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Tuesday, March 15

Colum Eastwood – 'We have got to future-gaze, not focus on looking back': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

'We don't deny British identity of Ulster folk': Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Have a border poll now to show Sinn Fein just how far away unity really is: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Hasty U-turn can't hide fact the Sinn Fein mask slipped: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

DUP split over Mid Ulster Assembly seat: The News Letter

Revealed – How taxpayers pay for party spin doctors (Mar 12): The News Letter
Sam McBride

Chief Constable George Hamilton and Policing Board chairman Anne Connolly in Washington: Irish News
Claire Simpson

First and deputy first ministers visit US to promote NI corporation tax rate: BBC
John Campbell

'Different hymn sheets' for Arlene Foster and Martin McGuinness on trade mission: Belfast Telegraph

A hard sell, but hopefully US trade mission will bear fruit: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Anger over council funds for events at bonfires but lack of cash for Easter Rising 1916 commemorations: Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

Nationalist councillors request 'call-in' of bonfire funding decision: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

'No funding' if tyres on bonfire: Carrick Times

Irish word on manhole cover row deepens as word scraped off: Irish Independent
Nevin Farrell

Armed officers guard courtroom as man faces murder bid charge: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

PSNI thwarting of murder bids is welcomed: Londonderry Sentinel

Dignity of officer's widow in stark contrast to dissident thugs (Mar 10): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

We're so lucky no one was hurt by reckless pipe bomb, say police: Belfast Telegraph
Chris McCullough

Gang led by 'Mr Big' issues chilling threat to dig up body of murdered IRA boss Alan Ryan: Irish Mirror
David Maher

McCreesh council got EU peace cash to 'tackle sectarianism': The News Letter

Compensation bid by ex-UDR man acquitted over 1983 murder 'at end': The News Letter

How survivor of IRA Manchester bomb finally got help from NI victims groups: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Reavey brother welcomes 5 year legacy inquests plan: The Cross Examiner

'I can't rest until my brother's IRA killers are caught' – after 43 years of silence, murdered soldier's family tell of agony: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Dungannon Hillcrest Bar bomb victim was 'a good man': Tyrone Times
Annamay McNally

Nelson McCausland's intolerance is pathetic: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Donnelly

Thinking afresh in a year of centenaries: Irish News
Fionnuala O Connor

Four unlikely leaders celebrated on Easter Rising banners: The Irish Times
Hugh Linehan

Remarried widows and widowers of prison officers have pensions reinstated: The News Letter

RTÉ figures to tell Assembly to explain why online content is blocked in the north: Irish News
John Monaghan

Difficult to reconcile old Civil War foes for coalition deal: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

Cross-Border orchestra makes cash plea to cover White House bill: The Irish Times
Elaine Keogh

Local MLAs are poles apart on Europe issue: Fermanagh Herald

Scotland's subservient status in the EU referendum must be challenged: The Herald
Gordon Wilson

Monday, March 14

UUP and SDLP leaders hint at a future together in Opposition: The News Letter

SDLP will not enter government unless new roads funded: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

SDLP leader Colum Eastwood – We need to make NI work: The News Letter

SDLP calls for 'intensified North-South economic integration': The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Is there enough fresh thinking to stem the SDLP slide?: Irish News
John Manley

'Get out there and turn the tide,' UUP election candidates told: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

UUP MLA Andy Allen's assistant to stand against him for Assembly: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

How the hopes and dreams of Basil McCrea's NI21 party ended in abject failure (Mar 2): Belfast Telegraph

The values and beliefs of NI21 had merit but the party did not do the groundwork (Mar 7): The News Letter
Alex Kane

Northern Ireland Assembly elections – Which party are people voting for? (Feb 29): Belfast Telegraph
Bill White

Arlene Foster – FM 'hopes US firms will invest in NI' with lower corporation tax: BBC

We need to tackle the divisions that cost us dearly (Mar 11): Irish News
Editorial

Indo hostility towards Sinn Féin continues: Southern Star

Nationalist councillors request 'call-in' of bonfire funding decision: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Armagh explosion 'could have caused serious injury': Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Young people need to beware of false patriots: Irish News
Tom Kelly

'We need to assess the threat to the 1916 commemorations': TheJournal.ie
Tom Clonan

Scale of dissident republican threat a serious concern: Irish News
Editorial

Overtime clocked up by prison officers hits £9.4m: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Manchester IRA survivor at Stomont to mark terror victims' day: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

St Patrick's Day tinged with sad memories of Hillcrest Bar bombing in Dungannon: Tyrone Times
Kevin Hughes

Birmingham Six anniversary – An appalling vista made real: Irish Examiner
Editorial

UK plan to scrap human rights act 'not thought through': The Irish Times
Colm Keena

Foster and McGuinness unveil new targets for improving quango board diversity (Mar 9): Irish News
John Manley

The OFMDFM phantom project which never existed (Mar 10): The News Letter
Sam McBride

Mid Ulster TUV man outlines reasons behind pro-Brexit: Mid Ulster Mail

Mobilising the Irish vote on Brexit: The Irish Times
Editorial

Scottish nationalism and the inconvenient truth: The Herald
David Torrance

The old case for Scottish independence is dead; long live the new case for Scottish independence: The Spectator
Alex Massie

The hard work that must be done to win Scottish independence: Sunday Herald
Editorial

Sunday, March 13

UUP warns of forming official opposition after elections: Belfast Telegraph

It is an extraordinary situation that former IRA chiefs can lecture victims: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

The frank confessions of an unrepentant lackey: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

SDLP – Eastwood throws down political gauntlet to Sinn Fein for the Assembly election: Derry Journal
Eamon Sweeney

SDLP conference a bid to make progress by preventing panic (Mar 12): Irish News
Patrick Murphy

Luke absurdly coy on nature of relationship with Molyneaux – confining himself to nudge, nudge stuff and biblical references followed by false outrage when pushed about what precisely he is saying: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Outrage over loyalist appeasement in depressingly short supply: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Prison officer bomb accused yawns in court as charges read: Sunday World

Grandson of 1916 Easter Rising rebel condemns wave of violence in Ireland: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Murder weapons seized – Well done (Mar 11): Irish Examiner
Editorial

Jail for sectarian thug who pointed gun at Belfast taxi driver: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh McDonald

Parties divided over bonfire management issue: Newtownabbey Times
Russell Keers

Cost of division in NI is £800m per year: The News Letter

PSNI met less than half of last year's Policing Plan targets, report reveals (Mar 8): Belfast Telegraph

PSNI should display tributes to murdered RUC officers: The News Letter
Editorial

PSNI investigating Military Reaction Force shooting in West Belfast visit scene of killing: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

'We want to know how IRA got Garda file on my murdered brother' (Mar 11): The News Letter

Heartbreak 'never goes away' (Mar 11): The News Letter

The Prisons Memory Archive – Representing the Troubles: The Irish Times
Cahal McLaughlin

Northern Ireland prison population lowest in UK – but number of lifers second highest in Europe (Mar 8): Belfast Telegraph
Claire Cromie

Education minister opens Irish school with only 15 pupils (Mar 1): The News Letter

O'Dowd's Irish language college a vanity project, claim his unionist critics: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

MLA claimed expenses for rent paid to UUP colleague (Mar 8): Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Ruane welcomes students to 1916 Centenary Workshop (Mar 2): Newry Times
Paul Malone

Rising above age-old differences toward a shared future: Impartial Reporter
Denzil McDaniel

Irish Spring: New York Times
Timothy Egan

How will history see Easter 2016?: Sunday Independent
Editorial

Greens a force for the future (Mar 8): Belfast Telegraph
Steven Agnew

St Patrick's Christian message should be shared by all of us: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Martin will strike deal to let Kenny be next Taoiseach: Sunday Independent
Jody Corcoran and Philip Ryan

US fund denies Cushnahan tie in Nama probe: Sunday Independent
Ronald Quinlan

Birmingham Six member Paddy Hill on why the challenges facing the wrongly convicted are more severe than ever: Independent on Sunday
Jon Robins

Forensic evidence used against Guildford Four was stronger than evidence used in gang murder trial, court hears (Mar 7): Irish Independent
Eoin Reynolds

State threatens family centre funding over Catholic ethos: Irish Catholic
Cathal Barry

Brexit – Wrightbus founder supports UK exit from EU: BBC
John Campbell

Nicola Sturgeon to resume drive for Scottish independence: The Guardian
Libby Brooks

Business for Britian group claims Out vote would set back SNP drive for Scottish independence: The Herald
Tom Gordon

Should The UK's Distinct Society Remain In The EU? (Mar 3): Huffington Post (Canada)
Guy Laforest

Saturday, March 12

Sinn Fein calls for Ireland reunification poll if UK votes to leave EU – do you agree?: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Foster was 'scaremongering' over McGuinness First Minister claims says Nesbitt: The News Letter

Foster and McGuinness fight for first Minister 'nonsense', says SDLP leader Colum Eastwood: BBC

First Ministers to meet Obama on whirlwind St Patrick's visit: Belfast Telegraph
Yvette Shapiro

SDLP conference may be first real salvo in the Assembly battle for Foyle: Derry Journal
Eamon Sweeney

'How can McGuinness lecture victims conference on the past?' (Mar 10): The News Letter

SDLP minister Mark H Durkan – 'It's depressing at times at the executive table': Irish News
John Manley

Vile Donald Trump a choirboy compared to some of our elected elite: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

TUV man Donald Crawford branded a 'dinosaur' after explosive rant at Catholics, gays and migrants: Belfast Telegraph

Dissident republicans still pose a severe threat: The Irish Times
Brian Rowan

PSNI urge communities to break with the past and provide intelligence: Irish News
David Young

'IRA man' charged with possession of three assault rifles 'used in Dublin hotel gang murder' – Irish police arrest suspect returning weapons and ammunition to arms dump in Northern Ireland: Daily Mail
Darren Boyle

Woman released about prison officer bomb attack: The News Letter

Police out in force as man appears in court over prison officer 'murder bid': Belfast Telegraph

Secretary of State revokes prison licence of top republican: Londonderry Sentinel

Legal challenge to be mounted against imprisonment of Derry republican: Derry Journal

Dissident raid nets suspected bomb parts: The News Letter

'Ongoing search operation' underway at Maghaberry prison: Irish News
Cathal McGuigan

St Patrick's Day 'too Gaelicised', says Arlene Foster as she unveils new mural of saint in loyalist Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Cate McCurry

Tensions fear over rival Easter 1916 parades in Coalisland: Tyrone Times

Memorial will not be removed due to staff fears: Lurgan Mail

Victims tell QUB professor – Don't tell us to shut up: The News Letter

Daniel Hegarty – 'The British are experts on how to murder and get away with it': Derry Journal
Eamon Sweeney

Murder of soldier Gary Barlow marooned in Belfast's Divis flats after 1973 raid may be reviewed by police: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

MEP slams Taoiseach on Garda-IRA collusion: The News Letter

New Bloody Sunday mural for Creggan: Derry Journal

Donaldson rejects plan to give civilian workers military medal: The News Letter

North Belfast teacher defends Holy Cross Boys' School's Easter Rising 1916 production: Belfast Telegraph

'Graves have not been vandalised' – Colr. Kelly: Derry Journal

Martin backs off from coalition amid fears over Sinn Féin surge: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor and Cormac McQuinn

Fianna Fáil's Billy Kelleher – Sinn Féin like meerkats staking out territory: Irish Examiner
Elaine Loughlin

Sinn Féin's 'show of force' must not distract from job of forming coalition: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Ireland election – What went wrong for PM Enda Kenny?: BBC
Diarmaid Fleming

'If I was involved in crime, it would have come out' – Ex-Sinn Féin councillor denies he has any link to inner-city gangs: Irish Independent
David Kearns

Claims by Lord Molyneaux 'companion' questioned: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Jim Molyneaux's UUP operated 'don't ask, don't tell' policy on homosexuality: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Sinn Féin says Noonan should answer Project Eagle questions: The Irish Times
Sarah Bardon

Stonewalling adds to suspicion on NI deal: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Friday, March 11

Barra McGrory – Number of Troubles-related prosecutions 'likely to be very low': BBC

Troubles legacy inquests – Victims commissioner welcomes five-year plan: BBC
Vincent Kearney

MP warns over McGuinness appointing members of body on paramilitary activity: The News Letter

'Important step to more peaceful Northern Ireland' welcomed, as MPs back Bill: Belfast Telegraph

Voters need to hear confidence, not fear, from DUP campaign: Irish News
Alex Kane

Northern Ireland stinks of people not quite breaking the law: The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

How does the Northern Ireland public rate its political leaders? (Mar 4): Belfast Telegraph
Bill White

Labour's Boyd Black optimistic of lifting party's Northern Ireland election embargo: Irish News
John Manley

TUV's Donald Crawford – Catholics are not my buddies. I class them as associates: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Loyalist parade planned for Lurgan at Easter panned as 'provocative': Lurgan Mail
Carmel Robinson

Riot fears as loyalists given go-ahead for huge Easter Monday march in Lurgan: Belfast Telegraph
Angela Rainey

DUP councillor Christopher Stalford criticises shop selling Union flag toilet paper: Irish News
John Monaghan

Outrage at 'IRA' sign at coffee shop on Falls Road: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

'Dissidents are betraying all of us, our only wish is peace': Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Protect our courageous prison staff: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Givan

Dissident republican activist denies encouraging support for IRA: The News Letter

Woman, 35, arrested in Belfast by detectives probing bomb attack on prison officer: Belfast Live
Chris Kilpatrick

Judge orders loyalist to remain in prison: UTV

Man jailed for threatening to kill taxi driver in Belfast: The News Letter

Family of boy shot dead in Derry to relaunch civil case against soldier: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Commemorations for three soldiers murdered in infamous honeytrap killings: The News Letter

Suspects in killing of Scottish soldiers Dougal McCaughey, Joseph and John McCaig 'still on run in Republic of Ireland': Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Memorial to bomb victims to be unveiled: Ulster Star

Grants now available for Irish language play groups: Belfast Media

President Higgins – 'Don't allow violence take root' (Mar 8): Irish Examiner
Evelyn Ring

Uncritical take on 1916 Rising by schools very concerning: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Molyneaux's 'close companion' tells of 30-year relationship: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Country with no leadership as Taoiseach resigns post: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

'That will depend on the timing of the election' – Mary Lou McDonald refuses to rule out Sinn Fein leadership change: Irish Independent
Brian O'Reilly

Brexit poses major risks for the UK and Ireland: The Irish Times
Oliver Mangan

Leading economist Jim Power – Brexit could be good for Ireland (Mar 4): Irish Examiner
Eamon Quinn and Geoff Percival

Gardai raid Dublin home of former Sinn Fein councillor who quit the party 'over bullying': Irish Independent
Conor Feehan

Councillor left over 'personality clashes' within the party, says SF: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan

Narrow Water Bridge and Southern Relief Road backing from Martin McGuinness (Feb 29): Newry Times
Paul Malone

Michael Noonan 'kept Stormont committee in dark over proposed Nama payments': The News Letter

Questions still linger over Nama deal in the North: Irish Independent
Shane Phelan

Unanswered questions around Nama and Project Eagle deal: The Irish Times
Editorial

EU referendum – Worried EU nationals dash for UK citizenship amid Brexit fears: The Independent
Nigel Morris and Paul Gallagher

Thursday, March 10

NI victims' commissioner accuses government of 'hiding' from Troubles cases: BBC

A solution is possible and there will be something for everyone: Belfast Telegraph
Judith Thompson

Lord Chief Justice – Legacy inquest funding 'should be requested before elections': Irish News
Claire Simpson

Victims' conference in Enniskillen hears from Spanish speakers: Impartial Reporter
Lily Dane

Government's actions towards terror victims 'are totally unacceptable': The News Letter

If terrorists win damages, we must try to recoup it for victims: The News Letter
Trevor Ringland

Family of boy shot by Army say 'shame on PPS': UTV

'Further review of soldier case is not on' against backdrop of entire Troubles: The News Letter

A disheartening day for justice: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

IRA Semtex victims must get damages as other Libyan victims did (Feb 26): The News Letter
Editorial

Paramilitary-disbanding panel 'impresses' McGuinness: UTV

Tragedy brings home changes to Portadown's Mourneview Street: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Villiers – Stranraer passport control post-Brexit would be controversial: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Anti-Brexit group to target vote of UK-based Irish: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

McGuiness – Brexit could be an issue for US investors: BBC
Stephen Walker

UK's loss could be Ireland's gain as IDA looks to reap the benefits of a Brexit: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Former UK chancellor Ken Clarke in Brexit warning for Ireland: Irish Examiner
Peter O'Dwyer

Many uncertainties over impact of Brexit (Mar 8): Belfast Telegraph
Esmond Birnie

Arlene Foster wraps the orange flag around herself: The Irish Times
Eamonn McCann

Former UUP councillor looks set to re-join the DUP: Fermanagh Herald

Orangeman to stand trial over Ardoyne crash: UTV
Alan Erwin

Dissident Republican terrorists 'recruiting messengers of death' in Larne – Sammy Wilson: Larne Times
Victoria Leonard

Belfast security alert – Pipe bomb found in Dunmurry Lane garden: Belfast Telegraph

Teenager arrested after bomb hoax at police station causes widespread disruption: Belfast Media
David Whelan

Young people need convinced of the merits of politics not paramilitarism: Irish News
Allison Morris

Bombs seizure a grim reminder (Mar 7): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Shocking reality of gangland hit on Vinnie Ryan: Sunday World

Top DUP men support bringing back death penalty (Mar 3): The News Letter

Battle of Somme commemorative mural replaces loyalist gunmen image in East Belfast: Belfast Live
Chris Kilpatrick

NAMA probe – extent of unfinished work is laid bare: The News Letter

Belfast and Dublin – A tale of two cities but which narrative rings truer?: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Hopkins and Henry McDonald

Fenian cafe owner defends unusual marketing strategy: Irish News

Nelson's Pillar – Vandals, not nationalists: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Sinn Féin ministers three identical complaints against the Irish News over Queen's honours dismissed by Ipso (Mar 8): Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Gerry Adams – Sinn Fein won't go into Government with Fine Gael or Fianna Fáil: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor and Philip Ryan

Election looms amid Fianna Fáil dissent over coalition deal: Irish Examiner
Fiachra Ó Cionnaith and Juno McEnroe

Don't rule out a second election – it could bring stability to the new order: Irish Independent
Dan O'Brien

To most Scottish voters, the Brexit debate looks like a couple of bald Tories arguing over a comb (Mar 8): The Herald
Iain Macwhirter

Wednesday, March 9

Fury as SF's Tony McCaul says return to violence cannot be ruled out: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

SF councillor clarifies views on violence after unionist anger: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

DUP's Jim Wells 'to avoid assembly election hustings': BBC

Arlene Foster exerts her authority over Jim Wells selection in South Down: Belfast Telegraph

Lack of female MLAs shameful, says Speaker as he urges parties to act: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Arlene Foster speech shows blinkered political vision: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Politicians ignore the disaffected at our peril: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Sammy Wilson never fails to disappoint: Belfast Live
Joe Lindsay

Gerry Adams will stand for office of Taoiseach: Irish Independent
John Downing

Gerry Adams is endorsed for Taoiseach post with IRA's blessing: Belfast Telegraph
Niall O'Connor

Injured prison officer one of 32 on IRA target list stolen from Prisons HQ: Belfast Live
Jilly Beattie

'Prison Service families deserve better for the price being paid': Ulster Star

Lack of resources helping dissidents, warn gardaí: Irish Independent
Greg Harkin

Machine gun-wielding police on patrol in massive security operation as Real IRA thug who was shot in the head on a Dublin street is buried: Daily Mail
Julian Robinson

Special Criminal Court rules the arrest of a man accused of IRA membership was unlawful: Irish Independent
Daniel Hickey

Detectives given extra time to quiz trio over bomb attack: The News Letter

Today's dissidents have little in common with predecessors: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Outrage as IRA Hyde Park victims are denied legal aid: The News Letter

The unending anguish of the Troubles' forgotten victims: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Victims Commissioner Judith Thompson is optimistic on reaching agreement for dealing with the past: Irish News
John Manley

Daniel Hegarty shooting – Soldier B will not be prosecuted: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

British army claims compounded grief of Daniel Hegarty's family: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Ombudsman appeal over early Troubles deaths: The News Letter

Wife speaks out over John Toland's 1976 murder by UDA: Irish News
Michael McHugh

Give medals to civilians who had role in Operation Banner – UUP: The News Letter

Amid the horror, we Troubles kids built a normality: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Sinn Fein 'hijacking' 1916 commemorations with sale of bonds: Belfast Telegraph
Angela Rainey

Why are we still cherishing self-conscious 1916 Proclamation? (Mar 7): Irish Examiner
John A Murphy

Secular agenda should not hijack the Rising (Dec 17): Irish Catholic
Martin Mansergh

Belfast loyalist district to unveil St Patrick mural (Mar 7): Belfast Telegraph
Cate McCurry

Irish words on Northern Ireland manhole covers sparks unionists demand for their removal: Irish Independent
Nevin Farrell

UDA boss Dee Stitt's charity given £900,000 to build sports facility in Bangor: The Sunday Life
Ciaran Barnes

EU referendum – Brexit 'could make policing slower and more costly', says PSNI chief: BBC
Stephen Walker

Northern Ireland's EU millions could be derailed if Brexit goes ahead: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Brexit vote has high stakes in Northern Ireland: Los Angeles Times
Ted Smyth

MPs' scrutiny of the possible impact of Brexit on NI is welcome: The News Letter
Editorial

Irish have role in Brexit debate, says campaigner: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Remember how much we owe Barnett formula (Jan 23): The Scotsman
Brian Wilson

Row breaks out in Edinburgh over Gaelic school plan (Feb 29): BBC
Jamie McIvor

Durkan hopes Santos and Timochenko can seal historic Colombian peace deal (Mar 7): Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Tuesday, March 8

North's justice minister warns of extradition impact of Brexit: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Republic of Ireland 'afraid of UK leaving' EU – DUP: Irish Independent
Michael McHugh

MEPs' pro and anti views on EU after details of grants revealed: The News Letter

Alasdair McDonnell walks out of Westminster committee meeting: Irish News
Claire Simpson and Michael McHugh

Brexit the beginning of the end for UK, warns UUP chief Nesbitt: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Unionist rival slams UUP's pro-EU move, SDLP hails it: The News Letter

Stewart Dickson says Theresa Villiers will be ousted from the NIO after EU vote: Irish News
John Manley

Elliott – I've backed party's pro-EU stance... but am undecided: The News Letter

EU Poll critical to Northern Ireland's security and prosperity: Belfast Telegraph
Mike Nesbitt

Getting it right on Europe will do Mike Nesbitt a lot of good: Irish News
Fionnuala O Connor

Other Executive parties holding back Northern Ireland – Ford: The News Letter

Alliance Party shares everything, even metaphors: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

McGuinness 'delighted' with Gildernew on Stormont ticket: Impartial Reporter
Meadhbh Monahan

Ex-IRA boss one of 19 members of SF ruling body: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Foster puts DUP in election mode by warning about threat of SF First Minister at Stormont: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

BBC yet to decide on Gerry Adams Ard Fheis speech during Stormont election campaign: Irish News
John Manley

Jim Wells to run for DUP in South Down in assembly election: BBC
Mark Devenport

DUP's Jim Wells relieved to get the party's backing for South Down assembly election: Irish News
John Manley

Mixed reactions in DUP as Jim Wells gets nod to stand in South Down: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Jamie Bryson – Loyalist's flag protest conviction appeal fails: BBC

No 'no-go' areas in county – David Ford: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

McCartney condems pipe bombers: Derry Journal

Londonderry device was 'viable' say police: The News Letter

Young prison officer pleads with terrorists to live and let live as security forces brace for upsurge in attacks: Belfast Telegraph
Nevin Farrell

New IRA claims responsibility for bomb attack on prison officer: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Police carry out major raid in west Belfast: The News Letter

Belfast bomb – Prison boss asks for security assessment on threat to staff: BBC

Frances Fitzgerald – No intelligence to suggest increased risk of dissident attacks: Irish Examiner
Dan Buckley

David Black killing accused bids to overturn trial order: The News Letter

Armed gardai on patrol at Ryan wake: Herald.ie
Robin Schiller

Action Against Drugs denies issuing threats over Ryan murder: Irish News
Connla Young

New IRA the deadliest of the dissident republican groupings: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Garda leave cancelled for 1916 ceremonies: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Killers of Stephen Carson involved in city extortion rackets: Belfast Media
Evan Short

Daughter of IRA Hyde Park bomb victim denied legal aid: The Sun
Bob Graham and Mike Sullivan

Backlash over Army pension for IRA bomber Michael Dickson: Belfast Telegraph
Cate McCurry

Britain's Secret Terror Deals – 'Truly disturbing' BBC Panorama allegations of collusion must be fully investigated, says Amnesty International: Belfast Telegraph

Raymond McCord – 'I'm a dad looking for justice and I'm never going to stop': Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Greysteel Rising Sun victim speaks for the first time: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

DPP between rock and a hard place with legacy cases: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

History in London as British Army unit plays first GAA game: BBC
Robert Mulhern

Time for bishops to speak out about 1916 violence: The Irish Times
Sean O'Conaill

Monday, March 7

Dissident republicans 'mounting serious escalation of violence': Belfast Telegraph

'IRA' claim responsibility for murder bid on prison officer: Irish News
Connla Young

PSNI arrest four suspects over prison officer murder bid: The News Letter

Fears of paramilitary funeral ease as family prepare to bury Ryan: The Irish Times
Conor Lally

To be blunt, we stay quiet too often when we should speak up (Mar 3): Impartial Reporter
Denziel McDaniel

Today's politicians need to assume they are being recorded (Mar 4): Irish News
Alex Kane

'Impossible to replace Housing Executive' – Colr. (Mar 1): Derry Journal

Linfield claims that supporter buses were attacked by stone throwers after Clifftonville game: Belfast Telegraph

Why Harvey Thomas Has Forgiven the IRA Bomber Who Nearly Took His Life in the 1984 Brighton Bombing (Feb 29): Crossmap.com
Dan Wooding

Derry H-Block memorial is 'illegal' say DRD: Derry Journal

David Ford 'still hurt' over losing church role for supporting same-sex marriage (Mar 1): BBC

Concern voiced ahead of Easter Rising event: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

If nationalists exclude teachers from fair employment to protect Catholic schools, they should say so (Mar 1): The News Letter
Sandra Overend

GAA approach to 1916 proof it is far from open to us all (Mar 3): Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Republic's 1916 jersey a mistake (Mar 3): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Sinn Féin says it has no mandate to stop 'nightmare' coalition: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Gerry Adams and Enda Kenny have more in common than you think: Irish News
Deaglan de Breadun

The recent Dail general election in the year Irish republicans commemorate the centenary of the failed Easter Rising has marked a fundamental political realignment in the Irish Republic: Tribune Magazine
John Coulter

Caitriona Ruane was first Sinn Féin minister to walk out of Stormont committee: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

'Britain must remove armaments from Irish sea' – Hazzard: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Foster – EU subsidies waning: Impartial Reporter
Meadhbh Monahan

Brexit no threat to Northern Ireland, claims Nigel Farage (Mar 2): The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Can we afford to be a Brexit bystander? (Feb 23): The Irish Times

Our views on Brexit as important as any others in the UK: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Lord Forsyth – Scotland Bill fiscal deal 'unfair' to UK (Mar 1): The Scotsman

Sunday, March 6

Carnfunnock security alert – Explosives and bomb making components found in 'terrorist hide': Belfast Telegraph

Provo Semtex used to maim prison officer: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Belfast bomb – Dissidents highly likely to strike again in run-up to Easter, warns top PSNI man: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Still learning the lessons of disastrous flag protests (Mar 4): Irish News
Editorial

Ruth Patterson opens up on her depression and being expelled from the DUP: The News Letter
Helen McGurk

DUP should not shoot messenger when the mask slips: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Transgender green activist makes Irish election history: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

SF's rise in the Republic slows: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Ireland – a country with no government where Sinn Fein is the big winner: Sunday Herald
Susan McKay

Green shoots in Sinn Féin struggle in Adams's shadow (Mar 5): Irish Independent
Suzanne Breen

Reasons why Sinn Féin is underachieving in Dáil elections (Mar 5): Irish News
Patrick Murphy

Biased media, Election 2016: Village
Harry Browne

Vincent Ryan's family – He was a 'staunch and honourable republican' but not active in the IRA: TheJournal.ie
Rónán Duffy

Brother of murdered Vincent Ryan pleads for 'an end to the senseless violence by drug gangs': Irish Independent
Cathal McMahon

New IRA hedonism led to second Ryan murder: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

McCann hails Fountain village progress following peace wall criticism: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Thomas "Slab" Murphy is being treated like a god by fellow inmates since being jailed: Irish Mirror
Emma McMenamy

Chief Constable – Troubles cases passed over if suspects inactive (Mar 1): The News Letter

Outrage over IRA bomber's armed services pension: Daly Star Sunday
John Ward

Discussion on new Bloody Sunday memorial in Creggan welcomed: Derry Journal

A UK conflict tribunal would end the current legal mess: The Guardian
Jason McCue

Drink-driving OAP 'haunted by IRA killing' (Mar 3): Belfast Telegraph
George Jackson

DUP to press DPP over terror memorial: The News Letter

Martin McGuinness 'committed to holding event for WW1 dead': The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Nama in fresh crisis over North loan sale: Sunday Independent
Ronald Quinlan and Gavin McLoughlin

Hillary Clinton releases her Irish platform before St.Patrick's Day: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
James O'Shea

God Save the Queen to stay after revolt by rugby and soccer chiefs kills off MPs' plan to create a new anthem for the English: Daily Mail
Gerri Peev

Don't let a meddling Labour MP scrap 'God Save the Queen': Daily Telegraph
Michael Henderson

Ireland a net loser in the event of Brexit – Goodbody: Sunday Independent
Colm Kelpie

The English Lose Their Cool (Mar 4): New York Times
Beppe Severgnini

The EU referendum is leaving English voters behind (Mar 2): Daily Telegraph
John Denham

Why Catholics can't agree on Brexit: Catholic Herald
Dan Hitchens

Border customs controls would have damaging economic impact (Mar 3): Irish News
Editorial

Flawed law on offensive behaviour needs urgent review (Mar 3): The Herald
Editorial

Saturday, March 5

Arlene Foster – 'First Minister will be me or Martin McGuinness': The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

How Labour's Northern Ireland activists could cause a row in family over partition: Belfast Telegraph
Aaron Edwards and David Shaw

'DUP never allowed me to shine': The News Letter

Northern Irish parties accused of 'fudge and waffle' by Alliance: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Several in Alliance Party could be new leader says David Ford: BBC

Ulster Unionist Party supports staying in EU: Belfast Telegraph

Farage in Belfast where he insists that UK will hold together post Brexit: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

NI 'benefits from EU membership' – Ford: UTV

FCO paper says customs checks will return in Londonderry after Brexit: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Apologetic PSNI chief reverses decision over police memorial plaques: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Council row on spend for good relations cash: Lurgan Mail

Loyalists stack bonfire pallets on building site for nursery school: Irish News
John Monaghan

Council's safer bonfires call: Ballymoney Times

Dissidents 'intent on killing' to mark 1916: Irish Examiner
David Young and Lesley Anne McKeown

Anti-terrorist police 'on the ground' prior to bomb attack: Irish News
Allison Morris

Injured prison officer 'a cross-community volunteer': The News Letter

Republicans 'need to get lucky only once' in run-up to Easter Rising commemoration: Irish News
Allison Morris

Widow of last prison officer gunned down by dissidents 'retraumatised' by bomb attack: Belfast Telegraph

Security lockdown as PSNI warns of dissident plan to 'attack police and soldiers': Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Prison officer bombing – 'This is part of republican campaign inside jails': The News Letter

Belfast bomb – Community is united in outrage at murder bid: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Head of prison officers' union – peace process does not apply to us: The News Letter

Weapons cache was worrying sign of dissident sophistication: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

A sinister dissident bid to instil fear in prison officers: The News Letter
Editorial

Bid to murder prison officer in east Belfast is an evil act: Irish News
Editorial

Green leader Steven Agnew calls for Stormont code to be broadened on back of Basil McCrea probe: Irish News
John Manley

Basil McCrea cleared by Bain...but committee has concerns: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Basil McCrea asked 10 times on TV – Did you have sex?: The News Letter
Sam McBride

'They'll have to shoot me as well' – mother of murdered man spoke out after learning of death threat: Belfast Media

Vinnie Ryan quizzed over Regency Attack: Sunday World

Brothers in arms – but families left behind pay real price: Irish Independent
Paul Williams

Police fail to disclose enough documents in major legal action over alleged loyalist paramilitary collusion, judge rules: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Anger at claim that 22 police officers working on Bloody Sunday but none on Enniskillen: The News Letter

Ian Paisley has his credit card blocked after running up parliamentary expenses debts of £27,000: Belfast Telegraph

SF proposes ex-hunger strike campaigner to chair Irish Dail: The News Letter

Pearse Doherty admits Donegal vote mismanaged by Sinn Féin: Irish Examiner
Stephen Maguire

Don't expect Gerry Adams to take the fall for Dáil result: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Nerve Centre leads Easter Rising, Battle of Somme 'hub': Derry Journal

Calls warned of bombs ahead of Queen's Cork visit: Irish Examiner
Daniel Hickey

Rush for Irish passports brought on by Brexit fears: The Guardian
Esther Addley

Former Celtic women's team player claims bigoted 'Orange b******' Facebook post was 'a bit of banter': Scottish Daily Record
Ashlie McAnally

Murray – 'My baby is neither Scottish nor English, she's British' (Mar 3): The Scotsman

Friday, March 4

Labour peer calls for party to run in Northern Ireland elections: BBC
Chris Page

Campbell chooses Commons over Hill: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

David Ford upbeat for Alliance ahead of Stormont election: Irish News
John Manley

Rev Dr Lesley Carroll – Why I've decided to join race for Stormont by standing for UUP in May elections: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Stormont seems to be attracting a wider range of candidates: The News Letter
Editorial

NI21 row – Basil McCrea cleared of misconduct allegations but faces criticism for 'poor judgement': BBC

Investigator into Basil McCrea complaints to be investigated: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Tina McKenzie lifts lid on NI21 blackmail, conspiracies and a toxic leadership feud: Belfast Telegraph
Yvette Shapiro

East Belfast explosion – Prison officer targeted in booby-trap bomb: Belfast Live
Jilly Beattie

East Belfast FC claims UVF mural concerns a 'political agenda': Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Row over Strand Road RUC memorial rumbles on: Londonderry Sentinel

PSNI commanders warned over removal of police memorials: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Moving police memorial a bid to 'airbrush RUC from history': Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Ulster Unionist MLA calls on DUP minister to act on 'illegal' 1916 monument in Lurgan: Portadown Times

Lurgan memorial to terrorism must be pulled down: The News Letter
Editorial

Dissidents declare bloody warfare on drug dealers and criminals in Northern Ireland in revenge for the murder of a Real IRA boss and his brother who was shot in the head outside his girlfriend's house: Daily Mail

Gardaí expect funeral 'show' by Real IRA: Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keeffe

Alan Ryan's sidekick blasts alleged statement from dissidents: Sunday World

Omagh bomb inquiry progress 'unlikely', Drew Harris tells Policing Board: BBC

Police commander 'profoundly regrets' lack of Omagh bombing conviction: Belfast Telegraph

PSNI recruits civilian investigators to help manage colossal Stakeknife probe: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

'Troubles' legacy – Re-enactment of the shooting of Manus Deery being planned: Derry Journal
Eamon Sweeney

Military veterans to 'march for justice' to Stormont: The News Letter

Report claims UDR members questioned after murder of Tyrone IRA men: Irish News
Connla Young

Cousin of one of three Scottish soldiers murdered and dumped in North Belfast has called for an inquiry into their deaths: Belfast Live
Douglas Dickie

Bobby Sands comic is 'one side of story': Larne Times
Victoria Leonard

Attorney General to intervene in gay cake appeal: UTV
Alan Erwin

Ashers case – 'A £36.50 cake has spawned bills totalling £100k-plus': The News Letter

John O'Dowd in line of fire over schools... with flak coming from Sinn Fein colleagues: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Nama – David Ford claims Peter Robinson and Sammy Wilson made 'errors of judgement': Irish News
John Manley

Casement 'farce' claim after Sinn Fein Sports Minister Ni Chuilin walks out: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Anger at Republic of Ireland team's Easter Rising tribute shirt: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Easter Sunday services to go ahead at Christ Church Cathedral: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Christchurch will open for Easter Sunday service despite 1916 parade restrictions: Irish Independent
David Kearns

Historic Gal Gréine banner returns to Dublin 100 years on: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Clarification – Gerry Adams TD: Irish Independent

Defeated Sinn Féin TD reflects on tactical mistakes in Donegal: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Seanad elections – Neither Fianna Fáil nor Fine Gael will control Upper House: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Tories apply to become "Conservative and Unionist party" across Britain: The Herald
Kate Devlin and Magnus Gardham

Fears EU exit could force Newry into a 'bygone era': Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Scotland to campaign officially to remain in the EU: The Guardian
Severin Carrell

Nationalists must vote to leave EU if Scotland is to become truly sovereign (Mar 2): The Herald
Jim Sillars

Thursday, March 3

MLAs back plans for a Stormont Opposition, as Sinn Fein warns against creating 'Frankenstein's monster': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

'No election grudge match against DUP' – Patterson: UTV
Tracey Magee

Basil McCrea misconduct report – Dozen complaints against NI21 leader, but no evidence of any wrongdoing: Belfast Telegraph
Yvette Shapiro

Bryson 'astounded' at sentence over threats: The News Letter

Northern Ireland Labour risks party's ire over bid to field candidates: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

DUP leader Arlene Foster says Sammy Wilson 'not a racist': Irish News
Claire Simpson

Ex-MP Gildernew surprised at selection process: Fermanagh Herald

Dallat to retire from politics: Coleraine Times

Seamus Daly backs calls for Omagh bomb public inquiry: Irish News
Connla Young

Omagh bomb families once again cruelly let down by justice system: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Foster criticises PPS over Omagh bomb case: UTV

Independent inquiry is the only route to truth about Omagh bomb: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Omagh bombing case reminds us of troubled times: The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

If we can't get justice for Omagh bombing, then let us get the truth: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Is there a way to the truth?: UTV
Brian Rowan

Man and woman freed in dissident probe: The News Letter

Dissident republicans release chilling threat to wipe out 'all known drug dealers' after Vinnie Ryan murder: Irish Mirror
David Maher

Villiers drawn into row over movement of RUC memorial: The News Letter

'Slab' Murphy kept away from IRA inmates: Sunday World
Eamon Dillon

Bloody Sunday exposed – First confidential British Army report "fully justified" deaths and injuries: Belfast Live
Jilly Beattie

Libya cash for victims of IRA not raised – Tony Blair: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Memorial to 1916 'illegal': Portadown Times
Carmel Robinson

No council funding for Easter Rising commemorations: Ballymena Times
Russell Keers

15,000 sign pro-Ashers petition as same-sex cake case back in court: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Padraig MacLochlainn – 'I'll be back': Derry Journal

Jan O'Sullivan – Time for Sinn Féin to put up or shut up: Irish Examiner
Jimmy Woulfe

Adams' past didn't matter as Sinn Fein resonated with working class (Feb 28): The News Letter
Mary Minihan

Why FG-FF monolith is bad for Irish democracy (Feb 28): Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Theresa Villiers accused of avoiding Northern Ireland-related Brexit questions: Belfast Telegraph

David Ford says Brexit will jeopardise efforts to combat cross-border crime: Irish News
John Manley

Brexit cataclysmic for Northern Ireland firms, warns UUP businessman: Belfast Telegraph
Margaret Canning

Ireland – the other EU state most affected by Brexit: Financial Times
Vincent Boland

This offensive, heavy-handed act must be repealed as promptly as possible: The Herald
Jeanette Findlay

Wednesday, March 2

Kenny performs massive U-turn as he opens door to Fianna Fáil: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Grassroots Fianna Fáil members prefer Sinn Féin coalition to Fine Gael: Irish Examiner
Elaine Loughlin

Sinn Féin's very good general election – but not outstanding: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Does Sinn Féin's focus on the Dáil challenge Northern Ireland's media and politics?: TheDetail.tv
Steven McCaffery

Sinn Féin general election haul means north will never be abandoned: Irish News
Jim Gibney

Reign of Gerry Adams nears end, but the new order won't tolerate the old ways: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Opposition bill a victory for democratic politics: The News Letter
John McCallister

Belfast IFA league sees children play soccer beside UVF mural: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Veteran loyalist calls for flag protest convictions to be expunged: Irish News
Allison Morris

Campaign shows 'human' face of police officers: The News Letter

BAFTA award winner, Brian J Falconer, produces three hard-hitting short films for the Police Federation's #WeAreYou campaign: Impartial Reporter
Jonathan Rainey

Police are of and from Northern Ireland society: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Lindsay

Pressure mounts on PSNI over RUC memorial's new 'photocopier' site: The News Letter

Gardaí examine possibility of Real IRA retaliation to Vincent Ryan murder: Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keeffe

Vincent Ryan murder 'not connected' to recent gang deaths: RTE

Gardaí to implement security plan for Ryan funeral: The Irish Times
Colin Gleeson

Big name believed to be behind Vinnie Ryan assassination: Sunday World
Morgan Flanagan Creagh

Murder victim Ryan refused sit-down with gangster Mr Big: Irish Independent
Ken Foy

Republicans from across Ireland to attend the funeral of Vinny Ryan: Irish News
Allison Morris

Another vile show of RIRA pageantry on the way: Irish Independent
Paul Williams

Gardaí on notice – Paramilitary funeral affront: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Dissidents are raking it in from pay-offs by crime gangs peddling heroin on our streets, MLA says: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Lurgan, County Armagh – Two arrested in dissident republican terrorism probe: BBC

Omagh bomb – Murder case against Seamus Daly collapses: BBC

Omagh bombing families' dismay as case against Seamus Daly collapses: Irish Post
Peter Kelly

Amnesty International calls for public inquiry into Omagh bomb: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Omagh victim's father 'regrettably' agrees with PPS decision: The News Letter

Omagh analysis – Stalled case suggests end of the line: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

The bricklayer and Real IRA foot soldier who walked free: Irish Independent
Michael McHugh

Hunger striker Bobby Sands is just a money-spinner for Sinn Féin, writes Suzanne Breen: The Sunday Life
Suzanne Breen

Keeping the lid on a boiling pot – the Irish government and the hunger strikes: The Irish Times
Shaun McDaid

Martin McGuinness – I'll reveal details of my IRA past as part of any information retrieval process: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Chief Constable – 'Damning report ended HET': The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Barra McGrory is using majority of PSNI legacy resources – Hamilton: The News Letter

Police in Bloody Sunday probe to quiz ex-soldiers: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Parents of IRA member Pearse Jordan come face to face with RUC man who killed him: Irish News
Connla Young

"Soon you little bastard, soon – you're mine": It has been 25 years since the release of the Birmingham Six: TheJournal.ie
Michael Sheils McNamee

Taoiseach still on course for St Patrick's Day Washington visit: The Irish Times
Hugh O'Connell

Gerry Adams – Enda Kenny should still travel to the White House for St Patrick's Day: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

Call for cross-Border inquiry into Nama property sale: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

'Heartening' support ahead of Ashers case: The News Letter

The things that make the new breed of British nationalist angriest: The Herald
David Leask

Tuesday, March 1

UUP discuss NI's constitutional status with Jeremy Corbyn: The News Letter

David Ford – 'I'm leading Alliance into the election... don't write me off': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Carryduff housing development bedecked with loyalist flags shortlisted for prestigious architectural award: Irish News
John Monaghan

Real IRA suspect is shot in the head in latest Dublin gangland attack moments after a woman and a child got out of his car: Daily Mail
Darren Boyle

Catholic teen injured 'fleeing' sectarian mob in Belfast: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Devenney turns down UUP: Londonderry Sentinel

Nesbitt – Devenney's unresolved issues are 'news to me': The News Letter

Will Jim Wells run against the DUP in Assembly election? Controversial MLA is in standoff with his party: Belfast Telegraph
Yvette Shapiro

Loyalist Harbinson refused bail for third time: Irish News
Connla Young

Memorial to Order members killed in Troubles unveiled: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Priest who 'hired Continuity IRA' to threaten nephew loses appeal: The Irish Times

Martin McGuinness 'willing to help' Independent Commission on Information Retrieval: BBC
Chris Page

Bloody Sunday Paratroopers to be questioned in March: Derry Journal
Eamon Sweeney

Another Bloody Sunday disgrace: Daily Telegraph
Editorial

David Cameron – Enniskillen bomb probe is up to unit yet to exist: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Anger, opportunism, grudging respect – how unionism reacted to hunger strikes: The Irish Times
Connal Parr

Hunger strikes and teenage angst – the world of @NrnIrnGirl1981: The Irish Times
Oonagh Murphy

As O'Dowd plans exit, unionists hoping for 'change in direction' on education: The News Letter

Jointly-managed schools could be 100% Catholic or Protestant: Irish News
Simon Doyle

Thomas 'Slab' Murphy in Midlands Prison with Republic's most notorious murderers: Belfast Telegraph
Wayne O'Connor

More Sinn Féin praise for convicted tax evader 'Slab' Murphy: The News Letter

'Slab' Murphy a good republican despite jailing – Gerry Adams: The Irish Times
Sarah Bardon

Thomas 'Slab' Murphy takes a £10 million hit – busted Armagh plants 'linked to IRA leader's gang': The Sunday Life
Ciaran Barnes

Sinn Féin to remain in opposition as it insists no deal possible: Irish Examiner
Elaine Loughlin

MacLochlainn defeat a huge shock for Donegal Sinn Féin: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

'I'm so sad that so many people voted for a party whose morals stink to high heaven': The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Sinn Féin chief Gerry Adams tells party to prepare for second poll: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Adams open to prosecution if he resigns – Moloney: Irish Independent
Fionnan Sheahan

'End' of Civil War puts Sinn Féin in quandary: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

If FF and FG marry in haste, the rest of us will be the ones repenting at leisure: Irish Independent
Shane Coleman

In the Irish Republic, time is up for the old politics: New Statesman
Barry Johnston

Difficulty of ending Civil War politics underrated: The Irish Times
John A. Murphy

Welcome to the Republic of Ireland – a country where nobody wants to form a Government: Irish Mirror
John Kierans

There's a world of difference between Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Big parties must bite bullet to keep Sinn Féin at bay: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Republic's general election result shook the air: Irish News
Fionnuala O Connor

End of Civil War politics would give us a real choice between Left and Right: Irish Independent
Colette Browne

Boris Johnson tries to swing case for Brexit on visit to N Ireland bus firm: Belfast Telegraph

Travel link would stay if UK left the EU – Villiers: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Brexit to trigger return of NI cross-Border controls – report: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Spanish MEP slams terrorists who act as victims and peacemakers: The News Letter

Flag debate sank to level of football row: Cumbernauld News



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