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Monday, August 15

Ombudsman loses staff trust over withheld intelligence:
Barry McCaffrey

Persuasion the best policy, says Adams: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Union is secure, says ex-IRA man: The News Letter

Adams makes call for 'free' Ireland: Belfast Telegraph

'Peace process party' poised for civil war: (from the Sunday Times)
Liam Clarke

Martin McGuinness condemns 'sectarian' Derry violence:
Henry McDonald

McGuinness condemns violence by nationalists: The Irish Times
George Jackson & Gerry Moriarty

Petrol bombs rain down as drunken youths run amok: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

15,000 on streets to remember Derry siege: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Derry – Exploring a city united in peace (Jul 30): Manchester Evening News
Jo Blakemore

Omagh remembers bombing dead: Belfast Telegraph

BNP attacks local politicians over cultural diversity: (from the Sunday World)
Suzanne Breen

Lambegs drum up an historic first for Cavan's fleadh: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Gay Byrne will not contest Presidential race: RTE

Gaybo – 'I decided days ago not to run for the presidency': Irish Independent
Ken Sweeney

FF leader wounded, but not fatally, by broadcaster's withdrawal: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

That 'Eureka' moment showed up Martin's flawed judgment: Irish Independent
Sam Smyth

Race for the Áras – Martin's leadership: Irish Examiner

Sir Hugh Orde – Commissioner in waiting? (Aug 13): The Independent
Paul Peachey

Sir Hugh is the best man, not a 'Yes' man: Belfast Telegraph

Scots and Welsh quick to distance themselves from England's shame: Irish Independent

Sunday, August 14

Pipe bomb thrown at police in Derry:
Henry McDonald

Republican parade rioting condemned: Belfast Telegraph

Republican commemorations: Derry Journal

Not Quite There Yet – Northern Ireland: The Marshalltown Chronicle
Jill Luke

Man remanded on terrorism charges: UTV

'We are very proud of Kevin' (Jul 30): Derry Journal

Just one visit to nationalist area (Aug 8): Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

MP Simpson backs death penalty return: Portadown Times

Kenny's words will be remembered for decades: Irish Echo

Navy gunboat sails into British waters to arrest illegal trawler: Evening Herald
Michael Lavery

Saturday, August 13

Rasharkin parade allowed through village: UTV

Loyalist band parade barred from return through nationalist village Rasharkin: Belfast Telegraph

Apprentice Boys to march amid protests: UTV

Grassroots point the way to shared future in peaceful Northern Ireland:
Nicholas Watt

'Sinn Fein voters accept partition': The News Letter

Lillis campaign slams trust's care evaluation: Belfast Telegraph

Law or 'masked thugs': Derry Journal

Man faces terrorist-related charges: Belfast Telegraph

Protestant cleric backs joint classes with Catholics: Belfast Telegraph
Lindsay Fergus

Internment remembered: Derry Journal

Last NI death sentence man Holden bids to clear name: BBC

'No child protection issues' over gun photos (Aug 9): The News Letter

TUV slam Gaza twinning plans: Ballymoney Times

Painting of State visit given to Queen: The Irish Times
Michael Parsons

Mitchell defends EU role in Irish affairs: The Irish Times
Éanna Ó Caollaí

Presidential election – No certainty in democratic politics (Aug 11): Irish Examiner

Campbell demands tougher line against rioters (Aug 11): BBC

London's deputy mayor says sorry for dig at Irish builders (Jul 23): The Irish Times

NI MP calls for rioters to be evicted: UTV

The police don't need water cannon to deal with rioters:
Norman Bettison

Time for less talk and more action: Belfast Telegraph

The Beat Of A Different Drum – An Irish band that tried to bring peace to their country plays Al. Ringling Theatre tonight: Portage Daily Register
Craig Spychalla

Gers' fan played sectarian songs (Aug 5): Perthshire Advertiser
Les Stewart

Friday, August 12

Ruane wants Ombudsman to resign: UTV

TUV and DUP clash as Speaker row flares: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Allister criticises youth camp: The Irish Times
Cían Nihill

Gardai fear RIRA behind arson on Quinn chief's car: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

Trio charged over jail protest at Alliance's HQ: Belfast Telegraph
Anne Madden

Jail hospital 'can cater for Lillis': Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Translink rapped over IRA shrine: The News Letter

Translink wristband ban condemned: Mid Ulster Mail

'No decision yet' on minister's Windsor return: The News Letter

Innocent man killed by British army, inquiry finds: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Family welcome that HET says Billy McKavanagh was innocent: BBC

Miami massacre – How Hugh's band avoided the road to hell: Donegal Democrat

Tests show exhumed body is not IRA victim: The Scotsman
Ed Carty

Newly refurbished monument to Camlough Hunger Striker nears completion: The Cross Examiner
Brónagh Murphy

Appeal over RUC payment deadline: The News Letter

PM urged to use PSNI 'riot expertise': UTV

Single-minded Sir Hugh exactly what Met needs: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

When passion and politics clash: Belfast Media
Des Wilson

Uncle Gaybo will be hard to beat if he runs for president: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Presidential race – Integrity of politics under threat: Irish Examiner

Sinn Féin TD meets former PM in Sydney: Irish Echo (Australia)
Luke O'Neill

O'Neill loses bid to withdraw guilty plea: Delaware County Daily Times
Alex Rose

Thursday, August 11

SF Minister in row over anthem on first visit to Windsor Park stadium: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Brian Kerr IFA comments 'disgraceful' – McElduff: BBC

GAA 'must clarify views on IRA events at clubs': The News Letter

Sinn Féin urges presidential voting rights for North: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Protests 'will not harm Relief of Derry parade': The News Letter

Rasharkin Apprentice Boys banned from Sunnyside: Ballymoney Times

Charity 'has no involvement in IRA event': The News Letter

Co Armagh man held after dissident operation: RTE

Armagh 'chaos' over twin hoax alerts: UTV

Man arrested over Bobby Moffett murder: BBC

Derry gun attack close to play area: UTV

Barriers Remain Amid Unresolved Conflict: Spiegel Online
Carsten Volkery

Built in haste now repented at leisure: Belfast Telegraph

Finucanes angry over inquiry stall: Irish Echo

Report released into army killing: UTV

The last horseman: Irish Echo

UK riots – BBC presenters told to call riots 'English': Daily Telegraph
Anita Singh

'24 hour notice' for NI water cannons: UTV

Now is not the time for police to use water cannon and baton rounds:
Hugh Orde

How can we police Britain's double standards on rioting?: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

McIlroy Stays Mum Over Olympic Team Allegiance:
Bill Pennington

McIlroy masters art of diplomacy as he moves to cool Olympic debate: Irish Independent
Karl MacGinty

Stormont could act as £4bn loan-arranger for business: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Byrne's Brussels outburst exposes FF rift: Irish Examiner
Paul O'Brien and Juno McEnroe

Gay's election ambitions come too Late Late in the day: Belfast Telegraph
Sam Smyth

Wednesday, August 10

Former detainees bring internment case: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

NI internment remembered 40 years on: BBC
Chris Page

Internment should not only be seen as an historical event: Derry Journal

Attwood accuses Coiste nIarchimi of double standards: BBC

Internment a prisoner of poor political timing: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Gunshots and petrol bombs at bonfire: UTV

Dissidents beginning to doubt their divided fight: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Sinn Fein 'orchestrating campaign to lower Union flag at City Hall': Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Community leaders hope for peaceful march: Derry Journal

Allister slams 'irrational' parades ruling: The News Letter

It will take a lot more than a new leader to save SDLP: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Republican prisoner taken to hospital: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

'Dying' Brendan Lillis is moved to hospital: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

McGuinness presses government over Lillis: Derry Journal

Man in stable condition after Londonderry shooting: BBC

'Don't compare London riots to Ulster': The News Letter

Requests to supply water cannons unlikely, says former PSNI chief constable: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

PSNI offer Land Rover help over London riots: BBC

PSNI 'can't send' London riot officers: UTV

Top police officer warns against use of plastic bullets on rioters:
Sandra Laville

London riots – Theresa May rejects calls for water cannon: Daily Telegraph
Tom Whitehead

Fury over charity logo on IRA flyer: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Sinn Fein minister set for Northern Ireland match at Windsor Park: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Country 'switch' unfair to IFA – Kerr: The Irish Times

Fight on to secure footballers' loyalty to Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Graham Luney

Cross-party tributes to 'peacemaker' Holkeri: The News Letter

Tuesday, August 9

Dissidents warn of 'drastic' action: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Apprentice Boys' 'anger' at ruling: The News Letter

Drive to free Lillis stepped up a gear: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

Should Lillis be shown compassion?: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Riot charges for teen girl and woman: UTV

We hate to say it Maggie, but ...: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Three charged over teen murder bid: UTV

Graffiti attack on Rasharkin Hibernian hall: BBC

Tenth anniversary of teenager's murder commemorated: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Republicans 'to sue government' over NI internment: BBC

'They ruined my life, I will never forgive them': Belfast Media
Kieran Hughes

Britain's human guinea pigs' demand justice on torture anniversary (Aug 7): (from the Sunday World)
Suzanne Breen

Internment event cancelled after daughter accuses organisers of 'hijacking' father's memory: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Waiting for justice: Derry Journal

British soldiers back in the West: Belfast Media
Gráinne McWilliams

Slowly, the North is inching towards normality: Sunday Business Post
Vincent Browne

Harri Holkeri – Finnish statesman who played key role in talks that led to Good Friday peace deal: Belfast Telegraph

North has highest rates of post-traumatic stress: The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

Comrie man is fined for playing sectarian songs on his computer (Aug 5): The Courier (Perthshire)

Monday, August 8

PSNI – we're not overstretched: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Ballymena PSNI officers attacked with bricks: BBC

Probe into use of baton rounds: Carrick Times

PSNI 'facing class action by suspects held too long' (Aug 3): Belfast Telegraph

McGuinness in new plea over prisoner: UTV

Provos slam Felons Club for banning fund-raising for dying Long Kesh man: (from the Sunday World)
Suzanne Breen

Three in court over GAA teen murder bid: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

"I'm no tout and never would be" – Ex-CIRA boss slams death threat: (from the Sunday World)
Suzanne Breen

'Flags of hope' remember Thomas Devlin: BBC

Hundreds attend Ballymurphy march: UTV

Families demand British tell the truth about Belfast's Bloody Sunday: (from the Sunday World)
Suzanne Breen

No Sinn Féin invite to Bridge meeting invokes anger: The Cross Examiner
Brónagh Murphy

Wilson seeks representative on Nama board: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

God save us if this religious lunacy is allowed to triumph (Aug 3): Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Gangsters get security warning in wake of murder: Irish Independent
Ralph Riegel

Gay Byrne considers standing for Irish presidency:
Henry McDonald

McClean planning Irish switch: London Evening Standard

Sunday, August 7

Kate Middleton trained to act against possible IRA attacks: Irish Voice/
Cathal Dervan

Suspected firearm found during Stranmillis alert: BBC

Santander to re-open after bomb attack: Derry Journal

Teens remanded over south Belfast riots: UTV

Only way back for smaller parties is to flee Executive (Aug 5): Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

'Sandcastle' flag row halts council business (Aug 3): Derry Journal

Gaeltacht Quarter begins to take shape (Aug 1): Belfast Media
Gráinne McWilliams

Two charged with Antrim attempted murder: BBC

Man arrested in Moffett murder investigation: RTE

Bobby Moffett murder – Man released: UTV

Celebrating the genius of Féile (Jul 28): Belfast Media
Des Wilson

So will Robinson give Pride of place to gays? (Aug 5): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

California pols in North visit: Irish Echo

Fading fast, the murals that illustrate story of the Troubles: The Independent
Rob Sharp

A Stern recollection of Troubled times and the I.R.A. informer who got away: Donegal Democrat

Hey Google, where's our new Peace bridge? (Aug 2): Derry Journal

Peer hails tenacity of PMS members: The News Letter

A minor miracle that put PMS savers back in black (Aug 4): Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Prosecution team to deal with football violence (Aug 6): The Scotsman
Cordelia O'Neill

Impose legislation wisely to root out football hooligans (Aug 6): The Herald

Saturday, August 6

Online dissidents 'must face courts': The News Letter

Price's pardon 'should mean dropped charges': UTV

Two Londonderry men accused of having rifle: BBC

Ford strategy stokes the fires of dissident discord: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Fresh call for parades body to be scrapped: The News Letter

Loyalist residents in second protest at flashpoint: Belfast Telegraph
Louise Small

MLAs call for Lillis release: Derry Journal

MP hits out at 'political pressure' in Lillis case: The News Letter

AOH leader Seamus Boyle calls for Lillis release: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

"PSNI failing people of this community" – claims Councillor: Tyrone Times

Sinn Fein need to take a step back from political policing: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

'Lock up your sons and daughters or we will' – Police: Newtownabbey Times

Woman charged with East Belfast trouble: UTV

Ballyclare riot accused in court: UTV

Margaret Ritchie courts SDLP membership: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Sinn Fein holds first ard fheis in Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Justice for Ballymurphy: Derry Journal

Mother 'sceptical' over son's murder reinvestigation: UTV

Flying flag for brighter future in memory of murdered teen: Belfast Telegraph
Anne Madden

News gathering not for police to exploit: Belfast Telegraph

Adams judgement due in September: Dundalk Democrat

Views sought on UK Bill of Rights: BBC
Clive Coleman

Links to U.S. Tea Party for Irish presidential front runner: Irish Voice/
Cathal Dervan

Do we need to elect a largely powerless president at all?: The Irish Times
Donald Clarke

Race for presidency is becoming a farce: Irish Examiner

BBC defends decision to call Irish song 'sectarian': The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Scottish Independence – It's Up to the Working Class (Aug 4): Huffington Post
Neil Scott

Friday, August 5

Facebook police photos were 'murder risk': UTV

RAAD should 'go away and stay away': Donegal Democrat

'Explosives' in dissident accused's car: UTV

I'll sue – says McNally: Mid Ulster Mail

Possible Real IRA link in murder of Cork man investigated: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

East Belfast residents stage protest: UTV

Three men due in court over Ballyclare riots: BBC

Fifth arrest over Ballyclare violence: UTV

Teen riot accused banned from parades: UTV

Silence reigns after crunch Drumcree talks: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Doubt over new North economic envoy: Irish Echo
Susan Garraty

More calls to free Brendan Lillis: UTV

McMahon calls for release of Brendan Lillis: Donegal Democrat

Brendan Lillis campaigners in 'sack David Ford' call: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Donaldson wants death penalty restored for terrorists: BBC

Call for restorative justice review: UTV

DUP MP Donaldson wants death penalty restored: Belfast Telegraph

News organisations must hand over riot footage: BBC

Police win media riot footage bid: UTV

Murdered RUC man's grandaughter meets relatives of 9/11: Impartial Reporter
Julie Kenwell

'Rein in DUP homophobes': Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Troubles-related stress illness studied: BBC

Boston College probe a threat to oral history research: Irish Echo
Christopher Bray

Olympic torch to light up both sides of Border: Irish Independent

Thursday, August 4

Facebook shuts down page targeting Northern Ireland police:
Henry McDonald

Dissidents put PSNI officers on web: The News Letter

Pensioner charged with terrorist offences: RTE

Four dissident suspects arrested and rifle found in Derry: BBC

Derry alert disruption condemned: UTV

McGlone aims to reassert SDLP's 'proud core values': Tyrone Times

SDLP leadership debate 'healthy': Derry Journal

Orange Order dismisses SF's 'loyalist link' claim: The News Letter

RNU to stage Apprentice Boys march protest: Derry Journal

Man remanded over Ardoyne riots: UTV

Four held over Ballyclare riots: Belfast Telegraph

Boy, 16, charged over Twelfth riots: UTV

Patience of the Saints: Belfast Media

Spotlight put on divided society: The News Letter

Call for restorative justice review: Belfast Telegraph

Lillis not sick enough for compassionate release – Ford: BBC

Moyle council call for release of former IRA man: Ballymoney Times

David Ford meets partner of prisoner Brendan Lillis: BBC

A vengeful society is not the answer: Belfast Telegraph

Bus and rail firm Translink bans pro-Army wristbands: Belfast Telegraph

Brehons back BC: Irish Echo
Paul Ainsworth

Legal writ expected over internment: UTV

Cross-border bridge may still be built: The Cross Examiner
Brónagh Murphy

Media challenge PSNI's 12 July legal bid: RTE

MLA Jim Allister calls for apology over Belfast Gay Pride posters: Belfast Telegraph
Amanda Poole

Man charged over Neil Lennon 'hate' websites: BBC

Wednesday, August 3

Margaret Ritchie may face three-way fight to lead SDLP: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

SDLP needs more than just a change at the top: The News Letter
Sam McBride

SDLP feeling the strain: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Dissident republican suspects held: Belfast Telegraph

Suspicious object found after dissident probe arrests: Derry Journal

Derry alert disruption condemned: UTV

Revealed – Dissident bomb plot to kill police: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Teen charged over Ardoyne riots: UTV

Is this how we want world to view Northern Ireland?: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Flags in Aghanloo 'contentious': Derry Journal

Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness in Lillis plea: BBC

Commemoration hears call for Lillis release: Derry Journal

Loose talk set the police on the trail of the Provos: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Elliott presses for 'Londonderry' title: Derry Journal

Dublin pub that barred the Queen burnt to the ground in suspicious circumstances: Irish Voice/
Cathal Dervan

Lounge and owner attracted wrong kind of publicity over past year: The Irish Times
Conor Lally

MP Campbell in web messages warning: Derry Journal

Police arrest 'creator' of website used to post Neil Lennon hate messages: The Scotsman
Gareth Rose

David Norris campaign was a political phenomenon:
Patrick Barkham

Cameron 'kept word by rescuing PMS': The News Letter

Tuesday, August 2

PSNI 'emergency' plan under fire: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

PSNI deny 'hands off' approach: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

McDonnell may also take on Ritchie: Belfast Telegraph

A challenging time for SDLP leader Margaret Ritchie : Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Seriously-ill Lillis a threat to no-one, says McCartney: Derry Journal

New hunger strike mural underway in the Bogside: Derry Journal

Ex-Army agent could be key to catching hackers: Belfast Telegraph

British army 'covered up' UDR units links to UVF:
Barry McCaffrey

Why is it ok to have such contempt for Protestants? (Jul 28): Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Murder spree spells bad news for Church: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Norris's presidential bid all but over as backers pull the plug: Irish Independent
Michael Brennan, Fiach Kelly and Greg Harkin

Monday, August 1

Margaret Ritchie faces leadership challenge: RTE

Patsy McGlone to stand for SDLP leadership: UTV

I'd put a bullet in his head – CIRA death threat to ex-boss: (from the Sunday World)
Suzanne Breen

Two due in court over Belfast riots: UTV

More arrests to come say police: Portadown Times

'Old RUC' fear: Belfast Media
Paul Ainsworth

Let Brendan Lillis go home:
Sandy Boyer

Orangemen face prosecution for Drumcree 'march': Portadown Times

Orangemen deny any Drumcree breach: The News Letter

CARA action against parades body: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

McShane Twelfth comments 'outrageous': Ballymoney Times

Pipe bomb found in Crossgar: UTV

Police release loyalist murder quiz man: Belfast Telegraph

Laws to tackle sport sectarianism: UTV

BC should abide by subpoena, provide info in murder case: Boston Globe

Met 'failed to act over hacking of ex-Army spy's IRA emails': London Evening Standard
Tom Harper

Paras are back on the streets of Ballymurphy: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

When Church and state collide: Sunday Business Post

Time to remember place of the RIC in the history of Ireland: The Irish Times
Chris Ryder

Why I won't be back at Gay Pride: The News Letter
Alex Kane


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