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Thursday, June 30

Call for UVF crackdown – Police federation demands get tough policy on loyalists: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Riots delay publication of peace reports: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

East Belfast flashpoint a result of political failure: The Irish Times
David Adams

Sinn Fein 'meeting' offer over McArdle: The News Letter

A tale of two mothers and the grief that never ends: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

Northern Ireland police say 650 republican terrorists are at large: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Police 'move out over terror fears': Belfast Telegraph

Are PSNI sitting ducks or calculating drakes?: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

Ministers silent over parades talks: The News Letter

PSNI crackdown on parade drinking: UTV

Mother of murdered officer Ronan Kerr accepts his university award: Belfast Telegraph

Colin Duffy bail plea adjourned: Belfast Telegraph

Bid to resolve Maghaberry Prison strip search issue: BBC

Derry men in 'confession evidence' test case: Derry Journal

Smithwick Tribunal – IRA gang 'sprayed car with bullets': The News Letter

Garda officer 'knew of death threats to RUC': UTV

Smithwick tribunal to report on RUC officers' murders: BBC

Kingsmills massacre to be reviewed: UTV

Gerry McGeough launches appeal for Queen's pardon: BBC

New questions on what Iris Robinson did the night her ex-lover's plan got green light: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

North needs promised financial package: Irish Post

Clash over Sammy Wilson's role in corporation tax talks: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Irish no matter which way you 'putt' it: Irish Echo
Editorial

Law 'will target parades' (Jun 29): The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Wednesday, June 29

President's Belfast visit to loyalist enclave marked by appeal for peace: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Francie Molloy is assembly's principal deputy speaker: BBC

Loyalists will continue to feel let down until they all wise up: Belfast Telegraph
Nuala McKeever

Paralysed Executive not pulling its weight for UK (Jun 25): Belfast Telegraph
Bill McKendry

'We are within striking distance of unity' – Derry SF chairperson: Derry Journal

McMonagle, McConalogue part of a new journey in peace initiative: Donegal Democrat

'Protect bridge from bombers' – Campbell: Derry Journal

McCrea challenged after GAA remarks: Belfast Telegraph

Mayor passes on Milk Cup parade: Derry Journal

Boy, 13, is injured in Village attack: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

Men plead guilty after 'Celtic shirt' attack: BBC

Man questioned over dissident Easter Monday rally: UTV

Body exhumed in area previously searched for 'disappeared' teenager: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty and Conor Lally

HET report shows RUC probe into young man's murder was a shambles: Belfast Media
Gráinne McWilliams

Vehicle sighted on day RUC men shot: The Irish Times
Carol Coulter

New Northern Ireland scheme to record people's experience of the Troubles (Jun 16): Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Cathy Hayes

Symbolic flags 'left up too long': Belfast Telegraph

SF rather than Ming & Co making the greater impression (Jun 22): Irish Independent
Shane Doran

Internet fears over Iris legal case: UTV

Sympathy for the Devil: Boston Irish Emigrant
Michael Norby

Time to make the corporation tax move (Jun 22): The News Letter
N R Greer

Hurling on Shankill (Jun 21): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Victim Lennon can help quel the hatred: TheDetail.tv
Chris Moore

Weir says Scots would be 'foolish' to turn down Team GB football team (Jun 26): Scotland on Sunday
Richard Bath

Peter Hain warns banning Welsh MPs from English votes will 'destroy' Union (Jun 27): Western Mail
Martin Shipton

Tuesday, June 28

Area's top cop defends actions at loyalist protest: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Riots 'not due to investment lack': Evening Herald
Michael McHugh

Belfast riots hit city trade (Jun 26): Sunday Business Post

There is 'no peace process' in Short Strand: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

Bleak future for youths who flunk history test: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Put the questions to the politicians: Belfast Media
Editorial

Belfast rioters' legal aid cost £34,000: BBC

Sectarian gangs making park a no-go area: Belfast Media
Kieran Hughes

McGuinness happy to share in dead heat with Robinson: Derry Journal

Robinson is playing a canny hand: The News Letter
Alex Kane

The winds of change blow us into uncharted waters: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Time for Empire to strike back – South must rejoin Britain: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Bomb factory linked to previous finds – Garda: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Brady

Anger at botched bomb attack: Belfast Media
Ciara Quinn

Hard work and dialogue in areas where parade passed off quietly: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Orangemen double Drumcree protests: Portadown Times

Justice Minister David Ford reviewing ombudsman report: BBC

PSNI chief Matt Baggott 'part of massacre cover-up': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Police to re-examine evidence in sectarian murder of Rory McIlroy's great uncle: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Cathal Dervan

Stan appeals for witnesses to killing of his dad on Falls Road to come forward: Belfast Media
Ciara Quinn

We can't lock away our past if we want to create a future (Jun 22): Belfast Telegraph
Roy Garland

Following IRA's bloody track from the Bandon Valley to south Armagh (Jun 26): Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

McCrea's GAA tweets spark outrage: UTV

Tweet storm DUP man remains defiant: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley Houston

Making my decision on running for Irish president – weighing the pros and cons: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

Unified charter of rights sought for island of Ireland: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Businesses urged to get behind Derry City of Culture (Mar 29): Belfast Telegraph

Is a new tranche of peace money on the cards for NI?: BBC
Mark Devenport

Why the Tories are wrong about the Irish bailout: Guardian.co.uk
Lisa O'Carroll

LibDem leader says independence possible (Jun 26): Sunday Herald
Tom Gordon

Monday, June 27

Loyalists threaten to turn posh Bangor into the Short Strand (Jun 26): (from the Sunday World)
Suzanne Breen

Belfast needs a vision for the future to get past cultural divides: Irish Independent
Maurice Hayes

The social roots of Belfast's riots: Guardian.co.uk
Gareth Mulvenna

The truth about Belfast's riots: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Parades body to discuss flashpoints with Robinson and McGuinness: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Gardai foil dissident bomb plot: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

'MI5 tried to recruit me' (Jun 20): Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

SF to decide on presidential candidate next month: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Cross-border access for Claudy bomb probe urged (Jun 23): Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Our last chance to find out the truth: Portadown Times

Inquests will be "front and centre" in dealing with the past – Attorney General (Jun 19): TheDetail.tv
Barry McCaffrey

Charting the way forward on human rights: The Irish Times
Monica McWilliams

Double killer Tony Doherty can challenge bouncer rules (May 17): BBC

City welcome for troops 'on cards': The News Letter

Molloy's Linfield remarks slammed (Jun 25): Belfast Telegraph
Patrice Dougan

Derry peace bridge seen as uniting force in divided city: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Bridging the divide – pupils bring touching dignity to landmark's opening: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Nine Irish in NI apply to be British: Londonderry Sentinel

Why Google has brought an ex-gangster to Dublin (Jun 25): The Irish Times
Jamie Smyth

EU peace money 'possible' says European commissioner: BBC

FF and FG tribal split traced back to 12th century: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Why should we pay Ireland for its wind?: Daily Telegraph
Christopher Booker

School patronage – The end of the beginning and a long way to go (Jun 25): Irish Examiner
Michael Clifford

Debate over choice of religious education could be informed by teaching of Irish (Apr 19): The Irish Times
Kevin Williams

Why the Press is the cornerstone of society (Jun 22): Belfast Telegraph
Mike Gilson

Visit by Queen praised by Ó Muircheartaigh: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Don't kill anti-sectarian bill (Jun 26): Sunday Herald
Editorial

SNP can make their message mainstream (Jun 26): Scotland on Sunday
Jennifer Dempsie

Cameron must fight harder for the Union (May 19): The Scotsman
David Torrance

Sunday, June 26

'Beast of East' gains support after rioting: Sunday Independent
Alan Murray

Sectarianism dogs desire for shared future: (from the Sunday Times)
Liam Clarke

Rory's a hero for all of us, but my homeland is as divided as ever: The Guardian
Sean O'Hagan

Rory's flag master stroke is a defeat for eejitry everywhere: Sunday Independent
Declan Lynch

McIlroy hype cut short by blame game (Jun 25): The Irish Times
Mick Heaney

Seeds of sectarianism have germinated (Jun 24): The News Letter
Ian Paisley

Assembly calls for closer co-operation between London and Dublin: Irish Post
Graham Clifford

Where was Special Branch in Loughinisland massacre?: TheDetail.tv
Barry McCaffrey

O'Loan definition of collusion 'radically different' to successor's (Jun 25): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

A bloodbath lost among daily slayings: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Riot accused bailed despite police fears: UTV

Hackballscross search uncovers 'bomb making' material: BBC

Coleshill flags 'to be removed by mid-August': Impartial Reporter
Julie Kenwell

Marchers and residents commended at peaceful parade: UTV

DUP 'blocks' hunger strike event (Jun 24): The News Letter

Every day I have to check for bombs under my car, but I still love my job . . . (Jun 25): Irish Independent
John Meagher

'Justice has been done' in Facebook threat case (Jun 24): The News Letter

O'Dowd's green prism distorts his vision of the Aras: Sunday Independent
John-Paul McCarthy

I ditched Irish flag but I'm a patriot, says Avril (Jun 24): Evening Herald
Cormac Murphy

Derry's Peace Bridge opened: UTV

Bridge to tomorrow (Jun 24): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Denver – my torment over sectarian slur: Ballymena Times

Fair play is the least I should expect for my licence fee (Jun 19): Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Bishops reject portrayal of religious belief as 'divisive' (Jun 25): The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Sectarianism bill revised timetable outlined: BBC

U-turn on anti-sectarian Bill fuels charge of incompetence (Jun 24): The Scotsman
Editorial

Saturday, June 25

SDLP's Conal McDevitt hits out at Robinson's cross-community claims: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

DUP's Peter Robinson plans appeal to Catholic voters: BBC
Mark Devenport

Message is clear – nobody will listen to old stereotypes: Belfast Telegraph
Peter Robinson

East Belfast riots – Police say 16-year-old was shot: BBC

UVF mired in a deadly game of brinkmanship: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

In this part of Belfast, no one seems willing to forget the past: Guardian.co.uk
Owen Bowcott

Ancient hatreds mask Stormont's current challenge: The Spectator
David Blackburn

Fears of violence allayed as march passes off peacefully: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Tension high ahead of Belfast parade: RTE

Orange Order say parade will be without incident: Belfast Telegraph
Connla Young

Order hails monarch in Twelfth resolutions: The News Letter

Pair deny murdering soldiers at Massereene: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Higgins

Newry bomb suspect Ciaran Farrell denies charge: BBC

Bomb accused enters plea without a lawyer: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Relatives outraged by UVF pub massacre findings: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

PSNI 'sorry' over Loughinisland failings: The News Letter

Loughinisland – the Ombudsman's report – but key issues remain unaddressed: TheDetail.tv
Barry McCaffrey

Incompetent policing is not same as conspiracy: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

Dundalk had '400 paramilitaries' (Jun 24): The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Adams' words are laudable, his actions laughable: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Family of murdered republican calls for removal of Minister's assistant: The Irish Times
Paul Cullen

Boston College – Misfeasance, Rounding the Corner Toward Malfeasance: HistoryNewsNetwork.US
Chris Bray

Call for cross-border police co-operation: Londonderry Sentinel

Gardai are still paid more than the PSNI: Irish Independent

Hopes of new beginning as Derry Peace Bridge opens: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid and Donna Deeney

No action over sectarian songs: The News Letter

Neil Lennon – I want to lead Republic of Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Ruaidhri O'Connor

'Whitey' arrest recalls Gloucester IRA gun run: Gloucester Times
Andrea Holbrook

The last act in an Irish tragedy: Boston Globe
James Carroll

An Irish-American president can bring in millions of tourists (Jun 22): The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

Church under fire on school plans (Jun 23): Irish Independent
Katherine Donnelly

The lessons of Quebec's quest for independence (Jun 23): The Herald
Iain Macwhirter

Republican groups vow to disrupt Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's tour of Canada: Daily Telegraph
Gordon Rayner

Friday, June 24

Robinson – I'm stepping up campaign to attract more Catholic voters: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Robinson and UVF meet in peace talks: UTV

East Belfast riots – 'heated exchanges' at meeting: BBC

East Belfast riots 'a wake-up call', says Baggott: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Two held over Belfast riots: UTV

Parades Commission blamed for clashes: Belfast Telegraph
Bob Malcolm

Is Holy Cross a place we really want to return to?: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Why Belfast is ablaze: The Spectator
Anne Dawson

The bogeymen return: The Economist

What madness is this?: The Irish Times
Editorial

BC archives case heading for U.S. Supreme Court?: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Talking about the past as the present erupts on the streets: Belfast Telegraph
Mike Gilson

Peace-builders are told 'not to hide from past': Londonderry Sentinel

Police 'failed families' of those killed in UVF pub massacre: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Families of Loughinisland victims vow to fight on as report into bar massacre rules out collusion: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Loughinisland – Tight-knit community brought even closer in face of adversity: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Why did the Nelson Inquiry not mention collusion? (May 29): TheDetail.tv
Barry McCaffrey

Murdered RUC officer relaxed about security, inquiry told: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Tribal bigotry is not a response to IRA violence – it was there before (Jun 23): Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

HET report links guns to IRA attacks: The News Letter

Newtown against only Defenders' march: Impartial Reporter
Julie Kenwell

RAAD 'acting like Nazi secret police': Derry Journal

Golf, Rory McIlroy and Northern Irish Identity (Jun 22): Bloomberg.com
Glenn Patterson

Golf geography behind Rory's win: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

McIlroy's right to choose who he represents should be respected: Irish Examiner
Matt Cooper

Why did these Yanks care what religion Rory is?: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

A sweet friendship turns sour: Irish Examiner
Ryle Dwyer

Over 90pc felt Queen's visit was a success: Irish Independent
Fionnán Sheahan

Cairde Na hÉireann's United Ireland march goes ahead with no objections: Hamilton Advertiser
Chris Clements

Salmond bows to pressure on anti-sectarianism laws: The Herald
Robbie Dinwoodie

Tory MSP's claim of 'state-sponsored conditioning of sectarianism' sparks fury: The Scotsman
Scott Macnab

A red card for the British Olympic Association (Jun 22): The Herald
Editorial

Thursday, June 23

Tensions still high in east Belfast as political leaders intervene: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty & Dan Keenan

Interface task force to tackle east Belfast violence: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Fury at Belfast rioters: Daily Express
Giles Sheldrick

Republicans blamed for shooting of press photographer in riots: Irish Independent
Luke Byrne and Michael McHugh

Riots demand 'serious attention from Government': The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Riot arrest amid tense city stand-off: UTV

Sinister UVF figure a key catalyst of Belfast violence: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Loyalist view of east Belfast flashpoint violence: BBC

Is UVF's 'Beast in the East' behind new wave of riots?: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Short Strand – An enclave stranded in a sea of loyalist hatred: The Independent
David McKittrick

Belfast riots – a setback for area barely reshaped by peace process: Guardian.co.uk
Owen Bowcott

Rioting, gunmen and goodbye to the new Northern Ireland: (from the Daily Mail)
Suzanne Breen

City violence is worse than pointless: The News Letter
Nick Garbutt

Northern Ireland Riots Test Peace Process: Bloomberg.com
Colm Heatley

Belfast riots are an own goal: Guardian.co.uk
Fionola Meredith

Brave officers in no-win situation: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Belfast riots – Focus on root causes: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Rory McIlroy – Northern Ireland deserves peace: Belfast Telegraph

Role model saddened by violence on streets: Irish Independent
Breda Heffernan

Don't call off trips, tour chiefs tell visitors: Belfast Telegraph
Patrice Dougan

Facebook poster convicted of menacing DUP MP: The Irish Times
George Jackson

Police wear poppies at republican rally: (from the Daily Mirror)
Suzanne Breen

Man convicted over Facebook threats: UTV

SF Kingsmills claims 'simply beggar belief': The News Letter

SF – Kingsmills families need truth 'like other victims': BBC

Garda was not an IRA informer, inquiry told: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Smithwich Tribunal – IRA man 'in station on day of ambush': The News Letter

New era for divided city: The News Letter
Audrey Watson

'This man is no friend of ours': Irish Independent
Sam Smyth

Delight at 'wonderful' meeting with Thatcher: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

O'Dowd can tap valuable support of Irish Americans: The Irish Times
Bruce Morrison

Cycle of futility that is Fenianism knows no end: Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

Olympic GB team no problem, says Northern Ireland manager: Belfast Telegraph
Graham Luney

Olympic claims of arrogance by Celtic nations are misplaced: Daily Telegraph
Brian Moore

Olympic football – The national game: The Guardian
Editorial

Play fair, IFA: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Councillors vote to bar Orange Lodge members from laying wreath at Forfar Cross (Jun 16): The Courier (Dundee)

Wednesday, June 22

Violence erupts in Belfast for second night as hundreds clash: The Independent
David McKittrick

New riots break out in Belfast – More shots fired as violence erupts again between rival factions: Daily Mail

East Belfast street violence 'orchestrated' by UVF: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Press photographer shot in leg during Belfast riots: Belfast Telegraph

Man's skull fractured in Belfast riots: UTV

Device thrown at police landrover in west Belfast: BBC

East Belfast interface – a familiar pattern continues: BBC
Conor Spackman

McIlroy euphoria dampened by Belfast violence: BBC
Mark Devenport

Northern Irish disturbances that mar wider progress: The Independent
Editorial

After the glory comes the shame: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

'McArdle should have got sack': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

McArdle must reveal murder details – MP: The News Letter

War of words on McArdle appointment rumbles on: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

DUP MLAs rebuke Paisley Jr: The News Letter

Taoiseach plans to visit North soon: The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

Seek best way to unite Ireland: Derry Journal
Andrew McCartney

What unites us all is wanting to live in peace: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

'Sectarian' attack on Derry family's home: BBC

Footballer 'cleared of sectarian chanting': The News Letter

Call to SF on city name issue: Derry Journal

Boston College fights legal bid over IRA interviews: BBC
Chris Page

IRA blamed for 'sectarian slaughter' of 10 at Kingsmill: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

IRA killers ordered 'to leave no one alive': The Scotsman

Kingsmills families want killers named: The News Letter

Kingsmills IRA massacre familes consider civil action against suspects: Belfast Telegraph
Connla Young

Smithwick Tribunal – 'Gardai were in pay of top republican': The News Letter

Murdered officer suggested gardaí 'on payroll': The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Stakeknife shadow leaves Smithwick in a dark place: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

Peace deal 'means 1973 murder accused should not face trial': Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Shot soldier Gary Barlow will not receive bravery award: BBC

WikiLeaks envoy unfazed by Ritchie row: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Actor Jude Law on flying visit to plan Derry peace gig: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Queen and Obama visits 'well worth' €20m cost: Irish Independent

SFA, Welsh and Irish furious at 'historic' GB football team claim: The Scotsman
Alan Pattullo

SFA fury at British Olympic team claim SFA furious over Team GB bid: The Herald
Jody Harrison

London 2012 Olympics – Celtic nations cry foul as BOA announces go-ahead for Great Britain football team: Daily Telegraph
Paul Kelso

Tuesday, June 21

Plea for calm as riot rages in east Belfast: The Independent
Steven McCaffery

Sectarian clashes in east Belfast: UTV

'Shots fired during east Belfast riots': The News Letter

Explosive device thrown at police: Belfast Telegraph

Houses attacked after band parade: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Loyalist anger raises danger: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Do we all have a role to play in Ardoyne?: TheDetail.tv
Will Maloney

Holy Cross changed kids world perception: Belfast Media
Kieran Hughes

Dissidents steal trucks worth €240k: Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keeffe

Six held after drink swoop: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

NI men arrested in Garda dissident republican probe: BBC

Marian Price sent to Maghaberry for "operational reasons" (May 15): TheDetail.tv
Barry McCaffrey

Family's fear for brother in jail: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

Irish terror arrests on the increase: Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keeffe

SDLP must address its identity crisis ... quickly: Belfast Telegraph
Robin Wilson

McArdle refused to assist in review of Travers murder: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray and Noel McAdam

Misfeasance: HistoryNewsNetwork.US
Chris Bray

Loughinisland report due on Friday: UTV

Docklands bomb victim joins IRA survivors in Northern Ireland: The Wharf
Louisa Emery

IRA victims unite in call for funding move: The News Letter

Breakthrough for Slane family: Belfast Media
Ciara Quinn

Landmark conference aiming to find truth from past: Belfast Telegraph

Talks on Belfast parade for troops: London Evening Standard

Cllr 'insulted' over army invite: Belfast Media
Ciara Quinn

O'Dowd to seek SF and FF endorsements for the Aras (Jun 19): Sunday Business Post
Niamh Connolly

O'Dowd's campaign to be President hits snag: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

Editor defiant as primate disowns paper's remarks on victims report duo: Belfast Telegraph
Catherine Lynagh

Rory's US Open win unites NI's politicians: BBC
Gareth Gordon

Schoolchildren play hurling game in loyalist heartland: Belfast Telegraph
Connla Young

Continental Airlines denies Dublin tax break claim: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Energy accord at British-Irish Council: UTV

Royals invited to the Kingdom: Irish Examiner
Anne Lucey

Police close case on student Lennon prankster: The Scotsman
Karl Mansfield

Monday, June 20

United Ireland 'front and centre' of SF agenda: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

'Traitors' – Martin Galvin's Rap for 'Sell Out' by Sinn Féin (Jun 19): (from the Sunday World)
Suzanne Breen

Parades ruling 'led to violence': The News Letter

Police deal with east Belfast trouble: UTV

Commons is not superior to assembly: The News Letter
Alex Kane

NI ministers at London British-Irish meeting: BBC

Economy to top British-Irish Council agenda: RTE

Tale of the tape pits law against history (Jun 19): (from the Sunday Times)
Liam Clarke

Loughinisland – collusion or myth? (Mar 28): TheDetail.tv
Barry McCaffrey

DUP says sorry over minute's silence snub: The News Letter

Archbishop Alan Harper apologises over CGP comments: BBC

McIlroy's triumph is one for us all: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

One's horse tipped for Derby, but does it mean a second visit?: Irish Independent
Louise Hogan

Mixed emotions as Queen moved the goalposts (Jun 15): Sligo Champion
Marian Harkin

Royals in front line for our republic (May 4): Irish Echo

School patronage debate 'is about quality of faith': Irish Independent
John Cooney

Patronage forum – Bishops tighten grip on schools: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Adams sees the funny side to internment (Jun 18): The Irish Times

'Don't stay silent on Corporation Tax' – Nesbitt: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

The future of a whole generation is at stake (Jun 18): Belfast Telegraph
George Quigley

A step forward on corporation tax (Jun 18): The Herald
Kate Devlin

Ireland's love of print can survive the worst of recessions (May 16): Guardian.co.uk
Dan Sabbagh

Britain offers to subsidise Irish wind farm industry (Jun 18): The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

Peaceful end to Orange Order parade in York: The Press (York)
Dan Bean

Sunday, June 19

Northern Catholics 'don't want' united Ireland: Sunday Independent
Jerome Reilly

Is Catholic support for a united Ireland on the wane?: Belfast Telegraph
Connla Young

Larne GAA hall targeted in 'hate crime': UTV

NI – Call for sectarianism prevention laws: RTE

Setting our children free from mistakes of the past: Belfast Telegraph
Trevor Ringland

'I'll hunt down the man who shot me': Sunday Sun
Andy Hughes

Source of garda collusion claims has died: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

In this place, the walls say it all: Irish Echo
Anthony Neeson

Four officers hurt in Ardoyne clash: UTV

Partially exploded device removed from Annalong: BBC

'Nothing found' during Newry alert: UTV

Investigation after two bombs found in Bray: RTE

'We moved a mountain' – one year on from Saville (Jun 15): Derry Journal

Flanagan dismisses front page splash as 'non-story': Impartial Reporter

Polarising caricatures of Irishness must be consigned to history: Sunday Independent
Paul Colton

Church of Ireland Primate rebukes magazine over 'spoilt children' attack on Presbyterian minister: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Harrison

Lenihan's burial site reveals old mysteries of faith and language: Sunday Independent
John-Paul McCarthy

O'Dowd gets top marks for effort (Jun 17): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Bishops challenge Quinn over transfer of school patronage (Jun 18): The Irish Times
Seán Flynn

Orange Order marches through streets of York: BBC

Ex-Rangers stopper Bert Konterman insists he can help heal the Old Firm divide after becoming a lay preacher (Jun 16): Scottish Daily Record
David McCarthy

'Don't pick on us,' says new owner of Rangers: Scotland on Sunday
Tom English

Saturday, June 18

Survey deals blow to Sinn Féin hopes of united Ireland: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Sinn Féin holding united Ireland conference: RTE

Dwindling support for a United Ireland?: BBC
Shane Harrison

United Ireland – what has changed: BBC
Mark Devenport

Up hill and down dail for Gerry Adams to unite Ireland: The Australian
Ross Fitzgerald

Douglas pulls the rug out from under Allister's feet: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

McArdle 'got job due to prison link': The News Letter

Marchers and police clash at Tour of North parade in Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Cash left to inform – claim: Derry Journal

Bid to halt Massereene murders case fails: BBC

Derry bomb pair may act as lawyers: UTV

Troubles victims 'losing confidence': The News Letter

'Gazette' editorial criticises Bradley: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Tandragee killer mounts new legal bid: UTV

Kingsmills – Six named in HET report: The News Letter

Kingsmills was "sectarian savagery": The News Letter

Kingsmills – the report: UTV
Sharon O'Neill

Families hail 'brilliant' day of celebration – one year on: Derry Journal

Bloody Sunday cover-up continues? (Jun 16): (from the Derry News)
Eamonn McCann

The IRA hunger strike and Fleet Street's graveyard of truth: Guardian.co.uk
Roy Greenslade

Chancellor – corporation tax decision due in autumn: BBC

Tax rate powers would let us control our own destiny: Belfast Telegraph
Arlene Foster

Sinn Fein's O'Dowd says bright kids must rise to the top in Northern Ireland education system: Belfast Telegraph
Lindsay Fergus

The Kingdom will remain United – in Ireland, at least: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Unionists have a fight on their hands to beat independence (May 12): The Herald
Editorial

Salmond accused of rushing Scottish religious bigotry bill: Guardian.co.uk
Severin Carrell

The legal view on new football hooliganism bill: The Scotsman
Paul McBride

Friday, June 17

Survey – Most Northern Ireland Catholics want to remain in UK: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Robinson 'rebukes' Paisley Jnr: BBC

'I'd still hire Mary McArdle', says Culture Minister Caral Ni Chuilin: Belfast Telegraph
Steven Beacom

Rights group claims police watchdog not fit for purpose: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Police Ombudsman Al Hutchinson saddled with criticism: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

IRA behind Kingsmills attack – report: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Probe points to police failures in the wake of IRA massacre at Kingsmills: Belfast Telegraph
Connla Young

Survivor 'dreads' massacre report: The News Letter

Kingsmills – When the firing stopped, 10 men lay dead on road: Belfast Telegraph
Connla Young

Campbell raised Irish Government and arming of IRA: Londonderry Sentinel

The march of Sinn Fein has lessons for loyalism: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

No convictions over illegal republican marches: The News Letter

Loyalists protest over parade ruling: Belfast Telegraph
Catherine Lynagh

Man charged with Derry bomb attack: UTV

Northern Irish Bank Staff Put on Alert After May Terrorist Bomb: Bloomberg.com
Colm Heatley

Holy Cross, ten years on: UTV

Hearing it from all sides: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Residents in fear of flag bully boys: Impartial Reporter
Julie Kenwell

Murdered man's son now under threat: Belfast Media
Kieran Hughes

Osborne in NI to discuss corporation tax: RTE

We're playing roulette with vital public funds: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Campfield

Minister won't pursue FIFA: Londonderry Sentinel

Place name peace process aims to settle Dingle/An Daingean dispute: Irish Examiner
Ann Lucey and Dan Buckley

WikiLeaks – Northern Ireland 'a gateway to Ireland for prostitutes, pimps and gangsters' (Jun 5): Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford and Tom Brady

The British approach to policing protest (May 5): Guardian.co.uk
Hugh Orde

Scottish government unveiling new sectarian bill: BBC

Don't rush sectarianism laws in time for football season – Kirk: The Scotsman
Shan Ross

Thursday, June 16

Fears over loyalist ceasefire: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Paisley – Assembly like a local council: The News Letter

CAJ says police ombudsman office 'not fit for purpose': BBC

Stop and search stepped up at locals' request: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Losing invaluable policing experience is a real crime: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

Time to finally deal with our political ex-prisoners: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

Sports Minister scores own goal: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

UUP leader rejects truth commission: UTV

Gerry Adams 'sanctioned IRA's Jean McConville murder': Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Probe into murder of RUC duo still 'open': Belfast Telegraph

'This time it really was now or never...': Belfast Media

Presbyterian anger over 'spoilt child' jibe at cleric: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Harrison

Tour of the North decision welcomed by residents: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Restrictions set on Whiterock parade: UTV

Hope for the marching season: Irish Post
Editorial

A Fight To Keep Northern Ireland Interviews Secret: NPR.org
Tovia Smith

BC digs in: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Bullets and bomb parts seized in Real IRA raid: Irish Independent

Undercover gardai at funeral of shot CIRA man Kenny: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

Kenny 'killed by drug gang': Irish Independent

Tánaiste in visit to once notorious interface: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Minister denies snubbing town's Sinn Fein mayor: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Saville One Year On – International Day of Vindication: Derry Journal

I'd have no problem cheering Northern Ireland, says Sports Minister Caral Ni Chuilin: Belfast Telegraph
Steven Beacom

New anthem could sound a bum note (May 7): The Irish Times
Shane Hegarty

No Orange disorder in Wolverhampton: Irish Post

Cop in the dock after being accused of hacking into top secret gangster files (Jun 12): Scottish Sunday Mail
Marion Scott

PM sees Scotland staying as part of UK: The Herald
Michael Settle



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