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Thursday, December 15

Miami Showband killings – police tipoff helped suspect elude justice, says report:
Henry McDonald

Spectre of collusion in Miami Showband killings: Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keeffe

Sinn Fein – British state encouraged UVF killings: Belfast Telegraph

Families demonstrated 'patience and dignity' over 36 years since murders: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Miami Showband massacre – 'They opened the gates of hell and murdered us': Belfast Telegraph
Colm Kelpie

Kevin Fulton tells Smithwick Tribunal Garda mole 'open secret': BBC

Officer 'flawed' in Ballynahinch shooting: UTV

Steven Colwell killing – where's the accountability?:
Barry McCaffrey

Victims of terror win support vow on Libya: The News Letter

Free Marian Price now: Derry Journal
Eamonn McCann

Stephen Carroll murder trial adjourned for change of solicitor:
Henry McDonald

Accused warned as Stephen Carroll murder trial is adjourned: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Scientific evidence ruled out in Massereene murder trial:
Henry McDonald

Massereene case against Duffy 'tenuous': UTV

Derry IRA masked colour party accused freed on bail: BBC

We will never forget the grief of these courageous mothers: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Hospital bullying report is savaged: Belfast Media
Scott Jamison

Welfare reform testing NI's 'parity principle' (Dec 13): BBC
Mark Devenport

Ireland must not 'cling on to coat-tails of the UK': The Irish Times
Ruadhán Mac Cormaic

UK will not turn its back on Europe – Kenny: BBC

Noonan fears British opt-out will hurt Ireland: Irish Examiner
Conor Humphries and Neal Armstrong

Government can avoid EU referendum nightmare: The Irish Times
Ronan McCrea

Why David Cameron's EU veto was good news for the SNP: Daily Telegraph
James Kanagasooriam

Queen to pay Diamond Jubilee visit to Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph

Pope welcome to visit Ireland, says Gilmore: Irish Examiner
Paul O'Brien

Scotland cracks down on religious hatred at football matches with new law: Financial Times
Severin Carrell

Bigotry Bill – Fans told the songs they can't sing: Scottish Daily Record

New Scottish anti-sectarian laws – Holyrood gets shirty over bigot bill: The Scotsman
Andrew Whitaker

Lennon confident fans will sing to UEFA's tune ahead of all-or-nothing tie in Udine: The Herald
Michael Grant

300 guns stolen or lost from Army bases: Daily Mirror
Chris Hughes

Wednesday, December 14

Kenny and Cameron in talks amid fears of rift after summit: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Europe will target Irish corporation tax, warns DUP: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Dodds praises Cameron's veto as he calls for EU referendum: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Moseley

DUP motion backing PM's euro stance gets Commons support: BBC
Stephen Walker

Divisions over possible EU treaty referendum: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

EU love unrequited as MPs bite the hand that feeds them: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Moseley

Badly Bilingual of Belfast shows his disapproval – in any man's language: The Irish Times
Miriam Lord

Isolation could prove anything but splendid...: Belfast Telegraph
Robin Wilson

Republican stance is ringing hollow: Belfast Telegraph

Officer who killed joyrider reinstated: The News Letter

Why did it take the Police Ombudsman six years to report on a PSNI killing?:
Barry McCaffrey

Martin McGuinness's nephew is victim in double shooting: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn MacDermott

Gardaí search homes in dissident activity operation: Irish Examiner
Sean O'Riordan

Whiteline picket for Maghaberry prisoners: Newry Times
Emma Taylor

Shivers 'not capable of Massereene attack': UTV

BBC ordered to hand over Apprentice Boys parade footage: BBC

Terrorism charge in Derry Easter parade: UTV

Two on trial over Stephen Carroll murder: RTE

Miami Showband massacre HET report due for release: BBC

Ex-RUC office tells tribunal he was warned about Dundalk gardaí: The Irish Times
Olivia Kelly

Garda collusion 'hindered RUC investigations': BBC

Man gets damage payment over IRA claim: UTV

Hegarty case may open floodgates: Derry Journal

Anthem is nothing to be ashamed of, says MLA: Belfast Telegraph
Raymond Kilpatrick

Newry hospital's future may depend on funds from Republic: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

McAleeses up for peace prize: Irish Independent

Archbishop says Dublin diocese facing crisis: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Anti-bigot law to be passed by the Scottish Parliament: BBC

Over half of Scottish population still against independence – poll: The Scotsman

Celtic rule out appeal for UEFA fine over illicit chanting: The Scotsman
Stephen Halliday

England friendly with Republic of Ireland in Dublin 'highly unlikely' ahead of Euro 2012 finals: Daily Telegraph
Mark Ogden

Tuesday, December 13

Unionist outrage at Sinn Fein Queen 'insult': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Peter Robinson wants justice issue resolved 'fairly quickly': BBC

British army defuses bomb close to PSNI station in Keady: The Irish Times

Bomb 'shows need for police station': The News Letter

Massereene witness interview bid: UTV

Signs of unrest: Dromore Leader

Cost of Irish translation rises: BBC

Orange, green and now amber alerts ... no wonder I'm getting alarmed: Belfast Telegraph
Nuala McKeever

Fresh row over Lord Mayor's tribute: UTV

Bus drivers honoured at City Hall civic reception: The News Letter

Jury rejects claims that soldiers shouted warnings: Derry Journal

Daniel Hegarty's family call for soldier's prosecution: BBC

'If the soldier who shot my brother said sorry, I would put my arms around him and forgive him': Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Families 'to meet PM on Kingsmills': The News Letter

We will not march on Bloody Sunday: Derry Journal

Why was Arthurs sent to his death?: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Truth Commission for Northern Ireland "would protect the rights of all":

A pledge to tread carefully through 30 years of war and bloodshed: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Holmes

PM is slammed for not consulting Stormont over decision: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

DUP, Sinn Fein argue for referendum on EU: The News Letter

Kenny will decide in March on referendum: Irish Independent
Donal O'Donovan and Tom Shiel

PM's EU veto was brave – Robinson: The News Letter

Unionists back Cameron Euro snub: UTV

Leaders' deal is 'madness' – SF (Dec 12): The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

Put the deal to the Irish people: Irish Examiner
Gerry Adams

Ditherer Cameron in worst position: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Frankfurt's difficulty is Ireland's opportunity: The Irish Times
Fintan O'Toole

Europhobia's no swivel-eyed Tory monopoly:
John Harris

Independence can give us a seat at the top table: Scottish Daily Record
Alex Salmond

Poll – Should Northern Ireland football ditch anthem at Windsor Park?: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley Houston

Uefa fines Celtic £12,700 for 'illicit chanting': BBC

Celtic to appeal illicit chanting fine: The Scotsman
Stephen Halliday

Northern Ireland fans would not tolerate dropping anthem – Gerry Armstrong: Belfast Telegraph
Gerry Armstrong

Monday, December 12

EU treaty – Britain's isolation not in Ireland's interests: Daily Telegraph

Government to work to ensure UK is not isolated from EU: The Irish Times
Harry McGee and Martin Wall

Irish relations with Britain in danger, says analyst: Irish Examiner
Ann Cahill

We need to strengthen UK ties before EU strangles us: Irish Independent
Bruce Arnold

Sinn Fein top Irish party for raising cash in America: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

Big house a cold house for voters: Belfast Media
Michael McGimpsey

Orange lily request plants seeds for formal guidelines: Belfast Media
Paul Ainsworth

Provo bosses let hunger-strikers die – they know who they are and so do I (Dec 11): (from the Sunday World)
Suzanne Breen

'He never got over it' (Dec 5): Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

IFA must take lead to change the tune: Belfast Telegraph

Sammy Wilson – price must be right for corporation tax: BBC

Aer Lingus chief lauds Northern Ireland base as a 'success story': Belfast Telegraph

David Cameron 'walkout' on EU treaty – Alex Attwood: BBC

Dear Mr Cameron,'you have damaged Scotland': The Scotsman
Andrew Whitaker

Veto is anything but victory in Europe: The Herald

Salmond has to combine an appeal to national identity with promise of prosperity (Dec 5): The Scotsman
John Curtice

SFA worker in row over Pope email loses his job: The Herald
Paul Hutcheon

Sunday, December 11

Community groups 'boycotting Lord Mayor': Belfast Telegraph

Loyalist mobs will not deter pursuit of equality at City Hall: Belfast Media

Union Jack days numbered at City Hall?: Belfast Media

Eirigi – 'Ford needs to implement 2010 agreement': Newry Times
Emma Taylor

Second Derry security alert ends: UTV

Derry mother says British spook sexually assaulted her: (from the Sunday World)
Suzanne Breen

Daniel Hegarty's family 'overwhelmed' by inquest findings: BBC

Hallinan rejects claim 'IRA speech' led to walk-out: Derry Journal

Full excavation of past could dig up more controversy for our politicians: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Families vow to hunt down IRA killers in the Republic: (from the Sunday World)
Suzanne Breen

Harbinson to challenge prison status: UTV

Baggott must allay fears over policing rural areas (Dec 7): Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

New Irish school at heart of Magee expansion plans: Derry Journal

Shankill sculpture aims to inspire locals with message of hope: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Latest EU summit has no good news for Ireland: Sunday Independent
Daniel McConnell

Alex Salmond bears witness to shift in UK-EU relations, but what next for Scotland?: Scotland on Sunday
Eddie Barnes

Wilson still hopes for Trap call: Evening Herald
Aidan Fitzmaurice

Anti-sectarian group's cash cut (Dec 9): The Scotsman

These blindly loyal Nats are essential only to their own (Dec 9): Daily Telegraph
Alan Cochrane

Naismith wants to play for Britain at London Olympics (Dec 9): The Scotsman

Basques now look to us to guide them towards peace (Dec 8): Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Saturday, December 10

Derry is at the heart of the Executive – Martina Anderson: Derry Journal

Cadet-gate rages amongst the councillors: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Making real progress for voters at City Hall: Belfast Media
Jim Mc Veigh

Flute bands use DVD to promote positive image: The News Letter

Homes evacuated in Derry bomb alert: UTV

Detectives met by a wall of silence as they probe dad David's murder: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

UVF Supergrass trial – Judge visits scene of Tommy English murder: BBC

Jeffrey Donaldson testifying at Smithwick Tribunal: BBC
Jennifer O'Leary

DUP MP refuses to withdraw IRA claim: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Loughgall families 'were not aware' of HET report findings: Tyrone Times

Foyle MP on Ballymurphy families trip to Downing St.: Derry Journal

Fatally shot teen 'posed no threat': UTV

Bloody Sunday annivserary march to go ahead in Derry: BBC

Brady – 'Work Experience Programme could breach human rights of Newry's jobless': Newry Times
Paul Malone

Adams urges backbenchers to rebel (Dec 6): Belfast Telegraph

Money's not too tight for top bosses to mention a pay rise: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

The ethical deficit of our MLAs' pensions pot:
Barry McCaffrey and Ciaran Bartlett

Mixed NI reaction to Eurozone snub: UTV

It is not in British interests to have an EU referendum now – it would be an act of national sucide: Daily Mirror
Tony Parsons

Logic dictates that we support new deal for Europe: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Can Scotland be independent if we keep the pound? (Dec 9): The Scotsman

Archbishop urges lapsed Catholics to leave the faith: Irish Independent
Lynne Kelleher

Ally McCoist backs Steven Naismith's attempt to play for Team GB:
Ewan Murray

Friday, December 9

Ballymurphy families in Taoiseach appeal: UTV

McGeough's royal pardon bid delayed: Tyrone Times

Judge allows Massereene evidence: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Man arrested over shootings is RIRA boss: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

Man shot in north Belfast: UTV

Police and Eirigi at odds over Parkhead house search: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Nuala's bravery is example to us all: Belfast Telegraph

Council does its job and now moves on: Belfast Media

A lesson in diplomacy from mayor's mentor: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Unionists hide in City Hall from the genie outside: Belfast Media
Máirtín Ó Muilleoir

Irish factory 'may have made IRA bomb parts': The News Letter

Smithwick Tribunal told Army officers phone was tapped: BBC
Jennifer O'Leary

Tribunal excludes members of public: The Irish Times

The solution for education can be found in integration (Dec 6): Belfast Telegraph
Noreen Campbell

Northern Ireland Mentorship Program completes first year: Irish Voice/
Molly Muldoon

Olympic torch coming to Ireland but politicians not in the running: The Irish Times
Johnny Watterson

Time to wise up – this daft Bill will never see the light of day (Dec 7): Belfast Telegraph
Tom Moseley

Centre-left should spot this gap in the market: Tribune Magazine
John Coulter

Political elite indifferent to ingrained inequality (Dec 7): The Irish Times
Vincent Browne

It's not just about the money – we want to reclaim our republic too (Dec 6): Irish Independent
Martina Devlin

If Cameron has it hard over Europe, spare a thought for Enda Kenny:
Henry McDonald

PM finally gets tough with Europe – David Cameron vetoes new treaty to save the euro and hand more power to Brussels: Daily Mail
David Richards

Britain must join the euro – and Cameron is the man to do it: The Independent
Mary Dejevsky

Attack on SNP over independence currency plans: BBC

Independence 'risks currency catastrophe': The Scotsman
David Maddox

Thursday, December 8

Historic anniversaries in danger of being hijacked, Stormont warned: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Moseley

Swann dismisses UUP dissolution: Ballymoney Times

Police urged to investigate SF councillor's facebook page: Larne Times

Hunger strike IRA chief's art to hang in Belfast City Hall: Belfast Telegraph

Like old times in City Hall: Irish Echo
Anthony Neeson

'RIRA link to drugs, human slave trade': The News Letter

Massereene lawyer in monitoring claim: UTV

Bomb maker sentenced to 12 years: Wexford People

Divided Republicans engage in war of words: The Kerryman
Dónal Nolan

Finucane family to launch legal bid: UTV

Tribunal told of improper IRA 'contact': RTE

Unionist leader to attend Smithwick inquiry: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

'No reason' for soldier shooting of Daniel Hegarty: BBC

SF can't accept any other version of war (Dec 3): Belfast Telegraph

United Ireland conference planned: Derry Journal

Panel reviewing Northern Ireland assembly members' pay to meet: BBC

We are not all in this together, Taoiseach (Dec 4): Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Irish economy hitting Northern Ireland exports: BBC

'Fuel tax will send buyers North' – retailers: Donegal Democrat

Newry set to benefit from Irish VAT rise: Newry Times
Declan McAteer

Vatican embassy closure criticised by bishops: BBC

In praise of ... disestablishment:

McLeish – sectarian excesses an obstacle to progress: The Herald
Michael Grant

UEFA hearing into Celtic 'illicit chanting' postponed: STV

As I predicted, Ireland won't have a referendum, so what happens now?: Daily Mail
Mary Ellen Synon

Question of sovereignty (Dec 6): The Irish Times

Stand up for BRITISH rights – Cameron flies to make-or-break Euro summit with message from mutinous Tory MPs ringing in his ears: Daily Mail
James Chapman

Union's fate rests on £500 question (Dec 7): The Scotsman
Brian Wilson

Wednesday, December 7

SF 'will present awards to Army cadets in future': The News Letter

Martin McGuinness welcomes mayor's apology over cadet snub: Belfast Telegraph
Steven McCaffery

Unionists fail in bid to secure Lord Mayor vow: The News Letter

It's become a battle for hearts and minds now: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Matt Baggott looks forward to day politics taken out of policing: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Police Ombudsman search 'at planning stage': BBC
Vincent Kearney

Ex-priest wins Chief Constable case: UTV

SF raise informer recruitment: Derry Journal

Anger over cost of prison protest: The News Letter

End the torture of Marian Price:
Sandy Boyer

Massereene murders trial told of phone messages: BBC

Farrell sentenced over bomb getaway car: UTV

UVF supergrass witness denies reduced sentence motive: BBC

Panel member quits McCartney job tribunal: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Fury over 'glorification of IRA' at youth event: The News Letter

Garda says IRA mole not focus of inquiry: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

HET report helps family "come to terms" with brother's killing: The Cross Examiner
Brónagh Murphy

IRA warned to get out of Derry on eve of Operation Motorman, inquest told: Belfast Telegraph

Inquest hears of British army threat on day of teen's killing: Derry Journal

Relatives of Para victims take crusade to PM's door: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Moseley

Families vow to find the truth: Belfast Media
Kieran Hughes

Provos suspected an informer, but terrorist's home had been bugged (Dec 2): (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

We need to hear Troubles voices, not silence them: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Banker with Lehman links among SF donors: The Irish Times
Sean O'Driscoll

No VAT shopper exodus, says Noonan: Belfast Telegraph

Queen's role as head of Church of England 'may no longer be appropriate': Daily Telegraph
Rowena Mason

Voters may get EU treaty change say: Belfast Telegraph

The eurozone crisis could tear the Tory Party apart: The Scotsman
Allan Massie

Why modern, tolerant Scotland is still disfigured by sectarian bigotry:
James MacMillan

Closed doors threat in SPL terrorist song crackdown: The Scotsman
Gareth Rose

Tuesday, December 6

UUP candidate says party should 'consider disbanding': BBC
Stephen Walker

Ross praises TUV's prickly party leader: Londonderry Sentinel

Robbo leads flock to Promised Land: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Anger in Belfast after lord mayor snubs army cadet: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Belfast City Council accepts lord mayor's apology: BBC

Cars attacked in City Hall protest: UTV

Northern Ireland Post Traumatic Stress Disorder 'highest in world': Belfast Telegraph

Birmingham soldier reveals scars of Northern Ireland campaign: Sunday Mercury
Jonny Greatrex

Massereene murder trial told of DNA doubts: The Irish Times

Robert Clarke conviction over Alfredo Fusco murder challenged: BBC

SDLP 'prejudging Dublin collusion': The News Letter

The uncomfortable truths of the Troubles ... and why all of us must face up to them (Dec 3): (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

Inquest opens in Derry into boy's 1972 shooting by soldier: The Irish Times
George Jackson

Families still searching for the truth after 40 years: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Garda may be sued by Queen's visit protesters: Belfast Telegraph
Dearbhail McDonald

Queen thanks gardai for role in royal visit: Evening Herald
Tim McKenzie

Robert McCartney's sister – justice fight led to unfair dismissal: Belfast Telegraph
Anne Madden

Former Protestant enrolment was 'absolutely appalling': Londonderry Sentinel

Cross-community school project launched: Belfast Telegraph

Cross-border talks on A5 planned: Belfast Telegraph

Caution should be key in agreeing EU treaty change: The Irish Times
Brigid Laffan

New EU treaty debate may permeate into the politics of Northern Ireland: BBC
Mark Devenport

Euroscepticism doesn't stop at the Border – ask the Nats: Daily Telegraph
Alan Cochrane

SPL clears Celtic of blame for IRA chants: The Scotsman
Angus Wright

Gay marriage is no impediment to Scottish independence (Dec 4): Scotland on Sunday
Duncan Hamilton

Monday, December 5

Station closures not in nationalists' interest, says McDevitt: BBC

New cold case report concludes eight-man IRA gang opened fire first and SAS team that killed them had a right to shoot back (Dec 2): (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

Smithwick Tribunal to examine bomb attack that killed 18 soldiers: Belfast Telegraph

Enniskillen bomb aimed at civilians, report finds (Dec 3): (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

City's councillors need to grow up: Belfast Telegraph

False rage and that cult of victimhood... (Dec 1):
Chirs Donnelly

SF's skewed vision of a shared future: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Sean Rodgers to replace Margaret Ritchie as SDLP MLA in South Down: BBC

Rogers to replace Ritchie at Stormont: UTV

Lundy parade passes off without incident: Belfast Telegraph

INLA warns gang against reigniting old murder feud: Evening Herald
Tim McKenzie

'I told spooks – I'd rather serve a life sentence in prison than work for you' (Dec 4): (from the Sunday World)
Suzanne Breen

Protestants made up just 22% of tech enrolments: Londonderry Sentinel

US Irish targeted in British tabloid phone hacking probe: Irish Voice/
James O'Shea

Anger at Irish sign vote: Banbridge Leader

Major tourism plan for Bogside: Derry Journal

Price gap with North narrows but VAT hike impact sparks new fears: Irish Independent
Aideen Sheehan

Cross border health provision recommended: RTE

Taoiseach says he wants to 'retrieve Irish sovereignty': The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Our new place in Europe must be closer to Britain: Irish Independent
Bruce Arnold

Bye, bye England? SNP plans closer Scandinavian ties after independence: The Independent
Hamish MacDonnell

Independence support rises to a six-year high: The Scotsman
David Maddox

Responsible debate is a must: The Herald

Sunday, December 4

Tribunal reviews fatal bomb attack: Sunday Independent
Alan Murray

Apprentice Boys parade for Lundy's Day in Londonderry: BBC

Belfast City Council meeting is viewed by 2,000 on internet: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Michael Campbell appeals weapons conviction in Lithuania: BBC

Memorial to McGurk victims unveiled: UTV

Irish politicians, developers and celebs in hacking scandal: Sunday Independent
Niamh Horan

A worrying new low (Nov 30): Belfast Telegraph

How the 'exodus' was viewed then (Sep 1): Londonderry Sentinel

October 18th, 1990 (Oct 18): The Irish Times
Joe Joyce

Why are Irish researchers so uninterested in North-South cooperation? (Nov 30):
Andy Pollack

Killarney refuses to chill as name is lost in translation (Dec 2): The Irish Times
Anne Lucey

It would be unspeakable to lose Gaelic (Oct 9): The Observer
Kevin McKenna

Wales 'must choose between the union or semi-devolution': Western Mail
Martin Shipton

What If Scotland Divorced the UK? (Nov 16):
Jennifer O'Mahony

Saturday, December 3

Debate rages over mayor's award snub: The News Letter

A slight belonging to the bad old days: Belfast Telegraph

Robinson casts political net into choppy waters to expand DUP base: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Revolutionary appointment reflects 'transformation' in Northern society: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

There's no end in sight for Maghaberry prison dispute: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

Restrictions placed on Apprentice Boys parade: The News Letter

Victim must be informed about gunman's legal bid: Belfast Telegraph

Loughgall inquiry finds IRA fired first: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Men held liable for Omagh bomb denied permission to appeal: BBC

Mairead Farrell's brother in Newry bomb link: UTV

Co Louth man to appeal Lithuania conviction: RTE

Row over Irish language festive sign: UTV

Sea change in Catholic Church at last evident (Dec 2): Irish Examiner
Michael Kelly

Celtic Tiger shut out the relevance of Pearse (Dec 2): The Irish Times
John Waters

Frankfurt's embrace is death knell for Irish sovereignty: Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

Bridge over troubled water swept aside: Newry Times

England friendly now hanging in the balance: The Irish Times
Emmet Malone

Call to have daily Dáil prayer ended: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Youth charged over queen riot: Evening Herald

Scots and Irish could have £5.6bn Celtic 'super grid' within 10 years (Nov 24): The Scotsman

Friday, December 2

Paterson pledge on Dublin 'collusion': The News Letter

Protesters call for Lord Mayor Niall O Donnghaile's resignation: BBC

SF mayor in award climbdown: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Civic event without the civility from First Citizen Niall: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Impact of Troubles worse than many imagine – Poots: The News Letter

14 questions to the Northern Ireland secretary... guess how many our MPs asked?: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Moseley

A courageous brand of unionism: The News Letter
Nick Garbutt

History has answer to Peter's vision of future: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Ulster at the radio crossroads: Belfast Media
Jude Collins

'Leave us alone'- pleads Bands Forum: Londonderry Sentinel

A Dubliner's quip that highlights our absurdity: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

PSNI plans to close 34 stations: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

PSNI re-hires hundreds of former RUC officers: BBC

Protestors make themselves heard inside and outside hall: Belfast Media
Gráinne McWilliams

Pioneering DNA technique used as evidence in Massereene trial: The Irish Times

DNA evidence 'admissible' in Massereene murder trial: BBC

Judge allows Massereene DNA analysis: UTV

Massereene – DNA evidence allowed: Belfast Telegraph
Patrice Dougan

Strabane bus driver guilty of dissident republican murder: BBC

Dubliner posted a bullet through woman's letterbox: Irish Examiner
Eavan Murray

Ex-O'Hagan accused guilty of LVF crimes: UTV

Report says IRA opened fire first in 1987 Loughgall attack: BBC

'Big House' attitude scorns the workers: Belfast Media

Security for Queen and Obama cost €36m: The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

Kerr is first to make a move for Northern Ireland job: Belfast Telegraph
Stuart McKinley

Call for sectarian incident mapping (Dec 1): The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Thursday, December 1

Lord Mayor Niall O Donnghaile 'must apologise or resign': BBC

Enda Kenny's Finucane probe call is 'deeply unhelpful': Belfast Telegraph

Peter Hain meets police over hacking allegations:
Patrick Wintour

Peter Hain meets police amid claims Hugh Orde was also hacked: Belfast Telegraph

Hain hacking could be worst scandal yet: (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

When mask slips we can see DUP has not changed: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Real IRA link probed after arson attack on drugs lord: Evening Herald
Ken Foy and Conor Feehan

Gardai sceptical of claim that CIRA killed man: Irish Independent
Tom Brady and Luke Byrne

Massereene trial to see controversial CCTV footage of 'bomb car' (Nov 27): (from the Sunday World)
Suzanne Breen

Massereene judge to rule on Dr Mark Perlin's DNA evidence: BBC

Four of those arrested over Paul McCauley attack are released: BBC

Important work ahead for the Irish diaspora: Irish Echo
Gerry Adams

IRA victim's daughter Manya Dickinson confronts IRA bomber: BBC

Unionist MLAs cross Stormont pickets: UTV

Together we can offer our children the best start in life (Sep 28): Belfast Telegraph
Jim Clarke

Closing Vatican embassy is the wrong move: Irish Echo
Ray Flynn

Belfast shows both sides of 'the Troubles' (Sep 7): Chicago Tribune
Rick Steves

Why we punch above our weight on the tourism front (Nov 15): Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Celtic director – I sang IRA songs: Scottish Sun
Paul Drury

Gay marriage backlash 'is risk to independence win': The Herald
Robbie Dinwoodie

The electorate needs strong constitutional alternatives: The Scotsman
Ross Martin


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