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Saturday, July 15

Leo Varadkar 'very much opposed' to a united Ireland referendum: Belfast Telegraph

Brexit talks stall because of political crisis in Northern Ireland: The Scotsman
Paris Gourtsoyannis

Oversight body to monitor efforts to end paramilitarism as Bill passes in Dáil: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Restoration of power-sharing in Northern Ireland has just taken big step forward: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

DUP blames Sinn Féin for 'political vacuum' behind the rise of New IRA: Belfast Telegraph
Aaron Tinney

Stormont lurching into another circle of limbo hell: Irish News
Newton Emerson

SDLP needs to listen and learn to survive: Irish News
Patrick Murphy

Stormont politicians cost £74m in five years (Jun 28): Irish News
Conor Neeson

NIO 'not responsible' for compensating residents of bonfire-damaged flats: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Apartment block damaged by fire was insured, says MP: The News Letter

Labour MP under fire for attending the Twelfth: Belfast Telegraph

Small-town bonfire an example for others to follow – councillor: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Let's build on progress at Ardoyne, urge priest and ex-Orange official: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

'Police should not be sheepish' about stating rape took place near bonfire: Irish News
Allison Morris

Bonfires can be a fine spectacle but unionists should have spoken out about the risks: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Bonfires an 'unedifying spectacle of disregard': Derry Journal
Mark H Durkan

Welcome to Bigotsborough – What on earth must tourists think of Belfast?: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Grim ordeal for Victoria Place residents: Irish News
Editorial

'Key member of gang' refused bail by judge: Belfast Telegraph
George Jackson

Republican loses plea for prison move: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh McDonald

Shooting of teenager in west Belfast was 'brutal and horrific attack': Irish News
Allison Morris

Banner listing names of 46 IRA victims goes up in Tyrone town: Belfast Live
Shauna Corr

Troubles legacy consultation to go ahead: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Film on life of John Hume 'corrects revisionism of SF as peacemakers': Londonderry Sentinel

Unionism 'failed to grasp how much clout John Hume had in USA': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Depraved hearts, history and hope – the IRA ceasefire, 20 years on: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

'Londonderry' on Irish state map a 'scandal': Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

This is no year for a staycation – our leader Leo needs to get out and sell our Brexit battle around the globe: Irish Independent
Mandy Johnston

Britain's Brexit paralysis – New PM could be the only solution: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

'The clock is ticking' – but there is still time for UK to row back from its gamble and pending nightmare: Irish Independent
Gerard O'Regan

Linfield and Celtic fans enjoy historic Champions League occasion: BBC
Mark Simpson

'Football the winner' at Windsor as Celtic beat Linfield: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

PSNI praise 'majority' of Linfield and Celtic fans who 'behaved impeccably' at Windsor clash: Belfast Live
Sheena McStravick

Sectarian pitch battle mars Belfast minnows Champions League clash with Celtic as Protestant Loyalist home supporters yell anti-Catholic abuse and even throw bottles of Buckfast wine at the players from the visiting Glasgow team: Daily Mail
Harvey Day

Linfield face penalties after yobs ruin historic night and attack Celtic players with bottles and coins: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

DUP man is backing Bhoys: Belfast Telegraph

DUP request Celtic fanzone money be withdrawn (Jul 14): Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

SDLP says Celtic fanzone during Linfield game 'misuse of public funds' (Jul 14): Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Celtic fanzone organisers withdraw £15,000 council funding application (Jul 14): Belfast Telegraph

Men who chanted sectarian abuse on train sought by police: The Herald

Friday, July 14

Labour's Owen Smith tells James Brokenshire to 'pull the finger out': Irish News
John Manley

Lords urge Theresa May to visit NI to break Stormont deadlock: BBC

Brokenshire – a year of blandness: Irish News
John Manley

This phase of the political process is coming to an end: Irish News
Alex Kane

Top EU negotiator meets with Scottish and Welsh reps, but Northern Ireland is left out: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Sheils McNamee

SF is trying to save face after special status setback – MEP: The News Letter

DUP Pengelly defends 'free society' remarks over bonfire election posters: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

DUP's Gavin Robinson silent on east Belfast bonfires: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Sandy Row residents demand answers after bonfire damage: BBC

British Army slams misuse of band uniform during Twelfth parade: Irish News
Connla Young

Loyalists take over Spanish seaside resort for July 12 parade: Irish News
Allison Morris

Belfast City Council got itself into an awful muddle over bonfires – what will it take to avoid a repetition next year?: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Srebrenica can help us learn lessons from our own past: Irish News
William Scholes

Why demonising the Orange Order flies in the face of the shared and better future we should aspire to: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

After months of tensions, it was a glorious Twelfth: The News Letter
Editorial

We need to see safe bonfires free from offensive displays: Irish News
Editorial

Success of Twelfth must be built upon: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

SF chair's remarks on Poppy Day bomb cause disharmony and trauma: The News Letter
Raymond Farrell

Petition calls for new Council Chairman to be sacked: Impartial Reporter
Julie Kenwell

No action taken against organisers of "cultural fun day" held on council land on day of Martin McGuinness funeral (Jul 12): Irish News
John Monaghan

New IRA the 'biggest threat to state since Provos': Herald.ie
Tom Brady

Human rights poll results welcomed: Derry Journal

Gay unionist politician rejects calls for a Bill of Rights in Northern Ireland (Jul 11): Belfast Telegraph
Brett Campbell

John Hume film charts his role in peace process: BBC

Bertie Ahern 'would not like to be a John Hume' in US now: The Irish Times
Lorna Siggins

Minister slams legal bill for ex-Hyde Park suspect as victims get nothing: The News Letter

Birmingham bombings – justice delayed, justice denied (Jul 12): The Irish Times
Editorial

Interview claims highlight legacy imbalance scandal (Jul 11): The News Letter
Editorial

Man denies putting assets beyond reach of Omagh bomb relatives: The Irish Times

How Belfast emerged from The Troubles much changed and strangely vibrant: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
James Wilson

Celtic supporters' absence a shame for Linfield and the new Northern Ireland, says Brendan Rodgers: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

PSNI on standby ahead of Linfield-Celtic Champions League match: Belfast Telegraph

Linfield could make history with 60,000 sell-out at Celtic: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Centenary of 1916 made 'profound statement' about Irish identity: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Gibraltar is 100% British, its chief minister tells king of Spain: The News Letter

Thursday, July 13

Stormont financial decisions to be made by James Brokenshire next week: Belfast Live
Michael McHugh

Unionists need to stop encouraging fake cultural war: Irish News
Allison Morris

Priest hails 'step forward' after Ardoyne parade passes off peacefully: Irish Independent
Michael McHugh

The Twelfth – It was glorious and biggest in a generation, says Grand Master Stevenson: Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Féin want to rid Northern Ireland of British identity – senior Orangeman: The News Letter

Leading Orangemen call on unionists to reject Irish language act: Irish News
John Monaghan

Peaceful parade past St Patrick's after massive de-escalation of tensions: Irish News
Allison Morris

Sinn Féin's arrogance blasted by Rev Gibson: The News Letter

DUP's Arlene Foster condemns Martin McGuinness effigy on bonfire – 'It is wrong and shouldn't have happened': Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

DUP founding member condemns Martin McGuinness coffin effigy on bonfire: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Belfast bonfire threatened 10-storey tower block in Sandy Row: Belfast Telegraph
Aaron Tinney

Belfast apartment block residents tell of bonfire 'night of hell': Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Dangerous air pollution soared in Belfast amid bonfires: Belfast Live
Ed Carty

Eleventh night – 'It's community, it's family and it's culture': The Irish Times
Peter Murtagh

A glorious and peaceful Twelfth but an ugly Eleventh night: Irish News
Allison Morris

DUP/Tory deal was key to unionist move on bonfires: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Northern Ireland people 'could elect Irish MEPs': BBC
John Campbell

DUP scorns idea of Northern Ireland votes for Republic MEPs: Belfast Telegraph

Brexit talks 'creating uncertainty over peace process': Irish Independent
Sarah Collins

Northern Irish border after Brexit is focus of feisty Prime Minister's Questions: Irish Post
Desmond Busteed

Tory peer compares Sinn Féin to Muslim Brotherhood, saying they're 'rather similar outfits': Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Theresa May receives her marching orders from D.U.P.: America Magazine
David Stewart

Call for an end to brutal practice after 89 victimised in paramilitary-style attacks in Derry area in just eight years: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Victim's anger as dissidents admit he was 'shot by mistake': Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Strabane gunmen mural 'an insult to victims of IRA': Belfast Telegraph
Leona O'Neill

Pub bombings – pressure mounts on police to take action over former IRA man's claims: Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

Birmingham bombs – Just saying sorry for murder is not enough: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

IRA suspect to go on trial in Germany over 1996 barracks attack: The News Letter

Retailer removes 'Battle of the Boyne' from store opening hours after Sinn Féin complaint: Belfast Telegraph

Police – We did not make decision on Celtic ticket allocation for Windsor: The News Letter
John Gillespie

Celtic 'surprised' by Northern Ireland police statement: The Scotsman
Gavin McCafferty

Unionist anger at Belfast council fanzone for Celtic supporters during Linfield game: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

NYC Bar expresses concern at "climate of intimidation" for lawyers in Northern Ireland: Irish News
Allison Morris

Hibernians convene, intervene in trade proposal: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

New York State Comptroller honored by Ulster University for Northern Ireland investment: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

US businessman who helped bring peace and prosperity to Derry honoured by Ulster University (Jul 12): Irish News
Gareth McKeown

George Galloway's 'time for united Ireland' tweet angers novelist Neville: Belfast Telegraph
Brett Campbell

British move could mean Irish 'Cod War': Irish Echo
Evan Short

Seismic social tremors were felt at Belfast gay equality march: The News Letter
Jamie Kennedy

Ulster-Scots e-learning tool is the picture of creativity: Irish News

Key rail projects are being shelved to fund DUP deal, MP Judith Cummins claims during Prime Minister's Questions: The Telegraph and Argus
Claire Wilde

Wednesday, July 12

Coffin with picture of late Martin McGuinness attached to bonfire in Belfast: Belfast Live

Police urged to act over Martin McGuinness effigy and racist banner on bonfires: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

McGuinness bonfire coffin effigy 'vile' – Sinn Féin: Derry Journal

I was raised not to hate, says Martin McGuinness's son after effigy of late father appears on bonfire: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Racist banner against Scott Sinclair 'placed on Belfast bonfire': The Scotsman
Angus Howarth

End annual display of hate over Twelfth, Sinn Féin's Michelle O'Neill challenges PSNI chief Hamilton: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Sinn Féin calls on PSNI to act over bonfire effigies: The News Letter

Dial down the rhetoric – Arlene Foster issues message to those engaged in 'campaign of demonisation' against Loyalist bonfire builders: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

SF posters on bonfire 'a hate crime' – Finucane: ITV

Meet me face-to-face and explain yourselves, MLA challenges bonfire builders: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Sandy Row kids' party goes ahead: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Homes boarded up at bonfire sites ahead of Eleventh night due to safety fears: Sunday World

Fire crews attacked leaving bonfire in Belfast: Irish Mirror
Sarah Scott

Unionist 'cultural convention' bid to deflect from bonfire issue, says Alliance's Bradshaw: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Sheils McNamee

Bonfire injunctions are part of Sinn Féin strategy to neutralise all expressions of unionist culture: The News Letter
Jamie Bryson

Bonfires are a wonderful ritual but safety is paramount: The News Letter
Editorial

Orange Order 12 July parade passes off without protest: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Thousands of Orange Order members join parades for Twelfth of July celebrations: The News Letter

Rossnowlagh could teach rest of country lesson in how to celebrate Twelfth of July: Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

The Twelfth – Cherished traditions, family, old friends and a day like no other: The News Letter
Edward Stevenson

Hoping for a Twelfth that passes without incident: Irish News
Editorial

What a Protestant Parade Reveals About Theresa May's New Partners: The Atlantic
Jonathan S. Blake

Orange Order can no longer claim ownership of the north: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Former ombudsman and life-long gaeilgeoir Maurice Hayes concerned about cost of Irish language act: Irish News

The Troubles Just Under the Surface: Commentary
Max Boot

Former MP Ken Maginnis hopes Brexit 'will restore Britishness': Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Tory linked to DUP Brexit donation remains silent: Belfast Telegraph

Bertie Ahern says lack of Dublin/Belfast Brexit plan 'extraordinary': The Irish Times
Rodney Edwards

'English nationalists" accused of talking up 'Irexit' to cause trouble in Ireland: The Herald
David Leask

Theresa May's fresh start falters: The Irish Times
Editorial

Officer probed over Jamie Bryson flag protest case: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Sinn Féin councillor accuses police of 'washing their hands' of complaints about UVF flag: Irish News
John Monaghan

Council-funded banners with UDA terror motto to be taken down after complaints: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

'Anti-British' stickers removed by Mid Ulster Council: Tyrone Times
Stanley Campbell

Councillor hits out over 'bigoted graffiti': Portadown Times

'Courageous' apology from Michael Hayes for IRA bombings: The Irish Times
Sean Dunne, Harry McGee and Conor Lally

Birmingham bombs – Military clothes an insult, says sister of victim: Belfast Telegraph
Linda Stewart

Man who spent 17 years in jail for IRA Birmingham bombing he did not carry out brands an apology by former member 'insulting': Irish Sun
Jason Johnson

Birmingham suspect 'also planted bomb which nearly killed Thatcher': Belfast Telegraph
Aaron Tinney

Who is alleged bomber Michael Christopher Hayes?: The Irish Times
Conor Lally

Birmingham bombs – Interview served no purpose other than to outrage grieving relatives: Belfast Telegraph
Anthony McIntyre

Republicans deny Donald Trump donated to Sinn Féin party: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
James Wilson

Celtic fans 'extremely disappointed' at not being consulted over decision to refuse ticket allocation: Irish News
Andrew Madden

Scott Brown unfazed by lack of away fans at Linfield tie in Belfast: BBC

Tuesday, July 11

Birmingham Pub Bombings – IRA suspect says sorry and offers "heartfelt sympathies": Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

IRA bomb maker's sorry for Birmingham pub blasts which claimed 21 lives saying 'we didn't intend to kill anyone': Irish Mirror
Martin Fricker

Victim families' call for arrest of IRA suspect after "insulting" apology for the Birmingham pub bombings: The Herald
Martin Williams

IRA suspect's apology is worthless, says sister of Birmingham bombs victim: Belfast Telegraph
Cate McCurry

NI political reaction to Birmingham pub bombing apology: BBC

Victim calls on politicians to visit him in the hospice as his time runs out: Irish News
Allison Morris

Irish Language Act impasse 'madness' says Maurice Hayes: Belfast Telegraph
Declan Bogue and Noel McAdam

Proposed Irish language act could breach Good Friday deal, lawyer says: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Irish language act would be no more than a recognition of reality in north: Irish News
Fionnuala O Connor

Patience of McGuinness a useful example for North's deadlocked parties: The Irish Times
Martin Mansergh

Lack of consensus sees Parades Commission uphold Drumcree ban: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Richard Cook defends DUP Brexit donation but refuses to reveal source: Irish News
John Monaghan

Gerry Adams says British will go for Brexit hard border and that will be "devastating": Belfast Telegraph
Niall O'Dowd and Emma Devlin

Unionist politicians branded 'spineless' for silence on bonfires injunction: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

UUP councillor feels 'let down' by Belfast colleagues over bonfire injunction silence: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Sinn Féin accused of 12th July 'cultural war' by DUP and PUP: BBC

Masked men 'break injunction' to extend Belfast bonfire: Belfast Live
Deborah McAleese

DUP defends building Omagh bonfire on public property: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Council decision to pull children's Bonfire party funding a disgrace – MLA: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Sinn Féin's John Finucane reports election posters on bonfire to PSNI: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Belfast homes boarded up ahead of Eleventh night bonfire: BBC

Cancer patient's misery over loyalist bonfire thugs: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Crane used to lift bonfire pallets near electricity substation: Irish News
Connla Young

Loyalist paramilitaries building unsafe bonfires, claims Belfast pastor: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Replacement pallets promised after bonfire set alight: The News Letter

Woman admits 'danger' to home near Belfast bonfire but is 'happy because house is insured': Belfast Telegraph

Loyalist t-shirt sales spike after Co Armagh firm called 'bigoted': The News Letter

Belfast bonfire injunction – Council outlines aim of court order: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Councils across north urged to consider bonfire injunctions: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Belfast council hired contractor to 'control wood build-up as needed': Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Unionists propose 'cultural convention' in response bonfire tensions: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Police warn over resources amid bonfire tensions: ITV

An agreed policy on bonfires is essential: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

'Tensions flare' as DUP and Sinn Féin clash in over flag-flying in Derry: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

UDA memorial built on Housing Executive land 'without approval': Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Bail refused again to Lurgan man accused of planning dissident attack: The News Letter

Plea for return of flags stolen from GAA club: The News Letter

Linfield set to bring up to 1,500 supporters to Champions League tie with Celtic in Glasgow: BBC

Safety expert voices concerns over Celtic-Linfield Champions League qualifier: Irish News
Andrew Madden

Linfield v Celtic – Let's not go back to bad old days, says Blues boss ahead of Windsor clash: Belfast Telegraph
Steven Beacom

Peer hits out over anti-DUP gay pride banner: The News Letter

City, residents have ties to Ireland: LaGrange Daily News
Amalia Kortright

Catholic sectarianism frustrated 1916 ideals, says Diarmuid Martin: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Monday, July 10

Orangemen barred from Garvaghy Road for 19th successive year: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

20 years on from last march, defiant Orangemen vow they won't give up on Drumcree: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Drumcree – 'We've tried to talk, it's time to walk', Orange Order district master says: Belfast Telegraph

Orange Order has 'reached out' in face of constant attack: The News Letter

Republic's Orangemen proclaim their identity: The Irish Times
Ciarán D'Arcy

Orangeism enters new era of outreach and understanding (Jul 8): The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Police, council and fire service have to act if unsafe bonfires lit – Alliance: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Calm in east Belfast in face of bonfire storm: The News Letter

DUP and PUP councillors respond over Belfast bonfire injunction: Belfast Telegraph

Belfast bonfire injunction – Police clarify position after court order granted: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Loyalists appear to take steps to abide by Belfast City Council bonfire injunction: Irish News
John Monaghan

Jamie Bryson stokes tensions with councillor bonfire ultimatum: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Bonfire injunction – 'What is the council and PSNI going to do... take about 700 of us to court?': Belfast Telegraph
Brett Campbell

Contractor employed to remove Belfast bonfire wood, Sinn Féin councillor McVeigh claims: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Positive developments over bonfires: Irish News
Editorial

Once again bonfires add fuel to tensions: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

'Tragedy' of direct rule is inevitable if governments don't get a grip – Hain: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

SF using Act to balkanise NI – UUP chief: Belfast Telegraph

This embarrassing, unfunny DUP-SF farce has run its course – end it now: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Absence of trust is preventing restoration of the executive: Irish News
Tom Kelly

May's deal with DUP faces legal challenge from crowdfunding campaign: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott and Henry McDonald

Wilson rubbishes legal challenge to DUP pact: The News Letter

Largest party at Westminster must be able to form pacts: The News Letter
Editorial

Arrogant Britain must repent over Brexit mistake: Irish News
Tom Collins

Simon Coveney and Sinn Féin slip away in RTE mist and fog (Jul 9): Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

286 individuals and families rehoused due to paramilitary intimidation: Irish News
Andrew Madden

'No place in our society' for shootings (Jul 4): Derry Journal

Louth man found guilty of IRA membership jailed: Sunday World

Case of man accused of IRA membership adjourned: Irish Independent
Daniel Hickey

Shame at IRA's blood-soaked, futile campaign explains Sinn Féin's desire to rewrite history: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Key suspects in Sean Brown murder named: Irish News
Connla Young

Government misses deadline on Libya-IRA report: The News Letter

'David Bleakley was frugal – an example that politicians today could learn from' (Jul 6): Belfast Telegraph
Connal Parr

Derry woman claims US-born husband is 'hostage' in north because she won't call herself British: Irish News
Paul Ainsworth

Worlds apart, but joined together by bonds of Orange brotherhood: The News Letter

Yes, Northern Ireland should have the £1bn. But what about other UK regions? (Jun 27): The Guardian
Jonn Elledge

Northern Ireland economy growing with hopes boosted further by DUP's £1bn deal: Belfast Telegraph
Margaret Canning

DUP booed at London gay pride event: The News Letter

Can gay rights transform unionism and Northern Ireland?: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Cahir O'Doherty

Archbishop says Church stubbornly reluctant to let go of the control of schools: TheJournal.ie
Christina Finn

Sunday, July 9

May's deal with DUP faces legal challenge from crowdfunding campaign: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

Scottish Greens back legal challenge to DUP deal: Sunday Herald
Peter Swindon

Corbyn's Carrot to tempt DUP: Tribune Magazine
John Coulter

Orange Order rubbished idea Irish act would not discriminate: The News Letter

It is tempting to conclude that Sinn Féin has no strategy (Jul 8): Irish News
Patrick Murphy

If MLAs can't seal the deal, cut their wages: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Ex-UUP minister – Unionists are missing a key factor in SF's arguments about rights: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Arlene on parade as seaside village turns orange in the sun: Sunday Independent

Fire commander in Eleventh Night plea: The News Letter

Two decades since Orangemen last walked Garvaghy: The News Letter

Let's hope for a peaceful Twelfth at this time of political instability: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

What the Twelfth means to us: Belfast Telegraph

Patten report paved way for current criminal justice attacks on RUC (Jul 5): The News Letter
William Matchett

Council Chairman Stephen McCann will not 'go down the road of condemning' Enniskillen bombing: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Enniskillen victims' anger over Sinn Féin man's bomb remarks: The News Letter

Long slams former candidate over IRA remarks: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Father Gary Donegan awarded honorary degree: Impartial Reporter

Fears over Narrow Water bridge project ahead of planning permission expiry: Belfast Telegraph

Segregated schools 'harming' Northern Ireland: Irish World

Thumbs up, thumbs down – democracy is now a virtual game: Sunday Independent
Nicky Larkin

Former BNP chief who changed heart and ditched hate party: Sunday World
Steven Moore

Council edits webcast of meeting following controversial comments about football club (Jul 8): Irish News
Paul Ainsworth

Government to 'focus more' on the provision of services to Irish speakers: The Irish Times
Éanna Ó Caollaí

Sinn Féin is accused of undermining terror fight: Sunday Independent
Wayne O'Connor

So, Stella Creasy, since when did Labour care about the abortion rights of NI women?: Belfast Telegraph
Aaron Edwards

Gardai acting like a private police force for Regina Doherty: Irish Mirror
Pat Flanagan

A hard Brexit is now less likely, even if DUP support it: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Brexit now resembles a mash-up of 'Father Ted': The Irish Times
Chris Johns

Michael Collins 'would not be happy' with suggestions Ireland follow Britain out of EU: TheJournal.ie
Michelle Hennessy

Cork Gaeltacht a blueprint for heritage protection (Jul 3): Irish Examiner
Niall Murray

Peaceworker Ronit Sela knows all about peace walls (Jul 6): Irish News
Joanne Sweeney

It's time for a fair deal for Yorkshire (Jul 4): Yorkshire Evening Post
Stewart Golton

Terror informants will face lie detector tests: Independent on Sunday
Greg Wilford

Saturday, July 8

'Pressure pot' summit can break logjam, says McNarry: Belfast Telegraph
Aaron Tinney

Westminster will step in if no Stormont budget by autumn: The News Letter

Criminal justice chief Brendan McGuigan calls for devolution to be restored: Belfast Telegraph

Ulster-Scots Agency 'not consulted by the DUP' on hybrid act proposals: The News Letter

Desperate May's need to cling on to power is reason we are in limbo: Belfast Telegraph
Michelle O'Neill

Talks pause will allow for the festive bonfires of blame: Irish News
Newton Emerson

If calls to return Stormont are heeded, then SF gets its way: The News Letter
Editorial

Terror victims right to fight on in their pursuit of justice: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Sinn Féin has serious limelight deficiencies in North and south: Irish Independent
John Downing

Ex IRA bomber – O'Neill had chance to write a new chapter but instead chose to commemorate IRA terror: The News Letter
Shane Paul O'Doherty

Claims the DUP wants a 'soft Brexit' are not borne out by the evidence: The News Letter
Sam McBride

British government must wake up to disastrous consequences of hard Brexit: Irish News
Editorial

Anti-corruption group has concerns over NI party donations: The News Letter

SDLP to launch 'grassroots rebuild': Irish News
Connla Young

Tensions mount as High Court injunction halts the building of four bonfires on council land: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Orangemen banned again from Garvaghy Road: Irish News
Connla Young

Bonfire builders erect closure sign due to 'threat on our culture from nationalists': Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Police halt bid to close off-licences on parade route as deal is struck to limit opening hours: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Injunction could signal end of large-scale bonfires: Irish News
Allison Morris

Anti-internment march and loyalist parade planned for same day next month: Belfast Telegraph

Anger over UDA motto on flags paid for by council: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Waterside flags 'seen by many as marking territory': Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Ex-mayor's anger at sectarian graffiti on site of new houses: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

West Belfast communities under siege from a new teen gang: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Man arrested in loyalist paramilitary probe: Belfast Live
Shauna Corr

Crumlin Star to review security after Cllr's IRA links allegation: Belfast Media
Evan Short

Prominent republican Carl Reilly granted bail: Irish News

John Hume restored to his rightful place in Irish history: The Irish Times
Donald Clarke

SF council chairman won't 'go down road of condemning' Enniskillen bombing: The News Letter

Anger at council chair's 'wicked' comments on Poppy Day massacre: Belfast Telegraph
Brett Campbell

Pub bombings inquest scope – would same approach be taken for Grenfell Tower victims?: Birmingham Mail
Christopher Stanley

Coroner rules against exhuming body of man shot dead in Belfast in 1971: Belfast Telegraph

Arlene Foster named as public figure teen allegedly abused online: Belfast Live
Shauna Corr

Pride flag flying at Northern Ireland Army base 'throws tradition out the window': Belfast Telegraph

James Nesbitt 'frustrated' at Stormont deadlock – Extraordinary gay marriage and abortion not legal in Northern Ireland, says actor: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

No glory in using abortion as a political football: The News Letter
Sandra Chapman

'Joint DUP-Sinn Féin approach' could lead to abuse compensation: BBC

Linfield chairman confident of 'football spectacle' against Celtic: The News Letter

Safety expert warns Celtic fans will attend Linfield clash after tickets emerge on resale sites: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Culture department's name changed after pressure from Irish language groups: TheJournal.ie
Gráinne Ní Aodha

Garda caution for US professor who criticised Minister Regina Doherty 'points to political policing': Irish Mirror
James Ward

Cornish separatist terror group says it has a would-be SUICIDE attacker in its ranks as it admits burning down Rick Stein's seafood restaurant after a decade of peace: Daily Mail
Dave Burke

Give English regions same £1bn deal as Northern Ireland, Unite leader tells PM: Irish News
Tom Wilkinson

Friday, July 7

DUP opposed to 'affirmative action' on Irish language: The News Letter

We need a secretary of state who is taken seriously: Irish News
Alex Kane

Northern Ireland – tribal politics triumphs again: The Irish Times
Editorial

DUP motion welcoming Tory deal branded 'self-indulgent': Impartial Reporter
Jonathan Rainey

Alliance hits out at 'empty words' from rivals on donor anonymity: The News Letter

We will find a Border solution, insists Barnier: Irish Independent
Sarah Collins

MEPs cheer Jim Nicholson and reject NI special status after Brexit: The News Letter
Sam McBride

SF denies bullying is an issue in the party: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

'Army council decides Sinn Féin's strategy', Fianna Fáil TD tells Dáil: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Loyalists plan Belfast city centre parade at same time as anti-internment march: Irish News
Connla Young

It's wee buns for Belfast bakery as loyal patrons snap up Twelfth treats: Belfast Telegraph
Christine Carriagan

Beattie calls for respect at Bonfires (Jul 5): The News Letter

Towering loyalist bonfire built near petrol station: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Red, white and blue bunting erected outside Irish school – but not Orange hall: Irish News
Connla Young

PSNI make arrests and seize cash in move against suspected UDA gang: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Carrickfergus man accused of trying to kill bouncer in 'Loyalist feud' can't return to town for funeral: Belfast Live
Alan Erwin

Alleged IRA bomb maker has conviction upheld on appeal: Sunday World
Ruaidhrí Giblin

Man accused of IRA membership arrested after prison officer killing: Sunday World

Laois town to host tribute to Sinn Féin's Martin McGuinness: Leinster Express
Lynda Kiernan

Mural in memory of Falls Curfew: Irish News
Allison Morris

Where was Sinn Féin's concern for human rights on Bloody Friday, at Claudy, La Mon or Enniskillen? (Jul 6): Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Civil rights campaign highlighted need to keep political show on the road (Jul 3): Irish News
Deaglan de Breadun

DPP – I enjoyed learning Gaelic in Scotland, where the speakers are Presbyterian (Jul 5): The News Letter
Ben Lowry

SDLP's John Dallat – Online abuse after attack on car 'worst in 40 years' as politician: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Blogger considers legal action over Garda caution at airport: The Irish Times
Harry McGee, Conor Gallagher and Michael O'Regan

Justine Greening does not agree with DUP members who label homosexuality repulsive, vile and wrong (Jul 6): Irish News
Jon Vale

Time to tackle the emerging crisis in Irish American identity (Jul 4): The Irish Times
Ted Smyth

Need to strike a tough deal? Here's how to channel your inner Arlene Foster (Jun 28): The Guardian
Jack Bernhardt

DUP subjected to unfair ridicule on a conscience matter (Jul 1): The News Letter
Editorial

Planned restrictions on schools admissions legally untenable – expert: Irish Catholic
Greg Daly

The Equal Status Act is in danger of enshrining inequality in law (Jul 6): Irish Examiner
Victoria White

School admission policies – Our world has changed, so must we (Jun 30): Irish Examiner
Editorial

British approach to Brexit will not work, warns Coveney: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Brexit may be a disaster for Ireland, but solutions can be found to minimise damage from its impact (Jul 4): Irish Independent
Neale Richmond

Does Brexit mean Irexit for Ireland? (Jul 6): The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

Ireland is not going to leave the EU – it thinks Brexit is a stupid idea (Jul 4): iNews.co.uk
Karl McDonald

Security fears rise over fans clashing at Celtic's Euro tie against Linfield in Belfast as home tickets go on sale online: Scottish Sun
Alex Gordon and Darren Hamilton

Cops in sectarianism warning ahead of Alloa Orange Walk after 'Famine Song' footage at Glasgow march: Scottish Sun
Matt Coyle

Scotland's indyref2 may have been delayed. But expect it by 2021 (Jun 28): The Guardian
Ruth Wishart

It's not if, but when indyref2 will be called (Jun 29): The Scotsman
Kenny MacAskill

Thursday, July 6

Brexit – Bid to earn special EU status for Northern Ireland defeated by MEPs: Belfast Live
Michael McHugh

EU warns of 'negative' consequences including border checks after Brexit: Irish News
Andrew Woodcock

Disappointment as 'special status' for Northern Ireland proposal shot down: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Stormont deal was close, insists Sugden as Washington urges parties to keep talks alive: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little and Noel McAdam

Stormont stalemate – Brokenshire to make financial decisions: BBC
Julian O'Neill

James Brokenshire in talks to redistribute £120million of Stormont finances: Belfast Live
David Young

Ó Muilleoir slammed after tweet sympathising with under threat workers: The News Letter

DUP and Sinn Féin reject claim they agreed to keep pay flowing if talks failed: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Terminally-ill Billy McConville is the real face of political failure: Irish News
Allison Morris

Gregory Campbell would accept 'culture and language act': The News Letter
Niall Deeney

O Muilleoir cries fake news over civil service Irish speakers claim: The News Letter
Sam McBride

DUP politicians dubbed SF Irish plan a 'ludicrous' act for a 'dead language': The News Letter

Ian Paisley Jr slams 'universal hatred' of DUP and compares abuse to Islamophobia: London Evening Standard
Kate Proctor

DUP deal with Tories 'breached' rules of devolution: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Pressure will pile on DUP-Tory agreement: Irish News
Newton Emerson

It's time for the DUP to rise above sectarianism: The Spectator
Jenny McCartney

FF leader sharply criticises Donald Trump's knowledge of Ireland: The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

Sinn Féin criticises DUP assembly member for saying residents of Northern Ireland are British: Irish News

Leaked letter backs claims four Northern Ireland parties wanted donors kept secret: Belfast Telegraph
Steven Alexander

Alliance breaks ranks on political donations: BBC
Stephen Walker

SNP and Greens join calls for backdating of Stormont party donations: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

No new laws planned on bonfires: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Belfast council gave staff 'excellence award' for bonfire management: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Pallets row bonfire gets torched... but locals vow to build it again: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Concerns raised after UVF flags erected in Co Tyrone: Irish News
Connla Young

Planning enforcement to look into lamp post banner celebrating UVF killer: Belfast Live
Shauna Corr

New IRA's political party Saoradh ditches Belfast leader in bust-up: Sunday World

Arrest over violent dissident republican activity: ITV

Kevin Nolan jailed for storing Semtex and guns in Belfast: BBC

Man held by police investigating shots fired over coffin in west Belfast: Irish News

Man released in investigation over INLA links: ITV

Trio in court over sectarian murder of Paul McCauley: Belfast Telegraph
George Jackson

Man jailed over Belfast bomb to appeal conviction after Real IRA 'debrief document' disclosed: Irish News
Connla Young

Loyalist feud attempted murder accused Sinclair barred from funeral: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Dublin city council calls for release of McConville and Wootton: Irish News
Connla Young

You can't compare Islamic State terrorism with the IRA, insists Sinn Féin MLA: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria Leonard

Sinn Féin MEP must apologise for 'insulting' terrorism comments, says Diane Dodds: The News Letter
Niall Deeney

MP reveals he received death threats after giving evidence in a Northern Ireland bomb trial: Daily Mirror
Jon Vale and Lizzy Buchan

Peace campaigner whose son died in IRA blast speaks out about Manchester Arena attack: Manchester Evening News
Beth Abbit

Pub bombings fury – Coroner will not investigate bombers because "it is not in the public interest": Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

Linfield say Celtic fans will be refused admittance to Champions League game in Belfast: The News Letter

Celtic fans feel 'betrayed' over Windsor Park shut-out: Irish News
Allison Morris

Leon Reid – Sprinter would turn down GB London spot to keep Ireland ambition alive: BBC

Blair on Britain, Border, and Brexit: Irish World
Bernard Purcell

Brexit – UK may not actually exit the EU, warn political sources: The Independent
Lucy Pasha-Robinson

Wednesday, July 5

Bitter recriminations as Stormont talks look set to be shelved for summer: The News Letter
David Young

Brokenshire bottled it, say angry Alliance: Belfast Telegraph

DUP hits out at the Irish government for 'sticking its nose in' Stormont talks: TheJournal.ie
Gráinne Ní Aodha

DUP-Tory ties blamed for failure to secure Stormont power-sharing deal: ITV

Fear that Irish language act 'could change nature of NI': The News Letter

No reasonable person can back Irish language act – Swann: The News Letter

Assembly members must still be paid, say DUP and Sinn Féin: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Fresh calls to suspend MLA salaries do not have the support of DUP or Sinn Féin: Irish News
David Young

MLAs deserve salaries 'because they are still working hard': Derry Journal

So Stormont could agree on one thing ... they should keep getting their wages: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Northern Ireland politicians kick gift horse in the teeth: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

No marquee moment at Northern Ireland talks as process fizzles like damp squib: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Why the DUP and Sinn Féin can't reach a deal on power-sharing in the North: TheJournal.ie
Sean Murray

Still no deal ... so why pay MLAs £1m a month for doing nothing?: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

James Brokenshire is to blame for failure of Stormont talks: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Sinn Féin's hardball stance the stumbling block: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Why questions over DUP financing could come back to haunt Sinn Féin: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

We've been DUPed over 'Strong and Stable' May: Crawley and Horley Observer
Peter Lamb

'It's not extreme!' John Humphrys bashes Sinn Féin politician for attacking Tory-DUP deal: Daily Express
Chris Campbell

Presbyterian warning – Irish act risks 'devaluing the language': The News Letter

Sinn Féin dismisses 10% Irish speakers in civil service demand claim as 'bumpkin': Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Electoral Commission in political donations call: BBC

Donor secrecy decision – Long reveals letter to Brokenshire: The News Letter
Sam McBride

DUP, Sinn Féin, SDLP and UUP all pressed for past political donations to stay secret – claim: Belfast Telegraph
Aaron Tinney

Definition of victim cannot be ignored: The News Letter

NI proxy vote rise 'noteworthy' and being investigated – Electoral Office: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Planning officials asked to investigate UVF banner: Irish News
Connla Young

Belfast council refusing to comment on bonfire issues: Irish News
Monika Unsworth

UDA boss Stitt's gang behind theft of bonfire pallets stored by Belfast City Council: The Sunday Life
Sarah Henderson

Sinn Féin on a witch-hunt over pallets, says Rodgers: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria Leonard

'Imminent' talks planned in effort to limit massive east Belfast bonfire: The News Letter

Sinn Féin 'is in turmoil and needs a radical shake-up of management': councillor: Irish Independent
Eoghan MacConnell

Belfast peaceline ban for Twelfth parade angers unionists: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Nationalists welcome ban on parade through peaceline: Irish News
Connla Young

Parade ruling shows that it was right not to rush into language act: The News Letter
Editorial

'Famine Song' Scottish band to march in Belfast on Twelfth: Irish News
Connla Young

Overnight shooting 'will not drag us back to past': Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Man arrested by police investigating 'organised criminality associated to the INLA': Belfast Live
Ryan Smith

DPP – 'I have appealed lenient jail terms in dissident terrorist cases': The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Legacy of the past – Victims campaigners protest at Stormont: Belfast Telegraph

Football club seeks legal advice over 'outrageous' Ruth Patterson claims: Irish News
Allison Morris

Ireland urged to cash in on Brexit by Canadanian PM: The News Letter
Ed Carty

Free NHS abortions offered to Northern Irish women in Scotland and Wales: The Independent
Katie Forster

Paisley issues warning over abortion in Northern Ireland: The News Letter
Lizzy Buchan

There's no place for Orange parades in modern Scotland: The National (Scotland)

Tuesday, July 4

Northern Ireland – DUP and Sinn Féin granted more time to reach deal: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

'Political breakthrough' urgently needed in NI – Coveney: ITV

PM could 'do a bit more' by flying to Belfast, says Labour: The News Letter
Richard Wheeler and Jon Vale

Stormont deal unlikely thanks to "hostile" atmosphere during marching season, Sinn Féin claims: Belfast Live
Michael McHugh and David Young

SDLP leader says direct rule shouldn't be 'price' of DUP-SF 'failure': The News Letter

'Hostile' marching season atmosphere complicating talks, says Sinn Féin: The News Letter
David Young and Michael McHugh

Sinn Féin – Relations with DUP at lowest ebb since 2002: Belfast Telegraph
Sean O'Driscoll

'Positive discrimination plan' for Irish speakers: The News Letter

Hardline version of an Irish language act previously proposed by SF minister: The News Letter

Fed-up residents of Shankill and Falls left united in frustration: Belfast Telegraph
Christine Carrigan

Sinn Féin should not hold devolution to ransom for narrow gain on Irish language: Belfast Telegraph
Arlene Foster

Brokenshire bending over backwards to show he doesn't want direct rule: The News Letter
Sam McBride

£1bn gamble – No prospect of Stormont deal as civil servants to get greater control: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Linda Ervine – 'Curry my yoghurt' pushed me towards Irish act: The News Letter

Northern Ireland power-sharing deal close to a 'dead parrot': Sydney Morning Herald
Nick Miller

Why a Northern Ireland power-sharing deal probably won't be reached anytime soon: New Statesman
Stephen Bush

Little chance of compromise between such bitter political enemies: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Curbing politicians' pay might get the gears moving again: Irish Independent
John Downing

Their same-sex marriage stance exposes Sinn Féin hypocrisy over failed talks: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

Stormont deadlocked, again – Irish enlisted as a political Armalite: Irish Examiner
Editorial

At some point, direct rule will be the only response to SF tactics: The News Letter
Editorial

Abuse victim sends out powerful message to politicians: Irish News
Editorial

Donations to Stormont parties to be published: BBC

Northern Ireland political party donations from Republic will be published: Belfast Telegraph

Political donation reforms part of side deal, claims former senior electoral official: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh and David Young

Concerns that details of NI political donations not back-dated: The News Letter

No 'side deal' on political donations with Tories, DUP's Donaldson says: Belfast Telegraph
Sue Doherty

Does law change on NI political donor secrecy go far enough?: TheDetail.tv
Niall McCracken

Theresa May 'called David Cameron to beg for his support' over DUP deal: The Independent
Harriet Agerholm

Anger after flags erected at shared housing estate: Belfast Media
Evan Short

Row continues over erection of UVF flags: Banbridge Leader

Families say UVF killer Wesley Somerville banner is a hate crime: Irish News
Conor Cruise O'Brien

Replacement banner paying tribute to UVF murderer in Co Tyrone village is legal – PSNI: Belfast Telegraph
Leona O'Neill

Unionists furious after contentious Whiterock parade to be re-routed: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Two Belfast Orange Lodges re-routed on Twelfth morning: The News Letter

Famine Song not meant to offend says senior Orangeman Mervyn Gibson: Irish News
Connla Young

Belfast councillors agree to investigation into storage of pallets: BBC
Mark Simpson

Man shot in both legs in Derry: BBC

PSNI condemn 'brutal' shooting of man in Co Derry: Belfast Live
Sheena McStravick

DPP – We are not using legacy directions against the security forces capriciously: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Pub bombings inquest: Will the Coroner investigate the suspected bombers – and name them?: Birmingham Mail
Julie Hambleton

SF's no-show at Somme meeting was an 'oversight': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Linfield making strides against sectarianism and hoping to tackle Celtic: The Guardian
Paul Doyle

Leo Varadkar rejects former diplomat advice on leaving EU: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Orange Order parade ban warning in wake of Famine Song police probe: Scottish Daily Record

Monday, July 3

DUP and Sinn Féin deadlocked as Brokenshire mulls options: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

UUP's Lord Trimble calls on Brokenshire to hand power to Northern Ireland Assembly: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

NI secretary to make call on future of Stormont talks: BBC

Sinn Féin urged to 'look at bigger picture' – not Irish language: The News Letter

Sinn Féin denies seeking 'cultural supremacy' via Irish Language Act: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Coveney 'harming prospects of Stormont deal': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Terminally ill son of Jean McConville sends powerful message to warring politicians: Irish News
Allison Morris

Another extension looks likely as Adams proves evasive on language cost: Irish Independent
John Downing

Stormont crisis – Direct rule now looking unlikely as talks set to be put on ice: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

There will not be an Assemby without a step change by DUP: Belfast Telegraph
John O'Dowd

Why Coveney's support for Sinn Féin on Irish is a bridge too far (Jul 2): Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Why an Irish language Act would be a total disaster for Irish: Belfast Telegraph
Brian MacLochlainn

North deadlocked once again – Tough love time: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Orange leader – We must reach out to strengthen the Union: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

The DUP – and all unionists – must do more to sell the Union positively: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Tory ex-NI Secretary Villiers insists £1bn DUP deal 'will help both sides': Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston and Arj Singh

Keith Brown in Westminster visit for talks on DUP deal: BBC

Ann Travers appointed to new victims' service team: The News Letter

Removed Wesley Somerville banner replaced: Irish News
Connla Young

PSNI spearheading efforts to better detect online terrorist content: Belfast Telegraph

Detained republican Tony Taylor to sue SoS: Irish News
Connla Young

Belfast councillors to debate bonfire pallets storage controversy: Irish News

Secret German peacemaker in Northern Ireland: BBC
Sean Coughlan

Five gardai caught up in IRA booby-trap bomb to get bravery medal: The News Letter

Canary Wharf victim reassured by Donaldson on Libya-IRA compensation: The News Letter

Sinn Féin MLA Caoimhe Archibald – 'In terms of strong female politicians, I look to Arlene Foster, Theresa May, Nicola Sturgeon and Angela Merkel... confident, capable women and positive role models: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Revealed – 47% of higher education students are Catholics and 30% Protestants: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Sheils McNamee

Marriage equality 'must be brought forward now': Derry Journal

DUP raps Sinn Féin as all its Belfast councillors miss Somme meeting: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Obama speechwriter joins Ian Paisley Jnr for Kennedy school: The Irish Times
Sorcha Pollak

Ireland must 'seriously consider Irexit' – says UK think tank: Irish Independent
Dean Gray

Irish Remain group say UK government has "completely underestimated" task of Brexit: Irish News
Andrew Madden

Britain plays its hand amateurishly in Brexit poker: The Irish Times
Chris Johns

Irish alarm grows over Brexit debacle: Irish News
Editorial

Ireland faces a big decision on EU military co-operation: The Irish Times
Editorial

Britain 'so worried about Jihadis in Ireland they have sent MI5 agents to monitor them': Irish Mirror
Cormac O'Shea

Whatever the cost of keeping royals on the road, taxpayers should be quite happy to pay it: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Cops launch probe after video emerges of crowd chanting 'Famine Song' at Glasgow Orange Walk: Scottish Sun
Matt Coyle

Why I've changed my mind on Orange marches: The Herald
Marianne Taylor

DUP concern over visit by anti-Israeli campaigner: Belfast Telegraph

Sunday, July 2

Northern Irish power-sharing agreement faces delays, warn Sinn Féin: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Sinn Féin leader accuses DUP of lacking urgency in NI talks: BBC

Spare us the war talk from Westminster (Jun 29): The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

Could Irish language issue be solved with a look at history?: The News Letter
Sandra Chapman

Irish language act is key to progress (Jun 30): Irish News
Editorial

Ulster Scots is not enough to offset an Irish Language Act (Jun 28): The News Letter
Editorial

Pressure is on SF to act in interests of all (Jun 28): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Gove denies £1b DUP deal was a 'bung': Belfast Telegraph

Nicola Sturgeon faces call to sue over Tory-DUP deal that disadvantages Scotland: Sunday Herald
Andrew Whitaker

Ipswich MP Sandy Martin says DUP deal will mean Suffolk will miss out on cash: East Anglian Daily Times
Richard Porritt

DUP helped bring peace to Northern Ireland: Sunday Express
Theresa Villiers

There is a magic money tree. But only for the Queen and the DUP (Jun 27): The Guardian
Owen Jones

The DUP may live to regret stealing a £1billion march on the rest of Britain: Scottish Daily Record
Alex Bell

Cartoons an attack on the people of Northern Ireland (Jun 28): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Theresa May blasted for shelling out £20K for RAF plane to fly DUP leader Arlene Foster home: The Sun
David Wooding

UK entry fee could be used to improve border technology (Jun 29): Belfast Telegraph

There must be no internal UK border – MEP: Farming Life

"Labour are as pro-Brexit as the Tories" – what do Sinn Féin's MPs really want from Westminster? (Jun 28): New Statesman
Patrick Maguire

PSNI was aware of Belfast council bonfire pallets storage: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Council bonfire management scheme criticised over local 'notorious' blaze: Irish News
Paul Ainsworth

Sectarianism, racism and intolerance are blights on society and we won't combat them until there is mutual respect: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Ardoyne foster dad shot by gang looking for drugs speaks out about terror: Belfast Live
Jilly Beattie

Former Real IRA chief in fireball horror: Sunday World
Patrick O'Connell

DPP – The state is at disadvantage in Troubles probes but there is no prosecution bias against security forces: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Quakers thanked by Councillors for service to families at Long Kesh (Jun 28): Derry Journal

Patten – NI police reform best thing I did (Jun 28): The News Letter

Vanguard unionist Robert Overend 'never intimidated' by murder attempts (Jun 28): Derry Journal

Galway soldiers tell of life in the Irish Guards (Jun 27): Connacht Tribune
Dave O'Connell

Valley families host Northern Ireland teens for peace initiative: Youngstown Vindicator
Jordyn Grzelewski

Same-sex marriage campaigners call for law change in Northern Ireland: The Independent
Michael Mchugh and David Young

Northern Ireland's gay marriage ban is un-Christian, says minister: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

'Government acted appallingly by extending abortion provision' – Allister: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Human rights body granted leave for challenge: The News Letter

A cynical act by frantic Tories, but move over free abortions for NI women is not before time: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Women in all parts of the UK should have control of their bodies: The Guardian
Catherine Bennett

New Orange Order heritage centre opens in Limavady: Belfast Live
Chris Sherrard

Catholic Church here crying out for leaders to follow in Francis's footsteps: Irish Independent
Tony Flannery

Crisis in Irish Catholic priesthood revealed at meetings of clergy (Jun 28): The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Churches need to ponder why the decline in attendance is so severe: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

MSPs to examine bid to scrap football sectarian behaviour legislation: The Herald

Time for wider Yes movement to campaign for independence (Jul 1): The Herald
Kevin McKenna

Saturday, July 1

DUP and Sinn Féin close to Northern Ireland power-sharing deal: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Theresa May urges DUP and Sinn Féin leaders to reach a deal: BBC

Brokenshire warns NI 'political hiatus' cannot continue: ITV

PM and Taoiseach 'should be involved in talks' – SF: ITV

SF don't need to have their hands held – Poots: The News Letter

British and Irish sources reject Sinn Féin's Stormont demands: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

DUP's Christopher Stalford calls for end to NI 'culture war': BBC

Decision on Irish language should wait – MLA: The News Letter

As power heads to Westminster, Sinn Féin's strategy is far less obvious: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Acts and language matter, not only in Irish: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Stormont's spoiled children at it again: Irish News
Patrick Murphy

Political spiel is a vastly different language to the one we all know and love: Irish Independent
Billy Keane

Time to strike a deal in Northern Ireland talks: The Irish Times
Editorial

Political donations – NI secretary to address transparency issue: BBC
Enda McClafferty

What I said in my address to the Sinn Féin conference on Irish unity: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Unionists have nothing to fear from a united Ireland: TheJournal.ie
Matt Carthy

Sammy Wilson affirms that DUP want to quit single market: The News Letter

DUP man calls for Union flag to be removed from Catholic church: Irish News
Connla Young

Council criticised for putting up flagpole and Union flag in Co Derry village: Irish News

Extradition proceedings for David Black accused set for next month: The News Letter

Belfast bonfire builder has conviction for stealing pallets: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Council bonfire management scheme criticised over local 'notorious' blaze: Irish News
Paul Ainsworth

Son of man cleared over terror fails in payout bid: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Daughter of MLA says she was discriminated against after missing out on 'promised' job: Belfast Telegraph
Brett Campbell

Kingsmills inquest adjourned over Met review shock: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Met Police review Northern Ireland fingerprint analysis after Kingsmill errors: Irish News
Michael McHugh

New witnesses come forward in 1971 shooting investigation: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Tory's back DUP bid for Docklands bombing victims compensation: The Wharf
Laura Enfield

Lord Mayor Nuala McAllister to lead marriage equality march in Belfast: Belfast Live
Ryan Smight

'Merkel has not faced DUP-style vilification for her gay marriage views': The News Letter

Scottish leaders call for same-sex marriage in Northern Ireland: BBC

Ruth Davidson takes on DUP saying they must support gay marriage in Northern Ireland in return for £1bn budget boost: The Sun
Hugo Gye

Stormont dithering "is robbing charities" says report: Irish News
Gary McDonald

London's anti-Protestant cartoons are racial abuse, says Ulster Unionist politician: iNews.co.uk
Karl McDonald

Minority religious groups need school ethos protected: Irish Independent
Richard Bruton

'Goalposts have changed' Irish MEP says Republic has to suck up to EU after Brexit: Daily Express
Joey Millar

Brexit could be Ireland's San Andreas fault, McDowell warns: The Irish Times

This deal with the DUP could seriously hurt the Tory brand (Jun 28): London Evening Standard
Matthew d'Ancona

Yorkshire stuck in sidings as DUP reap their rewards – what are our Tory MPs doing?: Yorkshire Post
Tom Richmond

Cops warn of traffic disruption as thousands expected to take part in Orange Order parade in Glasgow: Scottish Daily Record

Cherish this country, one of history's greatest creations: Toronto Globe and Mail
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