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Sunday, February 15

Proposals for Stormont shake-up: BBC

DUP plans praised by Donaldson: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Regan

Orange row 'could lead to divorce': BBC
Mark Devenport

So what's it all about then, Mr Paisley?: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Parades 'summit' starts in South Africa: Belfast Telegraph
Sahm Venter

DUP trio seeking nomination: BBC

Omagh families want Ministers quizzed: The Observer
Henry McDonald

What happened next?: The Observer
Carl Wilkinson

Labour NI recruits on agenda: BBC

NI Labour members feel 'unwelcome': UTV Internet

Latimer lawyers must keep up the fight for freedom: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

Bombers 'did not need UK collusion': The Observer
Henry McDonald

Gardai failed to interview 1974 witness: Sunday Independent
Liz Walsh

Anti-sectarian graffiti plan: Belfast Telegraph

No longer polls apart: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Setback for widow in murder review bid: Belfast Telegraph

Football managers' union presses for an all-Ireland premiership: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Murderous tactics echo the IRA's war on Irish police: Daily Telegraph (Feb 12)
John Keegan

--------- Bloody Sunday News ---------

I Saw Soldier Fire At Flat Window - Rioter: The News Letter (Feb 12)

Confusion at Saville contempt ruling: Daily Telegraph (Feb 14)
Thomas Harding

Clear victims' names, Bloody Sunday judge is urged: Irish Independent (Feb 14)
Gary Kelly

Another milestone for Bloody Sunday: BBC (Feb 13)
Paul McCauley

Saturday, February 14

Parties 'to hold talks' on DUP package: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

DUP Plan 'Lets SF Off The Hook': The News Letter
Ciaran McKeown

Unionist MPs oppose amnesty: Belfast Telegraph (Feb 12)
Brian Walker

SDLP 'must remember its mandate and rebuild': (from the Irish News)
William Graham

Adams rallies Brisbane faithful: The Courier-Mail (Queensland, Feb 13)
Graham Lloyd

Radio Interview with Gerry Adams: ABC (Queensland, AUS, Feb 13)

Ferry shouldn't wait: Irish Echo

Let's have tourist attractions without monuments to terror: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Children sent out to attack Bradley home: Belfast Telegraph
Ciaran O'Neill

Time to listen to 'successor' generation: Irish Independent

I Am Innocent - I'll Prove It One Day: The News Letter (Feb 12)

Police move over Omagh suspect: BBC (Feb 12)

RSF criticised over CIRA ad: (from the Irish News, Feb 11)
Sharon O'Neill

Orange leaders set for African seminar: Belfast Telegraph

'Insulted' detective dismisses bogus bomb find claims: Irish Independent
Chris Parkin

Belfast politician donates books during Lawrence visit: Boston Globe (Feb 8)

Britain's Iraq cover-up - the Northern Ireland conection: Irish World
Tom Griffin

Media 'conspiracy': (from the Irish News, Feb 5)
Newton Emerson

--------- Bloody Sunday News ---------

Bloody Sunday journalists escape legal action: The Guardian
Angelique Chrisafis and Matthew Taylor

McGuinness 'lied in evidence': Daily Telegraph
Thomas Harding

Bloody Sunday lawyers pick up £67m fees: The Scotsman
Jason Beattie

Learning lessons of Bloody Sunday: Belfast Telegraph

The Beginning Of The End: Derry Journal

Friday, February 13

US envoy in voting warning: Belfast Telegraph
Susan Garraty

Campbell Spells Out DUP Plans: The News Letter
Billy Kennedy

Weir warning for nationalists: UTV Internet

Foundations for development laid as Sinn Fein goes unionist: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

Tread softly, you tread on their schemes: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

Petrol attack on vice-chairman: BBC

Move to extend police '50-50' plan under fire: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Disbanding Of The Reserves A Non-Runner: The News Letter

Blair accused of 'protecting' intelligence officers: UTV Internet

Finucanes to meet commissioner: BBC

Cory to be published 'within a few weeks': Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

SDLP press for 'collusion' inquiries: UTV Internet

Investigations feared to be British government 'stalling': (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

IRA's violence was necessary, says Adams: Irish Independent
Tom Felle

Hume's legacy - peace before party: Irish Echo
Jack Holland

John Hume: New York Times
David C. Unger

Hume steps off the stage: Irish Echo

Tribute to Hume is appropriate: (from the Irish News)

Trial of Real IRA suspects stopped: RTE

UUP to discuss Orange fees: BBC

Unionist branch bounces back: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

British reject claims of army patrol incursion across the Border: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna & Elaine Keogh

Deaths 'a grave injustice': (from the Irish News)
Sharon O'Neill

--------- Bloody Sunday News ---------

Witness No 919 is last to face the Bloody Sunday inquiry: Daily Telegraph
Thomas Harding

'Police invented McGuinness link': UTV Internet

Thursday, February 12

Two NI bases to close: BBC

Recruitment drive is launched by DUP: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

DUP angling for 'Unionist' assembly: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

DUP has begun to pull the curtain back on a more moderate position: Irish Examiner
Noel Whelan

Unforgiven by unionists for bringing the republican cuckoo into the nest: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

Commons plea for NI police reservists: UTV Internet

O'Loan's Office To Be Scrutinised: The News Letter
Ian Graham

PSNI example for the Garda: (from the Irish News) — link repaired

Thaw detected in Irish-UK relations: BBC
James Helm

Prison's Pressure: The News Letter
Alan Erwin

McDowell 'can't back up Sinn Fein claim': Irish Independent
Tom Felle

Adams now a top of the morning guest: The Australian
John Kerin

Sinn Fein leader to join parade: Syracuse Post-Standard (Feb 11)
Jenny Hurwitz

Sinn Fein boss urges US to get out of Iraq: The Courier-Mail (Queensland)
Malcolm Cole

MacCionnaith refuses trip invite: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Parades issue not resolved, warns Apprentice Boys chief: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Durkan 'will not stand in Europe': BBC

On a par with Parnell? It's too early to judge Hume's place in history: Belfast Telegraph
Steven King

Labour Party Irish Society speak out: Irish World
Paul Donovan

Scap's den in the sun: (from The People, Feb 8)
Liz Trainor

Former UDR Soldier Wants Apology: The News Letter
Ross Smith

Murphy claims no evidence of collusion in bombings: Irish Examiner
John Breslin

Ludlow family consider civil case against Garda: (from the Irish News)
Valerie Robinson

--------- Bloody Sunday News ---------

Mother 'may have foreseen death': Belfast Telegraph
Larry Deeney

Wednesday, February 11

SF 'foolish' to reject DUP deal, says Empey: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

SDLP 'should join non-SF coalition': UTV Internet

Calls to safeguard north/south agenda: (from the Irish News)
William Graham

Two Governments Must Stand By Deal: Derry Journal

Sinn Fein chief confident of change: Melbourne Herald Sun (Feb 9)
Simone Pitsis

DUP Plan 'A Safety Net For Sinn Fein': The News Letter
Ciaran Mckeown

More Unites Than Divides The Risk-Takers: The News Letter

Time For Pretence To End: Derry Journal

Donaldson defections row stays on the boil: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Orange Order to meet the DUP: (from The People, Feb 8)
Joe Oliver

Let's have no more 'secrets': (from the Irish News)

What is a terrorist anyway, asks Adams: Sydney Morning Herald (Feb 8)
Debra Jopson

Sinn Fein leader to march in Syracuse St. Patrick's Day parad: New York Newsday (Feb 10)

The case for a 'vintage' Irish American campaign: (from the Irish News)
Ray O'Hanlon

Suddenly d'auld enemy's a best mate: Irish Independent
Victoria Ward

British relations - View of the old enemy mellows out: Irish Examiner

O'Loan to probe officer's death: BBC

Security force collusion in bombings may have occurred, says McDowell: Irish Examiner
John Breslin

Families petition UN for support: Belfast Telegraph
Mary Fitzgerald

Dissidents blamed for attack: BBC

--------- Bloody Sunday News ---------

IRA gunman fired first, Bloody Sunday Inquiry told: UTV Internet

'It's Been A Long, Tough Journey': Derry Journal

Tuesday, February 10

Parties begin review talks: BBC

DUP in ballpark of the accord - SF chief: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Plans Nail The Lie We're A Party Of Wreckers: The News Letter
Ross Smith

Courageous DUP is finally facing realities: (from the Irish News)
Roy Garland

DUP's plan still has real potential: Belfast Telegraph

Flowering Of Hope, Thanks To The DUP: The News Letter

Ulster peace a slow process - Adams: The Age
Tony Parkinson

Quitters number row rages on for UUP: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Two years on, Castlereagh robbery suspect is still in "legal limbo": (from the Sunday Tribune, Feb 8)
Susan McKay

Adams to replace McAleese amid big political upheaval?: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Unsolved murders team still not set up: (from the Irish News)
Sharon O'Neill

Stop turning a blind eye to naked reality: Belfast Telegraph (Feb 6)
Lindy McDowell

No 10 adviser to be quizzed on secret policy making role: The Guardian
Michael White

Schools flag flying policy is reviewed: (from the Irish News, Feb 6)
Simon Doyle

Ads To Help Children Respect Differences: The News Letter

Latimer court fury: Belfast Telegraph
Mary Fitzgerald

True zeroes of Ireland!: Sunday Life (Feb 1)
Stephen Breen

Omagh bomb plotter's sister honoured: Belfast Telegraph (Feb 3)

NI police officer wins libel claim: UTV Internet

--------- Bloody Sunday News ---------

Hume 'suspected of spying for Dublin': UTV Internet

Hume denies police files claim that he was Dublin agent: The Independent
David McKittrick

Monday, February 9

Murphy meets local parties: UTV Internet

Alliance 'is prepared to engage': Belfast Telegraph (Feb 7)

UUP Tells Prophets Of Doom To Figure It All Out: The News Letter (Feb 3)

Burnside publishes strategy for way forward: Belfast Telegraph (Feb 6)
Claire Regan

DUP's 'Magna Carta' is full of make believe: (from the Irish News, Feb 7)
James Kelly

Cory hints he may go public: Sunday Life (Feb 8)

Be true to truce: Sunday Life (Feb 8)
Stephen Breen

'Stormontgate' intrigue only increases: Boston Herald
Jim Dee

Historic Links May Pave The Way To Peace: The News Letter (Feb 6)

Kerry's New Statement: Irish Voice/

'Punishments' at all-time high: Sunday Life (Feb 8)

Policing fears on Reserve removal: Belfast Telegraph (Feb 6)
Jonathan McCambridge

Court Blow For Sinn Fein: The News Letter (Feb 3)

An arresting day for Hume: Sunday Independent (Feb 8)
Jerome Reilly

Young woman blast victim only identified by her earring: Irish Independent (Jan 21)
Bill Corcoran and Paul Melia

Collusion on Bombings 'Probable': Irish Voice/
Tom Deignan

Ahern does not expect more 1974 UK files: RTE (Feb 3)

Making it public: Irish Echo

New SF man backs Orange event: Belfast Telegraph (Feb 3)
Kim Kelly

The forgotten protesters: The Guardian
Marina Cantacuzino

Joy To The World: (from
Danny Morrison

Store Removes Union Flag Apple Wrapping: The News Letter (Feb 3)

A Question of Class: The Blanket (Oct 3, 2003)
Davy Carlin

Bloody Sunday evidence to end: BBC

Catholic Church's fears over integration are ill-founded: The Scotsman
Joyce McMillan

Sunday, February 8

DUP devolution proposals not 'deceitful' says Robinson: Belfast Telegraph
Gary Grattan

SF urge DUP to begin direct talks: RTE

In N. Ireland, hard-liner reborn as power broker: Boston Globe
Charles M. Sennott

Examining the fine print: BBC
Mark Devenport

A blueprint worthy of study: (from the Irish News)

Blair and Ahern best hope to stand up to SF: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

SDLP considers Ali Hewson as European candidate: Sunday Business Post
Paul T Colgan

The retiring kind: The Observer
Henry McDonald

History may not judge Hume kindly: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Hume dream of an 'Agreed Ireland' remains unfulfilled: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

MoD forces Radio 4 to cancel 'Stakeknife' author interview: The Observer
Henry McDonald

The lord will follow: Sunday Business Post
Stephen Price

Province divided beyond the grave: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Baton Round Has 'No Effective Alternative': The News Letter

Plastic bullet issue still causes concern: (from the Irish News, Jan 30)

Terrorism actually: The Guardian (Feb 4)
Oliver Burkeman

AOH big gets Irish up over language rebuff: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Language Belongs to All the People: The Blanket (Feb 4)
Sean Fleming

'I know names of my son's killers': Belfast Telegraph (Feb 4)
Jonathan McCambridge

New boss for Lurgan terror group: Sunday Life (Feb 1)

A cold northern wind blowing for the Irish Times: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

So what's hidden in the Maze?: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Disappointing Response To Orange Exhibition: The News Letter (Feb 2)
Anne Palmer

Author Reveals Plan For United Ireland: Derry Journal (Jan 27)

Archbishop Conti accuses BBC of bias against Catholic church: The Herald (Feb 4)
Cameron Simpson

Saturday, February 7

DUP reveals plan to restore devolution: The Guardian
Angelique Chrisafis

DUP proposal for assembly without ministers rejected: Irish Independent
John Devine

'You'll Not Be Ministers Without Us': Derry Journal

Arms issue 'not being ignored': BBC

The DUP plan for devolution: Belfast Telegraph
Peter Robinson

Now It's Down To Business: The News Letter
Ciaran Mckeown

New blueprint will bring 'no men' away from sidelines: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

DUP plan worthy of serious study: Belfast Telegraph

The Greatest: Derry Journal

Adams most popular leader in South: Belfast Telegraph

A land fit for heroes or a party suited to Peelers: The Blanket (Jan 27)
Tommy McKearney

How republicans 'travelled the world telling unchallenged porkies': Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Solicitor's mother to apply for review: (from the Irish News)

SF Supports Families In Collusion Campaign: Derry Journal

Ambassador Flags Up Province's Close US Ties: The News Letter

Kerry's Irish Statement Revisited: Irish Voice/

Loyalist removed over racism: BBC

'No more warnings' message from RIRA: (from the Irish News)
Roddy McGregor

GAA murder - PSNI vows to restore confidence: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

Creggan Man Alleges PSNI Kidnap: Derry Journal (Feb 3)

H-blocks for sale as Maze exorcises its old ghosts: Irish Independent
David McKittrick

Ulster's BBC governor to stay: Belfast Telegraph (Feb 2)
Chris Thornton

London bid hit by dirty tricks: Evening Standard (Feb 4)
Adrian Warner

The old Orange judge: The Guardian (Feb 4)
Paul Foot

SNP anger at plans to celebrate the Act of Union: The Herald (Feb 3)
Michael Settle

Friday, February 6

Paisley outlines power plans to Blair: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

Paisley and Blair enjoy 'good start' to talks on Assembly: Irish Independent
Laura Elston

Future uncertain as GFA review gets under way: (from the Irish News)
William Graham

US all-clear for SF fundraising: Irish Independent
Susan Garraty

Tears Signal End Of An Era: The News Letter
Ciaran Mckeown

What now for the SDLP in Europe?: (from the Irish News)
Jude Collins

The nationalist dilemma now facing the SDLP: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Hume's Exit Is Major Loss For Political Arena: The News Letter

Hume merits his place in history: Belfast Telegraph

UUP 'attracting more members': BBC (Feb 4)

Investment, tourism hits feared in wake of racist assaults: Irish Echo
Stephen McKinley

Groping towards a statue of limitations?: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

'Open mind' on new killing probe: BBC

Scappaticci loses legal bid over book: UTV Internet

DUP's Europe nominee revealed: BBC

Guns in the sun: Sunday Life (Feb 1)

Call to seize Real IRA unit: Belfast Telegraph
Ciaran O'Neill

Man accused of IRA spy plot criticises police: The Guardian
Angelique Chrisafis

IRA raid suspect made 'open visit' to Ireland: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

Private meeting between Bracks and Gerry Adams: Melbourne Herald Sun
Mandi Zonneveldt

West Belfast man held in US for year finally gets visit from Irish Consul General: (from, Jan 28)
Jarlath Kearney

Security files on bombings 'vanished' says Ahern: UTV Internet (Feb 3)

Man on a mission: Irish Echo
Jack Holland

Saville Inquiry may not answer all the questions: Belfast Telegraph (Feb 4)
Brendan McDaid

--------- Bloody Sunday News ---------

Ex-Provo says claims are rubbish: Belfast Telegraph
Larry Deeney

Bloody Sunday Inquiry update: UTV Internet

Thursday, February 5

Adams urges bill of rights to keep peace process alive: The Guardian
Nicholas Watt and Angelique Chrisafis

DUP to outline devolution plans: BBC

US envoy meets Taoiseach for talks: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria Ward

Sinn Fein offers olive branch: Denver Post (Jan 22)
Bruce Finley

Unpalatable truths of the failed agreement must be swallowed: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

Patience is the only strategy: (from the Irish News)

Making A Fresh Start Is Not Easy: The News Letter

IRA boosting SF with illegal funds: Belfast Telegraph
Jim Cusack

Paramilitary racketeering needs to end: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

Ireland's leading critic of Sinn Fein ... no, it's not Ian Paisley: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

'Collusion murders' - Families in MI5 protest: UTV Internet

Blair has no intention of publishing Cory Report into killings, says Adams: Irish Examiner
John Deane and Alan Erwin

Canadian judge hailed in U.K. for defying Blair: Toronto Globe and Mail (Feb 4)
Kirk Makin

Defiant Trimble denies defections hit party: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Hume to step down after 24 years as an MEP: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Tributes to giant of peace process as Hume bows out: The Independent
David McKittrick

Man of vision and champion of politics over violence: Irish Independent
Maurce Hayes

Hume wise to walk before a fall: (from the News Letter)
Suzanne Breen

Brought Irish question to an international stage: Irish IndependentBarry Whie

Scappaticci court book move: Belfast Telegraph

Real IRA says it planted bomb in Co Derry: RTE

Prisons chief meets with loyalist group: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

IRA coach bombing remembered: UTV Internet

--------- Bloody Sunday News ---------

Inquiry told of inaccuracies in TV drama: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

'Top Provo saw victim felled as soldier opened fire': UTV Internet

Wednesday, February 4

Adams not hopeful on review of peace pact: Boston Herald
Jim Dee

Rewrite peace pact - Paisley: The Guardian
Angelique Chrisafis

Paisley met with Adams 'just for the show': Irish Independent
Ian Graeme

Parties as far apart as ever in GF review: UTV Internet

Listening Ear From US As The Parties Go Into Ring: The News Letter
Ciaran McKeown

America's new man in Ulster has impressive pedigree: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

DUP Have To Lead Somewhere: Derry Journal

Review Process Is Under Way But How Will It End?: The News Letter

The shadow of the gunman: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Howard

Sinn Fein - Guns must go: Belfast Telegraph

Terror is on the wane, but bigotry is never far below the surface: Daily Telegraph
W F Deedes

Symbols of hate must go quickly: (from the Irish News, Jan 23)

Murphy lays down law with loyalist leaders: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Shooting 'linked to feud': BBC

Partitionists and Non Truth Tellers: The Blanket
George Young

NIO loses 17 passes since IRA spy claims: (from the Irish News)
Simon Doyle

Police Don't Trust O'Loan: The News Letter
Alan Erwin

'The Last Thing We Need Is A Truth Commission' - Foster: Derry Journal

MP calls for oath of allegiance: (from the Irish News)
Simon Doyle

Hume expected to announce MEP retirement: RTE

Judge defends criticism of govt over bombings: UTV Internet

Crucial material not made available to inquiry: Irish Independent
Ben Quinn and Bill Corcoran

Why we cannot see files on mass murder: Irish Independent

--------- Bloody Sunday News ---------

Former MP 'not a liar': BBC

Tuesday, February 3

Murphy hints at another election: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Envoy 'to monitor review': BBC

Ahern confident DUP will not use delaying tactics in process: Irish Examiner
Harry McGee

What the Agreement review means: BBC
Mark Devenport

Way In To Stormont For Adams In Dispute: The News Letter

Archbishop backs DUP's Ahern talks: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Taking risks not always good politics: (from the Irish News)
Roy Garland

A Man for All Seasons?: The Blanket (Dec 23)
Eamon Sweeney

Loud Unionist Message So Often Ignored: The News Letter

Unionists Are Being Ignored: The News Letter
Billy Kennedy

DUP Lord it: Sunday Life (Feb 1)
Stephen Breen

Gerry Adams off Bracks diary: Melbourne Herald Sun (Jan 29)
Tanya Giles

Stakeknife claim played down by aide: (from the Irish News)
Catherine Morrison

Council supports amnesty for Irish family: Jersey City Reporter (Jan 25)
Dave Hoffman

Lords hear call for new IRA killings inquiry: UTV Internet

Loyalist ordered to pay £145,000 by assets agency: UTV Internet

Action needed on racism, says Trimble: RTE

Tribunal offered one man £50 compensation cheque: Irish Independent (Jan 21)

Collateral damage - The Law Lord whose reputation threatens to become: Scotland on Sunday (Feb 1)
John O'Farrell & Yakub Qureshi

My report on Lord Hutton: The Guardian
Danny Morrison

Unfair Comparison: Derry Journal (Jan 30)

--------- Bloody Sunday News ---------

'Barney folded up and fell on his side': Belfast Telegraph
Larry Deeney

Former MP denies report: BBC

Saville signs are not good say relatives: (from the Irish News)
Roddy McGregor

Monday, February 2

Ulster could face assembly election in June: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Power-sharing role for SF under secret DUP plan: Irish Independent

Peace pact review threatens intercommunity gains: Boston Herald
Jim Dee

Paul Murphy - 'The IRA needs to persuade people that the war is really over': The Independent
David McKittrick

Firebrand's icy words for new recruit: Sunday Life (Feb 1)

UUP Can't Be Like NI Football Team - MLA: The News Letter (Jan 30)
Billy Kennedy

IMC may summon leading loyalists: Sunday Life (Feb 1)
Alan Murray

Ahern hits out at SF 'hypocrisy': Irish Independent (Jan 28)
Geraldine Collins

Politically Correct - PC Orde: The Blanket
Anthony McIntyre

George Cross Letter Threat: The News Letter (Jan 30)

'Merchants of death' supplied machinegun to ex-RIR man: Belfast Telegraph (Jan 29)
Jonathan McCambridge

Extradition of suspects fraught with difficulty, says Cooney: Irish Independent (Jan 28)

Whitewash?: Irish Echo
Paul Colgan

Stakeknife - his brief in warning to Sunday Life over Hutton: Sunday Life (Feb 1)
Ciaran McGuigan

Bloody Sunday anniversary rally in Derry: RTE

I'd be surprised if my marriage survives: Daily Telegraph (Jan 26)

SF and SDLP in street signs row: Sunday Life (Feb 1)

The Celtic tiger's underbelly: Washington Times (Jan 15)
Gareth Harding

Sunday, February 1

Trimble elbowed aside as NI talks resume: Independent on Sunday
David McKittrick

Trimble deputy says split is lasting: The Observer
Henry McDonald

UUP holds quit probe in wake of Donaldson: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Ian the First anoints his son as successor: (from the Irish News)
James Kelly

Dublin involvement is being seen in a new light: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

Back Room - Rosy future for hardliners in the North: Sunday Business Post

UUP denies recruiting war hero Collins: Sunday Independent
Alan Murray

Sneaking advances of Sinn Fein lead to rot by stealth: Sunday Independent
John Drennan

Kirkham warns of fresh violence: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Exiled loyalist killer allowed to sell home: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

Spooks are out to get me: Sunday Life (Jan 25)
Ciaran McGuigan

News Letter gets robust new line: Irish Echo
Anne Cadwallader

Informant who was left to die by the FBI: Belfast Telegraph
Sean O'Driscoll

Farrell was 'lawfully killed' by SAS - Gibraltar papers: Sunday Business Post
Paul T Colgan

Army denies cutting back on wreaths: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Dykes

Church will not give in to attempted ban: (from the Irish News)
Bimpe Fatogun

Georgia's Got Ulster-Scots On Its Mind: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Jimmy Carter backs Ulster musical: Belfast Telegraph (Jan 28)
Ciaran O'Neill

Establishment judge who won't just toe the line: The Observer
Henry McDonald and Martin Bright


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