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Thursday, February 28

Rocket launcher believed to be Provisional IRA weapon: BBC

Loyalists to target saint PAT'S Parade: Belfast Media

Parades Commission hits road to hear public's views on marching: Belfast Telegraph

Robinson and Nesbitt re-emphasise Lutton support: Mid Ulster Mail

It's a love 'n hate thing for the new gang of two: BBC
Mark Devenport

A new Unionist party is born: The News Letter
Basil McCrea and John McAllister

Task force to rule on Stormont flag-flying is sunk in a sea of bitterness: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Loyalist Belfast flag protest leaders arrested:
Henry McDonald

Willie Frazer arrested, as Bryson home 'ransacked': The News Letter

Flag protests 'not a crime' – Bryson: UTV

PSNI – No warrant issued for Bryson's arrest: The News Letter

Frazer 'wanted match to GO AHEAD': Belfast Media
Evan Short

Flag Protests – More photos of suspects published: Irish News

Hand yourselves in, PSNI urges CCTV flag disorder suspects: Belfast Telegraph

It only takes 70 flag-waving loyalists to close our town: Belfast Media
Ciara Quinn

Lisburn backs down on union flag promise: Belfast Media
Ciara Quinn

We've got so used to bitterness we think it's normal: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Only four charged over Orange Hall attacks: The News Letter

McGlone admits councillor may have got it wrong on Brush motion: The News Letter
Aine Fox

Northern Ireland police arrest man over Robert McCartney murder:
Henry McDonald

Nursery integration must be an option open to us all: Belfast Telegraph
Jill Houston

The Twitter diary of Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams, aged 64 and a third: New Statesman
Alex Hern

EU 'Troika' rule in Ireland worse than British Empire: Daily Telegraph
Ambrose Evans-Pritchard

GAA anti-bigot vote to take place in city: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Sunderland striker James McClean is fined two weeks' wages for tweeting about his love of a pro-IRA song: Daily Telegraph
Luke Edwards

Ryanair boss backs Scots independence if taxes cut: The Scotsman

Scottish independence – Scotland able to keep pound (Feb 25): The Scotsman

Wednesday, February 27

McCrea to form NI party with McCallister: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Basil McCrea and John McCallister set up new unionist party: BBC
Gareth Gordon

Time for a unionist unity candidate in Upper Bann – MP: Portadown Times

Voters manipulated by unity move – Alliance: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Some Protestants want united Ireland too – Francie Molloy: The News Letter
Aine Fox

Resentment of Sinn Fein MP 'crosses all religious and political barriers' says Lutton: Tyrone Times

Peter Robinson warns of terrorist threat to party donors: The News Letter

Sinn Fein gives evidence to Westminster committee: BBC
Mark Devenport

SDLP calls on police in Northern Ireland to "assert the rule of law" over flag protests:

Parades Commission has "no role" in majority of union flag protests: BBC

Facebook flag rioter sent to jail: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Review parades law, urges Baggott: Irish Independent

David Ford – the next stop for Alliance is Europe: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Emerging Northern identity must not be torn apart by tribes: The Irish Times
Malachi O'Doherty

Walking hand-in-hand is the only way forward (Feb 19): Belfast Telegraph
Chris Lyttle

Rocket launcher and warhead found in Belfast: Irish Examiner
Michael McHugh

Jamie Bryson – UVF were not terrorists: The News Letter

La Mon victim's widower in call for major review: Portadown Times

Maze – Sneak preview of Northern Ireland's old prison site as preparations get under way for the hosting of May's Balmoral Show: Belfast Telegraph
Linda Stewart

NI hosting G8 summit 'unbelievable': Irish Independent

Almost 3,000 police officers volunteer for G8 security duty: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Gardaí will not be asked to help PSNI police G8 summit: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Fans urged to unite for Crusaders Cliftonville game: Belfast Telegraph

McClean removed from Twitter after Sunderland winger's controversial comments spark IRA sectarian row: Daily Mail
Colin Young

Spiers on Sport – how long to kill off bigotry at Rangers?: The Herald
Graham Spiers

Tuesday, February 26

Unionists united behind Lutton: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Loyal Orders urge members to vote Lutton: Mid Ulster Mail

David Crooks jailed over union flag riot in Newtownabbey: BBC

'Law very clear on flag parades': The News Letter
Michael McGlade

Troubled marching season not inevitable – parades chief: The News Letter
Michael McGlade

Orange march probe after Sash is played by band near St Matthew's Catholic church: Belfast Telegraph

Time to face up to new realities: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Home Office minister to publish National Crime Agency 'Plan B' for Northern Ireland:
Barry McCaffrey

Independence plea over rights body: Belfast Telegraph

Two men charged with IRA membership and arms offences: The Irish Times

Re-arrest of éirígi member condemned: The Cross Examiner
Christine Keighery

Police – No bid to shoot Johnny 'Mad Dog' Adair: Belfast Telegraph

Man jailed after he shouted sectarian remarks at protest: Portadown Times

Omagh victims' families launch legal attempt to force inquiry:
Henry McDonald

Troubles victims stories – Geoffrey Hamilton (Feb 21): The News Letter

Murphy criticises DRD apology to former NIW director: The Cross Examiner
Christine Keighery

Lessons from Northern Ireland: Dawn Purvis on Reconciliation: Duke Today
Robin Kirk

Thousands of police from Britain set to help guard G8 summit in Fermanagh: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Sinn Féin meet with Ofcom about South Down mobile roaming charges: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Still no website as gaeilge at EU parliament: Irish Examiner
Ann Cahill

Gillespie denies backing all-Ireland team: The News Letter

Wolfe Tones 'rebel-rousing' band and footballer hit out at MP on twitter: Londonderry Sentinel

McClean barred from Twitter: Irish Independent
Daniel McConnell

Give Rangers fans a song list, says Ally McCoist: The Scotsman
Craig Forbes

Element of Rangers support are way out of tune with forward-thinking club: Glasgow Evening Times

Monday, February 25

Twelfth week of City Hall flag protest: The News Letter

Investors concerned about protests – Foster: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Teenager charged with parading offences: UTV

Gardaí foil assassination attempt: The Irish Times

Call on McCrea to vacate his seat: Ulster Star

'Only signage will change': Ulster Star

Political blame game over Twelfth in Carnlough: Larne Times

There's one word for Gerry and Ted show on Twitter – #weird: Irish Independent
Liam Fay

Alliance welcomes report into integraded education: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Ann McCabe – 'I am 17 years down the line. It never goes away. Ever': Irish Independent
Maeve Sheehan

'Whitey' Bulger and the FBI deal that opened up Boston to the IRA (Feb 23): The Irish Times
Ed Moloney

Whitehall will pay for G8: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Little scrutiny of UK money for Northern Ireland (Feb 15): The News Letter
Fiona O'Cleirigh

'Major participant' in drugs trade granted anonymity order at Derry court (Feb 22): Derry Journal

I haven't considered cross-border economic zones – Foster: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Gillespie backs All-Ireland football team: The News Letter

Face-off in Bandit Country: Sunday World

Churchmen rewrite history to claim what is not theirs (Jan 25): Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

The EU is changing and we must face up to the real issues at hand (Jan 21): Irish Independent
Bruce Arnold

Scottish independence – Credit blow for No campaign: The Scotsman
Scott Macnab

Sunday, February 24

1,000 march to remember soldiers: UTV

Thousands turn out for UDR memorial parade: The News Letter
Michael McGlade

Flag protests at separate Belfast locations: BBC

Boy, 16, arrested in flags investigation: UTV

McCallister – I told SF and UUP ministers to apologise: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Orange Order 'playing dangerous game' with parade threat: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley Houston

Late selection of candidate defended: The News Letter
Sam McBride

AWOL politicians should practise what they preach (Feb 21): Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

We haven't taken the gun out of politics here, just some common sense (Feb 21): Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Past is not a barrier (Feb 15): Derry Journal

Two arrested in connection with dissident republican activities in Cork: RTE

Appeal judges reject bid to extradite 'RIRA chief': The News Letter

Troubles victims begin new search for justice (Feb 21): The News Letter
Adam Kula

'At home, it's about football and farming' (Jan 28): The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Marriage debate Arlene must brush up on facts of life: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Options on the way forward for human rights in Northern Ireland:
Brice Dickson and Colin Harvey

DUP may pull plug as policing college goes £30m over-budget: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Orange honour for medal hero (Jan 28): The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Objective judgements – It's time for honesty, not tribalism (Feb 18): Irish Examiner

Fears over costs leave Protestants without redress: Sunday Independent

Bilingual road signs will put end to long-running Dingle name change saga (Feb 20): Irish Examiner
Donal Hickey

Rangers sorry over sectarian chants: Sunday Herald
Helen McArdle

No need for split to get Scotland we want: The Scotsman
Phil Anderton

What happens if England votes no and Scotland votes yes to the EU?: New Statesman
Glenn Gottfried

Saturday, February 23

Orange Order urged to tread carefully over strategy: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Orange Order 135 'Growing discontent' among members over parade curbs: BBC
Martina Purdy

TUV asks Orangemen to wear 'regalia' at flags protest: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Commission notified of 30 flag parades: The News Letter
Michael McGlade

Baggott wants break from illegal flag parades: The News Letter

Four to battle it for Martin McGuinness' seat: Irish Independent
David Young

Unionist unity candidate addresses UUP Executive: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Simpson – Let's have more unionist unity: The News Letter

Amputation of rebels can't cure sickly party: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Republican areas less favourable to neighbourhood watch: The News Letter

Petrol bomb follows police protest: Derry Journal

Failure to overturn Campbell extradition ban: UTV

Derry man admits pipe bomb charges: Derry Journal

Omagh bomb – Colm Murphy and Seamus Daly 'not to give evidence': BBC

Troubles victims stories – Stephen Gault (Feb 21): The News Letter

Chilling threats of 'hit' on Duffy in fake SF tweet: Evening Herald
Kevin Doyle

Parents angry as ex-IRA spy gets job as vice-principal: Irish Independent
Deborah McAleese

Row over teacher criminal records: Belfast Telegraph

Gormley – Why did taxpayers have to pay?: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Let's not lose our native tongue in outer space (Feb 21): The Irish Times
Seán Tadhg Ó Gairbhí

Concern at RTÉ rugby move: Derry Journal

State must apologise for dire conditions of Bethany Home: The Irish Times
Breda O'Brien

Rangers documentary wins RTS award (Feb 21): BBC

Independent Scotland's EU bid 'would be welcomed': The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

'Stay in EU' appeal to Scots: The Herald
Kate Devlin

Yes Scotland – independence could drive forward positive social change in UK: The Herald

Friday, February 22

Orange Order may not give police notice on parades: BBC
Martina Purdy

UUP members were driven by egos – Kinahan: The News Letter
Michael McGlade

UUP exiles in contact with Tories as the momentum of change shifts down a gear: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Nesbitt's email claim disputed: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Not much unity on way forward for unionism after turbulent week: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

UUP's fall from master of house to whipping boy: Belfast Telegraph
David McKittrick

Candidate Lutton had victims role: Banbridge Leader

Better at the ballot: The Economist

Even Gary can't get people here to stay in tune with each other (Feb 19): Belfast Telegraph
Nuala McKeever

Flag protesters urged 'not to disrespect' UDR commemoration: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Union flag protests – Matt Baggott defends policing: BBC

Ambassador 'torn over Israel flags in NI': The News Letter
Sam McBride

This protest is flagging, just ask Sherlock Holmes: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Why remain silent on the Para flags issue?: Derry Journal
Eamonn McCann

Arlene Foster – It's time to sell ourselves to tourists: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Protests not helping image of unionism: The News Letter

Compensation disparity finally explained: BBC
Mark Devenport

You ain't fooling anybody: Irish Independent
Ian O'Doherty

Loyalist paedophile Mark Harbinson wins jail poppy challenge: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Eirigi activist Stephen Murney in court on terror charges: BBC

Troubles victims stories – Ann Travers: The News Letter

Party donor anonymity continues at Stormont (Feb 19): The News Letter
Adam Kula

Stormont minister apologises to sacked NI Water director: Derry Journal

Molloy hits out at RTE decision to block Rugby broadcast to province: Tyrone Times

Mike Nesbitt slams cost of MLAs' St Patrick's Day trip to US: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

Sinn Féin propose creating an extra bank holiday called 'Republic Day': RTE

Protestant homes omission prompts charge of bias: The Irish Times
Joe Humphreys

Giro d'Italia to start... in Ireland! Wiggins and co to take in sights of Belfast and Dublin during prestigious race this summer: Daily Mail
Michael McHugh

Scottish independence – 'We'll stay neutral,' says US ambassador Susman: BBC

Pivotal role of culture in talking up independence (Feb 20): The Herald
Alan Riach

Thursday, February 21

UDR parade won't halt loyalist flag demo: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

'Flag trouble can't be compared to London riots': The News Letter
Michael McGlade

Call for tough sentences over flag protest: UTV

Indulging mob rule an own goal for progress: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

McCrea backs Lutton Mid Ulster campaign: The News Letter
Sam McBride

'I didn't know about Molloy allegations' – Nesbitt: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Basil McCrea no longer Stormont employment committee chair: BBC

No difference between unionist parties – Alliance: The News Letter

UUP exiles in contact with Tories as the momentum of change shifts down a gear: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

McCallister – I decided to quit just hours before show: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Will Big Macs satisfy unionist hunger for real change?: Belfast Telegraph
Nuala McKeever

Old 'us and them' mantra an insult to the electorate: Belfast Telegraph
John McCallister

Policies don't swing voters – Nesbitt: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Loyalist's prison poppy case 'resolved': UTV

Talks urged over Orange parade in Carnlough: The News Letter

Police must not let this political stand-off become a crisis (Feb 15): (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

Man charged with terrorism offences: UTV

Appeal for unheard Troubles victims to come forward: The News Letter

Victims urged to use support team: Belfast Telegraph

Robert Rodgers seeks royal prerogative of mercy: BBC

Loyalist killer bids for Royal pardon: The News Letter

Appeal bid over Doherty murder conviction: UTV

Has Catholic education body learned nothing from our history?: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

MLAs clash over St Patrick's Day Washington visit: BBC
Gareth Gordon

Permission for three major sports stadiums in NI: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Fianna Fail must avoid coalition, says O Cuiv: Irish Independent
Fiach Kelly

Separate states of existence: The Scotsman
James Maxwell

Independent Scotland 'should consider own currency', says economist: BBC

Farage – Independence dead in the water: The Herald
Michael Settle

Wednesday, February 20

Orange Order warns members over flag protests: The News Letter

Memorial parade being used to undermine flag protest – Jamie Bryson: The News Letter

No protest at Seaview urge Crusaders: UTV

'Forget flag protests' – IRA bomb victim: UTV

Limbo dancers and riot police... the two faces of Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Robinson 'delighted' as Lutton officially nominated: The News Letter
Aine Fox

Lutton denies running purely because of Sinn Fein candidate: BBC

'The UUP is not a DUP subsidiary': The News Letter

Unity candidate good news for Sinn Fein, says Basil McCrea: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

UUP leader Mike Nesbitt calls for pair who resigned from party to step down from Stormont Assembly: RTE

Nesbitt – There is no crisis in UUP: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Foster slams UUP deserters: The News Letter

Unsteady ground: Derry Journal

Tweet threat over Adams coverage is chilling, says Duffy: Irish Independent
Ken Sweeney and Fionnan Sheahan

Gerry Adams' tweets 'flippant': The News Letter

Some can't bear Adams's tweets (Feb 19): Irish News
Valerie Robinson

Why I find Adams and his online persona to be all too unsettling: Irish Independent
Helen Moorhouse

Shooting victim 'threatened on Facebook': The News Letter

Omagh bomb – Colm Murphy and Seamus Daly have 'no case to answer': BBC

Minister claims legal privilege means he can't say whether he ignored advice defending own department:
Barry McCaffrey

Kenny to raise Price issue with Cameron: The Irish Times

Those in office must admit their part in our dirty war: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Unionists' anger over 'Sunday' compo claims: Derry Journal

How an IRA kidnapping that ended in murder set in motion a terrible chain of tragedy: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Members urged to send positive vibe: Belfast Telegraph

SF claim on taxi licence ban for criminals rejected: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

The issue that hasn't gone away, you know: Belfast Telegraph

A5 dual carriageway concerns 'not ignored': The News Letter

Garda blitz on border gangs brings fall off in number of burglaries: Irish Independent
Greg Harkin

Security and Defence – A case for independence: Edinburgh Journal
Humza Yousaf

Tuesday, February 19

Business as usual since resignations – McCrea: The News Letter
Aine Fox

Nesbitt doesn't rule out more election pacts: Irish News

Catholics may vote for Lutton, says Nesbitt: The News Letter

Inescapable logic of this decision is a province-wide pact: The News Letter
Sam McBride

McCallister and McCrea to sit in the 'naughty seats': The News Letter
Rebecca Black

McCallister and McCrea take UUP exit door... But how many more MLAs will follow? (Feb 16): (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

'Unity' candidate cements division: The News Letter
Alasdair McDonnell

Robinson has clear destination, but where's Nesbitt going? (Feb 16): (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

Funding sought for flag police bill: Irish Independent

Flag protests could cost £25m, as help sought to deal with trouble: The News Letter

PSNI defends Seaview tactics: UTV

Three charged after match postponed due to violence: Irish News
Simon Cunningham

Shankill bomber is freed after shambolic probe into shooting (Feb 15): (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

Dissident republicans urged to 'seize opportunity' in local launch of Border Poll: Newry Times
Paul Malone

We can't share the future if we live in the past: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Engaging with IRA factions is still the only path to peace: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Why is Irish being banned from tourism signs here?:
Sarah de Búrca

La Mon group seeks meeting: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Tiochfaidh ar latte – Adams raises eyebrows with teddy bear tweets: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

Gerry Adams returns to the nursery: Daily Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Martin rules out any deal with SF as FF tops poll: Irish Independent
Fiach Kelly

Terrorism watchdog questioned 'bewildering' array of terror powers (Feb 14): Daily Telegraph
Tom Whitehead

The justice and security bill is a chilling affront to British justice (Feb 17): The Observer
Henry Porter

Sturgeon – independent Scotland would not need to sign new EU accession treaty: The Herald

Rwanda's bravery puts our bitterness to shame: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Monday, February 18

Mike Nesbitt does not rule out more joint candidates: BBC

Alliance offers a 'welcoming door' (Feb 16): The News Letter

Tory party 'natural home' for defectors (Feb 16): The News Letter

Three-man band's tune may sound too much like Alliance: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Politics needs to look to future (Feb 16): The News Letter
John McCallister

Defectors are giving voters plurality of choice: Belfast Telegraph

Mid Ulster unity is a popular call (Feb 16): The News Letter

Crusaders and Cliftonville want protest game back at Seaview: BBC

Northern Ireland – Loyalists Against Football?: Huffington Post
Philip Murphy

Leave sport alone: Belfast Telegraph

Paisley urges caution over border poll (Jan 25): The News Letter
Ian Paisley

Support group paid for Adams's New York flights: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Nelson McCausland's blocking of homes plan is sectarian, court told: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

La Mon – How the atrocity was reported: The News Letter

La Mon – Widower calls for justice: The News Letter

Justice for Eileen Doherty after 40 years: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Higgins

Reasons for a resurgent Fianna Fáil to be cheerful, parts one to eight: Irish Examiner
Terry Prone

Seanad Éireann should be reformed, not abolished (Jan 29): The Irish Times
Michael McDowell

Cardinal predicted decline of the Church: Evening Herald
Clodagh Sheehy

Giro to visit both sides of border: Irish Examiner
Brian Canty

Gordon Smith backs Rangers to challenge Celtic again (Feb 14): BBC

Scotland facing 'enormous' costs for independent security (Jan 28):
Severin Carrell

Independence vote split by gender: The Scotsman
Lesley Riddoch

Cameron has entered uncharted waters but move may yet pay off (Jan 28): Irish Independent

Sunday, February 17

IRA plans 'big show' to mark Easter Rising: Independent on Sunday
Jonathan Owen

Lutton looks to build for future of unionism: The News Letter
Alistair Bushe

Arson attack fails to divert Frazer from fighting Mid Ulster election: Portadown Times

'Rebel' trio to hold talks on way forward: The News Letter

Unity bid has brought another split: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Northern Ireland football derby cancelled amid loyalist flag protest:
Henry McDonald

Councillor 'struck' by police, says DUP: UTV

Three arrested after Seaview flag protest: The News Letter

Ball thrown at nurse during flag protest: UTV

Presbytery concern over unrest: The News Letter

Opinion polls and the Irish unity debate: Derry Journal
Colum Eastwood

Politicians must be our sole arbiters: The News Letter

Prison officers under threat get help buying new houses: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Two shot near attack that led to IRA arrest: Sunday Independent
Alan Murray

PSNI condemns Belfast gun attack: RTE

Family's shock at city shooting: UTV

Man arrested in connection with north Belfast shooting: BBC

Residents forced out by Ballymagroarty, Derry, bomb alert: BBC

'Finucane-style review' urged over La Mon: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Bomb hero honoured – Double amputee to get special award for helping other injured soldiers: Daily Mirror
Dominic Herbert

I'll never Fianna Fail back on Sinn Fein: The Irish Sun
Myles McEntee

Second opinion poll in fortnight has Fianna Fáil as top party: RTE

FF cynical shift to aggression could trip up party progress: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Is he for the birds? Ducky ár lá... Gerry Adams, his tweets, his bath toys and his teddies: Irish Mail on Sunday
John Lee

Celtic fans boast about debt-free club (Feb 13): Scottish Daily Record

Orange Order and Glasgow council at war over marches: Sunday Herald
Judith Duffy

It's time for Scotland to bring out her dead: The Observer
Kevin McKenna

Catholic-bashers have embellished the truth about abuse in Catholic institutions. It's time to put the record straigh (Feb 14): Daily Telegraph
Brendan O'Neill

Philippines moves close to historic peace deal with Islamist rebels (Feb 13):
Simon Tisdall

Saturday, February 16

IRA murder victim's son to face alleged killer in election: The Independent
David McKittrick

Mid Ulster by-election – Make allegations in public, says Molloy: BBC

Lagan Valley UUP association vow to retake McCrea seat: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Basil McCrea and John McCallister quit UUP over unionist by-election pact: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Reaction to resignations of Basil McCrea and John McCallister: BBC

Basil McCrea 'likely to form new party' to challenge DUP and UUP: BBC

New unionist party could be on the cards: The News Letter

Nesbitt hits back over UUP resignations: UTV

UUP church is too broad: Londonderry Sentinel
Terry Wright

Party's past dominance now no more than distant memory: Irish News
Maeve Connolly

McDevitt could carry on the good doctor's work: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Alliance slammed over shared future proposal: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Businessman with political links paid RIRA €200k: Irish Independent
Paul Williams

Shadowy trio put in charge of IRA in city by North chiefs: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

Former Bunratty Castle chef bailed over alleged IRA membership: Irish Independent
Natasha Reid

Pipe bomb found close to primary school: The News Letter

Bomb squad at Newtownabbey alert: UTV

Men deny sectarian McIlveen murder: The News Letter

St Mary's VP – 'The past is in the past': Derry Journal

"They burnt us alive, yet it's forgotten about" La Mon survivor: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Bloody Sunday – Compensation offer a 'distraction' says victims sister: BBC

Irish politics is same horror story with different players: Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

Helping Britain's army marks end of 'social workers with guns' era: Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

Bobbie's emotional return to Peace Tower: Derry Journal

Local families needed for Irish children's relief program (Feb 15): Buffalo News
Charity Vogel

Ex-Hearts chief Phil Anderton joins pro-UK group (Feb 15): The Scotsman

Independence would be a catastrophe, says entrepreneur John Boyle: The Herald
Greig Cameron and Magnus Gardham

Gloves off in Scottish sovereignty debate: The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth

Friday, February 15

Political tension as Shankill bomber held: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Robinson warns on IRA bomber arrest: Irish Independent

'Dissident rats who shot my son should be put down': Irish News

DUP and UUP agree single candidate for Mid-Ulster by election: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

McCallister quits over unity choice: Belfast Telegraph

Basil McCrea latest MLA to quit UUP: UTV

McCallister quits UUP over unity candidate: UTV

Churches speak out on civil unrest: Ballymoney Times

Officials 'blocked' from flags meeting: The News Letter

Man charged after Newtownabbey flags search: BBC

Official 'pulled' from flag meeting: Belfast Telegraph

Man exploited rioting to rob, court hears: Irish News

Waiting for an answer on how victims will be treated: BBC
Mark Devenport

IRA mortar accused freed after case fails: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Kavanagh

Dissident fears after prison scanner ruled out: The News Letter

Men arrested in Derry released: UTV

Pepper-spray thug held over Ryan murder: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

First NI terrorist fundraising case: UTV

Ex-RUC detective defends the right of former IRA spy to be employed as teacher: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick and Liam Clarke

Ex terrorists should not be teachers: The News Letter

Bloody Sunday families offered £50,000 compensation by MoD: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

£50,000 compensation offer to victims' families over Bloody Sunday is condemned as a 'repulsive insult': Daily Mail
Ian Drury and Christian Gysin

Equality call over £50k Bloody Sunday offer: The News Letter

Loyalist gets life for 1973 sectarian killing: Irish News

Why making money from a violent past troubles me: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Benefactors for Sinn Fein – it all seems a bit rich (Feb 13): Irish Independent

'Margaret Thatcher's' Northern Ireland 'battle bus' to be auctioned: BBC

Mission to Mali: The Irish Times

Celtic fan denies singing pro IRA songs at Dundee match: BBC

Sir John Major warns Conservative Eurosceptics to keep quiet or Britain could end up leaving EU: Daily Mail
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