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Saturday, March 31

McGuinness – Nothing can stop the process now: UTV Internet

Adams' Shankill offer:
Anthony Neeson

Army Council's secret meetings key to securing devolution deal: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

A step too far for the church he built?: Irish Independent
Edward McCann

Trust is the key ingredient: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

Crossing the Rubicon?: New Statesman (Mar 27)
Peter Shirlow

Did his visions of death transform Doctor No into Ireland's most unlikely yes man?: Irish Independent
John Cooney

Work on the major issues starts now:
Gerry Kelly

Lies writ large: Belfast Telegraph
Kevin Myers

It's goodbye to bombs and bullets, hello to bread, butter . . . and water: Irish Independent


DUP founding member Roy Gillespie resigns over SF deal: UTV Internet

DUP MP hits out at power sharing: UTV Internet

DUP figures join criticism of deal: The News Letter

Willie McCrea may be next to quit the DUP:
Ciarán Barnes

UUP veteran Wilson back to run the party: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

MEP's exit from party is regrettable: The News Letter (Mar 28)

Business Eyes New North Boom: Irish Voice/
Paddy Clancy

Paisley, Adams and the lure of the Celtic Tiger . . .: Irish Independent

Michael Stone charged with attempted murder: UTV Internet

UDA expel duo: UTV Internet

Show them the money:
Robin Livingstone

Fifth arrest in dissident inquiry: BBC

Reveal police links to informer – McCord: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Unionists laughed at Cllr's collusion motion:
Roisin McManus

Controversial 'Dirty War' motion adopted: Derry Journal

Father of man shot by SAS wins ruling:

Farewell to arms as troops begin Crossmaglen pullout: The Times
March 31, 2007

Friday, March 30

Executive team named by DUP: The News Letter

Foster hot bet to be Minister: Impartial Reporter

Agreement 'delivered' according to Trimble: The News Letter

Paisley... worse than Trimble: Belfast Telegraph
Dean Godson

At long last, an omen of good days to come: (from the Irish News)
Jim Gibney

The Hand of History: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Deal with devil small price to pay to snub the snobs: (from the Irish News)
Newton Emerson

Irish power-sharing deal a near-miracle: Kuwait Times (Mar 28)
Anna Tomforde


Full throttle: Irish Echo
Ailbhe Jordan

Walsh joins delegation to Northern Ireland: Syracuse Post-Standard
Mark Weiner

LI's Irish express hope: New York Newsday (Mar 28)
Zachary R. Dowdy

Deal helps SF to tackle elections in Republic: (from the Irish News)
Valerie Robinson

Orde likely to leave post within three years: UTV Internet

Anger at attack on crash police: BBC

Police to probe election arrest: Irish Independent
Ivan McMichael

Gerry McGeough: The Blanket (Mar 26)
Martin Galvin

UDA has a great deal of work to do: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Troops start to pull out in time for July D-day: Newry Democrat

Questions raised over sword-wielding Orangeman: (Mar 27)
Damian McCarney

Cross-border body cleared of all charges: The News Letter (Mar 28)

Peace dividend feeds Belfast's house price boom: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

Troubled house in massive demand: Belfast Telegraph
Matthew McCreary

Thursday, March 29

Dissident members of DUP 'no threat to deal': Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

Wells considers resigning from DUP: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Resignation is not the first fall-out with party: The News Letter

Legislation after historic deal: UTV Internet

Adams silent on IRA army council: BBC

Blair praised for Ulster deal: UTV Internet

A 'necessary evil' for Ulster people's future: Belfast Telegraph (Mar 27)
Claire McNeilly

Hume regrets talks didn't happen at Sunningdale: (from the Irish News, Mar 27)
Seamus McKinney

Civil servants must help parties says UUP: The News Letter

Paisley makes light work of the 'insane Sinn Hain': Belfast Telegraph
Simon Carr

Irish-American leaders laud Adams-Paisley deal: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Durkan frustrated at more Direct Rule: The News Letter

Adams wants to level the rocky road to Dublin: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Movers and shakers: Toronto Star (Mar 28)
Olivia Ward

The price of Ulster's peace: New York Post (Mar 28)
John O'Sullivan

Northern Ireland has shown the triumph of hard and, at times, deceitful politics: The Independent
Steve Richards

Pact puts Belfast back in the democratic big time: The Herald (Mar 27)
Ian Bell

Bun Fights & Good Salaries: The Blanket (Mar 27)
Dolours Price

North now needs a new political vocabulary: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney


Orde offered contract extension:

The lies of a killer who lured my son to his grisly death: Belfast Telegraph (Mar 27)
Lisa Smyth

UDA expels pair from organisation: BBC

Legal problems in Northern Bank case: UTV Internet

Confidential information to be disclosed in McCaughey case: UTV Internet

Report 'won't help nab' 1974 bombers: Irish Independent
Senan Molony

Ulster-Scots Agency and striker Healy make a dream team: The News Letter

Wednesday, March 28

Paisley holds firm to deal despite MEP's resignation: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty and Frank Millar

DUP member of European Parliament resigns with attack on leader's 'ego': The Independent
David McKittrick

Uncertain future for MEP: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Many Paisley Supporters Back Joint Ulster Government: New York Times
Eamon Quinn

Councillor quits DUP in sign of dissension: Belfast Telegraph
Ben Lowry

Ulster will regret this day – Foster: Belfast Telegraph
Matthew McCreary

Compliments all round as Paisley assumes the statesman's mantle: Daily Telegraph

Emergency NI bill sets path ahead: BBC

This is wonderful says victims' group: (from the Irish News)
Bimpe Fatogun

Victims brand DUP-SF deal a betrayal: The News Letter

Victim's father praises NI deal: UTV Internet

Financial package 'is vital': The News Letter

Ahern to meet Paisley next week:

The man who would be First Minister: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Paisley stirs to settle some old scores: The Guardian
Simon Hoggart

Paisley's rocky road to unlikely agreement: (from the Irish News)
William Scholes

The man who would be Deputy First Minister: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Irish history never quite happens the way it should: (from the Irish News)
Patrick Murphy

Taboos break around Stormont table: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Paisley and Adams – The Ghosts of Politics Past: The Blanket (Mar 27)
Brendan O'Neill

This latest Northern deferral is part of the dance of deception: Irish Independent (Mar 27)
Kevin Myers

Stunned silence greets historic deal: Derry Journal

More important than mere deadlines: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White


SF to seek justice for McCartneys says Paisley: Belfast Telegraph
Linda McKee

House of Lords votes on PSNI recruitment rules: UTV Internet

Hain's reputation bridges the credibility gap: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Hookham

If we don't protest loudly we will deserve leaders like Peter Hain: Daily Telegraph
Simon Heffer

Adair criticises £1.2m funding deal for UPRG: Belfast Telegraph
Lisa Smyth

Top loyalist given eight years: BBC

Sidekick's split with Adair led to killing of Alan McCullough: Belfast Telegraph

Loyalist Shoukri back out of jail: BBC

Supreme Court to hear IRA case:

Windsor Park is key so keep Maze locked: Daily Telegraph
Kate Hoey

Tuesday, March 27

N. Ireland Foes Reach Accord: Washington Post
Kevin Sullivan

Ulster Factions Agree to a Plan for Joint Rule: New York Times
Eamon Quinn & Alan Cowell

Northern Ireland's arch-enemies declare peace: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

Emergency law paves the way for Stormont: Daily Telegraph
Tom Peterkin

Blair hails devolution deal: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Hookham

Taoiseach praises outcome as 'very positive': Irish Independent
Fionnán Sheahan

Opposition leaders hail agreement, but warn new deadline must be met: Irish Examiner
Paul O'Brien

DUP gets first choice in Cabinet ministries: The Times
David Sharrock

Rumours are rife on who'll get plum jobs: Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham

Last minute efforts behind set-piece settlement: Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

DUP attempts to avoid split with delay call: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

No time for handshakes, but this was history in the making: The Times
David Sharrock

The hands of history – Two worlds come together to broker a new era of hope: The Independent
David McKittrick

Statesmen end decades of hatred: BBC
Kevin Connolly

Hain urged to resign after deadline fudge: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

How 'Hain the Pain' applied water torture: The Times
David Sharrock

Finance issues will face N Ireland: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

In Northern Ireland, peace driven by economics: Christian Science Monitor
Mark Rice-Oxley and Michael Seaver

Almost eye-to-eye: The Economist

A message for the world: The Guardian
Michael White

Blair stakes personal legacy on historic agreement in Ulster: The Independent
Colin Brown

Blair to fete N Ireland peace as his legacy: Financial Times
James Blitz

Was this all it boiled down to, two men sitting beside each other?: Irish Independent

Paisley's politics pays off: Boston Globe
Padraig O'Malley

Sharing reins won't be easy for 'Dr No': Irish Independent
Barry White

A historic day – but for all the wrong reasons: Daily Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards


Purvis' seat on Policing Board in doubt: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Washington trip boosts anti-collusion campaign: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Cabinet to discuss 1974 bombs report: The Irish Times

Ihab Shoukri back in jail: UTV Internet

Shoukri bail saga a fiasco: (from the Irish News)

Behind those walls, thoughts of the future: (Mar 23)

Monday, March 26

North on brink of deal for sharing of power: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty & Frank Millar

Adams and Paisley 'may hold talks soon': Daily Telegraph
Tom Peterkin

Negotiations On N. Ireland Government In Jeopardy: Washington Post
Kevin Sullivan

No decision on power-sharing date: Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham

Diplomatic intervention for Northern D-Day: Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

Paisley's delay puts Sinn Fein patience to test: The Herald
Graham Walker

Paisley says Yes – but leaves us with another political crisis: Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham and Gene McKenna

Blair may have finally seduced Paisley – but that still leaves an Ulster as divided as ever: The Independent
Johann Hari

DUP needs the time to bring doubters on board historic deal: Irish Independent
Maurice Hayes


CIRA murder suspect's hotel hideaway: Sunday Life (Mar 24)
Stephen Breen

Republicans face death threats as tensions grow: (from the Sunday Tribune, Mar 25)
Suzanne Breen

Extortion Racket: Sunday Life (Mar 24)
Lindy Gilby

Adair calls on 'thuggish' UDA to disband:

The outcome is inevitable: Sunday Life (Mar 24)
Brian Rowan

Emails sent in name of IRA suspect: Sunday Independent (Mar 24)
Jody Corcoran

Rosemary Nelson inquiry has cost £12m: (Mar 24)

INLA statue breaches Council's equality commitments – Hay: Derry Journal (Mar 23)
Michael McMonagle

Down republican monuments challenge: (from the Irish News, Mar 23)

Gary Mitchell to script new film on the life of Rev Ian Paisley: (Mar 23)
Jonathan Martin

Mixing in D.C.: Irish Echo

Al-Jazeera viewers 'hopeful for North': Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

Remembering lesson learned in Belfast: Newark Star-Ledger (Mar 25)
John Farmer

Sunday, March 25

DUP wants a "testing period" before entering power-sharing executive with Sinn Féin: (from the Sunday Times)
Liam Clarke

Paisley offers last-ditch deal to save devolution: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Hain hails DUP power-sharing move: BBC

Paisley and co ready to do deal – Ford: (from the Irish News)
William Graham

Council Speaker in Dublin, Belfast: Irish Voice/
Cahir O'Doherty

Odds are improving for Monday deal, but ...: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Deadlines, deals and devolution: BBC
Martina Purdy

Paisley's credibility as a leader is at stake: (from the Sunday Times)

Paisley's Irish power trip: New York Daily News (Mar 24)

Now is the time for devolution: (from the Irish News, Mar 23)

Chancellor must be pushed further: Belfast Telegraph

Doctor on the brink: Independent on Sunday

Self denial at a local level only adds to the SDLP's woes as party's decline continues: (Mar 23)
Martin Morgan

Dirty Money: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Funding for UDA can't be justified: (from the Irish News, Mar 23)

Police station attacked in south Armagh: UTV Internet

PSNI lied over Bone shooting: (Mar 23)
Ciarán Barnes

Banished priest who has ear of all America's top politicians: (from the Sunday World, Mar 18)
John Cassidy

Issues of our past must be dealt with: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Truth recovery commission the only way to deal with the past: (from the Sunday Times)
Liam Clarke

Poll indicates boost in Sinn Féin support: RTE

Colombia Three fugitive hits election trail for SF: Sunday Independent
Maeve Sheehan

A biopic of the big man is in the pipeline but who will portray the original manic street preacher?: Sunday Herald
Tom Shields

Orange warning over Union danger: BBC

Saturday, March 24

DUP may have plan to break Monday deadline: The Irish Times
Frank Millar

Paisley faces rebellion over power-sharing deadline: The Guardian
Patrick Wintour and Owen Bowcott

Paisley silent over assembly decision: The Herald
Michael Settle

Bush urges Paisley to seal deal on North power: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna and Dominic Cunningham

Peace process in North must work, says Pope: The Scotsman
Senan Hogan

Devolution package too stingy, Paisley tells Blair: Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham

Brown offer a 'nuisance payment': BBC

Campaigner on tax 'very disappointed' over plans: Irish Independent (Mar 23)

Dangers of Blair bribes: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

Window of hope: The News Letter

Devolution or dissolution?: Belfast Telegraph
Rick Wilford

Once a complete outsider, Ian Paisley now stands at the threshold of power: Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham

Can Paisley see forest for trees?: BBC
Gareth Gordon

Time right to start journey into a new era: The News Letter
Peter Hain

Tough road to devolution is best route for Ulster: Belfast Telegraph
David Lidington

Paisley's decision won't be any surprise to me: Irish Independent
Conor Cruise O'Brien

If Paisley finally says 'yes', we in the South are in no position to gloat: Irish Examiner
Ryle Dwyer

Ship of state trembles on slipway, but will the DUP old tars scupper or launch it?: Irish Independent
Maurice Hayes

Decision time for the DUP: Irish Independent

Will money succeed where talks failed?: The News Letter

Parties must use leverage to the full: Belfast Telegraph

£1m UDA grant 'a slap in the face' for victims: The News Letter

SDLP slam UDA £1m funding package:
Áine McEntee

Can the UDA earn its £1m dividend for peace?: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

NIO places conditions on UDA grant:

UDA 'still involved in extortion': BBC

SDLP call for halt to UDA fund plan: UTV Internet

Small price to pay: The News Letter

Mother's shock at admission of guilt: The News Letter

Belfast OC to blame for murders – CIRA:

Stakeknife may be the 'republican Haddock': Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

HET to investigate informer link to McCausland murder:
Ciarán Barnes

It's still too soon to be shocked, because there is worse to come: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Monaghan bombing to be reinvestigated:
Ciarán Barnes

Soccer in Croke Park – A win-win landmark for the GAA: Irish Examiner

Friday, March 23

Doubts on Paisley's ability to deliver agreement: The Irish Times
Frank Millar

NI Assembly hopes high as Blair rejects deadline pleas: The Herald
Catherine MacLeod

Eight week honeymoon period possibility: UTV Internet

Bush telephones Paisley and Adams: BBC

DUP to resume power-sharing talks: RTE

Decision time looms for the DUP: UTV Internet

Let's try – SF chief's message to Paisley: (from the Irish News)
William Graham

DUP skipper plots course into uncharted waters: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

N Ireland deal 'on knife-edge' despite £1bn plan: Financial Times
Christopher Adams

State pledges €580m for North Executive package: Irish Examiner
Áine Kerr

Peace dividend deal 'not done yet': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

A 'yes' from 'Dr No' could usher in a new era: (from the Irish News)
Jim Gibney

Police hand out mobile numbers: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

SF urged to join Policing Board: UTV Internet

Community confidence is the key to a new, improved PSNI: Belfast Telegraph
Hugh Orde

Step forward in support for PSNI: (from the Irish News)

Belfast Hot Air: The Blanket (Mar 17)
Anthony McIntyre

UDA bites at huge cash carrot: BBC

Tyrone Republican was bailed on murder charge: Ulster Herald

Ballast Report based on 'locker room talk': The News Letter

Families still weep for teenagers killed by loyalist Border bomb: Impartial Reporter

Loyalist admits feud manslaughter: BBC

SDLP murder shock: Sunday Life (Mar 18)
Stephen Breen

Decision puts memorials under scrutiny: The News Letter

Equality ruling creates precedent: Ulster Herald

Mixing in D.C.: Irish Echo

Thursday, March 22

DUP focuses on 'transitional' arrangements: The Irish Times
Frank Millar

Blair resolute on Northern Ireland deadline: Daily Telegraph
Tom Peterkin

New doubt is cast over deadline for devolution: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Bush to talk with Paisley and Adams: UTV Internet

Package promised for Ulster when power-sharing returns: The Times
Fran Yeoman

NI parties to meet British Chancellor: RTE

DUP meeting could make or break deal: (from the Irish News)
William Graham

Dealers enter the last chance saloon: Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Fein pledge to take positions on Policing Board once executive is formed: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

It's time PSNI was accountable for its actions: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

Take my advice, Sir Reg... you need to conduct radical and comprehensive surgery: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Retired officers hit back at Ballast report: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

O'Loan rejects report criticism: BBC

O'loan backs officer's right to shoot bomber: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

More held in double murder probe: BBC

Crash row blows up: Newry Democrat

Dissidents blamed for crash site attacks: The News Letter
Johnny Caldwell

Troubles should all be in the past: (from the Irish News)

UDA to recieve £1m from British govt: RTE

RTE denies Late Late date for 'Mad Dog': Irish Independent

SF waiting nine months for meeting with Maria Eagle: UTV Internet

Call made to remove INLA monument: BBC

Croke Park hosts a milestone game: Toronto Star
Cathal Kelly

Never Say Never Again? Plan for Paisley biopic: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

Neeson tipped to star in Paisley, the movie: Irish Independent
David McKittrick

Wednesday, March 21

Odds-on North deadline will be met, says SF: Irish Independent
Senan Molony

DUP told devolution deadline is not negotiable: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Paisley and Adams warned to make a deal: UTV Internet

Power-sharing to undergo 'first test': The News Letter

SF moves to address unionist doubts: RTE

United Ireland can be achieved peacefully – Adams:

It's make-your-mind-up time – deal or no deal?: (from the Irish News)
William Graham

Odd Couple tie the knot at Stormont: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

Promises of cash are not enough: The News Letter

Oh, what a meeting of minds it will be: Irish Independent

The Man Without the Mask: The Blanket (Mar 10)
Anthony McIntyre

New Lodge Respect week: (from the Irish News)
Susan McKay

SF tried to stop petrol bombing of police – MP: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Murdered man was behind CIRA death threats:
Ciarán Barnes

Two held over double Belfast murder:

O'Loan report 'was error riddled': BBC

Flags removed outside school: Belfast Telegraph

Adair publisher refuses to shed light on Sun deal: (from the Irish News, Feb 27)
Bimpe Fatogun

After the election: Derry Journal
Gerry Murray

MI5 recruit Ulster spies: (from the News of the World, Mar 18)
Martin Breen

DUP leader's life made into film: BBC

The boys in Croker: Irish Examiner
Liam Mackey

Club pays price for mindless fans: The News Letter

Tuesday, March 20

London, Dublin stand firm over North deadline: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty and Miriam Donohoe

Hain 'deadly serious' about closing Stormont: RTE

Peace (finally) at hand in Northern Ireland?: USA Today
Jeffrey Stinson

Northern Ireland is banishing terrorism: San Francisco Chronicle (Mar 16)
Rowan Campbell Millar

Can Blair save his legacy with the help of Dr No?: The Herald (Mar 18)
Ron Ferguson

Minister pledges cash for Stormont: (from the Irish News)
Liz Trainor

Financial future 'could be bleak': BBC

Policing Federation cuts links with PONI: The News Letter

Irish politics a whole new tea party for Boston: Belfast Telegraph
Jim Dee

Is saint's day parade for Protestants?: The News Letter

Why Saint Patrick really does belong to us all: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Ambulance with chopper victim attacked: Irish Independent
Michael McHugh

Love Ulster plans – Parade rerun an historic opportunity: Irish Examiner

President is hoping to host Paisley at Aras soon: Irish Independent
John Cooney

Stormont attack more about healthcare than creative display, claims killer Stone: Sunday Life (Mar 18)
Stephen Breen

Eagle lands Sinn Fein with an Irish language bombshell: Belfast Telegraph
Pól Ó Muirí

Irish could be official in North this year: Irish Independent
Dan McGinn

Mandela provided example in Irish unity: Springfield Republican (Mar 18)
Jo-Ann Moriarty

The rising of the Celts: Toronto Globe and Mail (Mar 17)
John Doyle

Lord lives life with terrorism in Northern Ireland: Port Arthur News (Mar 19)
Marilyn Tennissen

All-Ireland team good for soccer: (from the Irish News, Jan 23)

Business chiefs outline all-Ireland link-up plans: Belfast Telegraph (Mar 9)
Nigel Tilson

Adams's basket-case economic theory: Sunday Independent (Mar 11)
Joseph O'Malley

Yes, Kevin, give my head a devolved local minister: (from the Irish News, Mar 15)
Newton Emerson

Salmond's strategy: Daily Telegraph

Monday, March 19

Doubters in DUP try to thwart devolution deadline: The Irish Times
Frank Millar

Ahern ready for crunch meeting with Paisley: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

Devolution 'needs financial deal': BBC

Barroso offers to meet Northern leaders: RTE

Dealing with the peace: Sunday Life (Mar 18)
Brian Rowan

Assembly Needs an Opposition: The Blanket (Mar 16)
David Adams

Paisley's thumb cheek: Sunday Life (Mar 18)
Linda Gilby

Strange bedfellows at Paddy's shindig: BBC (Mar 17)
Martina Purdy

McCord takes campaign to White House: Sunday Life (Mar 18)
Stephen Breen

Cash and gun row led to murders: Sunday Life (Mar 18)
Stephen Breen

The CLM: The Blanket (Mar 18)
Anthony McIntyre

Concrete evidence of normalisation: The News Letter (Mar 15)

'More bullets were pumped into him. He died instantly': Belfast Telegraph (Mar 13)
Gráinne McCarry

Report on Dublin bombings will be held up for a week: Irish Independent
Senan Molony

Grand delusions thrive in Stormont's marbled halls: Belfast Telegraph (Mar 9)
Eric Waugh

Ghost of slaughtered Jerry McCabe still haunts Dail: Sunday Independent (Mar 11)
Gerry Gregg

Blair's Orange roots revealed: The News Letter (Mar 6)
Simon Hunter

Stranded in a land of lies where the people worship dead language: Irish Independent (Jan 26)
Kevin Myers

Girl placed with Protestant foster parents sues council: The Times (Mar 9)
David Lister

Web clip shows 'sectarian abuse': BBC

Sunday, March 18

Devolution not a done deal – Hain: BBC

Primate's enthronement speech is a plea for peace: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

A marriage of extremes. Then what?: Sunday Telegraph
Jenny McCartney

Place your bets: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Old clever-clogs is still keeping us all guessing: (from the Irish News)
James Kelly

Guerrillas use talents on Northern voters: Sunday Independent
Diarmaid MacDermott

Durkan's one-man band: (from the Irish News)
Newton Emerson

UUP Possibilities: The Blanket (Mar 12)
John Coulter

'Free Gerry' website fund set up: (from the Irish News)
Claire Simpson

Police appeal over murders: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Continuity IRA says – 'Don't help murder inquiry': The Observer
Henry McDonald

Father heartbroken at son's murder: (Mar 15)
Áine McEntee

Republican community appalled by gruesome murders: (from the Sunday Tribune)
Suzanne Breen

Dissident suspects in brutal killings go South: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

New MI5 chief named in probe over murder of policewoman: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Findings of collusion report to be released: Sunday Business Post
Colm Heatley

Gerry and friends – repenting is for lesser mortals, not us: Sunday Independent
John Drennan

State criticised in McEntee report: Sunday Business Post
Colm Heatley

INLA 'unaware' of kneecap threats: Derry Journal (Mar 16)

NIO probe QC set for Ulster to carry out questioning: Belfast Telegraph (Mar 14)
Chris Thornton

Battle for the Union: Daily Telegraph

Police favour Old Firm, say rival fans: Sunday Herald
James Hamilton

Saturday, March 17

Bush backs March 26th deadline for deal in North: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins and Denis Staunton

In a British fairyland: The Guardian
Ronan Bennett

March 26 or bust says Hain: UTV Internet

Official says Belfast government deadline must stick: Boston Globe
Kevin Cullen

DUP tells SF more to be done on policing: (from the Irish News)
William Graham

It may pay for DUP to strike while iron's hot: Belfast Telegraph

They really haven't gone away, you know . . .: Irish Independent

One big question remains: why does the IRA still exist?: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

Partisan progress – A time for power sharing in Northern Ireland: Pittsburgh Post Gazette (Mar 15)

US call on Britain for full Finucane inquiry: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

Hillary Clinton 'is pandering to SF': Belfast Telegraph
Sean O'Driscoll

St Patrick's a red letter day for the White House: Belfast Telegraph
Dean Pittman

A united Ireland is inevitable: Louisville Courier-Journal (Mar 15)
Mark Guilfoyle

Continuity IRA have denied involvement in murders: UTV Internet

Tip-off led to Belfast weapons find – Orde: (Mar 15)

Loyalist killer Stone remanded over Stormont attack: Irish Independent
Michael McHugh

Assets Recovery Agency boss named:

Met Chief out of order with remarks: The News Letter (Mar 14)

'We want the truth over 1972 bombings': Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

Spotlight now on collusion in IRA: (from the Irish News, Mar 10)

Controversy over hungerstrike memorial: UTV Internet

Uproar over IRA bomb as 'best thing for city': Irish Independent

Sidoti to chair Bill of Rights Forum: UTV Internet (Mar 15)

Is Ireland still the land of Patrick?: Springfield Republican (Mar 15)
Thomas F. Moriarty

Ireland's Evangelical Moment: Christianity Today (Mar 13)
Mary Cagney

Plenty to celebrate: Daily Telegraph

Former INLA leader's sister shares stage with Queen: (from the Irish News, Mar 13)
Catherine Morrison

Ó Cuív under fire in name change row: Irish Examiner (Mar 15)
Eoin English

Business tax cut is the key to prosperity: Belfast Telegraph

Why Blair is so keen to keep the Union strong: Daily Telegraph (Mar 16)

The union rulebook: The Guardian (Jan 17)

Friday, March 16

Power-sharing looks certain, Bertie tells US: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

Bush urges Sinn Fein and DUP to meet deal deadline: Belfast Telegraph
Sean O'Driscoll

£1bn Deal: The News Letter

Hain still in talks over OTR controversy: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

UDA in appeal to DUP to enter government with Sinn Fein: UTV Internet

Belfast Telegraph survey reveals DUP are ready to work alongside Sinn Fein: Belfast Telegraph
Ben Lowry and Lesley-Anne Henry

DUP says no full deal by March 26: (from the Sunday Tribune, Mar 11)
Suzanne Breen

Balancing optimism and scepticism: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

What will Mr Paisley do?:
Des Wilson

High stakes in peace cash poker game: Belfast Telegraph

White House welcomes NI leaders: BBC

Few big names to spend St Patrick's Day in US capital: (from the Irish News)
Catherine Morrison

Internet threats against Ulster politician: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

The new faces of Stormont 2007: (from the Sunday Tribune, Mar 11)
Suzanne Breen

Attempted murder charge a 'throwback to dark days': Impartial Reporter

As the man Says -Ulster says maybe: Ulster Herald

SF rejects criticism of polling strategies: The News Letter

A good news election story for republicans: (from the Irish News)
Jim Gibney

Party's executive set for crucial meeting: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Broad Church for Unionism: The Blanket (Mar 12)
John Coulter

Judge raps lawyers of two Omagh defendants over the knuckles: Irish Independent
Ivan McMichael

Please help us to get some degree of justice – Michael Gallagher: Ulster Herald
Michael Devlin

Suspected RIRA chief breaches bail: Irish Independent

An echo of the past:

INLA – We didn't kill those men:
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