possible: Farmington Daily Times
Jason Stanford

Thursday, April 9

DUP springs a surprise bid to unseat Lady Sylvia Hermon from North Down: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Gildernew won't tone down Sands link to attract voters: Ulster Herald

Martin Smyth 'misled' over DUP South Belfast nomination papers: BBC
Stephen Walker

Martin Smyth hits back – I do not back the DUP: The News Letter
Sam McBride

'Every vote counts', Adams tells Easter commemoration: Fermanagh Herald

PSNI widow Kate Carroll backs unionist pact candidate Tom Elliot: Belfast Telegraph
Steven Alexander

DUP could hold the keys to 10 Downing Street: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

DUP eyes on a post-election deal: Belfast Telegraph

Bail refused to alleged leader of paramilitary-style beating: The Irish Times
Paul Higgins

Belfast postman 'ringleader in five-man punishment gang': The News Letter

Arrest over hate attack against Polish families: UTV

Belfast racist hate crime figures up 43%: BBC

Allegation of 'sectarian' attacks in Castlederg: Ulster Herald

Ballyclare parade – Lodges put a spring in their step: Belfast Telegraph

Parade season – Orange Order must move with the times: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Heidi Hazell – Germany 1989 IRA murder inquiry reopens: BBC

Germany reopens probe into 1989 IRA murder: The News Letter

Where Friends of Sinn Féin raises money in the US (Mar 5): The Irish Times
Simon Carswell, Pamela Duncan

Thousands of travellers entering Ireland from UK will not be included in new passport checks: Irish Independent

Philosopher visits Derry murals: UTV

Relatives of Britain's 1916 soldiers call for Dublin memorial: RTE

Taoiseach should visit graves of British soldiers killed in 1916, says ex-Tory MP: The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

Memorial to 1916 British soldiers – Debate should be reasoned: Irish Examiner

Policing body in place this year: Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keeffe

Poll – Scots divided over whether there should be another indyref: The Herald

Wednesday, April 8

Cross party support at Elliott campaign launch: The News Letter

Safe-seat MPs voted in by habit: Belfast Telegraph
Bill White

How Adams has turned mastery of the 'Big Lie' technique into art form for SF: Irish Independent
Brian Hayes

Northern Ireland and Its Fragile Peace: New York Times
Katrin Bennhold

Peaceful start to marching season – Incident-free Apprentice Boys parades fuel hopes for easing of tensions: Belfast Telegraph
Christopher Woodhouse

Illegal dissident republican march through Derry passes off peacefully: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn MacDermott

Cross-community goodwill for Ardoyne blaze family: The News Letter

Polish families threatened during race hate attack: UTV

Polish dissident republican supporter arrested in Turkey: Belfast Telegraph
James Rothwell

Police must investigate Continuity IRA gun salute (Apr 6): Belfast Telegraph

'McDonnell OK with SDLP backing IRA play park name': The News Letter

SF chief demands truth over past... but expects us to forgive and forget: Belfast Telegraph
Seamus McKendry

Home secretary must include Kincora abuse in inquiry, says Belfast MP: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Eirígí criticises centenary celebration plans: Irish News
Connla Young

Falls soldier's song betrays complexity of Irish nationalism: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

My hope is that the whole nation comes together for centenary of 1916: Evening Herald

'Brexit' – Backlash from EU exit would hit Northern Ireland hardest: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Ireland gets nervous at prospect of 'Brexit' as election nears: The Guardian
Patrick Collinson

Easter fighting for life – Christianity needs to act (Apr 6): (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Despite the rise of irreligion, Britain is still a Christian country: The News Letter

Labour promises English town halls will get Scots-style devolution: The Herald

David Cameron – the Union is secure: Daily Telegraph
Peter Dominiczak, Ben Riley-Smith and Matthew Holehouse

Britain's election – rise of Scottish and English nationalists threatens old order: The Guardian
Michael White

Sturgeon booed as she hints at second independence referendum: Daily Telegraph
Auslan Cramb

Tuesday, April 7

Ukip MLA sends letter to BBC over leaders debate show: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

Fermanagh/South Tyrone just one of several seats on a knife-edge: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Will Northern Ireland Hold Balance Of Power?:
David Blevins

DUP man's SF photograph refusal 'protocol': The News Letter

Belfast unionists must shout ever louder to assert their Britishness: Financial Times
Vincent Boland

Give 'super councils' more power, says Lord Mayor Carson: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Commemorating 1916 – We are all equally entitled to call ourselves republican: The Irish Times
Joan Burton

Police widow horrified at dissident 'show of strength' near scene of Stephen Carroll's murder: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Dissident groups "are not the IRA": Belfast Media

Strabane SDLP councillor defiant after attack (Apr 5): The News Letter

Woman's face slashed in hate crime attack: UTV

Violence flares across Northern Ireland over Easter weekend: Belfast Telegraph
Nevin Farrell

Arrest over Strabane petrol bombing: UTV
Gráinne McCarry

'Unsettling' effect from gun attack in Co Antrim: The News Letter

McConville – My mother's murder is a war crime: Irish Examiner
Fiachra Ó Cionnaith

"60 Minutes" exposes shameful Boston College IRA tapes project: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Time for Sinn Féin to question Gerry Adams: Irish Independent

From the archives – Northern Ireland's "Troubles":

'We want a united and inclusive Ireland' – SF: Derry Journal

Sinn Fein to call for referendum on Irish unity at 1916 commemoration event: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Councillor pays respect to uprising British dead: The News Letter

How Republicans love to perpetuate the romantic myth: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

The common ground of the Easter Proclamation and the 1916 Rising (Apr 5): Sunday Independent
Brendan Leahy

Victim links Kincora to alleged London VIP abuse ring: The News Letter

Gay Cake row – Miley Cyrus weighs into fiery debate over conscience clause in the US: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

British exit from EU would hit Northern Ireland hardest: Belfast Telegraph
Ben Chu and Jamie Dunkley

In more than 25 years of living in England, I have never encountered such animosity against Scots: The Herald
Alan Middleton

Monday, April 6

McDonald backs Adams over McConville remark: Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

Adams denies in US interview role in McConville death: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

Adams 'trying to justify the unjustifiable' on McConville murder: The News Letter

Gerry Adams says Sinn Féin committed to referendum on unity: BBC

And they're off... but who's going to win Westminster race? (Apr 2): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Why nothing may be impossible after May 7: Tribune Magazine
John Coulter

Leaders must rise to challenge (Mar 24): Belfast Telegraph

First signs of Adams' trusty Teflon image wearing thin on public (Mar 5): Sunday Independent
John Drennan

Kelly praises IRA's 'bravery and commitment': The News Letter

A new body would boost integration (Mar 5): Belfast Telegraph
Noreen Campbell

Integration key 'if small schools are to survive' (Mar 17): Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Ipswich street named after hunger striker: Irish Echo (Australia)

Royal Mail letter boxes provide a truly inclusive history lesson on our doorstep: Irish Independent
Mary Kenny

Gerry Adams thinks Ireland needs "another Rising":
Paul Hosford

1916 celebrations a masterpiece of solemn dignity: The Irish Times
Miriam Lord

Sinn Fein trapped in a time warp (Apr 5): Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

How the seeds of today's welfare problems were sown in the 1970s (Apr 3): Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

A heretical thought – let UK leave the EU (Apr 4): The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth

Parties that care about the UK will spurn any SNP deal (Apr 2): The News Letter

Sunday, April 5

PSNI U-turn on fitness test – police change policy on physical checks for female candidates: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Sorry seems to be the hardest word for our top cops: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Mid Ulster visit by Irish President Michael D. Higgins 'opposed by unionists': Mid Ulster Mail

Greens' growth has just begun (Mar 31): Belfast Telegraph
Steven Agnew

Blackout is hard to stomach – Eamonn Holmes (Apr 3): Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Country awash with bogus fuel but State carried out just 24 tanker tests: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

McGahon's IRA rapist named in new abuse claim: Sunday Independent
Maeve Sheehan and Daniel McConnell

Once discarded like a dead stray, Jean McConville hasn't gone away, you know: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Protestant mum shot by UVF is remembered on new plaque: Portadown Times

Molyneaux 'had tenuous grip on power in early years as UUP leader' (Mar 10): The News Letter

Poll finds drop in support for SF and Independents as Labour gains: RTE

The future belongs to our young, but they may find a light to it in embers of 1916 (Apr 3): Irish Independent
James Downey

Dead and gone – Europe changing as rapidly now as it did in 1916 (Apr 1): Irish Examiner
Gerard Howlin

Less pageantry and more focus on who was shot and why – Deasy: Sunday Independent
John Drennan

What purpose would a new Proclamation serve in the 21st century? (Apr 1): The Irish Times
John A Murphy

A uniquely Irish commemoration: Sunday Independent

Subtle differences between us and southern neighbours: The News Letter
Sandra Chapman

93% of Irish parents baptise their kids but just 35% pray with them (Mar 25): The Irish Times
Pamela Duncan

Northern Ireland tourism – Worries over sterling's strength against the euro (Apr 2): BBC
Julian O'Neill

Edwin Poots' bid to overturn rulings that gay blood ban was irrational and "infected" by bias will not take place until October (Mar 28): Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Leo favours lifting ban on gay men giving blood (Jan 26): Irish Independent
Brian Byrne

Scotland's SNP revolution terrifies the main parties: The Observer
Kevin McKenna

Saturday, April 4

Leaders debate goes ahead without DUP – but here's what Peter Robinson would have said to the nation: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Outcome of election on knife-edge: Belfast Telegraph
Will Chambré

An election with many candidates and possible outcomes: The News Letter

Ulster's voters deserve a voice: Belfast Telegraph

SDLP admits taking pay hike three years after vowing to reject increase: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

'Hands off our poppy' graffiti and security alert at Mid Ulster council offices: Tyrone Times

Man shot in the face plans to move out of his home: Belfast Telegraph

'It was an execution – they came straight in and bang!': Belfast Media
David Whelan

Almost 30 discoveries of illegal fuel waste in just three months: The News Letter

'Mad Dog' raid nets €15k worth of sunglasses: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

Republican's lawyer criticises delays in McConville case: The News Letter

Gerry Adams to appear on CBS "60 Minutes" this Sunday: Irish Voice/
James O'Shea

Gerry Adams – 'I never pulled a trigger, ordered a murder or set off a bomb': Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

Jean McConville family are outraged at 'two-faced' comment by Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan

Adams should be more sensitive to relatives' suffering: Belfast Telegraph

Joan Burton compares Gerry Adams' leadership of Sinn Fein to North Korea regime: Irish Independent

DUP MP – Irish should join Commonwealth: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Ó hEára to address Easter Sunday rally: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

1916 Rising commemorations won't please everybody: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Remembering 1916 will have big impact on Election 2016: Evening Herald
Andrew Lynch

1916 commemorations – Why Rising to the occasion is not easy: Irish Examiner
Michael Clifford

Can IRA be compared to Islamic State?: Sydney Morning Herald
Frank O'Shea

England fans ran riot – Retribution swift and brutal as Lansdowne thugs paid for sins: Belfast Telegraph
John Laverty

Why are we waiting to quit the EU?: The News Letter
Jim Allister

Keeping Britain in the EU is best for Ireland – so we need Conservatives to lose: Irish Independent
Dan O'Brien

Friday, April 3

Narrow margins in Fermanagh and South Tyrone: BBC
Gareth Gordon

Hung Parliament prospects for NI parties: UTV

What a Gay Cake Row in Belfast Says About Cameron's Route to Power:
Donal Griffin

Why cake row has shown real hunger for a bit more common sense: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

DUP and SF unite to give ratepayers' cash to ex-terrorists: The News Letter

A gripping battle looms in the East (Feb 2): Belfast Telegraph

SDLP welcome 'change of heart' on use of 'Derry' in General Election nomination forms: Derry Journal
Sheena Jackson

We're the only ones prepared to balance Stormont books – Ford (Mar 15): The News Letter
Sam McBride

In a city where divisions are toxic and total, the problem is not with the flag – it's with the people who can only see it as an insult to themselves (Mar 17): Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Key to Ronan Kerr killers 'in East Tyrone': Tyrone Times

Calls for 'full disclosure' inquiry into the Ballymurphy massacre: Irish Catholic
Cathal Barry

Sectarian circus that passes for council politics (Mar 6): Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Jean McConville case 'dragging on': UTV

Preview – The Good Friday Agreement:

Lucifer gets a bad press... what evil is he responsible for?: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

Warning on North's corporation tax devolution: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Heather's hand of friendship to unionists: Irish Independent
Kathryn Donnelly

GPO rebels would hate IRA abuse controversy – Tánaiste: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

What does Sinn Féin have up its sleeve for 2016?: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Ryanair issues clarification following 'Irish' app update: The Irish Times
Ciarán D'Arcy

Anti-IRA chants are not illegal, says English football supporters' organisation:
Eoin O'Callaghan

Is there ever any point talking to the EDL? (Mar 23): The Guardian
Diane Abbott and Padraig Reidy

Thursday, April 2

Majority of UUP voters will back me, says DUP's Gavin Robinson: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Allister – TUV only real alternative for unionist voters: The News Letter

Election 2015 – DUP warns future government over SNP support: BBC

DUP not tied to 'one direction' if there is a hung parliament: Belfast Telegraph
Gary Grattan

Election 2015 – SDLP pledges to back Miliband as next prime minister: BBC

Northern Ireland passions move centre stage: BBC
Mark Mardell

'On-the-runs' issue could run and run in the North elections: The Irish Times
Eamonn McCann

The Guardian view on the TV leaders' debate – don't leave Northern Ireland out: The Guardian

Gregory Campbell warns against 'Republican aggression' in new Mid Ulster council: Tyrone Times
Michael McGlade

Belfast has matured says new mayor: Belfast Telegraph

Name change proposal sparks heated debate: Coleraine Times

Minister's decision to pull bands funding 'perverse': The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Man shot in so-called 'punishment attack' in West Belfast: Sunday World
Jamie McDowell

New police appeal in Constable Ronan Kerr murder case: Belfast Telegraph
Joanne Fleming

Probe into 1982 shooting evidence: Belfast Telegraph

'Brutal and sectarian reality' of IRA campaign highlighted: The News Letter

Sarah's Law is no panacea for scourge of paedophilia: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

It's a rotten society that extols gunmen and spurns victims (Mar 10): Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Why celebrate political violence?: Evening Herald

Drink-drive cases adjourned after Irish-language legal claim (Mar 31): Irish Independent
Greg Harkin

Roy Hodgson calls on England fans to stop anti-IRA chants ahead of Ireland trip in June: Daily Mirror
John Cross

Muddling through to a very British version of federalism: The Herald
Michael Keating

Mini Election – what's on the mind of Scottish nationalists?: The Spectator
Sebastian Payne

MEP Anderson's picky about what causes to favour (Mar 30): Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Wednesday, April 1

Upper Bann set to be unionist grudge match after UUP turn down DUP's trade-off deal: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Fermanagh and Omagh unionists leave council chamber over Irish Presidential motion: Fermanagh Herald

Gearóid Ó hEára – I can take seat from SDLP: Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

New 'super councils' begin work in Northern Ireland: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Chance to make real difference: Belfast Telegraph

Councillor 'threatened to shove glass bottle down throat' of TUV woman's husband on night of loyalist flag protest, court hears: Belfast Telegraph
Nevin Farrell

Punishment victim tells how 9-year-old daughter tried to protect him: Derry Journal
Ellen Barr

Shot man discharges himself from hospital: Irish News

Stop these paramilitary attacks: Ballymoney Times

Paramilitary-style attacks convictions "virtually impossible" without victim support: BBC

Andrew Allen killing should be 'utterly condemned' – Coroner: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

David Ford wary of all-island probe into IRA sex abuse: Belfast Telegraph
Niall O'Connor

Terror victims reclaim 'For God and Ulster' from UVF: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Delay in Omagh bomb phone records handover: UTV

Inflammatory images from a bonfire and Ardoyne, both of them fake: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Ashers Bakery 'gay cake' case – End of the hearing, but not the debate: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Courtroom bun fight only demeaning gay activists (Mar 29): (from the Sunday Life)
Suzanne Breen

Sarah's Law ruled out by Ford over fears it could lead to vigilante attacks: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

40 events – but no royal visit – planned to mark centenary of 1916: Irish Independent
Shane Phelan and Philip Ryan

Ulster Protestant Arts Minister wants inclusive 2016 commemoration: Londonderry Sentinel

Sinn Fein events for 1916 centenary: Derry Journal

Memorial to British in 1916 centenary: Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

Fine Gael clarifies Taoiseach's 'new proclamation' comments: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan

Easter Rising events programme should calm Government critics: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Don't invite royals to 1916 commemorations: Derry Journal

Rising to the occasion: The Irish Times

New Renua candidate denies he approached Sinn Fein before leaving Fianna Fail: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Controversial dramatisation of IRA's Brighton bombing proves a "tough role" for lead actor: Irish Post
Fiona Audley

Football fan admits calling Celtic star Leigh Griffiths a 'f****n c***' in Sectarian attack on Twitter: Scottish Daily Record
Charlotte Thomson

Rio 2016 – FA scraps plans for Great Britain football teams: BBC

New poll shows SNP will annihilate Labour – but the nation is still divided over independence: The Spectator
Sebastian Payne


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