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Tuesday, December 15

North leaders row in public over policing: Irish Independent
Steven McCaffery

Christmas deadline for policing and justice powers is unfeasible - Peter Robinson: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

'DUP/SF axis is in meltdown': The News Letter

Why the only successful future is a shared one: Belfast Telegraph
Duncan Morrow

Thinking people know devolution is delivering for unionism: The News Letter
Sammy Wilson

Manufactured crisis must not get worse: The News Letter
Liam Clarke

Peace for all, not petty rows: Irish Independent
Editorial

Judge forced to leave Belfast home amid dissident terror threat: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

The troubles return to Ulster in a deadly mutation (Dec 14): Winnipeg Free Press

Pressure on politicians as election time looms: The News Letter
Editorial

Orangemen should back Scot crusade – vote could increase power: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Bomb victim's mum had 'broken heart': The News Letter

Victims' group bid to banish Xmas blues: The News Letter

Promoting Ulster-Scots costs £2m: BBC

MLAs defend football pitch adverts: The News Letter

Northern Ireland's Assembly members rack up £4m expenses in six months: Belfast Telegraph

North and South can only progress together: The Irish Times
Elaine Byrne

Campbell left 'embarrassed' by Rangers fans footage: The Scotsman
Angus Wright

Monday, December 14

Cowen to meet North leaders on impasse: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Cowen – Focus on economy and peace: Belfast Telegraph

Ex-IRA chief's son claims he was assaulted by policeman (Dec 13): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

UUP should not ignore our offer: Belfast Media
Jimmy Spratt

Knight has bothered no one say the UPRG (Dec 9): Coleraine Times

A vital local initiative (Dec 7): Belfast Media
Editorial

Law, order and MacBride: Irish Echo
Editorial

Plans for Orange Order museums launched: BBC

Army advances on north for Christmas blow-out (Dec 13): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Northern sales boom due to influx: Irish Independent
Michael McHale

The day gaffe-prone Prince Philip told blind IRA bomb attack hero – 'You can't see a lot judging by that tie': Daily Mail
Beth Hale

Tribunal ruling on officer shifts 'could hit policing' (Dec 11): BBC
Ross Carson

Garda strike ballot – No garda can act above law: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Why clerical sex abuse probe must recognise no boundaries (Dec 1): Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

Scandals could undermine the church's foundations: The Irish Times
Theo Dorgan

Author of sectarian study is member of pro-IRA fanzine (Dec 13): Sunday Herald
Paul Hutcheon

Sunday, December 13

Terror groups unite in 'new IRA': The Sunday Times
John Mooney

DUP 'united over devolution of justice': The News Letter

Omagh father Victor Barker seeks right to confront Gerry Adams on TV: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Critical cleric loses key Orange position: The News Letter

Complaint over Ruane remarks: The News Letter

Dallat slams Knight petition organised by Garvagh businessman: Coleraine Times

Four men are assaulted in separate attacks in Derry: BBC

Four names enter fray for council by-election: The News Letter

The taxman's retailiation?: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Hillary Clinton says Irish peace an example for other conflicts: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

Israeli police learn from their counterparts in the UK: Jerusalem Post
Yaakov Lappin

How MacBride united Irish America: Irish Echo
Kevin McNamara

MPs will soon be judged on claims (Dec 11): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Disturbance in the force as future of GRA now hangs in the balance: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Gardai face prosecution for ballot over pay cut: The Sunday Times
John Mooney

Threat of garda strike has dangerous echoes of past: Sunday Independent
John-Paul McCarthy

'Serious concerns' Northern firms not paying proper wages: Dundalk Argus

Saturday, December 12

Ritchie is only candidate for Justice Minister: Belfast Telegraph

No justice candidate for Alliance: UTV Internet

Hypocrisy that knows no bounds: Belfast Media
Alana Fearon

Stormont new faces bring fresh perspectives: BBC
Jim Fitzpatrick

Sheer greed of Britain's richest MP – Shaun Woodward hired accountants that specialised in 'amassing wealth' to handle claim: Daily Mail
Jason Groves

Paisley food allowance controversy rekindled: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Expense claims – Lord Laird most expensive peer: BBC

Laird has no peer in expenses field: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

MacBride Principles Honoree Pat Doherty: Irish Echo

MacBride still facing forces of resistance: Irish Echo
Inez McCormack

Disgraced Londonderry lawyer Sandhu loses appeal: BBC

Ex-prisoners told not to suffer in silence if they have an addiction: Belfast Media
Roisin McManus

'Slopping out' action adjourned to next year: The Irish Times

Blaze bungle man admits bomb charge: Belfast Telegraph

Teenager charged with recording police on mobile phone: BBC

Two men shot in paramilitary-style attack: UTV Internet

McGurk's fight 'as vigorous as ever' 38 years on: Belfast Media

Belts tighten both sides of the border: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Garda ballot a reckless move: The Irish Times
Editorial

Colombian questions: Irish Independent

Agents of foreign state should not control our schools (Dec 8): The Irish Times
Fintan O'Toole

I was so happy when I defected - I felt so good: Irish Independent
Eoghan Kidney

Composer James MacMillan says Scotland in denial over anti-Catholicism: The Times
Charlene Sweeney

Scottish independence concerns: BBC
Mark Denten

Friday, December 11

Unionists clash over agreed candidates: The News Letter

Is it worth putting power-sharing in jeopardy for a will-o'-the-wisp? (Dec 8): Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

Republicans have waited for this moment since 1916. It's not a bluff: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

Only genuine repentance from Adams would be worth watching: Daily Mail
Harry Phibbs

Is it any wonder jail boss opted for early release? (Dec 9): Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Parade claims criticised: Londonderry Sentinel

Parade fears simmer (Dec 9): Belfast Media

'Repulsive riot scenes must not happen again' (Dec 3): Portadown Times

Men guilty over 'bomb equipment': BBC

Two convicted over bomb-making equipment: RTE

Five-year term for INLA membership (Dec 10): The Irish Times

RUC cover-up over baton round death of mum, court told: Belfast Telegraph

Death of British army Motorman chief (Dec 7): Derry Journal

A long way from there to here: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

The origins of a principled idea: Irish Echo
Sean McManus

Northern Ireland peer is the most expensive in House of Lords: Belfast Telegraph

MP attempted to claim £1,780 for table and lamp: The News Letter

Foreign peers 'may be illegal': Belfast Telegraph

Thursday, December 10

'Meetings of DPP can't be turned into fortresses': Belfast Telegraph

Republicans and PSNI boss clash on tactics: Newry Democrat

Polls apart at Stormont: Belfast Telegraph

Robinson falling into same trap as Trimble: The Irish Times
Fionnuala O'Connor

Republicans have waited for this moment since 1916. It's not a bluff: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

Communities at heart of Northern Ireland sectarian divide to hold first joint Christmas fayre: Belfast Telegraph

SDLP picks McDevitt to be assembly member: BBC

Paisley jnr wants UUP pact to take nationalist seats: Belfast Telegraph

Brady family in DPP protest: Derry Journal

Sinn Fein's Gerry Kelly condemns home bomb threat: BBC

Family's anger at bomb bid: Derry Journal

Concerned Families Against Drugs meets IMC: BBC

Ronnie Flanagan may challenge Robert Hamill inquiry claims: Belfast Telegraph
Emily Moulton

MacBride Principles Honoree Fr. Sean McManus: Irish Echo

After 25 years, still work to be done: Irish Echo
Gerry Kelly

The media deserves praise for its contribution to peace: Belfast Telegraph
Maurice Neill

Row continues over Adams' documentary: The News Letter

Former terrorist speaks about his journey to peace: Nipawin Journal
Matthew Liebenberg

Judge's warning over anonymity at UVF murder inquest: Belfast Telegraph

Fortune 500 companies meet with Northern Irish Minister: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

The border should not be a barrier to compassion (Dec 7): Belfast Telegraph
Laurence White

Fall in alcohol duty 'will reduce exodus to North': Irish Examiner
Geoff Percival

Irish Budget moves unlikely to halt shopper exodus: Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday, December 9

Parties need to end deadlock – Woodward: UTV Internet

DUP tell SF to 'back off on policing': The News Letter

Alliance refuses to nominate 'Justice Minister': The News Letter

SDLP may nominate Margaret Ritchie for justice post: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Why Martin only had to say the word to make a good impression: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Edinburgh may hold key to the future state of Anglo-Irish relations: Irish Examiner
Steven King

A community without collective memory is impossible to police: The Independent
Hugh Orde

Sir Ronnie Flanagan accused of lying to Hamill inquiry: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Robert Hamill murder inquiry 'has left ex-RUC chief's credibility in ruins': Belfast Telegraph

RAAD bomb blitz: Derry Journal

Terror threat in prisons must end: The News Letter

Maghaberry must embrace change: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Storm over Adams' role in documentary: The News Letter

Outrageous Channel 4 invites Gerry Adams to preach... on forgiveness: Daily Mail
Sam Greenhill

Adams must come clean on his IRA role: The News Letter
Liam Clarke

Ex-Orangeman now a 'contented Irishman': The News Letter

Multi-job Sammy Wilson rapped over plan to stand again as an MP: Belfast Telegraph
Lisa Smyth

Two men released over Kevin McDaid murder: BBC

Inquest hears of 'brutal execution': Derry Journal
Claire Allan

Alternatives to 'slopping out' unsuitable, court hears: The Irish Times

The MacBride Principles – We should all give thanks (Dec 3): Belfast Media
Editorial

Fresh hope of Obama visit to ancestral home: Irish Independent
Brian Hutton and Barry Duggan

Irish bad bank 'must consider NI': UTV Internet

The Ulster-Scots Agency faces "root and branch" reform: BBC

Language busybodies trying to impose Irish upon us by diktat: Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

Basque protest in Derry: Derry Journal

Tuesday, December 8

£1bn funding at risk over justice powers delay – McGuinness: Belfast Telegraph

Stormont justice row 'ridiculous' says NI Manufacturing: BBC

Unionists must not allow justice and policing to be undermined: The News Letter
Alex Kane

New Force must not stray from promise to electorate: Belfast Telegraph
Owen Polley

This peace process has really turned into a bit of a love-in. Lady Paisley hasn't a bad word to say about Martin McGuinness (Dec 5): Irish Independent
Mary Kenny

Real change can only come when parties work together: Belfast Telegraph
Conall McDevitt

Shinners should take their seats – Party would benefit from Commons Celtic alliance: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Northern Ireland prison boss quits over 'dissident threats': Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Northern Ireland jail governor resignation 'huge blow': BBC

Army tackles hoax bombs outside two Belfast banks: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Retailers on alert as police warn of Northern Ireland festive bomb blitz: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Gibraltar base link to death threats (Dec 3): Belfast Media

Pair admit loyalist parade killing: UTV Internet

Pair bailed over attack on Sunday World editor Jim McDowell: Belfast Telegraph

UVF 'mercy killing' target dies: BBC

Four RUC officers failed to help Hamill, inquiry told: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Quashing of convictions may have implications for local ex-prisoners (Dec 3): Belfast Media

Making peace with your enemies: BBC

Handshake of hope: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Falls support for local Basque (Dec 3): Belfast Media

Adams and his pals in red, white and blue: Belfast Telegraph

Cross-border shoppers help North to exit the recession: Irish Independent
Thomas Molloy

North may have budget shortfall of £720m: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

GRA ballot 'challenge to authority of State': RTE

Long harm of the law: Irish Independent
Editorial

Irish Protestant schools 'butchered': UTV Internet

Monday, December 7

McGuinness challenges Robinson on devolution: RTE

DUP urged to publish 'pre-condition letter': UTV Internet

'PMS not linked with the policing and justice issue': The News Letter

Reflection on 10 years at Stormont – OPINION – Sir Reg Empey, UUP leader (Dec 4): The News Letter

Tories plan to end Stormont 'double jobbing': BBC

Pipe bombs thrown into cars in Derry: UTV Internet

How Alan McBride finally made peace with Gerry Adams: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Gerry Adams to speak on Christ and reconcilation: The News Letter

Hearings in Robert Hamill murder probe near conclusion: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

McGlynn murder inquest (Dec 4): Derry Journal

Carbon tax 'would drive people north': Irish Independent

Assembly members 'unlikley' to vote again on own salary levels (Dec 2): Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

We are all entitled to our delusions of ethnicity but it doesn't mean they should get legal status (Dec 2): Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

Rowan Williams cannot now prevent an Anglican schism: The Independent
Paul Vallely

Moving towards a united Christianity (Dec 2): Guardian.co.uk
Adrian Pabst

What separates banter from blind bigotry? (Nov 23): The Herald
Brian Currie

Support for independence at lowest level for two years: The Herald
Robbie Dinwoodie

A question of bluff as Salmond 'fights' for referendum (Dec 6): Scotland on Sunday
Gerald Warner

Sunday, December 6

Alliance Party won't forward justice post names: BBC

Justice stance nothing to do with equality – Robinson: BBC

No winners in this tired game of chicken: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Process, process, process: UTV Internet

OPINION – Nigel Dodds, DUP deputy leader: The News Letter
Nigel Dodds

OPINION – Jim Allister, TUV leader: The News Letter
Jim Allister

Republican terrorists plan 'Christmas spectacular' attack on British troops: Sunday Telegraph
Sean Rayment

Ex-Para 'targeted by dissidents' in plea for gun back: Belfast Telegraph

Why were these thugs allowed to put the boot into my husband? (Dec 2): Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Allister under fire over petition: The News Letter

CAJ slams Bill of Rights proposals: Belfast Telegraph

Contentious parades pass off peacefully: UTV Internet

Security job for terror convict: The Sunday Times
John Mooney

Prison governor quits after five months: The Observer
David Young

Transfer campaign – Public opinion seems to be causing a shift within Sinn Fein (Dec 4): Belfast Telegraph
Kathryn Torney

Cross-border shoppers boosting the economy: The News Letter
Editorial

Dublin says slan abhaile to Tuscany Downs: The Sunday Times
Colin Coyle

Rage as Donegal drivers targeted by 'car tax' clampers (Dec 4): Derry Journal

It's Gerry Adams: the Jesus show: The Sunday Times
Chris Hastings

Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O'Connor turns down peerage following Catholic row: Sunday Telegraph
Jonathan Wynne-Jones

The age of our craven deference is finally over: Sunday Independent
Ronan Fanning

Saturday, December 5

McGuinness not afraid of dissidents: Derry Journal

Fears of fresh bomb attack on Northern Ireland's Policing Board HQ: Belfast Telegraph

DUP leader rejects McGuinness' Christmas deadline: BBC

Clash over move to nominate minister: The News Letter

Could election purge Stormont poison?: BBC
Jim Fitzpatrick

Just a question of policing (Nov 27): Belfast Media
Des Wilson

Chivers welcomes move on PSNI 'backroom' staff (Dec 1): Derry Journal

Kelly family have no faith in HET enquiry: Ulster Herald
Ronan McSherry

New Sinn Fein MLA (Nov 26): Londonderry Sentinel
Patricia Devlin

Unknown soldiers – Fianna Fáil opens Northern front. Sort of: Forth
Jason Walsh

PSNI ordered to pay 75% of costs in journalist case: The Irish Times

Events to mark anniversary of IRA men's deaths: Derry Journal

Parade will be 'peaceful' – Police: UTV Internet

Now its Lundy's Day every day! (Nov 27): Derry Journal

EU funds initiative to deal with legacy of North's violence: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Honoured for helping to boot out sectarianism: The News Letter
Editorial

Darron Gibson's the real deal (Dec 3): Belfast Telegraph

We should have had replacement before axing 11-Plus, says Sinn Fein MLA (Dec 3): Belfast Telegraph
Lisa Smyth

MLA denies Sinn Fein education row (Dec 3): UTV Internet

Portrush Presbyterian heads Catholic Child Protection Board (Dec 2): Coleraine Times
Una Culkin

Shopping in North has cost 11,000 jobs, say retailers: The Irish Times
Paul Cullen

A Catholic rather than a Christian country (Dec 4): The Irish Times
John Waters

Catholic Church damaged by the sins of the Fathers (Dec 1): Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Alex Salmond's referendum blueprint – a masterpiece of nationalist mythology and a total waste of time (Dec 2): Daily Telegraph
Alan Cochrane

Friday, December 4

Northern Ireland policing and justice deal is 'no closer': Belfast Telegraph

'Justice Minister in place by Xmas': The News Letter

Justice devolution is 'years away': Londonderry Sentinel

Martin McGuinness warns of 'full-blown Stormont crisis': BBC

Policing board members under threat from dissidents: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Matt Baggott – the smiling career officer unafraid of confrontation (Dec 1): Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Dissident gunmen pose threat to N Ireland deal: Gulf-Times
William Maclean

Focus on Province's long-term needs: The News Letter
Peter Robinson

Don't blame the DUP: (from the Irish Herald)
Jude Collins

Love can turn sour, Martin (Dec 2): Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Local UUP move onto an election footing: Londonderry Sentinel

SDLP's Mark Durkan to contest Foyle Westminster seat: BBC

A lost chance for Northern Irish rights: The Guardian
Owen Polley

TUV man defends killer's petition: The News Letter

Greysteel killer's petition 'not TUV': UTV Internet

'Let my son rest in peace': The News Letter

Gerry McHugh still independent MLA despite Fianna Fail move: Impartial Reporter

Fianna Fail in Fermanagh? Don't be getting ahead of yourselves: Fermanagh Herald
Maurice Kennedy

Kevin McDaid's sons remanded in custody (Nov 26): Coleraine Times

Alienation is tackled: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

MacBride at 25: Irish Echo
Editorial

Gibson gives McIlroy reason to regret Good Friday Agreement (Dec 3): The Independent
Ian Herbert

Culture minister accused of Irish language plans 'insult': Belfast Telegraph

Gardaí a 'secretive' police force: RTE

Israeli police visit North to learn PSNI methods: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Thursday, December 3

Spanish death threat to Sinn Fein: UTV Internet

MLAs told of format for electing future Justice Minister: Belfast Telegraph

Stormont Executive to meet amidst justice deadlock: BBC

Woodward – Policing and justice devolution 'on track': Belfast Telegraph

McGuinness – N Ireland police impasse risks devolution: BBC
Martina Purdy

Devolution stand-off 'must be resolved quickly': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

More risk-taking needed in justice logjam, says Sir Hugh Orde: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Our struggle will continue to keep Stormont working: Belfast Telegraph
Reg Empey

Republican dissidents plot to down helicopter: The Independent
Deborah McAleese

How the terror threat is affecting policing in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Garrison operation 'superb piece of policing', says PSNI chief: Fermanagh Herald
Nuala McAloon

Matt Baggott – I don't have a problem with the viewpoint of dissidents... I have a problem when bullies get too much space: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Chief Constable invited to meet victims' group: The News Letter

Local MLA outraged by chief constable's comment on dissidents: Fermanagh Herald
Aileen Murphy

PSNI chief should not be condemned: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Police chief comments ill-judged: The News Letter
Editorial

Republican fuel plant was supplying loyalist districts: Belfast Telegraph
Emily Moulton

Newry man arrested over ammo: UTV Internet

Loyalist assassin jailed for beating up sisters: Derry Journal

Violence at Belfast's Christmas switch-on to be raised: BBC

Commission refuses to review Ardoyne parade: The News Letter

IRA blackmail victim weeps in court: UTV Internet

NY City Hall event to mark MacBride anniversary: Irish Echo

Nationalists must set out a vision for unity: The Irish Times
David Adams

McHugh steps out with Fianna Fáil: Fermanagh Herald

Prince Edward joins memorial service for Northern soldiers: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Man claims human rights breached by 'slopping out' at Portlaoise prison: The Irish Times

Cowen shows he is 'second an Irishman, first a Catholic': The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

David Cameron must learn the dangers of tinkering with the constitution (Dec 1): Daily Telegraph
Simon Heffer

Salmond not giving up on self-rule for Scots despite low support: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Wednesday, December 2

NI justice bill passes last stage: BBC

Hung parliament 'would not affect justice transfer stance': Belfast Telegraph

Could NI MPs hold balance of power?: BBC
Stephen Walker

Woodward looks to the future on anniversary: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Agreement is not a conflict substitution process: Belfast Media
Alban Maginness

A warning for Northern Ireland Assembly First Minister Peter Robinson: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Editorial

MP calls for action on North Belfast dissidents: Belfast Media

Campbell calls for Irish army 'collusion inquiry': Derry Journal

PSNI may seek Garda 'assistance': The Irish Times

MLA – PSNI chief's comments 'offensive': Belfast Telegraph

PSNI chief 'naive' on dissidents: BBC

Should the PSNI engage in name-calling?: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

IRA men's mother slams dissidents: UTV Internet

Republican laundering plant raided: UTV Internet

Raid closes illegal £3m fuel plant on Border: The Irish Times
Elaine Keogh

PSNI defend handling of town disorder: The News Letter

Northern Ireland – where the streets have no shame ...: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Parade decision 'must be reversed': The News Letter

Singing priest's parochial house attacked: Derry Journal

Call for removal of Sands shrine: The News Letter

Fianna Fáil denies it has Assembly representative: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

All-Ireland credentials a long-term goal: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Truth under assault: The News Letter
N R Greer

Adams out in the cold but war of words rages over whether he has swine flu: Irish Independent

Numbers of Irish in UK set to rise with proposed census change (Dec 1): The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Tuesday, December 1

Crisis talks over N Ireland policing rift: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

DUP and SF asked to move on policing: Irish Independent
Michael Brennan

DUP blasts Sinn Fein's 'tantrums': The News Letter

Prime ministers 'optimistic' over devolution: UTV Internet

Prime Ministers refuse to set justice devolution deadline: Belfast Telegraph

Taking every pawn isn't how this chess game is to be won: The News Letter
Liam Clarke

DUP may have most to lose if Executive collapses: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Ten years is a long time in politics: The News Letter

Sinn Fein must drop bullying strategy: The News Letter
Editorial

McHugh is 'first Fianna Fail MLA': BBC

Degree of support among Protestants will enhance McGuinness standing: Belfast Telegraph
Linda Beers

A police chief not afraid to innovate: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Police ' winning war against RAAD': Derry Journal

Pipe bomb found near PSNI station: BBC

Dissidents learn from painful lessons of the beat generation: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Police probe loyalist violence: The News Letter

PSNI 'aware' of texts before riots: UTV Internet

Abuse 'forces widow out of town': BBC

City interface riots cost public £36,000: The News Letter

Don't believe Black book's devilish tale: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Bill of Rights consultation begins: BBC

HET investigation branded 'meaningless': UTV Internet

Murder victim's family blast HET investigation: Belfast Telegraph

'Disgust' at hunger strike verdict: The News Letter

Call for expulsion of papal nuncio (Nov 30): The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Department rejects call to expel nuncio: The Irish Times
Mary Fitzgerald

Rumbles rock the Celtic fringe: The Guardian
Michael White

Independence – The dynamics have changed in Scotland: Daily Telegraph
Editorial

Scotland to stay put: The Irish Times
Editorial



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