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Sunday, July 15

Fury as police chief 'fails to blame republicans': The News Letter

Gerry Adams seeks Orange Order meeting: Belfast Telegraph

Curran 'relieved' at peaceful Newry Orange parade: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Abrupt end to live radio interview: The News Letter

Four men are remanded in custody over Belfast riots: RTE

Chief constable's ultimatum welcome: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Man held over attempted murder of PSNI officer: RTE

Mayor's home in 'vigilantes' swoop: Belfast Telegraph

Final man arrested in RAAD raid in Londonderry is released: BBC

McDonald describes ammunition find as 'worrying': Newry Times
Paul Malone

Funding ends as tension rises: Belfast Media

Father of UVF murder victim calls on police to remove 'paramilitary flags': Newtownabbey Times

Baggott stuck between a budget and a hard place: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

Too soon to judge Nesbitt, but a good start: The News Letter
Michael Shilliday

In NYC Martin McGuinness talks Queen Elizabeth and peace in our time – Sinn Fein leader recalls historic handshake and how old enemies change: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

Testimony of renegade Provos just won't go away, you know: Sunday Independent
John-Paul McCarthy

Keep Provo confessors away from professors: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Some victims are being shortchanged: Belfast Media
Ciara Quinn

Council back policeman's bomb compensation bid: Antrim Times

Freedom for army heroes: The News Letter

Man to collect award in honour of IRA-murdered soldier father: Sunday Independent
Don Lavery

Time to abolish Seanad and get down to real political reform (Jul 14): Irish Independent
James Downey

NI Rangers fans loyal despite demotion: UTV

Scottish Independence – Legal advice 'could sway referendum outcome' (Jul 14): The Scotsman

Britain's a long way from having a Bill of Rights: Sunday Telegraph
Alasdair Palmer

Saturday, July 14

Police vow 'significant arrests' following Belfast officer attacks after Orange Order march: The Independent
Deric Henderson

Attacks on PSNI officers 'attempted murder': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Seven men in court on riotous behaviour charges: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Loyalist band filmed outside north Belfast Catholic church: BBC

Fury at loyalist band's musical taunts outside Catholic church: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Mixed reception to Newry Orange parade: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Its colours they are fine – all over the world: Belfast Telegraph
David Hume

Why Crumlin's parade compromise is being hailed as a blueprint: BBC
Conor Macauley

A long Kesh parade: Belfast Media

'Flying flag upside down is an insult to the Queen': Newtownabbey Times

Now comrades will rain on McDonald's parade: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

Boston College's Secret Tapes Could Bring IRA Exposure and Retribution (Jul 10): The Daily Beast
Mike Giglio

US ruling reopens old 'Troubles' in Northern Ireland: Christian Science Monitor
Jason Walsh

PSNI questions three men in Derry vigilante operation: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Mayor demands apology after house raid: Derry Journal

Sectarian attack victim Paul McCauley pays for own care: BBC

Peace III project bids to promote good relations in coastal villages: Larne Times

'Violence is Never the Solution' – O'Loan: Tipperary Star

Enoch Powell, a man who never fulfilled his potential (Jun 19): Belfast Telegraph
David Shiels

Honour for soldier shot dead by IRA: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Bridges over Troubled water: The Irish Times
Edward Burke

Why do TDs need to travel to Britain?: Irish Post
Robert Mulhern

Teacher college 'committed' to training 'all faiths and none' (Jun 29): The Irish Times
Seán Flynn

Vote on Gaeltacht proposals to take place next week: RTE

McGinley appeals for cross-party support on language Bill: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Rangers banished to SFL's lowest division: The Scotsman
Natalie Walker

Rangers fans accept vote to send club to bottom tier: The Herald
Martin Williams

Can Afghanistan learn from Northern Ireland? (Jul 12): BBC
Peter Taylor

Friday, July 13

Police hurt as riots follow Orange Order parade in Belfast: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Police officers injured during violent clashes on the streets of Belfast following Orange Order parade: Daily Mail
Anthony Bond

Northern Ireland Police Say Shots Fired at Them in Belfast Riot: Bloomberg
Colm Heatley

Orange Order mounts silent parade: IrishExaminer.com

Debate will continue even after Ardoyne parade: BBC
Mark Devenport

Petrol bombs thrown in Derry disorder: UTV

Newry Orange parade passes off peacefully: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Crumlin deal sets Twelfth example: UTV

Commission was less than frank, says UUP: The News Letter

'Bile was in my throat' when Queen shook hands with Martin McGuinness, says Orange Order's Scottish grand master: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Mere handshakes would not 'wipe away the tears': The Irish Times
Una Bradley

Grandmaster slams 'genocidal conflict': Londonderry Sentinel

Some Protestants sneer at Twelfth – Imperial Grand Master tells rally: Ballymoney Times

Twelfth parades – Keady sums up divisions but day goes without hitch: Belfast Telegraph
Victor Gordon

A display of unionism's diverse nature: The Irish Times
Una Bradley

Marching Season In Northern Ireland – Who Are The Orangemen?: International Business Times
Palash R. Ghosh

President warns of 'malign agendas' on North: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Catholic, Protestant teens from Northern Ireland serve side by side in Arlington: Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Susan Schrock

Embattled UDA boss Jackie McDonald bids to heal Twelfth remarks row: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Jackie, fancy telling UDA to disperse instead?: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Britain fears IRA terror threat to London Olympics: The Irish Sun
Gary Meneely

Suspect device causes disruption in Ballymena: Belfast Telegraph

Man injured in west Belfast shooting: BBC

Masked gang beat man with hammers in north Belfast: BBC

Man arrested in 'major' RAAD raid: UTV

An avalanche of debate: BBC
Mark Devenport

Why I support a Bloody Sunday probe by police: The News Letter

RUC murderer's release ruling reversed: UTV

Smithwick Tribunal told informants are 'lowest calibre of human being': BBC

Corrigan denies knowing IRA man: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Stand up for real journalism: The News Letter
Nick Garbutt

Court ruling on the release of Boston College's IRA tapes a disaster: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Editorial

Yobs who stole Warrington IRA child bomb victim memorial escape prosecution after saying sorry to parents: Daily Mail
Simon Tomlinson

Rangers fan who posted vile rant on Facebook calling for Celtic boss Neil Lennon to be bombed avoids jail: Scottish Daily Record
Ashlie McAnally

Rangers – SFL clubs face dilemma over admission vote: BBC
Clive Lindsay

Thursday, July 12

Minor scuffles as Orange Order parade passes through Ardoyne: RTE

Decision on Ardoyne parade appalling, says MP: The News Letter

Parade deadline will be enforced, says PSNI: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Orange Order says it has peaceful solution to Ardoyne march ruling: BBC

Why a question of timing has Ardoyne on edge: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Ten arrests after Broadway trouble: UTV

Residents raise flag concern ahead of contentious Newry Orange parade: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Crumlin residents appeal for calm on Twelfth: Antrim Times

Disorder breaks out in Portadown: UTV

Twelfth powder keg – Northern Ireland politicians under fire for stoking tensions: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Discussion is aim of Parades Commission: BBC

Street theatre and menu demonstrations planned for Orangefest: BBC

Belfast shops hoping for Orangefest bonanza on the Twelfth: Belfast Telegraph
Nadejda Vidinova

Stakes are high for Northern Ireland's reputation: BBC
Mark Simpson

Don't let Twelfth be a day of shame: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Protest at police reinforcements plan for Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph

Angry UDA chiefs rush to condemn senior loyalist Jackie McDonald over Twelfth comments: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown and Alan Murray

Ex-UDA leader defends Twelfth stance: UTV

Graffiti attacks 'will not destroy community relations': Banbridge Leader

Orange hall reopens after sectarian attack: The News Letter

Riot charge over Queen visit trouble: UTV

Van hijacked in hoax bomb alert in Lurgan: BBC

Police killer Martin Corey remains in jail as bail ruling halted: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Rumours of Fountain mockery of Bloody Sunday dead untrue: Londonderry Sentinel

History must not be rewritten – Hume: Antrim Times

Confidentiality Right Rejected (Jul 9): InsideHigherEd.com
Scott Jaschik

Muzzles on campus: Boston Phoenix
Harvey Silvergate

Terrorist tapes may come back to haunt Adams: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

Irish senator calls on Trina Vargo to resign if she won't attend Foreign Affairs Committee: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
James O'Shea

Belfast-born MP in eye of Lords reform storm tells of regret at quitting his post: Belfast Telegraph

Scottish independence – Yes-No vote question snub for unionists: The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

Wednesday, July 11

US ruling might affect peace process, Costello says: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Boston tapes facing more legal hurdles: The News Letter
Michael McGlade

Links to past under attack: The Scotsman
Peter Geoghegan

Northern Ireland conflict archives should not fall into police hands: Guardian.co.uk
Anthony McIntyre

BC decision should lead others to amend oral-history pacts: Boston Globe
Editorial

Martin Corey must remain in jail ahead of appeal: BBC

SoS to appeal Corey decision: UTV

Sinn Fein fury at 'interfering' Owen Paterson: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Peter Robinson – Parades Commission is part of the problem: Belfast Telegraph
Anna Maguire

Orange Order in legal bid to change Belfast parade ruling: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Ardoyne Twelfth Orange parade – legal aid sought for judicial review: BBC

Anger rises as Ardoyne parade looms closer: The News Letter

Ardoyne – 'It's not a matter of if there'll be trouble, but when ...': Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Talks held over Crumlin parade dispute: UTV

No return march on Drumcree Sunday: Belfast Telegraph

Willie Frazer for Ballykeel 2 bonfire night: Ballymena Times

Twelfth is the worst day of my year, says UDA boss: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

One-way Orange march comments 'irresponsible': The News Letter

Who are the Orangemen? (Jul 9): BBC

Orangemen must march in South – Order's history is in the Republic (Jul 9): (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Law must get tough on Twelfth rioters: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Flag etiquette should be reciprocated – Ní Shiadhail: Mid Ulster Mail

Corrigan denies making up conspiracy claims at Smithwick: RTE

Hume 'humbled' by honour: Derry Journal

Fight the flight – SF Youth (Jul 8): Derry Journal

Voting on Europe (Jul 9): The Irish Times
Editorial

Lords reform plans divide Northern Ireland MPs, as NIO aide Conor Burns quits: BBC
Stephen Walker

Yes camp still has time on its side (Jul 9): The Herald
Editorial

Tuesday, July 10

Parades Commission head appeals for calm over Orange Order Twelfth marches: BBC

Ardoyne parade ruling could be challenged in court: The News Letter
Michael McGlade

Orange Order Ardoyne parade decision protested by loyalists: BBC

Poots in plea to SF on parade protest: The News Letter

Orangemen protest over Crumlin decision: UTV

Call for calm ahead of 12 July marches: RTE

Graduates can show Orange Order new road to the future: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Fury as flags are removed: Coleraine Times

Can Nesbitt halt his party's decline?: The News Letter
Alex Kane

RUC men's killer given unconditional bail: UTV

Northern Ireland secretary orders re-arrest of republican: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Northern Secretary accused of overruling prisoner release: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

IRA killer whose licence was revoked must be freed – judge: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Martin McGuinness relative loses stop-and-search legal case: Belfast Telegraph

McGuinness blasts 'Sunday' distraction: Derry Journal

Jean McConville family hails ruling by US court that IRA tapes must be given to PSNI: Belfast Telegraph
Anna Maguire

Kelly to meet with PSNI over murder: Lurgan Mail

Smithwick Tribunal sessions near end: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

A judge's request – in the messy real world (Jun 21): Derry Journal
Eamonn McCann

US TV giant in Bloody Sunday gaffe – Victims branded 'IRA protesters' on ABC: Derry Journal
Julieann Campbell

Who could write script for when Marty met Elizabeth? (Jul 3): Belfast Telegraph
Nuala McKeever

Proposal to split HE and bring in UK associations: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Irish language and Ulster Scots strategies to be published for consultation: Londonderry Sentinel

£4.2m boost for peace building plan: Belfast Telegraph

Debt-free Celtic attracted fund manager investment: The Herald
Tim Sharp

Cheats should never prosper – but they do: The Scotsman
Hugh Reilly

Holding fire on the referendum (Jul 7): The Herald
Editorial

Monday, July 9

IRA bomber Dolours Price's testimony must be handed to police, US court rules: Daily Telegraph
Duncan Gardham

Legal team seeks to stop PSNI getting IRA tapes: The Irish Times
Una Bradley

Jean McConville's family welcome IRA Boston ruling: BBC

Morrow welcomes Boston tapes ruling: Tyrone Times

Does secret tape link Adams to IRA killing? Family of murder victim hope to end 40-year mystery: Daily Mail
Daniel Bates and Mike Browne

Disclosure of IRA testimony held in Boston could stall search for truth: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

US Supreme Court appeal possible in Boston College IRA case: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

SF 'disappointment' at Angela: Belfast Media
Gráinne Brinkley

Ardoyne protest one hour after march: UTV

Annual Drumcree parade passes without incident: The Irish Times
Una Bradley

Parkmount Arch sparks stand-off over flags: Portadown Times

Short Strand quiet as loyalists riot: Belfast Media
Gráinne Brinkley

Stormont strategy for shared future put on hold... again (Jul 6): Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Sectarian graffiti 'not representative' of area: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Poor, sectarian NI costs £1.5b extra to run: Londonderry Sentinel

Crossing the divide to sample a taste of Canada (Jul 3): Belfast Telegraph
Clare Weir

Threat of 'vigilantes' over fuel sludge: The Irish Times
Patsy McArdle

Summertime, and the livin' is easy ... if you are an MLA (Jul 5): Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

UK engagement with EU is central to Irish interests: The Irish Times
Gavin Barrett

Britain on the sidelines: Daily Telegraph
Editorial

Rangers in crisis – Gordon Smith believes 'there is a lot of anti-Rangers feeling out there': Scottish Daily Record
Scott McDermott

Craig Bellamy shuns politics to focus on playing for GB Olympic team: The Scotsman
Simon Peach

Orange marches in Glasgow lead to 36 arrests: BBC

Sectarian offences fall at Orange parades in Glasgow: The Scotsman
Tristan Stewart-Robertson

Pro-Union camp sees lead in poll extend to 20 points: The Herald
Michael Settle

Sunday, July 8

Drumcree parade a 'dead duck' say Garvaghy residents: Portadown Times

Orange March goes off without incident in Rossnowlagh: Donegal Democrat

Sinn Fein's Scientology is the cult of 'moving on': Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Boston College IRA interviews must be given to PSNI by next month: TheJournal.ie

Price interview to be handed over: UTV

Kennedy confirms initial Kingmills meeting: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Shatter to meet families of Omagh bombing victims: Sunday Independent
Alan Murray

People paid nothing towards Belleek pottery gift: Londonderry Sentinel

Alliance complaint to Equality Commission over top posts: Carrick Times

Hain case decision 'entirely mine' says attorney general (Jul 5): BBC

Vince Vaughn's Belfast murals documentary set for Galway Film Fleadh: Belfast Telegraph
Anna Maguire

Belfast and Dublin Lord Mayors join in war remembrance: BBC

Lords reform – Where do Northern Ireland's MPs stand? (Jul 6): BBC
Stephen Walker

Enda Kenny pushes back vote on Seanad (Jul 5): Irish Independent
Fionnán Sheahan

Bradley welcomes Irish language strategy: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Yes, we can save Irish – but there's no point trying to spread it (Jul 4): TheJournal.ie
Ian Mac Eochagáin

Teaching from within religion is an influential force for good (Jun 30): The Irish Times
Breda O'Brien

Loyalist and Republican bands march to very different tunes, so how did Roddy Buchanan splice the two sides of the sectarian divide?: Scotland on Sunday
Susan Mansfield

No place for Euro in independence (Jun 30): The Scotsman
Brian Monteith

Scotland's royal respect (Jul 7): The Herald
Editorial

Church of England snub for the BNP: The Scotsman

Saturday, July 7

Boston College can't keep IRA materials confidential: Boston Globe
Derek J. Anderson

McGuinness must also be investigated – Robinson: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Robinson slams Bloody Sunday probe: UTV

Mixed reaction to Bloody Sunday murder probe: The Irish Times
Una Bradley

McGuinness must face inquiry – MP: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

An avalanche of debate: BBC
Mark Devenport

No reason to delay inquiry: MorningStarOnline.co.uk

Kennedy 'confident' on massacre families talks: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

No Drumcree resolution in sight: The News Letter

Parades Commission imposes conditions on Crumlin 12th parade: Ulster Star

Parade ruling 'appalling and outrageous' say DUP: The News Letter
Michael McGlade

Rossnowlagh to host annual Twelfth of July Orange Order parade: BBC

Time to give this annual spree its marching orders: Belfast Telegraph
Robin Wilson

Residents angered as flags are put up in development: Ulster Star

What price do we put on the life of a policeman?: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

Explosives accused is refused bail: Derry Journal

IRA medals may lead to cuts in funding: Tyrone Times

Ceremony to honour Irish people involved in past wars: RTE

Lessons learnt: Belfast Media
Jude Collins

Papal knighthood conferred on John Hume for peace work: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Shambolic start to schools strategy: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

New Irish language website is launched – a unique insight into life in Northern Ireland (Jun 25): Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Jane Walsh

Bi-lingual cards 'symbolic and respectful': Londonderry Sentinel

Peter Hain hails move to bin 'archaic' law on contempt (Jul 3): Belfast Telegraph
Trevor Mason

Ireland not 'different' enough for UK visitors (Jun 30): The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

Celtic boss Neil Lennon admits he expects Rangers' absence from SPL to 'bite' Parkhead club financially: Scottish Daily Record

Police warning on hate crime before today's Orange parades: The Herald

Tiny Shetland rock is not a breakaway state, rules judge: The Scotsman

Cameron under pressure to stage vote on independence: The Herald
Michael Settle and Kate Devlin

Friday, July 6

Bloody Sunday murder inquiry to be launched: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Bloody Sunday soldiers could face murder charges as police announce criminal investigation: Daily Telegraph
Gordon Rayner

Bloody Sunday probe could take years: UTV

40 years on, millions in compensation for Bloody Sunday families: Daily Mail
Steve Doughty

Martin McGuinness – handshake over now for the future: Irish Post
Robert Mulhern and Murray Morse

Sinn Fein duo in talks with top UDA figures: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

When the UVF and the IRA sat down for talks: Belfast Telegraph
Roy Garland

Orange Order march must pass Ardoyne earlier than previous years – Parades Commission: RTE

Contentious parade could affect traffic: Impartial Reporter

Bigoted Orange Order should be banned from marching in Dublin – Anti-Catholic hatred they spout has no place in modern Ireland: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Patrick Roberts

Orange sashes, white chargers for July 12 King Bill parade (Jul 5): Smith Falls (Ontario) EMC
Desmond Devoy

DUP Lord Mayor's delight at launching annual Feile an Phobail: Belfast Telegraph
Amanda Poole

Our young Mayor fails to talk the talk: Belfast Media
Máirtín Ó Muilleoir

Policing body backs constable's injury case: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Crime wave that is bankrolling terror: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Derry man Anthony Friel on explosive charges: BBC

Grandson of ex-SF councillor Burke on gun and IRA charge: Evening Herald
Andrew Phelan

INLA gang 'threatened to kill man' over £35,000: BBC

Man, 52, arrested for trafficking in weapons: RTE

Decision on IRA interviews 'imminent': The Irish Times
Una Bradley

Ex-Provo's life is at risk over IRA tapes row, court to be told (Jul 5): (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Suzanne Breen

Oireachtas address – A welcome visitor (Jul 4): Irish Examiner
Editorial

John Hume is honoured with papal knighthood: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

McAleese a cut above the rest as she accepts peace prize: Irish Independent
Barry Duggan

Territorial Army to get Freedom of Ballymoney: Ballymoney Times

Reinstate George Mitchell Scholarship funding: Bangor Daily News
Benjamin Cote

Demise of 'Hearts Minds' reflects post-Troubles era (Jul 2): The Irish Times
Una Bradley

Unraveling of Glasgow Rangers Jeopardizes Entire League: New York Times
Rob Hughes

Reluctant devolutionists must exercise an element of caution (Jun 21): The Scotsman
John Curtice

The Lords will provide – Bishops paid up to £27,000 for attending Parliament (Jun 21): The Independent
Oliver Wright and Melanie Newman

I'm a Europhile – but I'm not afraid of an EU referendum: The Independent
Mary Dejevsky

Thursday, July 5

Second SF minister in 'jobs for Catholics' row: The News Letter

Formation of new North-South parliamentary association: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Loyal Orders' banner parade record attempt: BBC
Julian Fowler

In name of 1916, Orange Order marches into history: Irish Independent
Maurice Hayes

Why the Orange Order's no longer the Protestant voice: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

'Cool heads' call as republicans erect flags at interface: Londonderry Sentinel

Chef 'bit' officer's leg at Somme march: UTV

PSNI chief admits difficulties in probing bonfire attack by 20 masked men: Londonderry Sentinel

Kingsmills relatives to meet Taoiseach official: The News Letter

Four police witnesses contest no anonymity ruling for IRA man's inquest: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Smithwick Tribunal told claims garda colluding with IRA 'manufactured': BBC

Two people separately identified ex-garda as informer: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Secret hunger strike documents released: BBC

Politician's grandson in Glock arrest linked to Panda murder: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

Ritchie presses for answers on secret courts: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Rapturous applause from 22,000 for extraordinary monarch (Jun 28): The News Letter

Her Majesty just got a £6m pay rise: Derry Journal
Eamonn McCann

Marty and Morsi need quiet word – Handshake tips could help (Jul 2): (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Between Belfast and Jerusalem – what's in a handshake? (Jun 28): Haaretz
Anshel Pfeffer

Flawed Gaeltacht Bill in need of brave revision (Jul 3): The Irish Times
Donncha Ó hÉallaithe

McFeely's bankruptcy bid put on hold in London: Irish Independent

Why The Open will come to Portrush (Jul 3): Belfast Telegraph
Steven Beacom

Celtic – Why we voted Rangers out: The Herald
Martin Williams

Rangers – SFA chief Stewart Regan clarifies "social unrest" concerns: BBC

Team Anglo-Wales: UTV
Michael Law

Time the Kirk spoke out on the real issues (Jul 4): The Herald
Alan Taylor

Forget independence, same-sex marriage is the hottest potato for Scottish politicians (Jul 4): The Scotsman
Eddie Barnes

'Better together' must learn from unionist mistakes (Jun 26): The Scotsman
Editorial

Britain needs a vote on Europe – but not now: Guardian.co.uk
Timothy Garton Ash

Wednesday, July 4

'Giant step' as NI leaders shake hands: UTV

Let Orangemen march through Dublin, Irish parliament told: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Support for Orange Parade in Dublin: The News Letter

Protestant community's difficulties emphasised: The Irish Times
Jimmy Walsh & Mary Minihan

Orange Order would welcome Republic in Commonwealth: The News Letter

Orange order of business at the Seanad: Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

Orange parade will place residents under house arrest – Brady: The Cross Examiner

Is it Orangefest or vodka and Orangefest?: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Wolsey

Graffiti attack on Orange hall in north Belfast: BBC

Sinn Fein slams 'bigots' who paint-bombed hall: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Apprentice Boys Hall damaged in paint bomb attack: Derry Journal

Flying the flags (nearly) (Jul 1): Belfast Media

Sign of changed times as diplomats part ways: The News Letter
Sam McBride

McGuinness is 'a traitor': Derry Journal

Rally support for Marian Price: Newtownabbey Times

Suspected dissident held: The Irish Times
Conor Lally

McGuinness rules out Foyle MP contention: Derry Journal

Ex-IRA man Gerry McGeough's royal pardon appeal rejected: BBC

Seven charged after east Belfast trouble: BBC

Ardoyne rioter given jail term: UTV

Hardline Thatcher 'put IRA back into business': Derry Journal

Smithwick Tribunal told saving smuggler within 'gift' of garda sergeant: BBC
Julie Kirby

PSNI lifts secrecy on key police document: The Irish Times

King Billy's return an artistic bid to regenerate Belfast's Sandy Row: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

Peer presses the questions matter: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Moseley

Rangers in crisis – Fans would rather see own team go bust than newco in SPL: Scottish Daily Record
David Taylor and Keith McLeod

Jennings and Gillespie slam Pearce after no Northern Ireland players make Olympics squad: Belfast Telegraph
Graham Luney

'Failures' of Kirk attacked by Orange Order (Jul 3): The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Scottish independence – SNP has failed to open any talks with UK government bodies on independence: The Scotsman
Scott Macnab

Little Englanders will hasten the end of the UK: The Scotsman
Allan Massie

Europe – There's only one question: 'Are we in or out?' (Jul 2): Daily Telegraph
Philip Johnston

Tuesday, July 3

MP's horror at Queen, McGuinness meeting: The News Letter
Sam McBride

This handshake was for Sinn Fein's slow learners: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Miriam meets Martin – again: Evening Herald
Pat Stacey

Martin and Miriam's rematch is a success: Irish Independent

Officers on way to work are on duty, says PSNI chief: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Law may change after injured PSNI officer snubbed: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

Unionist politicians call for 'tolerance and respect' for Newry Orange parade: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Ardoyne parade mediators unable to broker deal: BBC

Marchers remember Fallen from Battle of the Somme: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

Four police hurt after Belfast parade: UTV

Judge issues prison warning to would-be Twelfth rioters: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Higgins

Sectarian attack forces family out: Mid Ulster Mail

PUP defends the flying of 'historic' UVF flags: Belfast Telegraph

So what's good for the goose is bad for the gander: Belfast Media

Man wins appeal against conviction over IRA links: The Irish Times

King Billy portrait replaces UFF mural on Sandy Row: BBC

Drew Nelson to make first Orange Order Seanad address: RTE

Welcome for Orange Order is one step on long journey: Irish Examiner
Gerard Howlin

Pope visit to NI 'in near future': UTV

Papal visit speculation dismissed: IrishTimes.com
Patsy McGarry

No Scottish or Northern Ireland players as Team GB football squad is announced for the Olympics: The Independent
Martyn Ziegler

McFeely tells UK courts he has less than €6,000 in cash: Irish Independent
Dearbhail McDonald

Scottish independence – the view from Belfast: New Statesman
James Maxwell

Republic plans protest: The Herald

Scottish independence – Unionist campaign can't match Alex Salmond's charisma, says Michael Portillo: The Scotsman
Andrew Whitaker

We need to be clear about the best way of getting what is best for Britain (Jul 1): Sunday Telegraph
David Cameron

Ireland can calm British doubts about EU, says Ambassador: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

'Life outside the EU holds no terror for me' (Jun 30): Daily Telegraph
Liam Fox

Should there be a referendum on the European Union? It is too soon to say (Jul 1): Guardian.co.uk
Douglas Alexander

Dangerous referendum talk costs UK credibility: The Independent
Editorial

She's still our Queen for a' that: Daily Telegraph
Allan Massie

Monday, July 2

Martin McGuinness announces all Ireland political forum: RTE

Martin McGuinness refuses to confirm if IRA will say sorry to its victims of Troubles: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Houston and John Mulgrew

McGuinness – IRA not apologising: Irish Examiner
June McEnroe

Meet Sinn Féin's latest and deadliest weapon – celebrity: The Irish Times
Ann Marie Hourihane

What is the future for the IRA?: Digital Journal
Paul Iddon

Reconciliation requires more than cosmetic handshakes (Jul 1): Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Sign of Peace – Handshake in Belfast between queen, IRA leader is profound: Syracuse Post-Standard
Editorial

Martin McGuinness – Mistakes of past can't be repeated: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Leonard calls for a united Ireland: Coleraine Times

'Flags will be taken down by end of July': Newtownabbey Times

Behind the flag protest: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

PSNI officer refused compensation for bomb injuries: TheDetail.tv
Barry McCaffrey

Sense must prevail: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Omagh relatives get boost in bomb inquiry campaign: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley Houston

Two Dreamers: Irish Echo

Our Queen of hearts has left diamond memories: The News Letter

State represented at Somme ceremony in Belfast: The Irish Times

Time for our young to forget the slogans of the civil war (Jun 27): Evening Herald
Con Houlihan

NI ruling affects summonses on residents in Republic: The Irish Times
Pamela Duncan

Bilingual surveys in the Glens: Ballymoney Times

Ballycarry calls for closer links to develop Ulster Scots: Larne Times

Foras na Gaeilge ditches funding plan: The Irish Times
Pól Ó Muirí

Rangers in crisis – SFL insider reveals 20 clubs could go the wall if they don't accept newco into their ranks: Scottish Daily Record
Hugh Keevins

Alex Salmond devo max stance muddies poll waters, say Unionists: The Scotsman
Scott Macnab

Scots deserve devo max option (Jul 1): Sunday Herald
Editorial

Loving Scotland doesn't mean hating the Union (Jun 25): Daily Telegraph
Editorial

UK vote on leaving EU could scupper SNP plans: The Scotsman
Editorial

Sunday, July 1

IRA apology claims linked to reconciliation talks – Martin McGuinness: RTE

The IRA killed my grandfather, but I'm glad the Queen met their man: Sunday Telegraph
Tim Knatchbull

'I recognise the loss you suffered' – Martin McGuinness spoke of IRA murder of her cousin Earl Mountbatten during their historic meeting: Daily Mail

Handshake is but a step forward – now Sinn Fein must earn trust (Jun 30): Irish Independent
James Downey

Historic handshake that allows Ulster to take the next step: Scotland on Sunday
Euan McColm

I recall what Martin McGuinness lent his hand to: Sunday Telegraph
Jenny McCartney

McGuinness embraces his defeat: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Royal reversal is welcome – even if it was for selfish reasons (Jun 28): Irish Independent
Fionnán Sheahan

The Wearing of the Green: New York Times
Maureen Dowd

Show of hands not enough to end sectarian divisions: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

Handshake marks a crucial milestone (Jun 28): The Herald
Editorial

Ulster says yes to a new beginning (Jun 28): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

A moment of deep symbolism (Jun 28): Irish Independent
Editorial

Conor Murphy 'hasn't a sectarian bone' says McGuinness: BBC

Whiterock Parade passes off peacefully: UTV

Loyalist flags at shops and chapel: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Claims of IRA disruption at Strabane court: Londonderry Sentinel

Kidnap victim beaten by hammer gang: Belfast Telegraph

State still a 'cold house for Unionists': Sunday Independent
John Drennan

In times of conflict the Press must retain neutrality: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Connolly

Open will keep links to North: Sunday Independent
Dermot Gilleece

Irish Open goes with a swing – next stop the British Open?: BBC
Mark Simpson

It's not just Rangers' fans who should mourn: The Observer
Kevin McKenna

Shetland asks if independence vote is chance to break away from Scotland: Guardian.co.uk
Tracy McVeigh

'There's a huge knock-on effect' – call for cap on Orange Order parades in Fife: Tayside and Fife Courier

'It's time to open the door and consider a referendum' – Cameron to give Britain a vote on Europe: Daily Mail
Simon Walters



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