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Sunday, February 14

Hillsborough barrister must attend Omagh bomb case: Ulster Herald
Ryan McAleer

Top officer 'a disgrace' for backing debate on Troubles policing: The News Letter
Aileen Quinton

You can't force parties to trust each other (Feb 12): Irish News
Alex Kane

Gerry's ex-IRA pal is new SF boss in North: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Our vision is of healthier, happier, wealthier people: The News Letter
Mike Nesbitt

Arlene Foster's magnanimity laudable (Feb 9): Belfast Telegraph

Monty Python could teach Stormont a thing or two: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Linda Dillon 'delighted' at selection in place of Martin McGuinness for Mid Ulster: Mid Ulster Mail
Shauna Corr

Tarring all dissenters with same brush easy but wrong (Feb 12): Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Byrne

Ireland crying out for all-island health system (Feb 10): Irish News
Brian Feeney

Protection for Irish schools is becoming hard to justify: The News Letter

'An attempt to trample over nationalist people' says Sinn Fein councillor (Feb 9): Derry Journal

Call for action on shelved Narrow Water Bridge project (Feb 10): Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Ford warns of abortion law 'limbo' as Northern Ireland MLAs vote against amendment (Feb 12): Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

A free vote on abortion is essential (Feb 8): Belfast Telegraph
Trevor Lunn

Trevor Lunn backing gay marriage confirms why I departed Alliance (Feb 11): The News Letter
Frazer McCamond

Sinn Féin will continue to oppose anti-terror measures, Adams says: The Irish Times
Declan Conlon

Campaign weary Mary Lou throws a wobble over her 'dear friend' Slab: Sunday Independent
Philip Ryan

Shock as Sinn Fein surges in new poll as govt parties lose ground: Irish Voice/
James O'Shea

If it's so great up North, Gerry, why not go back?: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

'Gerry Adams does not understand the Republic': Sunday Independent
Joan Burton

Put Civil War finally to bed with gesture – General election 2016 (Feb 11): Irish Examiner

Was Tyrone schoolgirl Arlene Arkinson's suspected killer a British spy?: Tyrone Times

Garda whistleblower John Wilson – Commissioner Nóirín O'Sullivan should resign over gangland violence: Irish Mirror
James Ward

Is this the answer to the school patronage debate? (Jan 19): The Irish Times
Carl O'Brien

Celtic mad Catholic swimmer gets ticket to Special Olympics.. after an Orange band raised cash for his trip (Feb 11): Scottish Daily Record
Gary Fanning

Teenage troll who targeted Celtic superfan Jay Beatty vows to change his ways (Feb 12): Belfast Live

EU exit means uncertain future for British-Irish trade – business leader (Feb 10): Belfast Telegraph

Why Ireland has nothing to fear over fallout from Brexit: Sunday Telegraph
Liam Halligan

Christians now a 'minority' in UK like 'Roman Catholics at Reformation', say leading clerics (Feb 11): The Independent
Alexandra Sims

Saturday, February 13

Lord Chief Justice calls for 'legacy inquest unit': UTV
Jane Loughrey

Coroner optimistic Kingsmill inquest will be heard in coming months: Belfast Telegraph

'Secretary of State is trying to airbrush British responsibility during Troubles'-says Durkan: Derry Journal
Eamon Sweeney

Villiers criticised over Loughinisland comments: Irish News
Connla Young

Enniskillen relative – chief constable reduced me to tears: The News Letter

Real collusion in past 'between IRA and UDA': The News Letter

Police were also victims of Troubles: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Lindsay

Republicans must not be allowed to shift blame: The News Letter
Arlene Foster

Phil Flanagan – Judgement reserved in MLA's legal action against assembly's insurers: BBC

Sinn Féin MLAs who claimed almost £700,000 in expenses 'did nothing wrong': BBC
Gareth Gordon

Anger as Sinn Fein MLAs are cleared over expenses claimed: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Nationalist Councillors agree to spend £600 on Queen's birthday: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Irish medium schools 'placed on pedestal' – DUP: The News Letter

UVF killing charges pulled 'over delays in supergrass case': Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Alleged 'IRA' man Fitzsimons bailed after 27 months: Irish News
Connla Young

PSNI blame republicans for refusal to explain mine costs: Irish News
Connla Young

Handshakes 'provide conditions for peace' (Feb 8): UTV
Ricky Thompson and Mark McFadden

Sentencing of former IRA chief adjourned until Irish election: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Ex-IRA chief Thomas 'Slab' Murphy 'owes the Irish taxman 190,000 euros after dodging payments for eight years': Daily Mail
Joseph Curtis

Sinn Féin TD 'does not have full confidence in Thomas 'Slab' Murphy conviction': Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Murphy 'at the heart of terror for years': Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Mary Lou unimpressed with 'really stupid questions' about Thomas 'Slab' Murphy:
Cormac Fitzgerald

Sentence delay until votes are cast is good news for Sinn Féin: Irish Independent
John Downing

Jerry McCabe killing returns to haunt Sinn Féin: Irish Examiner
Stephen Rogers and David Raleigh

TD Catherine Murphy – If we accept Special Criminal Court we accept the gangs will always be with us: Irish Mirror
Blanaid Murphy

Time to end the forced pregnancy laws (Feb 9): The News Letter
Clare Bailey

More Catholic than Protestant boys fail to meet exam targets (Feb 10): Irish News
Simon Doyle

OECD apologises to Northern Ireland students for report error (Feb 2): BBC
Robbie Meredith

Sinn Fein criticised over 1916 medal 'insult' (Feb 5): The News Letter

How we celebrate 1916 will shape future – Methodist leader (Feb 10): The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Remembering the British men who upheld ideals of 1916: Irish News
Patrick Murphy

It's Casement or nowhere for rugby showpiece – Ni Chuilin (Feb 9): Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

New Irish 'feel pressure' to allow children be instructed in Catholic faith at schools (Feb 12): The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Revealed – only 46 Catholic schools oversubscribed: Irish Catholic
Cathal Barry

SNP councillors behind Irish flag vote: Motherwell Times

Friday, February 12

We need new ways to deal with Troubles cases – there is too much emphasis on State involvement, says Villiers: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Villiers says Troubles investigators to be given 'full disclosure': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Campbell welcomes Villiers' challenge to republicans over atrocities: The News Letter

George Hamilton says he supports debate on drawing a line under NI's past: BBC

Pressure politicians, victims of the Troubles are told: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

So near, yet so far…: UTV
Brian Rowan

Huge task for Mr Justice Colton (Feb 11): Irish News

Suspended DUP man Devenney 'to run and split vote': Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Former DUP assembly member accused of canvassing for SDLP: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Mike Nesbitt's vision to be skewed by the realities of politics here: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Speaker calls for more female MLAs (Feb 9): Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Alerts close Belfast to Dublin rail line 30 times in three years due to bomb threats: Irish Independent
Adrian Rutherford

DUP lodges formal complaint over Sinn Fein councillor's joke selfie with Queen: Belfast Telegraph

Jim Wells to sue Sinn Fein MLA over tweet following 'I can't cope with women between eight to 80' remark: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley Houston

Hussey stands by Jim Wells after 'sexist' comments: Ulster Herald
Deborah Armstrong

Phil Flanagan takes legal action against assembly's insurers: BBC

SF has access to bank account for MLA Flanagan's salary: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Could be better – verdict of the Good Friday generation on living in NI (Feb 6): Belfast Telegraph
Laura Abernethy

Pupils bowled over by new Irish language school: Irish News
Simon Doyle

Sinn Féin's uncommon aspiration: The Irish Times
Seán Tadhg Ó Gairbhí

'Slab' Murphy to be sentenced for tax evasion: RTE

Adams won't be in court to support 'Slab': Irish Independent
John Downing

Leaders turn on Adams as crime dominates TV debate: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle and Barry Lennon

Gerry Adams tells Irish party leaders to 'learn lessons' from unionists: BBC

Gerry Adams – Nobody is interested in Sinn Fein plans to close Special Criminal Court: Irish Independent
John Downing

Sinn Féin manifesto – election platform both left and populist (Feb 9): The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

SF won't be credible until it shakes off the mantras from old days of State subversion: Irish Independent
Liz O'Donnell

An entirely justified response – The Special Criminal Court (Feb 10): Irish Examiner

Work on first section of new A5 road to begin next year: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Scots council agrees to fly Irish Tricolour for Easter 1916 anniversary amid fears of backlash: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

A 'Brexit' will not answer the old British Question (Feb 11): Irish Independent
Brendan Keenan

EVEL system 'too complex' to survive long, warn MPs: Belfast Telegraph

English votes for English laws should lead to reform of Barnett Formula, says Commons committee:
Martin Shipton

Thursday, February 11

Independent Reporting Commission on NI paramilitary activity proposed: Belfast Telegraph

Villiers – Money 'could be released to ease inquest backlog': Irish News
David Young

Theresa Villiers warns of UK security fears over NI Troubles cases disclosure: BBC
Mark Devenport

When national security undermines human rights (Feb 10): Irish News
Jarlath Kearney

Foster's confident candour shows those affected by the Troubles need not hide hurt: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Legal action mooted over definition of a Troubles victim (Feb 9): The News Letter

Twenty years after the Canary Wharf bomb, has peace won? (Feb 9):
David Williamson

Unionism is undergoing a remarkable evolution: Irish News
Newton Emerson

DUP – Former MLA Maurice Devenney suspended from party: BBC
Enda McClafferty

Stormont probe clears Basil McCrea over sex claims: Irish News
John Manley

NI21 membership could now be as low as 10: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Jamie Bryson appeals flag protest convictions: UTV
Alan Erwin

Police probe 'Brit murderers' tweet by Sinn Fein MP after Syria bombing vote: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Don't prosecute Molloy over Brits murder tweet, says ex-soldier: The News Letter

Fennell to stand trial accused of IRA support after Lurgan graveyard speech: Portadown Times

I twice sabotaged bomb effort and acted under duress, accused tells trial: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh McDonald

Sinn Fein councillor's selfie quoted Queen in Irish: Ballymena Times
Stephen Gamble

Jim Wells 'sexism' row – Second complaint after altercation with Sinn Fein MLA Megan Fearon: Belfast Telegraph

Complaints about Jim Wells are ridiculous, say rivals: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Under pressure Jim Wells still in frame for election: Irish News
John Manley

Willie Frazer explains 'Fenian-looking' Facebook comment: The News Letter

Birmingham pub bombings – informer may have been in IRA unit, court told: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

Birmingham Six man calls for inquiry into 'IRA mole': Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Birmingham bomb coroner demands information on IRA 'mole': The News Letter

Birmingham pub bombings inquests – What we know: BBC

Birmingham bombings – police botched the case. But it shouldn't be reopened: The Guardian
Chris Mullin

Fundraising event aims to change Darkley perceptions: Irish News
Marie Louise McConville

Bombing of Orange Order HQ in 1976 is recalled by those who fled for lives: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Police accused over probe into IRA lynch mob murder of Army corporals David Howes and Derek Wood in Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Unionists vote to rename Roe Valley Arts & Cultural Centre in Limavady: Derry Journal
Sheena Jackson

SF under pressure over call to abolish Special Criminal Court: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Now Adams claims focus on promise to ditch terror law is 'hype': Irish Independent
Caroline Crawford

Armed unit pulled back from Border duty after gang killings: The Irish Times
Conor Lally

Gerry Adams – 'I'm not soft on crime... I am one of the few Oireachtas members who has been shot': Irish Independent
Caroline Crawford and Cormac McQuinn

Special Criminal Court – In defence of the imperfect: The Irish Times

Latest gang killings most embarrassing chain of events for gardaí in 20 years (Feb 10): Irish Independent
Jim Cusack

Defining the present in terms of past sacrifice is wrong (Feb 9): The Irish Times
Mary Condren

No second Brexit vote in event of 'wrong answer', ambassador says: The Irish Times
Ruadhán Mac Cormaic

Brexit would cause border 'uncertainty', Westminster committee told: BBC
Julian O'Neill

British MP criticises Enda Kenny's 'offensive' Brexit comments: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Poll – 54% of Scots would back independence following Brexit: The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

Israel bars Sinn Fein MLA Martina Anderson from Gaza: Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday, February 10

Arlene Foster speaks of her 'difficulties' with Martin McGuinness: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

McGuinness call for 'leadership' after Foster remarks: Irish News

Ann Travers hails bravery of Arlene Foster in working with Sinn Fein: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Martin McGuinness called IRA man who shot my dad a saint – but we can still work together, says DUP's Arlene Foster: Belfast Telegraph
Cate McCurry

Ulster Unionists consider joining next Stormont Executive: BBC
Gareth Gordon

Sinn Féin backtracks 'in favour of Gildernew': UTV

Fermanagh and South Tyrone selection 'major embarrassment for Sinn Féin': BBC
Gareth Gordon

Arlene Foster distances herself from creationism: The News Letter
Sam McBride

'Fenian-looking' people lurking at my home claims Willie Frazer: Irish News
John Monaghan

Man accused over dissident plot insists he is no terrorist: The News Letter

Fourth anniversary of the murder of Andrew Allen: Derry Journal

Grandmother's legal action over park name adjourned: BBC

Docklands bomb survivors urge Met to investigate 'Slab' Murphy, on 20th anniversary of IRA outrage: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Provo told IRA victim's brother – 'You Indians know how we feel': The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Docklands bomb victim – my relative De Valera would not have stooped to this: The News Letter

Birmingham pub bombings – victims' families push to reopen investigation: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

Pub bombings – fresh opportunity for truth must not be dismissed: Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

Decision on inquest on Birmingham bombers 'momentous': Irish Independent
Scott D'Arcy

'Troubles' challenge issued to David Cameron: Derry Journal

Sinn Fein MLA Lynch was IRA man injured during SAS ambush where McElwaine was killed: Irish News

Orange Order staff had narrow escape from bomb 40 years ago: The News Letter

Case of Catholic men shot by UDA referred to Attorney General: Irish News
Connla Young

Widow to speak at Pat Finucane annual lecture in Belfast: Irish News
Connla Young

Sinn Féin wants Northern representation in Dáil: RTE

Simon Harris – 'Gerry Adams is soft on law and order': Irish Independent
Philip Ryan

Paul Murphy slams 'sectarian' Sinn Féin:

Sinn Féin throws media off its campaign tour bus: Irish Independent
John Brennan

Now Sinn Féin wants to scrap anti-terror laws when in power: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Gerry has answers but not for the questions: The Irish Times
Miriam Lord

As murder returns to Ireland, so does the Sinn Fein nightmare: Daily Telegraph
Kevin Myers

There are double standards – and Sinn Féin's standards: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Utopian glow off Sinn Féin will fade once they get closer to power: Irish Examiner
Gerard Howlin

Complaint made over apparent remark by Jim Wells about women "between eight and 80": Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Brexit worries on both sides of the Irish border: BBC
Ed Stourton

Tuesday, February 9

FM speaks of 'difficulties' in dealing with Martin McGuinness: BBC

McCallister Opposition bill clears another hurdle, despite vetoes: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Stormont – Proposal to rename OFMDFM is rejected by Assembly: BBC

Negativity is not giving us the good government we have been promised: The News Letter
Alex Kane

We could be all be into a new political era without noticing: Irish News
Fionnuala O Connor

Continuity IRA claims responsibility for killing of David Byrne at boxing match weigh-in: The Independent
Tom Brooks-Pollock

Dublin weigh-in murder – doubts cast on Continuity IRA's claims of responsibility: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Surprise at Continuity IRA claim over David Byrne murder: Irish News
Connla Young

Foreign hit-squad used to carry out military style rampage: Sunday World
Morgan Flanagan Creagh

Who are the Continuity IRA? Dissident Republican terror group claims responsibility for Dublin boxing weigh-in attack: Irish Mirror
Maeve Quigley

Second man shot dead in Dublin after CIRA claim earlier bloodbath: The News Letter

Taoiseach – 'No place in Irish society for groups like the Continuity IRA': Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor and Cormac McQuinn

Republican Sinn Fein condemn 'smear' attempt against CIRA: The News Letter

Regency Hotel shooting – Continuity IRA statement leads to confusion: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Irish premier Enda Kenny calls suggests not all IRA weapons were put beyond use: Daily Telegraph
Gordon Rayner

Taoiseach and Adams clash over Dublin hotel attack: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan, Sarah Bardon and Harry McGee

Gerry Adams 'needs a reality check', says Joan Burton: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

'Confusion' led to Gerry Adams' 'no gangland' comments being misunderstood – McDonald: Irish Independent
John Downing

What stops Mary Lou from stating obvious about Adams?: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Gang murder and 'Slab' sentencing have Sinn Féin in hole it just can't stop digging: Irish Independent
Shane Coleman

Yes, grown-up politics is 'confusing', Mr Adams: Irish Independent

A challenge to our shared values: The Irish Times

A plague on both their houses – CIRA claim drug war murder: Irish Examiner

Ford tells NIO 'time for action on the past': UTV

Victim's group quiz Secretary of State on funding for dealing with 'the past': Impartial Reporter

RUC had no prior knowledge of Shankill bomb, insists ex-Special Branch officer: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Could IRA Birmingham pub bombings inquest resume?: BBC

I am still haunted by Canary Wharf, says bomb victim: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Doing something about the past...: UTV
Brian Rowan

Troubles victims need the truth to be told: Belfast Telegraph

Veil of secrecy still shrouds NI political donations: The News Letter
Adam Kula

McCann to stand: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Plan for bonfire licences in Northern Ireland preferred to total ban by Environment Minister Durkan: Belfast Telegraph

Gran's legal bid over 'IRA park name' challenged: UTV
Alan Erwin

Hughes and his ilk unfit to lace boots of Patrick Pearse: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Campbell clashes with Culture Minister over Irish language: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

'I've high hopes for my Paisley and McGuinness film... some will love it and others will just hate it': Belfast Telegraph

MLA condemns 'complacency' over Protestant education gap: The News Letter
Adam Kula

DUP to raise concern about timing of EU referendum: BBC

Monday, February 8

Orange Order dismisses claim of end to Drumcree protests: The News Letter

South Belfast shaping up to be riveting contest: Irish News
John Manley

'Gangland' does not exist, says Adams as he defends SF plan: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor, Cormac McQuinn and Kevin Doyle

Adams claims Special Criminal Court 'doesn't work': The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Adams's muddled response was a bizarre audition for Taoiseach: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Colum Eastwood says British government must get more involved in legacy issues: BBC

Cameron to consider calls for Teebane and Enniskillen probes: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Row over funding of Troubles probes continues with NIO refusal: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

US congressman – Adams warned of IRA threat before bombing: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Soldiers also have right to justice (Feb 3): Belfast Telegraph

Moment handcuffed IRA killer Robert Duffy is pictured enjoying a top-secret visit to see his wife and children eight years into his second life sentence for attempted murder: Daily Mail
Anthony Joseph

FM recalls Paisley support during child's heart scare: UTV

My deep admiration for a monarch who still inspires after 64 years on the throne (Feb 6): Belfast Telegraph
Arlene Foster

Court has to weigh highly complex issues in Ashers case (Feb 4): The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Mary Lou called Brian Hayes a 'gurrier' when he tried to grill her about Slab Murphy:
Daragh Brophy

Oops... Mary Lou McDonald leaflet misspells Bobby Sands: The Irish Times

Sinn Féin claim 'election boob' leaflet was altered: Irish News
Simon Cunningham

A vote for SF is a vote for Slab in all but name: Sunday Independent
Dearbhail McDonald

Sinn Fein's sights are set on a coalition in the Dail: Tribune Magazine
John Coulter

This election denies a voice to Ireland's emigrants: The Irish Times
Sipke Shaughnessy

The Guardian view on Ireland's election – more of the same may not be enough: The Guardian

Pupils from across Belfast give their ideas for future (Feb 6): Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

McCrea social media provisions do not strike the right balance (Feb 5): The News Letter

Strictly bizarre as Shinners dance on the memory of their 1916 heroes (Feb 4): Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

High Court abortion judgment in North is reflection of changing attitudes: The Irish Times
Siobhán Mullally

OFMDFM threatened with legal action by one of its own quangos (Jan 20): The News Letter

Sinn Féin to look at holding events to honour WW1 dead: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Rugby fans try and fail to see Ireland match on RTE: Irish News

Brexit worries on both sides of the Irish border: BBC
Ed Stourton

Sunday, February 7

Foster interview – 'Peter said he won't tell me what to do': The News Letter
Laura Mcmullan

Foster interview – 'Constitutional status of NI is secure': The News Letter
Laura Mcmullan

Former Sinn Fein Council Chairman points to selection 'irregularities': Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Uncertain time ahead for MLAs (Feb 5): Belfast Telegraph
Will Chambré

Coalisland terrorism accused arrested by police after missing court date: Londonderry Sentinel

Sinn Fein dance video out of step: Belfast Telegraph

Arlene Foster blasts bias of republican calls for 'full disclosure' (Feb 4): Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

New documents show that British Army claimed massacre killings: Belfast Media

Will the IRA blame La Mon on the Brits too?: Sunday Independent
Ben Lowry

Never before seen footage shows the terrifying moment an IRA lorry bomb destroyed Manchester city centre in 1996: Daily Mail
Sam Tonkin

UDA feud widow's payout bid boost (Feb 4): Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Orange Lodges opposed to plan to grant Irish official status: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

McCrea's radical social media changes blocked: The News Letter
Sam McBride

George Galloway victory over Google strikes a blow for free speech (Feb 3): The Irish Times
Colum Kenny

Students 'must be central in political decisions for Northern Ireland to thrive': Belfast Telegraph

'Tattooed republicans' exhibition opens in Belfast (Feb 6): Irish News
Marie Louise McConville

Easter Rising event "one-sided" – claim: Ballymena Times

Noisy campaign to 'save' the Rising street rings hollow (Feb 6): The Irish Times
Diarmaid Ferriter

A villain among heroes – John Delaney comes a cropper with unfounded Easter Rising remark: Irish Post
Tim Martin

Stitching together the torn fabric of church and society: Irish News
John Dunlop

Catholic schools are unfairly criticised over admissions (Feb 2): The Irish Times
Brendan Kelly

Red faces after gardai 'recycle' Semtex boxes (Jan 10): Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

'EU exit would be blow for Banbridge' claim: Banbridge Leader

Northern Ireland peace negotiator training women for UN Syria talks: Belfast Telegraph

Poll finds drop in Scots in favour of UK staying in EU (Feb 4): The Scotsman

Saturday, February 6

Donaldson – No DUP u-turn on victim definition: BBC

Docklands Bomb – IRA bombed its way to talks table with Canary Wharf, claims former US Congressman Bruce Morrison: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Docklands bomb – Senior officer details hunt to catch those responsible: BBC
Colletta Smith

Survivors of world terror to attend memorial service for IRA Docklands bomb victims: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Army whistleblower to testify on IRA double agent Stakeknife: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Arlene Foster cash call for legacy investigations rejected by NIO: Irish News
John Monaghan

Cost of Stakeknife probe a 'small price to pay': UTV
Sharon O'Neill

Stakeknife probe must not be stalled by funding row: Irish News

'Almost 10 million records to trawl' on Loughgall: UTV
Alan Erwin

Family of murdered Catholic man write to PPS and PSNI: Irish News
Connla Young

Soldier injured as he saved two girls from IRA bomb is part of group seeking fresh terror probes: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

London must show sympathy with ex Troubles soldiers: The News Letter

New SDLP team will deliver positive alternative for the people of North Antrim: Coleraine Times
Claire Cartmill

Willie Frazer joins chorus of anger over 'Strictly IRA' dance night: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Sinn Fein boss Gerry Adams has said that people have "nothing to fear" if the party is voted into Government: Irish Mirror
Blanaid Murphy

Adams among familiar initials at RIA launch: The Irish Times
Miriam Lord

Irish political divisions are in all the wrong places (Feb 5): The Irish Times
John Horgan

Peter Tatchell's volte face over Ashers noble and brave: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Time to blow the whistle on gay cake case: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Unionists join united Ireland debate in Omagh: Ulster Herald

Report reveals recommendations to further all-island economy: The Cross Examiner

How Terry Wogan bridged the divide and blazed a trail for other Irish stars to follow: Belfast Telegraph
John Meagher

Bright voice on darkest days for Irish in Britain (Feb 1): The Irish Times
Peter Murtagh

McCrea wants jail terms for 'grossly offensive' online material: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Stephen Rea – 'I can't imagine teams of loyalists rolling up to watch it': The Irish Times
Peter Crawley

Frostbit Boy 'confused Gerry Adams with Pierce Brosnan': Irish News
Claire Simpson

Let's roar the Irish on to another Six Nations success: Belfast Telegraph

Longford GAA club fined €2,000 for hosting Jamie Carragher soccer school on premises:
Ryan Bailey

Liam Adams to take appeal bid to European Court of Human Rights: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

EU debate is still getting little attention in Northern Ireland: The News Letter

Friday, February 5

Denials by IRA man said to be 'AA' sound familiar: Irish News
Allison Morris

Arlene Foster supports Shankill bomb victims' quest for truth: BBC
Gareth Gordon

Shankill bombing families will 'fight for truth': Irish News
Claire Simpson

Allister warns of 'false IRA trail' over Shankill RUC claims: The News Letter

Man alleged to be Shankill bomb IRA agent breaks silence: Irish News
Allison Morris

Stakeknife – Policing Board rejects PSNI chief constable committee request: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Police chief in pledge over legacy inquests: Belfast Telegraph

Call by Sir Hugh Orde to break deadlock over NI's past: BBC

150 soldiers press PSNI to probe IRA attacks on them: The News Letter

Justice Department has insufficient funds for legacy inquests, warns David Ford: Belfast Telegraph

Libyan peace key to IRA compensation – Dodds: The News Letter

Bloody Sunday – Victims hit back at comments made by Eamon de Valera's grandson: Derry Journal
Eamon Sweeney

Probes into IRA assets 'were blocked for peace process': The News Letter

Non-inclusive legacy system will just cause new problems: Belfast Telegraph
Graham Spencer

Tsunami of the past threatens to sweep all aside: Irish News
Denis Bradley

Service to mark 20th anniversary of Docklands bombing: The News Letter

Time to call a halt to Camp Twaddell protest (Jan 28): Irish News

Watch Sinn Fein's bizarre Strictly fundraiser promo, featuring IRA commander Sean 'The Surgeon' Hughes: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

IRA victim's father's hurt over SF fundraiser: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Mary Lou McDonald stays silent on support for Thomas 'Slab' Murphy: Irish Examiner
Fiachra Ó Cionnaith

Anger over Sinn Fein's support for 'Slab' Murphy: The News Letter

SF plan to scrap juryless court will place jurors' lives at risk – Shatter: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor and John Brennan

Terror accused was out on licence when arrested: The News Letter

UUP call to axe eyesore election posters worth considering (Jan 29): Belfast Telegraph

If history is important then at least know about it (Jan 25): Belfast Live
Joe Lindsay

Unionists clash over plans for Easter Rising commemorations: Newtownabbey Times

Actor Conleth Kane and DUP councillor in Ashers bakery spat: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Peter Tatchell's Ashers U-turn welcome (Feb 2): Belfast Telegraph

Sent a parcel bomb at the height of the Troubles – how Sir Terry won the hearts of Britain at a time when an Irish accent aroused deep suspicion: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Hopkins

Wogan really was a bridge between Ireland and Britain (Feb 1): The News Letter

Republic's economy may boost Northern Ireland as UK growth stagnates: Belfast Telegraph
Margaret Canning and Sarah Collins

Second Wetherspoons pub omit Irish rugby team from display: Irish News
John Monaghan

Probe as football fans post messages stating the IRA should be drafted in to "sort" out Celtic manager Ronny Deila's side: Glasgow Evening Times
Rebecca Gray

Imagine the mess an independent Scotland would be in right now: Daily Telegraph
Fraser Nelson

England will be scarred by EU vote (Jan 23): The Scotsman
Euan McColm

English parliament would balance 'democratic deficit', says Tristram Hunt: The Guardian
Nicholas Watt

Thursday, February 4

Opposition bill: MLA wins praise – even from those 'knifing' him: The News Letter

John McCallister – After 18 years of this Stormont, it's time for real change: The News Letter

Republicans guard against return to pure democracy: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Deep-seated nationalist fear behind SDLP's late opposition wobble: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Fresh Start Agreement points the way: Irish Echo
Theresa Villiers

DUP likely to back EU exit – Foster: The News Letter

McGuinness a Europhile chancer, claims Sammy Wilson: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Martin McGuinness takes issue with Nigel Dodds: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Arlene Foster and Martin McGuinness urge PM David Cameron not to hold EU referendum in June: Belfast Telegraph

Cameron rejects leaders' plea to delay EU poll: The News Letter

EU referendum – David Cameron to visit NI to campaign to stay in 'reformed' EU: BBC

Expensive border security operation would remain after Brexit, says Ian Paisley: Belfast Telegraph

NI affairs committee to examine potential EU exit impact: BBC
John Campbell

Large firms face 'huge impact' from Brexit, MPs told: Belfast Telegraph

Brexit Northern Ireland impact 'would be small', MPs told: BBC
John Campbell

Brexit – David Cameron's gamble: The Irish Times

Ex-IRA man disputes claims Stakeknife was 'stood down' in 1990: Irish News
Allison Morris

The cover up of collusion continues on all sides: Irish News
Allison Morris

'Quotas needed to redress gender imbalance' – Gildernew: Ulster Herald
Ryan McAleer

Sinn Féin officials insist polls suggest it could bag 30 seats: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

'Slab's not up for election', quips irritated Adams: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Dáil election has big implications for Northern Ireland:
Steven McCaffery

Calls by 150 ex-soldiers to probe Troubles attacks on them could 'bring PSNI to a standstill': Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Lawyers the only winners in difficult search for the truth: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Loyalist feud victim's widow wins appeal on payout claim: The News Letter

Facebook page which celebrated Bloody Sunday deaths removed: Irish News
John Monaghan

Sinn Fein MLA Phil Flanagan to pay UUP's Tom Elliott almost £50k in compensation for falsely implying he shot people: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Councillor asks if Queen will be on her birthday fire: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Belfast police step up patrols to tackle Lenadoon and Suffolk pre-arranged fights: Belfast Telegraph

Were rifle and pistols part of dissident IRA arsenal? Hussey: Londonderry Sentinel

IRA membership accused have trial date set for January 2018 – despite court's backlog plans: Irish Independent
Dearbhail McDonald

Trust defends use of Ti Chulainn Centre following UUP "chill factor" claim: The Cross Examiner

Easter Rising trip 'not balanced or fair', claims DUP man: Larne Times

'Gay cake' case – Ashers bakery appeal adjourned: BBC

'Catholic schools are as inclusive as any other type': Irish Independent
Tom Deenihan

Welsh motorists hit back at move to put Union Flag on every driving licence by covering it with DRAGON stickers: Daily Mail
Steph Cockroft

Who WILL speak for England? : Daily Mail

Wednesday, February 3

Late move sees SDLP join SF to veto parts of opposition bill: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Stormont opposition plans could undermine Good Friday Agreement, says Sinn Fein: Belfast Telegraph

Unionists hankering after shimmering Shangri-La: Irish News
Brian Feeney

DUP minister Emma Pengelly still has no special adviser (Jan 29): Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Bill to cut Stormont departments gets green light: UTV

Ard Chomhairle may overrule Gildernew deselection: Irish News
John Manley

Up to 60 youths take part in pre-arranged sectarian fight: Irish News
Marie Louise McConville

Housing Executive has not yet met other agencies on flags issues: Irish News
John Monaghan

Woman who lost her parents in Shankill bomb asks to meet IRA: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Shankill bomb victims' daughter Michelle Williamson 'has long given up hope of getting justice and now just wants the truth': Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

British soldier says 'Slab' Murphy ordered killing of 'many people': Irish Independent
Nevin Farrell

Sinn Féin's Gerry Adams says there should be no 'hanging' of Thomas 'Slab' Murphy until after his sentencing: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Morrison – IRA 'stood down' Scappaticci in 1990: Irish News
Allison Morris

British army admit UDA killer was former member of UDR: Irish News
Connla Young

PUP's Winston Irvine at centre of historical inquiry into four murders: Sunday World
Richard Sullivan

Is Sinn Fein's Gerry Adams an evil warlord or a boy who did not grow up?: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

British need to end fortress mindset on the past: Irish News
Jim Gibney

Army charity invite 'grossly offensive' to Derry: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Orange Order slams use of Irish language: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Ulster's new GAA chief reaching out hand of friendship to unionists: Belfast Telegraph
Declan Bogue

DUP-run department rebuts Sammy Wilson's 'Taliban' jibe: The News Letter

Abolition of Special Criminal Court 'key objective' for SF – Adams: RTE

Sinn Fein appeal over 1916 site wins support: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Ashers bolstered by 8,000 strong petition ahead of appeal: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Christian bakers in court to appeal discrimination ruling: Belfast Telegraph

Tayto launch special St Patrick's Day packet – in Republic only: Irish News
John Monaghan

Filmmaker Stephen Fingleton backing drama on Northern Ireland's Troubles (Jan 25): Belfast Telegraph

Northern Ireland would lose billions in Euro exit, warns Martin McGuinness: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Stormont minister Bell gets it badly wrong on EU question: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Sammy Wilson says Del Boy would be embarrassed by David Cameron's 'dodgy' EU deal: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Cromie

Analysis of draft deal to keep UK in EU needed, says Flanagan: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Minister scraps 51-year-old religion rule for primary schools (Jan 29): Irish Independent
Katherine Donnelly

I'd back Scottish independence after Brexit (Jan 10): The Scotsman
Henry McLeish

Tuesday, February 2

Full Troubles disclosure would 'risk lives' – SoS: UTV

Martin McGuinness says Queen "A very positive force" for peace process: Irish Voice/
Nick Bramhill

Michelle Gildernew loses out at Sinn Féin selection convention: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Mystery over Michelle Gildernew's demise and future: Irish News
John Manley

Patterson helps stir pot as Assembly race becomes more interesting: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Waffley versatile waffle is assembly's default mode: Irish News
William Scholes

Jonathan Bell – 'Critics who say I'm out of my depth should look at my record': Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Dissident republican activist Damien 'Dee' Fennell no longer banned from making public speeches: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Stakeknife – David Ford says UK government should pay for investigation: BBC

McGuinness calls on Britain to open files on Shankill bombing: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Hard to see how death and misery can be put to rest: Irish News
Fionnuala O Connor

Dealing with plight of Troubles victims 'key to political progress': Belfast Telegraph
Aine Fox

'Sick' flag protesters celebrate Bloody Sunday deaths: Irish News
John Monaghan

Mystery of Nairac proves how truth is casualty of war: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Hillary Clinton Backers Damage Peace Process With 'Video Nasty':
Andre Walker

Terry Wogan's role in north's peace process recalled: Irish News

Why it matters that Terry Wogan was Irish: The Guardian
Martin Kettle

Sinn Féin leads social media election race: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Former Orange Lodge chaplain speaks at Catholic Church: UTV

DUP accused of blocking gay rights group from school scheme: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

'Gay cake' couple – 'We don't hate anyone. It's done out of love for God': The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Gay cake row bakery owner reveals attacks on business: Belfast Telegraph

Gay rights campaigner's U-turn over Ashers welcomed: The News Letter

I've changed my mind on the gay cake row. Here's why: The Guardian
Peter Tatchell

Britain is losing its religion, but nobody seems that bothered (Jan 19): The Spectator
Melanie McDonagh

Martin McGuinness warns Cameron over June date for EU referendum: Belfast Telegraph

Northern Irish public will never be fooled by pro-EU lies: Belfast Telegraph
David McNarry

The Last British Colony – Northern Ireland, Brexit and Union with the UK: McGill
Harrison Brewer

Monday, February 1

Flanagan in, Gildernew out following second Sinn Fein selection convention: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

SDLP fears are not behind Foyle move, McGuinness says: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Can Sinn Féin be kings of the hill?: Irish News
John Manley

Results across north will be crucial to SF-DUP battle: Irish News
John Manley

McGuinness plays down compensation reports: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Former Sinn Fein propagandist Danny Morrison defends £200k compensation: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

IRA man accused of rape 'threatened to expose informants to stop retribution': The Independent
Mick Browne and Cahal Milmo

MoD accused of 'thumbing nose' at coroners during IRA inquest: Irish News
Connla Young

Thousands attend Bloody Sunday March for Justice: Derry Journal
Eamon Sweeney

Paddy Hill of Birmingham Six fame still fighting the good fight: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Bloody Sunday remains unresolved, McCann tells marchers: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Landmark in NIO propaganda that showed us how bad Troubles were (Jan 30): Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Shankill victims' families need 'full disclosure' (Jan 26): Irish News
Claire Simpson

Enda Kenny – Sir Terry Wogan was a bridge between Ireland and Britain: The Guardian
Sally Desmond and Henry McDonald

Terry bridged the Anglo-Irish divide at a time when the Troubles drove us apart: Irish Independent
Mary Kenny

Hunger striker turned lawyer in long-time fight for social justice (Jan 15): The Irish Times
Colm Keena

Dissident Dan not the way to reach the rioters: Irish News
Tom Kelly

Cross-Border peace initiatives get €1.3m: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Northern Ireland and Welsh leaders lobby PM over EU referendum date: The Guardian
Frances Perraudin

The scenario for a dash for a Yes vote after Brexit win in EU referendum: The Herald
Kirsty Hughes

If Sturgeon really wants independence why doesn't she support Brexit? (Jan 24): Daily Telegraph
Alan Cochrane

EU vote has massive implications: Irish News

Gay rights group organises protest at meeting to support Ashers: The News Letter

Mayor and Deputy Mayor to attend Commemoration: Ballymoney Times

Revealed – Extent of police time spent on Pastor McConnell case (Jan 25): The News Letter

Church Sunday schools will not face anti-radicalisation inspections (Jan 28): Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Sinn Féin poised to bag seat – but at Fine Gael or Labour's expense?: Irish Independent
John Downing

Is time running out for Scotland to be master of its own destiny? (Jan 30): The Herald
Kevin McKenna


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