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Wednesday, March 15

Theresa May says no Northern Ireland referendum on leaving the UK 'at this stage': The Independent
Jon Stone

Unionists anger at Sinn Féin's call for Irish border poll in wake of SNP Scotland referendum move: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

A united Ireland would be worse off than the Republic: The Irish Times
Edgar Morgenroth

Election has opened pathway to new and equal Ireland: Irish News
Jim Gibney

The North must become an independent EU state: The Irish Times
Colm Tóibín

Discussing Irish reunification – A 32-county state is a very long way off (Mar 14): Irish Examiner

Northern Irish power-sharing talks 'cancelled at last minute', party claims: The Independent
Siobhan Fenton

Don't 'unravel' peace progress – Archbishop: Derry Journal

Why direct rule would mean Northern Ireland loses another Brexit bargaining chip: Belfast Telegraph
Ciaran McGonagle

Sinn Féin MEP causes offence with 'rant to empty chamber': Londonderry Sentinel
Graeme Cousins

Sinn Féin defend Martina Anderson after 'fishwife rant': Irish News
Andrew Madden

'Most of us feel our friendships with others go across and well beyond any so-called divide' (Mar 11): Belfast Telegraph
Kelly Creighton

Vile online abuse of politicians pitiable (Mar 8): Belfast Telegraph

Orange Order under pressure to ban band named in honour of member of loyalist murder gang: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Loyalist Gilmore shot in the neck for standing up to drug-dealing UDA thugs of Carrickfergus: Belfast Telegraph
Jim McDowell

Murdered by cowards – Geordie Gilmore's son in emotional outburst as police open murder investigation: Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

Appeal for calm after Carrickfergus murder: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Gilmore was part of deadly faction of UDA with long history of feuding: Irish News
Allison Morris

Eyesore bonfire tyres to be removed from Belfast's Connswater Greenway 'over next week': Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

System for dealing with NI's past 'unbalanced', says Theresa May: BBC
Catherine Morrison

Widow of solicitor Pat Finucane to take fight for public inquiry to Supreme Court: Irish News

Derry and 'We Shall Overcome' – 'We plagiarised an entire movement' (Mar 4): The Irish Times
Freya McClements

Visceral black and white photos show how punk brought Catholics and Protestants together in Belfast during the Troubles: The Sun
Jennifer Newton

Irish language act would 'cost around £3.8 million a year': Irish News
Claire Simpson

Belfast schools angling for peace in Dromore (Mar 10): BBC
Kelly-Leigh Cooper

Noonan faces criticism as report questions value of Project Eagle sell-off: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan

I can vote in UK but not country I was born in – fixing this is least State can do for diaspora: Irish Independent
Fergal Davis

Opening presidential vote to diaspora is an exercise in comic gigantism: Irish Examiner
Gerard Howlin

Extending the franchise abroad is a welcome first step (Mar 14): The Irish Times

Belfast Briefing – Will Brexit close the Border to northern builders?: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Hibernians to parade with historic Lambeg drum on St Patrick's Day: Irish News
Connla Young

'Brexit' Fuels Feeling in Scotland That Time Is Right for Independence: New York Times
Katrin Bennhold

SNP offers to abandon independence referendum if Theresa May lets Scotland stay in the European single market: The Independent
Charlotte England

Nicola Sturgeon urged to drop 'divisive' plans for fresh independence referendum: The Herald

Do voters in Scotland want a second referendum?: BBC
John Curtice

Eurosceptic views in Scotland pose dilemma for Nicola Sturgeon: The Guardian
Severin Carrell

Crafty Sturgeon leaves May in a tangle over how to deal with referendum: Irish Independent
Michael Deacon

A calculating and divisive move by Nicola Sturgeon: The News Letter

A Scottish thistle in Theresa May's plans: The Irish Times

Gibraltar – Between a Rock and a hard Brexit: BBC
David Allison

Tuesday, March 14

Pressing need for vote on Irish unity, says Sinn Féin: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Sinn Féin demands border poll in wake of Sturgeon's call for second Scottish independence referendum: Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

"Why would Northern Ireland want to join the South?":
Tom McGurk

As Brexit looms it suits the south to talk of reunification: Irish News
Fionnuala O'Connor

Parties 'positive' over powersharing talks, says Charlie Flanagan: Belfast Telegraph

Ford rules himself out as a potential Assembly speaker and backs reform: Newtownabbey Times
Sam McBride

People voted for government, so let's govern, says Foyle MLA Mark H. Durkan: Derry Journal

Why is it right for Dublin to take nationalist line but not for London to take a unionist one?: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Northern Ireland election – if second poll called who would be winners and losers?: Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

Arlene Foster is showing empathy with concerns about how the past is depicted, but the DUP leader gives no detail: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Criticising Foster isn't misogyny – it's just treating her like any other leader: Irish Independent
Mary Kenny

Unionism should worry less about Gerry Adams and more about its lack of vision: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Carrickfergus shooting 'linked to loyalist feud': ITV

Strong leadership needed to prevent further bloodshed in Carrickfergus: Irish News
Allison Morris

Detention of Tony Taylor 'unjust and indefensible' – SF: Derry Journal

Monaghan man accused of IRA membership: Sunday World

Victims group – 'Is HIU another sop to republicanism?': The News Letter
Ken Funston

Son of soldier killed by IRA wants victims at centre of election talks: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Standing ovation at Stormont for maimed ex-UDR man: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Irish government in 'direct contact' with Kingsmill inquest coroner: The News Letter
Michael McHugh

Families seek full disclosure over Dublin and Monaghan bombings: The Irish Times
Alan Erwin

Unpalatable truth is Northern Ireland will never get full disclosure on Troubles: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

'As we deal with the past we must focus on those who were behind 90% of Toubles killings': The News Letter
Arlene Foster

'No NI stations for Irish elections', warn unionists: BBC

No plans for Gerry Adams to meet Donald Trump during St Patrick's US trip: Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

Diaspora voting proposals raise ethical and political issues: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Online voting to be considered in referendum for Irish abroad: The Irish Times
Vivienne Clarke, Suzanne Lynch and Ciara Kenny

The wait may be almost over, but is Ireland ready to handle Brexit?: Irish Independent
John Downing

Kenny won't weigh in on Scottish vote: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Nicola Sturgeon's referendum call prompts demands for Welsh and Northern Irish independence votes: The Independent
Tom Batchelor

Unionists slam Sturgeon's new referendum call as 'opportunistic nationalism': The News Letter

Jeremy Corbyn comes out against second Scottish referendum after saying he would be 'absolutely fine' with one: The Independent
Joe Watts

An independent Scotland could leave the North adrift: The Irish Times
Peter Geoghegan

Quintin Oliver – Scottish referendum call comes at worst time for May: Irish News
Connla Young

Scotland mustn't derail Britain's Brexit negotiations: Daily Telegraph

Brexit is changing the political landscape: Irish News

Monday, March 13

Brexit – Irish border 'pretty much top priority' says David Davis: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

James Brokenshire cancels Washington trip to focus on Stormont talks: Belfast Live
Deborah McAleese

New MLAs sign on , but they've nothing to do as talks leave Stormont in limbo: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Stormont no place for more bad school playground behaviour (Mar 4): The News Letter
Sandra Chapman

Fresh thinking needed at Stormont: Irish News

Nesbitt – DUP endanger our future in the Union: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Why as a unionist I voted Alliance (Mar 11): The News Letter
John McCallister

Tired of going to polls? Then vote for the pundits' party (Mar 11): Belfast Telegraph
Eddie McIlwaine

Fantastic result for Sinn Féin poses a strategic challenge (Mar 4): Irish News
Newton Emerson

NI election – Seeing off UUP will not absolve DUP's Arlene Foster from being a recruiting agent for Sinn Féin (Mar 4): Belfast Telegraph
Edmund Curran

Assembly Election 2017 – Remove tricolour, asks DUP's Paul Robinson: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Fianna Fáil working on plan for united Ireland: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

Sinn Féin strengthens its position in south: Irish News
Deaglan de Breadun

Micheál Martin seeks to strip emotion from united Ireland topic: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

A united Ireland – is there something in the air?: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

People in Northern Ireland could soon be able to vote in the Irish Presidential elections: Belfast Live
Ryan Smith

Referendum to be held on presidential voting rights for Irish abroad:
Jane Last

Unionists unfazed by plan to extend Irish presidential vote to Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Overseas voters to outnumber those in Ireland under planned change to presidential election: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Referendum on voting rights could prove to be contentious issue: The Irish Times
Suzanne Lynch

Kiss me, I'm (now) Irish (Mar 12): Sunday Independent
Mary Kenny

UVF victim's brother slams Orange Order St Pat's Day parade band: Belfast Telegraph
Leona O'Neill

Second group linked to Orange hall claims public cash: Irish News
Connla Young

Murdered soldier's mother reflects on 'terrible pain' eight years on: BBC

Peace forest sprouts at former Army base in Forkhill (Mar 11): Belfast Telegraph
Victoria Leonard

Northern Ireland motorists contribute €230m in tax: Irish Examiner
Seán McCárthaigh

Sinn Féin says London must fund abuse payouts: Belfast Telegraph

British government should release funds for legacy inquests (Mar 11): Irish News

'Seize Church lands to pay for abuses', says Government: Irish Examiner
Daniel McConnell and Fiachra Ó Cionnaith

Government angry at Theresa May's Brexit reticence: Irish Examiner
Daniel McConnell and Fiachra O Cionnaith

Brexit is about to get real – and it won't be pretty (Mar 11): The Irish Times
Cliff Taylor

Nicola Sturgeon left fuming after being kept in the dark over UK Government plans to trigger Article 50: Scottish Daily Record
David Clegg

Post-Brexit, the debate will focus on competing questions of national sovereignty (Mar 9): The Herald
Iain Macwhirter

Rennie casts stones in constitutional debate (Mar 11): BBC
Brian Taylor

Why Scotland won't secede: Washington Examiner
Dan Hannan

'Little England' could be the big loser of Brexit:
Alastair Sloan

Celtic supporters reveal controversial banner based on Trainspotting 'Choose Life' monologue during Old Firm match: Scottish Daily Record

Time to cut Flower of Scotland (Mar 7): The Scotsman
Alastair Cameron

Sunday, March 12

Foster says Sinn Féin cannot dictate who is DUP leader:
Jack Quann

Michelle O'Neill – British Government 'biggest stumbling block' in move to get Stormont up and running: Belfast Telegraph

UK budget unveiling should be 'reality check' for MLAs (Mar 8): The News Letter

NI Election – Sinn Féin must push for old agreements to be honoured and major Stormont reform (Mar 6): Belfast Telegraph
Daithi McKay

For me politics was not just a job, it was a way of life. I worked very hard and I was good at it... I'm just devastated the way things worked out: Belfast Telegraph
Stephanie Bell

Assembly Election 2017 – The reason why Arlene Foster remained in private room during count: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

NI Election – Arlene Foster can't shut her eyes to reality she is last person we need as First Minister (Mar 6): Belfast Telegraph
Edmund Curran

Arlene Foster now needs to channel old foe David Trimble: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

After 40 years, now is the time to reform the UUUC: The News Letter
David Burnside

Unionist leaders, instead of acting like mice looking for a cat, need to take inspiration from Londonderry priest: Londonderry Sentinel
Terry Wright

Unionism's future depends on more varied face with minority appeal: The Sunday Times
Newton Emerson

If unionism does not adapt it will die (Mar 11): Irish News
Patrick Murphy

Sectarianism was big winner in Northern Ireland election, and that's nothing to celebrate: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

It is sad to see the consistent socialist Eamonn McCann lose his seat: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Post election we need healing language and stable partnership (Mar 8): Irish News
Jarlath Kearney

Sinn Féin's triumphalism and DUP intransigence make direct rule inevitable (Mar 8): Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

This is a pivotal time for Northern Ireland: Manhattan Mercury
Dale R. Herspring

The next step after Northern elections (Mar 5): Sunday Independent

After Brexit, the two tribes recede – and a Northern Irish identity emerges: The Observer
Fintan O'Toole

Time for our politicians to take pointers on working together: Impartial Reporter
Shona Morrison

Just how tribal is the ceasefire generation?: Belfast Telegraph
Lyra McKee

Newly elected Dolores's story shows how committed our public representatives are to serving their constituents: Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Féin more popular than Fine Gael: Irish Mirror
Anita McSorley

Sinn Féin could lose its image as the ethnic nationalist party: Sunday Independent
Eoin O'Malley

Threat of terrorists using ferries to enter Scotland from Northern Ireland is 'real and substantiated', says report: Scottish Sun
Robert Collins

No acceptable level of paramilitarism (Mar 3): Belfast Telegraph

Free Tony Taylor campaigners renew calls for Derry republican's release a year after licence revoked: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Relatives of military dead must be top priority for welfare (Mar 8): The News Letter

Polish pupil calls for greater respect for Irish (Mar 3): Irish News
Simon Doyle

Revenue's €60,000 bill for online Irish content – with just 166 users (Mar 8): Irish Independent
John Mulligan

UCD Students Vote to Support the Reunification of Ireland: University Times
Sinéad Baker

Protestant institutions are still absent from redress proceedings (Mar 11): The Irish Times
Hugh Linehan

'All-island' agri-sector needs a post-Brexit free-trade agreement (Feb 24): Irish Independent
Claire Mc Cormack

Sinn Féin's Gerry Adams welcome Irish 'impatience' over Brexit: BBC

No contingency plan to bring Irish ministers home early if Brexit triggered: The Irish Times
Conor Gallagher

We need less self-congratulation and more realism as Brexit looms (Mar 9): Irish Independent
Dan O'Brien

Is Ireland ready to play its part in the countdown to Brexit?: Sunday Independent
Stephen Donnelly

Britain could rejoin EU after Brexit, European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker says (Mar 10): The Independent
Rob Merrick

Scottish independence – Jeremy Corbyn says indyref2 'absolutely fine': BBC

Scotland is heading for a second independence poll. Is a Yes vote any more likely?: The Observer
Ewen MacAskill

Saturday, March 11

United Ireland is achievable, says Sinn Féin's Adams: BBC

Tom Elliott – Talk of united Ireland more wistful thinking by Gerry Adams: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Beating drum for united Ireland only deepens sectarian division: Belfast Telegraph
John Bruton

Brexit may drive North and South apart or accelerate reunification: The Irish Times
Ruadhán Mac Cormaic

Are we any closer to a border poll?: Irish News
Gareth McKeown

'Agreement before discussion about FM post' – Adams: ITV

Learning lessons from Europe's crises could get Northern Ireland parties agreeing again: Belfast Telegraph
Dermot Nesbitt

Michelle O'Neill – We need to get back to proper power-sharing: Irish Examiner

Stormont talks – Ardoyne parade dispute mediators ready to help out: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Changed utterly, but there are positives if we see the opportunity: Impartial Reporter
Denzil McDaniel

Historical context is missing from the Stormont House Agreement legacy bodies: The News Letter
Thomas Hennessey

Arlene Foster's partial and begrudging apology hardly lessens the wrong but SF aren't great at saying sorry either: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

Direct rule would be preferable to a rushed deal based on SHA: The News Letter

'Smash Sinn Féin' election approach was a failure – Paisley: The News Letter
Adam Kula

UUP's Danny Kennedy calls for unionist unity after brutal election result: Belfast Telegraph

'Unrealistic' to consider single party for unionism at this stage: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Reeling, unionism stands at a strategic crossroads: The News Letter
Sam McBride

This wasn't so much a bad election for unionism as a good one for the centre: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Unionist unity is not the solution: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Tom Elliott rules out UUP leadership bid despite Campbell endorsement: Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

After 22 years, she found herself in the political wilderness, but now, after an amazing comeback, MLA Dolores Kelly accuses SF of a vile smear campaign: Belfast Telegraph
Stephanie Bell

The end of Mike's political dream: Belfast Telegraph
Eddie McIlwaine

Enda Kenny annoyed at pace of Brexit talks: Irish Examiner
Daniel McConnell

'The Taoiseach is too slow and too mesmerised' – Gerry Adams calls for Brexit clarity: The Irish Times
Garreth MacNamee

SF claim that Brexit is risk to peace is 'dangerous': The News Letter

Derry called both city and 'city region that crosses the Border': The Irish Times
Freya McClements

Foreign Ministers to visit border region following Brexit talks: ITV

Chamber chief tells Theresa May Brexit will hit the North West worse than Windsor Castle: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Bertie Ahern claims Ireland isn't 'mad enough' to leave the European Union: Irish Mirror
James Ward

St Patrick's day protest – Orange Order urged to ban flute band honouring loyalist Clarke linked to triple murder: Belfast Telegraph

Fury as bonfire materials are dumped on new Greenway: Belfast Telegraph
Brett Campbell

Impact of terrorism laid bare as victims tell their stories at Stormont event: Belfast Telegraph
Claire O'Boyle

'Republic's government is no honest broker at NI talks' – victims group: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Relatives of IRA man shot dead by SAS lose legal battle to have inquest verdicts quashed: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Inquest into death of man shot at dance in 1971 'has to be given priority': Belfast Telegraph

Please donate to the action against the Scots soldier killers: The News Letter

Files prove Army knew McGurk's bomb not IRA own goal – lawyer: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

BBC stands by broadcast after DUP accusation of 'false claims': Belfast Telegraph

Belfast Lord Mayor to meet US President Donald Trump for St Patrick's Day: Belfast Live
Sheena McStravick

Adams to raise treatment of women and refugees with Trump: The Irish Times
Conor Gallagher

How Northern Protestants in the Dáil would have questioned power of Catholic Church: Irish Independent
Martina Devlin

Lib Dem MP Alistair Carmichael condemns 'divisive nationalism': BBC

'We are in the endgame for the Union' – Stormont vote may symbolise start of new post-British era: The National (Scotland)
Kathleen Nutt

Friday, March 10

Secretary of State warns Northern Ireland could face another election if parties don't reach agreement: Belfast Live
Deborah McAleese

Colum Eastwood – Negotiations must deliver a return to power sharing: Derry Now

Church leaders urge politicians to protect NI peace process: ITV

DUP leader Arlene Foster's regret over Sinn Féin crocodile comment: The News Letter
Graeme Cousins

Arlene Foster on why she regrets calling Sinn Féin 'crocodiles' – while remaining tight-lipped on retaking First Minister position: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Sammy Wilson says Gerry Adams return to Northern Ireland politics 'an injection of poison': Derry Now

Danny Kennedy calls for unionist talks after election: BBC
Gareth Gordon

NI election – DUP's Jim Wells regrets going soft on BBC over 'biased' campaign coverage (Mar 6): Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

The old Stormont order has changed, changed utterly: Irish Catholic
Nuala O'Loan

Challenge for republicans is to find way to do constructive politics with unionists: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

DUP loses its fizz under Arlene Foster after assembly election: Irish News
William Scholes

DUP must wake up the sleeping voters if it wants to save the Union (Mar 8): Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Both unionist parties have a role to play in reversing the surge in Sinn Féin support: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

I urge members of the UUP and DUP to work together: The News Letter
David Campbell

Neal calls for a new North envoy: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

When SF accuse others of waffle, you know you are in for the long haul: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

Sinn Féin in danger of overplaying its hand: Irish News
Alex Kane

Northern Ireland needs to revolutionise itself – but becoming a united Ireland isn't the answer: The Independent
Michael Hugh Walker

DUP will need to compromise, but should resist the key IRA goal of separate legacy inquests: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Northern Ireland's politicians must heed Kate Carroll's words: Belfast Telegraph

'Designated status must be sought for Northern Ireland' – Oireachtas committee: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Sinn Féin MEP Martina Anderson tells Barnier's officials that forcing Brexit on the North will undermine the peace process: Derry Journal

Brexit tensions divides Northern Ireland against itself after two decades of peace: National Post
Therese Raphael

AOH to hold united Ireland meeting: Irish News
Connla Young

Alliance calls for emergency law to protect jobs in North (Mar 7): The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

RHI inquiry will take more than six months, says judge: BBC

Orange Order plans for St Parick's Day march with band honouring loyalist linked to triple murder is 'insult to victims': Irish News
Paul Ainsworth

Picket in Derry to highlight first anniversary of Tony Taylor return to jail: Irish News
Connla Young

Dissident Frankie Quinn gets New IRA death threat: Sunday World
Paula Mackin

Murdered republican's wife tells of her hatred for killers: Irish Independent
Conor Feehan

Teenager admits his part in 'vicious sectarian attack' on young Catholic: Newtownabbey Times

Terror victims fear 'more legacy concessions' to SF: The News Letter

Irish government must make full disclosure about Kingsmill killings, UUP urges: Belfast Telegraph

Event will mark terrorist victims' memorial day at Stormont on Monday: The News Letter

Army knew McGurk's Bar bomb was placed in doorway, solicitor says: Belfast Telegraph

'There's always people who use social media to pour out their hatred to those they view as a worthy target': Belfast Telegraph

Same-sex marriage 'a litmus test' for new Executive: ITV

NI Election – Gay marriage and abortion reform some way off yet despite election (Mar 6): Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Scots split 50/50 on independence, Ipsos MORI for STV News poll finds: The Herald

The desperate fringes of Yes and No playing the sectarian card: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Thursday, March 9

Arlene Foster says Sinn Féin haven't asked her to step aside as talks continue for a third day: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Foster – Sinn Féin playing dangerous game over Executive nominations: The News Letter

Fewer than third of MLAs express support for Arlene Foster as First Minister: Irish News
Gareth McKeown

NI parties 'willing to engage constructively' – Flanagan: ITV

We'll stop 'Sinn Féin jackboot', says DUP's Sammy Wilson: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Sugden – I have no list of demands for justice role: Londonderry Sentinel

Don't take peace process progression for granted, church leaders warn: Belfast Telegraph

UK Government holding up justice for victims' families – Michelle O'Neill: The News Letter
Deborah McAleese

Political institutions have failed victims, launch event hears: Impartial Reporter
Jonathan Rainey

Assembly speaker Robin Newton continues to be paid salary: Irish News
Connla Young

NI Election – O Muilleoir's vision of new Belfast 'lacks room for unionists' (Mar 6): Belfast Telegraph

Kennedy loses out after 32 years of political life: Lurgan Mail

'Voters didn't just get mad, they got even': Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Unionist unity proposal ignites debate but also reveals wide differences: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Beattie will consider UUP leadership bid 'if party comes calling': The News Letter

PSNI widow Kate Carroll: You politicians have been given a second chance – time to grab it by the scruff of the neck: Belfast Telegraph
Kate Carroll

Does the Cameron doctrine still apply for Theresa May?: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Non-fallers among election's runners and riders should get on with the job in hand as we definitely don't need another re-run: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Comedy crocodile outfit helped change the course of history: Irish News
Allison Morris

Circling wagons and shouting 'Gerry Adams is behind you' just doesn't work anymore: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Petition of concern is a 'safeguard for unionism': Belfast Telegraph
Steven Alexander

DUP should call Sinn Féin's bluff on border poll: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Northern Ireland's unionists face hard questions for future (Mar 7): Belfast Telegraph

RHI scandal – Departing DUP minister blocked multiple FoI requests: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Time Northern Ireland had its own flag, says Labour peer – do you agree?: Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

European leaders weigh in on Irish language act: The News Letter

Police probe vile online abuse blaming UUP 's Jenny Palmer for SDLP success in Lagan Valley: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

How a family 'fell so far' after father's killing on Border: Impartial Reporter
Jonathan Rainey

Shock as Belfast City Council brands pro-choice rally organisers a 'dissident republican group': Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

Times columnist criticised over 'garbled' claims on unionists: The News Letter

'To say Britishness is authentic, while denying Irishness is quaffing one's own Kool-Aid too deeply':
Caoimhin De Barra

Envoy's articulate reply in defence of Ireland: Irish Independent

Border communities in Brussels telling officials and MEPs that hard border will devastate from Derry to Carlingford: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Irish patients will lose out if UK triggers hard Brexit: Irish Independent
Eilish O'Regan

Disputed Irish loughs present Brexit conundrum for fishermen:
Clodagh Kilkoyne

How hard Border will hit Guinness brewers in pocket: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

Brexit has reawakened the nationalists' desire for a united Ireland – but Dublin is unmoved: New Statesman
John Bew

Sturgeon – Autumn 2018 'common sense' for indyref2: BBC

Wednesday, March 8

Sinn Féin cut short Stormont talks saying Secretary of State's contribution was 'waffle waffle waffle': Belfast Telegraph

Theresa May 'will not attend' Stormont powersharing talks: The Irish Times

'Peter Robinson would have pulled rabbit out of a hat' to save Stormont, says ex-spin doctor: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Foster 'delighted with support' from DUP MLAs: ITV

Wells – Foster quitting at behest of SF would set dangerous precedent (Mar 6): The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Foster's smiles suggests she's safe for the meantime: Irish News
John Manley

'We need greater cooperation for sake of unionist family': The News Letter

Is unionist unity doomed to fail?: Irish News
John Manley

Órlaithí helps Sinn Féin 'create history': Belfast Media
Brónach Ní Thuama

NI Election – Women power way to record number of seats in new intake at Stormont (Mar 6): Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

I won't be bowing down to cowards, says UUP woman: Ulster Star
Duncan Elder

New Sinn Féin MLA endorses social media insult aimed at Arlene Foster: Irish News
Gareth McKeown

Northern Ireland faces fraught fortnight: Tribune Magazine
John Coulter

As political landscape shifts, bitter divisions resurface in Northern Ireland: America Magazine
Rhona Tarrant

Unionism must improve its tone: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

For the first time in my life, the prospect of a united Ireland is not only credible but inevitable: The Independent
Siobhan Fenton

Arlene Foster's sneer is what did the damage: The Irish Times
Denis Bradley

Sinn Féin must pivot from exploiting alienation to delivering cohesion: Irish Examiner
Gerard Howlin

Sinn Féin in no rush to go back into executive: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Sinn Féin upsurge causes distress in Downing Street: The News Letter
Chris Moncrieff

Deadlock in Northern Ireland: Yorkshire Post

Drama builds in Belfast – Close elections give Sinn Féin a new edge: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

An urgent need for Northern Ireland to start healing itself: Belfast Telegraph

Time and thought is needed before there is any Stormont deal: The News Letter

Voters will not appreciate another trip to the polls: Irish News

Irish road signs 'being imposed' on unionist areas: Banbridge Leader

Cops foil dissident 'punishment' attack: Belfast Media

Arrest over 2015 attempt to kill police in west Belfast: ITV

Regency hitman 'Flat Cap' left to die alone by dissident pals: Sunday World
Paula Mackin

MPs hear evidence on how to protect Troubles soldiers: The News Letter

Loughgall files to be handed over: Portadown Times

Historians 'vital to counter republican rewriting of past' (Mar 6): The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Mum's tribute to Massereene murder victim sapper Patrick Azimkar: Belfast Telegraph
Cate McCurry

Legal question over Farrell's naming of Sinn Féin TDs in Stack query: The Irish Times
Sarah Bardon

'AN ABSOLUTE FARCE' Fat-cat lawyers are sending crack teams to Northern Ireland to join the witch hunt against ageing British veterans, soldier-turned-MP claims: The Sun
Harry Cole

British writer says that Ireland has a 'tenuous' claim to nationhood: Irish Mirror
Cormac O'Shea

Our man in London hits back at British newspaper attack: Irish Independent
Denise Calnan

Dan Mulhall to become Irish ambassador to the United States: The Irish Times
Ruadhán Mac Cormaic

Dublin 'far from ready to face challenges of Brexit' (Mar 6): Irish Independent
John Downing

A stricter approach needed on sectarianism in football (Mar 7): The Herald

What English Tory activists really think about the UK: New Statesman
John Denham

Tuesday, March 7

Gerry Adams – May and Brokenshire are part of problem at Stormont: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

NI Election – Petition of concern on talks agenda as DUP loses its power of veto: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Stop MLAs' pay under direct rule, Brokenshire urged: Londonderry Sentinel

DUP founder member – We need to rethink and compromise with SF: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Stormont opposition was effective despite limited time: Irish News
John Manley

There's an appetite for doing business at talks – Irish minister Flanagan: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Risks for SF if it attempts to overplay its strong hand: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Sinn Féin faces fight as defiant Arlene nails her feet to the parliament floor: Irish Independent
John Downing

MLAs return to uncertain future at Stormont: The News Letter

Arlene Foster faces revolt as third of DUP MLAs want her to step aside and save institutions: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

No revolt says Arlene Foster after Sinn Féin surge at polls: The News Letter
Michael McHugh

NI Election – Arlene Foster's leadership is secure, says DUP's Nigel Dodds: Belfast Telegraph

DUP standing by leader Arlene Foster despite Sinn Féin gains: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Ian Paisley – Humble pie needs to be served and eaten: The News Letter
Sam McBride

If only Foster was polite, unionism would have had better result – peer: The News Letter

NI Election – Unionism is leaderless, claims rebel Patterson: Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

NI Election – Unionist parties have to join forces or risk being steamrollered, says McNarry: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Poor result will 'galvanise' unionism, says Campbell: The News Letter

IRA victim's sister Ann Travers hits out at Sinn Féin voters: Belfast Telegraph
Claire O'Boyle

Concerns Sinn Féin 'planned election since last May': The News Letter

NI Election: Some in UVF itching to get guns out – thought of Sinn Féin calling shots won't help the mood: Belfast Telegraph
Jim McDowell

Seven of nine UUP leadership contenders have less than a year's experience of Stormont: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Nesbitt leaves UUP with the same ideological vacuum he inherited: The News Letter
Sam McBride

I will be a bridge builder but we need partners who will do the same: Belfast Telegraph
Michelle O'Neill

My wish is for the pro-Union parties to now come together: Belfast Telegraph
Arlene Foster

Whither unionism, after so grave a setback?: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Unionists need to start acting like patriots rather than nationalists or war will be lost: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Can Arlene Foster reinvent herself and show she's very different to the image that has now taken hold?: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

A way for Arlene Foster to redeem herself: The Irish Times
Eamonn Mallie

Arlene Foster left stranded as world changes around her: Irish News
Fionnuala O'Connor

Arlene Foster responsible for the worst unionist result in my lifetime: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Century of unionist hegemony ends, but North is more divided than ever: Irish Independent
John Downing

The DUP must not be panicked into a bad deal: The News Letter

Cop hit in Belfast petrol station attack believes he knows who shot him – and will meet them again: Irish Mirror
Jilly Beattie

Anger over sustained attack on hub for former republican prisoners: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

No reconciliation while Sinn Féin eulogises IRA – DUP councillor: The News Letter

Prosecution time limits for troops must include RUC – Robinson: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Actor Gabriel Byrne reveals he was attacked by British soldiers in 1980s London because he was Irish: Irish Post
Erica Doyle Higgins

McGuinness's family asks for privacy over fears for health: Irish Independent
Claire O'Boyle

Clergyman sends 'prayer for hope' to Martin McGuinness: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Culture of denial over sectarianism in Scotland, report says: BBC

Rangers fans' group writes to Holyrood to oppose new law aimed at tackling sectarianism and bad behaviour in football: Scottish Daily Record

Monday, March 6

James Brokenshire meeting Stormont party chiefs for talks to restore devolution: Belfast Telegraph

Government issues warning to North's parties after election: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Parties warned time is running out to restore devolution in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Féin won't go into government with Arlene Foster as First Minister – O'Dowd: Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

Robin Swann 'not ruling out' UUP leadership bid: BBC

Northern Ireland – Arlene Foster 'will lead DUP into power-sharing talks': The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Emma Little Pengelly blames 'Stalford 1' leaflet distribution and voter 'misinformation' for South Belfast election failure: Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

Former IRA man condemned for 'see you later alligator' jibe at Foster: The News Letter

Sinn Féin vindicated by unprecedented surge: Irish News
John Manley

Shock result in Foster's own constituency leaves DUP reeling: The Irish Times
Rodney Edwards

As the unionist veto deteriorates the need for reconciliation grows: Irish News
John Manley

No time for lethargy in a new Stormont: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Theresa May should rip up a new Northern Ireland power-sharing deal that abandons ageing Army vets, senior Tories warn: The Sun
Tom Newton Dunn

Nationalists won't weep for UUP: Irish News
Connla Young

Theresa May must call a Northern Ireland summit – or risk a return to direct rule: The Guardian
Peter Hain

NI Assembly – Nationalism felt it was poked in the stomach and it snarled back: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Instability an opportunity for Sinn Féin – Northern Ireland elections: Irish Examiner

Foster digs her heels and puts 'personal pride before party': Irish Independent
Suzanne Breen

This election was a Greek tragedy for the DUP: Irish News
Tom Kelly

In wake of election, Sinn Féin sets its sights beyond Stormont: The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

The winds of change: Irish News

Northern Ireland – A remarkable election in some respects but gridlock remains: The Irish Times

The Guardian view on the Northern Ireland assembly election – a warning to Brexit Britain: The Guardian

Veterans' campaign 'that bit harder' after election result: Londonderry Sentinel

Case for reunification is overwhelming – Brexit has no upside for North: Irish Independent
Martina Devlin

Vandals daub threat on wall of Twaddell Avenue church rectory in North Belfast: Belfast Live
Jilly Beattie

Policeman shot by republicans describes blood and fear: The News Letter

BBC report misrepresents Foster crocodile jibe against Sinn Féin: The News Letter

Serious concerns as former deputy first minister Martin McGuinness hospitalised: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Football failing to tackle sectarian issues: The Herald
Colin McNeill

Sunday, March 5

'Perpetual unionist majority' at Stormont 'demolished', says Gerry Adams: Irish Independent
Deborah McAleese

Adams qualifies demand that Foster not be part of Executive: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Brokenshire warns window 'limited' to restore Assembly: ITV

Assembly election – DUP MP says up to Foster to accept Sinn Féin ultimatum: BBC

'Parties must overcome differences and make Northern Ireland work' – Poots: Ulster Star

Northern Ireland election – DUP's Arlene Foster 'to stay as first minister': The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Assembly election – Simon Hamilton says Arlene Foster should not step aside: BBC

DUP's approach 'woke a sleeping beast' – SF's Ó Donnghaile: ITV

Jim Wilson says there are 'too many' unionist parties: BBC

SDLP ‘reinvigorated’ by NI Assembly election performance – Eastwood: Derry Journal

SDLP left counting its losses as Sinn Féin take key seats: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Ukip contender – I don't know why our vote has fallen: The News Letter

NI Assembly – imminent prospect of Brexit causes shift in attitudes: The Irish Times
Nicholas Whyte

I am ready to work with other parties to get the Executive up and running again: The Sunday Life
Arlene Foster

Storm(y)ont Elections: Village
Anton McCabe

DUP puts Sinn Féin in driving seat, but road ahead is unclear:
Steven McCaffery

Tribalism wins the day again and it's all just so depressing (Mar 4): Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Once again, blaming 'themmuns' for everything works in the North: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

If Northern Ireland's big two can't talk, they will lose the house: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

SF's big win north strengthens its hand in the south (Mar 4): Irish News
Patrick Murphy

Sinn Féin's North success is not good news for southern politics: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Sinn Féin's historic election result presents another headache for May: The Herald
Karin Goodwin

People have spoken – but DUP and Sinn Féin won't (Mar 4): Irish Independent

Sinn Féin prospers as turnout swells (Mar 4): Irish News

Foster has hard work ahead as she returns at the helm of NI (Mar 4): The News Letter

Ireland – The forgotten frontier of Brexit: Sunday Telegraph
Peter Foster

Brexit may help unite Emerald Isle: Boston Herald
Steve Coronella

Ireland should be ready to jump ship from EU after Brexit: Sunday Independent
Bruce Arnold

Restless Ulster may beat Scots to the exit: The Sunday Times
Adam Boulton

Kearney challenged over Sinn Féin 'reconciliation' claims: The News Letter

Second Northern Irish assassination plot on Ken Livingstone uncovered: Daily Star Sunday
Patrick Williams

Siobhan O'Neill – There is a need to understand the link between the Troubles and suicide rates... a whole generation was traumatised and saw some terrible things (Feb 27): Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Sinn Féin councillors call for full hearing: Bray People
Myles Buchanan

Young Polish Gaeilgeoir pens an impassioned letter to Stormont on respect for the Irish language: Belfast Media
Conor McParland

'We speak Irish, but we're pretty normal. We're not Nazis. We're not leprechauns':
Peadar Ó Caomhánaigh

Weir should explain why he thinks multiple choice beats AQE model (Feb 28): The News Letter

PM's argument for more union in the United Kingdom (Mar 3): BBC
Brian Taylor

The Union is at risk. Mrs May has to save it all over again: Sunday Telegraph
Tim Stanley

Theresa May Scottish Speech – 25 different attacks on Scottish Independence that could just as easily be about Brexit (Mar 3): The Independent
Tom Peck

Indian politician DEMANDS Theresa May apologise for Britain's 'BRUTAL' colonialism (Mar 4): Daily Express
Ajay Nair

Saturday, March 4

Sinn Féin makes major gains in Northern Ireland elections: The Guardian
Henry McDonald and Jamie Grierson

Unionism loses its Stormont majority: The News Letter
Sam McBride

'A good day for Sinn Féin' IRA man's daughter left with serious chance of becoming Northern Ireland's new chief after shock vote results: The Sun
Tom Newton Dunn

Electorate has shown it doesn't want Brexit, says Gerry Adams: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

High-profile politicians washed away by SF tide: Irish Independent
Michael McHugh

Danny Kennedy refuses to blame UUP leader after shock loss: Portadown Times

NI election: North Belfast – DUP veteran McCausland left looking to life beyond politics: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Sir Jeffrey Donaldson – Arlene 'safe' as leader of DUP: Sunday World

2017 will be remembered as a dreadful year for unionism, says TUV man: Ulster Star

NI Election: Foyle – SDLP leader Eastwood stung by SF in former heartland: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

South Down – Wells angry at SF's 'contrived' poll: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Sinn Féin claims symbolic victory: Londonderry Sentinel

Sinn Féin election pledge to root out corruption secured party winning seats: Belfast Telegraph

RHI was rarely mentioned on doorsteps, says DUP poll-topper Lockhart: The News Letter

Ford says Alliance could take justice role again if deal is right: The News Letter

UUP in disarray as Mike Nesbitt resigns in day of high drama and shock losses: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Paisley reflects on 'bad day at the office' for unionism: ITV

NI Assembly – with election over, what happens next: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Arlene Foster locks herself away in private room: Irish News
Gareth McKeown

Fall in support for DUP will only raise pressure on Foster to stand aside: Irish Independent
John Rentoul

A catastrophe for unionism; a triumph for renewed nationalism: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Assembly election – Sinn Féin surge raises many questions: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

NI election – Sinn Féin enjoys Titanic victory as rivals are left licking their wounds on the sidelines: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

How Bombardier landed at the centre of Northern Ireland's election: Toronto Globe and Mail
Paul Waldie

For once I agree with Gerry Adams, the DUP radicalised a younger vote for Sinn Féin: Belfast Telegraph
Mairia Cahill

Can our two leading ladies now work together? The drama has only just begun: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Arlene Foster's constant baiting made it very easy for the crocodile of republicanism to bite back: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Kelly

Sinn Féin surge puts Northern Ireland power-sharing agreement at risk: The Independent
Siobhan Fenton

If the big two can't talk, they will lose the house: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Not only is the old conflict alive and well, it's the very engine of politics: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

It's back to square one, as North's strange political bedfellows prepare for tough reunion: Irish Independent
Martina Devlin

An election? Sorry, we hadn't noticed: The Herald
Teddy Jamieson

Closer than ever – but can Sinn Féin and the DUP work together?: Irish News
John Manley

Northern Ireland's future in the UK now depends on Alliance voters: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Participation in democracy in NI is still strong (Mar 3): The News Letter

NI Election: DUP loses 'petition of concern' power opening door for gay marriage – Sinn Féin slashes lead to one seat: Belfast Telegraph

'Executive failed' over Irish language strategy, court rules: BBC

Nowhere to run – As paramilitary threats grow on daily basis, many victims are left in frightening state of limbo: Belfast Telegraph
Claire O'Boyle

Campbell blames dissidents for switch: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Delay in medical reports on Jean McConville accused: The News Letter

PSNI lacks independence to oversee probe into claims Army shot mother, judge rules: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Funeral of PJ Bradley hears 'improved relations across the political divide': Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

On Brexit, we're closer to London than Berlin or Paris: Irish Independent
David McWilliams

EU Army is reminder of why we need to leave European Union: Daily Express

May's speech shows how little Scotland means in her dangerous game of Brexit: The Guardian
Lesley Riddoch

Friday, March 3

Turnout rises in Northern Ireland assembly election: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

NI Assembly Election – SDLP leader Colum Eastwood gives UUP his vote in Derry: Belfast Telegraph
Leona O'Neill

Assembly Election 2017 – Raining crocs and dogs: BBC

New MLAs will still be paid – even if no deal is reached to restore an Executive: Irish Independent
Noel McAdam

North's expat younger generation frustrated by sectarian Stormont: The Irish Times
Shane Hickey

I would love to return to Executive as the Justice Minister, admits Sugden (Feb 27): Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Bellwether constituencies will help paint bigger electoral picture: Irish News
John Manley

A key figure to watch today is the nationalist share of the vote: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

If those who don't vote actually do so then maybe we'll get the politics we crave (Mar 2): Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

The verdict – Focus on Arlene Foster as counting begins: Irish News
John Manley

NI Assembly Election: Brokenshire soon to be centre stage in play with no script – if parties can't agree, curtain will descend on Stormont: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Northern Ireland election – Do Sinn Féin want direct rule from London?: New Statesman
Patrick Maguire

Our politicians could learn lessons from Brian Faulkner: Irish News
Alex Kane

NI Assembly election – Opportunity for decisive leadership squandered again, but what's new?: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

The Good Friday Agreement is dead: Irish News
Denis Bradley

There is no middle ground on some key issues facing Northern Ireland: The News Letter

Brexit – Stormont parties spent under £19,000 backing Remain: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Unanswered questions over the DUP's Brexit campaign spending: The Irish Times
Peter Geoghegan

Enda Kenny to seek US/EU talks on Brexit: Irish Examiner
Daniel McConnell

Brussels 'has Ireland's back' in Brexit 'challenge': Irish Independent
Sarah Collins and Colm Kelpie

After Brexit, is Ireland next to go? : Toronto Globe and Mail
Ray Bassett

Strategy must be implemented if High Court agrees Executive 'failed' over Irish language: Irish News
Paul Ainsworth

Councillor Padraig McShane launches court challenge over flag row suspension: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Republicans plan Easter Rising parade through Belfast city centre: Irish News
Connla Young

We need respect to replace this hatred (Feb 27): Belfast Telegraph

David Black murder – Damien McLaughlin arrested: BBC

No police charges over Catholic judiciary 'will be dealt with' claims: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Doubt over Kenny's Kingsmills files pledge: The News Letter

St George's Day concert dedicated to Birmingham pub bombings campaigners: Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

Appeal for Daniel Carson murder witnesses more than 40 years on (Feb 28): Irish News
Connla Young

Victims of IRA-Libya terror to stage mass lobby of MPs: The News Letter

Maze escape film will not be 'black and white' account (Mar 2): Irish News
John Monaghan

Stormont criticised on integrated schools: BBC
Robbie Meredith

Minister condemns humanist book given out to primary pupils in Northern Ireland (Feb 21): Belfast Telegraph
Cate McCurry

Could part of Berlin Wall inspire fall of Belfast's peace barriers? (Mar 2): Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Pastor James McConnell to address Muslim leaders in Co Down conference (Mar 1): Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Pastor McConnell – I won't retract Islam comments when I address Muslim leaders: Newtownabbey Times

'EU trade tariffs could sour sale of milk between Northern Ireland and the Republic' (Jan 20): Irish Independent
Rachel Martin

Scottish nationalists are not the same as racists, says Jeremy Corbyn in wake of blundering Sadiq Khan's comments (Feb 27): Scottish Daily Record
Andy Philip

The parallels between Scottish nationalism and racism are clear (Feb 27): The Guardian
Claire Heuchan

Thursday, March 2

Peter Robinson says 'rush to destruction' avoidable: BBC
Mark Devenport

On the eve of today's election, Peter Robinson re-emerges: The News Letter
Sam McBride

NI Assembly Election – Peter Robinson intervention aimed primarily at unionists still perplexed by the cash for ash scandal: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

How I warned Arlene they'd come for her – and why Mike got it wrong: Belfast Telegraph
Peter Robinson

SDLP transfer votes at risk over 'IRA park': The News Letter

Abandoning DUP might be step too far for most in Tiger's Bay: The Irish Times
Peter Geoghegan

UUP's Kennedy slams bogus election letter: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

NI Assembly Election – Alliance slammed for 'negative campaigning' letter: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Election Files – 'They are probably DUP ducks'. Gerry Adams takes to Lough Erne to 'bite back' ahead of snap election: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Paramilitary childhood led Adam Millar to choose politics: The News Letter

McCann calls for working-class DUP voters to back People Before Profit: Londonderry Sentinel

Election Files – Sinn Féin did not walk from Stormont says Jemma Dolan: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Bunting's desire to be Assembly candidate for TUV 'says something' about her departure – Jim Allister: Belfast Telegraph

McCartney describes tomorrow's poll as another step on 40 year struggle for justice and equality: Derry Journal

NI Assembly Election: If you think voting is a waste of time, think again – it's a privilege: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Ryder

Don't transfer to nationalists in Foyle: Londonderry Sentinel
Gary Middleton

What Sinn Féin wins in this election will be a win for all: Derry Journal
Mitchel McLaughlin

Should our politicians fear a fed-up electorate?: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Election – 70% surge in viewers for BBC leaders' debate fuels high turnout speculation: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

NI election predictions – DUP and Sinn Féin likely to lead way: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Squinter's essential betting guide to Election '17: Belfast Media

Make poll a referendum on DUP and Sinn Féin's appalling track record: Belfast Telegraph
Mike Nesbitt

Northern Ireland assembly elections – Can Thursday's vote save power-sharing?: The Independent
Siobhan Fenton

Colum Eastwood and Mike Nesbitt now need to hold their nerve – they, and only they, can deliver change we need: Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

Latest Adams 'crisis' needs a Tory bogeyman: The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

Public can shape the future of Northern Ireland today so don't waste your vote: Belfast Telegraph

People should exercise their democratic right and vote (Mar 1): Irish News

BBC response to queries on 'phone-in hijack' risible – MP (Feb 25): Belfast Telegraph
David Young

How do Irish speakers feel about a language act?: BBC
Robbie Meredith

Glengormley pupil calls for Irish Language Act: Newtownabbey Times

171 million reasons why I'm really looking forward to start of talks about equality: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Mourners left terrified by bikers' graveyard 'tribute' to slain RIRA man Vinnie Ryan: Sunday World
Niall Donald

Three released in Derry dissident investigation: ITV

Dad of murdered Catholic postman Daniel McCoglan clears first hurdle in legal action over inquest 'delay': Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Councillors served fish after SDLP complaint: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Kenny should attend St Patrick's Day event in US, says congressman: The Irish Times
Suzanne Lynch

Ó Cadhla – No need to hold me in 'stinky cell': Cork Evening Echo
Alan Healy

Bertie Ahern warns of danger of 'hard' NI border: BBC
Nicholas Watt

Brokenshire confident Common Travel Area can remain: ITV

Islamist violence shows NI and Republic must co-operate – Brokenshire: The News Letter

Nicola Sturgeon launches her own Project Fear and claims Brexit could strip Holyrood of powers: Scottish Daily Record
David Clegg

Left-wing nationalism is a far cry from racism: The Herald
Kenny MacAskill

Wednesday, March 1

Northern Ireland leaders serve up competitive TV debate: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Arlene Foster and Michelle O'Neill suffer a night to forget in their final election screen test: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Assailed from every side, Foster turns on BBC audience during final debate: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Support for DUP drops as 'green bloc' vote increases – Lucid Talk Tracker Poll: Irish News
John Manley

SDLP believes best hope for NI election is pact with UUP: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Sinn Féin's O'Neill predicts rapid talks as Nesbitt slams DUP's 'politics of fear': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Stormont can never work with Sinn Féin in power – TUV: The News Letter

Gerry Adams urges unionist voters to reject 'operation fear' tactics: Belfast Telegraph

PUP manifesto – Kyle says DUP and Sinn Féin 'involved in cultural war': BBC
Enda McClafferty

Northern Ireland elections – Newry and Armagh constituency profile: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Stormont election – Flags remain hot topic on candidate's website: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

UUP's Overend reports hate crime as 25 posters are ripped down: Belfast Telegraph
Claire O'Boyle

Election Files – Former Orangeman on Conservative ticket a fan of Fermanagh GAA team: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Ex-DUP MLA David McIlveen throws support behind North Antrim UUP candidate: Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

Jolene Bunting quits TUV after not being picked to run for Assembly seat: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

TUV's South Tyrone candidate hits out at support for 'sodomy': The News Letter

Health boss husband of DUP candidate Pengelly Little in social media 'censorship' row: Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

Sinn Féin accused of using children for political gain in school letter row: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford and Claire O'Boyle

NI Assembly election – To vote or not to vote?: BBC

Greens will deliver real change, not waste opportunities: Belfast Telegraph
Steven Agnew

Why the very future of power-sharing is at risk in this unwanted poll: Belfast Telegraph
Colum Eastwood

Northern Ireland's election – Will Arlene Foster pay the price for a domestic scandal?: New Statesman
Kevin Meagher

Northern Ireland election countdown – Will it be a day of anger or apathy?: Belfast Telegraph
Edmund Curran

Question is whether it is time to chart a new political course: Irish News
Jim Gibney

Laughs, double acts, proclamations of love... it's Strictly Northern Ireland politics: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

RHI shows lack of morals in politics, says Maginnis: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Idea that executive could be back in three weeks is a fantasy: Irish News
Brian Feeney

If devolution dies, then an Ireland border poll could be next: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

Concerns political instability could hit plan to tackle paramilitary activity: The News Letter
Deborah McAleese

PSNI 'deals with a paramilitary death threat every day': BBC

PSNI officers 'can't live in nationalist areas': The News Letter

Council to write to Derry and Sion Mill bomb victims though independent criticizes 'selective condemnation': Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Man arrested over Palace Barracks bomb attack: The News Letter

£171m public funds for Irish in past five years, says DUP: The News Letter

Church 'genuinely concerned' at prospect of a return to hard Border with North – Martin: Irish Independent
Sarah Mac Donald

James Brokenshire to hold Brexit talks with leading EU figures in Brussels: Belfast Telegraph

Taoiseach 'made it clear to Britain' Border to have no customs posts: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Northern Ireland and the Disunited Kingdom: New York Times
Peter Geoghegan

Bill to pay victims of Libyan-IRA terror 'being run out of town': The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Minister 'disappointed' at lack of progress in dealing with NI past: The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

Street sign campaigner to fight charges: Irish Examiner
Eoin English

Sturgeon – new vote on independence likely if Scots get no EU deal: The Guardian
Severin Carrell


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