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Monday, August 15

'Removing walls opens door to a new shared space' – Fearon: Newry Times

Physical walls are coming down in Northern Ireland – now dismantle the walls in children's minds: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

John Boreland murder – Police revisit scene of prominent loyalist's killing: BBC

Associates of slain UDA boss John Boreland vow to kill thug they believe pulled trigger: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

'Sick individuals' behind bomb alerts in east Antrim: The News Letter

UDA makes 'new north Belfast leadership' claim: ITV

Apprentice Boys' parade passes off peacefully: Belfast Telegraph

Flute band 'plays pro-UDA song' in front of city centre shoppers: Belfast Live
Leona O'Neill

Loyalist band barred from parade after allegations of 'provocative conduct': The News Letter

Londonderry – Large Bogside bonfire blocking Lecky Road: BBC

DUP councillor 'totally abhors' defacing of poster for Team Ireland athlete Ciara Mageean: Irish News
John Monaghan

Prison Service challenged over jail ban on 'Craigavon Two' book: Irish News
Connla Young

McGeough victim's anger at challenge to conviction: The News Letter

SDLP councillor whose father was killed by loyalists refuses to meet police officer over banner: Irish News
Connla Young

March remembers hunger strikers 35 years on: ITV

Hunger strikers 'made a united Ireland less likely': The News Letter

Hunger strikers died for gay rights, claims Sinn Féin senator Fintan Warfield: Belfast Telegraph

Campaigner demands film-makers consult victims before making movies: The News Letter

Army patrol 'could have stopped' 1976 fatal bomb blast: Ulster Herald
Alan Rodgers

Men like the late British diplomat Sir David Goodall unsung heroes of the peace: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Service marks Omagh bomb anniversary: Tyrone Times

Ballymurphy families mark 45th anniversary of shootings: ITV

Bishop Edward Daly one of key figures who defined our history: Irish News
Deaglan de Breadun

PSNI and Garda in Border slow lane on 'hot pursuit' chases: The Irish Times
Cormac Campbell

Cross border shopping boom back in town: Fermanagh Herald
Emma Ryan

Sundae Bloody Sunday 'Pretty bad taste naming a dessert after a massacre...' Is this the most inappropriate menu item ever?: The Sun
Hayley Richardson

Donald Tusk to meet Taoiseach for Brexit talks: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Secret files reveal how Brexit can harm Ireland: Irish Mirror
Trevor Quinn

Bigot who slurred memory of Bloody Sunday hero priest faked photos to invent bogus Army career: Scottish Daily Record
Stephen Stewart

Sunday, August 14

'Reverse Greenland' plan could keep Northern Ireland, Scotland in EU: RTE

Tory rebels to demand Theresa May set a timetable for the UK's EU departure in bid to avoid 'Brexit Lite': Daily Mail
Glen Owen and Brendan Carlin

I believe in Brexit, Britain and borders says Labour's Hoey: The News Letter

Too many decent folk held captive under shadow of the gunmen when thugs should be the ones deprived of their freedom (Aug 11): Belfast Telegraph
Jim McDowell

Lawyers to rule on unionist move to block Londonderry name change bid: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Inside MI5 – Towering ahead of us was the building from where the fight against terrorism is directed (Aug 8): Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Loss of evidence in garda's murder probe 'wholly unacceptable' (Aug 12): Irish Examiner
Louise McCarthy

'People are disgusted' by theft of Peace statue near controversial Aghalane bridge on North/South border, says local politician: Irish Post
Pearse Corcoran

The business of business never an exact science in the Pravince: Belfast Media

Omagh's solidarity with European victims of terrorism: Ulster Herald
Alan Rodgers

O'Muiri disappointed about Irish Language Working Group participation: Newry Times

Border towns look to be countering Brexit blues (Aug 8): Irish Examiner
Kyran Fitzgerald

Irish economy so vulnerable due to strong UK links (Aug 9): Irish Independent
Andreas Steiner

'Most people are ahead of the churches on gay issues' (Aug 10): The News Letter
Chris Hudson

Those who think they have the right to judge others as sinners are simply putting their own pride before a fall (Aug 10): Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Historians said no to politics in 1916 commemorations (Aug 11): The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

Memorial bust to Ledwidge unveiled by McGuinness: Drogheda Independent

Neutrality as we know it is a spent force – Defence strategy and NATO (Aug 9: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Priest-led parishes soon to be a thing of the past in Ireland, warns Fr Brian D'Arcy (Aug 3): Irish Mirror
James Ward

Atheist Ireland criticises legislation on marriage (Jun 16): The Irish Times
Kitty Holland

School patronage – One more step (Jun 23): Irish Examiner
Editorial

Volvic scrap 'Orange and Proud' poster for mineral water in Scotland amid fears it would incite bigotry: Scottish Daily Record
Derek Alexander

Saturday, August 13

Loyalist communities 'transformed' – MP: Ulster Star

John Boreland funeral – Andre Shoukri among mourners at Belfast service for murdered loyalist: Belfast Telegraph

PSNI policy on paramilitaries under spotlight following Boreland murder: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Prison officers reject claims of force against Maghaberry republican inmates: The News Letter

Retraining PSNI students to cost nearly £500,000: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

South Armagh – MP challenges PSNI on 'conflict of approach': Irish News

Brexit – EU-funded projects in Northern Ireland will be guaranteed, Treasury says: BBC

Finance Minister says EU funding assurances 'not enough': ITV

Brexit – The 'reverse ferret' claims and Stormont's 'joint approach': BBC
Mark Devenport

DUP realises its Brexit mistake too late: Irish Examiner
Editorial

£800k special adviser spend unjustifiable, says UUP's Allen as price tag climbs 30%: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Sinn Féin and SDLP 'blocking veterans' welfare': The News Letter

DUP Mid Ulster councillor claims a campaign of hate is being waged against him: Mid Ulster Mail

Two brothers aged 14 and 15 are forced to flee Derry after threats by dissident cowards: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Carrickfergus security alert – People moved from their homes: BBC

Police investigating 'traitor' threat to Catholic judges from republican: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Former Assembly candidate Gerry McGeough – Catholic judges are 'traitors': Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Family remembers IRA murder victim Kevin McGuigan a year on: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Danny Morrison pays tribute to IRA hunger striker buried in Bellaghy: Mid Ulster Mail

A former IRA gunman and hunger striker tells his story: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Duke of Westminster gave the Tebbits a home after Brighton bombing: Daily Telegraph
Hannah Furness

A $7.4 Million Heist Made for Hollywood: New York Times
Corey Kilgannon

Cramlington soldier killed by IRA bomb to get memorial – at last: Cramlington Chronicle
Barbara Hodgson

British diplomat of Irish descent behind Anglo-Irish Agreement: Irish News

Unionists criticised for failing to attend Bishop Daly's funeral: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Campbell defends decision not to attend Daly funeral: The News Letter

Dr Edward Daly – The Bogside priest who didn't want to rock the boat: The Irish Times
Diarmaid Ferriter

Why we are the poorer for losing this true Christian gentleman: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

SF told 'no need for Belfast passport office': ITV

Relatives lay wreaths as Ulster soldiers killed during the Easter Rising are honoured in Dublin: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Catholic Church damaged by Maynooth allegations: Irish News
Patrick Murphy

We need to fight planned law threatening journalistic freedom: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Connolly

Friday, August 12

PSNI in new war on paramilitary terror gangs: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Northern rights activist launches legal challenge to Brexit: The Irish Times
Eoin Burke-Kennedy and Alan Erwin

Brexit – Northern Ireland's leaders issue warning to PM over post-EU border issues: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

First Minister insists DUP is still behind Brexit despite letter to PM: Belfast Telegraph
Cate McMurry

UUP – Reality of Brexit only appears to be dawning now on DUP: The News Letter

Arlene Foster in Chihuahua jibe against UUP Steve Aiken: BBC

DUP leader acknowledges realities of Brexit: Irish News
Editorial

Stormont leaders' new unity of purpose to strike the best possible deal for NI has to be welcomed: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

'National unity is in the national interest' – Gerry Adams argues it is time for a united Ireland: TheJournal.ie
Gerry Adams

Residents celebrate removal of north Belfast peace wall: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Ardoyne peace wall – Martin McGuinness hails replacement as 'sign of progress': BBC

Hopefully now all walls will come down, says Ardoyne pensioner as greenery replaces divisive barrier: Belfast Telegraph
Ann W Schmidt

Tensions high in Maghaberry after clashes: Irish News
Connla Young

'Words not enough' when rejecting ex-IRA man's hardline comments: The News Letter

Radio host clarifies McGeough's 'collaborator' threat to judiciary: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

North Belfast – Pipe bomb 'thrown at passing PSNI vehicle': BBC

Funeral of murdered UDA man John Boreland set for tomorrow: Belfast Telegraph

'NI army veterans not treated fairly' – UUP MLA: ITV

Requiem mass for bishop who guided dying youth through Bloody Sunday gunfire: Irish Independent
Michael McHugh

Derry Mayor was 'unable' to attend Bishop Daly's funeral: Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

Bishop did more than most to help heal city – Troubles support group: The News Letter

Pope Francis joins in tributes to Derry bishop Edward Daly: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

If anyone deserves to rest in the Vatican it is Bishop Edward Daly: Irish News
Tom Collins

Bishop Daly – an iconic pastor of peace: Irish Catholic
Paul Keenan

Victims gather for film aimed at countering Bobby Sands movie: The News Letter

Ireland needs to open a passport office in Belfast after Brexit, says Sinn Féin: TheJournal.ie
Alison O'Riordan

Free Derry Wall is like 'Twaddell Avenue camp': Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

British and Irish army bands join forces in WWI tribute: Belfast Telegraph

Supreme Court to hear driver appeal over language of breath-test results: Irish Independent
Shane Phelan

McKee hits out at visit of Israeli Ambassador: Clare Herald
Páraic McMahon

Bishop Daly told of remorseful IRA killers. But where children are killers there is no conscience: Irish Independent
Robert Fisk

Thursday, August 11

Foster and McGuinness in Brexit talks call: BBC
Mark Devenport

Foster and McGuinness try to present post-Brexit united front: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Brexit vote 'should not compromise cross-border crime crackdown': Belfast Telegraph

The EU vote has paved way for some curious alliances, but challenges now lie ahead of us: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Hanna

John Boreland murder – The idea that DUP want to facilitate loyalist paramilitaries is nonsense, says Jeffrey Donaldson: Belfast Telegraph

PSNI could have kept John Boreland safe by locking him up: The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

Loyalism is in a sorry state and the result is continued violence: Irish News
Allison Morris

Inside MI5 – Gang who plotted to kill police may be monitored after their release from jail: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Call for PSNI chief George Hamilton to scrap plastic bullets: Irish News
Connla Young

Police on the hunt for masked man who fired crossbow at petrol station: Belfast Live
Ryan Smith

Gunmen who shot victim in ankles and thighs condemned as 'enemies of community': Belfast Telegraph

Bonfire question sparks 'anti-Unionist' accusation: Ballymoney Times

Tyres amnesty suggested for Twelfth bonfires: Ballymoney Times

Interface sports complex plan to unite communities: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Carnlough republicans want to reinstate 'illegal' Easter Rising memorial: The News Letter

Prominent republican Gerry McGeough stands by 'traitor' remarks: Irish News
Connla Young

Gerry McGeough keeps Hibernians post after branding Catholic judiciary 'traitors': The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Ancient Order of Hibernians rapped over the ex-Provo who called Catholic judges 'traitors': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

McGeough's language is ludicrously dated but also vile: The News Letter
Editorial

Man due to stand trial over Ardoyne punishment shooting has curfew relaxed to attend Madness concert, court hears: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh McDonald

Loughinisland – Retired police challenge Ombudsman report: Irish News
Connla Young

Victims' group makes own film to counterbalance hunger strike movie, 66 Days: Belfast Telegraph

Bobby Sands documentary has a vital piece missing...voice of the loyalist community: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Counselling cases rise after collapse of bomb trial: Ulster Herald
Alan Rodgers

Peace People – Organisation born out of tragedy marks 40th anniversary: BBC

40 years on, and the Peace People's message still rings true: Irish News
Paul Ainsworth

Secret documents published as part of Northern Ireland Conflict Archive: Belfast Telegraph

Secret papers – British fixated on Charles Haughey: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Saville – Bishop Daly was a 'remarkable man': Derry Journal

Bigot launches disgusting attack on Bloody Sunday hero priest Edward Daly just days after his death: Scottish Daily Record
John Ferguson

There was no old pals' act the time I asked for interview after Adams was seen in cathedral: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Sinn Féin accused of having 'little impact' on Rising centenary: The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

Backlash means David Cameron's honours list will be last – Northern Ireland peer Lord Bew (Aug 8): Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Wednesday, August 10

Peace walls dividing Catholics and Protestants to be removed in Northern Ireland: Irish Independent

PSNI says suspect object in North Belfast alert a "viable pipe bomb type device": Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

North Belfast bombers 'at war with their own community': The News Letter

Weekend where both love and hate were on display in Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Would this happen in south Belfast? Sinn Féin MLA slams anti-internment bonfires: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Time to tackle the unwanted bonfires: Irish News
Editorial

Sinn Féin will do what is necessary to get into power in the Republic: Irish News
Brian Feeney

The Union may look safe for now, but unionism can take nothing for granted: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Ex-IRA chief to intervene in SF row: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Man who sold counterfeit cash for IRA has jail term cut: Irish Independent
Shane Phelan

Man freed in probe into Belfast murder of loyalist: The News Letter

'I knew immediately what it was, I just thought – oh no, not again': Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Paramilitaries strategy urged after murder of John Boreland: Irish News
Allison Morris

Treachery is ingrained in loyalism, so did 'Bonzer' pay price for betraying drugs gang in Republic?: Belfast Telegraph
Jim McDowell

Man quizzed in dissident republican violence probe released unconditionally: Belfast Telegraph

Belfast teenager bought phone linked to Ardoyne bomb: The News Letter

UUP calls on PSNI to investigate Gerry McGeough comments on judiciary: Irish News
Amanda Ferguson

Attack on IRA victim's memorial was 'hate crime': The News Letter

Miracle as Dublin shooting victim regains consciousness: Sunday World
Alan Sherry

Police Ombudsman to probe 1992 Peter McCormack murder: Irish News
Connla Young

Bloody Sunday priest Edward Daly 'should be made a saint': The News Letter

Bishop Edward Daly – Photo journalist recalls 'unforgettable scene': BBC

Irish government urged to honour Bishop Daly's courage: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Bishop Edward Daly – A warm human being who touched the lives of many: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

'Action plan needed for Irish Language' – Ó Muirí: Newry Times

Newry, Mourne and Down unionist councillors boycott Irish language group: The News Letter

AOH set to parade in Ballycastle to mark Easter Rising centenary: Irish News
Connla Young

Protestant drum is still beating strong in Border village (Aug 8): The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

It makes sense for Euro to be an all-Ireland currency: Irish News
Jarlath Kearney

My dirty little secret – why I go to Mass (Aug 7): Sunday Independent
Sarah Carey

Commonwealth may yet be a saviour for the United Kingdom: The Irish Times
Ian Thomson

'Ireland contributes to war deaths by helping US military' – Halligan: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

I keep hearing about the Irish peace process in Colombia: The Irish Times
Kieran Duffy

Tuesday, August 9

Sinn Féin in chaos over Brexit claims: Portadown Times

Ireland has the gloomiest view of Brexit: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

The Brexit wild card? Ireland.: Washington Post
William Booth

We need 'Brexit minister' to oversee our response: Irish Independent
Editorial

Inside MI5 – Dissidents 'highly capable' of carrying out attack in Britain: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

Pair accused of plotting to bomb PSNI recruitment event in Derry refused bail, court rules: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Republican claims Catholic judiciary 'will be dealt with': The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Feared UDA gunman shot dead: Belfast Media
Evan Short

John Boreland murder probe – Man, 42, arrested in North Belfast: Belfast Live
Nathan Hanna

Murdered loyalist 'aware he was under threat': ITV

Murder victim John Boreland shot at close range as he got out of car: The News Letter

Limerick connection to gunning down of John Boreland emerges as loyalist feud fears grow: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese and Jim McDowell

Police will have list of suspects for John Boreland murder: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Murdered loyalist Boreland was close associate of Andre Shoukri: The News Letter

John Boreland – Loyalist in-fighting blamed for north Belfast murder of senior UDA man: Belfast Telegraph

Murdered John Boreland had served time but was 'admired' in loyalism: The News Letter

John Boreland – One time promising footballer turned ruthless loyalist: Irish News
Allison Morris

New Anti-Racism League concern's over Ballycastle feeder parade: Ballymoney Times

Crumlin Road protests will go on, says Orange Order in Belfast: The News Letter

Anti-internment parade organisers to take legal action: Irish News
Connla Young

Sinn Féin speak out after tyres put on anti-internment bonfire: Irish News
John Monaghan

Unionist symbols burnt at anti-internment bonfire: The News Letter

Memorial to man killed in 1977 attacked in Co Armagh: ITV

Widow taunted after south Armagh tribute to IRA victim wrecked: Belfast Telegraph
Angela Rainey

PSNI breaks silence on removal of Margaret Thatcher sign: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

DUP councillor calls on Republicans to remove 'provocative posters' in Bellaghy: Mid Ulster Mail

Billy Wright banner relative to take legal action: Irish News
Connla Young

Derry mourns bishop Edward Daly, 'a saint and a hero': The Irish Times
George Jackson

'Priest with bloody hankie died a hero' – victim's sister: Herald.ie
Michael McHugh

Edward Daly – An accidental bishop who disliked the limelight: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Fionnuala O Connor recalls the open, articulate and unpompous Bishop Edward Daly: Irish News
Fionnuala O Connor

'A colossus, filling us with great pride and admiration': Irish Independent
Don Mullan

Bishop Edward Daly was courageous and much-loved leader: Irish News
Editorial

Victims group spells out hunger strike toll outside of Maze: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

IRA hunger striker Bobby Sands film 66 Days breaks box office record: Belfast Telegraph

Ian Paisley on Irish passports – It's a European document with an Irish harp stuck on posing as a passport: Belfast Telegraph

Brady calls for opposition to British nuclear plant: The Cross Examiner

Ireland is Europe's 'weakest link' in defence and intelligence: Irish Examiner
Sean O'Riordan

Sinn Féin meets delegation of Israeli government party: Irish News
Connla Young

Monday, August 8

Top loyalist John 'Bonzer' Boreland shot dead in North Belfast: Belfast Live
Jilly Beattie

Plea for calm after top UDA man murdered: The News Letter

EU funding for Troubles victims secure until 2018, says DUP minister Alastair Ross: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Kelly sounds warning over 'hard border' with North after Brexit (Aug 6): Southern Star

Lodge's ends to Twaddell protest brings hope of resolution: Irish News
John Manley

'Stop whinging' about Billy Wright poster Mid Ulster TUV man tells nationalists: Tyrone Times

David McNarry confirms he will resign as Ukip's Northern Ireland leader next month: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Inside MI5 – Stop bailing suspects in terror cases, judges told: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Further dissident bombs recovered in Lurgan: The News Letter

Lurgan arms discovery a setback for dissident campaign: Irish News
Editorial

Republican parade disperses peacefully after city centre ban enforced: Belfast Telegraph

Police attacked at Londonderry flats: The News Letter

Gardai release man held over murder of IRA mole Denis Donaldson: Belfast Telegraph

Man arrested in Kingsmills probe released: ITV

Sands' film is challenging for us all, explains producer: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Bloody Sunday 'white handkerchief' Bishop Edward Daly dies aged 82: Irish Independent
Sarah MacDonald

Derry priest Dr Edward Daly dies: Clergyman served without concern for himself throughout traumatic years of the Troubles – Donal McKeown: Belfast Telegraph
Nevin Farrell

Life peerage for NIO adviser Jonathan Caine criticised by former SDLP deputy leader: Irish News

We grant Irish passports to British citizens at our peril: The Irish Times
Ronan McCrea

RAF tornado jets could shoot down hijacked planes in Irish airspace in event of terror attack: Irish Examiner
Sean O'Riordan

First Ministers – £45k monthly hospitality bill is good value: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Gay pride revellers call for 'equal marriage' legislation: The News Letter

Pat Buckley – If the Moon had churches, Bishop Cahal Daly would have sent me there... it didn't, so Larne it was: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

The real scandal at Maynooth is church's hypocrisy (Aug 4): The Irish Times
Una Mullally

Joining the EU, not 1916, was the real revolution for Irish women: Irish Independent
Emily O'Reilly

Backlash over Andy Murray flying Team GB flag in Olympics opening ceremony: The Herald
Laura Forsyth

MP says Gov. has to back Gibraltar: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Sunday, August 7

South Armagh IRA rocked as 'OC' is outed as a 'tout': Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Ardoyne protest 'will continue' – Orange Order: ITV

DUP 'problem' with the UVF: Ulster Star

Anti-internment parade must be peaceful and lawful (Aug 6): Irish News
Editorial

Sinn Féin's 'Irish unity' fund slashed: Sunday Independent
Wayne O'Connor

Whatever happened to the Sinn Féin Eurosceptics? (Jul 26): Londonderry Sentinel
David Ramsey

Nation needs to take more care of heroes (Aug 4): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Head of Stakeknife probe assembles his team: ITV

How Smithwick got diverted: Village
Deirdre Younge

Could Ireland ever look at Bobby Sands in the same way as the heroes of the 1916 Rising?: TheJournal.ie
Michael Sheils McNamee

Bobby Sands filmmaker defends work as 'impartial and non-partisan': The News Letter

Our family, divided by the Troubles: The Guardian
John Chambers

Kevin Vickers, man of mystery (Aug 2): Maclean's
Terry Galvin

Memorial wall tribute to security force dead in Co Armagh: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Belfast story of the Rising unveiled at International wall (Aug 4): Irish News
Allison Morris

Durkan defends Radio Foyle as Paisley suggests it should be put off the road: Londonderry Sentinel

Let's accept that being dramatically different is what makes us all human: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Home and roots – why we see ourselves in heroes like Carl Frampton and they see themselves in us (Aug 2): Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

A Question Lingers on the Irish-British Border – What's Next?: New York Times
Stephen Castle

Businesses in Northern Ireland and the Republic strike gold through EU funding (Aug 2): Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Transforming Post-Catholic Ireland – Religious Practice in Late Modernity review: The Irish Times
Eamon Maher

Vatican's man an enigma among his own: Irish Independent
Michael Kelly

No one should be surprised at row over discredited honours system (Aug 3): Irish News
Brian Feeney

An Irishman's Diary on naming bridges (Jan 2): The Irish Times
Paul Clements

'Unacceptable' Fury as SNP politician boycotts holiday firm that backed STAYING in UK (Aug 2): Daily Express

Boycotts and bleating get in the way of governing (Aug 4): The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

Furious Welsh speakers slam BBC Radio 5 Live after researcher asks for volunteers to say why the language should DIE (Aug 3): Daily Mail
Gareth Davies

Saturday, August 6

Border poll ruled out, confirms Lord Empey: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Twaddell Avenue nightly parades protest to end this weekend: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Ballysillan lodge – Why we're stopping our Twaddell protest: The News Letter

Orange Order – Belfast parade flashpoint protest 'will continue': Belfast Telegraph

Oranger Order wants to meet police chief after 20 attacks on halls this year: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

DUP Cllr challenges SDLP over removal of all memorials after Moygashel poster concerns raised: Mid Ulster Mail
Annamay McNally

Brothers call for PSNI to take down Somerville banner: Irish News
Connla Young

Call for PSNI to publish Billy Wright banner legal advice: Irish News
Connla Young

PSNI silent on removing Margaret Thatcher sign: Irish News

Sinn Féin Colr. on bonfires – 'Strike while the iron is hot': Derry Journal

Police challenged over 9th bonfire inactivity: Belfast Media
Evan Short

Business park 'to close because of republican bonfire': The News Letter

PSNI Facebook Dissident Dan posts 'wholly inappropriate': Irish News
Connla Young

Dissident republican weapons cache uncovered in Armagh: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Police hit out after Lurgan arms find: Portadown Times
Clint Aiken

Lurgan arms had been hidden 'for considerable time': Irish News
Allison Morris

Anti-internment parade to march until 'physically stopped': Irish News
Connla Young

Donaldson murder accused still in police custody: Irish News
Gareth McKeown

Flanagan – €1.2m funds vital to support 'fragile' peace process: The Irish Times
Vivienne Clarke

Pat Finucane Centre to share in £1.2m reconcilation funding from Irish Government: Derry Now

Man arrested over 1976 Kingsmills murders: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Kingsmills arrest – HET suspects reviewed: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Kingsmills families welcome arrest 40 years after massacre: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Republicans to mark 35th anniversary of Bellaghy hunger striker: Mid Ulster Mail

Widow 'sick to the stomach' over Bobby Sands: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

New film 'Bobby Sands – 66 Days' is scrupulously balanced, and even includes interviews with one of Sands' jailers: Irish Independent

'I was called the weeping reporter during the Troubles': The News Letter
Tina Calder

Stormont Executive Office's £50k bill on trips and hospitality: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Jim Allister calls on Executive Office to curb 'extravagant' costs: Irish News
John Manley

Negativity around Irish church not the norm worldwide: The Irish Times
Breda O'Brien

Secrecy that hovers over Maynooth reflects lack of transparency in clerical abuse scandal: Irish Independent
Gina Menzies

Archbishop Martin's mission to jump-start Church being stalled by myopic clericalism: Irish Independent
Martina Devlin

Desire for changes in the church won't stir Holy See any time soon: Irish Independent
Mary Kenny

Why does one more cross-border body matter to DUP?: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Jack Grealish opens up on his decision to turn his back on Ireland: Irish Independent
Kevin Palmer

Large increase in Irish passport applications post Brexit: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

What Does 'Brexit' Mean for Ireland?: National Catholic Register
Michael Kelly

Irish parties shaping up for the post-Brexit olympics: Irish News
Patrick Murphy

Don't forget England in the Brexit process: The Commentator
John Redmond

RBS warns Scottish independence would make Brexit upheaval worse: Daily Telegraph
Simon Johnson

Friday, August 5

All-Ireland Brexit forum requires unionist co-operation, says Flanagan: Belfast Telegraph

Taoiseach appoints second 'Brexit secretary': Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Electronic border controls eyed as way to ensure flow of trade: Belfast Telegraph
Colm Kelpie

Enda playing it hard over the 'hard border': Belfast Media
Jude Collins

Funding for Northern Ireland Troubles victims 'on brink of collapse': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Sinn Féin top the poll as Northern Ireland's biggest party earners: Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

Sinn Féin's MLA donations not showing up in accounts: The News Letter
Sam McBride and Michael McHugh

Republic pledges over £1m in funding for NI peace projects: BBC

Man and woman arrested in Belfast over Michael McGibbon murder released: Belfast Telegraph

Punishment shootings are hidden from view to conceal the shame of terrorists who maim without fear (Jul 26): Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Families intimidated by renegade UDA leader call for investigation: Irish News
Allison Morris

Erection of banner to Miami Showband killer criticised: Portadown Times

Miami survivor calls for meeting with those behind terror poster: Irish News
Connla Young

Councillor whose father was shot dead by loyalists 'very sad' over Moygashel UVF killer poster: Tyrone Times
Annamay McNally

Burning of posters 'not always a hate offence' – PSNI: ITV

Lisburn, County Antrim – Sectarian graffiti sprayed on Orange hall: BBC

Eastern European men targeted in Larne hate attack: ITV

Man arrested in Ireland over murder of British spy Denis Donaldson: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

New Ukip blow as senior figure jumps ship to Ulster Unionists: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Division over Enniskillen screening of Bobby Sands film: Fermanagh Herald
Roisin Henderson

Bobby Sands: 66 Days review – an important, even-handed documentary: The Guardian
Peter Bradshaw

Sinn Féin is determined to keep control of Bobby Sands narrative and rewrite the past: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Row over Bobby Sands film shows we cannot escape the past: Irish News
Alex Kane

Council-organised Easter Rising commemorative event takes place at Enniskillen's Broadmeadow: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Portrush revival – Brexit and weak pound 'helping tourism': BBC
Sara Girvin

PSNI to take action over pub's Pride street closure plans: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Unionists on the wrong side of the equal marriage debate (Aug 4): Irish News
Allison Morris

Martin needs to end the gossip by telling Catholics what is going on (Aug 2): Irish Independent
David Quinn

Gordon Lindhurst – The Offensive Behaviour at Football Act should be repealed: The Scotsman

The fearless gesture that proves there's far more to Islam than Isis: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Thursday, August 4

Ireland will be supported by EU in Brexit talks, Minister says: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Unionists question FF's call for Brexit forum: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Ó Muilleoir highlights Brexit concerns in Enniskillen: Fermanagh Herald
Lauren Harte

Talks already under way to bring in electronic border with North: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

A post-Brexit united Ireland would need powersharing: The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

Why the DUP needs to stop gloating about Brexit and put people before party for once: Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

The Brits have a Brexit strategy. Where's ours?: Irish Independent
Editorial

Senior SDLP figure refuses to meet police inspector: Irish News
Connla Young

Fermanagh Royal Black parade rerouted away from weddings: The News Letter

North Belfast UDA 'on their own' against Mount Vernon UVF: Irish News
Allison Morris

Woman says she is victim of bonfire builders: Belfast Media

Michael McGibbon murder cops arrest man and woman in North Belfast: Belfast Live
Sheena McStravick

Lisburn bomb targeted 'individual not location': BBC

'Kill all huns' painted on small Orange hall: The News Letter

Calls for UVF killer tribute in Co Tyrone to be removed: Irish News
Connla Young

Potential prosecution of soldier a mockery of justice (Aug 1): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Victims have 'productive' Met Police meeting over Libya-IRA collusion arrests: The News Letter

We want justice for our innocent dad (Jun 24): Belfast Media
Evan Short

Immunity for paramilitary watchdog 'encroaches on right of access to court': Belfast Telegraph

Declassified files – Freudian slip in SDLP's Irish language policy (Jan 4): The News Letter

Casement is honoured in Westminster: Irish World

No DUP comment on Scottish Tory's NI gay marriage vision: The News Letter

Transgender woman recounts facing up to sexuality while in Orange Order: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Answers needed – St Patrick's College (Aug 3): Irish Examiner
Editorial

Lack of transparency will not help the Church: Irish Independent
Editorial

St Patrick's College Maynooth – priestly formation and disinformation: The Irish Times
Editorial

Rare banning order issued to stop Irish Republican group marching in South Lanarkshire: The Herald
Martin Williams

Scottish Labour launch fresh bid to have controversial Offensive Behaviour at Football Act scrapped (Aug 1): Scottish Daily Record
Torcuil Crichton

It's time for the SNP to ditch its attachment to the Queen, that last remnant of empire: The Herald
Iain Macwhirter

There Will Always Be an England. Maybe Not a U.K.: Huffington Post
Irv Chapman

Fly the flag for Team GB. It may well be the last hurrah for 'Britain': The Guardian
John Harris

Wednesday, August 3

Fianna Fáil pushing for all-island Brexit forum despite Foster warning: Belfast Telegraph
Niall O'Connor and Rebecca Black

Could Brexit shatter the fragile peace in Northern Ireland?: New Zealand Listener
Neil Vallelly

United Ireland back on the agenda (Jul 26): Deutsche Welle
Peter Geoghegan

Sinn Féin's TDs are in line to earn up to €50,000 extra a year: TheJournal.ie
Darragh Peter Murphy

Sinn Féin grapples with 'normalisation': The Irish Times
Editorial

'Terrorism idolatry' of Sands film angers IRA victims: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Bobby Sands 66 Days – Where are the films of terrorist atrocities? Asks William Frazer: Belfast Telegraph

Slain RUC officer's family hurt by Bobby Sands film: The News Letter

Bobby Sands film asks tough questions of nationalists as well as unionists: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Police warning as 58 arrests made over dissident parades: Belfast Telegraph
Cate McCurry

Parades Commission rejects request to review ban on city centre interment march: Irish News
Connla Young

Unionists blast ÓnahÉ poseurs: Londonderry Sentinel

Police 'stood by as UVF put on show of strength in Belfast': Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

IRSP raise concerns over PSNI involvement in Féile: Irish News
Connla Young

Féile will not be deterred by outrageous threat: Irish News
Jim Gibney

'Despicable' comment about Ronan Kerr made to police: Impartial Reporter

Willie Frazer – I can get up to 12 death threats on single day: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Deadly asbestos found at Co Tyrone bonfire site: Irish News
Connla Young

In Ireland, an orange rage continues to burn over the Twelfth: Maclean's
Zane Schwartz

Housing Executive unaware memorial tampered with ahead of UDA march: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Wreath burning treated as 'sectarian hate crime': Ulster Herald

Council exploring how to officially change Londonderry to Derry: Londonderry Sentinel

Libya campaigners take fight to London: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Six years on, new documents shed light on advice which saved Robinson: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Paisley's call for BBC Radio Foyle to be axed gets bad reception in Derry: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Jamie Bryson 'no journalist and not member of branch' – Belfast NUJ: Belfast Telegraph

'All-Ireland approach on environmental issues required' – Boylan: Newry Times

Britain refuses to hand over the 'Black Diaries': Irish Independent

Methodist cleric and UUP stalwart back DUP gay welcome address: The News Letter

Ruth Davidson – Northern Ireland will soon endorse gay marriage: The News Letter

Northern Ireland should listen to Ruth Davidson's wise words on gay marriage: The Herald
Editorial

PSNI working with Gardaí to track down hotel shooting trio: Irish Independent
Tomás Heneghan

'Allegations of homosexuality and misconduct' – Archbishop of Dublin explains why he is not sending trainee priests to Maynooth: Irish Independent
Cian Murray

Down and Connor seminarians to use Maynooth despite boycott: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Archbishops row over Maynooth after 'gay subculture' claims: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Tuesday, August 2

Mary Lou McDonald keen on succeeding Gerry Adams as Sinn Féin president: Irish Mirror
Niall Connolly

Sinn Féin to end 'industrial wage' policy for TDs: The Irish Times
Sarah Bardon

Sinn Féin red-faced after Gerry Adams picture gaffe: Belfast Telegraph
Niall O'Connor

Inside Sinn Féin – party strategy for the next ten years: The Irish Times
Sarah Bardon

Brexit forum must be in place by autumn – Martin: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Brexit could collapse Stormont, warns UUP MLA Beattie: The News Letter

'North will lose billions as a result of Brexit' – Murphy: Newry Times

Genes don't decide if you're a unionist or a nationalist – you do: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Martin McGuinnes voices fresh Tony Taylor detention concerns: Irish News
Connla Young

Camp Twaddell – Ardoyne shops need financial package: Belfast Media

Former republican prisoners support anti-internment parade: Irish News
Connla Young

PSNI accused of 'rank hypocrisy' for removing Margaret Thatcher sign: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Dissident group Óglaigh na hÉireann 'show of strength' in Co Derry: Derry Journal

Dissident death threats slammed: Londonderry Sentinel

Carrickfergus petrol bomb attack – Five people escape injury: Belfast Telegraph

Arson a 'sectarian hate crime' say police: Portadown Times

It's outrageous ex-soldier may be prosecuted over shooting of IRA man who tried to kill me, declares peer: Belfast Telegraph
Joanne Fleming

Remembering Internment in Newry – 45 years on: The Cross Examiner

Families of 1972 Claudy bomb continue fight for justice: Belfast Telegraph
Joanne Fleming

Sands film dramatic, but million miles from truth: The News Letter
Gregory Campbell

Unionists are not best placed to lecture on division: Irish News
Fionnuala O Connor

Bethany Home survivor taking case to European court: Irish Independent
Jane O'Faherty

'I've always been very anti-IRA and anti-nationalist... but there can't be a comparison with Isis sociopaths': Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

There are harder anniversaries to come, but the way we marked 1916 gives me hope for future: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Davidson enters gay marriage debate in Northern Ireland and says Scotland a 'better place' due to equality: The Herald
Daniel Sanderson

I did not launch gay event, says DUP Lord Mayor: The News Letter

Time for post-Troubles murals says artist behind giant lesbian image: The News Letter

The bishops' inaction is the true scandal that alienates the faithful: Irish Independent
Sarah McDonald

Serious questions over Maynooth's future: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Reform of Northern Irish pub opening hours faces opposition: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Glasgow Irish republican march set to be stopped after police violence and disorder concerns: The Herald
Martin Williams

Brexit vote not unfair to Scotland's Nationalists: The Scotsman
Euan McColm

House of Lords could derail or delay Brexit Article 50, Tory peer says: Belfast Telegraph

Could Scotland legally remain a member of the EU, post-Brexit?: The Scotsman
Chris McCall

Return of Old Firm is massive for Scottish football, says SPFL chief Neil Doncaster: The Herald
Alasdair Mackenzie

Monday, August 1

Ireland and Britain must keep 'invisible border' in the north after Brexit vote, says Minister: Irish Mirror
Shaun Connolly

Politics has been churned up by Brexit – and this is just the start: Irish Independent
John Downing

The North has most to lose from any hard border: Irish Examiner
John Whelan

Southern leaders taking sudden interest in united Ireland: Irish News
Deaglan de Breadun

We need more detail on post-Brexit border arrangements (Jul 28): Irish News
Editorial

A federal United Kingdom is what Theresa May wants: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Editorial

Serving prison officer intended target of bombers in Lisburn: Irish News
Allison Morris

'Bomb hoaxes create fear' says McShane: Ballymoney Times

Co Armagh couple narrowly escape sectarian petrol bomb attack: Irish News
Gareth McKeown

United stand against the terrorists is vital: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Terry was on brink of suicide after wife's death at La Mon, instead built a legacy in her memory that lives on 7,000 miles away from Belfast (Jul 28): Belfast Telegraph
Michael Beattie

Brexit can't stop life-saving cross border services: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Thousands of British people have applied for Irish passports since Brexit vote: Irish Mirror
James Fogarty

Now not Then (Apr 27): Village

No one is talking about the huge contradictions at the centre of centenary fanfare (Mar 30): Irish Examiner
Donagh Davis

Tyrone man who armed 1916 rebels and went on to collude with Hitler (Mar 24): Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Lay of the land – Proclaiming peace and love for the future (Apr 24): Sunday Independent
Fiona O'Connell

Disappointment for Irish language schools (Jun 29): Irish News
Editorial

Concerns on fluency of gardaí in Gaeltacht: Irish Examiner
Seán McCárthaigh

'Brexit means Brexit' means what? (Jul 28): The Scotsman
Bill Jamieson

New assembly should put people first (May 7): Irish News
Patrick Murphy



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