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Tuesday, August 15

Brexit – Britain to propose keeping customs rules for 'interim period' to avert border chaos: The Independent
Rob Merrick

Ireland threatens to block Britain's plans for Brexit transition deal accusing ministers of being 'delusional': Daily Telegraph
Steven Swinford

There is no plan' Sinn Féin demands solution to Irish border issue post-Brexit: Daily Express
Ross Logan

British government stands over plan for 'light touch' border: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Sea border proposal 'could unravel the peace process', says Donaldson: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Brexit is a 'forcible reminder of the benefits of the EU' claims Irish economics professor: Daily Express
Nick Gutteridge

Turning the Brexit negotiating table on the 1998 Agreement: Irish News
Anthony Soares

DUP MLA hits out at Gerry Kelly for having 'no interest in devolution': Belfast Telegraph

Political events in Dublin will influence Stormont's future (Aug 12): Irish News
Patrick Murphy

MLAs should do deal on Irish Language Act and get on with power-sharing, says new bishop of Raphoe (Aug 11): Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Stormont collapse has only disguised Sinn Féin weaknesses: Irish News
Fionnuala O Connor

53 royal pardons issued in decade leading up to Good Friday Agreement: Irish News
John Monaghan

Alliance Party urge police to take tougher stance on paramilitaries: The News Letter

Former republican prisoner asks Police Ombudsman to investigate tiger kidnapping arrest: The Cross Examiner

Bogside bonfire move sparks concerns: ITV
Mark McFadden

Co Antrim man fined for stealing Loyalist flags: Belfast Live
Nevin Farrell

Man questioned over IRA murder of nun and officers in Armagh freed: BBC

English website receives huge backlash after anti-Irish article: Irish Mirror
Cormac O'Shea

Border 'an aid' to rural criminals (Aug 13): The News Letter

Theresa May's plan for Border will 'drive criminal activity', says Fianna Fáil: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Cross-border driving ban 'may save lives' (Aug 2): BBC

Joint article by ministers gives some Brexit clarity: The News Letter
Editorial

The Orange Order are right – 'RIP' is a Catholic phrase (Aug 1): Catholic Herald
Alexander Lucie-Smith

Martin McGuinness' son and DUP MLA celebrate fatherhood: Belfast Telegraph
Leona O'Neill

St Nicola turns off satnav for more scenic route to Scottish independence (Jun 27): The Guardian
John Crace

Monday, August 14

The time is right for nationalist Ireland to work on a plan for unification – Gerry Kelly: Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Féin challenges leaders of the SDLP, Fine Gael, and Fianna Fáil to plan for united Ireland: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Sinn Féin guarantees to unionists in a united Ireland don't add up to a hill of beans: The News Letter
Alex Kane

DUP backs 'free movement' of Irish citizens between UK and Ireland: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Britain to press for customs Border with Republic: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty and Fiach Kelly

Revealed – How Northern Ireland issue could be David Davis' TRUMP CARD in EU Brexit talks: Daily Express
Darren Hunt

Derry's Apprentice Boys braced for Brexit siege: The Irish Times
Freya McClements

Brexit – why you pay your money and you take your choice: Belfast Telegraph
Katy Hayward

It does no harm for the Taoiseach to keep the Tories on their toes: Irish News
Deaglan de Breadun

Christopher Stalford – 'I don't see myself as a future DUP leader. I'm an Arlene 'ultra' and I hope she's still in charge of our party in 30 years' time: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Stormont flags commission receives £140,000 in pay and expenses: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Apprentice Boys' chief hails 'return to the good times': The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Bonfire youths threaten to destroy Free Derry Wall: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Waterside community worker says real leadership has been shown around loyalist bonfires: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Latest bonfire threats outrageous: Irish News
Editorial

PSNI investigating republican parade arrest two men: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Man held over paramilitary-style 'appointment' shooting released: Belfast Telegraph
Leona O'Neill

Service remembers Omagh bomb victims 19 years on: ITV

Hundreds join march in support of Ballymurphy victims: Irish News
Andrew Madden

Man arrested by detectives investigating 1990 bomb that killed four people: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Torture was 'the norm' in the North, says university lecturer: The Irish Times
Freya McClements

App maps Troubles 'killing fields' of Fermanagh: Belfast Telegraph
Aaron Tinney

Father of baby killed in IRA bomb calls on Sinn Féin to explain where the "equality, respect and integrity" is in murder: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Location for new Enniskillen bomb memorial revealed: Impartial Reporter

Large crowd in Ballina for hunger strike commemoration: Connaught Telegraph

Northern Ireland Education Act – Unionism leaders faced down extremists to push a progressive agenda (Aug 9): Belfast Telegraph
Graham Walker

This is the way republicans vent their spleen: Irish Independent
Matt Treacy

Anger as RTE blocks rugby fans in Northern Ireland from seeing World Cup tie: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Brexit a reminder of how EU membership has benefited Republic: The Irish Times
Kevin O'Rourke

Where did it all go wrong for Irish atheists?: The Irish Times
Joe O'Toole

Sunday, August 13

Theresa May 'to insist on Northern Ireland border checks post-Brexit' in move likely to anger the Republic: Independent on Sunday
Rob Merrick

Irish to get right to live and work in UK as part of special travel deal: Sunday Independent
Christopher Hope

Varadkar still has a lot to learn about northern politics: The News Letter
Sandra Chapman

So, who will speak up for the union?: Belfast Telegraph
John Wilson Foster

Council Chairman Stephen McCann reported to commissioner: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

The fight for the soul of the Labour Party in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Kathryn Johnston

Man arrested over Derry paramilitary-style shootings: ITV

Article 2 of Human Rights Act brought up 'in nearly every inquest', coroner says (Aug 7): Belfast Telegraph

An emotional bus tour tells the stories of the IRA's victims: The Irish Times
Rodney Edwards

No volley of shots and no balaclavas as 'Flat Cap' laid to rest: Sunday World

'Why does the Wild Atlantic Way end at Muff, not Derry?': Derry Journal

War Memorial is a symbol of inclusiveness and enlightenment: Limerick Post
Cian Reinhardt

Waiting times cut in half at terror courts (Jul 31): Irish Independent

Easter Rising leader Pearse 'acquitted' on Shankill Road (Aug 10): The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Orange Order put on trial in new courtroom play (Jul 31): Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Powerhouse of integrated education in NI passes away (Aug 4): Belfast Telegraph

No surprise that ancestor of Big Brother's Emma Willis was Orangeman with chequered past, insists Order (Aug 5): Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

'My employers asked me to meet with immigration lawyers' – Irishman living in the UK says he feels more unwelcome each day: Sunday Independent
Laura Larkin

Same-sex marriage an inevitability, but Christian blessing a long way off: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Priest shortage will mean end of regular weekend Masses – bishop (Jul 3): Irish Independent
Sarah MacDonald

Dunkenness on cross-border trains seems to be tolerated (Aug 8): The News Letter
Editorial

Salmond – Scotland will be independent within four years: The Herald

'This is absolutely disgusting' Thousands back war hero after he's refused specialist treatment in England because he lives in Scotland (Aug 1): Scottish Daily Record
Stephen Stewart

Saturday, August 12

Prime Minister Theresa May's Government 'to quash' Irish premier Leo Varadkar's plans for border rethink: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

People in Britain not bothered about border: The Times
Ellen Coyne

German think tank paints bleak picture of post-Brexit hard border: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

UUP's Swann issues warning to Sinn Féin over Irish language used as bargaining chip: Belfast Telegraph

Catholic Bishop urges MLAs to "work together" to bring about Irish Language Act: Irish News
John Monaghan

Without a government for five months, Northern Ireland may be facing a third election: iNews.co.uk
Sam McBride

Nationalism is 'no threat' to unionists: Derry Journal

IRA victim's sister shocked at destruction of every file compiled by watchdog on terror group disbandment: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Tony Blair took too much of the credit for 1998 agreement – Trimble: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Fianna Fáil frontbench TDs are open to coalition with Sinn Féin: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

Apprentice Boys demonstration takes place in Londonderry: BBC

Restrictions placed on one of Northern Ireland's most controversial parades: Belfast Telegraph
Aaron Tinney

Dissident protest to coincide with Apprentice Boys parade: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Controversial Bogside bonfire set to go ahead: The News Letter

Concerns grow after threat to torch Derry shop if bonfire material seized: Belfast Telegraph
Leona O'Neill

Calls for leadership after Tony Taylor image torched in 11th night 'hate crime': Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Republicans to stage white line picket over non-segregation of prisoner: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Man abducted and assaulted in "horrifying" Strabane attack: ITV

No justification for savage paramilitary-style attacks: Irish News
Editorial

Paramilitary 'punishment' attacks destroy lives and blight communities... we can turn a blind eye to them no longer: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Lone wolf dissident who posed as Swedish model gets special jail treatment: Sunday World
Steven Moore

Terrorist murder suspect released: The News Letter

Arrest made over Lurgan petrol bombs: ITV

Kevin 'Flat cap' Murray unlikely to get paramilitary funeral over Hutch link: Sunday World
Ken Foy

South Belfast man loses appeal over damages after alleged UVF links exposed: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Fermanagh security threat – Officer broke speed limit due to 'severe security threat': Impartial Reporter

Omagh bomb prosecution 'was possible with better investigation': BBC

Why doing right thing over gay marriage would be the greatest political coup of your life, Arlene: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

DUP takes tiny steps forward – and is promptly pilloried: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Poignant new exhibition shows fabric of NI's Troubles history: Belfast Telegraph
Leona O'Neill

Playwright Rosemary Jenkinson reveals own experience of sectarianism: Belfast Telegraph

Play about 'Michelle and Arlene' debuts in city's newest arts venue: The News Letter

Orange Order launches heritage tours in bid to put Portadown on the tourist map: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

'Rave' organiser promises more events at interface: Belfast Media
Evan Short

Rights group joins fight to secure legal recognition for humanist marriages: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

'I don't know what to do' – Clashes over Irish-English language split at Connemara crèche: TheJournal.ie
Gráinne Ní Aodha

It's okay to call communion wafer 'haunted bread' on Irish television (Aug 3): The Irish Times
Laura Slattery

Priest – There will be more respect for Catholicism in RTÉ after complaint (Aug 8): Irish Examiner
Anne Lucey

Ireland is a 'cold house' for Christians – Hook: Irish Catholic
Mags Gargan

Lynch mob may have killed off the career of Kevin Myers (Aug 7): Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Friday, August 11

Next round of Brexit talks to focus on Irish issues, says UK: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Brexit talks could be salvaged with THIS idea says expert – but Brexiteers won't like it: Daily Express
Chris Campbell

Republic will be "jealous" of NI once it leaves EU Customs Union, Paisley claims: The News Letter
Sam McBride

DUP is preparing to change direction once again: Irish News
Alex Kane

One small step for our leaders, a giant leap for Stormont? (Aug 9): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

British identity 'would be protected in united Ireland': BBC

New Irish constitution 'must rule out violence': The News Letter

O'Neill showed 'lack of equality' in PSNI meeting: The News Letter

Boot out Sinn Féin council chief after his Enniskillen bomb remarks, demand Unionists: Belfast Telegraph
Aaron Tinney

Violence is proof council's rushed bonfire policy has backfired – DUP: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria Leonard

Republicans slammed for 'despicable' bonfire taunt: The News Letter

Police investigate bonfire poster referencing murdered father of Willie Frazer: Irish News
Marie Louise McConville

Sinn Féin – Police should act against all bonfire effigies: The News Letter

Belfast apartment block still not repaired one month after bonfire damage: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Bogside, Londonderry bonfire 'likely' to go ahead: BBC

Work needs to start now on dealing with next year's bonfires (Aug 10): Irish News
Editorial

Determination expected on Rasharkin parade: The News Letter

Residents' group says it will cancel protest if Rasharkin parade re-routed: Irish News
Connla Young

Dissident gun attack victim was 'shot by appointment': Belfast Telegraph
Leona O'Neill

Anti-vigilante group calls protest in wake of shootings spate: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Two questioned over George Gilmore murder released: ITV

Tony Taylor – SDLP and Sinn Féin politicians call for release of republican prisoner: Irish News
Claire Simpson

'No hesitation' as judge rejects IRA suspect's bail application: Herald.ie
Daniel Hickey

Omagh bomb victims' families to sue Northern Ireland police chief: The Guardian
Lisa O'Carroll

'No giving up' for Omagh families in quest for justice: ITV

'Very slim' chance of successful prosecutions in Troubles cases: Irish Independent
Deborah McAleese

Man held over IRA murders of nun and officers in Armagh: BBC

"My dad died too young" – son of young pub bombings victim (Aug 9): Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

UUP hold 'frank, respectful' meeting with Irish language group: ITV

Ulster Unionists re-iterate opposition to Irish language act in first meeting with campaigners: Irish News
John Monaghan

Revealed – Northern Ireland MPs' financial interests published (Aug 4): Belfast Telegraph

DUP MPs more valuable than Neymar but 'Dalek' Theresa May will soon be replaced by Corbyn – Galloway: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

'We'll see unification of Ireland in my life-time' – George Galloway: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

George Galloway says a lot of unionists would benefit from united Ireland: The Irish Times
Freya McClements

Offensive DUP poster not linked to us, says National Trust: The News Letter

Rarely-seen side of Martin McGuinness's life goes on show: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

'Smear campaign' dossier sent to SF bosses probing bullying claims: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Getting worked up about 'RIP' is itself an Orange indulgence: The Guardian
Giles Fraser

Where now for Scottish independence as the yes vote starts to splinter?: The Guardian
David Torrance

Tokyo 2020 – English Football Association plans to enter a British women's team: BBC

Thursday, August 10

Sinn Féin would want Irish unification plan in any government deal: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

Methodist minister who oversaw IRA decommissioning "would be very comfortable" in a united Ireland: Irish News
John Monaghan

Why Leo Varadkar could turn out to be unionists' unexpected new friend: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Foster and O'Neill – They've made political history ... but up to now Northern Ireland's female leaders haven't exactly bonded: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Revealed – The personal side to Arlene Foster and Michelle O'Neill's relationship: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Dick Roche says London needs to help unionists deal with 'psychological problem' that sea border creates: Irish News
John Manley

Feile an Phobail event imagines how 'New Ireland' will accommodate all... but doesn't invite unionists: Belfast Telegraph
Linda Stewart

UK warned giving Northern Ireland special status in Brexit negotiations will WEAKEN union: Daily Express
Aurora Bosotti

Welsh and Scottish governments demand UK-wide Brexit meeting: BBC
David Deans

Four counties most exposed to hard border: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Brexit an 'opportunity' for Irish nationalists, says George Galloway: The Irish Times
Freya McClements

Belfast bonfire disorder – There will be arrests over unrest, police chief Hamilton vows: Belfast Telegraph
Aaron Tinney

Free event for young people in Falls Park 'helped reduce bonfire tensions': The News Letter

UUP hits out after Danny Kinahan poster placed on bonfire: Belfast Telegraph

Bonfires 'do not represent community' – SF: ITV

Belfast council's bonfire policy up in smoke as firm quits contract: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

PUP member and former leading flag protester supports injunction on loyalist bonfires: Irish News
John Monaghan

Burning cars to be condemned, but is a result of young feeling alienated: Belfast Telegraph
Anthony McIntyre

No excuse for attacks on cars or police (Aug 8): Irish News
Editorial

Sinn Féin challenge PSNI chief Hamilton over violence and criminality of UDA: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Geordie Gilmore – Man and woman arrested by police investigating murder: Belfast Live
Sarah Scott

Police pictures show bullet shot into Derry victim's body in paramilitary-style attack: ITV

Penning is right to say Maxwell's jail term is too lenient: The News Letter
Editorial

'Assembly blocks street progress': Portadown Times

Pub bombing campaigners smash first £10k crowd-funding target: Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

Family of murdered councillor shocked by link to notorious Glenanne gang: Irish News
Allison Morris

Former Troubles soldier 'would shake hands of man who killed friend': Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Féin hits back at former member in Cahill row: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Exhibition casts new light on life of Martin McGuinness (Aug 9): Irish News
Seamus McKinney

DUP councillor backs Belfast Pride as party splits spill into open: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Foster welcomes changes at Pride which removed offensive placards: The News Letter
Sam McBride

PSNI investigating Jim Wells' complaint over anti-DUP banner at Belfast Pride parade: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

On same sex marriage, DUP knows that change is coming: Irish News
Allison Morris

Shadow of 1917 Irish Convention hangs over Brexit: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

'Free State imposed original Derry customs border' (Aug 4): Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

€88m spent but A5 to Derry remains stuck in slow lane: Irish Independent
Adrian Rutherford

No Northern Ireland Assembly means no change to 1955 e-bike law – Stormont officials: Belfast Telegraph

Maze escape movie hits delay in filming until next year (Aug 7): Belfast Telegraph
Alison Fleming

Protest movement against Orange walks set up ahead of another weekend of marches: The Herald

Wednesday, August 9

Irish MEP says UK not brave enough to hold second Brexit referendum: Belfast Telegraph

No quarter on the border says south Armagh-born Labour MP Conor McGinn: Irish News
John Manley

Varadkar 'trying to sway UK public opinion' on Brexit: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

A very different Irish leader is playing hardball with Britain: London Evening Standard
Roy Foster

Dublin government's Brexit stance no 'back of the envelope' job: Irish News
Jarlath Kearney

Brexit – sharper tone reflects realities: The Irish Times
Editorial

'We are not leaving our own nation state': Derry Journal

Police chief shares frustration over political impasse in meeting with Sinn Féin: Belfast Telegraph

Gutless unionism can't do the decent thing: Irish News
Brian Feeney

More than 200,000 people are struggling daily to cope with Troubles trauma, says expert: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

N Ireland Labour's executive committee denies party infiltration as members quit: Belfast Telegraph

Belfast trouble: Children as young as 12 involved, officer hurt and no arrests – police to up patrols across city: Belfast Telegraph

Families of kids involved in Divis trouble should face eviction, political rep says: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

PSNI chief pledges action over Belfast disorder: The News Letter

Former DUP MLA Jonathan Craig blames Sinn Féin for Belfast disorder as son's car torched: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Nationalist bonfire violence irrelevant to next July – PUP councillor: The News Letter

DUP's Emma Little Pengelly accused of 'selective attitude' to bonfires: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

BBC presenter's shock at Eleventh night bonfires – 'There's no way on earth you'd be able to do this in England. You'd be in so much trouble': Belfast Telegraph

Fresh concerns raised over tower block keys: Irish News
Connla Young

Police neutral on gay marriage – George Hamilton: The News Letter

Pride organisers ask for removal of anti-DUP sign: The News Letter

DUP councillor backs PSNI gay Pride participation: Irish News
John Manley

MP Little-Pengelly tight-lipped over her 'Pride' tweet as party says it has no issue with the words: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Jim Wells – Police should investigate anti-DUP placard at Pride parade: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Pipe bomb thrown into pensioner's bed by 'dissident republicans', police say: Belfast Telegraph

Pipe bomb attack could have had horrific consequences: Irish News
Editorial

Sinn Féin MLA slams shooting of man in Derry: Belfast Telegraph

Sectarian 'Fenians Out' graffiti daubed on wall outside Londonderry care home: Belfast Telegraph
Jill Goligher

Tougher sentence urged for ex-Royal Marine terrorist bomb-maker: Belfast Telegraph

Rev Harold Good – 'Martin McGuinness and I were soulmates': Irish News

Leaving the Council chamber wasn't a walkout, says Alex Baird: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Claudy victims 'will be always in our hearts': Londonderry Sentinel

Ballina to host National Hunger Strike Commemoration: Mayo News

Summer school unites Irish and Ulster-Scots musicians (Aug 4): BBC
Robbie Meredith

Kevin McNamara, politician and advocate for Irish unity: The Independent
David McKittrick

Cross-Border run highlights the 'joy of free movement': Impartial Reporter
Lily Dane

Support for call for extra EU funds for Ireland (Aug 8): Irish News
John Manley

Post-Brexit border checks on horses 'a nightmare scenario': Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Vile sectarian message scrawled on wall at Rangers' stadium as bigots engage in tit for tat graffiti war: Scottish Daily Record

Tuesday, August 8

Belfast building set alight by nationalist youths in bonfire dispute: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Divis Credit Union up in flames after day of carnage in Belfast: Belfast Live
Ryan Smith

Troubles victims in Great Britain to be focus of special healthcare support: Belfast Telegraph

NI peace process not a 'finished product', warns Chief Whip: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

DUP and SF in 'blame game' over budget cuts: The News Letter

Northern Ireland's politics is fixated on the past – but young people want change: The Guardian
Kylie Noble

Council Chairman Stephen McCann will not 'go down the road of condemning' Enniskillen bombing: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

'I'm not from a republican family, I don't go to Mass and don't speak Irish... I got into politics after seeing what was happening on the Garvaghy Road': Belfast Telegraph

Why the question of identity is at the centre of all our big political debates: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Still impolite to talk about reconciliation: Irish News
Fionnuala O Connor

Varadkar and Coveney are dancing too close to Adams (Aug 6): Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Police at gay pride disgust me, says DUP councillor: The Times
Sean O'Driscoll

DUP councillor breaks silence to slam 'militant' LGBT campaign: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

National Trust says organisation is 'for everyone' after Jim Wells row: Belfast Telegraph

Differences on Pride reflect DUP tensions on social issues: The News Letter
Editorial

Labour Party in Northern Ireland hit by committee resignations: BBC
Mark Devenport

Key NI Labour officials quit in protest at hard-left 'entryism': The News Letter
Sam McBride

The Northern Irish border is a nightmare that could ultimately derail Brexit: Business Insider
Adam Becket and Adam Bienkov

Government – 'Any clarity from UK on Brexit is welcome': Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

Former UK Brexit minister claims Varadkar 'regrets' comments on post-Brexit border: TheJournal.ie
Sean Murray

Varadkar's nuanced Brexit speech timely: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Council bonfire policy tested in nationalist areas could be rolled out: Irish News
Allison Morris

Sinn Féin to meet Chief Constable over UDA activity: Belfast Telegraph

Belfast council used housing body contractor in bonfire pallets storage: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

UUP – Sinn Féin won't be allowed to use bonfire meeting to 'squash cultural activity': Irish News
Connla Young

Actor Rea's F-word rant over Foster provokes DUP rebuke: Belfast Telegraph
Jim McDowell

Housing Executive admits it can't find tower block master keys: Irish News
Connla Young

Finucane case will get Supreme Court hearing: Irish Echo
Anthony Neeson

I did not shop Royal Marine Maxwell, says man jailed over cache of arms: Belfast Telegraph

Royal Marine terrorist who made bombs for Irish Republicans could be out of jail in six years: Daily Telegraph

Pat and John Hume pay tribute to 'friend of Ireland' Kevin McNamara: Irish News

Encouraging start for pub bombings funding appeal: Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

Garda Kingsmills offer 'bid to divide and conquer families': The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Change in law needed to procure Kingsmill evidence: The Cross Examiner

Family of Patsy Kelly family to meet Police Ombudsman over 1974 murder: Irish News
Seanin Graham

The last thing Ireland needs is yet another way of sowing division: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

Belfast councillor defiant on rally's controversial Islam speeches: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Shocking sectarian 'fenian c***s' slur spray painted on fence at Celtic Park: Scottish Daily Record

Sinn Féin MP dismisses criticism over role in Venezuela election: Belfast Telegraph

Monday, August 7

'Little hope' of Stormont executive reforming: Irish Examiner
Daniel McConnell

Chance for fresh thinking on North: Sunday Independent
Editorial

Varadkar's Border proposal dismissed as 'incoherent' by leading economist: Irish Independent
Steven Alexander and Cormac McQuinn

Those who claim Brexit won't mean a hard border between Ireland and Northern Ireland are in denial: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Neil F. Cosgrove

Winter is coming if Brexit focus not on common goals: Irish Independent
Ailish O'Hora

'The North must be designated special status in order for the whole island to stay in the EU together': TheJournal.ie
David Cullinane

Border areas long familiar with flouting customs rules (Aug 1): Irish News
Fionnuala O Connor

Border issue means that customs union must stay: Irish Independent
Colm McCarthy

Willie Frazer still plans Dublin protest despite minister's commitment to meet Kingsmill families: Irish News
John Manley

You'd wonder about the people who join political parties that tolerate no dissent: Irish Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

UFF flags outside courthouse 'should be removed immediately' (Aug 3): Irish News
Claire Simpson

Jim Wells cuts ties with National Trust over gay pride issues: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Sheils McNamee

DUP MP's 'surprising' Pride message: The News Letter

Martin and Varadkar face to face again with the SF question (Aug 6): Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Controversial marches in Belfast pass off peacefully: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Anti-internment parade passes off peacefully as Britain First leads counter rally in Belfast: Belfast Live
Michael McHugh

Handful of supporters turn up for Britain First rally in Belfast: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Man arrested at far-right rally in Belfast in day of demonstrations: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Right-wing leader warns Belfast rally of 'bloodshed' in England: The News Letter

Thousands 'silently enduring anxiety and stress' because of Troubles: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

This new project is set to empower young women in the Shankill and Falls (Aug 4): Belfast Live
Sarah Scott

Ombudsman says Teebane warning claims should be investigated: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

'Thought-provoking exhibition' asks how did Northern Ireland live through the 1990s: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Removal of Northern Ireland barriers still a distant hope (Jun 23): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Revealed – How much Prince Charles's Irish visits cost Garda: The Irish Times
Seán Dunne

Criticism of 'illegal rave' in north Belfast is politically motivated, claims organiser: Irish News
John Monaghan

Rea bites back at Foster over crocodile jibe: The Sunday Times
Eithne Shortall

Celtic's Green Brigade warned to keep their politics away from the pitch: The Herald

Sinn Féin criticised for observer role in Venezuelan election: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Why the Yes movement is falling apart: The Herald
David Torrance

Sunday, August 6

'Impact of Brexit already being felt by young people' – Murphy: Newry Times

That Irish Problem With Brexit Is A Tough One – Without A Real Solution Either (Aug 4): Forbes.com
Tim Worstall

Post-Brexit reality suggests we are heading towards economic partition (Aug 5): Irish News
Patrick Murphy

Snap out of it, Britain. Brexit won't save you (Aug 5): The Irish Times
Donald Clarke

Varadkar to help May resolve Stormont crisis: The Sunday Times
Stephen O'Brien

PSNI officers and Gardai take part in Belfast's gay Pride parade: The News Letter
Deborah McAleese

Varadkar stands up to bullying DUP – and they are not sure how to handle it (Aug 5): Irish News
Simon Doyle

Taoiseach's closer engagement in north should be welcomed (Aug 2): Irish News
Editorial

Four protest events take place in Belfast: ITV

Police Ombudsman asked to investigate tiger kidnapping arrest (Aug 4): Irish News
Connla Young

In Ireland's Jerusalem, calls to forgive are more than a platitude (Aug 4): The Economist

Ciaran Maxwell case leaves questions unanswered (Aug 1): Irish News
Editorial

Maxwell deserves every day in jail he has been given and more (Aug 1): The News Letter
Editorial

Lady Pamela Hicks – why I forgive my father's IRA killers (Aug 4): Daily Telegraph
Anita Singh

'Guildford Four' prison letters found at uni are turned into a play (Jul 28): Islington Tribune
Tom Foot

Monument to honour fallen gardaí (Jul 25): Mayo News
Michael Commins

Martin McGuinness – Sons listen as former deputy First Minister remembered at Féile (Aug 5): Irish News
Claire Simpson

Why the Irish language is not a political pawn and is important for Northern Ireland after Brexit (Aug 2): Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall Comer

'Ballykinlar job creation preferable to GAA' – Wells: The News Letter

GAA – The surviving, thriving third pillar of nationalist Ireland (Jul 24): The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Loyalist ex-prisoners display their creative work on the Falls Rd (Aug 2): The News Letter

Councillors reject claims by Sinn Féin TD they set out to block gay marriage (Aug 3): Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Sinn Féin dispute rumbles on following councillors' appeal: Bray People
Myles Buchanan

Now Leo takes over the world: Sunday Independent
Brendan O'Connor

Cross-border application of driving bans is sensible (Aug 2): The News Letter
Editorial

'John Hewitt was caricatured as a unionist curmudgeon, but the poet I knew had a brilliant wit' (Jul 25): Belfast Telegraph
Damian Smyth

Irish optimistic about future of EU and most likely to have positive image of bloc (Aug 3): Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Devolved nations may gain more control of fishing and farming post-Brexit (Jul 20): Belfast Telegraph

Taoiseach pledges funds for A5 and Narrow Water Bridge (Aug 5): Irish News

How one man's personal journey is creating a new way to worship: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

The Green Brigade will soon be back at Celtic Park – but for how much longer? (Aug 4): The Herald
Matthew Lindsay

Saturday, August 5

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar pleads for 'soft Brexit' during Belfast visit: Belfast Telegraph

Doom-mongering Irish PM tells Northern Ireland Brexit could affect 'EVERY aspect of life': Daily Express
Jon Rogers

EU could compromise on giving UK access to Single Market post-Brexit, Irish prime minister suggests: Daily Telegraph
Jack Maidment

Donaldson insists Brexit talks with Taoiseach will be 'robust and frank': Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen and Niall O'Connor

Irish PM should help UK on Brexit, says Hoey: The News Letter

On Irish Border, Worries That 'Brexit' Will Undo a Hard-Won Peace: New York Times
Sarah Lyall

Taoiseach seeks to inject new dynamic into Brexit talks: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

When the north needs a hero up steps Leo: Irish News
John Manley

Taoiseach offers 'practical solutions' on Brexit: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty and Mary Minihan

Without Irish unification, a hard Brexit is impossible: The Guardian
Simon Jenkins

Why the solution to Brexit is not to have one border, but two: Belfast Telegraph
James Anderson

The Taoiseach will just have to wait for the Brexit plan: The Irish Times
Jeffrey Donaldson

Brexit compromises needed for progress: Irish Independent
Editorial

Northern Ireland must have a voice on Brexit: Irish News
Editorial

Varadkar and May ready to drop everything for Northern talks: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Varadkar talks bring more positive consensus among Northern Ireland parties: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Taoiseach wisely softens his tone on first NI visit: The News Letter
Editorial

'Armed struggle' mindset is still posing a grave threat to peace: Irish Independent
Andrew Lynch

Adams insists he will lead Sinn Féin into election: Irish Independent
David Young

Time to let Sinn Féin into the political centre: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

Leo Varadkar – It's only a matter of time before Northern Ireland has same-sex marriage: Belfast Live
Deborah McAleese

Belfast Pride – Rainbow flag flies at Stormont House: BBC

Welsh MP battered unconscious for being gay set for his first Belfast Pride: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Gardai at Belfast pride 'stinks to high heaven' – Kingsmills survivor: The News Letter

English cleric warns PSNI to avoid repeat of London Pride: The News Letter

Gay Pride row – Ex-top PSNI man says officers should not parade with Orange: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Northern Irish unionist parties alienating young Protestants, study says: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

DUP legal bid to extinguish city council's bonfires vote: Belfast Telegraph
Eamon Sweeney

SF wants all councils to get bonfire powers: The News Letter
Niall Deeney

Make bonfires smaller but proposed ban is not justified: The News Letter
Sandra Chapman

Anti-fascist group to hold protest during Belfast rally involving Britain First: Irish News
Connla Young

PSNI searches into 'violent dissident republican activity' in west Belfast: ITV

Terrorist who infiltrated Royal Marines and built bombs for dissident Irish Republicans will lose military pension: Daily Mail
Larisa Brown

Rescued Army cadets "British terrorists in training", claims republican group: The News Letter

AOH urged to speak out over Tyrone hunger strike commemoration: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Guildford pub bombings – 'May be grounds to resume' inquests: BBC
Tanya Gupta

Birmingham pub bombing victims push to overturn ban on naming suspects: Belfast Telegraph
Richard Vernalls

Killorglin man admits role in IRA bomb case: The Kerryman
Simon Brouder

Dublin must help bring Kingsmill justice – Arlene Foster: Belfast Telegraph

Kingsmills survivor rejects private Garda offer: The News Letter

Down GAA to use former British army base as new training centre: The Irish Times
Jack Power

Uefa's U-turn over order to cover up Glenavon war memorial: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Friday, August 4

Dublin's 'road map' for peaceful Irish unification derided by unionists: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Dublin needs to do more post-Brexit than just push some form of Irish unity: The News Letter
Steve Aiken

'Prepare us for a peaceful united Ireland after Brexit' – Politicians want a forum to tackle border: Irish Mirror
Michael McHugh

Taoiseach pleads for end to political stalemate in North: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Gerry Adams backs taoiseach's Brexit remarks and accuses Arlene Foster of 'disrespecting' north's electorate: Irish News
John Manley

John Bruton says Ireland needs to try to stop Brexit happening: The Irish Times
Vivienne Clarke

SLDP's Eastwood brands DUP 'rudderless' on Brexit position: The News Letter
Deborah McAleese

Brexit – Adams says Foster 'disrespecting' will of Northern Ireland: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Bishop warns Brexit hard border could be devastating: Irish Catholic
Greg Daly

The Brexit Beartraps, #1 – The Irish border issue: New Statesman
Jonn Elledge

Will Brexit Reopen Old Wounds Between Ireland and Northern Ireland?: The Atlantic
Yasmeen Serhan

Taoiseach will get a taste of Northern Ireland's new Pride: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Leo Varadkar proves gay stereotypes belong in the political past: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

Varadkar visit a chance to reset tone of cross-border dialogue: The News Letter
Editorial

If Sinn Féin aren't serious about devolution then that is a big problem for the DUP: Irish News
Alex Kane

Taoiseach is setting wrong tone on Brexit: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

DUP challenge Belfast City Council bonfire material vote: Belfast Live
Michael McHugh

'Fears of more bonfires being built next year due to anger' over Belfast Council motion, says Jim Rodgers: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Pallets near bonfire that Belfast woman wanted 'for decking' removed: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Why 400 years after William Shakespeare's day do bonfires remain such a burning issue?: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Bonfire concerns need to be addressed: Irish News
Editorial

Willie Frazer plans Kingsmill march in Dublin: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Sheils McNamee

Loyalists 'planning Love Ulster style march in Dublin' over Kingsmill massacre: Irish Mirror
Brynmor Pattison

Gregory Campbell unrepentant over Martin McGuinness 'Gasyard Failure' comments: Belfast Telegraph

Tony Taylor's wife to address anti-internment rally as route review request dismissed: Irish News
Connla Young

Forensic tests delay trial decision for men accused of loyalist Darren Moore murder bid: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Major blow to 'new IRA' as four held in dawn raid swoop on main targets: Irish Independent
Ken Foy

Gun seized by PSNI investigating dissident republicanism: BBC

Concerns raised over claims special branch threatened to expose informer: Irish News
Connla Young

British Legion concert in aid of Limerick playground halted by Republicans: Limerick Leader
Fintan Walsh

TUV leader Jim Allister writes to Chief Constable to 'cancel official PSNI involvement in Belfast Pride': Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

DUP predicted to allow same sex marriage through muted opposition: Irish News
John Manley

Polling predictions – blame it on the weather: Belfast Telegraph
Bill White

Sinn Féin willing to enter coalition, says McDonald: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

Redrawing the battle lines – Former loyalists paramilitaries to display work in west Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Anger after housing chiefs give homes master key to PSNI (Aug 3): Irish News
Connla Young

PSNI returns master keys to Northern Ireland residents' homes: Belfast Telegraph

Should Ireland have its own 'independence day'? (Jul 31): Newstalk.com
Stephen McNeice

Celtic fan's bomb threat towards Rangers on Twitter sees Police Scotland called in: The Herald

A distant conflict resonates in Northern Ireland: The Economist

Thursday, August 3

Ireland should begin preparing for 'peaceful reunification', says Oireachtas committee: Irish Examiner
Michael McHugh

Irish government Brexit report dismissed as 'united Ireland wish list': The News Letter
Mark Rainey

SDLP Leader Colum Eastwood calls for national discussion on Irish Unity: Derry Now

'Task force needed in case of violence after Brexit,' insists report: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Call for New Ireland Forum 2 to be set up: Irish News
Connla Young

Irish PM 'disrespectful' for hoping Brexit will not happen, says DUP: The Guardian
Lisa O'Carroll

Arlene Foster – Leo Varadkar must accept Brexit is going to happen: Belfast Telegraph

Taoiseach's first visit to North overshadowed by DUP rebuke over Brexit remarks: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

Ireland's departing UK ambassador shares 'sadness' over Brexit: The Guardian
Lisa O'Carroll

Bertie Ahern rejects idea of technological post-Brexit Border: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Windsor lawyer shaping Northern Ireland's new border after Brexit: CBC

'Madness!' EU trade barriers mean Northern Irish goods could be TRAPPED after Brexit: Daily Express
Aurora Bosotti

'Ireland should ask for a second Brexit referendum': TheJournal.ie
Neale Richmond

Why fudging Ireland's Brexit border issue can only mean Troubles ahead: The Spectator
Martin Vander Weyer

Our positive outlook will be needed over Brexit: Irish Independent
Editorial

'Sinn Féin not interested in devolution' – Foster: ITV

Stormont talks – Sinn Féin 'committed' to power sharing': BBC
Enda McClafferty

Gerry Adams willing to cancel holidays for Northern Ireland talks: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Keep talking, Brokenshire tells parties as he heads off on holiday: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Forget Troubles threat on our doorstep at your peril: Yorkshire post
Patrick Mercer

Legacy conference to be held in Belfast this weekend: Irish News
Connla Young

PSNI commander defends allowing uniformed officers to march in Belfast's gay pride: Irish News
David Young

Police chief backs uniformed officers in Belfast Pride – but not Christian march about 'sinful homosexuality': Belfast Telegraph

DUP needs to make a virtue out of allowing same-sex marriage: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Anti-internment parade banned for second time: Irish News
Connla Young

Belfast City Council backs Sinn Féin bonfires motion: BBC
Mark Simpson

Sinn Féin accused of wanting council to be 'bonfire police' after motion passed: The News Letter

Bonfire builders issue complaint to pallet firm: Belfast Media
Evan Short

Woman says pallets at home near Belfast bonfire site are 'for decking': Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Alliance needlessly facilitated Sinn Féin provocation and cynicism over bonfires: The News Letter
Jeff Dudgeon

'Love Ulster' style rally planned for Dublin: Irish News
Connla Young

Ex-Army chief warns more terrorists like Ciaran Maxwell could infiltrate UK forces: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Major dissident crimes in NI often lead to jail sentences in single-figure years: The News Letter

Four men arrested during Dublin raids on dissident IRA: Irish Independent
Cathal McMahon

Well known New IRA member among those arrested in this morning's swoop (Aug 2): Sunday World
Morgan Flanagan Creagh

'Republican Brotherhood Unit' threatens 'war and bloodshed' to Northern Ireland triathlon sponsors: Belfast Telegraph

Gregory Campbell labels Londonderry community festival 'Gasyard failure': Londonderry Sentinel
Andrew Quinn

Gregory Campbell immature and irrelevant says Derry festival organisers: Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

Anger over Gregory Campbell's 'offensive' McGuinness photo warning comment: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Campbell invited to Féile following anti-Irish attack: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Yob Celtic fan in sick Lee Rigby song video exposed as son of nail-bomb target: Scottish Daily Record
Keith McLeod

Venezuela election perfectly fair, insists Sinn Féin observer Mickey Brady: The Times
Patrick Maguire and Lucy Fisher

Wednesday, August 2

Varadkar claims he has 'nobody to call in the North' ahead of meeting: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Now that Leo Varadkar has opted for plain speaking, he needs to continue to do so on his visit North: Irish Mirror
Paddy Clancy

Some question Varadkar's ability to endure North's politics (Jun 12): The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Bring back the Saggers to save Stormont! (Jul 31): Tribune Magazine
John Coulter

DUP out of their depth as Brexit negotiations crank up: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Hibernians urged State to raise North concerns: Irish Echo

Respect is a two-way street and SF must end hypocrisy (Jul 27): Belfast Telegraph
Robin Swann

Challenges ahead for those who seek a united Ireland free from any borders: Irish Independent
Mark Daly

Anti-internment parade organisers plan alternative route: Irish News
Connla Young

We have support for council bonfire motion and it will pass – Sinn Féin: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Bonfires and flags among Northern Ireland tourists' complaints: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Priest explains why he joined group that won't work with cops: Belfast Media
Evan Short

Election chief puts call out for workers – could snap election be in the offing?: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Sheils McNamee

Explosives from Royal Marine haul in the hands of 'active' dissidents: Irish News
Allison Morris

Hand over my murdered boy's secret files (Jul 30): (from the Sunday World)
Richard Sullivan

Emotional scenes at IRA bomb memorial: Londonderry Sentinel

Pain and anguish of Claudy never-ending: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Glenanne Gang collusion labelled 'a war crime': The Cross Examiner

Emma and Jake De Souza caught up in a bureaucratic nightmare: Irish News
Jim Gibney

Threat of embarrassment one way round inflexibility on nationality (Jul 27): Irish News
Newton Emerson

Three SF councillors at centre of bitter internal row break silence (Aug 1): Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Sinn Féin denies claims of bullying culture: Irish Examiner
Elaine Loughlin and Fiachra Ó Cionnaith

Complaint as 'Belfast's first gay mayor' says he would ban DUP: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Varadkar attendance at Belfast Gay Pride event 'totally inappropriate': The News Letter

Rainbow Project welcomes news Taoiseach Leo Varadkar to attend Belfast Pride: Belfast Live
Sheena McStravick

Leo Varadkar's plan to attend Belfast Pride fails to elicit the anticipated outrage: Irish News
John Manley

Northern Irish firms considering opening in Republic after Brexit, analysts say: Belfast Telegraph

Brexit sea border with Ireland 'would burden Scottish ports' (Jul 30): The Sunday Times
John Boothman

Councillor condemns anti-British sentiment in Cork (Jul 27): BreakingNews.ie
Rob McNamara

Group's effort to change Cork street names 'not anti-British' (Aug 1): The Irish Times
Vivienne Clarke

Revisionism and dishonesty – Changing names won't change past: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Former British army commander does not consider 'taig' as a 'term of abuse' (Jul 29): Irish News
John Monaghan

IRA campaign in Co Cork during War of Independence not sectarian, UCC historian argues (Jul 30): The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Armed Guards – an unavoidable response to heightened threat (Jul 30): Sunday Independent
Tom Brady

Celtic v Linfield – 12 men arrested in Scotland over banners at Parkhead match: Belfast Telegraph

Twelve arrested over Celtic banners displayed during Linfield Champions League clash: Scottish Daily Record
Paul Ward

Green Brigade to return to Celtic Park following two-game ban: The Herald
Alison McConnell

Tuesday, August 1

Brexit – Ireland's Prime Minister Leo Varadkar trying to 'keep door open' for UK to stay in EU: The Independent
Rob Merrick

Donaldson warns Taoiseach over 'megaphone diplomacy': Belfast Telegraph

Don't say what you're thinking out loud – Ex-DUP Spad tells Taoiseach Varadkar over Brexit outburst: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Leo Varadkar criticised for Brexit stance: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe and Conor Kane

'Ultrasoft Brexit' called for to honour Dublin-North agreements: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

Sinn Féin's Murphy claims DUP secretly fears Brexit disaster: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

DUP rejects Sinn Féin claim it accepts Brexit will be 'economic disaster' as fantasy: Belfast Telegraph

Tory infighting on Brexit could be ruinous for us all: Irish Independent
Editorial

SF – 'No new ideas from SoS on breaking Stormont impasse': ITV

Sinn Féin call for 'focused' talks when Stormont negotiations resume: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Anger as Sinn Féin claims more than £1m from Westminster: Irish Independent
Adrian Rutherford

Sinn Féin missing a lifetime opportunity to set the agenda: The Irish Times
Sean Donlon

Why a well-meaning call to find our 'common ground' is doomed to failure: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Colum Eastwood ponders future in wake of Westminster poll disaster: Irish News
John Manley

Parades Commission impose restrictions on three parades in Belfast: Belfast Live
Sarah Scott

Rulings aim to keep three 'high risk' Belfast marches apart: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

DUP distances MLA from UDA-linked group's Facebook post on bonfire: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Sinister threats made against contractors after bonfire wood removal: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Sinn Féin hits out over bonfire warning graffiti in Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria Leonard

Sinn Féin 'upping the ante' with bonfire materials council motion: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Victim hits out at plan to unveil UDR flag at Belfast rally: Irish News
Connla Young

Theft of flag sparks police investigation: Newry Times

Anger as IRA slogans daubed on mural and doors of eight homes: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

IRA graffiti seen as bid to heighten tensions: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

North Belfast man victim of 'brutal and horrific' paramilitary street attack: Belfast Live
Jilly Beattie

Man sentenced in connection with David Black murder: The News Letter

Queen's visit bus bomber Donal Billings goes on jail hunger strike: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Royal Marine who supplied arms for Irish republican attacks jailed for 18 years: The Guardian
Vikram Dodd and Jamie Grierson

Royal Marine Ciaran Maxwell a skilled bomb maker key to Continuity IRA, says judge: Belfast Live
Jilly Beattie

Terrifying arsenal of Royal Marine turned IRA sympathiser who built 14 pipe bombs and researched hundreds of targets: Daily Mirror
Ryan Hooper

Ciaran Maxwell – Top officer praises vital role played by public: Belfast Telegraph

'Back to worst days of Troubles if Maxwell had not been caught': Larne Times

Soldier's betrayal – DNA trail led to Ciaran Maxwell and secured conviction for deadly stockpile: Belfast Telegraph
Aaron Tinney

Ciaran Maxwell case heard references to second Larne man: Irish News
Allison Morris

Ciaran Maxwell – Royal Marine who led double life as a terrorist bomb-maker: Belfast Telegraph

Ciaran Maxwell – How did former Royal Marine get away it?: The News Letter

The story of former Royal Marine Ciaran Maxwell is bizarre, even by Northern Ireland standards: Irish News
Allison Morris

Good fortune that unmasked Royal Marine bomb-maker Ciaran Maxwell: The News Letter

Ciaran Maxwell 'will likely serve more time than all previous British army convictees combined': Irish News
Allison Morris

45 years on, Claudy remembers day that bombers ripped it apart: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

DUP defends four MPs employing family members: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

PSNI invite uniformed Gardai to join them in Belfast Gay Pride parade: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Varadkar's visit to North will coincide with Belfast Pride festival: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Speculation that Taoiseach Leo Varadkar will attend Belfast gay pride parade: Irish News
John Manley

Northern Ireland's politicians urged to end 'absurd' veto on marriage equality: Belfast Telegraph



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