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Friday, August 30

North talks must have grassroots involvement, warns Gilmore: Irish Independent

Gilmore confident about Haass talks: The Irish Times
Una Bradley

Can Peter Robinson keep the peace with DUP hardliners?: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Two mortars found in Co Armagh alert: UTV

Mortar launchers in South Armagh 'were being prepared to kill police': TheGuardian.com
Henry McDonald

'South Armagh wants to be left in peace' – Bradley: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Ritchie concerned by device at Orange Hall in Newcastle: Newry Times
Paul Malone

PUP discuss strategies for council and European elections: BBC
Martina Purdy

Castlederg republican monument deemed 'illegal' by Planning Service: Ulster Herald

Man released in dissident probe: UTV

Man jailed for throwing masonry at police during flag protest riot: BBC

Teenager 'bottled' in sectarian assault: UTV

Why should we believe those dishing out vigilante justice? (Aug 28): Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Tale of two cities (Aug 27): UTV
Judith Hill

Big names go in City Hall shake-up: Belfast Media
Anthony Neeson

Row over £20k annual bill to fly in and put up trio of Housing Executive bosses: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Riot-arrest rapper fronts Guinness ad: Evening Herald
Conor Feehan

Former ombudsman outlines benefits of Catholic education: Irish News

Move from current religious instruction in Catholic schools may begin by 2014: The Irish Times
Louise Roseingrave

Fee-paying pupils are collateral damage in phoney school class war (Aug 29): Irish Examiner
Victoria White

The Seanad campaign: The Irish Times
Editorial

Why Ulster Unionism is staying out of our debate: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Independence gloom is not cricket (Jul 10): The Scotsman
Peter Geoghegan

Thursday, August 29

Mortar device found in Northern Ireland: TheGuardian.com
Henry McDonald

Dissidents suspected as rocket launcher is found: Irish Independent
Michael McHugh and Lesley-Anne McKeown

Mortar 'had helicopter target': Belfast Telegraph

Further disruption for residents near mortar find: BBC

McClure backs DUP leader over Maze Peace Centre stance: Coleraine Times

NI21's McCrea denies he was 'legitimising' republican violence: The News Letter

No one agrees on the North's history – so why don't we just stick to the facts: The Irish Times
Malachi O'Doherty

Unionists can't accept their world has changed: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Sinn Féin call for lord mayor motion following trouble: BBC

Belfast City Hall row over motion condemning mayor attack: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Newcastle alert 'near Orange Hall': UTV

Belfast Orange hall attacked for seventh time in 13 months: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

No compensation for terrorists – DUP: The News Letter

Murdered RIRA man's family paid £5,500 compensation: Irish News
John Manley

Guildhall to have Bloody Sunday memorial window: Derry Journal

Planning probe focusing on who owns IRA monument site: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Interest growing in Irish in loyalist areas: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Limerick TD calls out Adams on comments made by Sinn Fein colleague on Donohoe murder: Dundalk Democrat

Fr. Sean Mc Manus chosen for World Peace Awarding Council: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Jane Walsh

DUP – no U-turn over the downsizing of local government: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

€3.7m grants in cross-border projects probed: Irish Examiner
Conor Ryan

FG and FF should merge – to keep SF out: Evening Herald
Gerry O'Carroll

Transport police hunt fans over sectarian singing: BBC

Scottish independence – Sterling zone plan 'flawed': The Scotsman
Eddie Barnes

One million Commonwealth citizens 'should lose the right to vote in UK': The Independent
Adam Withnall

Wednesday, August 28

Haass talks challenge for NI parties: UTV

Northern Ireland would do well to remember Dr King's dream of justice, equality and decency: Irish Independent
John Hennessey-Niland

'Amateur' metal detector enthusiast uncovers Belfast cache of weapons: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Secret talks on flags and parades: Derry Journal

Ringland and McCrea clash over Maze reconciliation centre: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Simpson plays 'key role' in the Maze reversal: Portadown Times

Operation Titan – Can you help PSNI identify suspected Twelfth rioters?: Belfast Telegraph
David O'Dornan

Alert continues in south Armagh: UTV

Police in stand-off with loyalist bandsmen in north Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Loyalist protest camp women 'standing up for their culture': Belfast Telegraph
Patricia Devlin

PSNI arrest 106 people in riot crackdown: Irish Independent
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Duddy – Attacks are 'sectarian campaign': Coleraine Times

Orange hall target of paint bombers: Belfast Telegraph

Allister calls for review after RIRA man's family compensated: The News Letter

Marian Price 'must attend court': UTV

Old Bailey bomber Marian Price McGlinchey in legal bid to prevent the media showing what she looks like: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Higgins

UDA assault victim family disgusted by SSA fitness-to-work letter: Londonderry Sentinel

Bew criticises 'infantilised version of the past': The News Letter

Councillor's killing a legacy of the Troubles: Donegal Democrat

Jean McConville's family sue police and Ministry of Defence: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Families seek the truth for slain loved ones: Donegal Democrat

Maintaining the culture of respect: Derry Journal
Editorial

Commons should sing from Belfast Lord Mayor's hymn sheet: Belfast Telegraph

Scottish secretary accuses SNP of retreat on independence: The Guardian
Severin Carrell

Scottish independence – Isle of Man currency model (Jul 16): The Scotsman
David Maddox

Tuesday, August 27

Family of murdered Real IRA man receives 'substantial' payout: TheGuardian.com
Henry McDonald

RIRA man's family get payout as Omagh victims left waiting: Irish Independent
Adrian Rutherford

Castle Catholics must save Robbo: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Britain cast as villains in one-sided history of Troubles, says historian: The News Letter

Duffy calls for response from unionists after park vandalism: Portadown Times

Investigation call on Special Advisor: Ulster Star

Integrated schools strategy needed... but the devil's in the detail (Jul 22): Belfast Telegraph
Bill White

Republicanism should involve a lot more than asserting national independence: The Irish Times
Alan Hynes

Defamation law – The little man is under threat in war of words (Jul 31): Belfast Telegraph
Paul Tweed

Prospect of Fianna Fáil-Fine Gael link-up not completley ruled out: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Political unity – A formal proposal (Aug 26): Irish Examiner
Editorial

Warning of referendum debate risk to 'fabric of society': The Herald
Tom Gordon

Devolution calls grow as funding raw deal revealed: Yorkshire Post

Two nations may divide, but writers and artists prove tight-lipped (Aug 22): The Independent
David Lister

Israeli Arab community leaders learn fair policing policies in N. Ireland: Jerusalem Post
Ariel Ben Solomon

Monday, August 26

North Belfast parades pass off peacefully: UTV

Parades – Belfast republican march passes off peacefully: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Loyalist march passes without major incident: Irish News
Connla Young

Police – Belfast gun find 'largest in recent years': BBC

PUP leader distances UVF from large Belfast haul of new guns: The News Letter

Haass talks can bring a positive outcome: The News Letter
Quintin Oliver

Rumours of Peter Robinson's demise may prove to be premature: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Why sounds from the street will drown out compromise: The News Letter
Alex Kane

New project aims to uproot sectarianism: Carrick Times

Real IRA member Kieran Doherty's family to receive 'substantial' compensation: The News Letter

Anger at compensation for Real IRA man: UTV

Privacy under pressure (Aug 24): The Irish Times
Carl O'Brien

Liberal stalwart Cameron Millikin was a go-between for Canada in Northern Ireland (Jul 23): Toronto Globe and Mail
Tom Hawthorn

Derry residents answer call to arms at city walls: The Irish Times
Una Bradley

Unite parties to save nation: Irish Examiner
Ryle Dwyer

'Church education contribution presented negatively' (Aug 24): Irish Examiner
Caroline O'Doherty

Scottish independence – Push in defence of Union: The Scotsman
David Maddox

Hosting forces day in Scotland is branded a cynical ploy: The Herald
Robin Dinwoodie

Britain must look 'beyond' the EU and focus on links with the Commonwealth: Daily Telegraph
Peter Dominiczak

Sunday, August 25

Gun cache uncovered on National Trust property in Northern Ireland: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Weapons find 'thwarts death threat': Belfast Telegraph

PUP man Ken Wilkinson 'sent bullet and sympathy card': BBC

Mayor's eight chaplains resolve to calm tensions: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Inquiry continues into paramilitary trappings at march: The News Letter

Felons insult war of words (Aug 22): Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

Commissioner's IRA march comments are questioned: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Cross community project to mark 25th anniversary: Coleraine Times

Man admits 'nasty sectarian assault' at St. Columb's Park: Derry Journal

La Mon bombing – A split second of evil... and then they were orphans: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Gardai plan to quiz SF man on Donohoe claims: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack and Alan Murray

'Narrow Water Bridge can be realised within current timeframe' – Ruane: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Putting citizens first is key to council shake-up (Aug 12): Belfast Telegraph
Mark H Durkan

RIC should be afforded an honourable place in this decade of remembrance (Aug 24): The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Seeing the past through different prism (Aug 24): Irish Examiner
Michael Clifford

We need UK to stay in EU tent: Sunday Independent
Colm McCarthy

Children of the diaspora come back to spread the gospel in Ireland (Aug 20): The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

London Scots and the referendum (Aug 24): The Scotsman
Gerry Hassan

The answer to the West Lothian Question is to stop asking it: The Spectator
Alex Massie

Toughen up, Scottish nationalists, and stop playing nice: The Observer
Kevin McKenna

Put out more flags (Aug 22): Daily Telegraph
Editorial

Saturday, August 24

Victims of republican violence call for Maze Prison to be demolished: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Religious leaders in peace appeal: Belfast Telegraph

PSNI unable to cope with pressure – NI21: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Judge criticises delays in Frazer case: UTV

Ritchie calls for flag to be flown on Prince's birthday: Antrim Times

Security alert in Rasharkin ahead of annual band event: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Weapons found in Castlereagh alert: UTV

Man released in Belfast dissident probe: UTV

Senior party figures in court, jostling supporters outside... and Ruth smiles through it all: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

'Malicious' – DUP woman's lawyer blasts arrest: Irish Mirror

Operation Banner swings into action: Belfast Media

Roaring Hugh Hanna, the preacher of hate: Belfast Media
Liam Murphy

Irish language party in Guildhall Square: Londonderry Sentinel

Apprentice Boys get £90,000 for Londonderry Memorial Hall: BBC

In praise of . . . Derry: city employs 'culture' to tackle division – and wins: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Real politics at work in city: The News Letter
Nick Garbutt

Can Derry do it? Yes, we certainly can! (Aug 20): Derry Journal

Stagg says Labour link-up with Sinn Féin possible: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Andrew may open way for more gays in politics: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Controversial priest to 'recharge the batteries' (Aug 14): The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Pathways to Peace: Calgary Herald
Mario Toneguzzi

Pro-independence group paid academic to write opinion article for newspaper: The Independent
Nick Renaud-Komiya

Scotland is going it alone – regardless of the referendum: The Guardian
Steve Richards

No campaign has to raise its game: The Scotsman
Editorial

Ships are a visible sign that Gibraltar remains British (Aug 20): The News Letter
Editorial

Friday, August 23

Loyalists and republicans clash in Belfast: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Festival bus on jail tour is attacked by loyalists: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Belfast loyalist parade is restricted: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Unionist in court for online posting: Irish Examiner
Lesley-Anne McKeown

DUP sends backing for councillor: Irish News
Connla Young

'Political fracking': Derry Journal
Colum Eastwood

Catholics frozen out by plans that focus on mixed housing – report: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Catholics still facing 'chronic' housing bias, says UN: Irish Mirror
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Flag thefts will not be tolerated say Police: Coleraine Times

'Stop destroying community' say PUP: Banbridge Leader

Youngster picks up unexploded pipe bomb after barracks attack: Belfast Media
Ciara Quinn

Canvass for electoral register to begin: The News Letter

Canvassers hit the doorsteps this weekend: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

Will Northern Ireland send young guns to Commons? (Aug 20): Belfast Telegraph
Tony Grew

Sinn Fein wasting Council time: Impartial Reporter

Ulster-Scots didn't ask for Stormont phone line: Belfast Telegraph
Ian Crozier

Language funding lost in translation (Aug 19): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

A lost appetite for cross-border unity?: The News Letter
David McCann

Suspect in killing of two soldiers is freed: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

We shouldn't let Gerry Kelly write history of Troubles: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Angry Omagh families launch legal action: Tyrone Times

Boston College Faculty Demand Answers About Belfast Project: InsideHigherEd.com

Sinn Fein must release statement on Garda Adrian murder: Irish Mirror
Cathal McMahon

Director 'sorry' over balaclava and nails in press kit: Irish Independent
Louise Hogan

England's grievances would be addressed by a new Act of Union: Daily Telegraph
Michael Fabricant

Independence vote 'would lead to second referendum' for rest of UK: The Herald
Michael Settle

Thursday, August 22

Northern Ireland violence brings number of police injured to 350: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

NI violence 'back to 1990s levels': UTV

Police officers caught up in riots 'getting psychiatric treatment', says Terry Spence: The News Letter

Policing challenge – Line is holding, but we can't go on like this: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Cllr Wilson welcomes DUP's shrine u-turn: Tyrone Times

DUP planned Maze tour with Frazer and other IRA victims: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Sort it, or we will be left with a sorry site: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Three nationalist residents groups to protest at Last Saturday parade: The News Letter

Ruth Patterson in court over Facebook comment: BBC

Will we ever agree who is a victim...and who isn't?: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

New project aims to uproot sectarianism: Newtownabbey Times

Accused threatened sergeant, court told: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Gang that shot Ryan imploding over drug busts: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

Man arrested over IRA murder of soldiers in 1977: The Irish Times
Genevieve Carbery

Ballygawley bus bombing – A waste of life, says doctor who helped (Aug 20): The News Letter

'Sinn Féin colluded with British Government to block arrests', Bradley claims: Newry Times
Paul Malone

The tale of former IRA bomber and Mafia money: The News Letter
N R Greer

Who can really put special advisers under the spotlight?: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Speculation money could surface for bridge scheme: Irish News

NI film A Belfast Story promoted by 'nail bomb kit': BBC

Mount Argus event to mark 1916-1922 deaths of RIC and DMP members: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Government actions will hurt Protestant families: Irish Independent
Eleanor Petrie

Scottish independence – Northern England links eyed: The Scotsman
Scott Macnab

Salmond – independence will be based on interdependence with UK and Europe: The Herald

Wednesday, August 21

Fears over Maze peace centre funding: BBC
Mark Devenport

Sinn Fein Council Chair labels DUP colleague as a "hero" for standing firm in face of loyalist protest: Ballymoney Times

How politicians keep steering the good ship Peace onto hidden rocks: Belfast Telegraph
Nuala McKeever

Pipebomb incident – wave of disgust: Ballymena Times

Court rescinds Price conviction: UTV

TA soldier convicted of taking part in flag riot: The News Letter

Soldier in flag riot shame facing Army dismissal: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Higgins

Pair held over 1973 loyalist murder of Seamus Gilmore released: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

We forgive our son's killers, says family as two men are quizzed over murder of teen petrol station worker in 1973: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Ballygawley bus bombing – Soldiers were so young: The News Letter

Stanley believed IRA was not involved: Laois Nationalist

MoD ordered to hand over documents: The News Letter

'Sinn Féin must come clean about murder of Paul Quinn', says Bradley: Newry Times

Officials' bizarre plan – axe jobs to prevent discrimination: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

'Religious bias' claim adds insult to injury for staff facing job losses: The News Letter

We all must stand firm against racism: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Can the Irish League defeat bigots?: Belfast Telegraph
Graham Luney

Support for Narrow Water Bridge: Dundalk Democrat

We're crying out for new politics (Aug 18): Sunday Independent
Editorial

Advertising watchdog to probe Rangers claim (Aug 20): The Scotsman
Angus Howarth

Scottish independence: No Commonwealth issue – SNP: The Scotsman
Mark McLaughlin

Two nations, two cultures? Britain is divided by the Trent, not the Tweed.: The Spectator
Alex Massie

Tuesday, August 20

DUP now backs victims' charter: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Northern Ireland is in big trouble, and Haass can't fix it: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Bold imagination needed to find a way out of this Maze: Belfast Telegraph
William J V Neill

Violence over flags should be seen against background of real disadvantage: The Irish Times
Patricia McCarthy and Mick Rafferty

Talks on the horizon with 'Boys' and Garvaghy group: Portadown Times

PSNI need buffer to combat riots – A Bible-bashing God squad could bring calm to the North: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

More images released over Twelfth riots: UTV

Fountain attacks must stop – UKIP: Derry Journal

As the peace process struggles, why is Derry different?: TheDetail.tv
Steven McCaffery

Police reject claims of more attacks during Fleadh: The News Letter

Judge commends Derry people: Derry Journal

Veteran republican Marian Price is convicted over protest: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Northern Ireland – two men arrested over 40-year-old murder of teenager: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Scot held over 1973 sectarian murder: The Herald

Victims remembered at 25th Anniversary of Ballygawley Bus Bombings: Tyrone Times

Ballygawley IRA bomb rescue heroes still suffer scars: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Commissioner supports Paul Quinn's Parents: The Cross Examiner

Adrian Donohoe killers named: Dundalk Democrat

Republicans plotting huge march to mark death of IRA boss Alan Ryan: Irish Mirror

The Stormont department which has had NO callers to Ulster Scots line in eight years: Belfast Telegraph
Anna Maguire

Ken Maginnis – I'd rather go to jail than pay road rage fine: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

DUP U-turn urged over on revamp of councils: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

DUP adviser may face investigation over Red Sky contract: The News Letter

Hogan campaign slogan "Ourselves alone" evokes bootstraps or Sinn Fein: Syracuse Post-Standard
Michelle Breidenbach

Spoken words will fly away after farcical Seanad sitting: Irish Independent
Fionnán Sheahan

Scotland would have to 'reapply to Commonwealth' after independence: The Guardian
Severin Carrell

Scottish independence – Tories could swing yes vote: The Scotsman
Scott Macnab

Monday, August 19

DUP slam Deputy First Minister over his Maze criticism: The News Letter

Sinn Fein confrontation of DUP next month at earliest: Irish News

DUP keeps up pressure on Sinn Fein to back 5,000 jobs at Maze: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Speculation on Robinson's future mounts after Maze U-turn (Aug 17): The News Letter
Sam McBride

Can politicians help Haass deliver a surprise result?: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Protestant family to move out after another sectarian attack: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Tweet this – it's what we are, what we're known for (Aug 14): Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

A tale of two cities – marching season in Northern Ireland (Aug 10): The Conversation
John Nagle

The best PR for Northern Ireland tourism and investment is better politics (Aug 12): Belfast Telegraph
Barton Creeth

Terror victims in call for new deal: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Derry teenager fined over Ronan Kerr comments: BBC

Loyalists boycott own art project: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

430,000 who throng Derry for fleadh see 'a city transformed': The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Angry exchanges as councillors trade lessons in mathematics and ABCs (Aug 5): Banbridge Leader

SDLP calls for executive to provide languages progress report (Aug 6): BBC

Gilmore now more unpopular than Cowen at height of crisis (Aug 18): Sunday Independent
Daniel McConnell

Church 'ridiculed by politicians seeking publicity' (Aug 14): Irish Independent
Sarah McDonald

Scotland and England are growing apart. A no vote won't stop that: Guardian.co.uk
Iain Macwhirter

Yes Campaign – history shows when Scots vote No, they suffer cutbacks: The Herald
Robbie Dinwoodie

Considering the push for more power for the islands (Jul 26): The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

Sunday, August 18

Relative of IRA victims calls for buildings on Maze site to be razed to the ground: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

McGuinness hits out at Maze 'mistake': UTV

Jim Allister raises questions over Maze cash: The News Letter

McGuinness rounds on unionists over Belfast violence: The Irish Times
Marese McDonagh

The day Sammy Wilson told Peter Robinson he had to do a U-turn on Maze plan: Belfast Telegraph

Wilson denies 'stand-up' row with first minister: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

DUP leader has played a blinder, says Trimble aide: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Robinson's Maze move shows he's no pushover: The News Letter
Henry Patterson

Church of Ireland primate's 'acute sadness' over Belfast riots: BBC

Unionists falling into Sinn Fein trap (Aug 16): The News Letter
Ian Parsley

Are leaders deaf to silent majority? (Aug 15): Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Northern Ireland – history's hard lessons (Aug 15): The Guardian
Editorial

DUP's Ruth Patterson due in court next week over internet posting: The News Letter

Terrorist group INLA to announce disbandment: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

New bridge should not be named – Sinn Fein claim: Ballymoney Times

Legal battle over documents ongoing: UTV

Jailed Boston mobster's gang 'smuggled weapons to the IRA in coffins': Sunday Telegraph
Jon Swaine

Stack murder was part of plan for IRA breakout, say colleagues: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Service marks Ballygawley bus bomb: UTV

RTE fails to press IRA's bomb man over Farc: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Questions still remain despite DUP's apology to whistleblower – MLA: Belfast Telegraph
Joanne Sweeney

Major disconnect between Irish students and Catholic Church, a random poll has found (Aug 17): The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Easing tension in Ireland (Aug 15): Gothenberg Twins
Austin Benson

Seanad to survive – Labour in meltdown: Sunday Independent
Daniel McConnell and John Drennan

Commerce across borders is history's greatest pacifier (Aug 16): The Irish Times
Dan O' Brien

We must know consequences before we can make a choice (Aug 17): The Herald
Ian Bell

Saturday, August 17

Call to bulldoze former Maze site: UTV

Former RUC officers unhappy Maze plans shelved not scrapped: The News Letter

Maze U-turn a 'victory for the victims': Ulster Star

Fight on terror shrine will continue, says Willie Frazer: The News Letter

Sinn Fein furious at DUP's sudden shift on Maze that caught it on the hop: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

DUP urges Sinn Fein to allow rest of Maze plan to go ahead: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Maze peace centre – board seeks urgent clarification: BBC

Maze – The twists and turns of a tortuous saga: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Legal bid against Maze was on verge of starting: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

DUP leader Peter Robinson's about-turn on Maze 'a humiliating retreat': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Lost in the Maze – DUP can keep winning elections but Peter Robinson has to stand down as leader: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Parties must tread carefully to avert crisis: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Abandoning the Maze centre a clear victory for victims: The News Letter
Editorial

Martin McGuinness warned not to 'exacerbate' divisions in republican commemoration speech: Irish Independent
Alan Murray

Northern Ireland police force take a positive stand against marching season: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Editorial

Our future doesn't lie in the past (Aug 13): Belfast Telegraph
Nuala McKeever

Stolen historic Apprentice Boys flag to be returned: BBC

Decision on monument awaited from planners: Ulster Herald

Republican Marian McGlinchey fails in anonymity bid: BBC

Pressure on Villiers over Omagh revelations: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Omagh – Summer school Spaniards making a tentative return: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Major 'refused to speak to Clinton' for weeks after US gave Adams visa in 1994: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

A Lesson of the Irish Hunger Strike (Aug 15): Huffington Post
Tom Hayden

Loyalists' Fleadh participation 'shows music does unite people': Irish News

DUP 'to apologise' to whistle-blower councillor Jenny Palmer: BBC

MEP reiterates support for Narrow Water Bridge: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Unbuilt Northern Ireland – The greatest buildings that never were: BBC
Mark Devenport

Talk of 'religious freedom' often obscures wish to defend institutional Catholicism (Aug 15): The Irish Times
Eoin Daly

Why does Fox star Megyn Kelly have a child called Thatcher? (Aug 11): Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Patrick Roberts

Moralising Instead of Analysing in the Debate on Britain's Imperial Relics Could Increase Colonialism in the Present (Aug 14): Huffington Post
James Elliott

Friday, August 16

Northern Ireland coalition divided over Maze prison peace centre: The Guardian

Orange Order welcomes Maze U-Turn: The News Letter

Unionists hail U-turn over Maze proposals: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

DUP caught up in Maze: BBC
Mark Devenport

Are the cracks starting to emerge in Peter Robinson's iron grip?: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Cunning plan or return of the old tough Robinson?: The News Letter
Sam McBride

What now for Maze site?: BBC
Julian O'Neill

Republican band parade rerouted as tensions rise: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

20 loyalist protestors allowed at parade: UTV

Victim parades will be held to demand inquiries – Willie Frazer: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Unionist politicians 'disappeared like snow off a ditch': Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

We must stop glancing over shoulder if we're to break cycle of disorder: Irish Independent
Henry McDonald

Exclusion of Protestant youth in Belfast 'of great concern': The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Paint attack on St Malachy's Church, Belfast: BBC

No extradition for dissident – Lithuanians fail in bid to win handover of arms suspect: Belfast Telegraph

15 years on – Omagh remembered: UTV

Vital Omagh bomb evidence hidden from police 'to save IRA ceasefire': Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Families must get truth, if not justice: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

A terrible loss for Stack family – Brian Stanley TD: Leinster Express

Troubles documents 'must be returned': BBC

Legal storm over Troubles files will 'not be decided for a month': Belfast Telegraph

Taking next step towards peace calls for leap in logic: Belfast Telegraph
Jacqueline Irwin

Changes in regime relating to fee-paying schools threaten the Protestant ethos: The Irish Times
Julie Carr

British forces will not be commemorated at Kilmichael Ambush site (Aug 15): Irish Examiner
Claire O'Sullivan

Pollsters are polls apart: The Scotsman
John Curtice



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