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Friday, August 31

DUP claims post-Brexit northern MEPs would breach principle of consent: Irish News
John Manley

Gerry Adams: United Ireland makes economic sense and is affordable – 'It's no longer a matter of if but when': Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

DUP claim Sinn Féin set April 2019 date for Stormont return – 'More nonsense and drivel' says Sinn Féin: Belfast Telegraph

Charlie Flanagan describes new Garda chief Drew Harris as an Irishman: Irish News

Council motion to demand Sinn Féin mayor tells PSNI what she saw on night of McCartney killing: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Legacy Scandal – 'Victims should try to bring litigation to door of Sinn Féin-IRA terrorists,' says woman whose dad was murdered: The News Letter
Mary McCurrie

Troubles victims should get more time for a say on legacy consultation – UUP chief: Belfast Telegraph
Lauen Harte

Human Rights Commission gives qualified welcome to draft legacy legislation: Irish News
Allison Morris

Legacy Scandal – 'Sinn Féin wants to push on from On The Runs to wherever it can in its Brit bashing,' says Austen Morgan: The News Letter
Austen Morgan

Lodge Life – We must never forget sacrifice of brethren: The News Letter

Orange Victims Day – How UDR hero turned tables on heavily armed IRA gang: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Orange Victims Day – Tullyvallen became synonymous with sectarian slaughter: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Families hold out hope for a fresh inquest on 30th anniversary of 'Good Neighbour' killings: Irish News
Allison Morris

Declassified files – Document sets out how IRA lied about Warrington bomb warning: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Chief Constable – PSNI willing to review bail practices following Bryson arrest: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Sinn Féin councillor tweets about confidential discussion: The News Letter
Russell Keers

Sinn Féin slam 'disgraceful attack' on IRA memorial on anniversary of deaths: Belfast Telegraph

Parties still at loggerheads after report on DUP blocking of Pride flag: Belfast Telegraph
Gillian Halliday

Sinn Féin calls for end to 'sorry episode' of Renewable Heating Initiative scheme: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

DUP received more than £200,000 in public funds in three months: Belfast Telegraph

The divisions in Tipperary Sinn Féin are behind us – Mary Lou McDonald: Tipperary Star
Noel Dundon

Everything is basically as it was before the Pope arrived here: Irish Examiner
Alison O'Connor

Flanagan – President could be inaugurated earlier in day to accommodate Armistice event: Irish Examiner

Howlin writes to Taoiseach calling for date change to Presidential Inauguration: Irish Independent
Denise Calnan and Laura Larkin

Who can blame Declan Rice if he feels more English than Irish?: The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

Catholic Church condemns plan for Protestant march past Glasgow 'priest attack' church: The Herald
Martin Williams

Thursday, August 30

Brexit – Dominic Raab says Irish border deal is no nearer: BBC
John Campbell

Sinn Féin demands EU representation 'from Derry to Kerry' post-Brexit: Irish Examiner

Ireland is getting two more MEPs because of Brexit and Sinn Féin wants them to go to the North: TheJournal.ie
Rónán Duffy

British bullying on Brexit border issue may reignite The Troubles: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Ciaran Tierney

Cool response as Alliance bids to kick-start fresh political talks: Belfast Telegraph
Gillian Halliday

Time Bradley grew a spine and cut Stormont salaries: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

It's easy to sneer at We Deserve Better, but the hundreds of people standing in the rain last night showed that there is a genuine demand that a civic unaligned voice be heard: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

The Irish Times view on the Stormont stand-off – a betrayal of the public will: The Irish Times
Editorial

Controversial Belfast councillor Jolene Bunting to face suspension hearing: Belfast Telegraph

'Pride' flag row still rumbles on: Portadown Times
Carmel Robinson

DUP mishandling of Pope Francis invitation reflects badly on Arlene Foster: Irish News
Editorial

DUP obviously on charm offensive to soften its image (Jun 20): Belfast Telegraph
Jon Tonge

Threats for Northern Ireland houses scam exposed – Terror bosses on fake death threat given new homes (Aug 20): The Sunday Life
Ciaran Barnes

UDA leader Stitt facing court over possession of stun gun found in raid: Belfast Telegraph
Ciaran Barnes

Declassified files – Peter Robinson 'desperately wants to enter talks': The News Letter
Sam McBride

Declassified Files – RUC chief constable scathing about Garda cooperation: The News Letter
Sam McBride

John McCain a hero and man of principle who bravely put boot into the cowardly IRA: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

The public consultation on proposals to deal with legacy needs one month extension: The News Letter
Robin Swann

Sinn Féin sadness at Bank Buildings fire, yet IRA tried to destroy it in 1975: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Council bans 'glorification of terrorism' after Mairead Farrell GAA event: Belfast Telegraph
Gillian Halliday

Local terror victims welcome new UN day of remembrance: The News Letter

'We used to raid this place' – How it feels to return to Northern Ireland after 40 years: Daily Telegraph
Perry Bruce

President's swearing-in to clash with Armistice centenary: Irish Independent
Laura Larkin

Presidential inauguration – Change date to honour war end: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Devolution would help to restore province's productivity (Aug 28): Belfast Telegraph
Owen Reidy

Pope's visit a 'monumental disaster' for Dublin businesses (Aug 27): The Irish Times
Olivia Kelly

Media's attitude of begrudgery means it missed the true impact of Pope Francis' visit to Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

Ireland's flight from Christianity is on a par with rest of Europe: Irish Examiner
Victoria White

Sinn Féin supports calls for the Irish government to boycott the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest in Israel: Derry Now

Brexiteers and independence supporters are in no way the same (Aug 27): The National (Scotland)
Carolyn Leckie

Let the Orange Lodge step back, but continue marching: The Herald
Angela Haggerty

Wednesday, August 29

Thousands attend #WeDeserveBetter rallies across Northern Ireland: Belfast Live
David Young Andrew Madden

DUP and Sinn Féin blame each other as powersharing impasse milestone reached: Irish Examiner

Arlene Foster calls on Sinn Féin to end 'Stormont boycott': Belfast Telegraph

Sammy Wilson – DUP shares frustration of 'no government' protestors: The News Letter

Bradley urged 'to grasp the nettle' over an MLA pay cut at Stormont: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Northern Ireland economy now 'behind' due to lack of a devolved government: Belfast Telegraph
Margaret Canning

Q&A – What next for Northern Ireland after a record 589 days adrift?: The Guardian
Rory Carroll

How the problems of NI compare with those of Belgium: Belfast Telegraph
Lauren Harte

Northern Ireland's Stormont passes record time without government: The Times
John Walsh, Aaron Rogan and Henry Zeffman

People are paying the price for our lack of government: Belfast Telegraph
John Simpson

In a Northern Ireland without a government, things can only get worse: New Statesman
Patrick Maguire

589 days of limbo boil down to one thing – Northern Ireland needs leadership: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Brokenshire believes his illness contributed to instability: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

'Avoiding a hard Border in Ireland pivotal to Brexit talks' – German foreign minister: Irish Independent
Shona Murray

EU can be imaginative in Brexit talks, says Simon Coveney: The Irish Times
Derek Scally

Irish border question must be solved by UK, not EU, says Sweden: The Guardian
Lisa O'Carroll

Brexit debate ignoring potential erosion of human rights: The Irish Times
Michael Farrell

Pope Francis Ireland visit 2018 – Arlene Foster says nobody from DUP saw pontiff as invite was addressed to her 'personally': Irish Mirror
David Young

DUP would have had big publicity if one of their leaders had gone to papal events: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Jamie Bryson deserves support of NUJ, says ex-IRA man: Belfast Telegraph
Gillian Halliday

Drugs seized by Belfast police probing dissident republican terrorism: Irish Examiner

Charges against sectarian killer Christopher Kerr over custody escape withdrawn: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Higgins

Legacy Scandal – 'Victims are alarmed at plans for past,' says brother of man murdered by IRA: The News Letter
Ken Funston

Before Bloody Sunday there was Ballymurphy. Its story must be told: The Guardian
Callum Macrae

Woman in a time of war – A documentary on IRA bomber Dolours Price: Irish Examiner
Esther McCarthy

Declassified files – Possibility of 'turbulence' if NI Catholic majority neared: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Declassified files: Alasdair McDonnell tried to cross political divide – but John Hume blocked him: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Brokenshire to be pressed on progress on City Deal for Derry: Derry Journal

Disappointment over lack of support from unionist councillors for recent Foyle Pride events in Derry: Derry Now

Sinn Féin MP calls for direct Derry to Dublin train: BBC

Former DUP minister and spads due to appear in front of RHI inquiry: Irish News
John Manley

U2's Bono makes impassioned call for Germany to back Irish in EU: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Businessman urges feuding politicians to unite after Primark fire: Belfast Telegraph

Duff: We can't afford to tell Declan Rice to 'go do one' – our players aren't good enough: TheJournal.ie
Gavan Casey

American Catholics, Learn from Ireland's Bitter Experiences: NationalReview.com
Ciaran Burke

Scotland to strengthen ties with EU despite Brexit, says Mike Russell: The Scotsman
Catriona Webster

Tuesday, August 28

DUP says no return to border posts as politicians reject Rees-Mogg call for checkpoints: Belfast Telegraph

Coveney will ask German envoys for advice on Border: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

WTO has limited power to enforce border checks: The Times
John Walsh

Nigel Farage branded clueless by SDLP after his attack on EU's Brexit negotiator: Belfast Telegraph
Stewart Robson

'No-deal' Brexit poses a real threat to North's trade with Republic: The Irish Times
Colin Gleeson

Jacob Rees-Mogg's 'Troubles' border suggestion ridiculed: Derry Journal

Brexiteers show alarming ignorance about Irish border issues: Irish News
Editorial

Protests to mark North's 589 days of political impasse: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

NICVA calls on Secretary of State to take steps to restore decision making: Irish News
Áine Quinn

Why stalemate might mean nobody even wants a deal: The News Letter
Alex Kane

PSNI struggling to attract new Catholic recruits: ITV

'As far as helping get women into positions of power, our party did nudge it along but it's not nearly as far down the line as it should be by now': Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Sinn Féin leader Mary Lou McDonald ramps up Election planing with Laois visit: Leinster Express

Ardoyne security alert sees homes evacuated: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

SDLP councillor Cahill sings praises of Royal Black parades: Belfast Telegraph
Brett Campbell

Louth Sinn Féin to hold Hunger Strike Commemoration this Saturday: TalkoftheTown.ie

Global victims inspired by Omagh survivors: Ulster Herald
Peter Kelly

Who are Colin and Wendy Parry?: Manchester Evening News
Paul Britton

Declassified files – SDLP under Hume 'lacked unifying policies': The News Letter
Sam McBride

Legacy Scandal – 'Most MPs are unaware how one-sided the approach to the past has become,' says Danny Kinahan: The News Letter
Danny Kinahan

Narrow Water massacre, 1979: The bombmaker's story: The Irish Times
Jaki McCarrick

RTÉ says Irish sign language interpretation of papal visit 'not possible': The Irish Times

Presbyterian moderator – 'I came to see pope in order to reach out to our Catholic friends': The News Letter
Ben Lowry

As confident unionists we knew it was right to be there: Belfast Telegraph
Robbie Butler

Ireland has changed, but around one in ten of the population still turned out to see Pope Francis. It's a pity the DUP didn't take the opportunity to forge alliances with fellow conservatives: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

No, the Church Does Not Love Ireland: New York Times
Susan McKay

Pope's visit a vital boost for persecuted Catholics: The Irish Times
Maria Steen

Too early to say if Pope's visit to Ireland will alter anything, such is fury at Church failings: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

The papal visit was a huge moment in Irish history: The News Letter
Editorial

DUP's Christopher Stalford – Criticism of attending GAA match 'strange': Irish News
Brendan Hughes

West Ham ace Declan Rice at centre of international tug-of-war between England and Republic of Ireland: The Sun
Phil Cadden

James McClean joins in criticism of Declan Rice: TheJournal.ie
Paul Fennessy

Orange Order planning 'Unpeeling the Orange' event in Glasgow hotel to 'showcase' organisation: Scottish Sun
Jonathan Whitelaw

Monday, August 27

Fianna Fáil merger with SDLP could destabilise North: The Irish Times
Alex Kane

Citizenship and rights belong to unionists more than republicans and it's time we reclaimed them (May 24): Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Political divisions behind rival August 15 bonfires: Derry Journal

Concerns raised over plans to scrap council equality working group: Irish News
Connla Young

Paramilitaries offering £1,000-a-week door staff 'deal' for North Down bars and bistros: Belfast Live
Jilly Beattie

Why, for unionists, Britishness will always be more about the heart than the head (Aug 16): Belfast Telegraph
Jim McAuley

Our Celtic identity might not be what we think it is: TheJournal.ie
Caomhín De Barra

Taylor jailing and stop and search huge issues: Derry Journal

The IRA is being appeased on legacy issues and many of their victims are voiceless, says leading detective (Aug 25): The News Letter

'End the witch-hunt' Special forces veterans unite against May amid plans for £150m probe (Aug 26): Sunday Express
Charlie Moloney

Legacy Scandal – 'It is remarkable there is no planned historical commission on the past,' says Arthur Aughey (Aug 24): The News Letter
Arthur Aughey

Haughey in difficulty, Ahern under pressure and Reynolds 'not impressive' (Aug 24): The Irish Times
Eamon Phoenix

NIO – DUP started as 'crypto-fascist splinter group' (Aug 25): The News Letter

1993 – Chinks of light appear in a dark year of the Troubles (Aug 24): The Irish Times
Eamon Phoenix

Tributes paid to plastic bullet campaigner Brendan Duffy: Irish News
Connla Young

Pope sends 'warm greeting' to people of Northern Ireland: RTE

Crowds for Phoenix Park Mass fall well below expected level of 500,000: Irish Independent
Aoife Moore

Taoiseach's words to Pope uncompromising: RTE
Mícheál Lehane

Ireland needs to be mature enough to greet the Pope without losing its mind (Aug 26): Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

We must celebrate diversity of opinion rather than intolerance (Aug 26): Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Papal Contrition: The Times
Editorial

Troubles tours help Belfast to top four spot on tourism list: Belfast Telegraph
Brett Campbell

Puigdemont – Scotland will win independence in no-deal Brexit: The Times
Magnus Linklater

European scepticism about an independent Scotland gone, says minister: The Scotsman
Lynsey Bews

Scottish football fans join forces to kick fascist hatemongers out of the game (Aug 22): Scottish Daily Record
Stephen Stewart

Sunday, August 26

No-deal Brexit will break up UK, warns Van Rompuy: The Guardian
Michael Savage

'He is SO ILL-INFORMED!' Ireland LASHES OUT at Jacob Rees-Mogg after SHOCK VIDEO emerges: Sunday Express
Joey Millar

The irksome headlong Brexit rush for Irish passports: Financial Times
Amanda Coakley

Malice is keeping the border alive in hearts and minds (Aug 24): The Times
Jenny McCartney

Sinn Féin boycott of Westminster 'would make it difficult to impose direct rule': Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Row emerges ahead of Stormont protests: The News Letter

Lack of 'peace dividend'in Moor feeds disaffection: Derry Journal

Pope Francis urges Northern Ireland to overcome stalemate: Belfast Live
Andrew Madden

Son of Ian Paisley 'cannot understand' why Protestant churchmen would meet Pope: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

Northern Ireland voices have their say on Pope visit – 'A watershed moment for the Church and it should be celebrated': Belfast Telegraph
Gillian Halliday

On the streets of Coleraine, Protestants show little opposition to meetings with Pope: The News Letter
Niall Deeney

I want to make sure that a forward-thinking unionism is represented at Pope visit: Belfast Telegraph
Robbie Butler

If the Presbyterian Moderator can meet the Pope, why can't a senior DUP figure?: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

The DUP has missed an opportunity by not meeting Pope Francis on his Irish visit this weekend: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

The change from being a protester to a spectator of marches is a step in right direction: Belfast Telegraph
Mairia Cahill

Northern Ireland veterans don't want an amnesty, they want level playing field on legacy investigations: The News Letter
Anto Wickham

Legacy Scandal – 'There is a victim hierarchy with terror victims at the bottom because they don't issue threats,' says Norman Baxter: The News Letter
Norman Baxter

How British tried to stop President Clinton "meddling" in Northern Ireland: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

Former top civil servant warned of 'deep divisions' and 'unionist alienation' (Aug 25): Irish News
Eamon Phoenix

British officials angry as RUC get notification of tánaiste's visit to Antrim in Irish (Aug 24): The Irish Times
Eamon Phoenix

Ian Paisley wrongly believed 1992 talks chair had links to Catholic Church: The News Letter

From Dublin, the six counties look 'unnaturally sundered' – British ambassador: The Irish Times
Eamon Phoenix

The Ballymurphy Precedent review – touching personal accounts of the Troubles (Aug 24): The Guardian
Cath Clarke

My mum and dad were from Catholic and Protestant homes, married months after their first date and had a child within a year ... yet their love story stood the test of time: Belfast Telegraph
Kerry McLean

Skills report warns Brexit will hit thousands of border students: Derry Journal

Irish PM – time to move Catholic church from centre of society: The Guardian
Harriet Sherwood

History can't be rewritten but the relationship between Church and State has changed forever: Sunday Independent
Kevin Doyle

Four decades since the last papal visit, a very different Ireland greets a very different pontiff: Washington Post
Siobhán O'Grady

When euphoria dies down, Church of Ireland might provide glimpse of future: Irish Independent
Ivan Yates

Description of Yes result as an end to Catholic Ireland greatly exaggerated (May 29): The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Saturday, August 25

We can't say what Irish Government will do, Cabinet Minister defends 'phone Dublin' Brexit advice: Belfast Telegraph

UK's 'talk to Ireland' advice over no-deal Brexit 'embarrassing': Irish Independent
Shona Murray

Britain is showing contempt to North over Brexit, O'Neill warns: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

'Outrageous' Michelle O'Neill tweet 'masking Sinn Féin failures,' says DUP's Hamilton: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Brexiteers' Irish border plans condemned as 'ill-informed': The Times
John Walsh

Chancellor warns no-deal Brexit to have largest negative impact on Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Richard Wheeler

Michel Barnier wants an active IRA again, claims Nigel Farage: The Times
Giles Whittell and Francis Elliott

SF go potty over planters in Ulster Scots but houl their wheesht if you mention the £25m for Gaelic (Jun 7): Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Stormont stalemate – 541 days on the hill without government: BBC
Jayne McCormack

North's society is as divided as Stormont: The Irish Times
Susan McKay

Ex IRA man to Rev Good – 'Is this as good as it gets for Christian peace-making?': The News Letter
Shane Paul O'Doherty

Pope in Ireland – Comments on my decision to meet Francis belong in past, says UUP's Butler: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Ian Paisley's wife backs Ulster Unionist's decision to attend papal event: Irish News

If Protestantism continues to weaken, it's only a matter of time before a pope heads north: The Times
Kyle Paisley

Mairia Cahill to attend Royal Black Last Saturday parade: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

'PSNI have removed controversial bail condition' claims Jamie Bryson: Belfast Telegraph

Anger after 'hate' leaflets posted into Derry homes by far-right group Britain First: Derry Now

Omagh bomb officers – We were wronged by O'Loan probe: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Charity 'sorry' for keeping shop open during Omagh commemoration: Belfast Telegraph
Brett Campbell

John Hume target of John Major's wrath over 1992 talks: Irish News
Eamon Phoenix

Declassified files – John Hume's focus was Ireland as whole, not NI, SDLP man told NIO: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Possible Catholic majority in Northern Ireland raised 26 years ago: Irish News
Eamon Phoenix

Declassified files – Top civil servant thought Anglo-Irish Agreement was 'flawed and one-sided': The News Letter
Sam McBride

Ulster's first civil rights march 50 years on: The National (Scotland)
Martin Hannan

Sinn Féin slammed over 'opportunistic' civil rights commemoration set to take place in Derry in October: Derry Now

The lost story of Northern Ireland's first civil rights march: The Irish Times
Lisa O'Carroll

Northern Ireland actor who received loyalist death threat to open Broadway play: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

'She has shown the courage that I would love the Pope to show' – McAleese praised after TD's 'get off stage' jibe: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Leo Varadkar glad Church is 'less dominant' in Ireland: BBC
Martin Bashir

Pope Francis will visit a much-changed land from Ireland in 1979: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Losing our religion – Can Francis offer new hope and energy to Church?: Irish Examiner
TP O'Mahony

The Irish Times view on the papal visit – a country transformed: The Irish Times
Editorial

Pope must address abuse scandals that have damaged Catholic Church in Ireland: Irish News
Editorial

Orange Order cancels Glasgow parade after chiefs forced to re-route march away from 'priest attack' church: Scottish Daily Record
Kathleen Speirs

Friday, August 24

'Ask Irish for advice,' UK government tells cross-Border firms: Irish Independent
Shona Murray

NI customs checks would take place in Britain under new plans: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly and Denis Staunton

Expensive food and red tape at the border – Businesses and politicians react to No Deal Brexit plan: Belfast Telegraph

Northern Ireland firms dismayed at May's 'ask Dublin' Brexit advice: The Guardian
Lisa O'Carroll

UK government criticised over 'speak to Dublin' advice in no-deal Brexit scenario: Irish News
John Manley and Gareth McKeown

UK report on no-deal Brexit highlights consequences few considered: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

British solutions make for frightening reading, so let's hope it scares them into a softer exit: Irish Independent
Shona Murray

Brexit no-deal scenario would be a disaster: Irish News
Editorial

The Irish Times view on the Brexit papers – the no-deal nightmare: The Irish Times
Editorial

Former Taoiseach Bertie Ahern says Brexit transition period won't happen until after next British general election: Irish Mirror
Michael McHugh

SDLP leadership brand Fianna Fáil merger talk 'unhelpful': Irish News
John Manley

Why the Republic must consider rejoining the Commonwealth: The Irish Times
Richard Humphreys

So much achieved, so please don't squander it (Jun 7): Irish Echo
Terry George

Police investigate intimidating posters in south Belfast (Aug 23): Irish News
Allison Morris

Monica McWilliams – No place for paramilitary gangsters: Irish Examiner

Protestant church leaders seem to be ashamed of their faith: The News Letter
Kyle Paisley

Officer tells bomb trial – I wasn't able to stop speeding cars: Londonderry Sentinel

NICRA anniversary hijacked by Sinn Féin claims ex-DCA member: Derry Journal

SDLP founding member hails success of civil rights movement: The News Letter

The Civil Rights march and the placards of hate that no one seems to want to discuss: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Ballygawley bomb 30 years on: 'I am not bitter – I mainly feel guilty I could not save more' (Aug 20): The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Legacy Scandal – 'There's an immense moral difference between a bomber killed by their bomb and a bystander killed,' says Canon Ian Ellis: The News Letter
Ian Ellis

British tried to stop Clinton's plan for peace envoy to the North: The Irish Times
Eamon Phoenix

DUP's Peter Robinson repeatedly raised an independent Northern Ireland – even while he said he opposed it: iNews.co.uk
Sam McBride

Irish official said 'all unionists are bigots', British ambassador claimed: The Irish Times
Eamon Phoenix

Martin McGuinness's contacts with leading Tory politicians in 1992 revealed: The Irish Times
Eamon Phoenix

Pope in Ireland – Why meeting Francis would have been an easy gig for Arlene Foster (Aug 21): Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

As Pope Visits Ireland, Scars of Sex Abuse 'Worse Than the I.R.A.': New York Times
Kimiko de Freytas-Tamura

Abuse crisis will dominate Pope Francis's Irish visit: Irish News
William Scholes

In Ireland, changeable never changes: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

What happened to Catholic Ireland?: BBC
Eimear Flanagan and Nuala McCann

'Why are we going to see the pope? We are part of a rich tapestry': TheJournal.ie
Larry Donnelly

Céad míle fáilte is my religion, the anti-Pope mob won't shout me down: Irish Examiner
Victoria White

Church ready to play a positive role in the new Ireland's civic society (Aug 23): Irish News
Donal McKeown

'McAleese needs to get off the stage' – Independent TD Mattie McGrath (Aug 23): Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Orange Order accuse Glasgow City Council of 'discrimination' after march forced to re-route away from 'priest attack' church: Scottish Daily Record
Nicholas Keyden

Meet the pro-union activist who has worked for the Orange Order and denies Jews were murdered in gas chambers (Aug 5): Sunday Herald
Peter Swindon

Thursday, August 23

Judicial review denied into hiring of PSNI deputy as Irish police chief: The Guardian
Lisa O'Carroll

Dublin's acceptance of Drew Harris is a welcome sign of change: The News Letter
Editorial

Sinn Féin richest party in Northern Ireland with £1m income... raking in twice as much as DUP: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

It would be an immense tragedy if NI peace failed now, says Belfast Agreement negotiator George Mitchell: The News Letter
Michael McHugh

Protest planned over lack of political progress: Portadown Times
Carmel Robinson

Political stalemate is harming our economy: Irish News
Editorial

Louth Sinn Féin TD calls Fianna Fáil hypocrites over Westminster elections stance: Dundalk Democrat
Donard McCabe

Fianna Fáil's move North is a long time coming: The Irish Times
Stephen Kelly

DUP's Campbell slams Sinn Féin over civil rights celebrations: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Bain

Legacy Scandal – 'We're on verge of fostering a pro terrorist, anti state view of the Troubles,' says academic: The News Letter
Cillian McGrattan

Police said viable devices discovered in north Belfast had been 'crudely hidden': Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Racist crimes outnumber sectarian incident in Northern Ireland in past year: Belfast Telegraph

Lodge Life – Order to fall silent on day of remembrance for its Troubles victims: The News Letter

Nuala O'Loan Omagh bomb comments 'best thing on worst day of my life,' says mother of victim: Belfast Telegraph

Bryson won't receive any assistance from the NUJ, says secretary – I just want to be accepted as an equal says blogger: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Bain

Foster has blown an important opportunity by not meeting the pope: The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

Catholics crestfallen that pope not visiting Northern Ireland: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Human rights group questions the legality of strict security measures during Pope's visit: Irish Examiner
Caroline O'Doherty

Pope Francis Will Be Visiting a Changed Ireland: New York Times
Jason Horowitz

Pope's visit could be the turning point for church mired in abuse scandals: Belfast Telegraph
Martin O'Brien

Catholic Church culpable, but Sinn Féin has brass neck to lecture anyone on abuse – Cahill: Belfast Telegraph
Lauren Harte

It's too late. Not even Pope Francis can resurrect Catholic Ireland: The Guardian
Fintan O'Toole

McAleese trying to raise profile of son with attacks on Church, says Fine Gael official: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Customs expert warns of 'no deal' Brexit chaos: Irish Independent
Shona Murray

Bridge to Scotland an option that would literally override sea border and tie islands together: Belfast Telegraph
Jane Morrice

Police warn of 'potential violence' as Orange Order refuse to re-route march away from church where priest was allegedly 'attacked': Scottish Daily Record
Jack Aitchison

No deal Brexit does not threaten union, says Prime Minister's deputy: The Scotsman
Lynsey Bews

Wednesday, August 22

Belfast man launches legal challenge against top Garda appointment: The Guardian
Lisa O'Carroll

New Garda chief 'incapable of being independent', court told: Irish Independent
Aoife Moore

Minister's plea to DUP and Sinn Féin leaders to return to Stormont: The News Letter
Duncan Elder

Ireland on verge of a 'seismic shift': Irish Echo
Anthony Neeson

SDLP silent on claim Fianna Fáil merger talks 'most serious yet': Belfast Telegraph

The Irish Times view on the Fianna Fáil/SDLP merger – a cross-border union takes shape: The Irish Times
Editorial

Ireland trapped by 'hardline' EU and Leo Varadkar Brexit positions says ex-Europe minister: Daily Express
Thomas Hunt

Finbarr Bermingham comments on Brexit and the Irish Border negotiations: Impartial Reporter
Mark Conway

Election watchdog fines for DUP and TUV: Irish News
John Manley

Stormont and Belfast council still to agree on bonfire removal costs (Aug 21): Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Bonfire hatred drags decency into gutter: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Pope in Ireland – DUP has shot itself in foot by snubbing invite, insists Catholic UUP councillor: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Pope hopes visit will foster 'reconciliation': The News Letter

McGrath – the criticism is overdone, a 'céad míle fáilte' awaits pope: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

Why declining invite to meet Pope is missed opportunity for unionist leaders: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Canary Wharf IRA bombing survivors meet officials to talk compensation plans: Docklands and East Anglia Advertiser
Alex Shaw

Mother of Omagh bombing victim Aiden Gallagher breaks silence in emotional letter: Irish News
Seanín Graham

Derry Sinn Féin councillor welcomes news that drivers can have their name printed in Irish on their licence: Derry Now

Legacy scandal – 'Republican conspiracy nonsense has been indulged and the RUC trashed': The News Letter
William Matchett

Omagh bombing gave our victims' support group impetus, says SEFF chair (Aug 16): Belfast Telegraph
Gillian Halliday

Defence Forces played key role in ensuring State's stability during Troubles: Irish Examiner
Dan Harvey

Not all Presbyterians as intolerant as its institutions (Jun 12): Belfast Telegraph
Richard Hill

Derry Sinn Féin MLA calls on IFA to cancel Northern Ireland's friendly match with Israel at Windsor Park: Derry Now

Fury after hurlers celebrate All-Ireland win with IRA song: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Bain

GAA, IFA and rugby join up to unite communities via sport: Impartial Reporter
Julie Kenwell

Sinn Féin slammed for calling on IFA to cancel friendly against Israel: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria Leonard

Tuesday, August 21

Sinn Féin's Connolly House Andersonstown Road office damaged in arson attack: Belfast Live
Claire O'Boyle

Sinn Féin Belfast HQ 'could have been destroyed' in arson attack: Irish Examiner

Arson attack won't stop Sinn Féin representing electorate, says abstentionist MP: The News Letter

Sinister attack on political process: Irish News
Editorial

SDLP's McCrossan accuses Sinn Féin of rewriting Civil Rights campaign's history: Belfast Telegraph

Fianna Fáil and SDLP in negotiations over merger: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

Methodist minister and peacemaker Rev Harold Good calls for DUP and Sinn Féin leaders to 'come together' to restore power-sharing: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Edwards

A Civic Forum could help get Stormont up and running again: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Return of checkpoints will be more than an inconvenience: The Irish Times
Una McCaffrey

DUP owes Catholics an explanation for Pope Francis Dublin reception snub, says Alban Maginness: Irish News
John Manley

If Foster met the Pope it would be reciprocation for McGuinness meeting the Queen... though the truth is some nationalists criticising her for not doing so wouldn't go to see him themselves: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

PeacePlayers host cross-community Belfast Interface Games for young people across city: Belfast Live
Sarah Scott

Loyalist bonfire clean-ups cost road service almost £70,000 in three years (Aug 17): Irish News
Brendan Hughes

By launching Feile, Varadkar showed he'd rather woo Sinn Féin than fight republicanism: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Blogger Jude Collins' claim that Real IRA did not murder Omagh bomb victims is grossly offensive: Irish Mirror
Paddy Clancy

Troubling poster in Belfast's Cathedral Quarter mocks Protestant 'bigotry' but is itself bigoted: The News Letter
David Gilliland

Relations between community and police in Londonderry have deteriorated – report: Belfast Telegraph

Bomb left under police officer's car 'attempted murder': BBC

Loyalist Bryson in 'journalistic privilege' claim over laptops seized by PSNI: Belfast Telegraph
Stewart Robson

National Union of Journalists in split over Jamie Bryson support: Belfast Telegraph

Quaker trust gave cash to Northern Ireland charity with staff 'linked to terror groups': The Sun
Chloe Mayer

IRA threatened surgeon for treating soldiers: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Essays will examine a legacy bias that has become a scandal: The News Letter
Editorial

Legacy Scandal – 'Security forces must be protected from witch-hunt to appease IRA': The News Letter
Tim Collins

Northern Ireland's Israel game will kick off, IFA responds to Sinn Féin calls for fixture to be cancelled: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Old IRA disappearances 'off the scale' compared with PIRA: The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

Trinity applications hit by Brexit fears: Irish Independent
Katherine Donnelly

The presidential election – Office is still worthy of a real contest: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Colm O'Gorman – Pope should 'tell the damn truth' about abuse cover-up when he's here (Aug 2): TheJournal.ie
Michelle Hennessy

Ireland is grown up enough to have an honours system (Jun 25): The Irish Times
Joe Lynam

Monday, August 20

UK ramps up Brexit talks amid warning deal will be blocked in parliament: Irish Independent
Kylie MacLellan and Laura Larkin

Bernadette McAliskey's blunt verdict: Irish News
Editorial

If Nuala O'Loan has new evidence she should share it with the PSNI, if not she should apologise to Special Branch officers (Aug 17): Belfast Telegraph
William Matchett

Mitchel McLaughlin – 'Ireland is on the verge of another seismic shift towards a new, agreed and united Ireland': Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

'There's a real dearth of leadership in unionism – they don't know how to argue for the Union properly' (Jul 23): Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

'Religious imposter' – Free Presbyterian church urges followers to reject Pope's visit: Belfast Telegraph

Bloody past collides with hope and religious change in a Belfast pub (Aug 15): Crux
Claire Giangrave

Family of UVF murder victim threaten legal action in a bid to have Moygashel 'hate' banners removed: Irish News
Connla Young

Soldier killed in Ballygawley bomb had 'paid to come out of Army': BBC

Shocking and repulsive Derry bonfire images a reminder of a past to which we don't want to return: Irish News
Michelle O'Neill

'It's getting harder to live with as time goes by. I have flashbacks': Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Hundreds of anti-abortion campaigners join event to mark the 50th anniversary of north's first civil rights march: Irish News

After 250 years the last of the Irish-born have come to US (Aug 1): Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

Fake history is every bit as bad for society as fake news: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

The pope is set to visit an Ireland where true believers are in steep decline: Washington Post
William Booth and Amanda Ferguson

Francis will be greeted by show of faith, whatever our scepticism: Sunday Independent
Dearbhail McDonald

The Pope needs to take a stand on abuse in his church: The Sunday Times
Editorial

The Pope's visit and modern family life: Irish Independent
Editorial

Blaming Old Firm clashes for spikes in domestic violence 'trivialises' issue new study finds: Scottish Sun
Alice Walker

Beware the new Ireland does not become as oppressive as the old (Jun 26): The Irish Times
Gerard Moloney

Sunday, August 19

Northern Ireland veterans claim they are being hounded over The Troubles: Birmingham Mail
Mike Lockley

Legacy imbalance against state forces needs radical remedy (Aug 4): The News Letter
Editorial

Tubridy launches his mission to heal the wounds of Brexit: The Times
Jennifer O'Brien

In Ireland, lines are blurring because of Brexit – either a disaster or a full unification is on the horizon: The Independent
Mary Dejevsky

Commonwealth is no answer to Brexit worries – it's barely even a distraction: The Sunday Times
Newton Emerson

Police examined Jeremy Corbyn links to pro-IRA group Red Action: The Sunday Times
Andrew Gilligan

Jude Collins has helped us see what many people think about terrorism: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

How thousands of pounds of your money is used to bankroll festival that ends in 'Ooh, ah... up the 'RA' (Aug 16): Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Man cleared of two dissident murders is picture of health at killer pal's wedding – after doctors said he'd be dead: Irish Sun
Jason Johnson

Former loyalist leader's sister-in-law celebrates A-level Irish result (Aug 16): Belfast Telegraph

New memorial to the victims of Ballygawley bus bombing unveiled: BBC

SDLP MLA hits out at Sinn Féin's 'vile rewriting' of history after Civil Rights march: Belfast Telegraph

Legend Joan Baez named as civil rights' festival patron (Aug 17): Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Mervyn Gibson has his questions to answer, but so do all of us when it comes to separating an artist's paramilitary past from their current work (Aug 10): Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Breaking down walls of hostility through friendship: Victoria (BC) Times Colonist
Logan McMenamie

Media expert Paddy Hoey says loyalists are 'bounded by Britishness' (Aug 13): Irish News
John Manley

The murals on Belfast's 'peace walls' offer an illustrated history of the Troubles (Aug 16): Washington Post
Hugh Biggar

EU Farce – Irish exporters FUME at EU's plan to avoid UK in new post-Brexit shipping routes (Aug 9): Daily Express
Joe Barnes

Belfast bishop says hope endures that pope will come north sometime soon: Crux
Claire Giangravè

Diarmuid Martin – 'Not enough just to say sorry' for clerical abuse: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Papal visits underline Ireland's progress: The Irish Times
Geraldine Kennedy

Young Ireland says Nope to the Pope: The Sunday Times
Bryan Appleyard

Feeble race for the Aras shows the office itself needs change: The Sunday Times
Editorial

Israeli flags burned by Northern Irish nationalists (Aug 16): Times of Israel
Michael Bachner

Could we soon have the first Irish language speaking president in the White House? (Aug 17): Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

Road from war to peace needs patience, maturity (Aug 13): IndependentOnline (South Africa)
Murray Williams

Saturday, August 18

Former civil rights leader McAliskey calls for Stormont to be 'bulldozed': RTE

'Unionists should not support Sinn Féin-led bid to unseat Ian Paisley in North Antrim': The News Letter
David McNarry & David Campbell

Revealed – Festival marked by IRA flags and chants got extra public cash in 2018: The News Letter
Duncan Elder

'Hate crime' – Belfast politician decries 'anti-Protestant' poster: The Guardian
Pádraig Collins

The curse of whataboutery – this is a divided society that can't give up its prejudices: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Local Government Commissioner to hold hearing into complaint against UUP veteran Rodgers: Belfast Telegraph

Bryson to lodge complaint with watchdog over arrest: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

Judge 'deeply disappointed' no one left bonfire after seeing murder victims' names burned: Belfast Telegraph
George Jackson

Sinn Féin in Derry call for Meenan Square site in Bosgide to cleaned up and secured as soon as possible: Derry Now

Relative of bomb victim brings legal challenge aimed at preventing Harris being appointed Garda Commissioner: Irish Independent
Aodhan O Faolain and Ray Managh

Omagh bomb families set to begin process to seize assets: The News Letter

Politicians have no answers for Omagh bomb victims: The News Letter
Sandra Chapman

The Irish Times view on the Omagh bombing anniversary – recalling the darkest day: The Irish Times
Editorial

UUP says legacy consultation period should be extended: BBC

Service to mark anniversary of Ballygawley bus bombing: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Victims need more time to examine the proposals on how to deal with the past: The News Letter
Doug Beattie

Legacy deadline should be extended past September 10: The News Letter
Editorial

Compensation for victims of Libya-funded IRA attacks is 'difficult' – Home Secretary: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Ballygawley bus bombing – 30 years after 'walking into hell', survivors still bear scars: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Belfast councillor hits out at PSNI 'inconsistency' over running events: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Not including Northern Ireland in cannabis laws 'perverse' – DUP MP Robinson: Belfast Telegraph

Moderator's meeting with Pope comes under attack: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

DUP not attending Dublin Castle Pope address: BBC
Jayne McCormack

Belfast parish at heart of Protestant/Catholic divide knows both hope and heartache: Crux
Inés San Martín

Irish Catholics call for 'current culture of misogyny' in the Church to be erased: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

'I received neither an acknowledgement or reply' – Mary McAleese reveals she made formal complaint to Pope Francis: Irish Independent
Conor McCrave

Massive expectation surrounding Papal visit: Irish News
Editorial

A slow decline of Catholicism in the classroom (Aug 5): Sunday Independent
Katherine Donnelly

NI pro-lifers 'squeezed' by Westminister and RoI on abortion: Irish Catholic
Chai Brady

One-man DUP play cuts it at Edinburgh Fringe, now writer eyes party's conference: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

'Paddy Cosgrave was wrong to invite Le Pen – and wrong to use Northern Ireland in his justification': TheJournal.ie
David McCann

Friday, August 17

DUP and Sinn Féin accused of 'abdication of responsibility' over Brexit: The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

TUV's Allister furious at Northern Ireland's 'perilous dependency' on Irish government's power supplier: Belfast Telegraph

Former UUP men throw weight behind Paisley battle to remain an MP: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Ian Paisley resignation claims are 'bum steer': The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

House of Commons suspension on Ian Paisley 'would not automatically carry over' if he were re-elected MP: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

If I'd done anything that deserved resigning, I would have done so already, says Ian Paisley: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Electoral Office defends handling of Ian Paisley recall petition: Irish News
John Manley

Paisley will ride out scandal thanks to inertia and division: The Times
Owen Polley

DUP hits back after north Belfast housing claims: Belfast Telegraph

Belfast City Council gave contentious festival £357,000 in funding: The News Letter
Duncan Elder

Jim Rodgers facing no confidence vote over bonfires comments: Belfast Live
Rebecca Black

'Ultimate offence' caused by Bogside bonfire posters will not derail progress – Middleton: Londonderry Sentinel
Mark Rainey

Murdered PSNI officer's widow 'shocked' at his name on bonfire: Derry Journal
Carmel Robinson

Derry bonfire – People of the Bogside have no time for what those hoodlums did: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

NI prisons chief condemns bonfire of murdered officers' names: The Guardian

Bogside Bonfire – Wave of support for son of murdered prison officer on social media: The News Letter
Andrew Quinn

Londonderry bonfire insult to victims of terrorism: The Times
John Walsh

Vile bonfire acts have become a repulsive race to the gutter: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Burning of officers' names on Derry bonfire repugnant: Irish News
Editorial

Bonfire hatred drags decency into gutter: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

O'Loan stands by claim Omagh blast could have been prevented only for failings by intelligence: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Nuala O'Loan 'should present any new Omagh evidence to police': The News Letter
Duncan Elder

Omagh justice campaigner Gallagher backs O'Loan '110%' over comments: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Widower of Omagh victim calls for BBC boycott if it doesn't drop blogger Jude Collins: Belfast Telegraph
Gillian Halliday

Crowds join families as Buncrana remembers its Omagh bomb victims: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

'Omagh's spirit of unity and love will endure' – Protestant minister: The News Letter

Comments from Baroness were untimely and cruel: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Simpson

The Omagh victims deserve more than insensitive remarks: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Bombers were wholly to blame, whatever the RUC failings: The News Letter
Editorial

Loyalist blogger Bryson claims he was arrested by police: ITV

Jamie Bryson arrest "absurd" he claims in video statement: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Chief Constable praises 'good work' of police after Jamie Bryson arrest: Belfast Telegraph

East Belfast UVF targeted in Task Force operation against dodgy bouncers: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Presbyterian leader to attend Pope's Irish visit events: BBC

Pope Francis should cancel Irish visit, says Belfast priest: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Eamon Martin – Ireland's Catholic priests need to spread the word at home: The Guardian
Harriet Sherwood

'Astonishing and shocking' – New film gives last testament of IRA woman Dolours Price: The News Letter
Joanne Savage

Northern Ireland MP caught up in Jeremy Corbyn terror wreath-laying row: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Bain

Arts Over Borders – Brian Friel festival puts Brexit centre-stage: The Guardian
Mark Lawson

Thursday, August 16

Omagh bomb – call for public inquiry into 1998 atrocity: The News Letter
Michael McHugh

Jude Collins 'beneath contempt' after claiming Omagh bombing victims were not murdered on 20th anniversary of Real IRA atrocity: Belfast Telegraph

Nationalist commentator criticised for Omagh bomb comments: Irish News
Marie Louise McConville

Row erupts between police chief and ex-ombudsman over prevention of Omagh bomb: Irish Examiner

Omagh Bombing 'could have been prevented'... it's time for full public inquiry to get answers, says ex-Police Ombudsman O'Loan: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

Police Federation – O'Loan has failed to produce proof for her Omagh bomb claim: The News Letter
Mark Lindsay

Claim police could have prevented Omagh atrocity 'bizarre and traumatising' for victims and officers, says Chief Constable George Hamilton: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Man who lost wife in Omagh bomb 'frothing at mouth' over O'Loan anniversary comments: Belfast Telegraph

Priest challenges Omagh bombers to return and reflect on their actions: Irish Examiner

At the funeral of Omagh suspect Seamus McKenna his sister pushed through the colour party, knelt at his grave and prayed... showing a deep, unspoken pain at what had been done: Belfast Telegraph
Sean O'Driscoll

Omagh bombing – Building better future key to moving away from dark past, say Northern Ireland leaders: Belfast Telegraph
Gillian Halliday

Omagh atrocity 'reminds us that peace is worth protecting at all costs' – SDLP Leader: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Names of murdered police and prison officers along with stolen poppy wreaths placed on bonfire in Londonderry: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Edwards

Former bombers are showered in cash, while Omagh bomb victims must prove they deserve compensation ... a double standard that would make even Kafka blush: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

Haunting Past: The Times
Editorial

Remembering the victims of NI's worst atrocity, at Omagh: The News Letter
Editorial

Two decades on, the pain and anguish of Omagh raw as ever: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

We have consistently failed the Omagh victims: Irish News
Editorial

Paisley could quit and be returned as MP before crucial Brexit votes held: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

The new recall power being used against Ian Paisley won't work and doesn't improve our democracy: The Independent
John Rentoul

A post-Brexit mile-deep Checkpoint Charlie: Irish Echo
Anthony Neeson

Northern Ireland 'power couple' says peace has come, not reconciliation: Crux
Inés San Martín

Feile concert hits entirely wrong note: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Belfast council 'can't make any exception' for cross-community run: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Bogside bonfire poppy wreath placing condemned by politicians: Belfast Live
Sarah Scott

Widow blasts Lambeg Drum order as 'attack on family culture': Belfast Telegraph
Brett Campbell

Peter Robinson deserves all our thanks for doing his bit to smash unionist taboos over Irish unity: Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

Concerns raised at Derry meeting over loyalist backclash downplayed by IRSP: Derry Journal

Soldiers face extra 72 hours' papal visit duty for €68 additional pay: The Irish Times
Peter Murtagh

The politics of weather maps in Israel and Northern Ireland (Aug 14): The Irish Times
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