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Wednesday, June 15

Petition set up calling for Theresa Villiers to withdraw Loughinisland remarks: Irish News
Connla Young

George Hamilton surprised police ombudsman did not recommend Loughinisland charges: BBC
Vincent Kearney

After Loughinisland report, question is about extent of loyalist collusion: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Martin Neeson – Convicted killer wins court case over criminal record: BBC

Portrait of the Queen defaced on a Co Antrim Orange Hall: Belfast Telegraph

Man accused of possession of 150kg of explosives given bail: Sunday World

Finucane's death squad murder a 'horror story' for the UK Government, Court of Appeal is told: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Why did the IRA bomb Manchester: Manchester Evening News
Jennifer Williams

Why victims of the Manchester IRA bomb are demanding compensation from Libya: Manchester Evening News
John Scheerhout

Manchester's remarkable rise from the IRA rubble: Financial Times
Andrew Bounds

'I'm still bitter nobody was ever held to account... as an Irish person I am deeply ashamed': Manchester Evening News
Jennifer Williams

Bomb survivors 'ignored because they live in GB': The News Letter

Did the IRA leave a deadly health timebomb 20 years ago?: Manchester Evening News
John Scheerhout

'It was? utter bedlam' – Mancunians caught in the IRA blast see their stories on stage: The Guardian
Alfred Hickling

How a detective ended up in the dock while the bomber walked free: Manchester Evening News
John Scheerhout

Peter Robinson breached Ministerial Code over groundskeeper's grass cutting job – High Court judge: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

'Deluded united Irelanders must have thought their day had come' – Gregory Campbell: Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

French confusion at 'Irlande du Nord' fan in Sweden shirt: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Euro 2016 – Republic of Ireland fans to honour Loughinisland victims during Belgium match: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Nama sale of NI loan book done in proper manner, says Kenny: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

SF begins the showboating – while FF wants it both ways: Irish Independent
John Downing

David Cameron pulls out of anti-Brexit event with Taoiseach: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Taoiseach travels to Belfast to warn against quitting EU: The News Letter

NI will lose financially if we leave EU – McGuinness: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Fears over Brexit at 'forgotten frontier': Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

EU referendum – How will British vote affect Republic of Ireland?: BBC
Shane Harrison

Who am I to question Officialdom and say Brexit will be good for us?: Irish Independent
David McWilliams

Brexit could result in 'unionist nightmare': Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Brexit and Ireland – Will Britain leaving the EU hit us hard or is it scaremongering again?: Irish Mirror
Pat Flanagan

The Sun's pro-Brexit campaigning doesn't cross borders: The Guardian
Roy Greenslade

Britain's Coming Independence Day: New York Times
Douglas Carswell

Tuesday, June 14

'Hard border' will return if Britain leaves EU – Kenny: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

EU referendum as important for Ireland as Good Friday Agreement – Enda Kenny: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Irish Tory politician slates Taoiseach's 'desperate' remain roadshow: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Richard Haass' claim that Brexit could 'trigger NI violence' is dismissed as 'nonsense': BBC

Pro-Europe SDLP man in poster campaign: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Brexit border control concerns raised at Sinn Fein conference: The Cross Examiner

EU referendeum – Voting to leave Europe would be 'act of wanton destruction' for Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph

Brexit and the Irish question: New Statesman
Mary McAleese

The Brits might put manners on Brussels for us – as we can hardly threaten an Irxit: Irish Independent
Billy Keane

Eirexit – are we ever likely to see the day? (Jun 9): Connacht Tribune
Harry McGee

Executive Office sees responsibilities slashed but no corresponding staff cut: Irish News
John Manley

Long road ahead to end paramilitarism: Belfast Telegraph
Graham Spencer

Illegal loyalist flags in Belfast must be taken down, SDLP man demands: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Londonderry – Two arrested following 'hate crime': BBC

Pat Finucane murder a 'horror story' for British Government, widow Geraldine tells court: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

No new decommissioning until loyalist weapons investigated: Irish News

Loughinisland report prompts legal action over murder using same gun: Irish News
Allison Morris

No DUP apology for Ulster Resistance, despite gun-running leading to murders: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Loughinisland was collusion on a grand scale by any definition: Irish News
Allison Morris

Hard to imagine Stakeknife probe will be as open as Loughinisland report: Irish News
Fionnuala O Connor

Wider definition of collusion sinks intelligence defence (Jun 11): Irish News
Newton Emerson

Victims and families deserve whole truth: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

IRA mainland victims say compensation claims 'ignored': BBC

Fingerprints linked to Daniel Carson shooting were destroyed, court hears: Belfast Telegraph

Social media campaign for football fans to 'stand up for the Loughinisland Six': Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Euro 2016 – Anger over Northern Ireland flag gaffe: Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

Sinn Féin councillor expressed hope Poland would 'stuff' Northern Ireland: Irish News
John Monaghan

North football body thanks Green Army for tribute: Irish Examiner
Michael McHugh

It's not extreme views that incur wrath of others, my critics just can't stand that I can respect a different tribe: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

DUP Education Minister outlines his intentions in new role – 'I do not want to force my particular ideology on schools': Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Catholic teen apprentice 'tied to wooden cross and had penis drawn on face by co-workers': Daily Mirror
Sam Webb

Community national schools are a bad idea (Jun 9): The Irish Times
Paddy Monahan

We can't allow schools to discriminate on religious grounds (Jun 9): Irish Examiner
Michael Barron

Monday, June 13

Storey and Paisley meet with Secretary of State for NI: Ballymoney Times
Claire Cartmill

The last thing we need is constitutional uncertainty: Irish News
Tom Kelly

Security forces using informers 'forced terrorists down peace path': The News Letter

Stakeknife inquiry – UK should 'open up their books,' says Adams: The Irish Times

Loughinisland, Kingsmill, Ulster Resistance, Stakeknife – how will government react to reminders of the violent past?: TheDetail.tv
Steven McCaffery

IRA campaign along border was driven by murderous policy of ethnic cleansing (Jun 9): Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

PSNI facing questions over Kingsmill forensic discovery (Jun 1): Irish News
Editorial

Loughinisland killings – A blind eye to murder: The Irish Times
Editorial

Loughinisland families vindicated in search for truth: Irish News
Editorial

Manchester bomb – Time for justice as police take fresh look into 1996 blast (Jun 10): Manchester Evening News
Jennifer Williams and Todd Fitzgerald

Locals come out to honour the memory of Garda Jerry McCabe in the village of the crooked cross: Irish Examiner
Jimmy Woulfe

Jerry's dad died of a broken heart after IRA murdered his son, says Ann: Irish Independent
Majella O'Sullivan

Slain Order members honoured in film tribute (Jun 3): Belfast Telegraph
Amanda Ferguson

Our victims deserve more than platitudes (May 31): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Young adults say we'll keep the peace, but give us jobs: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Some fans were very surprised about Northern Ireland's national anthem – and have a great suggestion for an alternative: Irish Examiner

Summer focus on football scores goals for peace in NI: The Irish Times
David Mitchell, Ian Somerville and Owen Hargie

Presbyterian marriage ceremonies must renounce same-sex unions (Jun 8): The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Schools must reflect change – Teaching religion in schools (Jun 7): Irish Examiner
Editorial

School patronage plans will worsen situation–Atheist Ireland (Jun 7): The Irish Times
Vivienne Clarke

Bias still a problem in the Irish media: Irish Catholic
David Quinn

Tax broadside will only raise fears over Sinn Féin (Jun 9): The Irish Times
Ciarán Hancock

Brexit road closure fears if borders return: Fermanagh Herald

Ireland 'will have a Plan B' if UK opts for Brexit: Irish Independent
John Downing

Nicola Sturgeon – I'm a Europhile, not a Unionist (Jun 10): Daily Telegraph
Simon Johnson,

The Guardian view on the EU referendum – one constituency, but a messy political map (Jun 9): The Guardian
Editorial

Sunday, June 12

Ruth Davidson accuses John McDonnell of 'wanting the IRA to win': PoliticsHome.com
Sebastian Whale

The politically correct are not always correct: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Peace body posts increased: Ballymena Times

Despicable threats against Fr Gary Donegan must be lifted (Jun 8): Irish News
Editorial

Families and diocese welcome finding of police 'collusion' in massacre of Catholics in Northern Ireland: Catholic Herald

Loughinisland murders – What the police did right (Jun 10): Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Loughinisland murders – What the police did wrong (Jun 10): Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Loughinisland massacre – Truth alone is not enough, someone must be held accountable for monstrous outrage: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

The growing myth of loyalist collusion: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Loughinisland massacre findings offers chilling insight into the murky world of Special Branch: Belfast Telegraph
David McKittrick

'Jerry's murder outrageous, savage' – O'Malley (Jun 11): Irish Independent
Barry Duggan

Truth a one-way street for evasive Gerry Adams: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Kennedy urges Chief Constable to restore 'badly shaken confidence' of Kingsmills families: Newry Times
Paul Malone

A ray of light for victims at end of very dark tunnel: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Stakeknife investigation must be fully independent: Irish News
Editorial

Manchester bomb – Five key questions that must now be answered (Jun 11): Manchester Evening News
Jennifer Williams

Bernadette McAliskey – 'The only reason I wasn't killed was by chance': Derry Journal
Eamon Sweeney

It's the most famous image associated with Bloody Sunday – now research is to be carried out on Father Daly's famous blood-stained handkerchief: Derry Now

Church reveals own plan to tackle Troubles (Jun 9): Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Civil rights leader recalls dinner with Muhammad Ali (Jun 7): Ulster Herald
Ronan McSherry

Muhammad Ali – How 'The Greatest' met Derry's Peace Women in 1972 (Jun 7): Derry Journal
Eamon Sweeney

Stormont's flagship policy in real doubt as SF reassesses: The News Letter
Sam McBride

PSNI's attempt to stop the presses raises questions (Jun 9): Irish News
Newton Emerson

Irish News claims press freedom victory by resisting police injunction (Jun 9): The Guardian
Roy Greenslade

Pressure on Catholic schools to ban Amnesty International: Irish Catholic
Cathal Barry

Trade or border deals in event of Brexit subject to EU veto: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Brexit has the Irish government worried – here's why: TheJournal.ie
Christina Finn

Brexit threatens two decades of peace in Northern Ireland: Financial Times
Jonathan Powell

Ireland's relationship with the EU remains strong: Sunday Independent
Jody Corcoran

David Cameron says he is worried about another indyref if UK leaves EU (Jun 8): The Herald
Kate Devlin

SNP tries to save football Act by pointing to hate crime increase (Jun 10): Daily Telegraph
Simon Johnson

Offensive behaviour act an imperfect but useful tool: The Scotsman
Editorial

Bereaved Old Firm dads whose heartfelt hug sparked massive internet support vow to keep climbing: Scottish Daily Record
Cheri Burns

Saturday, June 11

'Troubles legacy' – Victims Commissioner says a deal on the past is still a work in progress: Derry Journal
Eamon Sweeney

Loughinisland massacre – Theresa Villiers must resign if she can't accept Ombudsman's findings, says SDLP's Margaret Ritchie: Belfast Telegraph

Loughinisland – Police even knew suspects' names 24 hours on from bloody massacre: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Loughinisland – Owners of The Heights bar speak of tragedy: BBC

Loughinisland massacre – Despite tragedy, the spirit of village is still unbroken: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Loughinisland – First man on scene of pub murders by UVF 'still receiving counselling': BBC

Willie Frazer wants talks with republican over Kingsmills massacre: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Kingsmills' first at scene of horrors: Newry Reporter

PSNI – Kingsmills van print should have been matched in 2010: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Kingsmill – like Bloody Sunday and Ballymurphy – was a war crime: Irish News
Patrick Murphy

Stakeknife inquiry – UK police pledge to find 'elusive' truth: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Daughter of woman slain as 'informer' welcomes inquiry: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Not all informers were evil killers, one saved my life, reveals Donaldson: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

IRA and British intelligence have much to hide: The Irish Times
Brian Rowan

On the Runs – Shankill bombers 'not issued comfort letters', court hears: BBC

Outrage as human rights laws used to block compensation to terror victims of IRA attacks funded by Gaddafi: Daily Telegraph
Robert Mendick

Payout prospects for terror victims move a step closer: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Manchester bomb – Home secretary urged to review 1996 investigation into the blast: Manchester Evening News
Jennifer Williams

PSNI 'blind' to undercover Metropolitan Police officers operating in NI: BBC

McCabe's legacy is just as important now as it was 20 years ago: Irish Independent
Barry Duggan

Communities in fear as UVF 'invites' Catholics and ethnic minorities to fly its flag: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Orange Order bids to attract more tourists to Twelfth: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Man dragged into alley and shot twice in the feet in north Belfast paramilitary style attack: Belfast Telegraph

Murder accused associate of Real IRA boss Alan Ryan given bail to go to Spain on holidays: Sunday World

Man is jailed for five years over bomb timer found in his wardrobe: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh McDonald

Martin McGuinness to attend first Northern Ireland game at Euro 2016 finals in France: Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

Michael D Higgins cheers on Ireland and Northern Ireland: Sunday World

Anger as pub told to remove Northern Ireland flag or face being burned to the ground: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

I'm from a divided island. Who should I support at Euro 2016?: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

How peace on the streets changed the spirit in the stands for Northern Ireland: The Guardian
Jonathan Drennan

A united Ireland – Euro 2016: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Anger after RTE Irish commentary for Euros not available in North: Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

DUP MP Donaldson 'humbled' to get Knighthood in Queen's Birthday Honours list: The News Letter

Presbyterian Moderator to snub General Assembly over same-sex relationships split: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Kenny should campaign against Brexit in the North, says Adams: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Salmond cites NI as an example of the good the EU can do: The News Letter
David Young

Tony Blair 'not welcome' in Derry: Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

Brexit – Voting Remain is the only way of achieving peaceful and prosperous future (May 30): Belfast Telegraph
Richard Needham

The Guardian view on Brexit and Ireland – another closure of the mind: The Guardian
Editorial

Friday, June 10

Loyalist informers smuggled weapons used in dozens of Troubles murders: The Guardian
Ian Cobain

Loughinisland – Ombudsman confirms collusion between police and loyalist killers: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Dublin government urged to call on British to open 'books on collusion': Irish News
John Monaghan

Loughinisland families pledge to continue fight for justice: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Glenanne Gang farm linked to Loughinisland atrocity: Irish News
Connla Young

Loughinisland weapon link to local loyalist: Lurgan Mail

Loughinisland massacre – PSNI chief says police should be held accountable: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Loughinisland report deeply disturbing, says Flanagan: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Special Branch officers could now face criminal charges in the wake of the damning Ombudsman's report into Loughinisland murders: Irish News
Allison Morris

Loughinisland massacre – How World Cup celebrations turned to murderous horror: Belfast Telegraph

Loughinisland survivor says the families still come together when Ireland play: Irish News
Allison Morris

Loughinisland – Where is report on SF/IRA collusion, says Allister: The News Letter

While some officers covered for loyalist informants they failed to cover their own tracks: Irish News
Allison Morris

Exposing past wrongs is always right (scroll down): The Scotsman
Editorial

1,000 new victims of Troubles emerge annually – Foster: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Fury of victims' families at paramilitary probe: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Union flags causing anxiety in Ballymena estate – O'Loan: Ballymena Times

PSNI responds to Belfast Ormeau Road flags row: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Highlighting the tourist potential of the Twelfth: The News Letter
Editorial

Man shot in feet was targeted in similar attack a week ago: Irish News
John Monaghan

No civilised society would put up with ongoing savagery of 'punishment shootings': Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Missing Kinahan hitman stalked by New IRA murder squad: Herald.ie
Ken Foy

Kingsmills inquest delay 'a bitter pill to swallow': The News Letter

Inquest into 1976 Kingsmill massacre where IRA gunned down ten innocents (May 28): Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Yvonne Watterson

Stakeknife inquiry will probe IRA top brass as well as agent handlers: The News Letter
David Gilmour

Sinn Féin proposes annual 1916 public holiday: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Ireland Continues to Remember 1916 and Continues to Betray It (With Some Canadian Help): Counterpunch
Aidan O'Brien

Kearney reflects on visits to WW1 battlefields: Newtownabbey Times

2,000 nationalists from Derry fought in trenches, McGuinness right to visit Somme, says filmmaker Gavin Patton: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Corporation tax cut 'not done deal': BBC
John Campbell

Tony Blair and John Major: Brexit would close Irish border: The Guardian
Heather Stewart

Villiers says Brexit would not undermine peace process: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Foster, Dodds and Hoey fiercely dismiss NI fears of two ex-PMs: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Foster – I don't want a 'hard Border': Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

IBEC launches anti-Brexit campaign at Dublin Airport: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Thursday, June 9

SF and DUP accused of arrogance over moves to restrict Opposition debates: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Sinn Féin quietly outflanks the SDLP: The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

Report raises as many questions as it answers about paramilitarism: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Time for paramilitary groups to fade away: Irish News
Editorial

The screw must keep being turned on paramilitary crime: The News Letter
Editorial

Report echoes our call to defeat terror: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

No reason why Martin McGuinness shouldn't run again in 2021 (Jun 8): Irish News
Brian Feeney

Daughter of taxi driver Michael McGibbon urges those who know her father's killers to "speak out": Belfast Live
Sheena McStravick

Catholics are victims of majority of dissident republican violence: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Leaders vow to stand shoulder to shoulder with threatened priest: The News Letter

Gangster's Dublin home raided in connection with Vinnie Ryan murder: Sunday World
Ken Foy

Orange Order plan to tackle drinking culture at parades: Irish News
Connla Young

Spotlight rests on RUC role in Loughinisland attack: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Each victim of 1976 Kingsmill massacre was shot up to 17 times in killing 'which bore all the hallmarks of a mass execution': Daily Mail
Charlie Moore

Paisley quoted UDR file 'verbatim' – HET: The News Letter

Coroner says named Kingsmill suspect could be 'at risk' but acknowledges free press: Irish News
Allison Morris

Kingsmill families 'wonder who to believe' after palm print breakthrough: Belfast Telegraph

Murphy appeared to be chief Kingsmills suspect in 1976: The News Letter

Derry teen killed by British Army wrongly described as 'Constable' in report: Derry Journal

How the IRA's smirking garda killers beat the murder charge: Irish Independent
Paul Williams

'Hooded Man' who allegedly aided IRA served book of evidence: The Irish Times

Victims have handled injustice with dignity: Irish News
Allison Morris

Leading loyalist William 'Plum' Smith dies: BBC

Martin McGuinness tribute to Ex-Red Hand Commando William 'Plum' Smith following death: Belfast Telegraph

Press freedom an imperative (Jun 6): Irish News
Editorial

Euro 2016 – Will Sinn Fein's McGuinness and DUP's Foster attend Northern Ireland's games in France together?: Belfast Telegraph

Michael Noonan endorses Project Eagle auction process: Irish Examiner
Eamon Quinn

Taoiseach says Department of Finance 'willing' to open books for €1.5bn NAMA property deal probe: Irish Independent
Ed Carty

Donald Trump is still welcome in Ireland: The Irish Times
Colum Kenny

Let's make an effort to show interest in the Irish language (Jun 7): Sunday World
Paddy Murray

Brexit threat causes alarm among Northern Irish border communities: The Guardian
Esther Adley

Foster 'squashes' rumours she is a secret Remain supporter: Belfast Telegraph

Northern Bishops warn of Brexit impact: Irish Catholic
Greg Daly

McAleese warns of Brexit dangers for Irish in the UK: Irish Independent
Sarah MacDonald

Long-standing Euro critics SF urge voters to back 'Bremain': Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Ireland should remain in EU even if Brussels tries to reintroduce water charges – SF senator: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan

Wednesday, June 8

NI paramilitaries – Independent panel suggests new decommissioning scheme: BBC
Mark Devenport

School visits by gunmen among measures proposed in report: The News Letter

Police "engage" with paramilitaries, rather than arrest them, report confirms: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Police should stop 'liaising with paramilitary chiefs during strife': Irish News
Allison Morris

Allister attacks 'toothless' paramilitary report: The News Letter

Opposition debates shift 'slap in face for democracy': Belfast Telegraph

Sectarianism is still the reality in the North, report claims: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Time for equal recognition of nationalist cultural identity: Irish News
Jim Gibney

Flag protocol back for the second year: Banbridge Leader

Loyalist group's new flag flown outside Belfast Catholic school: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Call for 'Ulster banner' to be hoisted above Stormont: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

PSNI accused of 'reneging on promises' over flags in Belfast: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

New bid to protect Twelfth buses in Greysteel: Derry Journal
Sheena Jackson

PSNI officers demand more staff: The News Letter

Punishment shootings on the rise, warns expert as latest attack is branded 'barbaric': Belfast Telegraph
Cate McCurry

Belfast priest Donegan won't be silenced by dissidents threats are posted online: Belfast Telegraph
Laura Abernethy

Bishop of Down and Connor – Threats to Fr Gary Donegan are 'a weak and cowardly act': Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Court challenge delays report into 1998 death of Real IRA man: Irish Examiner
Caroline O'Doherty

DUP man hails UDA gunman as 'outstanding' in leaked letter: The Sunday Life

Council row over Gospel preaching at People's Park: Ballymena Times

Man who took part in riot caught after posting a picture of himself on Facebook wearing same wig he wore during disorder, court hears: Belfast Live
Ashleigh Mcdonald

Winkie Rea released on bail following 'Boston Tapes' interview: Sunday World

Former IRA man McIntyre being investigated over six alleged offences: The News Letter

Boston Tapes – Police may seek immunity over interviews: BBC
Will Leitch

Families claim Tories are censoring 'Troubles' deaths files: Derry Journal

Report published on how to disband paramilitaries in North: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Stakeknife probe statement postponed to avoid Loughinisland report clash: Irish Independent
David Young

Jerry McCabe – three of detective's killers living in Limerick: The Irish Times
Colin Gleeson

Sinn Féin under pressure to reveal more details on McCabe fugitives: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle and Alan O'Keeffe

'For me, today is the same as 20 years ago' says Jerry McCabe's widow: Irish Examiner
Jimmy Woulfe

Garda Jerry McCabe memorial told – killers 'think they are republican heroes': The Irish Times
Kathryn Hayes

Colm Murphy interview was in the public interest (Jun 7): Irish News
Editorial

'Symbolic first' as new DUP mayor receives chains of office from Sinn Féin: BBC

Northern Ireland supporters relishing opportunity to enjoy Euro 2016: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Viewers in north blocked from Irish Euro's commentary by RTE: Irish News
Gareth McKeown

Governments plan high-level meeting after Brexit vote: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton and Harry McGee

DUP Brexit push may weaken UK – and sign party's death warrant: Irish Independent
David McWilliams

Poll – Brexit against wishes of Scots would not lead to backing for independence: The Herald
Daniel Sanderson

My British and European identities are intertwined: Financial Times
John Kay

MEP criticised for describing Israeli lobbyists as 'like a rash' (Jun 7): The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Tuesday, June 7

Foster stresses collective approach for new executive: Belfast Telegraph

Alliance baulk at joining opposition: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

How long will the Stormont honeymoon last?: BBC
Mark Devenport

Eastwood needs Nesbitt and Nesbitt needs Eastwood if SDLP and UUP are to survive: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Irish American support is critical to fresh start for Northern Ireland: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Máirtín Ó Muilleoir

Devolution to Belfast 'could aid' move for united Ireland: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty and Amanda Ferguson

Orange Order condemns 'moronic' attack on hall: Belfast Telegraph
Chris McCullough

Dungiven Orange Parade – Welcome as numbers reduced: Derry Journal
Sheena Jackson

Fr Gary Donegan – Belfast priest under threat from dissidents: Irish News
Claire Simpson

New Lord Mayor blasts 'deluded' intimidation of priest and community workers: The News Letter

August bonfire linked to surge in anti-social behaviour: Belfast Media
Evan Short

Appeals for Policing Board to postpone meeting that clashes with Loughinisland probe: Irish News
Allison Morris

High profile loyalist Winston Rea denies murders of Catholic workmen: Belfast Live
Alan Erwin

Ulster loyalist's murder case 'a cynical attempt to protect police': The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Ian Paisley's dossier about Kingsmill was 'doctored': Irish News
Allison Morris

Oral Assembly question on Kingsmills rejected: The News Letter

Kingsmill – Survivor Alan Black's fears of a greater 'dirty secret': Irish News
Claire Simpson

Unionists react angrily to IRA 'ethnic cleansing' border plan: Irish News
Allison Morris

Chief Constable admits defeat over publication of Kingsmills palm print claims: The News Letter

Public interest in Kingsmill is shining a light into dark corners of South Armagh's bloody war: Irish News
Allison Morris

'Truth is out at last' – Harry Thornton's widow speaks out after inquest concludes: The Cross Examiner

Jerry McCabe had forewarned of 'dangerous men in the area': Irish Examiner
Jimmy Woulfe

'If you walk up to a car and shoot indiscriminately, that is murder': Herald.ie
Paul Williams

'Adams knows who sanctioned Jerry's murder. The pain never goes away': Irish Independent
Paul Williams and Wayne O'Connor

The dreaded knock on Ann McCabe's door...: Irish Examiner
Jimmy Woulfe

Two decades after this killing, Sinn Féin's leader is still sitting in Dáil Éireann keeping schtum: Irish Independent
Gerry Gregg

Legacy cases cast a shadow over Sinn Féin peace lectures: Irish News
Fionnuala O Connor

'For years we were only thing stopping two communities slaughtering one another': Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

'Sinn Féin committed to promotion of Irish language' – Murphy: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Abortion and Northern Ireland – the human rights abuse that we all ignore: New Statesman
Natika Halil

Sectarian tensions fear over return of customs: Belfast Telegraph
Philip Ryan and Sam Lister

Brexit or Remain? I'm torn between the two – and the future's a risk either way: Irish Independent
Mary Kenny

DUP dismiss chancellor's Brexit border fears: ITV

Here we go again – Brexit will lead to fresh Scottish independence bid, warns SNP: Daily Express
Joey Millar

Success on the pitch would be the perfect way for resurgent Rangers to confound those who choose to demonise club: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Monday, June 6

UUP leader Mike Nesbitt calls for SDLP to work as Stormont opposition 'co-equals': BBC

Stormont's new era will give us real government or a real crisis (May 25): TheDetail.tv
Steven McCaffery

Bertie Ahern's views on the north are worth hearing: Irish News
Deaglan de Breadun

Sinn Fein MEP Matt Carthy calls for 'transitional' united Ireland with devolved government in north: Irish News
Brian Campbell

Protest held calling for an end to 'punishment attacks': The News Letter
Gemma Murray

PSNI investigating sectarian attack on Co Antrim Orange Hall: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice and Chris Kilpatrick

Portadown and Banbridge flags protocol renewed: The News Letter

Cowards in fancy dress with masculinity issues (Jun 4): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Kennedy

High profile loyalist Winston Rea charged with two murders: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Tories accused of censoring files on people killed in the Troubles: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

IRA plot to 'ethnically cleanse' border after Kingsmill: Irish News
Allison Morris

Kingsmill massacre – Even after 40 years there are still those who would seek to keep details secret: Irish News
Allison Morris

Suspects for callous Jerry McCabe killing still on the run 20 years later: Irish Independent
Paul Williams

We can't ignore plight of Troubles bereaved (May 19): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Belfast Somme event will be special and poignant – Hutchinson: The News Letter

Memorial to Fermanagh's VC soldiers unveiled in Enniskillen: BBC

Diplomatic solution to transforming north's civil service (Jun 1): Irish News
Jarlath Kearney

I'll fight for LGBT rights, vows Sinn Fein woman set to be first gay deputy mayor (May 31): Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Baptism barrier in schools here to stay: Irish Independent
Katherine Donnelly

Irish President visits Oval during Ulster visit: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Ireland is finally recognising the potential of its diaspora (Apr 12): The Irish Times
Enda Delaney

Project Eagle casts a long shadow over Nama: Irish Independent
Peter Flanagan

€1.6bn Nama deal in the spotlight as two freed in fraud probe (Jun 2): Irish Independent
John Mulgrew and Gordon Deegan

Twitter reacts after Three advises Irish woman to 'translate name into English' (May 30): Irish Independent
Catherine Devine

Osborne – Brexit would bring 'economic shock' to Northern Ireland: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Tories turn ill-advised Brexit campaign into a blood sport (Jun 1): Irish News
Brian Feeney

Sunday, June 5

Young republicans praised for offering to clean vandalised war memorial: Belfast Live
Chris Kilpatrick

Sectarian vandals should end up in court: Irish News
Editorial

Martin McGuinness's Somme gesture will be rejected by his enemies on both sides (Jun 3)): Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Glenariff project "frozen" by DUP "call in": Ballymoney Times

Loyalist Communities Council chairman at Lambeth Palace: Carrick Times

Irish in Britain being 'lovebombed' into staying in EU – but why?: TheJournal.ie
Bryce Evans

Brexit could spark violence in the North: Sunday Independent
Philip Ryan and Jim Cusack

Theresa Villiers's wishful thinking on Brexit will not keep the border open (Jun 1): Irish News
John Manley

Any re-erection of barriers on island would be sheer madness: Belfast Telegraph
Dennis Kennedy

Borders only cause arguments: Irish World
Brian Kennedy

Irish interfering with Brexit – Let British decide for themselves (Jun 2): Irish Examiner
Editorial

Dressing child up as dissident terrorist to take part in an illegal parade is inexcusable and disgraceful (Jun 2): Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Sinn Féin uses new language to describe its vision for Irish unity: TheDetail.tv
Steven McCaffery

The Northern Irish – Programmed for Discord: Huffington Post
Brian John Spencer

Birmingham pub bombers killed my dad – and my mum died of a broken heart: Birmingham Mail
Mike Lockley

Don't let the guilty get away with it: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Who is Colm Murphy? (Jun 4): Irish News
Gareth McKeown

'Troubles' killing – Bid to clear the name of a 'forgotten victim': Derry Journal
Eamon Sweeney

Ex-INLA man is prime suspect in Pickard case: The Kerryman
Simon Brouder

A reminder that blessed are the peacemakers: Orange County Register
Carl M. Cannon

Presbyterians face a stark choice – Adapt or stagnate: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

'Time to move Narrow Water Bridge from concept to reality' – Adams: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Lights will go out in Mid Ulster warning from MP: Tyrone Times

'An Garda Siochana has lots of things to change... dissent is not disloyalty' – Garda Commissioner (Jun 2): Irish Independent
Geraldine Gittens

Ridiculing Nationalists as though they're some problematic sub-species has become mainstream: Sunday Herald
Angela Haggerty

Sunday, June 5

Young republicans praised for offering to clean vandalised war memorial: Belfast Live
Chris Kilpatrick

Sectarian vandals should end up in court: Irish News
Editorial

Martin McGuinness's Somme gesture will be rejected by his enemies on both sides (Jun 3)): Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Glenariff project "frozen" by DUP "call in": Ballymoney Times

Loyalist Communities Council chairman at Lambeth Palace: Carrick Times

Irish in Britain being 'lovebombed' into staying in EU – but why?: TheJournal.ie
Bryce Evans

Brexit could spark violence in the North: Sunday Independent
Philip Ryan and Jim Cusack

Theresa Villiers's wishful thinking on Brexit will not keep the border open (Jun 1): Irish News
John Manley

Any re-erection of barriers on island would be sheer madness: Belfast Telegraph
Dennis Kennedy

Borders only cause arguments: Irish World
Brian Kennedy

Irish interfering with Brexit – Let British decide for themselves (Jun 2): Irish Examiner
Editorial

Dressing child up as dissident terrorist to take part in an illegal parade is inexcusable and disgraceful (Jun 2): Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Sinn Féin uses new language to describe its vision for Irish unity: TheDetail.tv
Steven McCaffery

The Northern Irish – Programmed for Discord: Huffington Post
Brian John Spencer

Birmingham pub bombers killed my dad – and my mum died of a broken heart: Birmingham Mail
Mike Lockley

Don't let the guilty get away with it: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Who is Colm Murphy? (Jun 4): Irish News
Gareth McKeown

'Troubles' killing – Bid to clear the name of a 'forgotten victim': Derry Journal
Eamon Sweeney

Ex-INLA man is prime suspect in Pickard case: The Kerryman
Simon Brouder

A reminder that blessed are the peacemakers: Orange County Register
Carl M. Cannon

Presbyterians face a stark choice – Adapt or stagnate: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

'Time to move Narrow Water Bridge from concept to reality' – Adams: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Lights will go out in Mid Ulster warning from MP: Tyrone Times

'An Garda Siochana has lots of things to change... dissent is not disloyalty' – Garda Commissioner (Jun 2): Irish Independent
Geraldine Gittens

Ridiculing Nationalists as though they're some problematic sub-species has become mainstream: Sunday Herald
Angela Haggerty

Saturday, June 4

'Notting Hill Carnival' solution to Twaddell is considered: Belfast Media
Evan Short

Dungiven Orange Parade – Fears of protest: Derry Journal
Sheena Jackson

Belfast city centre rally to protest at brutality of paramilitary 'punishment' attacks: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

New executive is moving towards a one-party system: Irish News
Patrick Murphy

UKIP claim alleged racist attacks on locals are rising: Portadown Times

Charges against Donnelly dismissed: Derry Journal

Sinn Fein youth activists offer to carry out clean-up at vandalised Belfast war memorial: Belfast Telegraph
Angela Rainey

Sectarian vandals should end up in court: Irish News
Editorial

Loyalists get it right in left red hand debate: The News Letter

Break down barriers of division in Northern Ireland, says Tommy Bowe (Jun 1): Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bradley

Ex-IRA man – I'll tell Birmingham pub inquest what I know if I am granted immunity: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

At last we can find out how our loved ones died in the Birmingham pub bombings: The Guardian
Julie Hambleton

First Minister Arlene Foster wants prosecution over atrocity: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Palm print on Kingsmill getaway van belongs to Colm Murphy: Irish News

Kingsmills families raise question of 'police ineptitude on an epic scale': The News Letter

Stakeknife probe and Loughinisland murder investigation details to be released on the same day: BBC

Maetig rubbishes reports of payouts for IRA victims: Libya Herald

Loyalist raps police over 'pointless questioning': Belfast Telegraph
Angela Rainey

BBC will not reveal fee for pundit Jude Collins who said Boys' Brigade like terrorists: Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Fein's McGuinness in tribute to all soldiers from Ireland who fell at the Somme: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Somme anniversary an opportunity to build understanding: Irish News
Editorial

Political gestures give hope for future: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Gay blood – Foster 'very happy' to back lifting of gay blood ban: BBC

End of gay blood ban should spur gay marriage law – Alliance MLA: The News Letter

Finance minister Máirtín Ó Muilleoir away on 'personal and ministerial' business: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Ó Muilleoir's department trying to keep Robinson material secret: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Nama arrests likely to stymie any Stormont inquiry: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Bertie Ahern – UK would have to reimpose Irish border after Brexit: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

EU referendum – Villiers 'wrong' over Brexit border claims: BBC
John Campbell

Sinn Fein 'campaigning vigorously' for Remain vote in referendum: Belfast Telegraph

Put simply, a Brexit will wreck the Northern Ireland economy: Belfast Telegraph
Peter Mandelson

Academic says EU referendum outcome could pose threat to the 'stability' of UK: The National (Scotland)
Andrew Learmonth

Britain Is Losing Its Religion, or at Least Its Official One: New York Times
Alan Cowell

Friday, June 3

Northern Ireland facing "another generation" of dissident republican violence, PSNI chief warns: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Paramilitary report's authors met dissident prisoners in Maghaberry: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Time for Martin McGuinness and Arlene Foster to shine: Irish News
Denis Bradley

North Belfast memorial to soldiers daubed in graffiti for second time in days: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Belfast Lord Mayor condemns 'utterly depraved' attack on war memorial: Irish News
John Monaghan

Bigots blamed for latest attack on World War One memorial: The News Letter

Nesbitt needs to worry about defections to DUP: Irish News
Alex Kane

Fingers pointed at 'wrong' red hand on loyalist Somme flag: Irish News
Allison Morris

Six PSNI officers arrested over suspected hate crime in Derry: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Man shot in leg near primary school: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Loyalist claims PSNI quizzed him on protest anthem rendition: Irish News
Connla Young

Jude Collins' Boys Brigade remarks 'deeply offensive' – MLA Beggs: Carrick Times
Victoria Leonard

Deluded Jude's whataboutery reaches new levels of absurdity: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

Northern Ireland's Children's Commissioner concern at children's presence at Lurgan dissident republican parade: Belfast Telegraph

Sick terror tour is a glorification of evil: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Glenariff – DUP halts £180k Glens community funding over 'IRA names on gates': BBC

Michael McGibbon widow's revulsion at plans for Belfast city tour from 'dissident perspective': Belfast Telegraph
Angela Rainey and Stephanie Bell

15,000 loyalists to march through Belfast city centre: Irish News
Connla Young

Hoax device left outside Wattlebridge Orange Hall an attempt to 'intimidate' local Protestants, claims Fermanagh County Grand Master: Impartial Reporter
Jonathan Rainey

Ford plays down significance of 'boring' Alliance leadership vote: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Winston 'Winkie' Rea – Police given extra time to question leading loyalist: BBC

Kingsmills inquest – First man on scene saw 'bullet casings being collected': BBC
Gordon Adair

Kingsmills live updates – 'I went to each body in turn to see if there was anything I could do', emotional account from first witness to 1976 atrocity: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

'Remember blame for Birmingham bombings lies with IRA' – Kennedy: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Birmingham inquest decision a step forward for families: Irish News
Editorial

For all his tedious SF language, McGuinness France visit is welcome: The News Letter
Editorial

Northern Ireland to lift ban on gay men donating blood: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

DUP ministers did not oppose lifting of gay blood ban: Irish News
John Manley

Sinn Féin urges Government to lift gay blood donor ban: The Irish Times
Sarah Bardon

Blood ban move shows new Executive resolve, minister says: Belfast Telegraph

Peter Weir – Education minister visits Irish language school Coláiste Feirste: BBC

Catholics more likely to vote to stay in EU than Protestants: Irish News
Gareth McKeown

Ireland's fear of the Brexit: Washington Post
Judy Dempsey

Second Spotlight Nama exposé at 'advanced stage': The News Letter
Sam McBride

Hand over all files on £1.2bn Nama deal, Finance Minister Mairtin O Muilleoir told as arrested pair bailed: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Euro 2016 – England and Northern Ireland flags fly in west Belfast street for football sweepstake: Belfast Telegraph

Alex Salmond insists Brexit against Scots' will would spark independence vote: The Herald

Thursday, June 2

Northern Ireland Executive to discuss panel's strategy for disbanding paramilitary groups: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Stormont's very existence actually weakens unionism: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Arlene Foster's recruiting call may be music to ears of those driven by a raw political ambition: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

42 years later, coroner reopens inquest into IRA bombings that killed 21 in Britain: Los Angeles Times
Christina Boyle

Birmingham pub bombings – Inquests reopened, as coroner says 'police missed warnings': Daily Telegraph
Ben Farmer,

Birmingham bomb hearings will bring no comfort, says ex-IRA man: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

Campaigners jubilant over pub bombings inquest decision: Birmingham Mail
Jane Tyler and Andy Richardson

Birmingham pub bombers are urged to 'do the right thing and come forward': Irish Independent
Richard Vernalls

Birmingham pub bombings – We name the man who masterminded the atrocity: Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

Birmingham pub bombings – Innocent man Paddy Hill jailed over attack speaks of 'first step' nearer truth: Belfast Telegraph
Alexander Britton

Relatives of pub bombing victims believe new inquests may help fill 'void': Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

West Midlands Police – We support reopening of Birmingham pub bombings inquests: Birmingham Mail
Graeme Brown

Birmingham pub bombings – Who are the Birmingham Six? What happened in the IRA attack? Everything you need to know: The Independent
Matt Payton

Decision to re-open Birmingham pub bombings inquests brings real hope for answers: Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

It would be a travesty of justice if the police, not the IRA, were in the dock over pub bombs: Daily Mail
Stephen Glover

I fear the Birmingham bombings inquest will only bring heartache: The Guardian
Chris Mullin

Bombing was the greater injustice – Murder inquests: Irish Examiner
Editorial

The Guardian view on the Birmingham bombings – never too late to seek the truth: The Guardian
Editorial

Birmingham bombings inquest – However long it takes for imperfect justice: The Irish Times
Editorial

Builders find transmitter in Ardoyne home just minutes before police swoop in to remove it: Irish News
Allison Morris

Fury at dissident exploitation of children during illegal Lurgan Easter Rising parade: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Commentator Jude Collins called to apologise after 'outrageous' comments: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Jude Collins says Boys' Brigade post on Twitter 'misinterpreted': Irish News

Concern over contentious Orange parade in Dungiven: Derry Journal
Sheena Jackson

DUP man is honoured to become city's Lord Mayor: The News Letter

Ex-RUC 'no longer assisting Troubles probes': UTV
Alan Erwin

McCord hails 'great victory for victims': Newtownabbey Times

Families 'stunned' at Kingsmills revelation: The News Letter

SAS killing – Martin Galvin praises 'true patriot' McBrearty: Derry Journal
Eamon Sweeney

'No evidence' MI5 and MI6 knew about Kincora: UTV

Martin McGuinness visits Menin Gate at Ypres as part of Somme visit: Belfast Telegraph

McGuinness is right to make WW1 battlefield trip, says ex-soldier: The News Letter

Northern Ireland flag chair removed from Tesco stores: Irish News
Gareth McKeown

Ex-Sinn Féin MLA Phil Flanagan to pay costs after failed legal battle over £50k libel award tweet: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Pair released in NAMA probe: UTV

Pro-Brexit Owen Paterson refutes Kenny's 'out of date' border control warnings: Belfast Telegraph
Margaret Canning

Theresa Villiers bluntly told she's wrong over post-Brexit border: Irish News
John Manley

Uncertainty hangs over border towns ahead of EU vote: Ulster Herald
Ryan McAleer

Prospect of border controls between Northern Ireland and Republic as a result of Brexit is 'repulsive and upsetting' – Labour politician: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Taoiseach warns Dáil motion calling for Irish to vote against Brexit 'could backfire': Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

How Northern Ireland could end up coming to Cameron's rescue in the EU referendum: Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

Theresa Villiers floundering on issue of border controls: Irish News
Editorial

Wednesday, June 1

Former MLA John McCallister tipped for Justice adviser position to Minister Claire Sugden: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Mixed reaction to Sugden's post: Ballymoney Times

Ignore the old begrudgers up on Hill, youth no valid reason to doubt Northern Ireland's new Justice Minister: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Senior Orangeman urges DUP and SF to 'grasp the nettle' on parading: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Flags will intimidate voters says Anderson: Banbridge Leader

Cllr Raymond Farrell officially back in DUP fold: Fermanagh Herald
Lauren Harte

Foster factor helps to hook a veteran of rural politics: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Burgess accuses Nesbitt of bad grace: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

SF war memorial 'moratorium': Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

DUP slam plans for republican monument in Magherafelt: Irish News
Connla Young

Car removed from Co Antrim bonfire site while row erupts over Eleventh night Derry council proposal: Belfast Telegraph

It would be reckless of Stormont to increase borrowing: The News Letter
Editorial

MI5 may have bugged RUC interrogation centre during the Troubles: Irish News
Connla Young

Northern Ireland police open new investigation into Kingsmill massacre: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Kingsmills inquest – PSNI reopen cold case after getaway van palm print match is found in police records: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Kingsmills probe shock: 'My first emotion is anger' says victim's relative: The News Letter

RUC man found own uncle amid Kingsmills carnage: The News Letter

High-profile loyalist Winston Rea arrested in relation to two Belfast murder investigations: Belfast Live
Chris Kilpatrick

Army shooting of van driver in 1971 was not necessary, rules coroner: The News Letter

Widow welcomes inquest ruling on Henry Thornton shot dead by Parachute regiment in 1971: Irish News
Allison Morris

'To the day Frannie Doyle died, she never got over death of her father at hands of IRA': Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Travers pays tribute after daughter of murdered magistrate dies: The News Letter

Garda Jerry McCabe anniversary to be marked with plaque: Irish Examiner
Sean O'Riordan

Inquiry told of British state 'collusion' in sex abuse at Belfast boys' home: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

MI5 'uncovered a VIP paedophile ring operating at a Belfast boys' home in the 1970s – but used information to blackmail the abusers rather than stop abuse': Daily Mail
Hugo Gye

Irish Language group to bring Executive to court: BBC

Trudeau does not defend actions of Canadian ambassador: The Irish Times
Ruadhán Mac Cormaic

Derry republican to visit grave of relative who died at Somme: Derry Journal

Nama probe – Two arrested by NCA over £1.2 billion assets sale: Belfast Telegraph
David Young and Ed Carty

Businessman Frank Cushnhan arrested by NCA in Nama probe: Irish News
Connla Young

Taoiseach rejects inquiry into sale of Nama portfolio: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Anger as Gaza runners denied Derry marathon visa: Derry Journal

EU referendum – 70% of unionists voting for Brexit: Belfast Telegraph

Brian Feeney – Hugh Orde's public criticism of Theresa Villiers 'quite remarkable': Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Pro-Brexit Sammy Wilson attacks ex-PSNI boss's 'scare tactics' on referendum: Belfast Telegraph

EU has brought us decades of peace – what Europe needs now is reform, not a Brexit: Irish Independent
Bertie Ahern



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