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Friday, July 31

Theresa Villiers' worry over Sinn Féin demands on welfare reform: BBC

'Thatcherite agenda greatest threat to progress' – SF MLA: Derry Journal

Stormont welfare reform – Patient may already be dead by time antidote is found: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Being snubbed in US is all this place deserves: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Use of army personnel dispels myth of normalisation: Irish News
Allison Morris

Army using police style uniforms during raids: Irish News
Allison Morris

British army not deployed in fresh Derry searches: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Kelly to quiz Chief Constable over army deployment: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Tensions high as Army joins PSNI in Londonderry home raids: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Sinn Fein concern over Londonderry Army searches 'illogical': The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Unionists hit out over proposal for a neutral flag at Stormont: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Sinn Féin accused of hypocrisy in Limavady UDR row: Londonderry Sentinel
Niall Deeney

Housing Executive rejects calls to remove UDA parade memorial: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Derry trouble returns in lead up to bonfire: UTV
Gareth Wilkinson

Former TA soldier accused of bomb hoax at Gerry Adams' home granted bail: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Further two arrests in McCauley murder probe: The News Letter

Anger after bomb left lying on busy Belfast street: Belfast Telegraph
Simon Watters

Man arrested in operation targeting dissident republicans: The Irish Times
Colin Gleeson

Jean McConville murder – Republican Ivor Bell will find out in October if he is to stand trial: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

United Nations call for Finucane inquiry: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Miami Showband massacre – Survivors remember horror, 40 years on: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Miami Showband massacre survivor on coming face-to-face with the UVF killers: Belfast Telegraph
Stuart Bailie

Miami Showband massacre – 'Our fight for justice goes on': The News Letter
Gemma Murray

I feel shame that Omagh bomb families are still waiting to meet Taoiseach: Irish Mirror
Paddy Clancy

I won't be gagged says Mairia Cahill as lawyers fire off a warning to festival over her lecture: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Hate crime convictions rise for second year: The News Letter

Increase in racist attacks as sectarian hate crimes fall: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Unionists demand probe into Catholic school's extra pupils: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Don't listen to lazy economic arguments against Irish unity. They couldn't be further from the truth: TheJournal.ie
Matt Carthy

Lennon bigot dodges jail after Ibrox job breaches football banning order: Scottish Daily Record
Grant McCabe

Brexit may lead to Scottish independence – Sturgeon: CNBC
See Kit Tang

Ex-Scots Secretary accuses David Cameron of putting Union at risk by his extreme ruthlessness (Jun 25): The Herald
Kate Devlin

Thursday, July 30

Stormont crisis – Martin McGuinness denies US visit is waste of time: BBC

Villiers gets 'sympathetic hearing' in US on Stormont stalemate: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

Gerry Adams accuses David Cameron of 'arrogance' over comments about 'seeing off the IRA': Irish Independent
Philip Ryan

Northern Ireland government teetering, Gerry Adams warns David Cameron: Belfast Telegraph
Steven Alexander

Adams says 'IRA undefeated' comment to mark ceasefire: The Irish Times
Sarah Bardon

A political crisis worth getting worked up about: Irish News
Allison Morris

Keep crisis talks close to home (Jul 28): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Danny Morrison – A united Ireland by 2016 is impossible: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Flags an 'attempt to raise tension' – TUV councillor: Ballymena Times

Stormont tricolour probe still incomplete after two months: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Anger over south Belfast UDA parade: UTV
Judith Hill

DUP condemns plans for loyalist parade glorifying UDA killers: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Loyalist parade an exercise in heightening tension: Irish News

Right royal fuss over Larne's Diamond Jubilee crown: The News Letter

Army deployment to be raised with Policing Board: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

PSNI overtime spending falls by a fifth, figures show: BBC

Belfast residents evacuated from homes as bomb squad deal with suspected pipe bomb: Belfast Telegraph

Loyalist bandsman in 'induced coma' after assault: Irish News
John Monaghan

Printer was 'working with IRA' while running counterfeit banknote operation, court told: Irish Independent
Conor Gallagher

Man charged with IRA membership at late court sitting: The Irish Times
Brian Kavanagh

Political unease hits Northern Ireland consumer confidence: Belfast Telegraph

Queen on steps of Dublin GPO just too revolutionary a move for 2016: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

James McClean defended by West Brom captain Darren Fletcher over anthem storm: Belfast Telegraph

David Cameron eyes Irish path out of EU impasse: Financial Times
George Parker

Even if we scrap the Human Rights Act, we'll still be beholden to EU laws (Jul 28): Daily Telegraph
Matthew Scott

Wednesday, July 29

Martin McGuinness says US talks on Stormont crisis were 'encouraging': BBC

DUP slams Martin McGuinness for Washington trip during Stormont crisis: The News Letter

McGuinness is "wasting his time" – Foster: Belfast Media

Political structures hanging by thread: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

McNarry wants 'unionist convention' to safeguard Stormont: The News Letter

Is Stormont going to crash this time?: Derry Journal

Do the public even care if Stormont collapses?: Belfast Telegraph
Will Chambré

10 years after IRA gave up its armed campaign, Northern Ireland back at the crossroads: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Sinn Fein has lost direction in the north: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Will we ever get away from belligerent marches?: Derry Journal

Cross-community hub planned at Belfast interface: UTV
Paul Reilly

Loyalists to hold UDA parade in mixed area of Belfast: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Johnny Adair and Sam 'Skelly' McCrory say they were set up by 'Judas': Sunday World
Hugh Jordan

Londonderry city name petitions rack up signatures: The News Letter

Last Bloody Sunday bullet holes to be removed from Bogside: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

See How Northern Ireland's Bloody Sunday Turned Violent: Time
Lily Rothman

Willie Frazer aims to visit death-sentence Libyan: The News Letter

Gerry Adams says the 'IRA was never defeated': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

'I would have joined the IRA'- ex British soldier: Derry Journal

The day the music died – 1975's Miami Showband Massacre: Belfast Telegraph
Maureen Coleman

Army hero – My pride at council vote for aid to veterans: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

East Belfast paramilitary murals to be removed: UTV

Willie Frazer attack accused falls down court stairs: Belfast Telegraph

Unionist describes Derry as "full of work dodgers": Irish News
John Monghan

NI gay marriage 'a matter of time' – Adams: UTV

Nama letter shows Cushnahan had "designated assistants at Tughans": Irish News
John Manley

North's former finance Minister 'raised Nama loans with Noonan in 2013': Irish Examiner

Gareth Robinson was part of social enterprise Stormont delegation: Irish News
John Manley

Bankrupt ex-IRA developer McFeely faces new legal battle: Belfast Telegraph
Aodhan O Faolain

Frankie Boyle – Gerry Adams says organisers did not intend to hurt anyone: BBC

Is another referendum on Scottish independence actually inevitable?: The Spectator
Alex Massie

Salmond must not get new plebiscite so soon after the clear No vote: The News Letter
Editorial

Devolution is in the bag as the UK follows Wales' lead: WalesOnline.co.uk
David Williamson

Tuesday, July 28

Villiers and McGuinness in US PR battle over political deadlock: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Northern Ireland denied extra welfare aid ahead of US Stormont talks: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Why we're probably stuck with our hopeless system of cartel politics: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Let referendum decide who is a Troubles victim – Campaigner: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Progress at last a boost for victims: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Westminster confidence levels lowest in NI (Jul 8): UTV

Republicans to hold protest during policing debate: Irish News
Connla Young

Radio controlled bomb 'hidden in advertising': UTV
Alan Erwin

Man bailed over attack after Ballymoney parade: UTV

Villiers considering probe into Provos' 1987 murders of top judge and wife: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Armagh, Banbridge and Craigavon Council signs armed forces community covenant: The News Letter

Unionist motion in support of Covenant is defeated at DCSDC: Londonderry Sentinel

North risks losing chance to control corporation tax: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Churches must ditch altar egos – Unite to form Christian party: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Expelled Cork politician to join next poll: Irish Examiner
Sean O'Riordan

Stormont minister ignored officials for six months to delay FoI request (Jul 23): The News Letter
Sam McBride

We must fight watering down of Freedom of Information Act (Jul 10): Belfast Telegraph
Paul Connolly

Gay marriage in Northern Ireland 'a matter of time': Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Martin O'Neill to have 'a wee chat' with James McClean: Belfast Telegraph
Daniel McDonnell

Cameron suggests Scottish independence has been settled for the next 30 years: The Herald
Michael Settle

Nicola Sturgeon – No decision on second indyref vote: The Scotsman
Andrew Whitaker

David Cameron on collision course with SNP after flat refusal to consider second independence referendum: Scottish Daily Record
David Hughes

Monday, July 27

Martin McGuinness to brief US administration on deadlock: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Victims' group queries claim ex-RUC banned from Troubles' probe: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Villiers has rejected some MI5 surveillance for North: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

When Northern Ireland starts to resemble Craggy Island (Jul 11): Irish News
Patrick Murphy

Fanning the flames of bigotry, time to show respect (Jul 16): Belfast Telegraph
Michael Long

Time for Orange Order to change approach (Jul 17): Irish News
Editorial

Lurgan bomb attack – All five men released: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Dungiven parade for hunger striker Kevin Lynch – 'no breaches' says MLA: Derry Journal
Sheena Jackson

In a world where Martin McGuinness can meet the Queen... surely McClean can acknowledge her anthem: Irish Independent
Eamonn Sweeney

No role for royals – 1916 events to be strictly 'Irish only' affair: Irish Independent
Sam Griffin

Derry-Londonderry – from conflict to hope and inclusion: Rabble.ca
Dennis Gruending

Hate laws need urgently changed, says SDLP MLA (Jul 24): Irish News
John Monaghan

Integrated education neglected (Jul 21): Belfast Telegraph
Baroness Blood

Ulster Project comes to a tearful but hopeful close: Hutchinson News
Ashley Booker

BBC axe Frankie Boyle's comeback show over IRA murder joke (Jul 22) Belfast Telegraph
Joanne Sweeney

Sunday trading does not mean some things shouldn't be sacred (Jul 15): Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Gardaí 'need' anti-racism training (Jul 7): Irish Examiner
Conall Ó Fátharta

David Mundell – no plans for second Scottish independence vote: Belfast Telegraph

Lord Forsyth – Stirring up English nationalism does not deal with Scottish nationalism (Jul 26): Sunday Herald

Stand up to the SNP: Daily Telegraph
Editorial

Sunday, July 26

Villiers refused to grant surveillance warrants to MI5: The Irish Times

Disaster of a reunited Ireland may come one step closer this summer: TheJournal.ie
Aaron McKenna

Ex-TA soldier accused of bomb hoax at Gerry Adams' home: BBC

Equality Commission challenged over IRA Newry park name row: The News Letter

Conservatives axe their only Ulster employee (Jul 22): The News Letter
Sam McBride

Duran Duran drummer tells how IRA nearly killed his band, Princess Diana and Prince Charles in gelignite concert bomb plot: Daily Mail
Ian Gallagher

Terror victims demand Tony Blair testify to MPs over Gaddafi deal: Daily Telegraph
Robert Mendick

Miami Showband massacre – 'You don't have to die to lose your life': Sunday Independent
Graham Clifford

UK child abuse inquiry must look at Kincora: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Widow of Helmand soldier 'embarrassed' by official heel-dragging over aid for NI military veterans: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Government should give NI veterans better deal – Lord Ashcroft: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Address English job bias, says DUP MP: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

CEOs fear impact of Sinn Fein government: Sunday Independent
Gavin McLoughlin

Banner denouncing homosexuality at A1 near Dromore (Jul 23): Banbridge Leader

Belfast Pride – Persuasion can lead to equality (Jul 23): Belfast Telegraph
Anna Lo

Anger over Taoiseach's Gaeltacht comments: RTE

Foster will not give Sentinel Cerberus files: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

John Keanie wants Executive to tackle perception that NI boards are for an 'elite' (Jul 23): BBC
Chris Page

Daly's charity role is 'private': Sunday Independent
Ronald Quinlan

Sectarian row fan taken off jet avoids a prison term: Belfast Telegraph

Union hanging by a thread, former Scots Secretary Lord Forsyth says: Daventry Express

Salmond – Indyref 2 is inevitable, only question is the timing: The Herald

SNP's Westminster stunt – a theatrical distraction from tricky issues at home? (Jul 22): The Guardian
Michael White

Lessons learned from the Troubles can help fight global extremism, says President Higgins (Jul 23): Irish Post
Nemesha Balasundaram

Saturday, July 25

Lords wish to better direct devolution and save Union: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

UUP sets up new all-party Westminster group: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

MLAs red flag plans to remove emblems from their offices: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

New Victims Commissioner Judith Thompson – I'm undecided on key issues: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Terror victims step up campaign to stop terrorists being called victims: The News Letter
Adam Kula

Ex-Policing Board chief slams INLA display and unionist response to it: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

PSNI and Church let us down over Peggy O'Hara funeral: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Lurgan bomb attack – Five men are arrested: BBC

Unionists condemn bomb attack in Victoria St: Lurgan Mail

Police search Loyalist's home: Ulster Star

Paul McCauley murder probe pair released on bail: The News Letter

DUP Councillor claims McCauley detectives arrested 'suspects' who were overseas: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Sinn Fein Colrs. ask police – Where are our phones?: Derry Journal

The torture centre and the 'hooded men': The Irish Times
Susan McKay

MPs hold IRA-Libya weapons compensation inquiry: BBC

Newton – Kincora's exclusion from UK child abuse inquiry is unforgivable: Belfast Telegraph
Gary Fennelly

Villiers refusal on Kincora inquiry 'unforgivable': The News Letter

UN concern over Troubles legacy and NI abortion law: BBC
Chris Page

Bid to change Londonderry to Derry 'divisive': Irish Examiner
Joe League

James McClean backs Derry name change bid: Derry Journal

Name-calling up north: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Good or bad, £30,000 is too much to pay for a council logo (Jul 18): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Holy Cross priest Fr Troy returns 'home' to Belfast: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Priest hits out at hate crime at Duffy's Cut funeral: Ulster Herald

Tourism is a great example of economic peace dividend: Irish Independent
Liz O'Donnell

Jeffrey Donaldson hopes to bring Tower of London poppies to Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Helping the peace with Piece (Apr 23): Irish Echo
Jenny Holland

Brexit would be 'massive blow' for Border region: The Anglo-Celt
Paul Neilan

Ex-Rangers player gets 10-game ban for James McClean abuse: Derry Journal

Campaigners – Broadfoot's record ban for sectarianism exposes weak will of Scots football beaks: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Nicola Sturgeon asks whether UK agencies spied on Scottish politicians: The Guardian
Severin Carrell, Steven Morris, Ian Cobain and Henry McDonald

We need commission on devolution: The Scotsman
Brian Wilson

Friday, July 24

Theresa Villiers urges Northern parties to break stalemate: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Bizarrely, unionists have most to fear from direct rule: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Police Ombudsman probe claim lives put at risk at Twelfth parade in Moneymore: Mid Ulster Mail
Stanley Campbell

Villiers meets police injured in Twelfth trouble: UTV
Chris Chambers and Tracey Magee

Orange Order needs to face up to reality and act positively on parades issue: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Paramilitary funerals show fragility of peace: Irish News
Alex Kane

Police fear bomb still lies hidden in Lurgan: Belfast Telegraph

Blair is so out of touch with his stone-age politics: The Herald
Alison Rowat

Scottish independence is not inevitable: Daily Telegraph
Allan Massie

Councillor rejects SF's 'cynical' offer to return to party: UTV
Anita McSorley

Man denies charges of harassing Maíria Cahill: The Irish Times
Alan Erwin

New 'Derry' name bid 'disgusting', claim DUP: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Ex-Sinn Féin councillor says 'no thanks' to reprieve: Irish News
Valerie Robinson

Three arrested over Paul McCauley murder: Derry Journal

Family consider leaving home after sectarian attack: Derry Journal
Catherine Doran

"No Taigs in our area" graffiti appears in east Belfast: Irish News
John Monaghan

Restrictions placed on Dungiven republican parade: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Our Troubles march slowly into history...: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Theresa Villiers rejects Kincora abuse inquiry request: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Labour push for Kincora abuse to be investigated in paedophile inquiry: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Ex-NIO health Minister the subject of child abuse files: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Prison brutality a horrendous legacy of conflict (Jull 22): Irish News
Jim Gibney

As the centenary of the 1916 Easter Rising approaches, the history wars in Ireland still rage : New Statesman
David Reynolds

Peter Robinson's son worked for firm given £9m by Nama: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

The late Brian Lenihan appointed advisor at centre of Nama controversy: Irish Independent
Shane Phelan

Aspects of Cerberus-Nama deal in Northern Ireland described as 'strange' by MPs: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Sinn Féin's Mary Lou McDonald withdraws committee call: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

DUP ministers took keen interest in approch by potential NAMA bidder: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Quango commissioner's parting shot blasts OFMDFM (Jul 23): Irish News
John Manley

DUP Orangeman helps ill nationalist mother in her battle to win back DLA (Jul 21): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Protest over Irish language omissions (Jul 14): Irish Examiner
Joe Leogue

Barack Obama warns UK against leaving the EU: Belfast Telegraph

Scottish minister – 'We want the UK to remain a strong member of the EU': Irish Independent
Humza Yousaf

Is Gerry Adams simply being politically correct in wishing for a two-state solution? (Jul 21): Middle East Monitor
Azzam Tamimi

It's time to wipe out ISIS fanatics – West must get extreme: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Thursday, July 23

'Villiers can't ignore British government responsibility' – Murphy: Newry Times
Paul Malone

McGuinness for U.S. crisis talks: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

North's powersharing institutions 'in peril' – McGuinness: Derry Journal

'Goodwill' needed for Stormont deal – McGuinness: UTV
Jonathan Bell & Ken Reid

Courage is needed to keep the whole show on the road: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Dromore brethren shun extremists: Banbridge Leader

Orange Order pressed on search of Co Antrim hall: Irish News
Connla Young

Ardoyne plastic bullets raised with watchdog: The News Letter

Water cannon 'protected police' in Ulster rioting (Jul 15): Belfast Telegraph

Fresh threats to police living in loyalist areas: Irish News
John Monaghan

Dallat calls for removal of 'insensitive flags' along Causeway Coastal Route: Derry Journal

Gary Donnelly – Police raid independent councillor's house: Derry Journal
Claire Allan

INLA parade – Nothing will change until we find these sorry sights absurd: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

Church's silence on military display at funeral is alarming: The News Letter
Nelson McCausland

Police right to stay back from paramilitary funerals: Irish News
Allison Morris

Determination issued on annual Kevin Lynch parade in Dungiven: Derry Journal
Sheena Jackson

Londonderry – Child escapes injury after sectarian mob attacks house: The News Letter

Man chased by bottle-throwing 'sectarian' gang: UTV

Bride forced to cancel wedding party due to bomb: Lurgan Mail
Carmel Robinson

Johnny 'Mad Dog' Adair warns murder plot leader could be executed by IRA after breaking the 'rules': Scottish Daily Record

Feared INLA boss beaten in cash dispute: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

NI not ready for non-jury trials 'yet': UTV

Pressure on authorities to review O'Hagan murder case: Ulster Herald

Revealed – Woman who'll take up Victims' Commissioner role... as £75,000-a-year post finally filled: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Compensation inquiry for victims of Libyan-sponsored IRA violence: Belfast Telegraph

Libya-IRA inquiry is hailed by GB victim: The News Letter

Miami Showband Massacre: 'I heard Fran saying 'please don't' – he was begging for his life ... there was a burst of gunfire, then silence': Evening Herald
Alan O'Keeffe

Claim unionists 'tried to push RUC into beating Catholics': Irish News
Claire Simpson

IRA bomb victim's parents welcome Higgins to Warrington: The Irish Times
Ruadhán Mac Cormaic

Kincora boys' home allegations in new cabinet papers: BBC
Colletta Smith

Cross-border tall ship planned in legacy project (Jul 20): UTV
Louise Convery

Nama deal – Top civil servant to give evidence to NI inquiry: BBC
John Campbell

Nama deal – 'No response' from Irish government to NI inquiry: BBC

Nama 'deal fixers' were accountant and developer: Irish News
Susan Thompson

£1.8m payday for councillors retiring for Northern Ireland's new super councils: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black and Adrian Rutherford

'Brexit' could put peace process at risk, says former ambassador: The Irish Times
Elaine Edwards

Orange Walk – Police in Motherwell issue over 60 fines as more than 20,000 people joined event (Jul 21): Scottish Daily Record

SNP ideology like that of cavemen – Tony Blair: The Scotsman
Amy Watson

Wednesday, July 22

Sinn Fein leaders Gerry Adams and Martin McGuinness hold talks with David Cameron: Belfast Telegraph

SF accused of 'threatening' rhetoric after meeting PM: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Pressure mounts amid Stormont finance gloom: Irish News
John Manley

NI budget black hole 'to be hundreds of millions more': The News Letter

Northern Ireland 'faces crucial impact' in spending cuts drive: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Little appetite for talks and solutions: Irish News
John Manley

Sinn Fein seeking economics adviser for new Stormont job role: Belfast Telegraph

Comrades! Labour leadership hopeful Jeremy Corbyn invites Gerry Adams and Martin McGuinness for a cuppa in Parliament: Daily Mail
Geevi Peev and Daniel Martin

Welfare reform is popular, and is needed in N.Ireland: The News Letter
Editorial

Naming of Victims Commissioner to be announced soon: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Police search INLA funeral scene for bullet casings as family defends terrorist show of strength: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn MacDermott and Deborah McAleese

Peggy O'Hara – PSNI should have stopped republican funeral, DUP MLA says: BBC

Police admit O'Hara funeral mistakes, claims DUP: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Unionist anger over INLA show of strength, but security expert says police were right not to intervene: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke and Eamonn MacDermott

A march out of step: UTV
Brian Rowan

PSNI cleared of excessive force during Thatcher riot: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Greysteel 'in the limelight for all the wrong reasons' – Colr.: Derry Journal

Orange leader Nelson condemns hardliners: Banbridge Leader

Family of girl freed by police from under car during Belfast rioting lodge complaint – against police: Irish Independent
Deborah McAleese

Ulster unionism stuck in time warp after yet another violent 12th of July: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Dara Kelly

New Ballymena UVF boss as Paul Gray ousted: Sunday World
Steven Moore

Police searches linked to loyalist threat: UTV

End the appeasement of loyalist gang bosses: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Lurgan bomb attack wrecked GAA club wedding party: The News Letter
Adam Kula

Celtic star Anthony Stokes 'asked about guns' by IRA sympathiser in plot to kill Johnny Mad Dog Adair: Irish Mirror
Ian Hughes

'He wanted to be an IRA hero' – Johnny 'Mad Dog' Adair breaks his silence over plot to kill him: Scottish Daily Record
Chris Clements

Royal pardons 'should be published in future': Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Ballymurphy Massacre families take their campaign to the heart of government: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

INLA show of strength – Populist soundbites and 1980s rhetoric from councillor who stood by as shots were fired: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Mick Wallace discusses Nama official bribe claim with gardaí: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

Teenage girls organised Belfast fight after fallout over killer Michael Stone: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

There are a few facts I'd like to get straight with Mr Nelson McCausland: Belfast Telegraph
Noel Doran

Sinn Féin councillor back in party but still suing: The Irish Times
Chris Chambers

Councillor 'far from impressed' by SF decision to temporarily lift expulsion: Irish Independent
Ralph Riegel

Legal threat not linked to freeze in councillor's expulsion, say Sinn Féin: Irish Examiner
Fiachra Ó Cionnaith and Sean O'Riordan

Easter Rising motion to go before council: Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

Gregory Campbell orders James McClean to quit English football: Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

British author "passionate believer" in a united Ireland: Irish News
John Monaghan

President Higgins in official visit to UK: RTE

Pulis' old gaffer 'Rico' joins DUP MP in saying McClean should leave England: Londonderry Sentinel

SNP accused of plotting to hold a second independence referendum: The Herald
Michael Settle

Tuesday, July 21

Potential of Good Friday Agreement 'squandered': Irish News
Claire Simpson

Welfare reforms 'will bring down the Stormont Assembly': UTV

Put the Assembly clowns on notice ... do a proper deal or be shut down: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Involvement of teenagers in these cult gangs points to a design fault in peace process: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Son of UVF man rips down SAS flag at Twaddell protest camp in Belfast: The Sunday Life
Ciaran Barnes

Castlederg band protests at police line: Ulster Herald

New NI Victims' Commissioner selected but not yet named: BBC

Victims and Survivors Service chair Oliver Wilkinson – 'There is no template in the world for the victims work we are doing': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Outrage as INLA takes over streets in show of strength: Belfast Telegraph
Joanne Fleming

Peggy O'Hara – Edel Kelly defends paramilitary funeral: BBC

McGuinness told he was "not welcome" at funeral: Irish News
John Monaghan

DUP meeting with PSNI 'disappointing': UTV

DUP councillor compares funeral to ISIS parade: Londonderry Sentinel

Lurgan bomb attack – Justice Minister David Ford 'cynical bid to lure police': BBC

Bishop – Lurgan bombers only offer 'despair and death': Irish News
Claire Simpson

Lurgan Residents want terror attacks to stop: Belfast Telegraph
Nevin Farrell

Dissident bombers engaged in abhorrent campaign: Irish News
Editorial

Dangerous ideology hasn't gone away: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Orange hall searched in loyalist threats probe: Irish News
Connla Young

UDA graffiti daubed on school wall in Limavady a 'hate crime': Derry Journal

Sectarian graffiti in Newtownabbey condemned: The News Letter

Mother accused of trying to scale peace wall bailed: UTV
Alan Erwin

Peace People volunteer breaks silence over 'life-threatening letter': Belfast Telegraph

Plot to kill ex-UDA leaders Johnny Adair and Sam McCrory – Three men found guilty: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Cromie

Derry councillor Gary Donnelly denies he's 'Donzo': Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Background – wannabe terrorist assassin Duffy wanted to start a war in Scotland: Glasgow Evening Times
David Leask

Once feared loyalist leaders – Adair and McCrory: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Labour hopeful Jeremy Corbyn's links to Sinn Fein, Hamas and Hezbollah: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

James McClean warned by West Brom boss Tony Pulis to tone down anti-British behaviour: The Independent
Tom Sheen

Paddy Barnes defends James McClean's 'God Save the Queen' stance: Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

West Brom fan comes up with 'God save James McClean' chant: Belfast Telegraph
Jenny Kirkham

Bangor loyalist Gary Hall forms new paramilitary group in Australia, blames Aborigines for crime, says he is willing to kneecap housebreakers, drug dealers and rapists: The Sunday Life
Ciaran Barnes

Monday, July 20

Police lured to dissident republican double-bomb trap in Armagh: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Lurgan bomb attack was 'designed to kill' police, says PSNI: BBC

Police well-aware of 'come-on' trap popular with dissidents: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Gerry Adams condemns Armagh explosive device 'designed to kill police': Irish Independent
David Kearns

O'Dowd – Lurgan attack 'simply wrong on all levels – we all deserve better': The News Letter

Police officers 'back on the beat' in Lurgan: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

A return to the tired idea that left-wing votes should go SDLP (Jul 17): The News Letter
Editorial

Why we're a long way off from normal democracy (Jul 9): Irish News
Allison Morris

Police appeal over theft of flags: Banbridge Leader

Peter's graduated response won't work with Nama either: Irish News
William Scholes

Witness appeal over Twaddell plastic bullet use: UTV

Rioting can jeopardise future careers, children warned (Jul 16): Belfast Telegraph
Caitlin Curley

Masked republicans at Londonderry funeral of hunger striker's mother: The News Letter
David Moore

Police raids follow Peggy O'Hara funeral: Derry Journal

Funerals deserve dignity not illegality: Irish News
Editorial

Remembering the victims of Bloody Friday: The News Letter

Uncovering Britain's dirty war in Ireland: Irish Echo (Australia)

Building peace on 'Common Ground': Ulster Star

Pastor McConnell's prosecution defies logic (Jul 16): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Harbinson claim he was 'set-up': Irish News
Connla Young

McClean labelled 'scum' for not taking part in God Save the Queen: Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

James McClean warned by West Brom boss Tony Pulis after refusing to acknowledge British national anthem: Irish Mirror
James Nursey

BBC tries to claim Irish golfer Paul Dunne as 'British': Irish Independent
David Kearns

Poll – most Scots want to remain within the EU (Jul 19): Sunday Herald

To save the Union, end the Scots insurgency: Daily Telegraph
Simon Heffer

Southport Orange Lodge march; organisers praised: Southport Visiter
Tom Duffy

Britain should cherish its Royal family (Jul 19): Sunday Telegraph
Editorial

Sunday, July 19

Peggy O'Hara – Police investigate paramilitary displays: BBC

Family of pregnant woman murdered by UVF in call for collusion inquiry: Belfast Telegraph

Breaking through the North's dialogue of the deaf (Jul 11): The Irish Times
Richard English

Get real and love Northern Ireland for what it is, warts and all: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Rioting explained in a three-letter word: Impartial Reporter
Warren Little

Culture and the Twelfth... and the fog of historical ignorance: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Poetic reflections on a Belfast Twelfth: Irish News
Fionnuala O Connor

Respect on all sides must be a part of the Twelfth: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Direct rule is a backwards step for Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Northern Ireland – loyalist charged with 2006 murder of Catholic man: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Man is granted bail in alleged sectarian murder of Paul McCauley: Irish Independent
Donna Deeney

Meet the West Belfast MPs who do take their seats: Belfast Media
Tiarnán Ó Muilleoir

Robinson dined in Dalkey before the Nama storm: Sunday Independent
Maeve Sheehan

Case for reform of north's libel laws is clear (Jul 10): Irish News
Brian Garrett

To Have Irish (Jul 16): Huffington Post
Anna Hoffman

Latte there be love! Shinners should try to woo liberals (Jul 13): (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Sinn Fein councillor acquitted of benefit fraud (Jul 16): Derry Journal

What life's really like in a Sinn Fein-run fantasy land: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Gerry Adams press watchdog complaint over Michael Collins speech is upheld (Jul 14): Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Frances Mulraney

Gerry Adams talks to MEMO – 'Personally I have found that the hardest negotiation is with your own side': Middle East Monitor
Amelia Smith

Sinn Féin's new Dublin mayor wants street parties to remember 1916 (Jul 13): TheJournal.ie
Hugh O'Connell

Sinn Fein open new European office in Derry (Jul 14): Derry Journal

Neutrality would not prevent Ireland coming to aid of EU state under attack (Jul 15): The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Minister should accelerate school divestment programme (Jul 15): The Irish Times
Paul Rowe

Duo 'made IRA bomb threats' in Dundee Spar store (Jul 10): The Scotsman
Jamie Beatson

SNP unveils plans for MPs to focus on England (Jul 16): Daily Telegraph
Simon Johnson

The case for a Famine memorial in Glasgow is overwhelming (Apr 23): The Herald
Editorial

Saturday, July 18

Northern Ireland facing direct rule for five years, warns Ian Paisley: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Victims call on Labour hopeful to state IRA view: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Stormont teetering on brink: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Pensioners tell of terror as loyalist teens go on rampage in Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Man charged with murder of Paul McCauley: Londonderry Sentinel

Loyalists need to restore reputational damage – Kyle: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Loyalist rioters are yet another generation failed by unionist leaders: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

PSNI review "loyalist" and "republican" crime comments: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Police seek car driver in Greysteel bus stoning probe: Londonderry Sentinel
Niall Deeney

Orange Order rift talk dismissed as 'mischief making': The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Magherafelt pub bars four people 'who sang republican songs at Orange parade': Mid Ulster Mail

Criticism of trouble on Garvaghy Road: Portadown Times

Teenager crushed by a car driven by a leading Orangeman awaits surgery: Irish News
Allison Morris

Coach disassociates itself from Facebook comments: Portadown Times

Man accused of waving Tricolour, shouting 'Up the Ra' at loyalists: The Irish Times

Man bailed over Tricolour waving past Twaddell: UTV
Ashleigh McDonald

Israeli flag causes complaints: Lurgan Mail

Policing Board to consider concerns over coffin gunfire: The News Letter

PSNI urged to gather paramilitary funeral evidence: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Northern Ireland police chief says water cannon use justified: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Samurai sword deaths – Man accused of killing UDA commander in south Belfast is charged with second murder: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Higgins

Raze the Maze to the ground, as Spandau prison was razed: The News Letter
Kenny Donaldson

I've left my Irish limbo. But Northern Ireland is stuck with the Twelfth of July: The Irish Times
Maeve Rafferty

Daryl Proctor charged with Paul McCauley murder: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

PSNI role in UDA man's funeral criticised: Irish News
Connla Young

Hard not to feel sympathy for DUP maverick Jim Wells: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Scandal of how US vulture funds stripped Irish property bare: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
John Spain

Authorities silent on US probe into Nama sale: Irish News
John Manley

The Twee Tweets of Gerry Adams: Irish Post
Jo O'Reilly and Katy Harrington

Syriza U-turn a harsh lesson for Sinn Fein: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Unionists "would work" with pro-republican Labour leader: Irish News
John Monaghan

Surge in English SNP members – 'the core message is very attractive': The Guardian
Ben Quinn

Tories doing to Labour what Sinn Fein did to SDLP: Irish News
Patrick Murphy

Johnny Mad Dog Adair jury fail to reach verdict after deliberating for two days: Scottish Daily Record
Wilma Riley

Friday, July 17

Belfast Orangeman – Order highly irresponsible at Ardoyne: The News Letter
Sam McBride

'Graduated response' was a sham, says DUP man: Coleraine Times
Sam McBride

Witness appeal over Orange bus stone attack: UTV

Greysteel bus attacks – Policing review finds 'issues': BBC

Lawyer wants Orangeman's Ardoyne crash murder bid charges reviewed: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Family of John Aughey appeal for calm on social media: Irish News

Men racially abused at Orange parade: Irish News
John Monaghan

Twelfth 2015 – Belfast violence leaves the Orange Order badly wounded: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Homes of elderly attacked during north Belfast trouble: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Newspaper's lack of generosity over banner is pitiable: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Scrap funding for those failing to work for peace: Irish News

Why the old Orange Order has to change: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Sinn Fein needs to explain position on austerity: Irish News
Alex Kane

If Adams wants action on past, SF should tell more about terrorism: The News Letter
Ross Hussey

Campbell demands probe after shots fired over coffin in Londonderry: The News Letter

I'll always be a shooter – DUP MP Jim Shannon: Belfast Telegraph

Female officer suspended in collusion probe: Irish News
Allison Morris

Police arrest man in connection with Paul McCauley's murder: Derry Journal
Catherine Doran

Police 'did not' use too much force during arrest: UTV

Northern Ireland Secretary in bid for victims cash deal 19 years after IRA Canary Wharf bomb: The Doclands and East London Advertiser
Mike Brooke

Councillor defends shots tribute to hunger striker's mother: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

This man used to hunt Belfast Catholics with a .357 Magnum. Here's his story: Los Angeles Daily News
Corinne Purtill

Second nightclub employee loses job over Ardoyne comments: Irish News
John Monaghan

Stormont watchdog 'insulted' after Nama refuses to attend property deal probe: Belfast Telegraph

Noonan faces pressure from North over Nama snub: Irish Independent
Shane Phelan

Finance Committee may force NAMA to give evidence: UTV

Robinson's lobbyist son has 'access all areas' at Stormont: Irish News
John Manley

Warning on danger to future of Irish language: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Budget cuts hit Mitchell scholarship scheme (Jul 14): Irish News
Simon Doyle

Jury out in 'Mad Dog' Adair murder plot trial in Glasgow: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Independence is not a threat to you, SNP to tell rest of UK in major charm offensive: The Herald
Tom Gordon

SNP will 'reach out' to allies across UK as they step up battle with Tories: Daily Express
Tom Martin

Thursday, July 16

Public service to run into problems if no deal on welfare cuts in North, says Villers: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Irish minister Charlie Flanagan calls on NI politicians to 'inspire and be courageous': BBC

The clock is now ticking down on Stormont survival: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Anguish Haunts Northern Ireland's Retired Terrorists: NBCNews.com
Corinne Purtill

David Cameron urges Belfast parade dispute to be 'sorted out': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Belfast loyalist denies attempting to murder girl by driving into crowd: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Twelfth 2015 – Orangeman regrets 'attempted murder' car incident that broke 16-year-old girl's pelvis, is granted bail: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black and Claire Cromie

Two in court for 'waving flag' provocatively: UTV
Ashleigh McDonald

Pair 'waved tricolour at Twaddell camp': The News Letter

Orange Order condemns loyalist band over parade breach: BBC
Mark Simpson

'Famine Song' band to march past St Patrick's: Irish News
Connla Young

Belfast Twelfth supporter 'abused protestors': The News Letter

Orange Order 'didn't expect such large crowds': UTV
Barbara McCann

Belfast couple's 'unprovoked attack on policewoman': The News Letter

Bonfires to bouncy castles: Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

Order cannot abdicate responsibility on parades (Jul 15): Irish News
Editorial

Repudiate the tiny fringe of loyalism that is thuggish: The News Letter
Editorial

Intimidation rife in Mid Ulster: Portadown Times

Lethal dissident threat for foreseeable future – Villiers: The News Letter

'Men gave petrol to young people in Brandywell' – source: Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

Five boys arrested after Derry disorder: UTV

Call for police to probe shots over coffin in Londonderry: The News Letter

Successes against dissident attacks may be due to hacking: Derry Journal

Couple in court in connection with attack on police officer: BBC

Woman in court over sectarian comments: UTV
Ashleigh McDonald

North Belfast – Teenage girl arrested during second night of disturbances: BBC

Nama – Sinn Féin Stormont MLA meets National Crime Agency: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

NAMA scandal – Wallace source '100pc certain' money for NI politician: The News Letter

Nama deal – Irish police investigate new claims by Mick Wallace: BBC

Wallace can't keep making sensational claims then refuse to elaborate further: Irish Independent
Dearbhail McDonald

Kenny disappointed that no independent review of Ballymurphy deaths: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

My fascist granny taught me the dangers of nationalism (Jul 13): Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Jim Wells – I was hung out to dry over something I didn't say. Now I want to restore my reputation: Belfast Telegraph

DUP's Jim Wells in bid to clear name over gay remarks: BBC

All-Ireland currency not the most outlandish idea: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Ministers concede major concession on extra powers for Scotland: The Herald
Kate Devlin

English votes for English laws plan attacked in marathon Commons debate: Belfast Telegraph

SNP duplicity is a threat to the Union: Daily Telegraph
Editorial



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