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Sunday, June 30

Whiterock parade passes off peacefully: UTV

Peaceful Whiterock parade 'should be model for others': The News Letter
Aine Fox

Clarke backs call for peaceful marching season: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Pearse Doherty – I don't have any personal desire to lead Sinn Féin:

Royal Black to pledge support for flag: The News Letter

A call to civic engagement (Jun 18): The Irish Times

Safety warning for Twelfth bonfires: The News Letter
Aine Fox

A time for cool heads and respect for others: Belfast Telegraph

Unhappy UKIP will stay in Unionist Forum – for now (Jun 28): The News Letter
Sam McBride

Giving a clear picture of what those surveyed want (Jun 26): Belfast Telegraph
Bill White

Donal McKeown says DUP views seen as 'nakedly sectarian': BBC

How Northern Ireland children are taught is key to shared future (Jun 24): Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

It's time to fulfil wishes of people on integration (Jun 26): Belfast Telegraph
May Blood

Police investigate GAA goal posts incident (Jun 28): Newry Times

DUP libel laws stance puts jobs and investment at risk, warn peers (Jun 28): Belfast Telegraph
Tony Grew

Queen Elizabeth turns down invite to GAA game as London took on Leitrim (Jun 26): Irish Voice/
Michelle K Smith

We lose more than just feast days as culture becomes ever more secular (Jun 3): Irish Independent
Mary Kenny

Remembering 'Garret the Good' and his legacy on Irish politics:
David McCann

Queen's reign has been driven by Divine guidance (Jun 10): Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Scottish independence – 'Phone bills could soar': The Scotsman
Eddie Barnes

Independence scare story proves to be a bad call: Sunday Herald
Tom Gordon

Saturday, June 29

'Burning tricolour' comment retracted: The News Letter

Union flag complaint made against roads service employee: BBC

Call for talks on 'difficult' flags issue: Derry Journal

Flag row sees renewed call for 'neutral' town centre: Banbridge Leader

Frazer can attend Somme parade: UTV

Orange chief hits out at protestors: The News Letter

Politicians have bee on their bonnet: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

DUP anger over 'pro-IRA songs': The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Spratt won't be disciplined for his 'nutters' comment: Irish News

Only the DUP and UDA back Maze, says Nesbitt: The News Letter
Sam McBride

When Will Northern Ireland's Open Wounds Heal?:
John Giuffo

Paramilitary-style shooting of three men 'pre-arranged': Irish News

Visiting business delegation's car torched in Belfast: The News Letter

Chair hits out at 'dissident organisation' campaign plans: Tyrone Times
Patricia Devlin

Republican websites reported to police: The News Letter

Kidnapped Dutch industrialist Tiede Herrema meets President Higgins: RTE

Maghera man denies murder of RUC officer in 1981: Mid Ulster Mail

HET probe of army killings questioned: UTV

Mother's anger as IRA boards torn down: Derry Journal

'We need to know it will work for us': Belfast Telegraph

Pearse Doherty – We'd have a better economy in a United Ireland:

Sinn Fein are on a 'wrecking mission' in education – UUP (Jun 26): The News Letter

We were called Union Jack bastards – Script: Evening Herald
Ken Sweeney

King William plaque vandalised: Donegal Democrat

Libel lawyer Tweed – I didn't lobby Sammy Wilson to stymie legislation: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Graham

16% rise in visitors from Republic of Ireland to Northern Ireland: BBC
Julian O'Neill

750 officers to be deployed to safeguard major Orange parade: The Herald

Independence debate fuelled by inequality: The Scotsman
Gerry Hassan

Friday, June 28

MLA has 'no problem' burning Tricolour: UTV

Paul Girvan responds to flag burning comment criticism: BBC

Flag Wars Raging At Council Yards: Belfast Media
Ciara Quinn

Loyalist flags "raise sectarian tensions": Derry Journal

Criminal Justice Inspectorate – Use G8 plan for riots: BBC

Bonfire 'causing sectarian violence' claims former resident: Tyrone Times
Patricia Devlin

Jamie Bryson's bail eased for Somme commemoration: Belfast Telegraph

PSNI 'fatigued' by public disorder: UTV

Policing of G8 summit 'successful': Belfast Telegraph

Paint bombs found in bins at Garvaghy Road: Portadown Times

Real IRA warns sleeper cells have plans to attack major cities in England: Irish Voice/
Michelle K Smith

Arsenal for rioting seized at sectarian flashpoint in Co Armagh: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

City fathers let the paramilitary sleeping dogs lie while swabbing out our dreams: The Irish Times
Fionola Meredith

Spratt sorry for 'nutters' remark: Irish News
John Manley

The Maze – DUP's Jimmy Spratt also ends up full of regret for calling plan's opponents 'nutters': Belfast Telegraph
Steven Alexander

Governments must maintain focus on North-South co-operation: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Internment rioter said police spoiled his party: The News Letter

Mum quizzed on murder of veteran criminal Kelly: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

Threat issued by 'vigilante' group: Londonderry Sentinel

Three injured in west Belfast shooting: UTV

Bloody Sunday probe 'excuse' claim: Belfast Telegraph

Integrated or shared education?: Impartial Reporter

Why our politicians don't make the grade (Jun 26): Belfast Telegraph
Lindsay Fergus

Catholic church's fury over Obama's speech on division: The News Letter
Nick Garbutt

Northern Ireland decides not to follow English and Welsh libel reforms:
Lisa O'Carroll

British media 'may leave Belfast over province's refusal to change libel laws': Daily Mail
James Chapman

Northern Ireland risks becoming 'libel capital of world': Daily Telegraph
Steven Swinford

Irish recession 'bad news' for NI says Sammy Wilson: BBC

Bigot hurled sectarian abuse: The Gazette (Johnstone, Scotland)

Anti-bigotry football laws are needed in Scotland, says Justice Secretary Kenny MacAskill: Scottish Daily Record

Thursday, June 27

DUP meets PSNI over Kelly incident: UTV

Nigel Dodds calls on SDLP to withdraw 'bigots' remark: BBC
Stephen Walker

TUV resigns from Unionist Forum over Maze 'conflict centre': The News Letter
Aine Fox

Jimmy Spratt denies Maze 'nutters' claim: BBC
Mark Devenport

DUP's Spratt may sue Mike Nesbitt over 'nutters' accusation: Belfast Telegraph
Joanne Flemming

Union flags erected before Tyrone Fleadh: Ulster Herald

Loyalist bonfire 'halted over safety': UTV

Huge bonfire in Ballyduff estate to be relocated: BBC

Petrol bomb factory found near interface: UTV

To hamper new crimebusting agency is to risk lives – Matt Baggott: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Dissidents funded 'by armed robbery, extortion and drug pushing': Irish Independent
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Police get £31m terror fight fund: Belfast Telegraph

Man held in dissident probe: UTV

Three in court over GAA teen murder bid: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

GAA should look again at the awarding of IRA medals to youngsters involved in sport: The News Letter
Trevor Ringland

New vigilante group issues 'drugs threats': Irish News

Poll wake-up call for Northern Ireland MLAs over integrated schools: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Historical Enquiries Team faces legal challenge over IRA shooting: Belfast Telegraph

Restrictions on some court challenges 'facist', say MLAs: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Best laid plans: BBC
Mark Devenport

Unionists left hissing over Limavady mythical trail that 'ignores' their culture: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Wealthy are gagging the media – Nesbitt: The News Letter

Change in libel laws 'not required in Northern Ireland': Belfast Telegraph

Libel lawyer – I did not lobby DUP to block bill: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Pension woe sinks charity – Spirit of Enniskillen Trust wound up over £290k liability: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Abortion in Ireland – divorcing Church from State?: BBC
Shane Harrison

Hezbollah meets the IRA at the European Union: Jerusalem Post
Shimon Samuels

Independent Scotland will flourish, says economist (Jun 20): The Scotsman
Andrew Whitaker

Wednesday, June 26

Police pledge to investigate Gerry Kelly footage: The News Letter

Would the real Sinn Fein please stand up?: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

What did Gerry Kelly think he was doing?: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Leaders speak of Culture boost to peace: Derry Journal

SDLP leader rebuked for 'bigots' jibe at unionists: The News Letter

Petrol bombs thrown over peace line: Belfast Telegraph

Interface communities organise talks: UTV

We need to discipline riot kids, not mollycoddle them (May 22): Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Fears of 'tit-for-tat' flag campaign: The News Letter

Renewed flags tension erupts in Limavady: Derry Journal

Rogers condemns cutting down of gaelic posts: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Separate education systems in Northern Ireland are unsustainable, claim business leaders: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Catholic heads slam Obama: The News Letter

Public mood in Northern Ireland is for an end to segregation in schools: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford and Lindsay Fergus

Man in court over grenade launcher: UTV

Thomas Friel's family asks for new inquest into his death: BBC

Man's 1975 murder conviction quashed: UTV

'Good Samaritan' murder conviction quashed: The News Letter

Learn from the past or be doomed to repeat it (May 16): Belfast Telegraph
Christopher Moran

OFMDFM's planning 'power grab' approved: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Westminster calls time on Stormont's double-jobbers: Belfast Telegraph
Tony Grew

Assembly members vote to block gay marriage: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Ireland gets attention from US out of all proportion to its size (Jun 22): The Irish Times
Noel Whelan

'Yank hate' will never play well with the Irish (Jun 23): Sunday Independent
Brendan O'Connor

A pagan people? (Jun 25): The Irish Times

Corporation tax cut is no cure-all (Jun 12): The Scotsman
Peter Geoghegan

Is independence really on offer?: The Scotsman
Bill Jamieson

Tuesday, June 25

First Minister accuses Gerry Kelly of 'reckless behaviour' after being filmed clinging to police Land Rover: Belfast Telegraph

Maginness' 'grave concern' for Gerry Kelly 'clinging' to PSNI vehicle: BBC

Assembly raise Kelly police incident: UTV

Unionists call for probe into Gerry Kelly police footage: The News Letter
Adam Kula

Sinn Fein's Gerry Kelly raging over police driver drama: Belfast Telegraph
Ciarán Barnes

We need cool heads for marching season (Jun 24): Belfast Telegraph

Shameful episode in north Belfast is no example to youth: The News Letter

New nationalist residents' group for the area at centre of parade row: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Victims' group attends rally to oppose plans: Banbridge Leader

Petrol bomb blitz on home in Short Strand area of east Belfast: Belfast Telegraph

Mystery after bomb discovered in a rural Antrim village: The News Letter

Pat Finucane murder – British government meeting notes disclosed to family: Belfast Telegraph

Government hands over meeting notes to Finucane family: The News Letter

Jury 'was divided' over shot IRA man: UTV

Kennedy welcomes Attwood apology over Kingsmills Memorial: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Petition against naming of playpark after IRA member: The News Letter

SDLP leader calls the DUP 'bigots': BBC
Stephen Walker

'ROI people in NI should get passport': UTV

Party donors 'should stay secret': Belfast Telegraph

Parents back Obama on shared education: UTV

State schools are class act – Obama's 'integration' talk is nonsense: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Boston and Nashville – The perils of a policy of force (Jun 19):
Andrew Coffman-Smith

Irish National Caucus president says Americans constantly disrespect Irish Catholics: Irish Voice/
Jane Walsh

Outrage as mob torch Irish Tricolour in Liverpool: Irish Post
Fiona Audley

InterTradeIreland sowing seeds of future success: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Open Championship coming back to Portrush:

'Give Ireland Back to the Irish' – The Coolest, Bravest Thing Paul McCartney Ever Did (Jun 19): International Business Times
Palash Ghosh

Embracing the independence debate: The Scotsman
Stephen Noon

Monday, June 24

Gerry Kelly involved in incident at Belfast parade rally: The Irish Times
Una Bradley

McDevitt in plea over parade rows: Belfast Telegraph

Unionists hit out at Sinn Fein 'behaviour' at Tour of the North: The News Letter

MLA Kelly defends intervening over 16-year-old's arrest: Irish News
John Manley

Marching season starts on wrong foot: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Garda-PSNI relationship is now in tatters (Jun 23): Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Maze centre would "dishonour" former comrades – UDR group (Jun 22): The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Armed Forces flag raised at Belfast City Hall: Belfast Telegraph
Steven Alexander

Our gallant armed forces deserve a very special status (Jun 22): The News Letter

All sides must play a part to end our culture of division (May 6): Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

DUP move to block £6m park deal fails: Portadown Times

Clinton sends special message to Enniskillen exhibition: Impartial Reporter

Finally, the people of Ireland have achieved true liberation (Jun 23): Sunday Independent
Declan Lynch

Car ferry service moves step closer: Irish News
Gary McDonald

Clegg backs integrated education in NI (Jun 21): UTV

Show some faith in integrated education (May 27): Belfast Telegraph
Nuala McKeever

Obama Wants to Eliminate Catholic Education? (Jun 21): National Catholic Register
Benjamin Wiker

Power brokers from same school of thought (Jun 22): Belfast Telegraph

Alan Ryan's killer is out of control.. He'll whack anyone who gets in his way: The Sun
Stephen Breen

Irish have 'become pagan', some Catholic bishops believe: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Seanad's storied past ignored by Taoiseach: Irish Examiner
Joanna Tuffy

Forget abortion vote – Seanad poll is dogfight facing Kenny (Jun 21): Irish Independent
John Downing

Multiculturalism comes to Ireland and the country is better for it: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Terry's star turn shows the triumph of Ireland Fund (Jun 23): Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Prince William and Prince Harry are a gift to republicans: The Guardian
Tanya Gold

Clinton – respect is key to referendum debate (Jun 22): The Herald
Robbie Dinwoodie

Sunday, June 23

Gardai and PSNI in open warfare over RUC deaths probe: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Smithwick Tribunal – 'colourful' evidence amid tedium: The News Letter
Sarah Stack

G8 policing – It's nice work if you can get it...: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

G8 at Lough Erne highlighted the link with Britain: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Foster promises long-term benefits of G8: Fermanagh Herald
Gareth McKeown

Smiling and beautiful countryside of G8 summit hides dreadful record of sin: Sunday Independent
John-Paul McCarthy

PM could not have done a better PR job for Northern Ireland (Jun 20): The News Letter

G8 can be a watershed for a new-look Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Theresa Villiers

Summit highlights progress on Northern Ireland peace: The Reporter (Lansdale, PA)
Arthur I. Cyr

Is the absence of violence the same thing as real peace? (Jun 18): BBC
Peter Crutchley

Despite all the 'yabble', we owe Bertie for Good Friday deal: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Orange Order set to pledge support for the Union flag and oppose gay marriage at this year's Twelfth celebrations (Jun 20): The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Organisers appeal for Mini Twelfth calm: Newtownabbey Times

Sinn Fein release footage of incident between Gerry Kelly and the PSNI landrover: The News Letter

Police investigate after Minister hurt by police vehicle after Belfast parade: Irish Independent
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Jamie Bryson makes formal complaint to PSNI about Gerry Kelly: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

UUP leader set to write for loyalist magazine: The News Letter
Sam McBride

DUP continue to defend Maze project: The News Letter

Farry says 'chill factor' against unionist Uni students doesn't exist: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Colombia 3 man to see secret files at appeal: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Adams appeals for help in finding IRA 'disappeared': Irish Independent
Michael Brennan

DUP launch 'Bacardi Bob' probe: Newtownabbey Times

Heart must speak to heart and take risks for peace: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Is Ireland trying to shake off the shackles of the Catholic Church?: Irish Voice/
John Spain

A line has been drawn – church can no longer influence laws (Jun 13): Irish Independent
John Downing

Majority of voters want Seanad abolished – poll (Jun 15): The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Fans call for repeal of anti-bigotry at football laws and say they are driving supporters away from the game: Scottish Daily Record
Paul O'Hare

Start to life at Ibrox all about trials and Eire (Jun 22): The Herald
Richard Wilson

Saturday, June 22

Trouble averted as 'Tour of the North' parades past flashpoint: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Orange Order argue they showed respect despite breaking Parades Commission ruling: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Tour of the North parade – Sinn Fein's Carál Ní Chuilín injured after march protest: BBC

Ombudsman called in after Sinn Féin minister hurt by police car in Belfast:

Robinson and McGuinness plead for peaceful parades during Orange Order marching season: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg calls for a peaceful marching season: The News Letter

Nationalist residents join forces to oppose marches: Irish News
Allison Morris

Respect and tolerance must be watchwords for marching season: The News Letter

Chief Constable has 'legal power to spend budget on hiring temporary civilian staff': Belfast Telegraph

Barr welcomes resolution: Banbridge Leader

Protestors use school as focus for Maze demo (Jun 16): Lurgan Mail

Maze peace centre I once backed has become the antithesis of peace: The News Letter
David Campbell

Sinn Fein theory on memorials break law by glorification of terrorism: Tyrone Times

Willie Frazer released from hospital: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Twelfth rioters jailed for total of seven and a half years: Belfast Telegraph

Belfast teenager Lee Rice jailed for flag protest rioting: BBC

Doubt over future of inquest into murdered Belfast postman: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Hope in the air as Northern Ireland Disappeared families tell harrowing stories of loss and pain: The Irish Times
Una Bradley

Adams doesn't know if Disappeared will be found: Dundalk Democrat

The Disappeared – families still looking for their lost boys:
Steven McCaffery

Garda Commissioner Callinan accuses PSNI of failing to co-operate with Smithwick Tribunal: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

'PSNI failed RUC officer families': UTV

Bomb victim 'disgusted' at Libyan PM decision not to meet: Impartial Reporter

British-Irish Council leaders hail "remarkable" Derry: Derry Journal
Michael McMonagle

Derry has built bridges – but its industry won't come back:
Owen Hatherley

Ruairi O'Bradaigh (Jun 19): Daily Telegraph

President Michael D. Higgins announces Ireland Fund surpassed fundraising record: Irish Voice/
James O'Shea

McFeely faces trawl of business dealings in action over unpaid bill: The Irish Times
Tom Tuite

Irish punt already pays off for queen's bankers (Jun 20): Irish Independent
Donal O'Donovan

It is time to review sectarian legislation: The Herald

Friday, June 21

Joint appeal for peaceful marching season: BBC

Orange "hurt" at Parades Commission ruling over annual Belfast parade: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Top UK Orangemen for Twelfth of July parade in Londonderry: BBC

Sinn Fein minister Caral Ni Chuilin – I'll consider funding regalia for marching bands: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Loyalist claims he was beaten by PSNI: Portadown Times
Carmel Robinson

Loyalist flag campaigner Jamie Bryson cannot go to Somme parade: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

Jamie Bryson considering asking to be returned to prison: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Baggott says it is not up to him to justify security costs: Impartial Reporter

PSNI temporary staff contract 'eroding confidence': BBC

Lessons learned from G8 both positive and negative: The News Letter
Nick Garbutt

A fringe benefit of the G8? We're no longer news in US: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Ex-UUP chairman – why I no longer back the Maze plan: The News Letter
Sam McBride

RUC widows urge Maze plan rethink: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley Houston

Crowds rally against Maze 'peace centre': The News Letter
Mark Rainey

The American zumba dance instructor and romantic novelist who's accused of hiding explosives in her Derry home for use in terror attack on Merseyside police HQ: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Hate crime probe over Cluan Place petrol bomb attack: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Warning to terrorists – hiding behind a balaclava won't mask your guilt (Jun 19): Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Neeson and Nesbitt in Disappeared plea: UTV

Jean McConville murder – Son says IRA killers should stand trial for war crimes: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Smithwick Tribunal – public hearings into RUC murders due to end: BBC
Shane Harrison

IRA victims' letter given to Libyan leader: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Belfast, a brick and the G8 summit: The Guardian
Glenn Patterson

Obama remarks about Catholic schools spark new fight with church: Washington Times
Ben Wolfgang

Did Obama diss Catholic schools in Belfast?: Los Angeles Times
Michael McGough

Blarney! The Faux Outrage Over Obama's Belfast Comments:
Michael Moynihan

Celtic fan faces new case over IRA songs: The Herald

Thursday, June 20

Shatter – Dissident republicans remain 'severe' threat: Irish Independent
Ed Carty

Police patrols stepped up after petrol bombs thrown: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Soldier memorial march cancelled amid fears of extremist hijacking: The News Letter

Legal challenge on PSNI's 'unlawful' temporary staff contract: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Mother of murdered Raymond McCord says ex-RUC officers are 'returning by back door': Belfast Telegraph

Baggott defends security operation: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Revealed – preoccupations of the PSNI during policing of G8:
Steven McCaffery

PSNI Chief Constable Matt Baggott hopeful of peaceful marching season: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Organisers appeal for Mini Twelfth calm: Newtownabbey Times

Derry to host 'flagship' Twelfth: Derry Journal

Key city parade ruling to stand following review: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Fermanagh Herald interview with David Cameron: Fermanagh Herald
Ray Sanderson

The G8 leaders are here because we're still Here: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Eyes of world focus on a new peaceful Ulster: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

US Consul apologises for invite 'oversight' to Northern Ireland's only Irish-medium secondary school:
Ciarán Hanna

NI21 'nothing but chameleons' says Mid-Ulster MLA: Mid Ulster Mail
Patricia Devlin

Victims' issues 'still on the table': The News Letter

Rise of unelected terrorist cronies an insult to us all (May 29): Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Maze protest rally arranged: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Peace Groups meet with Irish President: Ballymoney Times

A return to Stormont for US diplomat Haass – or Reiss?:
Steven McCaffery

Controversy over Guildhall's new Bloody Sunday Inquiry exhibit: Derry Journal

Politicians grapple with proliferation of 'terrorist' memorials: Tyrone Times

MLAs back DUP amendment on redistribution of A5 cash: BBC

Bigotry law setback as fan cleared of abusing footballer: The Herald
Jamie Beatson

Scottish independence 'baffles' foreign nations: The Scotsman
Eddie Barnes

Wednesday, June 19

'The world has seen the new Northern Ireland', says David Cameron at the end of a successful G8: Belfast Telegraph
David Young and Deric Henderson

PM chose remote Fermanagh to put off G8 protestors – Villiers: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Politicians say advertising value of G8 summit for Northern Ireland could not be bought: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

G8 Host Country's Dark History of Terrorist Violence: Las Vegas Guardian Express
Graham Noble

Enthusiastic audiences lap up Obama vision of a shared future: Irish Independent
David McKittrick

Eirigi among protestors in Enniskillen: The News Letter

Yes we can – Inspirational message: Irish Examiner

We're sending out the right message: Belfast Telegraph

President gives youth in North a message of hope for the future: Irish Independent

Obama pledges support as world focuses on Ulster: The News Letter

'We all have a role to play in making our peace process last' – McKevitt: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Northern Ireland is the world's best 'laboratory for peacemaking': BBC

Downing Street deal just a rehash of old ideas: Belfast Telegraph
Tony Grew

Rebuilding society will be 'long, gradual process' – Rosenberg: Derry Journal

RIRA gun run suspect held in garage bust: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

Gang boss in hiding as IRA enforcer freed: Evening Herald
Niall O'Connor

Man released after arrest in police murder bid probe: The News Letter

Petrol bomb thrown over Belfast interface ignites beside four-year-old girl: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Cromie

'Viable pipe bomb' sparked Strabane alert: Derry Journal
Ian Cullen

Gardai seize pistols: Irish Independent

Unionist opposes Maze plans: Newtownabbey Times

Frazer freed despite bail breach: UTV

Willie Frazer 'breached bail three times in past week': The News Letter

Historic AOH parade on City Walls on Sunday: Derry Journal

Enniskillen survivor asks Libyan prime minister to compensate IRA victims: The Guardian
Esther Addley and Henry McDonald

Minister overrules order to remove Kingsmills memorial: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Irwin welcomes Kingsmill Planning Enforcement quash: Newry Times

Controversial 'Sunday' video 'switched off': Derry Journal

A Union of convenience: The Scotsman
Barra Collins

Tuesday, June 18

Obama – Northern Ireland peace process is blueprint to solve conflicts:
Henry McDonald

"You are the proof that peace is possible": Irish Independent
Caitlin McBride

Obama, Cameron visit integrated school: BBC

Churches won't like Obama's attack on segregated schools: Irish Independent
Kim Bielenberg

Cameron 'will discuss' IRA victims at G8: The News Letter

G8 organisers spend £50m on security but protesters stay away: The Guardian
Esther Addley

Villiers defends G8 policing costs: The News Letter

The teen who upstaged Obama: Irish Independent

Lord Mayor and Parades chief among Obama fans: The News Letter
Aine Fox

DUP G8 photo crop 'not intentional': Mid Ulster Mail
Patricia Devlin

Belfast republican 'artists' clash with police: The News Letter

Fermanagh's trouble-free G8 gives everyone at Stormont what they want: BBC
Mark Devenport

Obama Belfast speech 'a great day for Northern Ireland': The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

President Obama's visit to North comes at a critical time for peace process – Hopes that he can help stop slow slide into the dark side: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Obama shows NI is open for business: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Welcome mat and roadmap for peace awaits G8 leaders: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Extravagant and bankrupt – Northern Ireland resort a fitting location for G8 summit: Toronto Globe and Mail
Paul Waldie

Protests don't work...but they save our face: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

In praise of ... Northern Ireland's G8: The Guardian

Obama's message of hope speaks to us all: Belfast Telegraph

President gives youth in North a message of hope for the future: Irish Independent

Robinson will have left, on a high, by end of next year: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Loyalist campaigner Willie Frazer arrested after Maze protest: BBC

UUP members canvass for Maze petition: Lurgan Mail

Union flag demonstrations in Saltcoats: Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald

Zumba dancer and Ulster husband on terror charges: Belfast Telegraph
George Jackson

Boy arrested over petrol bomb attack: The News Letter

Man held in dissident republican investigation in Co Meath: RTE

Man arrested over Christmas bomb attack on police officer: Belfast Telegraph

Man jailed over paramilitary style shooting: UTV

Bloody Sunday – Victims' families complain over Army clip: BBC

CIRA make chilling threats of 'severe, military action' against members of travelling community: Newry Times

A sterling idea to save Republic – Skint South should ditch the EU and rejoin Commonwealth: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Monday, June 17

President Obama to urge politicians to quicken pace of progress in peace process as Northern Ireland braces for G8 protests: The Independent
David McKittrick

Obama to press for end to Northern Ireland segregation: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Cameron – I'm frustrated at North's lack of progress: Irish Independent
Adrian Rutherford

The peace process is irreversible – even if progress is painfully slow:
Steven McCaffery

Let's show world Northern Ireland mean business (Jun 14): Belfast Telegraph
David Elliott

Memories: UTV
Ken Reid

Police arrest dissident republican terror suspect: The Irish Times

UUP councillors oppose Maze plan at Cookstown meeting: Mid Ulster Mail
Michael McGlade

Alex Kane's exclusive interview with Peter Robinson: The News Letter
Alex Kane

A spad day at the office for our spoiled political class (Jun 5): Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

The Disappeared – Nuala O'Loan makes fresh appeal for information: BBC

Shergar mediator reveals IRA informer knew secret code word: Irish Examiner
Lynne Kelleher

Irish Government accused over tax: The News Letter

Hayes denies Government 'stealing' UK tax revenue: The Irish Times

Taoiseach defends Irish tax regime: Irish Independent

Hunger striker to address gathering: Sligo Champion
Paul Deering

Anniversaries serve to highlight the IRA's toll of terror (Jun 13): The News Letter

'Like a war movie' – Painful past of the small town hosting the G8 summit:
Keir Simmons and Richard O'Kelly

From abortion to the G8, Ireland's clergy plays politics:
David Akin

Pat Nee, former IRA operative, is key witness for Whitey Bulger in Boston trial: Irish Voice/

It's pointless keeping Irish on this sentimental life support (Jun 15): Irish Independent
Gerard O'Regan

Ian Paisley and wife take Lords leave of absence (Jun 14): The News Letter
Sam McBride

Evolving democracy – Seanad vote is important to everyone (Jun 7): Irish Examiner

Scottish independence – MEP claim over Scotland/EU: The Scotsman
Andrew Whitaker

The independence debate has become a sterile slog and it's time our politicians upped their game: Scottish Sunday Mail

Sunday, June 16

Martin McGuinness is key, says Peter Robinson: The News Letter

Obama to consult North's leaders over US support: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

Billy Hutchinson joins loyalist flag protestors amid anti-G8 rally: The News Letter
Aine Fox

Protesters 'united' in divided city: Belfast Telegraph

Loyalist flag protestors unhappy at how anti-G8 protest was facilitated: The News Letter

G8 protest 'defining moment in history': UTV

Summit 'is money well spent': The News Letter

Protesting, policing and monitoring the G8:
Andrew Coffman-Smith

Could Cameron buy DUP votes with corporation tax? (Jun 14): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Teenagers are organising sectarian fights in a Co Londonderry town centre, a court heard today: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

How Matt can't see big picture on policing riots (Jun 13): Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Bands told 'hymns only' passing Catholic church: Irish News

Our society needs 'post-traumatic growth' (Jun 13):
Steven McCaffery

It's time to deliver on a shared future society (Jun 15): Belfast Telegraph

'Aim was to stop SDLP/SF double': Banbridge Leader

Derry couple in court on terror charges:
Henry McDonald

Diana-plot man gets four years for being in IRA: Evening Herald
Niamh O'Donoghue

Irish American groups continue to fight subpoena ordering release of Boston: Irish Voice/
Jane Walsh

Woolwich horror reminds us how far we have come (May 27): Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

DUP defends libel law veto (Jun 13): The News Letter
Sam McBride

Like Father, Like Son: Creating Art In A Time Of Troubles:
Coburn Dukehart

'Whitey' would never have touted; he's Irish, court told: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Is FG Sinn Fein in disguise? (Jun 14): Irish Independent

Scottish independence – what would happen to the Union Jack? (Jun 15): The Scotsman
David Maddox

Scottish independence vote should include inmates says human rights chief (May 13):
Severin Carrell

Independence debate goes heavyweight (May 17): The Scotsman
Eddie Barnes

Unthinkable? A mixed up monarch (Jun 14): The Guardian


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