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Saturday, June 30

Revival of British-Irish peace forum sparks new row between Northern Ireland parties: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

British-Irish conference 'a talking shop' – Dodds: ITV

Calling the BIIGC is to put cart before horse: The News Letter
Robin Swann

First Steps to Stormont: The Times
Editorial

Is this the beginning of the end for devolution in Northern Ireland?: New Statesman
Patrick Maguire

Leo Varadkar rejects 'goods only' Brexit deal: BBC
John Campbell

'An enemy not a friend!' Irish PM Leo Varadkar sparks fury with Brexit-bashing rant: Daily Express
Carly Read

Theresa May warned last chance saloon approaching for Brexit deal: ITV

Brexit – European leaders concerned at lack of progress over Irish border: The News Letter

"Felixstowe is not south Armagh" – Nigel Farage accused of not understanding Irish border: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

University – Explore points of consensus over Irish border: Belfast Telegraph

Ireland should quit customs union to avoid a hard border: The News Letter
Ray Bassett

Business leader says Brexit and Border impasse can be solved: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Brexit will strengthen Ireland-US relations, says Irish ambassador: The Guardian
Julian Borger

Brexit Could Jeopardize Peace in Northern Ireland – and America Is Ignoring It: Time
Amanda Sloat

Brussels playing a game of poker that it can't win: Daily Express
Editorial

Arlene Foster urges PSNI to protect Londonderry's Fountain community following attacks: Belfast Telegraph

Outrage as 18 COPS raid home of Northern Ireland veteran, 74, accused of attempted murder during The Troubles: The Sun
Alex Matthews

RUC man facing 1969 probe: The News Letter

Jail 'inevitable' for man guilty of hiding dissident weapons: Belfast Telegraph
John Cassidy

'Hooded man' found guilty of working with IRA: The Times
Eoin Reynolds

Sinn Féin TD absent from city award for murdered Garda Detective Jerry McCabe: Irish Independent
Laura Larking

'The perpetrators of the violence are being remembered far more than the victims' – UUP MLA calls for removal of UVF and Glenanne Gang killer banners: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

PPS to review handling of Damien McLaughlin trial after judge's criticism: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Inquiry into Garda shooting of Real-IRA man exonerates deceased officer: The Irish Times
Conor Gallagher

DUP leader Arlene Foster attending Orange Order parade in Fife today: Scottish Daily Record
Lynsey Bews

'HAHA 66' Vile graffiti mocking Ibrox disaster and IRA slogans scrawled on walls ahead of Orange Walk led by DUP chief Arlene Foster in Cowdenbeath: Scottish Sun
Graham Mann and Mark Hendry

Arlene Foster to ask Scots to back bridge to Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph

Bonfire ruined in "dangerous and sectarian action" will be rebuilt: Belfast Live
Ciara Colhoun

Belfast Orange Hall extends hand of friendship to visiting GAA club: Belfast Telegraph

Orange Order to voice 'despair' at abortion vote result on Twelfth: The Irish Times
Noel McAdam

Arlene Foster – DUP leader's gestures get mixed reaction: BBC
Jayne McCormack

Leading gay rights campaigner – Foster showed no remorse in LGBT speech: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Bain

Significant step for DUP as Arlene Foster breaks ice with Northern Ireland gay community: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Foster steps out of her political comfort zone to alleviate tensions: The News Letter
Editorial

Arlene Foster takes major step forward in the evolution of DUP: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Catholic Church teaching on homosexuality 'evil', McAleese says: The Irish Times
Joe Humphreys

Catholic Church must stop fighting against the future: The Times
Sarah Carey

Moy Park wanted to use DUP Spad to 'influence' extension of RHI scheme: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Government launch new "action plan" for Irish language: The Irish Times
Pól Ó Muirí

Friday, June 29

British-Irish intergovernmental conference to meet amid ongoing stalemate in North: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn and John Downing

Recall of BIIGC shows that this is a perilous time for unionism: The News Letter
Editorial

Karen Bradley introduces Northern Ireland budget with vow for more decisions to come: Belfast Telegraph

Drew Harris to maintain security detail in Garda role – reports: Belfast Telegraph

Police chief crosses border in first for Ireland: Financial Times
Arthur Beesley

New garda chief must be allowed to do his job: The Times
Eamon Delaney

Killers of Paul Quinn and others will have cause to regret Drew Harris' appointment as Garda boss: Belfast Telegraph
William Matchett

The Irish Times view on Sinn Féin and An Garda Síochána – An ill-judged intervention: The Irish Times
Editorial

DUP's Gregory Campbell says 'more than just lip service' needed from nationalists on policing: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

A new tone to SF under its leader but it will be met with scepticism (Jun 26): The News Letter
Editorial

UK should have produced proper Brexit plan two years ago, Irish PM tells Theresa May: The Independent
Jon Stone

'EU would BREAK UP' Irish PM warns Brexit compromise on EU's red lines would DESTROY bloc: Daily Express
Darren Hunt

Varadkar – EU can be flexible in Brexit negotiations if UK 'softens some of its red lines': The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Contingency plans for 'no-deal' Brexit: Irish Examiner
Daniel McConnell

Brexit must not force people to choose if they are British or Irish: The Irish Times
Emily Logan

Straddling the border – Life in Ireland's northwest: TheDetail.tv
Rory Winters

Court rejects bid to force UK into policy on Ireland border referendum: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Cross-party Council delegation meets with Audit Office over £400k 'bonfire diversion' scheme: Belfast Telegraph
Andrew Madden

Twelfth is about Battles, not the Bottle, says Orange Order: The News Letter

I wanted to send a clear message we are all somebody's child – Arlene Foster speaks at LGBT+ event: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Sheils McNamee

'Gay pardons' come into force as Foster attends LGBT event: The News Letter

UUP leader – I want my party to be comfortable home for LGBT people: Belfast Telegraph

DUP leader Foster was magnanimous in going to Clones, only for it to be hurled back in unionists' faces: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Convicted drink driver Alderman Hussey steps down as local policing board chairman but refuses to step down as Deputy Mayor: Derry Now

Pro-life protest outside Michelle O'Neill's office: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria Leonard

Abortion on the march: Village
Anton McCabe

Nine to face terror trial after covert MI5 bugging operation: The News Letter

39-year-old woman arrested over dissident activity probe: ITV

Valiant gardai Jerry McCabe and Ben O'Sullivan made honorary freemen of Limerick: Limerick Leader
Fintan Walsh

Unseen effects of IRA school bus blast resonated for decades: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Catholics need closure on historic sectarian killings – priest: Irish Catholic
Colm Fitzpatrick

RHI inquiry – DUP interference in reining in costs was unprecedented, says official: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Anger over racist abuse of west Belfast child: Irish News
Editorial

NI population tops 1.871 million: The News Letter

FF 'prepared to extend deal by a year' to avoid 'Brexit election': Irish Independent
Philip Ryan and Shona Murray

'Leading by example' – two Government minister heading to the Gaeltacht for crash course in Irish: Irish Independent
John Downing

Far from a 'theological Brexit' the Presbyterian Church in Ireland has an outward-facing posture: The News Letter
Martyn Cowan

Minister 'does not deserve publicity' for role in Mass after no-show – says parish priest: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan and Kevin Doyle

Row over 'Union-Jacking' of Scottish food and landmarks at Royal Highland Show: The Herald
Martin Williams

Thursday, June 28

Taoiseach accuses Sinn Féin of 'almost trying to undermine confidence' in new Garda Commissioner: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

Senior gardaí broadly welcome Drew Harris appointment as Garda Commissioner: The Irish Times
Barry Roche, Denis Stauntongg

Drew Harris appointment could pave way for brave Garda reforms: The Irish Times
Conor Lally

Dublin's vote of confidence in PSNI deputy chief constable: The News Letter
Editorial

Harris could be just what Garda needs: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Don't be fooled... political leaders, both unionist and republican, still use a nod and a wink to exploit sectarian sentiments to their own advantage: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

Theresa May to visit Northern Ireland 'at the request of the DUP': TheJournal.ie
Gráinne Ní Aodha

Preparations for post-Brexit Irish border in chaos with 'no one in charge', reveals Northern Ireland police chief: The Independent
Rob Merrick

PSNI 'in the dark' over Brexit border security plans: BBC
Vincent Kearney

'CLOCK IS TICKING!' Irish border threat as police warn 'IRA see Brexit as OPPORTUNITY': Daily Express
Joey Millar

Mood is not optimistic in EU on Brexit, Hogan warns: Irish Independent
Shona Murray

Time running out for UK to reach withdrawal agreement by October – Varadkar: Belfast Telegraph

Common travel area a bilateral issue for UK and Ireland, says Tánaiste: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Preparations for hard Brexit already under way at Irish ports and airports: Irish Independent
Shona Murray

Brexit debate an assault on values of democracy – Chris Patten: The Irish Times
Colm Keena

"You should be coming together, instead Brexit seems to divide": TheDetail.tv
Christine Carrigan

Drew Harris appointment could pave way for brave Garda reforms: The Irish Times
Conor Lally

Restoring border checks 'like trying to put apartheid back into South Africa': The Irish Times
Rory Winters

If 16 and 17-year-olds could vote, we'd not be in a Brexit mess right now: Belfast Telegraph
Aron Hughes

'It's VERY straightforward!' Rees-Mogg's BRILLIANT reason why Irish border CAN be resolved: Daily Express
Charlotte Davis

The Gaelic football guide to Brexit: Financial Times
Matthew O'Toole

PSNI provide further evidence of Brexit shambles: Irish News
Editorial

Orange resolution opposing Irish language act: The News Letter

I believe Gerry Adams wasn't in IRA, says Sinn Féin's Mary Lou McDonald: Belfast Telegraph

Anti-abortion campaigners vow to challenge Sinn Féin at the polls: The News Letter
Duncan Elder

Protestors take fight to O'Neill over Sinn Féin abortion stance: The News Letter

Sinn Féin councillor's abortion motion defeated at Ard Fheis: Impartial Reporter
David Young

'To listen to Mrs McDonald you wouldn't know that the IRA existed' – Doug Beattie hits back at Sinn Féin's Drew Harris Comments: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

Moygashel banner remembers loyalist killer: Irish News
Connla Young

Taxi driver has conviction for IRA membership quashed on appeal: The Irish Times
Ruaidhri Giblin

Letters urge DUP to 'make amends' and stop blocking marriage equality legislation: The News Letter

Arlene Foster 10/1 to attend All-Ireland final: Irish News

DUP's City Hall leader refutes Brexit "dark money" claims: Belfast Live
Andrew Madden

Derry court hears 'INLA' involved in land dispute after man appears on blackmail charges: Derry Now

Scholarship scheme offered for Tyrone Gaeltacht: Irish News

Ballymurphy shootings inquest special status bid outrageous, barrister says: The News Letter
David Young

Michael D Higgins would be 'well placed as President during Civil War centenary': TheJournal.ie
Gráinne Ní Aodha

Election looms as FF launches stinging attack on the Taoiseach: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

'Say Nope to Pope' campaign is 'petty and mean-spirited' – Varadkar: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

In political shocker, Crowley loses primary: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

TDs given names of suspects in Project Eagle police inquiry: Irish Independent
Shane Phelan and Philip Ryan

"Mindless bigots" daub Kill All Taigs slogan on Irish republican group's Glasgow HQ: The Herald
Martin Williams

SNP MSP John Mason sparks anger by marking Easter Rising leader: The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

Wednesday, June 27

PSNI deputy chief constable to head Ireland's police force: The Guardian
Lisa O'Carroll

New Garda Commissioner faced criticism for signing off arrest of Gerry Adams: Belfast Telegraph

New Garda Chief – 'Quiet man' whose father was murdered by the IRA: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Hamilton warns that more top officers may leave PSNI over Northern Ireland political impasse: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Sinn Féin pledges to hold new Garda Commissioner to account: The Irish Times
Sarah Bardon

New Garda Commissioner Drew Harris expected to recruit own team: The Irish Times
Sarah Bardon and Conor Lally

New Garda Commissioner Drew Harris must tackle toxic management in the force: Irish Mirror
Niall O'Connor

New Garda commissioner faces titanic struggle to succeed: Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keeffe

Ex-RUC man at helm of Irish force was once just unthinkable: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Simpson

Troubles legacy will pursue new Garda Commissioner: The Irish Times
Ed Moloney

There's no Army Council pulling my strings, says Mary Lou McDonald: The News Letter

'A time to shape a new Ireland': Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

'Britain needs a deal. Ireland needs a deal. EU needs a deal' – Coveney: The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth

Brexit Fightback – Ireland set to lose £3BN in EU budget as exit battle lines drawn: Daily Express
Joey Millar

SDLP – NI should not be punished over Brexit during powersharing impasse: Belfast Telegraph

Irish border residents urge deal over Brexit: Irish Examiner

Micheál Martin – Government's 'tough talking' on border question is 'over-hyped': Irish Independent
Laura Larkin

Brexit-induced rush for Irish passports is baffling: Irish Post
Joe Horgan

BBC Spotlight – Brexit, Dark Money and the DUP: BBC
Jim Fitzpatrick

Arlene Foster did not break the commandment on the Sabbath day: The News Letter
Colin Nevin

Jim Allister criticises DUP attendance at LGBT event in Stormont: Belfast Telegraph

Why did Arlene Foster go to the Ulster GAA Final?: The Irish Times
Alex Kane

Campbell dismisses Sinn Féin anti-sectarianism policy as 'photo-call': The News Letter

Orange Order rejects call to invite Sinn Féin's Mary Lou McDonald to the Twelfth: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Whiterock parade ruling has 'rewarded republican intransigence': The News Letter

No restrictions 'necessary' for Kilcoole march: The News Letter

Tricolour theft prompts PSNI south Armagh operation: Irish News

PSNI officers disciplined for Damien McLaughlin bail fiasco: The News Letter

Pat Finucane – Supreme Court urged to quash inquiry decision: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Government subverted law by refusing Finucane inquiry, court told: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

RUC told to put intelligence before arrests, reveals secret MI5 report: The Guardian
Ian Cobain and Owen Bowcott

Northern Irish civil group infiltrated by UK police: The Times
Ellen Coyne

Former Stormont Speaker calls for census question on united Ireland: ITV

Rifle allegedly used in Ballymurphy shooting was modified: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

John Blair to become first openly gay MLA at Stormont: BBC
Jayne McCormack

Councillor 'doesn't get the message' after another far-right 'Freedom Rally' announced: Belfast Telegraph
Andrew Madden

Archbishop Diarmuid Martin rebukes Fine Gael minister over Dublin mass mix-up: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

'I think we'd all make quite good priests': Josepha Madigan responds to Archbishop's criticism: TheJournal.ie
Hayley Halpin

Taoiseach backs ordination of women as Catholic priests: The Irish Times
Martin Wall

Tuesday, June 26

No UK proposal to solve Irish border Brexit issue until 'next month', minister says: The Independent
Jon Stone

Andrea Leadsom says PM's Border solution is unwieldy: The Irish Times

Irish slower to cut UK links than EU peers since leave vote: Irish Independent
Donal O'Donovan

Mary McAleese says she is 'heartbroken by Brexit': The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

What Brexit teaches us about a united Ireland: The Times
Jason O'Mahony

NI Secretary – Stormont getting closer to restoration of institutions: The News Letter
Michael McHugh

First Ulster Unionist elected to Seanad urges NI politicians to lead by example: Belfast Telegraph

Arlene Foster's Ulster final gesture fuels fresh optimism over Stormont talks: Irish News
John Manley

Sinn Féin hails Arlene Foster's visit to football final as hand of friendship: The News Letter
Michael McHugh

Foster hopes GAA will reciprocate gesture: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Arlene Foster outreach will help make everybody comfortable in Northern Ireland: Irish News

GAA still a cold house for Protestants – Wells: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Arlene Foster has ended mystery of GAA for unionists, says Brolly: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

DUP councillor berates Arlene Foster for 'publicly flouting Lord's Day': The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

GAA clubs free to name grounds after IRA and INLA, insists Ulster chief: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Sinn Féin leader Mary Lou McDonald 'sorry' for IRA's murder of Orangemen: The News Letter
Sam McBride

I admire DUP leader Arlene Foster for attending the GAA Ulster football final: Irish Mirror
Paddy Clancy

Arlene Foster must be applauded for going to GAA final: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Arlene Foster must build on positive gestures: Irish News
Editorial

Arlene Foster praised for 'extraordinary' decision to attend an LGBT event: Belfast Telegraph
Nick Lester

Our gesture politics – on all sides – is meaningless: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Q&A – A guide to the DUP-Tory deal one year on: BBC
Jayne McCormack

Dominic Grieve – DUP seems to engage in tactical tricks with no long-term benefit for NI: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

David Ford calls time on career after 20 years up on the hill: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Orange Order parade through mixed area given go-ahead: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

13 loyalist attacks after expulsion threat over crime: ITV

Loyalist hitman 'hard to kill' Aiken dies of drugs overdose in Belfast: The Sunday Life
Ciaran Barnes

Terror victims to speak in Lurgan: The News Letter
Carmel Robinson

Charges dismissed over rocket launcher snowman in window: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn MacDermott

Dublin man jailed for five years for IRA membership: The Irish Times
Eoin Reynolds

Widow of murdered Belfast solicitor Pat Finucane takes inquiry bid to UK's highest court: The News Letter
Cathy Gordon

Boris Johnson plans to hire a special envoy to secure compensation from Libya for IRA victims: The Sun
Steve Hawkes

'They want us all to move on. What they mean is we should forget': The News Letter

Peadar Toibin to defy Sinn Féin party whip on abortion: Irish Examiner
Daniel McConnell

Confirmed – Details of Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's visit to Dublin: Irish Independent

Pope's Ireland visit prompts 'protest booking' campaign: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry and Jack Power

Excitement grows over Papal visit: Irish News
Editorial

'IRA tweet' MSP backs Easter Rising leader: The News Letter

Jim Sillars – SNP risk undoing Yes vote with Brexit stance: The Herald
Tom Gordon

Monday, June 25

Varadkar – Not my job to help Theresa May: Irish Examiner
Daniel McConnell

Karen Bradley to meet EU's Michel Barnier in Brussels: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Brexit – Irish Sea border completely unacceptable, says top Remainer: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Time is running out as the real Brexit test looms (Jun 24): Sunday Independent
Lisa Chambers

Ireland must push for Brexit deal: Irish Independent
Editorial

Alliance's David Ford to step down from Stormont after 20 years: Belfast Telegraph

Twenty years ago today – the election that was supposed to change everything, but ended up changing nothing: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

I want to have a shared society, and to do that you have to take steps, Arlene Foster declares as she joins crowds at Ulster GAA final: Belfast Telegraph
Jane Scott

Arlene Foster Ulster Final attendance hailed a "big step": Belfast Live
David Young

Arlene Foster's GAA gesture deserves recognition, not cynicism: Belfast Telegraph
Jon Tonge

Cross-community visits ought to be a non event: The News Letter
Editorial

Palestinian flags on display during Ulster Final as GAA appears to soften its stance: Irish News
John Monaghan

'We're now accepted in the heart of the Shankill and Falls... sometimes it's bewildering.': Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Push to find disappeared IRA victims is stepped up: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Victims have Labour leader Corbyn in sights after meeting (Jun 23): Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

"My daughter is 'terrified' to get on another bus": Belfast Media
Conor McParland

Anger after 'coordinated attacks' on Newry Republican memorials: Newry Times

Arsonists must be caught: Irish News
Editorial

50 years on – The protest that sent Northern Ireland on the road to the Troubles (Jun 20): The National (Scotland)
Martin Hannan

Contemptuous as ever, the Sinn Féin juggernaut is now rolling over freedom of conscience: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Any election is madness while Brexit uncertainty continues (Jun 24): Sunday Independent
Brian Hayes

Leo Varadkar may bet on taming the Sinn Féin tiger (Jun 24): Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

'Women of the Glens' were Irish nationalists, so why did BBC NI make out they were unionists? (Jun 21): Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

The Irish Times view on the cash-for-ash scandal – Breathtaking incompetence: The Irish Times
Editorial

Peter Robinson's son 'received £4,000 from Nama probe developer': Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Same-sex marriages must be allowed in Northern Ireland, says actress Bronagh Waugh: Belfast Telegraph

Opinions divided in Garda about naming outsider as commissioner: The Irish Times
Conor Lally

Presbyterian Church tells members – Let's differ in a Christian way: The News Letter

Clondalkin councillor Jonathan Graham to quit Sinn Féin: Irish Examiner
Daniel McConnell

'The Angelus bells remind us of an Ireland that no longer exists' (Jun 6): The Irish Times
Laura Kennedy

Brexit is pushing us to independence: The Scotsman
Lesley Riddoch

BBC viewers complain about biased England commentary: The Herald
Martin Williams

Sunday, June 24

Most Brexit voters feel a hard border with Northern Ireland would be worth it to leave the customs union – we shouldn't be surprised: Independent on Sunday
Feargal Cochrane

DUP-Tory deal – Is it delivering what it promised?: BBC
Jayne McCormack

Sinn Féin chooses its words carefully as unionism struggles to keep flag flying: The Sunday Times
Newton Emerson

Boris Johnson stays silent after Ahern calls him a buffoon (Jun 23): The Times
Ellen Coyne

UUP meet with Orange Order and vow to stand against 'terrorist apologists': The News Letter

Ex-Paras hit by new 'witch-hunt': Daily Express
Lynne Greaves

'Passionate' meeting on legacy plan: The News Letter

'Co-ordinated' attacks on republican memorials condemned: Belfast Telegraph

Security alert ongoing after suspect device found in Waterside area of Derry, residents evacuated and bomb squad at the scene: Derry Now

'UK Freedom March' and 'anti fascist' protest come face-to-face at Belfast City Hall: Belfast Live
Ryan Smith

Paramiltary past of Damien McLaughlin, the man who fled jurisdiction while on bail: The News Letter

Rushing border poll would be 'recipe for disaster', warns Seamus Mallon: The Irish Times
Sorcha Pollak

'I've always hated the term 'the UK'. I find it an insult to me as an Irish person': TheJournal.ie
Michael Fortune

Abortion stance of gang-like SF strikes at vital republican values – ex-MLA: The News Letter

Leo Varadkar puts Fine Gael on election footing: The Sunday Times
Stephen O'Brien

Sinn Féin and Fine Gael like 'oil and water – they don't mix' (Jun 6): The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

RHI inquiry – DUP spads 'tried to frustrate changes to scheme' (Jun 22): Irish News
John Monaghan

Staff made 'uncomfortable' over Fermanagh GAA progress – MLA hits out at 'latent intimidation': Belfast Telegraph

Arlene Foster to attend Ulster GAA final in Clones: RTE
Tommie Gorman

DUP's Foster applauded as she takes seat at Fermanagh GAA Ulster Championship final: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Presbyterian clerk denies ministers are being silenced: BBC

Catholic Church embarking on Papal marketing mission: RTE
Joe Little

Losing our religion? 'People in Ireland have turned from God and it's sad' (Jun 17): Sunday Independent
John Meagher

Women suffer while Northern Ireland hides from 21st century (May 29): The Times
Stella Creasy

Comparing the Irish abortion vote with the Brexit poll is disingenuous (May 28): The Guardian
Brigid Laffan

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry BAN mention of Brexit on Ireland visit: Daily Express
Camilla Tominey

200 extras sought for Troubles funeral scene: Derry Journal
Arthur Duffy

Scottish independence supporters march to Bannockburn: The Guardian
Patrick Greenfield

Saturday, June 23

No-deal Brexit plans discussed at British Irish Council: BBC

Varadkar warns of likelihood of no-deal Brexit: The Irish Times
Will Green

'Brexit is pushing Ireland closer to UNIFICATION' – Irish politician's triumphant boast: Daily Express
James Bickerton

Hillary Clinton – Brexit must not undermine Northern Ireland peace process: The News Letter
Michael McHugh

Donegal risks becoming 'collateral damage' from Brexit: The Irish Times
Freya McClements

Brexit – Two years on, the Irish dilemma remains as intractable as ever: RTE
Tony Connelly

UK looks weak in Brexit talks but Ireland might have been too strong: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Brexit means England will stand alone, Ireland will be united and Scotland will be a nation again: The Herald
Fidelma Cook

Decision not to host Commonwealth Youth Games just one more example of price we pay for political failure: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Prison service facing serious questions over absconded murderer: Irish News
Editorial

McLaughlin abscond sends out a signal that bail is optional: The News Letter
Editorial

Black family are latest terror victims who await justice: The News Letter
Editorial

IRA victims welcome 'first step' of talks with Labour shadow secretary: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Jeffrey Donaldson claims disproportionate focus on 'actions of the state': Irish News
Allison Morris

'Worst betrayal of soldiers in world': The News Letter

Appeal for witnesses to SAS ambush that killed three IRA men: Irish News
Connla Young

Legendary journalist and friend of unionists who predicted collapse of Northern Ireland power-sharing: Belfast Telegraph
Laurence White

Calls for more power to councils gets mixed response at City Hall: Belfast Live
Andrew Madden

How local government can help out businesses (Jun 19): Belfast Telegraph
Tina McKenzie

Belfast City Hall protest – March and counter-demo planned for today: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Sinn Féin are to table a no confidence motion in under-fire deputy mayor Derek Hussey: Derry Journal

SDLP figures on board on Iona Institute (Jun 21): Irish News
John Manley

Presbyterian ministers warned about bringing church "into disrepute": BBC

If traditionalists refuse to embrace social change, they will be left behind: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Ulster Presbyterians were among the most enlightened people in Ireland but have stepped back into the Dark Ages: The News Letter
Brian McClinton

Grand Central Hotel a stark contrast to our political failure: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Still unclear if DUP leader Arlene Foster will attend Ulster football final (Jun 22): Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Royals' visit to Tralee hailed as a huge success: The Kerryman
Simon Brouder

Sinn Féin MP hits out at 'hovercraft' map of Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Sheils McNamee

In Ireland, What's Legal Is Now Mandatory (Jun 14): NationalReview.com
Michael Brendan Dougherty

Friday, June 22

'Ireland's border is the EU's border, and the EU's priority' – Juncker's words receive applause in the Dáil: Irish Independent
John Downing and Laura Larkin

EU plans Ireland supports in case of hard Brexit: Irish Examiner
Elaine Loughlin and Fiachra O Cionnaith

Jean-Claude Juncker insists 'whether one lives in Derry or in Donegal' the border must remain invisible: Derry Journal

Eurocrat Jean-Claude Juncker tells Irish politicians 'I wish I were drunk' in bizarre speech blasting UK over Brexit: The Sun
Nick Gutteridge

Divided Cabinet united against EU's Irish border plan as Juncker warns of no deal Brexit: Daily Telegraph
James Crisp

Juncker piles pressure on Ireland to adopt Brussels' corporate tax plans: The Times
John Walsh

British Brexit negotiators have policy of 'Ireland last, if at all' says McDonald: Irish Examiner

Ulster Unionist leader claims NI seen as 'expendable' to some Brexit negotiators in Westminster: ITV

Tánaiste warns of no-deal Brexit as negotiations stall: The Irish Times
Vivienne Clarke

Republic of Ireland being used as 'bargaining chip' by EU – Nigel Dodds: Belfast Telegraph

'Boris will ruin us all' – Bertie Ahern: Meath Chronicle
John Donohoe

The Irish Times view on the Brexit talks – A lesson in solidarity: The Irish Times
Editorial

Irish border defies Brexit planners: Irish News
Editorial

Government wins a crucial vote but shape of Brexit is still unclear: The News Letter
Editorial

Fudge cannot hide the hard truth on Brexit: The Herald
Editorial

Why extradition has always been the bane of relations between Northern Ireland and its southern neighbour: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Ryder

Brexit and Stormont to dominate British-Irish Council summit: RTE
Fiona Mitchell

Joint Effort: The Times
Editorial

Arlene Foster announced LGBT event attendance 'before confirming with organisers': Irish News
Brendan Hughes

DUP's Foster must 'cheer up' and prove herself, says Bertie Ahern: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Bain

Young people expose brutal reality of paramilitary attacks in hard-hitting video: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Belfast Ormeau residents 'threatened' by groups putting up flags for Twelfth: Belfast Telegraph

Row over Israeli flags flying near the hospital: The News Letter
Carmel Robinson

Concerns voiced in mixed Belfast area over loyalist parade plan: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Bain

On-the-run Michael McIlveen killer arrested in Antrim: BBC

How did Michael McIlveen killer give guards the slip during Belfast trip?: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Edwards

Raymond Johnston murder – Police blame dissident republicans: BBC
Richard Morgan

Gardaí to review role in collapse of David Black murder trial: RTE

David Black killing – Family devastated at trial collapse: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Maghaberry prisoners opened book of condolence for David Black, son says: Irish News
Michael McHugh

Damien McLaughlin – Dissident who's never far from the headlines: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Northern Ireland man David Coleman to stand trial on UDA membership charge: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh McDonald

Paramilitary cash seized in Antrim raids: Belfast Telegraph

'Unfair to reinvestigate soldiers 30 years later unless fresh evidence': The News Letter

Army files on soldiers accused of collusion over Miami Showband massacre 'destroyed': Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

MPs tackle Boris over ambassador's Libya comments: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Revealed – Northern Ireland's huge £1.4bn trade surplus with Republic: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

SDLP leader Colum Eastwood says gay brother feels unwelcome in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph

MPs demand law for same-sex marriage in Northern Ireland: The Times
Matt Chorley

Dropped Palestinian campaigner John Hurson to speak at GAA club: Irish News
Connla Young

What does Brexit mean for Scottish independence?: The Times
Ian Montagu

Thursday, June 21

Juncker to visit Dublin amid Irish border differences post-Brexit: Belfast Telegraph

Chief Brexit co-ordinator says border backstop plan 'not acceptable': The News Letter

Varadkar won't pause Brexit talks despite lack of progress: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle and Shona Murray

UK 'will not be trusted' if it fails to honour Border commitment: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

Campaigners welcoming Dublin's 'positive' response to post-Brexit MEPs proposal: Irish News

DUP – Nigel Dodds attacks EU'S 'completely wrong' approach on security in Brexit process: The News Letter
Richard Wheeler

Brexit not a 'Trojan horse' for united Ireland, says Sinn Féin's McDonald: Belfast Telegraph

EU understanding of border queried by MP: Derry Journal

208 border road crossings between Northern Ireland and Republic: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

How European Arrest Warrant plays vital role in war on crime: Belfast Telegraph

Brexit – Northern Ireland get approval from European Parliament to still receive funding as EU member: Irish Mirror
Ferghal Blaney

EU brinkmanship is a boon for terrorists: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Stormont impasse leads to UK moving to convene joint body: The Times
Jennifer Bray

Sinn Féin need to end political 'boycott' says DUP's Nigel Dodds: Belfast Telegraph

A border poll at this time could well be divisive, but you cannot tell nationalists No indefinitely: Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

Ronan Kerr murder – Man charged with terrorism offences: BBC

£200k 'bonfire diversion' cash handed out at Belfast City Council: Belfast Telegraph
Andrew Madden

Fire Service inspection reports of loyalist bonfires revealed (Jun 11): Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Sinn Féin anger at erection of loyalist paramilitary flags in Down: Belfast Telegraph

Peace walls and other social frontiers can breed crime and conflict in cities (Jun 5): TheConversation.co.uk
Gwilym Pryce

Widow who came face to face with notorious killer tells her story (Jun 15): Irish News
Allison Morris

It is alarming that an ex RUC officer has been investigated for 17 years (Jun 18): The News Letter
Editorial

DUP man not allowed British passport: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

Sinn Féin's McCallion calls for Derry drink-drive deputy mayor to consider position: Belfast Telegraph

SDLP calls on councillor Brian Duffin to resign: BBC

MLA seeks RTÉ meeting on blocking of GAA coverage to northern viewers: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Varadkar – Be very afraid of a Sinn Féin government: The Times
Jennifer Bray

McDonald calls for reality check to overcome abortion objections: Belfast Telegraph

Tories' only councillor in Northern Ireland on why as an 'unapologetic Christian' he supports same-sex marriage and abortion reform (Jun 4): Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Former US secret service man to take senior Garda Ombudsman job (Jun 12): The Irish Times
Conor Lally

It could be EU Returners are 'helping cause Irish property market boom': Irish World

SDLP councillor says GAA has questions to answer over John Hurson (Jun 15): Irish News
Connla Young

GAA denies Palestinian flag ban: Irish News

SNP – 'No rope strong enough' to hold Scotland to UK under 'cliff edge' Brexit: The Herald

Wednesday, June 20

Coveney accuses UK government of Brexit 'revisionism': The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly, Patrick Smyth and Jack Power

British MEP Seb Dance urges Irish Government to stand firm in Brexit negotiations as it could create 'chaos' in UK ranks: Irish Mirror
Ferghal Blaney

Patience with Britain 'wearing out' over Border solution – Hogan: The Irish Times
Jack Power

Sinn Féin leadership to meet with British Prime Minister later: HighlandRadio.com

'It is not the war' – Lithuanian president warns against hard Irish Border: The Irish Times
Vaidotas Beniusis

UNITED IRELAND support SURGES – Shock Brexit poll reveals Northern Ireland could QUIT UK: Daily Express
Joey Millar

Majority in Britain believe the north's constitutional future is in its own hands: Irish News
John Manley

Passport issue 'horrendous' and breach of Belfast Accord: Derry Journal

Brexit – Northern Ireland security at risk if UK kicked out of EU extradition system, warns police chief: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Bain

MLA slams 'disrespectful' Bradley for snubbing politicians on Omagh visit: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Judge rules it would be unsafe to convict Black accused: ITV

Dubliner jailed for his part in IRA kneecapping: The Irish Times

Arlene Foster must say sorry for hurt caused by DUP: Belfast Telegraph
Gavin Boyd

Arlene Foster deserves credit for reaching out to NI's LGBT community... but like Taoiseach Leo Varadkar meeting with the Orange Order, the real question now is – what happens next?: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

Ex-Sinn Féin MLA 'unlawfully discriminated against' awarded £5,500 payout: Impartial Reporter
Jonathan Rainey

Aidan McAnespie – Soldier faces checkpoint killing charges: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Relief for family of Army shooting victim Aidan McAnespie at chance to 'learn the truth': Belfast Telegraph
Gillian Halliday

Death of Aidan McAnespie has hung heavily over community for 30 years: Irish News
Connla Young

Piecemeal approach to past is not working: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

To get some balance in legacy, the government should release information that links politicians to terrorism: The News Letter
Doug Beattie

Radical action needed from London on legacy scandal: The News Letter
Editorial

Even half a century after Caledon inequality in housing is glaring (Jun 18): Irish News
Nichola Mallon

'High proportion of Catholic boys' at NI juvenile justice centre: The News Letter

Call for big turnout at Belfast rally in response to English Defence League Tommy Robinson demo: Belfast Telegraph
Brett Campbell

Nolan quits Sinn Féin after clash with party on abortion: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

Cheering SF pro-choice members on a power trip, says campaigner: The News Letter

The protest over Peter Robinson's professorship at Queen's was ludicrous (Jun 18): Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Prince Charles not the only one who needs history lessons (Jun 17): Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry urged to meet the public during visit to Dublin: Irish Mirror
Rebecca Black, Niall O'Connor and Ferghal Blaney

Top civil servants removed stark warning to Bell about RHI crisis: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Anger over blocking of GAA broadcast: Irish News
Editorial

Every age has its own type of blasphemy (Jun 17): The Sunday Times
David Quinn

High-profile GAA members sign Palestine petition amid controversy over flags: Irish News
Connla Young

Bob Geldof joins calls for second Brexit vote (Jun 11): The Times

Brexit paves the way for Scotland's divorce from UK: The Herald
Iain Macwhirter

Tuesday, June 19

Voters want to leave the EU Customs Union even if it means a hard Irish border, poll finds: Daily Mail
Tim Sculthorpe

Leave voters would rather lose Northern Ireland than give up the benefits of Brexit: Daily Telegraph
Michael Ashcroft

Labour peer calls for post-Brexit border clarity: BBC
Stephen Walker

Jean-Claude Juncker en route to show support for Irish Brexit stance: Irish Examiner
Elaine Loughlin

Irish believe there is still time for May to offer Border solution: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Yet another knife-edge vote on Brexit looms for Theresa May: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Why Scottish can teach us some lessons about Brexit: Belfast Telegraph
John Simpson

Brexit upended things but I still don't expect Irish unity: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Man wanted in UK set to challenge extradition over Brexit: The Irish Times
Ruaidhrí Giblin

United Ireland may be in the gift of "others": The Irish Times
Paul Nolan

The proposed legacy structures are built on shameful foundations: The News Letter
Jim Allister

Northern Secretary shrugs off embarrassment over leaked papers: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Electronic voter registration introduced in NI: ITV

Union flag at NI courthouses 'discriminatory', woman claims: The Irish Times
Alan Erwin

Principal disputes claim UDA flag erected 'at entrance' to Belfast primary school: Irish News

SDLP's John Dallat hits out at Orange sash bonfire sign: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

YouTube refuses to explain or apologise for parade video actions: The News Letter

Foster to be first DUP leader to attend a gay rights event: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Organisers welcome Foster's decision to attend LGBT event in North: The Irish Times

Arlen Foster's efforts to move DUP on from its toxic past is encouraging: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Arlene Foster's charm offensive: Irish News
Editorial

Man, 34, arrested by PSNI under the Terrorism Act: Irish Examiner

DUP hand over car registration details to police in Derry after reports of motorists driving through Waterside estate and shouting sectarian abuse at residents: Derry Now

Sandy Row bonfire lit early in bid to 'stoke up tensions': Belfast Live
Ryan Smith

New far-right group which staged Belfast protest hits out at 'neo-Nazi' claims: Irish News
Andrew Madden

Met Police infiltrated Northern Ireland civil rights groups and Sinn Féin, inquiry hears: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Son of murdered Portlaoise prison officer says Sinn Féin readmitting suspended Senator is 'arrogant': Leinster Express

Soldier charged with manslaughter over 1988 Aidan McAnespie killing: Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Féin launch Civil Rights 50th anniversary commemorative march: Derry Now

Meghan Markle will visit Ireland in first official trip with Harry abroad to 'experience its rich culture': Daily Mirror
Abigail O'Leary

Sky apologises after GAA fans in Northern Ireland miss out on RTÉ show The Sunday Game: Belfast Telegraph

Kicking Out – Partitionist TV mess is of the GAA's own doing: Irish News
Cahair O'Kane

Junior minister says a government involving Sinn Féin would 'risk security of State': TheJournal.ie
Michelle Hennessy

FG's 'double standards' on SF deal: Irish Independent
Laura Larkin

Smug and tanned – DUP's Big Davy Simpson has some cheek: The Sunday Life
Suzanne Breen

Electronic voter registration introduced in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph

Raymond McCord appointed to panel of international peace group: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

New Meath bishop urges support for Catholic schools: Irish Examiner
Niall Murray

It shouldn't be hats off to the Pope in August, but a cautious welcome: Irish Examiner
Fergus Finlay

Gibraltar – the other major difficulty in Brexit negotiations: RTE
Gerry O'Reilly

Who do we back, then?: The National (Scotland)
Kevin McKenna

Monday, June 18

Northern Secretary's briefing notes sent to media in blunder: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Leo polls on Brexit collapse and a United Ireland (Jun 17): Sunday Independent
Jody Corcoran

EU summit will be 'test' for Irish Government says Sinn Féin president: ITV

Semantic game of Brexit now focused on the meaning of the word 'meaningful': The Irish Times
Chris Johns

Four things that should happen before Irish unity (Jun 15): Irish Examiner
David Mitchell

'Republic can't really afford united Ireland now, but if they could get Northern Ireland into a semi-detached position then perhaps they could move into a full united Ireland in 10 or 20 years...': Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

The plates may be moving, but who knows in which direction (Jun 17): Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

'Fantasy world' – Wilson derides Sinn Féin's McDonald after ard fheis speech: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Sinn Féin 'not selling out' in pitch for power: Irish Examiner
Fiachra O Cionnaith

Micheál Martin scornful of Sinn Féin leader Mary Lou McDonald's 'feeling of entitlement': The Times
Ellen Coyne

Sinn Féin reaches turning point in political positioning: Irish Examiner
Fiachra O Cionnaith

All eyes on Mary Lou McDonald as she steers Sinn Féin to centre ground: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Sinn Féin has lust for power but just can't find a partner (Jun 17): Sunday Independent
Kevin Doyle

Shinner sisters to the fore as the party journeys from agitation to making legislation: Irish News
John Manley

Renegade TDs come under pressure after Sinn Féin abortion vote: Irish Examiner
Fiachra O Cionnaith

Bloody Sunday movement was infiltrated by Met policeman: The Times
Fiona Hamilton

50 years on – Caledon Protest helped change history: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Special Branch agent handler 'hung out to dry' after battle to save lives: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Amnesty for British soldiers fuels division over dealing with Northern Ireland's past (May 11): The Conversation
Kevin Hearty

SF demand legacy inquest funds yet fail to help IRA victims get truth: The News Letter
Jeffrey Donaldson

Press regulator IPSO rejects complaint by suspect in Loughinisland massacre: Irish News
John Monaghan

Concerns raised over Police Ombudsman role: Irish News
Connla Young

'Outrage' at desecration of wreaths: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

UDA flag erected at entrance to south Belfast primary school: Irish News

Royal Black makes history as new leader elected at hall in Republic: Belfast Telegraph

DfI fear for staff safety over East Belfast bonfire: Irish News
Paul Ainsworth

Arlene Foster to meet members of LGBT community in landmark move: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

'No pressure' on David Simpson to resign as DUP MP, says party: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Foster's efforts to forge more pluralist DUP are welcome: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Foster to 'wait and see' on Ulster SFC final: Irish News
Gareth McKeown

I'd welcome Arlene Foster at GAA final, says Sinn Féin's Gildernew: Belfast Telegraph
Gerry McLaughlin

Ministers told – 'Don't mention Brexit in front of the royals' (Jun 17): Sunday Independent
Philip Ryan

Diluting our teaching can make it meaningless – Presbyterian Moderator: The News Letter

I backed repeal of the Eighth and it was not a sin, insists Mary McAleese: The Times
Ellen Coyne

Many Irish are Catholic by culture rather than conviction – bishop: The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

Pope's gay family claims ridiculed ahead of visit: The Times
Ellen Coyne

The Pope is welcome to come, but his visit will not define the era or Ireland (Jun 17): Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

SNP's Brexit walkout was an empty gesture: The Times
Magnus Linklater

The SNP's Westminster walkout was a game changer (Jun 17): Sunday Herald
Editorial

Why is Boris Johnson obsessed with building bloody bridges? (Jun 13): New Statesman
John Elledge

Sunday, June 17

Sinn Féin claims Tories in fantasy over Irish border: Sunday Herald

No Brexit progress until border resolved says Sinn Féin: BBC
Jayne McCormack

'Crazy!' Ireland turns on EU as Brexit alliance crumbles – 'Stop RAILROADING us': Daily Express
Joey Millar

Brexit – How a week in politics has made a backstop deal more remote: RTE
Tony Connelly

DUP not interested in protecting livelihoods in NI – SF president: The News Letter

New female face of republicanism is intent on return to negotiating table: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

'We'll talk to all parties' – Sinn Féin amends motion stating it can only go into power with left-wing parties: TheJournal.ie
Christina Finn

Mary Lou – Irish political life is not longer dictated by Fianna Fáil or Fine Gael: Sunday Independent
Kevin Doyle

Mary Lou McDonald signals Sinn Féin's shift to middle ground: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

Sinn Féin backs Stormont despite divide on abortion: The Sunday Times
Justine McCarthy

Sinn Féin vote to change abortion policy: BBC
Jayne McCormack

SF's proposed abortion policy voting diktat 'gravely immoral' (Jun 13): The News Letter

Sinn Féin rejects motion for conscience vote on abortion law: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

Pro-Choice Authoritarianism Is Coming to Ireland (Jun 13): NationalReview.com
Wesley J. Smith

End 'sick' witch-hunt against Army, says MP accused over his own time in Ulster: Daily Express
Kate Devlin

Death of two 'courageous' RUC officers recalled by former MLA: The News Letter
Danny Kennedy

Deniers and enablers – how politicians let down family of victim Robert McCartney: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Ex-RUC officer Pollock dedicated life to his injured colleagues after losing legs in bomb: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

What will Brexit mean for Irish students?: The Irish Times
Kevin O'Sullivan

McEntee says peace bridge is symbolic of EU's bona fides: Derry Journal

Foster meets Fermanagh GAA team ahead of Ulster final: BBC

Seamus Mallon 'honoured' with Drogheda award: Drogheda Independent

Fine Gael senator calls for Ireland to rejoin the Commonwealth – and says it's what Eamon de Valera would have wanted: Irish Sun
Kieran Dineen

Satisfaction with Government rises, new poll suggests: RTE
Justin McCarthy

Livid ex-Presbyterian cleric calls on QUB to sever ties with Church: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Bain

Churches help perpetuate injustices against LGBT people, says Bishop: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

A reminder of the shameful Pastor McConnell saga: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Fundamentalists guiding once broad Presbyterianism down a narrow path: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Church's same-sex ruling leaves it with a painful dilemma (Jun 13): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Next in Irish Voters' Cross Hairs? A Law Banning Blasphemy: New York Times
Ed O'Loughlin

Ireland is asking what role the Catholic Church should play in public education: NPR
Matthew Bell

We've come a long, long way together – How Ireland has changed since the last papal visit: Sunday Independent
David Fleming

Pontiff's visit can give Catholics new belief: The Sunday Times
Conor Brady

Federal Union may solve Brexit tension: The Sunday Times
Alex Massie

Westminster's contempt has lifted Scotland's hopes of independence: The Guardian
Kevin McKenna

Scots would rather see Russia win the World Cup than England: The Sunday Times
Jason Allardyce

Saturday, June 16

Brexit – 'call Ireland's bluff' on Border, Rees-Mogg tells May: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Tory MP's 'call Ireland's bluff' comment is just 'scraping the bottom of the barrel': TheJournal.ie
Michelle Hennessy

Dublin enrages Downing Street by comparing Irish hard border to BERLIN WALL in Brexit slur: Daily Express
Isabel van Brugen

Response to Brexit questions on North criticised: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

'It's DISASTER!' Sinn Féin President claims Brits did NOT consider consequences of Brexit: Daily Express
Charlotte Davis

Ireland forced to play both sides in messy Brexit divorce: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Sensible approach to Brexit urgently needed: Irish News
Editorial

DUP living in fools' paradise, says Michelle O'Neill: BBC

Sinn Féin's O'Neill calls for fresh talks in bid to achieve 'sustainable compromise': Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

North 'still open for business despite political paralysis' says Chamber head: Irish News
Gary McDonald

Sinn Féin cleared for coalition talks with Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil: Irish Examiner
Fiachra O Cionnaith

'It is time for a woman Taoiseach' – Sinn Féin Ard Fheis hears party is ready for an election: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

The Irish Times view on Sinn Féin's ardfheis – Edging towards the mainstream: The Irish Times
Editorial

Be Serious: The Times
Editorial

So easily seduced: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Charles shakes hands with former IRA gun runner as Ireland trip ends: ITV

Sinn Féin's meeting with Charles dubbed 'hollow and meaningless': The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Prince hails visit to the Kingdom as 'remarkable': Irish Examiner
Anne Lucey, Tony Jones, David Young, and Aoife-Grace Moore

We're good neighbours, not bad republicans: The Times
Lise Hand

Restrictions are placed on Tour of the North parade: Belfast Media
Conor McParland

Paramilitary Crime Task Force arrests two men in Newtownards after gun, ammunition and drugs discovered: Belfast Telegraph

Northern Ireland Secretary Karen Bradley uses human rights laws to block amnesty for Brits who served during Troubles: The Sun
Harry Cole and Lynn Davidson

Legal challenge for public inquiry into Omagh Bomb in court next month: Belfast Telegraph

Fifty years on from civil rights, NI segregation 'simply not tackled': The Irish Times
Freya McClements

'It was horrific. It really was just like a bad dream': The News Letter
Duncan Elder

Councillors clash as Hussey given policing role: BBC

Hunger striker's plea over Nairac body praised by MLA: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Robert Nairac – Army captain IRA victim 'likely buried': BBC

Strong suggestion DUP leader Arlene Foster will attend GAA's Ulster Football Championship final: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Arlene Foster receives henna hand tattoo at Muslim event to celebrate end of Ramadan: Belfast Telegraph

Naomi Long – Presbyterian Church causing 'great concern': BBC
Stephen Walker

MLAs 'feel uncomfortable' giving support to Presbyterian Church: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Church feeling heat from political critics after Alderdice quits: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

A painful row within Presbyterianism, but it is an internal one: The News Letter
Editorial

Sinn Féin faces abortion vote that may see two TDs quit party: Irish Examiner
Fiachra O Cionnaith

Rival parties 'cop out' on abortion, says Sinn Féin: Irish News

The mutant ideology that's driving MPs to impose abortion on Northern Ireland: Catholic Herald
Lord Alton

Nuala McAllister was one of Belfast's worst lord mayors ever – Rodgers: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Nuala McAllister hits back at 'men in grey suits' at Belfast City Council after being labelled 'one of the worst lord mayors ever': Belfast Telegraph
Mark Edwards

Lord Kilclooney complainant calls for Lords' code of conduct reform: Irish News
John Manley

Tory Brexit insults are helping the SNP's case on devolution: The Herald
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