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Monday, April 30

Martin McGuinness – how we ditched David Trimble to do peace deal with DUP: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Talks held on proposal to fly Irish tricolour at Stormont: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

First Minister Peter Robinson changes tack on Maze prison plans: Belfast Telegraph

Robinson – Maze will be a Mecca: The News Letter

DUP faces criticism for backing Maze plan: Belfast Telegraph

Alleged 'sting' involving IRA and sale of £10m worth of Viagra tablets questioned (Apr 27): The Irish Times

Time for Martin to tell the truth: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Huge viable bomb found near Newry blamed on dissidents: The Irish Times
Una Bradley

Newry bomb contained 600 pounds of explosives: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Five forced to flee Derry city after death threats: The Irish Times
George Jackson

Mother says son shot in Derry because of drugs: BBC

CIRA murder suspect slashes man in bar: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Delays in justice are unacceptable: Belfast Telegraph

New tribute to bravery of UDR: The News Letter

Ex-prisoner shares Armagh experiences with US author: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

New cross-border project launch today (Apr 19): Donegal Democrat

Denis Mulcahy still focused on his prize project: Irish Echo
Frieda Klotz

City of Culture year 'of little benefit' – UUP (Apr 24): Derry Journal
David Wilson

Ó Cuív would prefer Sinn Fein to Labour in Coalition: Connacht Tribune
Máirtín Ó Catháin

FF leader dismisses Ó Cuív proposal of Sinn Féin coalition: The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

Sinn Fein's intelligence questioned at United Left Alliance conference: Irish Independent
Fionnán Sheahan

Issue of deeper EU integration key to treaty campaign: The Irish Times
Paul Gillespie

Church must serve (Apr 29): Sunday Independent

The politics of English identity (Apr 23): New Statesman
George Eaton

Independent Scotland a 'terror risk' (Apr 29): Scotland on Sunday
Gareth Rose

Sunday, April 29

'Megabomb' defused in Ulster: Independent on Sunday
Kate Youde

Bomb found in Newry had potential to be devastating – PSNI: RTE

Newry bomb 'aimed at killing police': Belfast Telegraph
Steven McCaffery

Car bomb found in north Belfast: UTV

Protest rally against RAAD is held in Londonderry: BBC

Loophole allows SF to keep €1m US donors secret: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Pulpit thumpers replaced by op-ed writers: Belfast Media
Jude Collins

IRA accused's prints 'found on gun bag': Evening Herald
Brian Kavanagh

'I knew garda was IRA mole': Belfast Telegraph

RSF say Fleadh is major blow to Irish culture: Londonderry Sentinel

DUP pair posted on Facebook during key council meeting: Portadown Times

Soldier remembered 40 years after his death: Gloucestershire Echo

Peace means casting a cool eye on past atrocities: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

BNP leader's comments on South Belfast slammed: Belfast Media
Paul Ainsworth

PSNI aims to win wider public support at World Police and Fire Games (Apr 25): Belfast Telegraph
Patrice Dougan

Belfast – rising from the ruin of the Troubles (Apr 25): Daily Telegraph
Ellis Woodman

Vatican in talks over embassy (Apr 28): The Irish Times
Mary Fitzgerald

Break with Rome isn't end of world: Sunday Independent
Ulick O'Connor

Church should not ignore signs of the times and turn its back on world (Apr 24): The Irish Times
Seán Freyne

Gerry Adams' Spitting Image snapped up by pub (Apr 23): Irish Independent
Ken Sweeney

Independence a minefield for national security: Scotland on Sunday
Graeme Pearson

Saturday, April 28

Unionists too slow on power-sharing – Robinson: The News Letter

Martin McGuinness hints he may meet the Queen on diamond jubilee tour:
Henry McDonald

McGuinness indicates he might be prepared to meet queen in North: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Sinn Féin still finding it hard to shake hand of British monarch: The Irish Times
Donald Clarke

Martin McGuinness would testify at Smithwick tribunal: BBC
Mark Devenport

Two bombs found in NI security alerts: UTV

PSNI recover firearms in Belfast searches linked to dissident republican activity: RTE

Alarm as spies are linked with killer: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

Teen victim shot 'by appointment': UTV

Civil rights campaigner backs anti-RAAD protest: Derry Journal

Derrytresk GAA club cancels event over PSNI involvement: BBC

We've come a very long way since the Ardscoil: Belfast Media
Máirtín Ó Muilleoir

'Urgent work needed on Irish Language Act' – Bradley: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Sinn Fein want to bin British email addresses: Belfast Telegraph

Doctors' reports and translation costs on McGeough's legal aid bill: Tyrone Times

Soldiers set for Ulster homecoming parade: The News Letter

Ulster Covenant memorial splits Portadown: Belfast Telegraph

Who fears to speak ...: The Irish Times

Hain, the Attorney General and Information Control:
Ruth O'Reilly

NI peacemakers show the world how it is done: BBC
Mark Devenport

The End of the Northern Ireland Model for Negotiating with Terrorists?: Commentary
Michael Rubin

Devolution may provide England with an answer to the West Lothian Question: The Scotsman
Andrew Whitaker

Blinded IRA victim Andrew Bull's £200k for Blaenau Gwent council bullying (Apr 26): BBC

Friday, April 27

Mitchell praises Northern leaders: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

For politics to go forward it must move Left-Right: Belfast Telegraph
Trevor Ringland

Swann welcomes EU cash boost for Orange Order: Ballymoney Times

Martin McGuinness should talk to Smithwick Tribunal – Peter Robinson: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Smithwick Tribunal gets redacted version of intelligence report: RTE

Further delay in Denis Donaldson inquest: RTE

Inquest to probe claims of collusion in 1990 murder: BBC

Jailing Old Bailey bomber after Londonderry rally has cost £200k: Londonderry Sentinel

PSNI at scene of security alert at Fathom Line, Newry: BBC

18 year old shot in Creggan: Derry Journal

RAAD opponents say Derry shooting deliberately timed before rally: BBC

Derry public urged to attend anti RAAD rally: Derry Journal

Boundaries of new 'super councils' are revealed: The News Letter

Plantation to Partition – the 400-year legacy: Londonderry Sentinel

Prince of Wales given Irish prayer book gift in Belfast: BBC

Royal couple's church visit brings city to a standstill: The News Letter

Respecting the law? That's just for little people, right?: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

Lined up for glory: Belfast Telegraph

International conference in Dublin to examine lessons of Troubles: BBC
Mark Devenport

Department – Vatican embassy may re-open within two years: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

McCarthy repeats Yes call after SF's 'twisted quotes': Irish Independent
Fionnán Sheahan

Muirhead and McKenzie jailed for Neil Lennon parcel bomb plot: BBC

Strathclyde Police warn of action over threats to SFA panel: BBC

Brave soldier blinded by IRA bomb wins £200k over 'inhumane treatment' in council job: Daily Mail

Thursday, April 26

McGuinness 'authorised human bombs': UTV

Army/Garda were British intelligence sources, says agent: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Loyalist band organisers slam route ruling by parades body: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Is the writing on the wall for a shared future?: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Silence and indifference threaten future peace: Irish Echo
Michael Cummings

NW alienation drive provided a blueprint for £1m Orange Order fund: Londonderry Sentinel

Lugar now intervenes in BC case: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Lift Latest Death Threat – McCartney: Derry Journal

Items seized by Allen murder probe police: Londonderry Sentinel

'Constructive meeting on PSNI response times' – Bradley: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Durkan wants new law to sack politicians: Belfast Telegraph

CJI says vulnerable witnesses need more support (Apr 25): BBC

NI suicide rate linked to Troubles: UTV

Courage of our convictions can usher in a new era of learning (Dec 28): Belfast Telegraph
Denis Loretto

What kind of Constitutional Convention do you want?:
Colin Harvey

Celebrating momentous events of 1912 (Apr 25): The Irish Times
Jimmy Deenihan

Objects of the conflict exhibition opens: Ballymoney Times

Editorials slam 'inappropriate prosecution' (Apr 24): The News Letter

The jury is out on this legal battle: Belfast Telegraph

'United effort needed to secure Narrow Water bridge' – Ruane: Newry Times
Paul Malone

SF accused of 'absolute hypocrisy' in debate on referendum: The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

Reverse competition rule – Mc Laughlin: Derry Journal

Ulster terror chief Johnny 'Mad Dog' Adair's son to be tagged after dirty protest in police cell: Scottish Daily Record

Independence could rob us of our sense of nationality (Apr 23): The Herald
Andrew McKie

Wednesday, April 25

Martin McGuinness accused of sanctioning murders of two senior police officers: The Independent
David McKittrick

Ex-British agent says McGuinness approved ambush: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

McGuinness denies RUC murders link: UTV

Unionists call on SF chief to admit his past: The News Letter

I won't sue the UUP, says rebel McNarry: The News Letter

O Donnghaile is showing good leadership in office: Belfast Telegraph
Jim McVeigh

How Niall's made Lord Mayor's show of himself...again: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Morning View – Keep your nose out Mr Gilmore (Apr 23): The News Letter

Eirigi claim PSNI Provocation Continues in Newry: The Cross Examiner

£500 fine for assault thug who slandered murdered PSNI man Ronan Kerr: Belfast Telegraph

Man released in terrorist activity probe: UTV

David Dodrill jailed over Real IRA chip shop extortion: BBC

Plastic bullets – plastic death: Derry Journal
Paul O'Connor

Finucanes' bid to question PM blocked: UTV

Family of Disappeared victim Columba McVeigh '100% certain' body lies buried at search site: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Man freed by police investigating murder of John Huddleston: BBC

Still holding out for a hero: Belfast Media

President urges fostering of reconciliation during decade of centenaries: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Hain questions legitimacy of charge: The Independent
David McKittrick

Hain case 'not about a judge': The News Letter

Hain legal battle 'highly significant': UTV

First blood to Attorney General in gripping courtroom drama: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Most Gaeltacht gardaí lacking an cúpla focail: Irish Examiner
Conall Ó Fátharta

Irish language legislation 'in crisis': The Irish Times
Lorna Siggins

Ritchie – 'SDLP to back 'Yes' vote in EU Referendum': Newry Times
Paul Malone

Kenny says SF leader must justify No vote: The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

An idea of nationhood: The Scotsman
Michael Keating

SNP speak to Quebec nationalists about independence referendum (Apr 23): BBC

Tuesday, April 24

Quit Executive, Alliance's grassroots signal to David Ford: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Kelly hits out at Alliance: Lurgan Mail

Ministers unavailable to answer Assembly question: The News Letter

Human rights body to monitor PSNI searches: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Plastic bullets 'tested on pigs': Derry Journal

Belfast – 'The barriers are really a manifestation of people's fears': Deutsche Welle
Joanna Impey

Kennedy vows to continue fight for justice for victims: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Derry man receives new threat from RAAD: BBC

Allen Murder – appeal for info on killer's car: Derry Journal

Andrew Allen murder suspect released without charge: BBC

I've no malice or hatred for the men who tried to bomb us: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Elaborate hoax at Magheraberry Prison: UTV

Derry rally calls for release of Marian Price: Derry Journal

Woman 'led police to trio of INLA suspects': The News Letter

Man held over 1973 NI murder of John Huddleston: RTE

FAIR to protest at 'glory' walk for IRA members killed in Loughgall shooting: Portadown Times

Family hope in Disappeared search: Belfast Telegraph

Scientist leading search for IRA victim appeals for information: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

McGurks' families urge unionists to support naming of development: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Birmingham Six man Patrick Hill calls for new probe into IRA bombings: Belfast Telegraph
Lucy Bogustawski

Factory staff's anger at an extra day off for the queen: Belfast Media
Gráinne Brinkley

Hain contempt case to be heard in court: The News Letter

Taking leave of US's diplomatic core in the north: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Young people building bridges: Derry Journal

The case for a bill of rights:
Colin Harvey

Best button it on battledress wars: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Neil Lennon bomb plot trial – Legal aid bill hit £10,500 before trial: The Scotsman

Citizens of this sceptred isle are divided by patriotism: The Scotsman
John Curtice

Flying the flag and causing offence: The Herald
Harry Reid

Monday, April 23

Unionists can veto Bill of Rights – NIO: The News Letter

Alliance chief critical of parties in Executive: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

We are being punished for success, says Ford: The News Letter

An injustice to Ford: Belfast Telegraph

Unprincipled, self-interested... Mike Nesbitt lays into Alliance Party: Belfast Telegraph

Flag debate a 'distraction' – Wilson: Carrick Times

Belfast's mayor Niall O Donnghaile to quit post early to avoid meeting Queen on Jubilee visit: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Lord Mayor Niall O Donnghaile steps down early for Jubilee: BBC

Funeral row MLA leaves his justice post at Stormont: Belfast Telegraph

Colum Eastwood moved in SDLP Stormont reshuffle: BBC

Sharing space in conflict stalemate: The News Letter
Alex Kane

A fair crack of the whip is all that we're asking (Jan 6): Belfast Media

Mother's courage is example to all: Belfast Telegraph

Man arrested in Co Donegal over Andrew Allen murder: RTE

New PSNI drive against punishment attacks: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Hill urges Birmingham to back bombing probe: Irish Examiner
Phil Campion

Team of many skills on trail of Disappeared: The Irish Times
Susan McKay

Legal action over Peter Hain memoirs 'misconceived': BBC

Drop Hain contempt action – DUP: The News Letter

Peter Hain prosecution – silliness in court:

O'Reilly's free press beliefs won hearts and minds (Apr 22): Sunday Independent
Anne Harris

Shed no tears that O'Reilly clan have lost control of Independent Newspapers: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Eirgrid commences work on East West Interconnector project to connect Irish and British power supplies: RTE

Conference to look at lessons from NI conflict: BBC

Scots take more pride in Billy Connolly than the Queen, says survey: The Scotsman
David Maddox

Sunday, April 22

Alliance leader says DUP and SF are 'to be feared': BBC

Alliance leader talks of change: Belfast Telegraph

SDLP's Dolores Kelly hits back at Alliance leader: BBC

Dublin minister urges Bill of Rights for Ulster: The News Letter

PSNI accused of 'harassment': Derry Journal

Bid to solve flashpoint parade row: The News Letter
Bryan Gray

Dublin man denies IRA link: Evening Herald

Hain contempt case to cost public £300,000: Independent on Sunday
Matt Chorley

O Snodaigh's 'inkgate' claims just don't add up: Evening Herald
Niall O'Connor

We need answers from Sinn Fein: Irish Independent

How Haughey hinterland was rebuffed by O'Reilly regime: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

'Narrow Water Bridge must stay on agenda' – McKevitt: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Gilmore is adamant – embassy in Vatican will not reopen: Sunday Independent
Willie Kealy

Outspoken clergy must be clear on endgame (Apr 20): Irish Independent
David Quinn

European Court of Human Rights reforms 'to be watered down' (Apr 17): Daily Telegraph
Martin Beckford

Why Neil's charity work kicks his critics into touch (Apr 18): Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Skintland – Heads I Win, Tails You Lose (Apr 17): The Spectator
Alex Massie

Saturday, April 21

Matt Baggott says PSNI needs MI5 help to tackle dissident threat: BBC

Gilmore warns over sectarianism: Belfast Telegraph

NI must 'learn from past hurts', Alliance Party told: BBC

Murphy slams 'double standards' and 'inconsistency' of SDLP: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Healthy societies don't dwell on identity, which is why the annual examination of true Irishness makes me yearn for winter (Apr 20): Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

Sinn Fein get poll boost for opposing everything, while in the North they're the ones making the cuts (Apr 20): Irish Independent
Johnny Fallon

Flying SF could soar even higher with a new leader: The Irish Times
Noel Whelan

Ritchie – 'SDLP strengthening ties with Republic': Newry Times
Paul Malone

Eastwood defends funeral decision: UTV

Errors of judgment may reopen old wounds: Belfast Telegraph

Kate Carroll is 'an inspiration': Banbridge Leader

Evidence of ex-British army intelligence officer to be read into public record: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

After the release of colonial records – what about Northern Ireland?:
Huw Bennett

Taxi for Ulster's attorney-general!: Daily Mail
Quentin Letts

'Huge inspiration to peace process' dies at the age of 95: Belfast Media
Paul Ainsworth

Staff level fears after jail clash: The News Letter

Falls and Shankill united by childcare: UTV

Former IDA chief calls for cross-border development zone to boost local economy: Drogheda Independent

Ambassador's hopes for new mission (Apr 19): The Kerryman

What that photo of Iris really says about her...and us (Apr 18): Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Why media apparatchiks are hostile to Pope Benedict (Apr 20): The Irish Times
John Waters

Olympics to kick off with national confusion: The Scotsman
Gerry Hassan

First the monarchy, then the currency ... now another SNP policy shift (Apr 16): The Scotsman
David Torrance

Friday, April 20

We disagree on Finucane, says Kenny: Belfast Telegraph

Kenny blasted over Finucane comments: The News Letter

Enda Kenny says true test of peace is absence of peace walls: BBC
Martina Purdy

Freddie Scappaticci was our most valuable spy in IRA during the Troubles – British Army chief: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Danny Morrison – British intelligence agencies playing perverse war games: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Lord Alderdice to head new Ardoyne parade group: BBC
Mark Simpson

Orange parade ruling irrelevant, says cleric: The News Letter

PSNI in punishment attack crackdown: UTV

Ombudsman row 'damaged trust in justice system': Belfast Telegraph

Two released in dissident probe: UTV

GAA distances itself from IRA commemorations: Mid Ulster Mail

No surprise that Heath is a British hero: Belfast Media
Jude Collins

Ó hOisín slams bilingual signage decision (Apr 17): Derry Journal

Bi-lingual row over new Greenvale leisure centre: Mid Ulster Mail

Peter Hain backed by MPs after he is prosecuted for criticising judge:
Patrick Wintour

Sammy Wilson says use of public money in Peter Hain case: BBC

John Larkin's contempt of court case provokes political reaction: BBC
Mark Devenport

Sinn Féin surge as voter backlash hits Coalition: Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

Labour plummets six points in poll as Sinn Fein surges to second place: Irish Independent
Fionnan Sheahan and Fiach Kelly

SF is 'profiting' from our misery blasts Noonan: Evening Herald
Kevin Doyle

Elections to 'super councils' in 2014: The News Letter

Republic of Ireland ready to roll out red carpet Prince Harry: Belfast Telegraph

Omagh teens in New York visit: Irish Echo
Sean O'Driscoll

Why our priests are being silenced by the vatican: Evening Herald
Garry O'Sullivan

Alex Salmond is a 'Caledonian Hitler', says controversial, right-wing historian David Starkey: Scottish Daily Record

For England's sake we still have to answer the West Lothian Question (Apr 19): Daily Telegraph
Jim Gallagher

Thursday, April 19

PSNI challenged on 'Provo' activity: Londonderry Sentinel

Alliance Party to publish donor details – Naomi Long: BBC

I won't need to be told to go, says Ford: The News Letter

Boston College dispute moves to appeals court: Times Higher Education Supplement
Jon Marcus

Wait your honors: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Unionists enraged at Jubilee snub: Londonderry Sentinel

Brehons voice concern over Price detention: Irish Echo

Political graffiti on Walls 'putting off tourists': BBC

Ardboe estate branded 'intolerant' by tricolour, claims resident: Tyrone Times

Court told Matthew McKee victim of punishment shooting: BBC

Cleared men 'wrongly denied' pay-outs: UTV

Secrets of a long-running intelligence war laid bare: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

Plea to Cameron on Kingsmills meeting: The News Letter

Peter Hain contempt proceedings criticised by Blunkett: BBC

Cameron backs Hain in row over criticising judges in memoir:
Patrick Wintour

Stormont sittings must do more – Ford: The News Letter

Zen master who brought aura of calm to Stormont: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Could Zen Master at Stormont calm 'village idiot' row?: BBC
Mark Devenport

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times
Frank McNally

489m euro instalment from Britain (Apr 17): Belfast Telegraph

BNP leader lambasted on Ulster race claims: The News Letter

Irish church at the crossroads – reform or bust: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Church not in communion with changed beliefs of Irish Catholics (Apr 18): Irish Examiner
Colette Browne

Women bishops, 'pick and mix' religion and why I took my flock to a Catholic church down the road (Apr 17): Daily Mail
Jane Fryer

The bill for independence keeps mounting: The Scotsman
Michael Kelly

Despite the moans, the Nats are the real victors: Daily Telegraph
Alan Cochrane

Wednesday, April 18

IRSP claims on hunger strike deal: Belfast Media
Kieran Hughes

IRSP repeat hunger strike 'substantial deal' claims: Londonderry Sentinel

Five UUP MLAs may quit like me – McNarry: The News Letter

Plotters want me out – Nicholson: The News Letter

Getting Hillary involved is key to ending IRA tapes saga: (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Jim Dee

Inside the Boston archive: (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

EU grant to reconcile Protestants: Belfast Telegraph

Orange Order hails EU funding for Protestants: The News Letter

Inmates punished over Easter lillies, claims family group: Belfast Telegraph

Bomb as powerful as 'military hand grenade': Derry Journal

Bombed twice, but officer's parents won't leave: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Church leaders visit Derry bomb targets: UTV

Iraq-style bomb 'found for first time in NI': BBC

Masked gunmen fire a dozen shots: Londonderry Sentinel

Security alert near Ballykinler Army base: BBC

Three dissident republican suspects arrested in Cookstown and Belfast: BBC

New call for plastic bullets to be banned: Derry Journal
Michael McMonagle

Police investigate how gun was left on child's bed after Belfast raid:
Henry McDonald

Belfast Conflict Resolution Consortium reviews policing progress: BBC

Dublin seminar on Belfast Agreement: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

An opportunity exists for reconciling aspirations: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

British agent's Smithwick evidence 'in camera': The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

McGurk's bar street name back on Belfast agenda: BBC

McGurk's Way – Unionists rapped in UVF victims street name row: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

McCrea condemns commemoration events on GAA grounds: Tyrone Times

Republic of Ireland fans from NI 'need not apply': BBC

Robert McCartney's sister fails in job loss tribunal case: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

Tuesday, April 17

Anger in my party may make me quit Justice Minister post, warns David Ford: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Empey and Elliott are appointed to UUP officer posts: The News Letter

Give the man a chance: Belfast Media

Derry bomb 'targeted' family of police officer:
Henry McDonald

PSNI officer's parents escape under-car bomb: The News Letter

Parents' bravery in face of bombers: Belfast Telegraph

I feel such pain for pal who saved me: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Two dissident republican suspects arrested in Cookstown: BBC

Experts – IRA dissidents could crash Olympics party:
Shawn Pogatchnik

RNU deny erecting flags in village: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Man admits to Derry rioting offences: BBC

McLaughlin criticises IRA 'practice or policy': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Search for "disappeared" in Northern Ireland: Vatican Radio

Issue of the 'disappeared' in the Troubles not going away: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

How Stormont foundered on iceberg of complacency: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

400 pupils from Republic go to Northern Ireland schools: Belfast Telegraph

Top garda warns of looming crisis in policing: Irish Independent
Eoghan MacConnell

Boyd Barrett fails to condemn party for calling gardai 'thugs': Irish Independent
Michael Brennan and Caroline Crawford

Robert McCartney's sister Catherine loses employment case: BBC

Attempt to have McFeely's UK bankruptcy revoked: The Irish Times

Mayor calls for talks on possible Fianna Fáil, Labour merger: Irish Examiner
John O'Mahony

Monday, April 16

Lord Empey named as Ulster Unionist Party chairman: BBC

Stormont body to consider flying tricolour: Londonderry Sentinel

How can we help families of disappeared?: The News Letter
Ross Hussey

Bomb is found during Londonderry security alert: BBC

Arsonists target community justice group offices: Belfast Telegraph

Belfast park bomb 'had been there for a long time': Belfast Telegraph

SF's reconciliation call is dismissed as 'stunt': The News Letter

I won't be saying sorry to SF: The News Letter
Alex Kane

FF leader says Reynolds' Peace Process legacy will live on: Longford Leader

Election probe was 'a waste of police time', says McMullan: Larne Times

Time to ground folks on the hill (Apr 11): Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Border areas not receiving enough tourism funding says MLA: Newry Times
Declan McAteer

Titanic's legacy in Northern Ireland lingers on: BBC
Mark Simpson

It's time to sail on into the future: Belfast Telegraph

Vigorous campaign for Yes vote promised: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

We are about to strip ourselves of all remaining control over our sovereignty and our money. We should think again: Irish Independent
Bruce Arnold

Reopening of embassy in Vatican voted down: The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

Revealed – How Scottish Euromillions winners could decide constitutional fate of the United Kingdom: Scottish Daily Record
John Ferguson

Scottish independence – SNP ready to vote on ditching Nato policy: The Scotsman
Andrew Whitaker

SNP press outrage button but it fails to ring true: The Scotsman
Brian Monteith


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