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Saturday, April 30

Assembly election – constituency profile [North Belfast]: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Constituency profile – Lagan Valley (Apr 28): Belfast Telegraph

Making an independent choice: The Irish Times
Fionola Meredith

Moving from politics of the past into a brighter future: Belfast Telegraph
Steven Agnew

Tough questions: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Mystery over bomb bid on Maghera van: Belfast Telegraph
Connla Young

Alert in Londonderry declared a hoax: UTV Internet

Manholes sealed in security blitz (Apr 28): Evening Herald

Why the dissident danger is growing: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Threat of violence remains but the IRA's war is over: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

How gardai will counter new RIRA threat in advance of queen's visit (Apr 28): Evening Herald
PJ Browne

Northern Ireland – so near yet so far: The Guardian
Editorial

Govt. won't reveal Carlile report: Derry Journal

Parades body 'acting like Taliban police': The News Letter

Droppin' Well bomb victim speaks out: Derry Journal

Belfast homecoming parade still in play: The News Letter

British shipping tax subsidies for Irish lighthouses to end: Guardian.co.uk
Owen Bowcott

Hardline unionist who took on civil rights movement: The Irish Times

'Use the stick' Bill Craig dies: Derry Journal

Political giant who died a recluse (Apr 27): The News Letter
Sam McBride

Spirit of Easter 1916 refuses to go away (Apr 25): Belfast Media
Editorial

Royal Wedding – Carrickfergus celebrates its new connection to future King: Belfast Telegraph
Sarah Rainey

Hush over Belfast as people abandon sunshine for glorious royal event: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

An occasion we can all celebrate: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Ignore the republicans and snobs. It is BECAUSE Kate has humble roots that she can give new life to the monarchy: Daily Mail
A. N. Wilson

The royal wedding showed that Britain is revolution-proof: Daily Telegraph
Harry Mount

Integrated church and state still makes sense (Apr 29): The Scotsman
Michael Fry

Royal wedding – A peculiarly British day: The Guardian
Editorial

Important message on the Union: The Scotsman
Editorial

Labour warns over move for independence (Apr 27): Glasgow Evening Times
Stewart Paterson

Republic in move for Northern Ireland's Shane Ferguson: Belfast Telegraph

Lennon – 'People should be talking about what's raining down on me not me cupping my ears': The Herald
Michael Grant

Sectarianism must not be allowed to reinvent itself: Irish Post
Editorial

Friday, April 29

Elliott ignores legal threat from DUP: The News Letter

We must finish struggle republicans died for – MP: Impartial Reporter
Julie Kenwell

Workers' Party says sectarianism must be tackled: BBC

So, how healthy are the party pledges?: Belfast Telegraph
Lisa Smyth

Constituency profile – South Antrim: Belfast Telegraph

Constituency profile – South Down: BBC
Mark Devenport

Sinn Fein's Gerry Kelly bares his teeth to BBC's Martina Purdy: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam and Sarah Rainey

The minnows who are out to make a major splash come polling day: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Elections in Northern Ireland – Guns and roses: The Economist

We need a fair alternative to a failed election system: Belfast Telegraph
Quintin Oliver

'Dissidents will never be the IRA': Belfast Media
Kieran Hughes

Campbell calls McGuinness 'contradictory' after speech: Londonderry Sentinel

Terror suspect held in Belfast: Belfast Telegraph

3,000 officers to stand guard in big crackdown: Evening Herald
Tim McKenzie

Priest optimistic dissidents will talk: Belfast Telegraph

A beginner's guide to the IRA . . .: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

West Belfast prepares for Royal wedding: UTV Internet

Royal party plan for west Belfast may have led to bomb alert: Belfast Telegraph

Lisburn ready to party to celebrate the Royal wedding: Ulster Star

North and South to tune in to extensive coverage: The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy & Dan Keenan

Nothing like a right royal spectacle to reel us in: The Irish Times
Maev Kennedy

Royal wedding – Celebrity culture wins: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Orangeman says parade hymn ruling 'vindictive': Belfast Telegraph
Connla Young

RIR homecoming parade will happen: Impartial Reporter

No RIR parade a 'white flag' to terrorists, MoD is told: Belfast Telegraph
Sam Lister

Thanks, but no thanks: Belfast Media
Kieran Hughes

Kerr family give 'heartfelt thanks': UTV Internet

Attack was sectarian – victim: Coleraine Times

Family member of Shankill bomb victims attacked: BBC

Police continue hunt for parcel bomber: UTV Internet

Facebook criticised over Neil: Belfast Media
Paul Ainsworth

Rangers in warning to fans as club hit by ban: The Herald
Martin Williams & Alison Campsie

Old Firm forced to face up to fans' misbehaviour: The Scotsman
Editorial

Thursday, April 28

Peter Robinson calls lawyers over 'the lie from Hell': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Political war of words heats up: UTV Internet

UUP leader rediscovers Peter Robinson's short fuse ... and sets light to it: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Anger at Sinn Fein Enniskillen Cenotaph election poster: BBC

Constituency profile – South Belfast: Belfast Telegraph

Assembly Election – Constituency Profile [Mid-Ulster]: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Working-class unionists have a right to be heard: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Ervine

Irish America vital then, essential now: Irish Echo
Gerry Adams

Sleepwalking in a political limbo: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

2,000 on guest list for ceremony to mark royal visit: Irish Examiner
Ed Carty

Apathy towards Queen visit: Irish Post
Joe Horgan

Queen's visit highlights Britain's closeness to Ireland: The Irish Times
Joe Lynam

Fury over council failure to air Royal Wedding: The News Letter

A giant leap: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Special forces team tracked Republican terror cell in London: Daily Telegraph
Duncan Gardham

David Cameron – Ronan Kerr's killers will not derail the peace: Belfast Telegraph
Sam Lister

Dissident republicans reject priest's offer of talks: The Irish Times
George Jackson

Anger at policing of Real IRA rally: The News Letter

Bomb police 'put Roads staff at risk by request for cordon': (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Suzanne Breen

Suspect devices in Belfast alert were hoaxes: BBC

Sinn Fein's ambiguity fuels dissidents' cause: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Derry alert 'was PSNI trap': UTV Internet

Can the dissidents be brought in from the cold?: BBC
Mark Devenport

Enemies of the people: The Irish Times
Editorial

Controlled explosions carrried out at monastery: Belfast Telegraph

Spate of attacks on west Belfast homes: UTV Internet

No decision as yet on RIR parade in Belfast – PM: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Man bailed over sectarian attack: UTV Internet

Orange Order hymn tune restrictions: UTV Internet

'We can't let them win' says latest letter-bomb target: The Herald
David Leask

Neil Lennon bomb police say new device 'aimed to harm': BBC

Fifth Celtic letter bomb was sent in March, say police: Guardian.co.uk
Severin Carrell

Latest parcel bomb 'posted in Scotland': The Scotsman
Craig Brown

Disbelief as bomb sits in police base for two weeks: Belfast Telegraph
Connla Young

Fans condoning Lennon bomb shows Scottish football is in a sorry state: Irish Post

Rangers braced for Uefa verdict on sectarian chanting charges: The Scotsman
Stephen Halliday

Treasury cannot calculate North's corporation tax take: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

William Craig: Daily Telegraph

Trimble claims coalition 'would have saved lives': The News Letter
Sam McBride

Wednesday, April 27

Gardai fear queen sniper: Evening Herald
Cormac Byrne

Armed undercover checkpoints on Border: Donegal Democrat

Gardai on Royal protection duty visit my home twice in 10 days: Evening Herald
Jane Last

Dissidents may target city to 'disrupt wedding': Derry Journal

Dissident groups have no mandate for violent campaign, says Tánaiste: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

McGuinness 'should have been executed' for treason: Derry Journal

Police investigate Real IRA rally at Derry cemetery: BBC

Police defend 'low-key response': The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Priest offers to meet RIRA over new threat to murder police: Evening Herald
Cormac Murphy

Derry priest offers to talk to Real IRA after threats: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan and George Jackson

Real IRA – Will NI dissident threat ever go away?: BBC
Mark Simpson

The IRA is a tradition, not an army. It hasn't gone away: Guardian.co.uk
Glenn Patterson

NI Policing Board says PSNI will continue to operate as normal despite RIRA threats: TheJournal.ie

PSNI need more protection(Apr 17): TheDetail.tv
Jonty Brown

One-sided sniping livens up campaign: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

'Return largest SF poll' – call: Derry Journal

UKIP will 'hold Stormont to account': UTV Internet

Northern Ireland voters left poll-axed by survey result: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam and Brendan McDaid

SDLP defends election strategy despite confusion: Derry Journal

Assembly election constituency profile [East Belfast]: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Constituency profile – Strangford: Belfast Telegraph

State of Play: BBC
Mark Devenport

SF chief 'unfit to oversee victims' after IRA claims: The News Letter

Helping families lift the lid on unsolved murders: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

Petrol bomb attack 'was sectarian': The News Letter

Date set for 'garda collusion' public hearings (Apr 21): The News Letter

MoD offer compromise on parade: The News Letter

Half primary schools may lose Catholic patronage, says Quinn (Apr 20): The Irish Times
Seán Flynn

Play fair with sports stars, let them fly their own flag: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Donnelly

Fifth suspect package found in bomb campaign against Celtic: The Guardian
Severin Carrell and Henry McDonald

Two in court in Old Firm web probe: The Scotsman
Karl Mansfield and Cordelia O'Neil

Old Firm fans must learn to police themselves: The Scotsman
Editorial

A very thin-skinned fan: Irish Independent
Ian O'Doherty

Royal wedding – not coming to a big screen near you...: Belfast Telegraph

Royal wedding – The triumph of monarchy: Guardian.co.uk
Jonathan Jones

Politicians, not republicans, are a threat to the monarchy: Daily Telegraph
Simon Heffer

Time to get real on what we mean by independence (Apr 23): The Scotsman
Gerry Hassan

Tuesday, April 26

'Media war' as RIRA threatens to kill nationalists: Irish Independent
Suzanne Breen, Brendan Farrelly and Tom Brady

Real IRA threatens more 'executions' of police and 'disruption' to Queen's visit: Belfast Telegraph
Rob Hastings

Real IRA's chilling warning to Queen ahead of state visit to Ireland: Daily Mail
Louise Eccles

Killing threat as RIRA hits back in drug rackets: Evening Herald
Cormac Byrne

Arms haul accused on way to bury the weapons, court hears: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

PC Ronan Kerr murder detectives granted six more days to question 'IRA dissidents': Daily Mail

Fury at McGuinness's 'glorification' of IRA: The News Letter

Assembly Election – Constituency Profile [East Antrim]: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Elliott rules out Robinson apology: The News Letter

Apathy could hide the start of change (Apr 24): (from the Sunday Times)
Liam Clarke

There's no unity among unionists: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Police admit airport bomb error: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Police investigate sectarian attack: UTV Internet

MOD accused of cowardice over parade refusal: The News Letter

Alex Salmond calls for clarification on Act of Settlement: Daily Telegraph
Peter Hutchison

Third of firms to work wedding day: Belfast Telegraph

Dan Rooney to stay as Irish ambassador: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
James O'Toole

Delay on corporation tax change not the answer: Belfast Telegraph
John Simpson

Politicians' firm grasp of problems not matched by supply of solutions: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Equal opportunities for cross-border relations (Apr 22): The Scotsman
Michael Fry

The troubles seen from the Bronx: Evening Herald
Aoife Finneran

Breath of fresh airs from Rangers fans: The Herald
Richard Wilson

Neil Lennon gesture to Rangers fans was a reponse to 'horrendous abuse': Daily Telegraph
Ewing Grahame

Bigotry is a poison we have to tackle: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Our loyalty to the royals (Apr 22): Guardian.co.uk
Joe Moran

Monday, April 25

Irish terror attack 'likely' on day of royal wedding: Daily Mirror
Laurie Hanna

You are stupid and selfish, Martin McGuinness tells the dissidents: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Police find third weapons haul in crackdown on dissident violence: The Independent
David McKittrick

Three face charges after arms and ammunition found in Armagh: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Antrim device declared an 'elaborate hoax': BBC

Easter Rising event hears plea to reject terrorism: Irish Examiner
Caroline O'Doherty

Good people will always be targets for 'lost soul' killers (Apr 7): Belfast Telegraph
Sharon Owens

Naming suspects – Trial by media or the right to a free press?(Apr 17): TheDetail.tv
Barry McCaffrey

Constituency profile – West Belfast: Belfast Telegraph

Funeral mass-goers shouldn't be demonised (Apr 20): The News Letter
N R Greer

PSNI in Belfast release loyalist terror suspect: BBC

Man released in loyalist terror probe: UTV Internet

Anti-queen slogan burnt into ground at finish post: Irish Independent
Louise Hogan

Peter Robinson slams RIR ruling: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Army flag proposal for Belfast City Hall: Belfast Telegraph

New York business tsar Rob lauds vital links with Belfast (Apr 18): Belfast Media

Act of Settlement needs to be revisited: Irish Post
Editorial

Praise for fans after Old Firm game passes without drama: The Herald
Helen McArdle and Deborah Anderson

Celtic boss remains target of sectarian rhetoric: Toronto Star
Cathal Kelly

Neil Lennon gesture sparks police inquiry: The Scotsman
Claire Gardner

Neil Lennon can't resist gesture, but it's no laughing matter: The Irish Times
Alan Pattullo

Celtic parcel bomb police seek couple: BBC

Now is the time to strike meaningful blow against sectarianism (Apr 22): The Herald
Michael Grant

Scottish sectarianism? Let's lay this myth to rest: Guardian.co.uk
Steve Bruce

Parents to play major role in deciding fate of primary schools (Apr 20): Irish Independent
Katherine Donnelly

Decision to change schools into Catholic institutions was flawed (Apr 23): The Irish Times
Garret Fitzgerald

Yes, Mr Clegg, royal succession rules are sexist. But meddling with them will be a gift to republicans (Apr 20): Daily Mail
Robert Hardman

Sunday, April 24

New Irish terror groups are threat to UK, warn police: Guardian.co.uk
Mark Townsend and Henry McDonald

Security tight amid commemorations: Sunday Express

'Bomb-making equipment' seized in Keady: UTV Internet

Man charged in Constable Ronan Kerr murder inquiry: BBC

Footprint at arms dump led to charges against suspect in PC Ronan Kerr murder: Daily Mail

'I didn't kill Ronan Kerr' says freed murder suspect(Apr 17): TheDetail.tv
Barry McCaffrey

Bomb squad called to Derry alert: UTV Internet

Death does not have the last word: Christian Today
Ken Good

For Ireland's hardcore dissidents, 'the Queen is a legitimate target': Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald and Mark Townsend

We are still paying a high price for a divided society (Apr 22): Belfast Telegraph
Dominic Bryan

DUP anger over 'critical error' in postal ballots: The News Letter

UKIP vows to end the 'cosiness' at Stormont: The News Letter

'Chuckle Brothers' poster on NI tour (Apr 22): The News Letter

Smaller parties more honest on big economic issue (Apr 22): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

'We are still living with Gary's death today' (Apr 21): Derry Journal

RIR 'too busy' for Belfast parade: UTV Internet

Peter Robinson seeks meeting over RIR parade decision: BBC

Slashing tax could be cheaper than £300m: The News Letter
Graham Gudgin

Cutting corporation tax is crucial to shaping economy (Apr 21): Belfast Telegraph
Owen Paterson

SF member would vote for unionist candidate (Apr 21): The News Letter

Act of Settlement is blatantly anti-Catholic: Irish Post

Bomb found beside historic monument (Apr 22): Irish Independent
Elaine Keogh and Brendan Farrelly

The leaders of the Easter Rising of 1916 would hate to see what has happened to their country: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

Mail Bombs Are Prelude to a Soccer Showdown: New York Times
John F. Burns and Ravi Somaiya

Rangers v Celtic – online sectarian bigots targeted by police on eve of Old Firm clash: Sunday Telegraph
Roddy Forsyth

Saints starlet suspended over "sectarian" comments: Paisley Daily Express
Jeff Holmes

Neil Lennon's home town shocked and disgusted by events: Belfast Telegraph
Connla Young and Sarah Rainey

Seeds Of Old Firm Tension Sown Centuries Ago: Sky News
James Matthews

Blight of corrosive sectarianism won't go away on its own: Scotland on Sunday
Duncan Hamilton

No top manager would touch Celtic job if Neil Lennon is driven out by death threats, says Parkhead legend Mark McGhee (Apr 22): Scottish Daily Record
Hugh Keevins

Football needs to show united front: The Scotsman
Henry McLeish

Sectarian shame of a national game (Apr 21): The Independent
Editorial

Why we must never let the bigots win (Apr 21): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

No major incidents during controversial parade (Apr 20): Stirling Observer
Johnathon Menzies

Unionism fades, with explosive effect (Apr 22): The Scotsman
Joyce McMillan

Saturday, April 23

Former Provos claim Kerr murder and vow more attacks: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Peter Robinson condemns Ronan Kerr murder claim: BBC

Man in court in connection with Kerr murder: UTV Internet

Dissident fear heightened amin 'significant arrests: The News Letter

Peter Robinson rules out dissident talks as the party heavyweights point-score through TV debate: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Dissidents intent on murdering more police officers, PSNI warns: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

How did Ronan Kerr's killers get access to Provo weapons, ask unionists: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Residents face bomb alert uncertainty: UTV Internet

Another gang of malcontents... another split for republicanism: (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

Terrorists have no mandate for violence: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Stormont's front runners – the poll from a bookie's viewpoint: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

UUP deputy leader depends on return of 'lent votes' to survive: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Constituency profile – West Tyrone: Belfast Telegraph

Unionist spat injects vigour into dull contest: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Adams' language barrier turns Dáil words into stand-up: Irish Examiner
Paul O'Brien

Second review in Ombudsman row: Belfast Telegraph
Catherine Lynagh

Man held over loyalist activity: IrishTimes.com

C of I primate in Easter peace message: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

No RIR parade in Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Minister forced into exile by loyalist death threats returns home: Belfast Telegraph
Anne Madden

Cork council plans €250,000 market facelift for royal visit: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Why the Queen will be among friends: The Independent
John Walsh

Royal honeymoon may be in Kinsale: Irish Independent
Ralph Riegel

Hate campaign may force me out – Lennon admits he might consider Celtic future: Daily Mail
John Greechan

Rangers v Celtic – Neil Lennon refuses to be 'deterred' by threats ahead of Old Firm derby: Daily Telegraph
Roddy Forsyth

Old Firm clash – Bid to stop 'perfect storm' of violence: BBC

Old Firm 'specials' need to become old news: The Irish Times
Michael Walker

Ulster Celtic and Rangers fans play down fears of violence: Belfast Telegraph
Connla Young

Zero tolerance to the 'evil' of sectarianism: The Scotsman
Martyn McLaughlin and Scott Macnab

Parcel bombs show Old Firm's ugly side: Financial Times
Andrew Bolger

The explosive truth of Old Firm madness: The Irish Times
Keith Duggan

Our neighbours show hatred's alive and well: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Internet must be accountable for sectarian hatred: The Scotsman
Editorial

We all must focus on beating bigots (Apr 21): The Herald
Editorial

Catholic defectors will leave Anglicans breathing sigh of relief – bishop (Apr 21): Guardian.co.uk
Riazat Butt

Friday, April 22

Robinson and McGuinness eclipse SDLP and UUP rivals in TV debate: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

DUP hits back at UUP's 'SF propaganda': The News Letter

PUP still trying to emerge from shadow of gunman: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh and Steven McCaffery

Little change expected as six outgoing MLAs seek re-election {Newry & Armagh}: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Constituency profile – North Antrim: Belfast Telegraph

Peter Robinson rules out dissident talks as the party heavyweights point-score through TV debate: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Make parties more equal, say UUP: The News Letter

SDLP calls for a move to 'joint first ministers': The News Letter

Lively debate: UTV Internet
Ken Reid

DUP still happy to play the 'us and them' card: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Northern Ireland urged to say yes to Alternative Vote: Belfast Telegraph

AV referendum – first-past-the-post is choice of dinosaurs, says Nick Clegg: The Guardian
Patrick Wintour

After 13 years, Catholic faith in the Good Friday Agreement wears thin: The Independent
Catherine Wylie

Memo to Matt Baggott – we need more police, not leaflets: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Republicans will kill again warns local group: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Security alert underway in Sion Mills: BBC

'I live in a three-bedroom house in the Bogside but some of these dissidents live in mansions': Belfast Media
Gráinne McWilliams

Man charged after arrest in connection with police officer killing: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Trip wire would have set off Annadale Embankment bomb: BBC

PSNI appeals to youths in vicinity of booby trap: The Irish Times

Photo released in Newry bomb probe: UTV Internet

Priest condemns Londonderry pipe bomb attack: BBC

Dissident clowns will only fuel contempt towards us: Irish Independent
Ian O'Doherty

Dissidents must be given no quarter: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Public's united front for peace (Apr 14): Impartial Reporter
Editorial

Separate threats to queen and Obama are identified: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Will our old divisions upset the party for Royalists?: Belfast Telegraph
Patrice Dougan

Tubridy 'honoured' to act as royal tour guide: Irish Independent
Ken Sweeney

Royal wedding – Ceremonial duties a 'family affair' for Irish Guards: Daily Mirror

RTE's Will and Kate coverage is out of tune with viewers: Irish Independent
David Quinn

'Two more letter bombs in the post' after Celtic manager Neil Lennon sent viable explosives: Daily Mail

Parcel sent to Celtic director was not a bomb: The Scotsman

'No threat to Celtic fans' police tell supporters: The Independent
Jonathan Brown

Celtic letter bombs – David Cameron condemns 'appalling' sectarianism: Guardian.co.uk
Severin Carrell and Henry McDonald

Terror bomb plotters don't scare me, says Celtic lawyer: Aberdeen Press and Journal
Morag Lindsay

Cardinal is 'going on as normal' after bullet in the post: The Scotsman
Nick Eardley

Why does England not have sectarianism like Scotland and Northern Ireland? It's the demography, stupid: Telegraph.co.uk
Ed West

PUP calls for 'Orange quarter': UTV Internet

Man accused of knifing loyalist disrupts hearing: Belfast Telegraph

Thursday, April 21

SAS team tracked 'Irish terror cell plotting London 2012 bomb attack': London Evening Standard
Tom Harper

The Royal Wedding is a sitting target for terrorists: Telegraph.co.uk
Con Coughlin

Court denies dissident weapons accused bail: Belfast Telegraph

Scotstown, Monaghan search over Ronan Kerr murder: BBC

SDLP criticises 'sham' focus on First Minister post: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Northern Ireland polls – how much hinges on choice of first minister?: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Adams 'right over DUP/SF Siamese twins': The News Letter

Assembly election – Gareth Gordon on Sinn Fein and SDLP: BBC
Gareth Gordon

SDLP – A party still troubled by the Budget: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Constituency profile – East Derry: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Constituency profile – Fermanagh and South Tyrone: Belfast Telegraph

Assembly success stands in stark contrast to dissident delusion: The Irish Times
David Adams

'Murder won't stop Catholic officers': The News Letter

Blast bomb thrown at police patrol in Craigavon: BBC

Details of Ombudsman review revealed: UTV Internet

Leading loyalist stabbed in store: The News Letter

Man charged after UVF chief stabbed: Belfast Telegraph

Queen 'should pay for Irish B&B': The Scotsman
Colm Kelpie

Royal itinerary revealed but last-minute changes likely: Irish Independent
Edel Kennedy

Meet the Irish who might mess up Queen Elizabeth II's visit (Apr 19): Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Dara Kelly

Bomb disposal teams and Navy on standby for visits: Irish Independent
Eimear Ni Bhraonain and Don Lavery

Kenny for early May New York visit: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Bullet Sent To Scottish Catholic Leader: Sky News
James Matthews

Prominent Celtic fans warned after letter bombs sent to manager Neil Lennon: Daily Telegraph
Auslan Cramb

Salmond hits out at parcel bombers: Financial Times
Alex Barker

NI leaders hit out at Lennon threats: UTV Internet

Bomber is Scotland's most dangerous man: The Herald
David Leask and Gerry Braiden

Ahead of Sunday's vital Old Firm clash, Ally McCoist says – 'Arrest all the bigots': Scottish Daily Record

Letter bomb warning to high-profile Celtic fans: The Scotsman
Scott Macnab and Martyn McLaughlin

'In some ways I'm not surprised' ... where the bomb was posted: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Club sacks teenage star for anti-Lennon Twitter rant: The Scotsman
Alan Carson

After Celtic boss is targeted with a letter bomb, the Facebook picture that shows the hatred in football: Daily Mail

UDA chief Jackie McDonald – Lennon bomb is disgraceful: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Anger as sorting staff not warned of investigations: The Scotsman

Police will trace all the ingredients, envelope and forensic evidence: The Herald
David Leask, Alison Campsie, Gerry Braden and Chris Watt

Mjallby – Lennon was moved to tears by supporters' reaction: The Herald
Graeme Macpherson

Platini shows support for Lennon in 'the fight against sectarianism': The Independent
Jack Pitt-Brooke

You can't take the politics out of football without killing it: Guardian.co.uk
David Goldblatt

Neil Lennon – a long-term victim of sectarian abuse: Daily Telegraph
Laura Roberts

Playing politics is not the way to tackle sectarianism: The Scotsman
Michael Kelly

Wednesday, April 20

UUP opposed to SF first minister – Elliott: The News Letter

Race for First Minister of interest, but not key: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid and Noel McAdam

SF's John O'Dowd – unity referendum 'trumps agreement': BBC
David Gordon

Alliance confident of adding to Assembly total: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Constituency profile – Foyle: Belfast Telegraph

Shankill 'backing' anti-cutbacks party: The News Letter

Northern Ireland police targeted with booby-trap bomb: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Booby-trap device had potential to cause carnage: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'hara

Ronan Kerr murder – two men released without charge: BBC

RAAD admit Carnhill shooting: Derry Journal

Northern Irish Tax Cut Would Help Beat Terrorism, Paterson Says: Bloomberg.com
Colm Heatley

We cannot afford to miss this moment of opportunity: Belfast Telegraph
George Quigley

Storm clouds gather, now let's take shelter: Belfast Media
Editorial

Sense of Britishness is more complicated than box ticking (Mar 30): Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

The President's men (Apr 16): (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Jim Dee

Phoenix Park gets royal makeover before queen's visit: Evening Herald
Brian Dervan and Cormac Murphy

Cardinal to attend royal wedding after 'unprecedented' invitation: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

PM – allow Catholics to ascend the throne: The Scotsman
Emily Ashton

Parliament should determine the royal succession: Daily Telegraph
Daniel Hannan

FF celebratory plans for the Easter Rising a load of claptrap: Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

Anger over refusal to erect Carson plaque (Apr 18): The News Letter

Celtic manager Neil Lennon one of three targeted with 'viable' explosive devices: Daily Telegraph
Roddy Forsyth

Police in hunt for Celtic bomb fiend: The Herald
Carolyn Churchill

Previous targeting of Celtic manager Neil Lennon: The Scotsman

Former IRA Member Can't See Rationale Behind Minsk Bombing: Radio Free Europe

Tuesday, April 19

Robinson and Adams cross swords over significance of the top job: Belfast Telegraph

SF says issue around post of First Minister 'a distraction': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Time to discuss real issues, says Alliance: The News Letter

'Alliance can have a MLA in North': Belfast Media
Kieran Hughes

Three UCUNF candidates back Alliance: The News Letter

DUP manifesto dominated by tax, jobs and economy: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Irish unity 'big issue' in SF manifesto: UTV Internet

Constituency profile – Strangford: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Constituency profile – Newry & Armagh: Belfast Telegraph

Voters struggle to judge our stop-start Executive: (from the Daily Mirror)
Mick Fealty

"Brick bandits" and mini manifestoes: BBC
Mark Devenport

Manifesto Monday: UTV Internet
Ken Reid

Remember who is most vulnerable: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Alternative Vote doesn't have the X Factor: The News Letter
Owen Polley

Kenny told to stop meddling on 50:50: The News Letter

Baggott gives a hostage to fortune: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

IRA Splinter Groups – More Attacks, Better Bombs: ABCNews.com
Richard Esposito

Man 'reactivated guns for Real IRA': Belfast Telegraph

City given all clear following bomb alert: The News Letter

South Belfast security alert underway: BBC

Newry arms find accused out for wedding: UTV Internet

Increased security at Londonderry courthouse: BBC

'Knowing a drug dealer got me shot': Belfast Media
Kieran Hughes

Ireland prime minister Enda Kenny makes first Downing Street visit: Guardian.co.uk
Hélène Mulholland and Henry McDonald

Taoiseach says vast majority will warmly welcome Queen: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Kenny warns Cameron of protests during Queen visit: Irish Independent
Michael Brennan and Áine Kerr

Royal wedding to be aired on big screen as part of festival: Irish Examiner
Kathryn Hayes

It's time for Royalty to show a fairer face: The Herald
Editorial

Mass-goers 'guilty of idolatrous act': The News Letter

Why grieving victims must have our long-term support: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McAllister

Family makes appeal for missing Brendan on his 33rd anniversary: Belfast Media
Ciara Quinn

UVF's 'celebration' plans are an insult: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Price of PEACE III victims' project 'extravagant' claim: Mid Ulster Mail

Public anger may lead to ethical revolution in politics (Apr 16): The Irish Times
Garret Fitzgerald

Bigotry 'not unique to the Old Firm' (Apr 5): The Scotsman
Brian Ferguson

Monday, April 18

Anger mounts over issue of Sinn Fein's Martin McGuinness in top job: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Assembly Election – Constituency Profile (North Antrim): The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Constituency profile – Mid Ulster: Belfast Telegraph

More women 'are needed in politics': Belfast Telegraph

Off air: BBC
Mark Devenport

Margaret Ritchie's 25-year economic blueprint: Belfast Telegraph

Voters in North should come out in force against the bombers: Irish Independent
Maurice Hayes

DUP 'likely to remain as top dog for another term': Belfast Telegraph
Nicholas Whyte

Baggage of past is holding us back: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Renewed Irish violence – Blair's two big mistakes: TheFirstPost.co.uk
Crispin Black

PSNI promises to give public a better service: BBC

PSNI unit costs £40,000 a week in overtime bills: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Ford to name head of inquiry into ombudsman allegations: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy & Dan Keenan

Long-service RUC man denied medal: The News Letter

'Victims forgotten' – Widow's Mite group: The News Letter

'Police ignored my evidence' says Loughinisland eyewitness (Mar 28): TheDetail.tv
Barry McCaffrey

Loyalist terror group plans march through Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Apology from Queen 'ill-advised' – Allister: The News Letter

The Queen, Obama and protocol: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Kenny to discuss North and fiscal crisis with Cameron: The Irish Times
Harry McGee, Mark Hennessy & Mary Minihan

British leader may get 1916 centenary invite: Irish Examiner
Mary Regan

Schools must not segregate by choice of faith: The Irish Times
Dympna Devine

Losing our religion – The Church of England in decline: The Independent
Adrian Hamilton

Royal succession rules unlikely to change soon – PM: Guardian.co.uk
# Andrew Sparrow and Matthew Taylor

400-strong parade sparks community fears (Apr 15): Stirling Observer
Johnathon Menzies

Sunday, April 17

UUP focuses on issues (Apr 15): The News Letter
Sam McBride

Survey shows true colours of Ulster's divided society: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Donnelly

TUV snub denied (Apr 14): The News Letter

Why national identity must no longer dominate politics (Apr 15): Belfast Telegraph
Robin Wilson

AV proposals should be binned (Apr 15): The News Letter
Ian Paisley

Real IRA rackets boss drops bouncer licence: Evening Herald
Cormac Byrne

Weapons found in Lurgan dissident republican search: BBC

Extremists plan protest at Queen's visit to Ireland: Sunday Mirror
Nick Owens

Playwright snubs silent tribute to slain officer: Sunday Independent
John Spain

A life less ordinary – Mickey Harte's presence at Ronan Kerr's funeral was a symbol for a changed Northern Ireland: Mail on Sunday
Philip Lanigan

Gerry and Best in a double act: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Bullet was PSNI's – 32CSM: Derry Journal

Non-jury trials "form of normality": TheDetail.tv
Barry McCaffrey

UUP and SF in Dublin debate: The News Letter

The people have spoken but are the politicians listening? (Apr 6): Belfast Telegraph
Tina Merron

School patronage (Mar 30): The Irish Times
Editorial

Medal is presented to relatives of slain trooper (Apr 7): Aberdeen Press and Journal
Cameron Brooks

Gay rights group offers to help TUV (Apr 11): Belfast Telegraph

Historic 'secret peace talks' property for sale (Apr 5): Derry Journal

It's a flaw of mankind that scorns the sanctity of life (Apr 8): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

GRA can't have it both ways on garda numbers (Apr 13): Irish Independent
Editorial

Separation of church and state is profoundly wise: Sunday Independent
John Crown

Sectarian row chief married to Celtic fan: Scotland on Sunday
Tom Peterkin

Rangers fans must face the music: Sunday Herald
Billy Dodds

Royal dissent: Ottawa Citizen
Shannon Proudfoot

Saturday, April 16

We will fight for Protestant, Catholic and dissenter, say SF: Belfast Media
Ryan McChrystal

Assembly election constituency profile: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Constituency profile – Upper Bann: Belfast Telegraph

Women to unite over political inequality: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Yobs stone vehicle of SDLP Assembly candidate: Belfast Telegraph
Anne Madden

Paterson condemns car attack that injured SDLP Kelly: BBC

Easter and elections loom: Belfast Media
Editorial

Shade of your True Colours may come as a surprise: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Review of NI Police Ombudsman planned: RTE

'Naive' not to plan for attack: Belfast Telegraph

MI5 'stays if terror is a threat': Belfast Telegraph

Weapons found in Lurgan dissident republican search: BBC

Newry bomb van suspect released: UTV Internet

Ronan Kerr murder – police given longer to question man: BBC

Guns seized in dissident searches: UTV Internet

Arrests over Kerr murder graffiti: Derry Journal

Pair bailed over Kerr graffiti in Bogside: UTV Internet

Condemnation of terror not enough (Apr 12): Belfast Telegraph

Antrim alerts – police say five pipe bombs found: BBC

Two Donaldson suspects released: UTV Internet

Anatomy of murder: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Police chief in parades warning: Belfast Telegraph

Ad Hoc chairs add voice: Irish Echo

Ombudsman – It'll take 25 years to finish Troubles reports: TheDetail.tv
Barry McCaffrey

Devlin murder appeals delayed: UTV Internet

Reporter wins award for 'Sunday' coverage: Derry Journal

Threat of U-turn on £600m road plan sparks barrage: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Time for the Church to release stranglehold on schools (Apr 11): Evening Herald
Colette Fitzpatrick

Primary school for lapsed Catholic sector has mass appeal (Mar 30): The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

Boyce is right, anthems should not be played at football matches (Mar 31): Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Sectarian chants could cost Rangers £2million: Glasgow Evening Times
Matthew Lindsay



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