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Friday, April 15

NI assembly election – UUP 'to make education priority': BBC
Mark Devenport

Mike Nesbitt not excluding chance he may be First Minister: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

I'd rather stick needles in my eyes than vote DUP, says UUP candidate: The News Letter
Sam McBride

North Antrim – TUV may fall just short of grabbing second seat: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Upper Bann – Dolores Kelly and SDLP facing battle to hold off Sinn Féin: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Warren Little on the Labour candidate in the upcoming Northern Ireland assembly elections and what he may bring to the table: Impartial Reporter
Warren Little

Labour rebels deserve the respect of pro-Union voters: The News Letter
Editorial

NI Assembly election – Newbuildings polling station moved over flag complaints: BBC

Northern Ireland's power-sharing parliament may soon have an official opposition: New Statesman
Siobhan Fenton

Survivors and victims to speak at Troubles event: Irish News
Connla Young

Dublin – Men arrested after new IRA explosives find: BBC

New IRA bomb plot fears after Dublin explosives find: The News Letter

Gardai quiz pair over suspected New IRA bomb plot after explosives found in car: The News Letter

'Children threw petrol bombs' in Derry: UTV

Gary Donnelly – Independent walks out of Council meeting over police presence: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

'Republicans are indoctrinating their children like ISIS' – Chair of North's Police Federation: Newstalk.com
Richard Chambers

Hardliners' lack of political plan shores up a system they despise: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Loyalists given permission to protest at republican parade: Irish News
Connla Young

Man arrested over murder of Paul Quinn in Co Monaghan as garda being land dig: Irish Mirror
Colin Brennan and Brian Hutton

Man arrested over Paul Quinn murder was shot by dissidents: Irish News
Allison Morris

Quinn parents are left shattered after van trail runs cold: Irish Independent
Jim Cusack and Suzanne Breen

Troubles killer Martin Neeson in Stormont legal challenge over sacking from job he did for 18 years: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Soldier who fired rubber bullet that hit boy in 1972 'too ill to give evicence': The News Letter

McGurk's Bar massacre – Bid to quash police report delayed as challenge is adjourned: Belfast Telegraph

UUP proposes 'people park' to mark NI centenary: The News Letter

Members of Congress work to prevent deportation of Rutherford man: Bergen Record
Herb Jackson

The Irish Voice endorses Hillary Clinton: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Editorial

Sinn Féin president defends his party's opposition to anti-terrorism laws: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan

Government talks – Gerry Adams slams 'charade' but Sinn Féin fails to back a candidate: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

Stagnation once again in the Dáil: Irish Independent
Editorial

Brexit Yes would not bring back the Border: Irish Independent
John Downing

The Old Firm baggage that belongs in the past: The Herald
Editorial

Thursday, April 14

NI Assembly election – TUV in British ministers proposal: BBC
Enda McClafferty

TUV manifesto puts EU referendum debate front and centre: Irish News
David Young

East Antrim – Ukip can take advantage of anti-EU sentiment: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Billy Dickson's new party South Belfast Unionists joins the fray: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Belfast East – Major tussle in store between DUP and Alliance: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Strangford: UUP target is to win – and this time hold – second seat: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Poll results – How will Northern Ireland vote in the Assembly elections and EU referendum: Belfast Telegraph
Bill White

Something for everyone in first Assembly leaders' debate: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

A new generation of constructive candidates begins to emerge: The News Letter
Trevor Ringland

Twists and turns out on hustings: Belfast Telegraph
Will Chambre

Labour rebels defy party to set up new Northern Ireland party: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Labour NI backs main aim of breakaway party: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

UUP backing a single education system as 'a virtual inoculation jab' against sectarianism: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Tory-hating is the last bastion of Anglophobia: The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

Gerry Adams will have 'no problem' publishing his tax returns in wake of Panama papers – Sinn Féin TDs: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan

Companies House apologies for listing Sinn Féin councillor as 'Northern Irish': Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Call for new members on forum for Troubles victims in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Lost details of republicans found by off-duty PSNI policeman: Irish News
Connla Young

'Grow up' Sinn Fein man tells dissidents: Larne Times

€10,000 seized as two significant 'New IRA' suspects arrested in cash handover: Belfast Telegraph
Ken Foy

Ex-prisoner Neeson claims unlawfully stopped from working as groundskeeper: Irish News

Community sickened by town's racist graffiti: The News Letter

Ex-IRA man disowns his past but wants 'Repent' sign over stormont: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Ex-Army official 'regrets' Francis Rowntree death: UTV

Rubber bullet victim Francis Rowntree's brother says British Major's 'regret' falls short of 'sorry': Irish News
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Family of murdered IRA informer protest against inquest delays: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Inside a consulting giant's deep roots in Clinton land: Politico.com
Rachael Bade

Scots Tories unveil pro-Union drive to fight new independence bid: The Scotsman
Scott Macnab

Wednesday, April 13

Troubles issues of 'paramount importance' peers told: The News Letter

Shankill bomber Sean Kelly says he is victim of 'political policing': Irish News
Connla Young

CRJ projects net £2.5m in funding since 2007 despite republicans support for policing: Irish News
John Monaghan

'Together we can create a prosperous and fair Ireland' McGuinness tells ICTU Conference: Derry Journal

Instability in Dublin and London is bad news for north: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Election 2016 – Candidates praise loyalist protesters: Newtownabbey Times

Unionists should back Middleton in Foyle and transfer, says DUP MP Gregory Campbell: Londonderry Sentinel

Hussey offers £500 challenge to former UUP colleague: Ulster Herald
Conor Sharkey

Councillors must declare property and business interests: Irish News
Editorial

Martin McGuinness and David Ford latest Northern Ireland leaders to reveal earnings from tax return: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam & Jonny Bell

Parties should publish details of their donors, says Ford: Newtownabbey Times

Just who is in tune with new, highly elite band?: Belfast Telegraph
Darach MacDonald

DUP's Adrian McQuillan stands by Traveller comments (Apr 12): Irish News
Connla Young

UVF murder bid victim tells how she rebuilt her life after gun attack: The Sunday Life
Ciaran Barnes

MoD stance on UDR widows' pensions 'quite chilling': The News Letter

IRA victim's father bids for new inquest over claims British agent Freddie 'Stakeknife' Scappaticci 'played central role' in son's murder: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

'Pages missing' from military log after boy killed by rubber bullet: Irish Independent
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Women and children not specifically targeted with rubber bullets – ex-major: The News Letter

Review will not be held into death of soldier from Warrington – police confirm: Warrington Guardian

Jimmy Nicholl on football, the Troubles, and bringing together divided communities (Apr 12): The Herald
Neil Cameron

Man who shouted Irish republican slogan Tiocfaidh ar la outside Belfast McDonald's is convicted of disorderly behaviour: Belfast Telegraph

Martin McGuinness visits Narrow Water Bridge: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Parade organisers say they covered Carson's head on west Belfast mural: Irish News
Allison Morris

Pathetic targetting of memorials (Apr 5): Irish News
Editorial

Awareness of Irish history in London is thin on the ground (Mar 30): The Irish Times
Maria Leahy

Complexity of Irish history in one family's story: Irish News
Jim Gibney

Queen Elizabeth II replies to Dublin pupil's Easter Rising letter: The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

Hillary Clinton believes a Brexit 'awful for Ireland', says Bill: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

Next 72 days will be pivotal in deciding if UK remains in EU: Irish Independent
Charlie Flanagan

Tuesday, April 12

Eastwood says election chance to end 'stranglehold' by Sinn Féin and DUP: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

With three weeks until the Assembly election, 13 candidates are in the race: Impartial Reporter
Meadhbh Monahan

Lift the veil on political donations: Belfast Telegraph
Steven Agnew

Same-old, same-old parties need to realise non-voters are driving change: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Third councillor in Tyrone leaves SDLP: BBC

Orange Order and Villiers meet following criticism at Twaddell parade: The News Letter

'Foreign doctors should be deported over a parking fine' says UKIP's Northern Ireland leader: Tyrone Times

Ukip rows back on vow to deport foreigners for parking offences: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

DUP woman's husband calls in police over Facebook post: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

DUP's Adrian McQuillan accused of racism over Traveller Facebook post (Apr 11): Irish News
Connla Young

Monk's gang hold talks with INLA: Sunday World
Eamon Dillon

Row over International Wall escalates with threats to artist: Irish News
Allison Morris

McCartney unveils Bobby Sands billboard: Derry Journal

Local UDR Association holds parade and wreath laying: Ulster Star

George Mitchell – My one day of success in peace talks: Belfast Telegraph
Deirdre Reynolds

Stakeknife – Mulhern family divided over inquiry into Army agent: BBC
Kevin Magee

Soldier 'had clear view of 11-year-old boy' when he fired rubber bullet: Sunday World

DUP's Arlene Foster reveals her earnings in wake of Panama Papers controversy: Belfast Telegraph
David Hughes & Jonny Bell

Northern Ireland politicians make tax affairs public: BBC

SDLP's Declan Boyle says details of properties 'none of your business': Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Just 11% of Ministry of Defence staff in north are Catholics: Irish News
John Monaghan

Unionists are denying us all the rights of union: Belfast Live
Joe Lindsay

City Council to remove unauthorised Mervue 1916 plaque: Connacht Tribune

Ireland bowed to the past on Easter Sunday but was not bound by it: The Irish Times
Theresa Villiers

Easter Rising remembered in south with healthy variety: Irish News
Fionnuala O Connor

Why the unionists should have come to the GPO: The Irish Times
Ben Lowry

Misnomers and myths abound in Sinn Fein telling of 1916: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Why Ireland must get rid of its disgraceful blasphemy law: The Guardian
Roy Greenslade

Sinn Féin and Social Democrats get off lightly by refusing to get their hands dirty: Irish Independent
Shane Coleman

Theresa Villiers claims 'no need to erect border controls' after Brexit: Irish News
Connla Young

Brexit: Any bid for Border controls 'unacceptable' – SF: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Police issue policy on sectarianism to bars marking Ireland's Easter Rising: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Monday, April 11

Mitchell recalls triumph after '700 days of failure': Irish Independent
Deirdre Reynolds

George Mitchell says son's birth drove him in peace process: The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

We need to move away from the curse of whataboutery (Mar 25): Irish News
Alex Kane

North's election will be dominated by 'Project Fear': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

NI Conservatives snubbed by David Cameron in election speech: Irish News

Sinn Féin councillor Brian McGuigan is 'Northern Irish': Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Irish schools 'preferential treatment' claim rejected (Apr 6): Irish News
Simon Doyle

Support for a single education system in Northern Ireland (Mar 23): The News Letter
Editorial

Almost 4,000 stop and search operations in Newry area: Irish News
Connla Young

SDLP poised to 're-examine all decisions' on IRA park name: The News Letter

Naming a park after McCreesh was a highly insensitive move (Apr 9): The News Letter
Editorial

Council marks UDR freedom of the city: Ulster Star

McKeown – Easter Rising memorial critics are 'hypocrites' (Apr 6): Larne Times
Victoria Leonard

Ombudsman asked to look into wearing of chain at 1916 event: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

It is the right time to take the unionist case to Dublin (Apr 7): The News Letter
Editorial

Panama papers row – Martin McGuinness to reveal tax returns: Irish News
Connla Young

Third of MLAs with rental properties not registered as landlords: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Stormont gift shop turnover slumps...but it still brought in more than £250,000 (Mar 26): Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Gardaí 'in the dark' about terror threat level: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Why we should welcome a Jesuit in an Anglican pulpit (Apr 2): Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

The UK's abortion shame – Northern Ireland urged to stop prosecuting women under abortion ban: The Independent
Siobhan Fenton

A more liberal interpretation of the North's abortion law (Mar 31): The Irish Times
Eamonn McCann

Northern Ireland's shame (Jan 7): The Guardian
Editorial

Detective's claims at inquest 'beyond belief' – Doherty (Mar 26): Ulster Herald

Fine Gael-led minority government the only option (Apr 8): The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

This FF-FG divide runs much deeper than a mere Civil War (Apr 10): Sunday Independent
Eoin O'Malley

SF and Left hide behind mandate (Apr 10): Sunday Independent
Editorial

Jump in and talk Irish like I did (Jan 1): The Irish Times
Joe McHugh

Brexit could lead to Irish Border controls, Tories warn: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Frank Costello on the dangers to Northern Ireland of the UK leaving the EU: Irish News
Frank Costello

'Graeme didn't care about Catholics and Protestants' – Jimmy Nicholl recalls Graeme Souness Rangers revolution (Apr 7): The Herald
Graeme McGarry

Nationalists seek a power of veto on broadcasting to crush dissent (Feb 19): The Herald
Jenny Hjul

Sunday, April 10

Archbishop leads church in talks with SDLP: Derry Journal

PSCP chair admits being on Armagh trip: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Shape of Dublin government could impact on Stormont poll: Irish News
Patrick Murphy

Unite launches 'internal review' into branch banner at Easter Rising commemoration parade: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Shankill victim's brother in plea to NIO over bomber Kelly: The News Letter

Ann Travers – 'The day my sister was killed by evil men 32 years ago is with me forever': Belfast Telegraph
Cate McCurry

The day the IRA tried to bomb the Queen – Provos' failed bid to kill Monarch at Sullom Voe is a forgotten episode in Scots history (Apr 9): Scottish Daily Record
Steven Taylor

Brenda Hale interview – 'My husband died trying to save others in Afghanistan' (Feb 20): The News Letter
Joanne Savage

UDA boss Dee Stitt's charity Charter NI bids for £250,000 of taxpayers money for Belfast building (Mar 22): The Sunday Life
Ciaran Barnes and Alan Murray

Cultural society in Sinn Féin expenses controversy becomes a charity: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Authors propose 35-year road map to prosperity and social justice in North (Sep 8): The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Controversial 1916 banner removed from College Green: The Irish Times
Olivia Kelly

Red pencils for Sinn Fein's ersatz cultural revolution: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Glasnevin Trust fixes fada on 1916 memorial wall: The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

Tom Collins – Nation remembers the poets' revolution (Mar 28): Irish News

Time to make Ireland a republic in reality as well as in name (Mar 29): Irish Examiner
Fergus Finlay

Kenny's full partnership ploy will only help Adams: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Gender equality is our goal (Mar 21): Belfast Telegraph
Steven Agnew

Abortion issue may impact on closely fought assembly seats (Feb 29): Irish News
Martin O'Brien

Arlene Foster – Abortions do not just affect women (Feb 10): The News Letter

Women have final choice when it comes to pregnancy (Apr 8): Irish News
Alex Kane

Michaella's lies – 'Sectarianism' and Ibiza escape claims are exposed (Apr 6): Irish Independent
Luke Byrne and Martin Grant

Tory candidate – UK Government department for union should be created: The Herald

Saturday, April 9

Election guidelines scupper BBC broadcast of Gerry Adams's Ard Fheis speech: Irish News
John Manley

South casts a shadow over Sinn Fein's campaign launch: Belfast Telegraph

Northern Ireland Assembly elections – the latest party poll results and seat predictor: Belfast Telegraph
Bill White

Top Drumcree Orangeman backs Twaddell protestors: The News Letter

Both sides hopeful of resolution before height of marching season: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Greater Ardoyne Residents Collective will oppose any return parade 'compromise': Irish News
Allison Morris

Belfast Orangeman denies Ardoyne collision charges: BBC

Republican women group's flag fuels tensions in Cookstown: Tyrone Times

Dissidents on prison leave boast about taking part in Coalisland Easter Rising parade: Mid Ulster Mail

Park murderers also behind killing of Conor McKee: Belfast Media

Prisoner body – 'We will not release terms of mass murderer Sean Kelly's licence': The News Letter

Loyalist implicated in sectarian murders is found dead: Portadown Times

Informant 'told police about UVF gang in '97': UTV
Sharon O'Neill

Man whose IRA bomb plot conviction quashed faces huge legal bill after losing compo battle: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Paul McCauley murder accused still has links to loyalist paramilitaries, court told: Derry Journal

Mother of IRA Kingsmills victim to challenge decision to name Newry playground after IRA hunger striker Raymond McCreesh: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Unionists hail 'courageous' 88-year-old who took on McCreesh play park name: The News Letter

Chief Constable – Unlikley Enniskillen bombers 'will end up in a court room': Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

A betrayal of the Enniskillen dead: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Bloody Sunday – Relatives voice concerns on the handling of 'Troubles' cases: Derry Journal
Eamon Sweeney

US congressmen move to block ex-INLA man's deportation: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

Campaign for murdered Scottish 'honey trap' soldiers: The News Letter

Rolling Stones threatened to cancel Slane Castle gig over IRA bombings: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Loyalists throw wedding party for Michael Stone in maximum security Maghaberry Prison (Apr 7): Belfast Live
Chris Kilpatrick

Michael Stone – Back in the news but yesterday's man, the demise of a loyalist monster: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Northern Ireland football bridges divide after dark days of Troubles: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Royal British Legion attends civic event in Belfast to mark Easter Rising: Belfast Telegraph

Unionists debating 1916 is a step towards agreeing a common heritage: Irish Independent
Martina Devlin

Ireland Remembers the Past and Forgets the Present: CounterPunch
Aidan O'Brien

How a failed rebellion changed the world – The Easter Rising's strange centennial: Salon.com
Andrew O'Hehir

Enda Kenny and Micheál Martin face three unappetising choices: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Our political class fails character test of power: Irish Independent
Editorial

How cinema helped Belfast – and vice versa: The Guardian
Mark Cousins

'Ulster will lose €3.5 billion in the case of Brexit': Londonderry Sentinel

Ireland must have government 'to respond to Brexit vote': The Irish Times
Eoin Burke-Kennedy

Alan Johnson fears for British-Irish relations after a Brexit vote: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Friday, April 8

Twaddell 1,000th day rally hears Parades Commission "muppets" blasted: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Orange Order marks 1,000th day of Twelfth Twaddell protest – over £18m spent on policing: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Senior Orangeman outlines 'simple resolution' to disputed parade row: Belfast Telegraph

Twaddell camp began after dissident rioters were appeased: The News Letter
Editorial

Time to find a resolution on contentious Ardoyne parade: Irish News
Editorial

Jailed Twaddell rioter tagged himself on social media: The News Letter

Claim man suffered broken wrists when he was 'shoved' into back of police Land Rover rejected by Police Ombudsman: Belfast Telegraph

Eastwood – 'New SDLP' offering fresh alternative: Derry Journal

Alliance – Time to end 'go slow' politics: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Seconds out in the red, white and blue corner as Foster and Nesbitt do battle for heart and soul of Unionism: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

SF 'digital army' campaign row: The News Letter

Chief Constable to be pressed on masked men at parades: Ulster Herald

Fermanagh and Omagh District Council chairman, Thomas O'Reilly, says it was 'appropriate' to wear ceremonial chain to 1916 Easter Rising commemoration: Impartial Reporter
Jonathan Rainey

Answers needed from Unite union over its banner at republican march: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Queen 'tweet row' rumbles on in council: Ballymena Times

Leading loyalist implicated in murders by 'supergrass' dies suddenly: Irish News
Allison Morris

Shankill bomber Sean Kelly released in Conor McKee murder investigation: BBC

Coroner views "sensitive" files in case of former IRA man John Brady: Irish News
Connla Young

Palace Barracks explosion – Man released unconditionally: BBC

Man arrested in Kent over sectarian murder in Londonderry in 2006: Belfast Telegraph

Father dies as a direct result of helping clean up after IRA Manchester Arndale bomb: Belfast Live
Vicky Smith

Owen Carron challenged to return to Northern Ireland by Enniskillen woman who lost parents in Enniskillen bomb: Impartial Reporter

Tribute to Herron family slain by IRA incendiary device unveiled at Dromore Orange Hall: Belfast Telegraph

Plaque unveiled on anniversary of Dromore atrocity: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Maze breakout movie will turn IRA terrorists into heroes, claim angry unionists: Belfast Telegraph
Cate McCurry

Michaella McCollum's Facebook posts hailing dead IRA men as heroes: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Frampton and Gillespie Twitter storm over praise for Rangers promotion: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley Houston

Golf body u-turn over Masters leadership flag listing: Irish News

Historic unionist event is held in the heart of Dublin: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Nobel peace laureate Máiread Maguire describes Easter Rising as 'ethically and morally wrong': Irish News
John Monaghan

Home rule could have led peacefully to independence: The Irish Times
John Bruton

Bray Air Display line-up off to a flier with Red Arrows booking: The Irish Times
Mark Hilliard

Shaky FG-FF talks collapse into a bitter war of words: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle and Cormac McQuinn

Brexit will be 'game over' for north's low tax rate: Irish News
Gary McDonald

Brexit would put Northern Ireland progress at risk, says Alan Johnson: The Guardian
Rowena Mason

Why Ireland is gritting its teeth for Brexit: Daily Telegraph
Bruce Clark

Thursday, April 7

Foyle to see showdown between Martin McGuinness and Colum Eastwood: BBC
Chris Page

Sinn Féin criticises Foyle anti-abortion election candidate: Irish News
Connla Young

Doctor standing for election clarifies abortion comments: The News Letter

SDLP Assembly election campaign launch overshadowed as two councillors leave party: Belfast Telegraph

DUP pledges to stop "squandering money" on Irish language schools: Belfast Live
Michael McHugh

Conradh na Gaeilge should win but it will be an empty victory: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Gerry Adams says he will stand for leadership of Sinn Féin: The Irish Times
Sarah Bardon

Veteran McNarry to bow out of politics to 'see grandchildren grow up': The News Letter
Sam McBride

They may never go away, you know...: UTV
Brian Rowan

DUP's Gary Middleton furious over council call for jailed republican Tony Taylor to be released: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Council motion reeks of politicking: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Nationalists need to support the state against dissident: The News Letter
Editorial

Man held over Army base bombing: Belfast Telegraph

RIRA man jailed for 6 years for explosives possession: RTE

Dissident republican prisoners released to 'attend Easter Rising commemorations': Belfast Telegraph

Prisoners 'participated in 1916 demos' on temporary release: The News Letter

Was Carnlough memorial ceremony 'illegal parade?': Larne Times
Victoria Leonard

Loyalist posters in Cookstown a reaction to 1916 Easter Rising hype: Mid Ulster Mail

Police Ombudsman renews appeal over Ormeau parade: UTV

Complaints received about police handling of Junior Orange Lodge disturbance: Belfast Telegraph

Funding for Twaddell group as loyalist protest escalates: Irish News
Allison Morris

Paul McCauley murder – Two men arrested last year being further interviewed today: Belfast Live
Sheena McStravick

Family 'think of murdered policeman every day': Ulster Herald

Secretary of State failed to hand over all documents in 'Hooded Men' case, court hears: Portadown Times
Carmel Robinson

UDR widow's war pension pain: The News Letter

Conspiracy of silence that has clipped the wings of a potential tourism high-flyer for Ulster Aviation Society: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Six years on, advice which cleared Robinson still can't be revealed: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Ukip wants 'Celtic coalition' to protect union: Belfast Telegraph

'Brexit' could have 'serious implications' for Donegal: Derry Journal

Last ditch effort to save Irish refugee from US deportation: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Debbie McGoldrick

Easter Rising led to creation of Northern Ireland – UUP leader: The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

Rising centenary marked with 'great dignity', British ambassador says: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Let's all embrace new appetite for truth not myths: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Why British soldiers belong on the 1916 Remembrance Wall: The Irish Times
Neil Richardson

It's 2016 – and still women in Northern Ireland are punished for having abortions: The Guardian
Anne Perkins

Role of rotating Taoiseach now on offer for Martin in 'equal partnership': Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor and Kevin Doyle

Victim slams Maze escape film at Cork jail: The News Letter

Producers defend controversial jail break movie 'Maze' being filmed in Irish prison: Irish Independent
Catha?l McMahon

A merger of Scotland's unionist parties? We disagree on too much.: STV
Paul Cruikshank

Wednesday, April 6

'Children of the Belfast Agreement' give their verdicts on the state of NI politics: BBC
Gareth Gordon

A small band of Labour supporters in NI have kept the faith: The News Letter
Editorial

Loyalists threaten repeat of flag protests over 'two-tier policing of parades': Belfast Live
Chris Kilpatrick

PSNI – Meeting with loyalist band protestors 'constructive': The News Letter

Loyalists protest over CS spray incident at Orange Order parade: BBC

Too few officers, excessive hours and not enough treatment says PFNI as long-term sick leave among UK police for psychological issues increases by a third: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

'Cronyism' within SDLP blamed for councillors' leaving: Ulster Herald

SDLP say resignation of Patsy Kelly 'comes as no surprise': Derry Journal

DUP seeks to personify itself in one person – Arlene Foster: The News Letter
Sam McBride

DUP red faces over former 'INLA' man in picture – MP Shannon and councillor not told republican robber was in frame for photo op: Belfast Telegraph

CIRA issue death threat to Glens of Antrim 'drugs gang': Irish News
Allison Morris

Attack on GAA club in Moy condemned by Orange Order: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Changing the mindsets of hatred: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Villiers' office defends jailing of Derry Republican: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

SDLP 'undermining non-violent credentials' by backing dissident vote: The News Letter

McGuinness raises Tony Taylor arrest with Theresa Villiers: Derry Journal

Derry republican set for payout following NIO error: Irish News
Allison Morris

Ex-Paras have been questioned on Bloody Sunday: Derry Journal

Widow sickened as memorial to Teebane terror victims vandalised again: Belfast Telegraph
Cate McCurry

Fury at £40k bill for aborted Omagh bomb trial of republican Seamus Daly: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Restoring dignity to the memory of Denis Donaldson: Irish News
Jarlath Kearney

Loughgall ambush SAS soldier 'at scene when innocent taxi driver was killed': The News Letter

Kingsmill massacre – Judge and survivor call for information: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Kingsmill massacre survivor calls on gunmen to come forward and clear their conscience: Belfast Live
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Family of IRA man shot dead by SAS seeks fresh inquest: The Irish Times
Alan Erwin

'Significant disclousre' in appeal over SAS killings in Loughgall: Tyrone Times

Ex-soldier 'moved' by event to honour colleague murdered by IRA: The News Letter

Why London must not be allowed to suppress the awful truth about Kincora: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Dublin 1916 celebrations show Northern Ireland how to cope with past, says Villiers: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Controversial 1916 banner stays as councillors fail to vote for its removal: The Irish Times
Olivia Kelly

Every life lost in war deserves same respect: Irish Examiner
Ryle Dwyer

Historian Éamon Phoenix disputes DUP date for Northern Ireland's foundation: Irish News
John Manley

CSO map gave away large part of Donegal to the North: Irish Examiner
Linda McGrory

Support in Northern Ireland for EU membership drops 2% – poll: Belfast Telegraph

Paterson pleased 'opinion is moving towards an EU exit': The News Letter

Claims Brexit could hit peace process denounced as disgraceful during debate in Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

The EU debate must not ignore Northern Ireland: New Statesman
Siobhan Fenton

Brexit 'would lead to more Scottish powers', leave campaign says: BBC

Referendum to deepen Anglo-Scottish political gap: The Irish Times
Peter Geoghegan

Tuesday, April 5

NI Assembly election – DUP unveils manifesto in Belfast: BBC

Arlene Foster urges unionists to return her as First Minister: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Arlene Foster targets unlikely DUP seat in West Belfast: Belfast Telegraph

There'll be 'chaos' if DUP don't win the election, warns Dodds: The News Letter
Sam McBride and David Young

DUP manifesto hints at new thinking but bulk of policies are business as usual: Irish News
John Manley

Mobile billboards take UUP message across NI: The News Letter

Tories and Alliance in East Belfast row over 'negative' flyer: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Unionism is running out of time to ask, and answer, difficult questions: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Negotiation now is crucial: Tribune Magazine
John Coulter

Labour again prevents NI candidates from contesting Assembly election: The News Letter

Court ruling could be needed to get Labour candidates in NI – Hoey: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Leaders call for 'dissidents dialogue': UTV
Damien Edgar and Sharon O'Neill

Twaddell – '1,000 days is a long time without results': The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Teebane bombing memorial outside Cookstown attacked for second time within weeks: Mid Ulster Mail
Michael McGlade

Teebane widow is "lost for words" after vandals attack memorial: The News Letter
Stanley Campbell

Motive for arson attack at Co Tyrone GAA club unclear: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

For McAllister family, the shots still echo: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

New INLA gang forced to flee crime summit at Regency Hotel: Herald.ie
Ken Foy

Council calls for immediate release of Tony Taylor: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

IRA man atoning for his sins on TV: Londonderry Sentinel

€50,000 wasted on Omagh bombing prosecution: Irish Independent
Adrian Rutherford

Murdered IRA mole's family plead to gardai for help in outing probe: Irish Independent
David Young

Nicky Kelly still seeks answers for Sallins train robbery arrest: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Stormont to be sued over lack of Irish language laws: Irish Examiner
Ed Carty

Ex-Presbyterian moderator at unveiling of 1916 memorial wall: The News Letter

Legacy of violence is why I did not go to Dublin: The News Letter
Trevor Ringland

To question the Rising is to be found guilty of unIrish activity: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Glasnevin Cemetery to correct 'Remembrance Wall' error: The Irish Times

Glasnevin wall tells story of Easter Rising death by death: The Irish Times
Peter Murtagh

No hierarchy of dead in fitting remembrance: Irish Independent
Editorial

Sustaining Northern standard of living is a costly exercise: The Irish Times

Irish exiles 'have big role to play in Brexit campaign': Irish Independent
John Downing

Brexit is a threat to UK-Irish relations, says British ambassador: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Scotland's Unionist majority needs a party that can take on the SNP: STV
Aidan Kerr

Monday, April 4

Victims group's plea to government over pensions 'postcode lottery': The News Letter
Mark Rainey

DUP and Sinn Féin defend Stormont record on delivery: Irish News
John Manley

Political progress has been modest but parties insist legislation is not the only measure of success: Irish News
John Manley

Wear a balaclava – Willie Frazer's advice on how to blend in while in south south Armagh: Belfast Telegraph

Ormeau Road disturbances show we really can't live together: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Generally speaking, everything is not always as it appears: Impartial Reporter
Denzil McDaniel

Only constitutional means can bring progress to Ireland (Mar 29): Irish News
Editorial

We must find new ways to confront the men of violence in our society (Feb 10): Irish Independent
Editorial

Hundreds attend Ballymena UDR memorial ceremony: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Sinn Fein's claims of a socialist utopia will always be no more than a pipe dream (Mar 28): The News Letter
Alex Kane

Shinner's words show us there may be hope after all (Mar 21): Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Lord Mayor of Dublin absent from Glasnevin cemetery ceremony: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Hardline protests mar 1916 remembrance: Irish Examiner
Daniel McConnell

Glasnevin Cemetery left red-faced after newly unveiled 1916 monument contains embarrassing typo: Irish Independent
Martin Grant

Sinn Féin's true colours shown – Glasnevin's Remembrance Wall: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Advertising of 'Sinn Féin-backed' 1916 exhibition criticised: The Irish Times
Conor Pope

Despite bloodshed, Easter Rising is Ireland's 'gift to the world': WTSP.com

Lessons from Ireland's 1916 Easter Rising: New Straits Times
Koh Soo Ling

The ideals of the Rising can still be achieved (Mar 26): Irish Independent
Martina Devlin

Impressive Michael D Higgins transcends petty politics: Irish News
Tom Kelly

Filming to begin on movie of 1983 Maze escape: Irish Independent
Jane O'Faherty

Crumlin Road Gaol – Evolution from symbol of conflict to concerts: BBC
Paul McGarvey

SNP's new breakaway push – for BBC Scotland (Feb 19): The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

How waiting too long for another vote on independence can be a recipe for failure for Nationalists (Mar 2): The Herald
Tom Devine

Sunday, April 3

Ormeau Road parade – Unionist councillors meet top cops: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

ACC challenged over PSNI response to republican parades: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Veterans to protest at Stormont over 'witch hunt' claims: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Memorial to be unveiled marking 40 years since murder of Protestant family: The News Letter

Families have key role to play in tackling sectarianism (Mar 26): Irish News
Editorial

Need for fresh ideas on justice in Northern (Feb 22): Belfast Telegraph
Alastair Ross

Arlene Foster's fury as SF MLA hails 'man who shot her father': Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Why I did not go to the Dublin centenary event: The News Letter
Arlene Foster

Advertising watchdog probes SF's 1916 expo: Sunday Independent
Philip Ryan

Should chairman have worn chain to 1916 Rising event?: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

President fails to deal with Pearse's lack of mandate: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

The Easter Rising, 100 years later (Mar 27): Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Jennifer Keating and Colin MacCabe

This atheist dogma is beyond belief: The Irish Times
Donald Clarke

It's time hypocritical unionism took look in mirror: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Today's Orange complainers are the last troops in a losing battle (Mar 29): Irish News
Fionnuala O Connor

Attending Rising celebrations is still a step too far for unionists (Mar 28): The News Letter
Editorial

Journalist Birney's film on hunger striker Sands: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Significant sum of objections to A5 are expected: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Belfast briefing – lower taxes can bring tax-dodgers (Feb 2): The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Shared campus 'a boost' for Limavady: Derry Journal

NIO worried about Londonderry border as Villiers pushes Brexit: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Brexit risk to peace process claims 'absolute nonsense': Belfast Telegraph
Yvette Shapiro

Let's not be quiet in our calls for a second referendum on independence: The Herald
Kevin McKenna

A time to rejoice at still being British (Mar 24): Daily Telegraph
Alan Cochrane

Saturday, April 2

Police chief 'very proud' of transformation in service: Belfast Telegraph

PSNI chief constable wants 'more catholic officers': BBC

Assistant Chief Constable Stephen Martin says parades are policed impartially in Northern Ireland: BBC

'I was lucky I didn't lose my sight' says 12-year-old boy caught up in CS spray incident at Orange Order Ormeau Parade: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Unionists 'shudder' at scenes from the Junior Orange parade – UUP and DUP: The News Letter

Net closing on the dissidents behind Easter riot – PSNI: Belfast Telegraph
Angela Rainey

Ardoyne residents protest at Apprentice Boys parade: Belfast Media
Evan Short

New first minister, same old marching season headache: Irish News
Newton Emerson

A sense of injustice about parades and the handling of the past: The News Letter
Editorial

Even-handed policing paramount: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Scottish loyalist leader says new occupiers of Camp Twaddell might move in permanently in the future: Belfast Media
David Whelan

Strand Road RUC memorial is put back: Londonderry Sentinel

Ex-DUP MLA Paul Berry in bid to return to Stormont: The News Letter

Integrated education – Where do NI parties stand? (Mar 23): The News Letter

I have regrets about lost lives but not for past support of the IRA, says Owen Carron: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Daughter of Enniskillen victims slams Owen Carron's cold dismissal of 1987 atrocity – 'he saw lives as expendable, now he cowardly hides behind the law down south': Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Tribute to family cruelly slain by IRA set to be unveiled: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

'Jobs for the boys, nepotism and misogyny' drives councillor out of Sinn Féin: Irish Independent
Fionnan Sheahan

Sean Lynch – 'We are on the path to a united Ireland': Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Taoiseach's surprise I didn't go to 1916 events is baffling, says Foster: Belfast Telegraph

Mary Lou McDonald says she hopes President's decision not to attend City Hall 1916 event will be 'reconsidered': Belfast Media
Brónach Ní Thuama

Nesbitt praises Dublin approach to Rising centenary: The News Letter

Easter Rising – UUP pull out of Belfast City Council 1916 centenary dinner: BBC

Lone unionist was slated to attend huge 1916 civic dinner... and now may not: The News Letter

Easter Rising – Presbyterian Church to be represented at Glasnevin ceremony: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Sinn Féin exhibition on 1916 jumps to tribute to the Provisional IRA: Irish Independent
Ciara Treacy

Establishment loses plot in 1916 Mervue stone stand-off: Connacht Tribune
Dara Bradley

After commemoration comes the hard part: The Irish Times
Diarmaid Ferriter

A great little country cursed by 100 years of a self-serving and inept political class (Mar 22): Irish Independent
Ian O'Doherty

Veterans march to Stormont for fair deal from politicians: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

New deal on sharing passenger information with UK to fight terror: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Emigrant groups form coalition to push for voting rights (Mar 31): The Irish Times
Ciara Kenny

'Unambiguous' that Brexit would be bad for us – Central Bank: Irish Independent
Donal O'Donovan

Friday, April 1

Senior figures in North back negotiations with dissident republicans: The Irish Times
Brian Rowan

Dissidents branded 'pathetic' after female police officers kicked in head: The News Letter
Carmel Robinson

Foster pledges 'positive vision' as Assembly campaign begins: The News Letter
Sam McBride

SDLP and UUP in opposition could change Stormont dynamic: Irish News
Alex Kane

Ormeau parade – DUP councillor shared image of police officer and branded PSNI officers 'bootboys' over Junior Orange Order Parade: Belfast Telegraph

DUP refuse to say if councillor John Carson who called police 'bootboys' will be disciplined: Irish News
Allison Morris

Ormeau parade row – Facebook post showing officer's picture is removed: Irish News
Allison Morris

Arlene Foster – 'No two-tier NI police service': BBC

Arlene Foster says Northern Ireland 'doesn't have two tier policing system but there are concerns out there': Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

CS spray apology welcome but perception of bias must be addressed by PSNI – Gibson: The News Letter

Police Federation hits out at 'campaign of vilification': Belfast Telegraph

Ormeau clash at Junior Orange march fuels fears of anti-loyalist conspiracy: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Peace report suggestion that loyalist bands should march to new tune described as 'cultural engineering': Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Pair arrested in violent dissident republican probe: The News Letter

Omagh councillor resigns from Sinn Féin: Ulster Herald
Ronan McSherry

Jim Wells hustings row – Case against woman accused of wasting police time is adjourned: The News Letter

Gerry McGeough elected leader of Tyrone Hibernians and vows to revitalise AOH: Tyrone Times

Number of Protestants working full-time to be eclipsed by Catholics in labour market first in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Suspect in killings of RUC men Ernest Carson and Michael Malone released: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Why march protest veteran Dipper has own questions to answer on parade: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Campbell worried jihadis could use border to attack: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Enniskillen pledges inclusive event for Queen's 90th: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Irish President Michael D Higgins pulls out of Easter Rising centenary dinner in Belfast: BBC

1916 leaders 'had no legitimacy', says Foster: Irish Independent
Rebecca Black

We should be proud of 1916 commemorations: The Irish Times
Noel Whelan

The Easter Rising, 100 years later (Mar 27): Philadelphia Inquirer
John Rossi

Remembering the Easter Rising but not its Troubling legacy: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
John Spain

Martin Mansergh criticises secular readings of Proclamation: The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

Celebrating a nation's birth, and praying for a rebirth in the church (Mar 26): Irish Independent
Michael Kelly

Murphy calls for everyone to have equal access to RTÉ player: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Why are we so apathetic about the prospect of a united Ireland?: Irish Examiner
Jennifer Hough

Brexit – 4.1% of NI residents born outside UK or Republic: The Irish Times
Mary C Murphy

EU referendum – 'Could cause Irish trade barriers': BBC
John Campbell

Our independence doesn't mean we sit on the sidelines as Britain leaves EU: Irish Independent
Liz O'Donnell



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