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Thursday, April 30

North Belfast – Outgoing MP Nigel Dodds favourite to hold seat: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Westminster #Election2015 – Mid Ulster unionist voters feeling 'sold out': Mid Ulster Mail
Shauna Corr

Newry and Armagh 2015 – Long shots lining up to challenge Sinn Fein favourite: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

It's a tight fight for Fermanagh and South Tyrone but Sinn Féin has the edge (Apr 26): (from the Sunday Life)
Suzanne Breen

It's time to vote for hope, not fear – with me we can all strive for better: Belfast Telegraph
Mike Nesbitt

In 2010 people put their trust in Alliance and Naomi Long and we delivered for them (Apr 27): Belfast Telegraph
David Ford

Why Cameron won't talk about the DUP: The Herald
Robbie Dinwoodie

'New debates' needed for Northern Ireland's changing demographics: The Irish Times
Pamela Duncan

Poll – Thousands add their name to petition calling for Northern Ireland referendum on gay marriage: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson and Michael McHugh

UUP and DUP reject Sinn Féin's gay marriage referendum proposal: BBC

Martin McGuinness loses his cool in first televised election debate: The News Letter
Sam McBride

SDLP candidate – I don't agree with my party's policy: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Election Diary: We shouldn't pry into sexual orientation – DUP: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Candidate – Wells right to link child abuse to same-sex relationships: Irish News
John Monaghan

The DUP should realise that compassion is a two-way street: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Wells made a blunder, but the door should stay open for his return (Apr 28): The News Letter
Editorial

Former UUP mayor fights for No vote in Republic's gay marriage poll: The News Letter

Schoolchildren evacuated from Lisburn Pond Park Primary School amid bomb security alert: Belfast Telegraph

Bail refused to alleged dissident on terror charges: The News Letter

Young Conway Volunteers – Band members convicted in 'sectarian song' case: BBC

Bandsmen guilty of playing sectarian tune: UTV
Alan Erwin

No prosecution over band's Ardoyne 'hate speech': The News Letter

Former British Army officer will tomorrow receive writ over 1973 murder of Catholic in East Belfast: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Ulster Musuem accused of 'republican bias' over bookshop offering: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Paying price of financial lunacy: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

A5 Corridor – £72m 'wasted' on Northern Ireland's biggest ever roads project... despite being stalled for 8 years: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

The mini-revival of the Irish language (Apr 28): The Irish Times
Arminta Wallace

It's time for the State to embrace the public's grá for Irish: Irish Examiner
Julian de Spáinn

Overseas Irish let down again says Daly: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Petition calls for would-be SNP MP Brendan O'Hara to stand down as a candidate over use of word 'hun': The Herald
Martin Williams

'Unpatriotic Cameron should be ashamed of himself for putting Union at risk', says Ed Balls in extraordinary attack at Tory PM: Daily Mail
Matt Chorley

Wednesday, April 29

Sinn Féin – Irish expats say party should consider Westminster role: BBC
Mark Simpson

DUP strategy to avoid moral issues in disarray: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Upper Bann constituency profile: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Why I'm voting for a party that's looking forward not backward: Belfast Telegraph
Nuala McKeever

DUP leader Peter Robinson says party could work with Conservatives or Labour: BBC

Tory coalition with DUP and Ukip could spell the end of the BBC as we know it: Belfast Telegraph
Jon Stone

Choose SDLP and we'll help rid country of both austerity and the Tories: Belfast Telegraph
Alasdair McDonnell

We're all set for a fascinating election count: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Election prolongs welfare impasse, says Peter Robinson: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

An independent candidate standing in Northern Ireland wants to criminalise homosexuality: The Independent
Jon Stone

Mid Ulster UKIP candidate voices opposition to gay marriage: Mid Ulster Mail

Basic respect for others extends to our politicians too: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Organisers call off Glengormley band parade: The News Letter
Duncan Elder

Derry bombers' 'inadequate' warning risked lives, say Northern Ireland police: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Bishops visit site of bomb at Crawford Square: Derry Journal
Claire Allan

Fuel Smuggling – Thugs taking courses on how to remove dye from diesel: Irish Mirror
Garreth MacNamee

Man pleads guilty to murder of veteran criminal Eamon Kelly in 2012: Irish Independent
Ruaidhrí Giblin

UVF bullies are behind this surge in race crime (Apr 21): Sunday World
Richard Sullivan

UVF exile Darren Moore spills the beans on his attackers: Sunday World
Richard Sullivan

Pub bombings: successive governments have ducked and dived to avoid the issue – J4T21 (Apr 21): Birmingham Mail
Julie Hambleton

Rip up the absurd laws which threaten our Armed Forces: Daily Telegraph
Editorial

Star Neeson 'risks being seen as an IRA poster boy': Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

'Bias' in Ulster Museum books: Belfast Telegraph

Seanad reform – Opening doors to the Upper House (Apr 18):0 The Irish Times
Editorial

"Keep clear of the rats" – Some Northern Ireland fans are not too happy about the June Aviva friendly: Irish Independent

Commemoration of 1916 a time to respect pluralism: The Irish Times
Charlie Flanagan

Independence "false dream" will fade – David Cameron: The Scotsman

Cameron knows the risks of nationalism – but doesn't care if he splits the country: The Guardian
Rafael Behr

England and the future of the union: The Irish Times
Editorial

Corning Watch – Firm can't block shareholder's proposal: Elmira Star Gazette
Larry Wilson

Tuesday, April 28

Nigel Dodds says Tory plan could create 'constitutional mess': The Irish Times

The wooing of the DUP – how Paisley's party may hold the keys to No 10: The Guardian
Nicholas Watt and Henry McDonald

The DUP manifesto – open for business, and willing to do a deal with anybody: New Statesman
Ciara Dunne

The DUP's Nigel Dodds may soon be propping up the Tories. What does he want?: The Spectator
Jenny McCartney

Democratic Unionists – we'd seek review of BBC in hung parliament talks: The Guardian
Nicholas Watt and Henry McDonald

Everything you need to know about Nigel Dodds and the Democratic Unionist Party: Daily Telegraph
Asa Bennett

Tina McKenzie says she could step back into the political arena after NI21 fiasco: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

East Londonderry – Rising voter apathy biggest danger to DUP's Campbell holding his seat: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

UUP and DUP in tight two-horse race for South Antrim seat: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

East Antrim – DUP's Sammy Wilson a sure thing but his real ambitions lie closer to home: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Can Northern Ireland's collective boredom be lifted in the last weeks of General Election battle? (Apr 21): Belfast Telegraph
Will Chambré

Assembly rejects motion on same-sex marriage again: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

DUP 'must clarify stance' on gay issues: Derry Journal

Gay marriage vote exposes deep divisions within Northern Ireland parties: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Wells resigns after position branded 'untenable': Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Don't form a lynch mob against Jim Wells, DUP leader urges: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Martin McGuinness – 'Jim Wells is a bigot': Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Jim Wells 'deeply saddened' by menacing online abuse: The News Letter

Disastrous timing of comments forced Jim Wells out: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

My first duty will always be to Grace and I can no longer dedicate the time my department demands: Belfast Telegraph
Jim Wells

The Wells farrago changes nothing ... for the time being: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Youth must rock the vote – get teens into politics: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Sinn Féin mock illness: Irish News

Tiger's Bay petrol bomb attack 'sectarian': The News Letter

Royal Black Preceptory says ban is breach of its civil liberties: Belfast Telegraph
John Porter

Friday parade passes off peacefully: Coleraine Times

Man fined over 'disgusting' Omagh bombing comment: UTV
George Jackson

Paddy Power unveil IRA inspired billboard for Republic's marriage referendum vote: Belfast Telegraph

Kissing terrorists advert for Republic of Ireland vote condemned: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Graeme McDowell – Irish? Northern Irish? British? I tell people I'm Irish because everyone loves the Irish (Apr 26): Sunday Independent
Paul Kimmage

Ireland to play Northern Ireland in closed doors match: The Irish Times

Scotland's two tribes are more divided than ever; they see reality differently: The Spectator
Alex Massie

Monday, April 27

Amnesty attacks NI discrimination: Belfast Telegraph

Pressure on DUP over same-sex child abuse comments by Jim Wells: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Saying sorry just doesn't cut it, Jim (Apr 26): (from the Sunday Life)
Suzanne Breen

Health boss Jim Wells joins a long line of senior politicians to be embarrassed in public for showing their blind bigotry (Apr 25): Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Paisley jnr urges gay unionists to vote for DUP in general election: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Paisley dynasty is on course for a golden anniversary (Apr 25): Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

'Dispel the gloom' says UKIP: Ulster Star

Meet the true blue Tory in a true blue turban out to win over voters of Upper Bann (Apr 25): Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

DUP's James Shiels rejects SDLP councillor's 'smears': Mid Ulster Mail
Annamay McNally

Demographic shifts force change on NI politicians: The Irish Times
Steven McCaffery

Jo-Anne Dobson – Prospect of new 'Sylvia Hermon' keeping the DUP awake at night (Apr 24): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Naomi Long is a class act but she faces an uphill battle to hold East Belfast (Apr 26): (from the Sunday Life)
Suzanne Breen

Could Sinn Fein hold balance of power in British election? (Apr 21): Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Eamon Delaney

Love it or loathe it, the royal soap opera is rolling into town once again (Apr 24): Evening Herald
Colette Fitzpatrick

Linfield fans blamed for attack on McKeever's bar: Portadown Times

Northern Ireland soccer star put out of her own area by loyalist hoods: Sunday World
Richard Sullivan

Papers served on ex-British army general 42 years after killing: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

The Disappeared – Award for joint BBC and RTÉ documentary (Apr 24): BBC

Defamation Act must be extended to end Northern Ireland's embarrassment: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Connolly

'No special honours' for soldiers, prison staff, gardaí who served during The Troubles: TheJournal.ie
Nicky Ryan

Trevor Ringland – 'When I scored against England, both wings of the Maze cheered' (Jan 26): Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Commissioner questions Government efforts on Irish language promotion: Irish Examiner
Seán McCárthaigh

Get on with it – reform the Garda: Village
Jonny Baxter

'The Tablet and the Irish have often struggled to understand each other' (Apr 22): The Irish Times
Brendan Walsh

Review – The Bombing of The Grand Hotel (Apr 22): Irish Post
Fiona Audley

Conservative party is losing our support over Scotland, warns DUP: The Guardian
Nicholas Watt

Never mind the SNP. The real danger is if the DUP are in government: The Guardian
Owen Jones

Ireland needs to prepare for looming UK breakup or reform (Apr 25): The Irish Times
Paul Gillespie

No one who backs the UK can deny the legitimacy of the SNP: The Guardian
Nigel Dodds

With friends like David Cameron, the Union does not need enemies (Apr 21): The Herald
Iain Macwhirter

Sunday, April 26

Pressure grows on Jim Wells to quit after remarks linking gays to child abuse: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Jim Wells health committee call over gay abuse comments: BBC

Eastwood – Wells must withdraw hate filled remarks: Derry Journal

Jim's comments were neither his nor party's views: Belfast Telegraph
Peter Robinson

It might not look like it, but the DUP is changing: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Unionists clash despite poll pact – Mike Nesbitt slams DUP man's 'base' bargaining over a hung parliament: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Simpson issues fresh warning over split: Portadown Times

DUP will seek definition of a victim: Banbridge Leader

Let's Talk – Gildernew tells young people she won't take her seat: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Ulster parties' pacts highlight the dangers of tactical voting says political writer Peter Geoghegan: Scottish Daily Record
Peter Geoghegan

Shocking claims that dissident republicans are patrolling streets in Northern Ireland 'on lookout for police officers': Irish Mirror
Chris Kilpatrick

Twenty years after the terrorist ceasefires, but dissident gunmen still roam streets and alleyways of Lurgan estate: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

No excuse for cowardly attacks (Apr 14): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Newry council 'could turn Royal lifeguard uniform green': The News Letter

Police make appeal for information following sectarian incident: Derry Journal

Can the Prince make his peace at Mullaghmore?: Sunday Independent
Joe Shute

John Pat Cunningham death – Former soldier charged with attempted murder: BBC

Ann Traver's tribute to unionist barrister who helped acquit man accused of killing sister: Belfast Telegraph
Joanne Sweeney

Tributes paid to defiant Londonderry unionist who opposed O'Neill and Paisley: Londonderry Sentinel

Sinn Fein makes gains in new opinion poll – FG and Labour both drop two points: Sunday Independent
Philip Ryan

The latest poll is bad for the government and REALLY good for Sinn Féin: TheJournal.ie
Hugh O'Connell

Micheal Martin brands Sinn Fein a 'sinister movement' that covers up the 'sickest of crimes': Sunday Independent
Philip Ryan

House rules are new for SF, but they need to learn them (Apr 25): Irish Independent
Liz O'Donnell

First Pagan church for Northern Ireland – Stormont officially recognises The Order of The Golden River as a religion (Apr 23): Belfast Telegraph
Claire Cromie

Mark Cousins – 'I've always believed Belfast is a very female place' (Apr 21): The Irish Times
Fionola Meredith

Gallipoli's Irish heroes finally get their due: Sunday Independent
Ian O'Doherty

Centenary of the 1916 Easter Rising in Ireland to be commemorated in Scotland (Apr 25): The Herald
Martin Williams

Diplomatic posting – An Irishman's Diary about Anthony Trollope, the British ambassador, and the GPO (Apr 23): The Irish Times
Frank McNally

David Cameron's stoking up of tensions 'a disgrace': Belfast Telegraph
Catriona Webster

What if an SNP deal with Labour at Westminster spelled the end for independence? (Apr 24): The Herald
Alison Rowat

Saturday, April 25

Robinson defends Wells as police investigate minister's comment: The News Letter
David Young

Wells' position 'no longer tenable' – McGuinness: UTV

DUP minister apologises over abuse comments: The Irish Times

Wells abuse row – Mask has slipped, says Clegg: The News Letter

Police investigate minister's gay abuse remarks: Irish Independent

Jo-Anne Dobson slams election rivals as sexist for abuse over her looks: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

'Homophobia, sexism, Islamophobia – name any prejudice, and the DUP are probably guilty of it': Belfast Telegraph
Siobhan Fenton

Election Diary – Stop voting tactically for SDLP, urges DUP man: The News Letter
Sam McBride

TUV man regrets putting AK47 to Catholic's head, says Allister: The News Letter
Sam McBride

General Election 2015 – Country yearning for hope, says UUP leader: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Northern Ireland Westminster election forecast 2015: Belfast Telegraph
Bill White

Changing of the Catholic Votes in Northern Ireland?: Catholic World Report
Michael Kelly

Voting age needs to be lowered: Belfast Telegraph
Naomi Long

Sinn Féin manifesto – both more and less important than you think: New Statesman
Ciara Dunne

Sinn Féin see Adams as a 'god', claims Calleary: The Irish Times
Sarah Bardon

I'll defy vile death threat over council's flags ban, pledges SDLP councillor: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Twaddell review head says he'll issue report with or without nationalist input: Belfast Media
David Whelan

Ormeau Road community group is threatened by cuts: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Images of armed dissidents in Lurgan probed by PSNI: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

PSNI investigate sectarian attack: Londonderry Sentinel

The Hunger Strike: NPR.org
Glynn Washington

Victims' spokesman salutes 'fearless' Roy Mason: The News Letter

Attempted murder charge over 1974 fatal shooting: UTV

Development in murder probe: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

McGuinness calls for inquest funds: Belfast Telegraph

Raze Kincora 'house of horrors' to the ground, says Peter Robinson: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Remembering all who died at Gallipoli: The Irish Times
Editorial

Remember and understand Gallipoli: Irish Examiner
Editorial

John Bull is talking bull by saying Grealish isn't Irish: Irish Independent
Ian Rush

Dilemma over England-specific laws: Belfast Telegraph

To keep Scotland, Britain must embrace the separatists: The Guardian
Jonathan Freedland

When the Conservatives speak to the English, they're mostly talking to white people: Daily Telegraph
James Kirkup

Friday, April 24

Gavin Robinson winning the race for East Belfast seat, reckons bookie: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Stormont reform should be your price, Allister tells DUP: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Battle for West Tyrone – Sinn Fein's Pat Doherty unlikely to be troubled: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

NI election – Constituency profile of Newry and Armagh: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

'SDLP failed to deliver for South Down at Westminster' – Hazzard: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Death threat made against Mid Ulster councillor: Tyrone Times
Annamay McNally

Wells defends South Down hustings' comments on child abuse: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Forget the SNP, the DUP Tory coalition is the one you should worry about: Daily Mirror
Federica Cocco

Another crisis looming on Hill after election: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Orange Order sees opportunity for parade law change if there is a hung parliament: BBC
Gareth Gordon

Churches could show path to peace on key marching talks: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Portadown – Community deal to remove tattered union and loyalist flags: BBC

Veteran SDLP man resigns: Derry Journal

Dissidents are blamed as bomb hurled at Belfast police explodes in air: Belfast Telegraph
Joanne Fleming

Belfast – Ormeau Road protest against hate crime: BBC

Armed gardai hunt for thug 'Whacker' Duffy after city arson attack: Irish Independent
Ken Foy and Adam Cullen

Blackmailers jailed after claiming to be from the UVF to extort 'drug money' (Apr 20): TheJournal.ie
Rónán Duffy

Prince Charles' royal visit to Ireland helps heal wounds: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Justice4the21 – Euro Parliament visit a double-edged sword (Apr 3): Birmingham Mail
Julie Hambleton

No coroner for IRA massacre hearing: Irish Independent
Michael McHugh

Finding the right words to describe horror of crimes: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Calls for Jim Wells to retract comments on gay marriage: Belfast Telegraph

Robinson unapologetic on libel law, despite Scientology move (Apr 22): The News Letter
Sam McBride

Recovery not assured for floundering Fianna Fáil (Apr 23): The Irish Times
Harry McGee

"Overwhelmingly the Irish are for Labour, its in their blood": Irish Post
Fiona Audley

We need to take 1916 plans out of the hands of the establishment (Apr 18): Irish Independent
Trevor Hogan

St George's Day: I'm a mixed-race, gay Scouser who was raised a Catholic – and I'm proud to be English: The Independent
Kevin Maxwell

Why aren't the English allowed to be nationalists? (Apr 23): Daily Express
Leo McKinstry

Forget Scotland – why is the English political identity so confused? (Apr 23): New Statesman
Editorial

Dangerous David Cameron imperils UK: The Scotsman
Editorial

Thursday, April 23

Sinn Féin – Royal visit should promote reconciliation, respect and understanding: Irish Post
James Mulhall

'He's not welcome' – Prince Charles faces protests on visit to Sligo: TheJournal.ie
Michelle Hennessy

'We're friends now,' say locals as Charles to visit Mountbatten spot: Evening Herald
Greg Harkin

Time won't heal all wounds, but a symbolic act by Prince Charles will make a difference: Irish Independent
Martina Devlin

Election 2015 – TUV calls for end to Stormont's mandatory coalition: BBC

TUV demands end to 'double-jobbing': Belfast Telegraph

DUP keeps coalition options open, as 'little difference between Labour and Tories' attitude to Northern Ireland': Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

DUP manifesto launch leads to protocol row over Wrightbus: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Election 2015 – Taking the political temperature in County Tyrone: BBC
Tara Mills

Constituency profile – Upper Bann: UTV

South Down 2015 – SDLP wary of new Sinn Fein kid on the block: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Election in Mid Ulster – UUP want better business links in education: Mid Ulster Mail

East Antrim – Sammy Wilson in pole position to take seat: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

George Mitchell – Constant effort needed to maintain peace: The News Letter

Concerns over riot gear for paramedics: Irish News

Three Drumahoe bombs were designed to kill or maim: Londonderry Sentinel

Vehicle damaged as explosive device is hurled at police in North Belfast: Belfast Media

Supporters hold protest: Irish News

Glengormley is a no go area for Protestants, claims Orange Order: Newtownabbey Times
Duncan Elder

Young Conway Volunteers – Defence bid to dismiss 'sectarian song' case: BBC

IRA informer accuses police of abandoning him to die: The Guardian
Henry McDonald and Owen Bowcott

Ex-soldier's questioning over death welcomed by family: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Top barrister Mansfield will represent families at upcoming Ballymurphy Massacre inquest: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

War of words – Gerry Adams had a massive go at Micheál Martin tonight: TheJournal.ie
Hugh O'Connell

David Cameron says he will never validate DUP policy on gay rights and LGTB issues: BBC

Presbyterian Church favours a 'no' vote in ROI gay marriage referendum: The News Letter

Belfast International Airport sues Aer Lingus for £20m damages: BBC
Julian O'Neill

Aer Lingus never committed to base at Belfast International Airport, court hears: The Irish Times

DUP not to take stance on Ford's abortion bill: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Three Rangers fans guilty of sectarian behaviour: The Scotsman
Vic Rodrick

The rise of Isis is 'remarkably' like the evolution of the IRA, says BBC documentary maker: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Cromie

Playing the anti-Scotland card is Cameron's desperate last resort: The Guardian
Seumas Milne

Wednesday, April 22

Election 2015 – DUP votes 'may be vital' in forming government: BBC

General Election 2015 – DUP rules out SNP pact: The Independent
Nigel Morris

DUP manifesto leaves open a deal with Labour or Tories: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Tactical voting a mistake – DUP: Londonderry Sentinel

Strangford – Jim Shannon racing certainty to return in DUP powerbase: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Election in Mid Ulster – SDLP candidate fears EU exit: Mid Ulster Mail

Mid Ulster constituency profile – Jobs the major talking point: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Election Diary – Is it all about location, location, location?: The News Letter

Model of political correctness with eight in Upper Bann field: Portadown Times

Constituency profile – south Belfast: UTV
Tracey Magee

Don't vote and the big parties carry on with the smug assumption they own this place: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Police are investigating damage to a Sinn Fein election billboard in Dungannon: Tyrone Times

Man arrested over gun attack on police near Twaddell loyalist camp: Belfast Telegraph

Republican flags taken down from Garvaghy Road: Portadown Times

Suspended jail sentence for 'under-threat' Union flag protester: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

No hymns decision by Parades Commission 'a breach of justice': The News Letter

New measures to be put in place to tackle anti social behaviour in Galliagh: Derry Journal

Irish republican remanded in custody over speech supporting armed attacks: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

NI Paramedics to wear full riot gear and drive bulletproof vehicles: Sunday World
James McDowell

Omagh bombing accused may be freed on bail, judge says: The Irish Times
Anton McCabe

Retired British soldier, 73, to be quizzed by detectives over 1974 Northern Ireland shooting of man with learning difficulties: Daily Mail
Richard Spillett

Flanagan to raise release of bomb files with next Northern secretary: The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

Prince of Wales 'to make pilgrimage to spot where Mountbatten was murdered by the IRA': Daily Telegraph
Gordon Rayner

Stop using the Proclamation of 1916 to justify every cause (Apr 14): The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

Abolish the crazy rules that allow Jack Grealish to play for the Republic of Ireland: Daily Mail
Martin Samuel

Top judge says Irish rebel song sung by fans will be regarded as "threatening and offensive": The Herald
Martin Williams

I'm not sectarian, I'm a bigot' Ashgill man tells police following sectarian abuse incident: Scottish Daily Record

Comparing the evolution of IS and the IRA: BBC
Peter Taylor

Tuesday, April 21

'Anti-British Mid Ulster Council strengthening TUV' election campaign: Mid Ulster Mail

DUP veteran Jim Shannon a 'safe pair of hands' in Strangford constituency: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Election – West Belfast won't wake up to shock poll result: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Adams needs his Big Guns – McGuinness for the Dail!: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Sinn Fein's trolls scored own goal with John Coyle attack: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Election 2015 – Sinn Féin seeking £1.5bn for NI after May poll: BBC

Sinn Fein tops the poll with Queen's students: Belfast Telegraph
Alison Kershaw

Hope voiced over future of '.gov.uk' web names in Northern Ireland: The News Letter

Flags taken down in unique agreement: Portadown Times

Union flag protestor Jim Dowson handed suspended sentence for taking part in unlawful public processions: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

SDLP and Sinn Féin welcome parade restriction while the Orange Order fumes: Belfast Media
Evan Short

Orange Order commission independent review in to north Belfast parades impasse: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Brick thrown at south Belfast house in sectarian hate crime: Belfast Telegraph

Call for calm after 'nakedly sectarian' attack on north Belfast bar: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Eva Grosman – 'I know of families who have left Belfast because of racism': Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Galliagh trouble – Londonderry community leaders meet: BBC

Man arrested over comments made in Lurgan republican commemoration event speech: Belfast Telegraph

Irish republican detained for calling armed attacks 'legitimate': The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Not keen on glamorising war, Gerry?: Irish Independent

Adams's 'we ended the war' claim is laughable, says McConville family: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Martin says Adams seeking to 'legitimise' McConville killing: The Irish Times
Rachel Flaherty

Former Labour MP Lord Mason of Barnsley dies: BBC

Roy Mason asked for report on Protestant drift from cityside: Londonderry Sentinel

SF says North should be able stay in EU in a Brexit: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

If Britain quits the EU, should we be next?
Colm Mccarthy

Soldiers of Destiny attack SF, but Enda is the likely winner: Evening Herald
Andrew Lynch

Election Diary – NI 'could be left in cold by SNP influence': The News Letter

Rise of SNP has echoes of Irish nationalism: Financial Times
Vincent Boland

The battle for the Union is about to get nasty: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Union parties face Nationalist surge: The Scotsman
John Curtice

Wake up, the Union is in jeopardy all over again: Daily Telegraph
Editorial

Monday, April 20

Ford welcomes Ringland comments: The News Letter

UKIP manifesto launch 'broke Stormont election rules' (Apr 16): BBC

West Tyrone veteran Doherty not relying on safe seat for re-election: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Election profile – David Ford, Alliance leader (Apr 13): BBC

Questions for the North's parties: The Irish Times
Editorial

'Mob attack' at north Belfast pub condemned: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Above The Law – paramilitary 'punishment' attacks in Northern Ireland (Mar 22): TheDetail.tv
Kathryn Torney

Bring down all barriers for women: Belfast Telegraph
Naomi Long

'Adams trying to distort the past' – Martin: Irish Independent
Sam Griffin

Fianna Fail is reaping a problem it helped to sow: The News Letter
Editorial

In 1966, we did not understand. Now, we can handle the truth of the Rising (Apr 19): Sunday Independent
Fergal Keane

Call for border development zone: Belfast Telegraph

The political alien too posh for Irish politics (Apr 19): Sunday Independent
Emer O'Kelly

US donors gave Fianna Fáil nearly $1.3 million: The Irish Times
Pamela Duncan, Simon Carswell, Erin McGuire

US arm was a relatively small part of Fianna Fáil fund-raising operation: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

"No Surrender" to latest demand that Ireland rejoin the British Commonwealth: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

New Constitution needed for a new 21st century Ireland: Irish Examiner
TP O'Mahony

Proposals will transform Upper House if will to implement them exists: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Sunday, April 19

DUP – We won't get every demand on hung parliament shopping list: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

I could not vote for DUP, says Ringland: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

DUP can make a difference in parliament – Simpson: Lurgan Mail

TUV sore about hustings exclusion: The News Letter

Election profile – Gerry Adams, Sinn Féin leader (Apr 13): BBC

Can Naomi hold East Belfast?: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

'Republicans should follow loyalists on union flags': The News Letter

Small step on road to true peace for us (Apr 17): Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Police attacked with bricks and bottles in Londonderry: UTV

Refusing 'gov.uk' web name is part of the erosion of Britishness (Apr 13): The News Letter
Editorial

Outrage after republican urges people to join the IRA and gloats over Mountbatten murder: Portadown Times

When cult of death breaks bond of family (Apr 17): Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

'Stakeknife,' a Double Agent at the Heart of Northern Ireland Troubles: Daily Beast
Dana Kennedy

Sinn Féin refuses to face the 'appalling vista' of prolonged campaign of violence (Apr 14): Irish Independent
Eddie Molloy

Fifty years on, the man of vision behind Corrymeela: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Past still haunts path to peace: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

SMEs fear NI cut in corporation tax rate (Apr 18): Irish Examiner
Peter O'Dwyer

We need certainty over corporation tax, Chamber tells Assembly inquiry (Apr 15): Belfast Telegraph
Margaret Canning

Martin to tell FF 1916 event – 'SF unfit for democratic government': Sunday Independent
Jody Corcoran

Why are we still listening to the 1916 Secret Seven?: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Most shocking aspect of plan for Seanad overhaul is that it could actually work (Apr 17): Irish Independent
James Downey

It's worth singing the praises of our fine hymn writers (Apr 16): Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Nicola Sturgeon's pact appeal clever but wider game at play (Apr 18): The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

General Election 2015 – Tesco chairman John Allan slams Tory plan for EU referendum: Independent on Sunday
Julia Hartley-Brewer and Jane Merrick

Saturday, April 18

Ulster Unionist Party pledge to make Northern Ireland a happier place: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Ulster Unionist Party calls for end to 'dependency on welfare': The Irish Times
Colin Gleeson

Tories must explain their unionist 'pact' in North Belfast: Belfast Media
Evan Short

Tories highlight NI tax powers vow: Belfast Telegraph

Election 2015 – NI Tory candidates 'not blow-ins': BBC

Battle for North Belfast – Getting vote out is key to Dodds' re-election for DUP: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

UK election – SDLP's Mark Durkan stuck in middle in Foyle: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

I'll not take the whip if I get elected, says unionist unity candidate for Fermanagh and South Tyrone Tom Elliott: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Paisley outdoes himself with poster!: Ballymoney Times

Northern Ireland parties finally get national TV debate: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Order backs DUP election plan for new parades law: The News Letter

DUP slams Seeley but distances itself from 'taig' remarks: Lurgan Mail

DUP – Could the party be Downing Street 'king-makers' after the election?: BBC
Mark Simpson

We won't be allowed to overplay our hand at Westminster: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Unity candidate accuses Mid Ulster councillor of 'anti British bigotry': Mid Ulster Mail
Shauna Corr

Council defends SF chair attending republican parade: The News Letter

Women just want their fair share of the top positions: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Loyalist parade banned from Glengormley town centre: Newtownabbey Times
Duncan Elder

Parade talks the only solution: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Paramilitary gangs acting as 'judge, jury and executioners', claims Beggs: Larne Times

Belfast media outlet bomb call warning over South Tyrone devices: Belfast Telegraph

GAA man's killing – files linked to suspect are found: The News Letter

British government in privacy moves over Omagh intelligence: The Irish Times
Alan Erwin

'Forgiveness – A Step Too Far?' events set for Newry: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Border unionist urges Liam Neeson not to help glamorise IRA: The News Letter

Council committee supports the formation of a Gaeltacht region near Maghera: Tyrone Times
Shauna Corr

Lord urges Republic to consider rejoining Commonwealth: The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

Man who got 20-year prison sentence for explosive offences 'is suitable for taxi licence': Irish Independent
Ray Managh

Now you see them (votes) now you don't: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Labour win in UK elections is preferable from Irish perspective: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Can the Union survive this battle?: The Scotsman
Alex Massie

Friday, April 17

DUP 'exploiting conflict survivors': Belfast Telegraph

Jeffrey Donaldson – Time coming when rift in unionism can mend: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Leaders' TV debate lacked NI voice – Dodds: The News Letter

Our values not an auction item – UUP: Belfast Telegraph

Election Diary – SDLP GAA star target of Sinn Fein attack leaflets: The News Letter

Election profile – Alasdair McDonnell, SDLP leader: BBC

Sinn Fein vows to tackle new government over budget: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Election not about holding Westminster hostage, Alliance says: The Irish Times
Colin Gleeson

Nick Clegg warns of rightwing 'Blukip' alliance of DUP, Ukip and the Conservatives: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Cromie

British Legion probe after sectarian Facebook storm: The News Letter

Belfast councillor failed to attend a single meeting of policing partnership in a year: Belfast Media
Evan Short

Ukip apology over poppy advert: Belfast Telegraph

Dissident bomber? No, would-be cigarette smuggler (Apr 14): The News Letter

End 'protection money' scandal (Mar 2): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Minister proposes new school network created by Churches: Irish News

Anger as Orange parade rerouted: The News Letter

Police Ombudsman investigation will prove my son was shot to protect IRA spy, claims father: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Swann calls to speed up UDR Memorial process: Ballymena Times

Fine Gael TD calls for IRA abusers probe: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

'Enda doesn't need to take Sinn Féin seriously, people already do': TheJournal.ie
Órla Ryan

Liam Neeson to co-produce film about IRA sniper: The Irish Times
Martin Doyle

IRA's Bomber Magee helps create play about Brighton hotel attack: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Greens 'oppose' corporation tax cut: Belfast Telegraph

New gender quota rule will cost sitting male TDs their seats (Apr 15): The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Votes for Irish emigrants and people in the North proposed in 'New Seanad' (Apr 13): Irish Independent
John Downing

Ex-TUV candidate criticised over Lennon comment: Lurgan Mail

Alliance 'would try to block EU referendum': The News Letter

NI peace process an inspiration – Vicar of Baghdad: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Thursday, April 16

SDLP says 'new economic accord' needed as it unveils manifesto: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

SDLP leader won't say how he'd pay for extra public spending: The News Letter
Sam McBride

McDonnell – people don't want me to be at every Commons vote: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Mid Ulster – Election apathy a danger but Sinn Fein's Molloy looks a certainty: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Independent candidate dreams of a theme park at the Maze: Ulster Star

Durkan still favourite to see off latest Sinn Fein opponent: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

SDLP's Margaret Ritchie hard to dislodge in South Down: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Nameless mob think everyone is fair game: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Northern Ireland's women must take bull by horns and force gender equality ourselves (Apr 14): Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

PSNI labelled 'male, pale and grey' as board urges bosses to address lack of females in force: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Gran tormented by UDA thugs says she'll take her own life soon: Sunday World
Paula Mackin

Sinn Fein Mayor who wore chain at Easter wreath-laying faces vote of no confidence: Belfast Telegraph
Joanne Sweeney

Strabane – Deadly bomb found by man walking on rural road: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

We cannot begin to tackle hate crime and bigotry without a shared vision: Belfast Telegraph
Eva Grosman

Five held in hate crimes probe: Belfast Telegraph

Justice for Jean and Joan – IRA and British Army murderers of two Belfast mothers must face justice: (from the Sunday Life)
Suzanne Breen

Dobson backs RUC Memorial Wall effort: Banbridge Leader

Northern Ireland Enjoys The 'Game of Thrones' Effect: Daily Beast
Dana Kennedy

Mary Lou caused real 'hurt and damage' – Burton: Irish Independent
Daniel McConnell

Gerry Adams – What's the point of Labour in government?: TheJournal.ie
Paul Hosford

Political funding rules seem strict but parties raise millions of euro 'under the radar' (Mar 6): The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Taoiseach rules out 'conscience clause' in same-sex marriage vote: Irish Examiner
Fiachra Ó Cionnaith

Conscience clause could be used as a licence to discriminate against others: Irish Independent
Martina Devlin

UK exit from EU a 'serious concern' for Ireland, says Kenny: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Britain leaving the EU would hurt Ireland more than the UK: Newstalk.com
Joseph Conroy

Northern Ireland's Troubles hold a deadly lesson for Okinawa: Japan Times
Michael Bradley



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