This archive contains references to articles from January 16-31, 2017. If you find a link that is out of date please let us know by e-mailing the Newshound.


HOME


History


NewsoftheIrish


Book Reviews
& Book Forum


Search / Archive
Back to 10/96

Papers


Reference


About


Contact



Tuesday, January 31

Brexit – Irish taoiseach spells out fears over 'hard border' with north: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

May opposition to hard border has strengthened – whether she and Kenny can deliver is another story: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

At Cardiff Brexit talks NI politicians' minds are elsewhere: BBC
Gareth Gordon

'I know what is at stake for Ireland in Brexit': The Irish Times
Theresa May

We learned a little – but nothing more: Irish Examiner
Daniel McConnell

'We need new allies in the EU' – Donohoe: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

A commitment to working together: The Irish Times
Editorial

Enda Kenny is saving the last dance for Gerry Adams and Sinn Féin: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Parades 'need to be discussed at post-election talks', senior Orangeman says: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Michelle O'Neill – Promoting RHI scheme 'was the right thing to do at the time': Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Féin's links to 'cultural societies' probed several years ago: Irish News
Claire Simpson

The BBC suddenly loses interest in RHI when SF have questions to answer: The News Letter
Sammy Wilson

Looks like a long pause before Stormont returns: Irish News
Fionnuala O'Connor

DUP and Sinn Féin tangled up in an elephant trap of their own making: The News Letter
Alex Kane

DPP has brought more cases against terrorists than the state, stats show: The News Letter

AK used on Crumlin Road had been fired at police before: Belfast Media

Grants scheme offers more than £100,000 to Orange hall applicants: Irish News
Connla Young

Court dismisses Thomas 'Slab' Murphy's appeal against tax evasion conviction: Irish Independent
Ruaidhrí Giblin

Busarus evacuated after dissident republican caught with 1.6kg of TNT, court told: Irish Independent
Peter Doyle

Brokenshire accused of 'pettiness' over Irish anthem 'snub' at GAA game in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Brokenshire legacy comments 'criticised structures not people': The News Letter

'Brokenshire should respect impartiality of justice', says Ford: The News Letter
Niall Deeney

Ex-IRA man quizzed over Donaldson killing dies after cancer fight: Irish Independent
Suzanne Breen

Irish government will not support Troubles 'amnesties': BBC

Séamus Ludlow's family to appeal for new investigations: The Irish Times
Ciarán D'Arcy

'No imbalance of approach' in decision to prosecute Troubles-related cases: Belfast Telegraph

A fine display of solidarity by veterans in London: The News Letter
Editorial

No republican fugitives in comfort letter furore have been reported to the PPS: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

NIO chief's killings call sparks storm: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Prosecution decision over Kingsmill massacre suspect 'imminent': ITV

Flanagan challenged to keep promise to Kingsmills families: The News Letter

Kingsmills inquest – Promise of Garda files 'fairly hollow': The News Letter

Sir John Hurt shone on a spotlight on the injustices of the Birmingham pub bombings: Birmingham Mail
Mike Lockley

Donegal Council referring to 'Londonderry' on maps: Donegal News
Harry Walsh

Gerry Adams' US ally was involved in creating Muslim ban: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Kenny should be at US St Patrick's Day events – Mary McAleese: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Trump state visit to UK must go ahead, says DUP MP: The News Letter

Ireland's relationship with the US is unique – and runs deeper than politics: Irish Independent
Charlie Flanagan

Why Enda Kenny must not meet Trump on St Patrick's Day: The Irish Times
John Maher

Boycott of US is not on, but we must speak out: Irish Independent
Editorial

Monday, January 30

SDLP MLA criticises minister's remarks on Troubles killings probes: Belfast Telegraph

Foster and new Sinn Féin leader in North to meet Theresa May: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Enda Kenny must come away from Theresa May meeting with result: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

O'Neill could be catalyst for Stormont upheaval: Tribune Magazine
John Coulter

North's elections an exercise in foregone conclusions (Jim 17 yard}: Irish News
Patrick Murphy

Ireland ramps up campaign to secure a special Brexit deal: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Charlie Flanagan 'to make Irish views known' on US trip: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

Kenny must go to White House and bring a big message from a small nation: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

To go or not to go? White House visit questioned: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Police Ombudsman says file sent to prosecutors over junior Orange Order parade: Irish News
John Monaghan

Long – DUP members, not attacks on Foster, are misogynistic: The News Letter

Theresa May – Devolved administrations won't get decisive Brexit role: Belfast Telegraph

History suggests SF row has put Kenny on borrowed time: Irish Independent
John Downing

Paramilitary group linked to Irish ticket tout gig scam that's fleecing customers: Irish Mirror
Emma Nolan

Sinn Féin youth commemorate all young people killed in the Conflict: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Bloody Sunday march will continue to 'rage' against state injustice: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

James Brokenshire's decision to avoid anthem at GAA match 'offensive': Irish News
John Manley

Making sense of the extraordinary: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

May to be pressed on vision for Irish links post-Brexit: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Are Catholic bishops ready to give up patronage of schools?: The Irish Times
Carl O'Brien

'New IRA' gun men fired ten shots from an AK-type assault rifle in their bid of murder a PSNI officer in north Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Hutton

How could Brexit impact future Irish emigrants to the UK?: The Irish Times
Piaras Mac Éinrí

Theresa May to warn devolved nations – you have no veto on Brexit: The Guardian
Peter Walker

Sunday, January 29

NI secretary James Brokenshire – Troubles inquiry 'not working': BBC

We must not allow the past to be rewritten in Northern Ireland: Sunday Telegraph
James Brokenshire

Hundreds of ex-soldiers took part in a Justice for Northern Ireland Veterans march of Downing Street: Belfast Telegraph

'Sunday' relative urges PPS: 'Do the right thing – prosecute soldiers' (Jan 25): Derry Journal

No fugitive 'comfort letter' republicans reported to prosecutors yet: Belfast Telegraph

Gerry Adams tells Fine Gael to 'stop getting into a tizzy' over coalition talk: Carlow Nationalist

Gerry Adams challenges parties to become persuaders for a United Ireland: DonegalNow.com

Enda Kenny – Brexit talks must retain possibility of united Ireland: BreakingNews.ie

Mary Lou's piece of perestroika could reshape politics for decades to come: Sunday Independent
Ed Brophy

Ian Paisley's few kind words in a bleak political environment (Jan 26): Irish News
Allison Morris

Alliance – Michelle O'Neill has serious RHI questions to answer: The News Letter
Niall Deeney

Michelle O'Neill – 'I have a job to do . . . healing wounds of past' (Jan 28): The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

'Aileen Quinton is right – RHI is not as scandalous as legacy imbalance': The News Letter
Trevor Ringland

I don't buy it, says Anna Lo of Alliance Party racism and ageism claims (Jan 27): Belfast Telegraph
Claire O'Boyle

Big political void left by McGuinness: The Southern Star
Editorial

Bilingual Council bid rejected (Jan 27): Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

DUP silent on latest Irish language claims: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Poignant ceremony to remember the Bloody Sunday dead: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Device at Earhart was 'viable pipe bomb': Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Taoiseach must tell Trump on St Patrick's Day that 'Ireland stands for equality' – Dáil told (Jan 26): Irish Independent
John Downing

No place for Ireland in Theresa May's and Donald Trump's new world (Jan 28): The Irish Times
Chris Johns

Pursuit of Common Travel Area will turn us into unpaid border guard for UK (Jan 27): Irish Independent
Niall Holohan

Too hard on Trump, too soft on Sinn Féin: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Strong majority want a Minister for Brexit, according to poll: The Irish Times
Dean Ruxton

Irish border towns braced for Brexit chill (Jan 21): Belfast Telegraph
Nicola Anderson

Ireland will pay price of Britain leaving customs union (Jan 20): The Irish Times
John FitzGerald

Minister reaffirms Narrow Water Bridge determination at Newry Meeting: Newry Times

Gardai to quiz murder suspect's fiancee after US deportation: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Meeting the needs of the border area after Brexit: Drogheda Independent

Independence supporters who voted Green did not help Unionists or harm SNP, say experts: The Herald
Andrew Whitaker

Nicola Sturgeon tells Theresa May to 'heed the voice of Scotland' ahead of key Brexit talks: Independent on Sunday
Charlotte England

Dr Barry Morgan – Wales' devolution settlement 'unjust' (Jan 27): BBC

Saturday, January 28

Enda Kenny reaffirms that Fine Gael 'will not enter coalition with Sinn Féin': Irish Mirror
Brynmor Pattison

Simon Coveney rules out a Fine Gael-Sinn Féin coalition: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

'Kenny is losing it,' warn ministers – as Taoiseach isolated over Sinn Féin gaffe nobody understands: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Enda Kenny left isolated after call on Sinn Féin deal: Irish Examiner
Fiachra O Cionnaith

Taoiseach's SF comments to be raised at FG party meeting: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

Kenny's U-turn on SF wake-up call for unionism – Paisley: Belfast Telegraph
Claire O'Boyle

Taoiseach signals a U-turn as shadow of IRA violence recedes (Jan 27): Irish Independent
John Downing

If Adams goes, Fine Gael will be singing 'Hello Mary Lou': Belfast Telegraph
Anthony McIntyre

Sinn Féin still has a road to travel before being trusted in power: Irish Independent
Editorial

Assembly election – 'Most important vote since 1998': BBC
Mark Devenport

TUV 'bans councillor Jolene Bunting from standing in vote': Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Files link Arlene Foster to Irish language row and show DUP failed to equality test Líofa cut: TheDetail.tv
Maresa Fagan and Claire Smyth

Sinn Féin's Michelle O'Neill in firing line over RHI as role of her department in hyping faulty scheme revealed: Belfast Telegraph
Sean O'Driscoll and Claire O'Boyle

Michelle O'Neill dismisses any complicity in cash-for-ash scandal: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

RHI fiasco – DUP chief Arlene Foster defends withholding information from Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

RHI is a tale of monumental ineptitude – or something darker: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Michelle O'Neill might be able to teach Arlene Foster a thing or two: Irish News
Newton Emerson

It is clear that women no longer face discrimination in NI politics: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Tribalism will always trump gender here, so rise of Foster and O'Neill not dawn of new era: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

DUP leader 'living in denial' if she attends Brexit talks: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

MP – I'll vote to leave EU as it's 'people's will': Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Northern Ireland has been betrayed over Brexit before... but Supreme Court decision was the worst yet: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Hugh Walker

Practise what you preach and step aside, DUP MLA urges Naomi Long: Belfast Telegraph
Claire O'Boyle

IRA victim's daughter – Eulogies for McGuinness 'nauseating': The News Letter
Sandra Chapman

Ferris pays tribute to long time friend McGuinness: The Kerryman

Colin Duffy denies charges over gun attack on police patrol: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh McDonald

Dissident sentences 'would have been laughed at during Troubles': The News Letter

Tony Taylor denied due process people marched for on Bloody Sunday: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Lord Chief Justice hits back at criticism of handling of Troubles inquests: BBC

I am not choosing to focus on state killings, says LCJ: The News Letter

New evidence stalls watchdog report on murder of RUC man John Larmour in Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Birmingham bombs – Details of knowledge on IRA threat wanted: The Irish Times

Soldier accused of attempted murder to address rally: The News Letter

Carl Frampton's ability to unite shouldn't be underestimated: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Gorman

Time to call a halt to embarrassing 'Ireland's Call': The Irish Times
Johnny Watterson

Centenary of Northern Ireland is to be marked with major events and exhibition: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Phil Hogan says we must prepare for hard Brexit: Irish Examiner
Daniel McConnell

Westminster committee exploring impact of Brexit on devolved administrations: Belfast Telegraph

Sturgeon's rhetoric on Brexit is fast reaching boiling point: The Herald
Michael Settle

Why hasn't Scotland changed its mind on independence?: The Guardian
Chris Curtis

Friday, January 27

Taoiseach not ruling out coalition with Sinn Féin: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Enda Kenny sparks Cabinet fury over talk of Sinn Féin coalition: Irish Examiner
Elaine Loughlin

Gerry Adams casts doubt on future of NI executive: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Varadkar sees potential for Fianna Fáil and Sinn Féin sharing power: The Irish Times
Patrick Logue

Sinn Féin has not outgrown its past to become a typical party: Financial Times
Kevin Toolis

Sinn Féin faces up to political reality: The Irish Times
Editorial

Sinn Féin's changing of the guard is dramatic which is comforting: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Editorial

People living outside UK cannot vote in Assembly elections: Irish News

Senior DUP figure claims Arlene Foster withheld information from Assembly on RHI: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Only Sinn Féin could contest election on an anti-corruption ticket and keep a straight face: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

UUP should ram modern and progressive message through every letterbox: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Prominent Greens lend support to legal bid over option of reversing Brexit: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

Some in Northern Ireland still want a Brexit problem: The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

Dublin needs to keep its options open, including quitting the EU: The News Letter
Ray Bassett

Brexit, Ireland, Scotland and the Union: New Statesman
Editorial

Case for a Brexit Minister will become indisputable: Irish Independent
Editorial

SF accused of using Irish language 'like bullets in fight for Independence': Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Former dissident prisoner allowed to serve licence period across border: Irish News

Barra McGrory says critics have 'insulted him': BBC
Vincent Kearney

Figures dismiss army 'witch hunt' allegations: Irish News
Allison Morris

Tory MP and ex-British soldier admits he was "kind of a torturer" in the Troubles: Irish News
Sam Lister and Claire Simpson

Hooded Men campaigner unsurprised at former soldier's admission he was "kind of a torturer": Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Former soldiers' inquiry demand branded a delaying tactic: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Legacy imbalance 'began under the DUP': The News Letter

Pub bombings – Major boost as Government changes law to allow funding: Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards and Marc Reeves

Deal with the past before a new Executive: Belfast Media
Michael Jackson

Labour's Stoke candidate branded Jeremy Corbyn 'IRA supporting friend of Hamas' and criticised Brexit: Daily Telegraph
Kate McCann

Labour Party in NI have a doomed infatuation with the pro republican Corbyn: The News Letter
Owen Polley

Republican Colin Duffy in court on terror charges: ITV

Belfast officer shot by dissidents in stable condition after more surgery: Belfast Telegraph
Claire O'Boyle

Republican terror groups in line to take control of underworld: Sunday World
Alan Sherry

'It's like something out of a movie' says Dungiven man asked to work as informant for MI5: The News Letter

Alliance Party rocked by racism and ageism bombshell allegations by councillors: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Hibernians reform in Fermanagh after 60 years: Irish News
Connla Young

Mystery of 'missing' Ulster-Scots hall given £25,000 grant solved by Belfast Telegraph: Belfast Telegraph
Brett Campbell

NI fight fans unite behind Belfast's Frampton: ITV

Taoiseach's office welcomes St Patrick's Day invitation to Trump White House: Irish Independent
Joyce Fegan

Dáil debates Taoiseach's message for Trump on St Patrick's Day: The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

Scot made 'death threat to Northern Ireland's top prosecutor': STV

Theresa May is preparing to abandon plans for a British Bill of Rights, sources suggest: Daily Telegraph
Steven Swinford

As robust Unionism makes a comeback, impact of the Orange vote seems overblown: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Thursday, January 26

McDonald open to Sinn Féin being junior coalition partner: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

Foster says she 'will have to work with' O'Neill: BBC
Gareth Gordon

Arlene would do well to take a leaf out of Ian Paisley's book when it comes to forgiveness: Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

DUP may not meet Sinn Féin's limited demands: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Political edifice has failed victims, says campaigner whose wife died in bombing: Belfast Telegraph

'Remove Sinn Féin from mists of East Antrim' says new DUP runner: Carrick Times
Victoria Leonard

Executive could be formed after poll to implement Hart recommendations, UUP says: Belfast Telegraph

Charlie Flanagan guarded over North's heat incentive scheme: The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

Meet the Spads – fiercely loyal, secretive, very well-paid and essential to the success of all political parties (Jan 21): Belfast Telegraph
Claire O'Boyle

Is RHI really a bigger scandal than the terrorism of Martin McGuinness and the IRA?: The News Letter
Aileen Quinton

Stop being the poster boys for tribal voting (Jan 23): Belfast Live
Joe Lindsay

Future of Border becomes focus of Brexit talks (Jan 21): The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Ireland should not take itself 'hostage' over Brexit concerns: The Irish Times
Elaine Edwards

DUP has a strong hand over Article 50 – which is why it must play it wisely: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Could an Irish referendum delay or even derail Brexit?: The Irish Times
Ruadhán Mac Cormaic

Brexit – Leaders face uphill struggle to make Northern Ireland's voice heard: Belfast Telegraph
Rory O'Connell

UK is still on course for Brexit, despite Supreme Court ruling: The News Letter
Editorial

Northern Ireland MPs must unite to get best out of Brexit: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Court rules on article 50 – Parliament's authority is confirmed: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Theresa May – Troubles inquiries should focus on IRA: Daily Telegraph
Robert Mendick

Ten years since O'Loan report families say collusion brushed under carpet: Sunday World
Richard Sullivan

Northern Ireland – dead British soldier named as man who killed van driver: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Brother of man shot in back on Bloody Sunday says circling of wagons around soldier suspects is a stalling tactic: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Shooting of PSNI officer in North Belfast claimed by the 'IRA': Belfast Live
Ryan Smith

Arrests over Dunmurry device 'designed to kill police': ITV

Colleagues of shot police officer urge public to search smart phone photos to help investigation: Belfast Live
Jilly Beattie

Feeble response to dissidents 'is damaging police morale' – serving officer: The News Letter
Adam Kula

'Tony Taylor was arrested on a shopping trip with his family based on MI5 assessment': Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Man fighting extradition over Regency Hotel killing granted bail: The Irish Times
Alan Erwin

UVF boss Winkie Irvine sits on board of Shankill charity bidding for massive wood pellet boiler: The Sunday Life
Christopher Woodhouse

NUJ condemns online intimidation of female NI journalist: The News Letter

Why republican 'scissor theory' cuts no ice, but SF share dissidents' DNA: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Politicians must not lose sight of threat in the race for votes: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Catholic and Protestant unemployment rates equal: ITV

Rise of female politicians but not women's rights (Jan 24): Irish News
Allison Morris

'Provo Princess' teacher who posted pro-IRA tweets is banned from classroom: Scottish Daily Record
Annie Butterworth

How a nod from Germany could trigger a second Scottish independence referendum: New Statesman
Julia Rampen

Corbyn 'should apologise' over condolences for officer who survived shooting says Elliott: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

No formal communication, says PSNI after report Labour leader Corbyn writes letter of apology for wrongly stating injured officer 'lost life' in Belfast shooting: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Is Ireland about to rejoin the COMMONWEALTH? Irish politician spearheading new campaign: Daily Express
John Chapman

Wednesday, January 25

Stormont does not need to be consulted over Article 50: ITV

DUP 'should back majority in Northern Ireland' who voted Remain: Belfast Telegraph

Eastwood call on SF to take Westminster seats ahead of Article 50 vote: Derry Journal

Sinn Féin refuses to send its four MPs to Westminster in attempt to block Article 50: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

Remain losers have been given ability to wage warfare – DUP: The News Letter

Sinn Féin's Michelle O'Neill urges Dublin to 'act in our interests' over Brexit: Irish Independent
Michael McHugh

Adams warns of new border from Derry to Dundalk: Irish Echo
Evan Short

Brexit Supreme court dismissal of Northern Ireland undermines Assembly's democratic mandate, warns SDLP: Belfast Telegraph

Politicians must fight for north's interests in Brexit talks: Irish News
Editorial

Brexit ruling – PM Theresa May declines request to address Dáil about Brexit: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe, Elaine Loughlin, and Fiachra Ó Cionnaith

May 'did not snub invite to make Dáil speech': Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Theresa May is on the verge of unilaterally tearing out sections of the Good Friday Agreement, warns McCartney: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

PM handling Irish situation 'with caution': Irish Independent
Catherine Devine

We need to know if DUP was paid to back Brexit: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Lawyer to use our courts in bid to allow British U-turn on exit: Irish Independent
Shane Phelan

Brexit ruling – EU economics commissioner backs 'special' North but hints at return of borders: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

It's a sad day Michelle O'Neill's father cannot be here, says proud mum: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

New Sinn Féin leader calls for change in attitude of DUP: ITV

Chilly reception from unionists to Michelle O'Neill's first day in charge of Sinn Féin: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

I feel an enormous responsibility and will not let you down – O'Neill: The News Letter

What Sinn Féin's new leader Michelle O'Neill's said yesterday and the deeper meanings that lie beneath it: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Michelle O'Neill appointment consistent with Sinn Féin's ideological turnaround as it aims to shed military past: Belfast Telegraph
Anthony McIntyre

O'Neill has vital role to play if NI Executive is to work: Irish Independent
Editorial

Sinn Féin slow to clarify if any representatives in RHI: The News Letter

Ex-DUP aide Brimstone ripped off RHI to heat his own home, claims TUV's Allister: Belfast Telegraph

Sister of Dungiven hunger striker pays tribute to Martin McGuinness: Derry Journal

IRA remarks offer nothing positive, says victim's sister: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

McCann threatens to name soldiers who killed people on Bloody Sunday and on the Shankill: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Ex-Army peer criticises soldiers being 'dragged before the courts' 40 years on: Belfast Telegraph

West Midlands United – all mayoral candidates link in support of pub bombings families: Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

Ex-soldier Tim Francis recalls Londonderry car bomb: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Two men arrested over police officer shooting released unconditionally: The News Letter

Dissident 'IRA' group say they shot PSNI officer in north Belfast: Irish News
Connla Young

'If dissidents faced 20 years in jail, they might think twice': The News Letter

Despite strides we have made in local politics, the gunman has not gone away: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Bail scandal – McLaughlin legal aid costs 'will top £100k': The News Letter

Saoradh plans Strand Road stop and search protest: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Belfast bonfire collections start six months ahead of Eleventh night: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Trump won't lose sleep over anti democracy protests in Belfast: The News Letter
Sammy Wilson

Second vote on Scottish independence getting more likely: The Irish Times
Peter Geoghegan

The SNP thinks it knows how to kill hard Brexit: New Statesman
Julia Rampen

This was not a good day for democracy...: Daily Mail
Editorial

Tuesday, January 24

Brexit – Northern Irish politicians prepare to block EU withdrawal if Supreme Court ruling gives Stormont say: The Independent
Siobhan Fenton

Enda Kenny to warn the UK not to renege on Belfast Agreement: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Branch of political wing of UDA calls for Good Friday Agreement to be scrapped: Irish News
John Monaghan

'I haven't gone away you know' says Martin McGuinness: Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

Ian Paisley's gesture was a much-needed moment of hope: The Irish Times
Declan Lawn

Paisley tribute to McGuinness was generous, genuine ... and necessary: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Allister accuses former DUP SPAD over RHI scheme: BBC

RHI scandal – Allister 'tried to rein in Spads': The News Letter

RHI scandal – Claimants details to be made public on Wednesday: Belfast Telegraph

Political parties audit MLAs for RHI links: BBC

RHI scandal – Three DUP MLAs have family members availing of scheme: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

DUP dismisses claim about 'cash for ash' family link: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

RHI Scandal – DUP manages to pass radical cost-control legislation: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Sinn Féin meeting that brought political crisis to a head: The Irish Times
Brian Rowan

Stormont – a parliament of missed opportunities: TheDetail.tv
Steven McCaffery

Martin McGuinness passes the Sinn Féin baton to Michelle O'Neill: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Sinn Féin leadership role 'biggest honour' for O'Neill: ITV

Sinn Féin's new 'leader of the North' Michelle O'Neill will have her work cut out as election day looms: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

DUP respond to Sinn Féin Michelle O'Neill appointment with Gerry Adams Twitter meme: Derry Journal
John Gillespie

UUP man mocks Michelle O'Neill's 'leader in the north' title: Carrick Times
Stephen Gamble

Health campaigner has no IRA baggage as she takes Sinn Féin helm at Stormont: The News Letter

Michelle O'Neill – new Sinn Féin leader marks republican sea change: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

New leader in North took express route to top – Mary Lou must be watching very closely: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Sinn Féin's new northern leader is a safe pair of hands: Irish News
John Manley

How does SF's Michelle O'Neill measure up to Arlene Foster?: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Bulletproof vest saved life of PSNI officer in gun attack: Irish Independent
Claire O'Boyle

Belfast murder bid on police officer troubling but not cause to fear return of past violence: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Colin Duffy and two others to appear on terror charges: The News Letter

File including religion of IRA targets 'was destined for McGuinness': The News Letter
Adam Kula

Troubles victims who will not forgive ill Martin McGuinness for suffering IRA inflicted: Belfast Telegraph
Leona O'Neill and Rebecca Black

Troubles agents not immune from prosecution – ex-Special Branch officer: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Security forces planned to kill agent Gareth O'Connor (Jan 23): Irish News
Connla Young

Two more men arrested over PSNI officer shooting: BBC

'High-velocity rifle' used in gun attack on policeman: Sunday World

DUP's Arlene Foster says Belfast gun attack on officer 'work of cowards': Belfast Telegraph
Steven Alexander

Tánaiste Frances Fitzgerald – Gun attack on PSNI officer was 'despicable': Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keeffe

Impossible to thwart every attack despite constant surveillance: Irish News
Allison Morris

Police Federation – Hard Irish border 'puts PSNI at risk': BBC

'Harsh EU critic' May should not address TDs – Varadkar: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

Enda Kenny – Ireland has a plan to deal with Brexit: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

Ross's Border depots idea is a 'worst-case scenario': Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Supreme Court will rule that we are a region: The Herald
Iain Macwhirter

Monday, January 23

British government reject Gerry Adams' claims Brexit would "destroy" Good Friday Agreement: Irish Mirror
David Maher

Adams comments could be seen as 'inciting violence', says Beattie: The News Letter

Martin McGuinness has no equal, says Gerry Adams: Irish Examiner
Elaine Loughlin

McGuinness took 'a lot of flak' for some decisions made in peace efforts – Mid Ulster MP: Tyrone Times

Sinn Féin poised to name replacement for ailing Martin McGuinness: Belfast Telegraph

Martin McGuinness has tremendous duty to tell whole story – biographer: The News Letter

'Chuckle Brother' was not a saint, so don't treat him as one: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Martin McGuinness and me – two lives, two different paths: The Irish Times
Eamonn Mallie

As soldier and statesman Martin McGuinness leaves an incredible legacy: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

Hume and McGuinness – a tale of two Derry men: Irish News
Tom Kelly

McGuinness an able negotiator Sinn Féin could struggle to replace (Jan 20): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Changing of the guard unfolds at Sinn Féin conference: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Sinn Féin's young talent looking to future in power (Jan 21): Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

Sinn Féin's O'Neill faces tough task to rebuild public's faith in North's institutions: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Sinn Féin plans a 'no hiding place inquiry' into 'cash for ash' scandal: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Alliance queries party posters deal: The News Letter

SDLP stands by legal threat over Sinn Féin MLA's remarks: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Will Arlene Forster get her second chance?: The Irish Times
Rodney Edwards

Northern Ireland requires close attention – Harty: Clare Herald
Páraic McMahon

There must be no joint authority if Stormont fails to return (Jan 19): The News Letter
Editorial

Debate on Irish unity needs to be 'deShinnerised': The Irish Times
Harry McGee

My case for a 'Celtic Fringe' of Ireland, the North and Scotland (Jan 21): Irish Independent
James Dornan

PSNI officer hurt in drive-by shooting in North Belfast: Belfast Live
Chris Sherrard

Sinn Féin – Those who shot police officer have 'nothing to offer': The News Letter

PSNI arrest man after officer shot in Belfast attack: RTE

Criticism of dissident terror is not enough – action to combat them must be supported: The News Letter
Editorial

569 PSNI officers police Easter Rising republican parade in north Belfast: Irish News
Gareth McKeown

Suspected agent Gareth O'Connor saved multiple lives: Irish News
Connla Young

Talks on new law to protect OAP Troubles soldiers: The News Letter

Amnesty for soldiers 'would fuel IRA claims for similar deal' (Jan 19): The News Letter

Alleged former IRA leader Thomas 'Slab' Murphy enjoys stroll in prison just miles from border: Irish News
John Monaghan

Housing Executive funding for community group at centre of UDA allegations trebles in three years: Irish News
John Monaghan

27 lives saved by cross-border cardiology service: Belfast Telegraph

Schools say 'baptism barrier' is rare: Irish Examiner
Niall Murray

Move against denominational schools not a good idea (Jan 21): The Irish Times
Breda O'Brien

Language a bigger barrier than baptism (Jan 22): Sunday Independent
Sarah Carey

Baptism barrier – time to dismantle outdated admissions rules (Jan 18): The Irish Times
Editorial

Former head of EC customs unit says border with Republic will return: BBC
Claire Noble

Yanis Varoufakis – 'Ireland may end up as collateral damage in Brexit talks': TheJournal.ie
Gráinne Ní Aodha

Ireland must ensure it does not become pawn in British game: The Irish Times
Diarmaid Ferriter

Government must stand prepared: Sunday Independent
Editorial

'The clock is ticking' for Scotland to call a second independence referendum: TheJournal.ie

Sunday, January 22

Intense talks will be needed to save power-sharing and Stormont House and 'Fresh Start' were the 'Febreze' option – Durkan: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Former Secretary of State Peter Hain slams Arlene Foster's handling of RHI scandal (Jan 17): Irish News

Arlene Foster, the DUP leader whose dreams have turned to ashes: Sunday Herald

Arlene Foster has led Northern Ireland into crisis – and Westminster is strangely quiet (Jan 11): New Statesman
Kevin Meagher

Stormont political crisis – Stubborness an own goal for Foster (Jan 12): Irish Examiner
Editorial

Seamus Mallon – 'Lack of respect in Stormont? I could write a book about it' (Jan 21): Irish News
Joanne Sweeney

Sinn Féin ready for major rethink of its northern policy: Irish News
Patrick Murphy

£2 billion over 20 years – the real cost of an Irish Language Act Gerry Adams won't talk about: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Fine Gael making strange overtures to Sinn Féin (Jan 17): Belfast Media
Jude Collins

How we've missed them, and their ancient quarrel: Sunday Independent
Declan Lynch

McGuinness loses driver and car after resignation (Jan 17): Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Martin McGuinness risked his life for peace, says PSNI widow Kate Carroll: Belfast Telegraph
Aine Fox

How McGuinness climbed ranks of PIRA to become OC in his 20s: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Stop talking rubbish Martin McGuinness and try saying sorry instead: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Martin McGuinness' contribution to peace will have long legacy: Irish Examiner
Daniel McConnell

Jonathan Bell gets DUP's back up again with RHI fresh claims (Jan 17): Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Bell sends legal letters to DUP's Foster and Stalford: The News Letter
Sam McBride

DUP could learn from humility and transparency of Andrew McCormick (Jan 19): Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Northern Irish election will be Orange versus Green (Jan 16): The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Finance Minister orders removal of union flag from department headquarters: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

The only way to beat punishment squads is to lock them up: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Almost 80 Northern Ireland prison officers assaulted in a year, figures reveal (Jan 10): Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Time running out in quest for truth (Jan 17): Belfast Media
Andrée Murphy

Honour recipient Jean a dignified reminder of those bereaved by the Troubles who are still denied justice (Jan 7): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Protest for soldiers ahead of Bloody Sunday anniversary: Londonderry Sentinel

'McGrory must call PSNI to reopen Teebane file' (Jan 17): The News Letter

The night Peter Robinson and a gang of masked loyalists invaded a Co Monaghan village: TheJournal.ie
Daragh Brophy

Sadly, history won't remember great public servants like Dermot Gallagher (Jan 17): Irish Examiner
Fergus Finlay

Ulster-Scots training scheme: Mid Ulster Mail

Cost of Brexit 'should not fall at the feet of the Irish taxpayer' (Jan 20): Irish Independent
Philip Ryan and Colm Kelpie

Border tariff fears as UK edges towards hard Brexit (Jan 16): The Irish Times
Pat Leahy and Gerry Moriarty

Ireland should fight like demons for a green, white and orange Brexit: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Theresa May begins to show her hand on Brexit (Jan 17): The Irish Times
Editorial

Theresa May Brexit speech heightens hard border fears (Jan 17): Irish News
Editorial

Jeremy Corbyn tries to sell Brexit to Scots as 'more devolution': The National (Scotland)
Kathleen Nutt

Sturgeon stands on edge of a Brexit cliff: The Herald
Tom Gordon

Theresa May must give English regions the power to get the job done: Daily Mirror
John Prescott

Scotland fans' desire to see England lose at football is 'not racist', says advertising watchdog (Jan 19): The Herald

Saturday, January 21

Gerry Adams – Brexit will destroy the Good Friday Agreement: The Independent
Michael McHugh

Gerry Adams – SF successor to be announced on Monday: The Irish Times
Vivienne Clarke

Michelle O'Neill – Is this the woman Sinn Féin will choose to replace Martin McGuinness?: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Sinn Féin divided on fresh approach or stick to old guard: Belfast Telegraph

Ian Paisley Jr in remarkable, heartfelt tribute to Martin McGuinness: Irish Mirror
James Ward

Unionists split over Ian Paisley 'thank you' message to Sinn Féin's Martin McGuinness: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Eileen Paisley joins son Ian in praising Martin McGuinness: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Ian Paisley says warm Martin McGuinness tribute is no attempt to overthrow Arlene Foster: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Ian Paisley's warmth to Martin McGuinness was no one-off: BBC

My dad prayed regularly with Martin McGuinness... and the first time we met he laughed when I made a quip about balaclavas: Belfast Telegraph
Ian Paisley

Ian Paisley's unexpected intervention: Irish News
Editorial

Martin McGuinness emotional at Bogside rally: ITV

Mark Durkan says Martin McGuinness epitomised spirit of the peace process: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

'We have to move on'... what they're saying in his home city: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Ruthless Provo or builder of peace? Victims split over Martin McGuinness legacy: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

PSNI widow – McGuinness ruffled the dissidents: The News Letter

'Why did the IRA murder my wife the census worker, Mr McGuinness?': The News Letter

'McGuinness must fulfill promise on Claudy bomb': The News Letter

Much to consider when filling McGuinness's boots: Irish News
John Manley

McGuinness seemed to want to make amends for the past: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Martin McGuinness – The end of a long journey: BBC
Peter Taylor

Martin McGuinness showed the power of change: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Martin McGuinness leaves the political stage – from revolutionary to advocate of compromise and co-existence: The Irish Times
Editorial

Saying sorry to those bereaved by IRA violence would be fitting way for McGuinness to end a remarkable political journey: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Dodds – Leaked RHI emails' raise issues 'of the utmost seriousness': The News Letter
Sam McBride

'It's important that everyone grasps the opportunity to have their voice heard': Belfast Telegraph
James Brokenshire

Northern Ireland – an uncertain peace: The Guardian
Matthew Engel

Unionism needs to learn that there's no 'I' in team: Irish Independent
Martina Devlin

Stormont mandarin drops precision bombshells on DUP spads: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Man suspected of creating social media 'hit-list' in west Belfast released on bail: TheJournal.ie
Sean Murray

We cannot continue to tolerate barbaric punishment attacks: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Family's fury as Murphy refuses to apologise for IRA atrocities: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Omagh bomb lawyers target PIRA killers: The News Letter

Mary Lou on Trump – 'I deplore and detest that politics. It makes my skin crawl': TheJournal.ie
Christina Finn

President Trump now in charge of U.S. Irish policy: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

No election posters to be displayed in Lagan Valley – DUP, Alliance, SDLP and UUP issue joint statement: Belfast Telegraph

Former First Minister faces challenge to replicate election success: Irish News
Gareth McKeown

NI journalist quits union ruling body over Jamie Bryson membership: The News Letter

If the border goes up, there's always a way around it – like the old days: Irish Independent
Nicola Anderson

EU deal must not leave Britain with advantage, says Flanagan: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Archbishop Martin asks Pope Francis to pray for Ireland in these 'politically uncertain and delicate' times: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

McCloskey calls for republicans to oppose liberalistion of abortion: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Friday, January 20

Martin McGuinness, an I.R.A Leader Who Later Embraced Ulster Politics, Says He'll Retire: New York Times
Stephen Castle

Sinn Féin's Martin McGuinness says 'very serious illness' has forced him to quit frontline politics: Daily Telegraph
Peter Dominiczak

"We were all shocked" – Gerry Adams leads tributes as Martin McGuinness steps down: Newstalk.com
Jack Quann

Theresa May – Martin McGuinness moved Republican movement towards peace: Irish Independent
Michael McHugh

Tony Blair thanks Martin McGuinness for his 'service and leadership': Belfast Telegraph

Foster wishes McGuinness 'speedy recovery' amid tributes: ITV

Peter Robinson praying for Martin McGuinness to overcome illness: Belfast Telegraph

'Thank you' – Ian Paisley's words to Martin McGuinness: BBC

McGuinness quits – IRA victim's sister wishes him well: The News Letter

'I will be an Irish Republican until the day I die' – McGuinness won't contest election due to health: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

Martin McGuinness – I will be ambassador for peace: Irish News
John Manley

SF split over successor to 'seriously ill' McGuinness: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Three main candidates to replace Martin McGuinness as Sinn Féin leader in the north: Irish News

Michelle O'Neill best represents 'new' Sinn Féin: Irish News
Allison Morris

Martin McGuinness, the man who helped steer IRA away from terrorism: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Martin McGuinness exit a significant moment in Irish politics: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Martin McGuinness never shirked his responsibilities: Irish News
John Manley

Exit of long-serving leader leaves vacuum as Brexit talks start: Irish Independent
John Downing

McGuinness's steady hand will be missed as unionists will never find a more accommodating coalition partner: Irish Independent
Suzanne Breen

McGuinness was demonised but will be hard man to follow: Irish News
Brian Feeney

McGuinness – a man who has been on a very long journey: The News Letter
Editorial

Murphy isn't fit to be deputy first minister: Irish Independent
Editorial

Martin McGuinness – DUP's 'antipathy for all things Irish' is disappointing: Irish Independent
Deborah McAleese

Back to the polls as Stormont implodes: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Sinn Féin Minister announces 'cash for ash' inquiry: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

'Conflict of interest' in Hamilton leading RHI inquiry – UUP: ITV

Stormont still paying for RHI adverts until days ago: The News Letter
Sam McBride

DUP aide Robinson accused by Bell of blocking RHI cost controls steps away from issues linked to fiasco: Belfast Telegraph

RHI scandal – SDLP's Eastwood demands SF's Kearney withdraws criminal allegations or face legal action: Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

Jeremy Corbyn 'ignoring Northern Irish political crisis in case IRA sympathy claims resurface': The Independent
Siobhan Fenton

There may be trouble ahead for Northern Ireland (Jan 10): The Spectator
Pádraig Belton

'Reconciliation is next vital stage of the peace process': Irish Examiner
Deborah McAleese

Sinn Féin may be preparing to let the assembly go: Irish News
Alex Kane

A bitter election looms in Northern Ireland: The Economist

Northern Ireland must have EU designated status – Sinn Féin's Hazzard tells Brexit meeting: Belfast Telegraph

Border issue difficult but can be solved – Brexit chief: Belfast Telegraph

Shooting victims named on Facebook before recent attacks: Sunday World

Northern Ireland authorities want 'Whacker' Duffy to surrender: Sunday World

Armed with shamrock and family trees, Dublin faces changed US landscape: The Irish Times
Ruadhán Mac Cormaic

Our shared culture and DNA mean US and Ireland simply 'get one another': Irish Independent
Kevin F O'Malley

'No hope' of Britain striking deal with US while still in EU: Irish Independent
Shona Murray

Devolved administrations hold 'difficult' Brexit talks: BBC

Thursday, January 19

Government rules out joint authority for Northern Ireland: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

SF slams Poots' claim DUP did not agree Irish Language Act at talks: Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

Tyrone anger at politicisation of Irish language: Ulster Herald

Mary Lou McDonald – Britain doesn't care about Northern Ireland: Irish Mirror
James Ward

The mask finally slips as the petty politics gets well and truly under way: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Northern Ireland senior civil servant believed DUP special adviser 'exerted influence' to keep RHI open: Belfast Telegraph

RHI Scandal: 'There was no flaw in the system – this was deliberate' says McCann: The News Letter
Niall Deeney

RHI – DUP Spads linked by families: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

RHI scandal – Quietly explosive testimony 'shows need for inquiry': The News Letter

Why 'Vote Mike and you get Colum' is starting to sound like a good idea: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

A political uprising needed to end the Stormont circus: Irish News
Allison Morris

If power-sharing can't be achieved by moderates, we will be faced with bad blood and anarchy: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

Northern Ireland's system of government is broken. We must review the Good Friday Agreement: Daily Telegraph
Laurence Robertson

Unionists can't cherry-pick bits of an accord they find easiest to swallow: Belfast Telegraph
Daithi McKay

Unionists' suspicions do not match reality: The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

May says she and Taoiseach 'on a single page' on Border: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

May's post-Brexit customs deal plan 'unworkable', Bruton says: BBC

Bertie Ahern says PM's Brexit speech played to the gallery: The Irish Times
Vivienne Clare

Ireland hits out at Theresa May's Brexit plan which will 'DEEPLY DAMAGE' relations: Daily Express
Joey Millar

North needs 'special status' to avoid hard Border, says Adams: The Irish Times
Vivienne Clarke

Brexit – Chief EU negotiator condemns Boris Johnson's 'abhorrent' punishment beatings comments: Belfast Telegraph

Quitting single market a body blow for Northern Ireland trade with Republic, warn experts: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Kenny 'has no plan' for Brexit fallout: Irish Examiner
Fiachra O Cionnaith

Kenny rejects Mary Lou McDonald claims he has no plan for Brexit: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Why we fear for future as Brits shrug off Brexit gloom: Irish Independent
Brendan Keenan

'I feel pity for McGuinness' says IRA victim's brother: Ulster Star

Durkan raises 'extreme distress' of Tony Taylor family and seeks meeting with Sugden: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Man blasted in both legs in a paramilitary-style attack may have been shot 'by appointment', police say: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

'They're pretending to be a police service' – PSNI strongly condemns recent Belfast shootings: TheJournal.ie
Gráinne Ní Aodha

West Belfast paramilitary shootings 'doubled in year': ITV

'The State let him down' – Sheila Stack: Leinster Express
Lynda Kiernan

Loyalist protest group to visit scene of civil rights clash on Bloody Sunday anniversary: Irish News
Connla Young

Legacy processes focus too much on police and army, NIO minister concedes: The News Letter

DUP will not agree to a legacy process that fails to focus on terrorists: The News Letter
Jeffrey Donaldson

British soldiers suspects in murder of north Belfast man: Irish News
Connla Young

Appeal for info on '72 shooting: Belfast Media
Brónach Ní Thuama

Clinton – Gallagher was 'precious peace asset': Irish Independent
Allison Bray

Sinn Féin to give pay rise to all of its elected representatives: The Irish Times
Sarah Bardon

RAF plane made unapproved landing in Ireland: Sunday World

Theresa May has called Sturgeon's bluff over a second Scottish referendum: The Guardian
Alex Bell

Wednesday, January 18

Theresa May vows to protect 'special relationship' with Ireland: Belfast Telegraph

Government welcomes May's speech on Brexit: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy and Gerry Moriarty

Brexit – 'Hard border' could be across Irish Sea: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

NI must not be silenced or sidelined on Brexit: Derry Journal

UK government committed to Good Friday agreement, says NI secretary: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

May day – Words on Brexit spell problems for Ireland's finances: Irish Examiner
Fiachra O Cionnaith

Ireland still has questions after Theresa May's Brexit speech: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Time for Enda Kenny to fight with zeal in the tough talks ahead: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

Brexit – Theresa May's plans for EU withdrawal 'hugely damaging to Northern Irish peace process' (Jan 16): The Independent
Siobhan Fenton

DUP must be punished for its Brexit folly: The Irish Times
Fintan O'Toole

Arlene Foster – DUP will not "roll over" for Sinn Féin: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Republic failing to hold Britain to account on North, Adams claims: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

US urges Northern politicians to 'quickly find a way forward': Irish Independent
Noel McAdam

RHI scandal – All but Sinn Féin back call for public inquiry: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Parties do not want to walk away – Trimble: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Labour urges maintaining of Northern Ireland Assembly as top priority: Shropshire Star

RHI scandal – PSNI considering request for investigation after receiving letter from Ulster Unionist MLA Steve Aiken: Belfast Telegraph

Public mood – and personal cash – will push MLAs towards a deal: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Big changes could follow Northern Ireland Assembly election: BBC
Mark Devenport

Such is the cynicism, most couldn't care less if lights never go back on at Stormont: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

This crisis is serious because it is Sinn Féin pulling the plug: Irish News
Brian Feeney

The RHI inquiry must be set up right now – no ifs, no buts: The News Letter
Editorial

Sinn Féin walk out of chamber in row over Speaker Newton: Belfast Telegraph

North's parties warned against 'scorched earth' election campaign: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran and Michael O'Regan

Opposition parties pile pressure of Sinn Féin and DUP with call to 'vote for change' in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Rising tempers point towards nasty election tussle in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Sinn Féin likely to poll well as Northern Irish election set for March 2nd: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

Election not going to be easy ride for Sinn Féin within nationalism: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

NI Election + Leadership of unionist community on the line on March 2: Belfast Telegraph
Edmund Curran

Sinn Féin accused of collapsing the Northern Ireland Assembly and forcing snap elections to put more 'soldiers in the dock': The Sun
Steve Hawkes

Tory MP accuses Sinn Féin-supporting prosecutor Barra McGrory of trying to 'muzzle' reporters investigating charges against British veterans accused of killing an IRA commander: Daily Mail
Tim Sculthorpe

PPS defends independence following claims in parliament: Irish News
Allison Morris

Soldier charged with 1974 shooting asks to go on cruise with wife (Jan 10): Plymouth Herald
Andy Greenwood

Court hearing for retired soldier is 'ridiculous' says MP: The News Letter

Families seek justice for Scottish soldiers killed in IRA 'honey trap': The Guardian
Henry McDonald

MP – 'RUC faced same risks as soldiers and must be legally protected': The News Letter

End of the Ulster witch-hunt? Cap on the age for 'suspects' and a five-year limit on all inquiries is proposed: Daily Mail
Larisa Brown and James Slack

Tony Blair did 'side deal' with Gerry Adams over Irish language, says DUP MLA: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Michelle O'Neill seen as likely successor if McGuinness retires: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Turf Lodge – Man shot twice in both legs in paramilitary-style attack: BBC

Parties set out their stall on tackling thugs, but Sinn Féin snubs opportunity: Belfast Telegraph
Chris McCullough

ONH claim bomb intended to kill police officers: Irish News
Allison Morris

Partner of Real IRA man shot dead by gardaí seeks lawful killing verdict to be overturned: Irish Independent
Tim Healy

Pope may make pastoral visit to the North next year: The Irish Times
Paddy Agnew

Fake Irish documents being used to gain entry to Britain: Irish Examiner
Stephen Rogers

Higgins celebrates 'peacemaker' Hume on 80th birthday: The Irish Times
Colin Gleeson

Brexit ambitions outlined – May ignores EU founding principles: Irish Examiner
Editorial

May's Brexit speech – Sturgeon says second referendum 'undoubtedly' closer: BBC

Tuesday, January 17

Northern Ireland assembly elections announced: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

PM and Taoiseach hope for 'respectful' election campaign: ITV

Gerry Adams slams 'backward' Arlene Foster and says Stormont crisis not 'orange and green issue': Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Voters must show DUP the door – McCord: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Fullerton

'We are in for a prolonged period of direct rule': The News Letter
Duncan Elder

Stormont crisis – Government rules out direct rule as Northern Ireland heads for fresh Assembly election: Belfast Telegraph

DUP refutes 'outrageous' RHI claims by suspended MLA: ITV

Plans for DUP rebel Bell to run for UUP 'news to me', says Mike Nesbitt: Belfast Telegraph

Gerry Adams says Stormont collapse is not a threat to the peace process: TheJournal.ie
Christina Finn

Failure to debate no-confidence motion against speaker 'disgraceful': The News Letter
David Young and Deborah McAleese

DUP's use of Petition of Concern to save Speaker Robin Newton 'insulting', says Sinn Féin: Belfast Telegraph

Speaker utterly compromised – Long: The News Letter

SF with Gerry Adams 'back at the wheel' threatens stability, says UUP Chairman Lord Empey: The News Letter
Niall Deeney

Voters to send 90 Members to Assembly after reduction in MLAs brought forward: Belfast Telegraph

A day which is likely to have profound political implications: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Northern Ireland election could become re-run of the EU referendum: Belfast Telegraph
Ciaran McGonagle

Elections in the North could lead to 'animosity': Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

Hand of history withdrawn as power sharing collapses spectacularly: Irish News
Allison Morris

Unrepentant Foster sounds the death knell for DUP-Sinn Féin detente in icy stand-off: Irish Independent
Ivan Little

Nuclear option was the only choice for Sinn Féin: Irish News
Fionnuala O'Connor

Stormont crisis – Northern Ireland is no longer the centre of the universe so forget about looking for help elsewhere: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Next talks process will be more difficult and convoluted than ever before: The News Letter
Alex Kane

We may well be better off without Stormont: Belfast Live
Joe Lindsay

Vote will merely reinforce and entrench hard-held positions – same as every other election in the North: Irish Independent
John Downing

Stormont election is called – Play with fire and you'll get burnt: Irish Examiner
Editorial

As election is called, the political future is uncertain: Irish News
Editorial

UK exit from customs union threatens return of Border: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Kenny stresses concerns as UK to set out plan for 'hard' Brexit: Irish Independent
Peter Dominiczak and Cormac McQuinn

British to consult NI politicians on Brexit despite looming vote: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Community hall funding – Department publishes recipients: BBC

DUP's Givan claims critics of hall grants 'being sectarian': Belfast Telegraph
Sophie Inge

Police step up patrols after bomb found in Poleglass: ITV

West Belfast attack was 'sectarian hate crime': BBC

Bail application is refused in Duffy case: Portadown Times

Think again about dissident release campaign – MP: The News Letter

Legacy protection for security forces must extend to RUC officers: The News Letter
Editorial

Stakeknife – Alleged spy in IRA Scappaticci facing at least 20 lawsuits: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Deal was struck with fuel smugglers in Blair era – MP: The News Letter

State papers – Officials feared unionist declaration of independence: The Irish Times
Ciarán D'Arcy

Syrian-style war if Irish had invaded north in 1980s – Maginnis: Irish News
Paul Ainsworth

President-elect interview biased, says Flanagan: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

Kenny urged to boycott St Patrick's Day Trump meeting: The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

Monday, January 16

Sinn Féin stands firm as election set to be triggered: Irish Examiner
Noel Baker

NI Assembly members expect election to be called by teatime: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

James Brokenshire expected to be urged to set Stormont election date: Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Féin's Ruane will not stand in next NI election: ITV

Sinn Féin also faces hard questions in wake of power-sharing collapse: Irish News
Chris Donnelly

Northern Ireland "moving inexorably" towards a snap election – Mairtin O Muilleoir: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Fullerton

We could do with someone like Mo Mowlam to sort out Stormont: Irish News
Tom Kelly

Chill winds blow as old tensions rise in North: Irish Examiner
Brian Murphy

Putting manners on DUP could result in voluntary coalition (Jan 12): Irish News
Newton Emerson

Sinn Féin in government north and south would herald new political dynamic: Irish News
Deaglan de Breadun

Changes must be made to Good Friday Agreement to keep the 'process' alive (Jan 15): Sunday Independent
Eoin O'Malley

DUP need to demonstrate genuine regard for fairness and equality: Irish News
Editorial

Changing of guard won't solve all of SF's problems (Jan 12): Irish Independent
Editorial

Cool heads required to pull us back from a political precipice (Jan 10): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

A bitter election campaign will only sharpen divisions (Jan 12): Irish News
Editorial

Brexit border 'would make sitting ducks of Northern Ireland police': The Guardian
Henry McDonald

North's political chaos will compound all our Brexit woes: Irish Independent
John Downing

David Ervine's sister-in-law Linda hits out at DUP diehards over attitude to Irish language (Jan 13): Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Bail scandal – all major parties except SF have now commented: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Viable bomb in west Belfast 'designed to kill police': ITV

Council took 'no action' over UDA 'show of strength' at community centre: Irish News
Paul Ainsworth

DUP Minister accused of favouring 'one side of community': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Givan rejects 'discrimination' claims over community halls funding: BBC

Shooting of couple in Turf Lodge a despicable crime (Jan 14): Irish News
Editorial

Nuala O'Loan – 'The truth does set people free' (Jan 14): Irish News
Joanne Sweeney

Army made Northern Ireland invasion plans in 1980s: The Irish Times
Ciarán D'Arcy

Relatives remember Teebane massacre with service: ITV

Key peace process figure Dermot Gallagher dies at 72: The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

Four Corners festival to tackle legacy issues: Belfast Media
Evan Short

Richard Bruton to tackle 'baptism barrier' in schools: Irish Examiner
Niall Murray

The law that allows Church-run schools to discriminate: Irish Independent
Katherine Donnelly

Eoghan Murphy – Hard Brexit is now inevitable: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Minister – Ireland a 'rock of stability' regardless of UK's outcome with EU: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

We could be looking at 'hard Brexit'. But what does it mean?: The Irish Times
Cliff Taylor

Hard Brexit will isolate nationalists, warns John Bruton (Jan 7): Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

When Britain is gone from the EU, Ireland will have to stand up for itself in the post-Brexit era (Jan 14): Irish Independent
David McWilliams

Shared values in a United Ireland (Jan 12): Irish Catholic
Mary Kenny

Linfield investigate playing of 'Billy Boys tune at Windsor: Irish News
Connla Young

SNP fury as they're left out in cold over Theresa May's Brexit plans: Scottish Sun
Andrew Nicoll

Corbyn has to embrace the nationalism of New England (Jan 12): The Herald
Iain Macwhirter



KINDLE


Kindle Books




Notre Dame
Apparel/Giftware



MUSIC & VIDEOS

Irish music downloads

-----
Irish Videos
Giftcard


Art, prints, calendars and posters
Buy at Art.com
Sir Henry Sidney "Pacifies" Ulster and Returns to Dublin after a Victory
Buy From Art.com

Subscribe to the Newshound
OR

Subscribe with PayPal


Newshound
Merchandise

Newshound Merchandise
Get a Newshound mug, shirt or cap
The Epic History &
Heritage of the Irish
WORLDWIDE,
NON-STOP!

The Wild Geese Today

BACK TO TOP


About
Home
History
NewsoftheIrish
Books
Contact