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Sunday, August 15

Three children in 'miracle' escape from Northern Ireland bomb blast: Sunday Telegraph
Sean Rayment

Lurgan bomb condemned by Sinn Fein and SDLP: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Shots fired at Lurgan police: UTV Internet

Army bomb experts examine suspect objects: BBC

Second man charged over police station bomb: UTV Internet

No concessions to dissidents warns Omagh relative: The News Letter
Michael McGlade

RIRA expanding its crime empire: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

'More than one process' in talks with dissidents: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Look who's talking (Aug 13): Belfast Telegraph
David McKittrick

Republican flags will not go unchallenged, warns MLA: The News Letter
Michael McGlade

Protestants 'intimidated' in Rasharkin: The News Letter

Omagh's victims still await justice: Sunday Telegraph

Rally held in Kilkeel to support policewoman: BBC

Devastation at restrictions on band parade: The News Letter

Derry Apprentice Boys return 'without incident': UTV Internet

Empathetic Empey was the voice of moderate unionism: Sunday Independent
John-Paul McCarthy

How we can learn from the past (Aug 13): The News Letter
Jim Brownlee

Dallat slams release of "cold blooded" killer Torrens Knight: Coleraine Times

Secrecy over donations to Northern Ireland parties to be investigated: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Priestly has my full confidence, says Murphy: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Stormont needs to fight our corner: Belfast Telegraph

FG's new plan for the Border area economy (Jul 21): The Anglo-Celt
Linda O'Reilly

Debate on republicanism still dominated by the 'split' (Aug 12): The Irish Times
David Adams

Familiar undercurrents of hatred: (from the Sunday Times, Aug 8)
Liam Clarke

Parishioners snub plea to help pay for Pope's visit: Scotland on Sunday
Brian Ferguson

Saturday, August 14

Police probe separate bomb alerts: UTV Internet

Dad-of-four accused of dissident blast: Belfast Telegraph

'Dissident violence risks national security': The News Letter

Rifles seized in Derry bomb probe: UTV Internet

Londonderry bomb accused remanded in custody: BBC

Dissidents 'not ready' for talks: UTV Internet

Truth behind secret terror talks with dissidents: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Government 'back channel' talks with Northern Irish dissidents – situation is radically different to 1993:
Henry McDonald

British are right to hold secret talks with Dissident IRA groups: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Why label disillusioned Republicans as criminals?:
Danny McBrearty

What can they say to the dissidents?: Belfast Telegraph

Fears of violence as parade looms at Ardoyne flashpoint: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Nationalist protest over parade: Belfast Telegraph

Dismay at Black parade decision: The News Letter

Rasharkin parade route cut: UTV Internet

Anger as loyalist parade route cut: The News Letter

Derry praised as 'shining light' for peace: Derry Journal

Calls for peaceful Apprentice Boys' parades: RTE

'We're all responsible for peaceful day'- Bogside community workers: Derry Journal

Remarks on PSNI ill-timed: The News Letter

Orange hall attacks 'are an attempt to set communities at loggerheads': Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Heated debate over civic centre room names 'Attack' on Irish language – O'hOisin: Derry Journal

Handle with care: (from Fortnight Magazine)
Malachi O'Doherty

Children from Ireland Bid Farewell to Buffalo (Aug 10):
Christie Witt

Catholic Church struggles to raise funds for Pope's visit: The Independent
Jerome Taylor

British Catholics wary of Pope who speaks from head not heart: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Vallely

Pope's new indulgence for the 21st century!: The News Letter
Ian Paisley

Scots outrage over darker mornings as Cameron backs plan to move clocks forward permanently: The Guardian
Gerri Peev

Summer time may never end if Government seizes the hour: The Irish Times
Conor Pope

Scots get £1,500 a year more in state funding than the English (Jul 3): Daily Mail
Gerri Peev

Friday, August 13

Irish dissidents 'in talks with British government', says Martin McGuinness:
Henry McDonald

Irish government denies having talks with Real IRA: Belfast Telegraph

Attacks on PSNI officers 'disgusting', says Martin: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Maghaberry prisoners end dirty protest: UTV Internet

Ford welcomes end to Maghaberry protest: RTE

Derry dissident protest over jail dispute cancelled: BBC

Suspect device found under tractor – claim: The News Letter

Car bombers again stalk Belfast:
Conor O'Clery

Doves must take wing so that hawks take flight: Tribune Magazine
John Coulter

Free market trumps free Eireann for US investors: Belfast Telegraph
Jim Dee

Murphy 'wouldn't urge' police sign-up: UTV Internet

DUP anger at SF Minister's 'reservations' over PSNI: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Cops slammed after mountain protest by éirigí: Belfast Media

Why it is rank and file officers I feel sorry for (Aug 11): Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Third pipe bomb found in Antrim: BBC

OAP Threat in list given to loyalists: Belfast Media
Gráinne Mcwilliams

Anger over Ardoyne parade band refusal: The News Letter

No concerns over protest at parade: Londonderry Sentinel
Patricia Devlin

Call to ban republican march: The News Letter

Tough line is needed on parade: The News Letter

Now it's time to breathe new life into UUP: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

DUP calls for local 'unionist unity' deal: The News Letter

Orange hall destoyed in 'arson attack': The News Letter

HET backs RUC probe into army killing: BBC

Is Northern Ireland ready for informal truth process?: Londonderry Sentinel

When a posh school pal joined the rioters (Aug 9): Belfast Telegraph
Nuala McKeever

If anything, Union threatens Protestantism: The News Letter
Ivan Foster

IBA thugs deface Milltown Republican Plot: Belfast Media
Ciara Quinn

Bird lovers cry fowl as NI grouse hunt is on: The Irish Times
Séan Mac Connell

A Good Friday Agreement For Kashmir (Aug 8):
Naveed Qazi

Thursday, August 12

DUP to meet PSNI chief constable: BBC

Justice Minister 'extremely concerned' about dissidents: BBC

Dissidents may target Tories' conference in Birmingham: Irish Post

Fears of further violence in Northern Ireland after four bombs discovered in a week: Daily Telegraph
Duncan Gardham

They haven't gone away just for a cosy chat, you know: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Air support would aid terror fight: The News Letter

Remembering Omagh: Daily Telegraph

Pipe bomb sparks Antrim alert: UTV Internet

'Loyalists behind' pipe bomb attack: The News Letter

PUP votes to maintain political links with its terrorist cohorts: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Permission refused for flute band to lead: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Changes are made to parades plan: BBC

Well spotted, our Eamonn (Aug 10): Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Trimble attacks St Andrews accord: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Only sectarian headcounts could threaten the Union: The News Letter
Lord Trimble

Row over Newry bypass flags: UTV Internet

Three DUP MPs are replaced in assembly: The News Letter

McDaid accused banned from entering Coleraine: Coleraine Times

Loyalist murder witness is 'psychopath': UTV Internet

Ardoyne Riots – Fears over freedom of expression (Jul 29): The News Letter

Finding a way through a maze of missed chances: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Head of Irish language school fears for future after attack (Aug 7): Belfast Telegraph

Imagine a SF first minister not greeting Royal family – David McNarry (Aug 10): The News Letter
David McNarry

Sinn Fein display lack of maturity by opposing Queen's visit (Aug 10): Connaught Telegraph
Tom Gillespie

A nation with equality as its sole value destroys freedom (Aug 6): Irish Independent
David Quinn

Different countries, same inhumanity: The News Letter
N R Greer

Don't snub al-Qaida in talks, says Tony Blair's IRA negotiator: Belfast Telegraph
Gavin Cordon

Wednesday, August 11

Cookstown car bomb targets Northern Ireland police worker:
Henry McDonald

Dissidents suspected of bomb attack on civilian working at police station: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Cookstown bomb 'partially exploded': UTV Internet

Hotel bomb hoax "moronic" – Ramsey: Derry Journal

Connolly under fire: Newry Democrat

Five dissident suspects arrested near Dundalk in court: BBC

Dissident suspect 'injured' during arrest: UTV Internet

Ulster bride flees dancefloor after hotel terror alert: Belfast Telegraph
Clare Weir

Campbell warns of dissidents' growing expertise: Derry Journal

The troubles have not returned, they just never went away: The Sun
Andy McNab

Time for dissidents to engage in war of words: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Dissidents do not warrant dialogue: Belfast Telegraph

Appeal for calm ahead of Apprentice Boys' parade: Derry Journal

Tensions rise ahead of Apprentice Boys march in Ardoyne area: Belfast Telegraph

Riot accused 'left Scotland over sectarianism': UTV Internet

Dawn Purvis and the end of Progressive Loyalism: (from Fortnight Magazine)
Aaron Edwards and Stephen Bloomer

20 years on, death of a UVF killer still looms large in loyalist memory: Belfast Telegraph

Greysteel killer 'should serve 12 sentences' – victims' parents: Derry Journal

Northern Ireland police service searches offices of its own watchdog:
Henry McDonald

Barry Gilligan confident of vindication: RTE

Tony Blair's 'naivete' risked Northern Ireland peace deal:
Henry McDonald

Queen welcome provided she picks up the tab herself (Aug 3): Connaught Telegraph
Deirdre Kelly

Sinn Féin to hold its Ard Fheis in Belfast for first time next year: Belfast Media

Godless island has left green and orange parties homeless: The News Letter
Houston McKelvey

Politics from the pulpit (Aug 9): (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

'Sunday' families back Ballymurphy bid: Derry Journal

Overwhelming support for Armstrong family: The Cross Examiner

Views split as shoppers mull over the pros and cons of the bonfires: Belfast Media
Paul Ainsworth

Derry – the city of culture and isolation: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Clash looms over church demand for new schools (Aug 9): Irish Independent
John Walshe

Tuesday, August 10

Sir Reg Empey confirms he will resign as party leader: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

September date for Empey exit: UTV Internet

Mystery surrounds would-be leader's identity: The News Letter

Basil McCrea stalls on throwing hat into ring to replace Sir Reg Empey as UUP leader: Belfast Telegraph

The Third Man: BBC
Martina Purdy

Ulster unionists – No MPs and no Empey: The Guardian

Naomi says, 'Yes we can, Mr. Robinson': (from Fortnight Magazine)
Louise Reddick

Owen Paterson rejects government talks with dissidents: BBC

Gerry Adams slams Paterson for ruling out talks with dissidents: Belfast Telegraph

Dissidents and politicians know talking is inevitable: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Dissident dialogue is to be welcomed by all: Belfast Media

Northern Irish police chief warns of dissident plan for Omagh-style carnage:
Henry McDonald

I do fear for my officers' lives every day – Baggott: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Weir

'We'll protest against dissident attacks' say taxi drivers: Derry Journal

Huge joint police operation targets republican dissidents: Belfast Telegraph

Bomb parts seized in dissident raid: UTV Internet

Relative slams attackers as 'sectarian': The News Letter

Oh, no, it's yet another splinter group!: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

There are no safe havens from renegades' campaign: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

Will it take a death before we wake up to dissidents' threat?: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Talks to solve Maghaberry jail dispute break down: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Uncle who refused to condemn bomb bid on niece 'an eejit', says Gerry Adams: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford and Kathryn Torney

Second man questioned over Strand Road PSNI bomb: BBC

Dissidents say no to bonfires: Belfast Media
Gráinne McWilliams

Real IRA suspected as Don's accomplice is shot in pub attack: Evening Herald
Cormac Byrne

Police search Policing Board office and chairman's home: BBC

Apprentice Boys' parade gets go-ahead: The News Letter

Ardoyne Apprentice Boys parade ruling criticised: BBC

Appeal for restraint during Boys' parade: Derry Journal

UVF blamed for attacks on homes: Belfast Media
Scott Jamison

Outrage as Torrens Knight freed from jail: Derry Journal

Even the devil can quote scripture: The News Letter
Liam Clarke

Monday, August 9

Republican dissident group pours cold water on SF talks (Aug 8): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Dissident meetings 'no stunt' says Adams: The Scotsman
David Young

Controlled explosion at Lisburn Road PSNI station: BBC

Five dissident republicans held after arms find: Irish Examiner
Niall Murray and Mary Regan

Fury as policewoman's uncle refuses to condemn bomb bid: Belfast Telegraph
Kathryn Torney

Atwood says dissidents will fail: RTE

'Oxygen of publicity' aided dissidents: The News Letter

Police warn of possible dissident IRA attack in Birmingham (Aug 8): Sunday Mercury
Jonny Greatrex

PSNI must regain leading role on accountable intelligence in the North: The Irish Times
Margaret Ritchie

PSNI at breaking point – Federation chairman: The News Letter

Police chief pleased with complaints drop (Jul 27): Newry Democrat
Martin Hearty

Concerns over radical policing reform plans (Jul 27): The News Letter

Derry airbrushed (Aug 8): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

The End of the Peace Dividend: (from Fortnight Magazine)

MLA calls for funding to be restored (Jul 27): Derry Journal

Long shot pays off as Stormont hosts poc fada: The Irish Times
John Heaney

Relax, Sammy, the Zen course pays off (Aug 8): (from the Sunday Times)
Liam Clarke

Belfast hosts US programme aimed at helping teens bereaved by terrorism (Aug 7): The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Dempsey jet trip required extra security in North (Aug 8): Sunday Independent
Daniel McConnell

Pope's meeting with queen a stepping stone to Irish visits: Irish Independent
John Cooney

Mass clash for Catholic MSPs: The Herald

All-Irish body ready to control schools: Irish Examiner
Niall Murray

We will talk to Mullah Omar, and maybe to Bin Laden too:
Jonathan Powell

Sunday, August 8

SF to press ahead with talks to dissident republicans despite snub: Sunday Independent
Alan Murray

Dissident republicans target security forces for second time in a week: Sunday Telegraph
Sean Rayment

Catholic police officer possible bomb target: Scotland on Sunday
Jeananne Craig

Uncle refuses to condemn attack: Belfast Telegraph

Man arrested over Derry car bomb: UTV Internet

Ardoyne 'prominent rioter' refused bail: BBC

'Unfinished business' of the 'Murph Massacre addressed: Belfast Media
Paul Ainsworth

Adams' comments 'truly nauseating' – Jim Allister: The News Letter

For Adams, truth and lies are matters of political expediency: Sunday Independent
Eamon Delaney

Uncomfortable facts in our tapestry of tears (Aug 6): Belfast Telegraph
Basil McCrea

Conflict centre marks crucial Kennedy role: Sunday Independent
Don Lavery

Time for parents to ask the primary question (Aug 7): The Irish Times
Breda O'Brien

The Big Fella would have had no time at all for today's small-minded politics: Sunday Independent
Marc Coleman

British Ambassador not ruling out Queen's visit to Kilkenny: Kilkenny People
Mary Cody

BBC staff threaten to disrupt Pope visit: Scotland on Sunday
Rachel Hollis

The success of the Pope's visit matters to all of us: Sunday Telegraph

Saturday, August 7

32-county group plays down plan to meet Sinn Féin: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Real IRA says talks with Sinn Féin could still happen:
Henry McDonald

'Sinn Fein must help round up dissidents': The News Letter

ATO examining 'suspicious' van in Londonderry: BBC

Reports of shots in Londonderry alert: The News Letter
Michael McGlade

Belfast district evacuated after suspect bomb discovered:
Henry McDonald

Derry homes searched following Tuesday's car bomb: BBC

PSNI allays security fears: The News Letter

Undercurrent of terror still haunts Ulster (Aug 5): Yorkshire Post
Patrick Mercer

Violence in North – Dissidents should be ostracised: Irish Examiner

Picture from Northern Ireland you thought you'd never see: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Unionist unity the issue as Empey goes: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

UUP denies Empey early resignation: UTV Internet

Would-be UUP leader stays in the shadows: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Good-bye Sir Reg, hello whooooooooooo?: BBC
Martina Purdy

'We believe the Union has failed Ireland': The News Letter
Gerry Adams

Teenager charged over Ardoyne disturbances: The Irish Times

Jail talks try to end dirty protest: UTV Internet

Greysteel killer Torrens Knight freed from jail: BBC

Release of Halloween killer slammed: Belfast Telegraph

Tiger's Bay hits out at paramilitaries: UTV Internet

Fountain of hope: Londonderry Sentinel

Witness 'threatened' in McDaid case: UTV Internet

'My twin brother was dead, my family blown apart. Suddenly the Queen went into unstoppable mothering mode' – Lord Mountbatten's grandson relives IRA bomb attack: Daily Mail
Frances Hardy

Parents of 'forgotten' IRA victim in appeal for justice: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

Is that it? – Unionists clash over plans for the Maze site: Ulster Star

Long Kesh development plans get warm welcome: Belfast Media
Gráinne McWilliams

Friendless Ulster 'facing economic disaster': Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon and Adrian Rutherford

Cross Border robbers 'need Garda crackdown': Derry Journal

Hurling heads to Stormont for Poc ar an Chnoc: The Irish Times
Tom Humphries

Friday, August 6

Adams seeks meetings with dissident groups: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Attack 'warrants action': Londonderry Sentinel
Eamon Sweeney

'Urgency is needed to tackle dissidents': The News Letter

Man arrested over peaceline alert: UTV Internet

Derry bomb attack – I've lost everything but I'm happy to be alive, says shop owner: Belfast Telegraph

DUP councillors to meet police chiefs: Londonderry Sentinel

Bomb policeman acted on instinct: BBC

NI Executive 'rock-solid' – McGuinness: UTV Internet

Belfast bomb alert puts strain on Northern Ireland peace process:
Henry McDonald

Politicians should stop exploiting sectarian division (Aug 4): The News Letter
Liam Clarke

Keeping North on right track: The Irish Times

Poll confirms what we knew about bonfire: Belfast Media

Republicans urged to relocate protest: The News Letter

Republican prisoners conduct 'dirty protest': The Cross Examiner
Brónagh Murphy

Ronnie's Home: Belfast Media
Paul Ainsworth

'Further efforts needed to tackle hate crime': Newtownabbey Times

SDLP MLA claims 'Derry' name change victory: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Thirsty work as the taste of Irish freedom flies off shelves: Belfast Media
Paul Ainsworth

'Newry effect' has slowed to just a trickle, says cross-border group: Irish Independent
Emmet Oliver

It's a capital idea to get the perfect pitch for all (Aug 4): Belfast Telegraph
Owen Polley

Inequity the bedrock of McDowell's 'Republic' (Aug 3): The Irish Times
Fintan O'Toole

Vatican ambassador looks forward to papal visit: Irish Post
Paul Donovan

Union plan to disrupt Pope's Scottish visit: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Thursday, August 5

Revealed – the private pact between Martin McGuinness and Peter Robinson: Belfast Telegraph

Group claims Strand Road bomb attack: BBC

British army officer 'lucky to be alive' after attack: Irish Independent
Deric Henderson

Belfast families evacuated after car abandoned outside police station:

Controlled explosion on suspect car: Belfast Telegraph

Bombers are 'evil and insane' says Paterson: BBC

Reckless dissidents desperate for a 'kill': Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

Riot accused schoolboy 'not from Ardoyne': UTV Internet

UUP in Parades Bill talks with Orange Order: Belfast Telegraph

Unionist politics has to be restructured: The News Letter
David Rose

Let us be 'friends of all, enemies of none': The News Letter
Harold Good

Bog searches continue near Wilkinstown for 'Disappeared': Meath Chronicle
Paul Murphy

'Informal' truth body may be the way forward for Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Catholic church to comment on Claudy bomb call 'after report': Londonderry Sentinel

'It's about time we moved on', Paisley tells meeting: The Irish Times
John Heaney

Call to end secrecy on Northern Ireland party donations: Belfast Telegraph

Why is the British press hiring a defeated terrorist warlord as a moral arbiter over the British Army?: Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

Byrne family is finally under one roof: Irish Echo

US-style peace camp comes to Belfast: Belfast Telegraph

Human stories behind the Northern Bank robbery on stage: BBC
Damien McCrossan

Removal of illegal waste in North to take years: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Why Catholic transfers are still a long way off (Aug 4): Irish Independent
John Walshe

Wednesday, August 4

Real IRA behind car bomb blast at PSNI base: The Irish Times
George Jackson & Dan Keenan

Lucky escape in republican car bomb attack on Derry police station:
Henry McDonald

Derry police station sealed off: Derry Journal

Police hero praised: Londonderry Sentinel

Give the terrorists up, urges MP: The News Letter

Robinson and McGuinness condemn Derry bomb attack: Derry Journal

Northern Ireland soldier finds booby trap device under car:
Henry McDonald

PSNI chief warns dissident bombers determined to kill: Irish Independent
Steven McCaffery

'Bombers are set to kill again': The News Letter

Bombs in 'Bandit Country' Undermine N. Ireland Recovery Hopes:
Colm Heatley

McGuinness proves he's a worthy leader: Belfast Telegraph

Dissidents need to be confronted: The News Letter

Dissidents 'will' protest yards from annual Apprentice Boys parade: Londonderry Sentinel
Eamon Sweeney

Tensions flare after meeting over Apprentice Boys parade: The News Letter

Continuity IRA contests claims of takeover by faction: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Call them what you like, they're still terrorists: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Tories and the election: UTV Internet

Demolish H-block, say loyalists: The News Letter

Queen Elizabeth invited to Castlebar as Sinn Féin slammed for 'jealousy': Mayo News
Edwin McGreal

Should Queen Elizabeth be welcome in the Republic? (Aug 3): Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Search for second Crossmaglen man continues: The Cross Examiner
Brónagh Murphy

Disappeared search uses Moors murders officer to find victims: Irish Post

Cuts will undermine North's recovery, warns bank: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

'I'm determined to make NI an economic success': The News Letter
Margaret Ritchie

Church to consider school patronage move: Irish Examiner
Niall Murray

Church won't hand over schools without extensive consultation: Irish Independent
John Walshe

Tuesday, August 3

Bomb blast rips through Derry police station: Belfast Telegraph

200lb of explosives in Derry car bomb: BBC

Bomb attack 'utter madness' – PSNI: Derry Journal

Derry officials denounce republican bomb attack on police station:
Henry McDonald

Dissidents slammed over bomb attack: Belfast Telegraph

Ford says Derry bomb is "mindless attack": Derry Journal

Hope expressed of progress on marches: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Loyalists hold 'positive' talks with Gerry Adams: The News Letter

GARC will protest again if August parade is permitted: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Belfast riot accused's father 'saw him in newspaper': BBC

Youth 'seen battering riot police with pole': Belfast Telegraph

Bonfire will go ahead as planned: Belfast Media
Gráinne McWilliams

Talk talk: UTV Internet
Ken Reid

An outsider's guide to the 'pleasures' of the Twelfth: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

DUP's Arlene Foster backs call for one unionist party: Belfast Telegraph

Ian óg looking forward to his first West Belfast visit: Belfast Media
Paul Ainsworth

Unionist politics has to be restructured: The News Letter
David Rose

When revenge stalks the streets of Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

Claudy bombing – Campbell challenges Church: Derry Journal

Report into Claudy atrocity is 'on course': The News Letter

Gerald Donaghey, Saville and the nail bombs: Derry Journal
Eamonn McCann

There'll always be that someone to remind us: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Welcome for Long Kesh plan: Derry Journal

Sectarian graffiti attack on house: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Minimal security as duke and UK ambassador go walkabout: The Irish Times
Michael Parsons

Ireland's road to the future:
Conor O'Clery

Republic pays for illegal waste to be repatriated: Belfast Telegraph

State foots €36m bill to 'repatriate' illegal waste from North: The Irish Times
Olivia Kelly

Secular model of papacy, based on the Roman Empire, has to go: The Irish Times
James P Mackey

Monday, August 2

Adams to meet with loyalists on parades: The Irish Times
Una Murphy

Loyalists to meet Adams at city hall: The News Letter

Apprentice Boys slam damage to Walker's statue: Derry Journal

Paint thrown at Our Lady's Church in Harryville: BBC

UCUNF is as dead as Monty Python's parrot: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Stop making an a** of yourself – Caoimhghin risks being a clown: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Team hopes to find more of North's 'Disappeared': Irish Independent
Grainne Cunningham

Challenge to Catholic Church over Claudy: The News Letter

Ghosts of a Forgotten Massacre: Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Ballymurphy massacre families reveal new evidence: Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Ex-rugby stars relive IRA explosion terror: The News Letter

Peace has seen media retreat from the North: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Get economics right and NI will work politically: The News Letter
Owen Polley

North expects savage 'generational' budget cuts: Sunday Business Post

Tourism could bring £1bn to Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph

WikiLeaks and British lies in Ireland:
Gerry Adams

Sunday, August 1

Man charged with rioting in Belfast: UTV Internet

Police warn of zero tolerance at interface: Derry Journal

President's speech was a step forward for all of us: Sunday Independent
John-Paul McCarthy

Real IRA behind Players shooting: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Thieves steal hunger striker's portrait from Bishop Street gallery: Derry Journal

'Sectarian vandals' attack church:

Northern Ireland by any other name simply stinks: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Sacking protest went much too far (Jul 21): Belfast Telegraph

Film to recall Miami Showband massacre (Jul 31): The News Letter

Holidays can unite and divide us (Jul 27): Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Why we all should be proud of Belfast Pride: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Bonfire of the Community Relations Quangos? (Jul 28): BBC
Mark Devenport

British ambassador stresses tourism link (Jul 30): The Irish Times

Papal visit is important for all, regardless of religion: Edinburgh Evening News


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