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Saturday, January 31

UUP leader's warning over deal 'silly' – McGuinness: The News Letter

Stormont House Agreement – Theresa Villiers to meet party leaders: BBC

Gildernew – I won't take my seat: Impartial Reporter

Sinn Fein's abstentionism a relic of long-dead and buried republican past: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Alasdair McDonnell predicts SDLP will play role in next UK government: BBC

Ed Miliband's stance on Northern Ireland Labour candidates is unedifying (Jan 27): Belfast Telegraph
Boyd Black

That 'election debate' will never be as good as the debate about it: The News Letter
Sammy Wilson

Polling station targeted by flag protesters closed: Irish News
John Monaghan

Outrage over polling station closure due to 'loyalist intimidation': The News Letter

Sinn Fein calls for 15% pay cut for Stormont MLAs and ministers (Jan 28): Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

North strategies published for Irish and Ulster-Scots: The Irish Times
Éanna Ó Caollaí

Language row as Sinn Fein unveils policies on Irish and Ulster-Scots: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

New Lodge, Belfast – Man shot in both legs: BBC

North Belfast shootings – Man critical after being shot in the head as second victim blasted in legs: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Explosives accused gets bail to attend Christening: The News Letter

Men accused of terrorism offence appear before Londonderry Magistrates Court: Londonderry Sentinel

Mairia Cahill's armchair Provo trolls sink to sickest depths: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

No convictions of state agents for Northern Ireland killings since peace deal: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Boston College tapes – Truth-recovery pie in the sky as long as shadow of arrest looms: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

'Don't mention the Mainland', SoS told: UTV

Kincora – The man who wants to lift the lid off one of the darkest secrets in Ulster's past: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

NI Policing Board member close to resolving libel action against two colleagues, court hears: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Northern Irish Police will not March in 2015 NYC St. Patrick's Day Parade: Irish Voice/
Casey Egan

Why DUP stance on shared education is just a cop-out: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Department 'passing the buck' on school patronage, says bishop: The Irish Times
Joe Humphreys

Orange industrialist is honoured with award: The News Letter

Abortion – SDLP opposes changes to Northern Ireland law: BBC

Cross-border workers could owe tax in both countries (Jan 30): Belfast Telegraph

Fears English hooligans to target Hampden Old Firm clash: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Glasgow readies for eruption as Celtic and Rangers meet in cup semi-final: The Irish Times
Michael Walker

Old Firm return offers chance to show we really have progressed as a nation: The Herald
Gary Keown

Old Firm clash songs: What Celtic and Rangers fans are banned from singing – and what's allowed (Jan 28): Scottish Daily Record
David Taylor

UK exit from EU would have big consequences for Ireland, says Clarke: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

This pre-election jockeying could threaten the United Kingdom itself: The Guardian
Jonathan Freedland

Friday, January 30

BBC, ITN and Sky reject DUP election debates call: BBC

How will DUP respond to debate decision?: BBC
Mark Devenport

Debate about a debate has propelled NI on to the political agenda: The News Letter
Nigel Dodds

DUP 'determination' to find agreed candidate: Impartial Reporter

East Belfast seat – Can the DUP win it back?: Belfast Telegraph
Mike Gilson

PSNI outlines 'biggest policing changes in years': BBC

PSNI command structure to be remodelled: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Former Irish Prisoner Secures Interim Injunction On Belfast Project Materials: BC Heights
Carolyn Freeman

Boston College tapes – Truth-recovery pie in the sky as long as shadow of arrest looms: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Civil liberties group cites 'collusion' behind state killings in North: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Hain urges support for special Troubles pension (Jan 28): The News Letter

Ten years on, still no justice for Robert McCartney: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Whatever happened to justice for IRA victim Robert McCartney? (Jan 25): (from the Sunday Life)
Suzanne Breen

Bloody Sunday March Committee issue statement: Derry Journal

Bloody Sunday anniversary to be marked in Londonderry: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Bloody Sunday – Londonderry's Guildhall memorial window in jeopardy: BBC

Key information on Robert Hamill murder inquiry 'lost': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Robert Hamill family's anguish as murder case files are lost in post: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Mark Duggan death discs 'lost in the post by Ministry of Justice': The Independent
Victoria Richards

School in the North removed as a polling station after protests: Irish Examiner

Sinn Fein's biased approach to schools: The News Letter
Kate Hoey

Faith of their fathers: The Economist

Education cutbacks are 'thinly disguised' Catholic intolerance: Irish Catholic
Cathal Barry

Row over Michaella's prison transfer costs: The News Letter

Durkan – Corporation tax alone is not a 'magic bullet': Derry Journal

High-level delegation of US investors lined up for Ulster visit in spring, says Villiers: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Gay rights rallies to oppose conscience clause proposal: The News Letter
Sam McBride

David Trimble says DUP may back Labour if hung parliament: BBC
Stephen Walker

'We'll find you on the web and on the streets' – Police warn Old Firm troublemakers there's nowhere to hide ahead of powderkeg cup clash: Scottish Daily Record
Sally Hind

Labour pains in Scotland – how the SNP is driving the agenda: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Thursday, January 29

PSNI not included in New York St Patrick's Day parade: The News Letter

Fury as Labour talks to Sinn Fein over pact: Daily Express
Macer Hall

The election's already getting nasty – Tory poster shows Miliband rubbing shoulders with Gerry Adams and also appears to have distorted his features: Daily Mail
Jack Doyle

SF 'lol' over Conservative pact taunt: UTV

Fury over Tory claims of Miliband cosying up to Sinn Fein: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

SF in Westminster coalition claims rubbished by Labour: Irish News
John Manley

Micheál Martin rules out Fine Gael or Sinn Féin deal: The Irish Times
Sinead O'Shea

Take a stand against Poots, ex-DUP councillor urges Robinson: The News Letter
Sam McBride

BBC chief dismisses DUP's call on debates: Belfast Telegraph
Andrew Woodcock

Peter Robinson 'furious' over DUP exclusion from BBC debates: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

DUP can't curry any Westminster favour: (from the Sunday Life)
Suzanne Breen

Loyalists still feel resentment over flag protests – watchdog: The News Letter

DUP vows to print Union flag on licences if party takes ministry: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Man denies threatening to kill MP Naomi Long: The News Letter

Dissident bomb accused allowed to visit boyfriend in custody: The News Letter

Daithí McKay – 'Bomb left at home' of Sinn Féin MLA: BBC

Daithi McKay bomb threat – 'I will not be deflected from duties': Belfast Telegraph
Joanne Sweeney

Call over Troubles victims pensions: Belfast Telegraph

HET says neighbours involved in Kingsmills massacre: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Split over Bloody Sunday Guildhall window memorial: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Irish border illegal fuel gangsterism 'is now out of control': Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

'Optimism' over NCA's extension: Belfast Telegraph

Majority against royals at 1916 events: Irish Independent
Mark O'Regan

Deila hoping for 'peace' between Old Firm rivals: Irish News
Ronnie Esplin

Officers to learn sectarian songs for Old Firm tie: The Scotsman

'Prove your flags won't burn' Celtic and Rangers fans ridicule police safety warning ahead of Old Firm clash: Scottish Daily Record
Jane Hamilton

Labour in Home Rule Bill pledge: Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday, January 28

Sinn Fein may take Westminster seats to counter influence of DUP, says YouGov president: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

IRA comfort letters likely to contain more errors: Daily Telegraph
David Barrett

PSNI 'may be at fault' for On The Runs error, Villiers says: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

'Ongoing delays allowing my son's killer to go back on run': Irish News
Allison Morris

Gareth O'Connor murder – Father describes IRA shed meeting: BBC

Gerry Kelly should resign, says murder victim's father: The News Letter

Villiers rejects OTR legislation call: UTV

On The Run letters – Ian Paisley calls for list to be published: BBC

Latest OTRs row beggars belief: Belfast Telegraph

Vote finally due on flying of Union flag at Stormont: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

DUP and Sinn Féin consider legal action over election debates exclusion: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Northern Ireland politics returning to 'divide and conquer' ahead of 2015 election: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

General Election 2015 – Curse of trophy politics looms large as parties try to motivate tribal voters: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Man jailed over 'one-man riot' at Belfast interface: The Irish Times

Man accused of storing explosives is 'deeply involved' with dissident republican, court hears: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Omagh bomb accused Seamus Daly 'may have case dropped': Irish Mirror
Michael McHugh

US civil rights leader for 'Sunday' march: Derry Journal

The prince, the UDR and 'failure of the few': Belfast Media
Liam Murphy

Unionist bid to scrap John O'Dowd's Irish-medium school fails: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Corporation tax devolution to cost NI £300m says David Gauke: BBC
John Campbell

Corporation tax poll shows backing for cut – but public spending in Northern Ireland should be slashed to fund it: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Corporation tax change won't affect filming in NI – Villiers: The News Letter

Integrated schools sector hits out at DUP's education proposals: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Kicked by all sides ... integrated movement must be doing something right (Jan 24): Belfast Telegraph
Lindsay Fergus

Senator James Heffernan accuses Sinn Fein of protecting Det Gda Adrian Donohoe's killers: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Donohoe killers can be caught...if public helps: Evening Herald
Gerry O'Carroll

Sinead abandons plan to join Sinn Féin after meeting officials: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

NI Greens leader Steven Agnew backs policy on terrorist organisations (Jan 26): The News Letter

Work harder to end racism. Learn lessons of Holocaust (Jan 26): (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Tuesday, January 27

Belfast inquest cancelled because murder suspect has 'on the run' letter: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

OTR letter given to murder suspect of man found dead in Newry Canal: Newry Times

Gerry Kelly 'did not know' letter of comfort was for suspect: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Sinn Fein's Gerry Kelly should face police probe over OTR letter role, says father of murder victim: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

'On the runs' analysis – Suspect in murder received comfort letter: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Martin Galvin – He may be older, but his hatred remains intact: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

David Cameron – include Northern Ireland parties too in TV debates: The Guardian
Nicholas Watt

Debate on debates can't disguise apathy towards all the parties: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Northern Ireland deserves a place on TV debates: Belfast Telegraph

Two men charged in connection with dissident republican activity: BBC

Men in court on IRA charges: UTV

'Adams should back his words with deeds' – Kennedy: Newry Times

Irish-medium school for 14 pupils a step closer after vote: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Sinn Féin will continue to support Coláiste Dhoire – Ó hOisín: Derry Journal

Lunn questions DUP's commitment to integrated education: The News Letter

PSNI should not participate in challenge to inquest verdict on IRA men, court told: The Irish Times
Alan Erwin

SAS team is probed over killing of IRA men: Belfast Telegraph
Cate McCurry

Paul (17) suffered 50 wounds in UDR shooting: Belfast Media
Ciara Quinn

Report reveals IRA gunfire downed British army helicopter: The Cross Examiner

Northern Ireland borrowing powers 'envy of Scotland and Wales': BBC

GAA player apologises to Protestant over sectarian abuse: The News Letter

GAA president Liam O'Neill keen to strengthen sanction against sectarian abuse: The Irish Times
Ian O'Riordan

Gerry Adams won't compromise if he wins Irish elections (Jan 22): Irish Voice/
Paddy Clancy

Syriza Greece election result pleases Sinn Féin: BBC
Mark Devenport

Why Greece will have a big effect on our next election: Irish Independent
Shane Coleman

UUP commits to maintaining links with Gibraltar: Ballymena Times

'Bigotry.. throw it out' – Bin lorries used to spread anti-sectarian message ahead of Old Firm cup tie: Scottish Daily Record

Dalglish says Celtic fans who placed ad are wrong: The Scotsman
Stephen Halliday

British support for EU membership grows, despite Ukip popularity: The Independent
Andrew Grice

Monday, January 26

'Food, not flags, on people's minds', says Gildernew: Tyrone Times

DUP implies that legal action may follow if it is not given TV platform: The News Letter

UKIP supports DUP as parties bid for a place in TV election debates: The News Letter

If TV debates include small parties, then DUP deserves place: The News Letter

North's anti-terror unit seeks online powers: Irish Examiner
David Young

Man arrested over 'guns and bomb parts' at Belfast house: BBC

Parish priest asked to observe PSNI raid: Belfast Media
Evan Short

UUP fury as vote bid over new Irish school is stymied (Jan 23): Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Coláiste Dhoire – UUP questions decision over Irish language school: BBC

Hope grows for a shared identity (Sep 29): Belfast Telegraph

Ten years after the IRA murdered Robert McCartney, his sisters voice their frustration that his killers have walked free (Jan 25): (from the Irish Sunday Mail)
Suzanne Breen

American civil rights campaigner to be main speaker at Bloody Sunday rally (Jan 23): Derry Journal
Greg Sharkey

Kennedy dismisses Adams' denial over 'republican water pollution': The News Letter

One of two main suspects in Garda Adrian Donohoe murder working in IRA's illegal fuel trade (Jan 25): Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Garda Commissioner in appeal over Adrian Donohoe murder: The Irish Times

Miliband in pledge to Ulster businesses (Jan 22): The News Letter

Wilson unrepentant over 'jihadists' tweet: Larne Times

Fianna Fail Senator Averil Power 'absolutely' rules out sharing power with Sinn Fein: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan

Frankie Boyle comeback show axed by BBC over sick joke about IRA murder of Lord Mountbatten: Daily Mail
Jennifer Newton

Business booms at border thanks to rise in sterling: Irish Independent
Greg Harkin

State-funded schools insisting on baptism certificates should be confronted by Enda Kenny: The Irish Times
Diarmaid Ferriter

EU vote 'risks Scotland-Ireland relationship': The Scotsman

Unfinished business in Scotland post referendum: The Irish Times

Alex Rae – some Celtic fans were provoking Rangers rivals with controversial ad: The Herald
Gary Keown

No crime to belong to Islamic State, al-Qaida or IRA, says Green party leader: The Guardian
Andrew Sparrow

Sunday, January 25

United Ireland 'inevitable' if the next three elections go the right way, claims Martin McGuinness: Irish Mirror
Garreth MacNamee

Fresh calls for Labour to put up candidates in Province: The News Letter

Ed Miliband says UK quitting EU would be 'particularly' bad for Northern Ireland (Jan 22): The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Face it – We're Westminster outsiders and no-one's interested in huffing and puffing of our parties: Belfast Telegraph
Don Anderson

Where's our seat in TV debates?: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Mayor – NW has not seen dividend from the peace process: Londonderry Sentinel

Order challenges Villiers for a parade inquiry alternative: The News Letter

Campbell says NCA operation in NI vital in light of wider threats: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

PSNI anti-terror unit runs 68 cases: Belfast Telegraph

Redeployment of PSNI community teams a 'betrayal' of Patten plan: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Row over agents delays inquest into pensioner Roseann Mallon murdered by UVF: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Mother charged over David Black murder – Woman accused of supplying false alibi to suspect in prison officer death: Belfast Telegraph
John Cassidy

Tests show Provo water fuel waste is 'extremely toxic': Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

IRA gunmen face arrest over Boston College Belfast Project tapes: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Dublin challenged to cooperate over Kingsmills: The News Letter

Kincora – Army ferried 'top MI5 officer' to two meetings at boys' home: Belfast Telegraph

Boxing coach's anguish at sectarian vitriol at Avoniel Leisure Centre: Belfast Telegraph
John Porter

Anger at Sinn Fein call for Belfast City Council to fund parties to tune of £175k: Belfast Telegraph
John Porter

More parties oppose public cash going to party groups: The News Letter

DUP leader Peter Robinson turns his back on the policy to create more integrated schools: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Education – DUP insists it wants to offer choice, but the option of integration is not available to many: Belfast Telegraph
Tina Merron

SF's art of saying one thing, doing another: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Detectives have enough evidence to nab the gang who murdered Garda Adrian Donohoe two years ago: Irish Mirror
Cathal McMahon

Gaeltacht minister on getting to grips with Irish language – 'I was looking for the toilet but I asked 'where's the ball?": Sunday Independent
Jennifer McShane

Huge security operation to be launched for first Old Firm clash in three years: Sunday Herald
Rebecca Gray

Wales needs to find its place in a federal Britain in the wake of the Scottish Independence Referendum:
Peter Hain

Sturgeon has reignited English votes row. Let's not overreact (Jan 22): The Guardian
Michael White

Saturday, January 24

Peter Robinson's outrage over TV debates – Northern Ireland the only UK region excluded on BBC and ITV: Belfast Telegraph
Joe Churcher

Exclusion of DUP from UK TV election debate 'inexplicable': The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Ulster Unionist loyalty tested on exclusion from election TV debates: The Herald
Ian Bell

Labour's coalition hopes boosted as DUP leader says he can 'do business' with Ed Miliband: Daily Telegraph
Ben Riley-Smith

Miliband denies Ulster visit was to sound out parties: The News Letter

Labour's NI candidate ban fundamentally undermined Miliband's Ulster visit: The News Letter
Sam McBride

UUP, SDLP and Alliance need to convince Northern Ireland they offer an alternative: Belfast Telegraph
Samuel Morrison

Assembly should have power to lower voting age – McLaughlin: Ballymoney Times
Claire Cartmill

Evidence of OTRs was plain to see: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Ruling stops PSNI flying to US to collect Boston tapes: The Irish Times
Alan Erwin

Orange Order letter to the Secretary of State: The News Letter
Edward Stevenson

David Black murder – Woman to stand trial over false alibi charge: Belfast Telegraph
John Cassidy

Trial of men accused of murdering republican Peter Butterly collapses: The Irish Times

Boxing club complains of 'sectarian abuse' at east Belfast event: BBC
Kevin Sharkey

'Sunday' families in 'robust' talks with PSNI: Derry Journal

'US support vital' – McGuinness: Derry Journal

Envoy Hart to lead delegation in push for US investment: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Waterside teens create mural for interface: Derry Journal

'Loss of 88 Newry jobs a bitter blow' – Murphy: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Council plans to fund political parties from ratepayers' money: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Divis Hoods – Gang of thugs behind carjack spree issue public threat to three police officers (Jan 22): Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

A marriage of convenience between civil war enemies looks a realistic outcome: Irish Independent
Gerard O'Regan

No Leo Varadkars amidst caveman politics at Stormont: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Twin Derry with Berkeley in California – Ó hEára (Jan 22): Derry Journal

The SNP is only interested in fostering grievance and destroying the UK: Daily Telegraph
Iain Martin

Friday, January 23

Lord Kilclooney – Ulster Unionists should form opposition: BBC
Stephen Walker

Agreement 'paves way for US investment': UTV

Northern Ireland can't afford the astronomical cost of an Irish Language Act: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Stormont deal aids republican re-write of history: The News Letter
Kenny Donaldson

Northern Ireland ministers to discuss cutting the number of Stormont offices from 12 to nine: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Ed Miliband 'incredibly inspired' by Northern Ireland: BBC

Ed Miliband rules out coalition with Northern Ireland or Scottish parties: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Ulster unionists open to election deal with Labour: Financial Times
George Parker

We can do business together Robinson tells Labour leader: Irish News

Ed Miliband, how can Northern Ireland treat you seriously if you won't take a stand?: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Election 2015 – Peter Robinson to write to BBC and ITV: BBC

If you're going to have seven parties in the TV debates, you've got to include the DUP: The Spectator
James Forsyth

The DUP demand to be included in the TV debates – will the Tories support them?: New Statesman
George Eaton

Flag row set for legal challenge: Lurgan Mail

Former loyalist prisoner launches High Court bid to block Boston College tape interviews: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Guard Troubles victims from sick pay shake-up – Durkan: Londonderry Sentinel

Easier access to papers on Troubles will give families closure – Minister: The Irish Times

Challenge to Omagh bomb decision: The News Letter

Bloody Sunday families to meet murder probe team: Derry Journal

Still no Gardai disclosure on Kingsmills after one year: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

The Disappeared – Columba McVeigh's sister 'We just want to bury him with Mum and Dad':
Cliodhna Russell

Terry Laverty Ballymurphy conviction to be reviewed: BBC

Stamp commemorating Lemass and O'Neill meeting released: The Irish Times

SF's Adams blasts fuel launderers: The News Letter

SF pork barrel politics can't stop progress: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Power-sharing permutations are endless as Sinn Féin lies in waiting: Irish Examiner
Alison O'Connor

Gerry Adams won't compromise if he wins Irish elections: Irish Voice/
Paddy Clancy

A new kind of trouble: The Economist

Gearoid McKiernan GAA sectarianism ban 'not enough': BBC

Cameron plans for Scottish home rule dismissed as inadequate: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Thursday, January 22

Miliband pledges engagement in North if Labour wins UK vote: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Gerry Adams – Enda Kenny's handling of Northern Ireland 'incompetent': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Thoughts on election of new Stormont Speaker: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Martin McGuinness and the Queen, Ian Paisley and peace: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Unionist council flouts equality guidelines over flying of flag: Irish News
Connla Young

Orange Order hails union flag flying by council: The News Letter

Ten councils flying Union flag every day of the year amid legal threats: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Twaddell laid bare: Belfast Media

'Horrific' shooting scene in west Belfast: UTV

Belfast shooting – Victim given first aid by SDLP's Colin Keenan: BBC

Man arrested in connection with Tommy Crossan murder: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Man released over Crossan murder: UTV

Omagh bomb campaigner wins right to challenge public inquiry refusal: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Mallon inquest faces new delay: Belfast Telegraph

The Disappeared – Bishop urges information on Columba McVeigh: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

'Family of South Armagh man entitled to truth and justice' – Murphy: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Young tell politicians they want truly shared future (Apr 10): Belfast Telegraph

Alliance makes official complaint at 'Je Suis Sammy' Wilson remark (Jan 19): Belfast Telegraph
Joanne Sweeney

'Time for Narrow Water Bridge completion' – Ruane: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Jim Wells – I back Edwin Poots' gay blood ban: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

Police 'monitoring' plans for hard-line Irish republican protest in Dundee: Tayside and Fife Courier
Andrew Liddle

Cameron – new powers for Scotland will secure UK for generations: The Herald

Wednesday, January 21

Deal does not press Dublin to come clean on Troubles role, say victims: The News Letter

Six months later, the victims' chief search has failed: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Robin Newton new Northern Ireland Assembly deputy speaker: BBC

Academic says Stormont deal asks UK to make full disclosure on past – not Dublin: The News Letter

SDLP, Alliance and UUP should show some courage and leave the Executive: Belfast Telegraph
John McCallister

Stormont's 'ugly scaffolding' standing on shaky ground at long last: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Transparency would increase standing of the Executive (Mar 29): The News Letter

Flag on licence 'not Durkan's decision': UTV

PSNI reprieve will make a real difference – Harris: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Gunmen shoot man in legs and arms in west Belfast: BBC

Call over principles behind rights: Belfast Telegraph

'Irish dissident groups influenced by Taliban and Isis': Irish Post
James Mulhall

Event on Stormont deal and 'Sunday' probe: Derry Journal

'Majority of people want to retain Raymond McCreesh park name' insists Brady: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Coroner baffled by identity riddle: Belfast Telegraph

On The Runs – Man to appear in court on attempted murder charge despite receiving government "comfort letter": The Sunday Life
Christopher Woodhouse

Will they get away with murder? Two years on from slaying of Garda Adrian Donohoe: Evening Herald
Gerry Gregg

Government to give €5m to the International Fund for Ireland: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Queen may be open to return of 1916 flag to Limerick: Limerick Leader
Mike Dwane

Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil – does anything stand in the way of a grand coalition?: The Irish Times
Kevin Rafter

Conscience clause risk to equality: Belfast Telegraph
Naomi Long

Ex-British soldier says gardaí threatened him with 'Provos': The Irish Times
Mary Carolan

Britain is becoming more pro-EU , says ex-Tory PM John Major as Lib Dem Vince Cable warns in-out vote is 'dangerous': Daily Mail
Matt Chorley

Self-styled Scottish separatist fights to postpone extradition on terror charges: Irish Independent
Alison O'Riordan

Tuesday, January 20

Official says he didn't know Downey was wanted by police when he signed OTR letter: The News Letter

OTR scheme needed transparency – SoS: UTV

Claim that PSNI said they checked Hyde Park bomb suspect: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Hamilton's message to North's Assembly – time for grown-up politics: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

DUP and Sinn Fein happy to do without other parties: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Mairia Cahill brands Gerry Adams a liar and a disgrace: Irish Mirror
Sarah Bardon

Tony Blair gave in too often, but he did secure the Union: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Row erupts as Craigavon votes to fly Union flag: The News Letter

Twaddell neighbour wants judicial review over protest camp 'making life misery': Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Tensions at Twaddell blamed for attacks on Catholic homes: Irish News

House attacks treated as sectarian hate crimes: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Will Kerr – 'Families still grieving from the Troubles have a right to closure': Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Copter crash was due to IRA gunfire – report: The News Letter

Revealed – How the Army foiled an IRA propaganda coup after terrorists shot down helicopter: Belfast Telegraph
Steve Taylor

Participant in Miami Showband massacre dies: The News Letter

IRA bomber Donna Maguire's fury over Spanish arrest – 'Angel of Death' denies involvement in £10m international fraud case: The Sunday Life
Ciaran Barnes

McLaughlin welcomes launch of consultation on Irish Language Act: Ballymoney Times
Claire Cartmill

Ó Muirí welcomes launch of consultation on Irish Language Act: Newry Times
Paul Malone

North to cut 20,000 jobs: Irish Examiner
Michael McHugh

Theresa Villiers to thank for tax powers: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Brotherston

Dissidents slammed after gunman opens fire inside Telstar Bar: Belfast Telegraph

British and Irish forces in security deal: The News Letter

British defence secretary makes first official visit to Ireland: Irish Independent
Brian Hutton

Durkan condemns 'warped and violent' ego of Telstar shooter: Londonderry Sentinel

IRA 'poisoning us with illegal dumps', says councillor: Irish Independent
Elaine Keogh

Extra £150m in final Northern Ireland budget: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Jobs to be slashed after Belfast powersharing deal: Sunday World

DUP peer 'amazed' at restaurateur's reaction to conscience clause: The News Letter

'Gay cake' conscience clause protest planned for Derry: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Tough tactics on terror – let's round up the radicals: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Monday, January 19

Gerry Adams has given 'no thought' of taoiseach job: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

Adams admits SF would have to compromise on policy to take power: Irish Independent
Daniel McConnell

Gerry Adams interview – Sinn Fein leader confirms he met with Gardai over list of abusers sent to his home: Irish Mirror
Sarah Bardon

SF could have pushed newer names for Speaker role (Jan 13): The News Letter

American IRA figure calls for end to dissident republican armed struggle: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Irish dissident groups learning from Taliban and Isis, police officer warns: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Arrest after dissident searches at border: UTV

Continuity IRA says seven suspects arrested by MI5 are not members: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Man before Special Criminal Court on IRA membership charge: The Irish Times
Natasha Reid

Stormont must heed groundswell of support for integration (Sep 2): Belfast Telegraph
Tina Merron

Belfast rises from the ashes: Lancashire and Evening Post
Carol Godsmark

Irish society appears to be divesting itself of its Christian heritage: The Irish Times
Melanie Brown

Good economic news raises hopes of a prosperous 2015: The News Letter

Who polices the officers spying on reporters? (Oct 10): Belfast Telegraph
Paul Connolly

BBC exposé asked the right questions (Jan 19): Sunday Independent
John-Paul McCarthy

How about a bouncy GPO for 2016? (Sep 6): The Irish Times
Shane Hegarty

Disorder fears prompt renewed calls for midweek Old Firm games: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Pub chain pull plug on showing Celtic-Rangers cup tie in Glasgow bars over fears of violence: Scottish Daily Record
Norman Silvester

Sunday, January 18

Comfort letters to IRA fugitives still haunt Blair: Sunday Independent
Tim Ross

There is very clear distinction between victims and actors – Villiers: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

On his first day, SF Speaker appearsto be partisan (Jan 14): The News Letter

MLAs go back to school... to learn how to be better politicians: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Unionists need to think longer term: The News Letter
Gregory Campbell

YouGov's Peter Kellner to review 2015 General Election – and how DUP, SDLP and Sinn Fein could gain leverage in a hung Parliament: Belfast Telegraph

Attacks on two north Belfast houses 'were hate crimes': BBC

TUV critical of DSD funds allocation: The News Letter

Je Suis this an MP who could benefit from taking lessons?: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Provos dumping cancer-causing toxins into river: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Need for crime agency paramount (Jan 13): Belfast Telegraph

Birmingham pub bombings – Khalid Mahmood calls for Commons debate on new police inquiry: Birmingham Mail
Jonathan Walker

Soldier never recovered from stress of Northern Ireland (Aug 28): Warrington Guardian

New terror or old Troubles – MPs still want curbs on press freedom: The Guardian
Peter Preston

State bodies warned on Irish language (Jan 15): Irish Independent
John Downing

Man waiting five years for trial to be heard in Irish has case adjourned (Jan 13): The Irish Times
Ann Healy

Genetic profile of 123,000 people on NI's DNA database (Jan 14):
Kathryn Torney

PSNI used drones 100 times since G8 summit (Jan 17): The Irish Times
Niall McCracken

What we need is an integrated Ireland – not a united Ireland: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Is Sinn Féin Catholic? Its embrace of abortion says 'no': Sunday Telegraph
Tim Stanley

1916 – An international series of concerts would show Ireland is an open-minded, creative force-field for true independence of spirit and action (Dec 30): The Irish Times
Vincent Woods

Comedian defends send-up of President (Jan 13): Irish Examiner
Dan Buckley

Presidents and abbots should laugh at themselves: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Saturday, January 17

SF U-turn as party commits to Stormont Opposition: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Incoherent demands for a deal, followed by rejection of a deal: The News Letter

TUV's Wilson pledges support for north Belfast Orangemen: Larne Times

Sinn Féin challenges Newry, Mourne and Down council name: BBC

New Council to use English and Irish on its vehicles: Impartial Reporter
Meadhbh Monahan

DUP attacks Nesbitt over role in schools closure row: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Chuck Feeney – Atlantic Philanthropies funds NI politicians' classes: BBC

Pearse McCauley remanded again on assault charges: The Irish Times

O Cuiv again gives succour to dissident terror (Jan 15): The News Letter

No PSNI investigation into Rita O'Hare arrest warning: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Lessons learned from Pat Finucane murder, says David Cameron: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

How Irish diplomats took the fight to IRA cheerleaders: Belfast Telegraph
Eamon Delaney

Glencree's part in the peace process: The Irish Times
Andy Pollack

Former Kincora residents launch legal proceedings against Villiers: Irish News

BBC uses RIPA terrorism laws to catch TV licence fee dodgers in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Sinn Féin abortion policy compatible with my Catholicism says Martin McGuinness: BBC

American students learn how the Irish peace process succeeded: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Red Sky row – DUP fails to agree councillor's apology after five attempts: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Should the Assembly leave Stormont? (Jan 13): The News Letter
Robin Greer

Move to remove UK voting rights from Irish denied: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Referendum on emigrant vote 'unlikely' this year – Deenihan (Jan 16): The Irish Times
Ciara Kenny

Moderates must try to find common ground: Irish Examiner

Legislation for new policing authority due by May, says Kehoe (Jan 16): The Irish Times
Aine McMahon

German fan 'did not understand IRA song lyrics': The Scotsman

Glasgow Rangers – a club in danger of losing its identity: Financial Times
John McDermott

Friday, January 16

Enniskillen bomb victim rejects Blair claims that OTR scheme was key to peace: Impartial Reporter
Julie Kenwell

Pope welcomes North's latest political deal: Irish Catholic
Mags Gargan

Democracy finds its voice in election of a Sinn Fein Speaker: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Tony Blair and John Major betrayed the people of Northern Ireland: Daily Telegraph
Norman Tebbit

Northern Ireland Executive agrees 2015/1016 budget: BBC

Stormont House Agreement a 'bad deal': UTV

Language Act is a no-go as long as Sinn Fein uses Gaelic as cultural weapon: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Willie Frazer to debate with Gerry Adams: The News Letter
Gemma Murray and Mark Rainey

Docklands bomb victim to debate with Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams:
Rob Virtue

Adams must not underestimate victims – Frazer: The News Letter

Could Gerry Adams face Willie Frazer in a public debate? Sinn Fein in negotiations: Belfast Telegraph

A Parade of Troubles: City Journal
Matthew Hennessey

Neighbours in shock as Chinese mum and baby hounded from Belfast home by racists: Belfast Telegraph

TD Eamon O Cuiv repeats prison officer murder claim: The News Letter

Ex-IRA commander Paddy Joe Rice, held over murder of Jean McConville, dies: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

'Rules changed' before Army's Derry killing - inquest told: Derry Journal

Jury dilemma for Derry Troubles inquest: Derry Journal

Unionists want 'opt in' for Union Flag driving licences: The News Letter

Government blasted for refusing Welsh flag on driving licences: Daily Post
Hywel Trewyn

Jim Allister accused of bullying DUP adviser Stephen Brimstone: BBC

Poots challenge on gay blood ban ruling hit by delay: The News Letter

540 jobs to be created at Massereene Barracks site (Jan 14): RTE

Northern Ireland super council names spark controversy: BBC
Niall Glynn

Public don't give a fiddler's what they are called, says former MLA: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Archbishop condemns new abortion plan for North: Irish Independent
Mark O'Regan

Tory bid to deny Irish in Britain vote in general election: Irish Post
James Mulhall

DUP dwarfs UKIP and Greens but no mention in TV row: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

The SNP has as much right to be in the election debates as Ukip: Daily Telegraph
Iain Martin

'New Jim' Murphy rebrands Unionism with a rhetorical wheeze (Jan 15): The Herald
Iain Macwhirter

What the French can learn from our mistakes: Impartial Reporter
Warren Little


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