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Tuesday, July 31

Attack on PSNI vehicle in west Belfast was 'attempt to kill police': BBC

Sinn Fein slams dissident murder bid on police officers: Belfast Telegraph
Amanda Poole

Row follows DRD decision not appeal discrimination case: BBC

Kennedy defends 'bias appeal' decision: The News Letter
Sam McBride

McGuinness calls for Claudy truth: The News Letter
Michael McGlade

Relatives speak to Claudy bomb suspect: BBC

Claudy relative gives up hope of finding justice: Derry Journal

Some IRA sources turned to stop their family being killed. Others just wanted money... I had no respect for them: The Sun
Martin Phillips

Retired garda denies warning colleagues over IRA links: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Corrigan claims the British authorities were behind IRA collusion allegations: RTE

Motorman to be commemorated today: Derry Journal

SDLP condemn appointment of IRA killer onto school board: Belfast Telegraph
Lindsay Fergus

Teen left permanently scarred after 11th night bonfire assault: Derry Journal

Dissident feud link to pipe bombs: Sligo Champion
Jim Gray

UDA mourns lost leader and aims to lose another: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Sam Pollock to head Policing Board: Belfast Telegraph

McFeely declared bankrupt in Ireland: The Irish Times
Mary Carolan

Thomas McFeely wins appeal against Priory Hall sentence: RTE

Fugitive developer returns to city home: Irish Independent
Nicola Anderson

Pennies from heaven as shoppers cross Border: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

O'Herlihy comment courts controversy: Irish Independent
Greg Harkin

Team GB name 'not inclusive': The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Craig Bellamy expects Cardiff crowd to respect British anthem: Western Mail
Phil Blanche

Rangers chief executive Charles Green slammed by Celtic over 'bigotry' comments: Scottish Daily Record

Monday, July 30

Mounting fears over dissident republican coalition: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Dissident groups must not resurrect IRA, warns Kelly: MorningStarOnline.co.uk

'New IRA' ... publicity stunt or real cause for concern?: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Is IRA a real threat to British security?: The Voice of Russia
Tom Hedegard

Stormont strait-jacket for those outside DUP/Sinn Féin majority rule: Londonderry Sentinel

Sinn Fein is biggest obstacle to peace: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Silence on human rights lawyer pay: The News Letter
Sam McBride

New police probe into Hegarty killing: Derry Journal

No 'hope of Claudy Bombing truth': The News Letter
Michael McGlade

Northern Ireland folk come top in David Cameron's contentment test (Jul 26): Belfast Telegraph
Tom Moseley

Council model not appropriate for ratepayers (Jul 27): The News Letter
Tom Elliot

FitzGerald 'used Reagan ancestry' to sway Thatcher: The Irish Times
Anne Lucey

Emigration played 'key role' in Anglo-Irish Agreement: Irish Examiner

Abolition of Seanad would be significant loss to democracy (Jul 28): The Irish Times
Philip Pettit

Rangers chief Charles Green sparks fresh storm as he accuses SPL clubs of bigotry: Scottish Daily Record

Blair signed 'secret deal' to hand over Gibraltar to Spain and end UK's 300-year control (Jan 24): Daily Mail
Tim Shipman

Sunday, July 29

New IRA claims 'unity is strength': (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Suzanne Breen

New IRA group a 'publicity attempt': UTV

New IRA group a bad joke but no one is laughing – Delusion of grandeur that they can end peace process: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

RAAD ban under review says Paterson: Londonderry Sentinel

RAAD are reckless, sickening, cowardly, criminals: Paterson: Londonderry Sentinel

Bail refused to 'active RAAD member': UTV

Two men charged with assaulting police as Olympic torch carried through Derry: RTE

Police human rights adviser named (Jul 26): Belfast Telegraph

Hegartys' demand 'full investigation': UTV

It's now called 'Legenderry,' MPs are told: Londonderry Sentinel

Poots fires shots in intruder alert (Jul 27): (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Suzanne Breen

The gardai are failing to meet the challenges of this century: Sunday Independent
Eamon Delaney

Deepening faith (Jun 19): The Irish Times
Editorial

Irish bores, a Scottish bigot and the worst piece of classical music ever written (Jul 27): Telegraph.co.uk
Damian Thompson

Rangers – Charles Green predicts hardship for Scottish football: BBC

London 2012 Olympics – Olympics ceremony 'threat to independence': The Scotsman
Eddie Barnes

Saturday, July 28

Dissident 'IRA' has several hundred members: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

What does dissident republican 'merger' statement mean?: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Derry man 'active and prominent member' of RAAD: BBC

RAAD are reckless, sickening, cowardly, criminals – Paterson: Londonderry Sentinel

Unionists slowing the peace – Sinn Fein chair: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Don't Forget Northern Ireland: Huffington Post
Joseph Hayman

Is this the best our politicians can do?: The News Letter
Michael Shilliday

Northern Ireland – keep focused: Guardian.co.uk
Editorial

John O'Dowd accused of 'illegal' school board appointments: Belfast Telegraph
Lindsay Fergus

Galliagh community leaders call for resources: Derry Journal

Cross-border RUC murder probe urged: Belfast Telegraph

Smithwick Tribunal – Breen and Buchanan families in call: BBC

PSNI witness opens can of worms for collusion probe: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

Ulster Project-Utah – Building religious peace one teen at a time: Salt Lake Tribune
Mike Gorrell

Progress on corpo tax: Londonderry Sentinel

Kenny meets Romney, Queen and world leaders on one long 'outstanding' day: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Lay organisation for Catholics to promote 'spirit of Vatican II': The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

McCoist – They're trying to strip us of our dignity: The Herald
Michael Grant

Friday, July 27

Dissident republicans including Real IRA unite for 'armed struggle' in Northern Ireland: The Independent
David McKittrick

Newly-merged dissident republican groups in terrorism vow: Belfast Telegraph
David McKittrick

How the republican dissidents delivered their statement of unity: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Continuity IRA says it has new leadership in place: RTE

Never again can police be politicians' puppets: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Jim Allister accuses SF ministers of discrimination: BBC

Bandsmen have ticked all boxes: The News Letter

Pressure mounts to scrap Parades body: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Two men in court over Twelfth rioting: UTV

IRA Bomber Paul Kavanagh To Be Appointed As Londonderry School Governor: Huffington Post

IRA bomber's school role 'progress': Belfast Telegraph

Education could do without more chaos: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

TV documentary sparked memories of Ballymena bomb devastation: Ballymena Times

Derry's contribution to world peace (Jun 18): Derry Journal

Sammy Wilson accuses Paterson of block grant 'smash and grab': Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Private Eye prints apology after spoof Alex Maskey letter: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Age-old debate a question of faith (Jul 17): The News Letter
Alex Kane

Pillar of North's legal establishment during turbulent period (Jun 23): The Irish Times

Fire Mauritius, Queen Bess – Justice for the common people (Jul 23): (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Thursday, July 26

Equality Commission has unequal workforce: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Fielding stands by flags stance: Coleraine Times

Making excuses for casual bigotry: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Victims haven't gone away, you know: The News Letter
Nick Garbutt

Dissident republicans quizzed over London Olympic terror plot: The Sun
Jason Johnson

Martin Corey case may go to European Court: BBC

Derry arrest over RAAD activity: UTV

Galliagh, Derry, riot accused 'cannot go home': BBC

Ardoyne rioting accused denied bail: Belfast Telegraph

Smithwick Tribunal – Unnamed Garda officer 'was IRA source': BBC

PSNI kept key documents from Smithwick: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Garda 'received cash for betraying' RUC men: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Ulster Scots qualifications proposed: UTV

Cross-border pupils cost concern: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Corporation tax needs cool heads: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Why we need to tackle question of what it is to be a Catholic (Jun 21): Irish Examiner
Maura Adshead

'Gers' demotion wrong decision for Scottish Football!: Derry Journal
Tony O'Doherty

Olympics – Unlikely we'll see British football teams at future Olympics – Sepp Blatter: The Scotsman

Scottish independence – SNP faces backlash over Nato membership: The Scotsman
Andrew Whitaker

Wednesday, July 25

Sammy Wilson's anger at remarks by Police Federation chief: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

SF's vision 'failing' says former MLA: The News Letter

How Orange RUC man joined and left Sinn Fein: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Twelfth flags a 'major setback for business': Coleraine Times

Protestant family 'forced to leave' home: UTV

Sectarian campaign forces family out: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Police petrol bombed twenty times in Moss Park: Derry Journal

Campaign to push for release of dissident republican: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Teenagers in court over Ardoyne riots: UTV

Suicide rates higher for people who grew up during Irish Troubles – study: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

NI suicide rate doubled since peace deal: The News Letter

Derry has 'highest self harm rate': Derry Journal

Doorman victory for Liam (Jun 18): Belfast Media

The educated hillbilly hero who loves Liz Bowen (Jul 22): Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Appeal to reveal credibility of RUC file: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

A force that was torn apart from the inside: Belfast Telegraph
Don Anderson

Will new aide be worth the wait?: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Moseley

Warrant issued for arrest of developer McFeely: The Irish Times
Tom Tuite

London's unhealthy domination of UK: The News Letter
N R Greer

Minister claims Scotland 'could face border guards' (Jul 24): The Herald

Tuesday, July 24

Irish republican dissident shot in Derry attack: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Leading dissident republican shot in both legs in Derry attack: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Colin Duffy's sister-in-law held in dissident probe: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Man arrested after Newry dissident searches released: BBC

Hands off the PSNI – Police chief warns Unionists: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Call for UUP to try 'virtual Opposition': The News Letter

What do Ulster's non-voters want?: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Fresh debate on future of parades body: Ballymoney Times

Slow but steady march on road to peaceful parades: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Swann condemns pipe bomb incidents: Ballymoney Times

Nightly riots in Derry stretching us, admit police: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

'Hardcore' element rioting in Galliagh in Londonderry: BBC

Attacks spark calls for residents to help police: Londonderry Sentinel

Residents of local street of fear speak out: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

BC and the Belfast Project – A Scholar's Privilege to Disobey: Forbes.com
Harvey Silverglate

US TV network apologises to Bloody Sunday families – 'We regret the error' say ABC: Derry Journal
Julieann Campbell

Perjury prosecutions need no further investigation – victim: Derry Journal

A moment to remember and to reflect: Belfast Media

Growing up in Troubles increased suicide risk: Irish Examiner
Evelyn Ring

Hume's 'courage and vision' shaped Ireland: Derry Journal

£270m slump in cross-border shopping: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

The A5 upgrade – more questions than answers: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Murphy

Reform, not abolition: The Irish Times
Editorial

McFeely is depleting his assets, court told: Irish Independent
Dearbhail McDonald

We need Plan B if Scots vote for devo-max option: Belfast Telegraph
John Simpson

It's a good job women are so cautious: The Herald
Rosemary Goring

Pair given ban on watching NewCo Rangers: The Herald

Monday, July 23

Labour should fight elections in Northern Ireland, urges shadow minister: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Third night of Derry disorder: UTV

Ninth man in court to face Twelfth riot charges: Belfast Telegraph

Twelfth trouble condemned: Lurgan Mail

Police chief thanks 'vast majority' for support over the Twelfth period: Portadown Times

Man arrested over dissident activity: UTV

'murph rat pack – gun attack just the start – ONH: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

Harris urges State to break its silence on Protestant exodus (Jul 22): Sunday Independent

How do we stop our best assets leaving? (Jul 20): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

City pupils must pay to got to Uni in ROI: Londonderry Sentinel

'Environmental fines should stay in North' – Hazzard (Jun 22): Newry Times
Paul Malone

Campbell raises RTÉ with Minister: Londonderry Sentinel

Welcome for Libraries Irish Language commitments (Jun 20): Ballymoney Times

Thanking Brian (Jun 21): Belfast Media
Máirtín Ó Muilleoir

Visitor centre has to find a balance (Jul 19): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Useful advice in FF book of humiliation (Jul 22): Sunday Independent
John-Paul McCarthy

Constitutional review body must prioritise inclusivity (Jul 22): The Irish Times
Michele Brandt

Kenny faces revolt over abolition of the Upper House (Jul 22): Sunday Independent
Philip Ryan

Lords – reform – but not for reform's sake (Jul 21): The News Letter
Michael Shilliday

Police apologised to Catholic Church over Gail Sheridan treatment (Jul 21): Scottish Daily Record
Keith McLeod

Sunday, July 22

Paterson's Dublin speech sparks ire of First Ministers: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

A change in numbers is working; a change in mindset is preferable: Belfast Media
Máirtín Ó Muilleoir

Those shouting loudest don't represent the most (Jul 19): Belfast Telegraph
Brian McClinton

Kelly says Crumlin template must be applied to Ardoyne: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Youths attack police with petrols bombs in Moss Park: Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

Man in court after riots in Galliagh area of Londonderry: BBC

Trio arrested over terrorism: UTV

Paint attack on SF man's car is latest incident in campaign of intimidation: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Carnage at Oxford Street haunts ex-RUC man: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

'Maze hospital listed under UUP watch': The News Letter

Project Common Bond helps heal victims of violence: Boston Globe
Alejandra Matos

Put Queen on the border – MP (Jul 18): Belfast Telegraph
Tom Moseley

Bradley welcomes Tanaiste's assurance of assistance on Irish Language Act: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Gaeltacht needs helmsmen to steer through sea change: Sunday Independent
Concubhar Ó Liatháin

Must every Irish language speaker be an 'enthusiast'? (Jul 20): The Irish Times
Seán Tadhg Ó Gairbhí

What's the Irish for 'leave those kids alone'? (Mar 5): The Irish Times
Ann Marie Hourihane

'An eerie silence hangs over terracotta mansion' (Jul 20): Irish Independent
Gerard Couzens

McKevitt blasts 'roaming rip-off': Newry Times
Paul Malone

Senator criticises 'silence' on constitutional convention (Jul 22): The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Rangers' SFA membership hopes hanging in the balance: BBC
Chris McLaughlin

Rangers newco – You won't take our titles, says defiant Ally McCoist: Scotland on Sunday
Andrew Smith

Ross Hind had fake gun near Celtic training camp (Jul 19): BBC

Scottish independence – Three-quarters of Scots back SNP U-turn on Nato membership: Scotland on Sunday
Tom Peterkin

Saturday, July 21

'Don't lecture us Paterson' warns Robinson: The News Letter

Peter Robinson and Martin McGuinness hit out at 'clumsy' and 'ill-advised' Paterson speech: BBC

The Secretary of State Question: UTV
Ken Reid

UUP 'walk-out' fuels further opposition talk: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Within the five Stormont "frenemies" allegiances can change: BBC
Mark Devenport

Lots of talking, but what does our future hold?: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Ban Ardoyne residents parade demands McCausland: The News Letter

Ardoyne shots fired on Twelfth examined by PSNI: BBC

Two charged over Ardoyne riot: UTV

How the Crumlin Twelfth peace deal worked: Belfast Media
Gráinne Brinkley

'Talk before you walk' is rule for peaceful parades: Belfast Telegraph
Sean Murray

Republican mob 'attacked nuns' home': The News Letter
Michael McGlade

Petrol bomb thrown at bonfire crowd in Edgarstown – Causby: Portadown Times

Police defend raid on home of Londonderry mayor: BBC

Why didn't PSNI save our murdered son?: Belfast Media
Kieran Hughes

Price release lobby at City Council: Derry Journal

Jailed republican Price in legal limbo despite her illness: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Bloody Friday should never have happened – Sinn Fein: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Troubles victims 'should be heard': The News Letter

North remembers Bloody Friday bombing that killed nine 40 year ago: The Irish Times
Fionola Meredith

Senior republican's shame at Bloody Friday: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan and Lesley-Anne McKeown

Birmingham pub bombings – Forensics to examine evidence: BBC

Smithwick Tribunal – Intelligence report pointed finger at RUC officer: BBC
Jennifer O'Leary

Catholic RUC man 'source of collusion': The News Letter

Decision due on making public RUC's take on Garda mole: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Maze shrine fears unfounded – DUP: The News Letter

Alex Attwood begs for £2.5m to fund council shake-up (Jul 19): Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

£100k in grants for ethnic relations (Jul 15): Londonderry Sentinel

Declining Euro drives shoppers into RoI: UTV

Republican group is marching in Denny again: Falkirk Herald

SFL rule out stripping Rangers of League Cups won during EBT era: The Herald
Michael Grant

Interrogation cops who removed Gail Sheridan's rosary beads during interview face religious hatred charges (Jul 20): Scottish Daily Record
Keith McLeod

Gordon Brown to weigh into independence debate (Jul 18): The Herald
Michael Settle

Friday, July 20

North needs normal politics – Paterson: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

UUP withdrawal from group 'irrational': UTV

Blow to shared future strategy as UUP quits working group: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

One victims' commissioner 'advantageous' – Robinson: The News Letter

Peter Robinson – one victim watchdog right move: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Debate due on Parades Commission: The News Letter

Peter Robinson slams burning of Polish flags on loyalist bonfires: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

'Brethren in border counties feel abandoned' – Nelson: Mid Ulster Mail

UUP's John McAllister appeals for calm as parade season continues: The News Letter
John McCallister

Flanagan lets rip on Twitter over Jubilee bunting and tricolours: Impartial Reporter

DUP man speaks out in defence of the 'crown': Larne Times

North Belfast dissident republicans blame Westies for Ardoyne violence: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

Bloody Friday 'never forgotten' by victims: UTV

SF should help solve Bloody Friday, say MPs: The News Letter

Bloody Friday – How the Troubles inspired Belfast's medical pioneers: BBC

Bloody Sunday's Unfinished Business: Wall St Journal
Douglas Murray

Bloody Sunday – the need for realism: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Executive agrees appointments to Maze regeneration board: Ulster Star
Jenny Monroe

Maze shrine now a step closer – claim: The News Letter

Minister given new report on 1998 Omagh bombing: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

The IRA maimed him – now he puts them on the couch: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Bradley welcomes cross-border fuel laundering initiative (Jul 16): Newry Times
Paul Malone

McFeely decision upheld by court in London: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Revealed – McFeely's €2.5m Algarve villa: Irish Independent
Dearbhail McDonald and Gerard Couzens

Opposition TDs stage walkout... over Gaeltacht: Irish Examiner
Paul O'Brien

Opposition's Gaeltacht Bill walkout welcomed: The Irish Times
Charlie Cockburn

Celtic manager Neil Lennon – Stripping Rangers of titles will be moral victory for those treated unfairly: Scottish Daily Record
Hugh Keevins

Scottish independence – Minister spells out Scotland's share of UK armed forces: The Scotsman
David Maddox

Thursday, July 19

PSNI reject claims of 'uneven' riot tactics: The News Letter

Ardoyne marshal 'threw missiles': UTV

No deal over parades without us – dissident republican: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Polish flags burned on bonfires across Belfast on 11 July: BBC

McLaughlin slams Glenavy Orange Hall attack: Antrim Times

Paint attacks on halls were hate crimes, say PSNI: The News Letter

Residents see red over orangefest: Belfast Media
Stephen McVey

Communities praised for trouble free Twelfth and Thirteenth: Lurgan Mail

McQuillan brands Kilrea Orange Hall operation as 'ridiculous': Coleraine Times

Young mother 'horrified' by graffiti at new housing scheme: Newtownabbey Times

OFMDFM agree on Victims Commissioner and Maze project: BBC

UUP withdraw from Stormont group: UTV

BC case has implications for U.S. foreign policy: Irish Echo
Michael J. Cummings

Smithwick Tribunal told garda officer 'betrayed RUC men': BBC

Ex-garda 'never asked' by his superiors about IRA rumours: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Relatives of Omagh bomb victims to meet Minister for Justice Alan Shatter: RTE

Cross-border Omagh inquiry sought: Belfast Telegraph

Unionists slam MP's call over Loughinisland: The News Letter

Football disaster families in Derry: Derry Journal

Fascists plan to attack Irish parade in Liverpool: Irish Post
Robert Mulhern

Durkan calls for all Ireland mobile phone tariff: Derry Journal

Tartan terrorist Adam Busby facing extradition from Ireland over 'poison threats': Scottish Daily Record

Rose of Tralee festival dismisses suggestions of sectarianism: Irish Examiner
Donal Hickey

Major setback for Portrush: Irish Examiner
Simon Lewis

Revealed – Football chiefs' secret plan to strip Rangers of nine trophies over EBT tax dodge: Scottish Daily Record
Keith McLeod

Wednesday, July 18

Loyalist band apologises over behaviour at chapel: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Peaceful 12th result of 'hard work and dialogue': Antrim Times

Two Orange Halls attacked overnight: UTV

Illegal flag removed with backing of community: Dromore Leader

Kerr commends return of Papal flags: Mid Ulster Mail

Leading Dromore Orangeman in British citizenship plea: Dromore Leader

Man released over PSNI attempted murder: UTV

'Police should admit they got it wrong': Derry Journal

Exam results in Northern Ireland – does religion matter? (Jun 18): TheDetail.tv
Kathryn Torney

Politicians struggling to make Executive decision (Jun 29): Belfast Telegraph
Johnny Andrews

NI's population growing faster than pre-Troubles: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Counting the North: The Irish Times
Editorial

Belfast Interface Games get under way in North Belfast: BBC

Irish Ambassador Lauds Warm British-Irish Relations: Epoch Times
Alan McDonnell

A political giant who was unafraid to argue his case (Jun 18): The News Letter
Alex Kane

All-Ireland approach needed for 'The Gathering' – McShane: Ballymoney Times

Mobile users hit by border roaming: Belfast Telegraph

'Bridge now key to Mournes tourism strategy' – McKevitt: Newry Times
Paul Malone

SF protests too much and FF firing blanks ... the sad state of Irish politics (Jul 17): Irish Independent
Johnny Fallon

'No border duties' but allowance to cost State €4m this year: Irish Examiner
Gordon Deegan

SNP about-turn on Nato stance (Jul 17): The Herald
Editorial

South Lanarkshire high school receives accolade for 'bigot-busting' work tackling sectarianism (Jun 19): Scottish Daily Record

Tuesday, July 17

Police Ombudsman Dr Michael Maguire says investigations will be independent: BBC

It's his first day, but the new Police Ombudsman already has a tough job to rebuild confidence: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Council demand answers from PSNI over raid on Mayor's home: Derry Journal

Mayor's home search 'must not deter police': The News Letter

Pair questioned over Ardoyne shots: UTV

Tension 'could be cut with a knife': Belfast Media
Kieran Hughes

Time to change tune and get off this dead-end street: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Loyalist band 'played Beach Boys': UTV

Nelson McCausland – Band's actions misrepresented by media: BBC

Drumcree passes off peacefully – but no sign of a solution is in sight: Portadown Times

Imagine if we all got along ... or is that just a fantasy too far?: Belfast Telegraph
Nuala McKeever

Pipe bombs found in Dervock: Ballymoney Times

Quinn condemns 'sectarian vandalism': Newry Times
Paul Malone

BC case throws cold water on IRA, academia (Jul 12): Boston Globe
Juliette Kayyem

Sixth anniversary appeal renewed in Paul McCauley assault: Londonderry Sentinel

Police aware of identities of Paul McCauley attackers: BBC

Witness says his life at risk after mole claim: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Fallen soldier lauded for 'supreme sacrifice': Irish Examiner
Eoghan MacConnell

Of ballots and petitions: Irish Echo

James McClean right to play for Republic of Ireland – Sports Minister: Belfast Telegraph
Steven Beacom

Fans of newco Rangers will have to take baby steps as they 'follow follow' club in Division Three: Scottish Daily Record

Not everyone is for or against Rangers – most of us don't care: The Scotsman
Jane Devine

Private Eye red-faced over fake letter from 'A Maskey': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Is the EU ripping us off Northern Ireland?: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Moseley

Christians must fight atheist giant – Causeway furore is alarming: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Census shows North's population at over 1.8m – the highest ever recorded: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Shatter 'prejudiced' against Catholics: Irish Examiner
Jimmy Woulfe

I am neither Gaeilgeoir nor Catholic – but I am still Irish: The Irish Times
Patrick Semple

Monday, July 16

Watchdog says decision right over parades: The News Letter

Loyalist band's actions 'totally inappropriate': BBC

DUP and Sinn Fein in war of words over loyalist band's shameful display outside Catholic church: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Man charged over rioting incident public order offences: RTE

MLAs should stay quiet on marches (Jul 11): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Man detained in RAAD probe released: UTV

Find Them (Jun 28): Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

Fears mount after police uncover RAAD weapons: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Allister's good bill may do unintended harm (Jul 12): The News Letter
Michael Shilliday

Sinn Fein asks – 'How long will crown feature remain at the Circular Road?': Larne Times

Taoiseach plans to meet relatives of victims: The Irish Times
Patsy McArdle

Who Killed Jean McConville? A Battle For IRA Secrets: NPR.org

Northern Ireland Ulster Project teens in SWLA: KPLCTV.com
Gerron Jordan

Irish youth 'fall for IRA story': The News Letter

Arise, Sir Squinter. Now sit down again (Jun 24): Belfast Media

Shared learning must not slip through our fingers (Jul 10): Belfast Telegraph
Nigel Frith

The readers' editor on... getting the figures wrong on Derry's vigilante violence: Guardian.co.uk
Chris Elliott

Bishop's warning on secularising schools: Irish Examiner
Niall Murray and Patsy McArdle

Saving the Gaeltacht (Jun 25): The Irish Times
Editorial

Newco, new start and a new era (Jul 14): The Herald
Editorial

Tammany Hall lives on in feeble reforms (Jun 26): The Irish Times
Fintan O'Toole

Two-thirds of Welsh want greater powers for assembly: The Guardian
Steven Morris

'No' camp fly flag for cultural union (Jun 26): The Scotsman
Peter Jones



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