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Wednesday, April 30

Peter Robinson could veto Maze report: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Has politics delivered a year of failure for the victims of the Troubles?: TheDetail.tv
Steven McCaffery

DUP accused of using Castlederg victims for electioneering purposes: Ulster Herald

I'm sorry for how UUP treated McClarty, says Mike Nesbitt: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Concern at unionist vote splitting: Tyrone Times
Gillian McDade

Alliance Party office in east Belfast petrol-bombed: BBC

'Petrol bombs won't force us out' – Long: UTV

More than two dozen Sinn Féin election posters removed: Ulster Herald

Outrage as election posters are removed: Ulster Star

Twaddell organiser Gerald Solinas – 'We shall not be moved until brethren get down that road': Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Parachute Regiment flag prompts fresh political row in Omagh: Ulster Herald

McLean slams SF over 'double standards': Mid Ulster Mail

Who murdered ex-CIRA leader?: Belfast Media

UDA goon Mo Courtney sweating over jail time: Sunday World

Man charged after eggs are thrown at Orange parade: The News Letter

Alcoholic walks free over Twelfth riot: UTV

McDaid trial set to begin: Irish News
Maeve Connolly

Villiers rejects call for Ballymurphy inquiry: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Families express outrage as Troubles killings reviews are rejected: Irish Mirror
Jilly Beattie

Ballymurphy families consider legal challenge: Irish News

Taoiseach disappointed with British refusal to hold Ballymurphy massacre investigation: Irish Independent
Daniel McConnell

No review of La Mon police probe: Belfast Telegraph

Decision not to hold La Mon inquiry 'devastating' for victims: The News Letter

Rawness of Loughinisland massacre ever present for families and victims: Irish Independent
Joe Molloy

The Belfast Tapes: Boston Globe
Thomas P. O'Neill III

The past needs to stay there if we're ever to move on: Sunday World
Richard Sullivan

Northern Assembly again rejects same-sex marriage proposal: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Northern Ireland's block on gay marriage bill faces legal action: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Papal visit is a welcome idea (Apr 28): Evening Herald
Editorial

Get in there and arrest the bigots – Former top cop slams police's handling of the latest Old Firm shame game: Scottish Daily Record
John Ferguson

UK 'wrong' on currency union – Scots billionaire: CNBC
Katy Barnato

Alex Salmond thinks 'yes' camp just bluffing... but it has all the aces: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Cochrane

I'm British, and I want to be able to talk about Scotland's independence vote: The Guardian
Fiona Laird

Cameron's Evangelical Turn: New York Times
Matthew D'Ancona

Tuesday, April 29

McGuinness should be tried if involved in 'criminal activity': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Peter Robinson insists Martin McGuinness should be tried in a court if evidence of IRA links are strong enough: Daily Mirror
Jilly Beattie

Martin McGuinness claims old – Peter Robinson: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

PSNI 'wrongly facilitated' loyalist flag protests: BBC

Loyalist flag protests – PSNI chief Matt Baggott will appeal judgement that force was wrong to allow illegal and violent protest marches: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew and Alan Erwin

Damning ruling by judge over loyalist flag protests – Too often the tail wagged the dog ... this was not the PSNI's finest hour: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

New political party founded in Dromore: Banbridge Leader

It is time to ban territory-marking election posters: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

I see no evidence that my vote will make a difference: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Overall party check-up finds Labour faltering, Sinn Fein rising: Irish Independent
Paul Moran

Don't underestimate survivor Gilmore, but May elections' big winner will be Sinn Fein: Irish Independent
Shane Coleman

Reprisal attack fears for Twaddell accused: UTV

PSNI to meet Polish Consul over attacks: UTV

Man arrested in connection with Crossan murder – "I'm innocent.": Sunday World
Paula Mackin

Gardai – Probe into murder of Alan Ryan 'ongoing and active': Irish Independent
Gareth Naughton

Government rejects probe into army shooting of 11 civilians in Ballymurphy: TheDetail.tv
Niall McCracken

Police to re-examine UDR man's murder: UTV

Florida gun was used in murder bid on agent (Apr 27): (from the Sunday Life)
Suzanne Breen

Gunrunner Logan won't co-operate with inquiry (Apr 27): (from the Sunday Life)
Suzanne Breen

Immediate removal of IRA playpark name is rejected: The News Letter

How I'll restore Faith – Republicans need Christ: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Bradley congratulates Church of Ireland Irish Language Society on Centenary: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Manning says Ferriter being 'precious' over 1916: The Irish Times
Mark Hilliard

Democratic Unionist Party blocks same-sex marriage motion: BBC

Sectarian hatred, flares and smoke bombs mar Glasgow Cup Final between Celtic and Rangers' youth teams: Scottish Daily Record
John Dingwall

Salmond under fire over ban threat to EU fleets: The Herald
Magnus Gardham

Alex Salmond admires Putin – one more way in which he's the Scottish Nigel Farage: Daily Telegraph
Graeme Archer

If Ed Miliband is the Union's saviour then the Union is doomed: The Spectator
Alex Massie

Cornwall's identity is about so much more than pasties and clotted cream (Apr 24): The Guardian
Michael Morpurgo

Ignore the Ukippers – Britain wants to stay in the EU: Daily Telegraph
Iain Martin

Monday, April 28

Martin criticises Irish and British governments for failure on peace process issues: The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

Party chief claims peace process is 'neglected': Irish Independent
Daniel McConnell

An admission of IRA membership from Adams 'would boost peace': The News Letter

Police restrain man as he lunges at East Belfast MP Naomi Long: Belfast Telegraph

Rising tide of race hate attacks slammed by NI21 election candidate: The News Letter
Adam Kula

Chinese welfare chief runs for NI21 (Apr 24): Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

NI parties face £2,500 fine for election posters along Giro route: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

SF on course for Euro election victories but FG's Kelly faces defeat (Apr 26): Irish Independent
John Downing

Labour – Think long and hard before voting Sinn Féin: Irish Examiner
Mary Regan

German dissident republican dies: Londonderry Sentinel

The weapons man – 'I gave the IRA powerful anti-tank shells the US Army used in Iraq war' (Apr 27): The Sunday Life
Suzanne Breen

McGuinness concern over royal visit to mark 1916: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Micheál Martin sets stall for 1916 events: Irish Examiner
Mary Regan

Public meeting on centenary events 'not sparked by Ferriter remarks': The Irish Times
Mark Hilliard

Enda Kenny hopes Pope Francis will visit Northern Ireland: BBC

Church-State bond now 'healthier', says Kenny: The Irish Times
Paddy Agnew, Patsy McGarry

Cardinal Seán Brady supports Taoiseach's initiative to invite Pope to Ireland: RTE

Religious education no longer a matter of faith (Apr 27): Sunday Independent
Colum Kenny

Religion in schools (Apr 23): The Irish Times
Editorial

David Cameron will not have to resign if he loses the Scottish independence referendum
Iain Martin

Sillars v Galloway – How the independence debate is dividing the left: BBC
Aiden James

Scottish independence – Salmond and Hague clash over EU membership: BBC

Union only way for best of both worlds (Apr 27): Scotland on Sunday
John Reid

Can Ed Miliband save the Union?: The Spectator
James Forsyth

Miliband takes up the Union baton (Apr 24): The Scotsman
Editorial

Former archbishop of Canterbury – We are a post-Christian nation (Apr 26): Daily Telegraph
Tim Ross, Cole Moreton and James Kirkup

Sunday, April 27

Haass peace proposals under threat if Unionists agree to back 'contract': Sunday Independent

Fury at political signs on Black Mountain: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Belfast Republican at centre of gun-running allegations delivers Easter address in Carrickmore: Ulster Herald

Poll – FG gets it in the neck; Sinn Fein rampant; new party call: Sunday Independent
Daniel McConnell and John Drennan

'Cinderella girl' looks likely to claim capital as respectable face of Sinn Fein Nua: Sunday Independent
John Drennan

Canary Wharf bomb survivor 'honoured' to lay wreath for murdered policewoman (Apr 23): The News Letter

Northern Ireland needs to get on with welfare, planning, employment law and public sector reform (Apr 24): Belfast Telegraph
Mark Brotherston

The first anniversary of a Stormont success story (Apr 9): The News Letter
Editorial

Poll finds we'd welcome UK royals to 1916 event: Sunday Independent
Alyson Henry

Nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition – Judging by Cameron's 'Christian country' comment you'd think he'd proposed a 21st version (Apr 25): Belfast Telegraph
John McAllister

Catholic schools already facilitating religious education opt-out, says group chairman (Apr 23): The Irish Times
Peter Mcguire

The Irish outsider set to lead British intelligence agency GCHQ: Irish Post
Katy Harrington

Decline of two Civil War parties may see us become ungovernable: Sunday Independent
Dan O'Brien

Inside the Convention on the Constitution (Apr 1): The Irish Times
Tom Arnold

Westminster doing 'no preparation for Scots independence' (Apr 24): BBC
Robert Preston

Eastern Europeans in Scotland will vote 'Yes' and hand Alex Salmond victory in September's referendum (according to an SNP campaigner, that is): Daily Mail
Lizzie Edmonds

Yes campaign enlighten the south: Scotland on Sunday
Andrew Wilson

What Yes need to do now to win the referendum: Sunday Herald
Stan Blackley

An independent North-east? The possibility that Scotland will govern itself has re-invigorated those in the north of England who want more local powers (Apr 26): The Independent
Jamie Merrill

Where would you rather live – Great Britain or little England? (Apr 22): The Guardian
Nick Clegg

Saturday, April 26

Victims' body calls on parties to sign its anti-terror pact: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Number of candidates up as 10 in contest for NI's three MEP seats: The News Letter

DUP, TUV and NI Conservatives left pink-faced after flouting posters ban on Giro d'Italia route: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

NI21 won't contest in NW this time out: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

European and council elections give Northern Ireland chance to pass judgement on parties for first time in three years: Belfast Telegraph
Samuel Morrison

I'm your MP, ma'am, not a thief!: The News Letter
Sammy Wilson

It's the turnout in flagship elections that counts (Apr 24): Belfast Telegraph
Bill White

A wide choice of candidates in a key pan-European poll: The News Letter
Editorial

Midlands-North-West – SF likely to top poll as FG duo slug it out for spot in monster four-seater: Irish Independent
John Downing

No looking back for SF as poll win beckons: Irish Independent
Lise Hand

Elliott raises issue of flags for new council again: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

CARA slam Easter Monday parades decision: Belfast Media

PPS to review prosecutions on IRA parade: The News Letter

David Black murder accused jailed for calling officer a 'ginger c***': Mid Ulster Mail

Tommy Crossan murder – Police appeal over burnt out red BMW car used in west Belfast shooting: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Jail for intimidation gang who shouted 'Óglaigh na hÉireann': Ulster Herald

Third serious race crime in Belfast in days – Man stabbed in the leg and subjected to abuse during attack: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Garda silent on call to question Gerry Adams on bomb: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

New '30 for 30' – How One of Ireland's Greatest World Cup Moments Became a Day of Tragedy: Hollywood Reporter
Debbie Emery

ESPN doc uncovers link between 1994 World Cup and Loyalist massacre: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Sean Dunne

Fury at petition on park name: The News Letter

Secret Clinton White House files were critical of Northern Irish leaders: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

Strabane Sinn Féin council vice-chair accused of assaulting SDLP man: Ulster Herald

Artistic praise for 'legend' Adams: Irish Independent

If 'inclusive' faith schools aren't broken, Ruairi, don't keep on trying to fix them (Apr 25): Irish Independent
David Quinn

Scottish independence – CBI does U-turn on supporting no campaign: The Guardian
Severin Carrell

MoD – Russian bombers boost case for Union: The Scotsman
David Maddox

Women are the pandas of the Scottish referendum: The Guardian
Ruth Wishart

Britishness is so yesterday – now you're either English, Scottish or Welsh: Birmingham Post
Jonathan Walker

Nationalism spreads length and breadth of UK: The Herald
Michael Settle

From Cornwall to Scotland, the UK is in dire need of defenders: Daily Telegraph
Charles Moore

Friday, April 25

Too many unionists splitting the Euro vote, says DUP boss Robinson: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Nicholson to run for UUP in Europe: UTV

Diane Dodds to run for DUP in Europe: UTV

Northern Ireland parties complain about posters theft: BBC

DUP election candidate brands Alliance 'scum': Newtownabbey Times
Duncan Elder

Who's going to think outside the box and get us voting?: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Alex Kane's decision to abstain is a vote to be ignored: The News Letter
Lemit Opik

The collapse of the Stormont institutions is not inevitable, but it is much closer than most people realise: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Masked men escort funeral of paramilitary victim in Belfast: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

DUP's fury over 'paramilitary show of strength' at funeral of republican Tommy Crossan: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Bomb alert at Belfast police station declared a hoax: Belfast Telegraph

Criticism of those who wear 'convict uniform to toast Queen': Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Veteran republican McKee (92) hosts Rising ceremony: Irish News
Connla Young

Diplomat – US will assist probe into IRA gun-running: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Villiers' sums 'don't add up': Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Mass rule is 'destroying the Orange Order': Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

SF leader 'mired in IRA murder machine': Irish Independent
Daniel McConnell

Mary Lou McDonald dismisses claims over Gerry Adams's IRA past as election ploy: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

Rosemount hoodie assault 'sectarian': Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Gang of 15 that attacked Polish trio playing football 'needs taken off the streets': Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford and Claire Williamson

Gun attack – Family at home during 'hate crime' in west Belfast: BBC

As local communities become increasingly diverse, a sinister new tribalism takes hold: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford and Claire Williamson

I have only seen kindness in east Belfast, says Pole: The News Letter

Racist attacks shame our society: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Delay in appointing US-Dublin ambassador 'unfortunate': The News Letter

Bigoted 'ignoramuses' blamed for first case of blue plaque vandalism: Belfast Telegraph
Danny Lorimer

It's time we honoured the dead of Great War – President: Irish Independent
Ralph Riegel

Scottish independence – BBC suspends CBI membership: The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

How would Scottish independence change Westminster?: BBC
Justin Parkinson

Cornwall is far more than just a county – and now it's official: Daily Telegraph
Petroc Trelawney

Thursday, April 24

Adams and McGuinness 'ordered transportation of explosives': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

DUP – Gerry Adams and Martin McGuinness must admit roles over IRA dynamite claim: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Martin McGuinness a 'traitor to Ireland' – masked CIRA man's chilling speech: The Sunday Life
Sara Girvin

Like him or not... Tommy Crossan is still a Troubles victim: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

East Belfast MP claims Alliance party is target of sinister campaign: TheGuardian.com
Henry McDonald

NI21's Tina McKenzie to attend victims' election Q&A: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Europe has turned us into a begging bowl culture: The News Letter

Alex Attwood – I'll oppose EU withdrawal: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Central records could improve electoral register: The News Letter

Men arrested in dissident probe: Derry Journal

Derry – Three released in dissident republican investigation: BBC

Bomb suspect Keith McConnan is refused bail: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Higgins

Man to appear in court in connection to death of dissident republican: Irish Independent

Blackmail accused is refused bail: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Fountain attact 'sectarian': Derry Journal

No excuses for race hate: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Trio 'tore down flags' at Twaddell protest camp, court hears: Belfast Telegraph

Northern Ireland activist fears for his life after helping convict loyalist: TheGuardian.com
Henry McDonald

Jonny Adair linked to Florida gun-running saga after BBC Spotlight programme: Sunday World
Jamie McDowell

More pain for Poppy Day bombing victim's family: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

US civil rights veteran urges faith in peace process: The News Letter

Additional £250k awarded for peace projects: Newtownabbey Times

It's time to grow up and move on by inviting British royals to 1916 celebrations: Evening Herald
Gerry O'Carroll

An independent Scotland would be unable to support its own welfare system, Government insists: The Independent
Andrew Grice

Alex Salmond's reassuring St George's Day address: The Scotsman
Isabel Hardman

People of Scotland – vote yes, and set us English free: TheGuardian.com
Billy Bragg

As the Yes side rises in the polls, Scotland prepares for a Neverendum: The Spectator
Alex Massie

'This is a proud day for us' – Cornish will be recognised as national minority group for the first time after 15-year campaign: Daily Mail
Mark Duell

Wednesday, April 23

Unionist Tina McKenzie hurt by demand to sign 'non-violence declaration' because dad was in IRA: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

We're not telling people to vote for the DUP, say UDA's political advisers: The News Letter
Sam McBride

I'll put Ireland first, says Sinn Fein MEP Martina Anderson: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

'First and foremost a Belfast man' (Apr 17): Irish Catholic
Martin O'Brien

Unionist party uses Irish in election poster: The Irish Times
Pól Ó Muirí

Irish posters not a stunt – NI21: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Alex Kane is wrong to waste his vote: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Protest camp attack 'hate crime': Irish News

Twaddell attack – three are arrested: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Teens attacked by men in sectarian assault in Antrim: The News Letter

'Absolutely no place' for dissident commemoration: The News Letter

Man arrested following Derry shootings: UTV

Gang boss ordered hit on Tommy Crossan in row over money: Sunday World
Paula Mackin

Sorry dissidents yesterday's men: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Secret journal holds the key to murder of MI5 spy: Irish Mirror
Jilly Beattie

Gerry Adams accused of giving IRA orders by ex-IRA man Peter Rogers: BBC
Shane Harrison

Victims confront Villiers over past: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

Orange Order and Coiste na nIarchimí back Queen's course: BBC

Young deserve bright new future (Apr 11): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Labour tells canvassers to target Sinn Féin: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

US civil rights leaders hope to build bridges and learn from Northern Ireland: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

Republic of Ireland back in Commonwealth? It's not as mad as it sounds, says senior Tory MP Fabricant: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

A go-it-alone Scotland won't undermine our place in the UK: Belfast Telegraph
George Kerevan

Provocative Alex Salmond promises an independent Scotland will help north of England fight the power of London: The Independent
Andrew Grice

Where Does England Go if Scotland Goes Free?: Bloomberg
Mark Gilbert

I've never voted Conservative, but Scotland's anti-Tory hatefest fills me with shame (Apr 22): Daily Telegraph
Tom Gallagher

Voting No is the positive move: The Scotsman
Douglas Alexander

Non-political voices need to argue to save the Union: Daily Telegraph
Editorial

Scotland's uncertain vote (Apr 22): The Irish Times
Editorial

The UK is a Christian country, whether the Left like it or not: The Spectator
Harry Cole

Tuesday, April 22

Martin McGuinness criticised by republican dissidents for toast to Queen: TheGuardian.com
Henry McDonald

What's on the menu for the rebranded Sinn Fein: Tribune Magazine
John Coulter

'I don't see mass appetite at a street level for the armed campaign': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Unionist party NI21 goes Gaelic in hunt for Euro election voters: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Why not voting might be the only way to change things: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Electorate tires of parties doing the hokey cokey: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Controversial parade passes church with single drum beat: Irish News
Connla Young

Peaceful start to Northern Ireland's marching season helps to ease tensions: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Apprentice Boys parade – Statement 'could stop march protests': BBC

Gesture by Apprentice Boys leads to call for respect from nationalists: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Biggest gathering of Republicans took place at The Loup: Mid Ulster Mail

Legal bid to recover murdered Denis Donaldson's journal: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Arrest Sinn Fein chief Gerry Adams over Jean McConville murder, says republican: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Families' fury as Omagh suspects bid to overturn £1.6m damages: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Omagh bombings case – the European Court of Human Rights gets it wrong, again: Daily Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Banner for IRA man Raymond McCreesh 'an insult to terror victims': The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Online petition to retain Raymond McCreesh Park name: The Cross Examiner

Stormont's dead hand slows pipeline of key infrastructure: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Two racist attacks every day in Northern Ireland's race-hate crime surge: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Irish President is latest to commend work of Enniskillen church leaders: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Where are they now? Northern Ireland peace is Ed Petersen's mission: Bergen Record
Ed Mills

Celebrate peace by letting Ireland join the Commonwealth – MP: Daily Telegraph
Matthew Holehouse

Quinn criticises pace of religious education changes: Irish Examiner
Niall Murray

Parents' views must be sacred in religion debate: Irish Independent
Editorial

No more church on demand – Bishop McKeown: Derry Journal
Claire Allan

Scottish independence – Universities quit CBI: The Scotsman
Scott Macnab

Scots are not morally superior. That's why I believe in solidarity with the folk living south of Carlisle: The Guardian
Tom Morton

David Cameron 'fostering alienation and division' by calling Britain a 'Christian country' (Apr 21): The Independent
James Vincent

Monday, April 21

'Time to begin discussing how to heal shared hurts': Irish News
John Manley

Exodus – If we let our children go, our future will slip away too (Apr 7): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Northern Ireland risks losing a generation who will build their future elsewhere (Apr 7): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Man released in Crossan murder probe: UTV

Tommy Crossan killers 'just criminals masquerading as republicans': Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Murdered former CIRA boss Tommy Crossan had been planning to move to Limerick: Irish Mirror
Alana Fearon

The CIRA commander and the Protestant pastor: (from the Sunday Life)
Suzanne Breen

'Public execution calculated to bring fear to community': Irish News

Why Tommy Crossan had so many enemies: (from the Sunday Life)
Suzanne Breen

Alan Ryan's gang fearing for lives in jail: Irish Mirror
Garreth MacNamee

UKIP select Ulster Scots enthusiast for Mid Ulster council election: Tyrone Times

After terrorists go to European court... Human rights law helps murderers not victims, say Omagh families: Daily Mail
Chris Greenwood

Fury as Omagh suspects closer to avoiding €1.9m claim: Irish Independent
Chris Kilpatrick

Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams 'most popular leader in Republic of Ireland' despite difficult year: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Arrest Adams now for McConville murder says ex-republican prisoner: (from the Sunday Life)
Suzanne Breen

Let's back integrated education (Apr 16): Belfast Telegraph
India Fahy

Parades commemorate Easter Rising: UTV

Adams accuses Government of dumbing down 1916 Rising: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Government backs British royals' invite to 1916 events: Irish Examiner
Mary Regan

Descendants of Rising leaders welcome plan for royal invitation: Irish Independent
Emma Jane Hade

Why battle of Clontarf was a cake walk compared to commemorating the Rising: Irish Independent
John Downing

Easter Rising should be marked by an Irish Patriots' Day: The Irish Times
Steve Coronella

Community Relations Council and Equality Commission merger a folly, says Attwood: Belfast Telegraph

US investment funds on Northern Ireland shopping spree (Apr 9): BBC

Scots 'are driven to vote Yes by Tory success': The Scotsman
Andrew Whitaker

The English-born on independence (Apr 19): The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

So what do the English think of Scottish independence? (Apr 20): The Observer
Kevin McKenna

A new poll shows Scotland on the brink of independence. Time for the 'no' side to panic: The Spectator
Hamish Macdonell

Sunday, April 20

Churches deliver a unified message of hope for future: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Postwar era filled with empty words: Sunday Independent
John-Paul McCarthy

'Derry is a beacon of hope' in terms of reconciliation – McGuinness (Apr 17): Derry Journal

Unionists 'could control six new super councils': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Local Government Bill – Let's make Northern Irish politics truly local (Apr 17): Belfast Telegraph
John McAllister

There will be more democratic accountability in Northern Ireland with reform of local government (Apr 10): Belfast Telegraph
Colum Eastwood

Dissident murder – Priest calls on community not to let fear after 'public execution' win: The News Letter
Aine Fox

Former CIRA leader Tommy Crossan murdered through window of office: The News Letter
Aine Fox

Man alleged to be involved in killing of Celtic star's IRA pal dodges extradition due to court blunder: Scottish Daily Record
David Taylor

Omagh bombing – Real IRA terrorists appeal to European Court: Sunday Telegraph
David Barrett and Patrick Sawer

Omagh bombing – families' long fight for justice goes on: Sunday Telegraph
Patrick Sawer and David Barrett

Dublin and Monaghan bombings weren't raised on State Visit says Gilmore: TheJournal.ie
Paul Hosford

DUP 'committed to change after youth opinion poll' (Apr 12): Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Education is bands forum's primary focus: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Ulster Museum tackles the Troubles... and not before time (Apr 18): Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

David McClarty was a man with old fashioned honour: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Flanagan warns Cabinet to beware SF/FF coalition: Sunday Independent
John Drennan

Judge asks teenager to spell Tiocfaidh ár lá: Ulster Herald

Paul Tweed hopes to build mediation business from the middle up (Apr 9): The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Fears for north-south trade as new truck levy comes into force (Apr 2): The News Letter
Adam Kula

'There are no nomad cattle in Ireland' (Aptr 17): Agriland.ie
Richard Halleron

Councillor prays for end to chamber's ban on crucifix: Sunday Independent
Majella O'Sullivan

Where is political outcry over cartoon attacking priests? (Apr 19): The Irish Times
Breda O'Brien

Referendum race on knife edge as No support slides: Scotland on Sunday
Tom Peterkin

Scottish independence – STV quits CBI over No stance: Scotland on Sunday
Rory Reynolds

CBI's indy outlook vital to help voters: The Herald
Editorial

A no vote in Scotland will be no endorsement of Britain (Mar 28): The Guardian
Jonathan Freedland

Irishman challenges law new Canadian citizens must swear allegiance to the Queen (Apr 8): Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Sheila Langan

Brendan Duddy and the Colombians (Apr 8): Derry Journal

Saturday, April 19

IFI chair says Forum can cement peace: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

The big snag regarding an opposition in Northern Ireland Assembly: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

We must get out of cynical politics and create a vision for the future: The News Letter
Sammy Wilson

Northern Ireland politicians still failing to deliver: Belfast Telegraph
Patrick Corrigan

The Young – Politics – a massive vote of no confidence for the folks on the hill (Apr 7): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Anywhere else but here, Sinn Fein wouldn't stand a chance: Evening Herald
Gerry Gregg

Ford predicts council gains for Alliance: The News Letter

Mark Brotherston – I'll be part of the full Conservative team in Brussels: Belfast Telegraph
Steven Alexander

Ex-IRA chief and 'British spy' is shot dead in Belfast in 'tragic reminder of violent past conflict': Irish Mirror
Jilly Beattie and Chris Sherrard

Man held over killing of former Continuity IRA leader: Daily Telegraph
Patrick Sawer

Tommy Crossan – Dissident republican's killing condemned: BBC

Dissident activity – Arrest: Londonderry Sentinel
Olga Bradshaw

List of victims who died in Northern Ireland Troubles read out: The Irish Times
Kitty Holland

Daughter to sue police and state over loyalist murder of Dinny Mullen in Moy: Mid Ulster Mail

The Brinks Trial Ends With No IRA Link: Rochester Democrat & Chronicle
Gary Craig

Al Sharpton, the FBI informer, once accused IRA in Tawana Brawley case (Apr 14): Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

Unionist MLA David McClarty dies: UTV

Magherafelt-born priest takes on Peter Robinson over Pope invite: Mid Ulster Mail

Successor to Brady would 'love to see visit by Pope': Irish Independent
Sarah McDonald

An editorial lapse: The Irish Times
Editorial

Giro d'Italia is the latest chapter in the turnaround of Belfast: The News Letter
Editorial

Fianna Fail attacks plans for royals to join 1916 celebrations: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan

New love affair with Britain shouldn't shape how we plan to mark the Rising anniversary: Irish Independent
Gerard O'Regan

Myths surrounding Easter 1916 and the first World War seem identical by now: The Irish Times
Declan Kiberd

2016 – a jamboree or a real challenge?: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Twenty years a-commenting – some things don't change (Apr 16): The Irish Times
Vincent Browne

Why don't other religions have days off too?: Evening Herald

Only 46% think religion is good for the country (Apr 18): Irish Examiner
Caroline O'Doherty

Ireland's political parties competing to be most Diaspora-friendly: Irish Post
Niall O'Sullivan

Violence at levels not seen since Troubles – Martin: Irish Independent
Sarah McDonald

Glasgow 2014 – Kirk warns Scots of England rivalry (Apr 17): The Scotsman
Craig Brown

CBI backs no vote in Scottish independence referendum: The Guardian

Why Scots should beware the V-word: The Scotsman
Brian Wilson

Friday, April 18

UUP leader Nesbitt welcomes Villiers' views on Opposition: The News Letter

Stormont needs a face-saving way out of welfare reform mess: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Theresa Villiers stirs up a hornets' nest: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Would-be Unionist politician admits Catholic Facebook question was 'badly worded': Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

UKIP is non-sectarian, non-rascist – Hamilton: Londonderry Sentinel
Peter Hutcheon

Big race for Euro votes finally gets under way: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Alliance Euro-candidate Anna Lo – Irish unity furore won't cost me votes: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Sinn Féin condemns PSNI arrest over Easter lily: Ulster Herald

Fermanagh's 'different breed' that sets the Orange Standard: Impartial Reporter
Warren Little

'Craigy bonfire set to go tyre free: Antrim Times

Man assaulted by baseball bat gang: UTV

CIRA vows to execute top criminals: Irish Examiner
Stephen Rogers

€20m of fake notes seized after major sting on dissidents: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

David Black murder – Sean McVeigh released on bail: Portadown Times

Jean McConville – Two women arrested in connection with IRA killing released pending report: Belfast Telegraph

Jean McConville murder – Two women released pending PPS reports: BBC

Easter seeds of 'peace': UTV
Brian Rowan

To say Northern Ireland is good example of peacemaking is beyond parody (Apr 4): Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Sinn Féin 'seriously misrepresents' bishop on abortion: Irish Catholic
Michael Kelly

Sinn Fein issue apology to Bishop John McAreavey over abortion claims in letters: Irish Mirror
Victoria McMahon

Young people ahead of the curve – The Belfast Telegraph survey of attitudes among youth made for fascinating reading (Apr 14): Belfast Telegraph
Mark Brotherston

'Am I Irish or British? Or something in between?' (Apr 14): The Irish Times
Shane Nagle

Lack of Catholic presence 'an affront' – priest: Irish Catholic
Cathal Barry

State visit a seminal moment in history of Anglo-Irish relations: The News Letter
Christopher Moran

Why British-Irish relations can rise even further in 2016: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Clearing away the mush and gush of the State visit: The Irish Times
Eamonn McCann

Remembering the 1916 Easter Rising means discussing the future: Belfast Telegraph
Declan Kearney

The Troubles on stage is 'no regular drama' (Apr 12): The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Celtic fan given 32-month ban over IRA chant (Apr 8): The Scotsman
Ashlie McAnally

Anti-racism chief 'disgusted' by footage of Celtic star Leigh Griffiths' racist chant (Apr 8): Scottish Daily Record
Annie Brown, Paul O'Hare

Is the No camp killing the Union?: The Scotsman
Joyce McMillan

Scottish referendum: the UK is on shifting sands – we can't assume survival (Apr 16): The Guardian
Martin Kettle

Yes vote will not break family ties (Apr 8): The Scotsman
Allan Massie

Bolton council votes for schools to sing the national anthem and fly the union flag: Daily Telegraph
Padraic Flanagan

Thursday, April 17

Theresa Villiers – Stop fighting over past and start delivering for present: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Villiers comments 'insensitive to thousands of victims': The News Letter

NCA could only investigate in Northern Ireland if chief constable agrees: TheGuardian.com
Henry McDonald

Nicholson to run for UUP in Europe: UTV

Mask slips in Ukip's Euro bid (Apr 14): Belfast Telegraph
Mohammed Samaana

Victim to stand for council (Apr 15): The News Letter

Former Tory Bill Manwaring rejoins UUP to run for seat on council: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Frazer fails to get bail conditions relaxed for election canvass: The News Letter

Twaddell flags and bunting are lowered: Belfast Media
Evan Short

Grand master faces expulsion after conviction for ban breach: Irish News
Connla Young

Loyalists protest at Maghaberry over jail conditions: Sunday World
Steven Moore

Rioting warning after teenager arrested for possession of petrol bomb: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Mum of pizza shop murder victim tells of gang who tortured son: Sunday World
Eavan Murray

Victims Commissioner Kathryn Stone steps down from 'most challenging role': The News Letter
Aine Fox

Provo murder bid survivor demands answer over gun (Apr 13): (from the Sunday Life)
Suzanne Breen

Omagh bombing accused Seamus Daly was 'living under the radar' for five years: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Woman arrested in Belfast over Jean McConville murder: TheGuardian.com
Henry McDonald

Jean McConville murder – Woman released over 1972 case: BBC

Posters demanding 'local jobs for local people' miss the point. The problem is the shortage of skilled workers being trained here (Apr 10): Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Protestant alienation runs deep (Apr 9): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

'Lá Dearg march a great success' – Bradley: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Why a royal presence at the 1916 Rising centenary would be a historical contrivance: Irish Independent
Diarmaid Ferriter

Mid-ranking officers fear reform may be too radical (Apr 16): Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Irish FA bans 'Billy Boys' song for Linfield fans: BBC

Why England will always hold a special place as our sporting enemy: Irish Independent
Mandy Johnston

Energy deal collapse surprising in wake of State visit bonhomie (Apr 15): The Irish Times
Frank McDonald

Energy trading pact with Britain still 'inevitable' (Apr 14): Irish Independent
Anne-Marie Walsh

Scottish referendum could lead to 'instability' in the North, says report: The Irish Times
Arthur Beesley

An American verdict on the plan to saw Britain in half – 'You must be mad': Daily Telegraph
Sean Thomas

Why I believe it makes little sense to unravel the Union: The Herald
Andrew McKie

Scotland is the bedrock of Britain's defences (Apr 15): Daily Telegraph
Con Coughlin

Wednesday, April 16

Theresa Villiers – Stormont could fall if it cannot evolve and embody a normal opposition: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Theresa Villiers says Northern Ireland's chief constable will run crime agency: TheGuardian.com
Henry McDonald

Peter Robinson – Why Gerry Adams is at the heart of my problems with Sinn Fein: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Where are all Spike Murray's mates now?: (from the Sunday Life)
Suzanne Breen

Republicans say McGuinness should stay away from Easter commemorations: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Truth, lies and Martin McGuinness: The Spectator
Douglas Murray

A case of 'much done, more to do' for Sinn Féin: Dublin People
Tony McCullagh

Good Neighbours at last?: The London Economic
Tomás McGoldrick

The President's state visit raised questions for unionists: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Peter Robinson – I am hopeful for a deal on parades by the summer: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Vote transfer call shows DUP are spooked, says Allister: The News Letter

Can the DUP still display leadership amid elections and parades? (Apr 14): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Judge's marching season jail warning: UTV

Royal Black bandsmen fined £150 each for playing music outside chapel: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

SDLP man hails band's 'touching' tribute: Ulster Star

PUP has 'constructive' meeting with Labour's Ivan Lewis: The News Letter

Dramatic rise in racism attacks in NI: UTV

Two arrested after fertilizer found in van: Irish News
Allison Morris

Man arrested in connection with Kevin Kearney murde: The News Letter

Accused policemen lose legal gamble to hide their identities: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Price-Rea died of 'toxic mix' of medications: Irish Examiner
Gareth Naughton

'Omagh suspect' Patrick Joseph 'Mooch' Blair still being questioned: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Birmingham pub bombings – Victims' families say third bomb revelations supports call for public inquiry (Apr 13): Birmingham Mail

Villiers calls for 'proportionate' focus on paramilitaries rather than state: The News Letter

'Delay, delay, delay' – Northern Ireland Troubles inquests still outstanding (Apr 13): The Guardian
Ian Cobain

The Young – The path to peace is pot-holed by our deepening brain drain (Apr 7): Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara and Joanne Sweeney

The kids are alright... and can teach us a thing or two (Apr 9): Belfast Telegraph
Mike Gilson

Gaelic star who starred in gay porn film under threat from provisionals: Sunday World
Mick McCaffrey

Obama no closer to replacing ambassador: Irish Independent
Anne-Marie Walsh

Former key Belfast adviser appointed to top job in British surveillance agency: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Crucifix conflict splits Kerry county council: The Irish Times
Anne Lucey

Scottish independence poll shows gap narrowing: The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

Scottish independence – Claims women are 'more sceptical': BBC

Scotland warned Nato membership could be in jeopardy: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

'National pride is shrinking in the UK' – survey (Apr 7): Daily Telegraph
Padraic Flanagan



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