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Tuesday, August 31

Margaret Ritchie pushes for 'progressive nationalism': Belfast Telegraph

Nationalist estates ask for greater police presence: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Police accused of provoking Ballycastle riot: UTV Internet

Ballycastle riots nipped in the bud, says top policeman: Belfast Telegraph

Why leadership battle could tear party apart: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Don't repeat unionism's mistakes: The News Letter
Norman Baxter

Former bishop condemns report linking priest to bombing: Irish Examiner
Conall O Fátharta

Catholic Church living in denial – Campbell: The News Letter

Claudy bombing – To this day, I dream about my little sister Kathryn and in those dreams she is always eight, the age she was when I saw her murdered . . .: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Eakin

Claudy's 'disproportionate' suffering: Londonderry Sentinel

Claudy bombings cover-up is truly appalling: The News Letter

Church must now come clean and admit collusion in Claudy cover-up: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Faith and realpolitik: Guardian.co.uk
Mary Kenny

'Hidden tragedy' of Claudy laid bare: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

How all the inquiries are just pouring money down the drain: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Woman 'very ill' before parade assault: UTV Internet

Appeal for witnesses to parade incident: The News Letter

Assault man's family say UVF behind hate campaign: Belfast Telegraph

Families flee over UDA 'warnings': BBC

Call for bomb memorial to be reinstated: The News Letter

Cross-border ties are vital: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

I will not resign, insists a defiant Cardinal Brady: Belfast Telegraph

Under-fire Irish Cardinal vows to join Pope on visit to Britain: Daily Telegraph
Martin Beckford

Orange groups see red over Pope's parade through city: The Scotsman
Ian Swanson

Papal visit fuels calls to end ban on Catholic succession: The Herald
Kate Devlin

Monday, August 30

Senior ex-Provisional confirms Fr James Chesney was in IRA: Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Claudy relatives demand inquiry: The News Letter

Priest dismisses criticism of Catholic church over Claudy bombing: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Leave Father Chesney to God, says Catholic widow: The News Letter

This Turbulent Priest: Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Report has opened 'a can of worms': Londonderry Sentinel
Niall Deeney

Sleepy village longs for truth: The News Letter

'I picked her up... Then I saw a hole in her head': Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Truth must come out on Claudy: The News Letter
Editorial

Cardinal says he retains support of faithful: The Irish Times
Gordon Deegan

Unionist unity would push moderate nationalists towards Dublin (Aug 27): The News Letter
Malachi O'Doherty

Last day of marching season ends peacefully: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

SF councillor claims woman assaulted at Ballymena march: BBC

Petition for fresh meeting on parades legislation: The News Letter

NI Water to remove sectarian graffiti at reservoir (Aug 19): Ulster Star

AOH hall attacked (Aug 25): Ballymoney Times

UDA urged to 'sit down and talk': The News Letter

Fugitive IRA 'supergrass' visits sister in New York: Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

On the road from Beal na Blath to Lough Hyne (Aug 29): Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

IFA want higher profile in city: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin McLaughlin

Twinbrook Irish school 'new build' plans are shelved (Jun 24): BBC

Watson anger at Irish schools funding (Aug 3): Antrim Times

RTE – and their obsession with Norn Iron. (Aug 28): Evening Herald

Pushing on with the A5 (Aug 24): Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Welcome the Pope (Aug 29): Scotland on Sunday
Editorial

Australians 'want to keep the monarchy' according to poll: Daily Mail
Richard Shears

Sunday, August 29

Detectives 'know names of Claudy killers': Sunday Express
James Murray

'Claudy bombs made at Swatragh': Londonderry Sentinel

Claudy Report – Mystery still surrounds bomb confession letter (Aug 25): The News Letter

In the name of the Father? (Aug 28): The Irish Times
Ed Moloney

The prosaic truth about Fr Chesney: (from the Sunday Times)
Liam Clarke

The context was frightening but church collusion was still wrong: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Cardinal must accept he's wrong ... or else go (Aug 26): Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Not everyone is quick to condemn the Church (Aug 28): The Independent
Richard Ingrams

Claudy's grief speaks volumes about Northern Ireland's unspoken truths: The Observer
Elizabeth Day

I just want to forget the Troubles: Sunday Independent
Cathal MacCarthy

Ireland's men of terror scuttle back out of the shadows as Al Qaeda beckons: Sunday Express
James Murray

Call for unity despite SF first minister: The News Letter

Rasharkin – Band 'regret' over late parade: Ballymoney Times

Orange and Hibernian side-by-side: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Contentious parade passes without trouble: Belfast Telegraph
Clare Weir

Leading PUP member, David Rose, quits party: BBC

Gardai on high alert for Blair's Dublin visit: Evening Herald
Adelina Campos

We can't even bury our differences (Aug 24): Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

The crisis that exists in Catholicism: The News Letter
Nick Garbutt

Has the bell tolled for the final time?: Belfast Media
Ciara Quinn

Against the Pope's visit? Just 5% say yes: Scotland on Sunday
Tom Peterkin

Pope Benedict's visit: Beleaguered Catholic church struggles against secular tide: The Observer
Peter Stanford

SNP to push independence at poll: Daily Star on Sunday

Hamas, the I.R.A. and Us: New York Times
Ali Abunimah

Mixed Irish Blessing (Aug 27): Foreign Policy
James Traub

Saturday, August 28

President says dissident efforts to end peace will fail: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Hijacked driver's family reject dissident claims: Derry Journal

Fears of tit-for-tat campaign after pipe-bombers strike at GAA club: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Condemnation of sectarian graffiti: The News Letter

Row over new Australian travel warning on rising Northern Ireland 'civil unrest': Daily Telegraph
Andrew Hough

NI tourism chiefs hit back at travel advice: RTE

Residents fail to stop flashpoint parade band: Belfast Telegraph
Clare Weir

All sides urged to seek a peaceful outcome to parade: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Party politics behind Orange vote – Mervyn Gibson: BBC

I don't want UUP leadership race to be a slagging match, says Tom Elliott: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Unionism must grasp economics (Jul 22): The News Letter
Graham Gudgin

'I can't understand why police didn't arrest priest': Derry Journal

MP rejects IRA's denial: Londonderry Sentinel

Hay – Release all papers plea: Londonderry Sentinel

Claudy bombing victim welcomes case review: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Families are encouraged to 'seek answers' by Claudy Ombudsman: Londonderry Sentinel
Patricia Devlin

My mother blamed herself for my sister's murder till the day she died: Irish Independent
Susan Daly

Last photo of 'bomb' priest: Derry Journal

Fundamentally moderate Willie Whitelaw may have saved hundreds of lives: The Guardian
Simon Hoggart

What other dark secrets are hidden in our history?: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Controversy ahead of Hunger Strike event in Bundoran: Donegal Democrat
Matt Britton

Wilson questions need for Human Rights Commission: BBC

Derry's 'pride' over first gay parade: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Attacks on gays in Northern Ireland city increase: Los Angeles Times
Henry Chu

Church's 'dismay' at the pope's state visit: The News Letter

Toxic loan 'chaos' is averted by NAMA (Aug 26): Belfast Telegraph
Sarah Arnott

Friday, August 27

Defeated candidate prepares for court: Impartial Reporter

'Ulster Unionists may do DUP deal': The News Letter

I will work with others to benefit UUP and province: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Elliott

Strabane man 'had registration of car hit by pipe bomb': BBC

Viable device found in Carrickfergus: UTV Internet

Rasharkin – Storey slams 'Republicans who caused sectarian havoc': Ballymoney Times

Bomb warning in Tyrone GAA halls: UTV Internet

Northern Ireland flares, but will it ignite? (Aug 25): Los Angeles Times
Henry Chu

Sell Ulster, and earn a peace bonus: The Independent
Mary Dejevsky

'Loyal orders threaten the Union': The News Letter
Liam Kennedy

Uncovering truth of Troubles atrocities like Claudy 'may take 50 years': Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Claudy Report – Campbell calls for Cameron to apologise: The News Letter

Ex-RUC officers tell of Chesney pursuit: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Hotel couple recall day of horror: The News Letter

Claudy bombing – Good and evil weren't ever black and white: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

Not peace but a sword: The Economist

Truth and the Troubles: New York Times
Editorial

Denis Donaldson inquest postponed for the fifth time: BBC

The costs of division are too high for this society to bear: Belfast Telegraph
Duncan Morrow

CIA says Irish Americans were terror agents in new Wilkileaks document (Aug 26): Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

Ulster-Scots survey 'encouraging': UTV Internet

Australia, US warn travellers on visits to North: The Irish Times
Pamela Newenham

16th birthday for 'ceasefire baby': Carrick Times

I Forgot Andy – 129 days later and still no decision: Belfast Media
Paul Ainsworth

Celtic fans need to ditch their shady, pro-terrorist sympathies and return to their Catholic roots: Telegraph.co.uk
James MacMillan

Murphy in war of words with SDLP over water furore (Aug 24): Belfast Telegraph

Ireland's sons turn their backs on the priesthood: The Independent
Jerome Taylor

Thursday, August 26

MLA calls for change to St Andrews accord: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Dump UCUNF but keep the link with Tories, says Elliott: The News Letter

UUP hopeful doubt over single party: Belfast Telegraph

Businessman denies leadership bid: The News Letter

Same Hymn Sheet: BBC
Mark Devenport

A working Stormont is a unionist bulwark: The News Letter
Sammy Wilson

Claudy collusion inquiry ruled out: UTV Internet

Ombudsman failed to quiz Vatican on alleged IRA priest: Irish Independent
John Cooney

Unionists up pressure on cardinal over Claudy: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Bishop Daly's 'doubts' over Claudy bomb report claims: BBC

Ex-officer says RUC chiefs prevented Fr Chesney arrest: BBC

RUC made scapegoats' for state and church: The News Letter

Claudy Report – 'Report must not be the final chapter': The News Letter

Church accused of 'lacking moral authority' over Claudy bombing: Daily Telegraph
Martin Beckford

Why the State and church feared acting against priest: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Claudy bombing – Collusion claim is unsettling (Aug 25): Irish Examiner
Editorial

No hiding immoral Claudy cover-up: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Disgusting conspiracy over Claudy: The News Letter
Editorial

IRA bombers and the church (Aug 25): Irish Independent
Editorial

Scotland's own 'IRA priest' who escaped justice 37 years ago: The Scotsman
Stephen McGinty

Rasharkin – Residents Association 'astounded over midnight parade': Ballymoney Times

Rasharkin – Finlay accuses Sinn Fein of 'hypocrisy' over parade: Ballymoney Times

Excellent marching and discipline on display in annual parade: The News Letter

Royal Black institution 'angry' at parade restrictions: The News Letter

Murdered informer Denis Donaldson's inquest to start: Belfast Telegraph

Human rights move welcomed: The News Letter

Men freed after Lurgan bomb questioning: BBC

Man in court over 'terrorist documents': UTV Internet

Bail bid delayed for man held over Derry bomb: The Irish Times

Fears over funds from Republic for £844m road (Aug 25): Belfast Telegraph

North's Nama committee will be informed of asset disposal plans: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Wednesday, August 25

Northern Ireland priest's role in bombing covered up, probe finds: Los Angeles Times
Henry Chu

Church and state colluded to free 'IRA bomber priest': The Independent
David McKittrick

IRA bombing of Claudy described as Northern Ireland's forgotten atrocity: Daily Telegraph
Laura Roberts

Call for PM to apologise over 'cover-up': Financial Times
John Murray Brown

NI Police Ombudsman appeals for information on bombing: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

The day that terror was visited on a sleepy Derry village: Irish Independent
Anita Guidera

Anger over killers not brought to justice: The Irish Times
George Jackson

Claudy Report – Political reaction: The News Letter

COI welcomes Claudy report: Derry Journal

Priest carried on as an active IRA man -- even after transfer: Irish Independent
Anita Guidera

Brady denies Catholic Church colluded in Chesney cover-up: Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keeffe and David Young

Claudy bombings – Father Chesney, the 'Provo Priest': The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

'How many more did Chesney hurt?': Derry Journal

The 'dark secret' Cardinal Conway took to his grave: Irish Independent
John Cooney

Catholic Church in Claudy Bombing conspiracy: BBC
William Crawley

Powder-keg politics of 1972 have denied justice to the bereaved and injured: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

The fatal mistakes that led to this shameful cover-up: Daily Mail
Andrew Alexander

Playboy priest was able to get away with murder: Irish Independent
Sam Smyth

A Long Way To Tipperary?: BBC
Mark Devenport

Truth must come out over collusion claims: The Scotsman
Peter Geoghegan

Killings at Claudy: The Irish Times
Editorial

Don't open old wound: Daily Mirror
Editorial

Donegal man in bid to become Unionist leader: Derry Journal

McCrea leadership bid welcomed: The News Letter

Tom Elliott – I will block Sinn Fein First Minister: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

UUP battle – now it's McCrea v Elliott: Belfast Telegraph

Province must aim to be a beacon: The News Letter
Lee Reynolds

UUP leadership deal could save the party (Aug 22): (from the Sunday Times)
Liam Clarke

New UUP leader must stop the rot: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Pipe-bomb is found in grounds of police station: Belfast Telegraph

Bomb group apologises to taxi driver: Derry Journal

The big players need to tread carefully around the bit players: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Two men charged over Ardoyne riot: BBC

Belfast's Messed Up Minority and their Media Support: Huffington Post
Michael Evans

DUP and Sinn Fein divided over donations: BBC

Tuesday, August 24

Dissidents deny having contact with governments: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Dissident group claims members are former IRA: BBC

Dissidents won't destabilise Northern Ireland peace process: Guardian.co.uk
Tim Chapman

Community unites for Lurgan peace vigil: The News Letter
Sara Girvin

Spanish man on Ardoyne rioting attempted murder charge: BBC

Families forced out by elaborate hoax: The News Letter
Michael McGlade

Area 'held to ransom' by UDA says grandmother: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Unionists can cooperate while retaining own values: The News Letter
Tom Elliott

Shinners hope to 'Brush' UUP aside: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Royal Black members to pass Ardoyne: The News Letter

Flute band's website mocks Hunger Strikers: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Rasharkin residents could take legal action over parade: Belfast Telegraph

Commission plays down 'illegal parade' claims: The News Letter

Sinn Fein 'must do more to halt sectarian attacks': The News Letter

Cover-up of priest's role in IRA to be confirmed: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

To venerate Collins is to exult in a bloody legacy of atrocity: Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

Tourist centre to give Shankill boost: UTV Internet

Monica McWilliams to leave human rights body next year: BBC

SF calls for island tax and welfare code: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Young Gaeilgeoirs hopeful about Gaeltacht's future: Donegal Democrat
Carolyn Farrar

Duffy gets green light to play for Ireland: Derry Journal

Conor Murphy back to tackle departmental disarray: Belfast Telegraph

Monday, August 23

McCrea announces leadership challenge: The News Letter
Sara Girvin

A radical realignment of unionist political power has been on the cards for some time: Irish Independent
Maurice Hayes

Unionist unity needless (Aug 20): The News Letter
Mark Neale

Fears of bomb attack at Tory conference: The Herald
Michael Settle

Could Republican bombers return to the mainland?: The Independent
David McKittrick

Old fears resurface as shadow of terror falls over Ulster (Aug 18): Yorkshire Post
Christopher Walker

Man faces Ardoyne rioting attempted murder charge: BBC

NUJ slams PSNI's disregard of source protection (Aug 22): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

SF to discuss Rasharkin parade with police: BBC

How my dad was murdered by the British state: MorningStarOnline.co.uk
Dan Glazebrook

TV show claims British knew of deadly IRA Dutch operation in advance (Aug 22): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Twenty Years On, A Family's Question Still Remains – Why Did The IRA Kill Our Sons? (Aug 22): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

President in tribute to those who built peace: Irish Independent
Allison Bray

DUP MP enters Bogside for debate (Aug 14): The News Letter

Protestants urged to visit Belfast City Cemetery graves: BBC

Cultural neglect isolates province (Aug 19): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Al-Qaeda Budget Moved to Northern Ireland by MI5: Epoch Times
Damian Robin

Sunday, August 22

Irish terror groups target Conservative party conference in Birmingham: The Observer
Mark Townsend and Toby Helm

Vigil held after Lurgan bomb: UTV Internet

The motivations of Lurgan's dissident republican youth: BBC

Fear returns to haunt the people of Northern Ireland who have grown used to peace: The Observer
Mark Townsend

Real IRA's lust for violence matters more than ideology on the streets: The Observer
Eamonn McCann

700 days of failure and 1 day of success: BBC
Mark Devenport

As a loyalist, I'm not hung-up on a SF first minister (Aug 20): The News Letter
Paul Clissold

PSNI criticised over Rasharkin parade route change: BBC

PSNI defends parade route move: Belfast Telegraph

Man arrested over Twelfth riots: BBC

PSNI chief Matt Baggott hasn't given up on plan to use armed civil guards: Belfast Telegraph

Mystery remains over 'English' IRA man at centre of massacre: Sunday Independent
Alan Murray

Disarming the walls: The Age (Melbourne, Aug 21)
Billy Briggs

GAA throws lifeline to Protestant church (Aug 11): Belfast Telegraph
Connla Young

Cross Border Women's Reconciliation Project celebrate achievements: Donegal Democrat

Working together is the only way out of the financial crisis (Aug 18): Belfast Telegraph
Seamus McAleavey

Backing for minister in water row: The News Letter

Angelus still ringing with controversy 60 years on (Aug 18): Irish Examiner
Conall Ó Fátharta

Sixty years of the Angelus: BBC
Ruth McDonald

I'm an atheist but this anti-Catholic rhetoric is making me nervous: The Observer
Padraig Reidy

Comic carry-on of the papal visit is no joke (Aug 21): Daily Telegraph
Damian Thompson

Saturday, August 21

Minister denies talks with Ulster dissidents: The Scotsman
Craig Woodhouse

Paterson coy on dissident republican contact: BBC

DUP seeks meeting on talks with dissidents: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

32 CSM man charged under terrorism legislation: BBC

Protesters clash with police as terror suspect appears in court: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Police return MacDermott SIM: Derry Journal

Officer says journalist statements led to charges: The Irish Times
George Jackson

PSNI moving forward with Baggott's personal touch: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Cheesed off PSNI are 'not lovin it': Derry Journal

Picture released in Ardoyne 'masonry' probe: UTV Internet

Stalled loyalist parade takes place after route change: BBC

'Republicans up the ante in Rasharkin': The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Anger after four parades are restricted: The News Letter

Appeals for calm after Orange hall blaze: Tyrone Times

Police renew Walker's statue appeal: Derry Journal

Tom Elliott 'jumped gun' in bid to succeed Sir Reg: Belfast Telegraph

Ageing politicians must leave for future of society (Aug 18): The News Letter
Irwin Armstrong

Inquest delays 'breach family's human rights': The Scotsman
Michael McHugh

HET 'will question 'Kingsmills suspects: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Claudy bombing findings to be released: RTE

Claudy bomb report 'could cause hurt': The News Letter
Michael McGlade

Posters from the edge: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Do we really want the Queen of England here?: Irish Independent
Mary Kenny

Minister 'has questions to answer' over NI Water events: BBC

DUP's Wilson in praise of Finance Minister: Irish Independent
Fionnán Sheahan

We were right to let Megrahi go home: Daily Telegraph
Bruce Anderson

Fleadh in break for the Border (Aug 20): Irish Independent
Jeananne Craig

Friday, August 20

Elliott reported over 'early UUP leadership' bid: BBC

Elliott says report to party's disciplinary committee 'petty': Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

I couldn't vote for a unionist unity party (Aug 10): The News Letter
Brian Wilson

Sinn Fein's McKay and Pride of the Maine clash over Rasharkin parade allegations: Ballymena Times

Rasharkin parade advice 'beyond Commission's remit': UTV Internet

UUP woman congratulates ABOD: Londonderry Sentinel
Eamon Sweeney

Public meeting over riot pictures: Belfast Telegraph

Boy, 13, charged over Twelfth of July rioting in Lurgan: BBC

Why leaders must unite on dissident threat: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Dissidents won't be happy until they are all alone on this island: Belfast Telegraph
Sharon Owens

The bombs of August: The Economist

'Protection' demand has no place in West: Belfast Media
Editorial

The Protestants of Londonderry (Aug 12): Londonderry Sentinel
Gregory Campbell

We have to face up to breaking down barriers: Belfast Telegraph
Owen Polley

Claudy D-Day: Londonderry Sentinel
Olga Bradshaw

Boycott Loch an Iúir the only way following hurley attacks: Belfast Media
Gearóid ó Cairealláin

Bundoran Hunger Strike Commemoration 'not sectarian' – Casey: Donegal Democrat
Sue Doherty

NUJ criticises PSNI seizing Derry journalist's phone: BBC

Union furious over journalist phone seizure: UTV Internet

Ex-TUV candidate in Twitter race row: UTV Internet

Ex-TUV candidate unrepentant over Twitter support for racists: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Note links Murphy to report changes: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Of the IRA and the Afghan war: Harper's
John R. MacArthur

Thursday, August 19

Commission gives parade go-ahead: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Leaked report reveals abuse by protestors: The News Letter

Ardoyne pair jailed 'until parades end': UTV Internet

'Festival brought Maiden City together': The News Letter

'Mardi Gras'? Not likely (Aug 17): Derry Journal
Editorial

PSNI criticised over leaflets: BBC

Police defend interface violence leaflet drop: Belfast Telegraph

Police deal with overnight city alerts: UTV Internet

Dissidents 'must listen to public': The News Letter
Michael McGlade

Dad-of-five fails to get bail in IRA arms case: Evening Herald
Laura Whelan

Derry bomb footage posted online: Derry Journal

Ex-prisoner leaves PUP over UVF link: The News Letter

'Unionism is weakened when it tries to be positive' (Aug 17): The News Letter
Jeffrey Dudgeon

McDaid witnesses in fear, court told: Coleraine Times

Omagh victim still fighting for compensation: BBC

Bloody Sunday families favourites to win award: The Irish Times
George Jackson

Political row erupts after saloon gets a last chance: Belfast Telegraph

Anger over flags on Newry bypass: Newry Democrat
Martin Hearty

Murphy agrees to DRD hearing: UTV Internet

Water, Water Everywhere: BBC
Mark Devenport

First Polish national joins PSNI: The News Letter

PMS savers hit out at £4m refurbishment of Church House: BBC
Kevin Magee

Church leaders' strategy for the future is a matter of faith: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

The news-makers – Where are they now?: The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

Chelsea Clinton's thesis to remain private: Irish Post

Keep our outspoken Senate and its meaningful debates (Aug 15): Sunday Independent
Eamon Delaney

Did Tony Blair's Catholicism play a role in his donation to the British Legion?: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Vallely

Wednesday, August 18

'No evidence' that MI5 fail to help PSNI – MP: The News Letter

SDLP stands by call for PSNI to take on MI5 role: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Viable pipe bomb in Bellaghy alert: UTV Internet

Calls for no return to 'bad old days': The News Letter

Dundalk dissident republic suspect refused bail: BBC

Northern Ireland Violence Brings New Fears: SkyNews.com
David Blevins

Of course we need to talk to terrorists: Belfast Telegraph
Nuala McKeever

When does a 'comrade' transform into an 'eejit'?: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Residents support PSNI: Newry Democrat
Claire Treanor

PSNI budget – Matt Baggot refuses to budge over cutbacks: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Reduced police cover 'will increase fear of dissidents': The News Letter

David Cameron 'must recognise special role of the PSNI': Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Baggott puts his size tens in it this time: The News Letter
Liam Clarke

Time for police and politicians to do what it says on the tin: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Policing cuts must reflect our needs: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

No time for reducing police hours: The News Letter
Editorial

Commission upholds parade ruling: UTV Internet

Rasharkin decision a 'recipe for disaster': The News Letter

DUP accused of Rasharkin parade 'scare-mongering': BBC

Right to parade can't clash with right to trade – Anderson: Derry Journal

Nationalists are urged to show Orange support: The News Letter

Tourists did not stay away during march – tour guide: Derry Journal

First NI dig in Disappeared search: UTV Internet

O'Hares' agony is over as HET report lifts the lid: Newry Democrat
Brian Hyland

Herrema recalls humility of priest who aided release: Irish Examiner
Kerrie Kennedy and Olivia Kelleher

Negotiating North from language and laundry to parking and parties: The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

Number of shoppers going north plummets: Irish Independent
Aideen Sheehan

NIW revelations put pressure on Murphy: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Counties told 'police' rules on GAA club facilities use: Irish Examiner
Jim O'Sullivan

When the Queen dies, Australia should become a republic, says Welsh-born PM: Daily Mail
Richard Shears

Tuesday, August 17

IRA hardliners 'want to make a kill by the end of the month' as Northern Ireland police chief warns of another Omagh: Daily Mail
Sean Kane

Police investigate Bellaghy bomb warning: BBC

Man in court on weapon charges: The News Letter

Lurgan. Lest we forget: BBC
Martina Purdy

Dissident republican cynicism runs deep (Aug 15): Sunday Business Post
Tom McGurk

Government is wrong to talk to terrorists: The News Letter
Sammy Wilson

Terror must not win political fight: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Dissidents must be stopped: The News Letter
Editorial

MI5 intelligence-gathering 'failing to tackle new republican dissidents': Guardian.co.uk
Robert Booth

SDLP and Sinn Fein in MI5 row: UTV Internet

SDLP's Margaret Ritchie criticised over MI5 comment: Belfast Telegraph

There will always be doubts about intelligence: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Relief as parade passes off peacefully: Derry Journal

SF leaders accused of 'double standards': The News Letter

DUP meet police over Rasharkin parade: BBC

Graffiti attack on Rasharkin GAA: UTV Internet

'Apprentice Boys have an enormous role to play' (Aug 14): The News Letter
Jim Brownlee

Gilligan questioned by police: UTV Internet

Iris Robinson reclaims £300 in the wake of the Westminster expenses scandal: Belfast Telegraph

Apathy greater threat to Union than nationalists: The News Letter
Alastair Ross

Allister's Poleglass remarks deplored: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

Owen Paterson to meet family of girl shot by soldier: Belfast Telegraph

Ex-MP wants 'resistance' museum for Derry: Derry Journal

Paterson meeting still sought on PMS crisis (Aug 10): The News Letter

Monday, August 16

MI5 not up to dealing with terrorists, claims SDLP: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Security fears increase as bin bomb injures three children: Irish Independent
Áine Kerr

NI police liken bomb warning to Omagh blast: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Terrorists threaten attacks in Britain (Aug 15): (from the Sunday Times)
John Mooney

Mother's anger over Lurgan bomb: The News Letter

'Provocative' republican march sparks scuffles: The News Letter

Second man to face charges over PSNI station bombing: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Real IRA deny they are in talks with UK government (Aug 15): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Dialogue needed with dissidents – PSNI chief: RTE

Talking is one thing, results are another (Aug 15): (from the Sunday Times)
Liam Clarke

Four arrests mark calmest Apprentice Boys parade in decade: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan & George Jackson

DPP man's car destroyed in Newry petrol bomb attack: BBC

Campbell highlights Saville print costs: Londonderry Sentinel

Judging Saville: (from Fortnight Magazine)
Christine Bell

Omagh remembers attack victims: Irish Independent
Steven McCaffery

Omagh victims waiting for compensation after 12 years: Belfast Telegraph

Ireland should consider re-joining the UK: The News Letter
Stephen Cooper

Connections (Aug 6): Belfast Media
Editorial

Stormont ministers tight-lipped on vacations (Aug 14): Belfast Telegraph

TD in plan to make island Irish-speaking: Sunday Tribune
Conor McMorrow

Ex-DUP leader Ian Paisley is the subject of Queen's course (Aug 12): Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Sinn Fein man's silence ahead of revelations (Aug 14): The News Letter
Sam McBride

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