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Wednesday, March 30

DUP chief Robinson warns over poll apathy: Belfast Telegraph

We are Northern Ireland's party, say DUP: The News Letter

'Defining' moment for North, says Robinson: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

UUP – Budget will unravel in new Assembly: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

David Ford – UUP and SDLP should not be in Executive if they could not back our Budget: Belfast Telegraph

On the campaign trail: UTV Internet
Ken Reid

Time to get real on election issues: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Peter Robinson – We offered to work toward a merger but Tom Elliott turned it down: Belfast Telegraph

Parsley quits politics: The News Letter

NI prison service suspends officer: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Army parade venues are revealed: The News Letter

200 families kept out of their homes overnight by bomb alert: Belfast Telegraph
Amanda Poole

Bishop Street bombers have 'morals of Col. Gadaffi': Derry Journal

Dissident attack 'has united the community': Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Praise from police for community efforts: Derry Journal

Bomb 'has left a sense of fear': The News Letter

'Listen to the city – go away': Derry Journal

'RIRA shot trio in revenge for bomb found under car': Evening Herald
Cormac Byrne

Concern aired after 'Butchers' TV show: The News Letter

Will we ever know the truth about Stakeknife?: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

Memorial to murdered MP: The News Letter

What did Bobby really die for? (Mar 28): (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

'Not every victim wants to forgive': The News Letter

Why Cameron must back attempts to find the truth: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Decade of anniversaries will be a big test for us: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Irish – It's a question of choice (Mar 28): Belfast Media
Kieran Hughes

Hunter finds Provisional IRA rocket launcher hidden in field: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Adviser's 'sex for favours' scandal has left UUP reeling: Belfast Telegraph

Robinson – Illness means Iris can't attend royal wedding: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Irish Health Minister 'committed' to Derry radiotherapy (Mar 24): BBC

Cancer centre 'not just for Catholics': Derry Journal

Sheriff right to dismiss case against man singing IRA songs, says expert: The Scotsman
Martyn McLaughlin and Claire Smith

Tuesday, March 29

Gerry Adams' poll plea to unionists who 'feel abandoned': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Minister's son aims to fill Paisley's boots: The News Letter

SF running 'a team of equals for an Ireland of equals': Belfast Media
Kieran Hughes

Former mayor quits TUV in row over assembly nomination: Ulster Star

Getting to Grips With the Election: BBC
Mark Devenport

Get out and vote: UTV Internet
Ken Reid

UUP members must toe the line: The News Letter
Alex Kane

MLAs 'failing to ask questions': The News Letter

Stormont's not perfect but it's our only route to peace: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Billions from England will end – Paterson: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Ulster policing enters new era: The News Letter

Hugh Orde – PSNI 50:50 recruitment was critical: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

'Viable' bomb made safe in Derry: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Derry bomb had potential to kill, say Northern Ireland police: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Choirboys, criminals and elderly caught in Derry bomb plot: The Scotsman
Steven McCaffery

'We walked past explosives-laden car': Belfast Telegraph

Dissident link to Dublin shooting investigated: RTE

Gunned down for 'vandalism': Evening Herald
Cormac Byrne and Conor Feehan

Shot trio have 'endless' list of enemies, says Garda source: Irish Examiner
Caroline O'Doherty

Gardai unsure of motive for park triple shooting: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Violent Republicans waging war in capital: Evening Herald
Cormac Byrne

Turmoil grips a west Belfast community after bomb discovery: Belfast Telegraph

Teen attacked for 'wearing green on St Patrick's Day': Belfast Media
Kieran Hughes

Prison note 'was planted by officer': The News Letter

Maghaberry officer 'didn't act alone': UTV Internet

McConville lawyer calls for thorough investigation: BBC

O'Hare family welcomes 1976 killing apology: RTE

Apology but no new criminal case over 1976 shooting of girl in North: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Mother's tears as British government finally says sorry for daughter's death: Belfast Telegraph
Connla Young

Sorry still seems the hardest word: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Loughinisland massacre 'witness' criticises RUC: BBC

Washington hears of 'Murph slaughter: Belfast Media
Paul Ainsworth

Maguire family visit very special place: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

'Fine me £1,000 if you want, but I'm filling in my Census form in Irish': Belfast Media
Paul Ainsworth

Peter Robinson gives commitment to Derry radiotherapy: BBC

Church 'shocked' by Quinn plan for schools: Irish Independent
Katherine Donnelly

Monday, March 28

Police 50-50 recruiting system is to end: BBC

Stop back-slapping and learn to move on: (from the Sunday Times)
Liam Clarke

Ministry of Defence says sorry for murder of Majella O'Hare: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

Elderly residents forced to flee homes in bomb alert: Belfast Telegraph
Áine Fox

Derry court bomb alert continues: UTV Internet

Charity event saved children from park shooting terror: Irish Examiner
Caroline O'Doherty

Triple shooting may be linked to dissident republican vigilantes: The Irish Times
Fiona Gartland & Conor Lally

We must reclaim our public places from evil: Irish Independent
Editorial

Record numbers of Irish recruits join British army: Irish Independent
Ralph Riegel and Edel Kennedy

We must give state visitors a royal welcome or lose face: Irish Independent
Mary Kenny

Security services questioned over missing evidence in Carroll murder (Mar 14): TheDetail.tv
Barry McCaffrey

Their only crime was their faith – McGurk grandson (Feb 28): Belfast Media
Kieran Hughes

'Don't write Derry off' (Mar 25): Derry Journal

Phased corporation tax cut 'best option' for Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph

NI corporation tax: The Irish Times
Editorial

School astride the Belfast divide (Mar 17): BBC
Hannah Richardson

Integration has taught us to value hearts and minds (Mar 11): Belfast Telegraph
Noreen Campbell

You'll miss the Catholic ethos if it goes (Mar 18): Irish Independent
David Quinn

Celtic boss Neil Lennon targeted again as hoax bomb is intercepted: Belfast Telegraph
Catherin Lynagh

Unionists tread softly into constitutional no-go areas (Mar 6): Scotland on Sunday
Duncan Hamilton

Sunday, March 27

New Inishowen colr. rejects 'Queen protest' call: Donegal Democrat

Time to hug a Sassenach: Sunday Independent
Pat Fitzpatrick

Changing face of Border politics (Mar 4): Impartial Reporter
Editorial

Justice, point-scoring and the HET (Mar 23): The News Letter
N R Greer

Children pose as IRA terrorists at EU-funded centre: Independent on Sunday
Jonathan Owen and Kunal Dutta

Will Executive grasp corporation tax powers?: BBC
Jim Fitzpatrick

Westminster will regret creating this uneven playing field: Scotland on Sunday
Duncan Hamilton

End of term, but will head girl Caitriona Ruane be back? (Mar 19): Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Send your kids to Catholic school if you're not Catholic? (Mar 9): BBC
Paula McCann

Lack of progress on Protestant recruitment (Mar 17): Londonderry Sentinel

Playing politics with stadia funding (Mar 22): The News Letter
Mark Langhammer

N. Ireland papers on disarmament archived at BC: Boston Globe
Kevin Cullen

In Westport, courting peace one basket at a time (Mar 21): Westport (CT) News
Mike Lauterborn

How cute Dubliners cash in on our troubles (Mar 24): Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Call for Monday evening Old Firm matches (Mar 24): The Herald
Gerry Braiden

SFA chief ready to close door on Old Firm bigots: Scotland on Sunday
Tom English and Martyn McLaughlin

Will the GB football teams be united at 2012? (Mar 23): BBC
Paul Fletcher

Saturday, March 26

Adviser's loss a crippling blow for UUP: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Turmoil mounting in divided UUP: The News Letter

UUP a fading force facing self-inflicted death: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Dissidents to contest elections: The News Letter

Cancer centre move 'blatantly sectarian': Derry Journal

SF and DUP will reverse Altnagelvin decision: RTE

Push for Army parade in Belfast gathers pace: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Unionists in move to stage RIR events: The News Letter

Odyssey clubs 'won't close early' after Sunday violence: BBC

Police apologise over Belfast football riot: Belfast Telegraph

DUP 'sectarianism' over Girdwood housing plans: Belfast Media
Kieran Hughes

Petrol bomber lacked throwing skills: UTV Internet

Schoolboy assault 'may be sectarian': UTV Internet

McGuinness proposal to deny banks tax cut would break EU laws: Belfast Telegraph
Margaret Canning

Corporation tax – cutting to why it should matter: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn Donaghy

Judge slams Ruane over 'abuse of power': The News Letter

School ruling could open door to an avalanche of legal actions: Belfast Telegraph
Connla Young

Should St Patrick's Day be public holiday?: Tyrone Times

'180 crime gangs operating in province' (Mar 24): The News Letter

What I've learned from Seamus Heaney: The Irish Times
Olivia O'Leary

With or without ewe – the royal legacies that refuse to go away: Irish Independent
Kim Bielenberg

Offaly and Ireland await the President: Irish Post
Editorial

Clergy cash plea for PMS scrapped: The News Letter

Northern Ireland suffer following FIFA rule change (Mar 23): WSC.co.uk
Jonathan Bradley

Church to send Old Firm film to police: The Herald
Martin Williams

Friday, March 25

Unionist row over McGuinness comments: The News Letter

David McNarry says UUP colleagues have betrayed party: BBC

Confusion over UUP radio row on Stephen Nolan show: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Elliott moves to defuse UUP row: UTV Internet

McGuinness unruffled as the unionists scuffle: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

UUP deputy quits over cancer unit controversy: Derry Journal

Stormont adviser sacked over claims: UTV Internet

Black Thursday for UUP: BBC
Mark Devenport

Northern Ireland Assembly is dissolved for May election: BBC

Stormont bids adieu to a political giant: The News Letter

Cameron's door closed but go-to guy Paterson gets results: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

North could cut corporate rate to 12.5%: Irish Examiner
Michael McHugh

N Ireland on course to win tax power: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Robinson welcomes tax cut plan for North: Irish Independent

Business groups welcome move to rebalance economy: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Banks should not benefit from any cut in tax rate, says McGuinness: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

NI intent on breaking its economic dependency: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Corporation tax cut: £300m gamble or golden opportunity for Northern Ireland?: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Finance secretary demands Scottish parliament be given tax rate powers: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

New tax deal for Ulster could break the Union: Daily Telegraph
Alan Cochrane

Cutting tax rate is our best best: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

PSNI to help Garda with royal visit: Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Fein reject call for protest over Queen's visit to Ireland: Donegal Democrat

NI councils to mark royal wedding: BBC

Push for Army parade in Belfast soldiers gathers pace: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

North's policing plan commits force to more time on the beat: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Assistant Chief Constable Duncan McCausland to retire: BBC

'Inhumane' conditions for RIRA accused: UTV Internet

Fears Real IRA group and drug gang feud to escalate: Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keeffe

Murder victim Joanne Mathers husband to meet Robinson: BBC

Sectarianism sparks early closing call: UTV Internet

30 people shot or assaulted by paramilitaries: Londonderry Sentinel

St Patrick's Day flag row rages: Mid Ulster Mail

Strathclyde Police officer guilty over pro-IRA chanting: BBC

Thursday, March 24

Ian Paisley bids his farewell to Stormont: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Paisley says North politicians have to seek shared future: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Ian Paisley's final day at Stormont as MLA: BBC
Mark Simpson

MLAs 'should be proud of full term': Belfast Telegraph

Sun shines down on cordial MLAs: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

DUP delegation meets with chief constable: The News Letter

More officers on the streets: UTV Internet

Police defend thanksgiving service for Reserves: Banbridge Leader

Targets in the Troubles, now victims of the peace: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

'Historic' Justice Bill passed: UTV Internet

We must not be blind to the cost of getting justice: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Colton

Council has no power to bestow 'freedom' honour: Banbridge Leader

Band at centre of parade controversy: Mid Ulster Mail

Pipe bomb attack on DUP man is condemned: Antrim Times

Stakeknife damaged my life – MI5 agent's ex-wife: BBC

Illness halts sentencing of McGeough: Tyrone Times

Garda 'collusion' probe widens net: Belfast Telegraph

Police reopen IRA murder of census worker: The News Letter

Rev Jesse Jackson dons the gloves for justice: Belfast Media
Máirtín Ó Muilleoir

Plans to overhaul NI corporation tax: UTV Internet

Fears Ireland tax move will hurt Scotland: The Herald
Robbie Dinwoodie

Predicted weakness for our neighbour bad news for Irish exporters: The Irish Times
Dan O'Brien

Scotland must vote on this tax time bomb (Mar 21): Daily Telegraph
Michael Forsyth

Galloway criticises justice minister in wake of Hampden Cup final: Irish Post

Wednesday, March 23

50-50 policing to end in six days says NI Secretary: BBC

RUC's 50/50 policy for Catholics to end: The Scotsman

SF attacks police recruitment plans: Belfast Telegraph

Another chapter in policing begins: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

UUP pact call rejected: The News Letter

McGuinness 'bemused' by first ministry reaction: UTV Internet

Robinson – McGuinness first minister offer 'vote tactic': BBC

Furious MLA slams Policing Board treatment of chief who quit job: Belfast Telegraph
Sarah Rainey

Board agrees new policing strategy: Belfast Telegraph

Queen's visit to Ireland marks 'huge investment in peace', says President: The Irish Times
Luke Cassidy

US President invited to Derry by McGuinness: Derry Journal

Yes We Can!: Dundalk Democrat

DUP delegation to meet parades body over AOH event: The News Letter

Lurgan security alert 'an elaborate hoax': UTV Internet

Kinnego Park hoax bomb condemned: Derry Journal

A weapons smuggler who turned to politics and religion: (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Suzanne Breen

MI5 agent's ex-wife sues Freddie Scappaticci: BBC

'Stakeknife' grilled me over killing, court told: Belfast Telegraph

Protest over HET 'bias': The News Letter

Libyan conflict a blow for victims of Troubles: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Mayor "very hopeful" of Ballymena hosting Homecoming Parade: Ballymena Times

'No invite' for RIR soldiers: The News Letter

Protestants 'need to adopt Catholic education ethos': The News Letter

It's top marks for smugness, but Caitriona Ruane fails on realism (Mar 16): Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Vietnamese woman to stand for Alliance Party: The News Letter

Protestant workers 'disappointed' over royal wedding decision: Derry Journal

Treasury report set to reveal if Northern Ireland can cut corporation tax: Belfast Telegraph
Margaret Canning

Adams unveils new Sinn Féin front bench: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

Adams says 'credible' SF is main party in Opposition: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Tuesday, March 22

Martin McGuinness – I'm willing to share big job if Sinn Fein top poll: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Joint First Ministers: BBC
Mark Devenport

The assembly cannot go on the way it has: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Dad of UVF victim to contest Assembly elections: Belfast Media
Kieran Hughes

First past the post frenzy: BBC
Mark Devenport

Change is normal so parties must deal with it (Mar 20): (from the Sunday Times)
Liam Clarke

Baggott praises Police Reserve: The News Letter

Policing board chief quits role: Belfast Telegraph

RIR homecoming parade confusion: The News Letter

Department of Culture, Arts and Leisure launches marching band study: BBC

Action needs to follow Parades Commission words: Belfast Media
Scott Jamison

Jackson meets victims during visit to Ulster: The News Letter

Obama must visit Belfast, the soul of Ireland, says Reverend Jesse Jackson: Belfast Media

Child 'terrorists' photos row: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Belfast alert caused by 'elaborate hoax': BBC

'No respect for the living or the dead': Belfast Media
Paul Ainsworth

Battling for a Royal pardon... the ex-IRA gunman convicted of a murder bid 30 years ago: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Finucanes 'will judge Paterson on actions': Belfast Telegraph

Authorities 'let loyalist killings slide' during conflict: Belfast Media
Scott Jamison

21 'shoot-to-kill' witnesses dead: Belfast Telegraph

Lawyer questions reliability of intelligence services evidence (Mar 14): TheDetail.tv
Barry McCaffrey

Disadvantaged Catholics more likely to attend university than Protestants: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

'Shocking' levels of failure among Protestant teens: Belfast Telegraph
Sarah Rainey

Christians have to work to keep faith (Mar 21): (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

The right to integrated education: (from Fortnight Magazine)
Chris Moffat

Stynes and Prince wow the crowds Down Under: Irish Examiner
Terry Reilly

Monday, March 21

Unionists consider pact to stop Sinn Fein's Martin McGuinness becoming Northern Ireland's next First Minister: Belfast Telegraph

Pointless salute to division when there are bigger problems: Irish Independent
Maurice Hayes

Sinn Fein in cross-border talks: Belfast Telegraph

PSNI gets limited access to army intelligence says former soldier (Mar 14): TheDetail.tv
Barry McCaffrey

Ruane – Teach Irish in every Northern Ireland school (Mar 19): Belfast Telegraph
Lindsay Fergus

Education and Conflict Transformation: (from Fortnight Magazine)
Brandon Hamber

I'll urge Obama to visit Northern Ireland, says Jesse Jackson: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Civil rights activist Rev Jesse Jackson visits Derry: BBC

Hillary Clinton has 'good ideas' for Obama for Irish trip: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Jane Farrell

Irish America's best hope of winning White House again (Mar 17): The Irish Times
Lara Marlowe

Houses evacuated amid Derry alert: UTV Internet

Best Project – Midnight Street Soccer (Mar 17): Belfast Telegraph

Report on Protestant working-class and education due: BBC

Fresh probe into 1981 IRA killing of woman census official: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Talks soon on NI push for power to cut corporate tax: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

SMEs the lifeblood of an economy, says US business leader: Belfast Telegraph

Accused directors of PMS revealed: The News Letter

Libya – the view from Stormont: BBC
Mark Devenport

Labour's education policy is to attack religious freedom (Feb 18): Irish Independent
David Quinn

Catholic conference could help heal Church wounds (Mar 15): Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Former violent extremists sign up for Dublin summit: The Irish Times
Jamie Smyth

Old Firm fans play the game at Hampden Park: The Scotsman
Martyn McLaughlin

Celtic and Rangers – across Scotland's sectarian divide: Guardian.co.uk
Joan McAlpine

Derby overload root cause of Old Firm venom (Mar 4): Irish Independent
Roddy Forsyth

Can we really expect football clubs to control the levels of violence in Glasgow city centre? (Mar 9): The Scotsman
John Kelly

History repeats itself as farce to anti-monarchists' delight (Mar 13): Scotland on Sunday
Gerald Warner

Sunday, March 20

Former UUP Chief Executive to stand for TUV in Lagan Valley: Ulster Star

Why we must do more than look back in anger: Belfast Telegraph
Duncan Morrow and Paul Mullan

Goodfellas – The five families of Stormont: BBC
Jim Fitzpatrick

Queen's visit is a massive test for the peace process: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Put prejudice aside for the queen's visit: Evening Herald

Anderson on US visit: Derry Journal

From 1919, a lesson for today: Albany Times Union
Rex Smith

Hillary passes on tips to Obamas for Irish visit – and might come herself: Evening Herald
Kevin Doyle

Obama has 40 million reasons to visit here: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

They won't be drowning shamrocks on Capitol Hill (Mar 14): (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Jim Dee

Enda and Eamon head for home on a high after victorious visit to America (Mar 19): The Irish Times
Miriam Lord

Mr Kenny goes to Washington, and isn't dwarfed amid empire's panoply: Sunday Independent
John Drennan

Civil rights activist Rev Jesse Jackson visits NI: BBC

West Belfast alert 'hoax': UTV Internet

Police appeal over paramilitary shooting: BBC

Young protestants' views are sought: Derry Journal

IRA man owned nine properties during the boom: Sunday Independent
Maeve Sheehan

Will Iris get the royal stamp of approval? (Mar 19): Irish Independent
Sam Smyth

Why forcing Irish on all makes most of us gag: Sunday Independent
Emer O'Kelly

'Tartan tax timebomb' at heart of Union: The Herald
Robbie Dinwoodie

Church leaders back call for 'showcase' Old Firm game: BBC

Saturday, March 19

Lord Empey – Don't forget it's London pays the bills: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Guinness Cheese: BBC
Mark Devenport

Going native – immigrants engaging with Northern Ireland politics: BBC
Martina Purdy

On St. Patrick's Day, Peter King Sees Old Friends and Litigants: New York Observer
Reid Pillifant

Gardaí draw up security plans: Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keefe

Obama visit will be hot on queen's heels: Irish Examiner
Mary Regan and Eoin English

Warm Irish welcomes start to flow for Obamas: The Irish Times
Lara Marlowe

Clinton 'would love' to join president on trip: Irish Examiner
Mary Regan

Irish leader Enda Kenny's powerful eloquence in first White House vist – Obama remembers Frederick Douglas in Ireland: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

Obama visit to speed up our recovery: Evening Herald
Editorial

Obama visit – We should seize this opportunity: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Mitchell program seeks U.S. funding: Irish Echo
Susan Garraty

Belfast shooting victim taken to hospital: BBC

Casement joy: Belfast Media
Paul Ainsworth

Ruane too divisive to head education: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

A5 funding 'a drain': Londonderry Sentinel

Giving St Patrick to the Irish people: Belfast Media
Ciara Quinn

Ireland today would be a world away to our patron: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

NI charity chosen as part of royal wedding gift fund (Mar 17): BBC

Kate Middleton and Prince William are a Brit of all right (Mar 15): Belfast Telegraph
Nuala McKeever

Police brief Old Firm players ahead of final: BBC

Friday, March 18

Ex-Irish PM says Northern Ireland power-sharing working 'surprisingly well': Scranton Times-Tribune
Borys Krawczeniuk

Only a major emergency will interrupt Stormont shutdown: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Obama Plans Ireland Trip in May: WSJ.com
Carol E. Lee

Obama unlikely to visit Northern Ireland, says Robinson: Belfast Telegraph
Jim Dee

Peter Robinson and Martin McGuinness meet US President: BBC

Smith hosts hearing on peace in Northern Ireland: Trenton Times
Erin Duffy

A wee disagreement over Ireland aid: Boston Globe
Christopher Rowland

Was this St Patrick's Day our last chance in Washington before limelight fades?: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Obama visit promises us national moment of hope: Irish Independent
Fionnán Sheahan

Barack Obama's visit – Welcome Mr President: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Presidential visit can provide a new focus for recovery: Irish Independent
Editorial

Flag row hangs over Downpatrick St Patrick's parade: BBC

DUP walks out amid Downpatrick row: UTV Internet

Tricolour row fails to spoil St Pat's parade: The News Letter

A saint who resonates with all sides of the community: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn O'Neill

Clerics explore Saint's legacy: The News Letter

Surely there should be more to St Patrick's Day than this tack?: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Give my son justice for IRA murder of mum he never got to know: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

HET urged to re-visit brutal 1981 murder: Londonderry Sentinel

McGuinness urged to help inquiry: Belfast Telegraph

PUP needs to get a sense of proportion over HET arrests: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Man in court over Tohill murder bid: UTV Internet

Belfast Council blocks bilingual signs bid: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Will Ireland return to Royal fold?: Daily Mail
Richard Kay

Dehumanizing settlers – and Palestinians (Mar 16): Jerusalem Post
John Lalor

Thursday, March 17

Downpatrick flag deal rejected: UTV Internet

Seven schools quit St Patrick parade over flags furore: Belfast Telegraph
Anne Madden

UUP attacks Stormont's ruling 'axis' as pre-election battle begins: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

N Ireland minister in 'electioneering' spat: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Two resign from ranks of the TUV: Belfast Telegraph

Assembly Budget wrangle looks like normal politics: Belfast Telegraph
Owen Polley

On St. Patrick's Day, celebrating peace in Northern Ireland: Springfield Republican
Editorial

Queen's visit a symbol of partnership, says Cameron: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Father of Celtic star ordered to remove banner barring queen: Irish Independent
Jason O'Brien

God Serve The Queen, Because She Won't Be Served Here: NYDailyNews.com
David Hinckley

You're most welcome Liz... your visit should bring in a few million: Evening Herald
Gerry O'Carroll

Clinton talks are coup for Gilmore: Evening Herald
Kevin Doyle

Enda draws on America's family tree: Irish Examiner

Speculation Obama will announce May visit: The Irish Times
Lara Marlowe

US House's move to close fund prompts furious reaction: The Irish Times
Lara Marlowe

US envoy announces top-level trade visit: Belfast Telegraph
Margaret Canning

Why Ireland needs Irish-America: The Hill
Niall O'Dowd

Celebrating St Patrick's Day: The Irish Times
Editorial

It's time to banish this shamroguery: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Debate still raging over dissident terror threat: Irish Post

CIRA blamed for attack on man (20): Evening Herald
Cormac Byrne

'Shot by appointment' – claim (Mar 15): Derry Journal

Republican Bobby Tohill is among four stabbed by attacker: Belfast Telegraph

An overlooked Panorama scoop as a British soldier breaks cover: Guardian.co.uk
Roy Greenslade

Appeal to HET over IRA killing: The News Letter

Birmingham bombers will never face justice says Mullin: Irish Post

Commonwealth plea to Republic: The News Letter

Dublin and London to be twinned: Irish Post
Graham Clifford

Minister hopeful on corporate tax cut: Belfast Telegraph
Jim Dee

Another Irish government has been humiliated by Brussels. Will Fianna Fáil eventually turn Eurosceptic?: Telegraph.co.uk
Daniel Hannan

Wednesday, March 16

Queen may pay tribute to Irish rebels in Dublin visit: BBC

Kenny and Gilmore head for celebrations in US: The Irish Times
Lara Marlowe

Pro-IRA Congressman Probes Terrorism (Mar 10): The New American
Daniel Sayani

Breakfast fit for a King: BBC

Wellington Park alert 'an elaborate hoax': BBC

Republicans 'not involved in Foreglen shooting': Derry Journal

Prison staff death threats unjustified: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Owen Paterson to signal move on corporation tax in US: Belfast Telegraph
Jim Dee

Good aspects to budget: Belfast Media
Editorial

Anger over SF tricolour parade plan: UTV Internet

Orange Order 'doesn't reply' to Parades Commission: BBC

Troubles team is accused of bias: The News Letter

HET denies anti-loyalist bias claim: UTV Internet

Integrated Education and the Law: (from Fortnight Magazine)
Brice Dickson

Anger over 'GAA' hunger strike tops: The News Letter

60% of firms to take royal holiday: Belfast Telegraph

Queen to visit Curragh?: Leinster Leader

Drunken fracas not connected to funeral: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

How Belfast could score with its own football team: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Gerry Adams' brother remanded on continuing bail: Dundalk Democrat

Politics, not church, will make 'a just society': Irish Independent
John Cooney

The Emerald that failed to sparkle: TheDetail.tv
John Breslin



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