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Sunday, July 31

Concern at police searches: Derry Journal

Three in court on Belfast rioting charges: BBC

Baggott must not step back (Jul 29): The News Letter

Arrest made over Bobby Moffett murder: The News Letter

Man questioned over Bobby Moffett killing is released: BBC

With judgment day looming, let's prepare to meet thy cuts (Jul 26): Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Derry – Exploring a city united in peace: Manchester Evening News
Jo Blakemore

David Norris admits campaign in 'serious trouble': BBC

Vatican accuses Enda Kenny of attacking the Church to divert attention from euro crisis: Sunday Telegraph

Taoiseach needs to facilitate rebirth of both the church and Fianna Fail: Sunday Independent
Jody Corcoran

Never again can the Catholic Church be allowed to undermine Ireland's laws: Sunday Independent
Ivor Roberts

Ireland and the Church: Ottawa Citizen
David Warren

PMS cheques 'are ready for posting' (Jul 28): The News Letter
Sam McBride

Most of us happy to soldier on with 'Amhran na bhFiann' as our anthem: Sunday Independent
Don Lavery

Saturday, July 30

Officers' anger at McGuinness' comments: The News Letter

Ardoyne riots – two more charged brings total to 23: BBC

How can we stop our young rioters ending up in prison?: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Controlled explosion at north Belfast alert: UTV

Houses evacuated in Crossgar a after bomb alert: BBC

Revealed – Full cost of Patten payouts: The News Letter

Man held in loyalist murder probe: The Independent
Michael McHugh

Chef escapes jail over DUP Facebook threat: UTV

Former IRA man on counterfeit charge: The Irish Times

I will not be sending my child to 'Foyle College' – mum: Londonderry Sentinel

We have a chance to finally build a real republic with rights for all (Jul 26): Irish Examiner
Fergus Finlay

Vatican feels righteous wrath of Irish Catholics (Jul 28): Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Falsehoods from our past point to bleak future: Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

A lucky policeman – Former Northern Ireland top cop Sir Hugh Orde: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

At last Dingle people can finally reclaim their town's name: The Kerryman

Why we can't let ignorance and hate rain on this parade (Jul 27): Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Advances made but the fight for rights not over: Belfast Telegraph
Jeff Dudgeon

Legislation on way to boost human rights commission (Jul 29): The Irish Times
Carol Coulter

Why we should be proud of being Little Englanders... With the EU in disarray and pride in our imperial past finally returning are we seeing the rebirth of a confident English identity?: Daily Mail
Dominic Sandbrook

Convent sisters victim of series of attacks (Jul 26): The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Friday, July 29

PSNI chief rejects SF onslaught over arrest: Irish Independent
Michael McHugh and Steven McCaffery

Ronan Kerr murder probe 'won't be swayed by politicians': Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

McGuinness should learn to stick with politics: Irish Independent
Editorial

Ronan Kerr murder – 23-year-old woman released: BBC

Sinn Fein – Ann Travers offer still on table: Belfast Telegraph

Opinions divided over SDLP leadership: UTV

SDLP leader remains defiant as McDonnell refuses to rule out challenge: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam and Tom Mosley

Bomb squad at North Belfast alert: UTV

Dallat hits back at Cole over Kilrea comments: Coleraine Times

Police 'delayed' in attending Drumcree march: UTV

PSNI to investigate Twelfth protest: Impartial Reporter
Julie Kenwell

Brehon lawyer McCabe still on parades watch: Irish Echo

Men arrested over Paul McCauley attack: UTV

Feile's selective memory wants to rewrite history: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

TV coverage of Adams abuse claims 'obnoxious', says judge: Irish Independent
Brian Kavanagh

Media tried and convicted me, says Gerry Adams' brother: Belfast Telegraph

Queen says thanks for meat and greet: Irish Examiner
Eoin English

People who risk being written out of history: Belfast Telegraph
Henry Patterson

Boris Johnson's deputy apologises after Irish builder remarks: Irish Post
Fiona Audley

Let the North-South bodies bring errant banks to heel: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Attacking phantoms is not brave, Taoiseach: The Irish Times
John Waters

Breivik's 'mentor' linked to exiled loyalist Johnny 'Mad Dog' Adair: Belfast Telegraph

Thusday, July 28

Ronan Kerr – Martin McGuinness hits out at police investigation: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Unionist fury as SF slam Kerr operation: The News Letter

Five men released in Ronan Kerr Investigation: RTE

Margaret Ritchie faces SDLP leadership bid from 'disgruntled' Patsy McGlone: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Ritchie unlikely to listen to 'Stand down Margaret': BBC
Mark Devenport

Drumcree Orange men attempted to raise tensions – Sinn Fein: BBC

Portadown Orangemen deny illegal parade at Drumcree: Belfast Telegraph
Amanda Poole

Prisoners denied visits over protest fears: UTV

Release Brendan Lillis: Belfast Media
Editorial

I can call on other forces for more riot officers – PSNI chief: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Children run for cover as shots fired in Belfast park: Belfast Telegraph
Amanda Poole

Sinn Fein has biggest income of Northern Ireland parties: BBC

Elliott urges school to keep 'Londonderry' title: The News Letter

RUC man 'setting himself up' by often crossing Border in own car: The Irish Times
Fiona Gartland

Ex-garda in tribunal U-turn on agent claim: Belfast Telegraph
Gerard Cunningham

Smithwick Tribunal reaches summer recess in Dublin: BBC

Guns make unwelcome return to Belfast murals (Jul 26): Ottawa Citizen
Conor Humphries

Vandalism of British Legion display blasted: The News Letter

Irish politician calls for Dublin Catholic conference to be postponed: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Is Ireland divorcing from the Catholic Church? (Jul 27): Daily Telegraph
Mary Kenny

Shock At Heil Herr Kenny Mass Bulletin: Drogheda Independent
Hubert Murphy

Some people make us proud to be both Irish and British: The Irish Times
David Adams

Ghost of DUP's past reappears as gay rights row haunts party: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Loyalists' matchday parades will go ahead: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

BBC in row with Glasgow Irish over Soldiers' Song: Irish Post
Phil Mac Giolia Bhain

Police – Rangers fans can sing The Sash: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Wednesday, July 27

Dissidents in 'cloud cuckoo land': UTV

Five men arrested in hunt for police officer's killers: The Independent
David McKittrick

Woman arrested in Ronan Kerr murder inquiry: RTE

Man released after mortar questioning: UTV

Real IRA men held after garda swoop: Carlow Nationalist

Rioters used 'rolling fireball' against police: The News Letter

Sinn Fein meets David Ford to discuss Brendan Lillis: BBC

Stony heart of Glass beats on (Jul 25): (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

'Marches are back to square one,' says bandsman: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Twelfth parade assault appeal: The News Letter

Ex-garda clarifies Smithwick 'spacer' comments: RTE

Scappaticci legal team at tribunal is extended: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Protestants are not the only ones to suffer deprivation: Belfast Telegraph
Robin Wilson

Liam Adams 'would not get fair trial', court told: Irish Independent
Brian Kavanagh

Church on a collision course over gay parade: The News Letter

DUP snub Stormont gay pride event (Jul 25): UTV

Anger over DUP's gay Pride 'snub' (Jul 26): Belfast Telegraph
Amanda Poole

Is it time to quit Tourism Ireland?: The News Letter
N R Greer

Rengotiating the loan with Ireland: The Spectator
David Blackburn

Oslo killer Breivik's bizarre Bloody Sunday reference: Derry Journal

BBC says sorry to McCoist after row: The Herald
Victoria Weldon

Loyalists propose parade on Celtic matchday (Jul 26): The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Tuesday, July 26

Northern Ireland police arrest five over Ronan Kerr murder: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Five men arrested in probe into PSNI constable murder: Irish Independent
Michael McHugh

Man is arrested over Ardoyne mortar find: BBC

House damaged in Derry explosion: UTV

RIRA suspects are linked to Euro spy: Evening Herald
Adelina Campos

Finlay condemns attack on Protestant home in Finvoy: Ballymoney Times

Trio charged over Eleventh night riots: UTV

Parades in Ballycstle are a nonsense – Cllr. McShane: Ballymoney Times

Fury at Pat Finucane inquiry delay: Belfast Telegraph
Steven McCaffery

Smithwick attack over Tribunal 'obstruction': RTE

Liam Adams extradition hearings begin: RTE

Protestants must learn the value of education: Belfast Telegraph
May Blood

Ballagh rules out Aras run after talks: Irish Independent
Marese McDonagh and Fionnan Sheahan

Vatican decision to recall envoy not seen as hostile: Irish Times
Mary Fitzgerald

Government says onus on Vatican to respond to Kenny: Irish Times
Patsy McGarry, Mary Fitzgerald and Harry McGee

Catholic Church's power over the state has been broken: The Scotsman
Peter Geoghegan

: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

We have a chance to finally build a real republic with rights for all: Irish Examiner
Fergus Finlay

DUP snub Stormont gay pride event: UTV

Anger over DUP's gay Pride 'snub': Belfast Telegraph
Amanda Poole

Loyalists propose parade on Celtic matchday: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Convent sisters victim of series of attacks: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Monday, July 25

SDLP ire at parade U-turn: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Orangemen fail to walk 'open' road: (from the Sunday World)
Suzanne Breen

Unity parades call: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Two charges over Ardoyne riot: UTV

'Violence shifts blame' – GARC leader: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Loyalists threaten 'Proms' protest: The News Letter

Targeted team will flit over Twelfth: Belfast Media
Scott Jamison

So, why don't unionists vote Tory?: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Charges against Derry dissident republican dropped: BBC

Brendan Lillis is dying – friend: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

Inquiry delay 'disappoints' Finucanes: UTV

Widening divide between church and the Irish state: The News Letter
Sam McBride

One in six in Fermanagh own a legally-held firearm: TheJournal.ie

North-South power link to be studied: The Irish Times

A province once again: Sunday Business Post
Tom McGurk

Hugh Dallas settles 'Pope e-mail' case against SFA: BBC

We need ceasefire in Scots cold war (Jun 30): The Scotsman
Alan Trench

Sunday, July 24

Sectarian trouble in north Belfast: UTV

Parents are forgotten victims of Troubles – Bishop Daly (Jul 20): Derry Journal

SF minister to attend Windsor Park match: The News Letter

Kenny speaks truth to papal power on behalf of people: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

A landmark moment in Irish history (Jul 21): Evening Herald
Editorial

Is a corporation tax cut the answer to all our economic woes in Northern Ireland? (Jul 19): Belfast Telegraph

Motion ends controversy over Dingle placename (Jul 22): The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

The secret of success to Irish language (Jun 26): Sunday Independent
John Masterson

London's deputy mayor says sorry for dig at Irish builders (Jul 23): The Irish Times

Fox digs in for the Union with a strategy of military dividend for Scotland (Jul 19): The Scotsman
David Maddox

Saturday, July 23

Old Bailey bomber Marian Price on new charge: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

'No evidence' to link Price to murders at Massereene: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Bomb found in east Belfast near Oval football ground: BBC

Large bomb found in north Belfast: The Irish Times

Police seek calm after disturbances: Belfast Telegraph

Man charged with having dissident explosives and guns: BBC

Prisoner's partner starts hunger strike: UTV

Families support Lillis campaign: Derry Journal

Ex-IRA chief's son faces Kerr internet hate charge: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

British agent was 'a spacer', tribunal told: The Irish Times
Gerard Cunningham

Border Fox attends funeral of crime godfather's wife: Evening Herald

How Garret failed to take chance to crush the IRA: Belfast Telegraph
Kevin Myers

Rachel to attend Washington terrorism conference: Impartial Reporter
Julie Kenwell

SF Minister at NI match: The Irish Times

Ballagh may join Áras race with SF support: The Irish Times
Paul Cullen

My dream for Belfast – three visions for 2020 (Feb 16): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Kennedy

Americans say Derry is like a home from home (Jun 28): Derry Journal

Corporation tax cut to cost Northern Ireland £400m (Jul 21): Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam and Tom Moseley

Church will lose the fight it has picked with State: Irish Independent
James Downey

Ireland's example: Ottawa Citizen
Janice Kennedy

Cost of policing Old Firm fixtures was almost £2.4m: BBC
James Cook

'I'm not trying to be hard but I'd be a clown to say that it upset me' (Jul 21): The Herald
Richard Wilson

Celtic's Neil Lennon welcomes new good behaviour code: BBC

Clegg slams 'risky' independence bid (Jul 22): The Herald
Kate Devlin

'IRA gunman' shows up in South Carolina welfare office: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Antoinette Kelly

Friday, July 22

US observer logs and then queries parade violations: Belfast Media

MLA concern at Protestants 'targetted for belief' during Twelfth: Mid Ulster Mail

Orange Order must talk: Belfast Media
Editorial

Politicians hit out after Ardoyne mortar bomb find: BBC

Bomb hoax 'cost traders £20k': Derry Journal

Appeal to SF for talks over interface tensions: The News Letter

Caral Ni Chuilin to attend NI match at Windsor Park: BBC

Woman in court over Massereene murders: UTV

Sectarian vandalism roundly condemned: Impartial Reporter

Belfast rioter 'acted the idiot': UTV

'Release Brendan Lillis' campaigners go on hunger strike: Belfast Telegraph
Connla Young

Officer did not want RUC chief at funeral: The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

Finding a way to make peace with the past: The News Letter
Dawn Purvis

McAliskey documentary premieres: Derry Journal

Margaret Thatcher death celebrations T-shirt pulled from Sein Fein website: Belfast Telegraph

No shortage of advice in Stormont Castle: The News Letter

Minister warns against 'militaristic' commemoration of 1916 centenary: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Irish political classes lose their fear of the Catholic church: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Kenny speech marks final break between Church and State (Jul 21): Irish Independent

Now Enda really looks like a true leader: Evening Herald
Andrew Lynch

Enda Kenny leads the Paisleyite lynch mob: Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

Seismic shock for Catholic Church: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

The Vatican criticised – Taoiseach speaks for the majority: Irish Examiner
Editorial

SNP 'must clarify what separation would mean': The Herald
Brian Currie

Thursday, July 21

Interface residents in plea over attacks: The News Letter

Man stabbed in face in suspected sectarian attack: Derry Journal

'Living in fear' Protestant arson victim wants to flee Rasharkin: Ballymoney Times

Flying the flags – an expression of identity or insecurity?: Derry Journal
Raymond McCartney

Destroy our divides or destroy all our futures: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Your guide to Northern Ireland riots: The News Letter
N R Greer

19 year old charged with rioting in North Belfast: UTV

Bomb gear found in Portadown riot raid: UTV

Two charged over explosives find: RTE

Stolen gun used for dissident shooting: UTV

IRA suspect on charge of extortion: Evening Herald
Brian Kavanagh

Bandsmen to be interviewed over alleged assault: Ballymoney Times

Gun surrender process cost £12m: Londonderry Sentinel

Price of Stormont ministers' advice revealed: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Former Galway priest to lead human rights body: Galway Independent
Ronan Maher

Radical priest is new NI human rights chief (Jul 19): The News Letter

Pat Finucane inquiry decision delayed again: Belfast Telegraph

Corrigan knew RUC chief well, says witness: The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

Smithwick Tribunal – Collusion accused 'was garda escort to Hermon': The News Letter

McGeough's Royal pardon bid given TD's support: Tyrone Times

Decision on memorial 'matter for fire service': The News Letter

Irish launch unprecedented attack on 'narcissism of Vatican' who encouraged Catholic bishops not to tell police about paedophile priests: Daily Mail

TDs call for cutting of diplomatic ties with Vatican: The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

Relations between State and Vatican at historic low: The Irish Times
Paul Cullen

Clerical abuse scandal could cost Church dear: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Irish PM's attack on church sign of changing times: BBC
Mark Simpson

This is a republic, not the Vatican: The Irish Times

Kenny has crossed the Rubicon with all-out attack on Rome: Irish Independent

Kenny's approval ratings soar to 53% as majority dissatisfied with Government: Irish Examiner
Paul O'Brien

Majority dissatisfied with Govt's performance: RTE

Time for an All-Ireland Open: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Cathal Dervan

Celtic fan Michael Bailey admits sectarian abuse: BBC

Wednesday, July 20

Law chief rejects 'bias' allegation: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Robinson and McGuinness's first judicial move: The News Letter

Grievance issue 'can hit judiciary': Belfast Telegraph

Flag problems must be solved: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Local agreement only way to solve flags issue (Jun 16): Impartial Reporter
Editorial

Irish police arrest eight people over dissident republican activity: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Pair arrested over Ardoyne riots: UTV

Twelfth rioting – man charged over Ardoyne trouble: BBC

'Hunger strike' at Free Derry: Derry Journal

Suspects released over McCauley attack: UTV

Ex-garda sergeant denies collusion: The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

Smithwick calls for Scappaticci statement: RTE

Bloody Sunday parent Lawrence McElhinney dies (Jul 18): BBC

'Last of a heroic generation': Derry Journal

Back to the hills: TheDetail.tv
John Moore

Garland trial told of North Korea link: The Irish Times

'Northern Ireland stands on brink of an incredible transformation' (Jun 21): Belfast Telegraph
Gavin O'Reilly

At least the tourists can go home again (Jun 24): Derry Journal
Paul McFadden

What does News of the World hacking saga mean for NI?: BBC
Mark Devenport

Influx of cruise ship tourists 'spin off' from Queen's visit: Irish Examiner
Eoin English

Church we knew is on its knees. Amen to that (Jul 14): Evening Herald
Garry O'Sullivan

From Anglican minister to Catholic priest – a historic first for Scotland (Jul 19): The Scotsman
John Ross

Tuesday, July 19

GARC 'dishonest over anti Sinn Féin agenda': Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Children used to attack officers – PSNI: Derry Journal

East Belfast riots – Footage must be given to police: BBC

Loyalists attack nationalist homes on 12th morning: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Councillor calls for Ombudsman to investigate police over 11th night trouble: Portadown Times

Policing reponse was appropriate say PSNI: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

'Stop the parade, stop the trouble': Belfast Media
Kieran Hughes

Orange lodge rebuked over extra rallies in Drumcree: The Irish Times

Parades body to decide on breach: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Orange Order faces big decisions: The News Letter
Alex Kane

IRA suspect given savage beating in jail: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

IRA bomb widower in human rights body: UTV

'It's not too late to do the right thing' in McCauley case – plea: Derry Journal

MoD plans impact on NI: The News Letter

No NIO intervention in Kingsmills case: UTV

Kingsmills families vow to keep up fight: The News Letter

Gerry's anger at HET: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

From the crucible of the Hunger Strikes: TheDetail.tv
Chris Moore

Garland accused in counterfeit notes plot: RTE

US claims conspiracy involved North Korea: The Irish Times
Carol Coulter

Protestant participation under spotlight: Derry Journal

Council slammed over GAA support: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

R&A will reconsider Portrush for Open but political concerns remain: The Scotsman
Martin Dempster

ESPN don't seem to know Northern Irish 'Troubles' are effectively over: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Patrick Roberts

Artist to give queen painting of visit – by royal appointment: Irish Independent
Ken Sweeney

North's property market may be set for a shake-up as Nama prepares to move in: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

One in five school building contracts go to Northern firms: Irish Independent
Fiach Kelly and Katherine Donnelly

William Hague vetos plans for a European military HQ: The Scotsman
Geoff Meade

Monday, July 18

Over 100 loyalists involved in weekend rioting in Co Armagh: The Irish Times
Scott Jamison

Removal of Union flags blamed for loyalist riot: Belfast Telegraph
Catherine Lynagh

Loyalists hand back IRA plaques (Jul 17): (from the Sunday World)
Suzanne Breen

Orangemen challenge McGuinness on talks: The News Letter

Orange Order 'raising tensions' with protests: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Don't blame MTV generation for disorder (Jul 17): (from the Sunday Times)
Liam Clarke

Ulster Tories 'will rebrand to revive election hopes': The News Letter

Reform of prison service inevitable (Jun 29): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Kingsmills families to meet NI Secretary Owen Paterson: BBC

'Sorry' is the hardest word (Jun 13): Belfast Media
Paul Burns

'A' status for NI rights commission: The Irish Times

Outspoken rights watchdog chief is an ordained priest: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Extending a helping hand to its family (May 10): The News Letter
Laura Murphy

Neal accepts Peace Builder Award (Jun 15): Irish Echo

Big Freeze on investments from International Fund for Ireland (Jun 26): TheDetail.tv
John Breslin

Parties should unite to give diaspora vote on future president (Jul 24): Sunday Independent
Louis Jacob

Tribal loyalties of grey-beard loons and good ol' boys (Jul 17): Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Majority of voters want us to pull out of the EU because of economic chaos (Jul 13): Daily Mail
Tim Shipman

Scottish internet domain name bid launched (Jun 25): BBC
Magnus Bennett

Sunday, July 17

Loyalists blamed for Portadown riot: UTV

Portadown violence – three arrested in overnight riots: BBC

Northern Ireland violence drives out immigrant families: Guardian.co.uk

Parents urged to stop teen rioters: Scotland on Sunday
David Young

Serious concerns raised as children criminalised at 10 (May 9): TheDetail.tv
Kathryn Torney

No significant reduction in flying of flags flown in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Patrice Dougan

Police are encouraging better relations: Ballymoney Times

New human rights chief 'is a boost for morale': (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

There's far more to Bertie's legacy than the dig-outs: Sunday Independent
John-Paul McCarthy

Police union – 500 officers may quit over pensions shake-up (Jun 30): Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

1 Protestant in Foras na Gaeilge NI office: Londonderry Sentinel

New project improves relations between Border communities: Impartial Reporter

We're broke – sacrifice the sacred cows: Sunday Independent
Eamon Delaney

Our Garda and army special forces: Carlow Nationalist

Links in a vast chain (Jul 11): Hutchinson News
Erin Brown

George Galloway pens book on Neil Lennon threats (Jun 21): The Scotsman
Stuart MacDonald

Complaints about BBC's world-view show the Little Scotlander attitude is infectious (Jul 13): Daily Telegraph
Alan Cochrane

English opinion split on Scottish independence (Jul 5): The Scotsman
Editorial

Saturday, July 16

Armed gardai thwart dissident extortionists: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Northern Ireland police arrest 11th man over dissident republican terrorism: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Residents help police find petrol bomb stash: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Petrol bombs thrown in Portadown: UTV

Loyalists and nationalists blame each other for trouble: Portadown Times

Oil drum used for protection in 12 July riots: RTE

Children among 32 Twelfth arrests: UTV

Kids 'well under ten' in Twelfth riots: Derry Journal

Bid to burn out Rasharkin protestant: The News Letter

'Leaving town and we won't be back': Newtownabbey Times

'Ritual violence has no political basis: Derry Journal

First ministers face challenge over route map to a non-sectarian future: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

The Past as Prologue: Derry Journal
Paul McFadden

Making a pitch for a fairer city, and not before time: Belfast Media
Máirtín Ó Muilleoir

Five years on from sectarian attack – Wall of silence broken: Derry Journal

We won't forget victims: Coleraine Times

Interesting Times For Smithwick: RTE

Killings in 90 minutes unviable, tribunal told: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Garda accused of IRA collusion give evidence: The News Letter

Aughnacloy heroes honoured after bomb bravery: Tyrone Times

Twelfth historian 'sad' after axing by BBC: The News Letter

Border fuel smuggling terrorist revenue source: Londonderry Sentinel

EU Commissioner 'deeply impressed' by Derry projects: Derry Journal

Cross-border bridge plan hits troubled water: The News Letter

Inishowen projects get IFI funding: Derry Journal

Money must be spent on A5 or surrendered: Londonderry Sentinel

PMS rescue plan clears final hurdle (Jul 6): The News Letter

Ex-business owner O'Neill in court to contest 2009 sentence (Jul 15): Delaware County Daily Times
Cindy Sharr

Ulster Project bridges gap for teens (Jul 9): Greenville Daily Reflector
Courtney Lindstran

BBC apologises after Troubles joke: The Scotsman
Gareth Rose



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