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Wednesday, February 29

14 years after deal NI 'still very divided' new report suggests: BBC

Ulster 'risks lurching back to the past': The News Letter

Report proves just how far we've come: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

We need to embrace mercy: The News Letter
Ian Bothwell

Former IRA men 'seeking forgiveness for their past': The News Letter

ACLU backs the secrecy of interviews at Boston College: Boston Globe
Milton Valencia

Service to remember all victims of Troubles: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Peter Robinson airs proposal for Troubles archive at Maze: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Evidence on State help to RUC inquiry delayed: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Smithwick – Garda lacked co-operation after Narrow Water: BBC
Jennifer O'Leary

Was Narrow Water probe doomed from the start?: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

Secretary of State – "paramilitaries targeted Newry bank": Newry Times
Declan McAteer

Stormont justice deal to continue beyond deadline: BBC

Evidence in PSNI officer murder trial to stand: RTE

Man, 18, shot in leg in north Belfast: UTV

Jostling begins for moment in Westminster's spotlight: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Moseley

Ó Snodaigh defends use of toner kits: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Free loader: Evening Herald
Niall O'Connor

Sinn Fein make heavy use of State sponsored toners: Irish Independent
Michael Brennan

RTE's bias to Sinn Fein and The Times (Feb 27): Evening Herald

Alex's golf decision is putting Executive on the right course (Feb 28): Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Move threatens 'to kill off Irish language organisations' (Feb 28): Irish Examiner
Niall Murray

Cardinal George should reconsider, meet Irish prime minister: Chicago Sun Times
Colum Kenny

A Yes vote will give Coalition a renewed mandate ... a No vote means a General Election: Irish Independent
Johnny Fallon

Why Ireland should say FU to the FU Treaty: Daily Telegraph
Daniel Hannan

EU referendum called – We reach a decisive moment: Irish Examiner
Editorial

A crucial referendum: The Irish Times
Editorial

Old Firm ticket row – Celtic fans will not be shut out of Ibrox, say Rangers' administrators: Scottish Daily Record
Colin Duncan

Neil Lennon 'parcel bomb' trial shown photographs of package: BBC

Scottish politicians launch 'devo plus' alternative to independence: Guardian.co.uk
Severin Carrell

Scottish independence – Taking it to the max: BBC
Brian Taylor

How can a fractured pro-Union campaign keep the UK together?: The Scotsman
Eddie Barnes

Tuesday, February 28

Queen's Irish visit 'affected me tremendously' says Sinn Fein MLA: BBC

Dissident threat still high, says Owen Paterson: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Moseley

Many attacks foiled says Owen Paterson: BBC

Opening of Belfast barrier at interface lifts hopes that more will follow: Belfast Telegraph
Anna Maguire

Priest's take on border 'alien to parishioners': Belfast Media
Paul Ainsworth

Call for nationalists and unionists to work together to mark centenaries: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Still no consensus on dealing with past: The News Letter

Paterson holds talks on the past: UTV

Maze site could be Troubles 'storytelling archive': BBC

Dad accepts apology for child's bomb death: Derry Journal

State may play big role in Boston Tapes conclusion: Belfast Telegraph
Jim Dee

Boston College academics kept book royalties on IRA oral history project: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

Defence want 'witness M' evidence thrown out: RTE

'Secret supergrass' to testify over drugs: UTV

Trial and error – How supergrass flaws can be fixed: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Simpson

Agency in bid to seize RUC man killer's assets: Belfast Telegraph

Graffiti drug warning appears in Sandy Row: Belfast Media
Scott Jamison

Culture chief calls for no division over UK tag: Derry Journal
Ian Cullen

Northern Irish leaders unite in praise of Oscar-winner: The Independent
David McKittrick

Ian Paisley returns home after illness: UTV

Why the President's a big fan of rapper who protested against the queen's visit: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

Chicago cardinal said to snub Irish Prime Minister's visit over Vatican Embassy closure (Feb 25): Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
James O'Shea

Gilmore hosts peace talks over Moldovan region: Irish Examiner
Mary Regan

FF Ardfheis seen as most crucial since foundation: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Party looking to break from its past: Irish Examiner
Paul O'Brien

Lennon mail 'bomb' was packed with nails, putty, digital clock and wires: Scottish Sun
Grant McCabe

Rangers & Celtic in £300k bust-up over Ibrox derby ticket agreement: Scottish Daily Record
James Traynor and Keith Jackson

Celtic have to invade England: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Claims of rising backlash against Scottish devolution 'exaggerated': Financial Times
Andrew Bolger

Quarter of English behind Scotland independence: Belfast Telegraph
Katrine Bussey

Monday, February 27

Truth agency would fail, says Robinson: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

No history re-write, pledges Robinson: The News Letter

Women protest in support of republican Marian Price (Feb 26): (from the Sunday World)
Suzanne Breen

Belfast peace barricade to open: UTV

Unionists need to show united front: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Why the Shinners are go on a quid pro quo (Feb 24): Belfast Media
Jude Collins

Murphy – 'Crossmaglen monument a tourist attraction': Newry Times
Paul Malone

Orange Order welcome online tourism coverage: The News Letter

Keep anniversaries inclusive – Alliance: BBC
Martina Purdy

Bad Breakfast Reading for Fianna Fail and Labour (Feb 26): IrishTimes.com
Deaglán de Bréadún

Martin calls for right to Catholic education to be respected (Feb 24): The Irish Times
Pamela Duncan

Learning to live in a divided society (Feb 25): Irish Examiner
Editorial

Peace Bridge gets top prize (Feb 17): Irish Independent

Clampdown on fuel laundering will take 20 years – Alex Attwood (Jan 19): Belfast Telegraph
Tom Moseley

City to lure diaspora: Londonderry Sentinel

Our language strategy is leaving us at a loss for the right words (Feb 24): Irish Examiner
Matt Cooper

Paisley hospital picture arrest: Guardian.co.uk
Roy Greenslade

To their supporters the Old Firm matter deeply ... but why should the rest of us care? (Feb 26): Sunday Herald
Ian Bell

Why there will always be a Rangers (Feb 14): The News Letter
Billy Kennedy

Scottish independence choice should be put to whole of UK, say peers (Feb 17): The Guardian

Why federalism won't save the Union (Feb 24): NewStatesman.com
James Maxwell

Will Scotland Go Its Own Way?: New York Times
Neal Ascherson

Scotland poll is set for Oct 18, 2014: The Sun
Andrew Nicoll

Scottish independence – Thousands of Scots may miss vote over UK's future: The Scotsman
David Maddox

BBC accused of peddling "propaganda" for the monarchy (Feb 24): Daily Telegraph
Gordon Rayner

Sunday, February 26

Sinn Fein gains support in Republic survey suggests: BBC

'RAAD' now operating in north Belfast – reports: Derry Journal

'Will IRA now admit to Claudy' – survivor: The News Letter

United front just papers over the cracks of division (Feb 23): Belfast Telegraph
Robin Wilson

Young people imbued with a spirit of co-operation: Belfast Media

What can the Police Ombudsman investigate? (Feb 22): TheDetail.tv
Chris Moore

Boris, your attitude stinks (Feb 15): Irish Post
Robert Mulhern

Investigating the Garda (Feb 15): The Irish Times
Editorial

Broadcaster denies 'bias': Sunday Independent

New venture brings RTE and TG4 to NI homes (Feb 24): BBC

International fund celebrates 25 years (Feb 25): The Irish Times
Una Bradley

Cross-border business conference to be held: Sligo Champion

February 8th, 1971 (Feb 8): The Irish Times
Joe Joyce

Man held over 'Paisley photo': The News Letter

'Electric atmosphere' surrounds Dr Paisley visits to Ballymoney (Feb 15): Ballymoney Times

Scotland moves toward vote on independence: Washington Post
Anthony Faiola

Come on United Kingdom – do you want sweet Rockall? (Feb 24): Sutherland Northern Times
Jamie Stone

Has the time come for Celtic Independence? – Scottish win could spell seismic shift: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Paddy Duffy

The Union is more than an amplified alliance – there is also such a thing as British patriotism (Feb 18): Daily Telegraph
Daneil Hannan

Cameron just patronising: Scotland on Sunday
Editorial

Bloody Fridays and Sundays: Daily Times (Pakistan)
Mir Mohammad Ali Talpur

Saturday, February 25

Peter Robinson is better leader since the trauma with Iris, says Peter Hain: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Peace process will survive despite downturn, says McDowell: The Irish Times
Paul Cullen

PSNI rehiring to be investigated by Audit Office: BBC

The Drumcree protest set for new landmark: Portadown Times

Flag options discussed: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

Ruling on 'repugnant' Act raises doubt on cases: The Irish Times
Diarmaid Mac Dermott

Gardai issue new appeal for information on getaway car: Derry Journal

Victim's familly say RAAD are cowardly, evil, gang of murderers: Londonderry Sentinel

RAAD claims branded 'nonsense': Derry Journal

Kerr police appeal for details of 11 vehicles: Mid Ulster Mail

Family 'let down' by supergrass verdicts: UTV

IRA admits killing schoolboy Gordon Gallagher: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

IRA admits killing schoolboy in 1973 after blaming the British Army for almost four decades: Daily Mail
Ryan Kisiel

Republicans 'truly sorry': Derry Journal
Sean McLaughlin

Father of schoolboy Gordon Gallagher pleased at killing admission: BBC

'Tell us what happened, so we can have a bit of rest': Derry Journal

Secret dossier 'to clear duo over IRA murder': Belfast Telegraph

Troubles damages case dismissal sought: UTV

Irish parade attacked: Irish Post
Robert Mulhern

King tells IFA to accept rules as O'Kane nears Ireland switch: Irish Independent
Daniel McDonnell

Republic won't be too app-y over Euro 2012 iPhone gaffe: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Kenny's first year marked by confidence and political skill: Irish Independent

Kenny stands firm on Vatican embassy closure: Irish Independent
Lise Hand

Faith of Irish shaken: Boston Herald
Steve Coronella

State should not fear Christian influence: The News Letter
Norman Hamilton

I feel embarrassed to come from this nation of 'culchies' (Feb 22): Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Rangers administrators – 'Old Firm match will be played': BBC

Friday, February 24

Ulster GAA leader in 'respect' pledge: The News Letter

Why Catholic unionists still won't vote for DUP: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

It's a sweep for the DUP in the Hamill's Beat awards 2012: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Robinson targets 'negative media' for 'talking Northern Ireland down': BBC

Alex Attwood to outlaw double-jobbing within two years: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Attwood's quota plan caps busy week: BBC
Mark Devenport

Defector still close friend – DUP mayor: The News Letter

Irwin says no to republican monument refurbishment: Newry Times
Paul Malone

PPS to examine UVF supergrass 'deal' in Belfast: BBC

McCord's UVF killers are unlikely to face justice: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

Derry blast bomb accused Eugene McLoone granted bail: BBC

Ronan Kerr's mother makes personal plea for help to find his killers: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Man bailed over Derry bomb: UTV

Second hoax bomb in two days causes chaos: Belfast Telegraph
Louise Small

PSNI appeals on anniversary of Derry murder: RTE

Miami Showband survivor shows music can bring people together: Impartial Reporter

Contentious Kingsmill march postponed: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Boris and Sinn Féin (Feb 19): (from the Sunday Independent)
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Watchdog rules in favour of Miriam in presidential debate spat with McGuinness: Irish Independent

Michael Wardlow appointed as chief equality commissioner: BBC

Boom values were 'an aberration' (Feb 23): The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Hardline unionist Graham dies at 64: The News Letter

Artist Brian Mór Ó Baoighill dead at 70: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Lack of Vatican co-operation over child sex abuse led to closure of embassy: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Neil Lennon murder plot trial put back: Belfast Telegraph

An object lesson on hown the long road to independence is paved with a whole series of misguided intentions: The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

Royal role in independence debatem (Feb 6): BBC
Brian Taylor

Thursday, February 23

Nine cleared of UDA leader's murder: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Loyalist leader cleared of murder: The Independent
David Young

Use of supergrasses questioned after Belfast terror cases collapse: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Police defend 'supergrass' trial: Belfast Telegraph

North Belfast UVF supergrass trial lasted 71 days: BBC
Will Leitch

Result puts supergrass system on trial: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

History of the supergrass system in Ireland: BBC
Mervyn Jess

One proven way to put guilty away: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Alleged Continuity IRA leader 'stays silent' over Carroll murder: BBC

Hyland – 'British Army planted tracking device on republican's car': Newry Times
Paul Malone

Republican group claims killing and warns drug dealers: Irish Examiner
Stephen Maguire

RAAD claims are "tissue of lies" – murder victim's relative: Derry Journal

Paramilitary shooting will certainly draw return fire: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

Leaders' personal chemistry determines war or peace: The Irish Times
David Adams

Price is being interned says priest: Irish Echo
Anthony Neeson

Prison union calls for strip searches rethink: The News Letter

BC decides to fight transcript release: Boston Globe
John R. Ellement

Boston College to challenge handover of interviews: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Attorney General Holder and the blind eye: Irish Echo
Michael Cummings

Aldershot Barracks – IRA bombing 40th anniversary marked: BBC

Army town recalls IRA blast horror: The News Letter

The forgotten victims of the Troubles: The Spectator
Douglas Murray

IRA victim's brother raps 'failure' of PSNI team: The News Letter

Kingsmills march to be postponed: BBC

McGuinness faces new truth call over atrocity: The News Letter

Unionist unity in bid to restore Royal portrait: The News Letter

We can restore public faith by revisiting the Constitution: Irish Independent
Martina Devlin

Vatican embassy closure was a mistake but it's time we moved on, says Martin: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Alex Salmond wrong to take sides in Rangers fiasco: The Scotsman
Michael Kelly

Demand for increased devolution in Scotland will reshape UK: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Wednesday, February 22

David Ford 'actively' pursuing alternatives to prison strip-searching: BBC

End Price 'debacle' – Martin McGuinness: Derry Journal

New faces will be crucial for modern Prison Service: Belfast Telegraph
Colin McConnell

Getting accountability after a police raid: TheDetail.tv
Chris Moore

A new chapter begins in story of the dirty war: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Flanagan rejects Orange Arch plans: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Fears of community division as Kingsmills march gets go-ahead: The Cross Examiner
Christine Keighery

SF minister's Jubilee stance 'bigoted': UTV

McGuinness call over Derry schoolboy bomb victim Gordon Gallagher: BBC

Totally unacceptable for taxpayer to fund IRA memorial – Robinson: The News Letter

McGeough to learn fate over jail term: Tyrone Times

Verdict due in Haddock trial: UTV

Sinn Fein MLA Willie Clarke resigning his seat: BBC

Catholics and those living in flats will die earlier (Feb 20): Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Ian Paisley recovering in hospital: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Why snack lovers are getting that old sinking feeling on this 100th anniversary (Feb 16): Belfast Media

No fears of cross-border brain drain as PayPal heads south: Belfast Telegraph
Clare Weir

Vatican embassy closure may be revisited, says Gilmore: The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

Israel advises group on Vatican embassy: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

Disgraced cardinal was guest at Vatican embassy (Feb 21): Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

Paxman in row over Irish famine remarks: BBC

Neil Lennon against Old Firm game being rearranged: Daily Telegraph
Roddy Forsyth

Scottish independence – Anti-Scottish jibes boost separation, Michael Gove warns Right: The Scotsman
David Maddox

Alex Salmond's separation agenda challenged with a simple question – 'Why?' (Feb 16): Daily Telegraph
Alan Cochrane

Queen stands up for Christianity – 'Church of England is misunderstood and under-appreciated' (Feb 16): Daily Mail
Rebecca English

Tuesday, February 21

Border debate is irrelevant – priest: The News Letter

Do unionist politicians still cherish the link with London?: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Terms of justice should not be left to victims (Feb 17): Belfast Media
Jude Collins

Maghaberry searches report not published: BBC

Three held over dissident raids: UTV

Constable Kerr murder 'linked to other dissident incidents': BBC

Kerr detectives make appeal about unidentified man: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

RAAD took no action against 'drinker dealer': Belfast Media

Loughinisland victims' families begin legal challenge to police report: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Family reject HET report on soldier's killing of teen: Derry Journal

IRA memorial funding dispute: UTV

SF minister approves IRA statue funds: The News Letter

Council should remove barriers to employing former political prisoners: Tyrone Times

Sinn Fein welcome £335m A5 announcement: Derry Journal

Good news story as children's media project fights bigotry (Jan 19): Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

We must stop religious rot: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Lifeline for Vatican Embassy? Talks on sharing with Rome Embassy to start: Irish Independent
Ed Carty

President Higgins on two-day London visit: RTE

RTE must reveal all about Tweet (Feb 19): Sunday Independent
Editorial

Lenny net bigot rant is probed: The Scottish Sun

Potential for Old Firm title decider leads to police talks: The Herald
Martin Williams

Scottish independence – Spectre of border controls raised by top Tory: The Scotsman
Andrew Whitaker

Alex Salmond dismisses 'border posts' threat: Daily Express
Kerry Gill

Positive push to keep Scotland in the union: The Scotsman
Brian Monteith

The answer to Scottish separatism is a federal union: Financial Times
Philip Stephens

The Strasbourg Court is still a cranks' paradise (Jan 24): Daily Telegraph
Dominic Raab

Council waives fee for pro-Israeli lobby group: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Activists liken hunger-striker to IRA's Bobby Sands: Jerusalem Post

Monday, February 20

Parade to mark Kingsmill killings: The Irish Times
Una Bradley

Watchdog's 'pressure' on Kingsmills relatives: The News Letter

Suspicions that Kingsmill killer was informer (Feb 19): (from the Sunday World)
Suzanne Breen

McNarry breaks silence to warn UUP of 'oblivion': The News Letter

Son dismisses UDA chief's comments: Belfast Media
Scott Jamison

Learning to live with troubled past: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Man arrested in dissident raids: UTV

Ex-Soldiers jailed for brutally beating Irishman (Feb 19): (from the Sunday World)
Suzanne Breen

Teen forced to rob by IRA (Feb 13): UTV

This country can learn from South Africa's example (Feb 15): Belfast Telegraph
Gasant Abarder

Government must go beyond rhetoric in supporting cross-Border co-operation (Feb 17): The Irish Times
Cathal McCall

Kennedy was powerless over A5 road – UUP man: The News Letter

Cross border ferry veto angers Hyland: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Pat Kenny programme paroled by a supine media (Feb 19): Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Gallagher could have gone from RTE to the Park (Feb 19): Sunday Independent
Michael McDowell

British Ambassador Invited to Cashel to Celebrate Queen's Visit: Tipperary Star

Vatican embassy closure stands: The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

Any senator or TD who tried to raise the issue of clerical child abuse in the Dail would have been shouted down (Feb 15): Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

Alliance politician shaken after hijack bid ordeal: The News Letter

Portrait of Trimble to be unveiled at Stormont: The News Letter

Neil Lennon plot accused trial to start: Belfast Telegraph

Rangers' historic day is marred by songs of 'hate and ignorance' (Feb 19): Sunday Herald
Judith Duffy, Richard Wilson and Matty Sutton

'We're having a party as Rangers die' – Celtic fans express delight at financial crisis engulfing Old Firm foes: Daily Mail

Cameron – I must do better on what's on offer for a No vote (Feb 19): Sunday Herald
Tom Gordon

Peer sticks to his guns as the unionist parties shift their focus to devo-plus: The Scotsman
David Torrance

David Cameron is playing into the SNP's hands, says Michael Forsyth: The Scotsman
Andrew Whitaker & Tom Peterkin

If Cameron doesn't talk about greater powers for England, Labour will: The Spectator
Peter Hoskin

We stand side by side with the Pope in fighting for faith (Feb 17): Daily Telegraph
Baroness Warsi

Sunday, February 19

Orange arch for Enniskillen's main street: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Rally held for murder victim Andrew Allen: BBC

Known hoods were behind security alert: Belfast Media

Councillors fume over Jubilee beacon: Banbridge Leader

'One will not be amused': Ballymoney Times

So here's the good news... (Feb 16): UTV
Ken Reid

A good day to bury bad news? (Feb 15): BBC
Mark Devenport

Women in Politics – Maeve McLaughlin: Derry Journal

RTE puts its faith in word of a criminal: Sunday Independent
Jody Corcoran

Bunkered view of reality limits discourse (Feb 17): The Irish Times
John Waters

Vatican embassy – Conviction in question (Feb 15): Irish Examiner
Editorial

Irish Sovereignty – "Like a Conquered Province…": Irish Echo
Joe Jamison

'IRA' drug-gang linked to double British murder: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Áras race shows money and spin can't buy success (Feb 18): The Irish Times
Noel Whelan

Full transparency essential on political funding (Feb 16): Irish Independent
Editorial

O Liathain's courage on IRA series deserves credit: Sunday Independent
John-Paul McCarthy

Don't be too quick to gloat at the plight of Rangers: The Observer
Kevin McKenna

No Rangers? It is simply unthinkable (Feb 15): Daily Mail
Alan Fraser

League of their own (Feb 15): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Vitriol over 'deserters' reveals hatred beneath mask: Sunday Independent
Emer O'Kelly

Summer hopes for Battle of the Boyne playground: Drogheda Independent

Northern Ireland peers oppose House of Lords plan (Jan 24): BBC
Stephen Walker

Scots debate is changing the Union: The News Letter

Scottish independence – English town of Doncaster stakes its claim to Scottish heritage: Scotland on Sunday
Tom Peterkin

Scottish independence – Alistair Darling backs tax-raising powers: Scotland on Sunday
Eddie Barnes

Cameron's risky move could play into Salmond's hands (Feb 16): The Spectator
Hamish Macdonell

Welsh language 'is dying out' (Feb 17): The Independent

Britain has gone from God-fearing to God-jeering (Feb 17): Daily Telegraph
Allison Pearson

Saturday, February 18

Handshake call for Kingsmills parade: The News Letter

Death threats against Pastor Halliday condemned by local community: Newry Times
Paul Malone

The first act in a drama of dissident engagement: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

'Let's work together' says police chief: Derry Journal

Stones thrown in city sectarian attack: UTV

Stephen Carroll murder – mother admits obstructing police: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

McGlinchey in women's facility: The Irish Times
Una Bradley

Old Bailey bomber Marian Price moved to women's prison amid health fear: Belfast Telegraph
Steven McCaffery

Marian Price and the lost document: The Irish Times
Eamonn McCann

Amnesty for killers would take away families' hope says widow: Belfast Media
Scott Jamison

Reflections on Bloody Sunday and Occupation: Derry Journal
Jim Keys

Columba McVeigh search imminent: UTV

Forensic site 'had been obliterated': The Irish Times
Gerard Cunningham

Manus Deery's sister calls HET investigation 'whitewash': BBC

La Mon atrocity 'ate at suspect like a cancer': The News Letter

Soldiers' families try to quell row over memorial parade: Antrim Times

Government loses face over Vatican and we lose faith: Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

Praying for a little diplomacy in Vatican embassy row: Irish Independent
Alison O'Connor

Closure of Vatican embassy has wide-ranging implications: The Irish Times
Breda O'Brien

Why we need to keep religion out of politics (Feb 17): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Donegal delight as A5 project gets massive boost: Derry Journal

Advisers back all-Ireland anti-fracking campaign: Irish Examiner
Jennifer Hough

'Celtic threat' allegations – Men held in Aberdeen and Stamford: BBC

David Cameron's speech sets right tone for Unionists: The Scotsman
Editorial

Is that supposed to save the Union, Dave? Cameron kicks off bid to stop Scottish independence with 'Tartan and Shortbread' pic at porridge factory (and doesn't this Scot look impressed?): Daily Mail
Emma Reynolds

David has to chart his own course through the maze: The Scotsman
Trevor Salmon

Cameron's new offer for Scotland could mean a new offer for England: The Spectator
Peter Hoskin

David Cameron's gamble to save the Union: Daily Telegraph
James Kirkup and Auslan Cramb

Scotland and the UK – Mr Cameron does his best: The Guardian
Editorial

Time for pro-Union Scots to speak up: The Herald
Editorial

Jingoism is no answer to England's ebbing power: Guardian.co.uk
Billy Bragg

Friday, February 17

Sinn Fein back plans for Queen's Jubilee: The News Letter

Elliott 'would have no difficulty'meeting dissidents: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Real IRA arms haul uncovered: Irish Independent

Pair face Alliance HQ 'bomb' trial: UTV

Gunmen 'meant to kill' Andrew Allen – girlfriend: BBC

Sinn Fein raised $1.5m in US over a two-year period: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

Matt Baggott defends rehiring of former RUC officers: BBC

Prison Service recruitment drive starts: UTV

Boundaries Commission is urged not to split Carnlough from Larne: Larne Times

Pastor threatened over Kingsmills march: UTV

Principal orders flag to be removed: Lurgan Mail

Orange arch plan for Main Street: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Driver 'ploughed' into bonfire crowd: UTV

IRA mole Martin McGartland to sue MI5: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Concerns raised over case of Boston papers: The Irish Times

Disappeared case 'huge injustice': Belfast Telegraph

La Mon bomb massacre files 'lost' to protect IRA, say relatives: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

IRA La Mon bombing must have public inquiry, say relatives: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Narrow Water bomb evidence 'interfered with', Smithwick Tribunal told: BBC

IRA detonation site 'destroyed' before RUC could inspect it: The Irish Times
Gerard Cunningham

Labour City Councillor faces calls to resign after being caught up in Facebook storm: Daily Express
Andy Wells

Women appeal sentence for assault on Sinn Fein aide (Feb 15): BBC

SF developer failed Priory Hall residents, says Gilmore: The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

Boris Johnson – No apology over 'leftie crap' remarks.: Irish Examiner
Nick Bramhill

Compromise deal may not have been the best route: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

New nuncio pledges to strengthen relationship: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Winds of change – Papal nuncio presents credentials: Irish Examiner
Stephen Rogers

A time for great rejoicing?: Belfast Media

Scottish independence – Voters need 'straight choice': BBC

Cameron Details Arguments Against Scottish Independence: New York Times
John F Burns & Alan Cowell

Cameron – We must step up pro-union campaign: The Herald
Brian Currie and Kate Devlin

Cameron realises he has to counter Salmond: Financial Times
Andrew Bolger

Unionists will have to find a vision that appeals to Scotland's heart: The Scotsman
John Curtice

Alex Salmond is finally on the back foot over the Scottish referendum: Daily Telegraph
Iain Martin

David Cameron grasps the thistle at last: The Scotsman
Joyce McMillan

David Cameron's union address – a speech of style but no substance: Guardian.co.uk
Lesley Riddoch

Thursday, February 16

Progress on TUV bid to ban 'killer' advisers: The News Letter

Pastor faces death threat over Kingsmills march: The News Letter

Murphy blasts Parades Commission go-ahead for 'inflammatory march': Newry Times
Paul Malone

Anger over Kingsmill march decision: UTV

Kennedy blasts Sinn Fein and SDLP over Kingsmill march opposition: Newry Times
Paul Malone

McNamee's 'disgust' at DUP: Mid Ulster Mail

Stormont 'sanitised' of Union emblems: UTV

Perhaps Peter Robinson is right ... love really can conquer all?: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Where have all the young political idealists gone to?: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Northern Ireland prison officer recruitment drive launched: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Shivers appeals Massereene conviction: UTV

Maghaberry 'not fit' to care for Shivers: Mid Ulster Mail

Relatives' anger at La Mon report: The News Letter

I feared deafness would end my career – Robinson: The News Letter

Do you hear us? Peter Robinson deaf in left ear and Martin McGuinness in right: Irish Independent
Michael McHugh

Campaigners hit out at £330m A5 project: The News Letter

Paisley 'out of intensive care': The News Letter

Fuel smuggler keeps tight-lipped over which party got €20,000: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

Dáil debate rages over Vatican embassy closure: Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

The Vatican embassy row has touched a raw nerve with a rural constituency that is only now finding its voice: Irish Independent
Johnny Fallon

State's relations with church now 'more real', says Kenny: The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

Pressure on Gilmore as UK has dual embassies in Rome: Irish Independent
Michael Brennan

Paterson meets Pope in Vatican: UTV

Paterson holds talks with Pope at Vatican: The News Letter

Cardinal Keith O'Brien 'snubbed' by UK government's Vatican delegation: The Scotsman
Eddie Barnes

Differences emerge within SNP over Salmond plan for devolved power vote: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

We are stronger together, Cameron to tell Scotland as he warns of fears over UN Security Council seat: Daily Mail
Tim Shipman

Scotland and the UK are stronger together: The Scotsman
David Cameron

Wednesday, February 15

Kingsmills march must be rerouted – Whitecross community speak up: The Cross Examiner

Fury at Kingsmills march opposition: The News Letter

Ex-UUP candidate leaves to join the Tories: The News Letter

I am mayor for all: Ballymoney Times

Fears over fresh death threats: Derry Journal

Petrol bombs thrown at PSNI: UTV

Army gave up Carroll bug 'after threat': UTV

Man charged with possessing 100lb bomb outside court: BBC

Terror amnesty 'a reward for murder': The News Letter

PSNI complete initial study of Saville Report: Derry Journal

Survivor's appeal for bomb memorial: The News Letter

Maze development proposals expected this month says MP: Ulster Star

No room to manoeuvre in hunger strike – NIO: The News Letter

Man who foiled Gallagher Aras bid 'fuelled' McGuinness's run: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn and Fionnan Sheahan

Gilmore denies adding Vatican to embassy list: RTE

Man in Gallagher row received nearly €3,000 from McGuinness: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Birmingham pub bombings – Victim's sister calls for inquiry: BBC

SF unease at council's £20k spend on Jubilee: Belfast Telegraph

Gilmore's claim on embassy closure at odds with own figures: Irish Independent
Fionnan Sheahan and Rowan Gallagher

Gilmore suggests Vatican compromise: Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

'Holy show' over embassy closure: The Irish Times
Jimmy Walsh

Give it up Eamon, it's not about the money: Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

Need for Irish embassy in Vatican is anachronistic: The Irish Times
Vincent Browne

Enda resists as Adams turns on the love: Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

Focus on Irish Government after funding boost for A5: The News Letter

'Colin Murray, get it right' – James McClean reveals why he snubbed Northern Ireland (Feb 10): Belfast Telegraph
Stuart McKinley

Beleaguered fans keep faith with beloved Gers: The News Letter

Cage-fighter who gunned down two IRA enforcers who wanted him to become a drugs-mule is jailed for life: Daily Mail
Charles Walford

Lord Laird and Barry McElduff make an unlikely Union: BBC

Sterling best Scots option: The Scotsman
Daniel Gay

Anti-bigotry law threat to Scots pubs: The Herald
Gerry Braiden



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