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Saturday, January 31

After publication furore practical help is offered: Irish News
Bimpe Fatogun

What happens now?: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns & Áine McEntee

Inishowen families slam report on Troubles: Derry Journal

Bereaved families demand truth not money: Belfast Media
Scott Jamison

Wounds still too raw for an examination of the Troubles: The Irish Times
Noel Whelan

Cash for victims plan is outrageous: The News Letter
Ian Paisley

Dealing with the past must not be at the expense of innocents: Belfast Media
Nigel Dodds

We must turn to the future and break the cycle of hatred: Belfast Telegraph
Patricia MacBride

When did terrorists become victims?: The Sun
Lorraine Kelly

No sign yet of truth, justice or reconciliation: The Irish Times
Susan McKay

Addressing the past: Derry Journal
Editorial

Let's win the peace for all the people: Belfast Media
Editorial

Anti-bias laws: Irish News (Jan 28)

Retired judge tipped for legacy commission role: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

Defending the rights of victims to have justice for loved ones: Belfast Media

GAA angry as Maze plan axed: Irish News

Maze stadium – another own goal: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

US seeks extradition of Seán Garland: The Irish Times

Seeking U.S. funds to underpin peace: Irish Echo

McIlveen accused quizzed over baseball bat confusion: Irish News

Real IRA and INLA deny death threat claims: Derry Journal

Jury ponders 'IRA blackmail' case: BBC

Orde settles lawsuit on 'IRA fight' references: Irish News

Call to canvass united Ireland views in census: Belfast Telegraph (Jan 27)

The Sun asks IRA boss for truth about Shergar mystery: The Sun
Oliver Harvey

Paisley reveals his lighter side: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Troubles movie wins at Sundance: BBC (Jan 26)

Nobel Prize a Possibility: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

Friday, January 30

Government to reflect carefully on Eames-Bradley, says Martin: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Republic admits payments: Irish News

Troubles Report – Realities of £300m plans: The News Letter

£12,000 proposal to be debated: BBC

Hackett widow welcomes compensation scheme: Ulster Herald
Rosetta Donnelly

Northern Ireland compensation – Victims' daughter 'will not take a penny': Daily Telegraph (Jan 29)
Stephen Adams

Victim's brother slams Eames-Bradley proposals as 'offensive': Ulster Herald
Rosetta Donnelly

Victims from either side struggle to put Northern Ireland Troubles behind them: The Times (Jan 29)
David Sharrock

Holding to compassion is key says McAllister: Irish News
Brendan McAllister

Northern Ireland's dinosaur element: Guardian.co.uk
Máirtín Ó Muilleoir

Money can't buy peace or reconciliation: The Times (Jan 29)
Melanie Reid

Northern Ireland needs truth, not money: Guardian.co.uk (Jan 28)
Beatrix Campbell

Only time will resolve legacy of the Troubles: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Bearing Pain Equally: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

Twisted logic flaws report on Troubles: The News Letter
Editorial

Report deserves consideration: Irish News
Editorial

Decommissioning warning for loyalists: UTV Internet

Pair held over dissident activity: UTV Internet

New unit to probe unsolved killings: Belfast Telegraph (Jan 28)
David Gordon

Ludlow family fears: Irish News (Jan 28)

Robert Hamill inquiry – Teen said he put the boot in, hearing told: Belfast Telegraph

Murder case before court: Irish News

Family alleges police conspiracy over mum's plastic bullet death: Belfast Telegraph

Victims' families to meet minister: UTV Internet

We jumped-up Paddies need more than cheap sneers from the British: Irish Examiner
Matt Cooper

Great expectations rest on Obama's shoulders: Irish News
Jim Gibney

Legacy of chief demythologiser: Irish Medical Times (Jan 5)
Seamus Kilby

Plans for peace monument scrapped: RTE

Thursday, January 29

Payment Plan for Northern Ireland Reconciliation Provokes Outrage: New York Times
John F. Burns

Bitter memories of the Troubles threaten to wreck £300m Ulster healing plan: The Times
David Sharrock

Brown 'will never forget' thousands of victims in North: The Irish Times
Frank Millar

PM challenged over Eames-Bradley report: UTV Internet

Proposals will widen the divide – claim: Londonderry Sentinel

Pain and anger evident at launch: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Northern Ireland compensation – The IRA bomber: Daily Telegraph
Duncan Gardham

Amid the quarrels, a shaft of hope for bitter victims of the Troubles: The Independent
David Young

'No rush to judgment' on plans urge Martin and Woodward: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún, Dan Keenan, & Patsy McGarry

Troubles reconciliation body wants apologies and peace pledges: The Herald

£12,000 even if families have been compensated: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Eames says £12,000 is a way to tell families 'sorry for your troubles': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Troubles Report – Just four of the victims: The News Letter

Let exiles of Troubles come home says report: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

There's no going back: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Anger and loud noises may not win out over Eames-Bradley vision: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Dealing with wounds of the past: BBC
Vincent Kearney

'Victimhood industry' will remain alive in Northern Ireland: The Times
David Sharrock

Why money isn't answer for victims: Belfast Telegraph (Jan 27)
Gail Walker

Hierarchy of 'victims' needs to be flattened: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Trauma of the Troubles should stay in the past: The Irish Times
David Adams

Editorials

Tory-UUP merger 'could damage pro-Union vote': The News Letter

'UUP is back' – MEP: Londonderry Sentinel

'Death threats led to cancellation of Hamill murder inquest': Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

McIlveen accused says he 'may have been mistaken' about attack: Irish News

Fingerprint on tape in bag of money, trial told: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Black-taxi weapons find linked to Continuity IRA: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey and Rebecca Black

Man is charged over taxi weapons: BBC

Plans for Maze stadium axed: RTE

No sports stadium at prison site: BBC
Gareth Gordon

Dan Rooney called front-runner for ambassador to Ireland: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
Mike Wereschagin

Awaiting north envoy, but Mitchell gets a job: Irish Echo
Susan Garraty

The Peacemaker: Haaretz
Assaf Uni

Wednesday, January 28

Troubles legacy report due out today: RTE

Fears paramilitaries got £380k: Irish News

Troubles legacy proposals to cost £300m: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Parry speaks out over compensation: Warrington Guardian

Plans for £12k for victims 'preposterous' – Campbell: Derry Journal

Cash for victims idea is an 'insult': Belfast Media

Past report 'irreparably damaged': BBC

Loyalists reserve judgment on Troubles report: The News Letter

Too much focus on money, says RFJ: Belfast Media

I share your pain: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Lives lost to the Troubles: BBC
Chris Summers

Why offer of pay outs is insulting: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Time to put hierarchy of Troubles' victims firmly in its place: The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

These cash payments don't take account of the pain of the victims: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

Eames, Bradley proposals deserve close scrutiny: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Truth and justice are more important than cash sums: Belfast Media
Editorial

Robert Hamill witness says he 'didn't trust' RUC officers: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

Inquiry culture: Derry Journal
Editorial

Another arrest in murder probe: UTV Internet

Arms stash is linked to dissident republicans: Irish Independent
Barry Duggan

Gardai dumbstruck on finding Northern millions, court told: Irish News
Liam Heylin

'Get used to partition' – Campbell: Derry Journal

Rooney widely tipped as US envoy: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

President praises outreach project on visit to Shankill: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Orde fails to get top Met post: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Peace model can be deployed worldwide: (from the Sunday Times, Jan 18)
Liam Clarke

Irish Twins: The New Republic
Alex Massie

George Mitchell and the Middle East: Guardian.co.uk
Gerry Adams

Tuesday, January 27

Tempers fray as leaks row escalates: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Durkan withdraws 'misleading' claim: UTV Internet

Durkan urges party – 'Win back Euro seat': The News Letter

Party out to take back 'lost votes and lost ground: Irish News
William Graham

Newton set to challenge Dodds for DUP European nomination: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

'Victims need justice for wrongs of past': Irish News
William Graham

'Bin the Eames-Bradley payments plan': The News Letter

Another lurch into the grotesque, peace-process surrealism we've got used to over the years: Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

No clean hands on either side here: Irish News
Roy Garland

Terrorists are not and never will be 'victims': The News Letter
Alex Kane

We need fair play and justice not cheque books: Irish News
Tom Kelly

This payment is a grave mistake: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Families fear inquiries into state killings will be halted: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey and Andrea McKernon

Loyalist feud victim 'aware of threats': UTV Internet

Bags stuffed with Northern Ireland sterling 'found in Cork man's home': Belfast Telegraph

Murder witness denies involvement: UTV Internet

Don't be fooled by calendar heroines: (from the Irish Daily Star, Jan 26)
John Coulter

Ukraine, Ireland and the sensitivities of fallen empires
Mary Dejevsky

Basketball teams for peace: CNN
Nicole Lapin

North-south cooperation 'important for economy': Irish News
William Graham

TDs to see effects of cross-Border exodus: The Irish Times
Paul Cullen

Cross-border drivers' £1.1m bill: BBC

Robinson and McGuinness appeal to British PM over Presbyterian Mutual: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Ireland still matters: Irish Democrat (Jan 23)
David Granville

Inspired choice: Washington Times
James Morrison

Further call to end ban on Catholic monarch: The Herald (Jan 26)
Michael Settle

Monday, January 26

Durkan criticizes 'snug power pact': Sunday Tribune (Jan 25)
Suzanne Breen

DUP agenda dominates Executive, says Ritchie: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Protestant speakers tell of a need to 'do justice for all': Belfast Telegraph

Children 'caught in the centre' of Sinn Féin/DUP sectarian rows: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Silence the apt response to harrowing victims' stories: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

What if it was your child?: Sunday Life (Jan 25)
Ciaran McGuigan

Troubles victims 'seeking truth, not money': IrishTimes.com

Cost of the Troubles – £40m for victims' compensation, £170m for inquiries: The Independent (Jan 24)
David McKittrick

Payment for all who died would re-open old wounds: Irish Independent
Maurice Hayes

Omagh inquiry 'sabotage' claim: The Guardian
Richard Norton-Taylor

Republican denies weapons deal: Sunday Tribune (Jan 25)
Suzanne Breen

Search for remains following IRA man's confession: Sunday Tribune (Jan 25)
Suzanne Breen

Should Queen Elizabeth visit Ireland?: The Irish Times
Mary Kenny while Charles Lysaght

Revealed – Dewar's unease over ban on a Catholic monarch: Sunday Herald (Jan 25)
Tom Gordon

Labour feared backlash over anti-Catholic reform: The Sunday Times (Jan 25)
Iain Harrison

McShane has no objections to absence of Irish signs in Bushmills: Ballymoney Times

Mary Lou faces legal challenge if she sets sights on seats in Dail and Europe: Sunday Tribune (Jan 25)
Conor McMorrow

Mayor defends her 'patriotism' call: The Irish Times
Olivia Kelly

I have perfect life, says Alliance's Lo: The News Letter (Jan 23)
Geoff Hill

How pride is overcoming prejudice in Belfast: The Independent
Anna Leach

Can George Mitchell bring his Irish luck to the Middle East?: GlobalPost.com
Conor O'Clery

Sunday, January 25

Troubles compensation an insult to victims, says First Minister: Belfast Telegraph
Lisa Smyth and Brian Rowan

Frazer decries 'blood money': Irish News
Marie Louise McCrory

Eames-Bradley report a 'waste of time': The News Letter

Tories reject proposal for 'blood money' payouts: The Observer
Henry McDonald and Gaby Hinsliff

Victims report needs consideration: UTV Internet

Trimble hits out over compensation plans: Scotland on Sunday

Killers whose families would qualify for payout: Irish News

Anger over conflict victims' payout: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Misguided plan should not cloud judgement: The News Letter
Editorial

Logic of the madhouse takes hold in Ulster: The Sunday Times
Editorial

Death of boy still haunts his mum: Irish News
Rebecca Black

£300m legacy commission proposal: The News Letter

Troubles' toxic debt needs a 'bad bank': The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Inquests into Troubles deaths to be kept secret: The Observer
Jamie Doward and Henry McDonald

Durkan slams 'screensaver' government: The News Letter

SDLP not as bad as the others – McDonnell: Irish News
William Graham

'Scandalous' removal of personal weapons: The News Letter

Mother of murdered son in appeal: BBC

Omagh group to keep up fight for truth: The News Letter

Families not surprised Commissioner rules in favour of intelligence: Ulster Herald
Rosetta Donnelly

20 years on – The fight for truth continues: Belfast Media

Republicans disappeared at least 13 people in the Troubles: Sunday Tribune (Jan 18)
Suzanne Breen

Third party confirms IRA man's republican credentials: Sunday Tribune (Jan 18)
Suzanne Breen

Maginnis to run for a seat in Europe: Belfast Telegraph

'Evil of partition' comment condemned by unionists: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

'Celebrity' IRA inmate lied through his teeth, court is told: Belfast Telegraph

Chronicles of Long Kesh – Scenes from the inside: Belfast Telegraph (Jan 23)
Anthony McIntyre

I won't give in to thugs, says Neil Lennon: The Times (Jan 21)
Charlene Sweeney

Saturday, January 24

Troubles victims' payment planned: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Troubles killers' families in line for £12k: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Proposals are offensive and disturbing, says Robinson: The Irish Times
Simon Finn

Needs of victims must come first says McCord: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

Most aspects of reconciliation plan to prove controversial Northern Editor: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Omagh family angry at legacy group: UTV Internet

Justice powers now closer – Anderson: Derry Journal

SDLP condemns DUP/SF self-interest: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Dodds in European election bid: UTV Internet

Now is the time for all good unionists to show teamwork: Belfast Telegraph
Peter Robinson

A 'Catholic and Protestant' language event: Derry Journal

Culture Minister Campbell has yet to attend one Irish language event: Belfast Media

DUP man for Ard Fheis: Belfast Media
Ciarán Barnes

'Dissidents' behind guns handover: Derry Journal

CIRA claims blaze and shooting: Belfast Media

Witness who was with Robert Hamill testifies: Irish News
Allison Morris

Supergrass evidence is 'basis of Haddock case': Irish News

Ministers discuss co-operation on financial crisis: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Patriotism row boosted shops in the North, says McGuinness: Irish Independent
Aine Kerr

Cowen parries question on 'unpatriotic' shopping in North: The Irish Times

Ministers tackle thorny issue of cross-border shopping, but in a very roundabout way: Irish Independent
Lise Hand

Sea of Flags at Sunday march: Derry Journal

Mitchell returning to hot seat: Boston Globe
Farah Stockman

George Mitchell, an ideal man for the job: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Friday, January 23

Adams lays down the law to republican dissidents: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Former councillor quizzed over dissident activity: Irish News
Diana Rusk

Extradition of third man sought by Lithuania: The Irish Times

SDLP insists party still relevant: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

North-South ministerial talks in Derry: RTE

Troubles group had 'constructive' meeting with PM: UTV Internet

Adams in truth body warning as PM meets Eames and Bradley: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Special Branch shows it's still a law to itself: Irish News
Jim Gibney

Sisters deny Hamill provoked assault: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Inquest into killing of IRA man delayed again: Belfast Telegraph

Reporter stands over story: Irish News

Unveil truth about Omagh: Irish News
Editorial

Army commander refused apology from INLA bomber: Londonderry Sentinel

English murder – 5 charged: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

Saturation media coverage of bank robbery recalled: Irish Examiner
Liam Heylin

Loyalists condemn sectarian graffiti: Londonderry Sentinel

Use Troubles landmark site to end segregated housing urges minister: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

Scotland, Wales and Ulster 'must work together': The Herald

Dodds urges economic link with Scottish and Welsh assemblies: The Irish Times
Simon Finn

We won't be at the top of Obama's packed in-tray: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Foley Questions Irish Neutrality: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

The two men vying to take over the Met: The Guardian
Sandra Laville

Bid to end discrimination against Catholics in rules for monarchy: The Herald (Jan 22)
Michael Settle

Thursday, January 22

What chance of agreement over a reduction in NIO departments?: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Robinson accused of misleading assembly: UTV Internet

Durkan to avoid Assembly ban: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Devolution threatened by justice concerns: Irish News

'Progress' over loyalist weapons: BBC

Loyalist feud killing – more charges: Belfast Telegraph

Dissident republican faces charges in Lithuania: UTV Internet

Pair arrested over dissident activity: UTV Internet

Real IRA member remanded: RTE

Nelson's killers 'known to RUC' soon after attack: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

GCHQ lacked technology to track Omagh bombers, say security sources: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald and Richard Norton-Taylor

Omagh phone evidence 'was shared with RUC': The Irish Times
Frank Millar

Omagh tapes findings dismissed by families: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Victims' relatives will tell Brown to support cross-Border inquiry: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Lawyers gather in Finucane's memory: Irish Echo
Susan Garraty

A sister's long fight for justice: BBC (Jan 20)
Fergal Keane

Bank man tells of gang's death threats: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Cash was from land deal not bank raid, says businessman: Irish Independent

Troubles legacy group to meet PM: BBC

Bloody Sunday office to close in cost-cutting move: UTV Internet

Sinn Féin commemorates 90th Dáil anniversary with fresh call for unity: Irish Examiner
Paul O'Brien

Partition crippled Ireland, says Adams: The Irish Times
Steven Carroll

Sinn Fein plan Ireland unification rallies in US and UK: Belfast Telegraph

Obama's Middle East policy could take cues from Northern Ireland experience: Guardian.co.uk
Jonathan Freedland

The Conciliator: The Times
Editorial

Wednesday, January 21

Assembly expected to pass devolution report: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

'Sensitive' justice role to be debated: The News Letter

DUP and Sinn Fein are accused of 'power grab': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

SF and DUP accused of 'power grab': UTV Internet

'Loyal orders have vital role in Northern Ireland': Ballymoney Times

Our job is to finish John Joe's struggle: Belfast Media (Jan 16)
Gerry Adams

How TUV leader Jim Allister could be a chart topper: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Two more charged over feud murder: BBC

Real IRA member in bid to avoid Lithuania terror trial: Irish Independent
Tim Healy

Blackmail accused is a 'man of peace': Belfast Telegraph

Northern Bank raid laundering trial begins: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Prosecution closes in McIlveen trial: Irish News

RUC dismissed report of threats against Nelson: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Families of Omagh victims to meet Brown: IrishTimes.com

West shows its support for Palestine: Belfast Media

SF man criticised over Nazi remark: Irish News
Valerie Robinson

Why are we taking sides on the Middle East?: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

All parties are dying on their feet and need a smarter type of recruit: Irish Examiner
Steven King

As we can tell Obama, it won't be an easy task healing division: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

Hero of Ulster peace process sent to Middle East: The Independent
David McKittrick

Adams takes his seat at Obama ceremony: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Obama tipped for Ulster visit: The News Letter

Challenging times for US-Ireland relationship: The Irish Times
Mary Fitzgerald

Tuesday, January 20

Plan for North justice ministry to be outlined: IrishTimes.com

DUP under fire for proposal to cut departments: The News Letter

MLAs vote to cut NI departments: BBC

Stormont must be within our means: Irish News
Editorial

It will be hard to fill gap if Orde runs into top Met job: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Local man says role as police ombudsman in Northern Ireland a challenge: Fredericton Daily Gleaner
Michael Staples

Wide-boy liberalistos not so wide of mark: Irish News
Roy Garland

Ex-NI police chief denies calling murdered solicitor 'immoral': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Ex-RUC chief unaware of Nelson file: RTE

Sir Ronnie Flanagan faces inquiry: BBC
Mark Simpson

Catholics plotted to kidnap Mo Mowlam, inquiry told: Daily Telegraph
Murray Wardrop

Former Army post at Divis Tower gets £1m transformation: Belfast Telegraph

IRA 'did not murder Evans' – Murphy: UTV Internet

Ahern should quit over RIRA emails, Omagh families insist: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Victims groups 'need more money': BBC

Croydon 'IRA councillor' Maria Gatland speaks about Conservative Party return: Croydon Guardian
Peter Truman

Rev Paisley has left me lost for words: Belfast Telegraph
Pól Ó Muirí

Unionist in tribute to 'great Irishman' O'Brien: The Herald
Steven McCaffery and Senan Hogan

Time for Unionists to take over the South – Go to Dublin for Dail birthday: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Politician and ex-rugby star faces indecency charges: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Twinned with Baghdad: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

The Way Out of Iraq: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com (Jan 14)
Cahir O'Doherty

Monday, January 19

'Why was O'Loan not Prosecuted?': Sunday Life (Jan 18)
Stephen Breen

Former RUC chief to appear at Nelson inquiry: IrishTimes.com

Much to be optimistic about in challenging times: Irish News (Jan 15)
Jim Gibney

Omagh victims angered over Ahern 'help' to Real IRA chief: Irish Independent
Fionnán Sheahan

Minister denies approach over McKevitt: The Irish Times
Conor Lally

PM reads Omagh report about secret recordings: Belfast Telegraph

IRA killer of 'disappeared' man reveals burial place: Sunday Tribune (Jan 18)
Suzanne Breen

Mum's plea to IRA for return of son's body: Belfast Telegraph

'Put that family out of its misery': Sunday Tribune (Jan 18)
Suzanne Breen

SF hiding truth on 'disappeared' – SDLP: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Cost of tribunal on IRA killings hits €4.8m even before hearings: Irish Independent
Chris Anderson

State upstaged by SF's 90th Dáil celebrations: Sunday Tribune (Jan 18)
Conor McMorrow

'Facelift at Ravenhill not linked to Maze': The News Letter (Jan 15)

Bus company warned over 'No God' signs: Belfast Telegraph (Jan 16)

Integrated school cost soars after long delay: Irish News (Jan 15)
Simon Doyle

Lennon case sends out strong message: Irish News (Jan 17)
Editorial

Thank you, Ireland, for a wonderful stay. Keep doing what you are doing: The Irish Times
Thomas Foley

The bicycle: Philippine Star
Ana Marie Pamintuan

Sunday, January 18

Ford calls for greater clarity on justice role: Irish News
William Graham

Call to put time limit on Troubles crime inquiries: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Victims campaigner to sue Sir Hugh over security breach case: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

Community policing benefits cities: Tulsa World (Jan 14)
Drew Diamond

Criminal gangs posing as republicans says Adams: Irish News
Marie Louise McCrory

DUP wants 'fewer' NI departments: BBC

SDLP to table motion seeking rethink of NI Executive's budget: The Irish Times (Jan 14)
Dan Keenan

Ulster must prepare for tough times : The News Letter
Editorial

Romantic Ireland idea has goon awa up til Stoormint: Irish News
Patrick Murphy

Laird turns on Waterways: Irish News
Diana Rusk

Car buyers flocking north: Irish Examiner (Jan 14)

Sale of Northern alcohol targeted by chambers: Sunday Business Post

Ireland 'needs all-party rule' to ride out the financial storm: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Hunger Strike memorial to get council equality assessment: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Archbishop of York claims fall of Empire and rise of multiculturalism has destroyed Britain's 'big idea': Daily Telegraph (Jan 14)
Martin Beckford

Bring In the Diplomats: Newsweek
Richard N. Haass

DUP challenges Sinn Fein on Gaza stance: The News Letter

Why Israeli workers were sold short in war protest: Belfast Telegraph (Jan 14)
Lindy McDowell

Saturday, January 17

McNarry issues Tory warning: The News Letter

Strange absence of crisis: BBC
Jim Fitzpatrick

Churches' relations warm at Drumcree: Belfast Telegraph

Paisley rebuked for wearing a shamrock by DUP members: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Crime is stopping the cops doing their job?!: Belfast Media

Prosecution of O'Loan was 'not in public interest': Belfast Telegraph

O'Loan apologises to IRA murder victim's father: Irish News

Pregnant woman challenges Sinn Fein and SDLP: Derry Journal

Dissidents admit shooting man in legs: Irish News
Marie Louise McCrory

Calls for Real IRA to stop attacks: UTV Internet

Gerry Adams calls on community to reject republican dissidents: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Is protesting an act of terrorism? – republican asks: Derry Journal

Catholics targeted at kids care centre: Derry Journal

Former RUC chief constable to appear at Rosemary Nelson inquiry: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Family visit Hamill murder scene: UTV Internet

Inquiries are costly but we can't put price on the truth: Belfast Telegraph
Laurence White

'I forgive Emmett's killers' – mother: Derry Journal

Bitter row over Troubles remark: Derry Journal

War site firm fights stigma of the Irish: Irish News
Diana Rusk

Gerry Adams to attend Obama inauguration: Belfast Telegraph

'Obama may not help NI investment': The News Letter

PSNI seeking advice on MP's gay remarks: The Irish Times
Simon Finn

Wounded Celtic Tiger: The Herald
Editorial

Rangers pair jailed for Lennon attack: The Scotsman
Victoria Weldon

Friday, January 16

Allister hits out at DUP justice vote comments: The News Letter

Sheridan could be in line for top police job: Fermanagh Herald
Aileen Murphy

Ex-detectives being re-employed: BBC

Ombudsman in apology over report: BBC

Angry scenes at SFY Troubles tour: Newry Democrat

McDonald rules out by-election bid in event of MEP poll clash: Irish Independent
Fionnán Sheahan

Omagh intelligence report may not be published: UTV Internet

NY fundraiser for Pat Finucane conference: Irish Echo (Jan 14)
Ray O'Hanlon

Man remanded on loyalist murder charge: RTE

'Kicks or punches' killed Hamill: UTV Internet

Families to mark 1974 coach bombing: Irish News
Diana Rusk

Some allegations inappropriate admits McIlveen case detective: Irish News

Father and son deny laundering over £3m from Northern heist: Irish Independent

Uncle Gerry's thinking is as woolly as his waistcoat: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Britain-Ireland passport checks: BBC

Let the man sing: Morning Star
David Granville

Martin warns over outcome of new No vote: The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

Haass on Ireland, Israel: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

RP urged to continue pursuing peace process: GMANews.tv (Jan 14)



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