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Saturday, April 30

Call for Army's return to Northern Ireland's streets: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

'Imminent murder' forces PSNI man out: BBC

Police chiefs must fight terror or make way for those who can: Belfast Telegraph
Norman Baxter

Community support will help police combat dissidents: The News Letter
Stephen White

Where does rule of law begin and end?: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Police defend response times to disturbances: The News Letter

Paisley and Allister clash in debate: UTV Internet

No mention of Iris at Strangford debate: The News Letter
Sam McBride

SF remove posters: Londonderry Sentinel
Eamon Sweeney

Election 2010 Constituency Profile – South Down: BBC
Noel Thompson

Nationalism 1987-2009 – Rise of republicanism: BBC
Philip Dunwoody

Now our job is making the peace permanent: Belfast Telegraph
Gerry Adams

Pro-Union vote needs maximising: The News Letter
Editorial

It's in the post: UTV Internet
Ken Reid

NI politicians react to PM debate: BBC

Just half of UUP voters back Cameron: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Empey fights 'to be in government': UTV Internet

Ulster wants Clegg to be the next Prime Minister: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

SDLP to back Labour in hung parliament: UTV Internet

If there's a hung parliament, then it's time to bargain: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

How Sinn Fein could put Conservatives back in power: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Greece shows just why the Celts should be grilled on the BBC: The Guardian
Simon Jenkins

Cutting the tax on profits could create a new 'Tiger': Belfast Telegraph
Graham Gudgin

Evidence on Tandragee murders 'unsafe': UTV Internet

Second man held after bombs found in Lurgan: BBC

Fountain resident calls for tougher sentences for interface attacks: Londonderry Sentinel
Eamon Sweeney

Tribute paid to bravery of the B-Specials: The News Letter

6,000 back Facebook fight to end Irish car registration tax (Apr 28): Belfast Telegraph

Eta killer has jumped bail in Northern Ireland, court told: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Foreign Office suspends diplomat Anjoum Noorani over memo mocking Pope: Daily Telegraph
Gordon Rayner

Friday, April 29

Dissidents determined to kill Sinn Fein chief Gerry Adams: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Court barriers over terror threat: BBC

Baggott's 'regret' over blast: The News Letter

Well done Terry on spelling out the terror threat: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Residents need reassurance after bombs: The News Letter
N R Greer

Why Ford's priority must be terrorists, not prisons: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

Terror threat has to be faced down: The News Letter
Editorial

Informer's 'weapons planting' claims investigated: BBC

PSNI reserve ' to stay til next March': The News Letter

Election row over Free Derry corner: Derry Journal

Long can defeat Robinson, says Alliance: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Ritchie needs unionist support to see off Ruane and keep Sinn Féin out: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

TUV candidate says he is 'real Robinson alternative': Belfast Telegraph

General Election 2010 Constituency Profile – Foyle: BBC
Noel Thompson

Constituency profile – Upper Bann (Apr 27): Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Fein's high-tech manifesto, but the songs remain the same: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Cameron to hammer out pact with unionists and smaller parties to avoid Lib Dem electoral reform: Daily Mail
Tim Shipman

No deals with DUP, say Conservatives: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Adams calls for 'united front' to fight spending cuts by British government: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

DUP says 2,000 jobs will be lost under Tories: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Cameron's cuts should worry everyone – Durkan: Derry Journal

SDLP hits out at Sinn Fein over cuts: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

NI faces cuts 'whoever wins poll': BBC

Tory pact will give us a seat at the top table: Belfast Telegraph
Reg Empey

No new dawn on North's tight political pitch: The Irish Times
Fionnuala O'Connor

Two quirks of the election: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Row flares over church meetings: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Three arrested over attack on Derry civil servant: Derry Journal

Fears over hunger strike parade plan: The News Letter

GAA host's faith was 'elephant in room': Irish Independent

Sacked BBC presenter Jerome Quinn tells of 'Jackie Fullerton's role': Belfast Telegraph
Aine Fox

Moyle Council has 'systematically failed' GAA – Councillor Paudie McShane: Ballymoney Times

Advisers to Pope Benedict XVI 'regret' plan for state visit to UK (Apr 25): Sunday Times
Ruth Gledhill and Kate Youde

Thursday, April 28

Monitoring calls not in Justice Minister Ford's remit: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

Policing resource row deepens: UTV Internet

DUP 'concerns' over police response: Belfast Telegraph

Bomb car disappears: Newry Democrat

Joint PSNI/Gardaí patrols in Crossmaglen will break 'hoodoo' of town's policing: McAllister: The Cross Examiner
Brónagh Murphy

Full Time Reserves could yet be saved: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Edge gone out of Trimble-Donaldson clash: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

FAIR chief joins the fray: Newry Democrat
Brian Hyland

General Election 2010 Constituency Profile – Mid-Ulster: BBC
Noel Thompson

Constituency profile – Strangford (Apr 27): Belfast Telegraph

Alliance will offer 'radical and visionary agenda for progress', says Ford: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

There's strength without unity – National tactical voting can be a winning strategy: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Delicate but fierce stalemate in political hotbed of Lower Down: The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

MPs must take their seats and do the job: Belfast Telegraph
Margaret Ritchie

Human Rights Act underpins devolution: The Guardian
Monica McWilliams

Divided society 'costs £1bn a year': Belfast Telegraph

Hunger strike – We are given smuggled jail letter: Belfast Media

Prison officer protest comes to an end (Apr 27): The News Letter

Antrim security alert ends: UTV Internet

McDaid accused allowed to return home: UTV Internet

Top community honour for pipe bombing victim: Belfast Telegraph

Ex-IRA chief Thomas 'Slab' Murphy in court over tax evasion: The Times
David Sharrock

'Perjury charges' against RUC men not considered over killing of woman: The Irish Times

RUC perjury charges 'were option' over woman's death: BBC

Sacked BBC presenter Jerome Quinn blasts coverage of GAA sports: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

BBC 'tried to exclude GAA from awards': The News Letter

Jobs centre funded by Fás offers careers in British army (Apr 27): Irish Examiner
Scott Millar

British Army recruitment halted at Irish jobs centre: Belfast Telegraph

Foreign Office is left looking cretinous over insult to Pope (Apr 26): Belfast Telegraph
Laurence White

Balliol made them: Daily Telegraph
Editorial

Wednesday, April 27

Sir Reg Empey blasts 'hypocrisy' of rivals in public sector storm: Belfast Telegraph

Cameron comments on size of North's public sector defended: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

First Minister had warned of belt-tightening in 2009: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Time for joined up thinking on the economy: The News Letter
Liam Clarke

The Tories must not 'gut' Ulster: The News Letter
Editorial

Cameron issued a few home truths: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Ulster MP may one day be Prime Minister, says William Hague: The Times
David Sharrock

Empey against hung parliament: UTV Internet

Are we halfway to a hung parliament?: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Conservatives will stand by peace process in North, says Hague: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

William Hague and Sir Reg Empey come out fighting armed with 105-page tome: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

What about the Province in PM race? (Apr 26): The News Letter
Editorial

No ban on MLAs employing family in new expenses rules: Belfast Telegraph

Allister seeks to win expenses protest: The News Letter

Council pays bill for CEO inquiry: BBC

The Lady has a firm grip on unionist heartland: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Constituency profile – South Belfast: Belfast Telegraph

Election 2010 Constituency Profile – Newry and Armagh: BBC
Noel Thompson

Constituency profile – North Belfast: UTV Internet

Ford predicts Alliance breakthrough: UTV Internet

Constituency profile – West Tyrone: Belfast Telegraph

Put on your money: UTV Internet
Ken Reid

Gerry Adams as seen on TV. Just never in the House of Commons: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

PSNI step up security checks: UTV Internet

'Resources available' to counter dissidents: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Newtownhamilton bomb response 'embarrassed officers': BBC

'Dissidents are planning something serious': The News Letter

Men released over Strabane attack: BBC

'Money grabbing' RAAD face jail – PSNI: Derry Journal

Justice system 'focus on community': Belfast Telegraph

Greysteel killer Knight loses appeal: UTV Internet

Unsung hero who saw peace-building in a different light: Belfast Telegraph
Jim Dee

Pope's visit to UK on schedule despite memo, says Vatican: The Irish Times
Paddy Agnew

Infantile and horribly offensive – the FO's insult to the Pope is a dismal reflection of what Britain's become (Apr 26): Daily Mail
Melanie Phillips

Tuesday, April 26

Crunch policing talks on dissident campaign: The News Letter

Birmingham on Real IRA terror hitlist (Apr 25): Sunday Mercury
Ben Goldby

Man arrested in west Belfast dissident probe: BBC

Don't turn anger against police officers (Apr 24): The News Letter
Editorial

'I voted for the DUP all my life but they've betrayed us' (Apr 25): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

In a two-horse race, can Paisley Jr pull ahead? (Apr 25): (from the Sunday Times)
Liam Clarke

Wilson must sacrifice the 'best job' he's ever had if he wins: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Veteran McCann still aiming beyond orange versus green (Apr 25): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Unionists face new scenario in hung parliament (Apr 25): Sunday Business Post

Ulster – In a hung parliament, everyone is a player in the same political debate: The Guardian
Editorial

North's taste of 'normal' election: The Irish Times
Editorial

Tory and Unionist candidate Mike Nesbitt's secret daughters: Belfast Telegraph
Aine Fox

Comments on potential for North cutbacks rejected: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Robinson warns of Tories spending cuts: UTV Internet

Cameron clarifies his NI comments: BBC

Cameron's gaffe?: UTV Internet
Jamie Delargy

Why Cameron was right about the regions: Spectator.co.uk
Fraser Nelson

MP questions dissident visa (Apr 25): (from the Sunday Times)
Liam Clarke

Cuts in NI youth community budget 'savage': UTV Internet

Northern Ireland 'complacent over peace lines': Belfast Telegraph

'Mr Newry' says number of Southern shoppers down 50% (Apr 25): Sunday Tribune
Eamon Quinn

Pope receives apology from UK Foreign Office for 'condom' memo: The Guardian
Stephen Bates and Fiona Winward

Vatican fury at 'dark forces' in Britain – Aides warn offensive Foreign Office memo threatens Pope's historic visit: Daily Mail
Sam Greenhill, Nick Pisa and Jason Groves

The Pope memo – we had a chuckle, no harm done: The Times
Tony Brenton

The fashion for bashing Catholicism in the UK hurts Catholics and can revive ancient prejudices: Irish Independent
Mary Kenny

Scottish independence dominates TV debate: Belfast Telegraph

Sunday, April 25

Residents feel 'abandoned' by police: The News Letter

Pipe bomb found at Homebase, Newtownabbey store: BBC

NI politicians saddled up for election race: BBC
Jim Fitzpatrick

Polite politicians are no good to anybody: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

It's time to lay down the law on ethics at Stormont (Apr 23): Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Kildare man 'plotted to run guns in NI' (Apr 23): BBC

Woodward attacks Tory proposals: Belfast Telegraph

Moyle Council 'No' to Armed Forces Flag: Ballymoney Times

UDA murals have now been removed: Londonderry Sentinel
Eamon Sweeney

Hand over fist – The Red Hand of Ulster still has the power to divide Northern Ireland: Independent on Sunday
Declan O'Neill

Rockland's Irish community commemorates Bobby Sands' death (Apr 22): The Journal News
Akiko Matsuda

SDLP planned for 'Dublin' invasion of Derry (Apr 23): Derry Journal

Eirigi stages protest at bank HQ: Belfast Telegraph

Tribunal 'akin to the Guildford Four case': Sunday Independent
Jody Corcoran

Time has come for Catholic Rebellion (Apr 19): (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Foreign Office apology over 'foolish' Pope paper: Scotland on Sunday
Andrew Woodcock

This grotesque and unfair voting system must change: The Observer
Will Hutton

Tory win 'could split the union': The Sunday Times
Jason Allardyce

Saturday, April 24

TUV leader makes first minister post pledge: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Ó hOisín slams SDLP for creating "a sectarian division": Derry Journal

Unionist infighting and Sinn Féin votes should help McDonnell keep his seat: The Irish Times
Fionnuala O'Connor

Constituency Profile – Fermanagh and South Tyrone: BBC
Noel Thompson

Constituency profile – South Down: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

SF turn up the heat: Fermanagh Herald

Chances of electoral pact fade in South (Apr 21): Belfast Media
Alana Fearon

Low turn-out a worry for many: UTV Internet

Adams is up for polls challenge (Apr 21): Belfast Media

Next debate the key one: The News Letter
Sam McBride

No clangers: UTV Internet
Ken Reid

Final Word with Paul Moore – Election fallout: Ulster Herald
Paul Moore

Why I'll beat a drum for not flying the flag: Belfast Telegraph
Naomi Long

Ballybogey flags issue set to become controversial: Ballymoney Times

Orange group's plan to develop 'vibrant society': The News Letter

Irish dissidents discuss ferry plan to carry bomb to England: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Real IRA may be planning fresh bombing campaign on the UK mainland: The Times
David Sharrock

Dissidents blamed for workers' intimidation: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

'Someone could be dead today': Derry Journal

Police 'failed to respond to Armagh bomb warning': The Independent
David McKittrick

Police defend car bomb response: UTV Internet

Fire drill may have saved lives in bomb attack: Belfast Telegraph

'Money grabbing' RAAD face jail – PSNI: Derry Journal

So a glorified petrol bomb brings village to a standstill: Belfast Media

Ford also on trial: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Man jailed over Bobby Tohill abduction: BBC

Officers could face huge legal bills over appeal (Apr 22): BBC

The Great Divide: Belfast Telegraph
Will Hanafin and Shane Donaghey

David Cameron targets north-east and Northern Ireland for spending cuts: Guardian.co.uk
Nicholas Watt, Patrick Wintour and Aida Edemariam

A tale of two cities (and guess which one is getting nothing): Belfast Media

Anderson calls for all Ireland economy: Derry Journal

U.S. envoy seeks American companies to hire Northern Ireland interns (Apr 22): Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Patrick Cooper

'England' is the unheard word in this election campaign: Guardian.co.uk
Paul Kingsnorth

Do we want an English Parliament?: Telegraph.co.uk
Daniel Hannan

Friday, April 23

United Ireland 'not on horizon': The News Letter

North-south cooperation is essential says Cowen: Belfast Telegraph
Symon Ross

Efforts to maintain peace vital – McAleese: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

How Northern Ireland Turned the Corner: Wall Street Journal
Paula J. Dobriansky

Northern Ireland leaders debate: BBC
Stephen Walker

Adams and Robinson face toughest questions in first televised debate: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Robinson hits back in live television debate: The News Letter

Northern Ireland election debate – Key questions answered: Belfast Telegraph

Ritchie rejects latest Sinn Fein move as 'election stunt': Fermanagh Herald

SDLP's best campaign: Impartial Reporter

Seat to remain unionist as TUV move avoids split in vote: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Poster row spells acrimonious campaign in East Londonderry: Londonderry Sentinel

An independent woman (Apr 21): The Times

Election by-pass leaves us stuck up an Ulster boreen: Belfast Telegraph
Maurice Neill

Is the DUP about to fall?: TribuneMagazine.co.uk
John Coulter

Disunity is very costly for unionism: The News Letter
Editorial

Dissident threat level increases: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Car bomb at Armagh police station: Daily Telegraph
Nick Collins

Firefighters hailed as bomb heroes: The News Letter

Three injured in Armagh bomb attack: Belfast Telegraph

Pipe bomb attack at house in town: BBC

Neighbours condemn attack on Catholic policeman's car: Fermanagh Herald

Deadly copycat campaign right out of IRA's manual: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Being patriotic doesn't make you a fascist: Daily Telegraph
Billy Bragg

Boys receive 40,000 in Irish peace money: Londonderry Sentinel

City of Culture bid 'can bring about great healing' (Apr 17): Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

English accused 'promoted' after murder: UTV Internet

Identity parade – What do flags say about nations – and human nature?: The Independent
Michael McCarthy

Thursday, April 22

Tensions grow as SDLP unveils manifesto: UTV Internet

Ritchie in hung parliament pledge: BBC

McCann accuses DUP, SF of 'arrogance': Derry Journal

Lady Sylvia favourite to retain North Down seat: Belfast Telegraph

SF on safe ground as SDLP struggles: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

DUP candidate's offer of 'seat swap' is rejected: Belfast Telegraph

General Election 2010 – Northern Ireland candidates: BBC

It's rough out there: UTV Internet
Ken Reid

Democratic deficit of a different kind: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Corporation tax should be same as Republic's, says SDLP: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Stay-away Adams could miss chance of a lifetime: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Secretary's role will change dramatically: Irish Post
Fiona Audley

Why are we all running shy of the hard questions?: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Orange Order response will be crucial: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Police investigate Londonderry 'explosion': The News Letter

Three arrests in Strabane attack: BBC

Brutality breeds brutality: Derry Journal
Editorial

Gerry Adams's brother bailed as extradition trial adjourned: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Churches right to hit back over education: The News Letter
Editorial

Recession 'reinforces' value of all-island links: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Gardai and customs 'are knowingly breaking law'- says Irish Drivers Association (Apr 20): Derry Journal

Retail footfall in Republic up as shoppers shun trips across border: Irish Examiner
Niamh Hennessy

Who do the Irish want to be in government?: Irish Post
Robert Mulhern

Catholic Church criticises ban on candidates declaring: The Scotsman
David Maddox

Wednesday, April 21

Protestant church leaders hit out at 'misleading slurs': The News Letter

Sinn Féin pulls candidate from South Belfast seat in attempt to form pact with SDLP: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Maskey pulls out of race in South Belfast: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

The more things change here, the more they stay the same: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

The Orange and Green stitch-up: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

General Election 2010 – North Antrim: BBC
Noel Thompson

Taking the East Derry seat is 'doable' – O'hOisin: Derry Journal

Split unionist vote needed – Leonard: Derry Journal

Unity at heart of election: Newry Democrat
Brian Hyland

Wilson denies DUP tax row: UTV Internet

Seizing the opportunities of a hung parliament: The News Letter
Liam Clarke

Forty years after O'Neill, Ulster is once again at the crossroads: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Old division re-appears above Lough Erne mists: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

New image for our politicians would certainly receive my vote: Belfast Telegraph
Laurence White

How the three-horse race is playing outside England: Guardian.co.uk
Mick Fealty

North-South relations a key priority, says Cowen: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Ford to stand down as councillor: UTV Internet

Publication of proposals for new way to deal with contentious parades: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

New body for parades 'will result in mischief': Belfast Telegraph

Dissidents won't get a bye ball from loyalists forever: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

Army used in Creggan raid: Derry Journal

Dead republican's sister to address public meeting: The Cross Examiner

Explosion outside house in Derry: BBC

RAAD says it plans to 'execute' bomb target: Derry Journal

Man held over MI5 base bomb freed: BBC

SF support for Quinns: Newry Democrat
Joanne Ross

Adams' brother set to fight extradition: UTV Internet

Garda denies 'doing' man for being in IRA: The Irish Times

Hostility to VRT clampdown rising rapidly: Derry Journal

A poor report for the Republic: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Call to abolish compulsory religious course for trainees: The Irish Times
Pamela Duncan

Religion still counts in Scotland: Guardian.co.uk
Ian Jack

Tuesday, April 20

DUP targets 10 seats and leverage in a hung parliament: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Robinson upbeat at DUP manifesto launch: The News Letter
Sam McBride

DUP manifesto – Plenty of policy ideas, but little on what they will cost: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Constituency Profile – North Antrim: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Floating voters to play their part in area of strength for Sinn Féin: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Can South Belfast be a new bastion of united unionism?: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Montgomery

Northern Ireland TV debate clashes with big three's rematch: Belfast Telegraph

Woodward only here 6.5 days a month: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Dublin's difficulty is unionists' opportunity: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

North's old rule of never mixing business and politics goes out the window: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Greysteel killer Torrens Knight in tears as he appeals assault conviction: Belfast Telegraph

Writer welcomes US college's condemnation of alleged IRA threat: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Baggott on patrol in Crossmaglen: BBC

Man injured in paramilitary style attack: RTE

Family escape pipe bomb explosion in Londonderry: The News Letter
Michael McGlade

Guns 'were for dissidents' police claim in court: BBC

Belfast's murals – Off the wall? (Apr 12): Belfast Telegraph
Kerry McKittrick

MLAs seek St Patrick's Day holiday: Belfast Telegraph

England branded least patriotic nation in Europe as citizens are too scared to fly the flag: Daily Mail
Steve Doughty

Monday, April 19

Dissident stirrings sharpen Ford's focus as minister: Sunday Business Post
John Burke

General Election campaign trail – Justice Minister's two worlds collide: Belfast Telegraph
Steven McCaffery

Frazer rules himself out as 'unity' candidate: The News Letter

TUV tactical vote call sparks fury: Belfast Telegraph

Scandals could hit DUP, but sectarian headcount to see many favourites home: Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Durkan hoping to hold off any Sinn Féin surge: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Fermanagh and South Tyrone – key marginal that switches between orange and green: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Junior no racing certainty in a clash of unionist ideologies: Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Parties continue battle over posters: The News Letter
Sam McBride

DUP election models are Mormons from the US: Belfast Telegraph

Election fever in Britain highlights total apathy of Northern parties : Irish Independent
Maurice Hayes

SDLP leader Ritchie rules out merger with Fianna Fáil: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Sinn Fein – Unionists are failing most needy: Belfast Telegraph

Community takes to streets in protest over pipe bomb attack: Belfast Telegraph

Derry family targeted in pipe bomb attack: UTV Internet

Police use CS spray to control trouble in Ballycastle: BBC

Attacks won't solve drug problem – McCann: Derry Journal

Questions that remain for PMS savers (Apr 17): The News Letter
Nick Garbutt

McAleese predicts 'long road' to redemption: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

New calls for rethink on arming gardai after pub brawl (Apr 6): Irish Independent
Allison Bray and Linda McGrory

Gilmore – redraw the constitution for 2016: Sunday Tribune
Conor McMorrow

Charmed, David, but let Scotland go free (Apr 11): The Sunday Times
Joan McAlpine

Sunday, April 18

DUP names block grant as price of its support: The Sunday Times
John Burns

Orangeman breaks ranks on 'unity' letter: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Sinn Fein threatened by split votes: The Sunday Times
Newton Emerson

Best bib and tuckers (Apr 15): UTV Internet
Ken Reid

How to win votes – be the lesser evil: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Can TV battles change the election outcome?: BBC
Jim Fitzpatrick

Risks if the UUP decide to go it alone (Apr 16): The News Letter
Sam McBride

SDLP leader rejects Fianna Fail merger: UTV Internet

Relocate jobs (Apr 13): Derry Journal
Editorial

Man held over MI5 bombing: The News Letter

MI5 bomb marks terror innovation: The Sunday Times
John Mooney

DUP couple step down from council: The News Letter

Dodds couple leaves city council: BBC

IRA guns turn up five years after decommissioning: Sunday Independent
Alan Murray

PSNI pension decision 'unlawful' (Apr 16): UTV Internet

Retired garda sues tribunal: The Sunday Times
John Mooney

Gospel according to Matthew: Sunday Independent
Shane Ross

Does electricity interconnector make sense? (Apr 14): The News Letter
N R Greer

Inside story of Long Kesh revels in the humans and the humour: The Sunday Times
Anna Burnside

£225m for PMS 'not a handout' (Apr 16): The News Letter

New approaches are vital if Irish Catholicism is to have a future (Apr 13): The Irish Times
John Littleton and Eamon Maher

Ireland's Blasphemy Law – Worse Than Blasphemy? (Apr 12): Time
John O'Mahony

Scotland and England at breaking point?: The Sunday Times
Jason Allardyce

Saturday, April 17

Wrangle over Cameron's Ulster intervention: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

No place for Cameron's idealism under dreary steeples: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Now we wait for the Northern Ireland debate: Channel4.com
Carl Dineen

'We can win it' – Adams: Derry Journal

I'm so proud to be the poster girl for TUV, says Claire: Belfast Telegraph
Anne Madden

Confusion at the 'poles' for Willie!: Derry Journal

Billboards are driving them up the wall: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

General Election 2010 – East Londonderry: BBC
Noel Thompson

Constituency profile – Strangford: UTV Internet

Will UUP go into opposition?: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Northern Ireland police left at risk by 'intelligence gap': Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Gardai investigate former top Provo over MI5 bomb: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Joint action on dissident threat: Irish Examiner

MI5 bomb was a 'stunt' – Ford: UTV Internet

RIRA link to murder after drug warning (Apr 12): Belfast Telegraph

'Next knock could be your last': Derry Journal

Dissidents blamed for attack on car: The News Letter

IRA informer's wife in 'Stakeknife' legal bid: UTV Internet

'Trick or treat' killer appeals his sentence for attacking sisters: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Murder cop's claims alone would justify public inquiry: Belfast Media
Alana Fearon

Police still trying to bring back accused: Derby Telegraph

Prince in line for Ulster mission: The News Letter

Kelly greets AIF pledge (Apr 7): Irish Echo

Glenn Beck attacks U.S.govt. funds for Irish peace process: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

City of Culture bid requires united political front in Londonderry: Belfast Telegraph
Sam Lister

Make a break for the border – Belfast to Dublin Maracycle returns (Apr 13): Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

We need co-operation not continued conflict (Apr 14): Belfast Telegraph
Martin McGuinness

Executive to consider £225m PMS lifeline (Apr 15): The News Letter

Bad bank NAMA set to absorb NI loans in May: BBC

Why the tricolour doesn't get a look-in: The Irish Times
Brian O'Connell

Friday, April 16

Tory alliance with UUP 'destabilising' peace process: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

SDLP and Sinn Fein proclaim rival visions for united Ireland: Belfast Telegraph

In Paisley heartland of North Antrim, election battle rages for unionism's soul: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Constituency profile – North Antrim: UTV Internet

No nationalist pact means it's for Dodds to lose: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Unionist tensions rise over leaflet: Belfast Telegraph

SF posters 'insult dead': Londonderry Sentinel
Eamon Sweeney

'Non-tribal' Long's week in politics: The Irish Times

Why we need to change and not just talk about it: Belfast Telegraph
Edna Longley

Plans for parades body outlined: BBC

Ulster Unionists strongly criticise plans to manage marches: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Allister Comments On P and J Transfer (Apr 13): Ballymena Times

A big step: Irish Echo
Editorial

Republican threat on Ford agenda: BBC

Grandmother tells of pipe bomb terror: The News Letter

Attack on Mary is an attack on us all: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Orange hall targeted for third time in six months: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Omagh investigation is 'the cover-up of the century' – Gallagher: Ulster Herald
Ronan McSherry

Extradition of murder suspect is step closer (Apr 15): Derby Telegraph

Bilingual signages quashed again: Ballymoney Times

Is it time to whitewash Northern Ireland's paramilitary murals? (Apr 12): Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Executive pledges £50m for PMS savers: UTV Internet

Bold bid to resolve the PMS saga: The News Letter
Editorial

No Pope here: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Seizing the Pope? What an arresting idea. Will it work? (Apr 15): The Times
Julian B. Knowles

The mob should lay off. The pope is completely innocent (Apr 15): The Guardian
Jack Valero

Frail, but not as frail as the church he leads: Belfast Telegraph
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