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Wednesday, January 29

NI leaders focus on parading in Haass blueprint talks: BBC

Haass mired in political mud ... while the parties dig in deeper: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Chief constable rule change – David Ford 'little Nero' says DUP: BBC

New police chief criteria 'appropriate': UTV

Irish dissident groups 'thwarted by surveillance technology': TheGuardian.com
Henry McDonald

Death threat against Irish soldier from 'terror group': Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keefe

Pill dealer's death threat: Belfast Media

Man and woman held over gun attack on police close to loyalist Twaddell camp: Belfast Telegraph

Bench warrant issued for man due to stand trial on IRA membership: Irish Independent
Diarmaid Mac Dermott

Rioter jumped onto police Land Rover: Ulster Star

DUP stay silent on Paisley TV programmes: Ballymoney Times

Once more, a roar of defiance from Ian Paisley: Tribune Magazine
John Coulter

Cross-border collusion delegation in Brussels: Derry Journal

Justice has no monetary value, insists IRA victim: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Family of murdered garda in SF protest: Evening Herald
Alison Bray

'Disappeared' story is told: Derry Journal

Who Killed Jean McConville?: The Chronicle of Higher Education
Beth McMurtrie

Omagh bomb – Two held liable bid for Supreme Court hearing: BBC

Ex-gardaí list CB radio failings in Smithwick inquiry: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

DUP 'disappointed' at criticism of Smithwick: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Change will deliver for RUC widows – many who lost husbands as a result of terrorism during the Troubles: Belfast Telegraph
Samuel Morrison

Twenty years ago, the Gerry Adams visa was a triumph for Irish America: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

The reform of local councils in Northern Ireland is a blatant DUP – Sinn Fein carve up: Belfast Telegraph
Henry Reilly

Who pulls the strings at Stormont?: Impartial Reporter
Kylie Noble

Number of unelected councillors is due to double-job changes – DUP (Jan 16): The News Letter

One in seven councillors unelected – revelation described as complete abuse of democratic system (Jan 17): Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

New bilingual road signs welcomed in Park Village: Derry Journal

Funding agreed for Ulster Scots project: Newtownabbey Times

Playwright thrilled as sales surge: UTV

Newtownabbey was right to overturn the ban on play: The News Letter

DUP deputy mayor right to take stance on play ban (Jan 27): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Libel laws – Nesbitt claims 'overwhelming support' for NI reform: BBC

Scottish independence – Bank of England governor Mark Carney enters debate: BBC
Andrew Black

Governor must not bow to Salmond's word games over currency union: Daily Telegraph
Alan Cochrane

New Zealand may vote to remove Union Jack from flag: RTE

Tuesday, January 28

Martin McGuinness and DUP bicker on eve of Haass process talks: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

UK 'must help fund peace deal': Belfast Telegraph

Fringe players hold little sway when it comes election time: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Being political realists we take the long view on an opposition in the Assembly: Belfast Telegraph
Will Chambre

Top policing job criteria changed: TheDetail.tv
Niall McCracken

Matt Baggott replacement – First Ministers slam Ford over change of rules for top PSNI job: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Matt Baggott replacement – Now four top officers in running for the job: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Former Paisley parishioners tight-lipped on controversy: The News Letter

Testing times for Peter Robinson as Ian Paisley Jr waits in wings: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Extension celebration on special occasion at Seagoe Orange Hall: Portadown Times

Eirigi man denies snaps of police were intended for use in terrorism: Belfast Telegraph
John Cassidy

Police photo publisher to 'blank faces': UTV

Two plead guilty to terror offences: RTE

Man released in Kearney murder probe: UTV

Priest pays tribute to murdered IRA man amid investigation breakthrough: Irish News

Victims of IRA plan Libya visit to quiz Gaddafi's former spy: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

'Compensation the only form of justice available to IRA victims': The News Letter

Three former gardai call on the Government to reject Smithwick findings: Irish Independent

Lack of basic crime reconstruction a 'serious omission', say former gardaí: The Irish Times
Conor Lally

Smithwick Tribunal failed to establish collusion based on balance of probabilities: The Irish Times
John O'Brien, Michael Finnegan, Michael Staunton

Garda group-think – the force has form (Jan 26): Sunday Independent
Gene Kerrigan

Judgment reserved over Corrigan costs at Smithwick Tribunal: RTE

Former detective to appeal any denial of Smithwick Tribunal costs: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

'Ridiculous' ban on 'blasphemous' play lifted: Irish Independent

Faith is not held with same intensity on the UK mainland: The News Letter
Editorial

Never forget horror of Nazis – Beware of Irish racist threat: Irish Independent
John Coulter

Teaching religion and the time factor: The Irish Times
Editorial

Yes Scotland sheds more senior staff as funding doubts reemerge: TheGuardian.com
Severin Carrell

Euro problems have prevented an easy Yes vote, claims historian (Jan 27): The Herald
Kate Devlin

Yes campaign playing the long game (Jan 26): Scotland on Sunday
Stephen Noon

Monday, January 27

There is no appetite for terror campaign, says top dissident: The News Letter

Breakdown in Haass talks masks earlier achievements: Belfast Telegraph
Jim Dee

Villiers backs new Commission: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Jemma McGrath survived a UVF bid to kill her, but has no intention of returning to her east Belfast home: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Republican graves group gets backing: Ballymoney Times

Rock thrown at home on Belfast interface: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Solicitor slams Corey gag order on release: Lurgan Mail

Breakthrough in IRA informer murder: UTV

Ousted UVF chiefs told to hand back cash by HQ (Jan 19): Sunday World
Hugh Jordan

Payments to RUC officers for hearing loss totally justified (Jan 25): The News Letter
Editorial

Secrets From Belfast: The Chronicle of Higher Education
Beth McMurtrie

Tony Blair 'brokered deal' blocking IRA victims from suing Libya: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Justice doesn't seem to count for our son killed by the IRA (Jan 26): Sunday Telegraph
Robert Mendick and Edward Malnick

Ballymurphy Army killings – campaign to lobby MEPs: BBC

Tour for Troubles' 'missing' exhibition: Belfast Telegraph

Casement residents take protest to Sinn Fein: Irish News

GAA photograph objectors 'ultra sensitive' says tribunal (Jan 20): BBC

Common goal for Belfast (Jan 23): Belfast Telegraph
Steven Beacom

New marker to tackle bandits: Londonderry Sentinel

Axed play rides high after Newtownabbey DUP storm: Irish News
David Roy

Ignorance is not bliss concerning censorship (Jan 25): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Irishmen who won first World War VCs to get commemorative paving stones: The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

Child abuse inquiry – Northern Ireland Executive failing victims of clerical abuse (Jan 14): Belfast Telegraph
Samuel Morrison

Priests' group labels Quinn's comments on religious education 'unacceptable': The Irish Times

Simon Cowell's bodyguard at Britain's Got Talent auditions is ex-IRA gunman Brendan Curran: The Sunday Life
Ciaran Barnes

The Irish and the Clintons - A love affair (Jan 20): Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
James O'Shea

Promoting Irish – Sadly it may be too late (Jan 24): Irish Examiner
Editorial

Bloody Sunday march takes place in Glasgow: BBC

Scottish independence – Experts say separate coronation may be necessary: BBC
Jamie Ross

Scots aren't better than the English ... or worse. We're the same ... but our political cultures are worlds apart (Jan 26): Sunday Herald
Iain Macwhirter

Sunday, January 26

Church maintains vow of silence despite founder's fierce attack: The News Letter

Paisley reveals anguish over a 'family' betrayal: Sunday Independent
Henry McDonald

Despite Paisleys' blast, Robinson can feel relieved: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Getting even... Ian Paisley's last stand: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Fearless Baroness Paisley is her husband's loyal confidante: The News Letter
Laura McMullan

Eileen – The love of Ian Paisley's life: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Republican group Éirígí to take on Sinn Fein at polls: The News Letter

'UDA behind' gun attack on house: UTV

PUP man tells Twaddell protestors political strategy is needed: The News Letter

IRA victims plan to sue Tony Blair over Libya 'conniving': Sunday Telegraph
Edward Malnick and Robert Mendick

Rubber bullet death inquest is 'just the tip of the iceberg': The News Letter

Retired garda group slams Smithwick: Sunday Independent
Maeve Sheehan and Jim Cusack

Republic has issues to examine: The News Letter
Nigel Dodds

Gerry Adams "proud" of his past links with the Provisional IRA (Jan 21): Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Patrick Counihan

Police Federation defends hearing loss compensation bill: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Arlene Foster speaks on Sinn Fein and why fracking could be a game changer: Fermanagh Herald

Universities in Northern Ireland given access to Republic's funding scheme: Times Higher Education
Paul Jump

Fears of a DUP takeover of culture in borough prompted council's arts board to cancel Bible play: Belfast Telegraph
Amanda Ferguson

Banned play – Arts minister 'saddened' by council decision: BBC

Councillors defend Bible play ban amid storm of publicity: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Bible spoof play ban makes Northern Ireland a laughing stock: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Reopening of Vatican Embassy a U-turn, says Mullen (Jan 22): The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

You're wrong, Mr Gilmore – Church's interest in charity is nothing new (Jan 24): Irish Independent
David Quinn

Turning the other cheek? No, Vatican embassy U-turn is just opportunism (Jan 25): Irish Independent
Liam Fay

Anti-Irish hatred has no place in modern Scotland: The Observer
Kevin McKenna

Scottish independence within SNP's grasp – poll: Scotland on Sunday
Tom Peterkin

Revealed – the Foreign Office Devo unit's drive to kill off independence: Sunday Herald
Tom Gordon

Why you may have to pack a passport to visit Scotland – Families would face Calais-style checks when returning to England if country wins independence (Jan 23): Daily Mail
James Slack

A Yes vote could be making of the right wing in Scotland (Jan 24): The Herald
Rebecca McQuillan

No unionist should damage the Union by careless words (Jan 17): The News Letter
Editorial

Saturday, January 25

Haass proposals – Deal could secure extra money says Villiers: BBC

UUP's plan for Stormont opposition – Empey tables Lords move, but party may not take on role: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Sectarianism undermines the primacy of democratic politics (Jan 23): Belfast Telegraph
Declan Kearney

Acknowledging our own faults: Derry Journal
Editorial

NW men key at both ends of Paisley leadership (Jan 21): Londonderry Sentinel

Ian Paisley's family had begun to prepare for his funeral (Jan 20): Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Former street preacher and agitator now full of years and of self-satisfaction: The Irish Times
Fionnuala O'Connor

Paisley's story is one of chances lost and rare opportunities missed: Irish Independent
Gerard O'Regan

DUP might like to send Ian Paisley to North Korea (Jan 22): Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

The ruthless DUP knows it was right to ditch Paisley: New Statesman
Kevin Meagher

What would Paisley make of Miley's 'twerking'? (Jan 22): Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Teenage couple 'made bombs for dissident republicans' at Armagh home, court hears: Belfast Telegraph

Man injured in bomb attack is proud owner of first £40,000 bionic hand in Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Joanne Sweeney

IRA Hyde Park bomb – Irishman John Downey denies murder charge: Irish Post

Fresh inquest into rubber bullet death: UTV

'We've had enough of the lies' – say family of Derry man hit at close range by British army rubber bullet: Derry Journal
Sean McLaughlin

42nd anniversary of Bloody Sunday: Derry Journal

Superintendent claims man taking photographs in IRA: The Irish Times
Brian Kavanagh

Brinks Trial – Smuggling Millar (Jan 21): Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
Gary Craig

Adams – SF doesn't know who killed Garda Adrian Donohoe: Irish Independent

The Border foxes – why no arrests in the killing of Det Garda Adrian Donohoe?: The Irish Times
Conor Lally

Cancellation of 'blasphemous' play interferes with freedom of speech – Amnesty International: Irish Independent

Comedian Jake O'Kane criticises council play decision: BBC

Comedy company considers other venues for Bible show: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

'Free speech means free speech, which cannot be restricted only to things you agree with': InsideIreland
Ian Parsley

Puritan tradition is alive and well: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Arts Council leaves cross-border scheme: Donegal Democrat

Row over DUP claims Northern Ireland arts too elitist: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Scottish independence – 'American-led wars risk': The Scotsman
Andrew Whitaker

Of course Robert Burns would vote for Scottish independence: The Guardian
Liz Lochhead

Salmond's fantasy (Jan 13): Daily Telegraph
Editorial

Fruday, January 24

McGuinness admits 'difficulties' in relationship with Peter Robinson: Irish Independent

UUP in Northern Ireland Assembly opposition proposal: BBC

Stormont must heed its people: Belfast Telegraph
Peter Bunting

Head of Police Scotland in frame for top PSNI job: Irish News

We don't blame you, Matt Baggott – PSNI Chief Constable quits after three years: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Former police officer 'wouldn't touch top PSNI job with a barge bole': The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Whoever succeeds Matt Baggott will face 'a battle every day' as PSNI Chief Constable: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Matt Baggott retires – Why Northern Ireland's dark side is still a stumbling block for the PSNI Chief Constable: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Baggott served with integrity but it is time for a change: The News Letter
Editorial

Paisley jnr's future not affected by father's claims – Robinson: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Peter Robinson – I gave Ian Paisley Jnr fatherly advice over TV storm: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

We had a real friendship and still have, McGuinness says of Ian Paisley: The News Letter

Paisley 'inaccurate' about events – Dodds: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Ian Paisley lambasted O'Neill for policy now pursued by DUP: The News Letter
David McCann

Forget the squabbling; this is still Paisley's party: Impartial Reporter
Warren Little

Why the DUP PR machine has failed: The News Letter
Nick Garbutt

In BBC interview, the bigoted Ian Paisley of old is resurrected: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Editorial

Protester's Union flag display at Belfast City Hall gates ends in his arrest: Belfast Telegraph
Michelle Smyth

Man 'who put photos of police officers on Facebook' appears in court: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Donnelly

Allister slams referral to Greysteel killers as actors: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Ombudsman probing new information on Teebane massacre: The News Letter

Alleged gunman in double murder of two Catholic workmen not questioned, court hears: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Preliminary inquest soon for Kingsmills: The News Letter

Thomas Friel – New inquest ordered into rubber bullet death: BBC

DUP veteran – Robinson wrong to attend murdered PSNI officer Ronan Kerr's funeral mass: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Gerry Kelly cleared over Maze escape comment: The News Letter

Sinn Fein's prodigal son set to return – but for how long?: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

Flanagan cleared over 'crass' Royal tweet: Impartial Reporter

SF 'knows who killed Adrian': Irish Independent
Paul Williams

Northern Ireland Christians force cancellation of comedy based on Bible: TheGuardian.com
Henry McDonald

Comedy Bible play axed after Evangelical Christians in DUP complain it mocks their religion: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Cromie

Irish language 'being driven to margins of society’: The Irish Times
Éanna Ó Caollaí, Pól Ó Muirí & Harry McGee

British exit from EU wouldn't give Taoiseach a headache: TheJournal.ie
Nicky Ryan

Scottish 'No' camp doesn't want Ulster unionists support: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Scots to stay British despite vote: The Herald
Magnus Gardham

Thursday, January 23

PM – No imposed deal over Haass: Belfast Telegraph

The only way is forward together: The News Letter
David Latimer

Absence of implementation and legislation of Richard Haass/Meghan O'Sullivan plans leaves vacuum: Belfast Telegraph
Colum Eastwood

Northern Ireland police chief Matt Baggott to retire: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Tributes paid as Chief Constable Matt Baggott announces retirement: The News Letter

Only one PSNI member eligible to take on leader's role: Irish News
Allison Morris

Who'd want this impossible job?: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Revealed – Secret files on Ian Paisley's ousting sent to Washington: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Ex-DUP MLA Paul Berry shocked by Paisley decommissioning 'insult': The News Letter
Sam McBride

Ian Paisley – Remarks on IRA decommissioning could be overlooked but deserve scrutiny: Belfast Telegraph
Samuel Morrison

Ian Paisley was pushed out in purge by Peter Robinson, says TUV leader Jim Allister: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Quarter of a million tune in for Paisley: The News Letter

O'Loan casts doubts on Paisley recollections: Ballymena Times

Doubts over accuracy of Ian Paisley's Tony Blair recollections: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Big Ian v Biggar: The Irish Times
Frank McNally

Eileen Paisley shows she can pack as powerful a political punch as husband Ian: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Has the doc perished on the sword of his own ego?: Impartial Reporter
Denzil McDaniel

Why ditching Dr Ian Paisley was right thing to do for health of the party: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Target set for returning Troubles victims' calls: The News Letter

Preliminary inquest soon for Kingsmills: The News Letter

Twenty years on – The lifting of the ban on broadcasting Sinn Féin: BBC
Kevin Sharkey

Meath West TD Peadar Toíbín to rejoin Sinn Fein: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

Simon Hamilton – David Cameron will make right call on Northern Ireland corporation tax: Belfast Telegraph
Clare Weir

Ross Kemp found 'majority happy' in NI (Jan 21): UTV

Ross Kemp – 'There are people who thought I would take sides in Northern Ireland' (Jan 21): The Irish Times
Eoin Butler

Ministers discuss all-island bid: Belfast Telegraph

GAA to answer Ireland's call: Irish News
Paddy Tierney

One decade on ... illegal waste to be repatriated to Republic of Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Linda Stewart

New North-South agreement will enable cross-border participation on SFI research programmes: Silicon Republic
Elaine Burke

Papal visit urged as embassy re-opened: Evening Herald
Alison Bray

Glasgow Bloody Sunday march rerouted amid fears of disorder: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Indyref issues – 27% want Scots army, 25% new broadcaster...47% fear immigration influx: The Herald
Magnus Gardham

Independence activists use crowdfunding to dig into their supporter's pockets: TheGuardian.com
Severin Carrell

Wednesday, January 22

Northern Ireland parties to talk again on Haass proposals: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Haass 'won't be kicked into long grass': UTV

Mid-Ulster MP urges British parties to express support for Haass: Mid Ulster Mail

Party rebuffs Paisley's claim that he was forced to quit as leader Elected representatives tight-lipped amid fallout from TV documentary: Irish News
John Manley

No resignation ultimatum given to Paisley in 2008 by senior party colleagues, DUP says: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Brusque DUP statement rejects Paisley's 'forced out' claims: Ballymena Times
Des Blackadder

Grieving Ann Travers recalls the Ian Paisley hug that meant so much after IRA gunned down her sister: Belfast Telegraph
Amanda Ferguson

McIlveen – Paisley deserves respect of the church: The News Letter
Adam Kula

Ian Paisley still living in Free Presbyterian Church manse and £300k luxury retirement flat – despite alleged 'campaign of poison': Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Sad, disappointing, mind still sharp – web users' mixed reaction to Paisley on TV: The News Letter

In Ballymena – the stronghold of Paisleyism – the surprise reaction to Ian's revelations is one of indifference: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Many 'keeping their own counsel' in Paisley heartland: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Paisley fails to get the last word as his political legacy is left exposed: Irish Examiner
Gerard Howlin

Did Ian Paisley always believe in civil rights?: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

New DUP inheriting New Labour's biggest problems: The News Letter
Sam McBride

DUP must show it's more than just Ian Paisley's party, now the old myths are shattered: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

UUP's Maze 'nutters' complaint against Spratt dismissed: The News Letter

17 men cleared of unlawful protest at Ardoyne Apprentice Boys parade: Belfast Telegraph

Men to sue police and PPS after Ardoyne protest case thrown out: The News Letter

Flag protestor jailed for rioting: UTV

Victim was threatened by UVF – Bereaved mother tells murder trial of terrorists' menacing warning: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh McDonald

Castlereagh break-in – Retired Special Branch officer to appeal over £22,400 payout: Belfast Telegraph
Colin Breen

Millar warns against trying to 'rewrite' Teebane history: Tyrone Times

Pearse Jordan – Part of court challenge to inquest verdict over IRA man death 'should not have been held behind closed doors': Belfast Telegraph

Search for witness to schoolboy's shooting in 1972 'proving difficult': The News Letter

Bloody Sunday black ribbon launched: Derry Journal

Artist Ballagh to unveil new mural in Bogside: Derry Journal

Two years after cuts led to closure, 'scaled-down' Vatican embassy opens: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Pope was reason to reopen Vatican embassy: Irish Examiner
Michael O'Kane

Cardinal Brady hails Vatican reopening as triumph for Church-State dialogue: The Irish Times
Joe Humphreys

U-turn on embassy is embarrassing for Mr Gilmore but let's not be churlish about it: Irish Independent
Michael Kelly

Adams accuses European leaders of trying to create 'EU army': TheJournal.ie
Michelle Hennessy

Safety fears over Bloody Sunday republican march past cenotaph: STV
Matt Coyle

Tuesday, January 21

Leaders to hold second Haass meeting: UTV

Haass proposals – DUP reacts angrily to Irish Government's proposal of intervention: Belfast Telegraph
Amanda Ferguson

TUV anger at McGuinness linking Orange Order to UVF fails to make floor of Assembly: The News Letter

The only way is forward together: Londonderry Sentinel

Seal the deal over Haass – Business leaders and Irish President in call to Northern Ireland parties: Belfast Telegraph
Jack Brennan

Time to move on from flagging politics of past: Irish News
Brendan Mulgrew

With Richard Haass gone the Assembly got back to discussing ... Haass: Belfast Telegraph
Will Chambre

Anne Ferris on why we can't let dissident groups splinter the path to peace: Irish Mirror
Anne Ferris

There is no role for Dublin in talks on parades or flags: The News Letter
Editorial

Paisley on Sinn Fein deal and Iris Robinson affair: The News Letter

DUP 'saddened' Paisley has damaged his political record in BBC documentary: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Paisleys' allegations are met with silence: The News Letter
Sam McBride and Adam Kula

Church tight-lipped in wake of Paisley's views: The News Letter
Adam Kula

DUP tries to ride out storm over scathing Paisley attack: Irish News
John Manley

At war with its founder, DUP leadership is in uncharted water: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Ian Paisley and DUP – Politics 'red in tooth and claw': BBC
Mark Devenport

Blame-free Paisley didn't fool anyone: Ulster Herald
Ronan McSherry

Ian Paisley – The vitriolic tongue of an ambitious and self-important leader: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Revenge is final act for Paisley: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Paisley doing more damage to himself than to Robinson: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Paisley – The gloves are off with re-opening of political wounds: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Paisley revelations have roots in 2007 interview: The News Letter
Ed Moloney

Gang paid IRA thug €20,000 to gun down Michael Devoy: Irish Mirror
Cathal McMahon

Rioter 'jumped on police Land Rover': UTV

12 men sent for trial over killing of Catholic father-of-four Kevin McDaid in Coleraine: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

DUP says allegation that government assisted in creation of Provisional IRA must be investigated: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

IRA's bloody past can't be whitewashed: The News Letter
Ross Hussey

Moy woman to sue British Government for father's murder: Tyrone Times
Sheena McStravick

Joint ministerial trade mission confirmed for Singapore Airshow: RTE

Ukip send Scots chairman for anti-sectarianism counselling: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Scottish independence – EU 'fast-track' dismissed: The Scotsman

Monday, January 20

Haass involvement in NI over: UTV

'No unwanted solution to flags impasse': Irish Independent
Daniel McConnell

Peace rally held in Belfast: UTV

Low turnout for peaceful protest: Irish News
Brian Campbell

Why our past means nothing to investors (Jan 16): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

The Rev Ian Paisley's wrath for the unionist successor Peter Robinson who 'broke his heart': The Independent
David McKittrick

Ian Paisley says DUP told him to quit as leader: BBC
Martina Purdy

Paisley says senior figures in DUP conspired to remove him from leadership: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Paisley – Robinson is a beast; his ways are not mine: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Paisley claims 'harm his legacy' – DUP: UTV

Ian Paisley interview – DUP and Peter Robinson react to comments made in anticipated BBC documentary: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Lord Morrow rejects Paisley claims made in documentary: Mid Ulster Mail
Michael McGlade

Baroness Paisley recalls lifelong friend Desmond Boal's last visit: The News Letter

Robinson household was source of sleaze, claims Baroness: The News Letter

Paisley told Blair you 'fool' after conversion to Catholicism: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Paisley 'heartbroken' over exit from church: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Paisley family says father's removal as church leader was like being stabbed: The News Letter

David McKittrick – Score-settling will damage church and party: Irish Independent
David McKittrick

A bitter footnote to a political career: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Carrickfergus security alert declared elaborate hoax: BBC

Police Federation 'astonishment' at understaffing estimate (Jan 16): The News Letter

Families in limbo over unsolved murders until HET's future is sorted: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Survey says HET should be disbanded: UTV

HET alternative needed, says expert: Belfast Telegraph

Ross Kemp to investigate 'extreme world' of The Troubles: TheJournal.ie
Aoife Barry

Northern Ireland's economy kept afloat by weapons such as £100m Thales deal (Jan 16): Belfast Telegraph
David Elliott

Alex Salmond, the SNP and 'fascist Scotland': Daily Telegraph
Damian Thompson

Scottish independence – 'Yes vote will end in court' (Jan 19): Scotland on Sunday
Scott Macnab

Can UK sporting bodies have the best interests of Scottish sportspeople at heart? (Jan 16): The Herald
Kevin Ferrie

1983 State papers

Thatcher said RCs doomed to exclusion (Jan 16): Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Sunday, January 19

Haass proposals – Government may intervene says Eamon Gilmore: BBC

US government wants North talks resolution for St Patrick's Day: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Patrick Counihan

Haass proposals – Leaders must not squander hopes, says Kegworth survivor: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Crisis in Executive deepens after McGuiness' 'visceral' remarks: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Unionist leaders should sue over McGuinness' claims about UVF-Orange links, says Allister: The News Letter

Former DUP Lord Mayor Gavin Robinson to confront Martin McGuinness over Orange Order claims: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Who'll pay for flags, parades and past? You will, Northern Ireland – Villiers: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Though like warring spouses, Robinson and McGuinness need each other: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Wisdom of letting North's two tribes settle differences: Sunday Independent
ohn-Paul McCarthy

Will 2014 be about the future or the past? (Jan 17): Belfast Telegraph
John McCallister

Was cop unit diverted to Camp Twaddell?: Belfast Media

Getting evidence from intelligence is a slow process (Jan 16): Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

BBC to air brutal Paisley critique of DUP and Free Presbyterian church: The News Letter
Sam McBride

It was religion, not politics that drove Ian Paisley (Jan 15): Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

M&S victim of 'the Jackal' raised IRA Gaddafi links: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Orange and Hibernian banners adorn the walls of Cavan church: Portadown Times

Man fears for life after spending £50,000 of 'IRA cash' on booze and women: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Dear diary... my teenage life in 1981 (Jan 10): Belfast Telegraph
Kerry McKittrick

Ard Dealgan to feature in BBC show on McFeely: Dundalk Democrat

Emmet Stagg mocks Gerry Adams on Dail Bar: Sunday Independent
John Drennan

Ireland's real friend in Europe is not who you think: TheJournal.ie
Damien Kiberd

The EU – should Britain be in or out?: The Observer

Yes vote 'will cost families in Scotland £750 each' (Jan 18): The Herald
Magnus Gardham

UK Treasury had no choice but to give Scottish independence debt pledge (Jan 14): TheGuardian.com
Katie Allen

The secret's out on UK shared debt: Scotland on Sunday
Andrew Wilson

Saturday, January 18

First Minister Peter Robinson brands Martin McGuinness a 'dictator' over breakdown of talks on future of Northern Ireland: The Independent
David McKittrick

Robinson – Comments 'very unhelpful': BBC

Orange Order claims Martin Mc Guinness is trying to scupper talks: Highland Radio

Implementation and legislation of Haass best way to honour obligations to victims and survivors: Belfast Telegraph
Colum Eastwood

Haass report buries truth about the past: The News Letter
Patrick Roche

After Richard Haass talks a step change is urgently required from both governments (Jan 16): Belfast Telegraph
Declan Kearney

Papering over the cracks: Derry Journal
Editorial

Paisley – BBC buckles under DUP onslaught with last-minute changes made to interview: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

TV viewers unmoved by Ian Paisley the provocateur: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Connolly

'Council of Europe report further highlights need for Irish Language Act' – Ó Muirí: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Four Irish language groups lose key funding: BBC

Killer Marin Corey's release – what has changed?: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Man released in dissident investigation: UTV

Police investigate Kirkwood's foul-mouthed tirade: Irish News

Man jailed for sectarian hammer attack: UTV

'Loyalist criminality will be exposed by UPRG' (Jan 16): Belfast Media
Evan Short

Police investigate anti-Polish hate crimes in Belfast: TheGuardian.com
Henry McDonald

Coroner pledge over inquest into Sean Brown's murder: Mid Ulster Mail

State security 'took priority' over tackling drugs in 1960s: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Schools' Unity Bridge idea moves closer to reality: Londonderry Sentinel
Niall Deeney

Twitter users hijack TUV Q&A session: UTV

Taoiseach proposes London event during President Higgins' state visit: Irish Post

Syracuse St. Patrick's Parade names Project Children host families and Channel 9 as grand marshals (Jan 16): Syracuse Post-Standard
Charley Hannagan

Police may reroute city march for fear of disorder: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Independent Scotland would not be guaranteed EU membership, warns William Hague: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Hague's view on EU ignores Scotland's unique situation: The Herald
Ian Bell

Europe will affect the Scots referendum, but not in the way everyone expects: The Spectator
Hamish Macdonell

Now Margaret Thatcher is being drawn into the Scottish independence debate (Jan 5): The Spectator
Hamish Macdonell

Why do some Scots want to leave the United Kingdom?: The Economist

1983 State papers

Paisley told Thatcher to challenge Reagan over IRA ruling in US: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Friday, January 17

Northern Ireland political row threatens power-sharing: TheGuardian.com
Henry McDonald

Martin McGuinness – Unionists agree Orange Order, UVF and PUP 'acting as one and the same': Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

McGuinness 'in denial' over parades and flags issues – Robinson: The Irish Times

Haass talks – Peter Robinson attacks 'dictator' McGuinness: BBC

Obama and Cameron discuss Haass: UTV

US Vice-President Joe Biden called Peter Robinson over Haass: BBC
Mark Devenport

Finding Peace In Northern Ireland: WBUR.org
Timothy Phillips

Unionists reject Euro report on Irish language: The News Letter

Paisley discharged from hospital: UTV

Party on edge as it awaits Paisley's parting verdict: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Paisley's admiration for loyalist copper who led Catholic mass killings: Sunday World
Hugh Jordan

Ian Paisley Junior silent on father's TV programme: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Rev Ian Paisley, statesman?: The Scotsman
Peter Geoghegan

Getting tough with Paisley will suit some in the new DUP: The News Letter
Sam McBride

The ego that quashed the morals: Impartial Reporter
Warren Little

Sharon and Paisley shared a belief that their people were chosen by God: The Irish Times
Eamonn McCann

Restrictions on loyalist and nationalist parades next month: The News Letter

'Drug dealers' ordered out says McCord: Belfast Media
Evan Short

Dissident threat a factor in major police operation: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Sinn Féin welcome release of Martin Corey: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Corey and legal team gagged over strict parole conditions: Irish News
Allison Morris

Corey release remains a puzzle: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Man arrested in dissident republican investigation: BBC

Adams locates last Disappeared – Kenny: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

RUC man's killer appeals conviction: The News Letter

Suspect in 1994 UVF murders Mark Campbell is refused bail: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Scottish vote 'blow' for NI unionists: UTV

EU referendum 'more impact on NI than Scots' independence vote': The News Letter
Sam McBride

Alex Salmond – Being British is part of my identity: Daily Telegraph
Georgia Graham

French could say 'non' to Alex Salmond's plan for Scotland to join EU: Scottish Express
Paul Gilbride

Independent Scotland could get special EU deal, says Foreign Office: The Guardian
Severin Carrell

Thursday, January 16

White House piles on pressure over Richard Haass's proposals: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Haass NI proposals have merit says PM David Cameron: BBC

Two governments did not step back from North talks, Tánaiste insists: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Anger at Sinn Fein's claims of 'extremists' driving unionists: The News Letter

Dodds accuses SF of 'wallowing in murder': Irish News

Ballycarry tells Haass of attacks on unionist culture and identity: Larne Times

Haass process may be parked until after poll: The News Letter
Editorial

It's all talk until public is consulted: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Northern Ireland Executive criticised over Irish language policy: BBC
Robbie Meredith

Loyalists 'got wise to' Paisley over the years, says former Red Hand Commando Jim Wilson: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

'Now is the time for Ian Paisley to retract Reavey allegations' – Bradley: Newry Times
Paul Malone

A party in power can't play the Ian Paisley game: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Dolores Kelly – Housing allocation 'discriminates against Catholics' in north Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Cromie

Councillor condemns 'sectarian' attack on school bus in north Belfast: The News Letter

Democracy is a two way street: Derry Journal
Editorial

It's not too late to claim your right to vote: The News Letter
Editorial

Martin Corey freed from Maghaberry prison 'by Theresa Villiers': Belfast Telegraph
Colin Francis

PSNI 'understaffed by 168 officers': UTV

Ronan Kerr murder – Police 'know killers' identities': BBC
Vincent Kearney

Dissident jailed over Kerr arms find: UTV

Defeat terrorists once and for all: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Cop 'should have had throat cut': Belfast Media

Families in limbo over unsolved murders until HET's future is sorted: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Coroner – I will pull out all the stops for Brown inquest: Irish News
Maeve Connolly

Two murals removed in Mount Vernon: UTV

Scottish independence – UK debt to be guaranteed (Jan 13): The Scotsman
David Maddox

Keep Scotland in the UK – and give all the nations much more power (Jan 14): Daily Telegraph
Allister Heath

The Emotional Case for the Union: The Spectator
Alex Massie



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