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Saturday, August 15

Baggott talks of challenge ahead: The News Letter

Money should be diverted to front line services: Belfast Media
Alex Maskey

Will we be in tune over new beat bobbies?: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Intimidation of Protestants blamed for tensions: The News Letter

'Dissident fears' halt band parade: The News Letter

Ardoyne riot cost NI police £420,000: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

'Demonisation' of Orangemen sparked trouble: Belfast Media
Nelson McCausland

Parades ruling shows dilemma: Irish News
Editorial

Orange and AOH halls attacked in North Antrim: The News Letter
Michael McGlade

The hunger strikes of '81 and what they mean today: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

'Shoot-to-kill' cases of two men set for European court: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

March will recall events of August '69 and remember those who died: Belfast Media
Roisin McManus

How long a stay for the troops?: The Guardian (Aug 15, 1969)

'I fired first shot from Nationalist side in 1969': Belfast Media
Roisin McManus

City faces the abyss in 1969 as British troops arrive on streets: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

The night the Troubles began: Daily Telegraph
Denis Murray

Painful memories of 1969 pogroms: Belfast Media
Editorial

US to deport IRA Maze escapee: Belfast Telegraph

Irish America clout real and hard won: The Irish Times
Niall O'Dowd

UVF murderer back from Spain to 'clear his name': Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Family could sue over flawed murder probe: Belfast Telegraph

Sport's role in building respect in North stressed: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

SF admits Lisbon campaign funding difficulties: Irish Examiner
Colm Kelpie

The time for radical thinking: Belfast Media
Des Wilson

UUP's link with Tories in spotlight over NHS: Belfast Telegraph

Friday, August 14

At last, Belfast dares to imagine life after the 30ft 'peace wall': The Independent
David McKittrick

IRA organised attack on 1969 Apprentice Boys' parade' – claim: Derry Journal

Liam Neeson – 'I will never get over the Troubles': Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Kelly Fincham

Legacy of violence still being felt to this day: Ulster Herald
Alan Rodgers

Historical lobotomy an insult to Troubles dead: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Northern Ireland – After 40 years, the barriers remain: Daily Telegraph
Editorial

Learn from mistakes: Ulster Herald
Editorial

Haughey, Not Donlon Was Correct: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

Sinn Fein fears Tory U-turn on justice cash: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

All must back new PSNI chief: Irish News
Editorial

Parades body urged to reconsider march: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Residents terrified by mob of loyalists: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Dissidents to protest over marine band: Irish News

GAA accused of 'republican agenda' over fixture change: Ulster Herald
Alan Rodgers

Man released over McDaid murder: UTV Internet

Thugs attack church in Ballymena: Belfast Telegraph

'My son's a hood but no dealer': Derry Journal
Laurence McClenaghan

Why U.S.-Ireland Alliance should be de-funded: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Editorial

Maze corporation plans cost £5m: UTV Internet

New painting replaces paramilitary mural: Belfast Telegraph (Aug 13)
Emily Moulton

Féile makes coming of age a great experience: Irish News
Jim Gibney

Sinn Féin opens No campaign: IrishTimes.com

Thursday, August 13

New police chief gets historic SF welcome: The News Letter
Sam McBride

A new chief for a changed force: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Sinn Fein meet police over man's arrest: Impartial Reporter

Tories stand by Unionists in pledge: UTV Internet

Biggest test so far for UUP/Tory pact: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Robinson attacks Calif. Democrats: Irish Echo
Anthony Neeson

Rasharkin parade will go ahead: The News Letter

Controversy over Rasharkin parade decision: RTE

Cut Boys' parade in half – Duddy: Derry Journal

Band leader fined for spitting: BBC

Republicans 'stirring up trouble over flags': The News Letter
Colin O'Carroll

Police hunt 'enforcer' after court no-show: Irish News
Allison Morris

UDA blamed for savage baseball bat assault: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Another arrest in McDaid murder case: RTE

I'm afraid I'll be attacked again, says victim who was left for dead: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Church attack sectarian say PSNI: BBC

O'Loans – paint bomb attack on our home won't intimidate us: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Youth remanded over Ardoyne riots: UTV Internet

Police link two Derry shootings: The Irish Times

New 'Murph Massacre witness speaks out – for the first time: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

Are we in danger of losing the plot over violent past?: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

The emergency measure that lasted 35 years: The Times
Roy Hattersley

Northern Ireland Troubles – How violence took hold: Belfast Telegraph (Aug 12)
Brian Walker

Tragic period that transformed NI: BBC
Brian Hanley

Unionist wild men played a part in starting Troubles: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Don't leave it to the teens: Belfast Media
Des Wilson

Unemployment rate in South now double that in North: Irish Independent
Anne-Marie Walsh

Wednesday, August 12

UUP proposal for five-year delay to justice devolution criticised by SDLP: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

UUP plan to delay justice powers until 2014 rejected: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Ex-London Met officer lands post as PSNI chief: Irish Independent
David Young

Baggott 'delighted' to be new Chief Constable: The News Letter

Positive innovation needed in police station discussions: Irish News
Breidge Gadd

Calls for Parades Commission to issue conditions on 'most contentious' march: Irish News
Maeve Connolly

Teen in court over Twelfth riot: BBC

Residents' anger at loyalist flag in mixed Claudy estate: Derry Journal

Charges follow 'flags protest': BBC

Breakaway loyalists in decommissioning move: The News Letter

Two paramilitary-style attacks in Derry: RTE

Conversation of soldiers' killers recorded on mobile, court told: The Irish Times

Man accused of soldier murders is not linked to phone recording – lawyer: Belfast Telegraph

SF not renewing London flat lease: BBC

O'Loan's house damaged in attack: BBC

School attacked with petrol bombs: BBC

Robert Hamill murder – Reasons sought over witness's failure to attend: Belfast Telegraph

Appeal for truth about 1975 murder: The News Letter

Northern Ireland Troubles – Battle of the Bogside: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

Inky pages might clear heads fogged with denial: Irish News
Fionnuala O'Connor

Is Sammy's rant on racism just a new red herring?: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Stained glass memorials for victims of bombings: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

New study bursary for ex-prisoners: Irish News
Simon Doyle

Tuesday, August 11

Ferris defends decision to greet McCabe killers: Irish Examiner
Conor Ryan

Sinn Fein 'irrelevant in Republic': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Gerry Adams praises former Methodist president Harold Good: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Husband of Shankill bomb victim tells of letter to Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

SF puts on united front at key meeting: The News Letter

SF rules out beefed up role for TDs in party's leadership structure: Irish Examiner
Conor Ryan

Cox accuses SF of linking Ireland with Eurosceptic Tories: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins & Gerry Moriarty

Adams has little to show for decades of political work: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Gerry must do the Right thing – Shinners need shift from Left: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Sinn Féin's travails: The Irish Times
Editorial

UUP call for policing test period: BBC

Former Met commander blasts PSNI 'cowardice': The News Letter

Republican rejects stop and search figures: Derry Journal

Police defend city trouble tactics: UTV Internet

Four pursuing top PSNI position: RTE

New PSNI chief needs protection from politics: The News Letter
Liam Clarke

Policing Board must pick best man for job: The News Letter
Editorial

Call for tough line over Londonderry violence: The News Letter

Hardline republicans slam parade policing: Derry Journal

Marchers urged to talk with residents: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

Unfortunate sideshow to parade: Derry Journal

Burning of soldier's effigy 'evil' – MLA: The News Letter

Swine flu 'could kill murder accused': UTV Internet

Murder gang 'taped themselves': BBC

'Dissidents to blame for parade violence': The News Letter

UDA blamed for gang attack: UTV Internet

Progressive loyalism needs funding to advance projects: Irish News
Roy Garland

Sectarian slogans daubed on pitch: BBC

Newbuildings man leaves home after bandsmen attack: Derry Journal (Aug 7)

Mountbatten bomber won't talk to father of teen victim: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Harrison

North's senior civil servants will not get bonus this year: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Minister is right to block pay bonuses: The News Letter
Editorial

Monday, August 10

Éirigí – New kids on the republican block: Sunday Tribune (Aug 9)
Conor McMorrow

Dissidents motivated by vanity, says Adams: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Sinn Féin gather for strategy talks: RTE

Sinn Féin has 'issues' in Republic – Adams: Sunday Tribune (Aug 9)
Conor McMorrow

What does Sinn Féin stand for? It stands for speeding around country roads in the company of ruthless killers trying to avoid the guards: Sunday Tribune (Aug 9)
Diarmuid Doyle

SF denies fundraising party is for garda killers: Irish Independent
Patricia McDonagh and Sarah Stack

Nine charged as trouble breaks out after Apprentice Boys parade: Belfast Telegraph

Apprentice Boys parade passes off with 'sporadic' rioting and 26 arrests: The Irish Times
George Jackson

New Northern Ireland police chief will be revealed tomorrow: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Tyrone village driven mad by British army helicopters: Sunday Tribune (Aug 9)
Suzanne Breen

My tears will never go away: Sunday Life (Aug 9)
Stephanie Bell

Acknowledgement 'shows need for truth in dealing with past': Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

'Day of Acknowledgement' needed in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph

Never dull with Sammy: UTV Internet (Aug 6)
Ken Reid

Northern Ireland 40 years on – can peace survive renewed bloodshed?: The Times
David Sharrock

The stone that broke the North's dam of violence: Sunday Business Post (Aug 9)
Tom McGurk

Start of the Troubles – how an IRA volunteer and army man experienced it: The Times

Sunday, August 9

Adams in attack on dissident behaviour: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

Sinn Fein must speak with one voice on crime: The Sunday Times

Bitter taste left by killers' freedom: Sunday Independent
John-Paul McCarthy

Gerry gets tough: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Nine charged over city violence : BBC

Watson calls for calm after series of sectarian incidents in recent weeks: Antrim Times

Workers 'ordered off' building site: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Ban terrorists from YouTube – Unionist MP: Sunday Independent
Alan Murray

Breakaway UDA group claims to have decommissioned guns and explosives: Sunday Independent

Photo fury: Portadown Times
Victor Gordon

TUV and DUP agree as Halliday set for comeback: Ballymoney Times

UUP may plump for costly by-election 'to keep Calvert out': Portadown Times
Victor Gordon

'McGuinness Luger' had been stolen by Provos: The Sunday Times
Deaglan O'Donghailee

Families to retrace steps of victims: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

40 years on from the arrival of first troops in Ulster: Glasgow Sunday Mail
Norman Silvester

Daughter revisits scene of 1973 murder: BBC

Special guide sheds light on world of Irish politics: Irish News
Patrick Murphy

Old IRA gun routes used to smuggle in cigarettes: Sunday Independent
Tom Brady

President Clinton lined up for Dundalk return: Dundalk Democrat
Gary McLaughlin

Labour candidate 'was sent sectarian messages': The Sunday Times
Jason Allardyce

Saturday, August 8

Adams names new Sinn Fein leader in south: Belfast Telegraph

Adams – Development of SF 'frustratingly slow': Irish Examiner
Conor Ryan

Adams sees regaining lost ground in Dublin as crucial to party: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Angry UUP may force by-election over pact: Belfast Telegraph
Victor Gordon

Tensions build ahead of Londonderry parade: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

'Elaborate hoax' ahead of parade: BBC

PSNI officers prepare for Derry parade: The Irish Times
George Jackson

Dickinson defies Orange leadership: The News Letter

Apprentice Boys are working towards a better future: The News Letter
Jim Brownlee

Police accused of facilitating loyalist protest: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

Loyalist accused of 'total denial' over McDaid claims: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

Clinton saga highlights ludicrous notions about importance of Ireland to America: The Irish Times
Niall Stanage

Attorney General didn't take long over wrong call: Belfast Media (Aug 7)
Editorial

Holland family deserve answers: Irish News (Aug 7)
Editorial

Murdered teen's family welcome admission he was not an informer: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Latest apology to the victims of republicans: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Union Jack tacked on pensioner's door: Derry Journal

Consultation on service for Troubles' victims opens: The Irish Times

Two defections underline Irish MPs' unease: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Holiday trips to the North have doubled: Irish Independent
Aideen Sheehan

Ban attempt fails to stop march: BBC

Friday, August 7

Bullish Gerry Adams insists – I'm not stepping down: Belfast Telegraph

Unionist figure urges investigation into 1972 image of McGuinness with pistol: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

26 police bases to close as unionists lose vote: Belfast Telegraph
Lisa Smyth

Confidence will be dented by this vote: The News Letter
Editorial

SF Policing Board representative calls for an end to PSNI stop and search powers: Belfast Media
Alana Fearon

Robinson blasts Pelosi group's 'foolish motion' on united Ireland: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Kenneth Haynes

Politicians call for calm parade: BBC

Tension as Ardoyne parade day nears: Belfast Media

Ardoyne has suffered enough without this added misery: Belfast Media
Alban Maginness

Loyalist regrets McDaid death but says it was 'not deliberate': Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

UVF killer has licence revoked: BBC

Former internees say no to bonfires: Belfast Media
Roisin McManus

'Reckless, dishonest coat-trailing exercise': Derry Journal
Ian Cullen

Protestants don't apply for College senior posts: Impartial Reporter

New 'Murph Massacre witness speaks out – for the first time: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

Romanians who fled Belfast as victims of racism make quick return: The Times
David Sharrock

Northern Ireland's finance minister in 'anti-racism industry' row: Guardian.co.uk
David Batty

IRA victim 'was not an informant': The News Letter

Secret go-between shines a light on history makers: Irish News
Jim Gibney

Finance Minister backs Veterans Bill proposal: The News Letter

Police bill for three Orange marches nears £1m: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Police ban loyal order parade due to risk of violence amid concerns over flute band: Irish News

Thursday, August 6

Extradition threat lifted from IRA killers: The Times
David Sharrock

Adams 'regret' for McCabe killing as two are freed: The Irish Times
Conor Lally & Gerry Moriarty

Unionist fury over decision not to extradite released Provo duo: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Ferris defends freedom run: Irish Examiner
Conor Ryan and John Fallon

Guerin reported on attack weeks before death: Irish Examiner
Jimmy Woulfe

Sinn Fein can't have it both ways in a democracy: Irish Independent
Aidan O'Connor

Were overtures made to deter the extradition of two IRA men Pearse McAuley and Nessan Quinlivan?: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

Prosecution move under suspicion: The News Letter
Editorial

Closure for family of slain garda: Evening Herald
Editorial

UDA chief and SF leader share platform: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Once sworn enemies, together to talk in west Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Less fizz but politics lingers at Belfast Féile: The Irish Times
Fionnuala O'Connor

Too long a wait says California's Burton: Irish Echo
Máirtín Ó Muilleoir

Hillary confirms NI role: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Kelly Fincham

US thinking of consigning envoy role to rear echelon: Irish News
Ray O'Hanlon

PPS takes issue with Gerry Adams: BBC

Sentencing and public perception: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Full statement a revealing glimpse into Dodds's world: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Unionist anger over McGuinness gun photo: The News Letter

Torrens Knight court case adjourned: Londonderry Sentinel

Ex-INLA leader's brother held over soldier murders: Irish News

Loaded handgun found by children: BBC

Protestant home attack 'sectarian': Irish News
Maeve Connolly

Fountain residents being targeted on website of hate: Londonderry Sentinel
Eamon Sweeney

Bishop at PSNI parade: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Wednesday, August 5

DUP-TUV councils deal 'worthless': BBC

SF threaten to scupper council deal: The News Letter

Allister – deal with DUP is 'a one-off': Belfast Telegraph

Republican splinter group targets council elections: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Public debate on justice post: Irish News
Editorial

Card row shows north is a different country now: Irish News
Fionnuala O'Connor

North making progress despite 'heartache', says President: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Eames and Bradley split – claim: The News Letter

Why Gerry Adams's trips look a bit rich now: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Police refuse to confirm arms find: Irish News
John Manley

McGuinness among republicans named in Frazer's legal action: Irish News
Diana Rusk

Police meet amid Derry parade fears: Derry Journal

Stay away from Apprentice Boys parade, thugs told: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid and Will Ellison

Lottery 'takes heat out of bonfires': UTV Internet

Sinn Fein and SDLP clash over march trade-off claim: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

Top cop rejects 'Twelfth' criticism: Derry Journal

Front-runner out of police chief race: UTV Internet

Four candidates remain in PSNI race: The News Letter

Unionist anger over station closure plans: The News Letter

Will PSNI station closures improve efficiency?: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Attack on church 'sectarian': Irish News
Maeve Connolly

Town attacks treated as sectarian: BBC

Man released over Massereene killings: UTV Internet

Nine men remanded for McDaid murder: Irish News

Teens' killer Brown moved amid prison murder threat: Irish News
Allison Morris

McCabe killers released from prison: RTE

'IRA men won't face extradition': The News Letter

Case sparked unprecedented public outcry: Irish Independent
Stephen O'Farrell

Major Belfast conference on intolerance: UTV Internet

Loyal Order parade banned over safety fears: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Tuesday, August 4

SDLP warns Government not to give into DUP 'shopping list': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

All Assembly parties 'must back justice devolution': The News Letter

Parades commission must survive justice devolution, says SDLP: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Denis Bradley still backs cash for Troubles victims' relatives: Belfast Telegraph

Unionist anger as Bradley resurrects payout call: The News Letter

NI Secretary urged to acknowledge role of UDA in McDaid murder: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Republican splinter group targets council elections: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

DUP and TUV in by-election deal: UTV Internet

'We're fighting to win two Westminster seats': The News Letter (Aug 3)

Stunts won't end support for PSNI: Irish News
Editorial

Man arrested over soldier murders: BBC

Catholic church attacked in sectarian flare-up: Belfast Telegraph
Lisa Smyth

Educating about past key to promoting respect in future: Irish News
Roy Garland

Maiden city sustained by tradition: The News Letter
Editorial

Dermot Murnaghan remembers the political and religious unrest growing up in Northern Ireland: Daily Mail (Jul 31)
Yvonne Swann

Bombay Street burnings remembered: Irish News
Marie Louise McCrory

Monday, August 3

First Minister urges White House to be 'even-handed': The News Letter

Hillary Clinton's vow to keep Northern Ireland on her radar is no bad thing: Belfast Telegraph
Jim Dee

Ford – There will be no puppet Alliance Justice Minister: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Adams intervenes over Holland murder sentence: UTV Internet

Victims' group to take legal action against republicans: The News Letter

Future of parades body 'in doubt': BBC

Call for Parades Commission protection: UTV Internet

Getting the timing right for parade talks: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Integrated education 'can help defuse sectarianism': Belfast Telegraph

Child attack blamed on UDA: The News Letter

Migrant family is driven out of loyalist estate: Belfast Telegraph

Northern lessons for a Dublin minister: Belfast Telegraph

Salute to dogs and their handlers killed in Troubles: Belfast Telegraph

Barrister was a great support – McGuinness: The News Letter (Jul 30)

Figures show twice as many southerners holidaying north: Irish News (Jul 28)

A strategy to end segregated housing: Irish Echo
Margaret Ritchie

Unionist fears over Brandywell borrowing: Londonderry Sentinel
Olga Bradshaw

Government is not just about being popular: The News Letter
Alex Kane

John McMullan – Dedicated republican was compassionate man and caring friend: Irish News (Aug 1)
Sean Murray

Harry Patch put no gloss on bloody conflict: The News Letter (Jul 28)
Liam Clarke

Sunday, August 2

Eirigi recruits its first elected Sinn Fein politician in north: Irish News
Allison Morris

No response from Orange Order on Sinn Fein's call for dialogue: Irish News
Allison Morris

Graham takes parades body post: BBC

Rational requests never get a reasoned response: Irish News
Patrick Murphy

Spies, lies and ways to quell terrorism: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Troubles bereaved invited to debate with Bradley: Irish News

Adams 'will not hand over leadership': Sunday Independent (scroll down)

SF's identity crisis must be tackled to win seats in the south: Irish News
Valerie Robinson

Mixing children reduces division: The Sunday Times
Gabrielle Monaghan

MP calls on YouTube to remove Real IRA propaganda videos: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Peace concert organisers say 'no regrets' after forty years: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

There's no place for old politics in today's Ireland: Irish News (Jul 30)
Jim Gibney

Loss of Irishness may lead to health issues: The Sunday Times
Sarah McInerney

Images of carnage all too vivid for councillor: The News Letter (Jul 30)

Terror drama staged in back of a Belfast taxi: The Observer
Henry McDonald

The end of the Twelfth fortnight – for good?: The News Letter (Jul 28)

Miriam tells of death threats: Irish News (Jul 30)
Maeve Connolly

On the media – Derry or Londonderry?: San Francisco Chronicle
Yumi Wilson

Life-saving work is hampered by thugs: Belfast Media (Jul 28)
Editorial

IRA millionaire faces 146 years in prison over fraud: Sunday Independent
Don Lavery

Saturday, August 1

Sinn Fein chief Gerry Adams in new appeal for talks with Orange Order: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Marchers demand full-scale police op: Irish News

Parades Commission comes to Ardoyne: Belfast Media

Cops release 'Twelfth' CCTV images: Derry Journal

Unionists in new ID card uproar over removal of Union flag: Belfast Telegraph

Dissidents disrupt police meeting: UTV Internet

Anger over dissidents' DPP protest: Belfast Telegraph

Hillary visit in doubt, but she still 'cares deeply' about peace: Belfast Telegraph
Jim Dee

Bring Hillary back to NW says Dallat: Derry Journal

Anderson challenged to condemn all terror: Londonderry Sentinel
William Allen

Loyalist faction deny weapons handover: The News Letter

Scappaticci stays away from brother's funeral: Irish News
Allison Morris

Stop burning our schools: Belfast Media

Campbell loses High Court bid for release from jail: The Irish Times

Real IRA says it sent bullets: Derry Journal

Claudy bomb victims remembered: The News Letter

Mural to Buck Alec comes under fire: Belfast Media

GAA event 'sickening': The News Letter

Retrial ordered for Carlow man: The Irish Times

Website threats will not deter activists: Belfast Media

Londonderry's heritage is valued: Londonderry Sentinel
Olga Bradshaw

'Government cuts will destroy our language': Donegal Democrat

Moment of madness – A gift from God for Ireland's wits: Financial Times
Andrew Mueller

Chief's ambition for tower plant sky high: The Herald (Jul 29)
Mark Williamson



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