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Sunday, April 30

Parties push for more power at Stormont: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Monitoring report turns up heat on unionist leaders: Sunday Business Post
Colm Heatley

Assembly to ease into action: BBC
Mark Devenport

Why stop annoying SF/IRA?: Sunday Independent

The prospect of hanging concentrates the mind wonderfully. – Dr Johnson: Sunday Independent

Look to the future: The Sunday Times
Editorial

Public concern: The News Letter (Apr 28)
Editorial

Call for freeze on NI legislation: BBC

Sinn Fein's marriages of financial convenience: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

SDLP only has itself to blame: Daily Ireland (Apr 28)
Editorial

Military parade gives FF poll surge: Sunday Business Post
Pat Leahy

Fear as CIRA rebels link up: Sunday Life (Apr 23)
Stephen Breen

Dissidents are a real concern: (from the Irish News, Apr 20)
Editorial

Prince Philip fails to crown visit with a gaffe: Sunday Independent
John Chambers

Queen would make a diamond tourist: The Sunday Times
Brenda Power

Thatcher's 'offer to hunger strikers': The Observer
Henry McDonald

Hunger strikers recalled in RTE series: Sunday Business Post
Pat Leahy

Bobby Sands remembered: Irelandclick.com (Apr 27)
Francesca Ryan

Hunger strikers – heroes or villains?: Sunday Independent
Lara Bradley & Daniel McConnell

Body asks – why the fall in funding?: Belfast Telegraph (Apr 26)
Noel McAdam

Disturbances sectarian say police: BBC

Getting the buzz back into Ulster: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Border hall targeted in Troubles is reopened: The News Letter (Apr 25)

Judging a society by how it treats its prisoners: Daily Ireland (Apr 26)
Danny Morrison

Uefa explains case to Rangers: The Independent (Apr 26)
Chris Roberts

Exiled smokers fan the flames of sectarianism: The Sunday Times
Marc Horne

Saturday, April 29

Sinn Fein dismiss 'passing the time' Assembly debates: UTV Internet

No change to Assembly deadline: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

Delusions of power-sharing: The Guardian (Apr 28)
Henry McDonald

IRA threat – Who are you trying to kid, Dermot?: Irish Independent

Differing standards to apply: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

Agreement depends on just that: Irelandclick.com (Apr 27)
Des Wilson

Big decisions ahead for unionists and loyalists: (from the Irish News, Apr 20)
Jim Gibney

AOH president in America expresses cautious optimism: Daily Ireland
Jim Dee

Police 'let loyalist free to kill and kill again': Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

UDA talks at crucial stage: The News Letter

Orange chiefs talk to Dublin: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Talks take us in right direction: (from the Irish News)
Editorial

The shades of Orange identity: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

IRSP woman owned Dondalson hideaway: (from the Irish News, Apr 11)
Seamus McKinney

Grave Secrets: The Blanket (Apr 16)
Anthony McIntyre

SDLP ranks in free fall: Daily Ireland
Anton McCabe

Is this the date that the Queen finally comes to Ireland?: Irish Independent
Justine McCarthy

Court set to rule on Maiden city's name: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Hutton

Community worker fears summer 'trouble': Derry Journal

Eighty charged over Dublin Love Ulster riots: The News Letter

Court to decide on base raid case: BBC

Judge rules Omagh bomb trial to start in September: Irish Examiner
Ian Graham

PSNI pays for the most expensive maildrop in history: Daily Ireland
Robin Livingstone

Tim Collins hits out at 'counterfeit' republicans: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Brennan

Why Blair's exit from No 10 would be welcomed: Irish Independent

Praise be ... how Drogheda's Presbyterians bucked trend: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Ahern will have to say 'sorry' over Arms Trial to lure Blaney: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

'We're extending green belt to cover entire province': Financial Times
John Murray Brown

'Black & Tan' treat gets cold shoulder: Boston Herald (Apr 25)
Donna Goodison

Nationalist politicians denied permission to travel to Ireland: Eitb24

Friday, April 28

Hain urges NI politicians to grasp chance: RTE

Reiss praises report: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

US envoy calls for decommissioning: UTV Internet

Assembly speaker will meet whips: BBC

Assembly delay 'could suit SF and DUP': UTV Internet

SF pours scorn on IMC report: Daily Ireland
Eamonn Houston

Hain told to cut spin and start telling the truth: The News Letter

DUP under pressure to return to Stormont: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam and Brian Walker

A few bad apples don't make a bad barrel: (from the Irish News)
Jim Gibney

Calling time on childhood: Daily Ireland
Jude Collins

Having the DUP in Killarney is an historic occasion in itself: Irish Examiner
Pat Brosnan

Good news: Irish Echo
Editorial

Steady as we go on devolution: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Policing will be the next excuse: Daily Ireland
Editorial

Terrorism must end for politics to endure: The News Letter
Editorial

Orders in talks over parade routes: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Orange Order members meet residents: UTV Internet

Order 'diminished' says Trimble: BBC

A tradition betrayed: The Guardian (Apr 27)
Brian Kennaway

PSNI initiative is just a sick joke: Irelandclick.com
Editorial

Provisionals linked to expulsion of family at centre of row after killing: (from the Irish News)

Border areas 'struggle': Daily Ireland
Eamonn Houston

Poppy day victims sue Libya: Impartial Reporter

Gadaffi pay-back time: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Protestant hits out at attacks on homes: The News Letter

Mountbatten meets Ahern: Daily Ireland
David Lynch

O'Hare granted extended temporary release: UTV Internet

Freedom beckons for O'Hare, prime suspect in 27 murders: Irish Independent

'Fox' earned his reputation as a ruthless and violent operator: Irish Independent
Frank Khan

Bid to halt sectarian violence in a generation: The Scotsman
Hamis MacDonell

Thursday, April 27

Arms monitor is optimistic IRA is phasing itself out: The Independent
David McKittrick

IRA 'still a serious crime threat': The Times
David Sharrock

IRA still involved in criminal acts: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

Blair deems IMC report 'most positive': RTE

Hain warns NI politicians on devolution deadline: UTV Internet

Loyalists commit most shootings and assaults – IMC: Belfast Telegraph
Marie Foy

Political reaction to IMC report: UTV Internet

Sinn Féin brands IMC 'a securocrat device': Daily Ireland
Eamonn Houston

Ministers pressed to list decommissioned weapons: UTV Internet

DUP guarded but welcomes 'progress': Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham

Ball now firmly in Paisley's court – Adams: Irish Independent

Summary of IRA unlikely to convince DUP: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

DUP deal depends on seeing IRA 'in tatters': Irish Independent

That was the week that was: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

We all react differently to a little pressure: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

Hain needs a health check, not P O'Neill: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Opportunity for progress on devolution: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Politics of the shoplifter: Irish Independent
Editorial

Devlin family home in paint bomb attack: (from the Irish News)

Future of Shoukris to be known soon: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Agreement helps defuse flags tension: Daily Ireland
Connla Young

Mixing is vital for a stable society: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Regan

The day the duke dropped in to Dublin: The Irish Times
Frank McNally

Irish visit poses royal dilemma: BBC
Shane Harrison

Tell Philip we're not in next time: Daily Ireland
Editorial

Coroner 'sorry' for O'Connor case gaffe: (from the Irish News)
Sharon O'Neill

New leaders needed to restore Order: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Separate Police and Justice Minister 'could benefit Northern Ireland': UTV Internet

Meeting 'a waste of time': Daily Ireland
Connla Young

Jumping the gun: Belfast Telegraph
Steven Alexander

Disputed Mass 'puts onus for unity on churches': Irish Independent
John Cooney

Football passport row over Fifa rule escalates: Daily Ireland
Eamonn Houston

Wednesday, April 26

Peace boost as IRA gets clean bill of health: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

IMC report leads Hain to step up pressure on DUP: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty and Mark Hennessy

DUP breaks the British-Irish ice: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

DUP pledges to consult speedily on an executive with Sinn Fein: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Sinn Féin pushes DUP: Daily Ireland
Eamonn Houston

DUP adopts a welcome new attitude: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Don't be DUP-ed by doublespeak: Daily Ireland
Editorial

Unionists must unite to outflank detractors: The News Letter
Editorial

Adams to launch SF 'roadmap': Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

'Surprise' as Shoukri walks free: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

Shoukri to face two new charges: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

Hume and the RIRA: Daily Ireland
Connla Young

Hume plays down Real IRA claim: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Durkan applauds strategy on bigots: Daily Ireland
Eamonn Houston

'Sustained missile attacks' at peace line: (from the Irish News, Apr 20)
Bimpe Fatogun

Loyalist residents preparing 'defence lines': The News Letter

Interface patrols can deter trouble: (from the Irish News)
Editorial

Poisonous sectarianism: Derry Journal
Editorial

Rival flags issue returns to town: BBC

Flags 'give out negative image': Daily Ireland

Murphy's Omagh retrial date set: RTE

Relatives 'frustrated' as – No date yet for 'Sunday' report publication: Derry Journal

Britain's prince Philip makes flying visit to Dublin: Irish Examiner

Queen visit may be on the cards: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Northern fury as IFA pursue passport plan: Unison.ie
Eoin Dunne

Concelebration ignored the real differences of belief that exist: Irish Examiner
Ronan Mullen

Rock'n'roll'n'Rising, we gave you all the best years of our lives: Sunday Independent (Apr 23)
Declan Lynch

British ID card scheme could affect Irish citizens: Irish Examiner
Paul O'Brien

Tuesday, April 25

Power-sharing in hands of republicans, says Robinson: Irish Examiner
Paul O'Brien

DUP 'not delaying' devolution: UTV Internet

Top unionist party 'must tackle big decisions about our future': Irish Independent

Broadside at DUP for 'political sabotage': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Ferris factor does not spark a frisson as forum makes history: Irish Independent

Deal or no deal?: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Hain own goal on IRA arms: The News Letter

IMC report expected to be positive: BBC
Vincent Kearney

DUP still haunted by ghosts from past: (from the Irish News)
Roy Garland

DUP in Killarney – Important, positive step for North: Irish Examiner
Editorial

DUP grabs the nettle of pragmatism: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Hain's view is untimely and is less than realistic: The News Letter
Editorial

Exiled Adair talks of Ulster return: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Agent supplied car to UVF killer gang: Sunday Life (Apr 23)

Police fail to act on key Stevens recommendation: (from the Irish News, Apr 20)
Barry McCaffrey

Delay in O'Loan report 'may have cost life': Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

Orange lodges in plea over grant aid: Belfast Telegraph
Marie Foy and Chris Thornton

High price of parades: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

Prince Philip to visit Dublin tomorrow: RTE

Dissidents' bomb plot over visit by Queen: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

UDA mural removal dispute: Belfast Telegraph

Cross-community flags deal hangs in the balance: Daily Ireland
Nevin Farrell

Devolution 'made war on bigotry possible': The Scotsman
Hamish MacDonnell

Ulster's 'shared future' under spotlight at conference talks: Belfast Telegraph
Clare Weir

Same old songs as Old Firm fizzle: The Guardian (Apr 24)
Ewen Murray

Old Firm derby atmosphere 'noticeably better' say police: The Herald
Graham Spiers

Rapist's early release a legacy of Troubles: (from the Irish News, Apr 13)
Bimpe Fatogun

INLA hunted evil murderer Hamilton, but the police got to him first: Belfast Telegraph
Clare Weir

Women of Troubles unite for new future: Belfast Telegraph
Geraldine Mulholland

Irish language act call for the North: Daily Ireland

Monday, April 24

Unionists agree to meet joint parliamentary group: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

SF welcomes DUP decision to attend British-Irish body: Irish Examiner
Dan McGinn and Eoin English

North deal bid boost from terror watchdog: Irish Independent

Power-sharing opportunity must be seized – Ahern: Irish Examiner
Senan Hogan

Sinn Fein to hold talks with Hain: BBC

No excuses left for delaying Assembly recall, says Hain: UTV Internet

DUP criticise Hain for comments: UTV Internet

UDA thug gang blight sparks IMC probe call: Sunday Life (Apr 23)

We may be better off without the assembly: (from the Irish News)
Patrick Murphy

Police force exchanges a sham – Paisley: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

Ex-Slab Murphy worker to pay €500,000: (from the Sunday Tribune)
Suzanne Breen

Second man due in court over bomb: BBC

Dissidents braced for an upsurge in attacks: Sunday Life (Apr 23)
Alan Murray

'Old' guard planning a new terror wave...: Sunday Life (Apr 23)
Jim Cusack

Who can I sue?: (from the Sunday Journal, Apr 23)
Eamonn McCann

Jim Cusack, the new Freddie Starr, ate my hamster: Sunday Independent (Apr 23)
Ciaran Byrne

How kidnap Guardsman defied his IRA killers: The Times
Michael Evans

IRA victims denounce hunger-strikers: (from the Sunday Tribune, Apr 23)
Suzanne Breen

Collusion legislation – jurists criticise lack of transparency: (from the Irish News)
Marie Louise McCrory

Collusion tribunal set to call on journalists: Sunday Life (Apr 23)

Sinn Fein in row over British Legion: Belfast Telegraph (Apr 22)

The values of the Rising need to be renewed: (from the Irish Post)
Paul Donovan

Shameful descent into militarism: Irelandclick.com (Apr 20)
Des Wilson

Getting the Rising off our backs: Sunday Tribune (Apr 23)

1916 provides a rich inheritance for Sinn Féin: Daily Ireland (Apr 21)

Primate rebukes monks over Mass: Irish Independent

Founder of Shankill-Shankhill Project honoured for his work in cross-border co-operation: Bray People (Apr 13)

Week of events to tackle bigotry: BBC

Ulster politicians unite to tackle bigotry: UTV Internet

The sectarianism debate is not in vain: The Herald
Graham Spiers

Sunday, April 23

IMC set to praise IRA 'progress': The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

SF's love-bombing of unionists rings hollow: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Hain turns up heat on DUP: Sunday Business Post
Colm Heatley

Chilling reminder for Mr Hain: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Troubles inquiry team is unable to probe police: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Sinn Fein fury over Orange Order funding: Belfast Telegraph

Michael McDowell predicts Sinn Fein could be 'king maker': UTV Internet

Shourkris are police agents – Adair: Belfast Telegraph

Police attacked in Lurgan: UTV Internet

Second man charged over bomb find: BBC

Let Bygones be Bygones: The Blanket (Apr 15)
Mick Hall

Sinn Féiner gets army cash plea: Daily Ireland (Apr 20)
Róisín McManus

'I want justice for my boy': Belfast Telegraph

No inquest into O'Connor death: Newry Democrat

Gadaffi sued by 160 victims of IRA: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Libya gets warning over IRA court case: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Regan

Priests defy bishops to back Fr Iggy's ecumenical mass: Sunday Independent
Daniel McConnell & Maeve Sheehan

What in the name of God are the clergy thinking?: Sunday Independent

Queen hopes for first visit to Ireland next year: The Sunday Times
Christopher Morgan

Playing the national card: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

Queen's 80th, just a week after the Rising celebrations, is largely ignored: Sunday Independent

The values of the Rising need to be renewed: (from the Irish Post)
Paul Donovan

Proud heritage: Limerick Leader
Editorial

Queen still has a vital role to play: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Northern Ireland man visits host family from foreign exchange: The Villages Daily Sun (Apr 22)
Theresa Campbell

FIFA to rule on protest over Irish passports: The Sunday Times
Carissa Casey

Bad blood and bigotry: Sunday Herald
Harry Reid

Saturday, April 22

Peace process 'like a never-ending hurling final': Irish Examiner
Louise Hogan

Berry loss may mean fewer DUP ministers: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Hain receives latest IMC report: UTV Internet

Ex-convicts may be Ulster's justice minister: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

DUP ready to play for high stakes: BBC
Gareth Gordon

Justice reforms in Ulster pledged: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

MI5's expanded role is dangerous SDLP: (from the Irish News)
William Graham

PSNI chief to be quizzed on shooting of car driver: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

South Africa judge criticises NI Inquiries Act: UTV Internet

Gardaí sorry for Border oversight: Irish Examiner
Louise Hogan and Alan Erwin

Labour's northern ambition: Daily Ireland (Apr 20)
David Lynch

Feud murder accused granted compassionate bail: UTV Internet

Shoukri brothers' expulsion 'imminent': (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

Feud fears as UDA tries to oust Shoukri: Village
Colm Heatley

Spoiled Rotten: The Blanket
David Adams

Army fund say sorry over cash request: Irelandclick.com
Roisin McManus

Likely role of ex-Special Branch in bomb find: (from the Irish News)
Sharon O'Neill

Derry family flee following attacks: Belfast Telegraph
Geraldine Mulholland

Stabbed in vicious sectarian attack: Daily Ireland
Connla Young

Councillor blasts sectarian graffiti: Newry Democrat

Flags add to town tension: Daily Ireland (Apr 20)
Connla Young

Let us give praise and thanks to Fr Iggy: Irish Independent

When the foot-soldiers rise up against apartheid at the altar: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

1981 – Lest we forget: Irelandclick.com
Francesca Ryan

Black & Tan ice-cream leaves the Irish cold: The Guardian (Apr20)
Tim Dowling

Ice cream, anyone?: Irish Echo
Editorial

Cusack's Sunday Independent 'exclusives': Village
Scott Millar and Vincent Browne

Ignorance at BBC: Daily Ireland
Editorial

A nation blessed by a golden sovereign: Daily Telegraph
Editorial

Old Firm policeman slams Uefa over chanting claim: The Guardian
Ewan Murray

Friday, April 21

Assembly poll could be put off to 2008: Irish Examiner
Dan McGinn

Plan B is looking more like a final settlement: (from the Irish News)
Newton Emerson

Partition the elephant in the sitting room: Daily Ireland
Jude Collins

Hain's world of hope and expectation: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Hain must spell out price of failure: Daily Ireland
Editorial

Dissidents 'trying to kill peace': Irish Independent

Riot erupts after bomb factory find in Lurgan: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

Four arrested after PSNI finds bomb: Daily Ireland
Mick Hall

Businessman quizzed over failed bomb plot: (from the Irish News)
Sharon O'Neill and Marie Louise McCrory

Will of the people 'will thwart dissident republicans': UTV Internet

More petrol bombs in second night of trouble in Lurgan: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

Man due in Belfast court on arms charges: RTE

Judicial review of Lurgan arrests: UTV Internet

Continuity IRA call to 'comrades in arms': Impartial Reporter

King Speaks For McAllister: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com

Police search linked to bank raid: UTV Internet

Brothers of man killed at police checkpoint speak out: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Checkpoint death family wants facts: Daily Ireland

No escape for shot man eyewitness: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

Saville Inquiry delay angers families: Daily Ireland
Eamonn Houston

Protests catalyst for a show of strength: Impartial Reporter

Signs won't come down: Ballymoney Times

Mayor supports priests in row over ecumenical Mass: Irish Independent

Primates concerned by Mass controversy: Belfast Telegraph
Senan Hogan

Birth of the new reformation?: Belfast Telegraph
John Cooney

Prison ban on Easter lilies faces challenge: Irish Independent

Finishing revolution: Daily Ireland
Mary Lou McDonald

A speech that one day could be made ...: Belfast Telegraph (Apr 19)
Brian Walker

Thursday, April 20

Government sets out assembly plan: BBC

Politicians warned of heavy price for north if left behind: (from the Irish News)
William Graham

Parties warn 'GFA cannot be revised': Daily Ireland
Eamonn Houston

London 'is preparing for Assembly failure': Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

Hain spent 8 weeks in north over six months: (from the Irish News)
Sharon O'Neill

Bomb was for major attack, say police: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

Four held as Ulster 'bomb plot' is foiled: Daily Telegraph
Tom Peterkin

Decomissioned Provos thrown on scrap heap: (from the Sunday Tribune, Apr 16)
Suzanne Breen

Shooting victim's family in plea: BBC

Shootings 'cult of silence' must end: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

Swift reply needed over car shooting: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Desperate fight to stay in US awaits decision: Daily Ireland
Connla Young

Marching time is child's play: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Row between rival loyalists motive for pipe-bomb attack: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

Cluedo in Donegal: The Blanket (Apr 18)
Anthony McIntyre

Bertie rolls out show of strength: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

So what will they do for an encore to 1916 Rising event?: Irish Independent (Apr 18)
Diarmaid Ferriter

An unqualified success: Irish Echo
Editorial

Threats of death force two soccer players to quit the North: Irish Independent

Race-hate British National Party planning to reorganise in North: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

Northern Ireland's divided classrooms are changing: The Guardian
Bob Osborne

Siobhan O'Hanlon a tribute: Daily Ireland
Danny Morrison

Priest defends joint Mass decision: Irish Examiner
Sean Mac Carthaigh

I gave a joint Mass 20 years ago, says clergyman: Irish Independent

Religious reconciliation – Mass must not lead to division: Irish Examiner
Editorial

International jurists in Belfast: UTV Internet

UEFA confusion over Rangers case: The Herald
Mark Wilson

Wednesday, April 19

Fresh devolution bid for Northern Ireland: The Scotsman
Rhiannon Edward

Hain rules out Irish-British rule in North: Irish Examiner
Dan McGinn

Bizarre events make this a strange Easter: (from the Irish News, Apr 15)
James Kelly

Bid to reverse law banning Irish nationals from top civil service jobs: Daily Ireland

Official doubts about parades body to feature in court case: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Peaceful marches result in talks prediction: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

Senior Apprentice Boy signals talks with nationalists possible: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

Orangemen warn of need for movement on Drumcree: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Investigation launched into the killing of man at police checkpoint: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Is shoot-to-kill policing back?: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

Police gun victim had previous conviction: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese and Debra Douglas

Adair link to fatal shooting by police: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

Slain cabbie's family make cover-up claims: Sunday Life (Apr 2)
Ciaran McGuigan

Report that handlers won't face charges angers McCord: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

Ireland's risk society: Village (Feb 16)
Sara Burke

Blair gives his backing to Community Relations Week: The News Letter (Apr 11)

Primates Brady and Eames express concern at joint Mass: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Fr Iggy sets off on rocky road to new Reformation: Irish Independent

Deprived loyalist areas 'need more cash': UTV Internet (Feb 27)

Subjective funding: Daily Ireland (Apr 5)
Mary Lou McDonald

Funding must go where it's needed: The News Letter
Editorial

Ireland has become a country fit for heathens, warns archbishop: Irish Independent (Apr 17)

Are tanks more important than hospital beds?: Daily Ireland
Patricia McKenna

Uefa focus on Ibrox game in sectarianism verdict appeal: The Herald
Graham Spiers

Tuesday, April 18

Hain to report on devolution plan: BBC

New assembly must have powers – SDLP: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Uniting Orange and Green my priority – Adams: Irelandclick.com

We must push for true reconciliation, urges Archbishop: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Ulster's peaceful parades: The Guardian
Paul Lewis

Security low key as parades pass: BBC

Facelift for Drumcree mural: Sunday Life (Apr 16)
Chris Anderson

CIRA still active and dedicated warns RSF: (from the Irish News, Apr 15)
Maeve Connolly

Sabotage concealed: Village (Apr 6)
Vincent Browne

A common humanity: Daily Ireland (Apr 7)
Laurence McKeown

O'Loan may force BBC to hand over tape: Sunday Life (Apr 16)
Alan Murray

Suspected joyrider shot dead by police named by investigator: The Guardian
Audrey Gillan

Probe into shooting at checkpoint: BBC

Police shooting – how could it happen?: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Anger at prison's Easter lilies ban: (from the Irish News)
Claire Simpson

UVF gang force prison warder's widow out of her home: Sunday Life (Apr 16)
Alan Murray

Flag of dignity: The News Letter (Apr 13)
Editorial

Nationalists barred from debate in hall: Daily Ireland (Apr 5)
Ciarán Barnes

Experts are brought in to revive ailing language: Irish Independent

A small step to beating bigotry: The Observer (Apr 16)
Patrick Glenn

Queen Elizabeth visit more likely after 'taboo' broken: Irish Independent (Apr 17)

--- 1916 ---

Taoiseach urged to visit graves of British soldiers: Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

C of I minister concelebrates Mass for 1916 anniversary: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry and Paul Murphy

I was out of step with the great military parade for two reasons: Irish Examiner
Fergus Finlay

Remember, ghosts of the GPO carried guns: Sunday Independent (Apr 16)
Eoghan Harris

The march to maturity: Sunday Business Post (Apr 16)
Declan Power

All changed, changed utterly: Daily Ireland
Editorial

Embracing Ireland's past with dignity: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Monday, April 17

Ahern pledges to work for peace and reconciliation: Irish Examiner
Ed Carty

Adams warns it is 'decision time': UTV Internet

Re-double our resolve to win peace: Sunday Life (Apr 16)
Alan McBride

SF and DUP's dealing is about the power and not the people: (from the Irish News, Apr 15)
Eddie McGrady

A time for rebirth of hope in Ulster: Sunday Life (Apr 16)
Editorial

Driver shot dead by police: Daily Telegraph
Tom Peterkin

SDLP call for suspensions over death: RTE

Confusion reigns over UDA's intentions following summit: Sunday Life (Apr 16)
Stephen Breen

Loyalist hitman is asked to murder Notarantonios: (from the Irish News, Apr 15)
Catherine Morrison

Cops vow to halt riots at flashpoint parades: Sunday Life (Apr 16)
Stephen Breen

Riot charges against loyalists dropped due to police 'blunder': (from the Irish News, Apr 15)
Barry McCaffrey

Cops took gun from Donaldson in 2002: Sunday Life (Apr 16)
Alan Murray

Denis Donaldson – 'He had charm, buckets of it': Village (Apr 6)
Marie Mulholland

Buried in Secret: The Blanket (Apr 9)
Anthony McIntyre

Card ploy defence: Daily Ireland (Apr 11)
Connla Young

Dissidents 'threatened to murder Hamilton': Belfast Telegraph (Apr 15)
Emily Moulton and Michael McHugh

Shame game hard to erase: The Sunday Times (Apr 16)
Rodger Baillie

Let's face it, Scottish sectarianism is all over bar the shouting: Scotland on Sunday (Apr 16)
Dani Garavelli

Clarity begins at home: Sunday Herald (Apr 16)
Ian Bell

--- 1916 ---

Ireland looks back at revolutionary roots: Boston Globe (Apr 16)
Kevin Cullen

Irish Revive Rites for Easter Revolt, and Debate Its Merits: New York Times
Brian Lavery

Easter Rising still stirring Irish blood Fight for independence not without its critics: San Francisco Chronicle (Apr 16)
Anthony Healy

Dublin reclaims spirit of uprising with arms parade: The Times
David Lister and David Charter

Easter Rising parade attracts 100,000 and wins political approval: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Epic struggle to sever link between faith and fatherland: Irish Independent
John Cooney

Celebrating Ireland's past is first step to peaceful future: The Herald
Ruth Wishart

How sharing of the green may be key to winning patriot game: Irish Independent

Most authentic claimants to Rising legacy are RSF: (from the Sunday Journal, Apr 16)
Eamonn McCann

One State, one Army and one Oglaigh na hEireann . . .: Irish Independent

1916 commemoration – Rising can inspire the new Ireland: Irish Examiner
Editorial

National day of pride: Irish Independent
Editorial

Sunday, April 16

Dirty deal on cards, says SDLP: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Assembly must have powers – SDLP: BBC

Unionists in broadside at 'plan B' bid: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Real losers where both sides can only agree to disagree: Limerick Leader
John Downing

Hard tasks for recalled assembly: BBC
Mark Devenport

'Negative' Paisley slammed: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Most senior UVF leaders were 'British agents': The Sunday Times

Murderer faces 20 years in jail: The Observer
Mike Browne

Stone 'innocence' leads to call for reopening of case: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Limerick atrocity – another warrant: Limerick Leader
Barry Duggan

Family is satisfied at Provos' apology: Belfast Telegraph
Debra Douglas

Airport victim's wife blasts gardaí over failure to contact her: Daily Ireland (Apr 14)
Ciarán Barnes

Church leader defends 'snub' to Catholics: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Catching The Monkey: The Blanket (Apr 4)
Anthony McIntyre

MI5 recruiting ordeal: Daily Ireland (Apr 6)

Nightmare for McGuinness?: Belfast Telegraph (Apr 12)
Lindy McDowell

The PSNI version of what happened on 4 October 2002: Village (Apr 6)

U.S. should follow the Celtic tiger: Albany Times Union (Apr 15)
Denis Foley

Rangers face new Uefa probe: The Sunday Times
Rodger Baillie

Archbishop rebukes Uefa for soft line on bigoted chants: Sunday Herald
Liam McDougall

Sale protest leaves Sinn Fein divided: The Sunday Times
Kate Butler

A sense of pride: Irish Post
Jon Myles

Easter Rising parades take place: BBC

Rising revolt: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

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Full-scale military pageant in Dublin: The Sunday Times
Jan Battles

It didn't have to be like this: The Sunday Times
Alan Ruddock

The Invisible Republic gets its day out: Sunday Business Post
Tom McGurk

Free from the shackles of nationalist rhetoric: Sunday Independent
Michael McDowell

All changed, changed utterly: Daily Ireland
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Commemoration pays homage to 1916 vision: Sunday Business Post
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