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Saturday, June 13

US patience with Stormont is fast wearing thin, warns peace envoy Gary Hart: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Orange Order march told to stay out of "earshot" of North Belfast Catholic Church: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Tour of the North – Orange Order outraged at 'ludicrous' marching restrictions for north Belfast parade: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Cromie

Parades body sparks Prince Charles row: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Alasdair McDonnell 'confident' he will remain as SDLP leader: BBC

UDA symbols mounted close to Greenisland station entrance: Carrick Times

PUP man welcomes removal of UVF flags: Newtownabbey Times

Four men arrested by detectives investigating loyalist paramilitary crime: Belfast Telegraph

Robert McCartney's sisters reveal reasons for withdrawing from IRA trial: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Documentary claims – Aim of Dublin/Monaghan bombings was to start a civil war: Irish Independent
Deborah McAleese

PSNI Chief Constable George Hamilton – I want to hand over 'vault' of secret police files on troubles murders: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

The PSNI vault – It's our Pandora's box on the Troubles: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Trimble 'should be careful about blaming Paisley' over outbreak of the Troubles: Ulster Star

Dublin still promising Kingsmills files release: The News Letter

Lord Saville – 'It was a worthwhile thing to do': Derry Journal
Sean McLaughlin

Bereaved families want answers (Jun 11): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

DUP in fresh bid to end Westminster allowances for absent Sinn Fein MPs: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Corporation tax – Declan Kearney warns NI executive may not be able to afford cut: BBC

'Economically naive' Sinn Fein are slammed by the DUP: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Does SF's corporation tax U-turn show the party moving to the left?: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Stormont department ignored FoI request for almost four years (Jun 9): The News Letter
Sam McBride

Big turnout expected at rally demanding legislation for civil marriage equality: Irish News
Caoimhe Quinn

Why I am walking for gay rights: Belfast Telegraph
Kylie Noble

Patrick Stewart dared to boldly say what he was thinking: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Van Morrison, Kerry-born British Council head to be knighted: The Irish Times

MEP calls on Irish football authorities to return FIFA €5m: The News Letter

Paddy Power mocks up Roy Keane as Braveheart and calls Scottish 'p***ies' ahead of Euro 2016 qualifier: Irish Mirror
Brynmor Pattison

Gazza – IRA threatened me after my flute band antics: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Study – football-related crime charges have seen 'marked decline' since introduction of anti-sectarian football law: The Herald
Martin Williams

Eurosceptics urge bias audit for BBC referendum coverage (Jun 12): The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Friday, June 12

SDLP MLA – McDonnell's position is now untenable: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Northern Ireland victims commissioner delay criticised: BBC
Gareth Gordon

Elliott makes a vow in Commons to voice for Enniskillen bombing victims: Belfast Telegraph
Richard Wheeler

Terrorist cash claims slammed: Banbridge

Tricolour at Stormont – Unionist scorn for republican group's claims: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

No second sabotage of Stormont flag, says report: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Tower of toxic tyres gathered for Eleventh night bonfire: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Belfast's peace walls could be brought tumbling down within hours, says expert on city living: Belfast Media

House paint bombed in 'sectarian' attack: UTV

McGurk's Bar memorial vandals condemned: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

246 held under powers to tackle terror: Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keeffe

Paul McCauley funeral – Killers 'overtaken by forces of evil': Derry Journal
Ellen Barr

Attack was inexcusable – Bishop: Londonderry Sentinel
Olga Cathers

Barbed exchanges between North's DPP and DUP Assembly members: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

McGrory denies public confidence in PPS at all-time low: The News Letter

McCartney sisters were to have been witnesses in IRA membership trial: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Legal bid is adjourned into the killing of IRA man Stan Carberry: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Police seek to question former IRA intelligence director over Birmingham bombings: Irish Post
Fiona Audley

Did British secret service protect Birmingham pub bombers? (Jun 4): Birmingham Mail
Julie Hambleton

RTE documentary to feature murder of Moy SDLP man Denis Mullen: Tyrone Times
Annamay McNally

Those involved in the Troubles should not be part of investigating unresolved deaths: TheJournal.ie
Brian Cormally

Shore up the dam of the past or it may fracture again: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

It's not what you say, it's the way that you say it: Impartial Reporter
Denzil McDaniel

Sir James Galway living in time-warp and he needs history lesson: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

James Galway deserves Belfast's freedom, despite his comments: The News Letter
Editorial

Play about Jean McConville's IRA murder is axed (Jun 9): Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Death knell for the Irish language?: Donegal Democrat
Michelle Nic Phaidin

Public poll needed to end school entry rule: Irish Examiner
Niall Murray

Sinn Fein MPs meet with SNP to discuss cuts by Tories: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

I'm not an IRA sympathiser, says SNP politician Feargal Dalton: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

David Cameron to push for English-only voting plan: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Britain's already fragile union is at risk – not from Scotland but its own government: The Guardian
Gordon Brown

Thursday, June 11

McDonnell to quit as MLA – but SDLP sharks still circling: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Belfast councillor tipped to succeed McDonnell as MLA London: Irish News

Is the Stormont administration poll-axed?: TheDetail.tv
Steven McCaffery

No Troubles pension for terrorists plea: The News Letter

McGuinness willing to meet daughter of IRA murder victim: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Victim to ask McGuinness if he ordered her mother's death: The News Letter

Anger as Gerry Adams avoids prosecution over silence on brother's abuse: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Nigel Dodds – Troubling verdict on Public Prosecution Service: Belfast Telegraph
Nigel Dodds

Rep. Brendan Boyle calls for collusion hearing: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

1916 Societies 'put up Stormont tricolour': Irish News
Connla Young

A thorough probe is needed into flag incident at Stormont: The News Letter
Editorial

NGO chief Patrick Yu sorry for 'Holy Cross' claim: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Stephen Carroll widow's sympathy for PSNI colleague who falsified documents: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Galway remarks scupper freedom of Belfast proposal: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Paul McCauley – Funeral for victim of 2006 sectarian attack: BBC

Special Branch caught alleged dissidents with communications from Portlaoise: Sunday World

Officer used 'excessive force' shooting suspect: The News Letter

Kennedy welcomes Taoiseach's assurances of progress on Kingsmills files: Newry Times
Paul Malone

British 'washed hands' on Army shooting of IRA man, court told: The Irish Times
Alan Erwin

Young republican remembered in City Cemetery ceremony: Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

DUP welcome Sinn Fein at Cenotaph: Londonderry Sentinel
Olga Cathers

We all can be Irish, British or both: Belfast Telegraph
Brian M Walker

Englishman who created Gaeltacht Quarter plan dies: Belfast Media

Why Belfast is a massive hit with tourists: Belfast Telegraph

Bronagh Gallagher calls for gay marriage in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Cromie

Ex justice secretary calls for official recognition for Scots republican's part in 1916 Easter Rising: The Herald
Martin Williams

Does speaking Scots make you more likely to support independence?: Sunday Herald
David Leask

EU referendum: Yes campaign leads by 10pc – as it happened: Daily Telegraph
Michael Wilkinson

Wednesday, June 10

Jean McConville murder – Gerry Adams prosecution decision expected 'within weeks': Belfast Telegraph
Claire Cromie

PPS 'right' not to prosecute Gerry Adams for withholding knowledge of abuse: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Adams won't face charges over case of brother: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

McGrory standing aside causes 'major loss of confidence' – DUP: The News Letter

Clarification issue behind Adams non-prosecution: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Gerry Adams and Mary Lou have blocked Maíria Cahill on Twitter: TheJournal.ie
Hugh O'Connell

Sinn Fein's Conor Murphy back in Assembly: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

McDonnell to stand down as MLA this summer: UTV

Mixed feelings for McDonnell: Belfast Telegraph

Four UUP members in race for Assembly vacancies: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Arlene Foster – Budget is real, not a fantasy: Irish Independent

Arlene Foster says Stormont will lose £38m because of the chancellor's spending cuts: BBC
Julian O'Neill

Violent summer and Assembly in crisis will scare off investors, warns Secretary Northern Ireland Villiers: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Dallat 'blase' on Stormont flag security breach – DUP: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Flags protocol faces Kernan test: Portadown Times

Residents' group won't protest at Orange parade in Dungiven: Derry Journal
Sheena Jackson

PSNI's Will Kerr sues Policing Board over job snub following flags dispute: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Paul McCauley murderers 'well known', says Martin McGuinness: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Funeral of Paul McCauley to take place on Thursday: Derry Journal

Terror boss declares gun war on Ulster drug gangs: Sunday World
Paula Mackin

Seven Dublin men plead not guilty to IRA membership: Sunday World
Steven Moore

PSNI officer who tended to dying Constable Stephen Carroll admits faking documents amid survivor's guilt: Belfast Telegraph

Trimble's Paisley remarks are disgraceful says DUP: Irish News

Donaldson rebukes Trimble over Paisley Troubles comments: The News Letter

Dr Paisley deserved credit too: Belfast Telegraph
John D Brewer

Freddie Scappaticci lawyers fail to stop broadcast of BBC Spotlight film: BBC

Caroline Moreland – IRA 'and state' blamed over murder: BBC

Impasse over Troubles pensions tough issue to resolve: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Dead Sinn Fein hardliner is praised (Jun 8): The News Letter

DiNapoli eyes greater investment in North: Irish Echo

Derry 'ripping the back' out of culture year – Nelson McCausland: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

After Orangefest, calls go out for Scotland-wide summit on sectarianism (Jun 7): Sunday Herald
Janice Burns

Scottish Independence 'might not change much' (Jun 8): Edinburgh Evening News
Ian Swanson

Tuesday, June 9

DUP finance minister to press ahead with 'fantasy' budget: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Welfare reform – Villiers says DUP's 'fantasy' budget would be helpful: BBC

The real crisis of Stormont is that nothing ever changes: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Public is sick of Sinn Fein excuses: Belfast Telegraph
David McNarry

Get Masons to save Stormont – Ancient group hols the key: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Cantillon – North ready to kick off fantasy budget: The Irish Times

Keep peace, community chiefs urged: Belfast Telegraph

SDLP claims seven police officers investigating tricolour on Stormont incident: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Orange Order parades' tourism potential 'unfulfilled': The News Letter

Paul McCauley murder – UDA was behind my son's death, says father: Belfast Telegraph

Find and jail the violent thugs who killed Paul McCauley: The News Letter
Editorial

Paul McCauley's killers must be handed in: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Alan Ryan's family slam lengthy garda murder probe as 'simply unacceptable': Irish Independent
Gareth Naughton

Trimble – 'Without Paisley, there'd probably have been no Troubles': The News Letter
Adam Kula

Flautist Sir James's comments strike a discordant note: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Panorama exposed the mutual deadlock on The Past: Impartial Reporter
Warren Little

Shrewsbury plaque remembers IRA bombing victims: Shropshire Star

Sinn Féin has raked in over $390k from US donors in six months: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Brave new Belfast – How the city went from Troubles to tourism: Irish Independent
Pól Ó Conghaile

Turning the tide – Rejuvenating the Irish language: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Government just doesn't care about the human rights of Irish citizens: Irish Independent
Colette Browne

Finally, we can all move on from '95: Evening Herald
Editorial

Home nations warned Sepp Blatter's exit could lead to unified British team: Daily Star
Eddie Kirk

Monday, June 8

Phantom budget only option to save Stormont, insists DUP's Arlene Foster: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Burton warns of 'abhorrent' border passport control if UK votes to exit EU: Irish Independent
John Downing

Major discussion on Europe is needed: The News Letter
Editorial

Dissidents are creating more deadly anti-tank weaponry: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Sheer quality of the bomb-making equipment is cause for concern: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Make parades NI tourism focus – bands activist: The News Letter

Paul McCauley dies after being beaten in 2006 attack: BBC

PSNI 'making up' for earlier inquiry, says victim's father: The Irish Times
Susan McKay

Accused is to face trial over murder of warder David Black: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Higgins

Union Flag and Irish Tricolour fly side by side as Sinn Fein's McLaughlin lays wreath for the fallen at Battle of Messines: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn MacDermott

'Symbolic' event in Derry fosters renewed sense of shared history: The Irish Times
George Jackson

Patrick Stewart stands by Ashers despite social media backlash over gay cake court ruling: Belfast Telegraph

Marriage equality – Panti Bliss gives backing to campaign in Northern Ireland: Irish Mirror
Lisa Smyth

Catholic bishops to discuss result of same-sex marriage referendum: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Jonathon Porritt – Troubles 'no excuse for environmental failings': BBC

Ban Ki-moon praises leadership and courage of Irish men and women (May 21): The Irish Times
Ban Ki-moon

Gerry Adams' former lawyer Barra McGrory pens eulogy to founding member of DUP Desmond Boal (May 19): Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

A call to action to save the Irish language inside and outside of the Gaeltacht: The Irish Times
Julian de Spáinn

'Ropey' Joe not fada away from fluency (May 22): Donegal Democrat

England fans armed only with sarcasm for dull Aviva friendly: The Irish Times
Frank McNally

'Big Jack' is the unifying force on a dull day at Aviva: Irish Independent
Adam Cullen

Scots lead way in how Orangemen can reach others: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

It was right not to ban 'Orangefest': The National (Scotland)
Carolyn Leckie

Top historian criticises sectarianism experts as pressure mounts on Scottish Government over parades (Jun 6): The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Sunday, June 7

Harrowing story helps to heal divisions (May 20): Derry Journal

No comment from the SDLP on allegations: Banbridge Leader

'Maze chair wage is a waste of money' claim: Ulster Star

Mayor apologises over controversial Facebook remark: Strabane Chronicle

31 Catholic and 19 Protestant on body: Londonderry Sentinel

Past is holding our police back (May 18): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

James Galway – I was brainwashed by Presbyterians: The News Letter

Fans at flautist's BBC concert divided over radio show outburst: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

James Galway – So, what's the mood music like in BBC Northern Ireland now?: Belfast Telegraph
Colin O'Carroll

Northern Ireland murderers were paid by the British government: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
James O'Shea

Why our differing views must be debated with real dignity: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Northern Ireland's 'culture war'? Don't believe the hype... (Apr 28): TheDetail.tv
Steven McCaffery

Lying empty, the £600k taxpayer-funded home for PSNI Chief Constable: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Marching to a different beat: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Sex tourists Cavan bound (Jun 5): The Anglo-Celt

Football fans accused of shouting 'IRA chants': Fermanagh Herald

Roy Hodgson appeals to England supporters not to provoke Ireland fans: The Observer
Dominic Fifield

Boyce wants an investigation about FAI payment: Irish Post

Terrible Lansdowne Road night almost ended in tragedy: The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

Wayne Rooney tells Jack Grealish to pick England over Ireland: The Observer
Andy Hunter

New Left alliance taking shape: Village
Frank Connolly

Church of England 'one generation away from extinction' after dramatic loss of followers (Jun 1): The Independent
Siobhan Fenton

Rights too important to be lost (Jun 4): Belfast Telegraph
Steven Agnew

Orangefest – Organisers claim controversial Orange Order event 'a success' despite weather problems: Scottish Daily Record

For a festival where the Lambeg drum featured prominently, Orangefest went more with a whimper than a bang: Sunday Herald
Andrew Learmonth

Orangemen, progressives and defending the indefensible (Jun 4): The Herald
Katie Gallogly-Swan

Provisionals also have Basque blood on their hands: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Americans 'overreacted' to 9/11 terror attacks because they're not as resilient as Brits, says Oxford University's first female vice-chancellor (Jun 2): Daily Mail
Eleanor Harding

Oxford Chancellor talking nonsense about 9/11 and Northern Ireland: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Patrick Roberts

Tony Blair's latest role in tolerance and reconciliation is no joke (Jun 4): The Guardian
Keith Kahn-Harris

Saturday, June 6

PM 'reneging on peace dividend': Belfast Telegraph

Welfare Bill will help the less well-off: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Brotherston

Why an argument over welfare reform could have big consequences for Northern Ireland: New Statesman
Ciara Dunne

Cynic in me says welfare row has been a put-up job: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

Clash over Irish flag at North South meeting: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan and Tyler Patchen

Village residents unfairly tarred: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Prosecution dropped against Lord Mayor: Portadown Times

Waterside sectarian attack victim Paul McCauley dies in hospital: Londonderry Sentinel

David Black – Trial to go ahead with only man charged in connection with prison officer murder: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Higgins

Pipe bomb charge accused Sean Megaw granted bail: The News Letter

£30,000 spent on Ballyduff bonfire dubbed 'the Beast' – but it will burn tyres in defiance of council protocol: Belfast Media
David Whelan

Kenny pledges to hand over Kingsmill files: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Unionists welcome Enda Kenny's commitment on Kingsmills: The News Letter

New Bloody Sunday probe – More than 100 soldiers contacted: Derry Journal

Boston College tapes – Police finally get access to interviews Winston 'Winkie' Rea gave to University project: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Ian Paisley widow Eileen's anger at James Galway's claims that Troubles murders were his fault: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford and Liam Clarke

The fired-up flautist is certainly a knight to remember now after that astonishing rant: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

If the cap fits ...: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Equality needed at schools (May 31): Londonderry Sentinel

Stance on gay union not archaic: Belfast Telegraph
Peter Lynas

Rail upgrade – Dallat compares UUP Minister favourably to Sinn Féin and DUP predecessors (Jun 2): Londonderry Sentinel

Councillors 'shafted' by lack of invite for royal visit: Connacht Tribune
John Brennan

Four hundred gardaí on streets as security plan swings into action for England match: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

"As they sang no surrender to the IRA on their march up to Lansdowne Road, it was clear that they meant business" (Jun 4): Irish Independent
Kevin Palmer

Federalism is to the fore as the constitutional debate re-opens: The Herald
Magnus Gardham

Orange Order defend 'Orangefest' as petition calling for event to be cancelled passes 27,000 signatures: Scottish Daily Record
Paul Ward

'Hounded' by SNP hate mob – How, in the weeks before his lonely death, Charles Kennedy endured a vile campaign of bullying and abuse by separatist fanatics that deeply wounded an already vulnerable man: Daily Mail
Guy Adams

Mad Dog murder plot accused told detectives he is a Protestant – 'We have never done nae bigotry in my house': Scottish Daily Record
Wilma Riley

Workplace sectarianism to be tackled at major conference (Jun 2): The Herald
Susan Lunn

Friday, June 5

Parties should implement Stormont House Agreement in full – Cameron: Irish News
Simon Doyle

DUP planning budget ultimatum in bid to force deal on welfare in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Stormont Finance Committee disputes Arlene Foster's £2bn budget cut claim: BBC
John Campbell

Simpson highlights impact of Sinn Fein reform stance: Lurgan Mail

Battling on to secure a better deal: Belfast Telegraph
Dolores Kelly

Stormont in crisis – Political delays are making us look stupid: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Friends of Sinn Féin raises a further $390,000 for party in US: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

Sinn Féin accused of 'pitching Galway tent' after getting $400k from US-based donors: TheJournal.ie
Dan MacGuill

'Rogue actions' behind Tricolour over Stormont: UTV
Victoria Steveley

Unionists demand swift action on tricolour over Stormont: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Concerns over teens at east Belfast interfaces: UTV

IRA membership trial collapses as witnesses withdraw evidence against top republicans Padraic Wilson and Sean Hughes: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Prominent dissident banned from public speaking: UTV
Alan Erwin

Robert McCartney murder sparked peace crisis, but the killers never faced justice: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Solicitor and author to be questioned over 1974 Birmingham bombings that killed 21: The Irish Times
Martin Doyle

Kincora child abuse – Ex-Army intelligence officer Colin Wallace has nothing to fear from giving evidence, court told: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Newry Sinn Fein hit back at 'sectarian' accusations over enrolment increase at St. Paul's, Bessbrook: Newry Times

Abortion amendment falls after Stormont vote: UTV

Assembly 'safeguard' blocks decisions on abortion: The Irish Times
Eamonn McCann

UUP split on gay marriage vote: The News Letter

Senior Presbyterians reach out to LGBT community: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Strong youth vote in gay marriage poll shows gulf between the church and younger people: Irish Independent
Michael Kelly

Orange Order's memorial window tribute to Troubles dead: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Northern Ireland were let down by Sepp Blatter, says Kennedy: Belfast Telegraph
Steven Beacom

'Big Jack' natural choice to warm Anglo-Irish relations: Irish News
John Monaghan

Changed times as Northern Ireland come for kickabout: The Irish Times
Emmet Malone

Irish emigrants may have voting rights extended to three years: The Irish Times
Ciara Kenny

Let them vote – Involve emigrants in society (Jun 1): Irish Examiner
Editorial

'Orangefest' – 20,000 people sign petition in one day to prevent Glasgow Orange Order event: The Independent
Cahal Milmo

I have no time for the Orange Order but banning its festival is not the right response: The Herald
Iain Macwhirter

BBC showed 'horrendous bias' in Scottish referendum coverage: The Guardian
Peter Mullan

Britain leaving European Convention on Human Rights is not 'on the table', Philip Hammond insists (Jun 1): Daily Mail
Matt Chorley

Thursday, June 4

Parties should implement Stormont House Agreement in full – Cameron: Irish News
Simon Doyle

DUP planning budget ultimatum in bid to force deal on welfare in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Stormont Finance Committee disputes Arlene Foster's £2bn budget cut claim: BBC
John Campbell

Simpson highlights impact of Sinn Fein reform stance: Lurgan Mail

Battling on to secure a better deal: Belfast Telegraph
Dolores Kelly

Stormont in crisis – Political delays are making us look stupid: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Friends of Sinn Féin raises a further $390,000 for party in US: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

Sinn Féin accused of 'pitching Galway tent' after getting $400k from US-based donors: TheJournal.ie
Dan MacGuill

'Rogue actions' behind Tricolour over Stormont: UTV
Victoria Steveley

Unionists demand swift action on tricolour over Stormont: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Concerns over teens at east Belfast interfaces: UTV

IRA membership trial collapses as witnesses withdraw evidence against top republicans Padraic Wilson and Sean Hughes: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Prominent dissident banned from public speaking: UTV
Alan Erwin

Robert McCartney murder sparked peace crisis, but the killers never faced justice: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Solicitor and author to be questioned over 1974 Birmingham bombings that killed 21: The Irish Times
Martin Doyle

Kincora child abuse – Ex-Army intelligence officer Colin Wallace has nothing to fear from giving evidence, court told: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Newry Sinn Fein hit back at 'sectarian' accusations over enrolment increase at St. Paul's, Bessbrook: Newry Times

Abortion amendment falls after Stormont vote: UTV

Assembly 'safeguard' blocks decisions on abortion: The Irish Times
Eamonn McCann

UUP split on gay marriage vote: The News Letter

Senior Presbyterians reach out to LGBT community: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Strong youth vote in gay marriage poll shows gulf between the church and younger people: Irish Independent
Michael Kelly

Orange Order's memorial window tribute to Troubles dead: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Northern Ireland were let down by Sepp Blatter, says Kennedy: Belfast Telegraph
Steven Beacom

'Big Jack' natural choice to warm Anglo-Irish relations: Irish News
John Monaghan

Changed times as Northern Ireland come for kickabout: The Irish Times
Emmet Malone

Irish emigrants may have voting rights extended to three years: The Irish Times
Ciara Kenny

Let them vote – Involve emigrants in society (Jun 1): Irish Examiner
Editorial

'Orangefest' – 20,000 people sign petition in one day to prevent Glasgow Orange Order event: The Independent
Cahal Milmo

I have no time for the Orange Order but banning its festival is not the right response: The Herald
Iain Macwhirter

BBC showed 'horrendous bias' in Scottish referendum coverage: The Guardian
Peter Mullan

Britain leaving European Convention on Human Rights is not 'on the table', Philip Hammond insists (Jun 1): Daily Mail
Matt Chorley

Wednesday, June 3

Northern Ireland crisis talks fail to resolve standoff over welfare reforms: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

North political situation grim, warns Theresa Villiers: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

DUP issues 'take it or leave it' ultimatum to Stormont parties: Irish News
David Young and Lesley-Anne McKeown

DUP to propose overshoot budget: Belfast Telegraph

Brinkmanship over Stormont's future ratcheted up: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Peter Robinson back in the saddle after heart attack: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

'Racist and sectarian' graffiti in Craigavon: UTV
Chris Chambers

Polish ambassador in Stormont talks over hate crime: BBC

Protestant marching bands' plight raised by Middleton at Stormont: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

GAA star's house burnt out 'in arson attack by IRA gangsters': Irish Independent
Jim Cusack

Notorious criminal who survived bomb remains under threat: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

North Belfast woman bailed over terrorist attacks: UTV
Ashleigh McDonald

Parents' anger at Sinn Fein minister over school enrolment: The News Letter

Sinn Fein's John O'Dowd hits back after 'sectarian' accusation on school places in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Put the blame back where it belongs – with republicans: The News Letter
Editorial

Robinson in call to Garda over Kingsmills inquiry: The News Letter

Kingmills massacre – Robinson demands Irish government co-operation with inquest: BBC

Kincora – calls for abuse to be included in UK inquiry: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Ex-Army officer gets all clear over Kincora testimony: The News Letter

Collusion evidence highlighted at Kincora challenge: UTV
Alan Erwin

Belfast City Council vote supporting same-sex marriage motion welcomed: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Delegates back bakery in gay cake storm but attack result of same-sex referendum: Belfast Telegraph

Sunday Interview – Gay rights activist Mel Bradley (Jun 1): Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

Marriage under attack – Atheists try to police faith: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Catholic Church 'bereavement' after same-sex marriage vote: The Irish Times
Aine McMahon

Anger as DUP tries to tighten abortion laws in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Sinn Fein Speaker McLaughlin to lay wreath in memory of Messines fallen: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Votes for Irish emigrants (May 30): The Irish Times
Editorial

UDA murder plot accused Martin Hughes denied knowing 'targets': BBC

Jack Charlton expected to play peacemaker during Republic of Ireland vs England friendly match in Dublin: Daily Mail
Charles Sale

Martin O'Neill hopes to avoid repeat of England 'debacle' (Jun 2): Irish Independent
Daniel McDonnell

Public to have say over anti-sectarian football legislation as thousands support abolition call: The Herald
Martin Williams

Irish support the EU regardless of Brexit outcome: Irish Post
James Mulhall

Calls for tolerance of Orange Order as opposition to 'Orangefest' mounts: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Nicola Sturgeon warns of Scottish backlash if UK exits Europe: The Guardian
Libby Brooks

In the land of Magna Carta, individual liberties already exist – Human Rights Act or no: Daily Telegraph
Philip Johnston

Tuesday, June 2

Leading Irish Americans propose solution to North impasse: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
James O'Shea

Flanagan and Villiers to try to end Stormont deadlock: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Parties return to talks table today: Irish News
Simon Doyle

Villiers 'will oppose' calls to hand welfare back to London: The News Letter

TUV leader Jim Allister demands answers from Stormont: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Roe Valley chamber not so convinced about its slice of the pie: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Blame Sinn Fein and SDLP for the financial madness (May 28): Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

"There is no need for a Stormont crisis. Get the deal done.": TheDetail.tv
Michael McKernan

Dissident republican Sean Kelly's living it up in Magilligan prison after suspected plea deal: Belfast Telegraph
Patricia Devlin

Court told Irishman linked to Brighton Bomb met murder plot accused: The Herald
Colin McNeill

Andrew Allen murder – cross-border campaign offers rewards: Derry Journal

Councillors told to expect flags and emblems at Dungannon Park for International Fly Fishing Competition (May 16): Mid Ulster Mail
Shauna Corr

The New Spymasters – We should be prepared for some shocks: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

The grim, depressing truth is we will never really know all that happened: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Scale of IRA's collusion with British state was shocking: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Time to share all the security files – Copper-fastening peace process: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Paramilitaries and pensions – BBC Spotlight looks at controversy over victims: BBC
Ciaran Tracey

Garda files on Kingsmill killings still not given to North probe: Irish Independent
David Young

McBrearty family thank people of Derry: Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

British security service shielded abusers in Belfast care home, court hears: The Irish Times
Alan Erwin

Republicans decry Fla. MacBride rescinding: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Traditional Christian values reaffirmed by new Presbyterian moderator: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

'Greater need for North-South healthcare co-operation' – Brady: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Northern Ireland sex trade moving over the Border: The Irish Times

Film offers insight into Orange Order fatalities: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

John O'Shea – Jack Grealish should be given as much time as he needs to decide his international future: Irish Mirror
Paul O'Hehir

TD rejects claims that republican protesters attacked England fans: Evening Herald
Robin Schiller

Church divided over fallout from gay marriage vote: Irish Independent
Sarah MacDonald

PM 'rowing back' over human rights: Belfast Telegraph

Cameron's cabinet is split over European rights court: The News Letter
Chris Moncrieff

Britain will not vote to leave EU, says Juncker: Daily Telegraph
Justin Huggler and Matthew Day

Constitutional crisis is deepening: The Scotsman
Peter Jones

The SNP packs the House of Commons Chamber to send a powerful message: The Spectator
Isabel Hardman

Monday, June 1

Welfare reform deal can be reached says Sinn Féin: Irish News

Martin McGuinness not hopeful about NI cuts breakthrough: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Peter Robinson to attend Stormont talks despite heart attack: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

If you don't rigorously assess claimants, how can you tell who's ripping off taxpayers?: Belfast Telegraph
David Vance

Northern Irish voters have turned away from old politics.. but is it change or crisis in the air?: Scottish Daily Record
Peter Geoghegan

Mid Ulster unionists shouldn't be surpised over Sinn Féin's Royal baby letter decision – McLean: Tyrone Times

A handshake can mean nothing, or something important: Impartial Reporter
Denzil McDaniel

Families demand justice over IRA victims 'executed' as informers: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

Gerry Adams relatives 'used as spies' by British military intelligence: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Belfast accord should be subject to unionist charter: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

A Democratic Unionist guide to electoral success: Tribune Magazine
John Coulter

Spoilt MPs want more from bank of mum and dad: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Hamilton warning over policing targets: The News Letter

Agency employs more Catholics: Londonderry Sentinel

Calls for redress for victims of IRA abuse: Irish Independent

Mairia was badly let down by the legal system (May 31): Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Praise for Presbyterian who backed same-sex marriage: The News Letter

The Small Business Column – Ashers Bakery Controversy: Irish Examiner
Kehlan Kirwan

Christians are being told to leave faith at the door every morning: The News Letter
Norman Hamilton

Church's reality check won't be very pleasant (May 31): Sunday Independent
Willie Kealy

Ireland – A Country Without a Conscience?: First Things
William Doino Jr.

Welcome signals from the Catholic bishops: Irish Independent
Editorial

Decline in number of Irish Presbyterians continues: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

WITH the 1916 anniversary coming up, the great links with the Orangemen in recent years and the actual history of the place, I think it would be an idea to begin the process of a Peace Centre at Oldbridge. (May 16): Drogheda Independent

Robinson – Lifestyle, not stress, to blame for heart attack: The News Letter

Report is 'damning' – Sinn Féin (May 29): The Irish Times
Pól Ó Muirí

'There might be the odd incident & because it's Ireland v England, it'll get blown out of proportion': TheJournal.ie
Eoin O'Callaghan

Clash against our oldest foe will be a whole new ball game: Irish Independent
Mandy Johnston

Human Rights Act row that is shot full of contradictions: The Herald
David Torrance

Scrapping the Human Rights Act won't abolish human rights. It will repatriate them: Daily Telegraph
Tim Stanley

Call to end bar on Catholic monarch (May 29): The Scotsman
Chris Marshall



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