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Tuesday, April 30

Villiers calls for sectarian-free Northern Ireland society: BBC

Villiers – 'Depressing' how young some rioters are: The News Letter

Bit by bit? Latest approach to tackling sectarianism: BBC
Mark Devenport

Tánaiste to test North's political waters: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Gilmore's words on deep divisions sound familiar: Irish Independent
Lise Hand

Union remains safe despite the antics of political parties: The News Letter
Alex Kane

SDLP's complaint over flute band breach at St Patrick's Church: Belfast Telegraph

PSNI accused of attempting to intimidate new witness in murder appeal: TheDetail.tv
Barry McCaffrey

Limerick murderer "no different to marathon bombers" says councillor: Limerick Leader
Mike Dwane

Masked dissident and defendant the same, court is told: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Higgins

Man to appeal four-month flag prison sentence: The News Letter

Thatcher papers disclose efforts to resolve 1981 hunger strikes: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Sectarian polarisation at NI further education colleges: BBC
Maggie Taggart

Dublin could help Derry bag World heritage status – MLA: Derry Journal

Major Northern Ireland investment conference planned: BBC

DUP leader 'won't give up' on tax powers (Apr 27): The News Letter

U.S. Shoot-To-Kill policy on target: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Mixed reaction to Maze plans: Ulster Star

Unionists defeat Northern Irish gay marriage bill: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

A dubious victory for our democracy: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Trouble erupts at Old Firm Under-17 match as fans rip up seats, throw flares and invade pitch: Scottish Daily Record
Amanda Keenan

Call for review of sectarian law amid row (Apr 23): The Herald
Gerry Braiden

CBI urges Scots whisky manufacturers to reject independence: The Herald

Monday, April 29

Band plays hymn past Catholic church: UTV

Maze remnants used for showground: Belfast Telegraph

BBC and RTE to 'simulcast' Troubles probe (Apr 28): Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Adams to meet family of prison officer killed by IRA (Apr 28): Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

British believed elements of IRA wanted peace in 1981 (Apr 27): The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Government to create economic aid package for Northern Ireland: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

David Ford 'treated harshly for backing gay marriage': Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Ritchie calls for Narrow Water Bridge funding: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Free speech champion slams Stormont for blocking Defamation Bill (Apr 26): Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Meet those bucking a trend and going BACK to Mass (Apr 24): Irish Examiner
Paul D'Alton

Why it's about time to blow whistle on our blame game (Apr 8): Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

McIlroy for Ireland right choice in golf but not for Harrington (Apr 25): Newstalk.ie
Eoin Brennan

Gardaí to demand an independent police authority: Irish Examiner
Sean O'Riordan

Our right to vote on English affairs a quirk of Home Rule (Apr 24): Belfast Telegraph
Tony Grew

Anti-sectarianism law to be assessed by law chief (Apr 23): The Scotsman

So Westminster will deny the pound to an independent Scotland? Two can play at that game (Apr 28): Sunday Herald
Iain MacWhirter

Scottish dilemma (Apr 26): The Irish Times
Editorial

Sunday, April 28

No 'Holy Cross II' vows DUP following loyalist protest outside school: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Ulster loyalist hardliners in peace overture: Independent on Sunday
David McKittrick

Peter Robinson – "Old-style unionist majority is a thing of the past": Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

DUP 'need to be in Stormont government', says Peter Robinson: BBC

Frazer – Protestant Coalition "will take on the DUP": Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Petition is 'political opportunism': Ulster Star

PUP's Hutchinson – flatten Maze or it will be IRA shrine: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Maze Fury: Ulster Star

Union flag move a 'cultural war' – Robinson: UTV

Man bailed in Operation Dulcet probe: UTV

Man held over Union flag protests: Belfast Telegraph

War of words over Orange widows' parade: The News Letter

Helicopters in Londonderry a matter for PSNI: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Bomb victims should be exempt from DLA reassessment – councillor: Ulster Herald

Haughey did not want political status for IRA: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Margaret Thatcher was told 'some' IRA leaders wanted violence to stop in 1981: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Unionism's collective amnesia on Thatcher is memorable: Belfast Telegraph
Steven Alexander

Top secret reports used in bid to overturn conviction: Irish News

We owe it to McConville to reveal IRA interviews and tackle Adams: Evening Herald

IFA 'out of tune' in anthem row: The News Letter

'North-South projects can deliver economic prosperity' – Ritchie: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Irish love letter warms hearts of east Belfast speakers (Apr 26): BBC
Nuala McCann

Belfast has come a long way in the 400 years since charter: The News Letter
Editorial

City of Culture stays in UK: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

The parable of 'The North' and 'The South' (Apr 24): Derry Journal

Swinney hits back at Osborne – 'it's our currency too': Sunday Herald
Tom Gordon

Unionists see Scots as poor and stupid – Robertson (Apr 27): The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

Saturday, April 27

Further dissident republican attacks 'likely': Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keefe

'Dissident republican criminality will not be tolerated' – Newry PSNI Chief Inspector: Newry Times

Man accused over Ryan shooting 'gone missing': Irish Examiner
Tom Tuite

Man released in dissident probe: UTV

Flag protestor who blocked road 'just went with the flow': The News Letter

Union flag protest: Carrick Times

East Belfast UVF flags 'still fly despite assurances': BBC

'Many Catholics want to stay in UK': The News Letter

Is Robinson looking for an exit strategy?: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Sinn Fein closing door on Protestants, says DUP: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Co-operation Ireland at vanguard of peace in Northern Ireland, says Lord Kerr: Belfast Telegraph
Grainne Cunningham

Anti peace centre petition: Ulster Star

Unionists, the Maze prison and Bobby Sands: TheDetail.tv
Steven McCaffery

Shoot-to-kill reports key in Colombia Three man's appeal: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Judge to be given Finucane documents: RTE

Commemorations should unite, not create division: Belfast Telegraph
Eamon Gilmore

Alliance leader David Ford stands down as church elder over his support for gay marriage: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

DUP petition over same sex marriage: UTV

Same-sex marriage debate is a misuse of Stormont time, claims MLA: Newtownabbey Times

Decorated World War Two hero wins battle to receive 100th birthday message from the Queen after Palace chiefs claimed he was not British: Daily Mail
Martin Robinson

National newspapers 'jumpy' about Stormont's libel veto: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Golf fans will respect Rory and Graeme's decisions, says MP: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Cops say hurley an 'offensive weapon': Belfast Media
Anthony Neeson

Fianna Fáil to oppose Seanad abolition, Martin tells ardfheis: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Indyref poll – women less likely to vote with their hearts: The Herald

Friday, April 26

McCallister and UUP in war of words: Banbridge Leader

Has the Northern Ireland Assembly become dull?: BBC
Mark Simpson

Pressing concern for Stormont?: BBC
Mark Devenport

Three accused over dissident march seek to attend 'valid' protests: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn MacDermott

The Boston bombings should make 'Real IRA' supporters in the US stop and think: The Spectator
Peter Osborne

Hoax bomb alerts 'must stop' – Ballymena police chief: Ballymena Times

Loyalist protester Jamie Bryson can stay out late for football games: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Judge tells Twelfth rioters to go on holiday: The News Letter

Robinson and McGuinness present united front to critics: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Peace centre should be built in Belfast says PUP leader: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Project will build the peace and give jobs to thousands: Belfast Telegraph
Peter Robinson

Despite WWII links, Maze-Long Kesh site is deeply symbolic of Troubles: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Telling our story is not the same as creating a shrine: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Pat Finucane murder – Court reveals awareness of 'systemic problem': BBC
Andy Martin

Call for full co-operation of forces in Smithwick probe (Apr 21): Sunday Independent
Alan Murray

Family may seek prosecution over 1971 Army killing: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

World leaders will be inspired by Gordon Wilson story: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Call for cross-border planning co-operation: The News Letter

Belfast to lose children's heart surgery unit: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Children's heart surgery set to move from Beflast to Dublin: The Irish Times

The Irish are coming – Massillon family to host teen for Ulster Project (Apr 22): Massillon Independent
Nicholas Skiles

National Anthem dropped for Irish Cup final: BBC

Dumping of anthem defended by IFA chiefs: Belfast Telegraph

BOA assessing McIlroy's playing history to determine Olympic eligibility: The Irish Times

Graeme McDowell to IOC – 'Make the call': Toronto Sun

The crowning insult for some Scots: The Scotsman
Joyce McMillan

Thursday, April 25

Maze-Long Kesh site to become campus dedicated to peace: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Maze prison redevelopment expected to create 5,000 jobs: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

'Terror tours' already going on at Maze claim: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Peter Robinson launches attack on 'scaremongering' Maze critics: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

The night a tired Blair snapped at me during Good Friday stand-off: Irish Independent
David Andrews

Micheál Martin correct in diagnosing lack of political focus on Northern Ireland: The Irish Times
Robin Wilson

Dissident threats to McGuinness's life but Sinn Fein doggedly sticks to political strategy: New Statesman
Kevin Meagher

Republicans should get some new drill instructors (Apr 22): (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Man arrested in England released: UTV

Dissident raid – police question teenager: Belfast Telegraph

We were attacked, and in some cases with deadly intent: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Mawhinney

Confidential US cables shine spotlight on Tyrone's murder triangle and prominent Dungannon campaigners: Tyrone Times

MoD apology to Derry family: Derry Journal

Haughey's stand over Falklands damaged Anglo-Irish relations, says former official: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

'She did not hate the Irish, she hated the terrorists,' says Thatcher's official biographer: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Shared education – Northern Ireland pupils give their opinions: BBC
Maggie Taggart

There are no arguments to oppose integrated education: Belfast Telegraph
Robin Wilson

Narrow Water bridge delegation meeting with Martin McGuinness: Newry Times
Emma Taylor

Belfast among UK's 'most violent areas': UTV

DUP and Sinn Fein row over Londonderry's Guildhall symbols: BBC

Doubt cast on Olympics rule that makes Rory Irish: Irish Examiner
Colm O'Connor

Rory McIlroy's Olympics dilemma – Now it's suggested he can play for Team GB in Brazil: Belfast Telegraph
Amanda Poole

Independent Scotland 'will need own coronation': The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

Scotland's independence debate is giving unionism a shot in the arm: The Guardian
Martin Kettle

A monarch with a totally unique and fulfilling role (Apr 22): The News Letter
Editorial

Wednesday, April 24

Stormont leaders move to deny political rift: The News Letter

Aid deal is linked to shared future, Theresa Villiers tells MPs: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh and Tony Grew

Sinn Fein presses Villiers on Special Advisers Bill: BBC

Éirígí refuses SF 'common ground' talks: UTV

Willie Frazer launches new 'anti-politics' party: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Former Ulster Unionist Terry Wright joins the Conservative Party: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Russell Drive residents don't feel safe – PUP: Lurgan Mail

Dissidents renew threat to kill McGuinness say Sinn Fein: BBC

Arrests over dissident republican activity: UTV

Fuel gangs 'using IRA dumping sites for bodies': The News Letter

Northern Irish anti-terror police arrest suspect in Burnley: Burnley Express

Two IRA gangsters shot by a cage fighter were cremated in the back of a van and buried by a Cornish farmer after £40,000 drugs row: Daily Mail
Amanda Williams

Case dismissed against 'Irish Catholic' unprepared to be searched by 'British' policeman: Impartial Reporter

Judge orders Downing Street to hand over Finucane documents: TheDetail.tv
Barry McCaffrey

Former IRA figure Martin McGuiness invited to speak at Peace Centre by Colin Parry: Warrington Guardian

Unionist petition against Maze plans: UTV

'We want public innocence apology': Derry Journal

Adams forced into talks: Leinster Express

Adams 'did not quiz' brother on abuse claim: Irish Examiner
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Two arrests over Thatcher parties: The News Letter

'UK' to be retained in Guildhall UK City of Culture reference: Londonderry Sentinel

Margaret Thatcher did give go-ahead for talks with republicans at the height of hunger strikes: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Thatcher's Grudging Respect For IRA Hunger Strikers Revealed: Daily Beast
Tom Sykes

Ian Paisley's peace role foreseen by mandarins: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

From a tiny acorn our city has grown into modern giant: Belfast Telegraph
Sean Connolly

McIlroy MUST tee up for Ireland in Rio! IOC could solve Rory's Olympic dilemma: Daily Mail
Derek Lawrenson

Mooney handed three-match suspension: The Irish Times
Emmet Riordan

Clamping fine dodgers from Republic 'will drive shoppers away': Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Osborne scorns Scottish independence camp's plan for currency union: The Guardian
Severin Carrell

Scottish independence – Political battle over currency: BBC
Brian Taylor

Osborne's threat shows independence is viable: The Herald
Ian Bell

Tuesday, April 23

Reconciliation will falter if it is used as a political football, insists PUP: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Republicans must drop hopes of united Ireland – PUP: The Irish Times

Leaders must bridge divide to calm our turbulent peace: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

UUP attack John McCallister over Sinn Fein event: The News Letter

McGuinness still under dissident threat – Sinn Fein: Derry Journal

Police – Criminality cannot pose as dissident republicanism: The News Letter

Dissident republican investigation – Lancashire arrest: BBC

19 new images of Union flag disorder suspects: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

Woman assaulted female officer during flag riot: The News Letter

Peter Robinson lambasts Maze plan naysayers: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Robinson – Maze one of most important construction projects in UK: The News Letter

Tormented ghost of Dolours Price poses no risk to peace process: Irish Independent
Susan McKay

Council to mark Railway Road bomb anniversary: Coleraine Times

Northern Ireland schools report calls for greater emphasis on shared education: The Irish Times
Dan Griffin

Will schools report follow in the wake of Eames Bradley?: BBC
Mark Devenport

A lost chance for shared schooling: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Politicians 'must focus on shared future document': Belfast Telegraph

Gerry Adams denies trying to 'save his political skin' during brother's trial: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Thatcher, Bobby Sands Lose out in Paris Street Battle: Naharnet.com (Lebanon)

Dancing on Margaret Thatcher's grave crossed the line of human decency: The Irish Times
Chris Hayden

Ireland . . . Out, Out, Out (Apr 6): Irish Independent

The growing cry for England and St George: Daily Telegraph
Philip Johnston

EU policing and justice opt-out would endanger internal security, Lords warn: Guardian.co.uk
Alan Travis

Orange Order in No vote campaign: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Independence – UK 'set to reject a sterling zone': The Scotsman
David Maddox

Monday, April 22

Martin claims Sinn Féin has sullied republicanism: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Martin warns of 'vacuum' created in North: Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

Sinn Fein challenges Moutray on power sharing: Lurgan Mail

Martin McGuinness invited to speak at Warrington peace centre: BBC

Union flag flies for Queen's birthday: UTV

PUP leader addresses thousands at Craigavon House: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

UVF parade – Shankill Butcher and ex-terror chiefs join anniversary march: Belfast Telegraph

UUP criticised for 'non-attendance': The News Letter

Police uncover £300,000 in contraband cigarettes in dissident republican investigation: Newry Times

'Loyalists need more support': The News Letter

We want our story told at new Maze centre, say loyalist paramilitaries: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Why should taxpayers fund terrorists' museum? – Alex Kane: The News Letter
Alex Kane

DUP campaign is a 'publicity stunt' claim TUV: Portadown Times

Northern Ireland shared education report to be launched: BBC
Maggie Taggart

Sick Thatcher Brighton bomb T-shirt on sale online: Belfast Telegraph

OFMDFM heads Information Commissioner's complaints list (Apr 17): TheDetail.tv
Niall McCracken

Adams – G8 will advertise county: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Happy birthday to Belfast: The Scotsman
Lesley Riddoch

Oh Mandy, we don't need likes of you today (Apr 21): Sunday Independent
Marc Coleman

The flowers continue after marching season – hope, romance and remembering the past in New Jersey (Apr 13): Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Jim Lowney

Scottish independence – Threat to Scottish banknotes: The Scotsman
Andrew Whitaker

Just why would Scotland trust the Bank of England? (Apr 17): The Herald
Ian Bell

Sunday, April 21

IRA victim changes mind on Maze after DUP 'reassurance': The News Letter

Maze centre supposed to explain conflict ...instead it's at the heart of one: Belfast Telegraph
Anna Maguire

Ex-RUC appalled at Maze 'terror shrine': The News Letter

Maze 'is totally unsuitable for a peace centre': The News Letter
Victor Gordon

If I didn't think Maze peace centre was important I wouldn't be here, insists architect who drew plans for Ground Zero: Belfast Telegraph
Anna Maguire

Maze could be a terror shrine, but only if unionists don't buy into it: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Maze must not be part of the rewriting of Ulster history: The News Letter
Editorial

Jonathan Powell in appeal over loyalist communities: BBC

New protest at Irish Quarter roundabout: Carrick Times

Irish Rail dismisses staff's flag fears: Sunday Independent

£300,000 cigarettes seized in dissident republican probe: The News Letter

SDLP challenged on paramilitary funeral attendance: The News Letter

Thousands at UVF march in Belfast: UTV

Pictured – Strolling in the sunshine, the IRA Brighton bomber who tried to murder Lady Thatcher: Daily Mail
Stephen Wright

A lesson in how to pay respects: Sunday Independent
John-Paul McCarthy

The Panorama incident: Ulster Herald
Ryan McAleer

Service celebrates anniversary of UDR: Larne Times

Murder of city-born Judge raised with Kissinger: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Half a century of abuse covered up: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Danny McGrain – If Neil Lennon wins 10-in-a-row I hope he gets the knighthood that Jock Stein should have got: Scottish Daily Record
Hugh Keevins

Faith schools can teach the rest of: Scotland on Sunday
Euan McColm

Saturday, April 20

Belfast cenotaph flag proposal rejected: UTV

Court appearance for flag protestors Bryson and Frazer: The News Letter

Take down the flags? We probably need to talk about that: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Dalai Lama praises peace process on Derry visit: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Our Supreme Leaders trapped in own cold war: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Theresa, threats won't force us to live in harmony: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Irish groups vow to fight Boston College IRA interviews fight to stop NI police access: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Cahir O'Doherty

Man's fears after second death threat: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

McKevitt loses appeal against Real IRA conviction: The Irish Times
Aodhan O'Faolain

Smithwick – Senior Garda makes 'outlandish claims': BBC

US students impressed by Londonderry policing in severe threat environment (Apr 9): Londonderry Sentinel

Why did Margaret Thatcher have a jaundiced view of the Irish?: New Statesman
Kevin Meagher

Thatcher death celebration a grave mistake – pathetic, undignified and pointless: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

The good old anti-British days – Margaret Thatcher haters and spats in New York during World War II: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Tom Deignan

The wanton terror that robs us of our liberty (Apr 17): Irish Independent
Catriona Palmer

From trauma to reconciliation (Apr 17): Montreal Gazette
Peggy Curran

Call for John O'Dowd to boost integrated sector is defeated (Apr 16): Belfast Telegraph

A5 delay may be of benefit to Belfast to Londonderry route (Apr 16): The News Letter
Editorial

Sinn Fein denies different school bullying policies: BBC
Tara Mills

US newspaper claims towns just didn't get on – apparently: Dundalk Democrat

Friday, April 19

Legion opposed to cenotaph flag proposal: UTV

Royal British Legion – leave us out of Union flag storm: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

Flags 'will go up across town', group pledges: Larne Times

Priest – Catholics support the DUP: Impartial Reporter
Meadhbh Monahan

Dalai Lama says 'no other alternative to peace process' during visit to Derry: Belfast Telegraph

Why it's a negative peace while we remain divided: Belfast Telegraph
Brandon Hamber

Police officers injured in east Belfast trouble: BBC

Former DUP man jailed over racist pipe-bomb attack: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

IRA membership case adjourned after accused injured: The Irish Times

Challenge to murder file secrecy: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Maze prison redevelopment gets green light: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

IRA victim Brush 'can't back Maze plan': The News Letter
Sam McBride

Maze of problems worth resolving: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

A road to nowhere: Belfast Media
Jude Collins

Sinn Fein may ask for use of cover to pay for lost case: Irish News
John Manley

For Menendez, IRA ties preceded his hold on Thatcher resolution: DailyCaller.com
Charles Johnson

Elliott – "Intec Centre should be renamed Thatcher Centre": Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

McCrea recalls giving Thatcher his Gospel CD: The News Letter

Former Limerick minister reflects on Thatcher era: Limerick Leader
Mike Dwane

The late Baroness Margaret Thatcher had her good points: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
John Spain

MLA calls for Irish Passport Office in the North: Mid Ulster Mail

Independence – Unionists warn against pound move: The Scotsman
Eddie Barnes

Thursday, April 18

Peter Robinson and Martin McGuinness hold 'bonding session' to tackle the thorny issues that have divided them: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

I wish we'd killed Thatcher, says former INLA member as Bogside celebrates: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Hundreds cheer as Thatcher effigy burned in Derry's Bogside: Derry Journal

Airey Neave jibe labelled 'reprehensible and repugnant' by DUP MP: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Small protests in Northern Ireland mark Baroness Thatcher funeral: BBC

Republicans mark funeral with cake: Belfast Telegraph

Thatcher's verdict on the Irish – they're all liars: Irish Independent
Joe Churcher and Breda Heffernan

What Maggie Thatcher haters really say ... about themselves: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

A brass neck award must go to Ian Paisley senior: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Funeral flag was an utter disgrace: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Thatcher's legacy – We can learn some lessons: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Children as young as 14 arrested in Derry over seizure of items used in making petrol bombs: Belfast Telegraph

DUP cenotaph flag proposal likely to fail: The News Letter

Cenotaph flag plans at Belfast City Hall need Alliance support: BBC
Martina Purdy

Flags 'will go up on all routes into town': Portadown Times

Sinn Fein ard fheis – Just where do they stand on law and order?: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke and Chris Kilpatrick

'Parades Commission Newry decision sensible' – Brady: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Loyalist brutally attacked and left for dead in school grounds: Newtownabbey Times

Duncrue towpath bombing – Two released in PSNI murder bid investigation: BBC

Evidence served in Northern Ireland prison officer David Black murder case: Belfast Telegraph
Diarmaid Mac Dermott

Man accused of withholding information in Alan Ryan murder to go on trial: Irish Independent
Tom Tuite

Gang behind Ryan murder linked to €3m heroin haul: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

Prisoner's family win ruling on inquest: The News Letter

Troubles victims 'to be spared DLA check-ups': Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Hope for Troubles files – British Government considers releasing previously classified documents: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Plans for former Maze prison site 'to get go-ahead': BBC

Sunrise suggests Boston Irish 'link' to attack: IrishEcho (Australia)
Luke O'Neill

Boston bloodbath like a blast from the past for Mike: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Belfast, Boston and terrorism's fearful crucible: Louisville Courier-Journal
James F. Burns

What Britain can teach Boston: New York Daily News
Richard Barrett

Nuala O'Loan wins damages from DUP's Paul Givan over UTV interview: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Why libel doesn't cost MLAs a penny Insurance paid for by public covers O'Loan lawsuit settlement: Irish News

Police force strength 'critically low': BBC

Kerry birthplace of former leader's great-grandmother thought to have been used by IRA during Troubles: Irish Examiner
Donal Hickey

Show independence the red card: The Scotsman
Michael Kelly

Wednesday, April 17

Robinson and McGuinness discuss DUP-Sinn Fein row: BBC

Clear-the-air talks 'positive': Belfast Telegraph

Let's move process into new phase – McGuinness: Derry Journal

Stormont Special Advisers Bill faces fresh hurdles: TheDetail.tv
Steven McCaffery

Allister IRA advisers bill delayed: The News Letter

'Shared future strategy urgently needed 15 years after Belfast Agreement' – Alliance: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Ard fheis – New Deputy Speaker Mitchel McLaughlin eases concerns: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Sinn Fein ard fheis survey – The change is genuine, but attitudes are harder to shake: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

SDLP want new body to deal with flags: The News Letter

Police take no action after flag comments row: Newtownabbey Times

Teen flag protester 'does not come from sectarian family': Derry Journal

Queen's to fly flag at half-mast in Thatcher tribute: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

My father never got over being let down by Lady Thatcher: Portadown Times

Opinion divided on 'disrespectful' witch song: The News Letter

Biting Back – Northern Ireland sport defied Margaret Thatcher (Apr 10): Belfast Telegraph
Jim Gracey

Extravagant festival of mourning for Mrs Thatcher: Derry Journal
Eamonn McCann

Love or loathe Mrs Thatcher, there's no place for the torrent of bile and vitriol Margaret Thatcher, pictured in 2009, was vilified by many online. (Apr 15): Irish Independent

Two arrested over attempted murder of police officers in north Belfast bomb attack: Belfast Telegraph

Protestant enclave 'under siege' after sectarian onslaught: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Interface violence 'cheats entire community' – PSNI: Derry Journal

Misguided element stoking up tensions: Derry Journal

Two arrests over M5 police murder bid: UTV

Senior garda criticises PSNI on collusion data: Irish News
Sarah Stack

Police to examine Boston College recordings: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Quiet optimism as painstaking hunt for teenage IRA victim resumes: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Consul felt IRA navy bomb was doubtful for Londonderry: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Massive £330m project for A5 reaches end of the road: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Boston evokes painful NI memories: UTV

Boston blast 'revives Omagh memory': Belfast Telegraph

Omagh atrocity reporter breaks down in tears: Irish News

Good will always triumph over evil: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Ex-sister-in-law of Gerry Adams tells court she feared police would turn her into informer: Belfast Telegraph

'Argument against faith schools can be summed up in two words – Northern Ireland. Or perhaps one word – Glasgow': The Herald
Robbie Dinwoodie

Margaret Thatcher funeral – Most councils in Scotland refuse to lower flags in memory of former PM: Scottish Daily Record
Torcuil Crichton

Tuesday, April 16

DUP and Sinn Féin acknowledge worsening of relationship: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

McLaughlin elected Deputy Speaker: UTV

Stormont members to face quickfire questions: The News Letter

PSNI brace for further anti-Thatcher protests: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Northern Ireland police ready for trouble ahead of Thatcher funeral: Irish Independent
Michael McHugh

NI-born MP says Tories galvanised by Thatcher's death: The News Letter

Unionists wrong to take on Maggie: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

U-turn if you want to – unionists soften view on Iron Lady: Belfast Telegraph
Peter Shirlow

Maggie caused much heartache but it's time to bury her deeds: Irish Independent
Billy Keane

How Thatcher failed, but showed us that terrorism was futile: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

The pot Adams and the kettle Thatcher: Daily Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Witty, argumentative and emotional – the human side to Thatcher's political resolve (Apr 15): The Irish Times
Garret FitzGerald

PSNI urges political deal on flags: Belfast Telegraph

Police talks over UVF flags in Belfast: UTV

'Parents key to tackling interface violence': Derry Journal

What is the goal of dissident faction?: The News Letter
Alex Kane

High Court refuses to extradite man to Lithuania on terrorism and firearms charges: Irish Independent
Niamh O' Donoghue

'Paramilitaries in prison cannot dictate bail conditions': The News Letter

Loyalist trio guilty of £15,000 blackmail: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Higgins

Declassified documents reveal army lobbied Attorney General not to prosecute soldiers: TheDetail.tv
Barry McCaffrey

McKay calls for proper inquest into Rasharkin killing: Ballymoney Times

Search resumes for 17-year-old victim abducted and murdered by IRA: Irish Independent
Sarah Stack

IRA tapes to be handed to police after US supreme court ruling: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

US court rejects appeal on Price interview: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

Terrorist past of members of group awarded £1.3m: The News Letter

Cliftonville fans Thatcher coffin incident 'disgusting': BBC

FAI move to allay fears of repeat of Wembley violence in May friendly: Irish Examiner
Liam Mackey

Gardai and PSNI go door to door in south Armagh Donohoe probe: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Brady

Kennedy not to appeal A5 decision: UTV

Omagh council hopes A5 project can 'move forward' (Apr 9): The News Letter

A5 project not over yet – Deputy Charlie McConalogue: HighlandRadio.com

Cut losses on this road to nowhere: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

To hell or to Connacht, but Sinn Fein still going nowhere in polls: Irish Independent
John Downing

Scotland 'must have own currency' after Yes vote: The Herald
Magnus Gardham and Michael Settle

Yes campaign has it all to do (Apr 8): The Herald
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