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Thursday, February 14

Invest NI briefing on flags protest impact cancelled: BBC

SF claim criminal damage and abuse by Glenarm protesters: Larne Times

Security company apologises over flag: UTV

Promises easy to make in opposition: BBC
Mark Devenport

Can't we find our own solutions to problems?: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

It's game on for nationalists with forward vision: Belfast Telegraph
Ruairi O'Kane

Leaders renew assault against BC subpoenas: Irish Echo

Adams flew business class for surgery in US: Irish Independent
Michael Brennan

Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams could face giant tax bill after US businessman pays £25,000 for him to have prostate operation in America: Daily Mail
Martin Robinson

Austerity certainly doesn't work for high-flying Gerry: Irish Independent
Michael Brennan

NI should teach 'respect, not tolerance': UTV

Stormont must collaborate with us to share education: Belfast Telegraph
Tony Gallagher

IRA bomber who got nine life sentences questioned over punishment attack: Irish Independent
Deric Henderson

Arrest in connection with the murder of Real IRA leader Alan Ryan: Irish Independent
Ed Carty

Huge legal bill after bias case is dropped: Portadown Times

Finucane murder 'a dark moment': Irish Echo
Anthony Neeson

Who received IRA death threats: Irish Examiner
Nick Bramhall

Provo spy is a Derry school's deputy head: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

'Answers needed' over school job for IRA spy: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Const. Reynolds played "major role in the peacemaking process in the city of Derry": Derry Journal

British Army recruits almost a third as many Irish nationals as the Irish Defence Forces:
Dave Malloy

Irish and British join forces in Mali mission: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins and Judith Crosbie

Ireland waits for green light from Queen to light up Buckingham Palace: Irish Independent
Brian Hutton

Kate has Irish roots say tourism bosses: Irish News

A5 scheme 'not properly assessed', court told: BBC

After a year of lying low, FF could give us a shock come election time: Irish Independent
Liz O'Donnell

Increase in support for Scottish independence: The Scotsman
Andrew Whitaker

This negative Unionist campaign isn't working: The Herald
Iain MacWhirter

Wednesday, February 13

Sinn Finn and SDLP table motion for flags committee: Irish News
John Manley

DUP dismiss Stormont flag debate as a 'sideshow': The News Letter
Michael McGlade

Why Willie Frazer lives on the edge: The News Letter

Gerry Adams consulting over tax compliance of US medical procedure: The Irish Times
Arthur Beesley

Protesters target Sinn Fein office: Londonderry Sentinel

Why we're not polls apart over border issue after all: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

No agreement over joint Unionist candidate: The News Letter

Man arrested after teenager shot in north Belfast: BBC

'Phoned by MI5' – claim: Derry Journal

'His life was taken, ours were destroyed': Derry Journal

A flawed 'apology' (Feb 3): Sunday Independent

Bradley to probe closure of Irish Language Newspaper: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Learn about Irish language and Ulster drums: Newtownabbey Times

A5 will never be completed Belfast High Court told: BBC

Resurgence of Londonderry continues as Dalai Lama announces charity visit in April: Daily Mail
Chris Leadbeater

Anti-terror and crime chiefs to quit: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

British attitudes to EU are of vital concern to Ireland, spring school told (Feb 11): The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

In-out EU referendum – Cameron's hokey-cokey (Jan 23): The Guardian

Sectarian advisory group risks reigniting a dying flame (Jan 7): Daily Telegraph
Alan Cochrane

Spinning the independence debate: The Scotsman
Michael Fry

Mr Salmond's reality check (Feb 11): The Independent

Ambitious target for independence (Feb 6): The Herald

Tuesday, February 12

Governments urge support for PSNI and parades body: The Irish Times

Flags: Parades Commission must be obeyed – Villiers: The News Letter

Robinson critical of Alliance flag stance: The News Letter

Alliance endorses Bill that will see it lose one of its ministries: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

McCrea 'disappointed' by UUP warning: UTV

Unionists up Split Creek: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Mid-Ulster by election set for March 7: Tyrone Times
Stanley Campbell

Yes, I call myself Northern Irish but that could change: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Pressure on Adams to include $30k op in Dail declaration: Irish Independent
Michael Brennan

Adams talks about US friend: Dundalk Democrat

Adams and band of blood brothers: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Tyrone terror camp accused Gavin Coney in Supreme Court bid: BBC

Man released over PSNI attempted murder: UTV

Fresh bid to move forward on Troubles legacy: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Suspension on killings inquests lifted: UTV

Officials still seek BC tapes on IRA: Boston Globe
Travis Andersen

24 years after Finucane killing, the damage limitation continues:
Barry McCaffrey

What Downing Street knew:
Barry McCaffrey

Closer to Berlin – not politically but by begging letter (Jan 14): The Irish Times
Derek Scally

Why we need a vision to lift the dark clouds (Jan 28): Belfast Telegraph
Clare Weir

Full debate needed on future of policing (Feb 2): Irish Independent

Mind-blowing stupidity: The Sun
Harry Haydon and Chris Pollard

Scottish independence – Alex Salmond's plans to keep the pound are a 'sensible' option, say leading economists: The Independent
Nigel Morris

Scottish independence treaty deadline "realistic": The Scotsman
David Maddox

Celtic debt all but wiped out by Champions League run: The Scotsman
Stephen Halliday

Monday, February 11

Flag protests 'to continue': The News Letter

Talks in Dublin to focus on North's Union flag controversy: RTE

Flag demo chief won't be silenced: The News Letter

Cross-community disgust at arson: The News Letter

UUP's formal warning to Basil McCrea will not end flag row saga: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Party is challenged to reveal McCrea papers: The News Letter

Why we need more yes men in the Assembly ... (Feb 8): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Mike Nesbitt ... damned if he does, damned if he doesn't: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Alliance a party for everyone – unionist or nationalist (Feb 6): The News Letter
Stephen Farry

Trying to please all sides is causing Alliance to sink (Feb 8): Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

A good week for the Union (Feb 9): The News Letter
Nigel Dodds

PSNI and politicans unaware of 'Protestant expulsions': Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Man, 36, questioned over bomb bid on policeman's car: BBC

Front line feeling strain of scrutiny (Feb 8): Belfast Telegraph

Irish American millionaire Bill Flynn paid for Gerry Adams' surgery in USA: Irish Voice/
Patrick Counihan

Millionaire who paid for Adams's op also helped SF leader get US visa: Irish Independent
Michael Brennan

€30,000 aid not declared by Adams: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

McClean defends poppy decision as club warns him to steer clear of Twitter: Daily Mail
Colin Young

Controversy when Omagh District Council took down the union flag (Jan 25): Ulster Herald

Conradh slams Irish community's exclusion: Galway Independent
Conor Harrington

Door is open for Ireland to join Nato, says military alliance's chief: The Irish Times
Suzanne Lynch

Billy Connolly sent message of support to Ally McCoist after Rangers went into administration (Feb 10): Scottish Daily Record

Scotland Faces More Hurdles if It Approves Independence: New York Times
Stephen Castle

'Independent Scotland would need to rework 8,500 treaties': The Scotsman
David Maddox

Scotland – Britain's real referendum: The Guardian

Sunday, February 10

Adams in border poll appeal to dissidents: The News Letter
Michael McGlade

Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams asks IRA splinter groups to end violence: Irish Voice/

Unionists should back border poll: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Basil McCrea – 'No knee-jerk' reaction to formal warning: BBC

Some unionists do everything to put off Catholics – McClarty: The News Letter

DUP submits 'equality' complaint on flag vote: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

£15m flag row bill twice cost of policing parades: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Display of unity from protest chiefs: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Willie Frazer – Car destroyed in arson attack at his Markethill Home: BBC

Fury as fresh probe ordered into police's human rights compliance: Belfast Telegraph

Limerick men charged with IRA membership: Limerick Post
Andrew Carey

Grieve bats Troubles inquests back to coroner:
Barry McCaffrey

30 things worth knowing about Shergar: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

The Exile – Towards the Healing of a Wound (Feb 6): Londonderry Sentinel

It's right to rethink as our EU gravy train runs dry: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Benefactor picked up my medical care tab, says Adams: Sunday Independent
Niamh Horan

No SF appeal over costly libel: The News Letter

Surging Martin dismisses Adams as 'Gilmore-lite': Sunday Independent
John Drennan

Orangemen to vote for gay marriage: The News Letter

Higgins 'happy to meet with Pope': Sunday Independent
Louise Hogan

The Magdalene Laundries report confirms the need to keep church and state matters separate in Ireland (Feb 7): The Independent
John Walsh

Public hostility to the church may lead to selective blame (Feb 8): The Irish Times
John Waters

Scottish independence – David Cameron launches defence of UK: BBC

Independence a road to nowhere (Feb 8): The Scotsman
Adam Tomkins

Fiscal Commission advocates currency union with England after independence: Sunday Herald

Scotland's independence referendum question is set, but who does it favour? (Feb 8): The Guardian
Ian Jack

Control, not emotion, is referendum battleground (Feb 6): The Scotsman
Eddie Barnes

The Nats' script for Independence Day is pure science fiction (Feb 6): Daily Telegraph
Alan Cochrane

Saturday, February 9

Border debate an opportunity for unionism – Donaldson: The News Letter
Michael McGlade

Border poll would be a distraction says Sammy Wilson: BBC

Border poll appeals to many here, but not to the PM: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Translink's 'political' flag policy criticised: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Tourist shares flag protest fear online: UTV

Woman hit by car during flag demo: Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Fein MLA hits back at UUP leader's Carrick speech: Carrick Times

'My big concern is that Brand Northern Ireland is going to be put back 10 years': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Flag poll points to alienation (Feb 5): The News Letter

UUP gives McCrea formal warning over 'indiscipline': The Irish Times
Una Bradley

McCrea warned over flag comments: Belfast Telegraph

Board recommends PSNI search cards: UTV

Revealed – divide in pupils' exam performance: Mid Ulster Mail
Anthony Quinn

The Telegraph's political editor puts the key question at the centre of the issue to our Environment Minister (Feb 2): (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

TUV brand 800 jobs to Ballykelly decision 'absurd' (Feb 1): Londonderry Sentinel

Minister had concerns over DARD Ballykelly move (Jan 31): BBC
Martina Purdy

Shergar – The day the wonder horse was stolen: BBC
Julian Bedford

Religious majorities in Northern Ireland: The Irish Times
Justin Gleeson

Tyrone republican Arthurs received £6k aid to fight fraud charge: Londonderry Sentinel

A time to salute our heroes in blue (Jan 31): Irish Independent

New Moderator vows to be a proud ambassador for Derry (Feb 7): Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

First the IRA ... now the CofE for peace negotiator: Daily Telegraph
John Bingham

The key to forgiveness is the refusal to seek revenge:
Giles Fraser

Soldiers of Destiny are on march again – right up the opinion polls: Irish Independent

Orange Order dismay at gay marriage vote: The News Letter
Michael McGlade

Not a lot has changed in the DUP's attitude towards gays: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

Uncertainty claims over EU situation: The Herald
Magnus Gardham

Unionists urged to sign EU letter (Jan 31): The Herald

May – MI5 wouldn't share with independent Scotland: The Scotsman
Eddie Barnes

Alex Salmond juggles Québécois diplomacy with Canadian allegiances: The Guardian
Severin Carrell

Friday, February 8

McGuinness in 'toast to Queen' row: The News Letter

Flag protests expose 'leadership vacuum': UTV

Traders want Saturday flag protest moved: The News Letter

Belfast hotel plans in doubt: The Herald

Policing of flag protests has cost over £15m, says Baggott: The Irish Times

Victims Commissioner's fears over flag violence trauma: The News Letter
Michael McGlade

Frazer doesn't speak for us says Bryson: Irish News

Ulster People's Forum – Bryson and Frazer 'united' after row: BBC

Flag protester Jamie Bryson won't be Northern Ireland team mascot again, vows IFA: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Jamie Bryson angry at 'mascot' media coverage: The News Letter

Protestors risk losing their moment: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Dromore Unionist Voice speaks again: Banbridge Leader

Stones thrown at teens in Belfast: UTV

'Leave the walls up,' is the view of the residents: Belfast Media

Baggot backs Crime Agency here: The News Letter

National Crime Agency agency will work in Northern Ireland despite opposition: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Gardai quiz RIRA suspects over rocket launcher haul: Irish Independent
Tom Brady and Barry Duggan

Three held in Tipperary dissident probe: UTV

Omagh retrial hears witness evidence: The Irish Times

Joe McCann killing 'not justified' – HET: Belfast Media
Anthony Neeson

Republicans will 'never come clean' about past: Derry Journal

The heavy price paid by the tragic Niedermayers (Jan 30): Belfast Telegraph
Alan Simpson

After all this time, the IRA must tell us what they did with super-horse Shergar: Daily Mail
Jonathan McEvoy

Cynical Adams and why we need a truth commission (Feb 6): Irish Independent
Austin Stack

The murder of police officer Adrian Donohoe and Sinn Fein hypocrites: Irish Voice/
John Spain

Look closer and you'll find apology raises more questions than answers (Feb 3): Sunday Independent
Micheal Martin

10,000 Gaeilge speakers – Dungannon undergoes an Irish renaissance: Tyrone Times

NI prison officers get up to £16,000 in overtime (Jan 2): The Irish Times

The peace progress: The Economist

'Good Relations Indicators highlight demand for integrated education' – Alliance: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Scottish independence – bread and circuses: The Guardian
Brian Wilson

We must realise future is federal (Feb 3): Scotland on Sunday
Willie Rennie

Thursday, February 7

'I have Mid-Ulster to thank for becoming Deputy First Minister' (Feb 5): Tyrone Times
Patricia Devlin

Cameron welcomes NI backing for UK link: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Pro Union poll will lift spirits – Cameron: The News Letter

New figures suggest South Tyrone Catholics indifferent to Irish unity: Tyrone Times

Leaders handled flag crisis badly – poll: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Jamie Bryson was Northern Ireland mascot weeks before flags protest: The News Letter

Riot accused identified in 'wanted' pics: UTV

Why does it look like Belfast's been hit by apocalypse?: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Not just rhyme but also reason from Heaney on flags: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Flag riots cause youths 'lasting harm': UTV

£1m to help troubled teenagers: Irish News

Parades Commission denies DUP 'anti-Protestant' claim: BBC

Ford says justice challenges remain: UTV

SF 'fears crime agency could probe funding': The News Letter

This will not be some shadowy new force, it will be an international crimebusting partner (Feb 5): (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

Alliance attempts to woo unhappy UUP members: The News Letter

1998 and all that – but don't believe it: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Attacks on religious freedom condemned: Newtownabbey Times

Dedicated patrols to protect churches: UTV

Man arrested in Alan Ryan murder investigation: RTE

Liam Campbell appeal heard in High Court in Belfast: BBC

John McGurk reflects on his meeting with the man who had killed his family: Belfast Telegraph

Duo who infiltrated IRA to sue State after payments cut off: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Coffey calls on Adams to pologise for murder of Eamon Ryan: Waterford Today

Sinn Fein and an apology: Dundalk Democrat
Joe Carroll

Why Sinn Fein's apologies won't wash in Republic: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Attwood and Robinson on a collision course over John Lewis: (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

Play tackles exile of Derry Protestants: UTV

'It was the best time, a lovely time, a really happy time': Derry Journal
Eamonn McCann

A memorable year for Londonderry, Northern Ireland: Daily Telegraph
Phil Redmond

Wednesday, February 6

Opinion poll indicates NI voters would reject Irish unity: BBC
Mark Devenport

Massive support for the Union: The News Letter

Man to sue over flag threats on Facebook: UTV

Allister slams Sinn Fein over Orange boycott site: The News Letter
Aine Fox

A new, different kind of 'troubles' in Northern Ireland: Christian Science Monitor
Jason Walsh

Justice Minister David Ford calls for more police support: BBC

Shared future is only way to address our inequalities: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Lyttle

For Northern Irish republicans, life is hard, but life is good: Christian Science Monitor
Jason Walsh

Former Prisoners And Conflict Transformation In Northern Ireland (Jan 28): Eurasia Review
Orna Young

Man shot in paramilitary style punishment attack: Derry Journal

Mother of Andrew Allen claims his murder was "personal":

Gang leaders suspected of Ryan murder are arrested: Irish Independent
Paul Williams

Murphy calls for information on Garda killing: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Death threats issued against prime suspect in Det Donohoe killing: Dundalk Democrat

Kenny criticises SF for drawing distinction between killing of gardaí and RUC officers: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Gerry Adams must give evidence to Smithwick: The News Letter

Gardai must face the harsh truth – a blue revolution is long overdue (Feb 2): Irish Independent
Brendan Keenan

McClean twitter 'threats' investigated: Derry Journal

Scottish Independence Day plan for March 2016: The Scotsman
Scott Macnab

SNP urges Cameron to start handover talks for Scottish independence:
Severin Carrell

SNP independence day plan a bold opening move: The Herald
Ian Bell

Invicta PA boss Mark Cummings in sectarian claims: The Scotsman
David O'Leary

Tuesday, February 5

Belfast flag campaign leader Jamie Bryson denies Willie Frazer snub at demo: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

'Handful' of loyalists gather at city hall: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Flag protests continue in Belfast: The News Letter

Union flag protests – Poll finds most want them to stop: BBC
Mark Devenport

Half of unionists still back protests: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Compromise is not failure when everyone's a winner: Belfast Telegraph
Jacqueline Irwin

The unlikely lads of loyalism?: The News Letter
Adam Kula

Union flag dispute – court told police officer was 'knocked unconscious': BBC

Police officers take on second jobs as clowns and pilots: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Site calls for boycott of Orange-owned businesses: The News Letter
Michael McGlade

NI terror threat 'very dangerous': Belfast Telegraph

Gardai swoop on RIRA gang in kidnap plot: Evening Herald

Andrew Allen's mum vows to see killers caught: Derry Journal
Sean McLaughlin

Vote to erect Irish sign at interface: The News Letter

Boyzone star on the peace line: The News Letter

Bateson slams Unionist's failure to engage: Mid Ulster Mail

DUP pair urged to quit dual roles at the council: Lurgan Mail

Why Heaney sees no rhyme nor reason for united Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

National crime force blocked in Stormont: UTV

SF and SDLP stance on crime body criticised: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

National Crime Agency must be allowed to play role here (Feb 2): The News Letter
Tome Elliott

IRA supergrass Gilmour fails in case against MI5: Derry Journal

The cost of free speech can still be a high price: Belfast Telegraph
Walter Ellis

Tying up the loose ends of 'the Troubles': Los Angeles Times

O Cuiv stands by decision to attend IRA man's party: Irish Independent
Michael Brennan

Man held over shooting death outside bookies in 1976: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Suspect released over 1976 murder: The News Letter
Michael McGlade

RTE's Duffy to narrate programme on Troubles: Irish Independent
Mark O'Regan

Former republican and loyalist prisoners join forces for human rights talk: Irish Examiner
Denise Hall

Arrests planned in detective Donohoe murder probe: Irish Independent
Paul Williams

Dissident IRA threaten Detective Adrian Donohue's murder suspect: Irish Voice/

Hang, fry, or 'bid Laden' any and all cop-killers: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Skeletons in the closets start rattling their bones (Feb 3): Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

It's nice to get away from Dad! Bruce defends controversial Northern Ireland switch: Daily Mail
Laura James

One third of Scots would vote to leave Brussels, in a blow to Alex Salmond who wants independent Scotland to join EU: Daily Mail
Alan Roden

Monday, February 4

Flags – Bryson-Frazer dispute 'not personal': The News Letter

Union flag protests – Politicians must 'deal with issues': BBC

Union flag protests – Man released in social media probe: BBC

Evening Mass disrupted by hoax device: Irish News

Priest speaks out over church bomb alert: UTV

Ó Cuív defends decision to attend homecoming of ex-IRA prisoner: The Irish Times
Una Bradley

Tragic fate of the Niedermayers a sign of history's long reach: The Irish Times
Ann Marie Hourihane

IRA chief 'no longer wanted' over killing of McCabe: Irish Independent
Paul Williams

Sinn Fein needs to strip itself of its poisonous legacy (Feb 3): Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

PSNI have no record of CoC security threat report (Jan 12): Londonderry Sentinel

Why Liam really does understand the big picture (Jan 30): Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

'All my life' led me to integrated education (Jan 29): BBC

Integration is key if we are to unite such a divided city (Jan 29): Belfast Telegraph
John Simpson

Educating Northern children together is all very well – but who sends whose where?: The Irish Times
Pól Ó Muirí

'Peace Generation' book launched: Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

How the wind of change blows through Ireland (Jan 31): Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

'Tackling division is key to overcoming social disadvantage' – Alliance (Jan 30): Newry Times
Paul Malone

Seanad filters democracy and should be abolished (Jan 31): The Irish Times
Aodhán Ó Ríordáin

Seeds of change in Constitution talks (Jan 29): Irish Independent

Irish attitudes to neutrality 'narcissistic': The Irish Times
Ruadhán Mac Cormaic

DUP joins revolt over gay marriage: The News Letter

Scottish independence – Poll puts Yes vote at 32%: The Scotsman
Scott Macnab

A smooth transition? And to what? (Feb 3): Sunday Herald
Iain MacWhirter

Scottish independence is people's business (Feb 3): Scotland on Sunday

Sunday, February 3

Further flag protests held: The News Letter

Man bailed over online flag comments: UTV

Heaney flags up link between emblems and the issue of unity: Sunday Independent
John-Paul McCarthy

Protestant jobs underlying flag protests: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Border poll 'senseless': Carrick Times

The time for Irish unity is now – economically, politically it makes perfect sense (Feb 1): Irish Voice/
Marc Coleman

The future's not Orange {Click Yes to pop-up question}: Irish Medical Times
Ruairi Hanley

Forget the border and EU and let's unite on the real issues we face (Jan 29): Belfast Telegraph
Nuala McKeever

Mary McAleese – Good Friday and the future of peace in Northern Ireland (Jan 28): Vatican Radio

Hoax object left at St Mary's Star of the Sea Church, Newtownabbey: BBC

PSNI union – we will not accept any salary cuts (Jan 30): Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Politicians voice disgust over SF 'sham apology': Sunday Independent
John Drennan

Adams initial reaction betrays his hypocrisy: Sunday Independent
Jody Corcoran

Provo apologists are taking leaf out of Orwell's '1984': Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

SF 'opposes crime body because it's British' (Jan 30): The News Letter

Sham row over 'FBI-style' body hides scandal of MI5 (Feb 1): Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

Ex-UDR soldier's fight for justice goes on (Feb 2): The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

30-year mystery (Feb 2): Irish Examiner
John Daly

'Exodus' meetings in Derry (Jan 31): Derry Journal

Diaspora invited to help north's fortunes: Irish News
Simon Cunningham

McGuinness meets Colombian ambassador (Jan 31): Derry Journal

Council's reputation prevents USA twinning (Jan 28): Lurgan Mail

Neeson – I rejected Paisley role (Jan 30): Irish Independent

James McClean Twitter 'kill threats' – Ex-soldier quizzed by police: Daily Mirror
John Kelly

I can see McIlroy missing Rio Olympics, admits Ryder Cup captain McGinley: Daily Mail
Derek Lawrenson

Call for 'all Ireland' road safety strategy (Jan 10): Tyrone Times

Creighton 'bombarded with abuse' over Scotland view: Sunday Independent
Daniel McConnell

Scottish independence 'will be management buy-out': Scotland on Sunday
Eddie Barnes

Is the press biased against the SNP? Probably. But we are all nationalists now. (Jan 31): The Spectator
Alex Massie

Make the most of our shared Ulster-Scots heritage, MP urges (Feb 2): Cumnock Chronicle

Saturday, February 2

McCrea hearing inconclusive: The Irish Times
Una Bradley

Basil McCrea puts his case at UUP hearing: The News Letter
Sam McBride

UUP's split decision... whatever its ruling on flag maverick Basil McCrea, rush for exit door is inevitable: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Crucial moment for Mike Nesbitt: The News Letter

Peace process will not be derailed by street violence, say ministers: Belfast Telegraph
Geoff Meade and Noel McAdam

No sign of protests flagging: The News Letter

Stormont union flag – David Ford hints at movement: BBC

Resident clears first hurdle in legal challenge: Irish News

Man held over social media flag comments: UTV

Order warns police chief over 'robust' protest action: The News Letter

SF accused of waging 'cultural war': Larne Times

Ministers' inaction is a roadblock to peace: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

David Black murder accused 'played integral role': BBC

Two men to stand trial for IRA membership: RTE

My cousins in the NYPD would know how to handle these thugs: Irish Independent
Ian O'Doherty

Kenny – Adams's McCabe apology 'ironic': Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

Time for Adams to come clean, say politicians: The News Letter

Adams' apology for IRA murder raises many questions: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Apology shows SF leader's convoluted sense of reality: The Irish Times
Noel Whelan

'Sunday' relative condemns 'gloating' graffiti in Bogside: Derry Journal

O'Hagan family left disappointed by no prosecution decision: Lurgan Mail

Ambush of RUC officers in 1989 was 'classic IRA operation': RTE

Smithwick Tribunal – RUC claims false, probe told: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

IRA 'had no help from anyone in Garda' in murder of RUC officers: The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

Kenny attacks SF stance on police killings: Irish Independent
Fionnan Sheahan and Colm Kelpie

IRA Smithwick evidence move 'significant' – Adams: The News Letter
Aine Fox

MoD finds Mallon shooting documents: Belfast Telegraph

Koch endorsed MacBride Principles:
Éanna Ó Caollaí

Ed Koch not popular with many Irish during his career -- Late NY Mayor defended British role in North after Irish trip in 1988: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Executive failing to deliver on the crucial issue of jobs: Belfast Telegraph
Johnny Andrews

Time to redraw the thin blue line: The Irish Times
Conor Brady

Three decades of promoting peace and recovery (Jan 29): Rochester Democrat & Chronicle
Jim Memmott

Officials from North to get say in children's hospital: Irish Independent
Eilish O'Regan

Paddy Crerand – Manchester United is a global brand, Celtic and Rangers are not (Feb 1): Scottish Daily Record
Hugh Keevins

Manx – Bringing a language back from the dead (Jan 31): BBC
Rob Crossan

Friday, February 1

Flag protests show peace a work in progress – Robinson: The Irish Times
Peter Murtagh

PSNI welcomes flag protest tactic change: UTV

Flags protestors deny split over new tactics: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Theresa Villiers – Loyalist rioters have damaged ecomony and dishonoured Union: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

EU peace fund to target young Northern Ireland loyalists:
Henry McDonald

Resident to go to court over protest: UTV

Belfast store forced out of business by loyalist protests: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Union flag protests – Nationalist to begin court challenge: BBC

Unlike Darth, Baggott won't use the force: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Basil McCrea refuses to sign secrecy papers: The News Letter

McCrea 'confident' over party hearing: UTV

Ex UUP chair quits over party's DUP links: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Allister and Paisley embroiled in row over crime agency plans: The News Letter
Sam McBride

No merit in bid to block police body (Jan 30): Belfast Telegraph

FF and SF clash over cuts to force: Irish Examiner
Mary Regan

Murdering gardai is 'different' from killing RUC officers, says Mary Lou: Irish Independent
Fionnan Sheahan and Fiach Kelly

Sinn Fein creating 'victim hierarchy': The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Jerry McCabe died defending the State that Adams despised: Irish Independent
John Downing

As a prisoner to the past, sometimes sorry is the hardest word for Adams: Irish Examiner
Matt Cooper

Mr Adams regrets: The Irish Times

Murdered Garda officer was in hunt for IRA victim: The News Letter
Adam Kula

Belfast dissidents trying to bomb police also endanger public, says PSNI:
Henry McDonald

Cllr Burke's jailed grandson (20) 'was used by Ryan mob': Evening Herald
Ken Foy

Teenage girl 'has dangerous bonds with LVF figures': The News Letter

Fuel fraud is price of peace, warns pastor: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

IRA slogans daubed on church and hall: Impartial Reporter

Ombudsman defends North's strip searches: The Irish Times
Kitty Holland

Prisoner Ombudsman Pauline McCabe to leave post in May: BBC

Doubt over date of council polls: The News Letter

McGlone – Equality key to local government reform: Mid Ulster Mail

PM aide – Pat Finucane murder worse than Iraq abuse claims: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Finucane family seek ministerial files: UTV

Tribunal looking into intelligence provided by police: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

IRA members refuse to testify at ambush tribunal: Irish Independent
Fionnán Sheahan

McAliskey weighs in behind the campaign to clear victim's name (Jan 29): Derry Journal

Northern Ireland peace centre 'will generate £100m a year':
Henry McDonald

We would be real victims of Cameron's futile EU call: Belfast Telegraph
Robin Wilson

Does England need a national anthem of its own?: Daily Telegraph
Allan Massie

Quebec agenda not a fit for SNP: The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

Abdication would reduce Britain's monarchy to a cheap popularity contest (Jan 30): Daily Mail
Robert Hardman


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