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Sunday, August 31

'Talking to the IRA our only hope of ending the bloodshed': Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick and David Young

Gerry Adams says Irish America was critical to IRA 1994 ceasefire: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Gerry Adams

IRA ceasefire 20 years on – The priest who brokered the peace: BBC
Peter Crutchley

'I thought of what it'd be like to move away' (Aug 30): The Irish Times
Fionola Meredith

Peace lines – We talk to key people about IRA ceasefire: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Peace and poverty for survivors of the Troubles (Aug 28): The Guardian
Henry McDonald

The peace process has turned into an endless conveyor belt of concessions: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Northern Ireland is a better place than in 1994, but peace is dropping too slow: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Reynolds's risks for peace pose their own problems: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Albert Reynolds – a man of peace and man of risks: Connacht Tribune
Harry McGee

Belfast primary is no place for old-school sectarianism: The News Letter

Police say attack on cars in Dunmurry was hate crime: BBC

Terror campaign against Sammy Brush must stop (Aug 26): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Man shot in legs in Belfast alleyway: UTV

Three arrested on Boreland murder bid released: Sunday World
Jamie McDowell

Smithwick solicitor concerned after Garda 'sent texts' to dissident suspect: BBC

The flying winger who became the Butchers' nemesis: Sunday Independent
Alan Murray

Determined detective's work will never be forgotten (Aug 27): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Thatcher a pragmatist – Donnelly: Belfast Telegraph

Grotesque grammar in note to PM: The News Letter

Officials in a scramble over a red hand symbol on Northern Ireland-produced eggs: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Civilian's death was caused by rubber bullet (Aug 29): The Irish Times

Conservatives claim Sinn Fein wants to keep its voters poor and on benefits: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Politician's house targeted by ruthless crime gang as they plan to murder him: Sunday World
Alan Sherry

New Lord Lieutenant of Belfast Fionnuala Jay-O'Boyle is a force to be reckoned with (Aug 26): Belfast Telegraph
Una Brankin

Russian Alliance is not such a Vlad idea – Just Putin it out there! (Aug 25): (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Enda Kenny may be asked to back our Celtic cousins in EU membership row (Aug 26): Irish Independent
John Downing

As Scots Weigh Independence, Wales Takes Note: New York Times
Katrin Bennhold

UK identity affects older voters: Scotland on Sunday
Jon Curtice

This is an attempt to silence the Unionists: Daily Telegraph
Alan Cochrane

We're not together ... English voters have abandoned us: Sunday Herald
Ian Bell

Scotland referendum – warmth and honesty are missing from both sides of the divide: The Observer
Kevin McKenna

Saturday, August 30

MI5 and PSNI discover rogue garda leaking information to IRA man: Belfast Telegraph
Ken Foy and Claire Cromie

The peace process is going round in ever decreasing circles: TheDetail.tv
Steven McCaffery

Taoiseach should emulate Albert Reynolds and act on North: The Irish Times
Gerry Adams

Northern Ireland ceasefire legacy – 'Some are more equal than others': TheGuardian.com
Henry McDonald

Towns united 20 years on, but troubles remain: Irish Independent
Greg Harkin

Remembering the IRA ceasefire 20 years on: BBC
Mark Devenport

The day the world changed – Bruce Morrison on the 1994 IRA ceasefire: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Bruce A. Morrison

Ceasefires were not the end... just the beginning: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

The killing has stopped but North's fragile peace remains: Irish Independent
John Downing

The first, faltering steps: The Irish Times
Editorial

Welfare reform row – Theresa Villiers warns Stormont there'll be no Westminster bailout: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Why Stormont is deadlocked over budget and welfare reform: BBC
John Campbell

Northern Ireland's politicians are making a dangerous mistake by digging their heels on welfare reform: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Row over band parade rumbles on as police confirm 'no crime was committed': Larne Times

Fresh calls for UDA man's licence to be revoked: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Loyalist 'gave orders' for attack on Boreland and Shoukri: The News Letter

Convicted dissident's guilty plea over robbery cash: The News Letter

I'll bring peace to the north, Albert Reynolds told Fr. Brian: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Historic handshake signified determination of Reynolds: Dundalk Argus

Mary, Dessie and Dick still staying silent on secrets of the Albert era: Irish Independent
Gerard O'Regan

Anglo-Irish Cabinet paper 'clearly unsatisfactory': The News Letter
Sam McBride

Irish Ministers 'pedantic' at Intergovernment meeting: The Irish Times

Irish 'not surprised' at furious unionist reaction to accord: The News Letter

Secret report – Peter Robinson 'crafty' and John Hume like 'roulette table loser': BBC
Eamon Phoenix

NIO thought Robinson and Armstrong key figures in loyalist hunger strike: The News Letter
Sam McBride

1985 deal rewarded Dublin despite its security failings: The News Letter
Editorial

Seán Quinn claimed 'religious discrimination' obstructed his expansion plans in 1985 (Aug 29): The Irish Times

IRA man who fled jail was pardoned: Belfast Telegraph

Police 'justified' in firing at stolen car: BBC

Why prison authorities took Irish bibles away from republican inmates: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Scots' football status on agenda again if there's a No vote, say Fifa insiders: The Herald
Martin Williams

I'm nervous but confident the silent majority will save the Union, says David Cameron: Scottish Daily Mail
Gareth Rose And Emma Cowing

Alex Salmond denies referendum promotes anti-English sentiment: TheGuardian.com
Libby Brooks

Royal Black encourages Scots to vote 'No' in referendum: The News Letter

Jim Murphy suspends referendum meetings citing 'coordinated' abuse: The Guardian
Libby Brooks and Severin Carrell

Scotland's brave soldiers denied a say in the country they defend: Daily Telegraph
Tom Tugendhat

Forget the falsehoods – face the facts: The Scotsman
Brian Wilson

Scotland stands to win even if secession vote fails: Los Angeles Times
Henry Chu

London bridge is falling; will Scotland exit the UK? Jamaica exit CSME?: Jamaica Observer
Franklin Johnston

Friday, August 29

Former US senator Gary Hart meets Stormont parties: The News Letter

'No role for US in NI talks' – Dodds: UTV

Sinn Féin – Delegation meet Prisoner Ombudsman to express concerns about conditions at Maghaberry: Derry Journal

Feud death fears: Belfast Media
David Whelan

Sammy Brush attacks – A welcoming, friendly village, but no one will go on the record (Aug 26): Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Race hate attack – Homes of two young Sudanese families targeted in north Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

'Key people' at LAD website worked for NI21 (Aug 27): The News Letter
Sam McBride

Unionists demand withdrawal of funding from fleadh over rebel song controversy: The Irish Times
Eamonn McCann

'Irish Rebel night' at Ardoyne Fleadh just an excuse for brazen bigotry: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Adams says Government 'too passive' on peace process: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Ceasefire Legacy: UTV
Sharon O'Neill

Ceasefire anniversary – Time up for intransigent leaders?: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Remembering the loyalist ceasefire 20 years on: BBC
Paul Ainsworth

IRA ceasefire 20 years on – Deal spawned an imperfect peace... but it's better than before: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Ceasefire babies – Growing up in a lesser troubled Ulster: The News Letter
Joanne Savage

Concerns over Thatcher's commitment to Anglo Irish Agreement revealed: BBC
Eamon Phoenix

British feared a boost for IRA if they failed to sign the Anglo-Irish Agreement: Irish Independent
Adrian Rutherford

Unionists kept in dark on Anglo-Irish talks in 1985: The News Letter
Sam McBride

'Fair employment' campaign for Catholics alarmed British in 1985: The Irish Times

'Massive dose of inequality' for nationalists in parades policy: The Irish Times

Mountbatten murdered 35 years ago: Sligo Weekender
Luke Henderson

Gaeltacht Minister's crash course in Irish language pays off: Irish Independent

UUP and SDLP want MLAs to be recalled to discuss crisis in health: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Supporters organise Dublin fundraising evening for Clinton: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

DUP support for welfare cuts is anti-Welfare State (Aug 14): Belfast Telegraph
Declan Kearney

Business leaders tell Scots to vote no in independence referendum (Aug 27): TheGuardian.com
Martin Williams

Scottish independence – Firms say 'Yes' vote would benefit economy: BBC

Unionist captains of industry on the wrong side of history: The Herald
Iain Macwhirter

Scottish efforts to join EU 'by common accord' met with resistance: The Guardian
Severin Carrell and Nicholas Watt

Thursday, August 28

Ex-White House hopeful Hart in line for key role in North talks: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

US representative at Stormont 'to listen': The News Letter

Former US senator Gary Hart is no stranger to Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

'Abysmal' Northern politicians too stuck in past, says ex-Clinton aide: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Failing to get beyond past puts ceasefire gains at risk: The Irish Times
Nancy Soderberg

Monkey business at Stormont: BBC
Mark Devenport

'It's Over' – Reporting the IRA ceasefire 20 years ago: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Unionists slam SF baiting over masked gang attack: The News Letter

Don't give us more power at Stormont, says Sammy Wilson: The News Letter

Sinn Fein – 'Health service in crisis'-Chivers: Derry Journal

Health chief came out of retirement to warn McGuinness of funding crisis: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Poots says he does not intend to resign over health cuts: BBC

The Northern Ireland Executive – A wasteland of mutual veto?: Londonderry Sentinel
Terry Wright

Time is of essence... Sinn Fein must bite bullet now: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

It's time for us all to listen – there's more to peace than the simple absence of violence (Apr 8): Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

'I helped found NI21, but it does not deserve to even survive': The News Letter
Alex Kane

Youths in fourth night of violence in East Belfast flashpoint: Sunday World
Jamie McDowell

'Up to 100 kids' in Belfast trouble: UTV

Out of control – The gangs bringing havoc to Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Dungannon – Masked men target police officers: BBC

Local knowledge key to Disappeared: The News Letter

Narrow Water terror attack remembered: The News Letter

Ardoyne Fleadh to review its acts following rebel band furore which included sectarian comment: Belfast Telegraph
Amanda Ferguson

Sinn Fein right to fear historians: The News Letter
Connal Parr

Shankill Butchers – Face-to-face with dozens of our most ruthless killers, he looked for clues in the darkness of their eyes: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Journalist's memories of 'fine officer and wonderful friend': The News Letter

Integrated schooling and choice: Belfast Telegraph
Noreen Campbell

Clarke says North not being given enough exposure by Tourism Ireland: The Irish Times

Cameron makes plea to Scottish voters as referendum temperature rises: The Guardian
Nicholas Watt, Libby Brooks and Simon Goodley

Scottish independence – What might happen if there is a 'No' vote?: BBC
Tim Reid

Scottish independence: Whatever referendum outcome Scotland can frame debate in future terms, not the past – unlike Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Peter Shirlow

What if Scots quit a UK that quits EU?: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

The UK's exit from the EU is in the hands of Scottish voters: The Guardian
Peter Sutherland

Keep talking, Irish peacemakers urge: Bangkok Post
Achara Ashayagachat

Wednesday, August 27

Former US Senator Gary Hart to meet Northern Ireland parties: BBC

The politics of crying babies throwing toys from the pram (Aug 22): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Sammy Brush: 40 attacks yet tormenters remain free – victimised councillor says thugs are shielded by a climate of fear: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Complaints filed over Fleadh band's remarks on British: The Irish Times
Mark Hilliard

Fleadh regrets offence caused by sectarian statement: Belfast Media

Kildare band say Ardoyne Fleadh comments taken 'out of context': Leinster Leader
Laura Coates

Sinn Fein accused of intolerance over Newry band parade: The News Letter

Unionist praise for Ballymaconnelly Band parade: Ballymoney Times

Viglantes are 'policing' their estates: Coleraine Times

Reading about sectarian violence and parade disputes it's easy to think Northern Ireland is as divided as ever – but this isn't the case: Belfast Telegraph
Steven Agnew

Drug dealer joins dissident ranks: Sunday World
Paula Mackin

Warrants detaining Republicans who sought arms from Iraq are defective, court finds: The Irish Times
Aodhan O'Faolain, Ray Managh

Jail term for Belfast parade rioter William Black: The News Letter

UUP boss calls for new probe into Martin O'Hagan murder: Sunday World

Family waits in hope as search begins for IRA victim: Irish Examiner
David Young and Lesley Anne McKeown

Ceasefire: UTV
Tracey Magee

Albert and Alex brought the loyalists into peace process: Dundalk Democrat

'Poverty linked to Troubles' – Academic: UTV

UUP challenges poverty study: The News Letter

Galloway defiant as loyalists protest at Ulster Hall (Aug 24): (from the Sunday Life)
Suzanne Breen

Gaza protests are proof of a new Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Kelly

The Welsh Strive to Keep Their Language: New York Times
Katrin Bennhold

Scotland's Yes campaign nudges ahead in the polls: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

As Others See Us – What should Ireland do if Indy Scotland asks it for help in EU?: The Herald
David Leask

The Scottish referendum result will not resolve the crisis which threatens to break-up the UK: WalesOnline.co.uk
David Williamson

Tuesday, August 26

Sir John Major shakes hands with Martin McGuinness as he mourns Albert Reynold, architect of Northern Ireland peace process: Daily Mail

Leader who 'risked everything for peace': The Irish Times
Arthur Beesley

The 'five minutes to midnight' setback to the 1994 IRA ceasefire: The Irish Times
Sean Duignan

Peace process his greatest gamble: Sunday Independent
Editorial

Maghaberry Prison tensions must be defused: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Time for parties to sort out mess: The News Letter
Alex Kane

PSNI chief – dissidents must realise they are all doomed to failure: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Police swamp east Belfast interface after two nights of violence: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Ardoyne Fleadh event investigated over 'hate speech' complaint: BBC

Sectarian gang clashes in east Belfast arranged via social media: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Legal challenge against alleged failure to release IRA leader Michael McKevitt adjourned: Irish Independent
Aodhan O Faolain

IRA man's elderly mother to sue over controversial killing: The Cross Examiner

Legal teams make final submissions in Robert Hamill case: Portadown Times

PSNI officers face charges (Aug 19): Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Breathtaking beauty spot that became 'Bandit Country' during Troubles is given £1m tourism injection (Aug 23): Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Young footballers agree to wear rival Old firm teams' strips to make point against bigotry: Scottish Daily Record
Douglas Dickie

Quinn claims independent Scotland would face EU axe: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Stiglitz endorses Salmond's currency plans: Financial Times
Mure Dickie

I envy the Scots. If only we English could also shake up our democracy: TheGuardian.com
Suzanne Moore

Scottish independence – Sir Walter Scott would support the Union (Aug 25): Daily Telegraph
Matthew Maxwell Scott

In praise of ... Cornwall (Apr 24): The Guardian
Editorial

Why we must save our children from becoming fodder for the fanatics (Aug 20): Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Monday, August 25

Maghaberry powder keg threatening to explode – Dissident republican campaign to wrest control of prison wing: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Here's why this former US presidential candidate is in Dublin this week: TheJournal.ie
Hugh O'Connell

Order presses Villiers again for inquiry into Parades Commission: The News Letter

Parades body blasted over single drum beat ruling: The News Letter

Loyalists in court over murder bid: Irish News
Simon Cunningham

Andre Shoukri and John 'Bonzer' Boreland tell of how they survived UDA murder bid: The Sunday Life
Alan Murray

Former loyalist paramilitary – 'I was court-martialled for not doing a UVF mural': Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Mother's terror during Belfast trouble: UTV

DUP Councillor targeted in 'sectarian attack' for 40th time: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Lord Morrow condemns 40th attack on Dungannon Councillor's property: Mid Ulster Mail

Man shot in legs near Ardoyne Fleadh: UTV

Northern Ireland can't afford to lose Belfast Mela founder to racism (Aug 23): Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

How the British and Irish governments are looking for the Disappeared...: TheJournal.ie
Sinead O'Carroll

Pope Francis pays tribute to Albert Reynolds: Sunday World

The appeal of Albert Reynolds for the Irish in Britain: Irish Post
Robert Mulhern

Simon Hamilton's lonely battle to wean us off Treasury alms: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Ambivalence towards Rory McIlroy proves partition is alive and unwell: The Irish Times
Brian O'Connor

Fine Gael should be proud of its republican roots, says Hook: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Fianna Fail must deal with its past, including Reynolds: Irish Independent
Mandy Johnston

The long wait for freedom: Belfast Media
Des Wilson

North and South – a tale of two grocery bills: The Irish Times
Conor Pope

GAA player called for attacks on Jews: The News Letter

Independent Scotland poses major threat to our economy: Irish Independent
Sam Griffin

Scotland's No campaigners seek more passion from leaders: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

The Anglophobia that never was (Aug 24): Sunday Herald
Ian Bell

Spain and Belgium 'would veto an independent Scotland's EU membership': Daily Telegraph
Ben Riley-Smith

Is debate on UK policy on Europe a dangerous bluff?: The Irish Times
Dennis Kennedy

George Galloway – I'm suing Willie Frazer over Ulster Hall Isis rant: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Sunday, August 24

Three remanded over loyalist shooting: UTV

Man beaten by masked gang in suspected sectarian attack: BBC

Sickening church attacks must be condemned by all: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Office of John O'Dowd a law unto themselves (Aug 12): Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Forensic archaeologists to use radar in attempt to find body of man killed by IRA (Aug 22): Irish Independent
Lewis Smith

Stormont spending squabbles – options for more cuts drawn up: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Welfare row – Public will suffer in this dangerous political game: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Bandit country – Funding to preserve historical south Armagh land (Aug 23): BBC
Chris Buckler

Promotion of Irish online and through publications must be strategic (May 2): The Irish Times
Ferdie Mac an Fhailigh

Bomb survivor Sam Foster 'dealt with SF like anyone else' (Aug 21): The News Letter
Sam McBride

This statesman left us with a legacy of peace (Aug 22): Irish Examiner
Gerard Howlin

Albert Reynolds and I used our heated exchanges to plot a new path to peace: Sunday Independent
John Major

What the gambler didn't know was that the house always wins: Sunday Independent
John-Paul McCarthy

Albert Reynolds's towering achievement was the peace process (Aug 23): The Irish Times
Editorial

Murphy's anti-republican spleen passed sell-by date: Southern Star

Beating criminals at their own game (Jul 23): Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

George Galloway – Scotland stance, not Israel, raises heckles: BBC
Mark Simpson

How the Scottish independence vote pits families against one another: The Observer
Kevin McKenna

Scottish independence – Meet the 16-year-olds who could change the referendum's outcome: Independent on Sunday
Holly Williams

Disunited Kingdom – Scotland's separatists cling to hope: Maclean's
Katie Engelhart

Gaelic TV, radio can thrive in UK (Aug 19): The Scotsman
Danny Alexander

Saturday, August 23

Hart bids to restart North talks: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

DUP meet PSNI over dissident funeral: The News Letter

Rasharkin parade passes off peacefully: Ballymoney Times

Unionists at Rasharkin parade call for Parades Commission to be replaced: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Connolly

Unionist 'anger' at claim band played louder at RC church: Larne Times

Brady calls on Newry parade organisers to 'talk to residents': Newry Times
Paul Malone

Ex-victims' chief Stone will now interview candidates for her job: The News Letter

UDA feud – Three men charged with attempted murder after loyalist shooting: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Car burning is latest attack on UPRG man's girlfriend: Belfast Media
Evan Short

Paint thrown at home in 'hate crime': BBC

Racist attacks make me want to leave Northern Ireland after 37 years here, says Belfast Mela founder: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith and Rebecca Black

Twaddell rioter was spotted on news site by his boss: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh McDonald

Woman questioned over Real IRA chief death dramatically re-arrested over double murder: Irish Independent
Ken Foy

McKevitt bid for freedom dashed by Supreme Court: Irish Independent
Nicola Anderson

Family welcome new Disappeared search: UTV

McGuinness was briefed by top doctor in April, the DUP reveals: The News Letter

Sinn Fein – 'Sign a petition opposing the introduction of Tory welfare cuts': Derry Journal

Ruane calls on unionists to 'tell the truth' on welfare cuts: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Infantile politics at Stormont sapping our will: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Top GAA man withdraws application to pro-Union club, claiming it was a joke: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Biden, Bill Clinton pay tribute to "peacemaker" Albert Reynolds: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
James O'Shea

Albert Reynolds key player in peace process – John Hume and Gerry Adams may have started, but he helped keep it alive: Belfast Telegraph
David McKittrick

World War 1 – Time for uncomfortable conversations, says Sinn Fein MLA: Derry Journal
Mitchel McLaughlin

First WWI Victoria Cross winner to get memorial in Glasnevin: The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

Abortion issue in sorry State, both north and south: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Scottish independence – The arguments from celtic cousins: BBC
Mark Simpson

Scottish Independence Would Put Scotland In A 'Neo-Colonial' Position, Warns Gordon Brown: Huffington Post

English resentment increases over Scots 'freebies': The Scotsman
Scott Macnab

The No camp is losing out in this carnival of democracy: The Herald
Ian Bell

Can the face technology that helped to unmask McDaid... also unmask British jihadist filmed beheading journalist James Foley?: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Friday, August 22

No agreement on welfare cuts – SF: UTV

It's time to call on the Saggers – Shinners must save Stormont (Aug 18): (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Corporation tax – This could prove a high-risk move and biggest test to face Executive (Aug 18): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Clinton leads tributes to 'courageous' former leader: Irish Independent
Fionnan Sheahan

Unionists pay tribute to former Taoiseach Albert Reynolds: The News Letter

John Major on Albert Reynolds – 'We had the fiercest rows without leaving scars': The Irish Times
Dan Griffin, Rachel Flaherty

Reaching out to republicans and loyalists: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

'They trusted Albert Reynolds in Westminster': Irish Post
Robert Mulhern

Lorry bomb scare – St Columb's College principal reflects on what might have been: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn MacDermott

Gardai fear revenge bloodbath by Andy Connors crime gang: Irish Mirror
Garreth MacNamee

Four released over army packages: UTV

UDA man John 'Bonzer' Boreland shot in North Belfast: Sunday World
Jamie McDowell

Colour party flanks coffin of veteran republican: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

We're '100% certain' no one from Balnamore is involved in these attacks: Ballymoney Times

Time for offensive flags frenzy to end – once and for all (Aug 19): Derry Journal

New searches to start for one of the Disappeared: The News Letter

Moloney's alleged IRA ties cause prison problems (Aug 20): Rochester Democrat & Chronicle
Gary Craig

BBC apologises for broadcasting anti-Irish joke: Irish Post
Niall O'Sullivan

Hamilton – I've an open mind about libel laws (Aug 19): The News Letter
Sam McBride

No vote 'will spell disaster' for Stormont power sharing: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Scotland vote 'risks instability': Belfast Telegraph

The Guardian view on a parliament for England: The Guardian
Editorial

It's my sacred right to leave the Catholic Church (Aug 20): Irish Examiner
J P O'Malley

Thursday, August 21

Funding crisis leaves Troubles' victims 'devastated': Derry Journal

Nesbitt – Victims' groups could close because of funding cuts: The News Letter

Walls that divide – 20 years after IRA declared military cessation Executive parties are further from political ceasefire than ever (Aug 20): Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Number of bombings up, but deaths and shootings down, says PSNI: The News Letter

Heroic driver took suspected bomb on board his lorry to a safe site away from houses: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick and Eamonn MacDermott

Sinn Fein – McCartney condemns those behind bomb alert: Derry Journal

Proxy bomb hoax draws condemnation from the city's Mayor: Londonderry Sentinel

Woman arrested over murder of IRA terror chief Alan Ryan: Irish Independent
Ken Foy

McKevitt to remain in jail pending appeal: The Irish Times
Ray Managh

Murdered man's fight with INLA figure examined as motive: The Irish Times
Conor Lally

Murder victim's gang travelled the country to burgle elderly people: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Locals shocked to hear of man being shot in front of wife and children: The Irish Times
Rachel Flaherty

Orange marshal bound over to keep the peace: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

UDA's Jimmy Birch's pals in Samurai sword stand-off in Tullycarnett estate (Aug 19): Sunday World
Richard Sullivan

Integrated education is our right: Belfast Telegraph
Tina Merron

Army embarks on recruitment drive in Northern Ireland: The News Letter

Former Irish Prime Minister Albert Reynolds seen as one of the architects of the Northern Ireland peace process dies at the age of 81: Daily Mail
Richard Spillett

Straight talker laid path for peace: Belfast Telegraph

Peacemaker wanted to end 'terrible cycle of death' in North: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Former Irish leader Albert Reynolds passes, made North peace possible: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

Decisive and stubborn, peace process was Reynolds' greatest achievement: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Sam Foster death – We didn't always agree, but I admired my uncle greatly, says DUP minister Arlene: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Unionists 'face crisis if Scottish people vote Yes': Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Orange to march in Edinburgh just days before Scottish independence referendum: Belfast Telegraph

An independent Scotland 'stronger' using the pound without permission: TheGuardian.com
Larry Elliott

English opinion on independence (Aug 20): The Scotsman
Editorial

Ukip could decide our next PM: The News Letter
Chris Moncrieff

Wednesday, August 20

Kennedy lashes OFMDFM over victims' funding cuts: The News Letter

Loyalists upset at restricted parade in the north Antrim village of Rasharkin: Belfast Telegraph
Nevin Farrell

Commission rejects drum beat appeal: The News Letter

Crackdown on dissidents who supporting crime gangs: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Masked men order lorry driver to take 'bomb' in wheelie bin to Derry police station: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Bomb attempt on Strand Road police station condemned as security alert continues: Derry Journal

Four people arrested in Derry over New IRA plot to letter-bomb English targets: TheGuardian.com
Henry McDonald

'Oh my daddy, oh my daddy' – children's screams as father shot dead: Irish Independent
Ken Foy and Conor Feehan

Convicted terrorist McKevitt on verge of release: Irish Independent
Saurya Cherfi

High Court reserves McKevitt judgment pending separate Supreme Court ruling: RTE

New Beast in the East emerges as Stephen Matthews 'steps down': Sunday World
Jim McDowell

Loyalist protests accused 'was trying to stop trouble': The News Letter

Man joined riot 'because he didn't want to feel left out': The News Letter

Balnamore War Memorial attacked: Ballymoney Times
Claire Cartmill

'We are open for business': Newtownabbey Times

Soldiers are the forgotten heroes, says Ballygawley bus bomb survivor: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

McCartney calls on unionists to tell truth on welfare cuts: Derry Journal

Death of former UUP Stormont minister Sam Foster: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Sam Foster – Straight talker with common touch: The News Letter
Billy Kennedy

Unique peace-building project now has its own Facebook page: Derry Journal

Sinn Fein lash SDLP over 'homophobic' council lights debate: The News Letter

Local Primark workers say they won't take off their Gaza loom bands: Belfast Media
David Whelan

Council challenged on boycott call by hate-crime victim rabbi: The News Letter

Scottish independence – How would 'Yes' vote affect Northern Ireland?: BBC
Vanessa Barford

'No Thanks' independence posters defaced: Daily Telegraph
Auslan Cramb

Offering more powers to Scotland may cause resentment: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

English voters send a message to Scotland – we can't go on living like this: The Spectator
Alex Massie

Scottish independence would have a devastating impact on the BBC: The Guardian
John Birt

Tuesday, August 19

Police recorded alleged dissidents interrogating suspected drug dealer: The News Letter

Police and MI5 covert surveillance fuels paranoia of the dissident republicans: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Cllr Wilson questions Commission on Rasharkin Parade: Ballymoney Times

United States doing more for Irish peace than Irish or British: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Eamon Delaney

Unspoken problems of Irish unity: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Cars destroyed amid 'loyalist feud': UTV

Cars torched in attack on cross-community worker in north Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Dunanney Centre in loyalist Rathcoole estate attacked over false claim it hosts Irish classes: Belfast Telegraph
Nevin Farrell

War memorial damaged in sectarian attack in Glenavy: BBC

Fresh row over IRA paramilitary video as tribute to Tony Catney branded evil: Belfast Telegraph
Ricky Thompson

IRA hardliner's clouded moral vision offers little light on 'struggle': Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Gaddafi's ex-spy chief 'offers to reveal IRA secrets to victims': The News Letter

High Court to rule on Michael McKevitt bid for release: The Irish Times
Ray Managh

Family call for witnesses to come forward: Belfast Media
Ciara Quinn

Corporation tax – Rate cut likely as Prime Minister David Cameron set to let Northern Ireland go it alone: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Scottish vote key to Cameron's decision: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Mayor calls for united front in fight for Magee: Londonderry Sentinel

Irish time zone change proposals blasted as 'ludicrous': Belfast Telegraph
Claire Cromie

Loyalists plan Galloway protest: Irish News
Connla Young

Newry and Mourne Council backs SF mayor on Israeli boycott: The News Letter

Unionists irked as Sinn Fein mayor of Newry Dáire Hughes survives confidence vote on Israeli boycott call: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Former Tyrone and Ardboe footballer Tommy McGuigan apologises for 'punch a Jew' tweet: Mid Ulster Mail

Stormont politicians' Middle East views 'predictable': BBC
Mark Devenport

Alex Salmond – 'we've never been closer' to Scottish independence: Daily Telegraph
Myles Burke

Salmond's fantasies make their mark on the real world: Daily Telegraph
Alan Cochrane

The Stuarts – is it still possible to make a 'British' TV programme on the history of Scotland? (Jul 30): TheGuardian.com
Mark Lawson

Monday, August 18

Call for clarity on McDowell IRA amnesty claim: Irish Examiner
Brian Hutton

Outrage at decision by Parades Commission to impose restrictions on annual Ballymaconnelly Sons of Conquerors Flute Band: Ballymoney Times
Claire Cartmill

Alliance slams burning of Union flags at bonfire in Londonderry: Belfast Telegraph

The Big Story – It's just the Robinson's family affair (Aug 17): Sunday Independent
Donal Lynch

Southern considerations shouldn't destabilise North – Mansergh: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Catholic churches damaged in sectarian attacks: Irish News

'Drunken hooligans' attack DUP man Sammy Brush for the 39th time: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Libya violence halts visit by delegation of Irish and British victims: RTE

North 'will be able to match corporation tax in South': Irish Independent
Liam Clarke and Colm Kelpie

Former suspect in the IRA's Castlereagh break-in is now running restaurant in Drogheda: The Sunday Life
Ciaran Barnes

Gerry Adams one of six TDs in €16k taxpayer-funded Irish language classes: Irish Independent
Alan O'Keefe

Why commemorating the Home Rule Bill would be unwise (Aug 16): The Irish Times
Ronan Fanning

Wall Street banks drawing up plans to move operations to Ireland in event of UK exiting EU – report (Aug 17): Sunday Independent
Karen Rebelo

What would a Scotland Yes mean to Northern Ireland? (Aug 4): OpenDemocracy.net
Aonghus Ó Ceallaigh

Support for a 'Yes' vote in Scottish referendum rises by 4% in a month despite voters' fears Salmond's currency policy is 'unconvincing': Daily Mail
Lucy Crossley

Arbroath edict latest episode in Scottish autonomy row: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Scotland's remote outpost splits on independence vote: USA Today
Kim Hjelmgaard

DUP accused of labelling pro-Palestine protesters unfairly: Belfast Telegraph
Cate McMurry

Newry mayor – Unionists to hold no confidence vote over Gaza letter: BBC

DUP's attempt to gag Galloway is hypocritical: (from the Sunday Life)
Suzanne Breen

Let the scoundrel George Galloway speak, but hold him to account: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

No oath, no passport. It's quite simple. Or is it?: Irish Independent
Ian O'Doherty

Sunday, August 17

Details within days on unionists' next step in 'graduated response' – DUP: The News Letter

Sammy Brush – DUP councillor in Ballygawley 'targeted for 39th time': BBC

Obscene shouts at Kilkeel republican parade: The News Letter

Graffiti daubed on churches and war memorial in Lisburn: BBC

Dominic Kirwan 'regrets' upset caused by tricolour at concert: Ulster Herald

Paramilitary 'final salute' to IRA veteran Tony Catney who was buried: Irish Mirror
Victoria McMahon

Why all this splashing out on entertaining when Stormont can't even govern? (Aug 15): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

No country on earth would hand its security over to an independent body: Sunday Independent
Michael McDowell

Sinn Fein on track for big gains – but not for government: Connacht Tribune
Harry McGee

No room at Fine Gael inn for John Bruton's ideas: Sunday Independent
John-Paul McCarthy

Abortion guidelines North and South deny women their rights under law (Aug 14): The Irish Times
Eamonn McCann

In praise of ..... Dean Victor Griffin (May 24): The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Salmond brands Australian PM Abbott's comments on independence 'foolish': Sunday Herald
Rebecca Gray and Tom Gordon

Scottish referendum – Countdown to a decision that will last for ever: Sunday Telegraph
Editorial

Ireland's past could have an answer to an independent Scotland's currency question (Aug 4): The Conversation
David Blaazer

A written constitution 'need not wait for Scottish independence' (May 21): Guardian.co.uk
Angus Reid

When Sinn Fein speaks about concern for the civilians and children of Gaza their hypocrisy insults our intelligence (Aug 14): Belfast Telegraph
Samuel Morrison

Gaza conflict brings home the need for us to work for peace (Aug 11): Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Saturday, August 16

Tale of two Parades reveals Commission double standards – Allister: Ballymoney Times

Republicans dragged into loyalist pipe bomb feud: Belfast Media
David Whelan

'Loyalist flags creating chill factor in Omagh' – MLA: Ulster Herald

Priest says sorry for praising IRA man Tony Catney at funeral: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Priest defends funeral comments about dissident republican: The News Letter

Twelfth of July spectator called policeman racist for stopping him throwing a band stick: Belfast Telegraph

Parade spectator handed suspended fine: UTV

Jobs cut at Healing Through Remembering voluntary group: The News Letter

Impasse in Stormont on welfare reform risks bigger fallout: The Irish Times
Editorial

Stormont hospitality bill leaves bitter taste: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Sectarian graffiti daubed on church: UTV

Rathcoole centre graffiti removed by Christian group: The News Letter

Integrated education – Hands up if you can spot blatant policy bias (Aug 12): Belfast Telegraph
Lindsay Fergus

Glasnevin tomb's round tower to come back from dead (Aug 8): The News Letter

Where politicians and art should meet: The Irish Times
Vincent Woods

Row erupts over Ballymoney firefighters at WW1 parade: Ballymoney Times

John Bruton's argument about Home Rule and 1916 deserves serious consideration: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Magaluf shame on our island – The Churches must step in (Aug 11): (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

George Galloway all clear to speak at Belfast event: The News Letter

DUP attempt to block 'incendiary' Galloway gig at Ulster Hall fails: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Australian prime minister warns against Scotland voting for independence and says separatists are 'not friends of justice or freedom': Daily Mail
Steph Cockroft

After Scotland, whither Britain? Divorce is a costly business (Aug 14): Irish Mirror
Alex Massie

New citizens should pledge loyalty to Canada: Toronto Star
Editorial



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