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Tuesday, July 14

DUP slams claims that Robinson is to resign by Christmas: The News Letter

Orange Order chief hits out at Villiers over her U-turn on parade panel: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

The fate of Peter Robinson – and of the Assembly – is in Sinn Fein's hands: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Adding fuel to Twelfth bonfires – IS flags and effigies of Gerry Adams, Martin McGuinness and Bobby Sands placed on pyres: Belfast Telegraph
Christopher Woodhouse

Light hearts and prodigious drinking mark the Twelfth: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Loyalists pelt riot police with missiles in Belfast after Battle of the Boyne march: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

McShane effigy attached to loyalist bonfire: Irish News
Connla Young

Orange Order parades – Rioters 'prepared for violence', says police: The Irish Times

Police unlikely to make bonfire poster arrests: Irish News
John Monaghan

Moment police officers lift car off girl, 16, after she was hit by vehicle that reversed into crowd – Violence flares following Orange Order parade as police are pelted by bricks: Daily Mail
Jenny Awford

Orange Order bus attacked: UTV

Loyalist band defends breaching ban on music at Catholic church in Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

People of the Protestant Faith are being demonised: Londonderry Sentinel

The Twelfth, Laurencetown – Order 'to increase its role in society': The News Letter
Roderick McMurray

The Twelfth, Holywood – Top Orangeman calls for 'fair and equal' parading laws: The News Letter

Twelfth celebrations – feeder parade passes Ardoyne peacefully: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

The Twelfth, Kesh – Order 'has reached out as never before': The News Letter

Twelfth – History made at Broughshane with UKIP speaker: The News Letter

Police Federation chief criticises 'deplorable' loyalist rioting: RTE

Loyalist bands breach St Patrick's determination: Irish News
Connla Young

Buses stoned in Greysteel – Sinn Féin speak out: Londonderry Sentinel

Band plays Sash past Catholic Church: UTV

Shameful bonfire scenes cast Belfast in bad light as no other tourist destination would allow this to happen: The Sunday Life
Suzanne Breen

Trade 'steady' during Orangefest despite many shops deserted: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Loyalist marches and bonfires are going the way of the Confederate flag: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Dara Kelly

I took my daughter to a Twelfth bonfire party and she loved it: Belfast Telegraph
Mairia Cahill

Celebrations on the Battle of the Boyne's 325th anniversary: The News Letter
Editorial

Persistent bad behaviour undermines unionism and Orangeism: The Irish Times
Brian Kennaway

Parade breaches require a robust response: Irish News
Editorial

Dispute over flags at Carrick factory: Carrick Times

Bonfire effigies 'clearly distasteful and offensive': UTV

Adrian Cochrane-Watson – 'I respect the gay community... they have stayed at my B&B': Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Former SF councillor to sue over expulsion: Irish Examiner
Fiachra Ó Cionnaith

On-the-run republican Diver dating Bangkok pop star Nat Kan: Irish Independent
Patricia Devlin

Fury at Tories as Dail debates Ballymurphy Massacre: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

4,000 informers authorised: Londonderry Sentinel

Stormont will compel witnesses to Nama hearings: Irish Independent
Shane Phelan

Week of revelations 'almost hard to believe': Irish News
Paul McErlean

OFMDFM claimed key document sent to NAMA didn't exist: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Irish Independent's 'gunpoint' story about Gerry Adams misleading, says watchdog: TheJournal.ie
Catherine Healy

Political parties at church gates told – go collect somewhere else: Irish Independent
Sarah MacDonald

Perils of Evel leave Cameron in a constitutional mess: The Herald
David Torrance

SNP to vote down English-only foxhunting law change: The Scotsman

Monday, July 13

Union flags stolen from war memorial in Co Londonderry :: Belfast Telegraph

Kilrea flag theft 'attack on Protestant culture' :: Coleraine Times
Nichola Neill

Attack on Union Flag pole in Augher 'won't break neighbourly spirit' :: Tyrone Times

Flag-flying here about territory, not unity :: Irish News
Tom Kelly

Orangeman urges mutual respect for 1916 commemorations :: The Irish Times
Paddy Clancy

Rossnowlagh thousands 'show enduring strength of Orangeism' :: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

11th Night - Alliance calls for investigation into burning of flags and posters :: BBC
Mark Simpson

Fire crews protect Belfast homes from major bonfire :: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Controversy rages as effigies of Sinn Fein leaders burn on bonfires :: Sunday World

Sandy Row bonfire :: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Orange anger over Larne arch attack :: Larne Times

Larne - Man attacked in sectarian hate crime :: BBC

Anger after vandalism to Glenavy War Memorial :: Antrim Times

Belfast peace and reconciliation centre petrol bombed :: The Independent
Siobhan Fenton

Minister Alan Kelly warned by gardai of dissident republican threat against his life :: Irish Independent
Brian O'Reilly

Kelly death threats - Tormentors must be found :: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Time Sinn Fein put up or shut up (Jul 9) :: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Dundalk - Guns seized, man arrested in dissident republican operation :: BBC

Co-option increases IRSP voice on council :: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Campaigners' plea over Ballymurphy :: Belfast Telegraph

'Up to four politicians from two parties' linked to Nama scandal :: Irish News

Ability of one party to trigger petition of concern no laughing matter :: Irish News
Tom Kelly

Woman wrongly accused over EUR36million bank heist reveals the heartache and stress she's endured for the past 10 years :: Irish Mirror
James Ward

Corporation tax - NI's economic opportunity 'being eroded' :: BBC

SF minister under fire on Irish language jobs :: The News Letter

Jesus not Catholic or Protestant (Jul 8) :: Belfast Telegraph
David Smyth

Vatican embassy costs same as bathroom revamp :: Irish Independent
Gordon Deegan

No such thing as English-only laws :: The Scotsman

The BBC are trying to claim 'United Kingdom's' Conor McGregor as one of their own :: Irish Independent

We must negotiate with terrorists - The dirty secret our government does not want to admit :: Salon.com
Jonathan Powell

Sunday, July 12

Treasury warning letter to Stormont: Belfast Telegraph

London taking powers from North of Ireland totally unacceptable, McGuinness says (Jul 8): Irish Post
James Mulhall

Retreat by PM Cameron 'shows the strength of DUP hand': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Enjoy Twelfth despite republican intolerance – Orange Order: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Effigies of Bobby Sands, Gerry Adams and Martin McGuinness 'placed on Ballycraigy bonfire': Belfast Live

Confederate flag is taken down: Ulster Star

Anger at Ardoyne group's call to flout Parades Commission ruling: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam and Joanne Sweeney

Twelfth will remain a family day out – Orange Order: The News Letter

Orange Lodge hoping to raise £2,000 for funds after arson: Belfast Telegraph
Joanne Sweeney

Rossnowlagh hosts annual Orange Order parade: BBC

Their master's voice – Orange Order's Edward Stevenson: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Why we must keep Twelfth heritage in its proper place: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Willie Frazer handshake offer to GAA star Jarlath Burns: The News Letter

Stormont probe into NI21 leader Basil McCrea sex claims set to collapse: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

MI5 and MI6 may hack PCs in terror probes: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Northern Ireland authorities refuse to reveal details of paedophile with links to former government adviser on national security grounds: Independent on Sunday
Mick Browne and James Hanning

Lies, damned lies and the British security services (Jun 24): Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

Jean McConville's daughter still hopeful of seeing Gerry Adams in court: Belfast Telegraph
Joanne Sweeney

Jean is an unsung hero for her pioneering peaceline work: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Tughans declines to say if equity partners got NAMA deal money: The News Letter

Robinson uncannily echoes the wounded Paisley: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Money, power and politics – the extraordinary story of Namagate: Sunday Independent
Maeve Sheehan and Ronald Quinlan

Wilmington project aims to heal Irish divisions: Wilmington News Journal
Matthew Albright

'Barriers for cross-border students must be removed' – Fearon: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Donegal Orangemen urged to respect 1916 centenary: Sunday Independent
Paddy Clancy

Sinn Féin Mayors lay wreaths at World War memorial service: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Drop case against 'Satanic Islam' sermon pastor James McConnell, urges National Secular Society: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Council will not get money to cover cost of Royal Visit: Sligo Champion

Sinn Fein associates itself with economic chaos and illiteracy: The News Letter
Editorial

First Minister demands talks with British Government over 'unacceptable plans' for all-English votes: Scottish Daily Record
Hilary Duncanson

Thousands of Orange Lodge members march through Southport: Liverpool Echo
Tom Duffy

Britain's Dangerous New Tribalism: New York Times
Kenan Malik

Saturday, July 11

Twelfth of July – 3,000 police officers to help keep the peace: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Tensions rise ahead of Orange Order parades: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Orangemen defiant after latest protest: Portadown Times

Death threat Orangemen wearing bulletproof vests in their homes: Belfast Telegraph

Twelfth – Orangemen prepare for friendly 'sash dash' in Fivemiletown: The News Letter
David Moore

Politicians clash over timing of Loyalist bunting display: Ulster Herald

Belfast Bonfires – Dozens of houses boarded up as residents fear street will go up in flames: Irish Independent
Claire Cromie

Republican bid to deny Orange culture is a denial of history: The News Letter
Sandra Chapman

Police treat theft of Union flag from Dungiven Orange Hall as 'sectarian hate crime': Derry Journal

Theft of Union flags in Cookstown: Tyrone Times

Bushmills Confederate flag idolises slavery claim: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

IRSP anger after flags stolen from office: Irish News
Connla Young

Wooden cross erected near 'crucify Catholics' graffiti in Belfast: Belfast Telegraph

MLA calls for police to remove crucifix and sectarian graffiti: Irish News
John Monaghan

Gareth Robinson – My firm had no role in NAMA deal: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Robinson responds to NAMA allegations: UTV
Tracey Magee

Nama debtors helped uncover £7m payment: Irish Independent
Paul Williams

NAMA – £5m fee was for one man who wasn't a lawyer: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Nama deal – Peter Robinson says he is not aware of any evidence that any politician was trying to profit from sale of Northern Ireland property: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

My family never benefited from property sales, says Peter Robinson: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Namagate in the North – a wow scandal that could keep on giving: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Allegations may prove even more incendiary than first thought: Irish Independent
Paul Williams

Flags, marches and Nama: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Colin Lindsay killing – Man, 46, charged with murder of loyalist: BBC

Samurai attack loyalist Lindsay almost beheaded in Belfast bloodbath: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Net 'tightening' on dissident group – PSNI: Derry Journal

Gangland leader Declan 'Whacker' Duffy arrested in Dublin: Evening Herald

SF press officer among Police partnership recruits: Impartial Reporter
Julie Kenwell

We must meet price of policing (May 13): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Husband of victim 'no objection' to McKevitt's release: Ulster Herald

'No decision' on whether Adams will face McConville charges: Irish Examiner
Dan Buckley

Psychopath Billy Wright and the question of collusion: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

SF Belfast mayor to honour WWI war dead in Dublin: The News Letter

Culture of fear within crisis-hit Sport NI, Ni Chuilin tells MLAs: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Corporation tax cut should still be part of NI's economic plan: The News Letter
Editorial

Govt accused of 'phoney' war on Catholic schools: Irish Catholic
Cathal Barry

Ulster-Scots radio station begins full time broadcasting: The News Letter

Jury urged to convict UDA murder plot accused: BBC

Friday, July 10

Budget 2015 – It is time for realism and an agreement on welfare, says DUP's Arlene Foster: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Finally, some nuance comes to NI: Village
Anton McCabe

A long wait for Victims' Commissioner is drawing to a close: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Orangemen hold protest outside Parades Commission: Irish News
Connla Young

Colin Lindsay murder – Build-up to climax of marching season all too often tarnished by a darker side: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Sinn Féin welcomes re-routing of Castlederg parade (Jul 4) Ulster Herald

Twelfth – Grand Lodge appeals for public to join in the fun by taking a #Twelfthie: The News Letter

Belfast residents fear whole street could go up when massive bonfire is ignited: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Ballymacash residents 'feeling intimidated' as Lisburn bonfire grows in size: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Belfast police name suspect in sword murder of senior loyalist Colin Lindsay: The Guardian

Bonfire Rises from the ashes: Ulster Star

Cookstown SDLP councillor's outrage at 'snake' label over bonfire row: Tyrone Times

Last Confederate flag removed in Carrick: UTV
Ricky Thompson

Nazi survivor's disgust at swastika flags in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Una Brankin

Carrick man hated by Hitler 'would be aghast' at Nazi flags flying in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Amanda Ferguson

'Mindless cowards' who stole Union flags in Cookstown 'not backwards in accepting British currency': Mid Ulster Mail

Belfast councillor calls for sinister graffiti threatening to crucify Catholics be removed: Belfast Telegraph
Kirsten Elder

North Irish Horse decision is 'evidence of one-sided council' claims O'Loan: Ballymena Times

Call for removal of offensive graffiti aimed at MLA: Carrick Times

Adams will not face prosecution in McConville case: Irish News
Allison Morris

Northern Ireland – when Britain fought terror with terror: The Guardian
Ian Cobain

Present peace can't brush aside hard questions about conflict: Irish Catholic
Martin Mansergh

Speaker addresses commemoration 'challenges': UTV
Victoria Steveley

Respecting all our history: The News Letter
Mitchel McLaughlin

NCA to investigate bribery claims over biggest Northern Ireland property deal: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Nama deal – PR firm run by Peter Robinson's son denies involvement in property sale: BBC

Nama chairman insists political pressure did not influence sale of Nama's £1.3bn loans book: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Tughans – Ian Coulter hired Gareth Robinson: The News Letter

Nama deal – PAC told former Nama NI adviser 'was in line for £5m': BBC
Julian O'Neill

NAMA inquiry a big challenge to a timid Assembly: The News Letter
Sam McBride

NAMA scandal – PSNI probe, but SF says judicial inquiry may be needed: The News Letter
Sam McBride

McGuinness refuses to pass on privilege of roaming Westminster (Jul 8): Belfast Telegraph

Impact of lower corporation tax reduced as UK-wide levy drops: Irish News
Simon Cunningham

Sammy Wilson's derision after SF MEP hails crisis-torn Greece: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Serious questions and answers needed about Sport NI: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Plan to deny full Commons voting rights to NI MPs pushed back: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Revealed – how Scottish women really feel about sectarianism (May 24): The Herald
Judith Duffy

Talking to terrorists is the only way to defeat them: Washington Post
Fareed Zakaria

Thursday, July 9

Secret report accused three MI5 officers of concealing evidence in police killing: The Guardian
Ian Cobain

'Repeal of Human Rights Act threatens Good Friday Agreement' – Ritchie: Newry Times
Paul Malone

McGuinness kept in dark over Robinson's Quayle meeting: Irish News
Susan Thompson and Brendan Hughes

Nama deal – PSNI launch investigation: BBC
Vincent Kearney

First Minister's son breaks silence on Nama deal: Irish News
Brendan Hughes, Susan Thompson

Ian Coulter 'no longer a solicitor': The News Letter

Peter Robinson could face grilling in Dail over sale of Nama's £1.3bn loans book: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Wallace claims await political scrutiny: The Irish Times

Damaging claim – Nama scandal: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Ulster Defence Association member murdered in Belfast: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Nazi and Confederate flags at Belfast bonfire site condemned by Robinson and McGuinness: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Unionists condemn 'evil' Swastika flown near Loyalist bonfire: TheJournal.ie
Dan MacGuill

Carrickfergus Nazi flags 'will be burned on bonfire': The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Flag flies high in face of plain packaging proposal: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Raising Nazi flags is a disgraceful new low, even for bigoted muppets: Evening Herald
Anton Savage

DUP man calls for Union Flag removal: The News Letter

Defining how flags cause offence: Irish News
Editorial

Pride of Ardoyne Flute Band members convicted for playing music at north Belfast interface: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh McDonald

'Orwellian' conviction of bandsmen condemned: The News Letter

North Belfast parade protest group disbands: Irish News
Connla Young

Hostility to Order 'plays into attacks': The News Letter

Belfast sectarian graffiti that threatens to 'crucify Catholics' still visible after at least two days: Belfast Telegraph
Kirsten Elder

Dickson 'will not be intimidated' by graffiti: Carrick Times

Man charged with IRA membership and possession of explosive substances granted temporary bail: Irish Independent
Ruaidhrí Giblin

Crates of petrol bombs seized from mob of up to 30 youths in Belfast: Belfast Telegraph

Belfast man forced to rob bookmakers by paramilitaries, court hears: The Irish Times

'No homes' for victims forced to move after racist attack: UTV
Ricky Thompson

Fermanagh councillor queries DCAL funding for GAA clubs (Jun 25): The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Northern Ireland police question ex-minister over comment on gay parents: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Jim Wells interviewed over gay marriage comments: UTV
Jonathan Bell

Budget 2015 – Osborne says NI parties must deliver on Stormont House Agreement: BBC
Julian O'Neill

Sinn Féin and SDLP deplore George Osborne's budget: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Budget 2015 – NI parties split on traditional lines: The News Letter

Civic society needs to get behind campaign to stop further cuts to welfare (Jul 8): Irish News

UK Budget – Corporation tax move to aid NI: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

UK declares war on our corporation tax rates: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

SF praise for Greece 'sends shiver down spine': The News Letter

Sinn Féin's new Dublin mayor WILL live in the Mansion House: TheJournal.ie
Hugh O'Connell

Wednesday, July 8

DUP leader Peter Robinson unequivocally denies any link to alleged £7m Nama property deal: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Peter Robinson's evolving view of Nama over the years: Irish Independent

NAMA scandal – Allister's 21 key questions: The News Letter

Nama row – Government under pressure to establish Commission of Inquiry into allegations: Belfast Telegraph
Philip Ryan and Niall O'Connor

No signs of life at Gareth Robinson's publicity-shy PR firm: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

NAMA scandal – Still no PSNI investigation: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Secret Cerberus meetings between Peter Robinson and ex-US Vice President: Irish News
Susan Thompson

NAMA scandal – DUP deny major Robinson U-turn months before Cerberus deal: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Tories 'slash and burn' approach will cost DUP dear: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Ombudsman backs Adams decision: Belfast Telegraph

Gerry Adams hits out at idiots and imbeciles: TheJournal.ie
Hugh O'Connell

Dissident violence is appeased through renewal of parade ban: The News Letter
Editorial

Parade was 'dignifed and respectful': Coleraine Times

Swann brands attack 'naked Republican racism': Ballymoney Times
Una Culkin

Orange hall attacks like something done by Nazis or KKK – GAA hero: The News Letter

MLA appeals for vigilance after armed and masked loyalists are pictured beside chilling death threat: Belfast Media

Northern Ireland police investigate 'crucify Catholics' image: Newsweek
Eilish O'Gara

'Sinister' sectarian image condemned, but authenticity questioned: The News Letter

Appeal for calm after sectarian graffiti attacks: Newtownabbey Times

Terror flags 'a concerted campaign of intimidation' in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Call for Union flag to be removed from church: Irish News
Connla Young

Appeal for calm after eight Union flags stolen from homes in Cookstown: Mid Ulster Mail
Shauna Corr

Nazi and Confederate flags erected near loyalist bonfire site in Carrickfergus alongside paramilitary flags: Belfast Telegraph

Middle-class moralising won't solve bonfires and flags problem in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
John Barry

Row erupts as TUV man says GAA shouldn't get council funding because organisation "intertwined with terrorism": Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Poll shows relations are thawing – but only in some areas: The News Letter
Jon Tonge

Officers seize Belfast petrol bombs: The News Letter

Man arrested in lead up to Prince Charles' visit seeks bail: The Irish Times

Man and youth bailed on east Belfast rioting charges: The News Letter

Trial date set for man charged with membership of IRA: Sunday World

Public overwhelmingly rejects Troubles amnesty – poll: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Families of Drumnakilly ambush dead launch legal action: Ulster Herald

McGuinness – Pat Finucane murder "stinks to the high heavens": Irish Post
James Mulhall

'Director' of Omagh bomb should stay in jail – even in ill health: Sunday World
Richard Sullivan

Hibernians 'denounce' Florida MacBride retreat: Irish Echo

Sinn Féin's alliance with Syriza shows shift in leftwing politics: Financial Times
Vincent Boland

Republicanism may get off the hook by taking a turn to Left: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Loyalist blogger facing legal action over DUP claims: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Calm down – English Votes for English Laws is a very minor modest proposal: The Spectator
Alex Massie

Thousands expected at Orange Order parade as top cop warns attendees to leave "booze and bigotry behind": Scottish Daily Record

Tuesday, July 7

Logo might soon be the only emblem on MLA's constituency office in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Nevin Farrell

Allegations that flags will help ruin economy refuted by unionists: Lurgan Mail

Orange Order's Flag Day – Tricolour must be reclaimed: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Bomb threat at home of Gerry Adams: Irish Mirror
Claire Healy and Sarah Scott

Online evidence may be used to lock up freed paramilitaries in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

The boss – New model of policing (Jun 29): Belfast Telegraph
Stephen Martin

Close Stormont and let the NIO run things while a new generation emerges: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Sinn Fein winding up unionists with a ban on humour: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Threat of violence 'rewarded' as Ardoyne Twelfth parade blocked: The News Letter

Focus on Orange Order's north Belfast parade following failure of 'graduated response': Irish News
Allison Morris

Twelfth of July – North Belfast parade refused permission to pass Ardoyne shops: Belfast Telegraph

Camp Twaddell has backfired spectacularly on the Orange Order: Irish News
Allison Morris

Orangemen hold Stormont parades protest: BBC

Bonfire ruined weeks early: Ulster Star

Masked gang of thugs pose next to sectarian graffiti threatening to crucify Catholics in Belfast: Belfast Telegraph

The IRA, not state, practised shoot-to-kill, says Maginnis: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

DUP backing for new UDR legacy project: Portadown Times

Bernie Smyth – 'Ian Paisley told me he would march with the Pope to stop abortions': Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

So much stress, so much for UK-wide rights: Irish News
Fionnuala O Connor

'I'm willing to stand for Sinn Fein' says former rugby star Trevor Hogan: Irish Independent
David Kearns

Stormont Finance Committee to probe NAMA deal: UTV
Louise Convery and Sara Moore

Peter Robinson's son worked for Nama deal law firm: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Too many questions surround sale of €5.7 billion worth of property loans in Northern Ireland: The Irish Times
Editorial

Poll finds overwhelming support for gay marriage in Northern Ireland, despite political opposition: The Independent
Doug Bolton

Speaker grants urgent debate over English votes plan: BBC

The government's plans for English votes for English laws get worse the more you look at them: New Statesman
Ian Lucas

Driving licence will now have Union flag on it to 'bring the country together': The Independent
Alice Harrold

Monday, July 6

Drumcree anniversary passes off peacefully: Irish News
Connla Young

Drumcree annual parade stopped again: The News Letter

Orangemen call for new legislation at Drumcree parade: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Orangemen to hold Stormont protest: Irish News
Allison Morris

Orange leader – Violence undermines fight against Parades Commission: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Councillor fails to call for flag removal: Irish News
Connla Young

Rasharkin Orange hall graffiti treated as hate crime: BBC

Four Orange halls targeted in one week: UTV

Intercept evidence to be used to recall ex-paramilitary prisoners: The Herald
Michael McHugh

Reality of PSNI budget laid bare (Jun 30): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Release plans reinstated for Real IRA leader McKevitt: The Irish Times
Conor Lally

Dissident republicans running brutal border extortion racket: Belfast Telegraph
Jim Cusack

A handshake can mean nothing, or something important (Jun 1): Impartial Reporter
Denzil McDaniel

Mick Wallace refuses to release extra information on Nama sale: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Robinson – I met with US firm over Nama portfolio: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

TD knows name of Northern Irish politician at centre of £7 million scandal: Belfast Telegraph
Ronald Quinlan and Maeve Sheehan

Allister says 'immediate questions need answered on 'NAMAgate': Irish News
Allison Morris

Nama distances itself from row over NI loan book sale: Irish Independent
Gavin McLoughlin

Allegations on Nama sale – Credibility stretched: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Dilemma of balancing privacy with right to know: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Connolly

Scientology film decision shows need for libel reform (Jun 29): The News Letter
Editorial

Maze to be new home for King's Hall exhibition centre (Jun 29): Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

The Big Interview – Clare Bailey deputy leader of the Green Party (Jun 29): Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Name 'Veronica' bridge after the SF/IRA victims (Jun 28): Sunday Independent
Jimmy Guerin

Sunday, July 5

Proposals for MLA expenses shakeup: UTV

Ban on MLA office party emblems and flags proposed: BBC
Mark Devenport

Deliberate targeting of people or property because of religion, ethnicity or race is a hate crime: Belfast Telegraph
Martin McGuinness

Mid Ulster TUV man dismisses McCrea claim over unity candidate: Mid Ulster Mail

How far does the totality of relationships extend? (Jul 3): Irish News
Denis Bradley

'Insular' police hindering change (Jun 30): Belfast Telegraph

McKevitt does not deserve early release from prison (Jul 3): The News Letter
Editorial

Flag flying on Ormeau a case of force majeure (Jul 4): Irish News
Newton Emerson

Teenager arrested after petrol bomb find: UTV

Senator says cyberbullying bill could silence people like Mairia Cahill (Jul 1): TheJournal.ie
Órla Ryan

The drive for same-sex equality puts Northern Ireland on road to normality (Jul 3): Belfast Telegraph
Lyra McKee

The Irish language has not yet been saved – We need to 'banc' up a reserve of competence: Galway Advertiser
Desmond Fennell

Teens from Northern Ireland in Kansas for cultural unity project (Jun 30): Hays (KS) Post

Remember present as well as past: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

A complicated past – How complex Irish history still influences our present: BBC
Stephen Walker

Note to Stormont's MLAs... Greece is not Europe's only basket case (Jul 2): Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Sinn Fein riding two horses when it comes to austerity: Tribune Magazine
John Coulter

Sinn Fein is panicking as its brothers wreak havoc in Greece: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

An election-ready Sinn Féin wants to raise wages by €1 and cut politicians' pay: TheJournal.ie
Hugh O'Connell

Another country – Moving Hong Kong to Northern Ireland? Why not? (Jul 4): The Independent
Editorial

Holy row as cross is erected in Limerick council chamber: Limerick Leader
Nick Rabbitts

Arrests made after Orange parade in Glasgow: Sunday Herald
Fiona McKay

No indyref until 2030, says unionist group: The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

EVEL – SNP urges rethink on English 'veto': BBC

The Tories are back, they're in charge ... and intent on Evel: Sunday Herald
Ian Bell

Grand Orange Lodge behind 'secret' bid for Boyne musket (Jun 25): Irish News
Gail Bell

Orange Lodge march is coming to Southport: Southport Visiter
Tom Duffy

Orange Order districts celebrate Battle of the Boyne anniversary July 11 (Jun 30): Canadian Gazette
Tara Gesner

Lessons for US in Northern Ireland's 'marching season' (Jul 1): National Catholic Reporter
Mary Ann McGivern

Saturday, July 4

Drumcree hasn't been forgotten, say Orangemen: The News Letter

Orange to mark 20th anniversary at Drumcree with low-key event: Irish News
Connla Young

'Relief' that President Higgins will not attend Donegal Orange march: Irish Examiner
Cronan Scanlon

Former top Orange Order official writes for Sinn Fein paper An Phoblacht – Warns republicans to stop 'poking unionists in the eye': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Unionist city enclave 'thinks nobody cares': The News Letter

Incredible debate a festival first: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Sectarian graffiti discovered AGAIN on memorial dedicated to Scottish soldiers murdered by the IRA: The Herald

Sectarian graffiti daubed on north Belfast memorial to Scottish soldiers murdered by the IRA a 'hate crime': Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Orange Institution "devastated" by suspected arson attack in Armagh: Irish News

'No retaliation' call after Orange hall is targeted in suspected arson attack: The News Letter

Sinn Fein condemns Orange Order hall arsonists – Martin McGuinness slams 'bigots' but Order says party can do more to stop attacks: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Enough words, we need action against Orange hall arsonists: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Cross-community facility targeted in sectarian attack: Newtownabbey Times
Duncan Elder

Football club remove flag at centre of 'race hate' crime in support of young player: Irish News
Allison Morris

Police treat theft of GAA Féile flags in Dungiven as a 'hate crime': Derry Journal
Sheena Jackson

PSNI hit out after petrol bombs thrown at police: Irish News

Man charged over 'Willie Frazer assault': UTV

Stolen gun used in punishment attack is linked to up to nine other shootings: Irish News

Men jailed for prison note linked to terrorism: UTV
John Cassidy

Pro-IRA 'comms' show dissident paranoia over informer: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Families of three IRA men take legal action against Lord Maginnis: BBC
Mervyn Jess

Daughter of shot RUC man hears of kindness at scene: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Timothy Spall to play Ian Paisley in Troubles drama The Journey: The Guardian
Ben Child

Spall for Ian Paisley film – but who to play McGuinness?: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Love across the divide – It has all the ingredients of a blockbuster: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Moving Hong Kong to Derry? Diplomats only sharing a joke: Irish Independent
Dean Gray

How many Hongkongers does it take to repopulate Northern Ireland?: South China Morning Post
Alex Lo

'Sometimes you have to go far away to realise where you're really from': The Irish Times
Jonathan Drennan

Nama property sale – Emergency finance committee meeting call: BBC
John Campbell

Secret tapes stored on £7m Nama deal: Irish News
Brendan Hughes, Susan Thompson

Wallace to face grilling in North over Nama claim: Irish Independent
Adrian Rutherford

Project Eagle – US firm says no improper fees in Nama deal: The Irish Times
Colm Keena, Marie O'Halloran

Law Society fails to contact PSNI over Nama claims: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Northern venture controversial from the outset: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

McGuinness – An honour to be likened to Greek politicians: The News Letter

Costly Orangefest unlikely to be repeated in central Glasgow: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Friday, July 3

Peter Robinson accuses Sinn Féin of 'pathetic posturing': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Peter Robinson warns Sinn Fein to face up to tough decisions or leave the Executive: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

IRA victim's daughter calls for Villiers meeting: Irish News
Connla Young

Stormont parties are given warning of Greek-style crunch: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Stormont now home to Orange lodge for MLAs: The News Letter

Brave acts cast the spotlight on bigotry of others (Jun 26): Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Co Armagh birthplace of Orange Order opened to public (Jun 29): The News Letter

Orange outreach bearing fruit: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Identity can divide us, or give us common purpose: Impartial Reporter
Denzil McDaniel

Police wash hands of responsibility for Ormeau flags: Belfast Telegraph
Joanne Fleming

Call for ban on Twelfth Springfield march after band's UDA/UFF insignia breached Parades Commission ruling: Belfast Media
Tiarnán Ó Muilleoir

Somme parade opponents 'should check family trees': The News Letter

Police say flying Confederate flag a "hate incident": Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Continuity IRA chief's wife tells inquest – I don't know why anyone would want to harm him: Irish Independent
Gareth Naughton

John Boehner briefed on North impasse, economy on Dublin visit: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

No McKevitt release – victim's father: Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keeffe

Omagh victims slam TDs over McKevitt release calls: The News Letter

Cahill criticises Senator Crown over remarks on her use of social media: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Sinn Fein's repackaging project buffeted badly on all sides: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Should the entire population of Hong Kong be moved to Northern Ireland? Bizarre plan pondered by mandarins when territory was handed back to China (but one joked it would cause Irish 'exodus' the other way): Daily Mail
David Wilkes

Paisley's MP credit card suspended after £6.5k debt: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

£7m in offshore bank account for NI politician, Dail told: The News Letter

TUV leader raises concerns over Wallace allegations: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Wallace told he should go to Garda on Nama claim: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Mobile roaming charges ban 'good news' for Derry & Donegal (Jun 30): Derry Journal

A fusillade of question-marks – Ciaran Carson on Troubles art (Jun 26): The Irish Times
Ciaran Carson

Tories 'giving up on the Union' with Evel plan: The Scotsman
David Maddox

The Guardian view on English votes for English laws – the problem of Evel: The Guardian
Editorial

West Lothian Question needs addressed: The Scotsman
Editorial

It's not the religion that creates terrorists, it's the politics: The Guardian
Giles Fraser

Thursday, July 2

Welfare cuts are greater threat than republicans – McGuinness: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Austerity and inequality no threat to peace: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Police accused of U-turn over unionist flags on Belfast's Ormeau Road: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Loyalists claim police consulted before flags erected: Irish News
Allison Morris

PSNI deny U-turn over flag policy on Belfast's Ormeau Road: BBC

Praying for a peaceful Twelfth: Irish News

Rush hour protest by Orange Order after hall attack: Belfast Telegraph

Still no-one to enforce the ministerial code... after eight years (Jun 24): The News Letter

Jailed Real IRA chief should be freed in wake of cancer surgery, say TDs: The Irish Times
Conor Lally

Eglinton bomb – Police revisit car bomb scene: BBC

Special Criminal Court trial of Cork man charged with IRA membership is adjourned: Irish Independent
Ruaidhrí Giblin

Woman sells washing machine to bail man accused of IRA membership: UTV

Teen loses PSNI photo case: Derry Journal

Flanagan attends Somme commemoration in Belfast: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

SF lay WW1 wreath at flagless cenotaph: The News Letter
Adam Kula

Official commemoration in Dublin to honour Irish soldiers who fought in Somme would be 'welcome': Evening Herald
David Young

So important whole island remembers its Somme heroes: Belfast Telegraph
Charles Flanagan

Relatives group makes submission to UN committee: Irish News
Connla Young

PSNI appeal for details about death of IRA man Rogers: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Clinton backed out of NI panel talk after aide raised concerns: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

West Belfast has come long way since early Féile days: Irish News
Allison Morris

How simple faith kept worst of the Troubles at bay (Jun 24): Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Texas students learn about peace process: Irish Echo
Evan Short

Just why has US man given £100k to Belfast school? (Jun 30): Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Mary Lou categorically denies former Sinn Fein councillor's bullying claims: Irish Independent
Joyce Fegan and Niall O'Connor

Sinn Féin will not release controversial Cork East review: The Irish Times
Sarah Bardon

We are all the poorer for John Hanna's passing: Belfast Telegraph
Jo-Anne Dobson

New Lord Mayor of Dublin wants Irish language centre: The Irish Times
Pól Ó Muirí

Irish ambassador warns of Brexit uncertainty: Irish News
John Manley

RTE and the Angelus: Daily bells still chime with me: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Hopkins

Same-sex marriage – Bishop raps Church of Ireland over referendum: The News Letter

Sir Tom Devine – Knighthood a recognition of Scotland's Irish immigrants and historical studies: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

John Gorman cleared of plotting to kill ex-UDA men: BBC

David Cameron – English MPs will never be 'overruled' by those in Scotland again: Daily Telegraph
Steven Swinford, and Ben Riley-Smith

The English question – the Delyn or Denbigh dilemma?: BBC
David Cornock

SNP MP calls for full debate on English votes plan: The Scotsman
Elizabeth Barrett

Wednesday, July 1

Stormont cannot survive without welfare reform, Foster warns: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

DUP, SF and Alliance vote to pass unfunded 'fantasy budget': The News Letter

A question of faith – Can politics and religion mix in Northern Ireland?: BBC
Andy West

Bizarrely, Sinn Fein welcomes court judgement against its department: The News Letter
Sam McBride

SDLP's Claire Hanna tells of her hopes for South Belfast after her Stormont co-option: Belfast Media
David Whelan

Sammy Wilson – DUP block censure motion over 'thug' jibe: BBC
Chris Page

DUP's Jimmy Spratt stands down as MLA: UTV

Victims 'must get more support': Belfast Telegraph

Police chief appeals for calm following clashes at flashpoint interfaces: Irish News

Parades Commission 'rewarding' Coleraine violence: The News Letter

Whatever happened to our Orangefest hopes?: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

PSNI accused of U-turn over unionist flags in south Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Flag complaints – Council clarifies its position: Newtownabbey Times

Money spent at Camp Twaddell would pay for 90 more PSNI officers, says police union chief: Belfast Live
Chris Kilpatrick

Ex-rights chief on Policing Board: Belfast Telegraph

Republicans walk out of Bellaghy drugs meeting over presence of police officer: Mid Ulster Mail

By working with the community we can have a safe, confident, peaceful society: Belfast Telegraph
George Hamilton

UVF graffiti on Newry memorial a 'worrying development' says Brady: Newry Times

Gaston pledge on UDR memorial: Ballymena Times

Seven cleared of IRA membership by Special Criminal Court: The Irish Times

Judge clears Londonderry dissident of IRA membership: Londonderry Sentinel

Man held over paramilitary shootings: UTV

New police appeal over 2003 death: Belfast Telegraph

Kingsmill massacre – Survivor in legal action threat over inquest: BBC

Our future is Orange as well as green, says former Armagh GAA star Burns: Belfast Telegraph

'Honour 1916 heroes in Derry' – IRSP: Derry Journal

Ministers to attend Battle of the Somme events: The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

Expelled Sinn Féin councillor could sue the party: TheJournal.ie
Hugh O'Connell

Ó Snodaigh denies there is problem with bullying in Sinn Féin: Irish Examiner
Fiachra Ó Cionnaith

'I'm not trying to un-Sinn Féin myself' = New Lord Mayor reacts to criticism: TheJournal.ie
Órla Ryan

Gerry Adams finds Dáil in no mood for bad language: The Irish Times
Miriam Lord

Police call for 'peaceful' Orange Order parade after last year's event marred by violence: Glasgow Evening Times
Peter Swindon



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