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Monday, January 31

Ex-IRA man to stand against Sinn Féin in election (Jan 30): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Bombers Unite Community: (from the Andersonstown News)
Danny Morrison

Lurgan riot 'orchestrated' against police: UTV Internet

Officers attacked at fire in Larne: BBC

Masked men shoot teenager in leg in north Belfast: BBC

Two men are remanded in custody on firearms and explosive charges: Belfast Telegraph

Tens of thousands march in Derry to honour Bloody Sunday victims: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

N.J. residents travel to Ireland for final 'Bloody Sunday' massacre march: Newark Star-Ledger
Aliza Appelbaum

Bloody Sunday families divided over march (Jan 30): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Time has come for a more apt tribute: Belfast Telegraph

What's in a name? Handling the Londonderry/Derry issue: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Connolly

British Government to delay Hamill report publication:

Sisters hit out at probe into murder cover-up (Jan 30): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

SDLP urges an alternative to draft Budget: Belfast Telegraph

Adams' new gaffe about Thatcher: The News Letter
Sam McBride

No love left between Sinn Féin and Labour (Jan 30): Sunday Tribune
Conor McMorrow

Sinn Féin will tell the IMF 'to go home', Adams insists: The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

Adams stands over plan to 'burn bondholders': Irish Independent

Economic questions surround Gerry Adams poll bid: BBC
Gareth Gordon

Shinning up the political pole to at least 23 seats (Jan 30): Sunday Tribune
Odran Flynn

Crowning glory for Grizzly Adams (Jan 30): Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Civil War rivalry could end in civil partnership: Irish Independent
Sam Smyth

Atheists want votes for a secular State: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Martin must choose either Fine Fail or Flotilla Fail (Jan 30): Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Even the Aussies want to bend the knee to the Queen: Daily Telegraph
Boris Johnson

Sunday, January 30

Republicans 'have been well tamed': The News Letter

Aggressive fundraising drive boosts SF war chest: Sunday Independent
Ronald Quinlan

Gerry's confusion is most illuminating: Sunday Independent
Brendan Keenan

Gerry Adams on the Republic's debt, deficit and bailout guarantee: BBC
Jim Fitzpatrick

Sinn Fein is far from bulletproof on economy: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

SDLP defends pastor's rally in Andersonstown: The News Letter

Row over 'dilution' of the unionist vote: The News Letter

Rioters attack police in Lurgan: UTV Internet

Talking to the dissidents at arm's-length isn't easy, but it is essential: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

How dissidents planned a deadly double ambush: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Police probe gun activity in Co Down: UTV Internet

Police probe 'prank' roadblock: The News Letter

MP in talks over checkpoint comment: Belfast Telegraph

Pipe-bomb 'meant to intimidate Catholics': Belfast Telegraph
Catherine Lynagh

Eleven year sentence for Crossmaglen bomb conspiracy: The Cross Examiner
Brónagh Murphy

Thousands to join final Bloody Sunday march: RTE

Row over last Bloody Sunday march: UTV Internet

A blast from the past: Belfast Media

Peter Robinson joins call for All-Ireland Fleadh in Derry (Jan 25): Belfast Telegraph

Britain's favourite Irishman is a credit to both his countries: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Sectarian abuse fan banned:

Saturday, January 29

Secret FF survey reveals massive Sinn Fein threat: Evening Herald
Eamon Keane

All eyes on West Belfast as SF start process of selecting Adams' heir: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

Ex-MLA Fraser Agnew rejoins Ulster Unionists: BBC

Would quitting executive stop UUP's exodus?: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Gallagher is SDLP's 'unanimous choice' as Assembly candidate: Impartial Reporter

DUP challenges PSNI over illegal parades: The News Letter

Let's end prejudice, starting with our political leadership: Belfast Telegraph
Stephen Farry

'The terrorists are back. The lessons from history haven't been learned': The Sun
Oliver Harvey & John Kay and Patrick Mercer

Hoax bomb sparks Belfast evacuation:
Henry McDonald

We've moved on from a world of hatred: Belfast Telegraph

Dissidents must be confronted: The News Letter

Police may try to halt damages claim case brought by wife of IRA informer: Belfast Telegraph

Last march into history: Derry Journal
Julieann Campbell

Pastor McConnell has good news for robbed pensioner: BBC

Bombardier is 83% Protestant: Belfast Media
Paul Ainsworth

Concern voiced at pace of PMS resolution moves (Jan 26): The News Letter

UUP, SDLP call for suspension of water inquiry: BBC

The Political Review – Could Ruane finally lose her grip on schools? (Jan 21): The News Letter
Sam McBride

Rise of minority politicians a refreshing sign of the times (Jan 22): Belfast Telegraph
Andrew Muir

Ireland, Mired in Crisis, Will Dissolve Parliament: New York Times
John F. Burns

Fianna Fail no longer calls shots (Jan 27): The News Letter

I'm Christian, I'm Irish and I'm proud: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

David Cameron rules out further euro bailouts: Daily Telegraph
Rosa Prince

Friday, January 28

Donaldson to quit assembly: The News Letter

UUP leader faces election challenge from cousin: Belfast Telegraph

Galloway for Adams idea a no-goer: Belfast Media
Kieran Hughes

SF leader has not refused crown post: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Hilary Benn issues challenge to rules on MP resignation: BBC

Adams' election odds tumble with Boylesports – Sinn Fein man 1/8 to win a seat: Dundalk Democrat

Varadkar says Adams confused on economics: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Why this marriage of convenience can't last: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Dissident capability has 'reached a new level': Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan and Adrian Rutherford

Fifty families evacuated after second dissident bomb found: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Three-day alert ends in Belfast: UTV Internet

Baggott says Belfast bombers akin to Omagh killers: BBC

Three held after explosives find: Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keeffe and Jimmy Woulfe

Real IRA explosives linked to thefts: Irish Independent
Tom Brady and Brian McDonald

Trial of man accused of Belfast killing collapses as witness refuses to testify: The Irish Times

Paramilitary violence on the rise in NI: UTV Internet

Loyalist group in Carnlough pipe bomb claim: BBC

Police looking again into 4 local murders: Belfast Media
Gráinne McWilliams

PSNI's use of 'wanted kids' images slammed: Belfast Telegraph

Controversial preacher in west Belfast: UTV Internet

Omagh bomb payouts were 'not enough': Belfast Telegraph

Iconic UDR sculpture nears completion: The News Letter

NI peace process 'has lessons for Iraq' (Jan 24): UTV Internet

Campaigners to lobby Fine Gael: Donegal Democrat

Lennon's missus in yob blast (Jan 22): Scottish Sun
Gerry Duffy

'The Greatest' Muhammad Ali to receive major Irish award (Jan 27): Irish Voice/
Molly Muldoon

Thursday, January 27

Adams not resigned to being appointed officer of the crown: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy and Dan Keenan

Cameron apologises to Adams over misplaced crown: Irish Examiner
Fiachra Ó'Cionnaith

John Bercow says Gerry Adams is not an MP: BBC

Arise Sir Gerard Adams, leader of the Queen's Party:
Nicholas Watt

Baron Adams?: UTV Internet
Ken Reid

The Gerry Adams story which gets more bizarre by the day: BBC
Michael Crick

Baron Adams is it?: Belfast Telegraph

I will be standing by the Union and not the U-turn: Belfast Telegraph
Colin McCusker

Media scramble to measure bigotry using GAA as barometer: The Irish Times
David Adams

McConville daughter opts not to contest Louth election:

Ex-SF man Christy planning to take on Mary Lou for seat: Evening Herald
Jane Last and Kevin Doyle

Adams puts foot in mouth as he fails to answer €18bn question (Jan 26): Irish Independent
Fionnan Sheahan and Elaine Keogh

Election scuppers SF ard fheis: Belfast Telegraph

Policing board criticises publication of riot pictures: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Sending out wrong signal over rioters: The News Letter

Security operation continuing in Belfast: RTE

Families flee homes in bomb scare: The News Letter

City bomb 'in place since Sunday': UTV Internet

Hoax security alert in Larne: UTV Internet

Strabane pipe bomb attack 'could have killed sons': BBC

Derry man fights Facebook case: UTV Internet

Two arrested over Kieran Doherty murder are released: BBC

Dissidents' 'snubbing of Omagh case has relevance': Belfast Telegraph

Omagh four challenge bomb liability: UTV Internet

Gun used in shooting linked to massacres: The News Letter

Love, Hate in the North: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Celtic bullets 'not from here': Ballymoney Times

Fianna Fail selects Martin as leader: The Independent
David McKittrick

Campaign to urge Irish and descendants in Britain to register ethnicity in census: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Tick the box: Irish Post

Major battle begins for U.S. funding of Irish peace process: Irish Voice/
Patrick Cooper

N.Y. Muslims fear congressman's hearings could inflame Islamophobia (Jan 24): Washington Post
William Wan

Wednesday, January 26

Gerry Adams 'not allowed' to quit as MP:
Owen Bowcott

West Belfast byelection will not be called, says speaker: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

'Sacred' constitution 'may force Adams to stay as MP': BBC

Chancellor must ratify Gerry Adams move: Belfast Telegraph

UK taxpayer may have to fund Gerry Adams as an Irish MP: Daily Mail

The Leaving of Westminster: BBC
Mark Devenport

Opposition colluding with FF, says Adams: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Adams ignorant of economics, claims Fine Gael: Irish Examiner
Mary Regan

Not a deficit denier, more of a financial dunderhead: Irish Independent
Sam Smyth

The Shinners must now be exposed as a serious threat: Evening Herald
Andrew Lynch

Alliance must get off fence and start flying the flag(s): Belfast Telegraph
Chris Donnelly

Opposition only route for UUP, says defector: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Vultures circling FF and the UUP: The News Letter
Liam Clarke

Brian Cowen – From political titan to punch-drunk liability: Belfast Telegraph
David McKittrick

Battered Fianna Fail can still have hope: The News Letter
Henry Patterson

PSNI criticised for publishing pictures of young people: BBC

Anger at juvenile pictures warning: The News Letter

We all have a right to pursue justice: Belfast Telegraph

'RAAD are holding us to ransom' – ex Provo: Derry Journal

Two in custody over murder of Real IRA member:
Henry McDonald

Traffic chaos continues in north Belfast alert: UTV Internet

Derry count centre moved after 2010 bomb attack: BBC

Controlled explosion at station: Derry Journal

RIRA chief with prison record has bouncer job: Evening Herald
Cormac Byrne

Fr Chesney defamed: Village
Anton McCabe

Harte tragedy – Loyalist's gesture to Michaela McAreavey family hailed by church leader: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Girl dropped over Michaela Facebook posts: UTV Internet

Tuesday, January 25

Speaker probes DUP attacks on Ruane: Belfast Telegraph

Father and son quit UUP: The News Letter

Elliott broadside at UUP members: The News Letter
Sam McBride

George Galloway – MP for West Belfast!: (from the Andersonstown News)
Danny Morrison

Why George Galloway shouldn't replace Gerry Adams: Belfast Telegraph
Nuala McKeever

Rule dating to 1624 says Adams is still MP: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Gerry Adams makes British Parliamentary history: BBC
Michael Crick

Annual St. Patrick's Day visit to the White House in question (Jan 23): Irish Voice/
Dara Kelly

Ireland going to the polls after budget deal: The Independent
Ed Carty and Sarah Stack

Fianna Fail must look to the North – Protestants need new options: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

What now for Sinn Fein in the Republic?: BBC
Ken Murray

Real reform goes beyond politics: Sunday Business Post
David McWilliams

Getting Ireland to break with sterling – how the European Union manipulated 'support':
Mary Ellen Synon

Irish election – all the main parties promise to carry on with the current disastrous strategy:
Daniel Hannan

Clinging on is not always best for party: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Political uncertainty spills into economy: BBC
Paddy O'Flaherty

Political upheaval in the South: The News Letter

Ireland – Fianna Foiled: The Guardian

No known convictions for illegal parades since 2006: The News Letter

'Police threatened to arrest senior Orangeman': The News Letter

'New information' may clear Gusty Spence of 1966 gun killing: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Ihab Shoukri died from drugs cocktail, inquest finds: BBC

Plan economy on cross-border basis – McGuinness: Derry Journal

US economic envoy tells North's business leaders to start investing their own money: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Ministers look to further US trade deals: UTV Internet

Our economy still is a taxing issue: Belfast Telegraph

Monday, January 24

Party targets seats ahead of Assembly election: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Éirígí to contest local elections in North: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Danny smitten by Gorgeous George (Jan 21): BBC
Mark Devenport

Shocking figures on illegal parades: The News Letter

Republicans 'do not fear prosecution': The News Letter

Republicans join forces at Portlaoise jail to have Co Louth man kicked out of wing: Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Gerry Adams – 'I'm happy with who I am ... it's very important to be a subversive': The Guardian
Stephen Moss

With Adams at the helm, SF more suited to opposition benches: (from the Sunday Times)
Liam Clarke

Jean McConville's daughter considers election: RTE

Green Party Quits Irish Government: New York Times
John F. Burns

Greens pull out of Irish government after Brian Cowen resignation:
Henry McDonald

Martin the front-runner in FF leadership race: The Irish Times
Harry McGee and Mary Minihan

The Irish government folds: The Spectator
David Blackburn

Taoiseach's failings as national leader may inflict most damage on FF at polls: The Irish Times
Diarmaid Ferriter

Republic's crisis is cause for concern: Belfast Telegraph

A time for reckoning: The Irish Times

933 Catholic assistants: Londonderry Sentinel

US Economic Envoy in visit to Northern Ireland: BBC

N Ireland corporation tax reform examined: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Cameron takes phone call from Kenny: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Building unity and peace (Oct 7): Londonderry Sentinel
Olga Bradshaw

Harte tragedy – Newspaper photographer's sick Facebook messages about Michaela: Belfast Telegraph
Aaron Tinney

Grief for Michaela bridges tribal divisions: Belfast Telegraph

Sunday, January 23

McConville daughter considers run against Adams for Dail seat: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Fine Gael leader in dissidents vow: Belfast Telegraph

Ford outlines 'positive vision' for Alliance: UTV Internet

Irish Prime Minister Quits as Party Leader but Holds on to His Office: New York Times
John F. Burns

Irish Prime Minister resigns as leader of Fianna Fail: Independent on Sunday
David McKittrick

Brian Cowen – The PM who lost his powers: BBC
Shane Harrison

PSNI 'will act over parade': The News Letter
Michael McGlade

How Michaela McAreavey's murder brought a loyalist leader into GAA heartland: Belfast Telegraph

Bomb near officer corps building: The News Letter

Fluke voicemail sparks UUP row: The News Letter
Victor Gordon

MP Gregory Campbell wants new UK-wide football cup to help smaller clubs: Belfast Telegraph

I feel hand of history upon my shoulder – a hell of a soundbite: Sunday Independent
Alastair Campbell

Prison sentence proved no bar to degrees for loyalists (Jan 19): Belfast Telegraph
William 'Plum' Smith

Bishop's attitude to strike seen as 'unhelpful': Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Saturday, January 22

Galloway to run for West Belfast?: BBC
Martina Purdy

Deal is significant on two levels (Jan 20): The News Letter
Sam McBride

Republicans urged to attend special march: Belfast Media

Fury at 'illegal parade' plans: The News Letter
Michael McGlade and Rebecca Black

Enda Kenny to address Alliance conference: RTE

Viable device in Malone alert: UTV Internet

Injured policewoman has riot 'nightmares': BBC

No more open-ended inquiries; otherwise non republican tribunals should be established – Campbell: Londonderry Sentinel

PSNI unlawfully passed on Omagh files, says lawyer: Belfast Telegraph

Still time for late winner in stadium campaign: Ulster Star

New post for suicide row governor: Belfast Telegraph

The Political Review – System in which no one takes the blame: The News Letter
Owen Polley

Economy the focus of North-South meeting: RTE

Cowen reaffirms commitment to €480m road upgrade in Northern Ireland: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Grey and murky life of the undercover officer: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Ulster Unionist councillor backs hoteliers in gay discrimination case (Jan 20):
Henry McDonald

Business as usual for Cowen at North-South meeting: BBC

Second plot to remove Ireland's PM: The Scotsman
Padraic Halpin

How in God's name did it all come to this?: The Irish Times
Thomas McCarthy

Europe's shoddy attempt to vilify Ireland:
Ambrose Evans-Pritchard

Scots Tell London, Hands Off Our Clocks (Jan 21): New York Times
Sarah Lyall

Friday, January 21

Irish government falls and calls 11 March poll: The Independent
David McKittrick

Brian Cowen due at North-South Ministerial meeting: BBC

Adams quits as Westminster MP: The Scotsman
Steven McCaffery

Adams sets his stall out in Mid-Louth: Dundalk Democrat

McGahon launches attack on Adams – Former Louth TD calls for people to snub Sinn Féin president: Dundalk Democrat
James Rogers

Blunt talk about UUP man was a bad call: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Welcome move by unionists: The News Letter

Teamwork – SDLP style: BBC
Mark Devenport

Sectarian abuse of police officer: Impartial Reporter

Signs of 'Londonderry' in draft document: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Leaders back Maze redevelopment bid: Belfast Telegraph

Gardaí make further seizures in murder probe: Irish Examiner
Sean O'Riordan

Man arrested after dissident searches in south Armagh: BBC

Three to stand trial in constable murder case: The News Letter

Tensions rise among UDA factions in north Belfast after 'tussle' in street: Belfast Telegraph

Orange brethren condemn attacks on halls: Londonderry Sentinel
Olga Bradshaw

£35,000 to police parade: Impartial Reporter

Most parades need little policing: Londonderry Sentinel

No approach made to wind up US fund for Ireland, says Roche: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Obama makes Ireland fund appointments: The Irish Times
Lara Marlowe

'Bloody Sunday' invite: Londonderry Sentinel
Olga Bradshaw

DUP meets Presbyterian leaders: Belfast Telegraph

PMS rescue will be 'in July at the earliest': The News Letter

Women to share experiences of conflict: Londonderry Sentinel

Gail Sheridan accuses police of religious persecution: The Herald
Brian Currie

Thursday, January 20

DUP and UUP strike deal to work together: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Fermanagh SDLP selects Gallagher for assembly election: BBC

Ford in frontline policing pledge despite £260m cut: Belfast Telegraph

Baron Empey of Shandon joins their lordships during marathon debate: Belfast Telegraph

Irish republicans 'aiming for more young recruits': BBC
Jim Taylor

Seven arrests in dissident probe: BBC

It's time true republicans claimed back the word: Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

Peter King's Terrorism Problem:
Tim Murphy

State influenced Omagh bomb action, court told: Belfast Telegraph

Inquiry into Finucane death would damage British Government: Irish Post
Robert Mulhern

Peter Robinson – Losing EU funds bad form: Belfast Telegraph

New divisions over budget plans: Belfast Telegraph

Ex-NIW director confronts Adams: The News Letter

Minister in NI water crisis withstands calls to resign: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

£21m Maze plan 'could create thousands of jobs': Belfast Telegraph

Timing is everything in Fianna Fail coup d'etat: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Royals 'were facing both ways on the Nationalists' (Jan 18): The Scotsman
Mark Smith

Prince William's daughter a queen? Yes, and I hope she marries a Catholic:
Christina Odone

Home Nations players urged to sue FAs over Team GB bid: The Scotsman
David Maddox

Wednesday, January 19

Bomb Anger: Derry Journal

Terror alerts 'cause cancer service delays': The News Letter

Six arrested in connection with Cork murder:

Louth man gets 11 years for car bomb conspiracy: The Irish Times

Orange Order can't live in the past: The News Letter
Liam Clarke

Unionists welcome ruling on stun guns: The News Letter

Evangelical preacher set to hold rally in the heart of West Belfast (Jan 17): Belfast Media
Paul Ainsworth

UUP refuses to back draft NI budget: BBC

DRD consultation on bi-lingual signage sparks division: The Cross Examiner
Brónagh Murphy

What tribal really means: Belfast Media

Audit report piles pressure on Murphy: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Conor Murphy due before DRD committee over water crisis: BBC

Crisis is no excuse for point-scoring: Belfast Telegraph

Lower corporate tax in North 'could lead to cut in block grant': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Cowen's fate will impact on Ulster (Jan 18): The News Letter
Sam McBride

New row flares over Maze spending plans: The News Letter

Ireland to pay for its own lighthouses: Financial Times
Robert Wright

Michaela's legacy reaches across the sporting divide: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Irish attitude to religion 'marked by ambivalence': The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

The Ordinariate has got off to an impressive start – but now it needs a London church:
Damian Thompson

The faithful lose in this victory for misogyny (Jan 16): The Observer

Facebook removes Neil Lennon threat web page: BBC

Vile yobs start 2nd Lennon death site: The Sun
Alan Carson

Tuesday, January 18

Outrage at McGuinness TV comments on Queen: The News Letter

Parade reasons queried: Belfast Media
Ian Allen

Ex UUP MLA David McClarty stands as independent: BBC

Identities of political donors to stay secret: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Sinn Fein – Lift the secrecy on political party donors: Belfast Telegraph

Shinners march to mix of tunes (Jan 17): (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Bombing at City of Culture office: The Independent
David McKittrick

Derry bomb attack linked to award: Belfast Telegraph

Dissidents republicans bombed Derry: UTV Internet

21-year-old flees after further death threat: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

WikiLeaks data gives fresh impetus to Pat Finucane inquiry campaign:
Jon Robins

Youth worker charged with teen's murder is suspended from post: Belfast Media
Scott Jamison

A fitting tribute to the UDR courage (Jan 15): The News Letter

Legal bid to stop PSNI using tasers fails: BBC

It's time for Irish on our road signs: Belfast Media
Ciara Quinn

Murphy hits out at water 'opportunists': UTV Internet

Big parties take the shine off Stormont (Jan 16): (from the Sunday Times)
Liam Clarke

Catholic jobs halved: Belfast Media
Scott Jamison

Robinson pays respects and says community united in grief: Irish Examiner
Steven McCaffery

Revenue moves on developer McFeely's firms (Jan 16): Sunday Business Post
Gavin Daly

Proposed carbon tax unfair burden on Northern Ireland business (Jan 16): (from the Sunday Times)
Kathy Johnston

Irish PM Brian Cowen facing confidence vote: BBC

Whether Cowen stays or goes, it's the end of Fianna Fáil as we know it: Irish Examiner
Fergus Finlay

Councillor condemns Facebook Neil Lennon threat: BBC

Facebook won't close 'shoot Neil Lennon' page: Belfast Telegraph
Sarah Rainey

Monday, January 17

Explosion at Guildhall Square in Londonderry: BBC

City centre sealed off after blast: Belfast Telegraph

Suspicious vehicle causes motorway closure: UTV Internet

New grand master puts Christian ethos at top: The News Letter
Bryan Gray

Man arrested after 'suspicious activity' at Orange Hall: BBC

Spate of Orange Hall attacks in Tyrone: UTV Internet

Sculptor 'honoured' to work on UDR artwork: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Terror kingpin Johnny 'Mad Dog' Adair is prime suspect as dodgy cigarettes flood Scotland (Jan 16): Scottish Sunday Mail
Russell Findlay

Paisley and Palin, brother and sister in arms (Jan 16): Sunday Tribune
Michael Clifford

Poor living conditions in Ardoyne highlighted (Dec 30): The Irish Times
Eamon Phoenix

Tourist signage unused because 'Irish not prominent' (Jan 16): Sunday Tribune
Ken Foxe

Media obession with bleak economy (Jan 14): The News Letter
Sammy Wilson

Irish Leader Rejects Push to Resign as Party Chief: New York Times
John F. Burns

Martin withdraws support as Cowen calls vote of confidence: The Irish Times
Harry McGee and Mary Minihan

There and Back Again: BBC
Mark Devenport

Fianna Fáil leadership – Cowen lacks support of the people: Irish Examiner

'Shoot' threat to Neil Lennon: The Sun
Kenny McAlpine

'UK should pay back profit from Ireland bailout': Evening Standard

Anglican bishops make history as first ordained Catholic priests: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Sunday, January 16

Vandals attack Orange Hall near Aughnacloy in Tyrone: BBC

Sculpture set to mark courage of UDR: The News Letter

No Nama fire sale of assets in province, says Irish finance minister (Jan 14): Belfast Telegraph

Prime Ministers and leaders to vist Londonderry: Londonderry Sentinel

Tug of war over corporation tax (Jan 13): Belfast Telegraph
Paul Gosling

Northern light goes out after decades of service: Sunday Independent

Social activist who blazed a trail in Northern Ireland (Jan 15): The Irish Times

CoE rebels made Catholic priests: Independent on Sunday
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