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Wednesday, January 31

StakeKnife – 'IRA informer' Fred Scappaticci arrested over dozens of murders: The Independent
Kim Sengupta

Gary Haggarty – Anguish and disbelief of families who say they've been denied any justice: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria Leonard

Is the Supergrass tactic in Northern Ireland evidence of a failed state?: The Herald
Sean McCann

Haggarty case raises disturbing issues: Irish News
Editorial

Morality the latest victim of informer: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Arlene Foster behaved impeccably in stopping Executive discussion of 'undercooked' paper on funding backlog of inquests, High Court hears: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Military intelligence database in PSNI possession for decade was not searched for inquests: Irish News
Allison Morris

Inquests which could be affected by PSNI disclosure revelation: Irish News
Allison Morris

Victims of Troubles announce plans for mass Belfast march: Belfast Live
David Young

Parachute Regiment flags in Derry 'provocative': Derry Journal

Fresh Boundary Commission plans spark Sinn Féin concern over Stormont seats: Irish News
John Manley

Boundary Commission rejects Sinn Féin gerrymandering claim: BBC
Stephen Walker

Lady Hermon – I won't lose any sleep over constituency plan: The News Letter

Anger over 'spad' role for former soldier: Irish News
John Manley

Leaked Brexit analysis paints bleak economic picture: Irish News
John Manley

DUP MP and Brexit minister unite to trash idea of economic forecasts: The News Letter
Adam Kula

A long way from the Troubles – why Brexit may benefit Northern Ireland: New Statesman
Victoria Mackay

Brexit – UK rhetoric meets reality: The Irish Times
Editorial

Man shot in West Belfast in paramilitary-style attack: Belfast Live
Ryan Smith

Paramilitaries 'shooting through bones to maim': Irish News
Seanín Graham

Pub bombings inquest – What the High Court ruling on perpetrators really means: Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

Derry snap captures prelude to Bloody Sunday: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

End of Irish immigration to US means urgent attention to Diaspora needed: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

Same-sex marriage campaigners 'disappointed' with DUP meeting: BBC
Mark Devenport

Equal marriage plea fails to sway DUP: The Times
Ellen Coyne

Survey shows north's changing attitudes towards LGBT people: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

What impact will referendum have on abortion debate in Northern Ireland?: Irish News
Sean?n Graham

'Ireland won't be Britian's nuclear dumping ground' – Newry and Armagh MLA: Newry Times

Tuesday, January 30

DUP's Arlene Foster 'unlawfully blocked legacy funding discussion as it could rewrite the past,' court hears: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

A deal might be cobbled together, but it would be flimsy and wouldn't last: The News Letter
Alex Kane

New SF leader has 'tied her hands to justifying terror': The News Letter

Michelle O'Neill to become Sinn Féin deputy leader: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Cromwell and my dad have some wisdom to bestow on sanctimonious Alliance leader: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Proposals to cut number of North's constituencies from 18 to 17: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Boundary Commission rejects 'gerrymandering' accusation as it unveils revised proposals: Irish News
John Manley

UK hopes for Irish help to secure EU Brexit trade deal: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Bruton calls for extension of UK's EU membership: The Irish Times

Brexit a challenge for Northern Ireland, but with real cooperation we can find a way forward: Belfast Telegraph
Keir Starmer

Northern Ireland – UVF chief turned informant Gary Haggarty jailed: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Victim's son – 'Serial killer' Haggarty will walk free as part of supergrass deal: The News Letter
Michael McHugh

Haggarty recruited by Special Branch less than a year after joining UVF: Irish News
Allison Morris

In an ideal world Haggarty would die behind bars: The News Letter
Editorial

'Brutal' paramilitary shootings condemned: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Paramilitary attacks 'cause NHS problems' says doctor: BBC

Change to how paramilitary-style shootings out harking back to old Provo methods: Irish News
Seanín Graham

Communities urged to break the silence over paramilitary attacks: Belfast Telegraph

Only motivation for paramilitary shootings is to instil fear: Irish News
Editorial

Declan Duffy – Former INLA man jailed for false imprisonment: Irish News

Sinn Féin contaminates the campaign of the Loughinisland families: The News Letter
Trevor Ringland

Bloody Sunday march criticism hurtful, says victim's sister: Londonderry Sentinel

There can be no amnesty for British troops, speaker tells Bloody Sunday event: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

SF slammed over lack of leads on Nairac body: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Posthumous awards for pub bombing victims should have happened years ago (Nov 21): Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

'I should have been there for my wife' – Colum Eastwood speaks of his pain and regret after death of unborn twin: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

BBC apologise to Derry GAA for renaming it 'Londonderry': Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Giving vote to Irish Americans won't lead to 'President Bono' but these are arguments expats hear (Jan 27): TheJournal.ie
Larry Donnelly

Human rights officers mooted for Gardaí: Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keeffe

Gibraltar can veto parts of Brexit deal it doesn't like, chief minister says: The Independent
Joe Wallen

Monday, January 29

Unionist anger as McDonald commemorates IRA bomber: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Sinn Féin wants "to find a deal," says McDonald: ITV

Mary Lou McDonald – Michelle O'Neill is a 'formidable woman': Irish Examiner

Last Tango with Adams recalls a dance of death (Jan 28): Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

It's time for Northern Ireland politicians to get their toes wet in what CS Lewis called the 'ocean of opportunity' (Jan 24): Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

DUP and Sinn Féin will never bridge North's divisions: The Irish Times
Joe O'Toole

Compromise vital to restoring devolution (Jan 24): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Remainer Gina Miller threatens a NEW court case against ministers after two payments agreed with the DUP have already been paid without an MP vote: Daily Mail
Tim Sculthorpe

Simon Coveney to outline demands for next stage in Brexit talks: The Times
Jennifer Bray

Bomb maker must be caught: Irish News
Editorial

Man arrested under the Terrorism Act released unconditionally: ITV

New Lodge shooting – Second man shot in Belfast: Belfast Live
Ryan Smith

Loyalist supergrass Gary Haggarty due to be sentenced for 200-plus terror crimes: Belfast Telegraph

Unionist 'intimidation' after school's tribute to Anderson (Jan 26): The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Low turn-out at Bloody Sunday march after dissident boycott: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Terror survivors set up new lobby group: The News Letter

Exclusive picture reveals face of one of Oglaigh na hEireann terror group's most senior members Vincent Banks: Irish Sun
Stephen Breen

Hundreds attended a vigil for Catholic man shot dead by loyalists 20 years ago: Irish News
Connla Young

McGuinness family and friends gather at the Gasyard to mark his legacy to the Bogside: Derry Now

Mary Ward, mother of second Troubles victim, now 'with Peter' after dying aged 97: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Might it be time to consider changing our flag? (Jan 27): The Irish Times
Sean Moncrieff

'UP THE IRA' – Graffiti daubed on Sheffield postbox in support of terror group: Sheffield Star
George Torr

Northern Ireland has changed so the DUP will have to: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

Planners unclear on Narrow Water Bridge project status: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

UK's difficulty is Ireland's FDI opportunity, says Shanahan: Irish Independent
Donal O'Donovan

Cleaning City Hall statues will be money well spent (Jan 24): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Sunday, January 28

DUP split over 'amnesty' for security forces, says Beattie: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

A message to Mary Lou McDonald and SF-IRA movement of which she is now president (Jan 22): The News Letter
Kenny Donaldson

ONH terror campaign ended in failure, but vigilante attacks could continue (Jan 24): Belfast Telegraph
Ciaran Barnes

Loyalist paramilitaries deny involvement in Belfast explosion: Belfast Telegraph
Ciaran Barnes

Loughinisland – All eyes turn to new judge (Jan 27): Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Judge standing aside in Loughinisland case was an astonishing decision: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Perceptions of bias are a fact of life in N Ireland: The News Letter
Doug Beattie

Yanis Varoufakis to discuss Bloody Sunday in the context of the suppression of democratic movements worldwide (Jan 26): Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Ex-republican prisoner says daughter's Catholic school used as 'weapon of normalisation' over Army stand at careers event (Jan 26): Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Irish American activist and attorney Sean Downes honored by United Irish Counties: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

Bombardier 'sincere apologies' to Sinn Féin after thank you video omission: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Tony Macaulay's real-life story of being a Belfast Telegraph paperboy during the Troubles is about to be turned into a hit musical... and now he wants to see young people from the Shankill and Falls perform in it side by side: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Adams's day of TV judgment looms: The Sunday Times
John Burns

When Gerry Adams was played by an Oscar nominee, and the IRA weren't allowed talk about sausages: TheJournal.ie
Daragh Brophy

DUP's Sammy Wilson helps block ex-Ipsa boss from job (Jan 25): Belfast Telegraph
Richard Wheeler

Twitter erupts after Liam Gallagher's 'mighty RA' tweet ahead of Ireland visit: The Sunday Life
Ciaran Barnes

The coming anniversary of the 1918 armistice will be another key milestone in the decade of centenaries (Jan 26): The News Letter
Carol Walker

Policing Authority wants all higher Garda posts opened to outsiders (Jan 24): The Irish Times
Conor Lally

Belfast councillor not amused at state of Queen Victoria statue (Jan 24): Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Hands off our taxes! Irish MEP slates Brussels 'POWER GRAB' and vows 'we will RESIST': Daily Express
Joey Millar

Why we should flag up the dangers of the Saltire vs Union Jack row: The Herald
David Leask

Politicians are fretting over flags while the country falls to pieces: The Guardian
Kevin McKenna

When the standard of political debate was flagging (Jan 25): The Herald
Editorial

Scrapping sectarian football law would 'send out wrong message' (Jan 26): The Scotsman
Russell Jackson

Why MSPs should back James Kelly's bid to repeal offensive behaviour at football Act (Jan 26): The Herald
Editorial

Saturday, January 27

Alliance were just as in the dark as everyone else on SF's Irish plan: The News Letter
Alan Chambers

Compromise vital to restoring devolution: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

DUP-Tory deal cash 'as far away as ever' as cuts loom: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Martin says Northern Ireland should still have MEPs after Brexit: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

'Doomsday' Brexit plans put in place by Government: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

Brexit Focus – What would city centre look like without cross-border spend?: Derry Journal
Paul Gosling

Gerry Adams' political journey from 1983: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

Fifth of voters more likely to back SF with McDonald as leader: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Damien McLaughlin trial date set over prison officer David Black killing: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Donnelly

Man in custody after explosion in loyalist area of Belfast: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Pair deny murder of George Gilmore in Carrickfergus loyalist feud, court hears: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh McDonald

Ex-members of IRA can never be held up as role models, insists Frazer: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

'Repulsive' Kingsmill graffiti condemned: Belfast Telegraph

Loughinisland case to be heard before new judge: BBC

Victims' relatives welcome judge's decision to step aside in Loughinisland case: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Loughinisland families – '2016 report is still the one that's on record': Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Who is Mr Justice Bernard McCloskey?: BBC

If anyone should be considering their position, it is the Ombudsman: The News Letter
Jim Allister

Credit to judge for Loughinisland decision: Irish News
Editorial

Pub bomb families win £30k legal fight over inquest suspects ruling: Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

Families welcome ruling over scope of inquests into Birmingham pub bombings: Belfast Telegraph

Civil Rights movement commemoration launch: The News Letter

Jimmy McGovern – Bloody Sunday and Hillsborough dramas helped to tell the truth: Irish News
Joanne Sweeney

Dublin control of electricity grid 'a cause for concern': The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Sinn Féin to launch first McGuinness and joint Starrs/Pearse Cummain: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Couple at centre of citizenship dispute 'one step closer to being able to stay': Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Arlene Foster was given 'untrue' RHI advice: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Bombardier victory – Sinn Féin absent from company thank you video: Belfast Telegraph

Decline in number favouring second term for President Higgins: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Britain First deputy leader in court over anti-terror rally comments: Belfast Telegraph

Popular Taoiseach still has the wind at his back (Jan 26): The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Political football was no way to tackle bigots (Jan 23): The Scotsman
Euan McColm

Nicola Sturgeon secures newspaper apology over flag row: The Herald
Alistair Grant

Flags rows can turn into spats over Charles and Di mugs (Jan 25): The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

Friday, January 26

No role for Dublin in Stormont talks – TUV: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Parties must focus on talks deal ahead of budget, says DUP: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Coveney – Good Friday Agreement commemorations will ring hollow if Stormont fails: Belfast Telegraph

SDLP says reform of Stormont veto could unblock the political impasse: Irish News
John Manley

DUP's Sammy Wilson slammed over 'hissy fit' jibe at Irish government: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Mallon accuses DUP and Sinn Féin of engaging in 'zero sum' politics: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Could our citizens hold the key to breaking the deadlock at Stormont?: Belfast Telegraph
Robin Wilson

Taoiseach calls on UK to stick to border commitments: RTE
Tony Connelly

Bertie Ahern 'has doubts' over David Davis's understanding of Brexit: Belfast Telegraph

Powerful and secretive Whitehall official moves into Stormont role: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Neutrality case against DUP's £1bn confidence-and-supply deal fails: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Republican groups have no plans for ÓNH ceasefire style ceasefire: Irish News
Connla Young

Petition of concern reform 'key' to restoring Northern Ireland institutions – SDLP: Belfast Telegraph

Tributes to co-founder of Docklands victims' group: The News Letter

Son of loyalist murder victim Joseph Kelly loses High Court challenge to DUP-Tory deal: Irish News

Fate of undercover British soldier Robert Nairac still a mystery: The Irish Times
Mark Hilliard

Commission dismisses Nairac meat processor rumours: RTE
Conor McMorrow

Loughinisland – Judge to make decision on whether to withdraw: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

MoD refusal to confirm or deny Captain Robert Nairac's location 'unfortunate' says victims' location commission: Irish News
Michael McHugh

Ballymurphy families in London opposing statute of limitations: BBC
Stephen Walker

Poet Michael Longley to launch civil rights commemoration programme: Irish News
Marie Louise McConville

Westminster first for Gaels as House of Commons hosts historic GAA event: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Calls for explanation of 'pupil of the day' tribute to ex-bomber Anderson: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Varadkar now most popular taoiseach since Ahern: The Irish Times
Sarah Bardon

EirGrid warned it faces 'long battle' to build North-South interconnector: The Irish Times
Sarah Burns

Shane Duffy told Brighton 'no' about Martin McGuinness tribute: Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

All Irish people look forward to welcoming Pope Francis, President says: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Equality law for women in Northern Ireland 'far behind rest of UK': Belfast Telegraph
Victoria Leonard

Controversial Offensive Behaviour at Football Act set to be scrapped in Holyrood vote: Scottish Daily Record
Catriona Webster

Nicola Sturgeon urged to fly Union flag on Royal occasions: The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

Thursday, January 25

SDLP wants power-sharing 'compromises' made public: RTE

Sinn Féin rejects calls for details of compromises with DUP: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

'Sinn Féin cannot hold NI to ransom', says UUP MLA as fresh talks begin: The News Letter

Parties not due around the table until next month: Irish News
John Manley

It seems incredible to me that the government is stalled over the Irish language: The News Letter
Paula Bradshaw

Bridging gap between parties will be hard, but I believe it can be done: Belfast Telegraph
Karen Bradley

The issues that caused Stormont's collapse must be resolved: Belfast Telegraph
Michelle O'Neill

I enter the talks in a positive spirit and trust that others do likewise: Belfast Telegraph
Arlene Foster

Stormont talks – Stick or twist?: RTE
Tommie Gorman

Northern Ireland notches up a year without a government: The Economist

A Citizens Assembly could be the change we need: Irish News
Steven Agnew

Unionists have failed to unite against meddling from Dublin: The News Letter
Editorial

Kathleen Funchion says new Sinn Féin leader will give party a new lease of life: KCLR96FM.com
MaryAnn Vaughan

Sinn Féin appears to have lost direction: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Sammy Wilson accuses Irish of Brexit 'hissy fit': BBC
John Campbell

Brexit will rip island apart – Anderson: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Public 'none the wiser' about how a hard border can be avoided – Brexit committee hears: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Hibernians meet with Reps. Smith and Boyle: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Endangered lawyers – Climate of intimidation 're-emerging' in Northern Ireland: Law Society Gazette
Eduardo Reyes

Parachute Regiment flags on lampposts ahead of Bloody Sunday anniversary 'blind sectarianism': Belfast Telegraph
Leona O'Neill

Police meet court deadline for investigation into man accused of being UDA unit's second in command: Irish News

Apologise, ex-bomber tells ceasefire dissidents Oglaigh na hEireann: Belfast Telegraph
Eamon Sweeney

Andrew Allen's mum calls for paramilitaries to disband: BBC

Behind the alphabet soup, dissident republican micro-groups still pose a threat to the peace process here: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

Republicans to meet principal over PSNI 'gunmen' invited to school: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Lack of regret means she's no role model: Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

Republican groups pull out of Bloody Sunday parade over poster: Irish News
Connla Young

Bill to secure compensation for Libya-IRA victims moves forward: The News Letter
Lord Empey

50 years on we must reflect on lessons of the civil rights campaign: Irish News
Paul Arthur

Inside Margaret Thatcher's £5million armoured Northern Ireland tour bus now rusting in car park – complete with bulletproof windows and fresh air supply: The Sun
Dan Elsom

Northern Ireland budget 'must be in place by 8 February': BBC
Stephen Walker

Brexit may scupper treatment in North for waiting-list patients here: Irish Independent
Eilish O'Regan

Northern Ireland Office recruiting for senior same-sex marriage and abortion post: Belfast Telegraph

Cross-border interconnector plan 'lacked proper scrutiny', says UUP MLA: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Government prepares for Pope's arrival as if it were State visit: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Ireland-Scotland bridge is scuppered by the MoD: The National (Scotland)

Nicola Sturgeon tweets response to Union Jack flag row: The Scotsman

England could be exiting the EU alone if a Continuity Bill keeps Scotland and Wales within the single market: The Herald
Iain Macwhirter

Wednesday, January 24

A new round of North talks gets underway: Irish Echo
Anthony Neeson

Bradley – Sinn Féin-DUP differences 'have narrowed': The Irish Times
Vivienne Clarke

Deal to restore Stormont was 'very, very close' last autumn – Karen Bradley: Belfast Telegraph

Irish prime minister stands ready for Stormont talks: BBC
Mark Devenport

Sinn Féin unable to grasp opportunity talks present: The Irish Times
Denis Bradley

Call for all armed groups to end their campaigns after ÓNH ceasefire: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Oglaigh na hEireann – reaction to dissident republican group's ceasefire: The News Letter
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Bishop McKeown welcomes Óglaigh na hÉireann ceasefire and says politicians must start delivering: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Top cop wants Oglaigh na hEireann ceasefire to include 'criminality within communities': Belfast Live
Shauna Corr

ÓNH decommissioning 'not on table at this stage': Irish News
Bimpe Archer

ONH ceasefire is welcome but security vigilance is still needed: The News Letter
Editorial

ÓNH ceasefire a welcome step forward: Irish News
Editorial

NI secretary says Brexit must not create different rules for the same field: The News Letter

Brexit minister questions how EU will be able to ensure 'sufficient flexibility' to avoid a hard border: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

DUP dismisses threat of legal action on Tory deal £1bn: The Sunday Times
Sam McBride

Secretary of State for NI criticised for comparing same-sex marriage to the rollout of broadband: Belfast Live
Sarah Scott

Allow gay marriage and Irish rights in NI – Varadkar: The News Letter

'Doubtful Mary Lou can gain trust of unionists' – Cahill: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Sinn Féin's Matt Carthy will not seek deputy position: The Irish Times
Sarah Bardon

Mary Lou McDonald – private-school educated opponent of Dublin Orange parade: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

New leader takes Sinn Féin beyond IRA generation: Politico.eu
Ken Murray

Equality over terror 'real test' for new SF leadership: The News Letter
Adam Kula

Two women at the top could tick many boxes for Sinn Féin north and south: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Anger as Derry school names Sinn Féin's Martina Anderson as 'Past Pupil of the Day': Belfast Telegraph

Equality and legacy issues important for new councillor: Belfast Media
Evan Short

Sinn Féin says all MLAs take 'average wage': Irish News
Brendan Hughes

North Belfast 'bomb' – Man arrested in probe into "under car booby trap": Belfast Live
Nathan Hanna

Scotland-NI bridge entirely feasible – DUP MP: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Plan for Irish Sea link worth exploring: Belfast Telegraph
Simon Hamilton

Cross-border electricity inter-connector in Ireland gets go-ahead from Stormont: Irish Independent
Ciaran Moran

Open dedicated office for NI Irish passports, urges Senator: The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

Belfast 'needs three day celebration for St Patrick' to rival New York and Dublin: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

US companies seek removal of 'Baptism barrier': The Irish Times
Carl O'Brien

Scots to remove Union flag from government buildings: The Times
Charlie Parker

'Hang your head in shame' Angry Celtic fans blast chairman for attending Theresa May's swanky Burns Supper: Scottish Daily Record
Nicholas Keyden

Tuesday, January 23

New talks process a 'last opportunity': Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

I am not soft on SF, but still think DUP is equally to blame for impasse: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Pearse Doherty will not seek deputy leadership of Sinn Féin: The Irish Times
Sarah Bardon

Michelle O'Neill might face contest for deputy leadership of Sinn Féin: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Lack of leadership contest doesn't mean a lack of democracy: Irish News
John Manley

If McDonald moves SF in new direction, that will be welcome: The News Letter
Editorial

Sinn Féin's McDonnald slammed for speech praising Tyrone IRA Brigade terrorists: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Important for Mary Lou McDonald to see the bigger picture: Belfast Telegraph
Shona Murray

Dissident group responsible for Peadar Heffron attack announces ceasefire: Irish News

Armed republican group calls time amid a changing political landscape: Irish News
Allison Morris

Do party leaders have the grace to stand back and give victims a platform in West Tyrone?: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

SDLP call for 'Border Bank' to help ease Brexit impact: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Ireland set to gain two extra MEP seats due to Brexit: Irish Independent
Shona Murray

UK looking for allies – but what about Ireland's friends in the EU?: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

DUP's Poots could have become involved with paramilitaries 'but for Ian Paisley's influence': Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Paramilitaries slammed after Belfast man (24) shot in legs and ankles: Belfast Telegraph

Events to remember LVF murder of Co Derry man Fergal McCusker 20 years on: Irish News
Connla Young

Dáil calls for progress report on Dublin-Monaghan bombings: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Judges propose new approach aimed at speeding up handover of police documents in Troubles cases: Irish News

MP suggested putting ads on Army border watchtower (Dec 29): Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Country owes duty of care to veterans: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Bridge connecting Ireland and Scotland could result in 'Celtic powerhouse': Irish Post
Ryan Price

Could a Northern Ireland – Scotland bridge be possible?: Irish Echo
Sarah Scott

Nineties 'Divided Society' archive opened: BBC
Robbie Meredith

'Mistrust', 'frustration' – Dubliners have their say on the future of policing in Ireland: TheJournal.ie
Michelle Hennessy

Monday, January 22

Taoiseach suggests new Sinn Féin President will make little difference: Irish Examiner

Labour attacks 'middle-class' Mary Lou McDonald: The Times
Ellen Coyne

Campbell not hopeful of change in attitude towards IRA by new SF leader: The News Letter

Michelle O'Neill hoping to become deputy leader of Sinn Féin: Irish Examiner

Sinn Féin pay scandal spoils new leader's big day: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan and Cormac McQuinn

McDonald will walk a tightrope between reassurance and change: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Hello Mary Lou, goodbye Gerry – Sinn Féin gets a new face at the top: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Deaglan de Breadun

Mary Lou McDonald's presidency is filled with opportunities and challenges for Sinn Féin: Irish News
Chris Donnelly

This is democracy, with a North Korean flavour: Irish Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Sinn Féin – Old problems for new leader: The Irish Times
Editorial

Mary Lou McDonald leadership confirmed – A real leader or just a new mouthpiece?: Irish Examiner
Editorial

SF disgrace over Kingsmill mockery: Sunday Independent
Editorial

New climate facing Mary Lou McDonald: Irish News
Editorial

Parades Commisiion – 'New Year should be new dawn for resolving parades issue' (Jan 3): Belfast Telegraph
Mervyn Gibson

Stormont Stand-Off: The Times
Editorial

How Kingsmill stunt brought back pain of loss for sister of teen Omagh bomb victim (Jan 18): Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Is McElduff exit finally a sign politicians will accept all injustices? (Jan 16): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

DUP's Ian Paisley Jr dismisses Brexit threat to future of Bombardier: The Times
John Walsh

£30m funding in limbo due to impasse of Northern Ireland Executive (Jan 16): Belfast Telegraph
Victoria Leonard

Shelved Narrow Water Bridge plans cost Louth County Council €2m (Jan 3): Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Sinn Féin praise success of TV hit 'Derry Girls' (Jan 18): Belfast Telegraph

'Baptism barrier' – a step in the right direction (Jan 5): The Irish Times
Editorial

Ireland can't be neutral when it comes to security: The Times
Eamon Delaney

Our duty to tell the truth about Scots and the Empire (Jan 17): The Herald
Editorial

Sunday, January 21

Taoiseach suggests new Sinn Féin President will make little difference: Irish Examiner

Labour attacks 'middle-class' Mary Lou McDonald: The Times
Ellen Coyne

Campbell not hopeful of change in attitude towards IRA by new SF leader: The News Letter

Michelle O'Neill hoping to become deputy leader of Sinn Féin: Irish Examiner

Sinn Féin pay scandal spoils new leader's big day: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan and Cormac McQuinn

McDonald will walk a tightrope between reassurance and change: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Hello Mary Lou, goodbye Gerry – Sinn Féin gets a new face at the top: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Deaglan de Breadun

Mary Lou McDonald's presidency is filled with opportunities and challenges for Sinn Féin: Irish News
Chris Donnelly

This is democracy, with a North Korean flavour: Irish Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Sinn Féin – Old problems for new leader: The Irish Times
Editorial

Mary Lou McDonald leadership confirmed – A real leader or just a new mouthpiece?: Irish Examiner
Editorial

SF disgrace over Kingsmill mockery: Sunday Independent
Editorial

New climate facing Mary Lou McDonald: Irish News
Editorial

Parades Commisiion – 'New Year should be new dawn for resolving parades issue' (Jan 3): Belfast Telegraph
Mervyn Gibson

Stormont Stand-Off: The Times
Editorial

How Kingsmill stunt brought back pain of loss for sister of teen Omagh bomb victim (Jan 18): Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Is McElduff exit finally a sign politicians will accept all injustices? (Jan 16): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

DUP's Ian Paisley Jr dismisses Brexit threat to future of Bombardier: The Times
John Walsh

£30m funding in limbo due to impasse of Northern Ireland Executive (Jan 16): Belfast Telegraph
Victoria Leonard

Shelved Narrow Water Bridge plans cost Louth County Council €2m (Jan 3): Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Sinn Féin praise success of TV hit 'Derry Girls' (Jan 18): Belfast Telegraph

'Baptism barrier' – a step in the right direction (Jan 5): The Irish Times
Editorial

Ireland can't be neutral when it comes to security: The Times
Eamon Delaney

Our duty to tell the truth about Scots and the Empire (Jan 17): The Herald
Editorial

Saturday, January 20

DUP holds Tories to ransom over assembly: The Times
Sam Coates and Patrick Maguire

Fresh Northern Ireland talks announced, but parties urge caution: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Funding announced for a Citizens' Assembly in Northern Ireland: ITV

Compromise or you'll repeat mistakes of history – Bertie Ahern's message to Northern Ireland political leaders: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

British Irish Assembly to meet in Sligo: Sligo Champion
Sorcha Crowley

Swann rejects Irish language act as DUP say all issues on discussion table: The News Letter
Adam Kula

Stormont limbo, an international agreement and an obscure law giving mandarins great power: iNews.co.uk
Sam McBride

An admirable plan from three men who tried to make Stormont work: The News Letter
Editorial

Phase 2 is chance to rebuild relations between UK, Republic and EU: The News Letter
Jim Nicholson

An apparent, if modest, climb down by Sinn Féin: The News Letter
Sam McBride

New year, same old attitudes, but maybe we will recognise years of hurt: Impartial Reporter
Denzil McDaniel

Martin McGuinness son backs Mary Lou McDonald for Sinn Féin president – nominations to close: Belfast Telegraph

McDonald's ascension to Sinn Féin top job next month to be unopposed: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

Mary Lou McDonald primed to be Sinn Féin leader since joining in 1998: The Irish Times
Sarah Bardon

Theme of reconciliation emerges as West Tyrone faces byelection: The Irish Times
Freya McClements

We are open to idea of victims' candidate in West Tyrone: The News Letter
Kenny Donaldson

Groups welcome EU pledge on post-Brexit cross-border peace funds: BBC
Amy Stewart

Man shot in legs in West Belfast in "reckless and brutal attack": Belfast Live
Sarah Scott

Sinn Féin condemn 'reckless and brutal' shooting in Belfast: Belfast Telegraph

Loughinisland Judge asked to withdraw: Belfast Media
Caoimhe Quinn

Bloody Sunday march row after poster lists names of other victims, including British soldier: Belfast Telegraph
Leona O'Neill

Saoradh to mark anniversary of Bloody Sunday anti-internment march by highlighting latter day cases: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

New witnesses sought for Ballymurphy Massacre inquest: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Sinn Féin faces questions over 'average wage' as TD allowed full €90,000 salary: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

SF TD who took full salary got €35,800 'golden handshake' from city council: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

Northern Ireland Secretary of State Karen Bradley – I back same-sex marriage but I won't impose it: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Northern Ireland blackout – Too simplistic to blame Stormont for public service woe: Belfast Telegraph
John Simpson

'Lives will be destroyed' Ireland accused of SILENCING eurosceptics to protect 'SACRED EU': Daily Express
Oli Smith

Friday, January 19

Fresh round of talks to restore powersharing in Northern Ireland 'must find a solution in weeks': Irish Independent

Two weeks to save Stormont – DUP's Hamilton says 'heavy dose of realism required' from Sinn Féin to reach dea: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Ex-Trimble allies moot referenda in bid to get Stormont reinstated: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Citizens' Assembly looks set for Northern Ireland: BBC
Stephen Walker

Sense of deja-vu as new Stormont talks process is announced, SDLP leader says: Belfast Telegraph

Flags commission report won't be published without ministers in post: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Northern Ireland Secretary Karen Bradley blunders in her new job by warning the DUP will only get £1bn for propping the Tories up if powersharing is restored before frantically U-turning: Daily Mail
Kate Ferguson

Tribal extremists are blocking off the centrist path: The Times
Cormac Lucey

Respect needed on all sides in talks process: Irish News
Editorial

DUP's Sammy Wilson regrets calling Leo Varadkar a 'nutcase': The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson and Vivienne Clarke

SF gerrymandering claim on proposed boundary changes 'ludicrous': The News Letter

Election boundary changes would strengthen DUP's hand – if they're ever implemented: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Victims' group supports 'agreed candidate' to challenge Sinn Féin: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Petition urges O Muilleoir to resign over video retweet: Belfast Telegraph
Claire O'Boyle

An honest assessment of our past may emerge from this squalid affair (Jan 16): Belfast Telegraph
Nick Garbutt

SF need to put a huge gulf between themselves and the terror of the past: The News Letter
Brian Kennaway

Why McElduff 'resignation' symbolises victory of modernisers over militarists in Sinn Féin: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

£9m from peace fund 'will boost relations between divided communities of Belfast': The News Letter

'Friend of UK' Varadkar denies bid to overturn Brexit: Belfast Telegraph

English deserve a break over Brexit: The Irish Times
John McManus

Jamie Bryson slams "legion of trolls" who claim he is pictured snorting white powder: Belfast Live
Shauna Corr

Secret deal allows Sinn Féin TD to pick up entire salary: Herald.ie
Niall O'Connor

'It's now time for truth, it's time for justice' McCusker family call for justice 20 years on: Derry Now
Caoimhe Hegarty

Ombudsman legacy cases limited by Garda (Nov 20): The News Letter

If Kingsmill was sectarian, as Sinn Féin now admit, what about Tullyvallen and all the other IRA atrocities?: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Irish peace process hero John Hume born on this day in 1937 (Jan 18): Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

Why are NI filmmakers not interested in hearing the police's side of the story? (Nov 20): Belfast Telegraph
William Matchett

He was calling me 'mate'. I felt the blood rush up through my chest: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Ireland to UK companies – We can help with your Brexit problems (Jan 14): CNBC.com
Nyshka Chandran and Bernie Lo

Repealing anti-sectarianism Act may send wrong signal: The Scotsman
Editorial

Thursday, January 18

Northern Ireland secretary to begin fresh power-sharing talks: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Imperative 'intensive' talks resume – Prime Minister May rebuffs DUP plea for direct rule ministers: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Alex Kane is wrong to imply that the DUP and SF are equally to blame for the impasse: The News Letter
Owen Polley

Boost for Conservatives as leak suggests DUP could be about to back constituency boundary overhaul: Daily Telegraph
Christopher Hope

DUP seat axed in new Northern Ireland constituency boundary map: Belfast Telegraph

Francie Molloy – Revised NI electoral map 'attempt to gerrymander boundaries' to placate DUP: The News Letter
David Young

Plan to redraw NI electoral boundaries changed significantly: The Irish Times

Unionists cautious about new election map while SF fume over 'gerrymandering': The News Letter
Adam Kula

New Sinn Féin MP for West Tyrone will prop up Tory misrule... is that what republicans really vote for?: Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

Joe Brolly – Catholics have lost faith in Northern Ireland's shared society: Belfast Telegraph

EU pledge on post-Brexit cross-border peace funds: BBC
John Campbell

Brexit – DUP stance ensures hard border, says Gerry Adams: Belfast Telegraph

'Hard Border would hand a huge boost to smugglers': Irish Independent
Breda Heffernan

Holding a second Brexit referendum would not be anti-democratic – Varadkar: Irish Independent
Shona Murray

Brexiteers blast Irish PM Leo Varadkar for dodgy history after he said he felt 'sorry' for British war veterans going through Brexit because they 'fought in France for European values': Daily Mail
Kate Ferguson

Irish negotiator says 'challenging' to implement Brexit border agreement: RTE

Brexit 'transition' agreement talks will not be for faint-hearted: The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth

IRA murder victim's mum hits out over republican 'hypocrisy': Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Where's Sinn Féin's Mairtin O Muilleoir?: Belfast Telegraph
Ali Gordon

The mask slips... republicans weren't victims, they were victim-makers: Belfast Telegraph
Doug Beattie

Shankill bomb victim brands West Tyrone agreed candidate idea 'toxic': The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Peter Canavan ruled out as Sinn Féin West Tyrone candidate: Irish News
John Manley

Ann Travers rules herself out of West Tyrone by-election: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

British Government accused of policy failure over border poll by unionist victims' campaigner McCord: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Petition calls on Commission to reopen the case of the Craigavon Two: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Peter Kearney

Family of LVF victim Fergal McCusker calls for 'truth' 20 years on: Irish News
Connla Young

DUP MLA George Robinson: 'Working in an Army barracks during the Troubles – every morning you checked to see where the bomb was or who was shot' (Jan 8): Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Programme launched to mark 50th anniversary of Civil Rights movement in Northern Ireland: Irish News
Seanín Graham

Activist charged with inciting hatred in speech at Britain First-linked rally: Belfast Telegraph

TD worked to bridge the Troubles divide, mourners at Paddy Harte's funeral are told (Jan 12): Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Controversial Scottish sectarian laws face the axe after MSPs back repeal: The Scotsman
Scott Macnab

Wednesday, January 17

Northern Ireland marks one year without devolved government: News.Sky.com
David Blevins

Lord Trimble claims Sinn Féin collapsed Stormont to use Brexit to push for a united Ireland: Irish News
John Manley

Foster's single market remarks 'a signal in right direction': Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Northern Ireland needs 'bridges not borders' – Dickson: Carrick Times

States worst hit by Brexit 'should not pay EU's bill': Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie and Shona Murray

How Brexit has reopened old wounds on both sides of the Irish border: New Statesman
Tony Connelly

Odds slashed on GAA star contesting McElduff seat: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Omagh bomb widower willing to contest West Tyrone poll: BBC

West Tyrone by-election – Other parties consider forming by-election pact: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Fascinating by-election looms to fill Barry McElduff seat: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

McElduff resignation shows Sinn Féin yielding to public pressure: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

McElduff was right to quit, O Muilleoir should do the same: The News Letter
Editorial

Help bring Kingsmill killers to justice – Donaldson: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Two massacres show that violence is futile, says Miami Showband survivor: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Identifying British Army major during Seamus Bradley inquest 'would hamper his ability to holiday in Ireland': Irish News
David Young

Anthony McIntyre locked in legal battle to obtain tapes of participation in Boston College project, court hears: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Guildford pub bombings – Prison chiefs' refused to let 'Guildford Four' member see daughter in private, documents reveal: GetSurrey.co.uk
Ed Carty Joshua Smith

Fr Sean's American Struggle for Justice: (from the Sunday World, Jan 14)
Richard Sullivan

In memory of two patriots – Maurice Hayes, Donal Barrington (Jan 7): Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Gerry Adams appeals 1975 convictions for Maze escape attempts: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

AK47 rifles seized in Garda 'IRA op' had been used in the Regency shooting: Irish Mirror
Niall O'Connor

Colin Parry learns of Cranberries' IRA Warrington bomb song on Dolores O'Riordan's death: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Dolores O'Riordan – The Cranberries were the sound of the struggle for peace in Northern Ireland: Belfast Live

Protester tackled by Canadian ambassador at 1916 ceremony avoids jail: Irish Independent
Tom Tuite

Demand for Irish passports in Britain surpasses Northern Ireland for first time ever: Newstalk.com
Jack Quann

Twitter campaign highlights anti-Irish remarks: RTE

Just 6.3% of the Irish population speak Irish on a weekly basis (Nov 23): TheJournal.ie
Hayley Halpin

Does Catholic opinion deserve special reverence in Ireland?: The Irish Times
Joe Humphreys

British soldiers' admiration for Irish recruitment videos: Irish Examiner
Norma Costello

Tuesday, January 16

Varadkar must match pitch-perfect Arlene Foster's dignified note of reconciliation: Irish Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

'Karen Bradley must act to end DUP denial of rights' – Fearon: Newry Times

We need to seriously think through the likely consequences of no deal: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Barry McElduff to be appointed to 'paid position of Crown' to relinquish West Tyrone seat: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Coveney welcomes decision by McElduff to quit and hopes for move forward: Irish Examiner
Eoin English and David Young

McElduff should have resigned sooner – Foster: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Michelle O'Neill – Barry McElduff a champion for West Tyrone, Sinn Féin sanction proportionate and O Muilleoir issue dealt with: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

More honesty needed from Sinn Féin on IRA atrocities, says FF chief: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

McCreesh family – 'Raymond was not involved in the Kingsmill massacre': The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Republicans 'still privately laugh at Kingsmill jokes': The News Letter

Irwin welcomes McElduff resignation but calls on Sinn Féin to do more: Portadown Times

Families of the victims welcome resignation after 'vicious' slur: Irish Independent
Rebecca Black

SF 'mindset still the same' despite McElduff resignation – Colin Worton: The News Letter
John Manley

Attention turns to by-election as Barry McElduff resigns over Kingsmill video: Irish News
John Manley and Brendan Hughes

McElduff resignation – 'voice for victims' could fight vacant seat: The News Letter

West Tyrone by-election – Who could challenge Sinn Féin?: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Sinn Féin on 'shaky ground' in West Tyrone, says IRA victim's brother: The Irish Times
Freya McClements

Sinn Féin found McElduff's 'stupid' actions impossible to defend: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

McDonald's judgment questioned as MP quits over Kingsmill video: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Continuing Kingsmill controversy left Sinn Féin with no choice but to jettison McElduff: Irish News
John Manley

Sinn Féin MP McElduff resigns – Belated gesture: Irish Examiner
Editorial

For SF to be relevant, it has to let go of the past: Irish Independent
Editorial

Sinn Féin should reflect on its handling of Barry McElduff case: Irish News
Editorial

Kingsmill – Barry McElduff bows to the inevitable: The Irish Times
Editorial

Our darkest hour ahead if we don't stand up to Sinn Féin (Jan 14): Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Sister of Bobby Sands denounces former comrades at mother's funeral: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

O'Hare is bailed after allegations of threat to kill: Herald.ie
Conor Feehan and Tom Tuite

Property frozen belongs to UDA suspect: Irish News
Allison Morris

Naive Alliance has become a Sinn Féin patsy in republican takeover of Belfast City Hall: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Sinn Féin 'crocodile' not eating our party – Alliance: The News Letter

Record numbers of passengers from Republic use Belfast airport: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Supreme Court hears arguments on whether Brexit makes it unsafe to send suspects and convicts to Britain: Irish Independent
Eoin Reynolds

Brexit is a collective English mental breakdown: The Irish Times
Nicholas Boyle

If we insist on a president, we must be able to vote for one (Jan 14): Sunday Independent
Ian O'Doherty






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