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Wednesday, February 28

Durkan vows to seek referendum on united Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Alliance wants to cut MLA numbers: BBC

Cowen to praise SDLP commitment: RTE

Close call as Seamus bows out of bearpit: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

The West Belfast stakes – they're off and running: (Feb 22)
Damian McCarney

'I'll go in to Mount Vernon': Sunday Life (Feb 25)
Stephen Breen

Tories want better ties with Republic: (from the Irish News)
William Graham

The unreal world of Ulster politics: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

Alliance advocates Schengen Agreement for cross-border policing: UTV Internet

Policing: The Blanket (Feb 5)
Liam O Ruairc

Array of barriers help keep 'rotten apples' well hidden: (from the Irish News)
Susan McKay

Republican graves desecrated in NI:

Holy Cross case ongoing: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Troubles cannot be dealt with in isolation: (from the Irish News, Feb 26)
Roy Garland

'I feared my brother had been killed'- horror of Greysteel massacre recalled: Derry Journal

Behind those walls, thoughts of the future: (Feb 22)
Damian McCarney

Entrepreneurs get an All-Island network boost: The News Letter
Adrienne McGill

Teacher convicted of shouting abuse in Irish at police: Irish Independent (Feb 27)
Alan Erwin

Collusion unit serving in Iraq: Irish World (Feb 14)
Tom Griffin

Police aware of Hain set-up plot: Sunday Life (Feb 25)
Ciaran McGuigan

Only independence can make Scotland first among equals: Scotland on Sunday (Feb 25)
Alex Salmond

The future's bright thanks to our historic union: The Herald (Feb 27)
Gordon Brown

Tuesday, February 27

Talks focus on steps to devolution: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Deliver on devolution, Ahern tells North's politicians: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

Triumph of this new Anglo-Irish alliance: The Independent
David McKittrick

Defections and dramas in the spotlight again: Belfast Telegraph
Sarah Brett

SDLP can end 'stop-go' politics: BBC

SDLP won't go overboard on republican backlash at polls: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Celtic face crucial clash … with assembly elections: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Firebrand preaches the need for foundations: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Big Bob versus the Big Man: (from the Sunday Tribune, Feb 25)
Suzanne Breen

Force to be reckoned with: (from the Sunday Times, Feb 25)
Liam Clarke

Malachi O'Doherty gives his view on the ballot battle so far...: The News Letter
Malachi O'Doherty

Fire has gone out of election: (from the Irish News)

McCord to meet Hillary on US trip: Belfast Telegraph
Stephen Breen and Chris Thornton

Top level talks on collusion cases: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Two years on, after 70 searches, six arrests and 53 interviews, Lisa Dorrian's family still can't lay her to rest: Sunday Life (Feb 25)
Stephen Breen

ARA challenged on name and shame: BBC

Garda and PSNI to work closely together in future: UTV Internet

Lords to hear Holy Cross appeal: BBC

Hundreds take to the streets to demand equal rights for Irish:
Ciarán Barnes

Litter & Glass: The Blanket (Feb 20)
Anthony McIntyre

Political stability a key to prosperity: Belfast Telegraph
Robin Morton

Tourism takes hold in N Ireland: BBC
Clare Matheson

Irish, English change their tune: Boston Globe (Feb 25)
Kevin Cullen

Poll says 85pc not bothered by song: Sunday Independent (Feb 25)

Patriot games get a good result with Ireland's win: (from the Irish News)
Tom Kelly

Who'd have thought it? United through rugby and the GAA on the hallowed turf of Croke Park: Irish Independent

That Saturday afternoon of emotion will help lay the past to rest: Irish Examiner
Fergus Finlay

Red Hand of Ulcers and Emerald Bile: Daily Record (Feb 26)

Monday, February 26

Neither the DUP nor Sinn Fein will risk being hung out to dry: Irish Independent
Maurice Hayes

Assembly under starter's orders: Belfast Telegraph (Feb 22)
Pól Ó Muirí

Ballot Box Pressure: The Blanket (Feb 21)
Mick Hall

Jesus Wept! LVF thug finds god ... Again: Sunday Life (Feb 25)
Stephen Breen

Peace-maker?: (from Fortnight)
Malachi O'Doherty

Relatives For Justice group seek US intervention on collusion: (Feb 23)
Áine McEntee

Bloody Sunday wait goes on: Irish World (Feb 14)
Tom Griffin

O'Loan to meet the family of man scap executed: Sunday Life (Feb 25)
Stephen Gordan and Chis Anderson

When will Tony help the police with inquiries?: Belfast Telegraph (Feb 15)
Eamonn McCann

New delay for Hamill inquiry: (from the Irish News, Feb 22)

Pre-match protests lead to scuffles and three arrests: Irish Independent

Ireland stamp their gifts and authority on a day of dignity: The Guardian
Richard Williams

Hair-raising cry of anthems fills Croker with pride and joy: The Irish Times
Miriam Lord

When the result mattered: Daily Telegraph
Jim White

The day hatred went missing: The Times
Simon Barnes

Ireland v England – Victory for sport, sanity and unity: Irish Examiner

Thumbs down for All-Ireland League: Irish Independent (Feb 22)
Daniel McDonnell

Mixed response to Brennan's 'all-Protestant GAA teams' call: (from the Irish News, Feb 24)
William Graham

Why not say sorry to the Brits?: Sunday Independent (Feb 25)

DUP's Gregory Campbell believes many would prefer a British passport: UTV Internet (Feb 23)

Ahern promises fitting tributes to mark history: Irish Independent (Feb 22)
Gene McKenna

Kiely wrote from the heart in sketch of 'brainless' IRA: Sunday Independent (Feb 18)
Jim Cusack

'It's inconceivable the EU wouldn't welcome an independent Scotland with open arms': Sunday Herald (Feb 18)
Eamonn Gallagher

Sunday, February 25

Hain – March 26 deadline stands: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Adams accuses DUP of 'posturing': BBC

Local issues dominate in the North: Sunday Business Post
Colm Heatley

DUP lack of clarity on devolution date proves key topic: (from the Irish News)
William Graham

Hopefuls launch raids on bastion of bickering unionists: Belfast Telegraph
Matthew McCreary

Independents challenge Sinn Fein: UTV Internet

Power-sharing in North must not be stopped by minority: Sunday Business Post
Tom McGurk

The dinosaurs once again stalk the northern terrain: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Croke match offers respite from political dunderheads: (from the Irish News)
James Kelly

On the brink of peace, again: Chicago Tribune

Candidate threatened by UVF: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

So what planet is Sir Ian on?: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Orde story a curious affair: (from the Irish News)
Newton Emerson

The PSNI must be adequately funded: Belfast Telegraph

Sheridan ally attacks Sinn Fein 'surrender': Sunday Herald
Paul Hutcheon

Confusion in Mary Lou's election machine: Sunday Business Post
Niamh Connolly

The Best Woman To Succeed: The Blanket (Feb 19)
John Coulter

Ombudsman investigators request Scappaticci files from the PSNI: Sunday Business Post
Colm Heatley

British and UVF met 10 days after bombs killed 33: Sunday Business Post
Colm Heatley

A tribute to Ulster's A.J.P. Taylor: The Spectator
Dean Godson

Demonstrators fight losing battle: Sunday Telegraph
Simon Hart

History laid to rest as Dublin welcomes old enemy: The Observer
Euan Ferguson

Hatred kicked into touch: Sunday Independent
Jerome Reilly

Ahern praises GAA, fans after Irish rugby win: RTE

Anthem is fine, says GAA star Joe Brolly: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Divided in anthems but united in singing of them: Sunday Independent
Ulick O'Connor

The victory of Croke Park: Independent on Sunday

Sport transcends political division: Sunday Independent

Saturday, February 24

Unionists suspect IRA fugitives deal:

Sinn Féin committed to power sharing:
Áine McEntee

DUP 'have no deal to offer voters': The News Letter

Adams angered by SDLP's MI5 'stunt':

DUP asked me not to run in election, claims McCord:
Áine McEntee

Introduction of Sinn Féin party: (from the Irish News)
Maeve Connolly

Electoral battle gets underway:

Police facing cuts in overtime across Ulster: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Why Sir Hugh's out of Orde-r: Belfast Telegraph (Feb 22)
Chris Ryder & Jane Hardy

Hain urged to set up inquiry into murder: The News Letter

The elephant sitting in the corner is collusion:
Michael Kenwood

It's time for a proper truth commission, says Alban Maginness:
Michael Kenwood

McAleese Should be Criticised: The Blanket (Feb 16)
David Adams

No point in saying sorry at Croke Park: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

Republican Sinn Fein to protest Croker clash: Belfast Telegraph

Police fear anthem will spark violence at rugby international: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

The English are coming – and gardaí are ready: Irish Examiner
Sean Mac Carthaigh

A Perfect Match – The Irish and the English: Irish Independent
Kim Bielenberg

Auld enemy's visit sets Ireland a definitive test of its maturity: The Irish Times
Kathy Sheridan

Irish, English set to tackle history: Boston Globe
Kevin Cullen

Dublin turf war is about bureaucracy rather than avenging Bloody Sunday: The Times
Eamonn Sweeney

A future united Ireland is as much at stake as today's rugby clash: Irish Examiner
Ryle Dwyer

The game itself should make its mark: Belfast Telegraph

Six Nations – Thugs must not ruin this historic day: Irish Examiner

GAA chief wants Protestant teams: BBC

Education leader backs 'sharing not separation': (from the Irish News)
Simon Doyle

Teachers back march in support of language act:

Catholics in England Boosted by Migrants: Washington Post
Mary Jordan

A matter of merging faiths: (Feb 22)
Des Wilson

Friday, February 23

UDA support powersharing: UTV Internet

DUP vows to get it right after election: The News Letter

Former Alliance leader for NI campaign:

Sitting MLAs expected to retain most seats in stronghold of unionism: Belfast Telegraph
Lisa Smyth

Election '07 – The SDLP's Alex Attwood, West Belfast:

DUP 'gutless' in poll commitments – Empey: Belfast Telegraph

Adams already looking forward to forthcoming elections: Belfast Telegraph

Nationalist posters argument continues: (from the Irish News)
Suzanne McGonagle

Poster pirates out of order: Ulster Herald

Reform, not revolutionary rhetoric, is what NIO needs: (from the Irish News)
Newton Emerson

UDA accepts Catholics suffered: Belfast Telegraph
William Allen

SF leading the way in uniting the country: (from the Irish News)
Jim Gibney

Action urged against PSNI officer:

Doherty seeking Ombudsman to attend public meeting in 'Derg: Ulster Herald
Mark McKelvey

We're starting to think of the PSNI as if it is any other force: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Images of RUC dead posted to Met chief: The News Letter

Patten Ulster visit blocked: The News Letter

Falling force numbers down to Patten: UTV Internet

Uproar over Enquiries Team cash imbalance: The News Letter

Cost of Saville spirals to £174m: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Hookham

Thousands expected at Irish Language Act rally:
Roisin McManus

Getting ready for civvy street: BBC (Feb 20)
Maryann Maguire

Welcome England with an open heart, says McAleese: Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham

Hogan's nephew says it's time to welcome England: Irish Examiner
Conor Kane

Symbolic step of peace at Irish stadium: Christian Science Monitor
Michael Seaver

Allowing God Save the Queen at Gaelic stadium 'is a disgrace': The Times
David Lister

Why everyone wants England to lose: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

Thursday, February 22

We don't believe Hain's threats – Paisley: Irish Independent
Dan McGinn

Hain's way: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

DUP 'ready' to share power with Sinn Fein: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

A live deadline: Irish Echo

Republicans must deliver says DUP: BBC

Sinn Fein speech on RTE days before poll: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Party sets out conditions for devolution: UTV Internet

From brawl in the hall to flare in the square: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Unionists won't waste votes: The News Letter

DUP has its eye on securing a third seat: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

DUP looks to buck trend: The News Letter

South Belfast battle could be the most fascinating of 2007: (from the Irish News)
William Graham

Split vote claims 'ludicrous': Newry Democrat

Apology to RUC widows, but Sir Hugh refuses to go: The News Letter

Met chief attacked after calling the RUC 'paramilitary': Daily Telegraph
John Steele

An insult to the RUC: The News Letter

Met chief rejects RUC slur claim: BBC

Top cops knew about Haddock seven years ago: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Questions over 'freedom' of team to probe killings: The News Letter

Wright murderer sent back to jail: BBC

Strong case for a truth commission: (from the Irish News)

Apologies are proconsul's latest cheapo wheeze: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

RSF urged to cancel rugby protest:
Carl O'Malley

Archbishop's blessing for English anthem: Irish Independent
John Cooney

Uefa drops Rangers salute probe: BBC

Wednesday, February 21

Durkan challenges British government to proceed with devolution: Belfast Telegraph

Seeking normality in an abnormal world: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

Former Noraid chief backs O'Hara: Derry Journal

Cameron courts the unionist vote: The News Letter

Tory optimism: The News Letter

PSNI chief faces renewed criticism over affair: Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham

Orde's run with lover raises £1,000 for widows: The News Letter

Chief Constable says he is determined to see out his work in the north: UTV Internet

The Clothes Make the Man: The Blanket (Feb 6)
Mick Hall

Sinn Fein's Kelly and McCartney attend policing conference: UTV Internet

UK police head in row over RUC-paramilitary link:

Collusion debate held next to international policing conference: Belfast Telegraph

Commissioner not reliable or credible says SDLP leader: UTV Internet

Collusion civil action alleges RUC negligence: The News Letter

Sinn Fein stage protest at Strand Road PSNI: Derry Journal

Shock over lack of DNA tests on terrorist weapons: The News Letter

Police Board calls for truth: UTV Internet

Victims commission would demonise security forces, claims DUP: Belfast Telegraph

Glasnost is happening and it is unstoppable: (from the Irish News)
Breidge Gadd

PSNI links to GAA 'should be notified': (from the Irish News, Feb 10)
Claire Simpson

O'Sullivan implores Irish fans to respect 'God Save The Queen': Daily Telegraph
Brendan Gallagher

Anthem row strikes a sour note: Belfast Telegraph
Bryan Gray

After 800 years, it's now time for peace with the 'Saxon foe': Irish Independent
Jason O'Brien

In the war of the inappropriate anthems, let dignity, not the mob, finally win the day: Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

Republican commotion over anthem: The News Letter

Call for equality for Protestant workers: The News Letter

Chef held in bank raid probe guilty of IRA link: Irish Independent
Diarmaid Mac Dermott

Assets Recovery Agency a 'mess' warn Britain's spending watchdogs: Irish Examiner
David Barrett

London calling as advance party of English descend on Croke Park: Irish Independent
Lorna Reid

NI to be sold in American capital: BBC

Cautious response to proposal of Church union: (from the Irish News)
William Scholes

Tuesday, February 20

Washington trip may be crucial to Assembly deal: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Deeds must follow words – Cameron: BBC

Parties ready to slug it out in state of unionism battle: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Grand Lodge calls for huge voter turnout: The News Letter

Killer's legal aid bid to stop poll: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

DUP seeks to dominate: The News Letter

Meddlesome ministers pre-empting poll results: (from the Irish News)
Tom Kelly

The protest vote:

SF to attend North policing conference:

New police shift patterns 'could force officers out': Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

A surrender monkey writes...:
Robin Livingstone

The Foreman: The Blanket (Feb 12)
Anthony McIntyre

Relationship with police improving: (from the Irish News)

Orde 'ran off' on RUC: The News Letter

A Fair Cop: (from the Sunday Tribune, Feb 18)
Suzanne Breen

Collusion victims' families to sue police:

Families sue for murder collusion: BBC

'Disappeared' sister says thanks:

Radicals have always challenged our divisions: (from the Irish News)
Roy Garland

Quarter of a million pounds provided for study: UTV Internet

Day five – The Victims: Belfast Telegraph (Feb 16)
Michael Paterson

Irish speakers target city centre with sticker campaign:
Ciarán Barnes

Ulster is most subsidised area of UK: Belfast Telegraph

No tears if Hain is left on Brown's backbench: The News Letter

GAA & IRFU consulted over symbolic gesture: RTE

British tribute at Croker rejected by GAA: Irish Independent
Jason O'Brien

Historic clash small step to shared future: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

God Save the Queen not nearly as bloodthirsty as our outdated anthem: Irish Examiner
Fergus Finlay

Republicans . . . now please rise for 'God Save the Queen': Irish Independent

PSNI and garda GAA teams to visit Áras: Irish Examiner
Senan Hogan

Monday, February 19

Unionists are urged to vote mainstream by UDA body: Sunday Life (Feb 18)
Stephen Breen

UUP cites 'the need for normal politics': (from the Irish News, Feb 17)
William Graham

Why Big Ian may not vote for his deputy this time: Sunday Life (Feb 18)
Stephen Gordon

Rumours of Retirement: The Blanket (Feb 10)
John Coulter

All this time and women up in arms was answer: (from the Irish News, Feb 17)
James Kelly

Another step on the return to civil rights appraoch: Irish Democrat
David Granville

Attack sparks new feud fears: Sunday Life (Feb 18)
Stephen Breen and Stephen McGuigan

Loyalist may be called to give evidence in 'Mo' case: (Feb 9)
Ciarán Barnes

Sinn Fein – help cops to catch sex beast: Sunday Life (Feb 18)
Stephen Breen

Burnside warns of Scots threat to union:

A 'Catholic nation' . . . where monarch must be Protestant: Irish Independent

Churches back plan to unite under Pope: The Times
Ruth Gledhill

JJ withdraws medals over British anthem at Croker: Irish Independent
Shane Hickey

'God Save the Queen' at Jones's Road a remarkable moment: Sunday Independent (Feb 18)
John A Murphy

The day England defied death threats in Dublin: Daily Telegraph
Brendan Gallagher

'I wasn't too keen on the anthems or lineouts': The Sunday Times (Feb 18)
Peter O'Reilly

Inside the plot to frame Peter Hain: The Sunday Times (Feb 18)
David Cracknell

Hain a slave to apologies: (from the Irish News, Feb 17)
Newton Emerson

Hain not sorry for his slavery apology: The News Letter (Feb 15)

Postbox for the Strand?: (Feb 12)
Evan Short

Sunday, February 18

Free Presbyterian minister backs Berry: The News Letter

Home delivery?: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

SF to overtake Labour – McDonald:

If MI5 rules, What was the 30-year war all about?: The Blanket (Feb 5)
John Kelly

Vote boosts Northern Ireland: Buffalo News (Feb 15)

Loyalists make Catholic Poles welcome: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Clash over Catholic classrooms: Down Democrat

The Insider – Perma-tanned Hain burned by The Sun: Belfast Telegraph (Feb 15)

Sammy Wilson slams Hain over apology: UTV Internet (Feb 15)

Demand for Brit apology – Brooklyn marchers want justice for Bloody Sunday shootings: Park Slope Courier (Feb 16)
Thomas Tracy

A British, rather than Northern Irish, atrocity: Belfast Telegraph (Feb 16)
Eamonn McCann

Day four – The Victims: Belfast Telegraph (Feb 15)
Chrissie Russell

Orde turns down second request to meet McKennas: (Feb 16)
Ciarán Barnes

Adams's appeal in 'Disappeared' case welcomed: (from the Irish News, Feb 15)
Marie Louise McCrory

William to serve in Northern Ireland: BBC
Rupert Hamer

Army forced to move Ulster memorials: Sunday Telegraph
Sean Rayment

INLA had nothing to do with robbery – IRSP:

Banned from Thurles, but Galway beckons: Ballymoney Times (Feb 15)

UUP goes cyber-canvassing with broadcast on YouTube: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Tight security for Irish rugby match: Sunday Telegraph
David Harrison

Croke Park – England return to scene of massacre: Independent on Sunday
David McKittrick

New chapter of history to be written at Croke Park: The Observer
Kevin Mitchell

Calm down, lads, you do realise it's only a game?: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Lib Dems sound a death knell for independence referendum: The Scotsman (Feb 15)
Hamish MacDonell

For older articles please check the archive.

Saturday, February 17

Ulster Unionists in pledge to take seats: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

UUP leader says DUP being 'naive': BBC

Gregory Campbell says Robert McCartney is aiding SF strategy: UTV Internet

Unionists set to battle in Alliance No.11 target: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Former Foyle MLA sets sights on South Antrim:
Áine McEntee

Galvin in north to support republican election candidates: UTV Internet

Dissidents sit out local contest:

No major shift expected after McCrea's move: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Regan

Voters 'want to move away from tribal politics': (from the Irish News)
William Graham

UUP wants to press on with 'normal politics': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Bruising battle on the cards: Derry Journal

Adams in Belfast talks with Orde:

Civic policing?:

New Rochelle police commissioner to speak in Northern Ireland: Westchester Journal News (Feb 16)
Bill Hughes

Stone remanded over Stormont attack:

Loyalist tout was behind rocket attack in Ardoyne:
Ciarán Barnes

Collusion: The Blanket (Feb 6)
Martin Galvin

'We feel totally vindicated' – Murder Convictions Quashed: Derry Journal
Sean McLaughlin

Name killer, McGuinness is urged: BBC

US lawyer set to interview loyalist on New Lodge Six:
Áine McEntee

An innocent man: Sunday Life (Feb 11)
Stephen Breen

Faith schooling 'could be key in building a shared future': (from the Irish News)
Simon Doyle

Integrated education a 'waste of money' – Wells: Down Democrat

Hain rules out Bloody Sunday gesture:

England's Irish history lesson: Daily Telegraph
Brendan Gallagher

Again British Catholicism gains an accent: The Times
Graham Stewart

Friday, February 16

Money may yet be a DUP deal breaker: The News Letter

'Plan B' not best option for republicans, says Doherty: Ulster Herald (Feb 8)
Adrian Mullan

Sinn Fein and SDLP to slug it out for the sixth seat: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Part of a strong team:
Roisin McManus

UUP blasts Robinson's 'split' attack: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

UUP to fight to woo back party's deserters: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

McCartney seat debacle could lead to by-election: UTV Internet

McCartney accuses DUP of 'Stalinist' poll tactics: The News Letter

McCartney accused of using 'Loony Party' political tactics: The News Letter

All eyes on Paisley:

Election is about building a better future: Belfast Telegraph

SF past may come back and haunt the future: The News Letter

Sinn Fein to meet NI police chief: BBC

SF say collusion will top meeting's agenda: UTV Internet

Foster hits out in policing row: The News Letter

Policing no longer a tool of the British state: (from the Irish News)
Jim Gibney

Remember the B Specials?: The Blanket
John Coulter

Come clean on bullets Mr Hain:
Damian McCarney

Obama urges DUP to commit to power-sharing: RTE

Obama issues NI policy statement:

It's O'Bama: Irish Echo

April court date for bank raid accused?: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh Wallace

Understanding the real revolution:
Des Wilson

18 years on and Finucane family renew call for truth:
Roisin McManus

Sir Hugh denies refusing to meet family: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Calls for new inquiry after UVF man's claim: (from the Irish News)
Claire Simpson

Former hunger striker cleared of 1977 murders: Belfast Telegraph

Day three – The Victims: Belfast Telegraph (Feb 14)
Chrissie Russell

No plans to mark Croke's Bloody Sunday: UTV Internet

'True Gaels' can learn from rugby supporters: (from the Irish News)
Seamus Maloney

Hain Asks for Economic Support: Irish Voice/
Debbie McGoldrick

Cowen aid comes with stipulations: The News Letter

Dead-hands at the controls: Ulster Herald

Thursday, February 15

DUP demands strong Stormont: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Unionist 'could hold' multiple seats:

SDLP's uphill battle to regain its lost ground: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

We and SF are like oil and water – O Bradaigh: (from the Irish News)
Allison Morris

Many seats raise many eyebrows: BBC
Mark Devenport

Unionism will pay dearly if Blair is humiliated: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

DUP praises Sinn Fein aid to police in murder probe: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Out of Orde-r, or not?: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Britain urges US to roll out the red carpet for Adams: The Times
Tom Baldwin

Obama's Irish pitch: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Mc Cain and Northern Ireland: The Blanket (Feb 8)
Sean Mc Manus

Day two – The Victims: Belfast Telegraph (Feb 13)
Mark Kelly

Politicians have let down victims: Belfast Telegraph
David Clements

Forgiveness is an inspiration: (from the Irish News)

TD backs hunger striker's fight to clear name: Irish Examiner
Caroline O'Doherty

Haughey warns Taoiseach: Newry Democrat

Worry over delay in bomb report:

Funding shame: (Feb 9)

North/South drive can 'maximise potential': Irish Independent

Catholics set to pass Anglicans as leading UK church: The Times
Ruth Gledhill

Blair's staunch defence of Union: The Herald
Catherine MacLeod

End of the union will mean tears at teatime: The Independent (Jan 22)
Charles Nevin


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