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Friday, August 31

Maginnis claims 'vast support': The News Letter
Sam McBride

Former mayor is back in party fold: The News Letter

Fall of Maginnis leaves UUP leader Nesbitt exposed: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

'Shameful disrespect for Maginnins exposes Nesbitt's flaws': The News Letter
Norman Baxter

'Discipline, not gay marriage' behind Maginnis row: The News Letter
Sandra Overend

Residents call for respect over Belfast parade: Belfast Telegraph
Anna Maguire

Loyalist band 'would welcome talks with Carrick Hill residents': BBC

Unionist anger at SF parade alternative: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Blatantly sectarian – Protestant church leaders blast loyalist parade lawbreakers: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Loyalists create a new flashpoint and shoot themselves in foot:
Henry McDonald

SF call for parade re-routing: UTV

Dervock flute band defended: Ballymoney Times

Man in court over riot after Apprentice Derry Boys march: BBC

Sinn Fein MP Pat Doherty backed loyalist band cash bid: BBC
Julian O'Neill

This dangerous madness can march on no longer: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Parades Commission not going anywhere: BBC
Mark Devenport

Republicans probe – Four men held: Belfast Telegraph

Lift court ban says 'IRA victim': BBC

Victims' group to meet Taoiseach over Republic's role in Troubles: Impartial Reporter

Cold case police said mum's 1975 shooting was probably murder... but prosecutions ruled out: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Law chief launches review of 2007 killings: Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Fein attend wreath laying ceremony for local man: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Irish language classes for all levels in your area: Tyrone Times

Call for all-Ireland cardiac services: The Irish Times
Una Bradley

Plot to bomb son of Mad Dog: Scottish Sun
Billy Paterson

Thursday, August 30

Maginnis should not have left – Elliott: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Carson's legacy is safe, but his party's in crisis: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Party leaders should choose their enemies carefully: BBC
Mark Devenport

How a rational politics has finally prevailed: Belfast Telegraph
David McKittrick and David McVea

Parades unrest 'being stirred up': The News Letter

Parades chair – 'Stormont take charge': UTV

Parades body aware of Dungiven concerns: UTV

Protestant church leaders criticise loyalist bands: BBC

Churchmen show true leadership: Belfast Telegraph

SDLP slam Orange Order honour proposal: UTV

Paint thrown over Clifton Street Orange Hall, Belfast: BBC

Where sectarianism festers goodwill is always needed: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Kennaway

Lyric Theatre event to remember the Disappeared: BBC

Nesbitt joins in Disappeared appeal: UTV

Tributes to UVF double killer William Hunter: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Does the Labour Party want to take the plunge into Northern Ireland?: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Sport divides and is like war without the killing: The Irish Times
David Adams

Sectarian slogan Rangers supporter dodges football ban: Scottish Daily Record

Celtic not left pining for absent Light Blues (Aug 29): Irish News
Stephen O'Reilly

Stormont failing on economy: The News Letter
N R Greer

Irish language special interests are making us less employable: Irish Independent

No place in Nato without the nuclear option: The Scotsman
Michael Kelly

Wednesday, August 29

DUP and Police Federation clash over parade: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Dialogue calls in Belfast parade row: UTV

Nelson McCausland – ban defiance 'almost inevitable': BBC

The Journal says.....: Derry Journal

Former Ulster Unionist MP Lord Maginnis quits party after 50 years:
Henry McDonald

Maginnis quits UUP, tells Nesbitt to resign: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Ken Maginnis quits Ulster Unionists in row over gay marriage comments: Belfast Telegraph
Deric Henderson and Michael McHugh

Emails lay bare Maginnis-Nesbitt row: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Last of party 'big beasts': Irish News
Bimpe Archer

UUP peer's resignation wounds Nesbitt: The News Letter
Alex Kane

An unbecoming end to a brilliant career: Belfast Telegraph

Officers from Britain may aid PSNI in Northern Ireland in times of crisis: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

PSNI follow-up with apology to Council: Derry Journal

Top PSNI officers retract letter justifying Derry mayor home raid: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Orange Order freedom of Lisburn motion passes first stage: BBC

SF and Alliance oppose Orange 'freedom': The News Letter

Arrest in Armagh dissident probe: UTV

Man held over Ardoyne riots: UTV

Police 'could have solved Narrow Water': UTV

Narrow Water questions: UTV
Sharon O'Neill

No plan to remove Billy Hunter tributes at Belfast Asda store: BBC

Insurance cover alert for former political prisoners: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

'Nordie' attack is typical partitionism: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Shinners just not welcome: Sunday World
Paddy Murray

Return to a more peaceful Ireland: The Picayune Item
Wyatt Emmerich

Coalition rift opens over plan to scrap Seanad: Irish Independent
Fiach Kelly

Time to hit the road to halt the Salmond bandwagon: Daily Telegraph
Alan Cochrane

Tuesday, August 28

Warning over Boston tapes; Testimonies could be used to destabilise peace process – McGuinness: (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

Talks expected after troubled march: UTV

Parade violence could have 'serious consequences': The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Scotsman accused of provoking trouble is refused bail: Irish News

Politicians helped put police at risk: (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

Unionist outrage is unjust and reckless: Belfast Telegraph

Crumlin Twelfth 'an example to us all' says Parades Commission chairman: Antrim Times
Peter Osborne

City freedom bid for Orange Order: The News Letter
Sam McBride

We need to open our eyes to Iris: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Blunt Jim put the heat on his colleagues: (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

Parents of IRA bomb victim never want to know killer's identity: Irish Examiner
Nick Bramhill

Floral tributes for convicted murderer: UTV

The secret justice bill nurtures a culture of impunity:
Brian Gormally

Drumcree – unlikely setting for a republican love story: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Happy Days, of All Kinds, for a Town in Ulster: New York Times
Roslyn Sulcas

Transparency urged as extent of Nama's property portfolio emerges: Belfast Telegraph
Margaret Canning

Martin will never remake FF after what his party did: Irish Independent
Bruce Arnold

Confusion and fear grips Scottish clubs (Jul 16): Irish News
Gavin McCafferty

Monday, August 27

Bishop slams band over march past church: Belfast Telegraph

Priest offers to meet loyal order: UTV

Robinson tells Paterson – Disband parades body: Irish News
Simon Cunningham

Man in court after Belfast parade trouble: BBC

Commission caving in to groups – Storey claims: Ballymoney Times

Politicians should rule on parades: The News Letter
Alex Kane

DCC says she hopes PSNI can learn from mistake: Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

No gold for politicians as reforms fall at first hurdle (Aug 15): Belfast Telegraph
Tom Moseley

Ceremony commemorates forgotten policemen of War of Independence: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Old ghosts will haunt you, Enda (Aug 26): Sunday Independent

Nama must be open over assets: Belfast Telegraph

The Bible should not be last word for politicians (Aug 24): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Why independent Scotland must stay in Nato (Aug 24): The Scotsman
George Kerevan

Sunday, August 26

Seven police hurt in disturbances at Belfast parade:
Henry McDonald

Seven police officers injured in Belfast parade disturbances: BBC

Loyal order blasts watchdog: The News Letter

Mayor refuses to comment on letter from IRA man's family: Tyrone Times

GAA to investigate IRA memorial football match: Mid Ulster Mail

Kenny spins his old guff at Beal na Blah Blah Blah: Sunday Independent
Jody Corcoran

Haughey donates €220,000 to the Tories: Sunday Independent
Nick Webb

Scottish independence – 'Need for talks' on monetary control: Scotland on Sunday
Tom Peterkin

Mystery surrounds the SNP message (Aug 25): The Scotsman
Alex Massie

How would a 'Celtic parliament' really look? (Aug 23): WalesOnline
David Williamson

Saturday, August 25

'Time for parades body to go': Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Scrap parades body now, Paterson told: The News Letter

Our dream of a tolerant society still a long way off: Belfast Telegraph

Two suspect dissident republicans refused temporary bail: BBC

Claims that dissident republican has been ordered to leave the city or be shot: Derry Journal

Pols back feud victims' plea: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Ground Zero architect Daniel Libeskind selected for Maze site: BBC
Mark Devenport

Getting the right details is key in covering conflict: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Dundalk adopts sterling in move to lure North's shoppers: Irish Examiner
Colm Heatley

Why I prefer Padraig Harrington, a proud Irishman, to Rory McIlroy – Love to see him flying the Irish tricolor as he leads golf tournament: Irish Voice/
Sean O'Shea

Two centuries of police history: The News Letter

Forgotten policemen must also be commemorated: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Call for clarity after DUP man's 'make homosexuality illegal' comments: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Rome's man in Dublin makes his voice heard (Aug 23): Irish Independent
Michael Kelly

Kenny's got the facts and tone wrong: Irish Examiner
Michael Clifford

I'd break up the Beeb – Alex Salmond says independent Scotland would have its own version of BBC: Scottish Daily Record

Friday, August 24

Dissidents republicans on recruitment drive: Belfast Telegraph
George Jackson

Man appears in Londonderry court on explosives charges: BBC

Parades body 'is unfit for purpose': The News Letter

Teenager set fire to car during Twelfth riot, court told: Belfast Telegraph

New cruelty for Marian Price:

Why voters must be able to 'turf the scoundrels out': Belfast Telegraph
Robin Wilson

Website aims to tackle legacy of the Troubles: The News Letter

Loyalist murder victim's family may complain to Ombudsman: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

'I was sickened by 1972 IRA border attack' – Newry Lord Mayor: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Call for fresh inquest into IRA man's death: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Tebbit savages PM over victims: The News Letter

U.S. and U.K. Entangled in Legal Battle to Release Former IRA Militants' Stories:
Kira Kay

Do politicians have no feelings for people their comments hurt?: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Devolution of corporation tax could still be a costly decision: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Police museum go-ahead after funding boost: The News Letter

RIC event should go ahead in spirit of reconciliation, says FG: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

We should not forget debt Garda Síochána owes RIC: The Irish Times
Conor Brady

Question gives both sides of the referendum debate plenty to chew over (Aug 23): The Scotsman
Eddie Barnes

Thursday, August 23

PSNI gaffe 'must not end searches': The News Letter

Community representative says there is a "genuine fear" on both sides: Coleraine Times

Riot accused 'brought supplies' to city: UTV

éirígí Newry meets with human rights group CAJ: Newry Times

Why this death threat must be taken seriously: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Nation building at the Bogside Féile: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

PSNI praise for parade organisers and residents: Ballymoney Times

'No action' on Carnlough march – Parades Commission: Larne Times

Child petrol bomber charged over 'Derry Day' riots: Londonderry Sentinel

New legal bid to block release of Boston tapes: The News Letter

What will this Assembly's answer be to new reform?: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Who owns Northern Ireland's 153,000 legally held guns?:
Kathryn Torney

Ulster Scots history mobile app could boost tourism: BBC

Task force call as Church of Ireland funds drop £9.5m: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

New police museum secures £6m funding from Westminster: BBC
Simon Hunter

Nuncio calls for 'authentic' faith: Irish Independent
Caroline Crawford and Colm Kelpie

State should recognise sacrifice of DMP and RIC: Evening Herald

Scottish independence panel suggests referendum question:
Severin Carrell

A Union of convenience: The Scotsman
Hugh McLachlan

Wednesday, August 22

Journalists' union seeks talks following loyalist death threat: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Town centre must be 'welcoming to all': Mid Ulster Mail
Stanley Campbell

New moves on flag issue: Derry Journal

Commission's still only game in town: Belfast Telegraph

So, is time ticking away for Gerry?: Belfast Telegraph
Nuala McKeever

Derry mayor calls for officer's sacking over botched raid: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Row after guards stayed as doctors attended to Marian Price: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Band praised for showing 'great restraint': The News Letter

Boy charged with 12 July rioting: BBC

Soldier recalls fatal Massereene gun attack: BBC

Why we need to unravel mystery of secret burials: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Man bailed over 1976 murder: UTV

Probe over sectarian claims by boxing club: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

GAA told 'stop IRA memorial football match': Mid Ulster Mail

Dublin pays tribute to RIC: The News Letter

'Benefit Reform British style will not work in North' – Brady: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Key address due on Catholic Church in Ireland: BBC

Collins might well wonder at Kenny's sorry State: The Irish Times
Vincent Browne

Three key questions separatists must answer: The Scotsman
Iain G Mitchell

Tuesday, August 21

UDA denies making death threat to journalist: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Amnesty calls on Ulster Defence Association to lift death threat against Belfast journalist:
Henry McDonald

British intelligence deliberately overplayed IRA Olympic threat: Irish Post
Robert Mulhern

UUP survival a question of sex: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

UUP man in broadside over Rasharkin 'ethnic cleansing': The News Letter

Magherafelt flags removed at 'convenient time' – DUP: Mid Ulster Mail
Stanley Campbell

Boston College IRA tapes rehearing bid: UTV

Derry Mayor welcomes PSNI raid apology: Derry Journal

Craigavon mayor condemns PSNI attack: UTV

Golfer McIlroy Faces Olympic Question in Pull of Divided Ireland:
Colm Heatley

Wearing of the Green gets a lot of screen: Irish Echo

Belfast-set thriller penned by ITN man Tom Bradby arrives on the big screen:
Xan Brooks

The Taoiseach at Béal na Blá: The Irish Times

Devolution is defunct – Cornwall must embrace its role in the UK: Western Morning News
George Eustice and Sarah Newton

Monday, August 20

Belfast-based journalist in UDA death threat: BBC

Massereene shooting survivor speaks out: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Orange Lodge distances itself from Jubilee row: Tyrone Times

Executive gets low marks on this education reform (Aug 16): Belfast Telegraph
Trevor Lunn

Unofficial ceremony for RIC dead at Glasnevin Cemetery (Aug 19): Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Homophobia is new sectarianism in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

O'Neill – Members will back rugby bid: Irish Examiner
John Fogarty

Kyle Lafferty – I had to quit Rangers to save my son from bigots: Scottish Daily Record

Olympics could pit Scot v Scot in Rio if Scotland becomes independent (Aug 19): Scotland on Sunday
Eddie Barnes

Sunday, August 19

Commission stop loyalist band passing church: The News Letter
Michael McGlade

Crowd attacks police with bricks: Belfast Telegraph

Councillor regrets gay 'disease' term: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Adams is a typical Nordie hypocrite: Evening Herald

A reading from the gospel according to Gerry Adams: Sunday Independent

Reconstructing the 'Political Constitution' of Northern Ireland:
Colin Harvey

Double blow for brave reporter under attack: Sunday Independent
Anne Harris

Freemasons' secrets uncovered: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Bravehearts ahead of peace-in-our-time bandwagon: Sunday Independent
John-Paul McCarthy

GAA vote is boost for Ireland's 2023 Rugby World Cup bid: BBC

Scottish independence – David Cameron offers Alex Salmond referendum deal: Scotland on Sunday
Eddie Barnes

Farewell, disunited kingdom as British bask in warm glow of the union: The Observer
Robert McCrum

Saturday, August 18

Progress? Yes. Change? – Bernadette Devlin McAliskey: Mid Ulster Mail
Patricia Devlin

How truth is still a casualty in dirty war: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Flag removal is a positive step: Newtownabbey Times

Union Jack is not representative of modern Britain: Irish Post
Robert Mulhern

Disputed parade passes peacefully: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Arrests during Rasharkin parade: BBC

Calls to lift bonfire row threats: Derry Journal

RIRA brothers' link to school pipe bomb: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

Rioting accused jailed for damaging electronic tag: Derry Journal

'No end to unwarranted attacks on Councillor Brush' Morrow: Tyrone Times

MI5 approach West Belfast man on holiday: Belfast Media
Gráinne Brinkley

Robinson 'backed Hain in Larkin court battle': The News Letter
Sam McBride

Ally McCoist 'staggered' by level of Ibrox support for Rangers: The Scotsman
Alan Pattullo

Old Firm bosses hit out at Scotland fans for booing Gers midfielder Ian Black: Scottish Daily Record

Others will demand a say in independence: The Scotsman
Ruth Wishart

The 'Goldilocks option' for Scottish independence would be so very British:
Jonathan Freedland

Scottish independence – Tony Benn: 'UK split would divide me with a knife': The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

Britain – the country of Mohammed: The Spectator
Fraser Nelson

Friday, August 17

Fury as parades body cuts band numbers permitted for parade: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Brady meets Parades Commission and PSNI ahead of Newry parades: Newry Times
Paul Malone

IRSP save King Billy: Derry Journal

Why Gerry, or Martin, can't admit to having been in the IRA: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Assembly reduction is gesture politics: The News Letter
Michael Shilliday

Teenagers leave after masked men bonfire row threat: Derry Journal

Bonfires still a burning issue: Derry Journal

22-year-old man charged over 12 July Belfast violence: RTE

Adams doesn't like Thursdays (Aug 16): Irish Independent

How can we give young people hope for future?: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Our ship has not sailed yet on a brighter future (Jun 7): Belfast Telegraph
Mike Smith

Katie Taylor's faith makes media throw in the towel: The Irish Times
John Waters

Let's not force athletes into Games of two halves: Irish Independent
Martina Devlin

Property woes hold N Ireland back: Financial Times
Claire Jones and Jamie Smyth

'Broke' McFeely got rent from 30 properties (Aug 15): Irish Independent
Dearbhail McDonald

Scottish independence – Devo-max option 'could leave 2014 vote snarled in endless wrangling' (Aug 15): The Scotsman
Andrew Whitaker

Professor in bigotry plea to Holyrood: The Herald
Robbie Dinwoodie

Terrorist or prolific liar? Jailed Scottish separatist charged over University of Pittsburgh email bomb threats: Daily Mail

Thursday, August 16

'Meddling' Owen Paterson reveals vision for a revamped Stormont: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

DUP support for smaller government: The News Letter

So, is it true that the IRA has not really gone away?: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

Restrictions on Rasharkin parade: UTV

Anger at Rasharkin parade ruling: The News Letter

Legal ban on naming of IRA accused: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Derry teenagers flee city after threat armed masked men: BBC

Court date set for republican cell damage trial: Belfast Telegraph

Northern Ireland judges use powers to ban naming of alleged drug dealers:
Henry McDonald

Children from Belfast interface areas have a ball: Belfast Telegraph
Anna Maguire

Councillors jostle after 'tramp' jibe: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Segregation still stalks our dream of a profitable future (Aug 2): Belfast Telegraph
Joanne Stuart

Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams missed one in four Dail days: Irish Independent

Gardiner to visit Saunderson home: Banbridge Leader

Barnes shows Belfast's true spirit: The Irish Times
David Adams

Clive Owen draws on Northern Ireland Troubles memories (Aug 14): Belfast Telegraph

Pointing the way to Olympic success (Aug 14): Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Olympic triumph struck gold in our hearts and minds: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Rory McIlroy faces dilemma over 2016 Olympic Games in Rio: Daily Telegraph
Oliver Brown

Will Rory McIlroy declare for Britain or Ireland in 2016 Olympics? – Both Irish and British likely to claim golf's hottest superstar: Irish Voice/
Sean O'Shea

Multi-option vote on Scottish independence has defects, say MPs (Aug 15): The Independent
Mark McLaughlin

Patriot Games and Other Scottish Scoundrels: The Spectator
Alex Massie

Brown enters the independence fray (Aug 14): The Herald


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