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Wednesday, June 15

New Speaker role 'against Agreement': UTV

Effort to amend new Speaker role defeated: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Leaders to lift lid on peace secrets: The News Letter

Councillor 'justified' over new flag protest: The News Letter

Army bomb team called to suspect find in Louth: The Irish Times
Elaine Keogh

Student is bailed over dissident Rising rally: The News Letter

Viable device found in Craigavon: UTV

Loyalists might defy march ruling of parades body: The News Letter

Loyalist grievances can't be ignored: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

A new era dawns in city (May 26): Belfast Media
Editorial

Ten years after the 'Colombia 3': BBC
Mark Devenport

O'Dowd too much of an Irish-American for the Áras: The Irish Times
Walter Ellis

Sinn Féin – We have nothing to say sorry for: Manchester Evening News

Smithwick Tribunal – Garda has 'no collusion evidence': BBC

Murdered RUC chief 'used same car': Belfast Telegraph

Unsafe phone used for fatal visit, judge told: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Search for truth at the Smithwick Tribunal: RTE

Residents erect McGurk's bomb victims name tribute: BBC
Conor Spackman

Army may stage big recruiting drive in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Sam Lister

Ulster peer 'humbled' to take parade salute: The News Letter

NI Minister warns of uncertainty over tax cut: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Why Robinson and his Finance Minister are at odds over corporation tax: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Cut would help boost business and economy: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn Donaghy

Queen swamped by letters after visit: Irish Examiner
Eoin English

US honorary degree for Don Mullan: Derry Journal

Northern Ireland bid to snatch Steve Bruce's son back from Republic: Belfast Telegraph
Stuart McKinley

We need young voices speaking up for the Union: The Scotsman
Allan Massie

History reconciliation: Korea Times
Choi Woon-do

Tuesday, June 14

Unionists in clash over Sinn Fein adviser's pay: Belfast Telegraph

Shinners need a lesser jailbird: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

I can't just sit back and let them airbrush our history: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Time to face the fact that we cannot really handle the truth: Belfast Telegraph
Nuala McKeever

Dissidents demand Sinn Féin mayor removes City Hall art: (from the Daily Mirror)
Suzanne Breen

Why it's shameful that many of us don't bother to vote (May 12): The News Letter
Peter McLoughlin

Ford defends Maghaberry searches: UTV

Union flag row goes on as TUV man says flag may return: BBC

Fury as police remove Union flags in estate: The News Letter

Lodges might appeal ban on Ardoyne route: The News Letter

Man charged over dissident Easter rally: UTV

Council backing for Armed Forces Day: Portadown Times

Minister urges an end to bitter sectarian rows: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Shankill – crap or class? (Jun 12): (from the Sunday World)
Suzanne Breen

Wilson to attend Lenihan funeral: UTV

Shared facilities offer path towards an agreed future (May 6): Belfast Telegraph
May Blood

Maintain impetus of Queen's visit, says bishop: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Ireland and the Commonwealth: Progressive Magazine
Gary Kent

WikiLeaks – SDLP 'spooked' by Fianna Fail into picking Margaret Ritchie (May 31): Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Salmond pledges loyalty first 'to the people of Scotland' and then to the Queen (May 12): The Scotsman

The United Kingdom – Disunited, we will all fall (May 13): Daily Telegraph
Alan Cochrane

The other face of bigotry (May 12): DigitalJournal.com
Alexander Baron

'Pope plot' men not involved in terrorism (May 16): BBC
Dominic Casciani

Monday, June 13

Taoiseach to address forum of TDs, MPs and MLAs: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

McArdle row shows conflict not healed – report authors: Belfast Telegraph
Anne Madden

Kingsmill was genocide and the killers should be tried for war crimes, families say (Jun 12): (from the Sunday World)
Suzanne Breen

Solicitor for RUC widow fears Garda probe flaws: Belfast Telegraph

We're not ready to share the truth: The News Letter
Alex Kane

No return to flag-waving partisan politics (Jun 11): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Attack on Orange hall 'a bid to ramp up tension': Belfast Telegraph
Catherine Lynagh

IRA hijackers make fools out of customs (Jun 12): (from the Sunday World)
Suzanne Breen

'Fitting tribute' to UDR heroes unveiled: The News Letter

Members of Ireland Funds to visit projects: The Irish Times
Pamela Duncan

Fine line to walk between diplomacy and espionage (Jun 7): Irish Independent
James Downey

WikiLeaks – Ian Paisley asked for Irish government help on visit to Brussels (Jun 2): Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

WikiLeaks – The deal to relocate 5,000 jobs from Dublin to Belfast (Jun 3): Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

IDA bids to stop pharma project moving North: Irish Examiner
John O'Mahony

NI firms hit by fewer orders from South: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell and Laura Slattery

Lady Hermon 'unconvinced' over lowering corporation tax: BBC

Corporation Tax 'is not a done deal': Belfast Telegraph
Catherin Lynagh

Vatican officials spark speculation of Papal visit to Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Anne Madden

Christians – tolerance works both ways (Jun 12): (from the Sunday Times)
Liam Clarke

Old Firm set for date switch: Irish Examiner

It's time for Team GB: Sunday Sun
Ian Robson

Could second vote leave us with a 'neverendum'? (Jun 9): The Herald
Iain Macwhirter

Flying the flag – but which flag? (Jun 11): The Scotsman
Ewan Crawford

Sunday, June 12

In search of a Sinn Fein voter on the Shankill: Belfast Telegraph
Connla Young

How evil revenge cost Mary Travers her life: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Simpson

The new face of Ireland: (from Politics First)
John Coulter

Smithwick Tribunal already facing legal delays: Sunday Independent
Alan Murray

Dissident won't be charged over row with gardai: Evening Herald
Niall O'Connor

Why diplomacy is the only answer to 'Irish question' (Jun 9): Belfast Telegraph
Robin Greer

US position over Northern Ireland is testament to lasting Clinton legacy: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Connolly

Lenihan had what Adams does not: grace under pressure: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Denis Bradley in plea over Troubles victims: BBC

Nice to see no fuss made of Obama's Prod roots (Jun 1): Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Justice arrives on the Falls: Belfast Media
Editorial

Not so much a Northern dream team as the stuff of nightmares (May 18): The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

Presbyterian moderator critical of effects of political correctness (Jun 7): The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Connecting North and South: Leinster Leader

Lord Reid urged to fight for Union: Scotland on Sunday
Tom Peterkin and David Maddox

Liam Fox warns independence threatens Scottish bases and shipbuilding: Daily Telegraph
Simon Johnson

The UK would still exist after independence: ForArgyll.com
Russell Bruce

Saturday, June 11

'I didn't snub new Mayor, I just didn't hear him', says deputy: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Mayor upsets unionists by removing royal portraits: BBC

Pictures row rekindles memories of City Hall sectarianism: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Sinn Féin wins byelection in record low turnout: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

New Sinn Fein MP Paul Maskey vows to reach out to loyalists: Belfast Telegraph
Connla Young

'Hold talks with dissidents' – call: Derry Journal

PSNI not understaffed despite job push: UTV

Orangemen set to double protests: Portadown Times

Ballymena paint bomb attack 'was hate crime': BBC

'Discrimination' claims re-surface in Bushmills (May 31): Ballymoney Times

We must use good progress to help build a shared future: Belfast Telegraph
David Cameron

Killer Mary McArdle makes public bow in Dublin: Belfast Telegraph
Catherine Lynagh

Government 'fully supportive' of corporation tax reduction in North: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

North and South unite in seeking value for money: Irish Independent
Michael Brennan

Anger as 'bombs' are found among graves: Belfast Media
Paul Ainsworth

Gunmen shouted 'hurrah' as ambushed RUC officers lay dead: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

RUC had no security concerns about Dundalk: RTE

Hunger strikes remembered, 30 years on: Donegal Democrat

Ex-UDR man recalls gun battle with IRA gang: The News Letter

WikiLeaks – Lord Eames and Denis Bradley lobbied for US funding (Jun 4): Belfast Telegraph

As with IFI, Mitchell program also seeks U.S. funding: Irish Echo
Susan Garraty

Queen's last-minute walkabout decision (Jun 10): Irish Examiner
Sean O'Riordan

DUP MLA warns of 'broken Ulster' (May 31): Belfast Telegraph

Superinjunctions and the assembly – what's the legal position? (Jun 8): BBC
Mark Devenport

Ron Bather bids to calm fears over York march: The Press (York)
Richard Catton

Why the Catholic Church stands to gain from Rowan Williams' outburst (Jun 10): Daily Telegraph
Jonathan Wynne-Jones

Scotland's top lawman declares war on sectarian hate (Jun 8): Scottish Daily Record
Tom Hamilton

Sectarianism – 'First step in dropping the old baggage' (Jun 10): The Scotsman
Editorial

Independence critics 'failing' (Jun 10): The Herald
Brian Currie

Friday, June 10

Cameron says time to deliver on devolution: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty and Dan Keenan

NI is British – now let's govern, says Cameron: The News Letter

PM pays tribute to murdered officer: Belfast Telegraph

Rise in NI's peace walls 'disappointing' says Cameron: BBC

Treasury 'no answer' to NI problems: UTV

Leaders encouraged by PM's response to case for devolution: Belfast Telegraph
Sam Lister

David Cameron's NI trip was always going to be low-key in comparison to Queen's recent Dublin visit: BBC
Mark Devenport

Speech will have made SF squirm: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Something for everyone in David Cameron's Northern Ireland speech: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

PM meets local Tories but not UUP: The News Letter

First North-South talks for new govts: RTE

Top gardaí targeted in PSNI recruitment drive: RTE

Sinn Fein's Paul Maskey wins West Belfast by-election: BBC

Gang blast dad to death in hallway of his home: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

Murder may be linked to IRA feud: Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keeffe

Murder victim was suspected of key role in Continuity IRA: Irish Independent
Tom Brady and Luke Byrne

McGuinness relative Marvin Canning charged over rally: BBC

Electoral Office says flags 'part and parcel' of results announcement: Impartial Reporter
Julie Kenwell

Sinn Fein Mayor replaces Royal portrait with 1916 Proclamation: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Restrictions placed on Tour of the North parade: BBC

Officers told not to cross Border, says witness: The Irish Times
Carol Coulter

Soldiers 'unaware' no RUC died in attack: UTV

PM urged to back new probe into UDA murder: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

'McGurk's apology would now serve no purpose': Belfast Media
Kieran Hughes

Is sacrificing justice for truth the only solution?: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Crumlin Road escapees recall The Greatest Escape: Belfast Media

College Fights Subpoena of Interviews Tied to I.R.A.: New York Times
Katie Zezima

57% of Protestants see bright future: Londonderry Sentinel

Assembly probe into Peter and Iris Robinson resumes: BBC

Cameron considers business tax cut in North: Irish Examiner
David Young

Corporation tax North and South: The Irish Times
Editorial

Appetite for real debate about Union recognised: The Herald
Editorial

Thursday, June 9

Sinn Féin expected to retain West Belfast seat vacated by Gerry Adams: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

A good start for new Ministers: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

We forgive you: Coleraine Times

Ex-prisoners find their place in society: BBC
Mervyn Jess

Sinn Fein resurrects past pains: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Limavady mayor – just shut down our council: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Limavady union flag row 'bad publicity' for festival: BBC

BC asks for Irish project secrecy: Boston Globe
Kevin Cullen

Probe into Robinsons resumes: The News Letter

Pipe bombs discovered in Belfast area: UTV

Orange Order parade re-routed: RTE

Video clips allowed in Continuity IRA rally trial: BBC

PM pressed over RUC tribunal deadline: UTV

Soldier 'didn't say how unit in Clonoe was attacked': BBC

New inquest into loyalist murder: Belfast Telegraph

Queen's visit to Ireland was a transformative moment: Irish Echo
Richard Neal

Race for the Áras: Irish Post
Editorial

Ford and Shatter sign forensic agreement: UTV

Man who helped bring 'Bloody Sunday' apology in town Friday: Chicago Sun Times
Abdon M. Pallasch

Renew IFI funding: Irish Echo
Editorial

Anger at 'vile' sectarian attack on Belfast school: Belfast Telegraph
Connla Young

Orange Order to march in Wolverhampton: Wolverhampton Express & Star

Support for independence growing: The Herald
Robbie Dinwoodie

Wednesday, June 8

MLAs split over plans to reform Assembly: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Robinson and McGuinness to discuss budget with PM: BBC

MP in first DUP call for McArdle to resign: The News Letter

SF 'owes McArdle a future' – UDA leader: UTV

SF must act urgently to correct family's hurt: The News Letter

How Robinson and McGuinness are showing leadership: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

A realm of hypocrisy: Belfast Media
Editorial

'No money in the pot' for victims fund: UTV

3 ex-gardaí deny collusion in IRA killings: Irish Examiner
Seán McCárthaigh

Members of tribunal probing 1989 murders of two RUC men 'met IRA': Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Policemen had Garda meeting over 'Slab' Murphy: Belfast Telegraph

Ex-Provos meet with inquiry into murders of RUC officers: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

RUC man suspected 'mole' in station: Irish Examiner
Seán McCárthaigh

An inquiry dreaded by all in Ulster's dirty war: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

Provos not guilty of war crimes – Adams: Irish Independent
Edel O'Connell

SF should ask activists about IRA's victims, says Kenny: The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

Troops 'wanted to arrest IRA men' shot dead in Clonoe: BBC

West Belfast goes to the polls again: The News Letter

Union flag storm halts Limavady Council: Derry Journal

Ruth thinks up a new one: Belfast Media
Máirtín Ó Muilleoir

I want to be a role model for all of our young people: Belfast Telegraph
Niall O Donnghaile

Sectarian damage at Belfast school: UTV

Rioter says 'sorry' to policewoman: UTV

Gang war: Carlow Nationalist
Suzanne Pender

Man questioned over dissident activity released: UTV

Morris Does Not Regret Moyle Letter: Tipperary Star

'Boston Miracle' could have lessons for War on Terror: Boston Globe
Theo Emery

Proposed Dublin road link is best option – minister: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid and Stephen McCaffery

Minister to keep open mind on road plan: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Tuesday, June 7

UUP motion for Stormont opposition: UTV

Sinn Fein 'should consider' Travers killer appointment: BBC

Video adds to McArdle resignation calls: UTV

Advisers' review to be completed 'within weeks': The News Letter

Mary Travers killer controversy too recent for Stormont: BBC
Mark Devenport

The appointment of killer Mary McArdle is a step too far: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

David Cameron set to visit Northern Ireland for first time in a year: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

The return of Iris, the lady with 1,000 bras (Jun 5): (from the Irish Mail on Sunday)
Suzanne Breen

WikiLeaks – Thatcher considered reintroduction of internment (Jun 5): Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Sinn Féin and DUP dances were in secret (Jun 5): (from the Sunday Times)
Liam Clarke

Boy Wonder is Great Green Hope: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Why Sinn Fein Mayor Niall O'Donnghaile is just what is needed now to go forward: Belfast Telegraph
Nuala McKeever

'The community has spoken': Derry Journal

Presbyterian greetings for Sinn Fein Lord Mayor: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

RAAD 'apology' ridiculed: Derry Journal

Wreath-laying was a boost for dissidents: The News Letter

Communities must be at the heart of policing: Belfast Telegraph
John Topping

Inquiry into RUC 'collusion' deaths to report: Irish Examiner
Seán McCárthaigh

Deadline should not 'interfere' with tribunal: UTV

Smithwick Tribunal into murder of Breen and Buchanan: BBC
Natalie Lindo

RUC officers back reservists' cash bid: The News Letter

Miscarriages of justice are slipping off the public radar: Guardian.co.uk
Jon Robins

US tornado blows an ill wind towards Irish funding: Belfast Telegraph

MLAs to debate £850m road project: The News Letter

Scottish nationalists angry over double referendum hurdle: Guardian.co.uk
Severin Carrell

Monday, June 6

Travers' brother backs Mary McArdle resignation call: BBC

Travers' sister repeats calls for killer to quit: The News Letter

Parties back Stormont advisor review: UTV

IRA car bomb mayor must resign – survivor: The News Letter

David Cameron to address NI assembly and meet MLAs: BBC

Reform Assembly – UUP chief calls for creation of an official opposition: Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Fein still making tragic mistakes: The News Letter

Elliott vows to end UUP's open warfare: The News Letter

WikiLeaks – Sinn Fein chief Gerry Adams critical of Shaun Woodward over on-the-runs (Jun 3): Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

WikiLeaks – US persuaded Sinn Fein to reroute protest over troops' parade in Belfast (Jun 4): Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

WikiLeaks – Woodward got it wrong about Foster, who ticked the right boxes for DUP: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Lucky escapes from Brandywell blast bomb: Derry Journal

Dissidents 'cost city millions': The News Letter

Dissident protests demand action on prisoners' status: Belfast Telegraph

Warning on republican jail protest: The News Letter

Moderator warns over sectarianism: Belfast Telegraph

Bombing memorial row 'needs resolved': The News Letter

Norris's bravura is potent in the public sphere -- but for one area: Irish Independent

Why I may run for Irish president because it is time for the Irish abroad to speak up: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

Israel, Ireland and the peace of the aging: Asia Times

World terror 'leaves IRA irrelevant', top military expert has warned: Belfast Telegraph

'Irrelevant' Ulster flags discouraged at Tynecastle (Jun 4): The Scotsman
Martin Hannan

Sunday, June 5

More people go armed as Ulster dissident threat grows: Independent on Sunday
Jonathan Owen and Kunal Dutta

No limit to this nauseating Provo hypocrisy (Jun 2): Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

WikiLeaks – Irish worried Tony Blair was 'too soft' with Sinn Fein: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford & Tom Brady

IRA retained active global support (Jun 4): Irish Independent
Adrian Rutherford

Idea of coalition with Sinn Fein provoked fury among FF TDs (Jun 4): Irish Independent
Adrian Rutherford

WikiLeaks – Unionists warned they would vote for Sinn Fein: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

WikiLeaks – British Government outed Denis Donaldson as IRA spy to send a message: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford and Tom Brady

US tried to force action on Colombia Three (Jun 4): Irish Independent
Tom Brady

WikiLeaks – IRA used businessmen to build portfolio worth millions: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Brady

Finally we can discard the rose-tinted glasses (Jun 4): Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Confidentiality no longer exists: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

d'Hondt system in place for next four years in Council: Coleraine Times

There's earmarks and there's Iremarks: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

'Biggest winners are the lawyers' says Simpson: Lurgan Mail

Queen thanks Dubliners for warm welcome: Evening Herald
Kevin Doyle

Protestant chief praises Queen's visit: RTE

President gave Queen 'speake Iryshe' book written for Elizabeth I (May 31): The Irish Times
Michael Parsons

Give my head peace and just speak plainly (Jun 2): Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Bill redefines Gaeltacht by language use (Jun 4): Irish Examiner
Niall Murray

A new generation of Scottish separatists: Toronto Globe and Mail
Doug Saunders

Saturday, June 4

Robinson meets Travers over row: UTV

DUP plans adviser review as Mary McArdle row rages on: Belfast Telegraph
Catherine Lynagh

'We forgive you, Mayor': Derry Journal

Elliott tells UUP it must 'rebuild' to win votes: BBC

Tom Elliott facing action over Ronan Kerr funeral: BBC

WikiLeaks – Gerry Adams branded 'absurd' and 'disingenuous' by US diplomat: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

East Derry MP rejects talks claim: Derry Journal

DUP must clear up any confusion on SF 'talks': Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

WikiLeaks – Orange Order had secret Sinn Fein meetings: Belfast Telegraph

WikiLeaks – Everyone knows the British government was involved in Pat Finucane murder, said Bertie Ahern: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Provo 'businessmen' fronted property drive: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

WikiLeaks – Bertie Ahern 'certain' Sinn Fein leaders knew of Northern Bank raid plan: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

WikiLeaks analysis – Despite the fury, the need to talk soon took over: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

'We will bear down on RIRA': Londonderry Sentinel

Traders reveal huge cost of city bomb disruption: Derry Journal

Martin McGuinness' niece caught up in Derry explosion: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Taxi driver denied bail over Alliance bomb: UTV

I will meet pub McGurk's Bar bomb families, says Matt Baggott: Belfast Telegraph
Patrice Dougan

Saville anniversary events: Derry Journal

RUC fund could be halved by tax: The News Letter

Catholic Church is a 'major obstacle' to integration: Belfast Telegraph
Lindsay Fergus

Obama's waffle feeds Irish taste for fantasy (Jun 2): The Irish Times
David Adams

Gilmore stands by cross-Border projects: The Irish Times

North business tax cut 'not a threat': Irish Examiner

Free Derry Corner 'helped shape history' (May 31): Derry Journal

Our 256,000 (and counting) atheists, agnostics, humanists and non-religious: The Irish Times
Róisín Ingle

SNP's referendum move: The Herald
Kate Devlin

Friday, June 3

Mary Travers murder 'haunts Sinn Fein and Mary McArdle': BBC

Ann Travers – I will not be silenced until my sister's killer resigns: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

McArdle appointment exposes 'shortcoming': UTV

Sinn Fein members with IRA links: The News Letter

Mary McArdle job reawakens anger at Mary Travers murder: BBC
Greg McKevitt

Executive needs to listen to family of Mary Travers: The News Letter
Ian Paisley

A sister's heartfelt plea must be heard: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Row over ex-IRA men on the Policing Board: The News Letter

WikiLeaks – British and Irish governments had plans to impose direct rule if deal on policing failed: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

The truth will out: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

WikiLeaks – Peter Robinson 'was close to walking away from the DUP leadership' WikiLeaks: Peter Robinson 'was close to walking away from the DUP leadership': Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Wikileaks analysis – How being underestimated worked to Peter Robinon's advantage: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

PUP's future in doubt as leader Ervine quits: The News Letter

UVF posturing to blame for collapse of political loyalism: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Gerry Adams' West Belfast replacement MP to be chosen: BBC

Niall's good start: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Dissident republicans blamed for shooting Ardoyne man in stomach: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Homes damaged in Derry bomb blast: Derry Journal

Bomb 'thrown at Alliance Party offices', court told: BBC

Armagh arrest in dissident probe: UTV

Judge rejects parade case: The News Letter

Dialogue must be part of solution to parades: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

McGurk's families in Baggott protest: UTV

Ex-officers hit back at Nelson criticism: Lurgan Mail

Anger over Dail inquiry deadline: The News Letter

Breen murder probe inquiry 'must be given time': Impartial Reporter
Chris Donegan

Man's death due to 'RUC assault': UTV

UDR statue arrives in city centre: Ulster Star

Thursday, June 2

Leaders to meet David Cameron for first time in year: Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Féin's mayor of Belfast pays visit to Shankill Road: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

WikiLeaks – Peter Robinson 'to take over DUP in Blair to Brown-style deal': Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

WikiLeaks – US officials saw footage of Massereene murders within hours: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford and Paul Connolly

Frustrated Ahern tried to raise stakes in power-sharing drive: Irish Independent
Shane Doran and Adrian Rutherford

WikiLeaks analysis – Pragmatic Bertie Ahern held his fire and still got his way: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Yes it's a special relationship, but the US still doesn't trust us: Irish Independent
Fionnán Sheahan

Was it mission accomplished for Obama?: The News Letter
N R Greer

Battle lines drawn: Irish Echo
Susan Garraty

Flute band loses legal challenge: UTV

President to attend Rossnowlagh "Twelfth"?: Donegal Democrat

Drama in skies moments before arrival of Queen: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

Palace sending letters of thanks for Queen's visit: The Irish Times
Paul Cullen

The queen in Ireland: Providence Journal
Editorial

GAA's Policing Board role 'significant': UTV

Police board chief promises value: Belfast Telegraph

Man arrested in dissident probe released: Derry Journal

Republican group Guthanna urges people to 'Have your voices heard': The Cross Examiner
Paul Malone

Cleared of IRA membership charge: Donegal Democrat

'Slab' Murphy disputes court's right to hear case: The Irish Times

McIlveen killer wins legal aid ruling: UTV

30 years on, remembering the hunger strikers: Irish Echo

High-profile speakers for 30th anniversary hunger strike meet: Irish Post

November deadline for RUC tribunal: UTV

DUP MP 'disappointed' by Breen/Buchanan tribunal move: BBC

Lower corporation tax is 'key to a quick recovery' for Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Clare Weir

No free lunch – the cost of cutting corporation tax: BBC
Mark Devenport

Peter Robinson – Corporation tax control would cost Scotland up to £1.5 billion a year: Daily Telegraph
Simon Johnson

Gaza row looms: Ballymoney Times

Wednesday, June 1

WikiLeaks – DUP and Sinn Fein 'in direct talks for years': Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford and Liam Clarke

DUP denies whistle-blower claims: BBC

WikiLeaks – Washington urged to encourage Sinn Fein support for police: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

SF spooked by dissident 'plot' to kill McGuinness: Irish Independent
Adrian Rutherford

WikiLeaks – BBC report prompted angry Orde to complain to the Prime Minister: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

US cable brands SDLP leader 'wooden': UTV

WikiLeaks – Why IRA chose 'hard army man' to deliver peace message: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Brady

WikiLeaks – Hillary Clinton wanted details of security forces' war against Northern Ireland dissidents: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Bombs thrown at officers in Craigavon: UTV

Man arrested in dissident probe: Derry Journal

Six fake bombs found in cemetery: UTV

DUP MLA dedicates election to Irish republican gran: BBC

There's much work to do but unionism needs UUP: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Cosgrove

Robinson's fears over Garda collusion probe: The News Letter

New concerns over Breen/Buchanan murders inquiry: BBC

Collusion probe judge frozen out by minister: The News Letter

Castlereagh break-in legal actions resolved: BBC

Clergyman accused of 'snub to UDR soldiers': The News Letter

Wonderland – the men who won't stop marching: Daily Express

Former Maze prisoner, Jackie McKeag gives son a tour: BBC

Sectarian graffiti taints area (May 11): Banbridge Leader

Attwood's £1.2m Gaeltacht pledge (May 9): Belfast Media
Gráinne McWilliams

12,000 cross divide to help farmer sow peace: The News Letter

Jim Boyce – Northern Ireland players who joined Republic would have been better off staying put: Belfast Telegraph

Don't ignore bigotry, warn Northern Ireland leaders: The Herald
Brian Currie

Scottish corporation tax row sparks tensions with Northern Ireland: Guardian.co.uk
Severin Carrell

Tax powers on the devolved agenda: BBC
Brian Taylor

The Scottish Tories are failing. Time for a Scottish Unionist Party to put real pressure on Alex Salmond: Daily Telegraph
Norman Tebbit

Unionist campaign may go to the wall: The Scotsman
Pete Martin



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