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Saturday, Februay 28

'Border regions losing faith in PSNI' – Murphy: Newry Times
Paul Malone

First Minister pays 'historic' visit to West Belfast: Belfast Media
Ciara Quinn

Don't be fooled by the words, always judge Sinn Fein by their actions: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

West Belfast's first-ever UKIP candidate vows to knock on all doors: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

DUP General Election TV debate row looks set for the courts: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Executive must pursue more fiscal powers says Mid Ulster MLA: Mid Ulster Mail

'Sinn Fein abetted assault on the vulnerable' – Newry Councillor Kevin McAteer (Feb 23): Newry Times
Paul Malone

Row over MLA's William of Orange 'terrorist' tweet: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

'Yes I do like teddy bears – and people keep giving me rubber ducks' – Gerry Adams: Irish Independent

'Historic' visit by Peter Robinson to west Belfast: The News Letter

Alleged CIRA members were plotting policing board attacks, Belfast court hears: BBC

SDLP – 'Attempts to hold community to ransom will fail'-Ramsey: Derry Journal

Booby-trap poster bomb victim Francis McCabe is stable in hospital: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Crossmaglen – Police appeal after Frank McCabe Jr injured in bomb: BBC

Gritter lorry driver attacked by masked gang after refusing to take suspected bomb to Derry police station: Belfast Telegraph
Nevin Farrell

Jail term for man caught with bomb: The News Letter

Northern Ireland police win latest round in battle to hear Boston College tapes: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Inquests into Troubles deaths will be halted because 'no money is available to appoint investigators': Irish Independent

Pat Finuncane murder – Durkan meets Finucanes over public inquiry call: Derry Journal

Victims demand McDonnell meeting over McCreesh play park: The News Letter

O'Reilly clarifies remarks about what he saw in Northern Ireland: Washington Post
Paul Farhi

Following politics @StormontCircles:
Steven McCaffery

British have tried to copy 'best parts' of Irish economy, says chairman of Conservative Party: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Franco's facism couldn't kill Catalan. Peig's prose couldn't save Irish: The Irish Times
Richard Fitzpatrick

Tanaiste takes swipe at Gerry Adams at Labour conference: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Sinn Féin government would involve 'rule of fear': The Irish Times
Martin Wall

Sinn Féin slates council 1916 plan: The Kerryman

Irish government to help North commemorate Irish partition?: Irish Voice/

Unlikely alliance backing Bill (Feb 25): Belfast Telegraph

Scottish football clubs told – it's time to follow England, Europe and be liable for your fans (Feb 24): The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Friday, Februay 27

NI secretary warns of ongoing 'severe' threat from dissidents: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

UDA and UVF 'committed to ceasefire' – Villiers: UTV
Chris Chambers

Sinn Fein 'targeted by Crossmaglen poster bomb': The News Letter

Man seriously hurt by blast 'is the victim of a criminal campaign of intimidation': Irish News

NI Executive – Agreement reached on nine new Stormont department names: BBC

Don't ape blunders of welfare reform in Britain, Northern Ireland MLAs urge Stormont ministers: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

SF attempts to explain how welfare figures didn't add up: The News Letter

'SDLP should come clean on welfare deal' – Murphy: Newry Times
Paul Malone

The next time a politician squeals about 'Tory cuts' someone should point them towards poll (Oct 7): Belfast Telegraph
Mark Brotherston

Willie Frazer – Dublin victims' parade won't be repeat of 2006: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Politicians missed the OTRs' bus: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

BBC debate meeting 'useful' – Robinson: UTV
Jonathan Bell

BBC unmoved in TV election debates row: The News Letter

What kind of non-voter are you?: Belfast Telegraph
Bill White

Time will tell if DUP-Catholic Church 'alliance' is vote winner: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Top Orangeman – SF must earn respect for Irish language: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Blair was opposed to Bloody Sunday probe at first, says former spin doctor Alastair Campbell: Belfast Telegraph
Joanne Sweeney

SDLP asked for McCreesh vote – then didn't turn up: The News Letter
Sam McBride

College honors former Irish PM: Easton (MD) Star Democrat
Dorian Mitchell

PM David Cameron backs move to integrate St Mary's and Stranmillis teacher training colleges in Belfast: Belfast Telegraph

Time to rescue St Patrick from the political snakes: The News Letter
N R Greer

Think tank raises questions over NI corporation tax rate: BBC
John Campbell

When everyone pays their tax share, tax levels can stay low (Feb 23): The News Letter

Fine Gael needs to get tough with Labour & SF (Feb 22): Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Just 16% of Belfast Catholics go to Mass, says diocese survey: Belfast Telegraph
Joanne Sweeney

Northern Ireland MP of year award for Paisley: Ballymoney Times

Eoin Morgan DEFENDS right not to sing National Anthem before England matches: Daily Express
Gideon Brooks

Rangers fans to lobby First Minister for a ban on the use of 'hun': The Herald
Martin Williams

Is dialogue with Islamic State terrorists an option? It has precedent in NI troubles and Good Friday Agreement: Scottish Daily Record
Peter Cassidy

We swear – The Queen is still king in Canada.: Hamilton Spectator

Thursday, Februay 26

Sinn Fein minister Caral Ni Chuilin denies bias in cash for languages: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Middleton raises concern on Irish council branding: Londonderry Sentinel

Lady Sylvia Hermon backed by Ulster Unionists for Westminster: The News Letter

Cameron 'has sympathy' for DUP over debates: UTV

Margaret Ritchie 'will lose hundreds of votes over McCreesh debacle': The News Letter

Harding – Why I quit the UUP: Coleraine Times
Sam McBride

Don't rule out an Enda Kenny and Gerry Adams government after election: Irish Voice/
Eamon Delaney

Barack Obama's St Patrick's Day invite a sign our leaders are back in White House good books: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Our cheerleaders want to see progress: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Man injured in suspected dissident booby-trap bomb attack: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Security alert amid Prince Edward's Royal visit to Titanic Belfast: Belfast Telegraph

Compensation claim changes 'will put Orange halls at risk': The News Letter

Hands off our Peace Walls – Fountain residents: Londonderry Sentinel

UDA left me two minutes from death: The Sunday Life

Police – It's time to arrest this rancour in the ranks: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Ryder

Amnesty International – NI 'still not dealing with troubled past': BBC

Labour Party gives Pat Finucane family a 'cast-iron guarantee' of public inquiry: Belfast Telegraph
Amanda Ferguson

IRA victim's father calls for Scappaticci probe: UTV

Freedom of the City to be given to two former church leaders: Derry Journal

Borders area, north and south, is 'bandit country', Seanad told: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Joey Barton can help tackle sectarian education system: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

DUP under attack over 'political ambush' on councils: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Plans unveiled for single Belfast super-parade to mark 1916 centenary: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

US petition against 'anti-gay' Northern Ireland conscience clause bill gets 100,000 signatures in two days: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Unlikely allies as the Catholic Church backs DUP Conscience Clause Bill: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Presbyterian Church backs conscience clause: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Petitions of concern not democracy: Belfast Telegraph
John McCallister

A confident Tanaiste rounds on Gerry Adams over 'trampoline activities': Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Amy Macdonald – I will contact police after fake anti-Catholic tweet left me in tears (Feb 23): The Herald
Martin Williams

SPFL to review fan behaviour policy after sectarian singing criticism: The Herald

Scottish independence take two (Feb 25): The Scotsman
Andrew Whitaker

Wednesday, Februay 25

SDLP – 'DUP veto is an attempt to backtrack on power sharing'-Eastwood: Derry Journal

This is no way to run democracy: Belfast Telegraph
Samuel Morrison

TV election debates – DUP says BBC Trust to consider party's appeal against exclusion: BBC

Alasdair McDonnell 'swore at Martin McGuinness' in heated row: The News Letter
Sam McBride

The Ulster Protestant boasts so many more shades than simply red, white and blue: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

DUP block regulations for new councils in the assembly: BBC
Chris Page

No terror charges after man admits helping 'cigarette smuggler' in Derry McDaid had been accused over mortar bombs: Irish News

Former mayor identifies a problem with political parties: The News Letter

Humphreys becomes first Irish Minister to address UUP: Impartial Reporter

'Unionist call-in response to Newry Council Irish language disappointing' – O'Muiri: Newry Times

Ni Chuilin defends Ulster Scots funding: The News Letter

'Blind eye' shown to fuel laundering due to peace process – FF: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

SDLP councillor – Why I support naming park after IRA man (Feb 20): The News Letter
Sam McBride

We should have been there for Raymond McCreesh play park vote – SDLP: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Unionists vow new vote on McCreesh park name: The News Letter
Sam McBride

SDLP to boycott Magherafelt PCS over Sean Brown delays: Mid Ulster Mail

Kingsmills – TUV's Jim Allister hits out at Garda files delay: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Agreement brings bombings hope: Dundalk Democrat

Soldier's case of rough justice (Feb 19: Belfast Telegraph

Church group meets DUP, SDLP on freedom of conscience Bill: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

'Gay cake row' – Catholic Church supports DUP conscience clause: BBC

Prison guards keep bonus for dealing with subversives: Irish Examiner
John McCarthy

Negative campaigning continues to bring positive poll results for Sinn Féin (Feb 24): Irish Independent
Mandy Johnston

Expanding Ulster University's Magee campus 'a game-changer' for Derry (Feb 23): Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Trust lends more than £50m to community projects (Feb 24): Irish News

Irish protesters say Magna Carta anniversary celebrations are an 'insult': The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Irish centres burned down in sectarian attacks: Irish Independent
Michael McHugh

Community reps – report into Irish-Scots significantly flawed: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Rangers likely to escape action over sectarian chanting by fans: BBC

Referendum on Britain's EU membership will have a knock-on effect on Ireland, warning: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Tuesday, Februay 24

Ringland tribute to 'quiet voices': Belfast Telegraph

Unionists unite to call-in 'Irish first' decision on Newry Council logo: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Anti-democratic petitions of concern are a real cause for concern: The News Letter
Alex Kane

First leaders' debate to be held on 2 April: UTV

UUP councillor quits, saying he sees no future for established parties: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Fearghal McKinney – I think Martin McGuinness's criticism of us showed he was rattled: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

SDLP showing courage and cowardice in equal measure: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

We laugh as Gerry Adams wears a blindfold to titillate Twitter but the joke is on us (Feb 22): (from the Sunday Life)
Suzanne Breen

Lisa Dorrian – Crimestoppers offer £5k reward for information on ten-year anniversary of Co Down woman's disappearance: Belfast Telegraph
Ricky Thompson

Piers Morgan's annoyance with Irish cricketer for not singing national anthem creates some great debate: Sunday World
Neil Fetherston

'Twentieth attack' on memorial to soldiers: UTV

SDLP leader – My councillors were wrong on IRA park vote: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Teenage metal detector trawling Somerset river stumbles across hidden cache of 40 'IRA' weapons including 'Widow Maker' rifle and Nazi machine gun: Daily Mail
Jim Norton

Teaching certificate is unfair: Belfast Telegraph
Jeffrey Dudgeon

Magee – my part in its 'downfall' (Feb 18): Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

New Carrickfergus mural praised for showing more positive side of loyalist community: The News Letter

SF claim Burton made 'abuse slur': Irish Independent
John Downing

'Fuel smuggling funds political parties' – TD: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan

Authorities 'not ignoring cross-border smuggling': Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

Fuel laundering and tobacco smuggling costing up to €1bn annually: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Abandoning the Border isn't that wild an idea – and it would save a fortune: Irish Mirror
Paddy Clancy

Former terrorists still as powerful as ever: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Northern Ireland corporation tax cut will have 'transformative effect on investment, jobs and prosperity,' Theresa Villiers tells investors: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Taoiseach – NI Corporation Tax powers will help the whole island of Ireland: Irish Examiner

Kenny – Republic still committed to Narrow Water bridge: The News Letter

Belfast's Lord Mayor makes official visit to Dublin: UTV

Leo doesn't think Micheál Martin is important enough to debate:
Hugh O'Connell

Kenny and Adams, an unlikely pairing, have snookered FF and Micheál Martin: Irish Independent
John Downing

U2 Relive Northern Ireland's Violent Past in 'Every Breaking Wave' Video:
Kory Grow

Sectarian chanting? We've heard it all before . . . (Feb 23): The Herald
Michael Grant

Monday, Februay 23

DUP denies unionist election pact offer to ensure free run in East Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Political polls – Who to include and could polls replace elections? (Feb 18): Belfast Telegraph
Bill White

Cross-border force urged to crack down on smugglers: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

Provo criminals haven't gone away (Feb 22): Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

The era of immunity for south Armagh seems to be ending: The News Letter

PUP's Billy Hutchinson 'unscathed' after confrontation with UVF victim's relative: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Lisa Dorrian – Fresh appeal ahead of 10th anniversary of Bangor woman's disappearance: BBC

Terror witnesses 'leaked to member of public' (Feb 14): The News Letter

Coroner to rule on secret war office files: Derry Journal

Kincora – Only a full inquiry will do (Feb 20): Belfast Telegraph

Everybody wants to have their cake and eat it (Feb 10): The News Letter
N R Greer

Sinn Féin will support bid for Magee expansion – McGuinness (Feb 18): Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

Could Liverpool's Hope Academy be the model for mixed faith schools of Northern Ireland's future? (Feb 19): Belfast Telegraph

The unexpected success of Ulster as a base for film: The News Letter

Watch Gerry Adams read his tweets – and yes, he writes them himself:

Next election offers choice of Govt with different vision for Irish society – Gerry Adams: RTE

Micheál Martin calls for face-to-face debate with Taoiseach: The Irish Times
Sorcha Pollak

A changed land needs a changed Constitution (Feb 22): Sunday Independent
Emer O'Kelly

Increase in cross-border shopping from north to south (Feb 18): UTV

1916 relatives group to appoint new chairman: Irish Independent
Fiona Dillon

Stan Collymore – I've been proved right over Rangers sectarian chanting: Scottish Daily Record
Paul Cockerton

Pop star Amy Macdonald attacks Stan Collymore as Rangers row escalates: The Herald
Martin Williams

Official studies – it's football which fuels Scotland's sectarianism, not parades (Feb 20): The Herald
Gerry Braiden

How do we reform Britain? Wales may have the answer (Feb 19): The Guardian
Martin Kettle

Sunday, Februay 22

Provos' new 'dirty war' on 60,000 households: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Why bishops are a better hope for our future than politicians: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Lessons in doublespeak from a looking-glass land: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Welfare Reform – 'DUP and Sinn Féin have sold out Northern Ireland's most vulnerable' (Feb 19): Belfast Telegraph
Steven Agnew

Ring-fencing is a way to patch over the cracks (Feb 19): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

SDLP candidate Coyle says no to 'divisive politics': Tyrone Times

Mural 'backward step' – Beggs: Carrick Times

Revelling in their notoriety, Divis Hoods are a menace to society and a danger to themselves: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

McDonnell needs to speak out on McCreesh row (Feb 20): The News Letter

Amal Clooney set to fly out to fight for tortured Republican 'Hooded Men' – but will 'On The Run' IRA thugs ever face justice?: Daily Mail

Pastor questions why UDR man wrongly accused of murder denied compensation (Feb 19): Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Acorns Trust benefits from Justice4the21 charity concert (Feb 12): Birmingham Mail
Julie Hambleton

It's time to rid Northern Ireland of the conceit Irish is the language of republicanism: Belfast Telegraph
Lindsay Fergus

Tiocfaidh ár blather: Sunday Independent
Liam Fay

"Don't allow Irish to become a political tool" – Catalan Ombudsman (Feb 21): The Irish Times
Maitiú Ó Coimín

Revenue should have sent bilingual versions of local property tax booklet (Feb 20): The Irish Times

Boxing clubs vow to fight on for new body: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Ex-victims' charity boss called colleague 'fat b*****' and 'Castle Catholic', tribunal told (Jan 26): The Sunday Life
Christopher Woodhouse

Understated figure in social reconciliation of Northern Ireland (Feb 21): The Irish Times

Soldiers find missing Celtic sea-god statue in Co Derry forest: Mid Ulster Mail

Concern at British Army involvement in recovery of sea god statue: Derry Journal
Sheena Jackson

UDR fund offers help to former servicemen (Feb 14): Antrim Times

1916 relatives' group branded 'undemocratic': Irish Independent
Daniel McConnell

Easter Rising centenary should be 'shameless celebration', says UCD professor (Feb 21): The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Varadkar – Gerry Adams is a 'self-serving phoney': Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Taoiseach fails to rule out FG and SF in coalition: Sunday Independent
Jody Corcoran and John Drennan

Elusive Enda Kenny transports Gerry Adams to an angry place (Feb 19): The Irish Times
Miriam Lord

Medic's fury at SDLP leader Alasdair McDonnell's claims about foetus – 'God only knows why he said it': Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

Rangers faces investigation over alleged sectarian songs by fans: The Herald
Judith Duffy

Stifling debate on offensive Old Firm chants only encourages bigots: The Guardian
Daniel Taylor

New plays to tackle sectarianism: The Scotsman
Joyce McMillan

Saturday, Februay 21

British and Irish governments prepared a 'statement of defeat' to clinch new Northern Ireland peace deal, reveals Theresa Villiers: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Northern Secretary calls for fresh initiative to resolve north Belfast parade impasse: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Unionists hostile to Villiers' fresh parading proposals: The News Letter

Parties will have to put up or shut up on toxic parades issue: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Arlene Foster says DUP and UUP in election pact talks: BBC

As election looms closer, time is running out for a unionist electoral pact: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Pressure grows on Alasdair McDonnell to enter election debate: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Questions over veracity of McCreesh document sent to News Letter: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Alasdair McDonnell goes to ground over SDLP's Newry park decision: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Union flag protestor Jamie Bryson told police he was an Irish Republican and suggested a fictional gay relationship with Willie Frazer, court hears: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Elliott and Flanagan tweet row could end up in High Court: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Drugs gang behind spate of Belfast pipe-bombings: Belfast Media

Divis Hoods – Car hijacking crackdown 'won't end menace', says PSNI Chief Constable: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

'Love Ulster' rally set to take place on March 28: Irish Independent
Alan Murray

Possible loyalist link to Derry bomb scares: Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

Falklands veteran had a cache of bombs, court hears: Belfast Telegraph
John Cassidy

Bilingual signs campaign completed: Derry Journal
Sheena Jackson

Unionist councillors call-in 'Irish language first' decision on council logo name: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

David Cameron vows to investigate Birmingham pub bombings gag order: Belfast Telegraph

Protestant men get permission to sue over Troubles internment: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Interrogation of hooded men 'taped': Lurgan Mail

How Britain's treatment of 'The Hooded Men' during the Troubles became the benchmark for US 'torture' in the Middle East: The Independent
Paul Gallagher

Seamus Mallon hailed as 'great Irishman' at tribute dinner: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Gerry Adams – I've given the guards names of alleged IRA sex offenders:
Hugh O'Connell

Adams – I have never trampolined naked with a politician: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Investors raise questions about Sinn Féin's advance: The Irish Times
Arthur Beesley

Mervyn Storey in new deadline to produce report on adviser: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

DUP rejects blame for homophobic attacks: The News Letter

Experts say constitutional changes should look at subtlety of Irish translation: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Jeffrey Dudgeon – 'A reformer, not a revolutionary': The Irish Times
Fionola Meredith

Collymore dropped as BT Sport pundit in Rangers row: Belfast Telegraph
Helen William and Aine Fox

BT Sport – Stan Collymore does not want to work for us anymore over Rangers row: The Herald
Martin Williams

Suspect in 2012 Pitt bomb threats extradited from Ireland to Scotland: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Torsten Ove

Friday, Februay 20

Parade talks – Theresa Villiers has another shot at ending Ardoyne standoff... but fears 'Groundhog Day': Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Villiers in call for action to sort out parade dispute: The News Letter

Orange Order hits back at critics of land deals (Feb 18): The News Letter

Politician Gerry Carroll to open advice centre on notorious Falls-Shankill peace line: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Whatever happened to our 'peace dividend?' (Feb 17): Derry Journal

DUP pursuing judicial review over TV debate snub: The News Letter

DUP demands apology over 'inexcusable' TUV remarks: Banbridge Leader

Bilingual signs campaign completed: Derry Journal

Terror arrests policy review urged: Belfast Telegraph

Alerts end with two bombs found in Londonderry: The News Letter

Derry Alert – Thompson condemns those behind 'suspicious device': Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

Teenager shot in legs 'surrendered' to armed attackers when he heard his terrified little sister cry: Belfast Telegraph
Lindsay Fergus

Protest song campaign shocks Banbridge widow: Banbridge Leader

Birmingham pub bombings – David Cameron in pledge over secret documents: Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

Interrogations of hooded men were 'taped': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

UDR soldier cleared of Catholic murder – 'I've suffered far more than the guys who were found guilty and were then compensated': Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

DUP – Sinn Fein preventing open debate on conscience: The News Letter

Sinn Fein petition leaves DUP's conscience clause dead in the water: Belfast Telegraph
Joanne Sweeney

Stephen Brimstone – DSD deadline over DUP adviser report (Feb 18): BBC
Chris Page

PSNI whistleblower sparks probe over claims of corruption and bullying: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

SF TD insists IRA 'not involved' in cross-Border crime: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

No, Minister – a study guide to that teacher training spat: Belfast Media

Multi-faith school – A new way of sharing, rather than integrated education: Belfast Telegraph
Lindsay Fergus

Aman of principle and resolution (Feb 11): (from the Irish Echo)
Barbara Flaherty

Enda Kenny rules out coalition with Fianna Fáil or Sinn Féin: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Cold and calculating Gerry Adams is never a twit: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Radical political change unlikely in next Irish election: Irish Examiner
John Walsh

An Irishman's Diary: Patriot Games – cricket or rugby? a choice no longer (Feb 18): The Irish Times
Frank McNally

Green Fields of France 'written to tackle anti-Irish prejudice': The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

Tricolour could fly over British council for Easter Rising: Irish Independent

Ulster boxing clubs united in battle to fight as British: The News Letter

Stan Collymore campaigns for Rangers boycott over sectarian chants: The Herald
Martin Williams

Thursday, Februay 19

Revealed in full – The Stormont Castle Agreement which preceded December's deal: The News Letter

Robinson denies document shows he negotiated on parades: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Queen's academic on how the peace process is failing former prisoners: Belfast Media

NI council's use of Irish on logo criticised as 'cultural sectarianism': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Irish to be made first language in Northern Ireland council: Belfast Telegraph
Joanne Sweeney

SDLP backs 'Irish first' policy days after missing IRA park vote: The News Letter

SDLP could have done decent thing over Raymond McCreesh but lacked the courage: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

DUP will oppose Irish logo on north-west super council: Irish News
John Monaghan

Council logo launched but unionists want rid of bi-lingual wording (Feb 9): Impartial Reporter
Julie Kenwell

Ulster Scots funding available: Londonderry Sentinel

Castlederg Republican parade – DUP accuse police of 'wilful blindness' as court case is dismissed against organiser: Belfast Telegraph
Nevin Farrell

Supreme Court to hear loyalist flag protest handling appeal: BBC

365 days a year flag proposal falls at council: Coleraine Times

Craigavon councillors vote in year-round union flag display: Portadown Times

Derry bomb believed to be 'mortar type device': BBC

Dissidents 'have no mandate whatsoever' – McGuinness: Derry Journal
Sheena Jackson

Dissidents damaged but not finished: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Punishment attacks in NI rising as 'enforcers' ramp up assaults: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

East Belfast – Police concern over ACT residents' patrols: BBC

East Belfast street-patrol row borough 'safest in NI': The News Letter

West Belfast attack – Teenager shot in legs by masked gang in bedroom: BBC

Protestant and Catholic church leaders plan Northern Ireland's first multi-faith school: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Police widow Kate Carroll shocked at chart bid by song for husband's killers: The News Letter
Gemma Murray and Adam Kula

State 'obstructing' inquiry into death of Denis Donaldson, family says: The Irish Times
Paddy Clancy, Dan Griffin

Liam tells of his delight at appointment of Amal Clooney to hooded men's legal team: Belfast Media

Adviser fails to give inquest info: Belfast Telegraph

Emotions run high as Terry is cleared 44 years after wrongful conviction: Belfast Media
Ciara Quinn

Men held over 1972 sectarian murder of Catholic Patrick Benstead are freed: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Sinn Féin 'will block conscience clause bill': UTV

Stormont needs to evolve – the old way no longer works: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Jeb Bush to pick Meghan O'Sullivan as top foreign policy aide: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Cowen quotes his brother and rules out SF coalition: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Golden circle – pay of top Government advisers revealed: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Wednesday, Februay 18

Orange Order says it uses land funds to 'counter republicans' illegal proceeds': BBC
Declan Lawn

DUP and UUP – Cut from the same cloth yet forever at war: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

PSNI says bomb found in Derry estate 'designed to kill': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Currynierin device designed to kill says PSNI: Londonderry Sentinel

Tensions within notorious north Antrim UDA brigade: The Sunday Life
Ciaran Barnes

CCTV footage of IRA victims' memorial garden being vandalised: The News Letter

Sectarian slogans daubed on Catholic church after memorial to IRA murder victims vandalised: Irish News
John Monaghan

Catholic church 'scum' graffiti doesn't really bother us, says Belfast priest: Belfast Telegraph
Nevin Farrell

Carrick UDA say 'pay us' to take down recruitment mural: Sunday World
Richard Sullivan

Political leadership needed to stop divisive memorials: Belfast Telegraph

North Belfast project 'will tackle division': The News Letter

Omagh bombing – trial of suspect Seamus Daly will go ahead: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Three released over 1972 sectarian murder: UTV

Rev David McIlveen – Dr Paisley wasn't treated with respect and dignity he deserved: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Real hero of Homeland – writer and producer of hit US show saved soldier's life after IRA mortar attack (Feb 9): The Sunday Life
Stephen Gordon

Belfast – A capital city of which Northern Ireland is proud (Feb 15): The News Letter

UUP stresses value of shared education as more schools join scheme: The News Letter

SF accused of 'hypocrisy' over speed limit campaigns: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan

SF lead for now, but Coalition is a likelier long-term bet (Feb 15): Sunday Independent
John Drennan

A nation once again, but Gerry Adams is not happy: The Irish Times
Miriam Lord

Lizard of Oz – Australian anti-terror cops boot out former dissident republican bomb maker (Feb 9): The Sunday Life
Patricia Devlin

Archie Macpherson – Old Firm riot was like scene from Apocalypse Now but there's been a cultural change in football and it's time to allow fans a beer at the match: Scottish Daily Record
Keith McLeod

Tuesday, Februay 17

MLA backs Ukip's Farage on 'peace process a loathsome surrender' remark: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

SDLP welfare deal reform denial criticised by Peter Robinson: BBC
Chris Page

Executive didn't want more debt – days before it agreed £1bn loan: The News Letter
Sam McBride

350 badly injured victims of Northern Ireland Troubles may get allowance: Belfast Telegraph

Unionists struggling to make Belfast's electoral arithmetic add up: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Gerry Adams refuses to rule out becoming Taoiseach after next General Election: Irish Independent
Brian O'Reilly

Sinn Fein beating tribal drum particularly hard as poll looms: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Enda vs Adams is the big battle for prize of Easter 2016: Evening Herald

Union flag could fly again at Limavady Council offices: Derry Journal
Sheena Jackson

Women 'put off by Union Flags': Belfast Telegraph
Richard Wheeler

Ardoyne urban village project to revamp one of Belfast's most divided areas: Belfast Telegraph
Linda Stewart

Security alert in north Belfast ends with bomb discovery: The News Letter

Derry security alert – Major disruption continues as 'suspicious object' examined: Belfast Telegraph

Dissident republicans brawl with friends of murder victim: Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

Teen kicked in head in sectarian attack: Derry Journal

Terror memorials are widening divisions over past, warns academic: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Newtownards Road – Attack on memorial to IRA victims: BBC

Sectarian vandalism tears open old wounds: Belfast Telegraph
Joanne Sweeney

Three men arrested over 1972 sectarian murder of east Belfast man Patrick Benstead: Belfast Telegraph

Omagh bombing trial will go ahead: Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Féin MLA stands by 'Nobel' hunger striker remark: Irish News

Newry SDLP leader at golf club during IRA play park meeting: The News Letter

Coroner urges Brady family to produce 'C3' evidence: Irish News
David Young

Corporation tax more affordable than first thought, says Northern Ireland First Minister Peter Robinson: Belfast Telegraph

Paisley welcomes London-Dublin fuel smuggling probe: The News Letter

We Need Rights Charter ... Christians face prejudice too: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Freedom we enjoy in this country should never be taken for granted: The News Letter
Sammy Wilson

The cop who forced Target to drop their ludicrous Irish t-shirts: Irish Voice/
Seamus Palmer

Scottish Government – no plans to make Flower of Scotland the national anthem: The Herald
Magnus Gardham

Monday, Februay 16

Nigel Farage called Northern Ireland peace process 'utterly loathsome': The Guardian
Rowena Mason

War of words is evidence there's an election in air: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Controversy over Winston Rea interview tapes storage plans: The News Letter

East Belfast – 'I love it here, the people are so friendly' (Feb 3): Belfast Telegraph

Miami showband 40th anniversary tribute planned: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

IRA man McCreesh 'more worthy than Nobel winners': The News Letter

'Raymond McCreesh park name forces everyone in Northern Ireland to face hypocrisy of nationalists' (Feb 12): Belfast Telegraph
Samuel Morrison

Finlay launches scathing attack on Equality Commission: Ballymoney Times
Una Culkin

Sinn Fein's petty objections to plaque honouring Veronica are hypocritical (Feb 11): Sunday Independent
Willie Kealy

Murder of Veronica Guerin an 'assault on democracy' – Mary Lou McDonald: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor and Nicola Anderson

Kee attacks SF over 'privatisation' of PS transfer tests (Feb 8): Londonderry Sentinel

Unionists accused over transfer tests (Feb 3): Derry Journal

SF rules out coalition 'at any price' after poll gain: Irish Examiner
Fiachra Ó Cionnaith

Survey finds majority favours provision of services in Irish: The Irish Times
Éanna Ó Caollaí

Gab McFadden tries to rescue Irish from SF: The Irish Times
Miriam Lord

Wasting anger: Village
Michael Smith

Humanist celebrant – 'Schools are dominated by the Catholic Church': Irish Examiner
Kelly O'Brien

First meeting between Government and atheist group to take place (Feb 9): The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

There's no going back so we need a vision for the Republic (Feb 12): Irish Independent
Micheal Collins

Northern Ireland Troubles art archive of 500 works is now online (Feb 11): Belfast Telegraph
Nevin Farrell

National anthem offers opportunities: The Scotsman
Brian Ferguson

Sunday, Februay 15

Welfare debates – UUP boss Mike Nesbitt raps Martin McGuinness for 'irrational outburst': Belfast Telegraph
John Porter

McGuinness's welfare claim betrays his disdain for the Assembly: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Love Ulster organiser vows to stage multiple marches: Sunday World
Alan Sherry

Willie Frazer threatens further 'Love Ulster' rallies as Gerry Adams appeals to republicans to stay away from march next month: Sunday Independent
Alan Murray

Fears rogue UDA branch could 'paint town red': The News Letter

Devenney says extension of NCA means NI will not be 'soft touch': Londonderry Sentinel

Alban Maginness SDLP offices in north Belfast targeted: BBC

Anti-NCA graffiti daubed on SDLP offices: UTV

UVF murder victim's son told he 'didn't live through the Troubles': Ulster Herald

Boston tapes will not be held in US Consulate in Belfast: The Irish Times
Alan Erwin

Probe into why Kingsmills suspects were not arrested: The News Letter

Gardai quiz ex-IRA boss on sex abuse: Sunday Independent
Maeve Sheehan

Naming playground after IRA man "obscene" – victim (Feb 13): The News Letter

Kincora scandal – Abuse victim seeks Judicial Review over MI5 link to Belfast boys' home: Independent on Sunday
James Hanning

Catholic schools are embracing forum: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Church ponders Ford's position: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Seanad links up with Lords on Provo fuel scams: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Sinn Fein is most popular party in Ireland says new poll: Irish Voice/
James O'Shea

Poll – FG and SF will fight to lead government as FF, Independents fade: Sunday Independent
Jody Corcoran

Gerry Adams denies Sinn Fein tried to block Veronica Guerin memorial: Sunday Independent
Philip Ryan

Forget the 'hierarchy of victims' – we must remember our heroes (Feb 13): Irish Independent
Liam Collins

Sinn Féin extends hand of friendship to SNP: Sunday Herald
Peter Swindon

Is it time for the Commons to sit as an English parliament?: Sunday Telegraph
Iain Martin

How Northern Ireland solution could work in Ukraine: Irish Voice/
Chris O'Connor


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