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Sunday, July 14

Sinn Fein feels heat over haul of 'decommissioned' Semtex: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Call for IRA weapons probe: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Belfast – loyalists clash with police in second night of violence: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Officer hit by petrol bomb in city clashes: UTV

Blame game begins over Twelfth anarchy: Belfast Telegraph
Michelle Smyth

Police release aerial footage of Belfast violence: Sunday Telegraph

PSNI Chief Constable Matt Baggott slams Orange Order over Ardoyne protest call: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Erecting sectarian and paramilitary flags 'not criminal but wrong' says Norther Ireland's top police officer: Independent on Sunday
Lesley-Anne McKeown

PSNI chief calls in more UK police to help tackle 'shameful' loyalist riots: Sunday Independent
Alan Murray

Scots police – cutbacks put us on frontline to face violence in Belfast: Sunday Herald
Rachel Loxton

Grand Master clashes with Orange hecklers: The News Letter

Groundhog Day at Drumcree parade: Portadown Times

Protestant who pulled Virgin Mary from bonfire shows respect still survives: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Loyalist violence is yet another disaster for unionism: The News Letter
Editorial

Union Flag call at Scarva sham fight: UTV

City Hall row fuels tension that shows no sign of flagging: Sunday Herald
Rachel Loxton

Flags dispute as Lurgan flutters with emblems: Lurgan Mail

UVF flags spark controversy: Dromore Leader

Man arrested after Orange Hall set alight: The News Letter
Aine Fox

Former terror chief Johnny 'Mad Dog' Adair arrested over alleged attack on UDA pal in Irvine: Scottish Daily Record
Lindsey Archibald

Adams faces quiz over murder of McConville: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack and John Drennan

Boston saga proves law trumps academic works (Jul 10): Belfast Telegraph
Jim Dee

Ghosts of past won't leave us in peace: Sunday Independent
Emer O'Kelly

The Boston Tapes of wrath – British securocrats' agenda to dismantle the peace process: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Editorial

Shooting of Derry teen was 'unjustified in law': Derry Journal

TD Ming brings financial adviser to Dail: Sunday Independent
Daniel McConnell

Time Stormont was shored up by new tenants (Jul 10): Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Belfast 'nightmare' looms over Euro match protest: The Sun
Robert McAulay

Kinship...but no quarter for Celtic in Cliftonville Euro showdown: Sunday Herald
Stewart Fisher

McIlroy, a Native Son, Divides Ireland: New York Times
Karen Crouse

'Flat-lining' tourism strategy needs rethink: Irish News
Simon Cunningham

Why Queen Mary was the key to William's kingship in England (Jul 12): The News Letter
Ian Paisley

Alex Salmond – 'independence will come on a tide of rising expectations': The Observer
Kevin McKenna

Time to think big on independence (Jul 12): The Scotsman
Alex Massie

Saturday, July 13

Violence erupts in Belfast after Orangemen blocked from Ardoyne: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty, Dan Griffin

DUP MP Nigel Dodds hit by brick as water cannon is used by police during sectarian violence in Belfast: The Independent
Michael McHugh , Lesley-Anne McKeown

Dodds 'conscious' after Belfast violence injury: ITV.com

Police in Belfast fire plastic bullets to quell riots: The Guardian
Henry McDonald and Ben Quinn

Violence unjustified, says Robinson: Belfast Telegraph

Petrol bombs thrown in east Belfast: UTV

Martin McGuinness calls Orange Order 'a disgrace': The News Letter

Order defends playing Sash at church: UTV

Belfast marchers held back by riot police: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Ardoyne 12th morning: Belfast Media

Sammy Wilson – violence could ruin economic revival: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Derry peaceful parades 'beacon' for troubled areas: Derry Journal
Ian Cullen

Call to stand firm against war on culture and heritage: Londonderry Sentinel

Grand Master leads blistering Orange riposte to DUP on Maze: The News Letter
Sam McBride

'Bonfire death threat' targets SDLP MLA: UTV

The Twelfth – Man charged with petrol bomb and riot offences: Belfast Telegraph

Band wins rare legal victory over Parades Commission: The News Letter

Ross Kemp talks to NI police chiefs: UTV

'Lot of hard work' behind Twelfth demonstration: Carrick Times

The 'Twelfth' and what it means to Orange Order members: The Irish Times

Loyalists ask us to respect their flag as they burn everyone else's?: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Patrick Roberts

For commission to pander to dissidents is unforgivable: The News Letter
Editorial

Still playing the orange card: Derry Journal
Editorial

We cannot let the extremists hijack our future: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

'Derry has a lot to teach in hope and positivity': Derry Journal

Paint attack on Bellaghy Orange hall: Mid Ulster Mail
Michael McGlade

Dodgeville man detained in Northern Ireland after pipe-bomb attack: Channel3000.com

Omagh bombing suspect on life support after falling off roof: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Kennedy welcomes unveiling of new Kingsmills Memorial: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Sinn Fein annouce Martin Hurson Commemoration plans: Tyrone Times

Fury of cleared ex-police board chief (Jul 11): Belfast Telegraph
Deric Henderson

Irish peace projects receive £1.5m: UTV

Foster – I share no blame over PMS: The News Letter

TD Tóibín out of Sinn Fein for six months: Meath Chronicle

The edge of the (European) Union: TheDetail.tv
Andrew Coffman-Smith

Alex Salmond – we must leave UK but maintain our other unions: The Herald

The Union has helped Scotland flourish: The Scotsman
Alf Young

The 120-year-old dilemma that continues to haunt Westminster: The Independent
Seb McCarthy, Oliver Wright

Friday, July 12

Orange say Parades Commission must be ostracised by all unionists: The News Letter

I cannot overturn Belfast Orange parade decision, says Villiers: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

DUP and Parades body lock horns over Garvaghy: The News Letter

Orange protests are 'justified' – FM: UTV

Gerry Kelly urges Order not to 'heighten tensions': The News Letter

Fearing Violence, Northern Ireland Calls In Police Reinforcements: New York Times
Douglas Dalby

BBC criticised for live coverage of Orange Order march in Northern Ireland: The Independent
Ian Burrell

100% increase on Eleventh night fire calls: UTV

Loyalists all fired up – Union flag dispute fuels trend for even bigger Eleventh Night pyres: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

Virgin Mary holy statue rescued from bonfire: Belfast Telegraph
Colin O'Carroll

Papal effigy on top of city bonfire: Irish News

What did the Ivory Coast do to the Loyalists?: Newstalk.ie

Orangemen following King William's footsteps: Banbridge Leader

Causes for Twelfth conflict still remain the same: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Parties must show leadership over thorny parades issue: The News Letter
Nick Garbutt

Stand up for the Orangemen: The Spectator
Rod Liddle

Order must show leadership today: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Immoral Parades Commission ruling a reward for violence: The News Letter
Editorial

A society divided – Tribal hubris at the root of divisions: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Arms and explosives – including semtex – seized by police in Dublin: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

IRA seizure enough for 180 bombs, say gardai: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Dublin arms find included Provisional IRA weapons: RTE

Gardai hail dissident weapons seizure: The News Letter

Dissidents intent on adding fuel to the fire: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

DUP politician reiterates claims against Brimstone: Impartial Reporter

'McCausland has serious questions to answer', blasts Bradley: Newry Times
Paul Malone

It's time for Stormont to develop a maturity: Belfast Telegraph
John McAllister

McCallister stands in way of petition abuse: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Sen. Menendez asks secretary of State for help in release of IRA interviews: The Hill
Jordy Yager

'Dissident threat to witness in Coalisland': Tyrone Times

Wisconsin student detained by police in Northern Ireland: CBS58.com
Michele McCormack

Officials Repudiate Police Effort To Probe Ulster Violence: TheWildGeese.com
Ed Moloney

Lairdie Lairdie: Village
Frank Connolly

Working together with RESPECT: Londonderry Sentinel

Would-be Canadian citizens set to fight oath to Queen: Toronto Globe and Mail
Jeff Gray

Abortion vote – A changed and changing Ireland (Jul 10): Irish Examiner
Editorial

Are you English or British? Identity crisis in UK as MPs battle out constitutional reforms: Daily Express
Charlotte Meredith

Trident submarine base - No 10 disowns MoD's Faslane sovereignty proposal: The Guardian
Nicholas Watt

Beware Cyprus repeat at Faslane: The Scotsman
George Kerevan

Why English euroscepticism could doom the Union: News Statesman
Sunder Katwala

Thursday, July 11

Tensions rising over Twelfth of July after Orange Order parade banned from returning by Ardoyne: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Bomb found in north Belfast ahead of Orange Order parade: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Nigel Dodds thrown out of Commons chamber over parades comment: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Cromie, Lesley-Anne McKeown and David Young

Parade route decision 'must be respected' says Villiers: Belfast Telegraph

Orange leader 'praying for peace' following Ardoyne parade ban: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Loyalists and Nationalists stage Clifton Street protests over Twelfth parade decision: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Parades Commission ruling is a reward for violence, says Robinson: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Parades Commission defends Ardoyne decision: RTE

Stormont recall over parade ruling: UTV

Castlederg parade ruling 'defies all logic': The News Letter

The leaning tyres of Belfast – Protestants pile up incredible bonfires as they prepare for inflammatory celebration of Battle of the Boyne: Daily Mail
Anthony Bond

'Respect impact of bonfires on environment': Carrick Times

Ross Kemp to join Belfast Twelfth of July parade for new series of Extreme World: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

It's high tide for the marching season: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Belfast's barriers are still there, but good neighbours can make the glass look half-full: The Irish Times
Fionola Meredith

Flagpole cut down at Orange Hall near Dungannon: Tyrone Times

Hotel visits were slightly up on last year – during the flag riots: The News Letter
Adam Kula

Bill to allow for a Stormont opposition worthy of support: The News Letter
Editorial

Politicians must lead, not follow: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Sectarian attacks on memorials must stop, PUP say: Banbridge Leader

Bill proposed to allow opposition at Stormont: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Three weeks for SF adviser to appeal: UTV

Executive can set up Spotlight inquiry, says Villiers: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Richard Haas appointed U.S. peace envoy to Northern Ireland to resolve crisis: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

Britain, Ireland and the story of two peace processes: Financial Times
Bobby McDonagh

House bomb 'bid to kill police in ambush': Irish News

Trinity graduate facing trial on gun possession charges: Irish Independent
Brian Kavanagh

Trial stalled over witness threat: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Real IRA boss' pal gets new threats: The Sun

Rovers coach accused of IRA man's murder: Evening Herald
Ken Foy and Brian Kavanagh

Terror victims 'frozen out' over Maze plans: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Chief Constable under pressure to replace cold case commander: The News Letter

Avoid HET 'vacuum for victims' call: Derry Journal

Ombudsman report prompts Sean Dalton family to take legal action: Belfast Telegraph
Colin George

Fresh call for Ballymurphy panel inquiry: UTV

Ireland can't have two time zones: Leitrim Observer

Ireland interfaith gathering denied permission for shared Communion service: National Catholic Reporter
John Cooney

Two-tier Westminster votes plan 'will make our MPs second-class': Belfast Telegraph
Andrew Woodcock

To make No a positive, first resolve the English Question: The Herald
Iain Macwhirter

The uncomfortable costs of moving Trident: The Guardian
Richard Norton-Taylor

Wednesday, July 10

Taoiseach challenges Adams over 'Price Tapes': Irish Independent
Fiach Kelly, Cormac McQuinn and Allison Bray

Adams again insists he had no involvement in killing of Jean McConville: The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

Parades Commission bans return parade past Ardoyne on Twelfth: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Cromie

Anger at restrictions on Ardoyne Twelfth parade: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Senior DUP figures call for removal of Parades Commission: The Irish Times
Éanna Ó Caollaí

Political leaders issue joint warning against violence over Twelfth of July: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Cromie

Northern Ireland march call-up for Scots police: The Herald
Alison Campsie

630 extra police officers drafted in for Northern Ireland parades: Irish Independent
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Ban on return parade past Ardoyne on Twelfth – 'nuclear option' deployed ... now we await the fallout: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Should've checked the pressure – Bonfire stack piled 40ft high with tyres collapses just days before 'Eleventh Night' celebrations in Northern Ireland: Daily Mail
Nick Enoch

Intimidated residents in shadow of huge bonfires want action from MLAs: Belfast Telegraph
Anna Maguire

Bonfire power outage 'unacceptable': UTV

Beacons to be used as eco-friendly alternative to Eleventh Night bonfires in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Anna Maguire

Councillor welcomes removal of Union flags: Newtownabbey Times

Stormont Special Advisers Bill given Royal Assent: Belfast Telegraph

Release of Boston College tapes could threaten Northern Irish peace – US senator: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

Diplomat Richard Haass to lead talks on bridging divides in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown and Steven Alexander

Alliance donations law amendment defeated: BBC

European Parliament and council polls on same day: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Ardoyne device 'attempt to kill police': UTV

New pressure over HET leadership: Belfast Telegraph

RUC should have 'done more' to protect three people killed in IRA bomb: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

RUC knew flat had a bomb in it. Three died because they kept quiet: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

UUP – Blame for deaths lies with the IRA bombers, not police: The News Letter

Bomb victim's family hit out at 'lies and deception': Irish News
Lesley-Anne McKeown

PSNI disappointed that 'a number of retired officers' did not engage with Ombudsman's probe: The News Letter

Restoring our faith in Troubles probes: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

DUP accused of 'chicanery' after veto on inquiry into its minister: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

BBC – There is no DUP legal action against us: The News Letter

Democracy is turned on its head when 54-vote majority is beaten by 32 votes: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Red Sky debacle sets the clock back 40 years: Belfast Telegraph
Robin Wilson

DUP blocks inquiry: The Irish Times
Editorial

A bridge too far? Narrow Water Bridge project put on hold: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Cross-border bridge plan at Troubles site shelved due to costs: Irish Independent
Ed Carty

UKIP-TUV Euro pact unlikely – Nigel Farage: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Reality may bite for newcomer Nigel Farage: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

UKIP's commitment to Northern Ireland shames Labour: The News Letter
Editorial

The English are feeling more English and increasingly less British, report claims: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

English revolution in House of Commons – Plan to give England's MPs right to veto on issues not affecting Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland: The Independent
Oliver Wright

Tuesday, July 9

Assembly members call on Minister to stand down pending inquiry: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

McCausland rejects calls to step aside: Irish News
John Manley

NIHE 'interference' motion blocked: BBC

No DUP MLAs speak in defence of Jenny Palmer's Spad allegations: The News Letter
Sam McBride

DUP pulling no punches to defend its name: TheDetail.tv
Steven McCaffery

DUP does itself no favours in it's defence of Nelson McCausland: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Spotlight fall-out could see voters shun the ballot box: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Political chicanery is choking democracy: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

US Senator warns Boston Tapes could threaten NI peace: RTE

The Twelfth – Nationalist talks over Ardoyne parade 'unsuccessful': Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Orange leaders open to further talks with Ardoyne residents: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Band's marching song 'breaks hymn-only ruling': Irish News
Marie Louise McCrory

Orange Order parade passes peacefully on Donegall Street . . . but residents still fume: Belfast Telegraph
John Porter

Beleaguered traders in Twelfth peace plea: Belfast Telegraph

Twelfth of July can be friend or foe of Northern Ireland business: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Northern Ireland – On the Brink of a Dangerous 'Marching Season': Diplomatic Courier
John Currie

UUP hails Garda for discovery of dissident weapons cache: Belfast Telegraph

Child images accused 'fears RAAD attack': UTV

Benefit U-turn for police officer Peadar Heffron who lost leg in blast: Belfast Telegraph
Colin George

Baggott meets with head of HET: UTV

Chief of Troubles-related special unit under fire: Irish Examiner
Lesley-Anne McKeown

O'Loan – HET's task was impossible from the start: Irish News
Brian Campbell

Police Ombudsman to release report on 1988 bomb in Derry: BBC

Equality needed at Maze Shrine: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Monument unveiled to victim's of the IRA's Kingsmills massacre: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

SDLP man 'assaulted by SF councillor': UTV

Vote early, vote younger – SDLP: Belfast Telegraph

'No return to border posts if UK quits EU': Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Ukip's Farage wants tighter controls on Northern Ireland and Republic border: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Support for UK is flagging: The Scotsman
Charlie Jeffrey

As a political force Englishness is on the rise – and Labour mustn't forget it: The Guardian
Vernon Bogdanor

Murray – I will declare my hand on independence: The Herald
Hugh Macdonald

Salmond resolute in Saltire waving row: The Herald
Kate Devlin

Monday, July 8

Ardoyne parade talks break up without success: The News Letter

Order calls for talks at Drumcree march: UTV

Nationalists residents "refusing to talk" on Drumcree: The News Letter

7,000 Orange Order members march in Rossnowlagh: The Irish Times

Grand Master of the Orange Lodge praises role of authorities in Republic: Donegal Democrat

Transcripts of Dolours Price interviews handed to PSNI: The Irish Times
Fionola Meredith

Pressure on Adams grows as secret tapes handed to police: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

SF leader's version of past is insulting nonsense: Irish Independent

Baggott to meet with head of HET: UTV

Report into fatal 1988 bomb out next week (Jul 5): Derry Journal

The agonies of the Troubles continue (Jul 4): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Northern Ireland Assembly recall after BBC Spotlight allegations: BBC

Is Stormont ready for tough calls and responsibilities tax powers would bring? (Jul 2): Belfast Telegraph
John Simpson

Northern Ireland's leaders warn against UK leaving EU: Financial Times
Jamie Smyth

Life is about sharing, not stand (May 21): Belfast Telegraph
Nuala McKeever

How Gilmore's disdain for church defines his politics (Jul 5): Irish Independent
David Quinn

Lay off the British, it's our own banks forcing property sales (Jul 5): Irish Independent
Eamon Delaney

How calling yourself English rather than British means you are more likely to be wary of the EU: Daily Mail
Gerri Peev

I'm just supporting Andy, honest! Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond raises giant Saltire behind David Cameron's head in Royal Box on Centre Court: Daily Mail
Tom Kelly and Alan Roden

Sunday, July 7

IRA 'lied to Government on decommissioning': Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

PSNI get tapes of IRA interviews over McConville case: Sunday Independent
Maeve Sheehan

Revealed – Secret murder tapes that 'name' Gerry Adams over IRA execution of mother accused of passing information to British: Daily Mail
Bob Graham

Councillor welcomes removal of Union flags: Newtownabbey Times

Irish tricolours removed from council depot after almost two weeks: The News Letter

Republicans and loyalists linked to deadly drug: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Republic hosts Orange march: Sunday Independent
Paddy Clancy

Direct talks can ease tensions over north Belfast parades: The News Letter
Editorial

Suspect on IRA and ammo charges: Evening Herald
Andrew Phelan

Man arrested in dissident probe: UTV

Marian Price Free at Last (Jun 5): TheWildGeese.com
Sandy Boyer

Justice At Last For Local Man: Belfast Media

Major issues remain unresolved as Stormont term ends: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Why do proposed new laws never cross the finish line?: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Wolsey

The fight is as much political as economic: Derry Journal
Colum Eastwood

Sinn Fein member killed in Kilrea crash: Mid Ulster Mail
Michael McGlade

The old Guildhall gets an embarrassing new 'language' (Jul 3): Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Hometown Patriot – The Ulster Project (Jul 3): KPLCtv.com
John Bridges

Anti-English venom won't solve this mess (Jul 5): Irish Independent
Charlie Weston

'Legitimate questions about independence aren't negative': Sunday Herald
Blair McDougall

Better Together? Not if you're a trade unionist: Scotland on Sunday
Chris Stephens

What would be the implications for the British Museum if Scotland voted for independence? (Jun 25): Guardian.co.uk
Charlotte Higgins

Canada's independence is at stake (Jul 5): Ottawa Citizen
Philippe Lagassé

The science behind the anguish of a hunger strike (Jul 3): Los Angeles Times
Monte Morin

Saturday, July 6

Orange Order & nationalists holding parade talks: RTE

A 'Rubicon' as Orange Order agrees to face-to-face talks with residents' group: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan and Chris Kilpatrick

Orange lodges widely praised over talks with Ardoyne residents: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Drumcree review sought: Portadown Times

First July Twelfth at Rossnowlagh today: Impartial Reporter

Fear and loathing as marching season gets underway: Fermanagh Herald

Jaw-jaw, however late, better than war-war: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Outrage over town's festival funding: Ulster Star

Fountain hate crimes follow flag dispute: Derry Journal

Anger at 'heroes' comment: The News Letter

Seven men in court on IRA raps: The Sun
Natasha Reid

Dissident arms haul is 'biggest in over 10 years': Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Gang bomb plot foiled: Evening Herald
Niall O'Connor

Dissident probe trio returned to custody: UTV

Murphy calls for CIRA Newry attacks against travellers to cease: Newry Times

Police to send prosecutors file on Land Rover incident: Irish News

Gilmore – Police relations excellent: Belfast Telegraph

DUP seeks veto on assembly decision over Red Sky affair: Irish News

Nelson McCausland – Stepping aside 'bizarre suggestion': BBC
Gareth Gordon

Housing Executive whistleblower 'too stressed to think' amid row: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford and Sarah Stack

Spotlight row – Peter Robinson offers to meet DUP pair: BBC

New report finds Housing Executive still double paying contractors: TheDetail.tv
Barry McCaffrey

Storm brewing for DUP in Red Sky row: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Group to 'disengage' from HET on cases of British army killings: Derry Journal

Solicitor defends 'cold case' work of the HET: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Action needed to ensure confidence: Derry Journal
Editorial

Breige Meehan handed suspended sentence for child cruelty: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Donnelly

Victim – She shows total lack of remorse: Irish News
Allison Morris

Republic of Ireland time zone change considered in parliament: BBC

Following 'Game of Thrones' to Belfast and Beyond: New York Times
Stephanie Rosenbloom

Northern Ireland has much to offer in tourist attractions: The News Letter
Editorial

Do we want a Margaret Thatcher Day? Tory bid cut off after 87 seconds...: The Herald

Tony Blair pays tribute to father confessor who converted him to Rome: Daily Telegraph
Tim Walker

UK referendum on the EU moves a step closer: The News Letter

Police appeal over Glasgow and Coatbridge Orange Order parade: BBC

Friday, July 5

Probe urged after DUP accused of meddling in housing contracts row: Belfast Telegraph
Joanne Fleming

DUP rejects allegations of political interference over housing company: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

DUP councillor – I was tortured by what happened: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Nelson McCausland – No intention of standing down: BBC

Assembly recalled to deal with fall out: Irish News
John Manley

Housing Executive contracts – Polite tone of Stormont committee session belied the seriousness of the matter: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Red Sky panel too soft on minister: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

SF accused of 'cultural war' against Unionism: Lurgan Mail
Carmel Robinson

The bishop and the politician's war of words over schooling: The News Letter
Nick Garbutt

How nationalist and unionist MLAs bicker just like old married couples: Belfast Telegraph
Robert McNeill

Loyalists – Orange Order should talk to nationalists: BBC

Talks breakthrough dismissed as 'ploy': UTV

Co Donegal village prepares for annual Orange parade: The News Letter

Police say event was 'trouble-free', but resident disagrees: Newtownabbey Times

Ballyduff 'Beast' bonfire bonfire taken down and moved over safety fears: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Calm plea as vandals target Orange plaque: Banbridge Leader

UVF blamed for pushing backstreet Belfast drugs after eight deaths: The Independent
David McKittrick

Why are terror gangs still able to run drug empires?: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Gardai seize 10kg of plastic explosives in New IRA raids: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Pipe-bomb blast at home of former unionist MLA is probed by police: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Lawther sickened by sectarian attack in Templepatrick: Antrim Times

Policing Board 'no confidence' in HET: UTV

Future of HET head in doubt: Irish News
Deric Henderson

Pearse Jordan's family granted legal bid over inquest: BBC

Another victims' group comes out against the Maze: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Attack victim's family lose patience with PSNI: Irish News
Maeve Connolly

Lack of police progress on Kingsmills massacre, says MLA: The News Letter

Report into IRA 'good neighbours bomb' released next week: Londonderry Sentinel

SDLP still reviewing 'IRA playpark' naming: The News Letter

McGuinness and Allister clinch View awards: BBC
Martina Purdy

Dublin airport evacuated after bomb threat from 'man with Northern Irish accent': Belfast Telegraph

Property sale abandoned amid protests and insults: Irish Independent
Nicola Anderson

Murray-baiting exposes the snobs: The Scotsman
Joyce McMillan

Thursday, July 4

Northern Ireland killings team criticised for 'inconsistencies': The Independent
David McKittrick

Northern Ireland's killings review team criticised in report: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Will HET reports into IRA atrocities also be re-examined, asks TUV: The News Letter

Policing Board to discuss report on Historical Enquiries Team: BBC

Family's anger at HET shortcomings: UTV

Plastic bullet victim's sister wants body disbanded: Belfast Telegraph

Historical Enquiries Team criticised – reaction to HMIC report: BBC

HET risks losing confidence of victims' families, says report: The News Letter

Series of critical reports leave future of Historical Enquiries Team in doubt: TheDetail.tv
Barry McCaffrey

Where is the big idea to deal with a troubled past?: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Outrage at "Provos hero" comment: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Probe urged after DUP accused of meddling in housing contracts row: Belfast Telegraph
Joanne Fleming

DUP woman hits out at party action: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Bigotry 'alive and well' on city council: Ulster Star

Order prepares for biggest Irish march: UTV

Why is common sense so lacking?: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Sinn Féin Motion to repatriate south Armagh man Michael Campbell: Newry Times
Paul Malone

IRA suspects held after gardai raid terror summit: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Pipe bomb explodes in east Belfast: BBC

Sectarian assault on teen in Co Antrim: UTV

Did Cameron and Obama bottle or botch the schools' debate?: TheDetail.tv
Steven McCaffery

We need to sing from same song sheet when it comes to education: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Blocking libel reform threatens our universities, as well as our journalists: The News Letter
Paul Bew

Stormont must give us a libel law fit for modern age (Jul 3): Belfast Telegraph
Mike Harris

Scuffles break out during bank protest: Irish Independent
Allison Bray

Finding the right tone: BBC
Brian Taylor

Scottish independence – Nato entry 'not automatic' (Jul 3): The Scotsman
David Maddox

Wednesday, July 3

Gulf between parties over an opposition at Stormont: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Peter Robinson – Northern Ireland must be 'genuinely shared society': The News Letter

Peter Robinson in shared future row with MLA: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

UUP files formal complaint over Spratt's 'nutters' row: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Hundreds gather for peace centre rally: Ulster Star

Unionist leaders in war of words over Maze conflict centre: BBC
Gareth Gordon

UUP leader Mike Nesbitt's open letter to First Minister Peter Robinson over the proposed peace centre at the Maze: The News Letter

First Minister Peter Robinson's open letter to UUP leader Mike Nesbitt over the Maze peace centre: The News Letter

Martin Corey – Irish Political Prisoner Held Without Charge, Trial: TheWildGeese.com
Sandy Boyer

'UDA' gang jailed for businessman's blackmail ordeal: Belfast Telegraph
Mick Browne

Rioter's jail term suspended: Derry Journal

UUP group meets with Assistant Chief Constable: The News Letter

Criticism for HET over soldier cases: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Call for all Diplock decisions to be dropped: BBC
Chris Page

Memorial for 1973 bomb?: Coleraine Times

Large crowd at Derry republican Book of Remembrance launch: Derry Journal

Steely Nelson Mandela 'was against IRA decommissioning': Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Obama's school views inaccurate says church: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Act's rejection an affront to democracy and enterprise: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Connolly

Bosnian director Haris Paović sees parallels between Derry and Mostar: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Band must reorganise parade to avoid Orange Order clash: The Herald

Scottish independence – English nationalism may rise: The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

Let us Scottish 'expats' vote on independence: Guardian.co.uk
Anne Miller

Tuesday, July 2

Police praise after peaceful mini-Twelfth: BBC

Parade tensions are created, claims Orange Order cleric: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Time for Orange to change tune: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Unionists celebrate victory over Armed Forces Day flag: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

New mural of masked gunman 'is intimidating and sinister': Carrick Times

Convergence the new consensus in N Ireland: The Scotsman
Cera Murtagh

Not much to fear, but DUP can't afford complacency: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Peter Robinson says Catholic Bishop losing the plot on integrated education: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Catholic schools defended as 'open to everybody': The News Letter

Integrated education is no threat to pupils' beliefs: Belfast Telegraph
May Blood

Concern over separate exams for Northern Ireland (Jun 10): Belfast Telegraph
Alison Kershaw

No 'one-size-fits-all' solution for education (Jun 28): The News Letter
Ian Paisley

Durkan queries HET debacle: Derry Journal

Irish Ministers attend Battle of Somme commemorations in France and Belfast: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

G8 – final cost for Fermanagh summit was £80m: BBC
Julian O'Neill

Libel law fears are nonsense – Sammy Wilson: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Anger as no cash left for border project: Irish News

Trial of Boston gang boss hears of Marita Ann connection: The Kerryman
Simon Brouder

Gangster at top of RIRA hit list files for bankruptcy in UK: Evening Herald
Kevin Doyle

UN specialist says experts can learn from Derry experience: Derry Journal
Ian Cullen

City centre set to shut down for first parades: Glasgow Evening Times
Ewan Fergus

Scottish referendum – Independence will cost Scotland jobs, says Cable: BBC

Money union plan takes a pounding (Jun 25): The Scotsman
Peter Jones

Monday, July 1

Orange Order parade passes flashpoint without incident: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Residents claim band 'smashed' commission's decision with tune: Irish News
Connla Young

Two main Stormont parties 'driving tribalism': The News Letter

DUP hits back at 'irrational' bishop in war of words over schools plan: Belfast Telegraph
John Porter

Shared education will bridge divide in Northern Ireland (Jun 26): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Sinn Fein poses threat to academic excellence (Jun 25): The News Letter
Editorial

Spratt 'should seriously reflect on role as committee chairman': Irish News
Simon Cunningham

Orange War memorial rededicated in Coleraine: The News Letter

Bonfire building has to be organised with responsibility (Jun 29): The News Letter
Editorial

Border poll would be divisive in Northern Ireland, says McCrea: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

'Border poll ignores fact Republic is bust': Irish Examiner
Louise Roseingrave

A lot have suffered during Troubles – but some more than others (Jun 10): Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Theresa Villiers at Thiepval to hail Somme dead: The News Letter

Garda punished for breaching informant rules (Jun 30): Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Stage drama set to focus on life in a loyalist flute band: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Leading loyalist's warning after 'drug-link' deaths: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

All sides must be heard about Seanad's future (Jun 6): Irish Independent
Editorial

Vicious bigot stabbed man in neck because toddler son supported wrong half of the Old Firm (Jun 28): Scottish Daily Record

Scottish independence – Scots face UK road levy: The Scotsman
David Maddox

No campaign in bid to 'scare' Scots drivers: The Herald
Robbie Dinwoodie



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