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Wednesday, February 14

Downing Street denies OTR deal: The News Letter

Just when you thought it was safe to say OTR: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Warning over shared count venue: The News Letter

Poll candidate line-up revealed: BBC

Split widens as DUP man resigns: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Weir

MLA blasted by candidate over 'integrity': The News Letter

Unionist standing in multiple seats defends position: Irish Examiner

Niggling doubts over safe seats: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

RSF party will not be recognised: BBC

Peggy running to 'smash Stormont': Derry Journal

Speaker role up for grabs: The News Letter

Paisley is assured a win but it will be a Pyrrhic victory: (from the Irish News)
Susan McKay

Are unionists ready to think the unthinkable?: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

Bad Tactics: The Blanket (Feb 11)
Anthony McIntyre

Time to recapture hope of the Good Friday Agreement: (from the Irish News)
Michael McKernan

PSNI praise Sinn Fein for murder probe help: Belfast Telegraph

Minister hits out over Orde affair: The News Letter

Government reprieve for Mr Big?: BBC
Gerry Northam

Stone faces life in isolation: (from the News of the World, Feb 11)
Martin Breen

Threat crisis for UVF victim's mum: Sunday Life (Feb 11)
Ciaran McGuigan

Day one – The Victims: Belfast Telegraph (Feb 12)
Gráinne McCarry

This is the man who shot me: Derry Journal
Erin Hutcheon

Pain never ends for the victims: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Ryder

'Equality of grief ignored': (Jan 29)
Damian McCarney

Case must be reopened: (from the Irish News, Jan 6)

Sinn Fein TD will contest election despite illness: UTV Internet

What Irish speakers have in common with Afrikaaners: Belfast Telegraph
Pól Ó Muirí

A bright new dawn sets Croke alight: Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday, February 13

Fugitives 'could be deal-breaker': BBC

Northern Ireland Office – No amnesty for IRA fugitives: Irish Examiner

DUP man quits over SF power-share: BBC

Strange days as DUP feels the unease: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Trust, democracy and the DUP: The News Letter

Fugitives must not be allowed to evade justice: Belfast Telegraph

SF's McLaughlin targets unionist stronghold: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Election fever's symptoms include political glaucoma: (from the Irish News)
Tom Kelly

Obstacle course:

SF urges reporting of attacks: Irish Independent
George Jackson

NI Asset Recovery still strong: UTV Internet

Policing Board defends Orde: UTV Internet

Another Jade Goody own goal:
Robin Livingstone

Last post sounds for watchtower: BBC

Army helicopters over GAA game 'were confrontational': Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

Reconciliation is about respecting differences: (from the Irish News)
Roy Garland

Sorry, you're just too small: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

Hunger-striker to get documents back: Irish Examiner
Caroline O'Doherty

Collusion led to my father's death. I owe it to him to find out the truth: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Ludlow relatives' concern at probe 'stalling tactics': (from the Irish News, Feb 10)

Wright killer back in prison: Sunday Life (Feb 11)
Ciaran McGuigan

Troubles victims must get closure: Belfast Telegraph
Kenneth Bloomfield

Gardaí vow to track INLA leader: Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keeffe

Hain to mark 1920s GAA massacre?: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Gaelic bastion embraces historic victory in defeat: The Independent (Feb 12)
James Lawton

Buyers put Troubles behind them to snap up property in Northern Ireland: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Adams meets with Basque leader: UTV Internet

Monday, February 12

DUP warns over IRA amnesty:

DUP manifesto may spark election cancellation: Sunday Life (Feb 11)
Alan Murray

Candidates to hand in poll forms: BBC

Hunger striker will battle SF in mid-Ulster: Sunday Life (Feb 11)
Stephen Breen

Election will test reaction to marriage of convenience: (from the Irish News, Feb 10)
James Kelly

Why I'm running: Sunday Life (Feb 11)
Brian Rowan

Writing is on the wall for Ulster's water tax: The Times
Fran Yeoman

Watch out Ian, there's a new man in town: (from the Irish News, Feb 8)
William Scholes

McCord campaign to go stateside: Sunday Life (Feb 11)
Stephen Breen

'It's time to come clean on your past': The News Letter

'Cold case' cops in dark over murders: Sunday Life (Feb 11)
Alan Murray

Ranks close around Orde following love child exposé: Irish Independent
Ian Graham

Republicans need support to join police: (from the Irish News, Feb 10)
William Graham

Republicans need to retain critical perspective on policing: Irish Democrat (Jan 29)
Feilim Ó hAhmaill

DUP talks fail to resolve rift over strategy: The News Letter

The branchmen may yet tell all: Irish World (Jan 31)
Tom Griffin

Victims' families want answers from Orde: Sunday Life (Feb 11)
Stephen Breen

New Lodge Six remembered at local ceremony: (Feb 9)
Áine McEntee

'Apology from British' for 1920 Bloody Sunday: Irish Independent

Top writer wanted to join UDA in the '80s: (Feb 9)
Ciarán Barnes

Border town sheds its 'dodgy' image: Irish Independent
Edel Kennedy

Sunday, February 11

DUP 'founding father' quits: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Showdown at the DUP's corral: BBC
Mark Devenport

Durkan tries to defuse policing row:

Sinn Fein is an aggressor which dons the robes of its victims: Sunday Independent
John-Paul McCarthy

Two women on different sides of the republican divide: (from the Sunday Tribune)
Suzanne Breen

McGuinness 'lied under oath' about IRA role: The Sunday TimesOr try this link
Liam Clarke

Prosecuting IRA fugitives 'not in public interest': The Observer
Henry McDonald

British implicated in Belfast murders: Sunday Business Post
Colm Heatley

SF warns over truth recovery: UTV Internet

Commemoration to mark murder of Pat Finucane: (Feb 8)
Evan Short

Courtney's legal bid to prevent a retrial adjourned: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh Wallace

'Top gun' paramilitary found hanged in field: The News Letter (Feb 9)

Exposed Jim's Gray days: Sunday Life (Jan 21)
Stephen Gordon

Police officer's home bomb target: BBC

Being lectured to by the Archbishop: (Jan 22)
Robin Livingstone

Orange Order gives Hain dossier: BBC

Ghosts of Croker: The Sunday Times
David Walsh

Fury at Hain's rugby wreath plan: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Lord Laird – Are 1981 hunger strikers in suicide statistics?: (Feb 8)
Evan Short

Demolition of Rosemount tower 'imminent': Derry Journal

Chinese candidate defies racist abuse: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Keeping us in the dark?: Irish Democrat (Sep 29)
David Granville

Historic day for the EU . . . as gaeilge: Irish Independent (Jan 23)
Bernard Purcell

City with explosive past: The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, AUS)
David May

When British isn't always best: The Guardian (Jan 24)

Saturday, February 10

More DUP splits emerge: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

DUP divisions will emerge after election: Irish World
Tom Griffin

Former DUP MLAs to stand for UK Unionists: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

DUP agrees election manifesto: UTV Internet

Is this what we're voting for?: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Paisley 'a political rough rider': BBC

Election a chance to influence politicians:
Martin Morgan

Paisley will play Hain's weakness for all it's worth: (from the Irish News, Feb 2)
Denis Bradley

Republicans made policing central to peace process – MP: Ulster Herald (Feb 1)

Gerry Adams' giant step: New York Daily News (Jan 27)

A stable Stormont 'is vital for business': Belfast Telegraph
Nigel Tilson

Extortionists thrive on North's peace: Irish Independent
Dearbhail McDonald

PUP running scared – McCord:
Ciarán Barnes

In informing, as in politics, timing is everything: (from the Irish News, Feb 2)
Patrick Murphy

Nationalists attack a Catholic helping Protestant neighbours: Belfast Telegraph

Ligoniel man to complain to O'Loan about murder bid:
Ciarán Barnes

Police charged over death of Strabane man: Belfast Telegraph

The anguish hasn't gone away, you know: Irish Independent
John Boland

Why Britain is the poor relation in its special relationship with the US: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

Roche appeals to O Cuiv in Dingle name controversy: Irish Independent
Anne Lucey

The battle for rights: Irish Democrat (Jan 30)
Deasúin Ó Donghaile

Locals will embrace 'foreign sport': Daily Telegraph
Keith Wood

As Croker goes ecumenical, the real enemy now facing the GAA . . .: Irish Independent
Eoghan Corry

In praise of ... Croke Park: The Guardian

An all-Ireland team? There's more chance of Ian Paisley marrying Gerry Adams: Belfast Telegraph (Jan 23)
John Laverty

History will view GAA's vision well: Irish Examiner

The joke's on us: Daily Telegraph (Jan 22)

The transformation of the IRA shows why Israel should talk to Hamas: The Guardian (Jan 24)
Jonathan Freedland

Friday, February 9

Devolution delay not on says Hanson: The News Letter

Robinson rules out prospect of SF in justice post: The News Letter

Don't force the DUP into government:
Des Wilson

Rea to meet Durkan over job row: UTV Internet

Durkan baited over former RUC officer law suit:

SDLP member upset by allegation:

See you in court: The News Letter

Policing Board says PSNI appointments based only on merit: (from the Irish News)

Police seek Sinn Fein's help with Omagh bomb probe: Irish Independent
Alan Erwin

DUP members agree resign clause: BBC

UKIP councillor stands in South Down: UTV Internet

Loyalist likely to join Ulster Unionists: (from the Irish News)
Seamus McKinney

Security writer will stand for Assembly post: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

Looking to a shared future:

United we stand?: The News Letter

Fine whines from the North keep up a head of steam for grievances: Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

Getting rid of bigotry begins at home: Belfast Telegraph

Collusion query arises over 1988 Kielty murder: Down Democrat

Ahern calls for collusion closure: UTV Internet

O'Loan report just the tip of collusion iceberg: (from the Irish News)
Jim Gibney

SDLP Set for U.S. Comeback: Irish Voice/

Call for Conroy to intervene in hunger striker case: Irish Examiner
Caroline O'Doherty

12 months on and 'dirty money' claim has still not been stood up:
Maria McCourt

Texts allowed in trial of chef accused of IRA membership: Irish Examiner

Informer Begs for Return Home: Irish Voice/
Brendan Anderson

MP's attack angers integrated sector: The News Letter

CRJ to meet on 'protocols':
Evan Short

As the man says – A tale of two cities: Ulster Herald (Feb 1)

Thursday, February 8

DUP will not be forced by deadlines – Robinson: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Hookham

New moderator's hope for devolution:

Hain will have control of new justice body: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Hookham

McCain asked to intercede with Paisley: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

It's time to put flesh on agreement promises: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

By all means: Irish Echo

Sinn Fein to meet Orde next week:

Positive signs from SF on policing, says Hain: RTE

Orde to dominate policing meeting: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

McQuillan set to sue SDLP leader: BBC

Government defends ARA move: UTV Internet

Murder rate 'lowest in 20 years': BBC

UUP candidate blasts DUP for 'communist Russia' tactics: The News Letter

A new Dawn for the PUP: Belfast Telegraph
Gráinne McCarry

Challenge over 'cold house': (from the News Letter, Feb 6)
Brian Kennaway

Integrated school gets £1million to help secure its future: The News Letter

MP launches attack on integrated education: (from the Irish News)
Simon Doyle

Orde wants names of those who refused to co-operate with Ombudsman: UTV Internet

Getting away with murder: Irish Democrat (Dec 30)
Ken Keable

Victims' families need closure – Ahern:

North most hostile to gays and foreigners, according to study: Irish Independent
Allison Bray

Criticism for GAA over hall names: (from the Irish News)
Bimpe Fatogun and Nevin Farrell

Croke Park embraces 'foreign' guests with old reservations: The Guardian
Lawrence Donegan

Arise Sir Willie . . . the most gallant leader of the GAA hierarchy: Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

Grand alliance: The Guardian
Ian Jack

Wednesday, February 7

DUP failing its voters if they don't accept power sharing: UTV Internet

New law 'excludes' Alliance role: BBC

MP to miss Assembly poll: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

DUP brands claim of contract split 'wild speculation': The News Letter

RSF's abstentionist plan: (from the Irish News)

End of era as politicians bow out: BBC
Martina Purdy

Our situation could be worse, but not much: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

Unionists will not be pressurised: The News Letter

Human rights body criticises planned new laws: Belfast Telegraph

Army to get powers of detention: UTV Internet

'Too much' spent on NI Ombudsman:

PSNI set to respond on collusion: BBC

UVF man rewarded with contracts, claims dad: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Family questions delay of report into shooting: (from the Irish News)
Allison Morris

Brother's fury at failure to stop Haddock run of terror: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Fresh investigation into Fullerton murder: Irish Democrat (Jan 29)

Making peace with the past is last major issue: (from the Irish News)
Breidge Gadd

Rallying cry no substitute for resolute action: (Feb 2)

Cold case cops to probe girl's death: Sunday Life (Jan 28)
Stephen Gordon and Chris Anerson

Bloody Sunday relatives' campaign to be screened: Belfast Telegraph

McCabe killers to pay costs of release bid: RTE

IRSP warns Gilmour over Derry return: Belfast Telegraph
Clare Weir

McDowell Blocks 'Last' Repatriation: The Blanket (Jan 21)
Fionnbarra O'Dochartaigh

Anthem will signal end of 'war': Daily Telegraph
Brendan Gallagher

Are Gaelic-only laws linguistic apartheid?: Christian Science Monitor (Feb 6)
Brendan O'Neill

Diana longed to be princess of peace: Sunday Life (Feb 4)
John McGurk

Northern Ireland to be rediscovered – Stateside: The News Letter
Adrienne McGill

Tuesday, February 6

DUP MLAs facing fines under party contracts: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

DUP denies plan for £20k fine to stop dissension: The News Letter

Republican Sinn Fein to contest NI election: UTV Internet

Let the election battle commence:
Laura Canning

Assembly elections do not present real choice: (from the Irish News)
Roy Garland

Sinn Fein gets poll boost in Republic: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Still the best of enemies: News Statesman (Feb 5)
John O'Farrell

Maybe someone needs to put manners on Sinn Féin: (from the Irish News)
Tom Kelly

When in a Hole...: The Blanket (Jan 9)
Mick Hall

Policing issue will not be last big hurdle to power sharing: Irish Democrat (Jan 25)
Tommy McKearney

Ervine in Ermine?: (from Business Eye)
Quintin Oliver

Restorative justice rules set out: BBC

Loyalist victim's father meets Police Ombudsman officials: UTV Internet

McCord letter not passed to Flanagan: Sunday Life (Feb 4)
Alan Murray

Stakeknife tape emerges after News Letter probe: The News Letter

The hand of friendship: (Feb 1)
Roisin McManus

Mitchell backs NI ministers:

A right royal row averted: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh Wallace

Onus on me to be at Croker, says Brennan: Irish Examiner
Jim O'Sullivan

For First Time, Croke Park Is Ireland's Common Ground: Washington Post
Michael Moynihan

Acht na Gaeilge – The Language Act: (Feb 26)
Séamas Ó Donnghaile

Kathryn Torney meets the chair of the Integrated Education Fund, Geraldine Tigchelaar: Belfast Telegraph (Jan 30)
Kathryn Torney

Security alert over Real IRA 'terror pact': The News Letter

Accession law incongruous: (from the Irish News, Jan 19)

The separatists exploit an uneasy division of powers: Daily Telegraph (Jan 26)
Alan Cochrane

Monday, February 5

'Plug will be pulled' on Northern parties: Irish Independent
Alan Erwin and Dan McGinn

Ahern and Hain in deadline threat: BBC

Belfast Edges Closer to Normalcy: (Feb 2)
Rebecca Bloom

A few DUP big guns to lose out over any SF deal: Sunday Life (Feb 4)
Alan Murray

Sea change in Northern politics: Sunday Business Post (Feb 4)
Colm Heatley

Peaceful Road to a united Ireland: Irish Democrat (Jan 29)
John Murphy

Killing gardai and robbing banks is crime, Mr Adams: Sunday Independent (Feb 4)
Eoin McMahon

Northern Ireland a model for rebuilding trust in police: Christian Science Monitor

A sign of rising confidence: The Independent (Feb 3)

Republican veteran Meehan welcomes Ard Fheis decision: (Feb 2)

A law unto themselves: Sunday Life (Feb 4)
Stephen Breen

Assembly election 2007 – the winners and the losers: (from the Sunday Tribune, Feb 4)
Suzanne Breen

I'll aid O'Loan... but she must not do a 'Jonty!': Sunday Life (Feb 4)
Alan Murray and Stephen Gordon

RFJ slam Orde over 'crass' comments: (Feb 2)
Ciarán Barnes

Call for full investigation into Loughinisland tragedy: Down Democrat (Jan 30)

'Collusion was going on in the early '70s': (Jan 25)

SF 'must hand over McCartney dossier': Sunday Life (Feb 4)
Alan Murray

Why Britain insists on MI5 in Ireland: Irish World (Jan 17)
Tom Griffin

'I just hope there is no more trouble – it's not supporting me': (from the Irish News, Jan 31)
Marie Louise McCrory

Protestant children 'suffer neglect': The News Letter (Jan 18)

SDLP launches all-island economy plan: (Jan 31)
Ciara O'Brien

Gracey toast apology: (from the Irish News, Jan 31)

Letters reveal Taoiseach's efforts to defer to bishops: Sunday Independent (Feb 4)
Ronald Quinlan

Troubles on his plate: Belfast Telegraph (Jan 25)
Chrissie Russell

Break-up of Union will sell both sides short: The Observer (Jan 21)
Oliver Morgan

Proud to be a true Brit: The Herald (Jan 23)
Melanie Reid

Sunday, February 4

Election talks for Ahern and Hain: BBC

Diplomat McCain: Chicago Sun Times (scroll down)
Robert Novak

Ford offered peerage – allegation: BBC

SF must prove PSNI promise: Sunday Independent

Key election issues: Sunday Business Post
Colm Heatley

Gerry, change your spots now: Sunday Independent

Sinn Fein's Visionary Step: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Shiny new Shinners keep rebel heart beating: Sunday Independent
John A Murphy

A last throw of the dice for our Stormont 'super casino': (from the Irish News)
James Kelly

Yippee, the Northern bores have no more Rubicons left to cross: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Election results show moderates' decline: Sunday Business Post
Colm Heatley

Policing charge on rates puts SF in new quandry: Belfast Telegraph (Jan 30)
Barry White

Informer's return 'would test Sinn Féin': (from the Irish News)
David Wilson

Home truths: Belfast Telegraph
John Laverty

Tensions between loyalists grow as wreaths defaced: (from the Irish News)
Allison Morris

Sex 'n' drugs and bloody murder – UDA's 'Mad Dog' Adair tells all: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

SF to hold collusion conference:

Troops 'colluded with Mad Dog': The Observer
Henry McDonald

RUC 'collusion' in replacing bomb gel with putty saved the lives of IRA men: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

New evidence of collusion in Dublin and Monaghan bombings: Sunday Business Post
Colm Heatley

A Peacemaker at the Start and the Finish: The Blanket (Jan 26)
David Adams

North 'cold house' for Protestants – order: (from the Irish News)
Claire Simpson

Durkan hails 'groundbreaking' proposals: Derry Journal (Jan 30)

Has Dublin's dosh seduced the DUP?: Belfast Telegraph (Jan 30)
Pól Ó Muirí

MLA remarks a bridge too far: Newry Democrat

Blueprint could hasten all-island economy: Derry Journal (Jan 30)
Hugh Logue

Party bosses to keep guns: Sunday Life (Jan 28)

It is time we found out for whom the RTE Angelus bell tolls: Sunday Independent
Bruce Arnold

Sleepwalking with the enemy: Daily Telegraph (Feb 3)
Ruth Dudley Edwards

U.S. must win Iraq war: China Post (Feb 2)

Saturday, February 3

McGuinness calls on DUP to commit:

DUP warn SF to build confidence: UTV Internet

War of words over ministry make-up: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Paisley may use electoral mandate to protect the intentions of DUP: Irish Independent

SF Policing Move Welcomed: Irish Voice/
Cahir Doherty

McCord – policing chief 'pompous':
Ciarán Barnes

Many questions arise over Sinn Fein's policing stance: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

Sinn Fein's Turnaround on Policing: Irish Voice/
John Spain

Sinn Féin decision was the right one – but hypocrisy is sickening:
Martin Morgan

An umbrella group led by ex republican prisoners opposed to backing the PSNI is due to meet in the Gasyard Centre next Monday to plan a strategy ahead of the Assembly elections in March.: Derry Journal

There is 'no place for Dublin' says DUP leader: UTV Internet

Green quango not appealing to Unionists: The News Letter

A step on the road to unity: Irish Democrat (Dec 29)
David Granville

Another 30 years of hell? No thanks: (from the Irish News)

I want to come home – Raymond Gilmour tells 'Journal': Derry Journal

O'Loan facing new demands over loyalist murder of teenagers:
Ciarán Barnes

Blair 'troubled' over Fullerton allegations: Derry Journal

Collusion – Dirty War Crime: The Blanket (Jan 28)
Mick Hall

Court go-ahead for Wright inquiry: BBC

MLA remarks a bridge too far: Newry Democrat

Law could hamper rights investigations: UTV Internet

Ex-prisoners lose 'political bias' jobs case against charity: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Tohill kidnappers jailed despite leniency plea: UTV Internet

Property boom helps Shankill Road to forget the Troubles: The Independent
Cahal Milmo

'There's never been an issue with the Loughrans/Devlins': (from the Irish News, Jan 31)
Marie Louise McCrory

Rioters clash in Derry: UTV Internet

Turning point?: Ballymena Times

Unionists vow to block housing scheme between Bone and Hillview Road:
Ciarán Barnes

Lithuania takes action after attacks on its workers in Ulster: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

Sinn Fein gets poll boost in Republic: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Part of my heart will always be in Ulster, says US peacemaker: Belfast Telegraph

Friday, February 2

Adams denies pandering to DUP: The Irish Times

Sinn Fein's new stance on police doesn't go far enough – Dodds: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Nipsa angry at 'manners' comment: (from the Irish News)
Maeve Connolly

Support for policing plan: Down Democrat

PSNI – Making your mind up:
Evan Short

Sinn Fein's vote for policing are 'hollow words': Impartial Reporter

Sir Reg questions threat over elections: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Ulster Unionists have role to play in long term future of N.I.: Impartial Reporter

Moral Duty: The Blanket (Jan 15)
John Coulter

Loyalists hit out at IMC report: UTV Internet

Reunification is solution to partition problem: (from the Irish News)
Jim Gibney

Ulster's Last Holdout: New York Times

Irish accord signals end to long rift, offers hope: San Antonio Express (Jan 31)

Scene set to break free of direct rule: Belfast Telegraph

Chief Constable due back in NI amid row over his appointment: UTV Internet

Durkan in 'legal action threat': BBC

Durkan refuses to apologise to McQuillan:

Orde's remarks 'provocative':
Damian McCarney

A most unlikely revolutionary: (from the Sunday Tribune, Jan 28)
Suzanne Breen

PSNI urged to publish key letter over UVF collusion: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Blair to deal with collusion says Adams: UTV Internet

Unionist parties are blasted over report response: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Foster meets with Policing Board to discuss RUC collusion: Fermanagh Herald

Dail body to deal with NI affairs: BBC

Rabbitte comments on NI MPs at Dáil Committee: RTE

DUP vows to boycott Dail committee:

Govt denies deal with Sinn Fein: UTV Internet

Hunger strike by woman quizzed on Northern Bank raid: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Youths 'arrange' sectarian riots: BBC

Politicians blame dissidents for Waterside attacks on PSNI: Belfast Telegraph

Real IRA victim's grave is vandalised – again: Belfast Telegraph

North/south row over Derry footballer playing for Republic: (from the Irish News)
Seamus McKinney

Local government – reform or embryonic repartition?: Irish Democrat (Jan 30)
Tommy McKearney

When Ulster Sat With Israel: Jewish Press (Jan 31)
Zalmi Unsdorfer

Thursday, February 1

Ahern warns Paisley to face power-sharing commitments: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

Indecisive Paisley adopts a 'wait and see' attitude: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Hookham and Noel McAdam

Bishops urge parties on after SF's historic policing decision: Irish Independent
John Cooney

Election campaign gets under way: UTV Internet

SF's support for the police must be 'unconditional': The News Letter

Killer backs policing plan: (from the News of the World, Jan 28)
Martin Breen

So what was the Struggle about?: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

SF can sit and watch intra-unionist bigot-fest: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

Provos' next step must be disbandment: The News Letter

The loyalists are long way behind: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Adams backs PSNI McCartney probe: The Irish Times

McDowell – McCartney case will be litmus test for SF: Belfast Telegraph

Policing issue has now been removed says Catherine McCartney: UTV Internet

Police reject claims vandals are recruited to spy in city: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Deputy Mayor quits SF: Newry Democrat

Orde's appointment under scrutiny: The News Letter

DUP anger at SDLP police claim: BBC

SF, SDLP backlash in Orde leak row: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

SDLP leader's own goal is nothing to laugh about: The News Letter

Sinn Fein and SDLP furious over Orde comments: Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham and Gene McKenna

SF meet Blair on police collusion: BBC

Rea to be questioned on Orde dossier:

'Where is actual evidence of collusion?': The News Letter

Spy link to teen murders: (from the News of the World, Jan 28)
Martin Breen

Mother wants to find truth behind son's murder: UTV Internet

House calls for Finucane probe: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Collusion revelations – disturbing but not shocking: The Blanket (Jan 24)
Brendan O'Neill

Getting away with murder: Irish Democrat (Dec 30)
Ken Keable

Gangs clash in sectarian trouble: BBC

Yes, Blair made mistakes but he's been our friend: Irish Independent
Martina Devlin

Flynn challenges woman's debt claim: Irish Examiner
Sean Mac Carthaigh

What's in a name . . . especially when you are Gaelic and free?: Irish Independent
Kevin Myers


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