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Thursday, June 15

Blair rejects DUP analysis on IRA arms: UTV Internet

SDLP blasts DUP stalling moves: Daily Ireland
Eamonn Houston

No debate 'until agreement found': BBC

MLAs' huge expenses facing a cut: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Hain to extend Assembly run: UTV Internet

Envoy's nauseating view of the north: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

District policing support urged: BBC

PSNI to recruit 150 part-time officers: RTE

Putting the bite on criminal assets: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Assets Recovery Agency criticised: UTV Internet

Brennan Glucksman defends SDLP support: Irish Echo
Ailbhe Jordan

I stand by my claim – McGuinness is a spy: Belfast Telegraph
Martin Ingram

Case Unproven: The Blanket
Anthony McIntyre

Final NI justice report published: BBC

We do not know the dead men's stories: Daily Ireland
Danny Morrison

Orange chief welcomes deal on loyalist parade: Irish Independent
George Jackson

Parade deal heralded for marching season peace: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Historic agreement on Orange parade: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

UDA on the brink of expelling Shoukris: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

'We're more sectarian than ever': (from the Sunday Tribune, Jun 11)
Suzanne Breen

McDowell attacks Ferris over McCabe killer remarks: Irish Examiner
Paul O'Brien

Murder on Main Street: Irish Voice/
John Spain

Foolish, self-deluded youth not unique to Islam: Toronto Star (Jun 13)
Jim Coyle

Trinidad – the team for Scotland: Daily Telegraph
Ed West

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Nationalists and unionists reveal differing perspectives: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Strong support for peace: Daily Ireland
Eamonn Houston

Hume pays tribute to 'supporter of peace and justice': (from the Irish News)
Seamus McKinney

Co-accused in arms trial calls Haughey a visionary leader: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Guns led to great recovery: Daily Ireland
Connla Young


Wednesday, June 14

Agreement over contentious march: BBC

Parade route decided by communities: RTE

Third commission member has Orange Order links: (from the Irish News, Jun 10)
Sharon O'Neill

Progress as Hain forces meeting: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Education 'should be held above politics': Daily Ireland
Eamonn Houston

Another example of Hain's aggressive governance style: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

North's politicos need a dose of realpolitik: (from the Irish News, Jun 12)
Tom Kelly

Is Sir Reg running on empty?: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

UUP leader's aim is worthy: (from the Irish News)

CS GAS... ...the new plastic bullets: Daily Ireland
Connla Young

Threat to DPPs as public shuns meetings: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

District Policing Partnerships ...a success or an irrelevance?: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

Scot who joined UDA jailed: The Scotsman

Scottish UDA man jailed: UTV Internet

Extradition treaty hits rights storm: Belfast Telegraph

Fresh calls for FF to organise in North by ex-SDLP members: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

'The Beginning of the End has Past …': The Blanket (Jun 2)
Davy Carlin

Sporting mural replaces loyalist artwork: UTV Internet

Loyalist bomb inquiry call: Daily Ireland
Mick Hall

Teacher honored for lessons in peace: Albany Times Union (Jun 13)
Jordan Carleo-Evangelist

Real grounds for concern: Sunday Life (Jun 11)

Irish leader who inspired and repelled dies at 80: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

Charles Haughey: Daily Telegraph

Death of 'The Boss' brings tributes from old foes and end to an era: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna, Fionnan Sheahan, Brian Brennan and Ralph Riegel

Tuesday, June 13

Time for Ahern to fight peace corner: Daily Ireland

Wells to chair committee meeting: BBC

Hain appoints Assembly deputy speakers to chair committee: UTV Internet

Ahern, Blair fix date for peace talks: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

Ulster grammar school survival tied to renewal of devolution: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

MLAs can decide on academic selection: Belfast Telegraph
Kathryn Torney

Current system entrenches old divisions: (from the Irish News)
Roy Garland

Assembly deadlock must be sorted: Belfast Telegraph

Reaching out to loyalists in a bid to secure a settled future: (from the Irish News)
Steven McCaffery

Ulster Unionist councillor defects to Conservatives: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

Second UUP man is joining Tories: BBC

McGuinness a spy? Total nonsense, Hain is told: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Libel charges denied: Daily Ireland
Eamonn Houston

Morrison brands O'Rawe 'a fool' after legal threat:
Joe Nwaz

Dorrian family's 'sheer hell' on Lisa's birthday: Belfast Telegraph

A name that we must not forget: (from the Irish News)

First nationalist mayor for town: BBC

Lá is the future of news as Gaeilge: Daily Ireland
Máirtín Ó Muilleoir

Irish troops may join EU battlegroups by this autumn: Irish Independent

England's flag a red rag to Scottish soccer fans: Regina Leader-Post (Jun 12)
Andy Imlach

You'll never love the English: Irish Independent (Jun 10)
Ben Webb

Bunkered by World Cup controversy: The Scotsman
Hamish MacDonnell

Monday, June 12

Bush's envoy sees policing as key issue for Sinn Féin: (from the Irish Times, Jun 10)
Frank Millar

Time wasters: Sunday Life (Jun 11)
Linda Gilby

Embattled 'no-men' as intransigent as always: (from the Irish News, Jun 10)
James Kelly

Drumcree row not solved: Sunday Life (Jun 11)
Ciaran McGuigan

Anger at ruling on parades body duo: (from the Irish News, Jun 10)
William Graham

Hall attack 'second in 10 days': BBC

McCord's cousin beaten by gang: Sunday Life (Jun 11)
Stephen Breen

Disbelief as UDA negotiator is cleared of being member: (from the Irish News, Jun 10)
Sharon O'Neill

Appeal over Lisa Dorrian: UTV Internet

Protest Unionist defects to Tories: Irish Independent
Paul O'Hare

The turbulent ghost of Jerry McCabe: Sunday Business Post (Jun 11)
Emmanuel Kehoe

Bloody Sunday Trust given a cash boost: Daily Ireland (Jun 6)
Eamonn Houston

Ex-IRA man sues RTE over hunger-strike row: (from the Sunday Tribune, Jun 11)
Suzanne Breen

1981: The Blanket (May 20)
Eamon Sweeney

New witness in McCartney case: Sunday Life (Jun 11)
Stephen Breen

DUP council members get strangely camera shy: Daily Ireland (Jun 8)
Ciarán Barnes

Caught in a maze?: Sunday Life (Jun 11)
Michael McGimpsey

Concern over gang fighting in fishing village: The News Letter (May 30)

Housing scheme banned in bid to protect language: Irish Independent
Brian McDonald

If it's English vote for English law, the UK's end is nigh: The Guardian
Jackie Ashley

St Beckham, St George, is it really a funny old game?: Irish Independent
Mary Kenny

Washington Sniper 'used IRA training manual': Sunday Tribune (Jun 11)NOTE
Shane Coleman

Sunday, June 11

It's make or break time for parties in the North: Sunday Business Post
Eamonn Mallie

McCord meets Lady Hermon: UTV Internet

Blow to Unionists as rising star defects to Tory party: The Sunday Times
Carissa Casey

Doubts remain despite restoration of Burrows: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Parades body ruling 'a side-show': BBC

A widow's rage is a thorn in Adams's side: The Sunday Times
Brenda Power

Not a good day for Ferris to lie about Murder on Main Street: Sunday Independent
Brendan O'Connor

McCabe killing: Limerick Leader

Ruling by fooling: Daily Ireland (Jun 7)
Tommy McKearney

Details of 2,195 people stolen in 'Stormontgate': Belfast Telegraph
Mark Hookham

Ammunition find buried by IRA two decades ago: Irish Independent (Jun 7)
Anita Guidera and Tom Brady

IRA bomb victims demand payout: The Observer
Mark Townsend

Hope for blast victims: Manchester Evening News
Alan Salter

No posts for nationalists: Daily Ireland (Jun 7)
Eamonn Houston

Gangster choked and shot IRA spy: The Sunday Times
Sean O'Driscoll

Testimony puts lost income of slain fisherman at $1.8m: Boston Globe
Shelley Murphy

Dead man haunts FBI in $50M lawsuit: Boston Herald
Peter Gelzinis

Hunger-strike book from Fair: Daily Ireland (Jun 8)

'Meddling' by Adams angers families of Eta's victims: Sunday Telegraph
Alfonso Daniels

Saturday, June 10

DUP man accused of 'letting cat out of the bag': Derry Journal

Bullets cache vindicates cautious approach to SF: The News Letter

Hain told to stop 'lecturing': UTV Internet

No harmony in Stormont mood music: BBC
Mark Devenport

Devolution committee deadlock can be sorted: (from the Irish News)
William Graham

How North's spooks and skeletons in cupboards stop bones of deal: Irish Independent

There is no alternative to statutory policing: The News Letter (Jun 7)

Enough, says Hermon: cut ties with PUP: The News Letter

MP urged to resign or break ties with PUP: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

Empey rejects MP's loyalist worry: BBC

Sir Reg ... me, Ervine and loyalist terrorism: Belfast Telegraph
Reg Empey

Top loyalist freed after phone call evidence rejected: Irish Independent
Paul O'Hare

Target of loyalist attacks is set to be Larne's new mayor: Belfast Telegraph

Orangemen back on the parades commission: Irish Independent
Ivan McMichael

Parades body appointments upheld: BBC

McGuinness spy claims rejected by publisher five months ago: Village (Jun 1)
John Byrne

Irish prisoners' repatriation call: Daily Ireland (May 26)
Connla Young

Political Status: The Blanket (May 25)
Geoffrey Cooling

A bloody good case to keep these killers in jail: Irish Independent
John Boland

FBI agent returning to Ireland to testify against dissident republicans: Daily Ireland

McCreevy calls for boost in North-South economic ties: Irish Independent
Dan McGinn

Remembrance mural for schoolgirl finished: Daily Ireland
Eamonn Houston

Calls for UDA flags removal: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

Flagging spirits: The News Letter

Getting shirty – my day in an England top: Irish Independent
Conor Feehan

Just one last little thing before I go...: (from the Irish News)
Andy Wood

GAA divided over plan for Maze stadium: The Sunday Times (Jun 4)
Carissa Casey

Time to look at writing an entirely new constitution: Irish Independent (Jun 5)

Friday, June 9

Hain attempts to break deadlock: BBC

Countdown to another crisis: The News Letter

DUP tactics risk Assembly revival: Daily Ireland
Eamonn Houston

Devolution talks reaching crisis: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

SF – 'Govts must spell out Plan B': UTV Internet

Yes it's good to talk – just don't tell anyone you did: (from the Irish News)
Newton Emerson

Omens: The Blanket (May 29)
John Coulter

Hermon to meet UVF victim's dad: Belfast Telegraph
David McCord

DUP support would help Empey strategy: (from the Irish News)
Jim Gibney

More British Dirty Tricks: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Are Sinn Fein at tipping point?: Belfast Telegraph
Jim Cusack

Orange marches need to clean up act: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Decision due on march body ruling: BBC

Order's motives dubious:
Des Wilson

No charges after July 12 sit-down in Dunloy: Ballymoney Times

RUC knew agent was involved in massacre: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

U.S. Ambassador to Depart?: Irish Voice/

Daughter-in-law of McCabe gives birth on 10th anniversary of his killing: Irish Examiner
Jimmy Woulfe

Senator calls for name of McCabe 'authorised officer': Daily Ireland

Family of murdered teen quiz taoiseach: (from the Irish News, May 4)
Seamus McKinney

Victims' anger over police decision on O'Hare: The News Letter

Gun Runner's Family Sues FBI: Irish Voice/
Sean O'Driscoll

I betrayed Bulger for abetting FBI – Weeks details Whitey's bloodlust: Boston Herald
Laurel J. Sweet

Councillors clash over memorials at barracks: The News Letter

Northern Arts Council review into funding loyalist 'kick the Pope' bands: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

Factory floor anger at firm's ban on World Cup flags: Irish Independent

Barring world cup flags in workplace is mad – MLA: Belfast Telegraph
Debra Douglas

Future of EU funds in North: Daily Ireland (Jun 7)
Bairbre de Brún

Thursday, June 8

Parties fail to reach agreement: BBC

Dr Brady's talks offers to Paisley 'fruitless': (from the Irish News)
William Scholes

DUP clogging up democracy's wheels: Daily Ireland

Why sanction this nonsense?: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Positive talks: The News Letter

Massacre Arrests: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

Haddock 'is not spilling the beans': Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Haddock to testify in court case: UTV Internet

Concerns as groups openly probe crimes: The News Letter

Fine line between crime and terrorism: Belfast Telegraph

Catholic man 'forced out' of town by loyalists: Daily Ireland
Connla Young

Family of murdered teenager question Tweed's comments: (from the Irish News)
Maeve Connolly

I spy a mole in Prezza: Daily Mirror (Jun 5)
Tony Parsons

We Believe Freddie McGuinness: The Blanket (May 30)
Anthony McIntyre

Hunger strike deal didn't exist: Daily Ireland
Danny Morrison

Paying the price for jumping too soon: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

I won't inform on IRA men, says Ferris: Irish Examiner
Donal Hickey and Paul O'Brien

Ferris 'hiding the killers of McCabe': Irish Independent
Tom Brady and Anne Lucey

Robbery which led to McCabe killing was to finance house: Irish Examiner
Jimmy Woulfe

Police release bomb footage: UTV Internet

Nationalists call for removal of UVF flags from outside school: (Jun 5)

Mad Dog's barking up wrong tree: Sunday Life (Jun 4)
Stephen Breen

Irish peace process not possible without Tories – Gerry Adams: eitb24

Adams aids Basque push for peace: Daily Ireland
Tomaí Ó Conghaile and Eamonn Houston

Will you support England?: Belfast Telegraph

Blair criticised for flying cross of St George at No 10: The Scotsman

Wednesday, June 7

'Progress made' in committee row: BBC

Hain accused over Assembly debate: UTV Internet

SDLP and SF blast DUP's 'spoiling tactics': Daily Ireland
Eamonn Houston

Manufacturers call on Hain to 'respect' Assembly: UTV Internet

Gerry guilt!: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Leak stories are cynical wrangles: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

Loyal orders meet SDLP: UTV Internet

Commission urged to act after 'sectarian parade': (from the Irish News)
Claire Simpson

SF condemn bandsmen's two-fingered gestures: (Jun 5)
Roisin McManus

Rogue UDA gang copy Mad Dog: Sunday Life (Jun 4)

Two arrested over massacre of six Catholic men: Irish Examiner
Colm Heatley

Pair held over murders released: BBC

Unionists veto plan to tackle the bigots: (from the Irish News)
Maeve Connolly

Council target of nationalist demo: Daily Ireland
Connla Young

Down elects first ever Sinn Fein chairman: The News Letter

Strabane gets first DUP chairman: BBC

Fury at plans to name park after IRA man: Sunday Life (Jun 4)

Gardaí to hold memorial for Jerry McCabe: Irish Examiner

'Give back our beach': Daily Ireland
Eamonn Houston

Adams in trip to Spain: UTV Internet

The power of prayer: Sunday Life (Jun 4)
Karen Ireland

Possible 'cover up' by PSNI: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

FilmFour to cover Bobby Sands' last days: The Guardian
Ben Dowell

Row over national stadium location deepens: Daily Ireland (Jun 5)

A Mazeing case: The News Letter (Jun 5)

Tuesday, June 6

Durkan slams Hain over break-up: UTV Internet

DUP pushes for devolution deadline extension: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Hain under fire as Stormont stand-off continues: Irish Examiner
Dan McGinn

Hain slams NI politicians' 'failure': UTV Internet

New Assembly 'would be politicians' finest service': Irish Independent
John Cooney

Something for everyone in committee for slow learners: (from the Irish News)
Tom Kelly

Public patience wears thin for parties: Belfast Telegraph

US at odds with allies over bar on Sinn Fein fundraising: The Times
Tom Baldwin

Empey move exposes DUP hypocrisy: (from the Irish News)
Roy Garland

Former friend in dock over loyalist murder bid: Irish Examiner
Alan Erwin

'Haddock changed meeting time': UTV Internet

Ex-cop's fury at 'licence to kill' agent: Sunday Life (Jun 4)
Stephen Gordon

What now for Mark Haddock?: Belfast Telegraph

MI5 transfer 'cause for concern': BBC

Police reforms irreversible – Hutchinson: RTE

Clergy urged to 'reduce tension': BBC

Troubled parades body to rule on Whiterock: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Primate in secret Orange meeting: Irish Independent
John Coney

Call made to abolish parades body: UTV Internet

Hope as archbishop straddles the sectarian faultline: Irish Independent
John Cooney

Loyalists accused of breaking march deal: Daily Ireland

The sound of music drums up big debate: The News Letter

Daily Ireland sues British Govt: UTV Internet

Garden for Michael to be place of healing: Belfast Telegraph

Irish lied to about SAS in the North: Daily Ireland
Tom Griffin

Gang fights not all sectarian – claim: The News Letter

Reiss set for talks to broker feud:
Ciarán Barnes

Too Che . . . Show's curator slates Adams ban: Irish Independent

Residents reclaim site of former British army spy post: Daily Ireland
Connla Young

Trimble takes House of Lords seat: BBC

Monday, June 5

Devolution committee set to meet: BBC

Ingram challenges McGuinness to TV debate: (from the Sunday Tribune, Jun 4)
Suzanne Breen

'I've no doubt they want me killed': Irish Independent
Brian Dowling

Adams blames 'old guard elements' for spy claims: (from the Irish News, Jun 3)
William Graham

The tale of two Martins: (from the Sunday Tribune, Jun 4)
Suzanne Breen

McCord – Arrest Haddock: Sunday Life (Jun 4)

Bid to unmask killer gang: Sunday Life (Jun 4)
Ciaran McGuigan

Unionism's twisted logic: (Jun 1)
Des Wilson

Public interest dilemma: (from the Irish News, Jun 3)
Newton Emerson

Conflict remains on Orange plan for Portadown parade: Irish Independent
Chris Anderson

Lodges warned over arches: Sunday Life (Jun 4)
Pauline Reynolds

Saving cash on '£7' tout: Sunday Life (Jun 4)

Garda McCabe's killing still an emotive issue 10 years on: (from the Irish News, Jun 3)
Valerie Robinson

IRA 'had Garda insiders' – new dossier claims: Sunday Life (Jun 4)

McCartney murder trial could open in autumn: (from the Sunday Tribune, Jun 4)
Suzanne Breen

Prison memories to be preserved: UTV Internet

When Brits get bashed in films, they usually deserve it: Daily Ireland (Jun 1)
Concubhar Ó Liatháin

A tale of two tabloids . . . movie win underlines Daily Mail identity crisis: Irish Independent (May 30)

Anyone but England for most Irish football fans: Ireland_On-Line (Jun 2)

Love them or loathe them: Sunday Independent (Jun 4)

'Banks stopped me joining the IRA' – Mullan: UTV Internet (Jun 1)

Sunday, June 4

Empey's loyalist move 'will work': BBC

Unionist turmoil over UVF shooting: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Empey trying to weather PUP storm: BBC
Mark Devenport

Two men are held after murder bid: Belfast Telegraph

Man charged over loyalist attack: BBC

Adams anger over assembly U-turn: BBC (Jun 2)

Security experts discredit claim that McGuinness was M16 spy: The Sunday Times

IRA searches for proof that agent J118 existed: The Observer
Henry McDonald

McGuinness in new spy claims: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

I spy with my little IRA – the truth about the 'dirty' war: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

The written word ...?: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Peace lines are where danger lurks: The Observer
Henry McDonald

'I feel good' after confronting Adams: Limerick Leader
Barry Duggan

McCabe helped to fix his killer's car: The Sunday Times
Nicola Tallant

Jerry McCabe, the cop who dared show love and beauty: Sunday Independent
Brendan O'Connor

Prison sentences for six UVF members: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh Wallace

Map agency rapped over 'missing' north: Belfast Telegraph
John Collins

Breakthrough in Dublin Monaghan bomb inquiry: The Sunday Times
Enda Leahy

The wind that shakes the sneaking regarders: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

No cheers for England?: The Sunday Times
Frank Fitzgibbon

Saturday, June 3

Paisley forces Hain U-turn on Assembly: The News Letter

Men held over loyalist gun attack: BBC

DUP and SDLP guilty of 'sickening opportunism': The News Letter

Six bullets ... and Empey feels heat: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

I think, at my age, it's about time I gave up on politics: (from the Irish News)
Denis Bradley

Britain must come clean on Haddock: Daily Ireland

Hain must not ignore the will of the people: The News Letter

Sinn Fein are accused of stirring up tensions: The News Letter

No compromise in an ecclesiastical apartheid: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

I spy ... Martin McGuinness: Belfast Telegraph
Jim Cusack

IRA has good historical reasons to be obsessed with spies in the camp: Irish Examiner
Ryle Dwyer

Trial date set for Omagh accused: BBC

Home of accused dissident targeted: (from the Irish News)
Sharon O'Neill

Bigotry to be debated: Daily Ireland (May 30)
Mick Hall

Loyalist 'Mr Big' the brains behind botched bank bid: Sunday Life (May 28)
Ciaran McGuigan

Mother of IRA victim furious at book claims: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Councillor 'shocked' at collusion: (from the Irish News, May 16)

Ludlow murder report to be finished in four weeks: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Keep your nose out: The News Letter

New effort to locate murdered INLA man: Daily Ireland (May 25)
Connla Young

Shergar's triumph transcends the tragedy: The Guardian
Sean Magee

Blair to meet Pope and fuel rumours of Catholic conversion: The Independent
Colin Brown

Police officers face religion survey to test claims of bias: The Scotsman
Michael Howe

Friday, June 2

Hain 'U-turn' on assembly debates: BBC

Haddock 'set up' by his former UVF comrades: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

Orde defends PUP board presence: UTV Internet

Empey urged to end alliance with PUP by UVF victim's father: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

Sir Reg – my leadership is unharmed: The News Letter


I got Scap, now I'm after you: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Was MI6 behind the Brighton bomb?: The Times
Kevin Toolis

I spy with my little eye... stories not quite right: Daily Ireland
Jude Collins

Garda still in dark on who killed spy: Irish Independent

Finucane brother denies claims: Daily Ireland
Connla Young

Former Commission official backed Burrows: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Conflict of interest 'no bar' on parades posts: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

IRA unit was disbanded in favour of political progress by Sinn Fein: Impartial Reporter

Formidable but fair, Bell may raise some hackles: Belfast Telegraph (May 31)
Laurence White

SDLP Steps Up U.S. Fundraising: Irish Voice/
Sean O'Driscoll

Sorry Gerry. You're just not the right sort for Che's V&A party: The Guardian
Duncan Campbell

A beret sore point for Gerry ...: Belfast Telegraph (May 31)
Lindy McDowell

SDLP Councillor elected as Mayor of Belfast: RTE

SF mayor gets green for Canada: Irish Independent

Ahern to raise issue of passports for NI team: RTE

Kesh plans welcomed:
Francesca Ryan

A fitting memorial for an island at peace: (from the Irish News)
Jim Gibney

Unionists won't lose much in this historical labyrinth: (from the Irish News)
Newton Emerson

Thursday, June 1

UVF members shot Haddock: UTV Internet

Police Board to discuss shooting: BBC

UVF guns come out: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

Haddock shooting 'highlights need for collusion inquiry': Irish Independent

Empey defends link with UVF: The News Letter

Rumours surround probe of collusion: (from the Irish News)
Catherine Morrison

Shooting politics in Stormont: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

No belief in DUP terms: Daily Ireland
Mary Lou McDonald

Timing is still a key devolution factor: Belfast Telegraph

DUP signal a way out of the impasse: Daily Ireland

Don't blame the DUP: The News Letter

In the dock?: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Loyalist killer taken to England within hours: Daily Ireland
Connla Young

Renewed calls for release of loyalist killers provokes anger: (from the Irish News)
Sharon O'Neill

Loyal to What: The Blanket (May 17)
Fred A. Wilcox

No restrictions on Ballymena parade: UTV Internet

Parties clash over weekend parade: The News Letter

'Bizarre' reason for parades body bid to recruit Orangemen: Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Féin 'out of mayoral race': Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

Officers may lose out on troubles payment: Belfast Telegraph

Alliance refuse to back UUP mayor: BBC

Mothballed Stormont's £50,000 bill for flowers: Belfast Telegraph

I'm next: Sunday Life (May 28)
Stephen Breen

Memorial plan for bombing victims: Irish Post

Maze stadium – arena of conflict: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Opposition to stadium at Maze still very strong: The News Letter

Brown won't score with 'British' flag-flying: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney


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