This archive contains references to articles from February 1-14, 2012. If you find a link that is out of date please let us know by e-mailing the Newshound.




Book Reviews
& Book Forum

Search / Archive
Back to 10/96





Tuesday, February 14

Row over call for Troubles amnesty: The News Letter

Sinn Fein – "Kingsmills march must be rerouted": Newry Times
Declan McAteer

Stormont debates require more focus: BBC
Mark Devenport

Big Ian – A giant in so many ways: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Hopeful straws in Council wind: Belfast Media
Máirtín Ó Muilleoir

PSNI misconduct figures disturbing: Belfast Telegraph

Northern Ireland man accused of possessing IED:
Henry McDonald

Gardaí look to North in murder hunt: Derry Journal

Military witness 'bugged Wootton car': UTV

Stephen Carroll trial – Army intelligence lost tracking data: BBC

Man charged over courthouse bomb: UTV

Norman Baxter's Long Crusade: Counter Punch
Eamonn McCann

Retired garda seeks interview notes: The Irish Times
Gerard Cunningham

How spooks are undermining peace in Northern Ireland:
Paul Larkin

UK ministers visit Pope in Rome: UTV

Closing Vatican embassy 'was wrong decision': Irish Examiner
Paul O'Brien

The natural order has been turned on its head (Feb 12): Sunday Independent
Jody Corcoran

An embassy in the Vatican: The Irish Times

Boris Johnson and his London Irish problem:
Dave Hill

Time for the Irish to embrace Britain and not Boston or Berlin – Only the British have stood up for Ireland in these hard times: Irish Voice/
Paul Allen

To say Celtic don't need Rangers is to deny what feeds football culture (Feb 13): The Herald
Michael Grant

Myth of Scotland as subsidy junkie of the UK is scotched (Feb 13): The Scotsman

Six Nations 2012 – BBC forced into climbdown over its 'anti-English' trailer for tournament coverage (Feb 9): Daily Telegraph
Gavin Mairs

Eirigi hold 'solidarity with Khader Adnan' vigil: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Monday, February 13

Dissident republicans arrested in Garda raid: Irish Examiner
Sean O'Riordan

Man faces Coalisland explosives charge: UTV

SF wants a border poll? Bring it on!: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Elliott's Ireland barbs partisan and provocative (Jan 24): Belfast Telegraph
Gerard McCann

Ford congratulates Alliance on electoral success: Coleraine Times

Vatican's embassy closure not in original draft of cuts: Irish Independent
Fionnán Sheahan

Closure a step too far: Irish Examiner
Paul O'Brien

Pope should come here but visit the North first (Feb 10): Irish Independent
David Quinn

Bonus points for Irish? That's bogus (Feb 7): The Irish Times

Time is right to put Northern Ireland on global tourism map, says NITB: Belfast Telegraph

Top economists help Sinn Fein update policies (Feb 12): Sunday Independent
Daniel McConnell

Commitment to court of justice a historic step (Jan 16): The Irish Times
David Fennelly

Life and death issue in Britain sure to grab attention of Irish (Jan 12): Irish Independent
Graham Clifford

Majority of Scots want ban on street parades: The Herald

SNP heading for Nato U-turn in referendum battle plans (Feb 12): Scotland on Sunday
Kenny Farquharson

Scottish and UK governments to begin independence referendum talks:
Andrew Sparrow

Scottish independence – David Cameron set to snub Alex Salmond's separation: The Scotsman
Scott MacNab

First step in choreography of referendum agreement: The Herald
Michael Settle

Alex Salmond shows off skills in footwork and point-scoring: The Scotsman
John McLellan

Meaningful talks on independence: The Herald

Peace group helps combat gangs (Jan 22): Belfast Telegraph

Sunday, February 12

Amnesties should be option in Northern Ireland – Al Hutchinson: BBC

Concerns over policing in Mid-Ulster: Tyrone Times

Man arrested in Coalisland in terrorism investigation: BBC

Two arrests in Cork dissident operation: UTV

Republicans executed dad (24) – priest: Evening Herald
Jonathan Gray

DUP mayor in Dublin for GAA semi-final: BBC

Dunn claims Sinn Fein councillor was 'bullied' (Jan 24): Larne Times

Now Crowley pens BC concerns to Clinton: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Davy Hyland Slams Internment and Mistreatment of Republican Prisoners: The Cross Examiner

Order hails 'true heroes' over awards (Feb 3): The News Letter

Paisley's twists and turns on his road to Damascus: Sunday Independent
John-Paul McCarthy

The Ian Paisley paradox – considering the career of Dr. No: Irish Voice/
Paddy Duffy

Gilmore failing to impose order over Vatican embassy: Sunday Independent
John Drennan

Righteous furore over Vatican embassy could start move to renew our republic: Sunday Independent
Stephen J Costello

The Ascendancy is dead – long live the middle classes (Feb 10): The Irish Times
Tony Farmar

Irish sovereignty – if not alarmed, pay attention: Irish Echo
Joe Jamison

Murphy claims Invest NI and IDA are 'failing border areas': Newry Times
Paul Malone

James McClean's Northern Ireland regrets: Belfast Telegraph
Ruaidhri O'Connor

Why Boris is so out of touch (Feb 11): Irish Independent

What's your solution to the Transdniestrian problem? (Feb 10): BBC
Mark Devenport

Footballer faces sectarian charge: The Scotsman

Westminster 'split over Scottish powers': Scotland on Sunday
Tom Peterkin

Study reveals average SNP member is over 60 and male: Scotland on Sunday
Martyn McLaughlin & Tom Peterkin

Saturday, February 11

Donegal victim was ordered to leave his native Derry: The Irish Times
Conor Lally, Scott Jamison & Stephen Maguire

Gardaí keep 'open mind' about Donegal murder: RTE

Vigilantes blamed for murder: The News Letter

Massereene murders – Brian Shivers jailed for 25 years:
Henry McDonald

Terminally ill man gets 25 years for Real IRA's Massereene murders: The Independent
Steven McCaffery and Deric Henderson

Let him die in jail – Real IRA terrorist who gunned down soldier in cold blood jailed for 25 years despite terminal illness: Daily Mail
Richard Hartley-Parkinson

Massereene murders – soldiers' killers still at large: BBC
Mark Simpson

West Belfast alert 'elaborate hoax': UTV

Smithwick Tribunal – 'IRA had Dundalk Garda station under surveillance': BBC
Jennifer O'Leary

Witness denies tailoring his evidence: The Irish Times
Conor Lally

Smithwick Tribunal – 'Up to 70 people may have been involved in RUC murders': Newry Times
Paul Malone

Appeal to HET on 1997 killings: The News Letter

Boris Johnson calls London St Patrick's Day event 'Lefty Sinn Fein crap': Belfast Telegraph

Ken courts London's Irish: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

MP Dodds calls for action to stop Northern Ireland players opting for Republic: Belfast Telegraph

The epidemic of bad grammar (Feb 9): The News Letter
Ben Lowry

'Blacklisted' poet deserves recognition: Belfast Media
Scott Jamison

Protestant schools under threat in Donegal (Feb 9): BBC

Business chiefs keep up pressure on Wilson over corporation tax cut: Belfast Telegraph

Family's silent decorum a return to a bygone era: The News Letter

Modern Ireland must have a place for Catholic Church: Irish Examiner
Gerard Howlin

Teacher disciplined for posting sectarian images on Facebook (Feb 9): The Scotsman
Chris Marshall

PM heads north for crisis talks with Alex Salmond over Scottish independence poll plans: Daily Mail
Tim Shipman and Alan Roden

England waves flag of nationalism: Financial Times
Jim Pickard, Andrew Bounds and Chris Tighe

Our attachment to the Queen is perhaps greater than we yet realise:
Ian Jack

Friday, February 10

Murder inquiry launched after Donegal shooting: RTE

Republicans blamed for Donegal murder: The News Letter

Gunmen imposing 'law of the jungle': Belfast Telegraph

Durkan condemns murder of Derry man: Derry Journal

Shots fired in Derry bookies: UTV

Big payout prison staff can apply for new jail jobs: Belfast Telegraph
Steven McCaffery

Prominent groups oppose boundary changes: Belfast Media
Scott Jamison

Ulster Unionists in Crisis: UTV
Ken Reid

The Chinese university professor, fine art consultant and a Belfast beauty salon: BBC
Martina Purdy

Dissident pleads guilty over 200lb bomb: UTV

Massereene murderer to receive sentence: RTE

Massereene soldiers' families try to quell row over memorial parade: BBC

Sectarian abuse damages for Catholic Shorts worker: The Irish Times

McGuinness calls for Paisley prayers: Derry Journal

Good wishes for Ian Paisley flow in from across the divide: Belfast Telegraph

Oral history of N. Ireland strife raises dilemma:
Mark Phillips

IRA 'could not have mounted opportunistic attack' on RUC: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Dublin's links with IRA shrouded in ambiguity: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Truth process 'must include Dublin and IRA': The News Letter

Northern peace process an example to others, UN hears: Irish Independent
Brendan Keenan

Nigel Dodds calls for talks over football eligibility: BBC
Stephen Walker

FIFA give Sunderland sensation McClean the nod to represent Republic of Ireland: Daily Mail
Colin Young

Move to hold vote on papal invitation fails: The Irish Times
Jimmy Walsh

Alex Salmond in formal complaint over BBC Calcutta Cup 'snub': The Scotsman
Andrew Whitaker

The wider world is getting a taste of Nationalist bil: Daily Telegraph
Alan Cochrane

Thursday, February 9

Trimble criticises Robinson's liberalism: UTV

Empey calls for public release of FAIR report: The News Letter

Hard work securing jobs for Catholics: Belfast Media
Jude Collins

Legal chief 'could face Assembly': Belfast Telegraph

Stephen Carroll trial – Explosives expert critical of evidence: BBC

Irish GOP have a go at Holder: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Memorial to bookies dead unveiled on 20th anniversary: Belfast Media
Paul Ainsworth

Report points to massacre collusion: Irish Echo
Anthony Neeson

Apologies will be harder to get than the truth: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Son defiant on blast memorial: The News Letter

It's our turn to be strong for Ian, says McIlveen: The News Letter

Those who enjoy Paisley's ill health must be sick people: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

A funny thing happened in South Carolina: Irish Echo
Sean McManus

Executive needs to put its money where its mouth is: Belfast Telegraph
Marie Cowan

'Satellite' Irish language school proposed in Maghera: BBC
Maggie Taggart

Concern over 'alarming drop' in Gaeltacht's native speakers (Feb 7): Irish Examiner
Donal Hickey

Arresting issue as Britain bids to send Irish prisoners home: Irish Independent

American solace: Irish Echo

What will FG tax or cut to reopen Vatican embassy?: Irish Independent

Opportunities for Cross Border collaboration highlighted at Conference (Jan 26): Newry Times
Paul Malone

Chancellor would welcome post-independence currency union – Alex Salmond (Jan 27): The Scotsman

Carwyn Jones says UK must become 'fit for 21st century' (Jan 26): BBC

Carwyn's Federal Vision (Jan 13):
David Williamson

Let's reform the monarchy along with the constitution: The Herald
Anne Johnstone

Wednesday, February 8

Dissidents get police woman's lost phone in security breach: BBC

GAA star's brother among four held in Panda gun murder: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

One of two men still held in Dublin dissident republican probe: BBC

Stephen Carroll murder – Gun traces found on jacket in accused's home: BBC

Proposals would force RUC to testify: UTV

RUC officer refuses to tell tribunal whether Scappaticci is 'Stakeknife': The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Scappaticci named as member of IRA squad: The News Letter

Journalist refuses to give evidence:
Roy Greenslade

Parties need better defence in Stormont's game of two halves: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Local pupils take part in 'Change Makers' project: Ulster Star

Laird's getting his money's worth in quest for answers: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Moseley

Adams most expensive: Dundalk Democrat

Pray for Paisley, urge Robinson and McGuinness: Belfast Telegraph
David Young and Deric Henderson

'Family will be thankful for support': The News Letter

Ian Paisley able to communicate 'to some degree': BBC

For shared celebrations, let's take a leaf from Dickens' book: Belfast Telegraph
Leon Litvack

Taxi signs 'may breach language law' (Jan 30): The Irish Times
Fiona Gartland

Gilmore insists diplomatic relations with Vatican remain 'very strong': Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

Eucharistic Congress to draw crowds 'when we need it most' (Feb 5): Sunday Independent
Liam Collins

English Tory MPs to campaign against Scottish independence: Daily Telegraph
Simon Johnson

Celts can achieve more together than apart: The Scotsman
Tristan Garel-Jones

British identity – the state of the union (Feb 5):
Stephen Moss

Creation of the future means unravelling past (Jan 26): The Scotsman
Tom Nairn

Push for Scottish Independence Awakens Politics of English Identity (Jan 25): Epoch Times
Simon Veazey

What do we know about football? Sweet SFA (Jan 29): The Observer
Kevin McKenna

Britain, proud home of Euroscepticism (Jan 25):
Michael White

Tuesday, February 7

PSNI rehiring to be investigated by Audit Office: BBC

'Stop and search' consultation launched: UTV

Security alert at Policing Board event: Derry Journal

Real IRA pair quizzed over gangster's murder: Irish Independent

Stephen Carroll murder – Gun particles 'found on McConville jacket': BBC

Where now for the UUP and SDLP?: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Maze group chairman to be appointed: Belfast Telegraph

Security was cleared by RUC – Teebane company: The News Letter

Taoiseach under pressure over victims meeting: The News Letter

BC tapes – Letter from Congressman Joe Crowley to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton: Irish Emigrant

Haunted by the ghosts from our bloody history: Belfast Telegraph
Robin Wilson

United Ireland referendum calls dismissed: Financial Times
Jamie Smyth

Republic 'should join Commonwealth': UTV

NI Assembly in tribute to Queen's 60-year reign: BBC

A Queen respected by all of her people: Belfast Telegraph

Minister concerned that only one NI firm on award shortlist: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Ian Paisley taken to hospital after suffering respiratory problems:
Henry McDonald

Paisley's family at his hospital bedside: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Enda acting like Scrooge as embassy row becomes a holy show: Irish Independent
John Cooney

Pressure group bombards Kenny with postcards: Irish Independent
Michael Brennan

There's a bit of me that will cry if Scottish independence happens: The Herald
Phil Miller

Jubilee may make Scots think again: The Scotsman
Peter Jones

What difference the Scottish independence question makes (Feb 2): The Spectator
Jonathan Jones

Britain after the break-up (Feb 1):
Carwyn Jones

Monday, February 6

SF 'outrage' at attack on police officers: The Irish Times

Love Ulster plans another protest in Dublin – outside the GPO at Easter (Feb 5): (from the Sunday World)
Suzanne Breen

Old pals' act is out of the question: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Man shot in legs in north Belfast: UTV

MLA's question sparks row: Newtownabbey Times

Gardening in anti-sectarian scheme: UTV

Communities in the dark about peace project: Lurgan Mail

Ex-prisoner challenges republicans to take lie detector test on hunger-strike deal (Feb 5): (from the Sunday World)
Suzanne Breen

Plea for justice over attack on Belfast bookmakers: BBC

Memorial to bookies victims unveiled: UTV

February 6th, 1992: The Irish Times
Joe Joyce

SDLP drowned out as it gets serious about benefits (Feb 3): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Nay-sayers can still make things tough (Feb 3): Belfast Media
Máirtín Ó Muilleoir

Queen's visit to Ireland "a huge turning point" says Prince William: Daily Telegraph
Victoria Ward

Fears over exodus of top gardai (Feb 5): Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Decision to reopen Vatican embassy not imminent, says Kenny: Irish Examiner
Mary Regan

Closing Vatican embassy to cut costs doesn't add up (Feb 5): Sunday Independent
Jody Corcoran

Archbishop says pope has been invited but timing may not be right: The Irish Times
Kitty Holland & Harry McGee

Pope 'unlikely' to visit due to abuse fallout: Irish Examiner
Seán McCárthaigh

Disturbing the peace (Jan 26): The Irish Times
Peter Crawley

Unionists have role to play in Scots debate: The News Letter
Graham Walker

Blow for SNP as support for independence slips: The Herald
Robbie Dinwoodie

Another 1,000 days of MSPs discussing the referendum to go (Feb 2): The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

Major backs Nationalists' stance on the monarchy: The Herald
Kate Devlin

Independence or not ... Scotland has moved on (Jan 29): Sunday Herald

Sunday, February 5

Elliott reassures East Antrim over talks: Carrick Times

It's another fine shambles for the divided unionists: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

UUP's chance to rise like a phoenix from the ashes: Belfast Telegraph
Mike Nesbitt

Sinn Fein version of united Ireland needs close examination: Sunday Independent
Concubhar Ó Liatháin

The Union is coming to an end: Derry Journal
Martina Anderson

Sacrifice of sacred cows is how to earn our respect: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

British take over Obama White House on St.Patrick's week – Irish celebration pushed back to after St.Patrick's Day: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Why Peter going to GAA final is a whole new ball game (Feb 1): Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

IRA threat to Jubilee and Olympic Games: Sunday Express
Marco Giannangeli

Police attacked in Lurgan's Kilwilke estate as they answer call for help: Lurgan Mail

Hyland slams Maghaberry treatment of republican prisoners: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Informant Confidentiality in the Corporate University (Jan 30):
Robert Dingwall

Carcan plan to 'neutralise' IRA in Derry (Feb 4): Derry Journal
Ian Cullen

This isn't Zimbabwe, Mr Browne (Feb 3): (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

Gilmore's 'not an inch on Vatican' sparks crisis: Sunday Independent
Daniel McConnell & John Drennan

Tell us this is just an early April Fools' Day hoax (Feb 3): The Irish Times
John Waters

This intolerant secularism is a threat to liberty (Feb 3): Irish Independent
David Quinn

Virtual unreality (Feb 3): Belfast Media

MEP accuses EU Council of blackmailing Ireland: Leitrim Observer

Dundalk 'most deprived' Border town (Jan 26): The Irish Times

'Hadrian's Wall' customs if Scotland goes it alone to stop illegal migrants flooding into England: Mail on Sunday
Brendan Carlin

Scottish independence – 60,000 from EU get vote on Scots split: Scotland on Sunday
Tom Peterkin & David Maddox

Saturday, February 4

UUP probe into 'McNarry affair': The News Letter

McNarry faces expulsion: (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

UUP had private opposition talks: The News Letter

SDLP will sink unless it radically changes course (Feb 4): Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Drawing the line at drawing the line: Belfast Media

Tories give the nod to new party in Ulster (Feb 1): (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

Policing Board meeting despite security concerns: Derry Journal

'North Derry Republican Group' claim 'gun attack': Derry Journal
Sheena Jackson

Stephen Carroll murder accused John Paul Wootton 'sought address': BBC

No jail term leniency for Massereene killer: The News Letter

Man accused of O'Hagan murder jailed for three years on other charges:
Henry McDonald

'Disturbing' evidence on Omagh bombing found: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Community 'demands truth' about Clonoe SAS ambush – Molloy: Tyrone Times

Now betting shop atrocity failings come to light:
Barry McCaffrey

Bloody Sunday killings 'an appalling injustice': Derry Journal

I want to meet Saville – niece: Derry Journal

EU to provide £18m for Maze site project: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Anger erupts over EU Maze cash: The News Letter

Tourism chiefs rapped for 'snubbing Twelfth': The News Letter

The £5m bill we pay for Stormont's 161 spin doctors: (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

BBC finding life on The Estate difficult: Belfast Telegraph

David Feherty – February 3, 2012:

Vatican embassy may reopen within two years, says Creighton: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

TD apologises for vetting scheme on church 'deference': The Irish Times
Paul Cullen

'No' vote on EU fiscal pact would be 'devastating for Irish economy' (Feb 3): Irish Independent
Siobhan Creaton

Ireland must embrace a federal Europe: The Irish Times
Bernadette Andreosso-O'Callaghan & Joachim Fischer

A question of independence: Belfast Media
Scott Jamison

Scotland referendum – We need a poetry of the Union to defeat Salmond's freedom shtick: Daily Telegraph
Graeme Archer

Freedom for Shetland! (Jan 31): The Spectator
Laurance Reed

It's not too late to call the Nationalist bluff – England would do well out of Scottish independence (Jan 30): Daily Mail
Steve Doughty

An alarming outbreak of constitutional vandalism (Feb 2): Daily Telegraph

Friday, February 3

'Hurt and abused ' Elliott says unionist unity a 'pipe dream': Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

David McNarry facing UUP disciplinary action: BBC

Another fine mess, but can Tom Elliott go on?: (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

Boyish Basil could be the face that fits: Belfast Media
Jude Collins

Conservatives now enter last chance saloon: The News Letter

PSNI 'must tackle attacks on young': Belfast Telegraph

Police paid £41m to Grafton Recruitment: BBC

Baggott 'feels bad' about re-hiring: UTV

Alleged Continuity IRA leader named in Carroll murder trial: BBC

Price's pardon is lost along with 'standard' procedures: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

North needs to confront past quickly, says DPP: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

MPs in row over IRA 'genocide': The News Letter

Bookies victims 'innocent' – UDA: UTV

Murdered British soldier's family told the truth – 40 years later: Belfast Telegraph
Amanda Poole

Truth behind soldier's murder 40 years ago comforts family: BBC
Mark Simpson

MPs lay wreath at Omagh bomb site: Belfast Telegraph

Minister shares thoughts on Bloody Sunday: Londonderry Sentinel

Omagh bomb families to meet NI committee: UTV

European funding for Maze conflict resolution centre: BBC
Mark Devenport

Paterson warns of centenaries being 'hijacked': The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

A disturbing picture of life in Ballysally estate: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Tánaiste suggests Vatican review possible: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Irish PM – We'll send an invite to Pope but only if he wants to visit: Belfast Telegraph
Fionnán Sheahan & Lise Hand

McIlroy should opt for GB – Harrington: The Irish Times

Fan faces jail for picture of 'bullet-riddled' Neil Lennon on Facebook: The Scotsman

Sound and fury over largely symbolic treaty are misguided: The Irish Times
Gavin Barrett

Scottish independence – support falls 8% with different question: The Scotsman
Eddie Barnes

Scottish independence referendum – who should get a say?: BBC
Chris Mason & Chris Brindley

Separation 'would mean less economic freedom': The Herald
Kate Devlin and Brian Currie

Scottish free state may be worth buying into: The Scotsman
George Kerevan

Thursday, February 2

UUP lose two committee positions: UTV

Pressure on UUP chief to bar McNarry: The News Letter

DUP link is only hope – McNarry: The News Letter

David McNarry's anger over UUP decision: BBC

Dilemma a familiar one for me – Jeffrey Donaldson: The News Letter

'I'm in the cold ... but I'm not going without a fight': Belfast Telegraph
David McNarry

Mid Ulster constituency to disappear in new electoral map: Mid Ulster Mail

MP Gregory Campbell slams electoral plans: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

The final whistle has blown on Paisley's brand of politics: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Rehiring of retired officers hits confidence – Conall McDevitt: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Stormont spends £5m on spin, figures show: The News Letter

Ford visits jail in bid to end row: Belfast Telegraph

Stephen Carroll murder accused witnessed at murder scene: BBC

Witness saw Carroll accused at gun site: UTV

I met Hain – Shane Paul: Derry Journal

Collusion report calls for inquiry: Belfast Media
Scott Jamison

40 years on, Bloody Sunday's untold story: Irish Echo
Gerry Adams

Improved Anglo-Irish relations are a lesson to all: Irish Independent
Graham Clifford

How the Fleadh was won: Derry Journal
Garbhan Downey

Will hope and history finally rhyme in 2012?: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

IFA's hard work undone by FAI magpies: Irish Echo
Dave Hannigan

A right old language ruck and maul (Jan 30): Belfast Media

Referendum call could be the defining moment for this Government .. and even Michael D.: Irish Independent
Johnny Fallon

Treaty would bind us even after State regains its feet (Feb 1): The Irish Times
Arthur Beesley

Dutch built barriers to avoid becoming part of North Sea. We must erect barriers or we become part of Grossdeutschland: Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

Dallat – "Throw away shackles of partition and fund Foyle Ferry Service" (Jan 31): Derry Journal

Rangers star and UDA boss: Scottish Sun
Irina Nelson

Kenny 'to review' closure of Vatican embassy: Irish Independent
Michael Brennan and Fionnan Sheahan

1million Catholics to be given 'faith cards': Daily Telegraph
Martin Beckford

Independent Scotland to stick with sterling: The Scotsman
Eddie Barnes

Could Wales leave the United Kingdom?:
John Harris

Wednesday, February 1

Sinn Fein's Martin McGuinness eyes Windsor Park match: Belfast Telegraph

Tories form Northern Ireland party: London Evening Standard

Nesbitt 'delighted' with committee post: UTV

Members welcome to join – DUP: The News Letter

What next for the Ulster Unionist leader?: BBC
Martina Purdy

Union family must work together: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Unionists have vision for Ireland too – McCrea tells conference: Derry Journal

Referendum fever is crossing the Irish Sea: The Scotsman
Peter Geoghegan

Ireland and the United Kingdom have never been closer: Daily Telegraph
Daniel Hannan

Ford urged to end strip searches in NI prisons (Jan 29): BBC

UVF supergrass case judge considers verdict: BBC

Canary Wharf victims to join Kingsmills march: The News Letter

Family sue police over Shankill butchers: UTV

Donaghey remembered: Derry Journal

'Paras are war criminals' – families: Derry Journal

'A society that remembers never escapes past': Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

One more small step on the rocky road to normality (Jan 31): Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Pope's new envoy faces huge task: Irish Independent
Michael Brennan

Diplomacy needed in Vatican row (Jan 31): Irish Independent

A poll to darken Salmond's day: The Spectator
Jonathan Jones

Scottish independence – one-third may switch sides in referendum: The Scotsman

Tory peer calls for partition in case of independence: The Edinburgh Journal
Andrew Barr

Ed Miliband pledges to fight Salmond 'toe-to-toe' over referendum saying 'separation would not help people of Scotland': Daily Mail
Emma Reynolds

Fiscal treaty designed to avoid Irish referendum, official says: The Irish Times
Arthur Beesley & Stephen Collins

FF and Sinn Féin issue calls for referendum on treaty: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

No 'buddy-buddy' in the Dail as Enda is bruised by Gerry's digs: Irish Independent
Lise Hand


Irish music downloads

Irish Videos

Art, prints, calendars and posters
Buy at
Sir Henry Sidney "Pacifies" Ulster and Returns to Dublin after a Victory
Buy From

Subscribe to the Newshound

Subscribe with PayPal


Newshound Merchandise
Get a Newshound mug, shirt or cap
The Epic History &
Heritage of the Irish

The Wild Geese Today