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Tuesday, August 14

Sinn Féin and DUP 'owe the people' to restore NI Executive – Bertie Ahern: The Irish Times
Conor Kane

Time to accept that the Good Friday Agreement has not delivered: The News Letter
Alex Kane

We have a banjaxed political system in Northern Ireland, but we still have a growing public space in which ideas are being aired: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Our politicians are playing with fire by surrendering the public space to bigots (Aug 10): Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

British government minister brands SDLP 'desperate': Irish News
Connla Young

Brexit and border: Effect on youth 'will be catastrophic' – SF MLA: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Value of North's exports to UK nearly four times that to Republic: The Irish Times

Varadkar criticised after IRA flags are waved at festival he launched in Belfast: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Controversy over IRA chants as Wolfe Tones close Féile: ITV

Feile's main backers could rethink funding after row over controversial gig: Belfast Telegraph
Lauren Harte

Feile organisers have questions to answer: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

We should welcome and nurture artistic expression from within loyalism (Aug 10): Belfast Telegraph
Philip Orr

Paisley meets supporters to apologise after Commons suspension: The News Letter

DUP silent on meeting backing Ian Paisley as bookies' odds suggest by-election is likely: Irish News
John Manley

DUP MLA slams Parades Commission after conditions imposed on Co Antrim band parade: Belfast Telegraph

UUP councillor in claim Belfast city centre dissident parade breached the rules: Belfast Telegraph
Lauren Harte

Unionist councillors want answers from Parades Commission over anti-internment march: The News Letter

Sinn Féin plea as monument to murdered soldiers stolen: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Scottish soldiers' families – Stop disrespecting our boys: The News Letter

Shock as one in three Troubles victims admits to a suicide bid: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Omagh massacre injured still waiting for compensation 20 years after atrocity: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney and Adrian Rutherford

Omagh victim's husband – Going to bomb site makes hair stand up on back of my neck: The News Letter

Omagh bomb victim's dad hits out at broadcaster Hartley-Brewer's 'insensitive' tweet: Belfast Telegraph
Gillian Halliday

The Irish and British governments should feel enough shame to order proper investigations into the Omagh Bomb: Irish Mirror
Paddy Clancy

Omagh service proof suffering never stops: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

NI premiere of documentary about IRA woman Dolours Price: BBC

State controlling how history of NI conflict told: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Moloney

Ballymurphy troops must face due process of the law, MLA tells commemoration: Belfast Telegraph

The Quiet Heroes of Civil Rights Dr Conn and Patricia McCluskey: Irish News

Irish President to address Civil Rights Festival in Derry: Belfast Telegraph

A long march into history – remembering battle for civil rights: The Times
Jennifer O'Brien

Sinn Féin gears up for big push to have vote for Irish President extended to the whole diaspora: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Should we pull the plug on the Irish presidential election?: Irish Mirror
Larissa Nolan

Minister should not feel threatened by Catholic Church imparting its doctrines to the faithful of all ages (Aug 7): Irish Examiner
Margaret Hickey

The Belfast solution (Aug 11): Indian Express
Juggi Bhasin

Monday, August 13

Brexit sparks demand for immigration advice in Northern Ireland: TheDetail.tv
Claire Smyth

A united Ireland would be much stronger economically than is Northern Ireland: The News Letter
Paul Gosling

More fool me for thinking that women taking reins of political power would actually change things for the better (Aug 1): Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Northern Ireland needs a new unionism that reflects the UK's diversity: The Independent
William Neill

Unionists are debating the future – who is listening? (Aug 12): Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Unionism would do well to heed wake-up call from Robinson (Aug 3): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Unionists need to prepare for a united Ireland – priest (Aug 2): Irish Catholic
Colm Fitzpatrick

The year of a bonfire breakthrough?: Belfast Media
Ciara Quinn

Plea for authorities to allow Belfast cross-community run to take place: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Bearing witness – Ballyvourney to Belfast and all points between (Aug 12): Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Sinn Féin reviews party structures after raft of departures: The Irish Times
Sarah Bardon

Ian Paisley Jr's political future in the balance as opinion in North Antrim divided: Belfast Live
Andrew Madden

Politicians now could still be taught equality lesson by civil rights leaders (Aug 8): Belfast Telegraph
Tom Kelly

Omagh policeman urges bombers to 'lift the phone, stop the suffering': The Irish Times
Freya McClements

Omagh bombing relatives remember loved ones on 20-year anniversary: Irish Independent
Cate McCurry

Omagh Bombing – events leading up to and beyond the Real IRA bomb explosion: The Sunday Times
Rebecca Black

There must be no more Omaghs: Irish News
Editorial

'Haunted' Enniskillen bomb survivor reveals suicide attempt: Belfast Telegraph

'Hardworking, cheerful, generous family' – 30th anniversary of IRA murders of Hannas recalled (Jul 23): Irish News
John Monaghan

Veterans deserve to be well treated by the society they served (Jul 27): The News Letter
Editorial

Gerry Adams' cookbook is simply another attempt to spin the history of IRA terrorism: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Gerry Adams provided 'heavenly voice' in Belfast nostalga play (Aug 7): The News Letter
Michael McHugh

Orange Order's Mervyn Gibson defends attending Michael Stone art exhibition (Aug 9): Belfast Telegraph

Alderman John Finlay – My letter to the chief constable about PSNI Pride participation: The News Letter

Poppy record bid is a great way to remember war dead (Aug 7): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Project highlights Ireland's complex relationship with WWI (Aug 8): The News Letter
Editorial

Flanagan defends top criminal court over SF claims: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Women and young lead push to make Catholic Church a less cold place (Aug 12): Sunday Independent
Paul Moran

Poll – public backs McAleese attack on Church over 'misogyny' (Aug 12): Sunday Independent
Jody Corcoran

With fans like these, who needs enemies? (Aug 10): The Times
Ann Marie Hourihane

Tom Moran, businessman and humanitarian, passes away in New York: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

British radio caller suggests war with Ireland as solution to Brexit border problem (Aug 2): Irish Mirror
Brynmor Pattison

This is what all of Wales' councils are doing about Brexit: WalesOnline.co.uk
Richard Youle, Matt Discombe, Anthony Lewis and Elizabeth Bradfield

SNP divided over second Brexit poll: The Sunday Times
John Boothman

'Holland's Orange celebrations so similar to Twelfth' (Jul 16): The News Letter

Sunday, August 12

Relatives of Omagh victims to attend service to mark 20th anniversary of bombing: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Omagh anniversary – 'In the blink of an eye, 29 people lay dead or dying in a high street': News.Sky.com
David Blevins

Omagh bombing – Families enduring anguish and how quest for justice still goes on: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

'I want the organisation to be friendly, respectful' – Mary Lou McDonald on the continuing SF bullying claims: TheJournal.ie
Christina Finn

Doublespeak (Aug 10): The Times
Editorial

Northern Ireland needs a new unionism that reflects the UK's diversity: Independent on Sunday
William Neill

Republican parade sparks police show of force and counterprotest: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Derry an example of parading success, says PSNI as thousands take part in Apprentice Boys march: Belfast Telegraph

Tourism delivery must be balanced, says Alliance MLA (Aug 7): The News Letter
Duncan Elder

Anger as Belfast cross-community event stopped from going ahead: Belfast Live
Chris Sherrard

Troubles soldiers Belfast memorial stone stolen: Belfast Telegraph

Hunger strike wreath laying ceremony in Bellaghy: Mid Ulster Mail

How an Unsolved British Army Massacre Led to Bloody Sunday and Inflamed The Troubles: Daily Beast
Nico Hines

LVF called end to campaign 20 years ago – here is how it was born (Aug 8): The News Letter
Adam Kula

Review – Hume film fails to provide a full picture of complex peacemaker: Sunday Independent
John Boland

Gerry Adams offers the best kept secrets of the peas process: The Sunday Times
Paul Anthony McDermott

Pride parade shows support for gay rights and Churches should take heed: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Colm O'Gorman shares hate mail received due to his views on Papal visit: Irish Post
Rebecca Keane

'If the non-inclusive attitude is not radically reformed, the Irish Catholic Church will continue to decline': TheJournal.ie
Brendan Butler

When faith fades – can the pope still connect with a changed Ireland?: The Observer
Harriet Sherwood

Brexit – France to veto re-routed trade plan between Ireland and Europe: The Irish Times

Propagandists play us like gullible puppets (Aug 11): Irish Examiner
Editorial

Why Scots nationalists should be careful what they wish for: Arab News
Andrew Hammond

EU uncertainty set to delay second independence referendum decision, says Sturgeon (Aug 8): The Times
Hamish Macdonell

British establishment will use dirty tricks to stop independence (Aug 11): The Herald
Kevin McKenna

Saturday, August 11

Mary Lou McDonald – The idea of Ireland rejoining the Commonwealth needs to be discussed: TheJournal.ie
Christina Finn

Irish unity would bring thousands of job cuts – DUP's Hamilton: Belfast Telegraph
Lauren Harte

Reasons why a United Ireland is definitely on the way: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Kevin Meagher

Home Office plan for Northern Ireland 'stop and search' zones sparks fears of hard border after Brexit: Daily Telegraph
James Rothwell

Sinn Féin stop and search claims 'nonsense', says ex-RUC man: The News Letter

Border stop and search proposals would have serious implications: Irish News
Editorial

Election could strengthen or topple Foster, changing the dynamic – Alderdice: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Attorney General sends Stormont mess to Supreme Court – but civil service not involved: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Anti-internment parade given late permission for return leg: Irish News
Connla Young

Heavy police presence as dissidents prepare for anti-internment march: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Rasharkin parade group offers to end protest: Irish News
Connla Young

Police defend 'thorough" investigation into east Belfast blast bomb attack following criticism: Irish News
Marie Louise McConville

Call for intervention to defuse sectarian tension in Limavady: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Limavady flags protocol must include other towns – Campbell: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

William Frazer thanks everyone for support after father's IRA murder mocked on republican bonfire: Belfast Telegraph

Row breaks out over invitations to Release Tony Taylor vigil: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Vandals demolish 'Free Tony Taylor' billboard for second time: Derry Journal

Taoiseach unable to attend Omagh bombing commemoration: Irish News

Omagh victims backed over 20-year commemoration 'snub': The News Letter

Omagh bomb took my sight at 15, but I'm a mum with a family now... I can't let myself be consumed by anger: Belfast Telegraph
Leona O'Neill

Police legally obliged to investigate Bloody Sunday, says senior detective: The News Letter
Michael McHugh

Nesbitt – I told McGuinness I hated that he had been in IRA: Irish Examiner

Tit-for-tat moves to glorify bloody past won't heal wounds: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Tracking the rise of the West Belfast Festival and the public money which filled its coffers: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Pioneering unionist New Gate festival attended by Mary Lou McDonald has outgrown its Fountain base: Derry Journal

Some Belfast tour guides 'are just making things up': The News Letter

Festival organisers 'damaging' relations by naming event after Mairead Farrell: Belfast Telegraph
Gillian Halliday

Stormont deadlock – The crisis that spawned a video game: BBC
Jayne McCormack

MP's concern at NI's increasing reliance on Republic for electricity: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Luke Poots 'disappointed' police didn't contact him over harassment complaint (Jul 31): The News Letter
Duncan Elder

Pride not an event the PSNI should support, DUP man says in letter to police boss: Belfast Telegraph
Stewart Robson

Stop political 'cheap shots' against Pope of the people: Irish Catholic
Michael Kelly

The Pope's refusal to deal with LGBT issues will ruin the Catholic Church – as Mary McAleese pulls no punches: Irish Sun
Rebecca Barker

Presbyterian protest letter 'doesn't help,' says minister (Jul 12): Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Why is Presbyterian Church in Ireland marching into the dark?: The Irish Times
Fionola Meredith

Stop letting Michael D off lightly – here are the questions he should be made to answer: Irish Independent
James Bradshaw

For any politician spoiling for a fight over Ireland's border, Under the Tree is required viewing: The Spectator
Jasper Rees

Sinn Féin concerned over 'fundamental flaws' in Garda reform (Aug 9): The Irish Times
Vivienne Clarke

Belief in Scottish independence 'protected by law': The Scotsman
Lynsey Bews

Brexit set to delay Scottish independence referendum: The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

Friday, August 10

Simple majority in unity vote enough – Mike Nesbitt: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Britain urged Ireland to reduce emphasis on NI peace in Brexit talks: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

Shock Ireland PLOT to undermine May and THWART Brexit – 'Put the shoulder to the wheel!': Daily Express
Matt Drake

Concerns raised about border 'stop and search zone': Irish News
Connla Young

Council prepares for 'no deal' Brexit: Impartial Reporter

Political parties accused of using Belfast City Council's Brexit committee to promote their own agenda: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Government should seek Brexit mitigation fund – British Irish Chamber: The Irish Times
Peter Hamilton

Who gains from Brexit?: TheDetail.tv
Paul Gosling

Immigration minister Caroline Nokes 'refused' to meet Sinn Féin MP: BBC

Stormont stalemate – NI 'not eligible' for Guinness World Record: BBC
Jayne McCormack

Is it too late to stop the rot at Stormont?: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

Fermanagh man's protest gathers pace: Impartial Reporter

Dublin-owned body silent on whether it's lobbying for direct rule decision: The News Letter
Sam McBride

DUP leader's refusal of papal invite would look 'small minded': Irish Catholic
Colm Fitzpatrick

DUP employs nobody at Westminster and is betraying unionist voters, says ex-chief of staff: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Ian Paisley – Hard worker or disgrace to unionism... Ballymena split over under-fire MP: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Odds heavily stacked in Ian Paisley's favour whatever way you look at it: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Accountability on accountability – Paisley's fate offers a good template: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Taoiseach and secretary of state accused of 'snubbing' Omagh bomb families on 20th anniversary: Irish News

Omagh bombing anniversary – Survivor in plea for politicians to end the impasse and give children a future: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Firefighters stunned into silence by Omagh bombing: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Brother of 12-year-old Omagh bombing victim calls for killers to face justice ahead of the 20th anniversary of Real IRA atrocity which killed 29: Daily Mail
Joe Middleton

I forgive Omagh bombers who killed my brother – Sibling tells of 'long road' to finding inner peace: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Nurse describes treating Omagh bomb victims as 'darkest day' of her life: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Omagh bombing anniversary – Recording of Oran's voice poignant memory for family: Belfast Telegraph
Leona O'Neill

The Yorkshire Post says – Legacy of Omagh. Turning point in the Troubles: Yorkshire Post
Editorial

PSNI officer 'failed to take care of sensitive information': Belfast Live
Shauna Corr

Sinn Féin criticise PSNI over investigation into Short Strand pipe bomb attack: Irish News
Marie Louise McConville

Loyalist protest to anti-internment march given go-ahead: Irish News
Connla Young

Attacks on homes treated as sectarian hate crimes: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Contractors in Limavady 'intimidated' trying to remove paint from roundabout: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Condemnation of sign mocking death of victims' campaigner's father: RTE

DUP's Foster meets William Frazer over 'hate-filled' Newry bonfire: Belfast Telegraph

Willie Frazer – I want 'action not words' after bonfire mocks father's murder by IRA: The News Letter

Man arrested after 'hate crime' of football team flag placed on internment bonfire: Belfast Telegraph

Vile sign mocking Willie Frazer's murdered father is a shameful act: Irish News
Editorial

Orangeman Gibson who ruled out Sinn Féin talks defends presence at killer Stone's art show: Belfast Telegraph
Lauren Harte

George Hamilton – I never intended to hurt or offend victims over legacy panel: The News Letter

Sinn Féin calls on new Garda Commissioner to act on Tom Oliver information: Dundalk Democrat
Donard McCabe

Unionist fury as festival names sporting event after IRA woman: Belfast Telegraph
Gillian Halliday

Opinions split over Republic extending abortion services to Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Baroness O'Loan rejects Simon Harris' conscientious objection definition: Irish Catholic
Chai Brady

Mairia Cahill demands withdrawal of 'sick' Gerry Adams cookbook: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

Thursday, August 9

Sinn Féin's McDonald laughs off DUP claim her strings pulled by IRA in Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

George Hamilton slammed for sharing panel with convicted IRA terrorist: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

What Brexit means for 20-year-old agreement: Irish Examiner
Richard Humphreys

We must not use Brexit to cut off our nose: The Times
Cormac Lucey

Why a breakthrough on the Irish border isn't all good news for Theresa May: New Statesman
Patrick Maguire

DUP's Ian Paisley faces recall from parliament: The Guardian
Mattha Busby

Ian Paisley opponents complain of hurdles to remove him: The Times
Sam Coates and Dulcie Lee

Sinn Féin confident it can force Ian Paisley to resign: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

In Ballymena, shoppers are divided on Ian Paisley's political future: The Irish Times
Owen Polley

PSNI blames dissidents for getting children to fire petrol bombs: The News Letter
Carmel Robinson

Campbell accuses Sinn Féin mayor of being one-sided as tensions rise on loyalist and republican symbols: Belfast Telegraph
Brett Campbell

Why are kerbs painted green, white and orange a 'hate crime'?: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Mum speaks out over LVF murder of her only son – 20 years after campaign declared over: The News Letter
Adam Kula

Tribute banners to UDR and UVF killer put up in Tyrone: Irish News
Connla Young

Call for police to take action after masked figures appear at Derry republican's funeral: Belfast Telegraph

Republican bonfire builders condemned for 'sickening' sign mocking IRA victim: The News Letter
Duncan Elder

Trolls mocking Michelle O'Neill's leg break: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Stormont denies David Sterling tweet showed support for gay marriage: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Jim Wells calls for DUP colleague to be disciplined over LGBT event: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Mike Nesbitt – Controversial Stormont LGBT event deserved 'moment in sun': The News Letter

Calls for BBC to screen John Hume documentary after outpouring of support: Belfast Telegraph

'He didn't take criticism well' – The human side of John Hume: The Irish Times
Peter Crawley

Political impasse further hurts Troubles victims: Irish News

The harrying of British veterans over Bloody Sunday is macabre and unfair: Daily Telegraph
Edwin Bramall

Former head of British Army calls for end to investigation of soldiers over Northern Ireland: Daily Telegraph
Patrick Sawer

Ex-head of the British Army Lord Bramall calls for end to the 'macabre charade' of threatening Northern Ireland veterans with legal action: Daily Mail
Fionn Hargreaves

This doublespeak will damn Fianna Fáil in the North: The Times
Patricia Mac Bride

Dramatic overhaul of abortion laws in Westminster and Republic improves access – but has no bearing on Northern Ireland's strict legislation: Irish News
Seanín Graham

Harris must stop 'interfering' with NI abortion laws: Irish Catholic

Confusion around how women from Northern Ireland will access abortions in the Republic: Irish News
Seanín Graham

'I hope it CHOKES HIM' Norman Tebbitt's fury over Gerry Adams 'peace process cookery book': Daily Express
Ciaran McGrath

Gerry Adams cookbook – Social media reacts as former Sinn Féin leader to publish book of recipes: Irish Mirror
Anita McSorley

Gerry Adams' new cookbook could be just what Theresa May needs: iNews.co.uk
Siobhan Norton

Celtic must punish the 'fan' who sang a song about Nacho Novo being murdered: The Herald
Neil Cameron

Wednesday, August 8

Mary-Lou McDonald – Sinn Féin will not enter Humpty-Dumpty assembly: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Border poll 'should not be now', Harris tells debate in Belfast: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Mary Lou McDonald rejects Peter Robinson's border poll claims: BBC

United Ireland vote 'DRAWING NEAR' thank to Brexit border chaos: Daily Express
Simon Osborne

Robinson gives us a sobering dose of reality: The Times
David Davin-Power

Mná na hÉireann – Mary Lou, Michelle and Arlene (Jun 18): RTE
Tommie Gorman

Hardliners still shape conversation in Northern Ireland (Aug 3): Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Dan Haverty

Minister calls on Sinn Féin MPs to resign and back Remainers: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan

EU nations 'should continue extraditions to the UK until Brexit': The Guardian
Lisa O'Carroll

Brexit talks on the Irish border must be de-dramatised: The Times
Lisa Chambers

No-deal Brexit? What it might mean for Ireland: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

Still no clarity on Brexit but we must prepare: Cork Evening Echo
Editorial

Ian Paisley – North Antrim recall petition to open: BBC
Jayne McCormack

Sinn Féin to register as campaign group – 'to oust Paisley': The News Letter

DUP councillor in call to colleagues to show support for Paisley at meeting: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Bain

Ian Paisley out to prove he doesn't need backing of party leaders: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Rising sectarian tensions in Limavady as painted kerbs and flags mark out territory: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Attwood – 'I'll take flags down myself': Belfast Media
Ciara Quinn

Threats made against man accused of pointing fake rifle at Orange parade: The News Letter

Man cleared over Black murder 'won't be at dissident march': Belfast Telegraph

Further arrest in Raymond Johnston murder probe: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Police enquiries ongoing into 'Nazi-like' leaflets in Larne: The News Letter

Convicted terrorists could have sentences reconsidered under new proposals: Belfast Telegraph

Chief constable – PSNI sitting on 45 million pieces of paper in legacy vault: Irish Examiner

'I feel like I am in an impossible position' says Chief Constable on Troubles legacy issues: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

'Want to build peace in Northern Ireland? Start by looking at what John Hume achieved': TheJournal.ie
Maurice Fitzpatrick

Brother of 11-year-old Derry boy shot dead by British soldiers to address 'Time for Truth' event to be held in the city on Friday: Derry Now

Sinn Féin condemnation of attack on Kingsmill memorial sounds empty when party lauds the suspected murderer: The News Letter
Colin Worton

'Anti-Protestant bigotry' on Belfast black taxi tour shocks American tourist: The News Letter
Duncan Elder

DUP vows not to sponsor future LGBTQ Stormont events after 'disgraceful' drag queen speech: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria Leonard

UUP split on same sex marriage: The News Letter

'The British never fed us' – Gerry Adams to publish peace process cookbook: Daily Telegraph
Victoria Ward

Unionists welcome decision to name town's new leisure centre after war hero (Jun 1): The News Letter
Duncan Elder

Abortions will 'not stop at the border' – Simon Harris makes assurances to women in Northern Ireland: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan

Visit of Pope Francis heralds the end of the Church as we know it: Irish Examiner
Gerard Howlin

Worship at the altar of Scottish nationalism: The Times
Kenny Farquharson

Domestic violence link with Old Firm games may be a myth, according to research: The Herald
Stephen Naysmith

Tuesday, August 7

Senior officials to be summoned to Northern Ireland forum: The Irish Times
Noel McAdam

Stormont stalemate – Who's calling the shots on policy?: BBC
Jayne McCormack

Northern Ireland on verge of new world record – for no government: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

What Peter Robinson really said in Glenties: RTE
Tommie Gorman

END OF UK? Northern Ireland could QUIT union – 'Battle to save UK is ON': Daily Express
Alice Scarsi

Peter Robinson is right – it is not defeatist to be prepared: The News Letter
Alex Kane

IRA bully boys just reminded Mary Lou McDonald that they are still in charge: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Varadkar's confidence and supply talks Brexit claim 'absurd' says Martin: Irish Examiner
Elaine Loughlin

Students urge fresh 'people's vote' on Brexit: Irish News
Simon Doyle

What a no-deal Brexit would mean for Northern Ireland: The News Letter
Sam McBride

The extent of Irish economic dependence on the UK is about to be exposed... Leo Varadkar and Simon Coveney have been playing very foolish hands: Belfast Telegraph
John Wilson Foster

Prospect of a no-deal Brexit worrying for business: Irish News
Editorial

The EU's brinkmanship must end – we all need a Brexit deal (Aug 5): The Sunday Times
Editorial

DUP silent on plans to hold Ian Paisley rally: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Sinn Féin urge Electoral Office rethink on 'just' three centres for Ian Paisley recall petition: Belfast Telegraph

DUP silent on Arlene Foster's attendance at papal events: Irish News
John Manley

Doug Beattie – Police must stop burning of flags on nationalist bonfire: The News Letter
Duncan Elder

Sinn Féin MLA condemns painting of green, white and orange paving stones in Limavady: Belfast Telegraph

Derry republican to report PSNI to Older People's Commissioner over ongoing raids at his elderly mother's home: Derry Now

Officer's maternity leave factor in delay in republican's suspicious death inquest: The News Letter

Benidorm holiday for Belfast man awaiting trial on dissident charges: Belfast Live
John Cassidy

These ignorant thugs are wrong if they think they are untouchable (Aug 2): Belfast Telegraph
Ciaran Barnes

'Sectarian slash attack' injures man in Newtownabbey: BBC

British police spied on republicans in 90s: The Times
Ellen Coyne

'Officer involved in murder' claim dismissed by Ombudsman (Jul 24): The News Letter
Mark Rainey

An oral history of the Belfast peace walls launched (Aug 1): Belfast Live
Harry Bateman

Working class Protestant areas in Belfast seem very low on confidence, the glue that holds them together comes from the churches or the paramilitaries... the only chance ordinary people get to punish paramilitaries is in the privacy of the ballot box... a: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

The things I learnt about Protestants (Jun 13): The Times
Caroline O'Donoghue

Celtic fan 'sorry' for airport confrontation with Novo: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Edwards

Belfast club 'disgusted' by Nacho Novo abuse: BBC

Confidence in May takes a nosedive as fears over Border policing increase: Irish Independent
Andrew MacAskill

A post office on the border has seen a 15 fold increase in passport requests from Northern Ireland citizens: TheJournal.ie
Gráinne Ní Aodha

Border garda station operating out of a portacabin is 'rotting away' – superintendent: Irish Independent
Elaine Keogh

Mary McAleese likes 'argumentative' Pope Francis who 'likes you to argue back' (Jul 15): The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

McAleese hits out at Pope's 'bad manners' over letter: Irish Independent
Luke Byrne

Pope must admit Vatican disregard for abused on Irish visit: The Irish Times
Marie Collins

Monday, August 6

McDonald restates Sinn Féin stance on unity poll after U-turn: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

DUP could have stopped border poll threat, says Mike Nesbitt: Belfast Telegraph
Lisa Smyth

Mike Nesbitt said Arlene Foster might be 'feeding the crocodile' in supporting Peter Robinson: Irish News
Allison Morris

Mary Lou's quick U-turn on a border poll shows who really runs Sinn Féin (Aug 5): Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Empathy is the only way to a unity of people on our island (Aug 5): Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

There are more important issues that cannot be left 'for another time', Peter (Aug 4): Belfast Telegraph
Robin Swann

Only a fool would dismiss the idea that British Government won't spring another surprise (Aug 4): Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

What unionist response should be in wake of Robinson's Ireland border poll intervention: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Foster hits back at Alastair Campbell's 'spin': Impartial Reporter
Arlene Foster

Garda chief warns of Brexit terrorism risk: Irish Independent
Maeve Sheehan

Unionists didn't know how good they had it before Brexit: The Irish Times
Matthew O'Toole

European court to set precedent with pre-Brexit extradition case: The Times
Sean McCarthaigh

McCreesh play park defended during republican rally: Belfast Telegraph

Belfast paramilitary-style attack condemned by councillors: Belfast Telegraph

DUP's Foster to get invite to Pope's Mass at Phoenix Park: Irish Independent
Luke Byrne

John Hume was my guide for talks, says Bill Clinton: The Times
Jim Gallagher

People maimed in the Troubles need a pension, says man who's spent nearly 40 years in a wheelchair... but always we're just fobbed off: Belfast Telegraph
Leona O'Neill

IRA bomb suspect puts luxury home in his wife's name as he prepares to be sued over Hyde Park attack: The Sun
Matt Wilkinson and Tom Wells

Why SF must stop attempting to rewrite recent Irish history: Irish Independent
Maurice Fitzpatrick

Lack of volunteers puts an end to Northern Ireland's longest-running Ulster-Scots fest (Aug 3): Belfast Telegraph
Mark Bain

The Irish Times view on Conradh na Gaeilge at 125 – a labour of linguistic love: The Irish Times
Editorial

Loyalists blame crusade by republicans for axing Facebook pages: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Bain

Mary McAleese 'disappointed' that North will miss out on Pope's visit: The Times
Lise Hand

We must fight for gay marriage in Northern Ireland: The Times
Ged Killen

Nacho Novo – I was abused by Celtic fans at Belfast airport: The News Letter

Antrim council will be asked to honour Celtic boss Rodgers: Belfast Telegraph
Nevin Farrell

Sinn Féin chiefs 'not surprised' by former Longford-Westmeath general election candidate's decision to quit (Aug 2): Longford Leader

Varadkar family has a history of facing down British Empire: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan

Ronald Reagan's roots 'key to Irish White House access': Irish Examiner
Lynne Kelleher

Fermanagh-born American priest celebrates 50th anniversary of Ordination: Irish News
Gareth McKeown

UK minister who warned of no-deal Brexit is branded 'Eurosceptic hawk': Irish Independent
Laura Larkin

Welcome light being shone on Brexit 'dark money' (Aug 5): Sunday Herald
Editorial

Beyond Belief: The Times
Editorial

Sunday, August 5

SF slams new Army chief over 'insult' to victims of military: Belfast Telegraph
Josh Payne

Gangsters go free but soldiers face trial – proof the IRA won: Daily Mail
Peter Hitchens

Veterans 'deserve better protection than this': Sunday Express
Kate Devlin

The proposed new legacy system is a bad deal that will not give victims justice and the public must make itself heard (Jul 26): The News Letter
Doug Beattie

I am not on the comeback trail, insists ex-DUP leader Robinson: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Robinson's views on future border poll are spot on, insists DUP chief Foster: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen and David Young

DUP – Arlene Foster saw Peter Robinson border poll article before it was published: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Row is last thing Foster needs right now – Wells: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Robinson acutely aware of Foster's shortcomings as leader, but he is on her side: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Wilson's response is of the 'loose talk costs Unions' kind, but some minor score-settling may also be involved: Belfast Telegraph
Jon Tonge

United Ireland? 'The south of Ireland doesn't want us and can't afford us': The Irish Times
Susan McKay

This adept deal-maker knows Union can only be secured by engagement with Catholics: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Constructive debate should trump dismissive posturing in relation to Peter Robinson's remarks over a border poll: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Arlene Foster urges Brexit negotiators to show 'more mettle' (Aug 2): The Irish Times

'The EU DON'T CARE about the Irish border' – Brexit campaigner ATTACKS Brussels: Daily Express
James Bickerton

A second referendum should offer Northern Ireland a choice of unions – the EU or the UK: The Independent
Ben Kelly

EU now sounds more flexible on border but that could yet be a peril for NI when it comes to detail on the backstop: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Why push 'green jersey' bankers Lane and Donnery onto the ECB when they've failed here?: The Sunday Times
Cormac Lucey

Petition to remove MP Ian Paisley in North Antrim criticised: The Guardian
Emma Snaith

Ian Paisley supporters call meeting 'to show the world that his friends stand behind him' following suspension: Belfast Telegraph

Springhill Belfast shooting – police attend paramilitary-style assault: Belfast Live
Ryan Smith

Daughters' plea for truth over IRA double murder: The News Letter

'Substantial' payout for defamatory online post (Jul 5): Belfast Media
Caoimhe Quinn

Equality chief marks Pride by saying Northern Ireland still lagging on rights: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Belfast Pride – The people flying the rainbow flag: BBC
Ali Gordon

Pride a 'display of intolerance': The News Letter

Harris may be less than intelligent garda choice: The Sunday Times
Conor Brady

Tourism is booming as Belfast leaves behind the shadow of the Troubles: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Leo – I'll push Pope on gay rights: The Sunday Times
Justine McCarthy

How charisma of Pope Francis may pave way for future papal visit here: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Ó Cuiv as president could have major Irish impact (Aug 2): Irish Catholic

The presidential race has begun and the stakes are high: Irish Mirror
Henry Mountcharles

When Brexit is done, Union must adapt to stay alive: The Sunday Times
Kevin Pringle

Alex Salmond writes to BBC over pro-indy blogger YouTube ban (Aug 2): The Scotsman
Russell Jackson

Nationalism is wrong but I might back Scottish Patriot Party (Aug 3): The Scotsman
Jim Duffy

Saturday, August 4

Sammy Wilson hits out at Robinson's 'claptrap' comments: BBC

Political unionism is content to bury its head in the sand: Irish News
John Manley

Former DUP leader Peter Robinson 'just plain wrong' on border poll – Sammy Wilson: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Edwards

Irish border has to be fluid, says Tory minister in wake of his first visit: Belfast Telegraph
Ryan McAleer

A United Ireland is now coming to pass: The Herald
Kenny MacAskill

General's Troubles probe remarks 'a boon to those who want balance': The News Letter

Sinn Féin criticise British Army chief's remarks on legacy cases as 'extremely insulting and hurtful': Irish News
John Monaghan

Ex-soldier hails legacy remarks from general: The News Letter

DUP should withdraw support for flawed Troubles investigatory unit: The News Letter
Mike Nesbitt

IRA Hyde Park bomb suspect lives life of luxury while British veterans remain under investigation: Daily Telegraph
Robert Mendick

Despairing IRA victims have no faith in legacy justice (Jul 31): The News Letter
Editorial

Foster's Acht Na Gaeilge remarks spark protest: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Sinn Féin and UUP hit out at decision to open just three centres for Paisley recall: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Sheils McNamee

Electoral officer defends Ian Paisley petition locations: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Belfast anti-internment parade to march on City Hall for first time: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

New York dignitaries for Carnlough parade: The News Letter

Properties linked to cross-border drug dealer targeted in CAB raids: Irish Independent
Robin Schiller

Cigarettes seized by Paramilitary Crime Task Force in West Belfast: Belfast Live
Ryan Smith

Inquest into Real IRA man's death in custody to start in November, says coroner: Belfast Telegraph

Rainbow flags set to fly throughout county: Impartial Reporter

Support group in invitation to DUP: Belfast Telegraph

Dublin coroner removes block on Northern Ireland cremations: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Equality Commission urges more work on LGBT rights: Belfast Telegraph

Larne residents 'intimidated' by fascist leaflets: ITV

Election is about more than the presidency for Sinn Féin: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Dan Haverty

Councillor quits SF after claim he was bullied (Aug 2): Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

Pope's visit could signal a rebirth for church, says Knock parish priest (Aug 3): The Irish Times
Darragh Kelly

RTÉ 'in no way blocks' new series on history of hurling after northern viewers express frustration at blackout (Aug 3): Irish News
John Monaghan

Friday, August 3

Barnier shows flexibility on Irish border issue that may enable a deal to be struck: Belfast Telegraph
Shona Murray

EU caves in – Barnier says Brussels finally willing to COMPROMISE on Brexit border issue: Daily Express
Rebecca Perring

UK's Brexit proposals threaten future of EU, says Barnier: The Guardian
Daniel Boffey

Brexit is already changing lives on the Border: The Irish Times
Rodney Edwards and Dara Doyle

Union Jack a 'flag of convenience' for parts of DUP leadership, says Lord Adonis: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Sheils McNamee

SF abstentionism 'not credible', says FG: Irish Independent
Gareth Morgan

Sinn Féin's championing of rights 'a sham' – DUP's Donaldson: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Edwards

The debate has long moved past whether an Irish act is standalone: The News Letter
Editorial

'Some refuse to talk about the elephant in the room... but it is positioning itself to squat upon their laps': Belfast Telegraph
Peter Robinson

Terror victims did not accept DUP was at Stormont 'to listen', because party had already agreed legacy plan in 2014: The News Letter
Cillian McGrattan

Bloody Sunday – McCarron family call for prosecution: BBC

Britain's forces chief blasts tank-chasing lawyers' investigations into Northern Ireland vets: The Sun
Tom Newton Dunn

Former Met men call for end to pursuit of ex-soldiers: Belfast Telegraph

We should never forget that 90% of killings during the Troubles were carried out by terrorists: Daily Telegraph
Karen Bradley

'Hurt and anger of Troubles victims now boiling out' (Aug 1): The News Letter

Policing in Northern Ireland – how the past threatens the future: TheDetail.tv
Paul Nolan

Northern Ireland higher public spend per person than any other UK region: Belfast Telegraph

Irish fiscal firepower no match for UK – Sammy Wilson: The News Letter

Ian Paisley listed as Independent MP on parliament website: Belfast Live
Sarah Scott

Ian Paisley's political affiliation listed as 'Sinn Féin' on Wikipedia: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Anger as just three venues to be opened for Ian Paisley petition: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Why unionists should take a leaf out of SF's book and start mobilising their own community (Aug 2): Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Electoral Commission drops investigation into DUP over Brexit spending: The Guardian
Jim Waterson

No investigation into huge Brexit donation to the DUP, as party rounds on BBC: The News Letter
Sam McBride

BBC 'questions to answer' over Spotlight DUP Brexit spending doc after Electoral Commission rules out probe – Campbell: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Edwards

Party accounts of less than £250,000 published by the Electoral Commission: Irish News

Top police officer brands a security alert 'despicable' as officers dealt with M1 tragedy: The News Letter
Carmel Robinson

Anti-Internment parade planned for city centre: Irish News
Connla Young

Ballysillan residents move from their homes after attacks: BBC

Israeli flags flown close to site of social housing development previously bedecked with UVF flags: Irish News
John Monaghan

Loyalists accused of 'breach of trust' over south Belfast flags protocol: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Councillors divided over condemnation: Derry Journal

IRSP complain after Facebook pages removed: Irish News

The rebirth of Belfast Celtic has stirred tensions old and new in Northern Ireland: iNews.co.uk
Colin Millar

End the 'stitch-up' over legislation on same-sex marriage in Northern Ireland, urges MP: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Bain

Belfast Pride: All you need to know about equal marriage – and why we still don't have it in Northern Ireland: Belfast Live
Claire O'Boyle

'Information void' on Brexit has left UK firms 'in dark': Irish Independent
Gareth Morgan

EU ship is not sinking but it needs repairs to weld stronger bonds in choppy waters: Irish Independent
Brendan Keenan

'Brexit will be a long-running soap opera' (Jun 28): TheDetail.tv
Matthew O'Toole

Church rules are not for politicians to decide (Jul 31): Irish Examiner
Margaret Hickey

Thursday, August 2

SDLP's Eastwood slams 'infantile' Sinn Féin after U-turn on border poll: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Sinn Féin's political opponents seize on Border poll U-turn: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Monday, 5.36pm: Time's not right for poll on united Ireland. Tuesday, 11.56am: Let's have referendum as soon as possible: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

Sudden U-turn suggests Mary Lou McDonald is not in driving seat: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Republican red faces over unity poll U-turn: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Irish Times view on Sinn Féin's U-turn on a Border poll: The Irish Times
Editorial

Peter Robinson's interventions are carefully thought through and should carry some weight: The Times
Gareth Brown

Sinn Féin and DUP clash over bid to rekindle stalled Northern Ireland talks: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Arlene Foster claims SF is holding the north 'to ransom': Irish News
John Manley

Deal on Irish language and gay rights and end dangerous vacuum, Mary Lou McDonald urges DUP: Derry Journal

Unionism would be unforgiving of Irish language act – Orange Order chief: The News Letter

DUP – Ulster-Scots must get same treatment as Irish language: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

This embarrassing mess drags on ... and there's no end in sight: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Northern Ireland politicians have made a total horlicks of things and eejits out of us... this can't go on: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

The pace of Stormont talks is not just a matter for Varadkar: The News Letter
Editorial

Northern Ireland has been been failed by its political class: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Number of EU workers in Northern Ireland fell by 26% since Brexit vote: TheDetail.tv
Maresa Fagan

'Illegals' leaving UK for here after Brexit could 'sink asylum system': Irish Independent
Ken Foxe

Brexit and the Irish border – The experts' verdict: BBC
Colm Kelpie

A no-deal Brexit will not happen. Here's why: The Irish Times
Jonathan Lis

Ian Paisley might think he can't be beaten, but Jim Allister may well have other ideas: Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

Revealed – One Stormont department's decisions which can't be taken: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Arlene Foster claims bid to fly council Pride flag 'republican ruse to remove Union flag': Irish News
David Young

Sinn Féin criticises Arlene Foster's 'bizarre' defence of DUP Pride flag stance: Irish Examiner

Dissident republicans to gather at Belfast City Hall if march banned: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Attacks and intimidation force Belfast Ballysillan residents to flee homes: Belfast Telegraph
Lauren Harte

Ballysillan attack sees windows smashed and van burned: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Loyalist paramilitary flags placed on south Belfast memorial: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

'Sectarian flags' removed from streets in Dennistoun amid safety concerns from residents: The Herald
Eddie Harbison

Ann Travers: We must get legacy right – this may be our last chance: The News Letter

When victim makers must be at heart of government it is no surprise that innocent victims are losers in legacy: The News Letter
Jim Allister

Former soldier slams Bloody Sunday 'flying debris' quiz: Londonderry Sentinel

Former Met chiefs join outcry against police probe into British soldiers in Northern Ireland : Daily Telegraph
Robert Mendick

Farmers want 'best possible' access to EU market after Brexit, says union: Belfast Telegraph

Justin McAleese – Faith-based objections have no place in secular marriage: Belfast Telegraph

Gay Catholic MP married to Northern Ireland man to address Belfast event: Belfast Telegraph

Northern Ireland will get same-sex marriage, says Scots MP: The Herald
Tom Gordon

Minister urges Protestants to attend Catholic church: Irish News
Connla Young

Catholics in North urged to stop legalisation of abortion: The Irish Times
Freya McClements

Could World Cup come to Northern Ireland? UK nations joint bid rumoured: Belfast Telegraph

O'Neill – World Cup bid would be 'huge' for Northern Ireland: BBC

Wednesday, August 1

McDonald 'reverses' position on Border poll in case of Brexit crash-out: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

United Ireland threat – Vote on Northern Ireland quitting UK 'should be held NOW': Daily Express
Harvey Gavin

Arlene Foster claims Sinn Féin can't answer 'basic questions' about a united Ireland: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Mary Lou's off-script comment is first slip-up since becoming boss: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Little appetite on streets of Maiden City for unity referendum: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Varadkar – Powersharing talks could could begin in the Autumn: The News Letter
Michael McHugh

Arlene Foster accuses Leo Varadkar of interfering in Northern Ireland: Irish News
David Young

Stormont deadlock – DUP leader not aware of NI talks proposal: BBC

DUP will not budge on Irish language act, says Arlene Foster: Belfast Telegraph

The government must decide whether to keep ignoring Northern Ireland: New Statesman
Patrick Maguire

Stormont stalemate cannot be allowed to continue: Irish News
Editorial

Direct Misrule: The Times
Editorial

Peer's Brexit claims after NI visit 'delusional and arrogant': The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Varadkar – we'll be flexible on border backstop plans: The Times
Jennifer Bray

Brexit is a useful excuse for good old anti-Englishness: The Times
Owen Polley

Post-Brexit customs checks will raise costs: The Times
John Walsh

Apprehension on Brexit deepens – Threatened by scornful indifference: Irish Examiner
Editorial

McCallion challenges British Secretary of State on 'toxic' DUP pact during yesterday's Derry visit: Derry Now

DUP-Tory deal – Only one project sees budget increase: BBC
John Campbell

Ex-Sinn Féin councillor says Ian Paisley should stay as North Antrim MP: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Many republicans won't sign Ian Paisley petition, says former Sinn Féin councillor: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria Leonard

Police inform members of public about data breach: Irish News
Allison Morris

SDLP hits out at 'politically abused' Tricolour flown outside Belfast school: Belfast Telegraph

Loyalists scrap annual south Belfast march honouring UDA men: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Limavady Catholic church daubed with sectarian graffiti: BBC

Policing treating church attack as sectarian hate crime: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

DUP man's TV claim attack on Catholic's house 'not sectarian' – while camera pans past sectarian graffiti – was bid to 'de-escalate situation': Belfast Telegraph

Disabled veteran, 76, feels 'betrayed' as he's investigated for attempted murder over Bloody Sunday: The Sun
Chloe Mayer

While IRA terrorists sit at home relaxed, ageing British soldiers live in trepidation: Daily Telegraph
Tim Collins

New legacy body won't cope with scale of workload – former top investigator: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

The legacy consultation is about listening to victims: The News Letter
Emma Little-Pengelly

Hooded man Kevin Hannaway jailed on IRA charge: Irish News

Sinn Féin hunger strike sign 'beyond sickening': The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

48 hours to seek legal advice over rainbow flag: ITV

Belfast Pride – PSNI defends parade decision: BBC

Beattie 'sorry' that UUP was late to support gay rights and is only now catching up: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Police probing 'altercation footage' after Britain First visit to Derry: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Catholics and Protestants must unite against abortion in North, meeting told: The Irish Times
Freya McClements

Karen Bradley set for September's All-Ireland final: Irish News

Minister for Justice says he will not support a Fine Gael/Sinn Féin Government: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Charlie Flanagan accused of 'bluster' over Sinn Féin attack: Irish Examiner
Elaine Loughlin

Ex-footballers welcome holding of Liam Miller tribute match in Páirc Uí Chaoimh: The Irish Times
Barry Roche






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