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Sunday, January 31

No political progress until victims' issues dealt with, son of slain RUC man says: Belfast Telegraph
Aine Fox

A Stormont opposition will be a key move towards normality: The News Letter

McGimpsey retires amid UUP tensions: The News Letter
Sam McBride

UUP 'can win two seats' says new MLA Alastair Patterson: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Minister launches review of integrated education (Jan 28): Irish News
Simon Doyle

Derry man to oversee review of integrated education in North: Derry Now

Gangland thug Nicky McConnell strengthens links with INLA terror group: Sunday World
Alan Sherry

Sammy Wilson and Douglas Bain dispute may lead to 'stand-in' watchdog (Jan 28): BBC

Republicans plan to use legacy inquests to justify their murders (Jan 29): The News Letter

Former top IRA official questioned over Birmingham pub bombings: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Birmingham bomb relatives hit familiar legacy excuses (Jan 30): Irish News
Newton Emerson

Did secret deal stymie Army plan to annihilate the IRA? (Jan 29): Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Disappointing PSNI response to Gerard Hampson case (Jan 27): Irish News

Irish National Caucus lies must be challenged (Jan 29): Belfast Telegraph

Brexit – Gerry Adams says EU referendum matters on both sides of the border: BBC

Theresa Villiers is wrong on many things but right on Brexit (Jan 30): Irish News
Patrick Murphy

Lisburn people are urged to embrace Ulster Scots culture: Ulster Star

Meeting to support bakery: Portadown Times

People must be free to 'express themselves robustly', says UUP (Jan 5): The News Letter

DUP and Sinn Fein have ganged up to kill my organ donor Bill – Jo-Anne Dobson (Jan 28): Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

Adams branded as 'tainted' by SF election candidate on Twitter: Sunday Independent
Paul Williams

Sinn Féin – tiocfaidh ár lá?: Galway Advertiser
Kernan Andrews

Policing boss hears of morale and facility issues for gardaí (Jan 30): Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keeffe

Derry Council calls on Irish government to protect 1916 buildings (Jan 28): Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

The 1916 dead have left us our Fenian fools and liars: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Why I'll proudly celebrate the 1916 centenary this Easter: Irish Voice/
Cahir O'Doherty

Decade of centenaries a chance to build understanding (Jan 29): Irish News
Martin O'Brien

State should hold copyright to national anthem, Daly says (Jan 14): The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

All must pay their taxes, from rich companies to border fuel dealers (Jan 28): The News Letter

'New sectarian divide' as academic claims Rangers fans hold rivals Celtic responsible for controversial football laws: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Former Celtic women's team player denies bigot rant on Facebook (Jan 29): Scottish Daily Record
Ashlie McAnally

Almost half of all British people support national service for young men, poll finds (Jan 29): The Independent
Kayleigh Lewis

Saturday, January 30

SF to oppose Assembly reform bill – but SDLP will not veto it: The News Letter
Sam McBride

McCallister bill likely to become law, but not in original form: The News Letter
Sam McBride

UUP under fire in Haass talks 'amnesty' row: The News Letter

Mary McAleese – Victims' families impatient for change decades after killings: Belfast Telegraph

Stakeknife – Detectives from other UK forces to investigate Scappaticci activities: BBC
Vincent Kearney

'Inquests will help NI to move on' – Judge: UTV

Justice chiefs 'taking too long' over office for loyalist killings probe: Belfast Telegraph

'Politically charged' remarks from judge on Troubles hearings: The News Letter

Police attempting to 'cover over' alleged collusion: Irish News

'IRA inquest families must tell us who loved ones killed': The News Letter

Ex-soldier asks PSNI to investigate series of IRA attacks on him during the Troubles: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Bloody Sunday anniversary sparks call for Troubles amnesty: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Bloody Sunday – British Troops Shoot Unarmed Protesters: New Historian
Daryl Worthington

Widow of murdered RUC man has waited 'too long' for answers: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Eerily prophetic Troubles ad that shocked us in 1993 gets 500,000 views in one day: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

How long before the IRA blames La Mon and Enniskillen on the Brits?: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Inquest review puts authorities in the spotlight: Irish News

Arlene Foster's fury at US video describing Orange Order as supremacists and claiming anti-Catholic discrimination is rife in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Eight members of IRA kidnap gang awarded £1.6 million compensation by British Government: Daily Mirror
Keith Perry

Victims' anger at £1.6m payouts for IRA kidnap gang: Daily Telegraph
Patrick Sawer

Naomi Long – 'When I got the first death threat I wasn't worried for myself, I was scared for mum, who was very sick': Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

DUP's Jim Wells still in dark over South Down candidacy: Irish News
John Manley

Call for voluntary ban on election posters: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Michael McGimpsey to stand down from Northern Ireland Assembly: BBC

'SF ideology is closing prep schools at cost to taxpayer': The News Letter

Burton – SF cares more about republican friends than Republic: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

How to rescue the Irish language: The Irish Times
Sean Cottrell

How Presbyterians have lost ground over gender equality: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Intolerable Bias in Ireland's Schools (Jan 29): New York Times

Brexit – Michelle O'Neill says leaving EU would be 'disastrous' for NI agri-food exports: BBC
John Campbell

DUP not saying if it will definitely back quitting EU: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Think tank criticises North politicians on 'Brexit': Irish Examiner
Eamon Quinn

It makes sense for Enda Kenny to voice EU concerns: Irish News
Alex Kane

EU referendum – Scottish nationalists 'may vote to leave to speed up route to independence': The Independent
Chris Green

Teacher accused of praising the IRA on Twitter is arrested following school probe: Daily Mirror
John Shammas

NUJ accuses The Herald of 'pandering to mob' in Rangers row: BBC

Friday, January 29

Executive meetings to take place in Fermanagh and Londonderry: The News Letter

'Last election without an opposition' – Eastwood: UTV

Martin McGuinness claims government reluctant to break legacy deadlock before election: BBC

'MOD has money for wars, but not inquests' – Judge: UTV

Police making no further comment on Shankill allegations: Irish News

Shankill Road bomb – IRA double-agent 'deliberately set device to explode prematurely' (Jan 25): The Independent
Mick Browne

MI5 agent Martin McGartland rejects claims police were warned about Shankill bomb: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Stormontgate and a question for Sinn Fein over the targeting of my wife Mary: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Search for truth over Shankill atrocity (Jan 25): Irish News

Police to interview Bloody Sunday soldiers next month: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Bloody Sunday police 'must probe RUC murders': The News Letter

MPs send Tony Blair list of questions over IRA and Gaddafi: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Libya compensation – Tony Blair accused of giving 'superficial evidence': BBC
Stephen Walker

'IRA didn't give RUC officer choice of arrest at Loughgall': The News Letter

O'Connor inquest – SF MLA may be called to give evidence: The Cross Examiner

Secret documents shed light on Anglo-Irish Agreement: UTV

NI politicians must stay in touch with the people – Foster: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Naomi Long considered quitting politics, but will run in East Belfast again: BBC
Gareth Gordon

Reputation clear, Jim Wells has the right to return to politics: Belfast Telegraph

Gardaí should be able to cross Border, say TDs: Irish Independent
Emile Laurac

Council condemns paramilitary activity: Coleraine Times

Give PSNI means to beat terror (Jan 26): Belfast Telegraph

Anger over cemetery disruption: Irish News

Pub staff threatened after tricolour flown in rugby promotion: Irish News
John Monaghan

Gerry Adams waxwork takes its place at peace process memorial (Jan 27): The Irish Times
Peter Murtagh

IRA victim 'disgusted' by Adams waxwork: The News Letter

Gerry Adams paid Margaret Thatcher a rare compliment today (Jan 27):
Rónán Duffy

No chill factor for Protestants in NI universities – Farry: The News Letter

Mass attendance in Dublin to drop by one-third by 2030 (Jan 21): The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Time's running out – Brexit could cost Ireland dearly (Jan 26): Irish Independent

Talking up Union still key to Scotland's future: The Scotsman
Ruth Davidson

English Votes for English Laws... (Jan 26): Torquay Herald Express
Ann Marie Morris

Thursday, January 28

TUV – Shankill investigation 'of national importance': Irish News
Claire Simpson

DUP seeking clarity over Shankill bomb claims: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Man abducted by 'Agent AA' asks ombudsman to investigate: Irish News
Allison Morris

Family demands answers on Shankill bomb informer claims: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

New inquest ordered into murder of Catholic RUC man killed by loyalists: Irish News
Connla Young

Raymond McCord calls for public inquiry into son's murder: The News Letter

Teebane victim's daughter demands informer investigation: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Funding concerns raised over probe into loyalist murders: Belfast Telegraph

State role in killings by IRA changes everything: The Irish Times
Eamonn McCann

Shankill allegations call into question all we once knew about a bloody time (Jan 25): Irish News
Allison Morris

Shankill bomb informer claims raises grotesque prospect: Irish News
Newton Emerson

'PSNI has necessary resources for inquests' – Judge: UTV

Bloody Sunday – Police say ex-Paras to be questioned next month: Derry Journal
Eamon Sweeney

Uproar over 'F**k Bloody Sunday' Facebook post: Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

IRSP host Neil McMonagle Annual Commemoration: Derry Journal

Flag protesters hit out at Jamie Bryson and Ruth Patterson: Irish News
John Monaghan

Man going to flag protest 'threatened to kill Catholic taxi driver': The News Letter

Weapon found during Londonderry searches: The News Letter

Dissident republican thinking off the rails since start: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Bid to find Nairac remains as IRA actions branded 'a war crime': The News Letter

Mary McAleese to chair Troubles conference in London: Irish News
Claire Simpson

George Galloway to sue Google and Willie Frazer over Isis rant at Belfast protest: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

DUP denies vote against new Dungiven leisure centre was sectarian: The News Letter

A happy ending in Dungiven: Irish News

Man claims PSNI officers strayed into Republic to arrest and 'drag him across border' during 'incursion': Irish Independent

Irish Votes Hold Brexit Balance: Irish World
Bernard Purcell

Let's take a chill pill on Brexit – we could enjoy the best of both worlds if we play our cards right: Irish Independent
Ivan Yates

Irish Language Academy mooted as Ulster Scots costs revealed (Jan 26): Irish News
John Manley

MP – Irish language academy plans are a waste of money: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Sinn Féin ministers working Queen's honours system: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Tony Blair – Scotland will vote for independence if UK leaves EU: The Herald
Magnus Gardham

Football fans targeted in charity's Kiss Bigotry Goodbye tour of Scotland: The Herald
Martin Williams

Wednesday, January 27

Northern Ireland would face 'serious difficulty' from Brexit, Kenny warns: The Guardian
Nicholas Watt

Ireland has an interest in British EU referendum – Taoiseach: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

DUP's Eurosceptics accuse Taoiseach Kenny of scaremongering over Brexit disaster warning for Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Foster tells Kenny 'leave Brexit to UK voters': UTV

Dodds draws criticism over Kenny Brexit censure: Irish News
John Manley

Foster and Wilson at odds over Taoiseach's EU remarks: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Enda Kenny voicing legitimate Brexit concerns: Irish News
John Manley

Nesbitt's call after TUV man Cudworth joins UUP ranks: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Serving waffles at Stormont?: BBC
Gareth Gordon

Stormont needs its mavericks or the current disconnect between rulers and ruled will get wider: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Very few to face justice for Troubles killings, says PSNI chief: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

PSNI chief shuffling top team for legacy case probes: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Foster and Dodds to meet Shankill bombing families: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Chief Constable – RUC had no warning before Shankill bomb: BBC

Johnny Adair – 'Shankill bomb IRA informer sickens me': Irish News
Brendan Hughes

The real truth may be another casualty of this massacre: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Big questions demanding urgent answers: UTV
Brian Rowan

British holding rule of law in contempt on collusion: Irish News
Brian Feeney

'SAS acted excessively against IRA attackers': The News Letter

Former soldiers 'refuse to speak to police' in IRA case: Irish News
Connla Young

Robert Nairac – Fresh appeal for information: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Time to resolve the Nairac case: Irish News

New PSNI character 'Dissident Dan' proving popular: Portadown Times

Man convicted over Bryson threats despite no-show: UTV
Paul Higgins

We need a conversation about self-determination: Irish News
Jarlath Kearney

GAA star hails green light for Dungiven sports project 'a victory for the community': Derry Journal
Sheena Jackson

Ulster Unionists 'vindicated' over Dungiven Leisure Centre dispute: Ballymoney Times
Nichola Neill

Tuesday, January 26

Ex-IRA chief to appoint member of 'truth commission' for victims: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Ombudsman investigates 'Shankill bomb informer' claim: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Mother of Shankill bomb victim calls for probe into 'informant': Irish News
Allison Morris

Families speak of horror at Shankill revelations: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Shock ambush claim by 'former policeman' blows open 1977 shooting of schoolboy: Belfast Media
David Whelan

Forty years on and memories of Kingsmills still raw as tribute is paid to 10 slaughtered innocents: Belfast Telegraph
Lisa Smyth

Bloody Sunday investigation a "farce" and "political stunt" – Tim Collins: Derry Journal

Government not adequately funding inquests into Troubles deaths, says judge: Belfast Telegraph

Funding must be made available to ensure legacy cases progress to trial – McNulty: The Cross Examiner

Litvinenko murder wrong but let's not forget crimes closer to home (Jan 24): (from the Sunday Life)
Suzanne Breen

First minister election poser for Martin McGuinness: Irish News
Fionnuala O Connor

Stunts and gestures no substitute for working together for common good: The News Letter
Alex Kane

UUP election candidate quits race over 'efforts to hinder': The News Letter

McGuinness urged to help end parades rows: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley Houston

Gunman fires shot at PSNI officers in Lurgan as more than 100 petrol bombs thrown at cordon during security alert: Belfast Live
Sarah Scott

Top officer brands shooting and rioting in Lurgan as 'disgusting': The News Letter
Carmel Robinson

Dissident republicans "no better than Daesh terrorists" after they fire at police in Lurgan: Belfast Live
Jilly Beattie

Weapon found in Strabane was 'designed to kill': Derry Journal
Catherine Doran

'New IRA' blamed for 'Armalite' rifle in Strabane: UTV
Chris Chambers and Gareth Wilkinson

Northern Ireland police warn of dissident violence to mark Easter Rising: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Don't be like Dissident Dan say PSNI tapping into latest internet trend: BBC

PSNI officers disciplined over republican's death: Irish News
Connla Young

Gerard 'Shorty' Hampson – Police watchdog finds catalogue of 'serious failings' in PSNI probe: Derry Journal

Republicans stir up row over Army school visit: The News Letter

Museum of Free Derry gets £500,000 extra funding: Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

Story told at 'Free Derry' museum to be scrutinised: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Martin McGuinness – Derry now a 'city of peace': Derry Journal

Brexit could bring return of Irish border controls, says Enda Kenny: Belfast Telegraph
Cormac McQuinn

DUP's Dodds unhappy at Kenny comments on Brexit: RTE

Taoiseach invites British PM to 1916 Rising commemoration: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

Cameron and Kenny face history together: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

1916 anniversary a time for all sides to tell their story: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Cameron comes close to endorsing Kenny in election: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Gerry Adams likened to Mugabe in attack by Fine Gael rival Hayes: Belfast Telegraph
Kevin Doyle

Election 2016 – AAA and PBP split over vote transfers to SF: The Irish Times
Sarah Bardon

Monday, January 25

Top level agent gave information on Shankill attack: Irish News
Allison Morris

'Stormontgate' arrests orchestrated to protect Denis Donaldson: Irish News
Allison Morris

Norman Truesdale murder among those to be investigated: Irish News
Allison Morris

Kingsmill massacre "disturbingly similar" to Islamic State atrocities, Arlene Foster says: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

TUV plays down North Down resignation: Irish News
John Manley

'Sinn Féin answers to men with boiler suits and balaclavas': Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Alliance permit proposal for the flying of flags is branded a stunt (Jan 23): Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Bomb alerts halt rail services through Lurgan: The News Letter

Solicitor who claimed he was in IRA to be quizzed over Birmingham pub bombings (Jan 22):
Diarmaid MacDermott

Aidan McAnespie case review a welcome development (Jan 23): Irish News

'Erect a monument to the IRA's foiled Marita Ann gun-smuggling operation? I don't think so' (Jan 23):
Aaron McKenna

Amended funding model for Dungiven sports facilities (Jan 22): Derry Journal
Sheena Jackson

Suicide meeting cancelled 'due to DUP in-out policy': Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Another small move towards an all-island education approach (Jan 25): The News Letter

1916 Easter Rising – NI party leaders set for invite to centenary commemorations (Jan 21): BBC
Mark Simpson

Radical change needed as Protestants play catch-up to Catholics in education (Jan 23): Irish Independent
Martina Devlin

Keep an eye on Fianna Fail, you might learn something (Jan 23): Irish News
Patrick Murphy

A different Drum – An Irishman's Diary about Border tourism (Jan 23): The Irish Times
Frank McNally

Dublin urges Britain to stay in the EU: Financial Times
Vincent Boland

Brexit would affect Ireland most, warns ambassador: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

EU referendum warning by former Irish ambassador (Jan 21): The Herald

After Brexit, what then?: The Irish Times

Enda Kenny and David Cameron discuss Brexit: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

Here come the champagne nationalists: The Herald
David Torrance

Sunday, January 24

McGuinness formally announces move to Foyle: UTV

DUP chairman seeks to play down row in Foyle branch: The News Letter

Arlene Foster has her work cut out: Belfast Telegraph
Will Chambré

McKevitt becomes SDLP Chief Whip: Newry Times
Paul Malone

New controversy over south Armagh centre's IRA memorial (Jan 22): The News Letter

Orange Order won't invite Mid Ulster MLA Martin McGuinness to Twelfth celebrations: Tyrone Times

'Protestant St Patrick' row sparks religious debate (Jan 22): Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Birmingham Pub Bombings – Army to look for fresh evidence (Jan 22): Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

'Mum will go to her grave without knowing truth about William's murder': The News Letter

Sister of IRA man killed at Loughgall welcomes 'significant' meeting with Lord Chief Justice: Tyrone Times
Annamay McNally

MoD may have documents relating to the murder of IRA man (Jan 23): Irish News
Connla Young

Bruce's history lesson – Ireland's 'Bloody Sunday': Dubuque Telegraph Herald
Bruce Kauffmann

Meet the photographer who took 'Time for Peace' photograph: The News Letter

Ex-prisoners and dissidents share in €333m EU peace cash bonanza: Sunday Independent
Maeve Sheehan

Alliance councillor backs Poots on family-politics balance (Jan 20): The News Letter

First Minister Arlene Foster vows to help make Northern Ireland investor-friendly: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

FF cannot be trusted not to enter SF coalition, claims Hayes: The Irish Times
Sarah Bardon

Auntie war pot-shot hits Trevor 'The Plastic Shinner': Connacht Tribune
Dara Bradley

One political party is absolutely trouncing the rest in the social media battle:
Rónán Duffy

Irish 1916 minister extends welcome to NI leader Arlene Foster: BBC

Ireland a nation conflicted over Easter Rising 1916 commemorations (Jan 21): Irish Voice/
John Spain

What the English did for us – An Irishman's Diary on our love of county boundaries (Jan 22): The Irish Times
Frank McNally

Archbishop's comments on school admissions welcomed (Jan 22): The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Jeremy Corbyn wants a Northern Ireland-style 'power sharing' deal for the Falklands: Sunday Telegraph
Peter Dominiczak

Meet Britain's republicans – Is the UK ready for change in the year the Queen turns 90? (Jan 22): The Independent
Simon Usborne

Brexit would copperfasten partition: Belfast Media
Ciara Quinn

Brexit would be 'leap into unknown' – Flanagan: UTV

Will the EU referendum trigger the break-up the United Kingdom?: Sunday Telegraph
Richard Rose

Constitutional row as UK Government plans to use Scots councils as frontline in its war against illegal immigrants: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Church attendance drops below a million for the first time – and the real situation could be even worse (Jan 12): The Spectator
Isabel Hardman

Saturday, January 23

First Minister to press ahead with welfare plan despite paramilitary reservations: The News Letter

Martin McGuinness to take on SDLP in Derry constituency: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

SDLP unperturbed as Martin McGuinness sets sights on Foyle seat: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Success of independents may be factor in Martin McGuinness move to Foyle: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Ulster Unionists choose Patterson as new MLA: The News Letter

Sinn Fein MLA Phil Flanagan back in election running: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

TUV candidate William Cudworth resigns: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Wilson hasn't spoken to Robinson since December leadership tweet: Carrick Times

Jamie Bryson quits protests over union flag at Belfast City Hall: BBC

Alliance Party proposes clampdown on flags flown on lampposts across Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph

PSNI has paid out almost £30m in compensation: Belfast Telegraph

Dissident republican's trial may collapse without evidence: Irish News

Teenager has been shot in Belfast in a punishment style attack: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

The Troubles – Inquests judge again criticises delays: BBC

Judge aims to call a halt on legacy foot-dragging: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Pub bombings – Police 'set to oppose resumption of inquests into 21 who died' (Jan 15): Birmingham Mail
Nick McCarthy and Andy Richards

Refugees to speak at Bloody Sunday event: Derry Journal

Week of events to mark Bloody Sunday anniversary: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

New controversy over south Armagh centre's IRA memorial: The News Letter

€550m to be invested in new North South co-operating programmes: Irish Independent
Michael Cogley

UUP legal bid to end Catholic schools' fair employment opt out: The News Letter

MLAs want it to be easy to sue for libel, yet protect themselves (Jan 20): The News Letter

BBC Question Time – Irish comedian Grainne Maguire attacks Northern Ireland's 'state sanctioned homophobia': The Independent
Heather Saul

Sinn Féin TD used Oireachtas printing service for 1916 leaflets: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Lord Mayor wants to run for Sinn Fein: Cork Evening Echo

Ardfheis hears Conradh na Gaeilge call not to vote Fine Gael: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Bruton criticises Army's 1916 centenary school visits: The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

Catholic Church's Hold on Schools at Issue in Changing Ireland (Jan 22): New York Times
Douglas Dalby

Baptisms to gain school entry 'wrong', Archbishop says (Jan 21): The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Government happy for Cameron to take time over EU referendum: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Minister praises £209m EU cross-border co-operation fund: Belfast Telegraph

Friday, January 22

Unionist battle – First assembly election for DUP and UUP leaders: BBC
Chris Page

We need political change and the sooner the better: Irish News
Alex Kane

Side by side at the Executive: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Sinn Fein's Martin McGuinness says he would seriously consider going to the Twelfth of July: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Orange Order – McGuinness Twelfth invitation beyond the pale: The News Letter

McGuinness full interview – I'd seriously consider going to the Twelfth: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Orange Order should consider McGuinness initiative: Irish News

Martin McGuinness to contest Foyle in Assembly poll: Derry Journal
Sean McLaughlin

St Patrick's Day union flag protest 'will go ahead': Irish News
John Monaghan

Man bound to keep peace after eggs thrown at dFM: UTV
Mark McFadden

Nationalist battleground – Can SDLP regain support in Newry and Armagh?: BBC
Chris Page

UUP leader Mike Nesbitt – Unionist PR 'has to catch up': Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Details of Bloody Sunday March: Derry Journal

Suspected IRA member denied bail to drive wife to INLA event: The Irish Times

Conor McKee murder – Police suspect paramilitaries or organised criminals: The News Letter

Paramilitaries may be behind drug-related murder – PSNI: The Irish Times

Conor McKee killers appeared to have local knowledge: Irish News
Allison Morris

'Destruction' of Historical Enquiries Team was massive mistake, says ex-police chief Orde: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Decision not to prosecute soldier over Northern Ireland killing to be reviewed: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Lord Chief Justice to meet victims' families: UTV
Jane Loughrey

Aidan McAnespie's family warn 'no one is above the law': Tyrone Times

PPS revisit 1988 file on soldier who killed Aidan McAnespie in Tyrone: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

PM orders crackdown on 'spurious' legal claims against British soldiers: Daily Telegraph
Gregory Walton

Public inquiry may be needed to probe Charlie and Tess Fox killings, says lawyer: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Police Ombudsman to probe claims of collusion into loyalist murder of Sam Marshall: Lurgan Mail

The Disappeared – finding the truth behind the IRA's lost victims: Daily Telegraph
Martin Fletcher

Call for inquiry into 1976 bomb deaths linked to loyalist Glenanne Gang: Belfast Telegraph

Police must disclose documents to legacy inquests: Irish News

Embracing Irishness and Britishness as a Fermanagh man in London: The Irish Times
Paul Breen

Contested legacy – echoes of the Easter Rising: The Guardian
Sean O'Hagan

My grandfather signed the Ulster Covenant, Minister says: The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

Chilling Belfast terror mural gives way to artwork remembering Somme: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

McDonald insists Sinn Féin will be in government eventually: The Irish Times
Sarah Bardon

Joan Burton accuses Mary McDonald of 'tsunami of hate and invective': The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

Memorial mural is defaced by paint bombers: The News Letter

'Free Derry Snowman' goes viral: Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

Brexit is biggest immediate threat to Northern Ireland economy, says SDLP leader Colum Eastwood: Belfast Telegraph

Brexit – DUP's Sammy Wilson claims British exit could mean an 'extra £540m' for NI budget: BBC
Julian O'Neill

There's no talking to a suicidal death cult: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Thursday, January 21

Martin McGuinness condemns death threat against Sinn Fein Colr. Sean McGlinchey: Derry Journal
Sheena Jackson

Nationalist battleground – Can SDLP regain support in Newry and Armagh?: BBC
Chris Page

Entitlement of paramilitaries to welfare plan 'scandalous': The News Letter

People injured in Troubles could have a better chance of keeping disability payments than others, according to Stormont report: Belfast Telegraph

Attwood's comments on welfare proposals are 'bizarre': Derry Journal

SDLP veteran Rosemary Flanagan breaks silence on her resignation as party chair: Impartial Reporter
Meadhbh Monahan

Dissident republicans threaten former Sinn Féin mayor: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Man arrested in probe into mysterious death of ex-republican prisoner: Derry Journal

Police probe paramilitary link to Conor McKee shooting: Irish News
Allison Morris

Ruth Patterson – 'St Patrick was a Protestant': Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Police Ombudsman to probe allegations of police collusion in loyalist killings: BBC

A horrible consequence to a terrible atrocity: Munster Express
John O'Connor

Teebane widow – Families angry that we've been forgotten about: The News Letter

Prosecutors to review Aidan McAnespie border killing case: Irish News

Teenager 'may have been shot dead by soldier in 1975': Belfast Telegraph

Gerry Adams tries to duck IRA inquest Martin McGuinness is happy to attend: The News Letter
Sam McBride

McGuinness 'must tell all he knows about Troubles deaths': The News Letter

The Disappeared – Jean McConville's family granted leave to apply for judicial review to see police murder file: Belfast Live
Jilly Beattie

Britain deliberately refuses to 'deal with the past' in the North: The Irish Times
Eamonn McCann

State can and should make amends over collusion: Irish News
Allison Morris

A lot of people think Mary Lou would be better than Gerry Adams:
Hugh O'Connell

Suicide Among the Ceasefire Babies: The Atlantic
Lyra McKee

Church looks back to the future with 1916 conference: Irish News

SF slashing business tax creates less money for welfare: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Why Apple Needs to Worry More Than Goldman About Sinn Fein:
Joe Brennan

Why football bigots must be seen so they can't be heard: The Herald

Villiers refuses to be drawn on Brexit impact: Irish News
John Manley

State does not support the UK staying in the EU 'at any cost': The Irish Times
Ruadhán Mac Cormaic and Eoin Burke Kennedy

Poll – 55% of Scots believe Scotland will be independent by 2031: The Herald
Jill Castle

Wednesday, January 20

No quick resolution for Troubles victims, Foster admits in first Question Time grilling by MLAs: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Ruth Patterson urges St Patrick's Day flag protesters to call off demonstration: Belfast Live
Chris Kilpatrick

The SDLP hasn't done things well for a while, but that will change, says party's new leader Colum Eastwood: Impartial Reporter
Meadhbh Monahan

Use of 'Derry' in government letter unleashed two-year duel between DUP's McCrea and Stormont: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Stormont needs experienced MLAs such as Jim Wells: The News Letter

Couple accused of making bombs fail in bid to get trial overturned: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh McDonald

Oglaigh na hEireann claim Roe Valley bombs: Derry Journal

Sinn Fein MLA Gerry Kelly may be asked to appear at Gareth O'Connor inquest: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Kildare man jailed for murder of Laurence 'Bomber' Keane: Irish News
Allison Morris

NI affairs committee is a nuisance and a menace: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Martin McGuinness to appear before legacy inquest over IRA activities: BBC
Vincent Kearney

'Troubles' inquests – 'There is a need to know details of secret meeting between the British and republicans' court hears: Derry Journal
Eamon Sweeney

PSNI ordered to release files over Troubles murder: UTV
Jane Loughrey

Acclaimed Davidson Troubles exhibition moves to Paris (Jan 18): Irish News

The past is still casting its shadow over Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

NI Catholics outnumber Protestants in university: Irish Independent
Wayne O'Connor

About 50% more Catholics than Protestants enter higher education: The News Letter

Gerry Adams is hopeful he'll be Taoiseach for the Easter Rising centenary:
Órla Ryan

Benefits probe is latest Sinn Féin finance controversy (Jan 14): Irish News
Brendan Hughes

54% say ditch God Save the Queen for Northern Ireland sporting events: Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

Row over move to commemorate Irishmen who died with Munster Fusiliers: The Irish Times
Anne Lucey

Britain to return 1916 banner seized as war trophy from Countess Markievicz's home (Jan 14):
Michelle Hennessy

Watchdog has lurched from one crisis to next (Jan 19): Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Why a Brexit could hasten the arrival of a united Ireland: Belfast Media
Jude Collins

Yes, Brexit could very easily lead to the break-up of Britain: The Spectator
Alex Massie

Grayling – no second independence poll because of "monumental" financial black hole facing Scotland: The Herald
Michael Settle

British people are proud of colonialism and the British Empire, poll finds: The Independent
Jon Stone

Tuesday, January 19

Police 'obstructing Troubles inquests to protect force predecessors': Belfast Telegraph

Arlene Foster demands reality check over police funding for legacy cases: Belfast Telegraph

The Troubles – Judge begins review of inquests: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Troubles inquests 'obstructed to protect RUC' say victims' families: The News Letter

Martin McGuinness digs in as opponents change: Irish News
Fionnuala O Connor

Stormont power-sharing only embeds the us-and-them status quo: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Will 2016 be a defining year for unionism and republicanism?:
Steven McCaffery

Police 'not informed' of St Patrick's Day flag protest: Irish News
John Monaghan

Andrews accused of hypocrisy over leaflet: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Gardai on alert as feud between 'Mr Big' gang and dissident mob escalates: Sunday World
Alan Sherry

Séamus Ludlow – Family of murder victim seeks inquiry: The Irish Times

Dr. King's Impact On The Fight for Civil Rights In Northern Ireland:
Chandra Thomas Whitfield

Charges needed over Stakeknife scandal (Jan 18): Irish News

Fitzgerald casts doubt on IRA sex abuse probe: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Pastor McConnell – I will meet with Muslim leader who reported me to police: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Sinn Féin take over landmark Dublin theatre for Rising event: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Sinn Fein gathering on beach with US gangster link branded 'a pantomime': The News Letter

1916 celebrations will brings those of different faiths closer, says Michael Noonan: Irish Examiner
Jimmy Woulfe

Ireland's Easter Rising and how history is being twisted in celebrating the struggle for independence: The Independent
Robert Fisk

Good Friday Agreement of 1998 must change how we commemorate the 1916 Rising (Jan 11): Irish Examiner
John Bruton

We can't let SF use 1916 to justify IRA's recent campaign of violence: Irish Independent
Eddie Molloy

Arlene Foster respects democracy, unlike the leaders of 1916: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

TDs told to 'hold Sinn Féin line' in referendum: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Same-sex issues divisive and hurtful for Church of Ireland – Dean Mann: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Vatican thanks Belfast for invitation to Pope Francis: The News Letter
Sam McBride

DUP's Gavin Robinson blasts Labour over calls to ban Donald Trump: The Herald

Kohl was right – our neutral stance is totally irrational (Jan 18): Sunday Independent
Carol Hunt

MPs to probe implications of Brexit for Northern Ireland peace process: Belfast Telegraph

If England gets a national anthem, Northern Ireland will be left singing the divisive God Save The Queen alone: The Independent
Michael Walker

Monday, January 18

Loyalists plan Belfast flag protest for St Patrick's Day: Irish News
John Monaghan

Anti-EU Villiers unfazed by report: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Northern Ireland must grasp the chance of a fresh start: Financial Times

Campbell – DFM should apologise for Eastwood no-show gaffe: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Speculation rife as to who will replace UUP man: Ulster Herald

Victims murdered by British agents 'must get justice': Irish News
Claire Simpson

IRA bomb victims to meet ministers amid effort to win compensation from Libya for its role in smuggling explosives to Northern Ireland: Independent on Sunday
Tom McTague

Frazer opposes official's IRA compensation talks visit: The News Letter

Troubles killings inquests 'could take decades to hear': Belfast Telegraph

Fresh appeal on 24th anniversary of Teebane atrocity: The News Letter

Northern Ireland's violent past remains unresolved (Jan 16): The Irish Times
Brian Rowan

Sinn Fein may link ardheis to Easter Rising anniversary: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Primate fears 1916 events could lead to division: Irish Independent
Nick Bramhill

Another wave of Sinn Féin clichés washes up on Banna Strand (Jan 17): Sunday Independent
Gerard O'Regan

Expecting Foster to attend Rising commemorations is deluded: Irish News
Tom Kelly

Eve of an election, edge of the 1916 centenary (Jan 17): Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Moral ambiguity over 1916 and northern Troubles (Jan 1): Irish News
Denis Bradley

How have we used 1916's great gifts? – Commemorating 1916 Rising (Jan 1): Irish Examiner

Army side will remain in London GAA competition: Irish Examiner
Robert Mulhern

'McConnell and Jesus were both offensive and we shouldn't shrink from being so too' (Jan 15): Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Stormont sub-group set up despite contrary advice (Jan 12): Derry Journal

Eastern European immigrants have enhanced Province (Jan 13): The News Letter

State 'loses €300m annually' to cross-Border fuel smuggling: The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

Gerry Adams sees funny side as Pierce Brosnan goes into character (Jan 15): Irish Examiner
Noel Baker

Frustration, not poverty, explains British jihadis: The Irish Times
Malachi O'Doherty

Stop Scottish independence talk in EU debate: The Scotsman
Brian Monteith

So what is Scottishness?: The Herald
Charles Freeland

National anthem traditionalists should note that "God Save the Queen" was once one of many (Jan 13): New Statesman
Oskar Cox Jensen

Sunday, January 17

It's only a matter of time before Sinn Féin is in government, says Adams (Jan 16): The Irish Times
Barry Roche and Harry McGee

Martin has choice of a SF embrace or a FG marriage: Sunday Independent
Jody Corcoran

Protestant leader dismisses criticism of Pope's NI visit: The Irish Catholic
Greg Daly

Painting the present, not the past: UTV
Brian Rowan

Clinton worried McGuinness and Adams couldn't avoid IRA split: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

New push for compensation for IRA victims: Sunday Telegraph
Tim Ross

SF's IRA history 'forgets' Whitey Bulger arms deal: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

New York St. Patrick's Day Parade leaders praise Grand Marshal George Mitchell: Irish Voice/
Debbie McGoldrick

Kinnock blasted for 'punishment beating' claim: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Coalition has struck right balance on Rising centenary – Roy Foster (Jan 16): The Irish Times
Paddy Agnew

Easter 1916 & Somme – Council's rallying call (Jan 11): Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Adams and Sinn Féin are revising the Rising in their own way: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Arlene Foster right on Easter Rising and the Somme: Irish News
Patrick Murphy

Will the truth about the Rising and Somme be heard this year?: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Unionists fail to see how O'Dowd was using 'parity': The News Letter
Stephen Elliott

Our 'spend, spend, spend' will be paid for by future generations: The News Letter

Right hand, wrong foot – An Irishman's Diary about political and religious symbolism (Jan 16): The Irish Times
Frank McNally

Modern Ireland in 100 Artworks – Northern Ireland, the 1,500th Victim, by Robert Ballagh: The Irish Times
Catherine Marshall

Polish political party to launch Northern Ireland branch (Jan 13): The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Dr Richard Clarke – Church of Ireland primate defends decision on US Episcopal Church: BBC

Gay marriage isn't splitting the Anglican Communion – it's holding it together: The Spectator
Theo Hobson

Bilingual status on the way for Galway City: Connacht Tribune
Thérèse Hannon

Scotland would vote yes for independence if Britain leaves the EU, according to new poll: Scottish Sunday Mail
Mark McLaughlin

A Point of View – Is it time for a new British national anthem? (Jan 15): BBC
Tom Shakespeare

Dafydd Wigley – The House of Lords is under threat and should embrace democracy: The News Letter
David Williamson

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn calls for British Government to establish an 'IRA style' back channel of communication with IS: Belfast Telegraph
Gavin Corbyn

Saturday, January 16

'IRA tried to kill my Dad, I understand victims': The News Letter
Arlene Foster

Senior judge to hold a major legacy inquest review: Irish News
Connla Young

While lauding Robinson, Foster has subtly taken a different path: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Election-mode Arlene Foster in old-school reshuffle: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Department criticised over Sinn Féin benefits probe silence: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Executive urged to overrule O'Dowd in exams grading row: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

UUP's Nesbitt slams 'dunces' of First Ministers' Office as costs spiral by 21%: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

DUP lack necessary 'element of skill' for Guinness records honour: Irish News
John Manley

Withholding information charges to be brought in Alan Ryan murder probe: Irish Independent
Louise Roseingrave

Maghaberry female prison officer 'arrested over alleged affair with loyalist killer': Belfast Telegraph

'Only a matter of time before a Maghaberry prison officer is raped by an inmate' – McGlone: Mid Ulster Mail

Families question delays in charging 'Stakeknife': Irish News
Allison Morris

NIO in legal bid for part-secret hearing over Omagh probe: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Blair declines invitation to appear before MPs on Libya: BBC
Mark Devenport

Robert McCartney's sister challenges Kelly to release IRA murder report: The News Letter

PSNI 'hasn't acted on Lisa Dorrian burial information': Irish News
Allison Morris

Most Protestants would welcome visit by Pope – top Church of Ireland official: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Martin rules out FF entering coaltion with SF or FG: The Irish Times
Sarah Bardon

Adams plans to stand for Sinn Féin leadership at Ardfheis: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Martin McGuinness mulls his Sinn Féin future but has 'energy of a 20-year-old': BBC
Mark Devenport

Gerry Adams launches Mary Lou McDonald's general election campaign: Irish Examiner
Elaine Loughlan

Mary Lou likens Gerry Adams to "international sex symbol" Martin McGuinness: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Sinn Féin seeks to emulate Dublin success nationally, says Adams: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

2016 should unite rather than divide us – McGuinness: Derry Journal

RIRA chief's brother calling for RTÉ boycott over Rubberbandits: Sunday World
Neil Fetherston

Derry Ógra members take part in protest: Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

Unionist council move to favour Somme over Rising challenged: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Say no to grave robbers and revisionists: Irish Examiner
Michael Clifford

Brexit one of 'biggest risks' facing North's economy – report: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Gay cake row appeal – Top human rights lawyer to join Ashers Bakery court team: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

What's the hold up with the British Bill of Rights?: The Spectator
James Forsyth

School admissions veto is unacceptable: Irish Examiner


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