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Sunday, February 28

'I did too much in my day': The News Letter
Sam McBride

Paisley's Executive 'failed to deliver': The News Letter

The stark choices facing Peter Robinson on the peace process: (from the Government Gazette)
John Coulter

A platform to give voters a real say (Feb 25): Belfast Telegraph

Fermanagh unity talks despite Baxter withdrawal: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Unionist unity call: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Remarks that give Cameron headache (Feb 27): Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

We're ready for the fight for Foyle (Feb 26): Derry Journal
Pat Ramsey

No words were harmed in the writing of this article (Feb 11): Belfast Media

Explosive device fired at police in Armagh: RTE

IRA rebels plan blast to hit polls: Sunday People
Russell Myers

Vigilantes 'no place' in society – top cop: Derry Journal

Sectarian accusations stifling debate: BBC
Jim Fitzpatrick

College principal disgusted with Republican graffiti: Coleraine Times

Bigots target Fountain with hateful slogans: Londonderry Sentinel

Row over Irish presentations (Feb 11): Lurgan Mail

Decide on name post-election – UUP: Londonderry Sentinel

'Stress from Omagh case killed detective': Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Justice has died as brutal a death as the Omagh 29: The Sunday Times
Justine McCarthy

A miserable week for the families of Omagh victims: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Northern Ireland supergrass terrorist trials (Feb 26): BBC

The search for truth and justice continues (Feb 1): Derry Journal

RUC's biggest loss of life remembered: The News Letter

25 years of pain and emotion: Derry Journal
Bernie Mullen

A poignant moment as Ballymurphy remembers the 1971 Massacre victims: Belfast Media
Ciara Quinn

Death of 'informer' (Feb 23): Derry Journal

ORM in peace talks: Newry Democrat

We should honour those who work in the hurt locker: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Northern Ireland selection dispute has its roots in Partition: Belfast Telegraph
Stuart McKinley

I didn't manage to get Eusebio's shirt, but I did persuade him to strip to his underpants to let me have his shorts: Daily Mail
Michael Walker

An end to Eta terror:
Gerry Adams

Sinn Féin councillor petitions Dublin on Hamas martyr: Londonderry Sentinel

Who's in the Foto? (Feb 23):
Riazat Butt

Scottish independence project persists: Financial Times
Andrew Bolger

Will Scotland ever get to vote on independence?: The Sunday Times
Jason Allardyce

Saturday, February 27

'I was totally sincere about Sinn Fein deal': The News Letter
Sam McBride

Gerry, Jesus and the art of forgiveness: Irish Independent
John Boland

Dissidents must hear true voices of the past: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

NI political initiative seeks to engage citizens (Feb 26): The Irish Times

Spirit of compromise: Ulster Herald

UUP candidate in row over gay slur: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

TUV select Strangford candidate: UTV Internet

Ritchie plans to contest McGrady seat: BBC

Ritchie – I'm ready to defend SDLP seat: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Children as young as ten rioting: Belfast Media

Priest says family of Derry victim 'in anguish': The Irish Times
George Jackson & Gerry Moriarty

Family of Derry victim hit out at MI5: UTV Internet

Cowardly, mindless murder: Derry Journal

Bomb response anger: Newry Democrat
Joanne Ross

RAAD claim Creggan shooting: Derry Journal

Vigil held after Newry bomb: UTV Internet

The threat level rises from dissident republican groups: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

UVF killer supergrass converts to Catholicism: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Donnelly

Skelton to 'tell all' on Omagh bomb atrocity: Ulster Herald

Devlins 'not informed of prosecution review rights': BBC

Devlin family seek meeting with Attorney General: Belfast Telegraph

Armstrong a 'wonderful' clergyman (Feb 23): Derry Journal

Tributes to judge who sought truth for victims of Troubles: Irish Examiner
Sarah Stack

Republic switch footballer Duffy now at centre of diplomatic row: Belfast Telegraph

Duffy decision spurs IFA into action: The Irish Times
Padraig Coyle

Duffy would have stayed if he had played against Italy: Belfast Telegraph
Stuart McKinley

Why fair play must be the first allegiance in football: Belfast Telegraph
Gary McAllister

'Petty politics' stifling Derry's huge potential (Jan 12): Derry Journal

Now is ideal time to be independent, says deputy first minister Nicola Sturgeon: The Scotsman
Katrine Bussey

Revealed – what SNP wants to ask Scots voters – if it ever gets the chance (Feb 26): The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

Friday, February 26

Executive could do better, says Paisley: The News Letter

Ford ready to take role as Justice Minister but SDLP cry foul over his accession: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Devolution must be completed: The News Letter

UUP-Tories agree on election candidates: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Lady Hermon 'weighing up options': UTV Internet

UUP right not to rush Lady Sylvia: BBC

Lady Sylvia under pressure not to run as independent: Belfast Telegraph

DUP select Ian McCrea to stand in Mid Ulster: BBC

Why politics is a hard old game for amateurs: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

McGrady will not contest South Down: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Margaret Ritchie to replace Eddie McGrady in South Down?: Belfast Telegraph

Eddie McGrady retires: BBC
Mark Devenport

Why Gerry's not a messiah in spite of his preaching: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Éirigí pair targeted by cops – again: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

TUV member – I'm sorry for linking PSNI with Gestapo: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

It didn't work for RUC, neither will it work now: Belfast Media

Real IRA responsible for Ciaran Doherty execution: The Times
David Sharrock

Real IRA man 'executed' for informing about drugs: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

MI5 'made approach to Real IRA assassination victim': Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Leaders to 'stand up' to killers of Derry man: The Irish Times
George Jackson & Dan Keenan

Dead man claimed MI5 harassment: Derry Journal

'Relentless' efforts to recruit republican (Jan 25): Derry Journal

Riddle as to why MI5 were interested in Kieran Doherty: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Community condemns 'vile' murder: BBC

No hiding place for callous killers: Belfast Telegraph

Attack 'threatens livelihoods of city community' (Feb 24): The News Letter

Newry traders say 'business as usual' after bomb: BBC

Security alert in north Belfast: UTV Internet

Salutary lessons of Murphy case: The Irish Times

Devlin family's long, hard fight for justice against the service that was supposed to help: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Armstrong in secret Limavady meeting (Feb 23): Derry Journal

Reticence about questioning the North's past 'must be challenged': The Irish Times
Mary Fitzgerald

Bill of Rights deadline is extended (Feb 25): Belfast Telegraph

No devolving human rights:
Austen Morgan

Muslims blame bomb on 'fanatical Roman Catholic terrorists': Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Ireland Fund charity chief paid $800,000 last year: The Irish Times
Carl O'Brien

Co Galway man seeks bilingual jury: RTE

Shane Duffy follows his dream: Donegal Democrat
Alan Foley

'No independence referendum in Alex Salmond's first term': Daily Telegraph
Simon Johnson

If the polls are right, for Alex Salmond the party is over:
Martin Kettle

Thursday, February 25

'Green light' for nomination of Ford to justice portfolio: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Brethren urged to 'reject deal': The News Letter

Devolution key to community policing, says PSNI chief: Belfast Telegraph

Ritchie sets out green vision for UUP: The News Letter

Push on for 'positive politics' at Stormont: Belfast Telegraph

A change is going to come and politics must get real: Belfast Telegraph
Robin Wilson

Paisley to meet Adams in private to discuss faith: The News Letter

Rugby player and TV star aim to end Robinson dynasty in Northern Ireland:
Henry McDonald

Two Ulster Unionists apply for North Down MP role: BBC

Time 50/50 was put on scrapheap (Jan 22): The News Letter

Former Enniskillen detective dismisses unionist unity role: Fermanagh Herald
Aileen Murphy

Three alerts – and McCrea fears there are more to come: The News Letter

Newry retailers pay the price of courthouse car bomb: Belfast Telegraph
Emily Moulton and Adrian Rutherford

Church group were 'just 10 minutes from disaster': The News Letter

Cowardly bombing an attack on us all: Belfast Telegraph

Coalisland family receive dissident threat: UTV Internet

Trio charged with IRA membership: BBC

Dissident deaths 'only a matter of time' says former officer: Fermanagh Herald

Intelligence failings hand initiative to the dissidents: Belfast Telegraph

Man shot near Londonderry 'stripped and bound': BBC

Politicians condemn gun murder: Belfast Telegraph

29-year-old man shot in both legs (Feb 24): BBC

Murphy acquitted of conspiracy in Omagh bombing retrial: The Irish Times
Carol Coulter

Omagh families give up hope of any convictions after acquittal: Irish Independent
Breda Heffernan and Sarah Stack

Ruling over Garda notes to be reviewed: The Irish Times
Conor Lally

No escaping issue of fabricated notes: The Irish Times
Carol Coulter

The challenge of closure: Irish Independent

Belfast pair given life for the murder of Thomas Devlin: BBC

Devlin mother slams 'abysmal' PPS: BBC

Families awaiting Saville report fear debacle: RTE

Cooking the Bloody Sunday report:
Eamonn McCann

Brooklyn Irish remember Bloody Sunday: The Irish Emigrant
Linda Busetti

Looking to the past holds the key to a united future: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Donnelly

Courts 'can't ignore' Irish language (Feb 23): UTV Internet

Sinn Féin to debate ruling out alliance with FF and FG: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Profits tax change may be the only hope for Northern economy: Irish Independent
Brendan Keenan

Father's delight at Shane Duffy's u-turn (Feb 23): Donegal Democrat

We do not have a settled identity for our anthem: Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

Judges uphold extradition denial: UTV Internet

High Court backs Basque extradition dismissal: BBC

Wednesday, February 24

DUP and Sinn Fein announce another deal: The News Letter

Breakthrough on Northern Ireland community relations and parading: Belfast Telegraph

Order briefs Robinson on parading concerns: The News Letter

'The Orange state is gone forever' – McGuinness: Derry Journal

This is no time for the Orange Order to look a gift horse in the mouth: (from the News Letter)
Liam Clarke

Sinn Féin deplores devolution 'target': Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Leaders insist that car bomb will not derail devolution: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty, Deaglán de Bréadún & Tia Clarke

Newry residents describe bomb shock: UTV Internet

Newry Bomb – Images from the scene of the blast: The News Letter

'Sheer miracle' that Newry court bomb did not kill: BBC

Police accused of complacency after Newry bomb: The Times
David Sharrock

Station's cameras not switched on – Frazer: The News Letter
Michael McGlade

Newry bomb – PSNI 'ready and able' to deal with terrorist threat: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Alerts end after controlled explosions: UTV Internet

Newry Bomb – Politicians respond: The News Letter
Michael McGlade

Bomb warnings are deadly game of cat-and-mouse: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Insurgency Rises in Northern Ireland: Wall Street Journal
Guy Chazan

A new phase of violence in Northern Ireland?: The Hindu
Hasan Suroor

A bomb that was just a blast from the past: The Independent
David McKittrick

Newry bombers want to prove they can mount sustained campaign:
Owen Bowcott

Hellbent on violence – but it won't work: The Scotsman
Peter Geoghegan

Patriot Games: The Times

Dissidents suspected in cigarette haul: Irish Examiner
Elaine Keogh

Court for dissident suspects:

Republicanism, not magical thinking:
Jason Walsh

UUP loses its only MP as Hermon goes solo: Belfast Telegraph

Labour chiefs court disenchanted Hermon: The News Letter

Two Ulster Unionists apply for North Down MP role: BBC

Dublin council paid Iris's ex-advisor for consultancy: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Murphy

Council spat over Iris by-election: The News Letter

What price did Peter pay to keep his party onside?: Belfast Telegraph
Lord Maginnis

DUP outburst will not stop scrutiny: Belfast Telegraph

Devlin evidence 'under microscope': UTV Internet

Bloody Sunday verdict 'ready after 12 years and £200m': Daily Mail
Steve Doughty

Bloody Sunday families call for Saville report date: BBC

Publish 'Sunday' report independently: Derry Journal

UDA leader to face SF man: The News Letter

North ready to rise out of recession, says Obama envoy: Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

Duffy will not be last to say no to Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Graham Luney

From Newry to Helmand, the lessons are the same:
Simon Jenkins

Tuesday, February 23

Parades report on way to First Minister: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Anger over decision to keep silent on parades proposals: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Dodds demands McGuinness apology: UTV Internet

Time to adopt new holy show: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Order right to give talks space: Belfast Telegraph

UUP MP Lady Sylvia Hermon rejects UCUNF candidacy: BBC

Britain 'on track for hung Parliament': Belfast Telegraph

Council by-election to fill Iris' seat: UTV Internet

Iris Robinson remains on 24hr suicide watch: The News Letter
Michael McGlade

First Minister Peter Robinson didn't declare a link to daughter's £212,000 property: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

DUP calls for scrapping of 50:50 PSNI recruitment: BBC

You won't find the moral high ground there, Gerry: Belfast Telegraph
Owen Polley

Irish unity is inevitable:
Seumas Milne

MP pushes the case for equality:
John Millington

Car bomb explodes outside courthouse in Northern Ireland: The Independent
David McKittrick

Republican terrorists blamed for detonating car bomb near border: The Times
David Sharrock

People drove past Keady bomb: UTV Internet

Keady road closed in police probe: BBC

Dissidents warned by Garda chief on PSNI attacks: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Five men arrested in dissident operation: BBC

Derry man detained in Buncrana: Derry Journal

Injured police officer 'getting better each day': The News Letter
Michael McGlade

Plumber is bailed over 'bomb parts' find on M1: Belfast Telegraph

Crown case in the Thomas Devlin trial 'smoke and mirrors': Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

NI Court of Appeal urged to overturn 270-year-old ban on Irish: The Irish Times

New Sinn Fein office opens after O'Dea 'donation': Irish Independent
Aine de Paor

The real meaning of living in a proper republic: The Irish Times
Elaine Byrne

As for writing on rugby, you don't have to be a carpenter to see that the chair keeps falling over: Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

No-jury trial was set up to avoid intimidation of jurors (Feb 19): The Times
Frances Gibb

Shane Duffy switches allegiance from Northern Ireland to Republic:

Anglo-Catholics on the brink, again (Feb 8):
Andrew Brown

Gordon Brown wants to move the goal posts (Feb 16): Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Basque separatist de Juana Chaos refused taxi licence (Feb 16): BBC

Monday, February 22

Orange Order not happy with parades proposals: Belfast Telegraph

Where does joint co-operation end and joint authority begin?: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Files are seized in Iris council search: The News Letter
Michael McGlade

DUP says Robinson stories 'pure fantasy': RTE

DUP genuinely seeking unionist unity – Dodds: The News Letter

Nesbitt's 'first' political spat with DUP: The News Letter
Michael McGlade

Gerry Adams 'should be arrested over the murder of Jean McConville': The Times
David Sharrock

The Bible – A History and Pineapple Dance Studios: The Guardian
John Crace

For Goodness sake, Gerry, it's not just all about you (Feb 21): Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

SDLP – 50/50 recruiting of PSNI must continue: Belfast Telegraph

Special forces intimidating republicans in Northern Ireland, say dissidents:
Henry McDonald

Residents' fury over bomb alert: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Family of murdered soldier thank Order: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

UDA splinter group will 'fight to fill void' (Feb 16): Belfast Media
Alana Fearon

Antrim mum says INLA decommissing is '13 years too late': Antrim Times

Politicians must have honest conversation on Northern Ireland's violent past – Dawn Purvis: Belfast Telegraph

Challenge over court ban on Irish: BBC

Call for Irish in Britain to exert more political power: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Councils hit back at 'absurd' Edwin Poots claims (Feb 20): Belfast Telegraph

Full marks for Margaret (Feb 16): Belfast Media

Conservatives could allow North to set its own corporation tax (Feb 21): Sunday Business Post
Pat Leahy

It's high time we silenced Ireland's Bawl once and for all (Feb 21): Sunday Independent
Tim Pat Coogan

Smuggling linchpin convicted but no one in Ireland charged: The Irish Times
Paul Cullen

How murder became an accepted tool of foreign policy: Daily Telegraph
Alasdair Palmer

Candidate files perjury complaint with gardai (Feb 19): Irish Independent
Fiach Kelly

Mr O'Dea's resignation (Feb 19): The Irish Times

Inevitable resignation – Expediency trumps conscience (Feb 19): Irish Examiner

'National Front' attack on home: Londonderry Sentinel

Nationalist group opposed to immigration may set up party (Feb 21): Sunday Tribune
John Downes

English question would haunt David Cameron's government (Feb 1): Daily Telegraph
Michael Kenny and Guy Lodge

Sunday, February 21

Irish unity 'must be on political agenda': UTV Internet

Orange Order 'concern' for parade plans: RTE

UDA is marching along a new route (Feb 18): Belfast Telegraph

'Peace' cash row erupts: Ballymoney Times

Real deal for now – but DUP foes bide their time: Tribune Magazine
John Coulter

Gerry Adams paid £10,000 to present documentary on forgiveness: Sunday Telegraph
Jonathan Wynne-Jones

DUP threat after 'Robinson Scandal': Ballymoney Times

Irish classes for staff are 'a waste of money' (Feb 19): The News Letter

INLA agrees to decommission (Feb 19): The Guilfordian
Becca Heller

Security checks continue in Keady: BBC

Durkan 'appalled' (Feb 19): Derry Journal

Officer injured in car bomb out of intensive care: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Threatened ex-soldiers need our support: The News Letter

'My life stopped at forty' (Feb 19): The News Letter

Police probe 'paramilitary style' attack: UTV Internet

Prison plans panned: Londonderry Sentinel
Patricia Devlin

Willie O'Dea pays €100,000 for slander: The Sunday Times
Justine McCarthy and Sarah McInerney

Garda disbelief at 'wrong information' claim (Feb 20): Irish Examiner
Jimmy Woulfe

Sinn Fein supplied the bullets for political hit: Sunday Independent
Jody Corcoran

How a slur led to court case and became a political controversy (Feb 19): The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Amnesia on provos helped do for O'Dea: Sunday Independent

Schools must reflect society's secular nature (Feb 20): The Irish Times
Garret Fitzgerald

The untold story of a community that got mad Colin Murphy on a new documentary that revisits the 1980s drug war (Feb 20): Irish Independent

Dermot Nally – Secretary to the Irish government (Feb 19): The Times

Tories consider letting Northern Ireland slash corporation tax (Feb 18): Irish Independent
Brendan Keenan

Cross-Border shopping link to emigration – economist (Feb 4): The Irish Times
Paul Cullen

Heard the one about stupidity? (Feb 15): Irish Independent

Famine Song is 'satire', says Rangers fan chief: The Sunday Times
Marc Horne

SDL rally threat fizzles out: Scotland on Sunday
Martyn McLaughlin

'Rebellious Scots' will remain crushed in God Save the Queen (Feb 14): The Sunday Times
Marc Horne

Saturday, February 20

DUP distributes deal leaflet: UTV Internet

Fresh threat to parades progress: The News Letter

Orange Order to outline parade plans: RTE

Bands forum leads the way with template for parading: The News Letter

Orange Order to communicate directly with Sinn Fein: Belfast Telegraph

Change requires real leadership – McCartney: Derry Journal
Raymond McCartney

Westminster still has a critical role in our future: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Durkan

Criticism over Nesbitt selection move: BBC

'No dispensation' over Tory link: BBC

Sylvia Hermon's support for Cameron is sought: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

TUV select candidate to stand in Lagan Valley: BBC

'Definitely' a by-election for Iris council seat: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Former SDLP councillor to join Alliance: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Sinn Fein and TUC seek to put Irish unity on the agenda:
Keith Richmond

Irish unity goes well beyond borders:
Mary Hickman

Women's role in a united Ireland:
Margaret Ward

Adams' controversial Jesus film set to air: The News Letter

Gerry Adams – the one we think we know: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Mortar 'designed to kill or maim': The News Letter

32CSM reject calls to drop PSNI CAMPAIGN: Derry Journal

Torrens Knight appeals jail return: BBC

'UVF elements' target family: UTV Internet

Why we are still cursed by the shadow of the gunman: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

Witnesses 'were told to discredit detectives': Belfast Telegraph

'I still have not grieved': The News Letter

Commission to investigate Joe Lynskey death: BBC

Government briefing for 'Sunday' families: Derry Journal
Ian Cullen

NIO must explain hunger strike deal secrecy: Londonderry Sentinel

A fine line between playing blame game and buck passing: BBC
Jim Fitzpatrick

PMS savers more interested in finding solution: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Poots – Councils jeopardising reform (Feb 18): Belfast Telegraph

Pope must address unholy mess of the Catholic Church: The News Letter
Ian Paisley

Could Bishop Pat be the church's future?: (from the Sunday Times)
Liam Clarke

Huffington Post columnist responds to IrishCentral over anti-Irish jokes: Irish Voice/
Rory Fitzgerald

Our differing approaches to terror: The Independent
Geoffrey Wheatcroft

Friday, February 19

McGuinness and Robinson relations thaw as 'better atmosphere' prevails: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Unionist outcry over Irish lessons: The News Letter

Irish lessons for Northern Ireland civil servants defended: Belfast Telegraph

We've built sectarianism into the system. Now it's time to move on: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

'Order should not march Garvaghy': The News Letter

UDA man's comments unhelpful – Orange Order: Belfast Telegraph

Peter Robinson's anger at watchdog's call for advice to be divulged: Belfast Telegraph

DUP disclose part of Peter Robinson legal advice: BBC

Challenge to Tories over UUP councillor accused of homophobia:
Henry McDonald

Mike Nesbitt can win back seat for UUP, says man who lost to Iris: Belfast Telegraph

Hermon decision due next week: The News Letter
Sam McBride

No Gimmicks, just an honest desire to make a difference: Belfast Telegraph
Mike Nesbitt

Martin McGuiness interview in full:
James McIntyre

Sinn Féin's McGuinness defends record on sexual abuse claims: Donegal Democrat

Time to debate a united Ireland:
Martin McGuinness

Roadblocks to unity:
Paul Bew

Alan McBride – TV encounter with Gerry Adams wasn't easy: Belfast Telegraph

How in God's name could Channel 4 ask this blood-soaked murderer to make a programme about Jesus?: Daily Mail
Stephen Glover

Dissident republican 'mauled' by prison dog: Impartial Reporter

Westminster will retain control of MI5 when justice is devolved to Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph

Death threats to former soldiers: The News Letter

Angry reaction to dissident 'threat': Londonderry Sentinel
Eamon Sweeney

Kevin McDaid murder accused 'could lose home': BBC

Defendant 'never laid a hand' on Thomas – QC: Belfast Telegraph

Sectarian attack in Creggan: Derry Journal

Victims' families still waiting for justice: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Adams calls for Ballymurphy inquiry: UTV Internet

Police in Northern Ireland seek performance feedback: BBC

PMS 'hardship fund' considered: UTV Internet

Robinson hits at MPs over run on mutual: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Brothel remark Irish defence minister O'Dea resigns: BBC

Quinlivan will meet ex-minister on hustings: Irish Independent
Barry Duggan

MILF – Yes to peace deal now if it's binding on next admin: Philippine Daily Inquirer
Ryan Rosauro, TJ Burgonio

Is NI really proof that Israel should talk to terrorists?: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Huffington Post column agrees with printing anti-Irish jokes: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Thursday, February 18

Sinn Féin can work with Tories, says Martin McGuinness:
Henry McDonald

UUP threat to Hillsborough accord: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Hillsborough deal 'a distortion of democracy' – Ritchie: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Agreement radio adverts may be pulled from airwaves: BBC

Northern Ireland Political Parties Reach Key Accord: Voice of America
Andre de Nesnera

Sinn Fein jumped through DUP's hoops and fell short (Feb 16): Belfast Telegraph
Chris Donnelly

'A step forward for Northern Ireland': Leitrim Observer
Micheál Martin

Northern Ireland does a deal—on new deadlines (Feb 17): Edinburgh Journal
Alan Trench

Some parties do protest too much in this parade charade: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Attwood

Perplexing parades: Irish Echo

Double-jobbing 'should end by 2011': Belfast Telegraph

Standards watchdog's legal remarks 'unwise' – Robinson: BBC

Former UTV news presenter to stand as UUP candidate: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Allister to contest key unionist seat: The News Letter

Political unionism in angry disarray: The Irish Times
Fionnuala O'Connor

Irish lessons for DRD civil servants: BBC

Rap on the knuckles from Sammy (Feb 16): Derry Journal
Eamonn McCann

Colombia Three should return to face justice – envoy: The Irish Times
Mary Fitzgerald

Bill of Rights proposals for North 'inadequate': The Irish Times
Tia Clarke

War of words over plan for Irish school: The News Letter

Chapel Hoax Is Condemned: Ballymena Times

Withdraw the threat (Feb 16): Derry Journal

Real IRA boss loses bid to view FBI files: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

Lawyers criticise delay in Tommy English case: UTV Internet

INLA killer had access to drugs before jail suicide: Belfast Telegraph

Pair freed over murder of Constable Stephen Carroll: BBC

Police widow 'deeply touched' by Sir Alex Ferguson's letter of sympathy: Belfast Telegraph

UDR soldier in vow to keep up justice quest: Newry Democrat

Napalm-like casualties from La Mon bomb: The Irish Times
Joe Joyce

Ministers criticised over Northern Irish mutual society's failure:
Phillip Inman

Finance Ministers to set up committee on NI Nama loans: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

O'Dea blames gardaí for his mistake: Irish Examiner
Paul O'Brien

Lowest standard once again wins the day: The Irish Times
Vincent P. Martin

Paramilitary 'protection racket' could be behind attacks: Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keeffe

Wednesday, February 17

Hillsborough Agreement is a phony deal, says SDLP's new leader: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Executive working group meeting: BBC

Broadcasting watchdog to probe ad campaign on Hillsborough deal: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Hillsborough deal campaign criticised: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Stop soft-shoeing and demand a full reshuffle: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

We need more good authority from Paisley: The News Letter
Liam Clarke

Our politicians play party games while we despair (Feb 15): Belfast Telegraph
Laurence White

Stormont's troubled 'first couple' try again: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Our leaders should learn from Mandela's brave leap of faith: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Order to discuss SF dialogue: The News Letter

Concerns over parade return: Belfast Media
Scott Jamison

How DUP let Sinn Fein get back into its stride: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Dialogue on parades is not a threat to anyone: Belfast Media

Is it dangerous to repeat words?: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Rights plan 'not a genuine effort': Belfast Telegraph

'Doubt' remains over Peter Robinson legal probe – Kelly: BBC

Campbell is set to stand again: The News Letter

Television presenter Mike Nesbitt interviewed by UUP: BBC

DUP fury over housing pledge for Girdwood: Belfast Media

Peace talks plea to dissidents: Derry Journal

Two more arrested over Constable Carroll's murder: The News Letter

Durkan 'appalled': Derry Journal

Mad Dog told not to return to North: Belfast Media

'Use CCTV to catch loyalist attackers' – PSNI told: Derry Journal

Legal submissions in Omagh case: The Irish Times

Keep M15 away from Saville: Derry Journal
Eamonn McCann

Devlin accused acted as 'team': UTV Internet

FG targets O'Dea over error in court oath: Irish Independent
Fionnán Sheahan

Cowen defends O'Dea as Fine Gael's Flanagan ordered from chamber: The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

Call for 'Journey to Peace' tourist trail: Derry Journal

Ex-ambassador – 'UK has lost moral authority': The Scotsman
Angus Howarth

Australia's traditional Anglicans vote to convert to Catholicism: Daily Telegraph
Bonnie Malkin & Martin Beckford

The cloak and dagger Catholics:
Andrew Brown

Thousands sign online petition against Pope's visit to Britain (Feb 3): The Times
Ruth Geldhill

Tuesday, February 16

Northern Ireland leaders want views on castle deal: BBC

Top Orange Order officials in crunch talks: Belfast Telegraph

Finance Minister Sammy Wilson defends Stormont record: BBC

£20m deal to protect Irish language: UTV Internet

Hillsborough agreement 'a good deal for unionists' says Poots: Ulster Star

'DUP have betrayed people of Ulster' says Calvert: Ulster Star

'Side deals' row reignited by £20m for Irish language: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Irish peace is lesson for world – and you can shake on it: Yorkshire Post
Jim McAuley

Maggie will lead SDLP to oblivion: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

An opportunity for SDLP renewal (Feb 8): Belfast Telegraph

Warning over Bill of Rights plan: Belfast Telegraph

DUP East Londonderry selection: BBC

Dissidents out of touch with reality: Belfast Telegraph

Derry taxi attack 'sectarian': UTV Internet

Two accused decide not to give evidence in Thomas Devlin case: Belfast Telegraph

NIO told – explain secrecy over 'deal on hunger strike': Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Brown must end agony for PMS savers: The News Letter

Pressure building for O'Dea to give fuller explanation: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Pope Meets Irish Bishops to Discuss Clergy Abuse: New York Times
Elisabetta Povoledo

Ireland expects more than platitudes from the Pope over Church abuse: The Times
David Sharrock

Church must reform or perish (Feb 15): Irish Independent

Nine out of 10 primary schools are under Catholic patronage (Jan 30): The Irish Times
Seán Flynn

Catholic 'control' of schools exaggerated (Jan 28): The Irish Times
Leo O'Reilly

Prime Minister should leave the goalposts where they are (Feb 9): Belfast Telegraph
Owen Polley

Monday, February 15

Senior DUP figures back Peter Robinson to remain in top posts: Belfast Telegraph

Adams reveals £20m for Irish language: Belfast Media

Why Executive has a lot to learn about leadership: Belfast Telegraph
Reg Empey

Is romantic Ireland dead and gone? (Feb 14): Harrisburg Patriot-News
Ray Thornton

Politics is the answer, but what is the question? (Feb 12): BBC
Jim Fitzpatrick

Ritchie 'on solo run' over future of ex-Army site (Feb 12): The News Letter

Derry security alert van 'not a hoax', police say: BBC

Derry courthouse bomb alert ends: UTV Internet

Harryville hoax alert investigated: The News Letter

Mixed reaction to police stop and search figures: Antrim Times

I know why Judas betrayed Jesus, says Gerry Adams in Channel 4 documentary: The Times
David Sharrock

Gerry Adams to meet Shankill bomb widower: Belfast Telegraph
Clare Weir

IRA victim's father hits out at C4 for using Sinn Fein leader to tell Christ's story: The First Post
Sophie Taylor

It's interesting to watch a sinner sum up the sermon: Daily Telegraph
Melanie McDonagh

Sinn Féin leader going 'primetime' with Ard Fheis speech: Irish Examiner
Paul O'Brien

Ferris elected SF's Munster chairwoman: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Cowen to back O'Dea over evidence error: Irish Independent
Fionnán Sheahan

Blair lifted Catholic ban for 'Our Man In The Vatican': BBC
Martin O'Brien

Fury over 'Irish-bashing jokes': Irish Independent
Jason O'Brien

Church may split over women bishops and gay priests, warns Rowan Williams (Feb 10): The Times
Ruth Gledhill

Wave goodbye to this religious pontification: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

MLA slams racist NI Facebook gathering (Feb 10): Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Fears of violence as far-right group admits it can't control followers (Feb 14): Sunday Herald
Jasper Hamill

Hatred on our streets (Feb 14): Scotland on Sunday
Billy Briggs

An Irishman's Diary (Jan 14): The Irish Times
Frank McNally


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