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Sunday, April 15

Lord Maginnis speech 'swayed Trimble aide to back deal' (Apr 14): Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Trimble secured some key matters in 1998 but IRA is gaining ground on history: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

GFA anniversary showed we can't hope for progress while voting for deadlock: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

20th anniversary of Good Friday Agreement – What are our leaders doing today to keep the flame of this legacy alive? (Apr 10): Impartial Reporter
Meadhbh Monahan

The Belfast Agreement was compromised and we're paying the price (Apr 10): Belfast Telegraph
Robin Swann

Against all the odds, somehow peace prevailed (Apr 10): Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

Sadly, this is a place where hope and history no longer rhyme: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Yates

Belfast Agreement – 'It's like John F Kennedy being shot, everybody remembers it' (Apr 11): The Irish Times
Freya McClements

Leadership of unionists and loyalists that agreed peace in Northern Ireland is sadly lacking today (Apr 10): The Conversation
Connal Parr

Brexit May Dismantle One of Bill Clinton's Major Accomplishments (Apr 10): Esquire.com
Charles P. Pierce

Brexit must not betray the Good Friday Agreement (Apr 10): The Herald
Editorial

Keeping the Peace (Apr 10): The Times
Editorial

Old-school hostilities between Fine Gael and Sinn Féin disappearing fast: Irish Examiner
Daniel McConnell

Why Sinn Féin is love-bombing Leo: The Sunday Times
Justine McCarthy and Stephen O'Brien

North Belfast petrol bomb attack on police as crowd target officers: Belfast Live
Nathan Hanna

SDLP MLA 'disgusted and furious' after staff member assaulted while putting up posters: Belfast Telegraph

Two charged with brothel keeping in INLA probe: ITV

Group blocking A5 upgrade owe apology if case fails, says MLA: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Albany's Irish museum hosts panel on 1998 peace agreement tonight (Apr 10): Albany Times Union

GAA still has barriers to break down in Northern Ireland: The Sunday Times
Denis Walsh

The ceasefire suicides – Since the Good Friday Agreement, more people have died by taking their own lives than were killed in the Troubles. Why is this? And what can be done to prevent further deaths?: Belfast Telegraph
Lyra McKee

Séan Hillen exhibition Melancholy Witness – Images of the Troubles (Apr 11): The Times
Jennifer O'Brien

DUP politician prepared to join anti-abortion campaigners (Apr 10): The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Dublin to get 'flagship' Irish language hub to encourage people to speak 'a cúpla focal' (Apr 11): Irish Independent
Kirsty Blake Knox

Ensuring the Irish language survives and thrives (Apr 12): The Irish Times
Editorial

Meghan Markle – The all-new Duchess of Connaught? What will they make of it west of the Shannon?: Sunday Independent
Anita Guidera

Former cop chief says 'money flushed down toilet' in policing Old Firm games (Apr 10): Scottish Daily Record
Peter Davidson

Jeremy Clarkson urges Scots to forget about independence: The Scotsman
Stuart MacDonald

Boston Marathon an everlasting symbol of America's greatness: Allentown Morning Call
James F. Burns

They answered the Irish question…why not the Middle East one?: Arab News
Yossi Mekelberg

Saturday, April 14

Good Friday Agreement is dead and the Secretary of State must bring in direct rule now, says TUV leader: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Bradley would consider proposals for shadow assembly: BBC

Top US aide Sullivan calls for return of Northern Ireland devolution: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Let's get back to making Agreement work and stop writing its obituary: Belfast Telegraph
Colum Eastwood

Good Friday Agreement architect Senator George Mitchell attends Border prayer service: Impartial Reporter
Jonathan Rainey

20th anniversary of Good Friday Agreement – 'We wanted peace' says Councillor who voted Yes (Apr 10): Impartial Reporter
Bertie Kerr

Good Friday Agreement – 13 things it changed for Northern Ireland (Apr 10): iNews.co.uk
Karl McDonald

Ireland's open border is more than a symbol. It ensures people can eat: The Guardian
Felicity Lawrence

Brexit or UKExit? Twelve predictions about Northern Ireland's future: The Irish Times
Brendan O'Leary

'Irish tendency to revert to the gun remains a real risk' (Apr 10): The Herald
Martin Dillon

Adams' justification of violence encouraged new dissidents, says DUP MP: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

SDLP determined to name park permanently after IRA man – brother of Kingsmills victim: The News Letter

SDLP's Claire Hanna calls for name of Raymond McCreesh Park to be changed (Apr 10): Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

Campbell and Eastwood clash on IRA playground: The News Letter

Colum Eastwood – SDLP won't be taking any lectures on violence from Gregory Campbell: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

Why the DUP should take up the challenge which has been thrown down by Jim Wells: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Dysfunctionality of DUP suggested at public inquiry: The Irish Times

More interesting times lie ahead in scrutiny of Arlene: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

DUP leader was put under polite but relentless pressure in her RHI inquiry debut: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

I'm astonished this is all you have to say – PSNI chief Hamilton scolds peer over 'Derry' remark after major paramilitary operation: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Dissidents target SF councillor after he denounces violence: The Irish Times
Freya McClements

Dissident group threatening drug dealers 'have lion's share of the drugs market' says UUP's Doug Beattie: Belfast Telegraph

Four arrests in "significant" anti-INLA operation: BBC

Major dissident republican crackdown shows we're not just out to get loyalists – Police: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Paramilitary-style shooting 'appalling': Belfast Media
Caoimhe Quinn

Paramilitary-style shootings need to end: Irish News
Editorial

Derry's council delay decision on possible removal of Ulster Scots: Derry Now
Alan Healy

Made UDA threat call to try to get new house for girlfriend: The News Letter

The Floating Voter – Fine Gael Senator admits he'd rather quit the party than serve with Sinn Féin: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar praises 'outspoken minister' Jim Daly over Sinn Féin coalition comments: Irish Mirror
Ferghal Blaney

Taoiseach is 'cosying up to SF's Mary Lou': Irish Examiner
Daniel McConnell

Edna O'Brien should not have accepted British Empire honour: The Irish Times
Emer Martin

The GAA members who served with British Army in WWI: The News Letter
Graeme Cousins

Councillors not giving up on Belfast/Derry European Capital of Culture bid (Apr 11): Belfast Telegraph
Andrew Madden

Pete King saddles up for November: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Friday, April 13

Robinson – 'There was not an awful lot' in draft proposals for unionists: The News Letter

Peter Robinson – 'I never fought with Martin McGuinness and if he'd been healthy things could have been different': Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

Do your jobs so I can do mine, Bradley tells Stormont MLAs: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Peace takes risk and leadership – Armagh archbishops: Irish Catholic
Colm Fitzpatrick

Ireland must revive long-forgotten forum: The Times
David Davin-Power

20th anniversary of Good Friday Agreement: 'Innocent victims the real losers since 1998' says Tom Elliott (Apr 10): Impartial Reporter
Tom Elliott

The Good Friday Agreement, 20 years on: Church Times
Paul Vallely

The Good Friday Agreement is not a peace but a truce: The Spectator
Charles Moore

Young people didn't see the horrors. But they still care about the Good Friday agreement (Apr 10): The Guardian
Joe McHugh

The Good Friday accord gave preference to the Irish-Gaelic tradition over others: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

German solidarity over open Irish border post-Brexit 'very reassuring': Belfast Telegraph

Report argues for Northern Ireland to remain in EU post-Brexit: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Visit the Irish border and you see why we must keep EU tariffs: The Times
Raphael Hogarth

'Tiny' firms on Irish border could have tax free status after Brexit, says David Davis: Daily Telegraph
James Rothwell

Farms that straddle the Irish border could be exempt from paying tax after Brexit to avoid a hard border: Daily Mirror
Nicola Bartlett

Why Varadkar won't lose sleep over Davis (Apr 11): The Times
Shane Coleman

Brexit was never foreseen in Good Friday Agreement: Irish Catholic
Martin Mansergh

End 'stony silence' about builders of Good Friday Agreement – call: Irish Catholic

1998 deal: David Trimble – 'By the Thursday we had a satisfactory position on constitutional matters' (Apr 10): The News Letter
David Trimble

1998 deal: Peter Robinson – 'Trimble showed political courage but poor judgement' (Apr 10): The News Letter
Peter Robinson

Why deny Mo Mowlam, my stepmum, credit for the Good Friday agreement?: The Guardian
Henrietta Norton

Ongoing justification of IRA galling – Arlene Foster: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Bain

Crawford back with DUP ?... after resigning last year: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Siege mentality is gone and unionism has never been stronger: Belfast Telegraph
Arlene Foster

Minister 'risking votes' with SF talk: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle, Wayne O'Connor and Cormac McQuinn

UK Terror Alert – New Irish paramilitary group warn 'we WILL target Crown forces': Daily Express
Joey Millar

Unheard-of dissident group 'are not new' – PSNI: The News Letter

'No place' for new dissident splinter group says Sinn Féin's Gerry Kelly: Belfast Live
Sheena McStravick

Man (20) shot in both legs in Belfast attack – resident says she heard screaming in the night: Belfast Telegraph

We need more than words from loyalists: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Victim slams justification for play park's IRA name 'perverse': Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Council staff agreed to store pallets for Belfast bonfire that damaged flats: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Daughter of assistant prison boss gunned down by IRA and why a 'kind of carelessness' about HET report brought home to her how little has been done to help victims of the Troubles: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Judges consider ruling in Glenanne Gang report case: The News Letter

RHI inquiry – A matter of 'deep regret' says Arlene Foster: BBC
Conor Macauley

Alcohol legislation in Republic 'poses barrier to cross-border trade' for producers in Northern Ireland: Irish News

Prince Charles unfit to take over as head of Commonwealth, says Corbyn ally Kate Osamor: The Times
Lucy Fisher

The Commonwealth's survival is all down to the Queen: The Spectator
Editorial

Ramallah incident is not in the least surprising: The News Letter
Editorial

After 20 years of Irish peace, why does a Middle East deal remain elusive?: Arab News
Baria Alamuddin

Thursday, April 12

Sammy Wilson – David Davis is right, Dublin government are 'puppets' of SF: The News Letter

Lib Dem leader Vince Cable's call to the Irish: 'Brexit is not yet a done deal. It can be stopped': Irish Post
Vince Cable

'A catastrophe for the situation in Ireland' – UK Finance Minister on potential consequence of failure in Brexit talks: Irish Independent

The two fault lines of Brexit exposed by Barry Gardiner's Good Friday Agreement remarks: New Statesman
Stephen Bush

I'm from a Northern Irish border town, and no we aren't 'playing up' the issue, Barry Gardiner: The Independent
Caitlin Morrison

No new gardaí for 'crime corridors', says Flanagan: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Dublin and London – a relationship under strain: The Irish Times
Editorial

Unionist majority will not be around for very much longer – Mike Nesbitt clarifies comments reported in Australia: Belfast Telegraph
Claire O'Boyle

I want to build a united Ireland which can be a home to Arlene Foster: Belfast Telegraph
Mary Lou McDonald

Former speaker confident assembly can be restored: BBC

Bradley frustrated at missed opportunities as powersharing impasse continues: Belfast Telegraph

1998 deal: Jeffrey Donaldson – 'Prisoner release was not linked to decommissioning': The News Letter
Jeffrey Donaldson

Donaldson – Fundamental flaws of the GFA were exploited by Sinn Féin: The News Letter

'Politicians have put victims on the back burner, they want us to go away': Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn MacDermott

It turns out the Good Friday Agreement is as needed now as it ever was: Irish Post
Joe Horgan

Good Friday Agreement – '20 years on, all our politicians talk about is gaelic road signs': The News Letter
Adam Kula

Smiles, yes, but Good Friday Agreement reunion lacked euphoria of 1998: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Like Brooklyn Bridge, Belfast Agreement is built on sand: The News Letter
Brian Kennaway

SDLP MLA takes aim at Sinn Féin over Mallon criticism – 'He never put anyone in their grave': Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

Life after Good Friday – Pride in sport gladdens the Northern soul: Irish Examiner
Jack Anderson

Kielty showed our imperfect peace, but we must not forget the lives that were saved: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

SF demand respect yet display contempt for IRA victims: The News Letter
Editorial

FG Minister has 'no objection' to deal with Sinn Féin: Irish Examiner
Daniel McConnell and Fiachra Ó Cionnaith

FG minister faces backlash over talk of Sinn Féin deal: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Peter Robinson rejects Wells claims he was betrayed by DUP on health minister job: Belfast Telegraph

Molloy College event launches 'McGuinness Principles': Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

A local playground in Northern Ireland has been named after an IRA man, and councillors are not happy: iNews.co.uk
Philip Bradfield

SDLP will discipline Newry councillors if they do not vote for a name change of Co Down playpark: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

UDA blamed after person is shot at in north Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

PSNI chief Hamilton slams UDA over threat to journalist: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Bain

Man on trial accused of IRA membership given permission to travel to Canary Islands: Irish Independent
Eoin Reynolds

Breakaway dissident group issue threat: Irish News
Allison Morris

Police officers and soldiers connected to loyalist killings, court told: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Arlene Foster sought to delay closure of RHI scheme: ITV

Irish paper criticised for 'airbrushing' Mo Mowlam from peace process: Daily Telegraph
Cara McGoogan

Jolene Bunting defence of anti-Islamic leaflet delivered to Belfast homes 'atrocious': Belfast Telegraph
Andrew Madden

Youth from Shankill and Falls work together to explore identity and culture: Belfast Live
Sarah Scott

SDLP confirms its abortion conference will be private: Irish News
John Manley

SDLP will commit "political suicide" if they support abortion: Irish Catholic

Irish military neutrality is in mortal danger: The Times
Cormac Lucey

Wednesday, April 11

Public 'would pull down Irish border' – Ahern: BBC

Trimble says Irish Brexit challenges could be solved 'in half an hour': The Irish Times
Vivienne Clarke

Taoiseach brands comments by UK's Brexit Secretary as 'strange and inaccurate': Newstalk.com
Stephen McNeice

Essential to avoid disaster of hard Irish border, says Tony Blair: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Shadow Minister apologises after 'misunderstanding' in Good Friday Agreement row: The News Letter
Sam Lister

Simon Coveney says GFA 'changed history' as former British and Irish leaders warn of Brexit perils: Irish News
John Manley

'Enormous setback!' Meddling Hillary Clinton wades into Brexit row with Northern Ireland: Daily Express
Harvey Gavin

Hard Brexit will create crime 'corridors' on border, senior Gardaí warn: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

'Irish issues at centre of damage-control process over UK pull-out' – Tusk: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

Brexit poses a threat to peace in Northern Ireland: The Scotsman
Alastair Campbell

Remainers don't really care about Ireland…they just want to stop Brexit: The Sun
Daniel Hannan

Brexit row increases strains on Anglo-Irish relations: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

What Brexit's brokers can learn from the Belfast Agreement's fudges: The Irish Times
Janan Ganesh

Gerry Adams – Varadkar brings a 'better approach' to the Northern Ireland issues: Irish Independent
Shona Murray

US Diplomat hails 'heroes and peacemakers' of Good Friday Agreement: The News Letter
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Mallon says argument for unity must be made without threats: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

Lord Trimble – Those who believe Northern Ireland can be separated from the UK are daft: Irish News

Gerry Adams insists the peace process is safe: Belfast Live
Ryan Smith

Good Friday Agreement: 20 years on, Northern Ireland remains divided – but a united Ireland is now a real possibility: The Independent
Ben Kelly

Good Friday Agreement architect Seamus Mallon 'sad and angry' at Northern Ireland politics: Belfast Live
Lesley-Anne McKeown and Michael McHugh

Architects of Good Friday Agreement mark anniversary at Queen's University Belfast: Belfast Telegraph

Labour MP Barry Gardiner – party's Brexit tests are 'bollocks': The Guardian
Anne Perkins and Heather Stewart

Agreement 'a work of surpassing genius' – Clinton: ITV

1998 deal: Gerry Adams – 'I made clear a six county solution was not viable': The News Letter
Gerry Adams

Key legacy of Good Friday Agreement – lives saved: TheDetail.tv
Steven McCaffery

The GFA – much to celebrate but more to do: Irish Echo
Chris Smith

The Good Friday Agreement in the Age of Brexit: The Atlantic
Yasmeen Serhan

Hume – The key influence in the Good Friday Agreement: RTE
Tommie Gorman

Reluctant Sinn Féin became a fierce protector of the Good Friday Agreement: Irish Examiner
Elaine Loughlin

The Good Friday Agreement was a 'wretched failure': The Scotsman
Peter Robinson

Why we can learn lessons from the mistakes of 20 years ago: Belfast Telegraph
Gregory Campbell

The paradox at the heart of the Good Friday agreement: The Spectator
Bruce Anderson

Brexit affords unionists moment to rethink approach: The Irish Times
Alex Kane

Anyone who thinks Brexit won't bring back violence to Ireland doesn't understand the Good Friday Agreement: The Independent
Tess Finch-Lees

Fragile foundations of Belfast Agreement undermined: The Irish Times
Brian Kennaway

1998 deal: Paul Bew – 'The GFA is a UUP and SDLP achievement, not a SF one': The News Letter
Paul Bew

The Good Friday agreement is so much more than a 'shibboleth': The Guardian
Fintan O'Toole

Northern Ireland's peace is still taken for granted: Financial Times
Editorial

UUP steer clear of ceremony honouring Clinton and Mitchell: The News Letter

Five in running for Barry McElduff West Tyrone Westminster seat: Belfast Telegraph

'Crime gangs' could scupper loyalist paramilitary pledge – chief constable: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

'Prisoners release a heavy price, but price worth paying' for peace says PSNI Chief Constable: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

Fight over IRA park name will go back to court – Frazer: The News Letter

Loyalist declaration well-meaning waffle, the type we've heard many times before: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

'IRA spy' Stakeknife – Scappaticci legal bid quashed: BBC
Vincent Kearney

PSNI chief constabele challenges Glenanne Gang ruling: The News Letter

Raymond McCord Jnr murder – Prosecutors reviewing decision not to charge former police officers implicated in killing: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Politicians sweeping issues under the carpet, wife of 1992 bombing victim says: The News Letter
Michael McHugh

Republicans arrested yesterday freed by Derry court and certain bail conditions are removed: Derry Now
Ursula Duddy

Tuesday, April 10

Some unionists would prefer united Ireland to Brexit, says Powell: Belfast Telegraph
Shona Murray

Unionists have no idea what a united Ireland would even look like: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Davis accuses Irish leader of bowing to Sinn Féin pressure: The Times
Oliver Wright, Henry Zeffman, John Walsh

Restoring Stormont 'is our top priority' says Northern Ireland Secretary of State Karen Bradley: Belfast Telegraph

Barry Gardiner – Good Friday deal 'played up' for economic reasons: The Guardian
Anne Perkins

Voters Must 'Stand Up' for Peace in Ireland, Blair Says: New York Times
Stephen Castle

Ahern says Stormont agreement could be possible by end of May: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Dublin needs to mind its language, say DUP's Donaldson: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Trimble under fire for criticising Dublin: Belfast Telegraph
Tim Smith

'Compromise is not a dirty word' – Bill Clinton delivers keynote speech to mark 20th anniversary of Good Friday Agreement: Irish Independent
Kirsty Blake Knox

Good Friday Agreement at 20 – Council votes to confer Freedom of Belfast honour to Bill Clinton and George Mitchell: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

UUP boycott vote on freedom of the city for Clinton: The News Letter

When son born, NI role doubts vanished, says former US senator: The Irish Times
Carl O'Brien

Most difficult meetings were with Troubles victims – Tony Blair: Belfast Telegraph

Where is Northern Ireland, 20 years later?: AlJazeera.com
Barnaby Phillips

How mothers' embrace put Gerry Adams' fears at rest: The Times
Aine Fox

Northern Ireland still deeply polarised 20 years after Good Friday Agreement peace – poll: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Twists and turns of vexed Belfast Agreement Talks revealed: The Irish Times
Eamonn Mallie

'The UK government is playing a dangerous game with the peace process': TheJournal.ie
Peter Hain

Fate of Good Friday deal is in our hands: The Times
Colum Eastwood

We cannot afford to let the current impasse at Stormont deflect us from the path of reconciliation: Belfast Telegraph
Naomi Long

I'm glad I fought against Belfast Agreement: The News Letter
Gregory Campbell

Good Friday Agreement anniversary is a chance to redouble the focus on duty to reach full reconciliation': Belfast Telegraph
Simon Coveney

I grew up with riots, bombings and shootings, so I'm a beneficiary of the Good Friday Agreement: The Times
Conor McGinn

If Arlene Foster and Michelle O'Neill can't do a deal for Northern Ireland, they should quit right now: Irish Mirror
Paddy Clancy

SDLP confirms support for Irish Language Act at party conference: Mid Ulster Mail

SDLP falling into irrelevance in absence of Assembly: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Loyalist paramilitaries vow to expel members engaged in crime: The News Letter
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Genuine loyalists 'will have no problem' endorsing rule of law, says UDA chief McDonald: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Loyalist paramilitaries should 'just go away' – Hamilton: The News Letter

Arlene Foster – Combined loyalist statement 'in stark contrast' to Gerry Adams' justification for violence: Belfast Telegraph

Derry MLA says – 'It's past time for armed groups to leave the stage': Derry Now

Pledge to end criminality must be exercised 'not in words but in communities': Irish News
Allison Morris

Loyalist statement – An important step forward?: BBC
Brian Rowan

Sinn Féin defends Gerry Adams' comments justifying use of violence: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Edwards

IRA victim's sister condemns Gerry Adams comments on legitimate use of violence: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Nonsense from Adams about the stalemate that SF has caused: The News Letter
Editorial

Staff names withheld in Belfast council report on storing bonfire material: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Unionists' call to rename park after IRA man McCreesh fails: BBC
Cormac Campbell

SDLP sides with SF in IRA playground vote: The News Letter

Statement issued from Junior McDaid House following Easter Monday commemoration arrests: Derry Now

Veteran republican arrested after Derry press conference: Derry Now

New figures reveal scale of unsolved killings from the Troubles: TheDetail.tv
Rory Winters

Government opposes Belfast woman's bid to extend right to vote in abortion referendum to Irish citizens in Northern Ireland: Irish Independent
Tim Healy

Monday, April 9

George Mitchell – UK and Ireland need to realise what's at stake in Brexit talks: Irish Independent
David Hughes

Tony Blair believes NI deal 'still possible' but warns over Brexit: BBC
Mark Devenport

Bertie Ahern on Good Friday Agreement – 'We said we'd give it a few years, it took over our lives': Irish Examiner
Daniel McConnell

Mary Lou McDonald calls for all parties to 'recommit to Good Friday Agreement': Belfast Telegraph

Singing with Bono for a Good Friday 'yes': BBC

'Assembly without ministers' would address political impasse – Swann: The News Letter

Loyalists issue 20th anniversary statement but still no disbandment announcement: Irish News
Allison Morris

Good Friday Agreement – Decades in the making, but deal is still fragile: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

Nobody should be in any doubt. The Government stands firm behind the Good Friday Agreement: Daily Telegraph
Karen Bradley

More peaceful but facing uncertainty – Northern Ireland 20 years on: Sydney Morning Herald
Nick Miller

Two decades after peace pact, reconciliation still lags in Northern Ireland: PBS.org
Kira Kay

Twenty years after the Good Friday Agreement, Northern Ireland's future is imperilled by Brexit: The Independent
Peter Millar

The politics of getting the peace deal done: Irish Examiner
Liz O'Donnell

Brexit means Ireland needs new EU friends: The Times
Lucinda Creighton

Peace still comes dropping slow, 20 years on: Sunday Independent
Kim Bielenberg

First 20 years of the Good Friday Agreement – Deal has yet to fulfil potential: Irish Examiner
Fiachra Ó Cionnaith

Spirit of Good Friday deal is at the mercy of extremists: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

How life after the Good Friday Agreement was never the same again for families like mine: Daily Telegraph
Margaret Ward

Inflammatory narrative alienating unionists – Eastwood: The News Letter

If the cold war between North and South Korea can be neutered by a bit of common courtesy, could our leaders not try it too?: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

It's time to talk about Irish unification as reconciliation: The Irish Times
Robin Wilson

'Violence is never the answer' say Alliance after Adams comments: Belfast Telegraph

UUP's Robin Swann challenges Sinn Féin leadership to clarify views on violence: Belfast Telegraph

Adams justification for IRA violence a boost to dissidents – Donaldson: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

UK lack of realism on Brexit becoming clear, says Hogan: The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth

Only practical Brexit solutions will suffice (Apr 8): The Sunday Times
Cormac Lucey

Nichola Mallon says no immediate prospect of Fianna Fáil merger: Irish News
John Manley

Sinn Féin councillor's car set on fire in Derry: Sunday Independent
Michael McHugh

Vigil called after Sinn Féin councillor's car torched in overnight arson attack: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

SDLP stands with Sinn Féin councillor after arson attack on car: Belfast Live
Shauna Corr

Wells urges SDLP to back Newry play park motion: The News Letter

Unionist anger at republican 'H Block Escape Night' – 'Immoral attempt to profit from violence': Belfast Telegraph

Why is the Dublin government weighing in on the Derry railway station debate?: Derry Now
Eamonn McCann

Record number of UK inhabitants apply to become Irish citizens ahead of Brexit (Apr 8): The Sunday Times
Lynne Kelleher

Let's remember – An Irish life worth honouring: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Poll – Majority of Scots would still vote No in indyRef2: The Scotsman

Sunday, April 8

Irish border issue can disrupt exit, says ex-Blair aide: Belfast Telegraph
Shona Murray

Colum Eastwood – We need full clarity on border issue by summer: Belfast Telegraph

Irish border police issue 'CRISIS POINT' Brexit warning – 'We are COMPLETELY unprepared': Daily Express
Joey Millar

Hillary Clinton 'It's easy to get cynical. It's easy to give up': TheDetail.tv
Steven McCaffery

UUP leader Robin Swann warns Brexit cannot be 'exploited' to achieve a united Ireland: Belfast Telegraph

Irish hopes may be stopped at the border: Boston Globe
Kevin Cullen

Brexit Countdown – David Davis must Eire on the side of caution over Irish border: Daily Mirror
Nigel Nelson

SDLP leader wants New Ireland Forum re-established: BBC

Irish and British governments need to 'intervene actively' in Stormont – SDLP: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Why optimism of Good Friday child Kerrie should be the impetus to never give up hope of bringing peace to NI: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Little cause for celebration as Agreement anniversary looms – UUP: Belfast Telegraph

'People are alive today because of the Belfast Agreement ... a generation has been spared the bombs and bullets we were not': Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

No one is marching for the Agreement, but its core principles have endured: The News Letter
Sam McBride

The Good Friday Agreement and the price of peace: The Irish Times
George Legg

The Belfast Agreement 20 years on – a tale of two cities: Belfast Telegraph
Kim Bielenberg

Fateful memories of Northern Ireland peace: The Scotsman
Dani Garavelli

Where are today's strong leaders to build on our hopes from 20 years ago?: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Colum Eastwood – United Ireland 'must provide a place of opportunity and belonging for our unionist neighbours or it simply isn't worth having': Belfast Telegraph

Irish unity might to lead to immediate rehabilitation of the IRA terror campaign: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Violence can be a legitimate way to achieve aims, Adams says: The Irish Times
Aine McMahon

The Martin McGuinness Principles are another exercise in republican doublethink: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

No 'cross-community candidate' for West Tyrone by-election: BBC

New attempt to drop IRA man's name from park hinges on SDLP: The News Letter

Ex-Maze deputy governor rejects IRA man's claims warders beat up prisoners: Belfast Telegraph
Jane Scott

The churches, the peace process and reconciliation: The Irish Times
Maggie Scull

New Troubles exhibition is a brave move by Ulster Museum after previous insipid effort: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

'I'm interested in the legacy of individuals': Sunday Independent
Hilary A White

Does Ireland really need so many Catholic dioceses?: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Police must take action against those behind vile leaflets (Apr 5): Irish News
Editorial

Only practical Brexit solutions will suffice (Apr 5): The Times
Cormac Lucey

Rangers supporters slammed over alleged 'sectarian' singing and assault at black tie dinner: Sunday Herald
Peter Swindon

Saturday, April 7

Government rejects Trimble's warnings over its Brexit stance: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly, Simon Carswell and Steven McCaffrey

Sinn Féin says it has Brexit NI impact papers: BBC
John Campbell

Donaldson backs Foster's Union stance: The News Letter

'Prepare for hard Brexit': The Times
Jennifer Bray

'A Border, hard, soft or sunny side up would be a disaster,' says Bertie: Herald.ie
Laura Lynott

Will Ireland SCUPPER Brexit? All eyes on Brussels as CRUNCH Irish border talks restart: Daily Express
Joey Millar

Hillary Clinton – Brexit 'motivated by misconceptions and myths': The Irish Times
Steven McCaffery

History Professor Savage Offers New Perspective on Brexit: The Heights (Boston College)
Brendan Ruberry

Hard border will provoke 'an eruption of civil disobedience': The Times
Raphael Hogarth

Could Brexit revive Ireland's 'Troubles'?: Reuters.com
John Lloyd

Irish shipping to bypass British ports after Brexit: Daily Telegraph
James Crisp

'You're denying democracy!' Sinn Féin Brexit spokesman SLAMS UK exit's impact on N Ireland: Daily Express
Chris Campbell

O'Neill's remarks on violence welcomed: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Derrylin Easter Rising Commemoration – Call for a Border poll is dismissed: Impartial Reporter
Jonathan Rainey

It has been ignored and abused – but Good Friday Agreement remains only real hope for us all: Irish Independent
John Downing

How Northern Ireland's peace process has given hope in conflict zones around the world: Irish Independent
Mary Fitzgerald

Christmas cards sent back to Mayor of Derry and Strabane due to the inclusion of the Irish language: Derry Now

Irish is beyond weaponisation: Village
Pádraig O Mathuna

SDLP dismiss 'speculation' that it will disband if Fianna Fáil enter politics in the north: Derry Now

'Sectarian' roundabout graffiti won't be removed: Derry Journal

I call on you, Mayor de Blasio, to say sorry for the pain you have caused: The News Letter
George Larmour

No apology yet for Stack's family from SF Senator Devine: Herald.ie
Conor Feehan

Government asked to provide statement on Dublin/Monaghan bombings investigation: Northern Standard

Tributes to a man dedicated to finding the remains of people 'disappeared' by IRA: Irish Independent
John Downing

Sinn Féin to hold march in Derry on 50th anniversary of historic civil rights protest: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

Australian singer pens song inspired by Raymond Gilmour: Derry Journal
Ellen Barr

Sinn Féin 'assassination' remark sparks chaos: Drogheda Independent

Chunk of Northern Ireland missing from CNN map: Irish News

Peace is Padraig O'Malley's profession: Boston Globe
Peter Keough

History Professor Savage Offers New Perspective on Brexit: The Heights (Boston College)
Brendan Ruberry

Toilet Troubles and queer visions of peace for Northern Ireland: The Irish Times
Stefanie Lehner

Teachers threaten they will not co-operate with religion class opt-out plan (Apr 5): Irish Independent
Katherine Donnelly

Friday, April 6

David Trimble – Ireland risks provoking paramilitaries over post-Brexit border: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

'Action is needed and quick' – Border gardaí are 'completely unprepared' for Brexit: TheJournal.ie
Garreth MacNamee

Civil service chief warns that workers could leave Northern Ireland for south over Brexit: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Little progress from 'magical thinking' in Brexit talks on Irish border: The Guardian
Lisa O'Carroll

Brexit – the unexpected threat to peace in Northern Ireland: CNN
Nic Robertson

Sir Jeffrey Donaldson – 'A united Ireland is not going to happen': Belfast Telegraph

DUP and UUP figures say they'd stay even if there was a united Ireland: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Michelle O'Neill should be careful what she wishes for... if there is no majority for Irish unity in the next five years, chances are there never will be: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

'It's a disaster, it's sad and it's just politics' – DUP claims unionists fear Ulster Scots may be dropped by Derry's council: Derry Now

Good Friday Agreement has been undermined and isn't working, says Swann: Belfast Telegraph
Claire O'Boyle

NI peace deal has lasting impact on agreements worldwide, study finds: Belfast Telegraph

Good Friday Agreement – Still trying to overcome our toxic past: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Kielty right to point out how NI politicians have failed us: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

As Patrick Kielty says of his father's murder – 'It isn't OK': The News Letter
Editorial

Michelle O'Neill – Kingsmill tweet row won't affect Sinn Féin vote in by-election: The News Letter

DUP will 'take no lectures' from Sinn Féin about social media: Belfast Telegraph

Make sure of the facts: Village
Frankie Gaffney

I give Eastwood six months as leader – ex-SDLP councillor: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Murder victim's family challenge Conor Murphy's call for Fr Malachy Finegan inquiry: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Man attacked by masked pair with metal bars in paramilitary-style assault: Belfast Telegraph

Council to vote over report into row on bonfire pallets storage: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

DUP requests 'call-in' of council bonfire licensing scheme decision: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Unionists are urged to act on threats: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Unionists launch fresh bid to remove name of IRA man from play park: Belfast Telegraph
Michelle Weir

Two more men arrested in connection with Derry parade: Irish Examiner

IRSP says it will take 'non-violent direct action' to prevent eviction: Irish News
Connla Young

Mum of pub bombs victim breaks 43-year silence to praise "salt of the earth" football fans: Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

Photographs tell powerful story of our troubled years: Belfast Telegraph
Brett Campbell

Man who went on run while facing trial for murder of dissident republican arrested in Spain: Irish Independent
Conor Feehan

Shankill and Falls cross community march over leisure centre job fears: Belfast Live
Sarah Scott

Fresh hopes for papal visit to Armagh (Apr 3): Irish News
Editorial

Irish Catholicism in decline – Sidelined by its own hypocrisy (Apr 3): Irish Examiner
Editorial

Booze flows in Stormont on Good Friday despite restrictions on Northern Ireland pubs (Apr 4): Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

'Nobody speaks Irish there, nobody seems embarrassed about it' – tourists slam Gaeltacht status of town (Apr 2): Irish Independent
Tadhg Evans

Pro-independence march 'to bring Glasgow to a standstill': The Scotsman
Chris McCall

Thursday, April 5

DUP's Dodds hails report claiming Brexit will not require hard border in Ireland: Belfast Telegraph

A post-Brexit hard Border has attractions for both DUP and Sinn Féin: The Irish Times
Shaun McDaid

Why, despite all its faults, Naomi Long's proposal for a transitional Assembly is well worth a fair wind: Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

Northern Ireland is still in need of healing: Boston Globe
Padraig O'Malley

The Good Friday agreement is 20 – and Britain can't afford to forget it: The Guardian
Martin Kettle

Patrick Kielty – Brexit makes united Ireland more likely: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Kielty right to point out how NI politicians have failed us: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

DUP chief Arlene Foster 'might leave' if border poll produced united Ireland: Belfast Telegraph

McDonald changing Sinn Féin's tone but not its tune: The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

Unionists will point to Michelle O'Neill's double standard over Provo and dissident violence, but isn't it better that the Sinn Féin leader supports the rule of law?: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

SDLP says report it could step aside to open door for Fianna Fáil 'no more than speculation': Belfast Telegraph

SDLP's Rodgers opposed to party leaving stage for Fianna Fáil: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Colum Eastwood rules out imminent deal with Fianna Fáil while leaving door open on abortion conscience votes: Irish News
John Manley

DUP requests 'call-in' of council bonfire licensing scheme decision: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Five men charged over 'illegal' Easter parade after searches yesterday at Junior McDaid House: Derry Now

Unionists call for courts to crack down on illegal demonstrations: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

RUC veteran – It's no dreadful thing that we've lost two-thirds of police stations: The News Letter

Omagh bombing widower lambasts parties for West Tyrone by-election snub: Belfast Telegraph
Leona O'Neill

Family of murdered south Armagh man call on Sinn Féin MLA to 'get us justice for our son': Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Sinn Féin MP McCallion's video tribute to IRA angers bomb survivor: Belfast Telegraph
Leona O'Neill

Pain and anger over IRA bomber 'victim': The News Letter
Niall Deeney

Calls for new Victims Forum appointment process after IRA bomber row: Belfast Telegraph
Cate McCurry

SDLP MLA hits out at 'kneejerk' reaction to ex-IRA bomber joining victims' panel: The News Letter

Controversy has cast doubts over integrity of the forum: Belfast Telegraph
Mike Nesbitt

Victim definition puts moral equivalence between perpetrator and the innocent: The News Letter
Kenny Donaldson

Decision on Bloody Sunday prosecutions 'by end of summer': The Irish Times
Freya McClements

Mission Impossible? Pub bombs campaigners must find £30k in three weeks: Birmingham Mail
Julie Hambleton

Guildford pub bombs – Conlons' fight continues after sister's death: BBC
Tanya Gupta

'Your dad would be proud of you' – Patrick Kielty's documentary about the Troubles left a serious impression on viewers: Irish Post
Aidan Lonergan

Who was Jack Kielty, what happened to Patrick Kielty's dad during the Troubles in Northern Ireland and when was he murdered?: The Sun
Nicola Stow

Patrick Kielty – I cannot forgive my dad's killers: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Patrick Kielty – 'I liked Arlene Foster. That confused me': The Irish Times
Peter Crawley

Patrick Kielty's smart and thoughtful My Dad, the Peace Deal and Me offers optimistic outlook on Northern Ireland's future, review: Daily Telegraph
Gerard O'Donovan

DUP MLA apologises for Sadiq Khan retweet: BBC
Stephen Walker

Sinn Féin's Pearse Doherty and Aengus O Snodaigh tipped for party's Presidential nomination: Irish Mirror
Ferghal Blaney

PSNI treating racist leaflet drop in south Belfast as a hate crime: Belfast Telegraph

Pope Francis must learn from Queen Elizabeth and visit Ireland north and south: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

Armagh ladies' football star Caroline O'Hanlon carries flag at Commonwealth Games: Irish News

Celtic fan who wore pro-IRA shirt at Linfield Champions League match to stand trial after Sheriff backs controversial footie sectarianism act: Scottish Sun
Laura Murray

Scottish nationalism's optimism outshines the English equivalent: The National (Scotland)
Gordon MacIntyre-Kemp

Wednesday, April 4

'Brexiteers are more of a threat to peace than paramilitaries': Irish Independent
Shona Murray

Irish minister for Europe urges May to give more ground on border issue: London Evening Standard
Sarah Collins

Tánaiste Simon Coveney to speak at west Belfast Good Friday Agreement event: Irish News

Unionism's obsession with masculinity hurts its cause (Apr 3): The Irish Times
Alexander Coupe

'John Hume Street' bid referred to committee (Mar 20): Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Council Asset naming taken to Equality Commission by S.F.: Derry Journal

Legacy of the Troubles still haunts Northern Ireland (Mar 30): Politico.eu
Peter Geoghegan

Acht Na Gaeilge backed by majority of Councillors: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Secrecy and distrust have got us nowhere (Mar 15): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Public is entitled to transparency in government (Mar 15): Irish News
Editorial

Murphy discusses Good Friday Agreement at Quinnipiac: New Haven Register
Clare Dignan

Northern Ireland – Disturbing scenes in Derry: The Irish Times
Editorial

Police 'search loyalists' homes in Bangor': Irish News
Claire Simpson

'Child soldiers can be turned into robotic, mindless killers': Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Imagine getting a threat to your life just for doing your job... in 45 years reporting, I got 21 of them: Belfast Telegraph
Jim McDowell

Billy Hutchinson interview – 'You can't be a loyalist and a criminal at the same time': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Papal visit to the north could yet happen: Irish News
Connla Young

Patrick Kielty's family rejected IRA 'revenge' offer: BBC
Robbie Meredith

Ann McKernan passed on fight for truth over Guildford bombings to her sister: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Revealed – two-thirds of all police stations shut in two decades: Londonderry Sentinel
Adam Kula

DUP man Clarke was disappointed in Sir Elton John making a cheap jibe after I admitted I didn't realise heterosexual people could get HIV. If he got a kick out of my honesty, then shame on him... but I still like some of his music': Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

I'm not running for Áras this time – as nobody will beat Michael D, says Bertie: Irish Independent
Shona Murray

Brexit could hit cross-Border trade harder than previously thought (Mar 14): The Irish Times
Eoin Burke-Kennedy

DUP says Paisley retweet of Katie Hopkins Ramadan murder rate post 'totally inappropriate': Belfast Telegraph
Mark Edwards

Belfast Islamic Centre welcomes Ian Paisley's apology over Ramadan retweet: Belfast Live
David Young

Katie Hopkins, retweeted by Ian Paisley, believes united Ireland is 'inevitable': Irish News
Monika Unsworth

Football's own-goal in struggle for reconciliation in North (Apr 3): The Irish Times
Paul Breen and Sean Huddleston

Irish Catholicism is a 'northern white rhino' about to go extinct (Apr 3): Irish Examiner
Fergus Finlay

Archbishop Leo Cushley presides over first Catholic Mass at Scottish Parliament (Mar 28): The Herald
Stephen Naysmith

'We are BRITISH' Gibraltar vows to NEVER to give into Spain as Brexit tensions SOAR (Mar 30): Daily Express
Joey Millar

Australians row over 'republican' Charles: The Times
Bernard Lagan

Tuesday, April 3

Sinn Féin wants Irish unity referendum within five years, O'Neill tells Easter Rising rally: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Easter 2018 – Pearse Doherty predicts this generation will achieve the Republic of Tone & McGuinness within twenty years: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

'There is urgent need for political change and this means the reunification of Ireland', Paul Maskey MP: Irish Post

Sinn Féin call for unity vote 'irresponsible': The Times
Aaron Rogan

If Good Friday Agreement can't deliver stable government, voters must be told: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Dublin was dealt bad hand in peace pact: The Times
Eamon Delaney

Government gives cautious response to UK customs proposal: The Irish Times
Sarah Bardon

Migration changes 'won't mean hard border': BBC
John Campbell

Republicans must use Brexit to damage England, commemoration told: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Brexit could complicate Good Friday Agreement, says Irish bishop: Crux.com
Sarah MacDonald

Police attacked during dissident republican parade in Derry: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Sinn Féin hit out at those responsible for disturbances during Easter commemorations in Derry today: Derry Now

'Those involved should not believe they are above the law' – DUP call on police to take action after trouble erupts during Easter Commemoration parade in Derry: Derry Now

Claims police would intervene in parade were untrue and stoked tensions – senior police officer: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Petrol bomb attacks 'attempt to kill PSNI officers': Londonderry Sentinel
Mark Rainey

Petrol bombing of police branded a 'disgrace': Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Threat of dissidents is still a major issue: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Another day in which terrorism in various forms shows its face: The News Letter
Editorial

Six in court over illegal republican parade in Lurgan: BBC
Richard Morgan

Easter parades must keep within the law: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Anger at Cumann na mBan flag in Co Down seaside resort: Belfast Telegraph

PSNI 'working with community' on flags: The News Letter

Republican flags 'damaging Newcastle's tourism appeal': Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Orange Order 'has 335 reasons not to meet Sinn Féin': Belfast Telegraph
Claire O'Boyle

Council backs call for Public Inquiry into Boundaries Commission review handling: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Agreed victims' candidate unlikely for West Tyrone poll: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

The time is short to facilitate a victims voice in West Tyrone: The News Letter
Robin Swann

TUV's Allister calls for PSNI probe into Provo bomber on Victims' Forum: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Victims Forum member resigns over ex-IRA man: BBC

PSNI to probe claims of ex-IRA bomber on victims' forum: The News Letter

Ronan Kerr remembered seven years after murder: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Loyalists paramilitaries issue death threat against journalist: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Unionists condemn loyalist media threat: The News Letter

Damien Trainor and Philip Allen showed what is possible when we refuse to allow tribal politics to overshadow things that matter most: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

SF must move to 'end the agony' of families: The News Letter

British 'knew IRA Disappeared killers before their first murder': Irish Independent
Rebecca Black

Babysitter of 3-year-old Johnathan Ball killed in IRA bomb speaks for the first time: Belfast Live
Paul Byrne

Unionist peer Kilclooney calls McGurk's bar a 'drinking hole for IRA sympathisers' – and refuses to apologise: Belfast Telegraph

Told for the first time – the story of the youngest Birmingham pub bombings victim: Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

SF to run presidential candidate but not Gerry Adams – McDonald: The Irish Times
Sarah Bardon

'It's easier to get an Irish Passport than a packet of fags' – DUP Colr.: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

'Clear demand for Irish Passport Office in North' – Newry MLA: Newry Times

Ian Paisley sorry for retweeting Katie Hopkins comment: BBC

Monday, April 2

May plans 'customs partnership' to unlock Northern Ireland dilemma: Financial Times
George Parker and Jim Pickard

Micheál Martin – Government has made strategic error on Brexit: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Plans for Fermanagh border checkpoint with Donegal emerge: Donegal Democrat

'We don't have a voice' – NI business people feel left out of Brexit talks: The Irish Times
Freya McClements

Absolutism on Border risks hardest of Brexits – and last laugh for Rees-Mogg: Irish Independent
Dan O'Brien

Theresa May's brief Brexit visit offers little substance (Mar 30): Irish News
Editorial

Michelle O'Neill – Vote on united Ireland within five years: Belfast Telegraph

Once again, SF leader gets on her high horse about Stormont: The News Letter
Editorial

'We are building on the work of great people' – tributes paid to former deputy First Minister and local IRA volunteers during Easter commemorations in Derry: Derry Now

It's unacceptable to leave us in charge, says Northern Ireland's most senior civil servant (Mar 22): iNews.co.uk
Sam McBride

UUP leader Swann calls for unity candidate in West Tyrone: Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Féin leaflet urges public to combat 'gerrymandering' (Mar 21): Irish News
John Manley

Sinn Féin election poster used for machine gun practice – court hears (Mar 21): Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

IRA's infamous 'D' Company unit hold Easter Rising march along Falls Road in west Belfast: Irish News
John Monaghan

Woman injured during Lurgan parade arrests is sister of Hooded Man: Irish News
Connla Young

Derry Easter Monday parade organisers predict PSNI opposition after Lurgan arrests: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

IRSP members across Ireland travel to Belfast for Easter commemorations: Irish News

Policing in Northern Ireland since the Good Friday Agreement: TheDetail.tv
Joanne Murphy

'My daily job was to place bombs in Belfast centre': The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Ulster loyalism is a rather curious beast, beyond mere allegiance (Mar 31): The Irish Times
Neil Jarman

NIhillism: Village
Mark Kernan

Hiding the truth about state killings is costing the British government dearly (Mar 19): Derry Now
Sara Duddy

British army knew of IRA unit before it took the 'disappeared': The Guardian
Henry McDonald

London service a fitting farewell to reformed IRA killer who made it his mission to decry terrorism (Mar 26): Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Eileen is one of the unsung heroines of hard-won peace (Mar 28): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Churches and politicians have stalled integrated school growth, poll finds (Mar 22): Irish News
Simon Doyle

Pope may visit North during visit, says Archbishop Martin: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Government 'using devolution as an excuse' to avoid abortion reform in Northern Ireland, campaigners warn (Mar 16): The Independent
Lizzy Buchan

SDLP to discuss abortion conscience vote (Mar 30): BBC

Bruton's plan to remove schools 'baptism barrier' due within weeks: Irish Independent
Katherine Donnelly

Historian Tom Devine – Sectarianism is in decline in Scotland (Apr 1): Sunday Herald
Peter Swindon

Unionist campaign cleared after probe into donations (Mar 28): The Herald
Tom Gordon

Sunday, April 1

Brexit will hurt women – Duffy: Derry Journal

Brexit is beginning to bind all parts of the UK closer together – except one: The Sunday Times
Adam Boulton

Ireland's Team Brexit – intellectuals, drafters, workhorses and networkers (Mar 30): The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

Belfast has found some peace; why can't Stormont?: The Sunday Times
Justine McCarthy

'You had the unionist guy saying to the Tory – 'you're not understanding what Sinn Féin is saying": TheJournal.ie
Daragh Brophy

The legacy of the Troubles and the law: TheDetail.tv
Kieran McEvoy

The ability of Sinn Féin to recast victim makers as if they were victims is a sign they have no moral compass: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Seven men charged in relation to Republican Easter Rising parade in Lurgan: Irish Mirror
Chris Sherrard

Unionists welcome operation to halt republican parade in Lurgan: The News Letter
Clint Aiken

Lurgan man Luke O'Neill accused of plotting to murder police bailed due to delay in case (Mar 27): Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Bonfire builders collecting wood, four months ahead of the Eleventh Night (Mar 30): Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

SDLP MLA hits out at 'idiotic havoc' caused by Strabane bomb scare: Belfast Telegraph

Disappeared commissioner Frank Murray dies: BBC

Leo Varadkar leads tributes to Disappeared commissioner: Belfast Telegraph

Naughton's Oslo peace win: Drogheda Independent

Ulster Museum opens Good Friday Agreement exhibition (Mar 30): Irish News

Sinn Féin leader Mary Lou McDonald joins Bishop of Derry Dónal McKeown to call Pope Francis northward: Derry Journal

One fifth of the population plan to attend Pope Francis mass in Phoenix Park: TheJournal.ie
Daragh Brophy

Young Irish people among the most religious in Europe (Mar 27): The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

In 1979 we had never seen anything like it (Mar 22): The Times
Lise Hand

Time for a new Celtic Church aligned with norms of Irish society (Mar 29): Irish Examiner
Victoria White

What does Irish 'neutrality' mean in the realm of international relations in 2018: Sunday Independent
Declan Power

Gerry Adams calls for Ireland to expel Israel ambassador over protest deaths: Belfast Telegraph

Anti-Catholic bias in Scotland may be 'default setting' says spokesman: The Herald
Martin Williams

Some Catholics say even abuse has less to do with religion: The Sunday Times
Stephen Paul

Orange Order in Scotland is on the brink of collapse, according to leading historian Tom Devine: Sunday Herald
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