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Friday, August 14

Kevin McGuigan murder – Peter Robinson warns of political repercussions if PIRA is involved: BBC

Kevin McGuigan – Two people arrested in murder inquiry: BBC

Mother says she'll pray for son's killers: Irish News
Allison Morris

Peace process threat as former prisoner shot dead: Irish Independent
David Young and Michael McHugh

Killing of ex-IRA man Kevin McGuigan 'ruthless' – PSNI: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Is the Provisional IRA anti-drugs unit back in action?: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Kevin McGuigan murder – IRA not involved, says Sinn Fein: The News Letter

'Pay-back' line of enquiry in Short Strand murder: UTV
Brian Rowan

Kevin McGuigan's murder a brutal execution: Irish News

Peter Robinson welcomes 'serious' welfare reform summer talks with Sinn Fein: Belfast Telegraph

Irish unity figures don't stack up for Sinn Fein: Irish News
Alex Kane

Alleged IRA man told – keep out of Wexford: Wexford People

Orange Order presents report to UK and Irish governments: The News Letter

Stormont committee to contact EasyJet over Twelfth apology: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Double-jobbing concerns blown out of proportion, says new MLA (Aug 12): The News Letter

Bloody Sunday rubber bullet featured on US reality TV show: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Anger over IRA bomber 'hero' comments: Ballymena Times

Ranafast Gaeltacht in Donegal fights Irish language decline: BBC
Kevin Sharkey

Eisenhower plinth may now be placed on education land: Impartial Reporter
Julie Kenwell

Historians warned to be careful about anniversaries: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

A gay marriage referendum in Northern Ireland? Beware the shy 'No' voters: Belfast Telegraph
Bill White

Terrorism and British exit from EU 'pose risks to Ireland': Irish Independent
Philip Ryan

EU poll could lead to constitutional disarray: Irish News
Brian Garrett

Fianna Fail and Fine Gael cannot remain apart much longer: The Herald (Ireland)
Andrew Lynch

We're not immune from threat of 'lone wolf' terrorism (Agu 9): Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Thursday, August 13

Politicians – 'Northern Ireland peace at risk': BBC
Shaun Ley

Martin McGuinness changing his mind isn't same as selling out: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Ex-IRA gunman shot dead in apparent revenge killing: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

'This is payback for Jock Davison' – IRA hitman Kevin McGuigan killed in a hail of bullets at his Belfast home: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Short Strand in shock at murder – 'I prayed over Kevin, telling him he would be all right': Belfast Telegraph
Lesley Houston

East Belfast murder – Kevin McGuigan shot six times in back of the head and neck: Belfast Live
Jilly Beattie and Maurice Fitzmaurice

Short Strand murder – Politicians slam 'savagery' of shooting that's threatening to drag us back to the past: Belfast Telegraph

Gun murders are now rare in Ulster, and need to remain so: The News Letter

Paramilitary group threaten drug dealers: Irish News
Allison Morris

Concern over erection of flags outside social housing scheme: Newtownabbey Times
Russell Keers

MP Gavin Robinson challenges Bombardier over decision to ban Union flag dice: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley Houston

Police say bin blast the work of dissidents: The News Letter

Skeoge Road bomb could have killed say PSNI: Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

Parents of rioting children 'should be held accountable': The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Solicitor takes up riot cases with ombudsman: Irish News
Connla Young

Prosecute parents of rioting children, urges DUP peer Lord Morrow: Belfast Telegraph

Writer subjected to three-hour attack on west Belfast home: BBC

Tests on car allegedly driven by Orangeman charged with attempted murders: Irish News

PSNI still hunting suspects after Continuity IRA terrorist plot recordings: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

New GAA mural to be painted in Ardoyne: Irish News
Connla Young

PSNI urged to probe Wolfe Tones 'pro-IRA slogans': The News Letter

So much to be proud of as Féile came to a close: Irish News
Allison Morris

Let me be frank, my haters are a sick joke: Belfast Telegraph
Mairia Cahill

Now we all belong to a minority community: The News Letter

Gardai patrol North border to grab illegal immigrants: The Herald (Ireland)
Ken Foy

US fund in Nama deal set to appear at Stormont inquiry: Belfast Telegraph
Shane Phelan

Noonan must give evidence to Stormont probe: Tóibín: Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

Council spent €400k on royal visit – but has to close libraries: Irish Independent
Greg Harkin

Cameron playing fast and loose with the Union: The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

Wednesday, August 12

Baroness O'Loan – 'Immoral' to link Troubles legacy to welfare reform: BBC

Reconciliation can be complex, but achievable with goodwill: Belfast Telegraph
Trevor Ringland

Welfare poor excuse for failure to deal with past: Irish News

Victims held to ransom by Stormont impasse – O'Loan: The News Letter

Relation of Colin Duffy blames PSNI for disorder: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Belfast riot suspects 'transported petrol bombs thrown by youths aged 12': The News Letter

Republican anti-internment rally 'a shameful attempt to stoke tensions' in Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Disgust as Hunger Strike memorial placed on bonfire: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Apprentice Boys success is a template for all of NI: The News Letter

Thugs won't turn tide of peace: Belfast Telegraph

Feile security chief worked as Gerry Adams' bodyguard: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

H.E. land being used to store bonfire items: Derry Journal

Sinn Féin party income dwarfs rivals: Irish News
John Manley

Sinn Fein still richest party by far, but both it and DUP live beyond their means: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Gordon Lyons to replace Sammy Wilson as East Antrim MLA: BBC

Action urged to end NI paramilitary assaults on children: The Irish Times

Kevin Hannaway – Gerry Adams' cousin charged with 'IRA connections': The Independent
Siobhan Fenton

Taxi driver 'plotted drug dealer punishment beatings': The News Letter

Man beaten with baseball bats in Larne home: Irish News

Pipe band terror threat and Union Flag claims rejected: The News Letter

Victims campaigner condemns Martin McGuinness's 'idolisation' of IRA hunger striker: Mid Ulster Mail

Time for talking truth has arrived: Irish News
Jarlath Kearney

Jennifer Dornan's Sinn Fein neighbour hands over video footage to detectives: Belfast Telegraph

A warm welcome for America's latest consul general to NI: The News Letter

Jim Boyce tells James McClean – Keep your political views out of football: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

CNN 'stuck in a time warp' says AOH: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

FF TDs split on joining coalition as junior to FG: Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

Coalition with Fine Gael would be 'end of Fianna Fáil': The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly and Mary Minihan

Fianna Fail 'would do a deal with the devil' to get back into power – Minister: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor and Philip Ryan

Pro-Indy rally banned amid police concerns over rival clashes with unnamed Loyalist group: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Tuesday, August 11

DUP building a new type of fortress: Irish News
Fionnuala O Connor

Sinn Féin anger at return of British soldiers: Ulster Herald

Unionism needs the confidence to answer some difficult questions: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Be grateful and ignore Sinn Fein's victimhood myth: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Trouble after halting of anti-internment march 'inexcusable': The Irish Times

Anti-internment bonfire forced homelessness charity to move: Irish News
John Monaghan

Taylor accuses Sinn Fein of attempting to 'create tension' over loyalist parades: The Cross Examiner

A marching mess ... (Aug 10): UTV
Brian Rowan

Dungiven bus attack – Woman loses teeth in brick attack: BBC

Apprentice Boys bus attack – 'We don't blame the people of Dungiven': Derry Journal
Sheena Jackson

Union flags – Gary Middleton says Sinn Féin provocation claim 'hard to understand': Londonderry Sentinel

Threat to burn home over Union flag bed sheets: Ulster Herald

Wolfe Tones accuse DUP of "nit-picking" over IRA chant: Irish News
John Monaghan

Under-threat pals of slain IRA boss Ryan in 'shoot to kill' photo: The Herald (Ireland)
Ken Foy

Five people arrested in operation targeting the IRA:
Órla Ryan

Woman tells of carrying baby from petrol-bombed flat: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

One of the 'Hooded Men' is charged with assisting IRA: Irish Independent
Brian Kavanagh

Senior judges to help with Troubles inquests: The News Letter

McGuinness recalls sacrifices of hunger strikers in Bellaghy: Mid Ulster Mail

Gunshots at my great-aunt's burial show that paramilitary funerals aren't a thing of the past: New Statesman
Siobhan Fenton

Fifty years on, 'Only Our Rivers Run Free' is still flowing beautifully along (Aug 10): Irish Independent
Billy Keane

GAA club denounces painting over of iconic mural: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Project to examine support for military veterans in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph

US consul vows to boost economic ties with Northern Ireland: The News Letter

Sinn Féin hits back at 'cult' allegations:
Órla Ryan

Leading FF TDs reject coalition with Sinn Féin: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor and Daniel McConnell

Fianna Fáil TD describes Sinn Fein as a 'cult' and believes the party's policies would 'destroy' the economy: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor and Daniel McConnell

Fianna Fáil could be junior partner in coalition, says McGrath: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

Sky Sports commentator calls James McClean a 'Northern Irishman from Londonderry':
Ben Blake

James McClean – Sky Sports commentator Alan Parry accused of 'trolling' West Brom's new signing: Belfast Telegraph

Fans angered over McClean commentator 'Londonderry' comment: Irish News

Monday, August 10

Divis Hoods torch cars and goad PSNI at internment night bonfire: Belfast Telegraph
Nevin Farrell

Police targeted after anti-internment parade in Belfast: BBC

Anti-internment parade organisers must bear responsibility for Belfast violence, says Martin McGuinness: Belfast Telegraph
Joanne Fleming

Cross-community condemnation of republican rioting: The News Letter

Protestors cheer as anti-internment parade stopped: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Tourists stunned by heavy police presence at Belfast anti-internment parade: Belfast Telegraph
Joanne Fleming

Union flags burnt on anti-internment bonfires: Irish News
John Monaghan

Two people charged over Belfast republican parade disorder: The News Letter

Anti-internment parade – PSNI hold the line on fraught day of disorder and disruption: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

A cynical attempt to disrupt city: Belfast Telegraph

Parade rulings must be upheld: Irish News

PSNI grateful after Apprentice Boys of Derry march passes off peacefully: Belfast Telegraph

Loyalist band admits breaching St Patrick's music ban: Irish News
Connla Young

Tackling Stormont jams one at a time could clear road ahead: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Youth arrested after four hurt in Dungiven bus attack: The News Letter

Dungiven – Bus attack that injured four people shameful, says priest: BBC

Sinn Fein and SDLP unite to condemn sectarian bus attack on Apprentice Boys supporters: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Man nailed to table by UDA 'was victim of a set-up': Belfast Telegraph

Fresh concerns raised over Carroll case: Irish News
Connla Young

Martin McGuinness – INLA owed Peggy O'Hara more respect than shots fired over her coffin: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

IRA 'responsible' for killings blamed on loyalists: Irish News
Valerie Robinson

Frankie Boyle insults disabled and laughs at rape, but could he summon up the courage to mock the IRA? Of course not: Belfast Telegraph
Mairia Cahill

Martin McGuinness – 'A united Ireland is inevitable but I won't put a date on it': Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Gerry Adams has run out of electoral steam: Irish News
Tom Kelly

FF TDs say coalition with SF possible – if Adams goes: Irish Independent
Daniel McConnell

Was State commemoration of O'Donovan Rossa funeral appropriate?: The Irish Times
Marie Coleman

Signs of support for educating children together (Aug 8): The News Letter

'Parents and teachers are scared' – Why won't more schools give up their Catholic patronage?:
Órla Ryan

Sunday, August 9

McGuinness calls for calm on eve of internment march: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Parades Commission 'ignores' plea on UDR murder spot: The News Letter

Taking responsibility key to tackling parades deadlock (Aug 6): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Outrage as war hero flag placed on republican bonfire: Sunday World
Jamie McDowll

Corbyn backing Labour in NI would be major step forward (Aug 5): The News Letter

Sinn Fein flags criticism rejected as parade banner unveiled: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Dungiven – Four people injured after bus attacked with stones: BBC

Attack on bus in Dungiven from Apprentice Boys Parade 'evil': Derry Journal
Sheena Jackson

Arrest after four hurt in Dungiven bus attack: UTV

Over 1,350 sign petition demanding an Easyjet apology for Twelfth ban: Belfast Telegraph
Chris McCullough

Sinn Fein hits out at Sammy Wilson over fraud allegations: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Birmingham Six member Paddy Hill – 'Apathy by the people of Birmingham over pub bombings cover up disgusts me': Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

Outrage over PUP official's 'pride' at Miami Showband killers: Belfast Telegraph
Joanne Sweeney

'Remember unionist culture': Ulster Star

FG TDs attack O'Sullivan for criticism over school baptism: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan and Sam Griffin

Church-run schools far more popular than their critics say: Irish Independent
David Quinn

Sinn Fein Speaker to honour Irish soldiers who lost lives at Gallipoli 100 years ago: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Sinn Fein's attempt to seize the myth of 1916: Sunday Independent
Sarah Carey

Time for a Northern Ireland team in all sports?:
Ian Parsley

Alliance could lose votes on same-sex marriage stance: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

£2.2m given out in golden goodbyes to retiring Northern Ireland politicians (Aug 4): Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Lessons from history in defining republicanism (Jul 25): Irish News
Patrick Murphy

Let's speak Gaeilge however we can and wherever we want (Aug 6): Irish Examiner
Victoria White

'Make no mistake – a Brexit is not in Ireland's best interests': Sunday Independent
Simon Harris

Saturday, August 8

Sinn Fein's McGuinness hopeful deal on past can be thrashed out despite row over welfare: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Jeremy Corbyn must be clear on terror (Aug 6): Belfast Telegraph

DUP react to Republican flags 'aggression': Coleraine Times

24/7 flags policy – McShane issues invitation to Unionists: Ballymoney Times
Una Culkin

Time for flags to be taken down, says Alliance MLA: Newtownabbey Times

Sinn Fein objects to Apprentice Boys parade Union Flags: The News Letter

DUP hit back in Waterside flags row: Londonderry Sentinel
Niall Deeney

Bombardier Shorts worker in Union flag dice row says firm is not inclusive: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Relief of Derry Apprentice Boys parade – 'Low key' policing as march expected to pass off peacefully: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Controversy over weekend's parades: Lurgan Mail

DUP and SF meet police over violence fears at big anti-internment parade: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

'Londonderry' banner to welcome Apprentice Boys of Derry: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Disgust as Hunger Strike memorial placed on bonfire: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Anger at 'lack of consideration towards Bellaghy Unionists' ahead of IRA hunger striker memorial: Mid Ulster Mail
Shauna Corr

Hamilton enters a lion's den of former IRA enemies: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Justice campaigner to attend Craigavon Two talk: Portadown Times

PSNI defend giving replica gun to children: Irish News
Connla Young

Waving an Irish tricolour at loyalist protesters from a passing car could have sparked major public disorder, court hears: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Top judges and investigators drafted in to clear Troubles inquests backlog: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Symbolism and substance needed to deal with past: Irish News

Instruments "should be returned" to Miami Showband survivors: Irish News
John Monaghan

Belfast and Dublin to forge closer links: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Border crossings – First-time visitors describe their experience of Ireland North and South: The Irish Times
Andy Pollak

Hundreds of supporters gather to cheer controversial cleric James McConnell: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

The right to rancour: The Economist

Paster McConnell case raises questions about truth and freedom: Belfast Telegraph
Peter Lynas

Feile an Phobail a success today thanks to NIO money (Aug 6): Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Graeme McDowell doesn't seem too keen on representing Ireland in the Olympics: Irish Independent

Radical action needed to fix Northern Ireland economy – SDLP leader Alasdair McDonnell (Aug 6): Belfast Telegraph

Liberal Alliance Party should allow its MLAs a choice on same-sex marriage (Aug 4): Belfast Telegraph

Scottish, Welsh and Northern Irish ministers unite for BBC charter message: The Guardian

Friday, August 7

Jeremy Corbyn refuses to condemn IRA for terrorist atrocities: Daily Telegraph
Steven Swinford

Jeremy Corbyn the artful dodger – A transcript of his Nolan interview: Belfast Telegraph

Martin McGuinness and George Hamilton share festival stage: BBC

Wilson wants Sinn Féin benefits probe: Irish News
John Manley

3,000 sign up to end terrorists' day release: Belfast Telegraph
Joanne Sweeney

Northern Ireland – Old conflict, new tools: Al Jazeera
Molly McCluskey

Where hope and history rhyme: The Economist

Orange Order turns down AOH parade invitation: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

'Three days of parades in Newry is madness' – Murphy: Newry Times

Online petition set up demanding EasyJet apologise to Orange Order over Twelfth in-flight magazine row: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

PSNI urged funding for bonfire despite hate probe: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Police remove pallets gathered for republican bonfire in west Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley Houston

DUP warn PSNI over republican parade: The News Letter

Fears mounting of violent clashes at Belfast republican parade: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Let's not give dissident republicans chance to play victims' card: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Call for PSNI to explain support for bonfire cash: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Council vote to say prayer before meeting: Ballymoney Times

Bombardier Shorts employee hauled in front of HR over Union flag fluffy dice: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Thought police have lost run of themselves entirely: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Taoiseach 'happy to meet' with Omagh bomb families (Aug 1): Ulster Herald
Peter Kelly

Ceremony for UVF men killed in Miami attack: Banbridge Leader

PUP defends member proud of Miami Showband killers: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

People in North 'prouder' to use Irish language: Irish Examiner
Ed Carty

Positive attitudes towards Irish – but citizens shy on fluency: The Irish Times
Dan Griffin

Indifference will mean extinction – What future for Irish language?: Irish Examiner

Nama under pressure to appear before North's finance committee: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan

DUP MP describes Nama claims as "a lot of ado about nothing": Irish News
John Monaghan

Preacher who branded Islam 'satanic' among 'most bizarre cases to come to court' – judge hears: Irish Independent
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Pastor McConnell – How he became well known evangelical preacher: The News Letter

It's not only Pastor McConnell in the dock, freedom of speech is there as well: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

How to build on Fermanagh's success: Impartial Reporter
Warren Little

BBC boycotts Glasgow Rangers matches after football club bans its reporter and Times columnist over negative stories (Aug 5): Daily Mail
Adam Shergold

Match official to be spoken to by Scots football officials over Rangers sectarian singing 'leak': The Herald
Martin Williams

Labour's Jeremy Corbyn vows to bring abortion and same-sex marriage to Northern Ireland as victims blast refusal to condemn IRA terror: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Thursday, August 6

Jeremy Corbyn warns British government over north's welfare system: Irish News
Michael McHugh

Labour's Northern Ireland branch backs Burnham, but unions opt for Corbyn: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Jeremy Corbyn – I don't back Labour candidates in Northern Ireland: The News Letter
David Moore

AAD admits it carried out shootings and bombings: Irish News
Connla Young

AAD threaten to "execute" republican's killers: Irish News
Connla Young

Strabane search rifle 'would have been used to kill police': The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Relief that dissident bomb trap has been foiled: Irish News

IRA accused granted bail on a number of conditions by Special Criminal Court: Irish Independent
Ruaidhri Giblin

Bloody 'Mr Big' and IRA feud has not gone away: The Herald (Ireland)
Ken Foy

UDA linked group urges loyalist parade protest: Irish News
Connla Young

Accountability for policing still the elephant in room: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

PSNI to charge for policing sport and charity events – but parades go free: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Airline apologises for promoting Twelfth: UTV
Victoria Steveley

Easyjet – Orange Order offended by apology for promoting 12 July event: BBC

Unionists challenge Londonderry to Derry name change call: BBC

Flag reflects sovereignty not identity – Hillis: Coleraine Times
Nichola Neill

Sinn Fein Maze aviation day block vindictive – Nesbitt: The News Letter

A fascinating slice of aviation history... what a pity politics is keeping it hidden: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Police appeal over attack on Clogher Valley Orange Hall: Tyrone Times
Annamay McNally

Co Tyrone Orange hall attack 'sectarian and filled with hatred': The News Letter
Gemma Murray

North's killings probe in 2016: Irish Examiner
Michael McHugh

Former soldiers challenged by Ballymurphy relatives: UTV
Judith Hill

Does Amnesty think IRA killings of security force members were legitimate?: The News Letter
Kenny Donaldson

Sinn Féin MLA dismisses Transport NI tweet as "a joke": Irish News
John Monaghan

Sinn Féin accused of degrading 1916 commemmorations: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Glasnevin event was dignified and moving – can someone tell Sinn Fein?: The Herald (Ireland)
Gerry O'Carroll

Why we may be playing with fire over the 1916 events: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

New York legislators vote with their feet to attend Homecoming: Belfast Media

The Ulster Project – a view from North America: Londonderry Sentinel

NAMA 'compelled' to meet Stormont finance committee: UTV
Ricky Thompson

Nama to resist inquiry into sale: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

Church urges Alliance MLAs to resist party whip on same-sex marriage 'even on pain of death': Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Gay marriage – Presbyterian and Catholic churches call for politicians to have a free vote: BBC

Pastor McConnell says 'prosecution is a waste of money': The News Letter

People in north want to retain EU membership, Danske poll reveals: Irish News
Gail Bell

Wednesday, August 5

As Sammy Wilson steps down from the Assembly, he says he fears for its survival: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Sammy Wilson – DUP man planted Sinn Féin tree gift as peace symbol: BBC

Corbyn 'will support Labour candidates in Ulster for first time': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Give us the chance to vote Labour in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Boyd Black

Unionists united for legal 'call-in': Londonderry Sentinel

Unionists have legal ability to block bid to change city's name: Londonderry Sentinel

Sinn Féin Minister alleges M15 link with dissident republicans: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

It is deeply cynical for O'Dowd to link MI5 to Lurgan murder bid: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

As Northern Ireland's flag debate rages on, could a new neutral design be the answer?: New Statesman
Siobhan Fenton

Legal challenge to 24/7 flags policy: Ballymoney Times
Una Culkin

Rows over flags, a UDR memorial and now prayers before meetings – Is this NI's most divided council?: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

UDR coffee morning barred from centre: Portadown Times

EasyJet advises tourists to head to Orange Order parade despite violent clashes: The Independent
Ian Burrell

Anarchy fears: Coleraine Times

Feile is heartbeat of west Belfast community: Irish News
Jim Gibney

Appeal over sectarian hate crime: Ballymena Times

Ulster Aviation Society cancels Maze event for second year: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Claire Hanna – My colleague wrong over coffin of INLA man: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Historical Investigations Unit 'will be set up as planned': Belfast Telegraph

Republican gives account of father's death: Irish News
Connla Young

'My son was a good man': Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

Miami survivors seek help from ex-UDR soldiers: Irish Independent
David Young

IRA victims fear worst as Libyan spy's execution looms: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

GCHQ may be spying on Northern Ireland Assembly members after policy change, claims Amnesty: Belfast Telegraph
Gary Fennelly

Belfast murals – Writing is on the wall for our city's continued progress: Belfast Live
Ciaran McKeown

Councillors at odds over Gallipoli trip: Ballymoney Times

Northern Ireland corporation tax delay is 'putting off' big investors: Belfast Telegraph

Alliance Party in gay marriage pledge: BBC

U-turn for Trevor Lunn as he backs equality on issue: Belfast Telegraph

Noonan accused of ignoring letters from North finance officials: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan and Yvette Shapiro

Central paradox at heart of disappointing report on sectarianism (Jun 6): The Herald
Tom Devine

Tuesday, August 4

John O'Dowd urges closer scrutiny of MI5 and dissident links: BBC
Chris Buckler

Internment parade organisers to defy commission: Irish News
Connla Young

Parade organisers must obey law: Belfast Telegraph

Organisers should re-route internment rally: Irish News

Strabane graveyard bomb an 'attempt to kill police officers': BBC

Sammy Wilson to stand down as an MLA: UTV

PSNI probe south Belfast loyalist parade after 'paramilitary display' claims: Belfast Telegraph

DUP silent on councillor Ruth Patterson attending UDA parade: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Sinn Fein challenge Union flag policy with 'call in': Derry Journal
Sheena Jackson

Call on Unionists to show leadership in Moygashel: Ulster Herald

Tribute to UVF killer branded 'insensitive': Irish News
Connla Young

DUP accused over Simpson billboard: Portadown Times

Gerry Adams knows, but can't admit, that Irish unity is a long, long way away: The News Letter
Alex Kane

North needs investment, not cuts: Irish News
Martin McGuinness

Loyalists to kick up a Stormont! Welfare reform must happen: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

PSNI detective bemoans dealing with racist hate crime: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Interactive Ballymurphy Massacre tour launched: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Copies of DNA profiles may be kept to aid Troubles inquiries: Belfast Telegraph

The legacy of the Troubles lives on. The UK must admit its failures: The Guardian
Brian Gormally

After 30 years, more light is cast on the BBC's Real Lives drama: The Guardian
Roy Greenslade

New York legislators commit to Belfast Homecoming: Irish Echo

Florida drops anti-sectarianism laws over Nama bid: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Frankie Boyle so vile that he even managed to split Sinn Fein: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Nama proposals seek better deal for southern taxpayers: Irish News
John Manley

NI dissent as unions back Corbyn for Labour leader: The News Letter

Easter Rising should be seen as start of ongoing civil war: The Irish Times
Niall Holohan

Davy Adams – 'With Goal you don't visit nice places, but you get on with it': Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Monday, August 3

Strabane graveyard mortar bomb the work of "fascists": Belfast Telegraph

Dissident republican campaign is going nowhere: Irish News

Chaos fears as dissidents vow to flout Belfast parade ruling: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

Anti-internment parade two years ago was scene of violence: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

Notorious republicans Whacker Duffy and 'the Border Fox' lead Dublin extortion campaign (Jul 7): Sunday World

Maíria Cahill calls on Dublin to examine abuse claims: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Mairia Cahill 'lays a few ghosts to rest' and lambasts IRA during festival lecture: Belfast Telegraph
Christopher Woodhouse

Miami Showband survivors to continue quest for justice: Belfast Telegraph
Maureen Coleman

Miami Showband victims 'looked down' on 40th anniversary service: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Survivors attend Miami Showband commemoration: UTV
Ricky Thompson

Miami Showband massacre – 'They were my brothers': The Irish Times
Ciarán D'Arcy

Newspaper office attacked: Irish News

Marching bands bring real benefits to our communities (Jul 1): The News Letter
Stephen Cooper

Hard to tell the difference between tragedy and farce (Aug 1): Irish News
Patrick Murphy

Corporation tax cut alone 'not enough' for foreign companies: BBC

Time for a new vision for north's economy (Jul 31): Irish News
Tom Collins

Tackling the issue of Spads (Jul 7): Belfast Telegraph
Samuel Morrison

1916 commemorations must be free of political agendas – Pearse relative: The Herald (Ireland)
Ryan Nugent

And they're off! The struggle for heart and soul of 2016 starts here: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

There should be little to fear from the coming centenaries: The News Letter

Why we should celebrate Van Morrison, bard of Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Sunday, August 2

Loyalists flout parading rules in march glorifying UDA killers (Aug 1): Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Politicians warn of 'anarchy on streets' as UDA erects recruitment posters across Coleraine: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Northern Ireland interface children play their hearts out for peace at PeacePlayers Flagship games: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Why Washington won't touch our welfare problem: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Opinion polls will always be needed to assist democratic debate before elections (Jul 28): Belfast Telegraph
Bill White

Strabane – 'Mortar-type device' found in security alert near graveyard: BBC

Charge of directing terrorism against Kevin O'Neill is dropped: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

First as council signs the forces covenant: Portadown Times

Veterans are still disadvantaged says Brenda Hale MLA: Ulster Star

Ian Gow – Adviser to Mrs Thatcher, killed for his unionism: The News Letter
Lord Lexden

Miami Showband massacre survivor shakes with anguish as he remembers slain friends 40 years on: Sunday Independent
Rebecca Black

Miami Showband massacre – 'They were my brothers' (Aug 1): The Irish Times
Ciarán D'Arcy

Miami Showband massacre – Drummer escaped ambush by going home to parents (Jul 31): The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Miami Showband – Massacre devastated Northern Ireland live music scene (Jul 31): BBC
Audrey Watson

Kenny Donaldson – 'A Catholic family gave us a fiver for the 12th' (Jul 27): Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Newry's band of brothers still hailing Mary: Sunday Independent
Barry Egan

First salvos in the battle to mark 1916 centenary: Sunday Independent
Philip Ryan

Time not right for royals to commemorate Easter Rising (Jul 31): Irish News
Alex Kane

Council may insist gift plaque is bi-lingual: Impartial Reporter
Julie Kenwell

The good, the bad and the ugly of privilege (Jul 6): Irish News
William Scholes

Belfast Pride – Thousands attend 25th annual parade in city: BBC

Belfast Pride calls for marriage equality in the North: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

I hope one day Belfast Pride is not needed (Jul 30): Belfast Telegraph
Lyra McKee

There won't be enough priests for Ireland – but regular people will step in? (Jul 22):
Paul Hosford

Another separation of church and politics (Jul 14): Irish Independent

Saturday, August 1

Old foes Smith and Walsh now share stage in bid to build bridges between communities: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Orangeman and republican to debate parades tonight: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Restrictions on Belfast republican parade after 'offensive' behaviour: The News Letter

Low turnout for parade to honour UDA killers: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Sinn Féin take Union flag legal challenge: Londonderry Sentinel
Niall Deeney

Politician appealing conviction may call two new witnesses: Belfast Telegraph
Nevin Farrell

Louth man guilty of possessing NI bound car bomb: UTV

Car bomb jail term sends firm message to dissidents: Irish News

Alleged dissident republican no longer to be charged with directing terrorism, court hears: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Family angry at third police raid on home: Derry Journal

'Focused momentum' in McCauley murder probe: UTV

Police leaflet drop in Paul McCauley probe: Derry Journal

Londonderry name change proposal "divisive": Coleraine Times

Miami Showband massacre – Survivor found writing book cathartic: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Miami Showband massacre – Survivor appeals to trace couple: BBC

Two atrocities that illustrated the true nature of terrorism: The News Letter

Twelfthie picture craze puts Orange Order in the frame (Jul 14): Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Sinn Féin accused of undermining Rising programme: The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

O Cuiv – Bruton guilty of 'revisionism' in his 1916 views: Irish Independent
Sam Griffin

The government, Sinn Féin and the battle for 2016 ... It starts today:
Daragh Brophy

Misuse of the Irish language spawned by Gaelic League: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Gerry Adams 'understands distress' over comedian Frankie Boyle show in festival: Irish Independent
Michael McHugh

Robinson involvement in Nama's loan booked continued after sale: Irish News
Susan Thompson

Equality is needed for everyone: Belfast Telegraph
Steven Agnew

What has nationalist poster boy James McClean got in common with Cameron's wife? (Jul 10): Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeily

Nicola Sturgeon warns Cameron over second indyref: The Scotsman
Mark McLaughlin

Mundell – SNP are only playing up to the English to further their independence cause (Jul 28): The Herald
Michael Settle


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