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Monday, June 14

Ministers to get Bloody Sunday report on Monday: BBC

Families of victims to see Saville report first: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty & Tim O'Brien

Families seek peace from Bloody Sunday report: Toronto Globe and Mail
Doug Saunders

Paterson calls for end to Bloody Sunday 'speculation': BBC

Bloody Sunday probe a disaster, says Ken Clarke as he slams inquiry's ludicrous cost: Daily Mail
Steve Doughty

Publication of Bloody Sunday report stokes fears of bomb attack: The Times
Martin Fletcher

Caution urged over the reaction to the Saville report: BBC

Bloody Sunday Case study – 'What we all want is justice': The Times
David Sharrock

Survivors hoping for release from legacy of trauma and cover-ups: The Irish Times
Dick Grogan

Bloody Sunday – Amnesia among troops, inflammatory claims by officers: Guardian.co.uk
Richard Norton-Taylor

Will Saville blame and name in his Bloody Sunday report?: Irish Independent
Maurice Hayes

That Bloody Sunday report (Jun 8): Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

The good soldier (Jun 13): Sunday Business Post
Tom McGurk

Beware another British Bloody Sunday cover-up: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

The Bloody Sunday inquiry – was it worth it?: Daily Telegraph
Paul Bew

'I was shot... and then stabbed in the back': Belfast Telegraph

Security threat in Foyle 'severe': BBC

Roadside paramilitary flag displays 'halved': The News Letter

PSNI charge son of Sinn Féin activist for paramilitary display (Jun 13): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Fire Service 'sorry' over memorial removal: UTV Internet

Hearings into murder of RUC men due to start: Belfast Telegraph

Libya deal for IRA victims 'speculation': UTV Internet

'Deep concern' over Blair's Libya links: The News Letter

Lagging behind Europe (Jun 4): Belfast Media
Editorial

HP boss questions time spent on Irish (Jun 13): Sunday Business Post
Gavin Daly

Popularity shifts not quite the political earthquake they seem (Jun 12): The Irish Times
Noel Whelan

PM announces raid c'tee framework: Jerusalem Post
Herb Keinon

Trimble on Israeli raid inquiry: BBC

Why, when it comes to Israel, Ireland has no place to talk (Jun 8): Belfast Telegraph
Mary Kenny

Sunday, June 13

Put McGuinness in dock too, say British officers: The Observer
Mark Townsend and Henry McDonald

'McGuinness should face Bloody Sunday scrutiny': The News Letter
Tom Elliott

Bloody Sunday families could sue the MoD: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Bloody Sunday soldiers face private prosecution: Independent on Sunday
Jonathan Owen and David McKittrick

New mayor 'cannot speak for all' on Bloody Sunday (Jun 8): BBC

David Cameron urged to tell public not to judge Army over Bloody Sunday killings: Sunday Telegraph
Sean Rayment

Prosecuting ex-soldiers over Bloody Sunday will hurt morale in Afghanistan, warns Tory MP: The Observer
Henry McDonald and Mark Townsend

Return to Bloody Sunday: The Sunday Times
Peter Pringle and Philip Jacobson

Derry will still be hurting regardless of Saville findings (Jun 9): The Irish Times
Fionnuala O'Connor

Saville Inquiry – The only winners were the IRA: Sunday Telegraph
Jenny McCartney

Expensive, but justice must be done: Independent on Sunday
Michael Mansfield

DUP-SF talks forced me out – Sir Reg: The News Letter

Loyalist anger at timing of parade decision: The News Letter

Tourists struck by lingering bitterness in Northern Ireland (Jun 12): Edmonton Journal
Darcy Henton

IRA linked to €200m fake cash operation: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Gadaffi to pay £2bn to victims of IRA bombs: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

What if we could be British or Irish?: The News Letter
Garvin Crawford

Pipe bomb explodes in North Belfast: UTV Internet

Bomb found in Sion Mills defused: BBC

Man arrested in Keady bomb probe: RTE

Jean McConville's son admits burglary charges (Jun 8): BBC

Forged utility bills used in 'grannying' – claim (Jun 11): Derry Journal

Football fans cheer on 'anyone but England': The News Letter

After 800 years, give the lion-shirted lads a break: Sunday Independent
John Chambers

World Cup hit by shocking revelation – are Scots finally supporting England?: Sunday Herald
Edd McCracken

World's greatest Irishman is finally honored (Jun 9): Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

Even atheists should welcome Benedict's visit: The Observer
Kevin McKenna

Saturday, June 12

McGuinness attacks leaks ahead of Saville report on Bloody Sunday: The Herald
Michael Settle

Bloody Sunday findings 'will reopen old wounds': The Times
Tom Baldwin, Martin Fletcher, Deborah Haynes

'He was the baby of the family and the Paras murdered him': Derry Journal
Julieann Campbell

'I went to every day of evidence at the Bloody Sunday inquiry': BBC
Judy Fladmark

Bloody Sunday inquiry chairman Lord Saville works in £60,000 garden shed: Daily Telegraph
Jon Swaine

Join 'march for truth': Derry Journal

Cameron's big moment: UTV Internet
Ken Reid

This is the day we've all been waiting for: Derry Journal
Tony Doherty

What a monstrous injustice... an inquiry that takes 12 years: Daily Mail
Peter Oborne

A 38-year wait for the truth: The Irish Times
Eamonn McCann

Bloody Sunday report – we will soon have to decide what happens next: Guardian.co.uk
Michael White

Douglas Murray – What about bloody Omagh, Brighton, Enniskillen and the evil of the IRA?: Daily Mail
Steve Doughty

Bloody Sunday inquiry – Price of the process: The Guardian
Editorial

Rodney Connor election challenge set for September: BBC

Tories threaten to go it alone in assembly poll: The News Letter

Paul Givan to replace Donaldson: UTV Internet

Foster unveils her Council successor: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Row as nationalist Corr is elected to Deputy Mayor post: Portadown Times

PUP leader says work remains to be done among loyalists: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Loyalism is at a crossroads, but its prospects look bleak: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Republicans will mourn most at PUP's demise: The News Letter
Henry Patterson

Let us grieve in peace, Moffett family tells UVF: The News Letter

INLA blamed for Belfast murder bid: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Limerick gardai deny INLA have become active to thwart Dundon move to county: Limerick Leader
Gerard Fitzgibbon

RAAD 'fired 80 shots' in Creggan show of strength: Derry Journal

Army makes safe bomb found in Downpatrick: BBC

When going through the motions stifles real debate: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Top US politicians in Derry visit: Derry Journal

A political world dazed by the scale of Labour's advance: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Row erupts over firm's policy on World Cup: The News Letter

What's behind Anyone But England?: BBC
Jon Kelly

Land of Soaps and Glory: Irish Independent

IRA bomb survivor is Big Brother favourite: The News Letter

Friday, June 11

Tories divided over UUP link-up: BBC

The old baggage that came with the New Force must go: Belfast Telegraph
Owen Polley

Welcome demise of TUV: Belfast Media
Jimmy Spratt

Is a single Unionist party simply a pipe dream?: Impartial Reporter
Denzil McDaniel

SF MPs 'should be admonished' – Paisley: UTV Internet

Security threat in Foyle 'severe': BBC

Assaults on police up: Belfast Telegraph

Family want UVF parade cancelled: UTV Internet

Alert which closed railway line in Lurgan was hoax: BBC

Maghaberry prisoners to challenge jail conditions: UTV Internet

Bloody Sunday killings to be ruled unlawful: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald and Richard Norton-Taylor

Bloody Sunday £200m inquiry finds soldiers 'guilty of unlawful killing': Daily Mail
Steve Doughty

Guardian Bloody Sunday inquiry story 'speculation': BBC

Families of Bloody Sunday – 38 years on, desire for justice still burns: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Bloody Sunday – £191m and 434 days – will Saville draw a line under past?: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Bloody Sunday costs: Londonderry Sentinel

Bloody Sunday – ex-paratrooper in hiding over Saville inquiry evidence: The Guardian
Ian Cobain and Richard Norton-Taylor

A remarkable and exhausting journey: UTV Internet
Mark McFadden

Lord Saville profile – Meticulous search for the facts of Bloody Sunday: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

Dark past, bright future – The legacy of Bloody Sunday: The Independent
David McKittrick

Council facilities to close for Saville publication: Londonderry Sentinel

Decision time (Jun 9): UTV Internet
Ken Reid

Hard times a test of the Executive: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Kerry in royal rumpus: The Kingdom
Brendan McCarthy

Labour and Gilmore enjoy significant gains in popularity: The Irish Times
Damian Loscher

What we're witnessing is the death of our Civil War politics: Irish Independent
Michael Brennan

The Labour earthquake: The Irish Times
Editorial

How Minister's museum plea created unholy row (Jun 9): Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Call for creationism exhibit at Giant's Causeway: BBC

World Cup sure to stir our tribalism (Jun 9): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Thursday, June 10

PUP to retain UVF link: The News Letter

Kyle to continue as PUP leader: BBC

'Dr Who' responds to PUP's emergency call (Jun 9): Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Cleric 'incredibly angry' over Shankill murder: The News Letter

Voices of reason drowned out by the sound of gunfire: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

Talks held over Tour of the North parade: The News Letter

Criticism over Paisleys' Dublin visit: UTV Internet

Ian reached the top with his enemies: Belfast Media
Des Wilson

DUP MP Jim Shannon's Ulster-Scots maiden speech: BBC

Creationism? It's time Nelson saw the light: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Second Iris probe to begin: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Tories eye assembly seat in North Down: BBC

DUP backs Kirkham on council: The News Letter

Undercover MI5 spies 'paid performance bonus': Belfast Telegraph

Police defend record on interface hate crime: BBC

Man (23) injured in Belfast shooting: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Homes evacuated during bomb alert: UTV Internet

'Sectarian' Rasharkin attack disgusts man: Ballymoney Times

Bloody Sunday report online next week: Derry Journal

Paterson announces Bloody Sunday report advance sight arrangements: Londonderry Sentinel

Irish-British relations have never been better: Irish Post
Editorial

Adams extradition objections 'ready': The Irish Times

Hopes rise over deal to fund councils shake-up (Jun 8): Belfast Telegraph

D-Day looms for councils reform: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

IFI's funding in Rep. David Obey's hands: Irish Echo
Susan Garraty

Support urged for mutual society: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Clergy divided on PMS bonus plan: The News Letter

Parade moved amid Loyalist ambush fears (Jun 9): The Herald
Gerry Braiden

SNP 'scaremongering over Orange parade': The News Letter

Pope's Scots visit condemned as 'offensive': The Scotsman
John Ross

David Cameron urges Scots MPs to support England as he flies St George's flag: The Scotsman
David Maddo

Supporting England? Not a chance!: The News Letter
N R Greer

Wednesday, June 9

Decisive day as loyalist politics hits a defining crossroads: Belfast Telegraph

Crisis talks are held over future of PUP: The News Letter

John Kyle tells of doubts on PUP's survival: Belfast Telegraph

UVF death threat to McCord: Belfast Media
Scott Jamison

Ford must restore balance: The News Letter
Editorial

Main parties turned election into a sectarian dog fight: Belfast Media
Fred Cobain

Sectarian divide is 'a public disgrace': The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Armed rioters scale 'Peace Wall' to clash at Interface: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Voice of reason on the Shankill when tension was running high: Belfast Telegraph
Laurence White

Kelly's 'name politicians' challenge to PSNI man: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Divisions in CIRA after meeting of dissenters: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

RAAD order ten men out: Derry Journal

Vigilantes not answer to city drugs problem says Durkan: BBC

Paramilitary-style shooting in Belfast: IrishTimes.com

273 years on, still no Irish in courts: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

McGreanery was an innocent man – O'Connell: Derry Journal

Saville Report – New boy faces an old problem: Belfast Media

'Sunday' leaks dismisssed: Derry Journal

There's already a shrine at Long Kesh: Belfast Media

Troubles documentary to show victims' stories: Belfast Telegraph

'Government to consider PMS takeover': The News Letter

Church urged to join new body: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

New row over International Fund contributions: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

NI leaders ask for lower corporation tax: RTE

Make the rocky road to Dublin smooth: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

David Cameron appoints Catholic Tory grandee Lord Patten to ensure Pope's visit to Britain runs smoothly: Daily Mail
Steve Doughty

A voice of reason: Jerusalem Post
David Brinn

How MLAs' guff on Gaza flotilla sank without trace: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Tuesday, June 8

Pressure mounts over UVF arms: The News Letter

Dawn's resignation needs more explanation: The News Letter
Alex Kane

The paramilitaries finding new energy (Jun 6): (from the Sunday Times)
Liam Clarke

Ford promises co-operation with Ahern against crime: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

New kid on the block: UTV Internet
Ken Reid

UUP's rapid candidate selection process: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Why Good Book could be bad news for DUP: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

PSNI remarks spark anger as build-up to Drumcree continues: Portadown Times

Time for an SDLP Southern invasion (Jun 7): (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

McGuinness applauds Moffett funeral-goers: UTV Internet

Man held on Moffett murder released without charge: BBC

Moderator 'open' to UVF talks: UTV Internet

Divided society a disgrace says Presbyterian moderator: BBC

Moderator labels sectarianism 'the demon among us': Belfast Telegraph

I will not be intimidated: Derry Journal

RIRA victims honoured on memorial wall: The News Letter

Heartbroken mother condemns release of Poyntzpass pub killer: Portadown Times

Police have petrol bomber photos: BBC

Bloody Sunday inquiry verdict 'could threaten new political crisis': Daily Telegraph
John Bingham

MLA defends not attending debate: The News Letter

Pain of cuts will hit us harder, says Martin McGuinness: Belfast Telegraph

Fiscal deficit in North over 2.5 times higher than Greece: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Changes to Northern Ireland funding allocation rules 'won't be rushed': Belfast Telegraph

Protest over papal visit: The News Letter

What would you change if it was still the 1980s? Labour hopeful — I'd kill Thatcher: The Scotsman
David Maddox

Monday, June 7

NI Minister to outline reforms in justice: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

PUP chiefs meet to discuss future following Purvis resignation: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

UVF drags community backwards by actions: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

'Is that my Daddy?' (Jun 4): Derry Journal

A long walk to justice (Jun 6): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Tory MP still 'marked' by Ballykelly atrocity (Jun 2): Londonderry Sentinel
Eamon Sweeney

Foster resigning as councillor: The News Letter

Poots snubbed by own council: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Prioritising essential services (May 25): The News Letter
Editorial

Stormont needs to make savings now (May 25): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Police chief's pay tops PM (Jun 2): The News Letter

Republicans want Queen out of Kerry (Jun 3): The Kingdom

Post-Troubles Belfast pips Dublin in 'safety' survey (Jun 6): Sunday Tribune
Martin Frawley

McGuinness urges strong response to seizure of vessel: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Some ideological habits die hard (Jun 6): Sunday Independent
John-Paul McCarthy

Sunday, June 6

Shankill Road turns back on UVF: Belfast Telegraph
Anne Madden

Purvis 'could change politics': The News Letter
Sam McBride

Dawn fades on PUP election hopes: BBC
Jim Fitzpatrick

UVF members helped to orchestrate riot – report: Portadown Times

CIRA vows to step up terror spree: The Sunday Times
John Mooney

Retired UDR soldier recalls terrifying gun attack ordeal: Portadown Times

SF's Commons expenses account 'should be axed': The News Letter

Strabane Troubles trauma worker slams victims' commissioners: Londonderry Sentinel

New Drumcree row as residents raise issue of banned original route: Portadown Times

Chaplain urges action against Orange group: The News Letter
Sam McBride

It's all over now that the Irps have sold out (May 27): Belfast Media

Man held over 'justice night' bomb: The News Letter

Real IRA victim mural damaged: UTV Internet

Londonderry turns swords into ploughshares: Independent on Sunday
Simon Tait

38 years after Bloody Sunday, soldiers face growing fear of murder charges: Daily Mail
Jason Lewis

'I never had him to miss' (Jun 4): Derry Journal

Crumlin jail and Belfast peace walls destination for day of reflection (Jun 4): Londonderry Sentinel

£4m needed to clean up Maze site (Jun 3): Belfast Telegraph

EU confirm 'serious concerns' about VRT (Jun 4): Derry Journal

Come save us Ma'am (May 27): The Kingdom
Brendan McCarthy

Church says Papal visit unchanged despite claims over costs (Jun 5): The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Saturday, June 5

Mourners defy death threats to attend loyalist funeral: The Times
David Sharrock

Large crowds turn out for funeral of man shot by UVF: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

People power at Moffett funeral: BBC
Mark Simpson

Police link UVF to Moffett murder: BBC

Did UVF leaders sanction the brutal killing of Bobby Moffett?: Belfast Telegraph

A public execution on the Shankill Road, a blast from Ulster's past: The Independent
David McKittrick

A man is arrested on terrorism charges in Coookstown: BBC

Man charged over dissident 'show of strength': UTV Internet

Man released over Palace Barracks bombing: BBC

PSNI anti-dissident war chest is £37.4m: Londonderry Sentinel

Police offered to pay my mortgage' – claims joiner: Derry Journal

'Police may be sent to Ulster' fears: The Star

Police apology over response to armed raid: Derry Journal

Police attacked at scene of fatal crash: UTV Internet

New mural replaces old graffiti in Coleraine: BBC

The Guildford Four – in the name of justice: Daily Telegraph
Richard Holt

Bloody Sunday 'tragic event' – Paterson: Derry Journal

Children of Bloody Sunday: Derry Journal

HET report reveals army immunity (Jun 3): UTV Internet

McGreanery report raises Bloody Sunday questions: Durkan: Londonderry Sentinel

'Licence to kill': Derry Journal

The handshake that was 'never' to take place: Irish Independent
Fergus Black

West Belfast street flies England flag for World Cup: Belfast Telegraph

No respite for church from abuse scandals -- Martin: Irish Independent
John Cooney

Irish church is now badly in need of a wake-up call: The Irish Times
Breda O'Brien

Irish language schools outperform English schools in Ireland: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Cathy Hayes

Call for unity over Gaza violence: Belfast Telegraph

Warrior for peace – Mairead Corrigan Maguire: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

Friday, June 4

Police investigate role of UVF in Shankill Road murder: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Shankill woman gets UVF death threat: UTV Internet

Sister - 'Let Bobby be the last': The News Letter

Hundreds expected at Moffett funeral: UTV Internet

Purvis quits PUP over suspected UVF murder: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

PUP 'tried to persuade' Purvis to stay: The News Letter

UDA decommissioning uneven – IMC: Londonderry Sentinel

Why we like to pretend killers have gone away: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Gusty and the PUP: UTV Internet
Ken Reid

'RAAD has dissident links': Londonderry Sentinel
Eamon Sweeney

PSNI feared Derry gun trap: UTV Internet

Former soldier speaks out on dissident attacks: Londonderry Sentinel
Eamon Sweeney

Ballymena councillor replaces Paisley Jr: UTV Internet

Integrated projects facing swingeing cuts: Londonderry Sentinel

Sammy Wilson's candid warning on Northern Ireland cutbacks: Belfast Telegraph

Ready to sell Sandy Row to the masses (May 31): Belfast Media

Campbell calls for Bloody Sunday costs to be 'itemised': Londonderry Sentinel

Lord Saville's Bloody Sunday report is a failure of the judicial process: Guardian.co.uk
Joshua Rozenberg

Derry man shot by British army in 1971 'innocent victim': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Bresland pays tribute to 'B' Specials and UDR: Londonderry Sentinel

Paisleys to meet President at Áras: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Paisley visits tomb of the liberator: Irish Examiner
Conor Ryan

Arm in arm in Glasnevin Cemetery -- who would ever have thought it?: Irish Independent
Lise Hand

Number taking Leaving Cert Irish at record low level (Jun 3): The Irish Times
Seán Flynn

TUV man's Gaza boat comments spark outrage: Belfast Telegraph

Thursday, June 3

PUP leader Dawn Purvis quits after Bobby Moffett murder: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Police in Moffett murder seize gun and PSNI uniform: BBC

Shankill UVF intimidation texts sent: UTV Internet

Shankill murder victim must have 'funeral without fear': BBC

It's an inconvenient truth but the UVF do kill people: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

Police comments on leadership angers Sinn Féin and DUP: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Ballykeel Loyal Sons FB accuse Sinn Fein of 'pure sectarian hatred': Ballymena Times

Learn from Reg, Naomi – don't get pally with Nick: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

TUV confirms bid to derail Assembly: Belfast Telegraph

SDLP are in 'disarray' says Daithi McKay: Ballymena Times

Police officer attacks increasing: BBC

Rethink is needed on PSNI plans: The News Letter
Editorial

Judges reject bid to end court ban on Irish language: Belfast Telegraph

How will "Ulster-Scots" sound in the Commons? (Jun 1): Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

NI chief hopes Bloody Sunday report will bring closure: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Poots gets balance right on planning: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Instability risk pointing to no 'drastic' spend cuts in North: Irish Independent
Brendan Keenan

Investment must not be put on the long finger (May 27): Belfast Media
Editorial

Province's recovery will outpace South's growth: Belfast Telegraph
Symon Ross

Liu for New York-New Belfast conference: Irish Echo

Time to embrace integration ideal (May 28): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Court 'has no power to revoke Basque's bail': The News Letter

It's odd, yet it's true – universally, the English are just about everyone's official non-friend (Jun 2): Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

Despite media hype, I'll still support home nation: The News Letter
Gary McAllister

Moyles tells Scots – Shut up for the Cup: The Sun
Kenny McAlpine

Gerry Adams, man of peace, comes out for the Gaza flotilla: Telegraph.co.uk
Douglas Murray

Wednesday, June 2

Shankill gripped by 'tension and fear': The News Letter

Shankill man faces terror charges: UTV Internet

UVF 'must face serious questions over Bobby Moffett murder': Belfast Telegraph

Man faces terrorist items charges in Belfast court: BBC

'Luck' saved police officers in mortar attack – PSNI: Derry Journal

Man wounded in leg in city attack: BBC

Republican group claims bomb attack: Derry Journal

Homes evacuated during bomb alert: UTV Internet

PSNI urge politicians to calm marching season tension: BBC
Vincent Kearney

SF and DUP are perfect partners compared to the Tory-Liberal pact: Belfast Telegraph
Laurence White

SDLP's Pat Convery replaces Naomi Long as Belfast mayor: BBC

Belfast's new mayor vows to 'restore pride' in city: Belfast Telegraph

Watching the barriers come down across this city I love: Belfast Telegraph
Naomi Long

Mural unites both sides of the sectarian divide: The News Letter

Extending partnership to South Belfast: Belfast Media
Alex Maskey

Poots accused of bid to wreck councils revamp £118m: Belfast Telegraph

SDLP MLA stripped of Stormont roles: UTV Internet

Prison probe welcome: Newry Democrat
Joanne Ross

Prison protest at Free Derry Corner: Derry Journal

Prison lessons have not been learnt: Belfast Media
Des Wilson

Omagh words 'hollow' – Gallagher: BBC

Reavey's plea to PM over Paisley: Newry Democrat
Claire Treanor

Paisley should put things right with Eugene Reavey: The News Letter
Liam Clarke

Fire Service apology over Enniskillen tribute removal: BBC

Dodds is appointed to the Privy Council: The News Letter

Nelson McCausland asked about creation in museums call: BBC

Culture Minister Nelson McCausland seeking probe into museum letter leak: Belfast Telegraph

When I hear the word culture, I reach for my Bible: The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

Another VRT blitz on the way?: Derry Journal

Ready for a taste of the Big Apple: Belfast Telegraph
Clare Weir

NY speaker endorses conference: Belfast Media

MLA calls on Stormont to back England: The News Letter

Tuesday, June 1

Campaigner McCord blames UVF for Shankill Road murder: BBC

'Too early to speculate' over shooting: The News Letter

Moffett murder – Mother brands killers 'scum': Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Shankill mother pleas for no retaliation: UTV Internet

PSNI question three over murder: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Shankill community 'is taking killing personally': The News Letter

New terror fears after spate of Northern Ireland attacks: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

Enemies of peace must be isolated: The News Letter
Editorial

Man shot in paramilitary attack: UTV Internet

DUP-UUP pact will not help unionism: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Two Rebels: (from the Irish Herald)
Jude Collins

Cohabiting with new government: The News Letter
Sammy Wilson

Prosecution 'must follow' Saville: BBC

Bloody Sunday Inquiry must expose top brass – Michael Mansfield QC: Belfast Telegraph

Incoming Mayor hopes for Bloody Sunday justice: Derry Journal

New Derry mayor among youngest ever at just 27 (May 29): Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

SDLP man hotly tipped to be Belfast's next Lord Mayor: Belfast Telegraph

Poignant tribute to murdered soldiers: The News Letter

Enniskillen bomb fire station tribute removal 'wrong': BBC

All-island approach needs push from politics: The Irish Times
Elaine Byrne

Irish peace lessons for Israel after Gaza flotilla deaths: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Patrick Roberts

The case for a Bill of Rights: The Independent
Geoffrey Robertson



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