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Wednesday, August 31

PSNI confirm Daithi McKay affair has been raised with them: The News Letter

18 Sinn Féin members resign from party in North Antrim: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Sinn Féin 'disappointed' by resignations in north Antrim: ITV

Unionist MLA – SF walk-out a rare glimpse of independent thought: The News Letter

Are Sinn Féin resignations a blip or a sign of deeper malaise?: Irish News
John Manley

Máirtín Ó Muilleoir finds himself battling on Nama, Brexit fronts: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Thousands expected at anti-Parades Commission parade in Co Antrim: Belfast Live
Chris Kilpatrick

If PSNI focused less on handsome cops and more on Orange hall arsonists it would have better image: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

Paramilitary shooting in Londonderry: Londonderry Sentinel

Disgust in community at shooting of quiet, family delivery man, says Sinn Féin Councillor: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Family of murdered prison officer David Black's pain as court allows New IRA accused to go on a spa break: Belfast Telegraph
Ali Gordon

Fresh searches in Larne after Royal Marine terror probe arrest: Ballymena Times

Almost eight hate crimes reported to PSNI every day: Belfast Live
Michael McHugh

Ken Newell has been on an inspirational journey of peace and reconciliation: Irish News
Jim Gibney

Appeals made on International Day of the Disappeared: ITV

Omagh bomb victims wait 18 years for compensation: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

State Papers – Britain "dependent" on Unionists to run north (Aug 25): Irish News
Eamon Phoenix

Ken Bloomfield's offensive comment reveals much about attitudes in 1980s: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Why an 'Ulster Proddie' like me wants to become an Irish citizen: The Irish Times
Shaun Traynor

Bob Dunfey, an unsung American hero of Northern Ireland's journey to reconciliation: Belfast Telegraph

Brussels 'fact finding' trip for Ulster Unionists: The News Letter

Brexit risks 'diminishing' EU project, says Charlie Flanagan: Irish Examiner
Elaine Loughlin

Gordon Brown pushes the federalism envelope further still: The Herald
Editorial

Scotland's post-national nationalism (Aug 29): Washington Post
Barton Swaim

Celtic fans may be idiots, but I will still defend their right to wave flags: Irish Independent
Ian O'Doherty

Tuesday, August 30

Still no police complaint over McKay Nama scandal: The News Letter

McCallister – Nama probe 'will be quietly mothballed': The News Letter

All Nama coaching scandal questions must be answered (Aug 23): Irish News
Editorial

'Unprecedented' loyalist protest in Ballymoney over Parades Commission rulings: The News Letter

PSNI planning up to 6% budget cuts: Belfast Telegraph

Leading policing in Northern Ireland is no laughing matter: Irish News
Fionnuala O Connor

George Hamilton's outburst sparked vital debate (Aug 25): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

'Removing walls opens doors to a new shared space' – Fearon (Aug 19): Newry Times

Jewish cemetery attack shames city: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Son of murdered prison officer's pain at relaxation of accused's bail: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Nesbitt slams Sinn Féin over 'arrogant' take on truth recovery: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

State papers – Belfast's Conway Mill denied funding over IRA fears (Aug 26): Irish News
Eamon Phoenix

PSNI revelations over Enniskillen bomb 'raise more questions' about probe: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

State papers – Memo notes 'ghetto mentality' of west Belfast (Aug 25): Irish News
Eamon Phoenix

Why the victims killed in the Bayardo Bar massacre also deserve to be remembered: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

All sides need to answer hard questions and admit difficult truths: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Inside MI5 – My own safety does not keep me awake at night... you take certain measures and get on with life (Aug 9): Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

New Easter Lily monument for the Bogside area (Aug 5): Derry Journal

Corbyn chose IRA bombers over peacemakers of SDLP, claims Scottish Tory Davidson: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

No porridge on offer at former Crumlin Road jail in Belfast: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Gerry Adams has more in common with John Redmond than he might think: The Irish Times
Ronan O'Brien

Anti-Semitism bred by ignorance... just look at our attitudes to Israel-Palestine: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Celtic fans who vent their narrow-minded hatred of Israel should be given the red card: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Older people left 'distressed' at criticism of Brexit vote, says Commissioner Eddie Lynch (Aug 23): Irish News
John Monaghan

I was just 11 when I got caught up in a bombing in Belfast; after that I wanted to get into law enforcement... little did I realise I'd be doing it on such a worldwide scale': Belfast Telegraph

Replace House of Lords with elected senate, urges Gordon Brown: TheGuardian.com
Severin Carrell

New post-Brexit Home Rule settlement for Scotland could kill off SNP's second independence poll, says Brown: The Herald
Michael Settle

Monday, August 29

Mike Nesbitt hits out at Martin McGuinness over approach to dealing with past: Irish News

'Sinn Féin looking for handy PR with border poll' – FF's O'Brien: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Finance minister job not the glittering prize it once was (Aug 25): Irish News
Newton Emerson

We can't afford to fall behind in the devolution revolution (Aug 9): Belfast Telegraph
Esmond Birnie

Much groundwork needed before any poll on a united Ireland: Irish News
Deaglan de Breadun

Serious questions about beer, Brexit and a united Ireland that occurred to me over a creamy pint (Aug 10): Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Belfast republican parade passes off without incident despite loyalist protest: Irish News
Gareth McKeown

Bishop labels attack on Jewish graves in West Belfast a "blemish on our society": Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Joining the police force in Northern Ireland? Only the toughest need apply (Aug 26): Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

MI5's openness will help engender trust (Aug 8): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Watchdog never probed loyalist bonfire payments scandal: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Even the dogs in the street know the guilty are laughing at the law (Aug 18): Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

'Community groups' can get up to £5,000 to remove terror murals: The News Letter

State papers – Shadowy figure behind German talks revealed (Aug 26): Irish News
Eamon Phoenix

Perception of 'killing terror by kindness' risked IRA threat (Aug 25): The Irish Times
Eamon Phoenix

Government's red faces after weapons find (Aug 25): Belfast Telegraph

'Sad tale of bigotry' – Employment at Queen's University scrutinised (Aug 25): The Irish Times
Eamon Phoenix

Illegal Sinn Féin 'advice centres' posed problems for NIO in 1980s (Aug 25): Irish News
Eamon Phoenix

William 'Plum' Smith – Played central role in bringing about loyalist ceasefire: The Irish Times

John Hume pays tribute to 'great courage and courtesy' of Peter Barry: Belfast Telegraph

Ulster-Scots 'awareness' training for Mid Ulster Council staff: Tyrone Times

Daniel O'Connell deserves British honour, Mary McAleese says: The Irish Times

We need a change of culture for An Garda Síochána, not a new code: Irish Examiner
Michael Clifford

Uncertainty still the only certainty after Brexit vote: Irish News
Tom Kelly

Those using Scotland's deficit as an argument against independence are defying logic: The National (Scotland)
George Kerevan

The Guardian view on a second Scottish referendum – Sturgeon has no choice but caution: The Guardian
Editorial

For Yes to win, No must be wooed (Aug 28): Sunday Herald
Editorial

Sunday, August 28

Foster 'has given O Muilleoir soft landing on Nama': The News Letter

Now on his third political marriage, Martin McGuinness is going through a rough patch: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

May the force be with us: The Guardian
Victoria Coren Mitchell

Larne – police searches in marine's estate: The News Letter

Unbroken Continuity: Village
Marisa McGlinchey

Sinn Féin's west Belfast 'republic' rots in poverty: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Still no promise from McGuinness to reveal past: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Declassified Files – RUC in 1985 a motivated force winning terror battle: The News Letter
Sam McBride

In the 1980s, I went to a rally where Labour Party speakers shared the stage with men in balaclavas: New Statesman
Will Self

Northern Ireland – The Truth Or A Version Of The Truth?: News.Sky.com
David Blevins

Communist to intellectual... how Bert Ward gave unionists a voice at last within Labour: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Why we must never allow republicans to rewrite past and absolve the IRA of its guilt: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Good Friday Agreement baby Erin off to uni: Belfast Telegraph
Cate McCurry

Plain speaking Seamus Mallon marks a milestone birthday (Aug 15): Irish News
Tom Kelly

Calculating liars who seek to destroy other people must be jailed: The News Letter
Editorial

More alcohol seized from kids on St Patrick's Day than Twelfth (Aug 24): Irish News
Brendan Hughes

I spent 25 years looking for my Catholic mother and was ready to quit, but then fate intervened (Aug 17): Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Stephen Brimstone continues as DUP special adviser (Jun 15): Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Richhill man appointed special adviser to Secretary of State (Aug 26): The News Letter

Shifting winds in Maynooth – but Church must embrace change or lose its flock (Aug 27): Irish Independent
Martina Devlin

Irish president avoids the black and white view of the past (Aug 23): The News Letter
Editorial

The last thing this country needs as Brexit looms is further division (Aug 25): Irish Independent
Niall Holohan

Arrests made over alleged sectarian singing at Kilmarnock v Rangers game: The Herald
Martin Williams

SNP politician defends links to Orange Order: Sunday Herald
Tom Gordon

Nationalist fury as Tesco rename Scottish strawberries 'British' after English customers complain about saltire (Aug 24): Scottish Daily Record
Debbie Jackson

Saturday, August 27

Martin McGuinness – I would have no difficulty with talking about my IRA past: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Senior police officer says PSNI sickness levels 'not sustainable': BBC

Daithí McKay could be forced to appear before committee in first legislation test: Irish News
Allison Morris

O Muilleoir should step aside over Nama furore, but it's SF's call – Foster: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Muted call for finance minister to step aside reflects Foster's pragmatism: Irish News
John Manley

Coalition sniping does little service to either Sinn Féin or the DUP: Irish Independent
Mick Fealty

Bryson story overshadows the real problems at Stormont: Irish News
Patrick Murphy

Marching songs fail to bring home the futility of violence: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Border will be key part of Brexit negotiation, says SoS: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Extra time to question marine in terrorism probe: ITV

Organisations like the NCA are crucial in civilised societies: The News Letter
Editorial

Jewish graves Belfast City Cemetery attack anti-Semitic – Councillor Steven Corr: Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

NI terrorism – Royal Marine Ciarán Maxwell's detention extended: BBC

Anonymity request refused by judge: Derry Journal

Criminal Assets Bureau target Mr Big for €560k: Sunday World
Patrick O'Connell

Gerry Adams urged to apologise over 1981 hunger strike deaths: Irish News
Connla Young

Bobby Sands – 66 Days is most successful Northern Irish film in recent years: Belfast Live
Sarah Scott

Teenager's life during The Troubles backdrop to new Channel 4 sitcom (Aug 24): Belfast Telegraph

New prison service leader must address serious problems: Irish News
Editorial

Higgins's reflection on Civil War highlights edgy issues: The Irish Times
Diarmaid Ferriter

Peter Barry – A key architect of peace and king amongst Cork's merchant princes: Irish Examiner
Michael Clifford

Always against partition, as well as against violence: Irish Independent
John Downing

Former president Mary McAleese – Seminaries in Ireland should be 'gay friendly': Irish Independent
Geraldine Gittens

Church must build trust with openness (Aug 26): Irish Independent
Editorial

Why the rise in post-Brexit nationalism could have unexpected benefits (Aug 26): The Independent
Mary Dejevsky

An independent Scotland would now be bankrupt: The Spectator

Friday, August 26

Foster on Nama scandal – Ó Muilleoir 'should have stepped aside': BBC

Pearse Doherty – Sinn Féin Finance Minister Martin Ó Muilleoir must resign if he's involved in North Nama witness coaching: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan

Sinn Féin replaces McKay at Stormont with former MLA: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

On the trail of the third man in Nama 'coaching' furore... but he proves as elusive as a good word from the natives for Northern Ireland's politicians: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Brexit threat: Belfast Media
Andrée Murphy

Enda Kenny must push to keep Northern Ireland in EU: Irish News
Martin O'Brien

PSNI are told 'concerted' bid needed to end Orange attacks: The News Letter

Arrested Royal Marine Ciaran Maxwell 'beaten by Larne loyalists in 2002': Belfast Telegraph

Shooting victim claims police have threatened to charge him if he doesn't name gunman: Irish News
Allison Morris

Sligo men accused of IRA membership granted bail: The Irish Times
Brian Kavanagh

Viable pipe bomb carried into street by terrified friend of householder: Belfast Live
Jilly Beattie

Woman arrested after masked gang remove loyalist flags: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Call for paramilitaries to 'leave the stage' after hoax alert in Carrick: Carrick Times

Bomb found in north Belfast security alert connected to hate crime: Belfast Telegraph

Secretary of State meets with Fermanagh victims: Fermanagh Herald

NI pathologist compares Kingsmill murders to IS atrocities: ITV

14 'not arrested' in Enniskillen bombing enquiry: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

'I left the RUC 20 years ago, but still shed tears over the things I saw': Belfast Telegraph
Alan Simpson

IRA bomber McFarlane who killed five in bar blast given royal pardon as part of extradition deal: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

State papers – Memo notes 'ghetto mentality' of west Belfast (Aug 25): Irish News
Eamon Phoenix

State papers – Request for hunger strike interviews got mixed response: Irish News
Eamon Phoenix

State papers – British agreed to fund Irish-language daily newspaper: Irish News
Eamon Phoenix

Ballymurphy massacre victim and his wife who died 45 years apart buried together: Belfast Telegraph

UUP councillors back community centre on IRA name GAA site: Ballymoney Times

DUP anger as UUP splits over Glenariff GAA IRA gates controversy: Belfast Telegraph

Woman jailed for attributing false homophobic remarks to DUP's Jim Wells: The Irish Times
Paul Higgins

Wells pledges further action after woman sentenced for lying about him: The News Letter

Church must view decline of outdated seminaries as a chance for renewal: Irish Independent
Michael Kelly

A new Act of Union is needed to re-configure internal UK relationships: The News Letter
Alan Carson

McKee comments criticised by Israeli group: Clare Herald
Páraic McMahon

Ulster's cautious welcome for Colombia-FARC peace deal: The News Letter

Colombia peace deal 'historic' – Gilmore: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

Thursday, August 25

First picture of Royal Marine arrested on suspicion of Northern Irish-related terrorism offences as part of MI5 probe: Belfast Live
Chris Hughes , Anthony Boyd and Maurice Fitzmaurice

NI terrorism – Royal Marine arrest in Somerset was 'pre-planned': BBC

Philip McGuigan to replace Daithi McKay as Sinn Féin's North Antrim MLA: Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Féin's O Muilleoir – My hands are clean and I'll be vindicated by any inquiry: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Sinn Féin TD says that 'witness-coaching' row is embarrassing for McKay: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

DUP still intend to report SF ex-MLA to police: The News Letter

McKay witness scandal is just the latest blow to the onward march of Sinn Féin: The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

Hard to imagine SF's smooth operator Mairtin O'Muilleoir getting involved in crude tactics: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Unionists at odds in dispute over PSNI staffing levels: The News Letter

'We want police chiefs to support us on ground': The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Masked men remove Union flags in Castlederg: ITV

Frustration over Carrickfergus estate security alert: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Terror suspect accused of killing prison officer has bail conditions relaxed for 'spa break': Irish Independent
Deborah McAleese

Victims group 'heartened' after meeting with Brokenshire: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

How is pampering a human right? It's no wonder victims feel let down by system: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

Ballymurphy couple parted 45 years ago will be buried together in emotional joint funeral: Irish News
Allison Morris

UK officials 'reluctantly' agreed to Gerry Kelly royal pardon: Irish Examiner
Michael McHugh

Maze escapee was to be given royal pardon as part of extradition proceedings: Belfast Telegraph

Memo shows 'unease' among British officials at royal pardon for IRA's Kelly and McFarlane: Irish Independent
Adrian Rutherford

EddieMcGrady was opposed to John Hume-Gerry Adams talks: Irish News
Eamon Phoenix

Maze Prison hunger strikes – NI papers reveal officials' stance: The Irish Times
Eamon Phoenix

State papers – MacBride campaign helped fair employment change: Irish News
Eamon Phoenix

NI official bemoaned 'emotional' stance in Republic on unity: The Irish Times
Eamon Phoenix

Mental health of inmates better than English prisoners, 1980s files show: Belfast Telegraph

Memoir of Bloody Sunday victim's son hailed by TV writer McGovern: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Mystery over future of Co Antrim GAA club's 'IRA gates': The News Letter

Nama back channel revelations show how politics can be a dirty trade: Irish News
Allison Morris

'Secretary of State's no-show in Newry exposes lie', insists Murphy: Newry Times

After Brexit – Why I want to apply for an Irish passport: The Irish Times
Niall Flynn

Scotland must live within its means instead of relying on English taxpayers: Daily Telegraph
Editorial

Jailing extremists together 'will repeat error made in Northern Ireland': Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Wednesday, August 24

Finance minister urged to step down by committee pending deal probe outcome: The News Letter

SF's Ó Muilleoir refuses to quit over 'witness-coaching' row: Irish Independent
John Mulgrew

I had no knowledge of McKay's contact with Bryson – O Muilleoir: The News Letter

McGuinness has 'full confidence' in Ó Muilleoir as Finance Minister: ITV

SF minister should stand down during Nama enquiry, Nesbitt says: The Irish Times
Vivienne Clarke

Máirtín Ó Muilleoir under pressure as 'lone wolf' theory queried by Finance Committee: Irish News
Allison Morris

The DUP toes the line while the finance committee wastes time: Irish News
John Manley

Despite 'Brysongate' it's business as usual for Arlene and Martin: Belfast Telegraph
Rick Wilford

Who is the 'third man' in Sinn Féin and Jamie Bryson scandal?: Irish News
Allison Morris

DUP and Sinn Féin will want Nama coaching scandal to go away: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Northern Ireland secretary Brokenshire on board for Brexit talks: Belfast Telegraph

Brexit Briefing – Ireland's border conundrum: Financial Times
James Blitz

'My IRA call was wrong' says republican on policing body: The News Letter

'Show us we have your support', officers tell police chief as Twitter row rumbles on: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Chief constable experiences pitfalls of tweeting: Irish News
Editorial

Four Belfast arrests in dissident republican activity probe: ITV

Police Ombudsman urged to investigate death of republican: Irish News
Connla Young

Councillor charged with obstructing police officer: Belfast Telegraph
George Jackson

Holiday bail decision for terror suspect baffling – MLA: The News Letter

Adrian Ismay murder-accused Christopher Robinson warned about further bail breaches: Belfast Live
Alan Erwin

Glenariff project funding approved despite 'IRA gates' row: BBC

UUP councillors back community centre on IRA name GAA site: The News Letter

PSNI defends investigation linked to 'Derry Four' case: BBC

Money owed by Republic to Britain could be diverted north: Irish News
Jarlath Kearney

Historians hail call for Ireland to remember anti-Protestant attacks: The News Letter

BBC slammed after claiming Michael Conlan fought for Great Britain at Rio Olympics: Belfast Telegraph

Second independence poll draws nearer after Sturgeon says Brexit means UK safe haven claim is "bust": The Herald
Michael Settle

The SNP has played Scotland's Catholic Church for a fool: The Spectator
James MacMillan

Tuesday, August 23

Ó Muilleoir faces fresh calls to resign in North property scandal: Irish Independent
Adrian Rutherford

Finance Minister Mairtin O Muilleoir denies prior knowledge of McKay and Bryson tweets: Belfast Live
Chris Kilpatrick

Mairtin O Muilleoir accuses McKay and Bryson of 'subterfuge': Irish News
John Manley

Bryson – SF wanted me to pressure MLA to vote for public Nama probe: Belfast Telegraph

Jamie Bryson leaked Sinn Féin secrets as revenge on MLA McKay over parade: The Sunday Life
Sarah Henderson

Nesbitt seeks 'credible' investigation of Stormont row: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

First Minister Arlene Foster urged to break silence on Jamie Bryson backchanneling: Irish News
John Manley

Martin McGuinness 'like Manuel from Fawlty Towers': The News Letter

Emma Little Pengelly flies home to chair special meeting of Stormont finance committee: Irish News
Allison Morris

Jamie Bryson enjoys outcome of unlikely Sinn Féin collusion saga: Irish News
Fionnuala O Connor

'Bring back the IRA' comments prompt complaint to Policing Board: BBC

No need to get 'prickly' over united Ireland: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

UUP man gives account of 'hate crime' by republicans: The News Letter

Archibald hits out at burning of flags on Limavady bonfire (Aug 16): Derry Journal

NIHE 'paid £4k for bonfire damage claims' since 2011: ITV
Damien Edgar

John Boreland – last images of murdered UDA chief taken minutes before death (Aug 16): Belfast Telegraph
Ciaran Barnes

Willie Frazer condemns attack on office: The News Letter

Police chief Hamilton's 'dry your eyes' Tweets – Third generation police officer 'broken' by service in the PSNI: Belfast Telegraph

Former police boss McQuillan 'washed hands 30 times a day' while suffering PTSD after watching colleague die in bloody crash: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

'Twitter spat officer' accepts Chief Constable's apology: ITV

PSNI in Twitter storm after 'dry your eyes' tweet: BBC
Jayne McCormack

Dissident Dee Fennell's bail eased for holiday: ITV

Brady condemns attack on South Armagh memorial: Newry Times

GAA club chairman quits over plans to remove IRA men gates: Irish News
Connla Young

UDA killer of Catholic man in 1980 was former prison officer: Irish News
Connla Young

Suspect tortured by the past urged to come forward: Belfast Media
Evan Short

Step Inn widower calls for RUC to be 'shamed' for collusion: The Cross Examiner

Pat Finucane Centre accuses police of blocking Ombudsman Derry Four report: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

In Mitchell's memory – proud Cramlington mum unveils longed-for tribute to her murdered son: Cramlington Chronicle
Barbara Hodgson

Commemorating the past – No monopoly on virtue: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Liz Truss – British 'bill of rights' will replace Human Rights Act: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Jeremy Corbyn tried to ostracise me from Armagh family, says Labour MP McGinn: Belfast Telegraph

'The famine is over it's time to go home' graffiti on top Catholic school being treated as hate crime: Scottish Daily Record
Ryan Rowe

Leading historian Sir Tom Devine – SNP has five years before its popularity will begin to decline: The Herald
Phil Miller

Monday, August 22

SF denials on witness coaching dismissed: Irish Independent
Claire McNally and Kevin Doyle

Still no answers from Finance Minister Mairtin O Muilleoir on Nama coaching: Irish News
Simon Cunningham

SF's McKay tweets denial has echoes of Quinn murder case – UUP: The News Letter

Daithi McKay resignation over Jamie Bryson coaching claims – Sinn Féin may have a scapegoat, but this story is far from over (Aug 19): Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Why did Sinn Féin act so quickly to end the career of a rising star?: Irish News
Tom Kelly

Daithi McKay resignation over Jamie Bryson coaching claims – Whatever the truth, losing MLA is body blow Sinn Féin will struggle to recover from (Aug 19): Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Naomi Long's justifiable anger: Irish News
Editorial

Fears over dissident access to Semtex trigger explosives: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Splinter groups – Main players among dissident factions (Aug 18): The Irish Times
Brian Rowan

Housing Executive 'unaware' of building work at UDA mural: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Co Armagh Orangemen launch leaflet campaign: The News Letter

Northern politicians 'say two different things to two different audiences' in US: Irish News
Simon Cunningham

Under pressure PSNI owed 400 years' rest: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Northern Ireland police chief constable says officers overwhelmed by job should 'dry eyes out or move on': Daily Telegraph
Danny Boyle

An absolutely bog-standard case of ethnic territorial marking (Aug 18): Irish News
Newton Emerson

Reality of hunger striker Bobby Sands lost in the myth, says director of new film about Republican icon (Aug 21): Scottish Daily Record
Jamie Maxwell

Response to Bobby Sands film could be shown at Stormont: Irish News
Gareth McKeown

Has Foster 'woken up' about Brexit, or is that just 'fantasy politics'?: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

'Counterproductive' to use Brexit to make Northern Ireland 'land-grab': Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Féin to host Irish Passport Workshop: Ulster Herald

Ireland 'must show courage, honesty' in upcoming centenaries of War of Independence and Civil War: Irish Independent

Higgins – Ireland must not forget outrages against Protestants: The News Letter

Historic tribute to the Somme by military bands from north and south of Ireland: Impartial Reporter
Brian Donaldson

England manager Sam Allardyce calls for British football sides at next Games in Tokyo: Daily Telegraph
Ben Rumsby

Corbyn vows to scrap House of Lords amid 'radical overhaul' of UK democracy: The Independent
Caroline Mortimer

Why there is such resentment at Scotland being set on a course away from rest of the UK (Aug 19): The Herald
Kevin McKenna

Seeing Colombia's struggle to end 50-year conflict makes me realise how far we've come since dark days (Aug 13): Belfast Telegraph
Denis Rooney

Sunday, August 21

Jamie Bryson – I do not regret contact with SF figures: The News Letter

Lord Morrow lodges complaint with Assembly watchdog: ITV

Sinn Féin tried to blacken my name says Naomi Long (Aug 20): Irish News
Allison Morris

Sinn Féin proves there are no short cuts in evolution: Sunday Independent
Kevin Doyle

PSNI has to send two officers to protect one crime fighter due to threat from dissidents: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Meanwhile, there is no getting tough on NI terror: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Time to rename Northern Ireland's anti-peace groups as gangsters (Aug 19): The Guardian
Roy Greenslade

Anyone involved in terrorism that could kill must be jailed (Aug 16): The News Letter
Editorial

Parades Commission warned to 'wind its neck in' after Rasharkin band parade trouble: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

15-year-old boy accused of disorderly behaviour during Apprentice Boys' parade: Derry Journal

Police chief accused of 'stunning misjudgment' over late night Tweet: The News Letter

Chief Constable apologises for 'offence' over tweet: ITV

Police Ombudsman – Gun and ammunition found in filing cabinet of investigator (Aug 16): BBC
Vincent Kearney

RUC move found no family favour: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Seven men murdered in Mid Ulster during Bobby Sands' 66 days on hunger strike in film: Mid Ulster Mail

The hunger strike narrative is not as simple as it seems (Aug 20): The Irish Times
Diarmaid Ferriter

PSNI urged to state position on Bloody Sunday prosecutions (Aug 20): Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Trio of UUP top brass pay tribute to 'anti-extremist' unionist veteran: The News Letter

Sir Robin Chichester-Clark obituary: TheGuardian.com
Chris Ryder

Leo Varadkar – "I foresee a united Ireland at some point in the future": TheJournal.ie
Christina Finn

New massacre movie to be seen across the world: Belfast Media
Evan Short

'Offensive' drink slogan is just political correctness gone mad: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Marking the march to foundation of the State – not just armed highlights: Sunday Independent
William Lavelle

Minister at the centre of the Gaeltacht controversy now has more than just a cúpla focal: Irish Independent
Greg Harkin

Major blow to Garda as Assistant Commissioner resigns (Aug 20): Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Priests group – papal nuncio's policies 'out of sync' with Catholic Church (Aug 20): Irish Examiner
Joe Leogue

The next phase of Brexit – Will Ireland succumb next?: Salon.com
Chris Smith

Monica McWilliams – Time is not right to talk to ISIS (Aug 20): Irish News

Saturday, August 20

Calls for probe after Sinn Féin man says 'bring back the IRA': Irish News

UUP calls on O Muilleoir to temporarily step down for investigation: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Nama 'coaching' – McGuinness dismisses 'ludicrous' claims: BBC

McKay would not have done solo run – ex-Sinn Féin MLA: The News Letter

Nama – DUP appear happy to put a lid on the Daithí McKay affair: Irish News
John Manley

SF suspends Thomas O'Hara 'over Jamie Bryson contact': The News Letter

Suspended SF man didn't contact me... I'm sure it was Daithi McKay, insists Bryson: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Thomas O'Hara was stopped by armed men at loyalist roadblock in 2003: Irish News
John Monaghan

Suspended SF man didn't contact me... I'm sure it was Daithi McKay, insists Bryson: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

We can't take Sinn Féin denials at face value: The News Letter
Mike Nesbitt

'Even Charlie Haughey would have called this 'GUBU': Irish News
Colum Eastwood

Political storm over loyalist's odd-couple links to former SF foes: Irish Independent
Ivan Little

Protecting the shiny new DUP-Sinn Féin working relationship: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Were Sinn Féin orchestrating a conspiracy to oust Peter Robinson?: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Editorials

Politicians and activists from across religious divide join forces to fight Brexit in the courts: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Brexit – NI victims campaigner to be funded for court challenge: The Irish Times
Alan Erwin

Sinn Féin MLA pleased Rasharkin parade passes off peacefully: Belfast Telegraph

Missiles thrown after Rasharkin parade passes peacefully: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

McDonald denies South Belfast UDA involved in Boreland murder: Irish News
Allison Morris

Top loyalist kept banner for illegal paramilitary group as 'collector's item', court told: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

MI5 data-gathering powers helped thwart dissident attacks – report: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Sister's relief over Bloody Sunday probe development: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Anger at MLA's praise for hunger striker McCreesh: The News Letter

Planned cross-border air route downed by Brexit vote: Belfast Telegraph
Margaret Canning

Republican march is called off: Motherwell Times

Irish Republican march makes identical pitch for Clydebank parade hours after unanimous council rejection: The Herald

Friday, August 19

Crisis for Sinn Féin as MLA quits over witness coaching allegations: Irish Independent
Shane Phelan

DUP seeks PSNI and Stormont audit of Nama inquiry claims: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

McKay allegations 'profoundly disturbing' – McGuinness: ITV

Independent inquiry 'needed to restore public confidence': The News Letter

Nama scandal – Sinn Féin would welcome inquiry into 'coaching' of witness claims: BBC

Máirtín O'Muilleoir urged to answer what he knew about Jamie Bryson's Nama evidence: Irish News
John Manley

Jamie Bryson denies being 'coached' for NAMA appearance: ITV

Jamie Bryson – Sinn Féin may have leaked McKay Nama tweets: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Jamie Bryson threatens legal action over Nama email leaks: Irish News
Allison Morris

TUV – 'Stalinist' Sinn Féin would not have let McKay act alone: The News Letter

Daithi McKay resignation over Jamie Bryson coaching claims – Watch Sinn Féin spin doctor Thomas O'Hara's ambitions captured in bizarre video: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Nama: Who is Thomas O'Hara – the man who 'coached' Jamie Bryson before Stormont hearing?: Irish News
Allison Morris

Evidence casts shadow over Robinson's legacy: Irish Independent
Shane Phelan

Daithi McKay resignation over Jamie Bryson coaching claims – Sharp-suited young men think they're smarter than they really are: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Sinn Féin's Daithí McKay 'is an unlikely casualty of the Nama scandal': Irish News
Chris Donnelly

McKay is 'thrown to the wolves' as Sinn Féin seeks to protect the party: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Remarkable story of Nama 'coaching' unlikely to die off with Daithí McKay resignation: Irish News
Allison Morris

Daithi McKay resignation over Jamie Bryson coaching claims – The critics may mock him, but Bryson has rocked the foundations of Stormont: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Huge number of unanswered questioned must be investigated by proper inquiry: Belfast Telegraph
Sammy Wilson

Stormont's standing falls further after Daithí McKay's resignation over Jamie Bryson and Nama debacle: Irish News
John Manley

Any SF part in Robinson Nama claims may harm powersharing: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Nama – A day of high drama, yes, but not one to threaten Executive: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Questions over McKay's evidence which helped bar loyalist band: The News Letter

Orangemen blame Parades Commission and residents over £23k Drumcree cost: The News Letter

Outrage as Sinn Féin Policing and Community Safety Partnership member calls for return of the IRA: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Argos criticised over distribution of UDA T-shirts: Irish Independent
Deborah McAleese

Bogside clean-up expected to cost 'thousands': Derry Journal
Eamon Sweeney

Bloody Sunday – Files on soldiers not yet passed to the PPS: Derry Journal
Eamon Sweeney

Bloody Sunday investigators finish interviews with ex-soldiers: ITV

Sands film keeps breaking Irish box office records: Belfast Media
Brónach Ní Thuama

Remain must mean remain – why we need an all-Ireland response to Brexit: The Irish Times
Martin McGuinness

'I had to scream to get attention of the EU' – Martina Anderson: Derry Journal

Post-Brexit sterling slump makes NI cars cross-border bargain: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Thursday, August 18

Sinn Féin 'coached' Jamie Bryson before Nama hearing: Irish News
Allison Morris

Nama – DUP calls for police probe into allegations Sinn Féin 'coached' Jamie Bryson for Stormont finance committee appearance: Belfast Telegraph

Nama – Background to Jamie Bryson's Stormont evidence session 'is political dynamite': Irish News
Allison Morris

More defectors on way, claims Arlene Foster as Daniel Allen joins DUP ranks: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

We want to make Northern Ireland's voice heard, says Secretary of state James Brokenshire as he launches Brexit tour: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Orange hall attacks – Robust response needed now: The News Letter
Edward Stevenson

Attacking an Orange hall is a hate crime, pure and simple. So why is there no public outcry?: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Finlay angered but not surprised by Parades Commission response to his letter: Ballymoney Times
Claire Cartmill

Drumcree parade dispute still costs £23,000 a year to police: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Residents have their say on Bogside bonfire: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Bonfires not cultural or defiant but anti social: Irish News
Allison Morris

Councillor remains on police bail: The News Letter

Up to 70 people could be prosecuted for illegal republican parade, court hears: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Higgins

Dissident republicans still haven't gone away you know: The Irish Times
Brian Rowan

DUP raps granting of legal aid funds to Raymond McCord for Brexit challenge: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Prayers at Maze moved 'due to hurt among Troubles victims': The News Letter

Drinks company Volvic axes advert with slogan 'orange and proud' over fears it could offend Catholics: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Kennedy hits out at Sinn Féin over A6 'opportunism': The News Letter

Does anyone actually want a united Ireland?: Irish Post
Joe Horgan

State commemoration of 1916 has been a success (Aug 13): The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

The lesson we can learn from this decade of remembrance with Somme and Rising is death does not take sides: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Hanna

Takeover of UK Labour Party in North all too easy: The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

Labour leadership candidate Owen Smith wrong to link IS to Northern Ireland peace process – Jeffrey Donaldson: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Labour MPs urge Smith to attack Corbyn over IRA: The Herald
Kate Devlin

Furious Loyalists promise counter demonstration: Motherwell Times

Celtic face fine after fans unfurl Palestinian flag at Israeli match: The Herald
Brian Donnelly

'Sinn Féin will continue to raise the concerns of the Palestinian people' – Brady: Newry Times

Wednesday, August 17

Gerry Adams says dissidents 'at war' with nationalist community: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Dee Fennell responds to Gerry Adams' debate calls as Sinn Féin leader urges dissidents to end 'war' on west Belfast community: Irish News
John Manley

Car used in John Boreland murder 'stored' in Sandy Row: Irish News
Allison Morris

Police and unionist share fool's gold medal: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Londonderry pipe bomb attack 'was act of madness': BBC

Verbal fallout over Bogside bonfire continued throughout Monday: Derry Journal
Eamon Sweeney

Pipe bomb at Bogside bonfire condemned on all sides: Belfast Telegraph

Large crowd attends controversial Bogside bonfire: Derry Journal

No argument can justify bonfire: Irish News
Editorial

Barrier removal not a choice but an imperative: Irish News
Megan Fearon

Quietly, under this Northern Ireland pasture, the tectonic plates are grumbling (Aug 11): Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Parades Commission rejects two banned band review requests: Irish News
Connla Young

Former Ulster Unionist Allen joins the DUP: The News Letter

Two Sligo men charged with IRA membership: Irish Examiner

Aviation show pulled for third year over Maze site row: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Bishop Daly was 'most humane man I ever met': Derry Journal

Call for special pension for soldiers injured during Troubles: Belfast Telegraph

Mayo politician objects to 'elitist' Educate Together: The Irish Times
Aine Ryan

Special Dublin service to remember Royal Irish Constabulary dead: The News Letter

SDLP MLA Claire Hanna to visit grave of forgotten relative who died in First World War: Irish News
John Manley

Two-thirds worried about Brexit impact – but we're still spending: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Unionists will unite with noses held: The Scotsman
Euan McColm

Tuesday, August 16

Gerry Adams calls for dialogue with dissidents: ITV

Man handed suspended jail term for role in New IRA bomb bid: The News Letter

Demands for sentencing review after 'high risk' dissidents are released: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

'Pipe bomb' thrown at police patrol at controversial bonfire: BBC

Police hit back over 'PSNI – People Should Not Inform' posters: Belfast Telegraph
Cate McCurry

Zero tolerance, not a shrug of the shoulders, is needed for terror killings: The News Letter
Mike Nesbitt

'Dissident' bonfire is ignited: Londonderry Sentinel

'We need to move beyond this' – DUP MLA whose poster was placed on Bogside bonfire: The News Letter

Limavady bonfire – Housing Executive erect fire barriers to protect homes: Derry Journal
Sheena Jackson

Community outrage after Salterstown Orange hall destroyed in arson attack: Belfast Telegraph
Cate McCurry

Arsonists attack Salterstown Orange hall: Mid Ulster Mail

Loyalist residents and representatives reject deadline for interfaces: Belfast Media
Evan Short

Ardoyne march could take place in November as hopes rise of deal in north Belfast parade dispute: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Commission bans Dervock band from Rasharkin Parade: Ballymoney Times

Latest evidence of Parades Commission 'getting tough': Irish News
Connla Young

Parades Commission's 'secret justice' in Rasharkin: The News Letter

'A waste of money'... Belfast City Council shells out £6,000 to protect play area from Eleventh Night flames: Belfast Telegraph
Cate McCurry

John Boreland murder probe – Loyalist captured on CCTV minutes before shooting: Belfast Live
Chris Kilpatrick

New NI Secretary to canvass public opinion on Brexit: The Irish Times

Brexit hitting tourism in Border counties: Irish Independent
Greg Harkin

Arlene takes Leave of senses over Brexit: Belfast Live
Joe Lindsay

Step Inn bomb attack remembered 40 years on: Irish News
Connla Young

Bomb families congratulate the counter terrorism expert-turned MP: Ulster Herald
Peter Kelly

From segregation to integration by education: Irish News
Leona O'Neill

New data reveals PSNI and Gardaí face a 'hard border' when pursuing criminals: TheDetail.tv
Cormac Campbell

Old Firm boos cruise – Watch Celtic and Rangers fans clash on high seas off coast of Turkey: Scottish Daily Record
David Taylor

Irish republican march gets go ahead: Motherwell Times

SNP fell into the trap of believing its own hype over a second independence referendum: The Herald
David Torrance



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