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Friday, June 15

O'Toole denies interest in PSNI role:

Is Ian Paisley really a unionist?: BBC
Newton Emerson

Big job awaits end of party: Ulster Herald

Sinn Féin strategist slams leadership's performance: (from the Irish News)
William Graham

Rosslea illegal parade under investigation: Impartial Reporter

Cops investigated 152 incidents related to feud:
Ciarán Barnes

PSNI forced into rethink on stun guns:

We need to remember why Saville was set up: (from the Irish News)
Jim Gibney

A time to move on, not forget: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Kenneway family hit out after cell death:
Evan Short

Minister 'moved' Wright to the Maze: The News Letter

Concern at 'similarity' in deaths of witnesses: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

Council's 'Irish' phones stay silent: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Bereft of intellectual argument:
Máirtín Ó Muilleoir

First minister urged to prioritse cross border council: Ulster Herald
Mark McKelvey

Queen's special honour for Eames: The News Letter

Rangers Uefa Cup match protester banned: The Herald
Damien Henderson

The Big Question – Is Scotland becoming separated from the rest of the United Kingdom?: The Independent
Nigel Morris

Thursday, June 14

SF must learn from election result says Gerry Adams: UTV Internet

Republic's election – fallout in the North: Derry Journal
Gerry Murray

The DUP's double standards are nauseating: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

Nelson McCausland slams 'absentee' Adams: UTV Internet

SDLP shows support for Patten's remarks: Derry Journal

Commission backs end to confusing electoral system: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Bid to block nationalist deputy: BBC

Councils won't be tied by Boundary Commission: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Call for republican unity: Derry Journal

Real IRA admits McGurk murder: (from the Irish News)
Marie Louise McCrory

Kenneway family seeks second PM:

Kenneway did not take own life says family: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

Maze jail towers 'often unmanned': The News Letter

Four NI inquiries cost UK £213m so far: RTE

'No Union flag at new Ikea store': BBC

Ikea dismisses Union flag claims: The News Letter

Belfast studied for clues to uniting fractured cities: The Guardian
Matthew Weaver

Reporting from New York – Jnr and St Patrick hand in hand?: Belfast Telegraph
Walter Ellis

Cllr Burke behind SF threat, Gilmartin claims: RTE

Tony's a-tone-ment?: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Orange Order's leader revisits anti-Catholic foundations: The Scotsman
Scott McCulloch

Wednesday, June 13

First Minister has all the answers: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Bitter clash between UUP & DUP: UTV Internet

Paisley and UUP clash over deputy: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

MLAs 'could face the axe': The News Letter

'Majority satisfied' with NI vote conduct:
Patrick Logue

Human rights plea in bid to overturn decision on parade: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh Wallace

A progressive society needs dissenting voices: (from the Irish News)
Breidge Gadd

Crisis feared over Ombudsman exits:

Bradley-Eames team to address issues of 'past': Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

The need for inquiries is all part of peace process: (from the Irish News)
Brendan McDaid

Shining a light in the darkest places: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Ervine gun but not forgotten: Sunday Life (Jun 10) (May 6)
Lynda Gilby

Belfast newspaper buys US paper: UTV Internet

Stormont colder house for unionists: BBC

Hain – 'Iraq must learn from NI': UTV Internet

Tuesday, June 12

NI police changes 'global model': BBC

Patten still has flaws in his approach: The News Letter

Paisley – victims back Sinn Fein deal: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Paisley – The ordinary man in street has come out and backed me: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Their day hasn't come after all: The News Letter
Alex Kane

New alliances forged for the future: Belfast Telegraph

Hain must make victims of terrorism his priority: The News Letter

DUP renews call to SF on bombing suspect: The News Letter

North passes 'communist' budget:

DUP fury over inmate moves: The News Letter (Jun 8)

Paisley ducks homophobia question:

Revisiting the past will help move us all forward: (from the Irish News)
Roy Garland

Revitalising Belfast: (from the Sunday Times, Jun 10)
Liam Clarke

How was Billy Wright killed?: BBC

Did Wright killer tell inquiry of events?: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

No shrine to 1981 hunger strikers vows minister: UTV Internet

Fans urge Poots on stadium plan: The News Letter

Identity crisis...: Sunday Life (Jun 10)
Alan McBride

Bomb-hit McCorley monument re-erected: (from the Irish News)
Claire Simpson

Irish peacemakers here – Urge Sri Lankans to reject violence: Daily Mirror (Colombo)
Easwaran Rutnam

Galloway beaten in sectarian attack: Daily Telegraph
Auslan Cramb

Monday, June 11

Overseer to Ombudsman?: Sunday Life (Jun 10)
Alan Murray

FG rejects Sinn Fein hint over coalition: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

Don't Write Off Sinn Fein: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Dissenting voices get little support from weary public: (from the Irish News, Jun 9)
James Kelly

A spectre from the past back to haunt peace: Sunday Life (Jun 10)

Kennaway 'choked himself to death': Sunday Life (Jun 10)

Over there comes over here: Irish Democrat (Jun 4)
David Granville

Review of historical inquiries ordered: (from the Sunday Times, Jun 10)
Liam Clarke

Evil was hanging out of him,"...I spat in his face.. He never even blinked. It was not satisfying, it was humiliating, I lost my cool.": Sunday Life (Jun 10)
John Breslin

Sinn Féin's double standard when dealing with the past: (from the Sunday Times, Jun 10)
Liam Clarke

Education, education, education is the key issue: (from the Irish News, Apr 10)
Aeneas Bonner

How secularists, not immigrants, target Church-run schools: Irish Independent (Jun 1)
David Quinn

Sunday, June 10

Paisley – the price I paid to cut deal: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

There are no fisticuffs between McGuinness and myself – Paisley: (from the Irish News)

So who's winning?:
Jude Collins

Inquest told loyalist shooting was 'personal': Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Police were told of threat to loyalist: (from the Irish News)

Three injured in sectarian attack: BBC

Southern Reality Check for Shinners: Irish Voice/
John Spain

Lessons to be learned from Council row:
Des Wilson

Billy Wright Maze killer commits suicide in prison: Sunday Independent
Alan Murray

Wright killer cell death examined: BBC

Inquiries, lawyers and bank balances: Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Fein driver u-turn demanded: BBC (Jun 8)

Irish speakers in language march: BBC

Equality fault-line opens: Irish Democrat (Jun 4)
David Granville

Peace package 'offers just £20m' in extra cash: (from the Irish News, Jun 5)
John Manley

What is on Gerry Adams' iPod?: BBC (Jun 1)
Johnny Caldwell

Nothing Dulles about Ulster's invasion of Washington: Belfast Telegraph
Dean Pittman

Rediscover Northern Ireland in Washington, D.C.: Irish America/

Terrorism – The Irish question for the Caribbean: Jamaica Gleaner
Ross Sheil

Salmond and Paisley's unlikely double act will tax Brown: Scotland on Sunday
Eddie Barnes

Saturday, June 9

Assembly's mood makes Hain happy: Belfast Telegraph
Sam Lister

SF plans a 'complete insult to victims' – Campbell: Derry Journal

Stormont is going to be a work-in and not a love-in: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Public Policing Board meeting 'positive' – O'hÉara: Derry Journal

PSNI recruits could 'dry up': The News Letter

'A Good Future':
Edward Pentin

EU commissioner to meet NI minister:

If you ask me....: BBC
Fionola Meredith

The first word: Irish America/
Niall O'Dowd

SDLP faced split over backing of SF Mayor:
Ciarán Barnes

Shankill pastor will take church to the Falls Road: The News Letter

Key to peace in grass roots: Belfast Telegraph
Kieran McEvoy

Envoy's challenge:

No one wants divided city: Derry Journal

Tour of the North fears grow:
Áine McEntee

Orange parade can pass interface: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

Ashdown appeals for parade views: UTV Internet

Brethren at major London parade: The News Letter

Hayes right but for the wrong reasons: Derry Journal
Eddie Kerr

INLA member found dead in Maghaberry Prison: RTE

Ciaran's killers must be caught: (from the Irish News)

'Saddened' by NI comments about Irish: RTE

No bail for duo on IRA and guns charges: Irish Independent
Aodhan O Faolain

College faces revolt over flying of flags:
Ciarán Barnes

All you need is art: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Friday, June 8

Terrorists' records must stay, says MP: The News Letter

Unionists hold open possibility of talks on ex-prisoners issue: Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Féin launch outreach strategy: Derry Journal

McCrea tackles PM over Sinn Fein's 'unacceptable' presence: Belfast Telegraph
Sam Lister

Now it's time for the assembly to transform lives: (from the Irish News)
Jim Gibney

Sir Hugh spars with SF over armed 'Robocops': The News Letter

Policing board clash after SF man attends loyalist march: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

AOH Says No to Orangemen in D.C.: Irish Voice/
Cahir O'Doherty

Poignant journey for widow of PUP leader: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Loyalists 'co-operated in murder': BBC

Wright gunman has bail refused: (from the Irish News)

McCartney sisters wait in vain: The News Letter

McCartneys angry after Orde refuses to comment: (from the Irish News)

Warning for SDLP leader over inquiry: The News Letter

Just making lawyers rich?: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Nazis told – go back to where you came from: Sunday Life (Jun 3)
Sinead Johnson

Storm warning: Belfast Telegraph

Peace always possible: Irish Echo

Thursday, June 7

MP to challenge Blair over IRA Army Council: The News Letter

Sinn Fein quiz PSNI chiefs: UTV Internet

'Remove SF member from Policing Board': The News Letter

Concern over political links of independents Board members: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Unarmed police not option, says Orde: Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham

At last, Ulster voters can have a say on their rulers: The Times
Dean Godson

Hey, we don't have to buy this: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Family of innocent loyalist feud victim reject UVF chief's offer to meet: Sunday Life (Jun 3)
Stephen Breen

Ruane in historic Presbyterian meeting: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Presbyterians angry at 'betrayal' of SF invite: (from the Irish News)
Bimpe Fatogun

Mayor refuses photo with Sinn Fein deputy: Derry Journal

MLA told he cannot put question in Irish: The News Letter

Durkan rejects criticism of Saville Inquiry: (from the Irish News)
Seamus McKinney

Rathcoole rebels batter dissenter: Sunday Life (Jun 3)
Stephen Breen

McAliskey extradition delayed: UTV Internet

'Sectarian gangs meet for city fights': The News Letter

Why Gordon won't 'splash the cash' in Ulster: Belfast Telegraph
Sam Lister

SF spin back from disappointment: Irish Independent
Michael Brennan

Commission is slammed by Ewart: The News Letter

No percentage in SF voting against Bertie: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

All-island energy area expected to cut costs in five years: Belfast Telegraph
Robin Morton

Wednesday, June 6

Ulster Unionists seek to overhaul party: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

SF in first public board meeting: BBC

Stormont for beginners: BBC
Mark Devenport

Ins and outs of the hardline, according to Ian Paisley jnr: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

Minister denies UDA witch-hunt claim: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

UDA gangsters shouldn't have it all their own way: (from the Irish News)
Susan McKay

It's right to insist UDA give up guns: Belfast Telegraph

Portadown edging towards change: BBC
Chris Summers

Suffolk march passes off peacefully:

Sinn Féin fury as SDLP backs UUP lord mayor: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey and Seamus McKinney

Mayor decision made by coin flip: BBC

Outrage at Bloody Sunday 'insult': Belfast Telegraph
Sarah Brett

Support for Bloody Sunday view: BBC

Wright inquiry holds probe on lost PSNI files: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

The burning issue – lost files or a smoking gun?: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Intolerance will not be tolerated says Paisley: (from the Irish News)
William Graham

Bravo – Stormont stability paying off: Belfast Telegraph

Protestant alienation top of agenda – new Mayor: Belfast Telegraph
William Allen

Major push for Irish language law: BBC

Tyrone republican banned from selling property as investigation continues: UTV Internet

Salmond to meet Paisley in move to revive 'Council of the Nations' groups: The Scotsman
Hamish MacDonell

Adams' appeal after Eta declares end to ceasefire: UTV Internet

Tuesday, June 5

Stability 'will help NI economy': BBC

Outgoing moderator praises 'amazing transformation': The News Letter

David Trimble – I think that Ian Paisley has some explaining to do: Belfast Telegraph

UPRG warns Social Development Minister over funding: UTV Internet

Minister's approach is the right one: The News Letter

Exiled loyalist's return leads to new feud fears: Belfast Telegraph
Stephen Breen

Robbery takes centre stage in policing and justice powers debate: UTV Internet

'Public confidence is paramount': The News Letter

Retired Mountie helped bring peace to mean streets of Belfast: Toronto Star (Jun 4)
Deborah Dundas

The disappearing documents that fuel conspiracy theories: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

DUP councillors in 'pact' with SDLP: The News Letter

UUP man pips Sinn Fein to become Belfast Mayor: Belfast Telegraph
Lisa Smyth

The old 'camaraderie': The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Police criticised for march decision: (from the Irish News)
Maeve Connolly

3 held over murder of Derry doorman:

Bomb found in Belfast housing estate: UTV Internet

SF to investigate what went wrong in Irish elections: Belfast Telegraph
Stephen Breen

Saville will not get to 'truth': BBC

Hot on trail of two local cold cases: Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
Gary Craig

Sectarian image of town no longer fits, says cleric: Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham

Paisley sticks to his guns: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Stormont demand to censure Junior: UTV Internet

Criticism should extend to 'God's anointed': (from the Irish News)
Roy Garland

Paisleys facing reality check on gays: Belfast Telegraph

Going native is once more the language plan: Irish Independent
Paul Melia

Lost in translation... £150,000 spent on Irish language press releases: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Monday, June 4

Split fears as UVF expels 60 in Mid-Ulster: Sunday Life (Jun 3)
Stephen Breen

Ritchie warns UDA to disarm: UTV Internet

Raymond McCord – I will name Haddock's handlers: Sunday Life (Jun 3)
Stephen Breen

Elderly vote causes executive stress: BBC
Jim Fitzpatrick

Lack of Oranges leaves Sinn Féin sucking on a lemon: The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

Residents demand higher wall to separate nationalist homes – from other nationalists: (Jun 1)
Evan Short

Son, you know nothing: Sunday Life (Jun 3)
Lynda Gilby

So what is DUP stance on gay rights?: Belfast Telegraph (Jun 1)

Political tourists and a time-warp at Hillsborough: (Jun 1)
Concubhar Ó Liathain

Time may be called on symbolic bar: BBC
Fiona Murray

Parades Body to meet with residents: (Jun 1)
Seán Mag Uidhir

Why Lord Paddy is happy to join the Fourth Estate: The Independent
Kim Sengupta

Bi-Nationalism: The Blanket (Apr 24)
Antaine Uas O'Labhradha

Sunday, June 3

Minister urges Sinn Féin to embrace royals: (from the Irish News)
William Graham

DUP split in Ballymena may leave door open for power-sharing: (from the Sunday Times)
Liam Clarke

Money matters cast cloud of depression over assembly: (from the Irish News)
James Kelly

The extraordinary career of Ian Paisley: (from the Sunday Tribune)
Suzanne Breen

Paisley Jr has learned that antagonism can help take you to the top: (from the Sunday Times)

Ulster says no, only this time it's to basic human rights for gay people: Sunday Independent
Donal Lynch

Junior Paisley, a closet Catholic?: Sunday Independent
Emer O'Kelly

Warning to UDA – give up your arms or the money runs out: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Would Enda put the Shinners in Cabinet?: Sunday Independent
John Dillon

Shinners told to stay up North and get on with it: Sunday Independent
John A Murphy

Where it all went wrong for Sinn Fein: Sunday Business Post
Colm Heatley

Sorry, Gerry, but you simply don't understand us at all: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Germans will take peace process into account in McAliskey case: (from the Sunday Times)
Liam Clarke and John Mooney

Police tried to recruit me as an informer says suicide girl's dad: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

Taliban using IRA bomb techniques in terror war: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Saturday, June 2

DUP hits back over 'ministerial control': The News Letter

The high cost of living with Ulster's MLAs: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

SF is 'part of the establishment': The News Letter

Police accused of doing IRA deal: (from the Irish News)
Bimpe Fatogun

Another first for Ulster... Sinn Fein on the policing board: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Rule of law must not be compromised: The News Letter

First Policing Board meeting a 'significant step' – Anderson: Derry Journal

O'Loan had doubts after attacks on children: Irish Examiner
Brian Hutton

'Blunder' at launch of SF's unionist charter: The News Letter

Paramilitary banners are banned from loyalist march:
Ciarán Barnes

'UDA blackmailer' loses £107,000 in assets to Agency:
Áine McEntee

'State killing of Wright at odds with peace bid': The News Letter

UVF victim's family believe collusion is at the heart of murder:
Aine McEntee and Ciaran Barnes

Northern Ireland hailed as peace model: Ottawa Citizen
Mike Blanchfield

Paisley stands over homosexuality comments: UTV Internet

McGuinness hits out at remarks: The News Letter

Friday, June 1

Policing board with SF marks new era: Irish Independent
Alan Erwin

Oversight chief highlights lack of Catholics in top PSNI ranks: (from the Irish News)
Allison Morris

SF's role on board under scrutiny: The News Letter

Canada takes bow on Irish peace deal: Toronto Star (May 30)
Mitch Potter

Brakes applied to SF bandwagon: The News Letter

Sinn Féin's strategy in tatters: (from the Irish Times, May 31)
Ed Moloney

SF must learn quickly from election results: (from the Irish News)
Jim Gibney

Labour may be ready to field candidates in Ulster elections: The Times
David Sharrock

Orangemen meet with parades chief: The News Letter

DUP man threatens to sue equality body: (from the Irish News)
Bimpe Fatogun

Fury over missing Wright documents: The News Letter

Paisley call to stop brain-drain: RTE

'Get to grips with brain drain' urges MLA: The News Letter

UUP criticises Paisley's anti-gay remarks:

Celtic nationalists should invest in their heritage instead of flogging it off: The Guardian
Simon Jenkins


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