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Friday, December 31

Paisley in fresh attack on parties: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Politicians unable to picture a deal: (from the Irish News)
William Graham

Dail deal a UUP crime, says Robinson: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Some things are certain for 2005: (from the Irish News)
Jude Collins

Belfast premises searched in robbery probe: RTE

Republicans 'harassed' in police probe: Irish Examiner
Gary Kelly

Campaign's legal bid for Colombia Three: (from the Irish News)
Marie Louise McCrory

Did cop give Omagh tip-off?: Irish Echo
Anne Cadwallader

End To DPP Stand-off: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Knighthood for Rea in honours: BBC

INLA raid gang in Spanish blow-out: Sunday Life (Nov 28)
Ciaran McGuigan

Schoolboy memorial vandalised: UTV Internet (Nov 24)

Lunch with the FT - Diplomatic mission for a heavy-hitter: Financial Times (Dec30)
Lionel Barber

Veteran newsman 'surprised' at being awarded an OBE: Irish Independent
Louise McCall

Thursday, December 30

Ad Hoc chair sees North breakthrough: Irish Echo
Susan Garraty

Recipe for deal leaves bitter taste: BBC
Mark Devenport

No time for 'going back to the future': (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

New Year, New Hope: Derry Journal

In robbery's wake, police raids rankle nationalists: Irish Echo
Anne Cadwallader

Provos fooling no one, except (perhaps) my Auntie Nora: Belfast Telegraph
Steven King

Fire bomb find fuels fears of fresh terror campaign: Irish Independent

Dissidents have no 'war' mandate: (from the Irish News, Dec 28)

Search for bodies of disappeared 'must continue': Irish Independent
Louise McCall

Ulster MEP demands fraud probe: Sunday Life (Nov 28)
Alan Murray

'Unsung heroes' win credit they deserve: (from the Irish News, Dec 8)
Maeve Connolly

Duo lose High Court actions: UTV Internet (Dec 13)

Wednesday, December 29

With lifelines used, parties switch to the Blame Game: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Ireland could change Bush's image in history: (from the Irish News)
Ray O'Hanlon

Sinn Féin to recruit in 2005: Irish Examiner
Dan McGinn

Sinn Fein centenary 'a major recruitment drive': Irish Independent

Sinn Fein plans Scottish events to mark centenary next year: The Herald
Alan McDermid

Insolence: Irish Independent

Colombia's Appalling Vista: (Dec 27)
Toni Solo

Proceeds of £40m bank theft could pay IRA 'pensions': The Times
David Lister

House searches complete in North heist: RTE

Search of hostages' homes ends: BBC

Policing Board demands answers: (from the Irish News)
Roddy McGregor

Blame games and fairytales of those wriggling on the hook...: Sunday Life (Dec 26)

Call for help to find 'disappeared': UTV Internet

Tributes paid to anti-violence campaigner: (from the Irish News)
Catherine Morrison

Tyrone man cleared of bombing: UTV Internet (Dec 1)

Linfield scores with cash from Republic: Belfast Telegraph
Andrea Clements

Tuesday, December 28

DUP accused of political cowardice: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

UK elections will not delay peace process, says Ahern: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

Memories of the past task for all, says Eames: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

A new year, a fresh hope for the future: (from the Irish News)
Roy Garland

'I didn't rob the bank'- republican: Sunday Life (Dec 26)
Ciaran McGuigan

Adams slams police raids on homes: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

W£'ll blow th£ rack£ts: Sunday Life (Dec 26)
Alan Murray

Incendiary device found in store: BBC

Real IRA to step up attacks: Sunday Life (Dec 26)

We must fight for equality: (from the Irish News, Dec 11)

A Polarised City Shows Its Best And Worst Sides: The News Letter (Dec 6)

Tiger, Tiger, Fading Fast:
Kim Iskyan

Monday, December 27

Paisley's outrage is turned on airport: Edinburgh Evening News (Dec 24)
Jane Bradley & Peter Hall

Peace has turned Dr. No into Dr. Maybe: Baltimore Sun (Dec 26)
Todd Richissin

The Spectre of Imprisonment: The Blanket (Dec 15)
Marian Price

Eames - The man in the middle: Sunday Business Post (Dec 26)
Kieron Wood

GAA must decide on Rule 42 secretary: (from the Irish News, Dec 13)

Anger at jail term for bomb maker: (from the Irish News, Dec 22)
Catherine Morrison

Special Criminal Court - New court must not infringe rights: Irish Examiner

Non-jury court 'must be phased out': Irish Examiner
John Breslin

No fun on a Sunday: The Observer (Dec 19)
Henry McDonald

Irish 'Troubles' dwarfed by Rwanda: New York Daily News (Dec 22)
Celia McGee

Sunday, December 26

Republican fury at 'hostile' Belfast raids: Sunday Herald
Liam McDougall

Bank reissue could make robbers' £30m haul completely worthless: The Guardian
Henry McDonald and Tony Thompson

Bank raid 'was work of the IRA': The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Heist puts heat on Sinn Fein: Sunday Business Post
Barry O'Kelly

The price of peace? £22m in cash: Sunday Telegraph
Kevin Myers

'There needs to be screaming children and terrified wives to make this work': Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Bad Santa: The Blanket (Dec 23)
Anthony McIntyre

Eames offers to witness IRA decommissioning of weapons: Sunday Business Post
Kieron Woods

Always hope for peace at Christmas: (from the Irish News, Dec 20)
Roy Garland

Omagh Police Refuse to Meet Human Rights Chief: The Scotsman
Deric Henderson

SF opposes ID cards: (from the Irish News, Dec 22)

Nationalists to reject ID cards due in 2008: Sunday Business Post
Paul T. Colgan

But I am a Republican, you know: (from Fortnight, Nov 04)
Liam Kennedy

FoI papers shredded in the North: Sunday Business Post
Pat Leahy

Decommission the Wolfe Tones: Sunday Independent
Will Hanafin

Catholic 'secret society' gains power foothold: The Observer
Jamie Doward

Saturday, December 25

DUP 'Not Part Of IRA Killers' Deal': The News Letter
Billy Kennedy

Republican targeted in bank raid probe: RTE

SF is warned over any IRA link to heist: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Adams' anger at bank probe raids: BBC

Bank raid - the man who predicted it could happen ...: Belfast Telegraph
Ben Lowry

Give police a chance: Irish Independent (Dec 24)

Lessons To Be Learnt From This Huge Robbery: The News Letter

Nobody wants return to 'war': (from the Irish News)

For Orangemen, race card trumps 'Irish' identity: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Garda 'Discriminating Against Protestants': The News Letter (Dec 8)
Gemma Murray

Man joined UDA to be 'wanted': BBC (Dec 9)

Killer 'confessed role': Sunday Life (Dec 5)
Stephen Breen

Parties row over civic picture hots up: Belfast Telegraph

McAleese prays for reconciliation in NI: RTE

Martin McGuinness - My Christmas: Belfast Telegraph
Janet Devlin

Call For Omagh Fund To Be Wound Up: The News Letter (Nov 26)
Mary Lafferty

Teens' Christmas Shopping Halted By Sectarian Abuse: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Sectarianism is now taboo: (from the Irish News, Dec 15)

Lennon hails the hug from O'Neill: The Herald (Dec 15)
Martin Grieg

Friday, December 24

Paisley warns against quick fixes: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

DUP's 'Air Of Invincibility Has Cracked': The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

As Sinn Fein frets, DUP gloats: Irish Echo
Anne Cadwallader

Criminals and thugs control Colombians: (from the Irish News)
Jude Collins

Politicians won't relish men's return: Irish Echo
Paul Colgan

Provisional IRA denies role in £22m bank theft: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

The Northern job - what we need to know: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

How can you catch criminals, with no intelligence?: Irish Independent
Alan Murray

Three men who must be praying the £22m gang are not republicans: Irish Examiner
Pat Brosnan

'Keyholders' mantra hasn't lost its potency: (from the Irish News)
Newton Emerson

A bad week for the province's image: Belfast Telegraph

Are We Turning Into A Paradise For Gangsters?: The News Letter

Study the Second Law of Thermodynamics: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

Police officer to be quizzed over Omagh atrocity: Daily Telegraph
Thomas Harding

Special Branch officer to be quizzed over Omagh bombing: Irish Examiner
Deric Henderson

Loyalists threaten medieval punishment: (from the Irish News)
William Scholes

Loyalist seeks police talks on unrest: Belfast Telegraph

Murdered man 'innocent victim of loyalist feud': Irish Independent (Dec 23)
Ivan McMichael

O'Loan office swoop: Sunday Life (Dec 19)

Dublin bombing appeal in Ulster: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh Wallace

Border Fox one of 300 out of jail over Christmas: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Widow seeks answers for husband's murder at Christmas 32 years ago: Impartial Reporter

Groups get €1.34m grant to help bridge the Border divide: Irish Independent

Thursday, December 23

Put Us In The Picture On The Photos - Plea: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

'IRA must disarm now': (from the Irish News)

Colombia 3 location unknown: Irish Echo
Susan Garraty

Colombia reverses judge's courageous ruling: Irish Echo
Stephen McCabe

Distaste for Sinn Féin is outmoded: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

By their own comments should they be judged: Sunday Independent (Dec 12)
Mary Leland

Detectives suspect IRA link in £30m bank raid: Daily Telegraph
Thomas Harding

Provos are emerging as prime suspects: Irish Independent

Former Provos had 'the right skills' to carry out £40m raid: The Scotsman
Dan McDougall & Ted Oliver

Republicans point blame at loyalists for raid: Irish Examiner
John Breslin

PSNI reforms a serious blow to good detective work: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Cops and robbers: The Guardian

The law must hit back hard: (from the Irish News)

Dangerous Job That Secretly Saved Lives: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Furniture store damaged as firebombers strike again: Irish Examiner
Alan Erwin

Ferry gives up 2-year struggle to stay in U.S.: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Four in court over US gun smuggling: UTV Internet

Report cites equality gains in workplace: Irish Echo
Anne Cadwallader

Blunkett's 'internment law' struck down: (from the Derry Journal, Dec 19)
Eamonn McCann

Spot The Light: The Blanket
Anthony McIntyre

'Protestant Schools Lose Out On Funding': The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Mayor in plea for tolerance: Belfast Telegraph
William Allen

St Patrick's Day 2005 to take over heart of London: Irish World (Dec 17)
Angela Sammon

Wednesday, December 22

Weapons Body's Role Called Into Question: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Transparency Needed On 'secret Talks' - Durkan: Derry Journal

Oversimplify and deceive: Sunday Independent (Dec 12)

IRA trio vanished last June: The Sunday Times (Dec 19)
Liam Clarke and Maria Ines Carrizosa

Row over McCabe killers: Irish Examiner
Jimmy Woulfe

Forcing SF into unconditional democracy: Sunday Business Post (Dec 19)

Unionism in the Dáil: The Blanket
John Coulter

Unionist rivals spar over SF role in any new Stormont deal: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Bishops confident of sectarian-free future for all: Irish Independent
David Quinn

Finucane family in positive talks: (from the Irish News, Dec 17)
Barry McCaffrey and Sharon O'Neill

US border looms large for some but not others: (from the Irish News)
Ray O'Hanlon

Equality industry promotes sectarianism: (from the Irish Times, Dec 7)
Austen Morgan

£20m stolen in UK's biggest bank robbery - was it paramilitaries or common criminals?: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott & Ted Oliver

Guessing game on who is to blame but Provisionals are not the likely culprits: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Ex-terrorists team up for bank heist: Daily Mirror
Joe Gorrod and Laurie Hanna

Belfast robbery - Terrorist link would derail power share: Irish Examiner

Loyalists blamed for bomb alerts: (from the Irish News, Dec 17)
Barry McCaffrey

Dissident link to arson attacks: BBC

Firebombers are enemies of us all: Belfast Telegraph

Questions of propriety and judgment are on the cards: Daily Telegraph
Philip Johnston

Identity issue not on cards: Sunday Life (Nov 28)

Nothing to fear from new ID cards: Belfast Telegraph (Dec 20)

My horror on day music died: Sunday Life (Nov 28)
Stephen Breen

Tuesday, December 21

Colombia Three supporters rule out plans for domestic appeal: Irish Examiner
John Breslin

'No Benign Explanation' For Farc Visit: The News Letter
Billy Kennedy

Bogota three case for Europe: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Colombia sentences 'a travesty', says Sinn Fein

Zero Tolerance Is US Message To The Provos: The News Letter

SDLP's disclosure call: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

There is no inclusion in the new agreement: (from the Irish News)
Mark Durkan

The SDLP's accusations do not stand up to scrutiny: (from the Irish News)
Gerry Adams

Humbled Better Than Humiliation Says Bishop: The News Letter

Trimble Urged To Publish Statement On Justice/Policing: The News Letter

Sinn Fein's IRA links named as the real obstacle to peace: Irish Independent
David Quinn

ARA freezes assets of 'fuel smuggling boss': (from the Irish News)
Sharon O'Neill

Organised Crime Is Big Business: Derry Journal (Dec 17)

What Might Have Been: Irish Voice/

SF shown the door after short romp with Middle Ireland: Sunday Independent (Dec 19)
John Drennan

'Larry the Chef' still in legal limbo over Castlereagh break-in: Sunday Business Post (Dec 19)
Niall Stanage

Former Provo May Be Jailed: The News Letter
Ian Starrett

Hit-list loyalist back in Shankill: Sunday Life (Dec 19)
Stephen Breen

Breeding Ground for Racism: The Blanket
John Coulter

Jobs' fightback by West Belfast community for Daily Ireland: (from

Omagh bomb fund 'should be wound up': Sunday Life (Dec 19)
Stephen Breen

I left my car and a masked IRA man aimed a gun at me: Sunday Independent (Dec 19)
Liam Collins

Irish language placenames law today: RTE

Are the Irish Leaving NYC for Good?: Irish Voice/
Tom Deignan

Tourism Ireland targets forgotten Scots-Irish: Irish Echo
Stephen McKinley

Monday, December 20

Power-sharing is possible without photos - Donaldson: Sunday Business Post (Dec 19)
Paul T. Colgan

De Chastelain not to return until after Christmas: Sunday Life (Dec 19)
Alan Murray

Destroying arms already destroyed: Sunday Business Post (Dec 19)
Paul T. Colgan

Don't be camera shy boys: (from the Village, Dec 11)
Arlene Foster

North's 'mad mullah' is calling the shot: (from the Irish News, Dec 18)
James Kelly

McDowell - IRA crime has ended in Republic: Sunday Business Post (Dec 19)
Barry O'Kelly

McDowell urged to justify U-turn over IRA crime: Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keeffe

Tide of public opinion turns against Sinn Fein: Sunday Independent (Dec 19)
Brendan O'Connor

Sexy Provos: Limerick Leader (Dec 18)

Colombians search for Irish trio: BBC

Sinn Fein delegates arrive in Colombia: UTV Internet

Venezuela is favoured as Colombia Three bolt-hole: (from the Irish News, Dec 18)
Darran McCann

Trio's extradition causing legal headaches - Ahern: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna and Brian Dowling

Fugitives should return to justice: Sunday Independent (Dec 19)

Some less guilty than others: (from the Village)
Suzanne Breen

Colombian complications: (from the Irish News, Dec 18)

Identity Crisis: The Blanket
Mick Hall

Provo calendar images 'depict terror': Irish Examiner
Niall Murray

Sinn Fein dismisses 'hoax' IRA weapons calendar: Irish Independent
Allison Bray

Tory MP's Omagh bomb concern: Sunday Life (Dec 19)

RUC gift brightens up Ann McCabe's Christmas: Limerick Leader (Dec 18)
Barry Duggan

Official - No compo from Colonel for IRA victims: Sunday Life (Dec 19)
Pauline Reynolds

Irish-language newspaper Lá blames unionists for funding cuts: Sunday Business Post (Dec 19)
Anton McCabe

'Blair babe' Ruth's family fled from loyalist thugs: Sunday Life (Dec 19)
John Hunter

In Ireland today, it takes courage to be Catholic in public. Not so in Britain.: Irish Examiner
Terry Prone

Sunday, December 19

DUP Will Hold Out Until The Arms Issue Is Clearly Resolved: The News Letter

Shadowy figures stand down as fresh breed takes over in new 'legit' Provos: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

'Cunning photo plan still on agenda': BBC
Mark Devenport

Blair leading negotiating pack without any serious followers: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

Peace in Their Grasp: Irish Voice/

Fugitive IRA man 'aided Colombia escape': The Observer
Henry McDonald

Crowe fearing for safety of three in Colombia: RTE

As manhunt goes on, 'damage already done': Sunday Independent
Jeremy McDermott

'Mortar' Monaghan and his pals got $2m a trip from drugs cartel: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

US backs Colombia Three sentences: Belfast Telegraph
Sean O'Driscoll

White's shocking contempt for law: Sunday Independent
Lucinda Creighton

Evading Justice Will Not Help The Colombia Three: The News Letter

Constitution should bar SF from holding power: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Hypnotised by 'prize of peace', RTE lost contact with reality: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

McCabe Case Still Haunts: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

'Flip flop' on McCabe broke faith with public: Sunday Independent
Joseph O'Malley

St Joseph Patron Saint Of The Peace Process: The Blanket
Anthony McIntyre

FG senator breaks his silence on IRA kidnap: Sunday Independent
Liam Collins

The Irish News rejects claims: (from the Irish News, Dec 17)

'Mad Dog' will be Bolton bound after his release from prison: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Put our records straight: Sunday Life (Dec 12)

Last West Bank Army Base To Go: Derry Journal (Dec 10)

Soldiers decorated for bravery return to scene of attack that killed two colleagues: Impartial Reporter

Hopes rise for equality under new proposals: Irish Post
Amanda Diamond

We All Have The Power To Banish Racism: The News Letter (Dec 13)

Sectarianism - the hype and the myth: The Scotsman (Dec 1)
Fraser Nelson

Saturday, December 18

Irish trio 'have fled Colombia': The Guardian
Sibylla Brodzinsky and Sandra Laville

Colombia sentences 3 allegedly tied to IRA: Boston Globe (Dec 17)
Indira A.R. Lakshmanan

Ahern spurns Colombia 3 as Interpol joins the hunt: Irish Independent
Tom Brady, Susan Garraty and Gene McKenna

SF meet Colombian lawyers: BBC

Are we interested in democracy, or terrorism?: Irish Independent

The sorry saga of Colombia Three: Irish Examiner
Harry McGee

Sentences reflect clear sign of Bush's order to get tough: Irish Independent
Conor Cruise O'Brien

Colombian question - Verdict must be looked at by Coalition: Irish Examiner

Verdict will not affect peace process - Ahern: RTE

'No glimmer of light' in arms photo crux, Ahern admits: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna and Conor Sweeney

'Get Down Off King Billy's White Horse': Derry Journal

Joint proposals promote a 'culture of separation': (from the Irish News)
William Graham

The carnival is over as south wakes up to criminality of IRA: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

The challenge for Ian Paisley: (from the Irish News)

Failed Entity: The Blanket
Michael Benson

Chief Constable offended by discrimination claim, tribunal told: UTV Internet

McCrea to fight Burnside seat: Belfast Telegraph (Dec 16)
Noel McAdam and Jonathan McCambridge

Unionists were briefed by Irish News: (from, Dec 16)

Pentagon now paying millions to Spicer: Irish Echo (Dec 2)
Ray O'Hanlon

Email out of context, Reiss tells loyal order: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

Court: 'IRA behind blackmail': UTV Internet

Joe Cahill was more Forrest Gump than IRA terrorist mastermind: Sunday Independent (Dec 12)
Jim Cusack

Slugger Northern Ireland for slow learners: (from the Village, Dec 4)
Mick Fealty

Rights body's powers increased: BBC

Flag Flying In Council Chamber: Derry Journal

Stop 'Welcome To Ireland' Messages - Pat Ramsey: Derry Journal

Friday, December 17

SF refuses to confirm decommissioning claims: RTE

US envoy still hopeful of deal: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

SDLP's talk solution may not be enough: (from the Irish News)
Newton Emerson

Putting parties in the picture over peace: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

Visionary leadership needed now: (from the Irish News)
Jude Collins

There must be a total end to decommissioning, a total end to paramilitarism, a total end to all other illegal activity: Belfast Telegraph
Peter Robinson

Republic May Present Main Deal Obstacles: The News Letter

Doubts still shroud SF democratic credentials: Belfast Telegraph

Fine Gael claims McCabe deal struck in 2003: (from the Irish News)

McCabe's widow to meet garda representatives: Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keeffe

Irishmen in hiding jailed for 17 years: The Guardian
Sibylla Brodzinsky

Surprise at 17-year sentences for three in Colombia: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún, Mark Duffy and Mark Brennock

Severe sentence surprises Foreign Minister: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna and Conor Sweeney

Irish trio 'have fled Colombia': BBC

Colombian jail sentences 'miscarriage of justice': Daily Telegraph
Jerry McDermot in Medellin and Ted Oliver

This ruling suddenly changes peace talks emphasis: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Why is the government backing a Sinn Fein paper in Northern Ireland?: The Spectator
Stephen Glover

Ban on press as Day of Reflection is held behind closed doors: Impartial Reporter

Donaldson warning on impact of Army cuts: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

'The Chef' ponders a lonely Christmas: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Protestants 'Face Civil Service Bias': The News Letter
Simon Hunter

Commission calls for changes in human rights law: UTV Internet

Surprise return for inquiry: BBC

Euro boost for Ulster peace process: UTV Internet

'Celtic Tiger' Anticipates Challenge as E.U. Ambassador: Washington Post
Nora Boustany

Thursday, December 16

Deal hopes faltering: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Sinn Fein renew Paisley appeal: UTV Internet

Paisley arms claims rejected: BBC

Ahern clarifies position on photographs: Irish Examiner
Harry McGee

Battling on against the latest stumbling block: (from the Irish News)
William Graham

Ahern beats retreat over arms comment: Irish Echo
Paul Colgan

Clear IRA statement required on criminality, says McDowell: Irish Examiner
Harry McGee

Law and order key element in lasting North deal: Irish Independent

The words of Sinn Fein are still tainted with a whiff of sulphur: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

Who are the real hardliners now?: Irish World
Tom Griffin

The real humiliation: (from the News Letter)
Suzanne Breen

It's impossible to deliver, so let's move on: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

Photos of little importance with seismic shift in contours of political landscape: Belfast Telegraph
Steven King

Media ignored signs that Northern talks would fail: Sunday Independent (Dec 12)
Jim Cusack

Peace process - Little chance of an early breakthrough: Irish Examiner

Peace 'dividend' not as generous as it appears: (from the Irish News, Dec 14)
Tom Kelly

No festive parole for McCabe gang: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

McCabe's wife will address proposed gardaí march: Irish Examiner
Jimmy Woulfe and Harry McGee

Report Shows Change In PSNI As 'Unparalled': The News Letter

Now UUP's Kirkpatrick defects to Paisley party: Belfast Telegraph

No Londonderry On New City Street Map: Derry Journal (Dec 10)

Workforce 'more fairly split': BBC (Dec 10)

Protestants disadvantaged in employment market, claims MP: UTV Internet (Dec 10)

Security Base Workers Deserve Compensation: The News Letter (Dec 11)

Alarm over voter registration slump: UTV Internet

Population to hit 5m as babies boom: Irish Examiner
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