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Friday, July 15

Warning over taking NI peace for granted: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Police attacked for third night: UTV

Republicans 'need to take blame' for riot: The News Letter

Northern Ireland in July – silly season is here again: Guardian.co.uk
Fionola Meredith

The fire this time: The Economist

Ballyclare riots just flag up the problems of our divided society: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Continuity IRA member rules out peace moves: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Protesters urged to 'show some common sense': Londonderry Sentinel

Derry man charged over Belfast riot: UTV

Three men are charged with involvement in twelfth riots: BBC

Burning hatred of bonfire flags: Coleraine Times

McGuinness makes Orange talks offer: UTV

Orange Order snubs McGuinness over Twelfth talks bid: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Band parade ends peacefully in Newtownbutler: Impartial Reporter

What did tourists make of the Twelfth?: The News Letter

Why the old Orange Order has to change: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Orange Order's days are numbered: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Debbie McGoldrick

Ardoyne footballers beaten by armed mob: UTV

Gun attack 'sectarian': Coleraine Times

Repair bill for attacked Strabane school: UTV

Sectarian graffiti daubed on Orange Hall a day after it's repainted: Belfast Telegraph

Rupert Murdoch's men hacked into Gerry Adams' phone too – Adams visa conversation published in London Sunday Times (Jul 13): Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

Secretary of State discusses victims with Tánaiste: Londonderry Sentinel

Stakeknife's army handlers quizzed over RUC murders: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Evidence linking garda to IRA tip-off to be 'refuted': The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Leo Colton insists he saw suspicious NI car: RTE

Tragedy in the skies may have saved lives on earth: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

Catholics workers dominate the EU 'peace money' body: Londonderry Sentinel

Britain or Ireland? Why McIlroy has to choose for Rio 2016: The Independent
Simon Turnbull

McIlroy success highlights North's identity dilemma: Irish Echo
Patrick Campbell

9/11 Widow Leads Push for Teaching Lessons of Terrorism: NBCNewYork.com
Brian Thompson

Thursday, July 14

Northern Ireland riots – Robinson and McGuinness to meet: BBC

Hundreds of masked teenagers create mayhem: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Loyalists rewarded for 'spitting the dummy' on parades (Jul 7): Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

'Under tens' involved in Derry rioting: BBC

Derry trouble was 'orchestrated': UTV

Residents' group denies Belfast street violence: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Rioters will be brought to justice, says PSNI: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Orangemen hail 'unrivalled day': The News Letter

Conflict and tensions reduced at once notorious interface: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Flags, parades and politics – is there a solution?: BBC
Mark Devenport

Northern Ireland 'has no strategy to deal with sectarianism': Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Barriers hide grim truth – we don't trust each other: Belfast Telegraph
Duncan Morrow

'ONH' Facebook page naming and shaming: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

'We will defend our community' – RAAD: Derry Journal

Size doesn't matter in dissidents' 'long war': Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Dissident IRA making major new push for support in USA – Hoping Orange week riots will help them in America: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

Bid to extradite Garland opposed: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Dundalk Garda records missing, tribunal hears: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Invest NI – A familiar story: Belfast Media
Editorial

Second-generation Irish face citizenship dilemma: Irish Post
Graham Clifford

Wasteful Windsors have won war with republicanism (Jul 1): Belfast Telegraph
Yasmin Alibhai-Brown

Dingle back on the map as Minister paves way for law to alter placename: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Police condemn Rangers fans over sectarian songs at friendly match: The Scotsman
Martyn McLaughlin

BBC news 'biased towards England' (Jul 13): The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

Wednesday, July 13

Orange Order parades spark N Ireland riots: Financial Times
John Mulgrew

Petrol bombs thrown at police at peak of Belfast's marching season: The Independent
David McKittrick

Northern Ireland marching season ends with new outbreak of violence: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Nationalist violence continues in Ardoyne: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty & Cian Nihill

Boy, 14, arrested amid NI disorder: UTV

Threat to evict rioters' families from their homes: (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Suzanne Breen

Decade of progress in Belfast is at risk: The Herald
Ruth Wishart

Peacemakers will prevail, says President McAleese: The Irish Times
Catherine Wylie

President praised at bash for Twelfth: Irish Independent
Kevin Keane

IRA must not be let 'rewrite history': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Orangemen 'must help uncover truth': Belfast Telegraph

Finlay hits out at Parades Commission: Ballymoney Times

Republic tourism chiefs to help promote Orange parades: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

'It's something that we look forward to all year': The Irish Times
Cian Nihill

Tourism and Twelfth can march side by side: Belfast Telegraph
David Hume

Orange and green (Jul 12): Irish Examiner
Jonathan deBurca Butler

Alliance needs to get off the fence (Jul 11): The News Letter
Alex Kane

Terrorist threat in NI increases: UTV

More raids on RIRA suspects in Portugal: Evening Herald
Adelina Campos

Unionists challenge police over tricolours: The News Letter

Youth 'major contributor' to east Belfast riot: BBC

Loyalists target foreign nationals' homes in Portadown: BBC

Family burnt out of Ballymena home: UTV

Why the mother of disappeared man feels 'lucky': BBC
Andy Martin

Paterson rejects RUC gratuity tax appeal: The News Letter

Sinn Féin mayor who shook Queen's hand dies: TheJournal.ie

Hunger strike anniversary tomorrow: Derry Journal

Shock over €40m bill for queen and Obama visits: Irish Independent
Michael Brennan

Bloody Sunday 'a figure of speech' – Hunt: Irish Echo (Australia)
Luke O'Neill

Ageing Church of England 'will be dead in 20 years': Daily Telegraph
Tim Ross

Who's afraid of the big, bad truth? (Jul 12): The Scotsman
Joan McAlpine

Britain should start spying on Eurozone neighbours, former MI6 chief says (Jul 5): Daily Telegraph
Damien McElroy

Tuesday, July 12

Many police hurt in Northern Ireland riots: CNN
Peter Taggart

Petrol bombs thrown at police in Belfast riot: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Bonfire night riots erupt in Belfast leaving seven officers injured: Belfast Telegraph
Amanda Poole

Fireman injured during 11th night trouble: BBC

Robinson and McGuinness appeal for calm ahead of Orange parades: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Bonfire sparked Magherafelt violence: The News Letter

Union flag can fly at Ardoyne parade: UTV

Police review flag policy after riots: The News Letter

Ballyclare riots – politics, protocol and flags: BBC
Mark Devenport

Talks hope after peaceful Drumcree: The News Letter

Orange order aims to open lodges across Republic: Irish Examiner
Jonathan de Burca Butler

Half a million expected to join Twelfth celebrations: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

Tweflth "getting bigger every year": The News Letter

Order's Twelfth image still not picture perfect: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Orangemen should show more faith: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Shared march will bring better future: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Promoting golf would be a hole in one for North's image: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Flag 'stolen' from Belfast City Hall: UTV

Tommy English murder accused fails in bonfire bail bid: BBC

Homes evacuated in city alert: UTV

Bombed branch is set to re-open: Derry Journal

Men leave Derry after 'dissident threat': UTV

Coleraine shooting was 'sectarian': The News Letter

Truth Commission appeal: Derry Journal

Sisters claim McCartney killer stabbed their brother (Jul 11): (from the Daily Mirror)
Suzanne Breen

Teen charged over east Belfast riots: UTV

Vandals target Derry's new £14m Peace Bridge: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Battling for the ceremonial impotence of being an earnest President (Jul 11): Irish Examiner
Terry Prone

Sectarian violence 'threatens football's viability': The Herald
Brian Currie

All Scottish fans and players get code of conduct in crackdown on sectarianism: The Scotsman
Martyn Mclaughlin

Monday, July 11

Police apologise after flag removal: UTV

Police hurt in loyalist riots as tensions come to boil: Irish Independent
Michael McHugh

Violence flares in Orange enclaves ahead of Twelfth security operation: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Drumcree passes off without disturbance: UTV

Northern Ireland ministers appeal for calm after riots: BBC

DUP urged to engage loyalist communities: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Orange Order must march to a new beat (Jul 10): (from the Sunday Times)
Liam Clarke

Cops sued by cameraman filming riot (Jul 10): (from the Sunday World)
Suzanne Breen

'Mary was not given her adviser role just to annoy people' (Jul 8): (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

Stormont leaders in phone hacking storm (Jul 7): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke, Martin Hickman and Cahal Milmo

Top cop's kiss of life for new job (Jul 10): (from the Sunday World)
Suzanne Breen

Men suspected of Real IRA links arrested in Portugal: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

More than a nine-to-five job (May 4): The News Letter
Audrey Watson

An incendiary image (Feb 10): Belfast Media
Editorial

Northern Ireland's McIlroy Transcends Boundaries: New York Times
Niall Stanage

Croke Park move showed maturity, says ex-GAA star: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Texas visitors chart peace progress: Irish Echo
Ciara Quinn

Rights body should have bigger impact: The Irish Times
Donncha O'Connell & Ursula Kilkelly

Religion is no absolute guarantee of good behaviour (Jun 3): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Concerns on UK-Ireland travel rules exploitation: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Gardaí arrest 250 in gang, republican probes (Jul 5): Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keeffe

Shatter plans cross-border barring orders (Jul 3): Sunday Business Post
John Burke

Irish call for partnership with British beef farmers (Jul 8): Farmers Guardian
Olivia Midgley

New police unit targets bigots (Jul 10): Sunday Herald
Tom Gordon

Give Scots more power, says Major (Jul 10): Sunday Telegraph

Make Prince Harry our king, say Canadian monarchists (Jun 28): Daily Telegraph
Gordon Rayner

A modern monarchy (Jul 9): Ottawa Citizen
Editorial

Nationalists form party for Taiwan: Taipei Times
Chris Wang

Sunday, July 10

Protest in Ballyclare after PSNI remove flags: BBC

Rioting in Co Antrim over flags row: UTV

Shooting in Coleraine was 'sectarian' MLA says: BBC

Bonfire trouble sparks attacks on homes: UTV

Ardoyne group 'angry' at march ruling: UTV

Orange order denies change in Parades Commission policy: BBC

Orange leader praises Irish reaction to the Queen's visit: Sunday Independent
Paddy Clancy

Orange lodges parade in Co Donegal: RTE

Paint attack at Catholic church in Harryville: BBC

Time to boot paramilitary trappings – Dallat: Derry Journal

Three held over suspected Real IRA gun running: Sunday Mirror

Mystery body 'unlikely' to be Columba's: Tyrone Times

The Whole Story Behind the Boston College Subpoenas (Jul 5): Chronicle of Higher Education
Chris Bray

Who killed my uncle?: Sunday Express
James Fielding

Bloody Sunday families will welcome news (Jul 7): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

'Game of three halves' helps kids cross divide (Jul 7): The News Letter

Minister happy to see students able to wear GAA tops in Lisneal College: Londonderry Sentinel

Britannia still rules the media, if not the waves: Irish Echo
Michael Cummings

Integrated education holds the key to a tolerant society (Jul 4): Belfast Telegraph
Noreen Campbell

Breaking away from the herd: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Author of Holy War in Belfast remembered (Jul 5): BBC
David McKittrick

Toronto's Orange parade marches through history: Toronto Sun
Jenny Yuen

Discuss the monarchy's role? We can't. We're too polite (Jul 7): Montreal Gazette
Bill Tierney

Fighting the dangerous creep of republicanism (Jul 8): Ottawa Citizen
Dan Gardner

England football team 'could be forced to wear EU flag' (Jul 7): Daily Telegraph
Martin Banks

Saturday, July 9

Orange Order march on Garvaghy Road re-routed again: BBC

Paterson urged to set up talks over Drumcree: Portadown Times

Talks over 'incendiary' Orange parade ruling: The News Letter

Restriction for Ardoyne residents' march: UTV

Parades Commission 'overstepped the mark' - Robinson: BBC

Orange lodges gather in Co Donegal: RTE

Violence hits Lurgan for third night in row: Belfast Telegraph
Connla Young

Van burnt out in Craigavon: UTV

Car removed after Glengormley security alert: BBC

'Dissidents' in Facebook threat to shoot youths: Belfast Telegraph
Patrice Dougan

Derry defendant flees Northern Ireland 'over threats': BBC

Woman tells of terror after gang shoots man in her home: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

When they're talking, they're not fighting: Tribune Magazine
John Coulter

'Sinn Fein and DUP will move forward together': Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

NI conservatives have breakfast in Ballymena: BBC
Mark Devenport

McGuinness was at 'child terror' event: The News Letter

Woman threatened with legal action for flying flag: Ulster Star

UDA flag row making waves in Helen's Bay: Belfast Telegraph
Anne Madden

Man accused of trying to buy arms for Real IRA should 'face 16 years in jail': Belfast Telegraph

Victim's husband slams PSNI team: The News Letter

Ex-IRA man wins pardon review: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

MP challenges NI papers over hacking: UTV

Northern Ireland Catholics are now more unionist than the English. Can the United Kingdom last?: Telegraph.co.uk
Ed West

Religious education is not all Catholic and Protestant: Belfast Telegraph
Brian McClinton

Kelly's libel action against publisher adjourned: Irish Independent
Tim Healy

The swinging Shinners and other puckers: The Irish Times

Budget Travel – A Shift in Tourism to Northern Ireland: Lakeland Ledger
Arthur Frommer

Croke Park turf war erupts after Irish growers snubbed: Irish Independent
Majella O'Sullivan

Loophole at airports allows terrorists to enter UK 'without having to show a passport' (Jul 7): Daily Mail

Monarchist League getting younger, more dynamic, say members (Jul 5): CBC
Kazi Stastna

Taxpayers get 'royal'ly screwed (Jul 8): The Huron Expositor
Katie Brickman

Friday, July 8

Police 'prepared' for Twelfth parades: UTV

Belfast nationalists to hold counter-rally in marching season: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

A time for celebration – and common sense: Impartial Reporter
Editorial

Stormont – An Overview: TheDetail.tv
Connal Parr

Opposition allows smaller parties to make impression: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Republican Sinn Féin president charged over parade: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

From riot zone to trading zone... how locals transformed a flashpoint area: Belfast Telegraph
Anne Madden

Belfast Keeps Barriers as Economy Spurs Riots: Bloomberg.com
Colm Heatley

Vans hijacked in Craigavon trouble: UTV

UVF ceasefire action 'after reports': UTV

Community devastated following arson attack on Border hall: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Why we need full truth about decommissioning: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Road re-opens following Newry pipe-bomb security alert: BBC

Men arrested during dissident inquiry: UTV

Student forfeits £13,000 'for university fees': Impartial Reporter
Chris Donegan

Real IRA leaders must pay Omagh victims £1.5m: The Independent
David McKittrick

Men win appeal against Omagh ruling: Irish Examiner
David Young and Michael McHugh

Appeal blow for Omagh bomb families: London Evening Standard

Omagh relatives in funding plea to fight civil actions: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

We were targeted, claim fathers of Omagh victims: Irish Independent
Adrian Rutherford and Shane Phelan

Paisley welcomes NoW closure: UTV

Herald writer victim of NoW hackers says more to follow: Evening Herald
Claire Murphy

U.S. court bid for tapes linking Gerry Adams to IRA murder squads: Daily Mail
Tom Leonard

Bloody Sunday tribunal soldiers 'may face perjury charges': Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

McGeough seeks Royal Pardon to get freed from jail sentence: Impartial Reporter
Chris Donegan

Sinn Fein's Martin McGuinness to make it easier to be British: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

'Building Confidence' report launch: Londonderry Sentinel

Just who'll be able to fill Mary's shoes as Irish president?: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Bernadette Devlin McAliskey's extraordinary political journey: Galway Advertiser
Kernan Andrews

Paterson – tax move has strong support: Belfast Telegraph

Lessons to learn in ending bigotry (Jul 1): The Scotsman
Brian Monteith

Thursday, July 7

Northern Irish decommissioned weapons lists 'could be published later': The Scotsman
Theo Usherwood

Doubts over 'totality' of decommissioning: The News Letter

Republican SF arrest amid Lurgan trouble: UTV

Shots fired in Lurgan unrest: Belfast Telegraph
Connla Young

Drumcree Orangemen submit parade form: The News Letter

Republicans plan Twelfth march to protest over Orange Order parade: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Owen Paterson calls for restraint ahead of parades: BBC

Band successfully challenges march ruling: The News Letter

Could the marching men not just walk away from trouble?: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Assembly chief to speak at IRA event: The News Letter

Stormont – An Overview: TheDetail.tv
Connal Parr

Pair charged over parade trouble: UTV

Debate rages over 'jail all rioters' call: The News Letter

PSNI station security in east Belfast alert ends: BBC

OFMDFM challenged in victims' website row: The News Letter

Call for 'divisive' flag to be removed from Lough Fea: Mid Ulster Mail

BC pressed to give recordings to UK: Boston Globe
Travis Andersen

Ruling on Omagh appeal due today: RTE

Man held over 1975 murder released: Belfast Telegraph

Dungannon Confidential – Top secret files on town's civil rights marches released online: Tyrone Times

Woman sues Stakeknife accused Fred Scappaticci: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Arson attack on NI Minister's office: The Irish Times

A project to replace infamous Belfast murals comes under fire: Macleans.ca
Joanne Latimer

Ex-police chief on pay review panel (Jul 5): Belfast Telegraph

Shamrock Rovers fans cancel NI buses over security fears: TheJournal.ie
Gavan Reilly

Reforms should be designed to bolster independence of human rights body: The Irish Times
Maurice Manning

Ireland to pay 'commitment' fee over €3.5bn loan from UK (Jul 6): Irish Independent
Emmet Oliver and Donal O Donovan

Rangers – We will not be blamed for sectarianism: The Herald
Michael Settle

'People in England are not alive to the worst parts of devolution settlement' (Jul 5): The Scotsman
Peter Davies

Unionist MP offers to assist Afghan rulers: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Wednesday, July 6

Paisley writes to attorney general on rioter jail term: BBC

Attorney General weighs in on riot row: UTV

Ardoyne rioter jailed for throwing petriol bomb: BBC

Kids told 'don't be the usual suspects': Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

UVF flag is 'legal'-cops: Derry Journal

Loyalists up the tension by hoisting flags outside St Mary's PS: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Militant loyalism setting out some new standards: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

Parades rulings 'allow cultural humiliation': The News Letter

NIFRS bonfire calls down by 60% in last three years: BBC
Claire Savage

Car attack MLA defends GAA comments: The News Letter

Sinn Fein mayor turns down parade invite: Belfast Telegraph
Patrice Dougan

New justice powers become law: UTV

'We had nothing to do with attack' – RAAD: Derry Journal

Racist bullying 'replacing sectarianism' in schools: BBC

Taoiseach denies any scandal over Smithwick Tribunal: The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

Shatter accused of misleading House: The Irish Times
Jimmy Walsh

Man is arrested over Falls Road murder of Paul Crawford: BBC

Oral History, Unprotected: InsideHigherEd.com
Scott Jaschik

Men honoured over NI bomb bravery: RTE

DUP man Ian Crozier quits Belfast City Council: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Sinn Fein likely to run presidential candidate, says Adams (Jul 3): Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Cathal Dervan

Senator fights in new war of independence: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Yellow is the new Green and Orange – China cup will save us (Jul 4): (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Harmonising our taxes with Republic is the way forward: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Politicians still looking for international handouts: The News Letter
N R Greer

£1.8m fall in cost to taxpayer of supporting the monarchy: Belfast Telegraph
Martha Linden

David Dunseith – Broadcaster whose 'Talk Back' programme served as a people's forum during the Troubles: The Independent
David McKittrick

I'll miss David's keen ear for a quirky story: Belfast Telegraph
Nuala McKeever

London 2012 Olympics – Rory McIlroy to carry Olympic flame in torch relay: Daily Telegraph
Jacquelin Magnay

Half of English voters want Scotland to stay in Union (Jul 5): The Scotsman
Scott MacNab

Taliban could share power like the IRA, David Cameron admits: Daily Telegraph
James Kirkup

Tuesday, July 5

Northern Ireland's decommissioned arms to stay secret: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Robinson demands publication of list of decommissioned weapons: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Publication of arms list would be incendiary: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Terrorist arms list must not be secret: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

New NI justice powers come into effect: RTE

Victim's brother urges republicans – embrace the need for genuine truth and reconciliation: Belfast Telegraph

Targeted MLA in no retaliation plea: The News Letter

'MTV generation' blamed for east Belfast parade trouble: BBC

The dangers of instant messaging: BBC
Mark Devenport

No voice for loyalist working-class: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Calls for city calm ahead of Twelfth: UTV

Orangemen just want a peaceful Twelfth: The News Letter

Hundreds attend protest over attack in Creggan: Derry Journal

The forgotten report which could end bitter jail disputes: (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Suzanne Breen

How strip-searching led to new low in relations: (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Suzanne Breen

Life as a young Catholic police officer in NI: BBC
Debbie Randle

Spanish Ardoyne rioter jailed: UTV

Flags 'not welcome in Kernan' say residents: Portadown Times

Glengormley pipe bomb 'viable': UTV

Belfast Royal Irish parade talks 'back on': UTV

Hunt for Northern Ireland disappeared could be disrupted, warn investigators: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Boston College (Cont.) – AUSA Todd Braunstein, the Infamous Irish Politician: HistoryNetworkNews.US
Chris Bray

Pope planned NI visit, cables reveal: The News Letter

Final chapter in secret history of the Troubles: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

No flags please, we're Irish: Irish Independent
Karl MacGinty

Iris's lawyer hits out at fresh contract probe: The News Letter

Norris still the people's first choice as President (Jul 3): Sunday Independent
John Drennan

Up to 8,000 participate in Glasgow showcase parade: The News Letter

English demand say on future of Scotland: The Herald
Kate Devlin

"Sunday, Bloody Sunday": Huffington Post
Alim A. Seytoff

Monday, July 4

Wilson signals vetting for special advisers: The News Letter

Tensions rise over weekend on rioting and parade: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Short Strand v the media narrative: TheDetail.tv

Group defies loyalist death threat: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Drumcree march tension rising as Orange Order snubs parading rules: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Top republican to police flute band parade (Jul 3): (from the Sunday World)
Suzanne Breen

DUP MLA 'disgusted' after car torched: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Burning of DUP politician's car condemned: RTE

Arson attempt at Lurgan Orange Hall: UTV

Work begins on Europe's only divided park (Jun 20): Belfast Media
Kieran Hughes

Meet and mix or attack and destroy – the choice is yours (Jun 30): Belfast Telegraph
Duncan Morrow

NIO interference leaves Ombudsman under pressure to quit: TheDetail.tv
Barry McCaffrey

Police 'may hinder hunt for Troubles bodies': The Scotsman
Steven McCaffery

RIRA man freed from jail after foot turns gangrene (Jul 3): (from the Sunday World)
Suzanne Breen

Irish army officers will face Smithwick Tribunal: Belfast Telegraph

Can Derry tolerate Protestants? (Jul 1): Derry Journal
Craig Arbuckle

Father Troy gives thanks to the people of Ardoyne (Jun 20): Belfast Media
Kieran Hughes

'We got the politics right ... now let's make this place desirable' (May 31): Belfast Telegraph

North prison system 'not fit for purpose' (Jun 24): The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Why welfare is at the heart of the Legion (May 2): The News Letter
Laura Murphy

Alliance Party's first leader 'a statesman and a visionary': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Membership of rights body should be transparent: The Irish Times
Carol Coulter

The unionist camp will discover that energy comes from positives and negatives (Jun 21): The Scotsman
David Maddox

Sunday, July 3

Police rule out paramilitary involvement in Belfast street clashes: Scotland on Sunday
Emma Cowing

Tension mounting for weeks – police: Belfast Telegraph

No paramilitary link to last night's riots in East Belfast: The Spectator
David Blackburn

Work of social services during riots queried: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Sinn Fein plays hardball on vetting plans: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

UUP leader slams Stormont departmental 'shambles': Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Kingsmill – A grim reminder of a squalid war: Sunday Telegraph
Jenny McCartney

The Attorney General and the past: TheDetail.tv
Mike Ritchie

Parade will pass Ardoyne flashpoint: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Do the rights thing (Jun 30): Times Higher Education
Colin Harvey and Colm O'Cinneide

Anger at RAAD (Jul 1): Derry Journal

Fire crews called out to second jail blaze at Maghaberry Prison: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Dissident group lifts prison officer death threat: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

RIRA man fails in legal challenge: Belfast Telegraph

'Keep all flags out' (Jul 1): Derry Journal

Judge denies bail to man accused of stabbing loyalist: Belfast Telegraph

Irish hunger strikes 'opened way' for peace process (Jun 29): TheParliament.com
Martin Banks

Somme remembered, but SF goes it alone: The News Letter

IRA suspect in McCartney killing arrested after stabbing at weekend: Sunday Independent

Fair ways turn foul when putt-upon working class lose their drive (Jun 30): The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

A symbol of hope ... but still work to do (Jun 27): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Future of Irish-speaking battalion 'in danger' (Jun 29): RTE

Sinister alternative to teaching of religion (Jul 1): The Irish Times
John Waters

London 'blocks judge selection' – Ulster QC (Jun 29): The News Letter

Stewards blend in at Orange Walk: Scotland on Sunday
Emma Cowing

Let us challenge sectarian mindset (Jun 18): The Herald
Editorial

Can Will and Kate reverse our declining attachment to the monarchy? (Jul 1): Toronto Globe and Mail
Bruce Anderson

Saturday, July 2

Sectarian clashes erupt again in east Belfast following Orange Order march: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Six police officers injured in east Belfast disorder: BBC

Something rotten in the heart of rioting loyalism: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Somme parade passes peacefully: UTV

Mini Twelfth parade passes off without major incident: Newtownabbey Times

Watchdog rules on Ardoyne parade: UTV

Comments on parades watchdog were out of Order: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Pipe bomb found near playground: The Independent
David McKittrick

Severe threat from IRA splinter groups: Londonderry Sentinel

Terror group lifts prison death threat: UTV

Wilson says McArdle would not meet adviser review terms: BBC

Parties at odds over adviser checks: Belfast Telegraph

Orange Hall blaze 'was arson' – PSNI: UTV

Not your average day job: BBC
Mark Devenport

O Donnghaile lays Somme wreath: Belfast Telegraph

Audit office 'concern' over payments granted by OFMDFM: BBC

Crew 'diverted from Orange blaze': Belfast Telegraph

Man admitted UVF man's Tesco knifing: UTV

Garda 'unease' over possibility of IRA mole, tribunal told: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Irish government won't 'hinder' Breen/Buchanan inquiry: BBC

Concern for family of RUC man 'insulting': The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien and Harry McGee

Breen/Buchanan murder inquiry hears of IRA mole unease: BBC

Calling time on Smithwick inquiry: The Irish Times
Editorial

Council – We're not anti-loyalist: The News Letter

I admire McAleese, but I'm glad her Presidency is coming to an end (Jun 30): Irish Examiner
Steven King

A voice to unite the country?: The Irish Times

Commemoration at Duleek monument: Drogheda Independent

Politicians pay tribute to voice of broadcasting in the North: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Talkback's David Dunseith 'gave Disappeared a voice': BBC

David Dunseith – Former policeman who became an arresting interviewer (Jul 1): Belfast Telegraph
Eddie McIlwaine

Healy-Rae saga gives North even more reason to look down on us: The Irish Times
Donald Clarke

Iris developer Ken Campbell fights bankruptcy: BBC

Battle of the Boyne forgotten as banter turns to Aras assault: Irish Independent
Lise Hand

Republic of Ireland's Alex Bruce opts to switch to NI: BBC

'Common' schools best in transmitting civic values (Jun 24): The Irish Times
Tom Hickey

Irish message for Kashmir: The Asian Age
Kishwar Desai

Lessons learned from Ireland (Jun 29): MinnesotaDaily.com
David Steinberg

Glasgow police warn 'bigots' amid fears of Orange Order violence: The Independent
Jonathan Brown

Alex Salmond tells Queen that independence is 'looming': The Scotsman
Scott MacNab

No need to decode Alex Salmond's blatant message to the Queen: Daily Telegraph
Alan Cochrane

Friday, July 1

Al Hutchinson's 'weak leadership' criticised in report: BBC

Bosses' pay row at policing watchdog 'demoralised staff': Belfast Telegraph

Report on RUC murders released: UTV

Shatter 'interfered with inquiry' Judge accuses Justice Minister of undermining probe into RUC murders: Irish Independent
Dearbhail McDonald

Shatter denies Smithwick Tribunal interference: RTE

Smithwick Tribunal – Garda boss 'had no interest in mole report': The News Letter

Gardaí 'surprised' that RUC officers used minor road: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Smithwick must interview 115 witnesses: Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

Doubts about tribunal deadline: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Police clarify position on Kingsmills: UTV

Kingsmills 'cold case' status angers families: The News Letter

'Viable' device found near PSNI station: IrishTimes.com
Pamela Duncan

Pompous paramilitaries paint a pathetic picture: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

The challenge loyalism faces is within its ranks: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Drumcree Orangemen meet with Paterson: The News Letter

Orange Order's Drumcree protest parades to double despite warnings: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Defenders' parade decision imminent: Impartial Reporter

Apprentice Boys play down police report: Londonderry Sentinel

Parading body 'bullies' rapped: The News Letter

Critics didn't fancy Francie Molloy, but Speaker's seat awaits: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Probe after children searched by PSNI during minibus day trip: Belfast Telegraph
Connla Young

Damien McLaughlin jailed over dissident weapons haul: BBC

Man charged over Ronan Kerr social network comments: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

A matter of opinion, but not of fact: Irish Echo
Gerry Adams

O'Dowd decides to withdraw from presidential contest: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Why I'm not running for Irish president – a tough decision to pull out of contest: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

EU President says new bridge is a symbol of hope: Derry Journal

Sinn Fein mayor not leading Somme tribute in Belfast: BBC

Ex-lord mayor was 'gobsmacked' when Queen agreed visit: Irish Examiner
Sean O'Riordan



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