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Monday, June 30

District Master slams parades watchdog: UTV

Victoria Terrace Orange parade cancelled by Parkmount Arch Committee: Belfast Telegraph
Joanne Fleming

Protest for restricted Newtownbutler parade: Impartial Reporter
Lily Dane

Parades 'have doubled' in Northern Ireland since 2005: BBC
Tara Mills

Flags put up in Newmills 'without support': Tyrone Times

Increase in Glengormley flags 'causing concern': Belfast Media
Evan Short

Peace process – Stormont talks 'opportunity for progress': BBC

Hype over VIP visits masks lack of real political progress: (from the Sunday Life)
Suzanne Breen

Fury after threat to security firm staff G4S by dissident republicans: Belfast Telegraph
Maureen Coleman

Racist attack – Three men assaulted in Belfast hate crime: Belfast Telegraph

George Hamilton – New PSNI chief constable marks first day in job: BBC

My boy died on holiday in Bulgaria after fleeing UVF gang, says heartbroken mum: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Police probe alleged hacking of 'Stakeknife' phone records: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Harper

Raymond McCord carries the coffin of his friend Gerry Conlon: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Campaigner Gerry Conlon buried – Birmingham MP to make Commons tribute in House of Commons: Belfast Telegraph
Donald Hale and David Young

Gareth Peirce in moving tribute to Conlon at funeral: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Too little too late for Gerry Conlon: (from the Sunday Life)
Suzanne Breen

Betrayal of RUC officer shows need for truth process (Jun 28): Belfast Telegraph

World changing handshakes – How the Queen's forgiveness cemented peace in Northern Ireland: Daily Express
Camilla Tominey

The downfall of Sir Anthony O'Reilly is not totally surprising: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

O'Dowd – subservient relationship from unionists to grammars (Jun 26): Impartial Reporter

Alliance Party MLA calls for quotas to get women into politics: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Saintfield girl helping to build a successful future for the Orange (Jun 24): The News Letter

Expert warns brain-drain must stop before disaster strikes: Belfast Telegraph
Clare Weir

Selective schooling on wane (Jun 27): Belfast Telegraph
Noreen Campbell

Charles told to stay quiet after grammar school revelation (Jun 29): The Independent
Richard Garner

Monarchy is costing taxpayers 56p each: The Herald

The royal family value for money? They aren't worth tuppence (Jun 29): The Observer
Catherine Bennett

Meddling that could threaten monarchy: Daily Mail

Invincibility and disengagement shaped Crowley's decision to switch grouping (Jun 28): The Irish Times
Noel Whelan

Nicholson is right to be alarmed over developments in EU (Jun 28): The News Letter

A bad day for Britain, Mr Cameron (Jun 29): The Observer

Federal UK may gather real support (Jun 29): Scotland on Sunday
Brian Monteith

Federalism could square the circle for a divisive UK: The Herald
David Torrance

Sunday, June 29

President Higgins – 'There are no easy solutions to the sensitive questions in Northern Ireland':
Christina Finn

Organisers cancel Portadown parade: UTV

Challenge to commission over arch: The News Letter

Sack the parades watchdog, says Order: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Police praise marchers and protesters after Whiterock Parade passes off peacefully: The News Letter

Parties united against the spread of paramilitary flags in Larne: Larne Times

Flags – to fly, or not to fly?: Belfast Telegraph

It's time to stand up for pro-Agreement politics, and the political institutions – We all need to protect the Peace Process (Jun 27): Belfast Telegraph
Declan Kearney

Belfast – Old wounds reopened:
Clare Murphy

Relaxed royal visit another step on road to normality (Jun 25): Belfast Telegraph

Bonfire code for Ballymena area: Ballymena Times

Northern Ireland – four men charged with IRA membership:
Henry McDonald

'In the master's house, Gerry is at peace with Giuseppe': Sunday Independent
Alan Murray

Gerry Conlon spent final days talking about injustices, mourners hear:
Henry McDonald

Guildford Four accused bears no grudges as he pays tribute to Gerry: Sunday Independent
Mary Elaine Tynan

All murders the same – TUV: The News Letter

I warned chiefs RUC Sergeant Joe Campbell was lined up to be murdered: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

State owes Joe Campbell's family an apology, says SDLP leader: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Phone hacking exclusive – The News of the World, the army's IRA mole and more questions for Rupert Murdoch: Independent on Sunday
Tom Harper

Shane MacGowan – Music stopped me from joining the IRA: Sunday Independent
Nick Bramhill

Mayor of Belfast upset at quotes attributed to her over Queen visit: The News Letter

Why a visit from the Pope could bode well for all of us: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Royal presence in 2016 would ultimately be a good thing: Sunday Independent
John-Paul McCarthy

We need fairness in Northern Ireland education (May 23): Belfast Telegraph
Mervyn Storey

We need to face the reality of hate (Jun 27): Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

State ordered to pay costs of man's action over bilingual jury (May 29): The Irish Times
Mary Carolan

Political euphemism, Ulster-style (Jun 23): The Spectator
Melanie McDonagh

Jim Nicholson MEP fears for UK's future in EU after Juncker vote: The News Letter

Kenny's staying and David Cameron is out in the cold: Sunday Independent
Dan O'Brien

Britons demand Euro exit – Shock MoS poll says voters agree Cameron was right to block president... (and worry over claims new man has cognac at breakfast): Daily Mail
Simon Walters

Novenas won't save us if UK decides to exit: Sunday Independent
Colm McCarthey

Britain's island story keeps 'Europe' at bay: Sunday Telegraph
Bruce Anderson

The Scottish independence campaign needs the Orange gatecrashers: The Observer
Kevin McKenna

A federal UK? Not a cat's chance in hell: Sunday Herald
Iain Macwhirter

Britain's Strange Identity Crisis: New York Times
Steven Erlanger

A pay rise for the Queen? She's worth every penny (Jun 27): The Guardian
Christina Patterson

Saturday, June 28

US official Victoria Nuland meets Northern Ireland parties: BBC

Elections round-up – Can the TUV turn Euro election performance into seats at Stormont?: Belfast Telegraph
Bill White

Orangeman Darryl Hewitt – 'Sack the Parades Commission': BBC
Stephen Walker

No review of Orange parade ban: The News Letter

Orange Order pulls out of talks on Ardoyne: Belfast Media
Evan Short

Ham-fisted Garvaghy Road decision does not augur well: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

BNP and Enoch Powell banners on bonfire: Irish News
Connla Young

Mystery surrounds sabbotage of Twelfth bonfires in Cookstown: Mid Ulster Mail

'84 flag protests policed in a night': UTV

Baggott bows out: Irish News
Claire Simpson

PSNI and Police Ombudsman hold talks over alleged police obstruction of investigations into 60 murder cases – court hears: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Part-time PSNI officers to take legal action against the Chief Constable over pay and conditions: Irish Mirror
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Ex-RUC men accused of faking evidence: UTV

RUC commanders could have prevented officer's murder, report finds:
Henry McDonald

Ballymurphy shootings – MoD says not all soldiers identified: BBC

Retired Special Branch officer awarded an extra £1 over Castlereagh break-in: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Guildford Four's Gerry Conlon to be buried in Belfast: BBC

Mourning the loss of an innocent man, Gerry Conlon: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Exodus of the young must end: Belfast Telegraph

Bloody Sunday Trust Chairperson stepping down: Derry Journal

Veterans keep up pressure on Collymore over Falklands and NI unionist comments: The News Letter

Rory McIlroy's announcement that he will represent Ireland at Olympics highlights important issue for other athletes: Belfast Telegraph
Samuel Morrison

A change of heart over whether England win or lose at soccer: Irish Post
Joe Horgan

Carney urged to consider Ulster: Belfast Telegraph

Taoiseach's muddled Catholicism: Irish Catholic
Michael Kelly

Tweeting MLAs are taking us for complete twits: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Drug-delivering drone crashes in Dublin after it gets caught in wires over prison yard installed because of 1973 IRA helicopter escape (Jun 26): Daily Mail
Simon Tomlinson

One step closer to quitting Europe: Daily Telegraph
Peter Dominiczak and Bruno Waterfield

Scottish independence – George Galloway claims yes vote will spark 'havoc throughout the land': The Independent
Lizzie Dearden

Scotland 'may need border controls': Glasgow South and Eastwood Extra

Gordon Brown is back, and may be the man to save the union: The Guardian
Jonathan Freedland

Friday, June 27

Ardoyne protest group vows to bring thousands on to streets: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Portadown parade restriction remains: UTV

Unionist outrage over Garvaghy march U-turn: The News Letter

Hard sell on imperfect deal needed to avoid parade conflict in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Parade's Commission can't be the fall guy: Belfast Telegraph

Publication date set for report into North's on-the-runs scheme: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

On The Run letters report to be published in July: The News Letter

And if you know your history, there's a monumental opportunity: Impartial Reporter
Denzil McDaniel

Popularity upsurge sees Adams at a crossroads: Connacht Tribune
Harry McGee

Two NI21 branches dissolve in new blow to leader McCrea: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

I was inches from death – Catholic teen rescued by his dad from hate mob: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Appeal over sectarian assault: Antrim Times

Man 'left for dead' by UDA gang: UTV

Lithuania court orders retrial for arms accused: Irish News
Valerie Robinson

Extra time granted over dissident arrests: UTV

Matt Baggott – It's time the PSNI stopped dealing with past: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Murdered Catholic RUC officer 'could have been saved': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Ballymurphy shootings – 36 hours in Belfast that left 10 dead:
Ian Cobain

Seanad exchanges over claim Government slow to act on British 'miscarriages of justice': The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

'Shoot-to-kill' cases – NI coroner warns government over inquest delays

MI6 planted spies in Irish bars during Troubles: Irish Post
Robert Mulhern

Most of the Irish media failed to bring truth about Gerry Conlon's innocence to light: The Irish Times
Eamonn McCann

Gerry Conlon stayed with Sligo Journalist: Sligo Weekender
Luke Henderson

Prime Minister backs DUP calls for movement on welfare reform: The News Letter

We have to combat the racists (Jun 25): Belfast Telegraph
Patrick Corrigan

Belfast Metropolitan Area Plan delay 'causing distress': BBC
Julian O'Neill

The Lord Mayor: Evening Herald

A convicted swindler has replaced a former UVF bomb plotter as head of health and safety operations at Scotland's biggest building project: Scottish Daily Record
Mark McGivern

Independence is not about the past: The Scotsman
Joyce McMillan

What would the UK be called without Scotland?: BBC

Our monarchy has a lot in common with Game of Thrones (Jun 24): The Independent
John Rentoul

Cameron's strategy in opposing Juncker has pushed UK further from EU core: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Thursday, June 26

Parades Commission bans Portadown march along 'lower stretch of Garvaghy Road': BBC

Parades Commission reverses decision on 'Garvaghy Road' Orange march: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Cromie

SoS 'worried' about Ardoyne tensions: UTV

Orange Order chiefs meet with Church of Ireland clergy (Jun 23): The News Letter

Peace process issues – Martin McGuinness says agreement 'difficult': BBC

OTR letters scheme not secret – Reid: Belfast Telegraph

Where will 'Good Relations' sit in Stormont's shared future?:
Steven McCaffery

Is it time for a cull of ombudsmen and commissions in Northern Ireland?: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Brotherston

Queen Elizabeth concludes visit to Northern Ireland: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

It's all very Downtown Abbey with the British Legion in Coleraine: The Irish Times
Ann Marie Hourihane

Royal visit to Northern Ireland – Once notorious, now the Crumlin Road prison is a symbol of our journey to peace: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Three-day visit by Queen gives Royal seal to progress (Jun 23): The News Letter

TUV men slam election of Sinn Fein Deputy Mayor of Craigavon: Lurgan Mail

Prominent NI21 members resign from ailing party: Ulster Star

Pipe bomb mum pleads for an end to attacks: Belfast Media
Evan Short

Big dreams for kids in Belfast as Troubles fade: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Kevin McDaid had underlying heart condition, court told: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Donnelly

Kieran Doherty – Family demand to see unredacted Carlile Report: Derry Journal
Claire Allan

Maghaberry Prison note accused a dissident, court told: Belfast Telegraph
George Jackson

Man in court on IRA charge: Evening Herald

Gerry Conlon's archives request examined: Irish Independent
Arj Singh

Taoiseach calls on SF leader to use IRA contacts to reveal Guilford bombers: The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

Heading The courts and police are our servants, not masters: Belfast Media
Jude Collins

Legal challenge delays Iris probe: Irish News
John Manley

MLA Anna Lo demands release of report into conduct of Peter and Iris Robinson after it is delayed by legal challenge: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Sinn Fein's continued rise means the other parties should ignore them at their peril: Irish Independent
Ivan Yates

Crowley's shift to the conservative ECR is a 'right' problem for Martin (Jun 25): Irish Examiner
Gerard Howlin

Scottish independence 'could see death of Northern Ireland unionism': Belfast Telegraph
Nevin Farrell

Scottish independence – Orange Lodge registers to campaign for a 'No' vote: BBC

Kieran German – The UK is past its 'use-by' date: The Scotsman
Kieran German

Scottish Independence – Andy Murray, The Proclaimers and the arguments for and against (Jun 9): The Independent
Felicity Morse

Jeremy Hunt – Better to be isolated and right in Europe (Jun 24): The Spectator
Isabel Hardman

Wednesday, June 25

Loyalist parade allowed to march along contentious Garvaghy Road for first time in almost two decades: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Residents 'not told' of Garvaghy Road march service plan: Irish News
Connla Young

Order defends Garvaghy parade: The News Letter

'Garvaghy Road' parade is reviewed after outcry: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Parades Commissions – Theresa Villiers told of concerns: BBC
Mark Devenport

Kenny urges Sinn Féin to help break deadlock on past, parades, flags: The Irish Times
Arthur Beesley

Adams – This British government has not been positively engaged in peace process:
Michelle Hennessy

Leaders can't let peace drift (May 30): Belfast Telegraph
Peter Osborne

Martin and Peter go back to Crumlin Gaol at Her Majesty's pleasure: Irish Independent
Ed Carty and David Young

Extra-tight security as Royal visitors take tour of former jail: The News Letter

Martin McGuinness praises Queen as 'miles ahead' of others in peace process: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Queen Elizabeth focuses on reconciliation in the North: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Monarch's diplomacy has indeed improved relations... everywhere but here: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

On tour with the Royal British Legion as they bus to see the queen: The Irish Times
Anne Marie Hourihane

Elections round-up – Perhaps the UUP should have a look at election patterns? (Jun 5): Belfast Telegraph
Bill White

DUP not boycotting Mayor: Lurgan Mail

Intolerance and the DUP: The London Economic
Tomas McGoldrick

Paramilitaries send bullet as threat against foreign nationals in Dungannon: Tyrone Times

Six arrests in dissident republican investigation: BBC

Family demand 'MI5 claims' files: UTV

Weasel words from Adams as Conlon case is used as a weapon in propaganda war: Irish Independent
Eamon Delaney

Gerry Conlon – A vital voice extinguished: The Irish Times

Sinn Féin part of next coalition says Tubridy: Irish News
Allison Morris

Brian Crowley's MEP group 'xenophobic', says FF leader: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

Our most popular MEP goes rogue again: Irish Examiner
Ann Cahill

Independence plan would puzzle Jefferson: The Scotsman
David Miles

Brown's plan for the UK is federalism in all but name (Jun 16): The Herald
David Torrance

If Scotland breaks away, the constitutional consequences would be dramatic: The Spectator
Eddie Bone

Spanish terrorism suspect extradited: UTV

Tuesday, June 24

Alliance leader David Ford says talks dates must be finalised: BBC

Relaxed security reflects changing times – Robinson: The News Letter

McGuinness holds first private meeting with Queen Elizabeth: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Martin McGuinness hails encounter with Queen at Hillsborough Castle as 'very nice': Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Haass urges NI parties to strike deal on divisive issues: The Irish Times
Conor Kane

Richard Haass calls for Irish to be official language in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Flags, parading and the past – No talks better than half-hearted try?: BBC
Mark Devenport

'Tour of the North participants should be rewarded for dignity': The News Letter

Ulster Unionist PCC complaint about Orange parades is without merit:
Roy Greenslade

SF prepares for government where compromises await: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Disdainful Peter Hain won't be missed when he's gone: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Short life, and quick death, of NI21: The News Letter

Community unites to reject racist thugs: Belfast Media
Ciara Quinn

Innocent family of murdered RIRA chief is targetted: Evening Herald
Claire Murphy

Prosecution's bid to increase Constable Stephen Carroll killer's jail term fails: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Gerry Adams – IRA not to blame for Gerry Conlon's injustice: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Carty

Death of Gerry Conlon a loss 'for those who fight injustice' – President: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Conlon wanted Guildford files made public: UTV

A kind and intelligent man who will inspire future generations: Irish News
Marie Louise McCrory

Gerry Conlon an innocent, good man: Boston Globe
Kevin Cullen

Unseen photographs capture the devastating and emotional aftermath of the 1996 IRA bomb in Manchester city centre (Jun 15): Independent on Sunday
Tom Payne

Crowley faces Fianna Fáil expulsion for EU switch: Irish Examiner
Ann Cahill

Telegraph should not publish anti-Irish racism: Irish Post
Ronan Early

Royal Welch Fusiliers veteran leaves troubles behind with thanks to ABMU Veterans' Service (Jun 21): South Wales Evening Post

Scottish independence – 'No Nato talks' over referendum (Jun 19): BBC

The UK – united by hearts as well as heads (Jun 13): Daily Telegraph
Iain Duncan Smith

Should Scotland vote for independence, this could be disastrous for both UK and the rest of EU: Times of India
Andrew Hammond

Scottish separatism? I blame that dreadful Braveheart film: Daily Telegraph

Identity is key in referendum battle (Jun 8): Scotland on Sunday
Euan McColm

Monday, June 23

Gerry Adams' call for unionists to do deal 'a bit rich': Belfast Telegraph
Steven Alexander

Sinn Féin need to be ready for government, says Adams: Irish Examiner
Mary Regan

I'm ready for potentially turbulent summer, says new PSNI chief George Hamilton: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Queen in three-day Ulster visit: Belfast Telegraph

Queen and McGuinness to meet at former jail during visit: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

'Strong DUP representation is needed' Morrow tells Mid-Ulster AGM: Mid Ulster Mail

Those criticising the influence of Free Presbyterians on politics should stop complaining and get involved (Jun 19): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Blood on the streets – Fears of war after notorious Continuity IRA group splits: Irish Mirror
Cathal McMahon

Gerry Conlon – 'Tony Blair lied to us, his apology meant nothing': Daily Telegraph
Richard Holt

'I've come out of prison a very damaged person': The Irish Times
Carol Coulter

Gerry Conlon 'is finally released,' says Paul Hill: The Irish Times
Rachel Flaherty

'We suffered a greater miscarriage of justice than those killed in bombings' – Guildford Four's Paul Hill (Jun 22): Sunday Independent

Victim's family enraged over 'injustice' comments by Hill: Irish Independent
Sam Griffin

Gerry Conlon 'brought strength to our family through its darkest hours' (Jun 22): Sunday Independent
Daniel McConnell and David Raleigh

Mourners pay tribute at wake of Gerry Conlon in west Belfast: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

'We were like brothers' – star director Sheridan leads tributes to pal Conlon: Irish Independent
Lise Hand and Sam Griffin

Miscarriage of justice formed campaigning character: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Gerry Conlon – A victim of the state granted his freedom, but not his state of mind: Belfast Telegraph
David McKittrick

Birmingham Pub Bombings – IRA murder victim's sister supporting campaigners' for full enquiry: Birmingham Mail
Christina Savvas

Richard Haass to be awarded 2013 Tipperary International Peace Award: The Irish Times
Tom Ryan

The ongoing bid by O'Dowd to destroy grammar schools (Jun 19): The News Letter

A new pluralist education system built on trust (Jun 21): Irish Independent
Kathryn Donnelly

1916 relatives form group to pressure Government over centenary plans: The Irish Times
Mark Hilliard

Martin takes Sinn Fein to task for 'lobby call to British PM' after Collins letter row: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Sir Hugh Orde – I want Northern Ireland-style Historical Enquiries Team teams set up in Britain: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Ireland's love/hate relationship with English football: Irish Post
Garry Doyle

Disabled Celtic fan jailed for battering Rangers fan with his CRUTCH in row over Old Firm (Jun 20): Scottish Daily Record
Sally Hind

Scottish Independence – £200m to be 'initial cost': The Scotsman
Andrew Whitaker

Creative Scotland to develop a plan for the Scots language (Jun 12): The Herald

English shop won't stock Scots food after Yes vote (Jun 21): The Scotsman
Tamsin Tyeson

London rule can't deliver a better Scotland (Jun 19): The Guardian
Alasdair Gray

Sunday, June 22

Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams in unionist compromise call: BBC

Adams call for governments help in talks: UTV

DUP clarifies Robinson comments on housing protest: Irish News
John Manley

West Belfast surrounded by loyalist flags: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

Woman charged after Belfast flag protest: UTV

How First Ministers narrowly avoided scoring an own goal: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

PSNI spent over £2m on 'covert intelligence' in just six years: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Judge – PSNI must explain meetings: Belfast Telegraph

Gerry Conlon, wrongfully convicted of an IRA bombing in the 1970s, dies at 60: Washington Post
Matt Schudel

Gerry Conlon, freed member of the Guildford Four, dies aged 60: The Observer
Henry McDonald and Mark Townsend

'His loss will be felt across the world by those who work in pursuit of justice' – Eamon Gilmore leads tributes after death of Guildford Four's Gerry Conlon: Irish Independent

Paddy Joe Hill blames prison conditions for Gerry Conlon's early death: The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

Guildford Four – Tributes paid to Gerry Conlon: Derry Journal
Eamon Sweeney

Gerry Conlon of Guildford Four passes away aged 60: Sunday Independent
Daniel McConnell and David Raleigh

Gerry Conlon – Tormented in life, remembered in death: Sunday Telegraph
Raf Sanchez

Gerry Conlon's ordeal 'changed course of history': The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

'I didn't know him but Gerry Conlon's death is a double tragedy': Sunday Independent
Terry Prone

Conlon lived life with an honest fury against injustice: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

'The miracle of Gerry Conlon was he prevailed against a monstrous system': Sunday Independent
Eoghan Corry

Adams's hypocrisy yet again knows no bounds: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Now let's build a European capital of the future: Belfast Telegraph

Row over Royal name for merged school: The News Letter

Jim Dowson laughs off TV claims he is the 'evil genius' of British fascism: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Only 15% of Anglicans typically attend church: The News Letter

The cumulative effect of scandals has a devastating impact on the Church (Jun 17): The Irish Times
Gerard Moloney

Coalition targets SF fiscal 'black holes': Sunday Independent
John Drennan

No-win situation for McIlroy no matter what country he chose to represent: The Irish Times
Colin Byrne

Rory gives us the green light for 'Ole, Ole, Ole' at the Rio Olympics (Jun 19): Evening Herald

Republican plot to ditch the Queen after Yes vote: Scotland on Sunday
Tom Peterkin

Andy Murray's mother slams 'opportunistic' Alex Salmond for raising the Scottish flag in the Royal Box after his Wimbledon win: Daily Mail

Ghost of Mary Queen of Scots hovers over referendum issue: The News Letter
Sandra Chapman

Union does not mean uniform: New Statesman
Gordon Brown

Yes camp royalist conflict: Scotland on Sunday

Saturday, June 21

Ritchie presses SoS on 'parades and the past': Newry Times
Paul Malone

Tour of the North passes without incident: UTV

Flags, parades, emblems and the past – a look back at the all-party Haass talks (Jun 19): Belfast Telegraph
Dominic Bryan

It's not just about parading: UTV
Brian Rowan

The Royal Prerogative and its beneficiaries: Belfast Telegraph

Engage brain, then open mouth: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Residents insist protest not about race but about housing provision: The News Letter

Attitudes on 'belonging' in NI surveyed: UTV

It's prejudiced to dismiss every loyalist as racist: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Rehabilitated rioter escapes jail term: The News Letter

Larne disorder men 'UDA footsoldiers': UTV

Alleged former UVF leader Mark Haddock drops Sunday World case: BBC

Murdered man's family plead for information: Belfast Media
Evan Short

Coroner warns family of slain 'Fat Deccy' of 'distressing' inquest report: Irish Independent

Jim Gamble – 'I was under threat but was more fearful for my family' (May 19): Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Republicans should oppose Queen's visit to jail, says ex-IRA commander:
Henry McDonald

Unionists slam Adams' reaction to report: The News Letter

May defends secrecy of agents as IRA mole sues for damages: Belfast Telegraph
John Aston

Massacre victims' relatives sceptical about police plea: Irish News
Allison Morris

Why we need to tackle delay in Troubles death inquests: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Connolly

Unionist reports Telegraph journalist to PCC for 'insult' to Orange Order:
Henry McDonald

The plots I have been in: The News Letter
Sammy Wilson

Dublin and Belfast meet over Irish City of Culture bid: Londonderry Sentinel
Niall Deeney

'Live horse and you'll get grass,' we're being told: Derry Journal

Ireland still a priority for Obama, says White House official: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

Give GSOC the power to deal with garda chief, expert says: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Catholic and Protestant teachers to train together for the first time: Irish Independent
Katherine Donnelly

Former PSNI assistant chief constable Duncan McCausland denies any wrongdoing: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

British pushing for Kenny to take job as Euro chief: Irish Independent
Fionnan Sheahan and Colm Kelpie

Whole country backs you, Rory McIlroy (Jun 19): Belfast Telegraph

Journalist 'shocked' by anti-Irish abuse over Telegraph article: Irish Post
Niall O'Sullivan

Celtic fan wins £3k compensation after Amsterdam violence acquittal: BBC

BBC could be shared with independent Scotland, says Treasury secretary: The Guardian
Severin Carrell

Why England's World Cup elimination will help save the union with Scotland: The Spectator
Freddy Gray

Scottish independence – What Canada thinks (Jun 16): BBC
Glenn Campbell

Friday, June 20

On The Runs inquiry may include section on use of clemency: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Ann Travers slams Hain for 'no prosecutions' call: The News Letter

Gerry Kelly farce exposes undemocratic Stormont: Belfast Telegraph
Samuel Morrison

Appeal for calm ahead of contested 'Tour of the North' parade in Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Sinn Fein 'upping parade ante': The News Letter

Ballymena parades 'set standards' says Forum: Ballymena Times

Banners at house treated as hate crime: UTV

Northern Ireland's first minister casts doubt on 'racist' protest in Belfast:
Henry McDonald

Northern Ireland's First Minister Peter Robinson in u-turn over 'locals only' race row: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Robinson and McGuinness publish racial equality proposals: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

High rise in complaints against PSNI: UTV

Home Office maintains secrecy stance in court battle with IRA informer:
Owen Bowcott

New legal bid to jail UVF brothers Robert and Ian Stewart: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Orangeman 'on his knees' begging to keep job in Prison Service after being arrested during riot: Sunday World
Steven Moore

NI21 candidate switches to Alliance: The News Letter

'Sectarian' pellet gun attack on teen: UTV

Adams criticises report into his shooting as 'incomplete': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

He begged for a Queen's pardon, but sectarian killer Rodgers showed no mercy when he shot teenager Eileen Doherty in the back...: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Prison Service is rapped after filing cabinet containing Maze inmate's details is sold at auction: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Campbell welcomes support for Irish language broadcast fund: Derry Journal

Philanthropists 'must continue to support peace process': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Martin McGuinness won't be going on Brazil trip during World Cup: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Dublin mayor denies attempt to block royals from 1916 celebrations: Irish Independent

Links rise between paramilitaries and gangs: Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keefe

Dáil votes to renew anti-terrorism legislation introduced after Omagh: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Anti-racism rally to support taxi driver who feels compelled to leave Ireland after racist attack: Irish Independent

Council urged to remove crucifix in room (Jun 17): Irish Examiner
Donal Hickey

A Sinn Fein finance minister will be forced to balance the books – just like anyone else (Jun 17): Irish Independent
Stephen Kinsella

Rory McIlroy wants to play for all people of this island of Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Trevor Ringland

Publican bans Irish in Britain from cheering against England in his bar: Irish Post
Robert Mulhern

Loyalist flag protest man Jim Dowson revealed as real leader of far-right organisation Britain First: Belfast Telegraph
Colin Francis

England 'could leave the union', warns Carwyn Jones: BBC

Celtic cousins Scotland facing a complicated future: Irish Independent
Dan O'Brien

Want to save the United Kingdom? Move the capital to Glasgow:
Catherine Butler

'Britain is an old and declining empire embarrassed by its weakness' – Communist Party mouthpiece attacks claim Chinese Premier demanded meeting with the Queen (Jun 18): Daily Mail
Tom Mctague

Thursday, June 19

Hain was told about Downey case, NI committee hears: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Ian Paisley Jr challenges Peter Hain over On the Runs: BBC
Martina Purdy

Kelly should have been suspended for obstructing PSNI: The News Letter

Nigerian family gives up new home in Belfast after racist protest:
Henry McDonald

'Racist' banners removed from house: UTV

Peter Robinson slammed after he defends residents for protest over house given to Nigerian man: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Banners at Nigerian man's home 'racist' – Naomi Long: BBC

'Stop giving Belfast a bad image' says Nigerian man: The News Letter

DUP can't afford to bare teeth at rest of unionist pack: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

42% believe Sinn Féin was big winner: Londonderry Sentinel

NI21 is finished, says deputy leader John McCallister: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

'See an Orange parade before making mind up': The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Peter Robinson cancels trip to Brazil over fears of trouble during summer loyalist marching season: Belfast Telegraph

Peter and Martin's Brazil trip would be all about the getting off-side rule: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

New Lodge bomb find condemned by Sinn Fein: Belfast Telegraph
Steven Alexander

Fresh appeal for information on 20th anniversary of Loughinisland massacre: Irish Independent

PM David Cameron urges help over Loughinisland massacre: Belfast Telegraph
Elizabeth Barrett

Victims' families awaiting justice 20 years after Loughinisland killings: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

'I can't begin to imagine the guilt of the gunmen': The News Letter
Gemma Murray

McCartney demands justice on Loughinisland anniversary: Derry Journal

Call for investigation of alleged Boston College-IRA archive spying:
Henry McDonald

No evidence of RUC involvement in murder attempt on Gerry Adams, Police Ombudsman finds: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

There is no hierarchy of humanity – acknowledgement of the suffering of each other would be a very important gesture: Belfast Telegraph
Declan Kearney

Seanad row over marking of 750th anniversary of first known Irish parliament: The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

Dublin mayor seeks to block British royals from 1916 events: The Irish Times
Mark Hilliard

No appetite to uncover whole truth of GSOC bugging: Irish Examiner
Mick Wallace

Has Sinn Féin saved the Government's bacon?: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Rory declares allegiance to Ireland for 2016 Olympic Games: Irish Examiner
Simon Lewis

McIlroy finds friendly support on flag issue: The Irish Times
John O'Sullivan

Mixed reaction to McIlroy's long awaited decision on Olympic colours: The News Letter

Rory McIlroy's decision to represent Ireland at 2016 Olympic Games deserves respect: Daily Mail
Derek Lawrenson

Ed Balls refuses any role in currency union with an independent Scotland:
Severin Carrell

China's Li Keqiang speaks out against Scottish independence:

Facing the curious option of federalism in one country: The Herald
Iain Macwhirter

Wednesday, June 18

Committee hits out at Kelly OTR stance: UTV

DUP accuse SDLP of 'spineless' response to Gerry Kelly debate: BBC

NI clergy hold meeting with Orange Order: Irish Catholic
Mags Gargan

NI21 mulls disciplinary action for McCallister: The News Letter

DUP minister Nelson McCausland's posting led to death threats, says Alliance man Gary Spedding: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Poor-us unionists could learn from SF: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Sinn Fein MP Pat Doherty slams dissidents over arms cache in graveyard: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Teenage shooting victim sustained 'horrific' injuries: Derry Journal

My amazing Northern Ireland holiday became bomb horror: Wolverhampton Express and Star

Pipe-bomb just latest attack by loyalist thugs on grandmother's home: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

The online trolls won't silence me: Belfast Telegraph
Ann Travers

Martin McGuinness in 'Disappeared' storm: Sunday World
Donal MacIntyre

Frank Newell 'vindicated' after court quashes conviction: BBC

Cosmopolitan or not, Belfast is still no mean city: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Fundamentalism and a fundamental question: Tribune Magazine
John Coulter

McCartney welcomes Museum of Free Derry funding: Derry Journal

Six held in NI in connection with suspected corruption ring: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Olson's remarks are to be welcomed for their refreshing openness: The Irish Times
Conor Lally

Relatives of those who fought and died in 1916 Rising invited to take part centenary: Irish Independent

Facebook status updates and Twitter posts intercepted by UK Government: Belfast Telegraph

Scottish independence – John Major warns over 'Yes' vote: BBC

Tuesday, June 17

Ford hits out at 'total lack of urgency' over new peace talks: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Gilmore expresses concern about 'political drift' in North: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Farce, yes, but Sinn Fein share blame for descent into absurdity: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Bid to suspend Kelly from Stormont fails: Irish News
John Manley

Fury as moves to sanction Gerry Kelly are thwarted by SDLP: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Petition over Gerry Kelly sanction: UTV

DUP reject parade pressure: The News Letter

Mid Ulster must be included in new police policy on flags – McGlone: Tyrone Times

Peter Osborne – 'I was jostled and spat at in the street over the Twelfth parade ruling': Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

We're marching towards another summer of parades chaos: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Is Stormont's £80m poverty fund deadlocked over cash going to Catholics or Protestants?:
Steven McCaffery

Inside the DUP – This narrow political class is not a true reflection of Northern Irish society (Jun 5): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

John Bercow vetoes Sinn Féin invite to event at his home residence: BBC
Stephen Walker

Speaker is right to make a stand on Sinn Fein: The News Letter

Riot thug who got soaked by water cannon is jailed: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh McDonald

'Yeah, you guys, your problem is you've no guns' – Blair told SDLP: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

McGuinness says he didn't lie over Disappeared but 'made a mistake over dates': (from the Sunday Life)
Suzanne Breen

Stakeknife – Secrecy bid in Freddie Scappaticci court case to be resisted: BBC

Taxi driver jailed for loyalist post office heist clears his name – 40 years later: Belfast Telegraph

Suspected loyalist serial killer link to police unit: Daily Mirror
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Father of Maze hunger striker Bobby Sands dies at the age of 91: The News Letter

Islamic fund a mental scheme – One faith can't be singled out: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

No wonder popularity of 'populists' is growing (Jun 15): Sunday Independent
Jody Corcoran

Ian Paisley Jnr – 'I wanted to kill man who took picture of my sick father as he lay in hospital bed': Belfast Telegraph
Peter Cardwell

Pope Francis says the split between the Catholic Church and the CofE is a 'scandal' that can only be fixed with a gift from God: Daily Mail
Richard Spillett

Peter Robinson and Martin McGuinness welcome Open Championship announcement: BBC

Irish support boosted Portrush bid: Daily Star

Single visa will allow travel for Chinese, Indian visitors to Ireland and Britain: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Cameron's EU presidency veto is foolish and badly timed: Irish Independent
John Bruton

European Commission president election controversy could hasten British exit from the EU: The Irish Times
Suzanne Lynch

Scottish independence – Scots and English 'willing to share institutions': BBC

SNP publishes draft of first constitution for an independent Scotland: The Guardian
Severin Carrell

Question of identity is hard to answer: The Herald
Harry Reid

More devolution affects us all, not just the Scots: Daily Telegraph

Monday, June 16

Adams says unionists failing to take a positive approach: Irish News
Michael McHugh

Adams – 1916 Proclamation is 'unfinished business': The Irish Times
Claire O'Brien

Parades Commissioner's job hell: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Alliance now sit with unionists in council due to seating problems (Jun 13): The News Letter

Councillors to get bus tour of 'other side' (Jun 14): Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Northern Ireland informer court hearings to be held partially in secret: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott and Henry McDonald

Turns out the rise of racism in Northern Ireland can be put down to ingrained attitudes as a result of the Troubles: Belfast Telegraph
Will Chambré

Sinn Fein's policies – are they the real deal? (Jun 15): Sunday Independent
John Drennan

Elections round-up – Has Sinn Fein reached its electoral peak?: Belfast Telegraph
Bill White

Republicans' 'straight road to Kilcash' may end in trouble (Jun 15): Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Joan Burton claims Sinn Fein is a long way from 'true democracy' (Jun 9): Irish Independent
Philip Ryan and Fionnan Sheahan

Petrol bombs and handguns found amid dissident republican searches: Belfast Telegraph

Memorial to Orangemen killed during Troubles: Irish News

McGuinness acknowledges memory lapse on murder date: The News Letter

Loughinisland massacre – Survivor makes plea for truth: BBC

Vortex of violence ensnared innocents such as Irish priest (Jun 7): Gainesville Sun
James F. Burns

Electronic vote would slay the party dragons (May 29): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

1916 relative says families should consider boycotting 2016 commemoration: The Irish Times
Marese McDonagh

World Cup 2014 – We won't be Cross even if England win, say west Belfast residents (Jun 13): Belfast Telegraph
David Whelan

Flag wars in Belfast as Ivory Coast World Cup tricolour irks loyalists: Irish Voice/
Patrick Counihan

New cross-border air ambulance planned (Jun 4): Londonderry Sentinel
Niall Deeney

Game changer or political circus? The jury is still out on the G8: Fermanagh Herald

Open Championship yet another coup to make us proud (Jun 13): Belfast Telegraph

It's difficult to be a Christian in GB – ex-MP (Jun 8): The News Letter

Scottish independence – Referendum debate 'tearing families apart': Independent on Sunday
Adam Lusher

Scottish independence yes campaign attacked by John Reid as race tightens: The Guardian
Libby Brooks

Moderator targeted by independence 'cyber bullies': The Scotsman
Craig Brown and David Maddox

If a men-only referendum was held, Salmond would win comfortably: The Spectator
Hamish Macdonell

JK Rowling is magic (Jun 11): Daily Telegraph
Iain Martin

Irish peace process a model for Korea, envoy says: Korea Joongang Daily
Sarah Kim


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