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Wednesday, August 31

Derry republicans told it's ok to be uneasy: Derry Journal

Adams knows his day isn't coming: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Appeal for calm: Ballymoney Times

Backing for DUP mayor in parade row: The News Letter

Reoffending Ardoyne rioter jailed again: UTV

Suspect quizzed over shooting outside Celtic star's dad's pub: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Five arrested in Crossgar operation: UTV

Victim speaks after horror attack: Belfast Media
Kieran Hughes

PSNI 'vindictive' over visa withdrawal: UTV

Anger over arrests in tiger kidnap probe: The Cross Examiner
Brónagh Murphy

Mother asks – 'why was my son shot?': Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

CIRA ceasefire claims planted by web hackers: Evening Herald
Tim McKenzie

Family criticise delay of Derry bomb inquiry report: BBC

Irish republicans honour heroes of the Troubles in a garden-shed museum: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

McGuinness car in five crashes since 2007: The Irish Times

Changes allow SF to pay drivers with public cash: The News Letter

Adams linked to ANC-IRA claims: BBC
Mark Devenport

Doubts over SDLP support for Gaza link: Ballymoney Times

'I heard sectarian insult being hurled at Lennon': The Scotsman
Christine Lavelle

Celtic boss' attacker told police it was 'moment of madness': Edinburgh Evening News

Old Firm in backlash over sectarianism law: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Catholic QC warns of bigotry after split from UK: The Scotsman
Andrew Whitaker

Tell the truth – Scotland has been indulged for too long: Daily Telegraph
John McTernan

Tuesday, August 30

Corey family slam 'internment': Lurgan Mail

PSNI visit examines Twelfth disturbances: Carrick Times

Adams witch-hunt casts dark cloud over peace process: Belfast Telegraph
Jim Dee

Crash figures place SF drivers in spotlight: The News Letter

Thousands call on Government to support Northern Ireland's injured Troubles victims: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Gaddafi's end marks start of fight for truth: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

A minute that changed everything (Aug 24): The Irish Times
Jay Richardson

Aras race has descended into a farcical soap opera: Irish Independent
Brian Brennan

From Gay to grey, Aras race needs a bit of glitz: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Put me in the Aras and I'll fix Ireland: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Not a run-of-the-mill tale for creative industries: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Celtic boss – attack was 'tipping point': The Independent

Attack was 'tipping point' in season of bombs and bullets, says Neil Lennon: The Scotsman
Angus Howarth

Extra security call not heeded before Neil Lennon Tynecastle incident – court hears: The Scotsman
David Gunn

Neil Lennon gives evidence in trial of John Wilson: BBC

Trial begins of Lennon attack accused: UTV

Monday, August 29

Fury after republican women martyrs dumped for landlord ad: (from the Sunday World)
Suzanne Breen

Northern Ireland's political foes become bad weather friends as Games delegation shelters from Irene: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Ballyclare leisure centre bomb alert 'was hoax': BBC

MLA condemns bomb hoax at Ballyclare leisure centre: Belfast Telegraph

Sectarian graffiti at GAA club: UTV

DUP condemns attack on GAA club: Belfast Telegraph

Victims in line for Libyan dividend: (from the Sunday Times)
Liam Clarke

Members of church say 'no' to Irish nameplate: Belfast Telegraph

Nuncio's recall is serious for church-State ties: The Irish Times
Dermot Keogh

Murdered teen's mum condemns request for leniency (Aug 27): Irish Independent
Kevin Keane

Europe's 'weakest presidency' needs a strong candidate (Aug 27): Irish Examiner
Mary Regan

Role of the president is vital to Ireland's success: Irish Independent
Mary Kenny

School hopes lower fees will lure students across Border (Aug 25): The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Republic of Ireland's fee-free universities out to lure Northern Ireland students (Aug 27): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

IRA aided anti-apartheid bombing, claimed Asmal: The Irish Times
Peter Alexander

Sunday, August 28

Security alert in Antrim following bomb warning: TheJournal.ie

Have you poked a policeman yet?: Coleraine Times

Charity plea to ex-RUC reservists: Belfast Telegraph
Amanda Poole

How the horsemen galloped the wrong way: Irish Echo
Sean McManus

The quiet heroism of our busy bomb squad: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Our torrid history with the Colonel: Sunday Independent
John-Paul McCarthy

Iris Robinson near to being cleared: Sunday Independent
Alan Murray

DUP desire for closure unlikely to be met as BBC awaits the writs: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Reporters cannot become state evidence-gatherers: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

How this Irish American would reform Irish politics: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Larry Donnelly

The state should keep its nose out of the Catholic Church's confession boxes (Aug 23): Daily Telegraph
Brendan O'Neill

Scotland and England – what future for the Union?: The Observer
Iain Banks

Berwick Rangers fans told not to wave English flags: Scotland on Sunday
Marc Horne

Saturday, August 27

RIRA vows to kill garda informers after bombing: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

There's nothing to gain by keeping ill Lillis behind bars: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Alasdair McDonnell writes to SDLP chairs on leadership: BBC
Martina Purdy

17,000 Royal Black marchers to take to the streets of Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley Houston

Battle for independence has a long road to travel: Belfast Telegraph
Mick Beyers

Lay magistrate Delia van der Lenden stood down over arrest: BBC

Libya cash could fund projects in Northern Ireland – MP: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Mosley

A tyrant falls: Irish Echo
Editorial

Surgery for teen after sectarian attack: UTV

Man quizzed over MLA 'death threat': Belfast Telegraph

Robinson cleared of wrongdoing over lease: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Iris Robinson lover's lease probe sparks call for code of conduct for all councillors: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

MLA Mike Nesbitt seeks election posters ban: Belfast Telegraph

Celebrity guff a world away from Dev's vision for Áras: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Who's to blame for the demise of the Church and Fianna Fáil?: Irish Independent

Overused gagging orders are thwarting true justice (Aug 24): Belfast Telegraph
Walter Greenwood

Home truths for the new Unionist Party (Aug 21): Scotland on Sunday
Kenny Farquharson

The monarchy has served Canadians well (Aug 25): Guelph Mercury
William Christian

Friday, August 26

Sinn Fein councillor suspended: UTV

Attempted murder accused returned for trial: Impartial Reporter
Chris Donegan

Residents appeal for calm after graffiti attack: Newtownabbey Times

Boston College tapes request 'politically motivated': BBC
Jennifer O'Leary

30 years after Irish Hunger Strike, a call to complete Ireland's healing: Newark Star-Ledger
Sean V. Hughes

Latest leaks 'proved what McGurk's families already knew': Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Drum Beat – Successful fundraising night held in Rasharkin: The News Letter

Hugh Carey was a rare kind of politician: Irish Echo
Editorial

Report clears Iris of wrongdoing: UTV

North teens inspired by 9/11 group: Irish Echo

Centre offers Scottish Gaelic class (Aug 23): Belfast Telegraph

'Gaza twinning' councillor halted: The News Letter

Few queuing up to replace bridge-building McAleese (Aug 23): Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Ó Muircheartaigh rules out launching presidential bid : Irish Examiner
Fiachra Ó Cionnaith and Mary Regan

Facing reality in Fianna Fáil (Aug 25): The Irish Times
Editorial

Thursday, August 25

Pipebomb attack target was former Garda informant: Irish Examiner
Brian Hutton

Dissidents suspected as informant injured in Navan bomb: BBC

Men released over Newry van bomb: UTV

Concern over use of terror laws in teenagers arrest: Derry Journal

Report has 'far-reaching implications', says RFJ: Belfast Media
Gráinne McWilliams

Focus is on body over IRA march: The News Letter

'A victory for common sense': Ballymoney Times

SDLP rookie 'to run for deputy': Belfast Telegraph

'Bizarre' decision to ban health minister from Lillis meeting: The News Letter

Loyalist protest halts opening of new playing fields: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Boy, 12, charged after Ardoyne riots: UTV

Vital interface work scrapped: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Two held over Paul McCauley attack released on bail: BBC

Talks to end Poppy blast tribute row: The News Letter

US prosecutors subpoena college for IRA interviews: The Irish Times
Kevin Cullen

The big dig: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Boston College played major role in witch hunt against Gerry Adams – Hired anti-Adams researchers to lead oral history project: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

Libya – Compensation hopes rise for victims of Libyan-sponsored IRA terrorism: The Scotsman
Steven McCaffery

The end of Quartermaster Qaddafi: Irish Echo

Former DUP politician gave GAA donation: The News Letter

President vote should be allowed – SF: Derry Journal

FF unlikely to contest presidency because of cost and poor prospects: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Fianna Fáil disarray – Democracy will suffer: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Castlereagh council report due on McCambley contract: BBC

SF minister to miss next Northern Ireland match: The News Letter

Clean up on illegal waste from the Republic gets under way: BBC
Mike McKimm

Wednesday, August 24

IRA victims' joy over demise of Libya tyrant: The News Letter

IRA victims pursue Libya compensation: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Patsy lays out leadership pledge: Mid Ulster Mail

Dissidents blamed for reckless bomb attack: The News Letter

Second Newry alert in two days: Belfast Telegraph

Newy by-pass van bomb – two arrests in Belfast: BBC

Dissident murder bid 'was prank': UTV

Parade ruling 'out of order': The News Letter

Reaction to Rasharkin events: Ballymoney Times

Man charged over Ballyclare rioting: UTV

Police reservists 'livid' over security blunder: The News Letter

Fishing in BC's archives (Aug 23): Boston Globe
Ed Moloney and Anthony McIntyre

DUP's Wells sparks row over club's fundraising: Irish Examiner
John Fogarty

DUP man's jibe at GAA fundraisers 'is churlish': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Parishioners against Irish signs: Ballymoney Times

Northern Ireland rights groups clash over sectarianism: BBC
Mark Devenport

Sectarian politics 'bars racial equality': Belfast Telegraph

Is sectarianism racism?: BBC
Mark Devenport

Uproar at Moyle District Council over Gaza plan: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Fuel-smuggling rises in North: Irish Examiner
Colm Heatley

Republic of Ireland's illegal waste sent back: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Devolution too far: Financial Times
Editorial

Fresh action urged to save 'Irish Post': The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

Celtic fan Michael Bailey avoids jail over abuse shame: BBC

Tuesday, August 23

McGuinness slams dissident republican 'imposters': Derry Journal

Bomb left in Newry bank was viable: RTE

Murder threat to Travellers who use Real IRA's name: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

Justice Minister David Ford 'sorry' for security blunder: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

UUP wants heads to roll over DOJ breach: UTV

DUP MLA meets Parole Commissioners over Brendan Lillis: BBC

Freed Brendan Lillis 'may be cared for at home eventually': Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Brendan Lillis release welcomed in Derry: Derry Journal

'Riot ringleader' denied bail over parades tension: Belfast Telegraph

Appeal for calm in Rasharkin: Ballymoney Times

Patsy McGlone – SDLP has a muddled message: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Troubling request: Boston Globe
Kevin Cullen

Sinn Fein MLA gets threats on Facebook: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Department challenged over reservist gratuity: The News Letter

Unionists cheer chance to win compensation for IRA victims: Irish Examiner
Steven McCaffery

A chance for Libya to build better relations with the outside world: BBC
Mark Devenport

Church set for a Paisley coup: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

It's been a privilege to defend people's rights: Belfast Telegraph
Monica McWilliams

Stormont is still awaiting lift-off: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Monday, August 22

Ten complaints about Union flag in 10 years... and now a £12k bill for ratepayers: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Parades body 'raising tensions in community': The News Letter

Unionists back Order chaplain in parades row: The News Letter

Tragic detour that ended in compromise: (from the Sunday Times)
Liam Clarke

Security threat to ex-RUC officers: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam and Amanda Poole

Co Down dissident suspect released: UTV

Ex-British Army chaplain holds talks with dissident boss: (from the Sunday World)
Suzanne Breen

Lillis release to be 'explained': UTV

Sinn Féin told to 'cop on' over police games: (from the Sunday World)
Suzanne Breen

Belfast battles closest neighbour: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Tax reform 'would boost N Ireland growth': Financial Times
Vanessa Houlder

Lack of male authority figures to blame for broken presidency (Aug 18): The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

Survey reveals degree of apathy among Scots towards Gaelic (Aug 19): The Herald
Alan Robertson and Andrew Denholm

Cosy deal leaves Scotland in the cold: The Scotsman
Brian Monteith

Sunday, August 21

Irish Minister of State's brother-in-law suspected of being brains behind elaborate counterfeiting operation: Mail on Sunday
Niamh Walsh & Mick Browne

Derry nightmare for Belgian tourists: Derry Journal

Man arrested over dissident activity: UTV

Police trawls for riot pictures are doing damage to media: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Connolly

Here's a rough idea of what Council change might really look like (Aug 11): Belfast Media
Máirtín Ó Muilleoir

Province taking backward steps: The News Letter
N R Greer

Over 8,000 legal guns in Dungannon borough (Aug 3): Tyrone Times

Call for more students to cross Border for courses (Aug 19): The Irish Times

Freemasons in the police leading the attack on David Cameron's riot response: Sunday Telegraph
Jason Lewis

Big business targeted in anti-sectarianism drive (Aug 20): The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Is this how a separate Scotland would behave? (Aug 18): The Scotsman
Michael Kelly

Saturday, August 20

Northern Ireland row over release of republican prisoner: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Ex-RCMP officer faces pressure to resign Northern Ireland post: Toronto Star
Morgan Lowrie

McGuinness sets out vision for 'new republic': Derry Journal

Hike in pay for special advisers 'absurd' (Aug 17): The News Letter

New evidence 'links' Duffy to murders: UTV

Teens arrested in Derry dissident probe released: BBC

Committee 'powerless' over RUC gratuity cash: The News Letter

Former IRA prison OCs in Derry tomorrow: Derry Journal

School proposals could be the way forward (Aug 13): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

The UDA kingpin who gained a President's trust: Irish Independent
Sam Smyth

Send her victorious – long let us live under the reign of McAleese (Aug 19): Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

We must move from regarding State as enemy and oppressor: The Irish Times
Peter Mair

Punk Rock, and Stiff Little Fingers, Introduced "The Troubles" to Kids in the States (Aug 18): SeattleWeekly.com
Duff McKagan

Call to host Fleadh north of border (Aug 18): Belfast Telegraph

'Irish Post' emigrant newspaper shuts down: The Irish Times
Stephen Mangan

Starving bigotry out of existence: The Herald
Editorial

Friday, August 19

Margaret Ritchie 'is ready to quit as leader': Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Mark Durkan steers clear of SDLP leadership row: BBC

Family's delight as republican prisoner Brendan Lillis is freed: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Interned in Northern Ireland: SocialistWorker.org
Sandy Boyer

Supporting the imprisoned (Aug 11): Belfast Media
Editorial

Band appeals for parade calm: The News Letter

Prosecution rates 'show republican marches bias': The News Letter

Derry teenagers arrested in crackdown on dissident republicanism: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Raids 'putting safety of local Republicans at risk' – Monteith: Tyrone Times

Ballyclare police attack suspect bailed: UTV

A double loss?: Irish Echo
Editorial

McArdle in £90k Spad pay bracket: The News Letter

Revealed – The timeline of events that led to the Ballymurphy Massacre (Aug 11): Belfast Media
Gráinne McWilliams

No More Human Rights Commissions?: (from the Ulster News Letter)
Jeffrey Dudgeon

Mary Ryan loses appeal over Manny O'Donnell murder: BBC

The plaques may not be changing in City Hall but some other things are: Belfast Media
Máirtín Ó Muilleoir

MLAs endorse diversity of faiths: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

This is a country for old men, but the Presidency may require youth: Irish Examiner
Matt Cooper

O'Kane is latest to switch from Northern Ireland to Republic: Belfast Telegraph
Graham Luney

Thursday, August 18

PSNI demand for riot footage 'could put journalists at risk': Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Church condemns 'despicable' rioting (Aug 16): Derry Journal

Parade row minister hits out at church letter: The News Letter

'One of the most contentious and challenging parades': Ballymoney Times

Orange Order's inflexibility doing more harm than good (Jul 25): (from the Ulster News Letter)
Liam Kennedy

Campbell hails SF chief's riot comments (Aug 16): The News Letter

Clean-up begins after bonfires: Belfast Media
Ciara Quinn

Brehons, Globe, take different tack on BC archive: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

McDevitt family hope for justice 40 years on: Derry Journal

Burning of Ardoyne streets leaves scars 40 years later: Belfast Media
Kieran Hughes

Translink criticised for permitting 'IRA shrine': The Cross Examiner

Uncertainty still hangs over U.S. IFI funding: Irish Echo
Susan Garraty

Adams in Harte denial: Dundalk Democrat

Presidential problems ignored by our leaders: The Irish Times
Vincent Browne

National holiday status called for Feast of the Assumption: Derry Journal

There is still a turn-off on motorway to independence: The Scotsman
Allan Massie

Wednesday, August 17

'Unrepresented groups holding area to ransom': Belfast Media
Kieran Hughes

ONH group from Belfast 'ran the riot': Derry Journal

Boys' governor criticises police: Derry Journal

Controversy in Rasharkin: Ballymoney Times

Orange Order press release about parade 'unacceptable': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Residents to take Council to court over flag: Belfast Media
Ciara Quinn

Man charged over Ballyclare flag riots: UTV

Ardoyne rioter 'danced' in front of cannon: UTV

'He's living on ice cubes': Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

Transport minister hits out at SF 'traffic police': The News Letter

Watchdog never capable of telling the whole story: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

Murdered Gavin's mum vows to keep fighting after meeting with PSNI: Belfast Media
Scott Jamison

Secret documents reveal 'rotten apples' in UDR: Derry Journal

British called to enter the dock over internment: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

Commemorations in Creggan: Derry Journal

Campaign for justice gathering pace: Belfast Media
Gráinne McWilliams

City war memorial vandalism 'sectarian': UTV

Cemetery war memorial vandalism 'mindless': The News Letter

Calls for voting rights in North: Derry Journal

FF and SF deny asking broadcaster to stand: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Scott Twp. student meets Mayor of Derry/Londonderry: Abington Journal

Hugh Orde to apply for policing's top job: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Neil Lennon assault accused in Edinburgh court: BBC

Corporation tax paper is only the starting point: The Scotsman
Editorial

Tuesday, August 16

Sinn Fein MLA Gerry Kelly tells Al Hutchinson to resign: BBC

Police Ombudsman won't step down despite severe criticism in leaked report: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Apprentice Boys' criticise policing aspects of parade: BBC

McCrea welcomes SF riot criticism: The News Letter

Men in court after Apprentice Boys' parade trouble in Derry: BBC

Apprentice Boys 'willing to talk': UTV

Unionist anger over restrictions on band parade: The News Letter

Presbyterian Church criticises Order over 'jihad' comment: BBC
Gareth Gordon

Diluted Orange still a force in Ulster society: Belfast Telegraph
Jon Tonge and James McAuley

Minor scuffles at dissident white line protest: Derry Journal

Bomb found at Ballynahinch supermarket: UTV

DNA 'links accused Raymond Wooton to Semtex find': BBC

Ghosts from a prison past haunt today's republicans: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Republican Sinn Féin says ceasefire statement was 'bogus': The Irish Times

'Shameful' for Translink to 'ban' wristbands says MLA: Ulster Star

The courage and faith (Aug 4): Belfast Media
Editorial

Tim Pat Coogan hails Derry community (Aug 12): Derry Journal

Martin McAleese gets top loyalist's vote for president: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Brennan

Brits need Gardaí to sort out riots: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Two different cities united against terror in any guise: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Independence now inevitable, says Tam Dalyell: The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

Conservatives to restore 'royal' moniker to Canada's navy, air force: Toronto Globe and Mail
Gloria Galloway



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