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Sunday, January 15

A Sinn Féin change of leadership will not mean that the IRA has gone away: Sunday Independent
Jody Corcoran

NI secretary not contemplating alternatives to devolved government: BBC

Northern Ireland's politicians must forget about their differences and work for the people, says murdered policeman's widow Kate Carroll: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

North election may be called tomorrow: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Simon Hamilton's department refuse to release Arlene Foster's RHI correspondence (Jan 14): Irish News
Andrew Madden

Unionists fear that DUP might agree to fund legacy inquests: The News Letter

As DUP and UUP trade blows, what now for unionist unity?: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Both the DUP and Sinn Féin have angry supporters to placate: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

McCann looking forward to 'ferocious election' in Foyle (Jan 9): Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Arlene Foster's tarnished image could see DUP battered at the polling booths: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Foster's old-style unionism left chasm with McGuinness that could not be bridged (Jan 10): Irish Independent
David McKittrick

It's an Assembly that is not fit for purpose – McGuinness quitting is just the final straw (Jan 13): Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

Wrong politician has quit – but the day of reckoning for Arlene Foster is now closer (Jan 10): Irish Independent
Martina Devlin

The toddler politics of the North cannot be indulged: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Now that local government has failed, would direct rule be any worse than recent chaos?: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Sectarian politics has resulted in 50 wasted years (Jan 14): Irish News
Patrick Murphy

RHI is a huge scandal but SF is to blame for this divisive election: The News Letter
Editorial

Mary Lou McDonald says Sinn Féin are 'in transition' and she wants it to be 'seamless': TheJournal.ie
Rónán Duffy

Onus on SF's Murphy to give victims answers (Jan 14): Irish Independent
Editorial

Jeremy Corbyn's stance on Northern Ireland election candidates 'unhelpful', says Labour activists: Belfast Telegraph

'Threats made' to relative of couple hurt in Belfast shooting: BBC

Justice minister 'deeply concerned' over disappearance of David Black accused: Sunday World

Police reached out to Black family before McLaughlin's disappearance made public: Mid Ulster Mail
Shauna Corr

Bail scandal – sureties were eight times lower than family suggested: Tyrone Times

Cost of 'community hall' fund launched by Paul Givan quadruples (Jan 14): Irish News
John Manley

Givan 'must list recipients' of £1.9m community halls fund, says SDLP leader: BBC

Michelle O'Neill – Reform of abortion laws ruled out in wake of political collapse (Jan 14): Irish News
Michael McHugh

Impressions of Belfast and Northern Ireland as a first-time visitor: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Donal O'Dowd

The year that was 2016 is one to remember (Jan 5): Irish News
Allison Morris

Sinn Féin announce details of major conference on United Ireland: Newry Times

Brokenshire – Brexit will not be derailed by NI political crisis: The News Letter
Ed Carty

Communities not reassured by Border pledge (Jan 13): Irish Independent

What to expect from long-term Brexit effects: The Irish Times
John FitzGerald

Ireland – Brexit vote forces Dublin to seek new EU friends: Financial Times
Vincent Boland

May to call for national unity in major Brexit speech: The Irish Times

After months of non-answers, it's looking like we really are heading for a 'hard' Brexit: TheJournal.ie

Yes campaigners make proposals for Scottish pound in bid to improve IndyRef2 bid: Scottish Daily Record
Mark Aitken

Scottish Labour's 'new act of Union' pledge not backed by Jeremy Corbyn (Jan 13): The Herald

Celtic withhold £35,000 of ticket cash from Rangers to pay for trashed toilet: The News Letter
Andy Newport

Other countries have their own flaggers (Jan 11): Roanoke Times
Doug Cummings

Saturday, January 14

SF says election is 'not about giving DUP a bloody nose': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty, Vivienne Clarke and Harry McGee

Make this election a referendum on RHI scandal, says Nesbitt: The News Letter
David Young and Sam McBride

James Brokenshire stays in hope of Stormont deal: BBC

Speaker Robin Newton denies 'party political motivation' over RHI statement: BBC

RHI Scandal – DUP MLA accuses BBC of 'regime change' over coverage: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Givan's decision won't appease SF... but it will alienate unionist hardliners: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Arlene Foster alerts PSNI to 'beheading' threat: BBC

Martin McGuinness – Beheading remarks on social media are 'shameful': Irish Examiner
Daniel McConnell

One year on from her famous victory 'arrogant Arlene' faces stormy waters: Irish Independent
Suzanne Breen

SF's batteries are recharged, but Foster still has some power left: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

A form of shared Ulster nationalism has helped Stormont survive so long: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Why an election now will just make a bad situation even worse: Belfast Telegraph
Rick Wilford

This Executive possessed more potential than all its predecessors. So why did it implode?: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Welcome to La La Land as NI politicians risk hard-won peace for party gains: Irish Independent
Mandy Johnston

How on earth did Sinn Féin and DUP to get this point within weeks?: Belfast Telegraph
Edmund Curran

Game of chicken comes home to roost for DUP: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Northern Ireland – No end to tribal politics: The Irish Times
Editorial

Lawyer taking Brexit escape route case in Irish courts confident of success: The Irish Times
Vivienne Clarke

Article 50 may have already been 'accidently' triggered by British PM: Irish Examiner
Dan Buckley

'Political deadlock' in Northern Ireland will NOT delay Brexit claims Theresa Villiers: Daily Express
Ajay Nair

Commons report says Brexit must not rock NI stability: ITV

Irish trepidation ahead of May's Brexit speech: Irish Examiner
Eamon Quinn

DUP backs Brexit but deliberations on the future of Irish border could end up aiding Sinn Féin ambitions: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Justice minister 'deeply concerned' over disappearance of David Black accused: Sunday World

Parents of man beaten to death by IRA will be 'utterly disgusted' if Murphy replaces McGuinness: Irish Independent
Paul Williams

The bail scandal has been met with alarming indifference: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Belfast couple shot in legs after refusing to hand over son to republican paramilitaries: Daily Telegraph

West Belfast husband and wife shot after west Belfast pub row: Irish News
Connla Young

Fears growing dissident republicans planning retaliation attack on Kinahans on behalf of Hutch gang: Irish Mirror
Emma McMenamy

CCTV footage at 'core' of inquest into death of Real IRA man John Brady: Irish News
Michael McHugh

Murdered prison officer's family urge questioning of Gerry Adams: The Irish Times
Sarah Bardon

Alliance put forward Nuala McAllister to be Belfast's new Lord Mayor: Belfast Live
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Stack calls on gardaí to question Adams on father's murder: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan

Teebane massacre – 'Only an inquiry will give my brother David the justice he deserves': Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Máirtín Ó Muilleoir challenges 1737 law that bans Irish in court: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Southern Irish speakers 'cannot understand SF': The News Letter

Northern Ireland Assembly divided by Irish language: BBC
Ciaran Dunbar

Bus signage as Gaeilge proposal 'great news' for Derry – Colr.: Derry Journal

Future of land border with Republic of Ireland brings MPs to Guildhall: Londonderry Sentinel

Sturgeon rules out second Scottish independence referendum this year (Jan 9): The Guardian
Jessica Elgot

Nicola Sturgeon facing Brexit dilemma (Jan 10): The Herald
Editorial

Friday, January 13

Sinn Féin rejects governments' efforts to find way out of crisis: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty and Harry McGee

Governments admit election is likely as Stormont heads for collapse: Irish Independent
Michael McHugh, David Young and Deborah McAleese

Naomi Long says DUP asked Alliance to lobby against snap election: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Election will only make things worse, says Willie Hay: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Arlene Foster 'should have resigned' over RHI, former NIO adviser claims: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Adams call for Foster to step aside 'hypocritical': The News Letter

Four potential successors to Martin McGuinness named by Sinn Féin TD: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

Conor Murphy is the 'front-runner' to lead Sinn Féin into an upcoming Assembly election, says Brian Feeney: Irish News
John Monaghan

DUP 'bereft of credibility and honesty' says Jones: The News Letter

DUP likely to remain largest party, pollster suggests: Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

DUP confident of support as it 'clears decks' for election: The News Letter

Sinn Féin believes Assembly election will suit party's interests: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

DUP declines to rule out SF demand for legacy inquests into state killings: The News Letter

Irish language bursary funding 'found' says Paul Givan: BBC

Restoration of Irish language grant 'too little too late', says Sinn Féin: The Irish Times
Harry McGee and Gerry Moriarty

Sinn Féin Irish language spokesperson Kevin Campbell says Givan was forced into Líofa u-turn: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Allister – DUP in 'concession mode' to Sinn Féin: The News Letter

Attorney General says he will not play a direct role in current political crisis: Irish News
Allison Morris

'I am not damaged goods,' says Foster as she outlines how she planned to recoup RHI millions: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Political system means parties can spark crises when they do not get their own way: The News Letter
Owen Polley

Stormont crisis – Looming poll shaping up to be yet another dreary tribal tussle: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Sinn Féin is sacrificing Stormont to sideline DUP in Brexit negotiations: Irish Independent
Malachi O'Doherty

Hope and history rhymed for Arlene Foster but she did not hear them: The Irish Times
Eamonn Mallie

Despite long history of political deadlocks, DUP and Sinn Féin struggle to manage a crisis: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Kelly

Gerry Adams' comments signal split with Martin McGuinness amid Sinn Féin divisions: The Independent
Siobhan Fenton

Equality, partnership, respect – without these we do not have genuine power-sharing: Belfast Telegraph
Martin McGuinness

Hibernians back McGuinness, criticize U.S. retreat: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Martin McGuinness criticises the Irish Times, saying he wants his privacy respected during illness: TheJournal.ie
Christina Finn

Why real reason for Martin McGuinness' resignation is that Arlene has been running rings round him: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Martin McGuinness's legacy would be set if he said IRA now prepared to tell Troubles victims the truth: Belfast Telegraph
Kathryn Johnston

McGuinness put us on path to a better future: Irish News
Alex Kane

David Black murder – Investigation into suspect's monitoring: BBC

Bail scandal – DOJ started bail decisions review in October: The News Letter
Shauna Corr

Bail scandal – police waited 11 days after house search to act: The News Letter

Damien McLaughlin bail case raises serious concerns: Irish News
Editorial

Man and woman in 50s shot in the legs in west Belfast: Sunday World
Jamie McDowell

Feud victim 'may have been on Regency Hotel kill team': Irish Independent
Ken Foy

Vandalism attack on Orange Order hall is condemned: Belfast Telegraph

Police to quiz Jamie Bryson over Nama probe 'coaching' row: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Is Rory McIlroy sending a message about his nationality?: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

EU not opposed to open Border with the North, Revenue says: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

North election may clash with Brexit talks, Taoiseach warns: Irish Examiner
Elaine Loughlin

UK barrister steps up Irish challenge to EU exit: Irish Independent
Shane Phelan

Thursday, January 12

Stormont crisis – Sinn Féin rule out negotiations as Secretary of State says 'high likelihood' of Northern Ireland election: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Governments not hopeful of avoiding Assembly elections: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Talks only credible if Foster goes, says Adams: Irish Examiner
Fiachra O Cionnaith

Arlene Foster's U-turn over RHI public inquiry 'is too little, too late': Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Sinn Féin not interested in talks to save coalition, says minister: Belfast Live
Ed Carty

Sinn Féin split on new talks to avoid election: Irish Independent
John Downing

SF leadership to update members on political situation at Derry meeting: Derry Journal

Northern Ireland may face two elections, admits Brokenshire: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Sinn Féin withdraws from Stormont committees: Irish News

Seamus Mallon says NI 'corruption' inquiry may help resolve crisis: The Irish Times
Elaine Edwards

Gerry Adams not ruled out as McGuinness' replacement as Deputy First Minister: Belfast Telegraph
Philip Ryan

DUP's proposals to reduce RHI overspend 'finally' given to finance minister: Irish News
Claire Simpson

British direct rule would place Northern Ireland at 'mercy of hard Brexit government', says SDLP: The Independent
Ashley Cowburn

SDLP backs British-Irish rule if Northern Ireland devolution fails: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

'There can be no joint rule in NI' – Allister: The News Letter

Why Brexit means Irish unity is now inevitable: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Kevin Meagher

Stormont crisis is a problem for Dublin as Brexit looms (Jan 11): Irish News
Deaglan de Breadun

North no longer the priority it once was for governments: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

DUP dictatorship reduced SF to Cinderella role: Irish News
Allison Morris

Sinn Féin's concern is votes, not recouping money for taxpayer: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan

Mike Nesbitt and Colum Eastwood think they're Batman and Robin. They are more like Laurel and Hardy: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

North's mollycoddled politicians have to fix this themselves: Irish Independent
Mick Fealty

Arlene Foster may be down but she's far from out as DUP leader now facing a fight on all fronts: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Mary Lou will give Sinn Féin a fresh start if Adams leaves: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan

Nationalists must stop using equality as flag of convenience: The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

Culture of blame means goodwill of Good Friday gone: Irish Independent
Alex Kane

Northern Ireland political crisis will not delay Article 50, says Theresa May: The Independent
Ashley Cowburn

Could political turmoil in North actually help in Brexit talks?: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

It's crucial Northern voices can be heard in Brexit talks: Irish Independent
Charlie Flanagan

Martin McGuinness receiving treatment for amyloidosis: The Irish Times
Paul Cullen

Martin McGuinness quit 'to go home to be with his family': Derry Journal

Love your enemies, says DUP man on McGuinness illness: The News Letter
Sam McBride

McGuinness should tell his story and set record straight to help victim families: Irish Independent
Kathryn Johnston

Disparity towards Irish over Ulster-Scots – DUP: The News Letter

Protest over decision to axe Irish language bursary to be held at department HQ: Irish News
John Monaghan

Dee Stitt associate flees UDA mob under police guard: Irish News
Allison Morris

Police continuing investigation into 'coaching' of Stormont witness: Belfast Telegraph

Murdered prison officer's family 'let down' by justice system: ITV

Consensus still needed for Troubles investigation unit – NIO: The News Letter

Troubles probes are 'hitting Army recruitment': Belfast Telegraph
Richard Wheeler

Family of Belfast man shot dead in 1972 say police reports clear his name: Irish News
Connla Young

Pub bombs – Council unites to confirm posthumous Freedom of City for 21 victims: Birmingham Mail
Neil Elkes

If elderly soldiers are in the dock, so must be elderly IRA men: The News Letter
Editorial

Brokenshire insists that 'northern side' of Carlingford Lough belongs to the UK: TalkoftheTown.ie

Wednesday, January 11

Arlene Foster says she is open for discussions with Sinn Féin: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

DUP's Arlene Foster calls for public inquiry into failed Renewable Heating Incentive scheme: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

McDonald turns down offer from Foster to begin talks over 'cash for ash' enquiry: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan

Sinn Féin TD accuses the DUP of 'arrogance': The Irish Times
Elaine Edwards

NI situation 'grave' – Brokenshire: ITV

UUP's Nesbitt claims Sinn Féin 'putting self-interest above discovery of truth' over RHI: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

SF welfare reform cost £114m with no collapse: The News Letter

UUP's Nesbitt says Brokenshire could suspend Assembly and call RHI public enquiry if SF and DUP return to power after election: Belfast Telegraph

DUP's Jeffrey Donaldson 'unconvinced' Northern Ireland power-sharing institutions can be restored: Belfast Telegraph

Brokenshire and Foster withdraw from 'Post Brexit' event amid Stormont crisis: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Justice Minister "truly fearful" for future of Northern Ireland: The News Letter
Niall Deeney

Sinn Féin figures queue up to air list of grievances: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Arlene Foster will want Northern Ireland election fought on any subject other than RHI cash for ash fiasco: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

North looking at a new election landscape: The Irish Times
Nicholas Whyte

NI's political crisis playing out in court of public opinion: ITV

RHI scandal – Northern Ireland 'faces brutal election': BBC

A calculated abandonment of Sinn Féin's strategy under McGuinness: The News Letter
Sam McBride

McGuinness resignation comes at pivotal moment for Sinn Féin: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

McGuinness's resignation focuses minds but relations may be damaged irreparably: Irish News
John Manley

McGuinness has gone. Stability in Northern Ireland may go with him: The Guardian
Malachi O'Doherty

SF move stops cap on RHI costs or an inquiry: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Why Northern Ireland is on the brink of a snap election – and why it matters: New Statesman
Stephen Bush

Both Sinn Féin and DUP damaged by 'cash for ash' row: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

North badly needs cooling-off period or this crisis will spiral: Irish Independent
Bertie Ahern

Theresa May 'risking Northern Irish peace process to secure DUP's Brexit votes': The Independent
Siobhan Fenton

Foster cannot move agenda forward without help of opponents: The Irish Times
Jon Tonge

Northern Ireland election might seem pointless but republicans see it as an opportunity to reset imbalance within Executive: Belfast Telegraph
Daithi McKay

The DUP's inflexibility could see Sinn Féin hardliners fill vacuum: Irish Independent
Shane Coleman

Normal politics in the North still a pipe dream: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Gerry Adams entry into the fray turned row toxic – if McGuinness had been well he would have found a way to some kind of compromise: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Foster should take responsibility and go: The Scotsman
Editorial

Ahern's solution to impasse has merits: Irish Independent
Editorial

Martin McGuinness 'very resilient', says Gerry Adams: BBC

McGuinness only person capable of making SF in government work, ex-IRA member says: The Irish Times
Shane Hickey

Sinn Féin leaders refuse to speculate on Martin McGuinness candidacy: Irish Examiner
Fiachra O Cionnaith

McGuinness's charm brought him a long way in politics: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

McGuinness letter of resignation was steeped in sanctimony: The News Letter
Editorial

SF want 'more soldiers in the dock' – Dodds: ITV

Ministers urged to use political crisis in Northern Ireland to end probe into British soldiers over killings during the Troubles: The Sun
Tom Newton Dunn

Secretary of State – I can't block historic investigations into soldiers: The News Letter

Relatives of IRA bomb victims want to overturn Larkin decision: Londonderry Sentinel

Bail scandal – PSNI finally break silence over suspect's disappearance: Tyrone Times
Adam Kula

Bail scandal – we must review rules says David Black's son: The News Letter

Tuesday, January 10

Martin McGuinness resigns as Northern Ireland Deputy First Minister as power-sharing deal collapses: The Independent
Siobhan Fenton

Assembly collapse inevitable, says Allister: The News Letter
Niall Deeney

Arlene Foster criticises Sinn Féin for pulling out of Executive: ITV

Sinn Féin 'letting DUP off the hook' over RHI scandal, UUP leader says: Impartial Reporter
Michael McHugh

SDLP – 'Enforce accountability at the ballot box': The News Letter

Irish Foreign Affairs Minister 'regrets' McGuinness' resignation: ITV

Secretary of State releases statement after Martin McGuinness resigns: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Foyle MP blames Foster for leaving McGuinness no choice and fuelling uncertainty: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

First Minister Arlene Foster not immune to criticism in Fermanagh: Irish News
Gareth McKeown

RHI – DUP Economy Minister Hamilton refusing to say why he can't name names: Belfast Telegraph
Claire O'Boyle

Blame game begins as Martin McGuinness resigns: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

SF's key demand could mean there is no inquiry into RHI scandal: The News Letter
Sam McBride

I want an investigation into RHI and will work to right what went wrong: Belfast Telegraph
Arlene Foster

RHI – Choreography may yet offer face-saving way out of early election in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Still time to pull back from brink following McGuinness resignation: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Martin McGuinness resigns – What happens next?: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

SF will find it very difficult to surge past DUP without their former 'bogey man': Irish Independent
Jim Cusack

North braces for bitter election as McGuinness quits over Foster's handling of 'Cash for Ash' controversy: Irish Examiner
Daniel McConnell

Grassroots revolt as the Sinn Féin leadership at last playing catch-up: Irish Independent
Suzanne Breen

Scrapping of Irish language bursary 'straw that broke the camel's back': Irish News
Paul Ainsworth and Allison Morris

Shakespearean tragedy ends with an election that nobody in the North wants: Irish Independent
Tom Kelly

Crisis as McGuinness reaches breaking point: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Martin McGuiness's departure represents failure on all sides: The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

The Sinn Féin leader is signalling the end of a very fraught era in the North: Irish Independent
John Downing

Arlene Foster is largely responsible for RHI chaos and should step aside ... for good: The News Letter
Alex Kane

DUP's Arlene Foster burning in a fire of her own making: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

McGuinness's exit shows fragility of the Northern institutions: Irish Independent

The Guardian view on Northern Ireland – there may be trouble ahead: The Guardian
Editorial

Time of uncertainty as power-sharing falters: Irish News
Editorial

'The Irish Times' view – NI Assembly election a price worth paying: The Irish Times
Editorial

Resignation at Stormont – Impasse rooted in a violent past: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Martin McGuinness denies health is behind his decision to resign as deputy First Minister of Northern Ireland: Irish Mirror
Chris Sherrard and David Maher

The boy from Bogside who was Britain's 'number one terrorist' – but also a chief negotiator in lasting peace: Irish Independent
Clodagh Sheehy

McGuinness resignation – The latest chapter in a remarkable political career: TheJournal.ie
Aoife Barry

Martin McGuinness has earned sympathy and respect: Irish News
Fionnuala O'Connor

Fears of a Brexit delay after Martin McGuinness's resignation as Deputy First Minister leads to Ulster chaos: Daily Mail
Jason Groves and James Tapsfield

James Brokenshire and Arlene Foster due to attend London 'Post Brexit' event: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Now is the time to cut our ties with Brexiting Britain: The Irish Times
Phil Hogan

Upheaval to highlight North's unique position: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

Now North's interests are at risk of being lost in Brexit talks: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Choosing post-Brexit partners – Time to step out of British shadow: Irish Examiner
Editorial

A terror accused goes missing and police have nothing to say: The News Letter
Editorial

Justice system has betrayed Black family: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Pair jailed over £2.6m fuel laundering fraud: The News Letter

It's now time to confront the lies told for years about RUC's intrepid Special Branch: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Indyref2 looks closer than ever after Theresa May's single market signal: Scottish Daily Record
David Clegg

Monday, January 9

Eastwood calls on DUP executive to force Arlene Foster to step aside: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Sinn Féin using RHI scandal to win politicall concessions, DUP MP says: Irish Independent
David Young

DUP could use petition of concern on speaker motion: The News Letter

RHI – DUP and SF accused of treating scandal like 'soap opera': BBC

Our system of government is not fit for purpose: Irish News
Tom Kelly

RHI scandal shows need for triple lock on finances: Irish News
John Dallat

Sinn Féin will have no shortage of contenders if Deputy First Minister is forced to bow out of front line post: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Crunch time for Sinn Féin as Stormont teeters: Irish News
Patrick Murphy

Politics can be sexist, but Arlene Foster was wrong to play the misogyny card: The Spectator
Rachel Cunliffe

Arlene Foster has gone low in her response to RHI criticism: Irish News
Claire Simpson

RHI scandal – Don't kid yourself that an election would be about repairing dysfunctional government (Jan 6): Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Deadlock in Northern Ireland – The illusion of power-sharing (Jan 7): The Irish Times
Editorial

Political posturing starting to detract from core RHI issue (Jan 6): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Paul Givan is 'an ignoramus' for scrapping Irish language scheme, Gerry Adams says: Irish News
John Monaghan

Heated debate over competing statuses of Irish and Ulster Scots: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Speaker's position and Irish language grants should not be bargaining chips: Irish News
Editorial

Slaying the sectarian dragon: Irish Catholic
Michael Kelly

Hibernians to make a comeback: Fermanagh Herald

Police won't comment over lack of appeal for missing murder suspect: Irish News
Allison Morris

No other country in the West would treat terror charges as lightly as Northern Ireland does (Jan 7): The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Latest paramilitary-style shooting in west Belfast sparks warning of 'new tyranny': Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

My dad was 'pub bombs victim number 10' (Jan 6): Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

Monument to murdered Reavey brothers unveiled in south Armagh: Irish News
Allison Morris

Ombudsman – Legacy structures are imbalanced but Stormont deal offers better way forward (Jan 6): The News Letter
Michael Maguire

Fine Gael rules out coalition with Sinn Féin despite Regina Doherty's claim: Irish Examiner
Elaine Loughlin

'Brian Burns is a great benefactor to Sneem': The Kerryman
Dónal Nolan

Peace process is central to Brexit talks – Hogan: Irish Independent
John Downing

Muddled or not, we're still waiting on May's Brexit plan: Irish Independent
John Downing

Brexit 'muddled thinking' – Unconvincing: Irish Examiner
Editorial

'He's just a boy who loves his team' – Mum of Celtic fan Jay Beatty hits back at online trolls: Scottish Daily Record
Cheri Burns

Sunday, January 8

Sinn Féin could pull out of Stormont to trigger Northern Irish election, Gerry Adams signals: Independent on Sunday
Siobhan Fenton

Failure must not sink system that maintains our precarious peace: Belfast Telegraph
Laurence Robertson

Colum Eastwood on RHI scandal, Brexit and challenges for 2017 (Jan 4): Derry Journal
Colum Eastwood

RHI scandal – Arlene Foster is tough but she's not immune to horrific online abuse: Belfast Telegraph
Mairia Cahill

Arlene Foster has managed to squander a golden opportunity (Jan 5): Irish News
Newton Emerson

Playing misogyny card has left Foster as a busted flush (Jan 7): Irish Independent
Martina Devlin

There is no need for Arlene Foster to step aside temporarily: The News Letter
Editorial

Executive parties poles apart on snap election? Think again, they've already got it sewn up (Dec 28): Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Elliott calls for stricter bail conditions following David Black murder case development: Mid Ulster Mail
Kevin Mullan

PSNI investigate 'racism' claim by officer (Jan 5): ITV

Chief whip Doherty in shock offer to Sinn Féin: Sunday Independent
Cormac McQuinn and Philip Ryan

Troubles victims 'given a voice' in emotive play: The News Letter

Tenth anniversary of David Ervine's death remembered: ITV

Widow leads tributes to former PUP leader: The News Letter

David Ervine's brother fears loyalist backlash over 'marginalisation': The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Garda killers working with Provo drug smugglers: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Council demands assurances from NIO over Derry electoral jobs: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Rory McIlroy: I don't know the words to Irish or British anthem – I don't feel a connection to either flag: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Old Bailey bomber Dolours Price left €700k after drug overdose: Sunday Independent
Liam Collins

Arlene Foster – Can't see all the haters when I got my love glasses on: Belfast Telegraph

It is naive to say Ireland would never leave the EU (Jan 6): The Irish Times
Noel Whelan

All of Ireland needs a soft Brexit, so Belfast instability unwelcome ahead of UK exit talks (Jan 5): Irish Independent
Editorial

It will take at least five years to hammer out the Brexit deal: Sunday Independent
John Downing

Sturgeon reiterates hard Brexit threat of Scottish independence vote: The Guardian
Severin Carrell

Scotland lost its say in Brexit when it rejected independence: Scottish Daily Record
Alex Bell

Alex Salmond blasts Theresa May as he tells Scots to prepare for a second independence referendum: Scottish Sun
Alex Salmond

Old Firm rules no longer apply – Rangers shouldn't be measured against Celtic any more (Jan 5): The Herald
Graeme Macpherson

Police Scotland and the role of Gaelic in public life (Dec 30): The Herald
Editorial

Saturday, January 7

First Minister confident of reaching deal with Sinn Féin but maintains she won't step aside for probe: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

DUP and Sinn Féin appear closer to deal on RHI investigation: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

RHI scandal – Sinn Féin digs in over probe demands and DUP leader stepping aside: Belfast Telegraph
Claire O'Boyle

DUP and SF move closer on inquiry, but not on Foster: The News Letter
Sam McBride, David Young and Deborah McAleese

Eastwood accuses Sinn Féin of exerting itself to avoid public RHI probe: Derry Journal

Sammy Wilson 'wrong' to say RHI deal on the cards, says Sinn Féin minister O Muilleoir: Belfast Telegraph

RHI scandal makes us all second class citizens, says McCann: Derry Journal

Poll – Arlene Foster's leadership rating plummets from 49% to 29%: Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

RHI scandal – DUP MP wrongly tells Radio 4 that GB scheme was as bad: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Martin McGuinness has led from front despite decade of disrespect and we will move to end RHI saga – Adams: The News Letter
Kevin Mullan

RHI scandal – 'I cannot call public inquiry' says Claire Sugden: BBC

Amid DUP-SF standoff, Sugden puts forward a compromise: The News Letter

Belfast councillors back call for donations to political parties to be revealed: Belfast Live
Sarah Scott

UUP MP calls on Westminster to reverse St Andrews provisions: The News Letter
Niall Deeney

How many more scandals will DUP tolerate? asks ex-councillor Palmer: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Stormont 'cash for ash' fallout sees Sinn Féin call for Speaker Robin Newton to quit: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

McIlveen 'unlikely' to remain in the DUP after criticising party leader: Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

RHI scandal – Hamilton 'in cloud cuckoo land': BBC

DUP's Hamilton and SF's O'Muilleoir to hold 'clear-the-air' talks over RHI £400m overspend: Belfast Telegraph

RHI – What happens if Sinn Féin pulls out of the executive?: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Voice of a public livid over RHI has been heard loudly within Stormont: The News Letter
Sam McBride

RHI scandal – After internal dispute, DUP close ranks around Arlene Foster: The News Letter
Sam McBride

SDLP turns the screw on republicans over inquiry: Belfast Telegraph

Key issue in any snap election would be DUP's veto: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Adams telling Arlene Foster to stand down? It's high time for Gerry to be decommissioned: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Arlene may be able to survive this siege, but Stormont needs to be more accountable: Belfast Telegraph
Jon Tonge

I'm not seeking a DUP scalp – Stormont is held in contempt by large part of our population: Belfast Telegraph
Mike Nesbitt

Legal wrangling could scupper RHI investigations: Irish News
Newton Emerson

RHI scandal blame extends far beyond Foster but will she survive or suffer same fate as Faulkner?: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

'Publicly-funded loyalist community group told me I was under threat', claims woman forced from home: Irish News
John Monaghan

Brian McIlhagga's father calls on killer gang to hand themselves in: Belfast Telegraph
Nevin Farrell

Man shot in legs in paramilitary style shooting in West Belfast: Belfast Live
Sarah Scott

David Black murder – Damien McLaughlin 'not seen since November': BBC

Disappearance of David Black suspect 'utterly outrageous': The News Letter

Courts must urgently explain lenient bail policy for terror cases: The News Letter
Editorial

Kingsmills families in legal threat to see files: Belfast Telegraph

Mid Ulster MLA calls on DUP minister to reconsider decision to scrap Irish bursary: Tyrone Times

Stormont no-show fuels concern over Martin McGuinness' health: Belfast Telegraph
Claire O'Boyle

Sickening comments mocking Celtic superfan Jay Beatty on Rangers fan forum probed by cops: Scottish Daily Record
Annie Butterworth

Sturgeon offers to shelve independence vote in return for soft Brexit: The Guardian
Severin Carrell

Friday, January 6

DUP and Sinn Féin to hold 'clear the air' meeting over 'cash for ash': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Executive under threat as 'clear the air' talks flounder: Irish News
John Manley

NI Secretary seeks parties' views on funding clarity: BBC

Arlene Foster is unlikely to lead the DUP into the next election: The News Letter
David McIlveen

SF – Foster stance 'makes mockery' of institutions: ITV

'Sore' David McIlveen can't back up claims of diminishing support for Arlene Foster, claims Sammy Wilson: Belfast Telegraph

RHI scandal – Foster to blame for omnishambles, says ex-DUP MLA: The News Letter
Sam McBride

RHI scandal – Gerry Adams says Stormont at 'defining point': BBC

RHI scandal – DUP cite sources for claim parties wanted subsidy rise: The News Letter
Adam Kula

McIlveen 'went along with the mob' – Wilson: The News Letter

David McIlveen – DUP confused between humility and humiliation and detached from reality over RHI: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

RHI scandal – McIlveen claims internal 'fear' of some DUP advisors: The News Letter

UUP MLA who quit DUP urges old party colleagues to break ranks: The News Letter
Niall Deeney

Ó Muilleoir denounces DUP plan for RHI as 'sticking plaster': BBC

Prospect of Stormont collapse over 'cash for ash' closer: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Sinn Féin will back plan to recover heat row cash – DUP: Irish Independent
Adrian Rutherford

DUP's RHI plan a 'sticking plaster' – Ó Muilleoir: ITV

RHI – Where is Claire Sugden?: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

I'm not seeking a DUP scalp – Stormont is held in contempt by large part of our population: Belfast Telegraph
Mike Nesbitt

By crying wolf over sexism, Arlene Foster undermines other women's achievements: Daily Telegraph
Rachel Cunliffe

RHI – I don't buy Arlene Foster's sudden awareness of misogyny: Belfast Telegraph
Clare Bailey

Arlene is now preparing the way for an early election: Irish News
Alex Kane

Arlene Foster cornered – Cash-for-ash scandal: Irish Examiner
Editorial

'Publicly-funded loyalist community group told me I was under threat', claims woman forced from home: Irish News
John Monaghan

Man in court over attack on David Ervine memorial chair: Belfast Live
Alan Erwin

Teen charged with causing damage to War wreaths: Londonderry Sentinel

Brian McIlhagga murder – 'Killer gang did things you couldn't do to a dog': Belfast Live
Nevin Farrell

Why no public outcry at Gerry Adams paying homage to the notorious fascist thug Sean South?: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Troubles legacy set to cast shadow over 2017: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Kingsmills delays are 'orchestrated' says sole survivor: The News Letter

Think before joining British Army – Mac Giolla Easbuig: Donegal News

'Won't be long' before calls to leave EU says John Halligan: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

Christians losing out in Titanic freebie, says DUP's Jim Wells: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Irish passports – 68,000 NI applicants since Brexit vote: ITV

Northern Ireland dismantles barrier between Catholic and Protestant schools, offering lessons for Israel: Haaretz
Or Kashti

Thursday, January 5

Calls for me to resign are sexist, says Northern Ireland's first minister: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Female MLAs dismiss Foster's 'misogyny' claims: The News Letter
Niall Deeney

'Misogyny claim is Foster trying to divert attention from scandal' – SF: Irish Independent
David Young

Arlene Foster playing "dangerous game" after claiming RHI criticism fuelled by misogyny: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

If Arlene Foster has any sense of outrage and anger she's caused she will step aside, says Sinn Féin's O'Neill: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

MP Francie Molloy warns of risks to Assembly survival because of DUP 'scandals': Mid Ulster Mail

Arlene Foster vows not to quit as First Minister as she devises strategy to bring cost of RHI energy scheme to zero: Belfast Telegraph
Laurence White

RHI scandal – Terms of reference for investigation insufficient says Sinn Féin: BBC

RHI – Assembly could be recalled to deal with overspend in botched Renewable Heat Incentive scheme: Belfast Telegraph

RHI scheme highlights troubled DUP-media relationship: Irish News
Andrew Madden

No one told me about DUP's plan to save RHI cash, says Finance Minister: Belfast Live
David Young and Maurice Fitzmaurice

No agreement between DUP and Sinn Féin on RHI independent inquiry – plans 'insufficient' blasts Conor Murphy: Belfast Telegraph

RHI scandal – Attorney general can't set up SF's preferred inquiry: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Sugden can now unilaterally decide on public inquiry into RHI scandal: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Arlene Foster's interviews deepen Stormont malaise: Irish News
John Manley

Misogyny still exists but is not driving the RHI debate: Irish News
Allison Morris

It's a DUP scandal but it's their partners Sinn Féin feeling the heat: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

'Cash for Ash' reveals fragility of North's existence: The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

Power-sharing suffers as RHI crisis deepens: Irish News
Editorial

Eastwood criticises decision to fund band scheme but cut Irish language bursary: BBC
Robbie Meredith

Líofa bursaries 'should be restored': Derry Journal

DUP slammed over funding withdrawal: Strabane Chronicle

Legal action to be launched over scrapping of Irish language bursary scheme: Irish News
Connla Young and Gareth McKeown

Northern Ireland's peace process is not too big to fail: New Statesman
Kevin Meagher

Nigel Farage – Ireland may follow Britain and exit the EU: Belfast Telegraph

'I'm not sure how familiar he is with Irish people' – Charlie Flanagan hits out at Nigel Farage: TheJournal.ie
Garreth MacNamee

Stormont crisis will 'put us on back foot' on Brexit: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor and Philip Ryan

Sinn Féin wants electorate to ignore everything it says and does up North: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan

Loyalist feud guns allegedly linked to Co Antrim man through DNA evidence: Irish News

Is there any will to put ex terrorists in the dock as well as soldiers?: The News Letter
Trevor Ringland

Cookstown teen whose grandfather was killed by IRA heading to US to meet other victims of terrorism: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Fullerton

Sinn Féin refuses to clarify Martin McGuinness health problems: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Irish negotiators forced to don blindfold as UK ambassador takes parting shot: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

No room for envoy with skill to get best Brexit deal when heart rules the head: Irish Independent
Brian Hayes

Brexit – and the North: Timely start to CTA talks: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Brexit – shooting the messenger: The Irish Times
Editorial

Labour's Kezia Dugdale proposes 'save the Union' plan for 2017: BBC

Wednesday, January 4

RHI scandal – Foster's position 'untenable if she does not step aside': BBC

'Foster should stand aside' – Conor Murphy: Newry Times

Sinn Féin's Declan Kearney hits out at 'juvenile journalists' over his party's confusion on RHI investigation: Belfast Telegraph

If Sinn Féin want election over RHI scandal then bring it on, says DUP's Gregory Campbell: Belfast Telegraph

SF's RHI 'investigation' will give soft landing to DUP, says Allister: The News Letter

'Cash for ash' – British reject call for public inquiry: The Irish Times
Vivienne Clarke

Belfast City Council to call for full public inquiry into Renewable Heat Incentive scheme: Belfast Live
Sarah Scott

Name all political donors – Alliance: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

RHI scandal – 'Other parties said subsidies were too low' says DUP man: The News Letter
Adam Kula

Key players at Stormont go to ground as pressure over RHI builds: Irish News
John Manley

SF flip-flops wildly over backing public inquiry into RHI scandal: The News Letter
Sam McBride

DUP's rivals seeking a scalp rather than the truth: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

RHI scandal – donor secrecy fosters 'darkest suspicions': The News Letter

Northern Ireland Justice Minister Sugden cannot keep silent at this critical moment: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Sinn Féin v Foster – New year, same controversy with power sharing at 'tipping point': TheJournal.ie
Sean Murray

Momentum building towards collapse of Stormont institutions: Irish News
Jim Gibney

A republican signal election is on cards: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Up to Arlene Foster to restore faith in political structures: Irish News
Editorial

Gaeltacht grant cut is the tipping point for Sinn Féin: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Austin Stack confirms Garda interviewed him over Christmas: Leinster Express
Pat Somers

Adams has 'an obligation' to name IRA boss in Stack killing: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

A grotesque attempt by Gerry Adams to mislead the institutions of the Republic's democracy: The News Letter
Austin Stack

The questions that refuse to go away as Adams must decide which way to turn: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Irish officials are 'monitoring' case of Derry republican Tony Taylor: Irish News
Connla Young

Declassified files – Dossier closed as Anglo-Irish Agreement protests fizzled out: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Declassified files – Anglo-Irish body put out misinformation about RUC murders: The News Letter
Sam McBride

State Papers 1989 – Arrest of UDR men caused furore in North: The Irish Times
Eamon Phoenix

Declassified files – SF man shut out in 1990 would become key part of the NI establishment: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Declassified files – Concern at crown solicitor role in official's evidence (Dec 30): The News Letter
Sam McBride

State papers – Segregation issue united Ian Paisley and Gerry Adams (Dec 31): Irish News
Éamon Phoenix

Big surge in recruits here as British army targets Ireland: Irish Independent
Ralph Riegel

Council spent £750 removing Easter Rising memorial in Carnlough: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Club chairman honoured for cross-community work in aftermath of IRA bombing: Ulster Star

GAA considers change – Flag a motif but not an achievement: Irish Examiner
Editorial

New 'peace institute' to tap Good Friday Agreement experience: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

'Harder' Brexit deal feared after key UK envoy to Europe resigns: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Irish officials seek to secure Common Travel Area: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton and Pat Leahy

Brexit vote shattered my view of the English as a nation of dull conformists: Irish Independent
Mary Kenny

Support for Scottish independence unchanged from 2014 vote: Scottish Daily Record
Catriona Webster

SNP ex-leader – Delay vote on independence: The Herald
Tom Gordon

Gerry Adams clashes with 90s sitcom star over claims Jesus was a Palestinian: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan

Tuesday, January 3

'Cash for Ash' row could see power sharing crumble, SF warns Foster: Irish Independent
Allan Preston

Sinn Féin warns Stormont may collapse over 'cash for ash': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Belfast council to vote on calls for 'public' inquiry into RHI scandal: Irish News
Allison Morris

DUP New Year message avoids RHI completely: The News Letter

RHI scandal reignites secret donor controversy: The News Letter
Adam Kula

Alliance party calls for political donors to be made public: Belfast Live
Nicole Quinn

Power sharing institutions risk losing all value, warns leading Sinn Féin figure: Irish Examiner

Confusion reigns over Sinn Féin stance on RHI public inquiry: Irish News
Gareth McKeown

Our Executive may be an abysmal failure, but there's no alternative: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Power sharing institutions risk losing all value, warns leading Sinn Féin figure: Belfast Telegraph

Mid Ulster councillors take 'One Irish Citizen, One Vote' drive to the Dail: Mid Ulster Mail

Irish in Britain feared being attacked after Brexit vote: The Irish Times
Mark Hilliard

Pro-EU Sinn Féin 'like pigs of Animal Farm' says ex-provo: The News Letter

Gardaí to quiz Adams as the probe into IRA killing of Stack gathers steam: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

UUP 'happy to fight' if snap election is called, Mike Nesbitt says: Irish News
Claire Simpson

'I'm proud to be in Sandy Row', says DUP MLA renting office from group linked to loyalist killer: Belfast Telegraph
Brett Campbell

Declassified files – NI secretary 'not bright' and 'a major problem': The News Letter

Former SDLP deputy leader Seamus Mallon criticised by NIO official (Jan 1): The Irish Times
Eamon Phoenix

Declassified files – Hume and Mallon 'at odds over thirst for Irish unity': The News Letter

Top judge scathing of 'sectarian' RUC, secret 1986 records show (Jan 2): Belfast Telegraph

Burntollet attack on civil rights activists remembered: Irish News
Paul Ainsworth

State papers suggest Ian Paisley was more moderate than it seemed: Irish Examiner
Ryle Dwyer

State papers provide a glimpse into key figures: Irish News
Fionnuala O'Connor

Sinn Féin again hit out at DUP after Irish language bursary scrapped: Irish News
Gareth McKeown

GAA could drop anthem and flag 'when time right': Irish Independent
Jill Goligher

Campbell welcomes Harte remarks on GAA flying tricolour: The News Letter

Religion never issue for Carl Frampton who began boxing in Belfast's Catholic clubs: Belfast Telegraph

Other than the usual suspects, here are some people we could well do without in 2017: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

British politicians can still prevent Brexit: The Irish Times
Dennis Kennedy

Canadian republicanism is a pathology, but it won't survive past the next coronation: National Post
Colby Cosh

Monday, January 2

Councillors urge the Executive to devolve regeneration powers (Dec 28): Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Theresa May is risking peace in Northern Ireland to pursue the anti-human rights agenda of her Little Englanders: The Independent
Siobhan Fenton

Living in interesting times has its downside: Irish News
Deaglan de Breadun

Paramilitary-linked gang assaults Co Antrim man during robbery: Irish News
Connla Young

MP Kris Hopkins hails Northern Ireland's progress towards peace and long-term reconciliation (Dec 30): Wharfedale Observer
Miran Rahman

British should honour victims with the truth (Dec 31): Irish News
Patrick Murphy

Pub bombings were "indiscriminate attack on everyone in Birmingham" (Dec 29): Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

Northern official felt Britain needed to do more to tackle terrorism: The Irish Times
Eamon Phoenix

Thatcher gave way on dropping powers to detain terrorists, files show: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

Thatcher said removing detention without trial would be seen as 'weakness': The Irish Times
Shane Hickey

State papers – Irish officials at Maryfield dependent on RUC escort: Irish News
Eamon Phoenix

UDR slight to minister over dinner invite angered Northern Ireland secretary: The Irish Times
Eamon Phoenix

Unionist politician tried to link Haughey to 'Eksund' arms seizure: The Irish Times
Shane Hickey

State papers – NIO ministers' concern at Charles Haughey speech: Irish News
Eamon Phoenix

President Reagan's bowl of shamrock and the 1,500-year wake: Irish Examiner
Ryle Dwyer

State papers – Flags, bombs and the noose: BBC
Éamon Phoenix

State papers – shedding light on a very different Ireland: The Irish Times
Editorial

News Letter boycott 'is not the DUP position': The News Letter

SF laments day to mark fallen Irish in wars, but not famine dead (Dec 14): The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Challenge is to mark Civil War in same tolerant way as 1916 (Dec 29): The Irish Times
Eunan O'Halpin

Britain faces a game of thrones: Irish Examiner
John Lloyd

80pc agree with Ireland staying in EU (Dec 30): Irish Independent
Jane O'Faherty

'Irexit can't be ruled out as we risk Brussels calling our bluff': Irish Independent
Claire Murphy

UK should agree vital terms with EU before it triggers Article 50 (Dec 30): The News Letter
Neil McCann

Sunday, January 1

Martin McGuinness – Northern Ireland 'facing growing political crisis' over 'cash for ash' scandal: Independent on Sunday
Siobhan Fenton

RHI scandal – Martin McGuinness has repeated his call to First Minister Arlene Foster to step aside: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Arlene's year – Devenport's politics review of 2016: BBC
Mark Devenport

Charles Haughey's panic over Late Late invite to UK minister Tom King (Dec 30): Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Garret Fitzgerald intervened in NI strip-searching row: BBC
Éamon Phoenix

Officers lacked control over the UDR, said Army Review: The News Letter
Michael McHugh

State papers – Files reveal 'imbalance in judiciary': Irish News
Éamon Phoenix

Cleric urged his children to move from North: Irish Examiner
Brian Hutton

Papers' intriguing insight into Thatcher's relationships with Haughey and FitzGerald (Dec 31): Irish Independent
John Downing

Sir Robert Armstrong – 'Nothing will ever be the same again in NI' (Dec 31): The Irish Times
John Bowman

'Cold fish' Robin Eames unwanted by some as Archbishop of Armagh, papers show (Dec 30): Belfast Telegraph

John Bruton objected to sending Queen Victoria statue to Sydney (Dec 30): The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Libel law change will lead to stand off (Dec 29): Irish News
Newton Emerson

"The Monk" makes fleeting visit to Dublin under protection of Provos: Sunday Independent

1916 events done with objectivity and respect, says archbishop (Dec 29): The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Memorial to fallen Royal Irish Constabulary members is a step toward reconciliation (Dec 28): Irish Examiner
Niall Murray

Christians 'picked on and too scared' to talk about faith (Dec 1): The News Letter

Catholic group criticises plan to remove religion as 'core' school subject (Dec 28): The Irish Times
Conor Gallagher

Derry man launches petition after NBC removes Republic of Ireland from map (Dec 28): Derry Journal

'I hope you die' – Old Firm shame as minute's silence broken at Ibrox: Scottish Daily Record



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