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Sunday, March 31

Fly the flag all year round, urges Allister: The News Letter

Remembering an Easter Miracle in Northern Ireland: New York Times
Colum McCann

Police officers escape serious injury after bin bomb explodes during anti-peace parade in Northern Ireland: Daily Mail
Steve Robson

Police escape injury in bin blast: Belfast Telegraph

Lurgan blast work of 'extremists in fantasy world', says McGuinness: The News Letter

PSNI probes Armagh explosion: RTE

Eight still held for questioning after gardai raid to foil suspected extortion: Sunday Independent

Loaded gun found during dissident probe: UTV

Fury as slain terror godfather's family in Scots cash drive: The Scottish Sun
Cameron Hay

Newtownabbey church alert 'hoax': UTV

SDLP calls for Marian Price release: RTE

NUJ ban for Boston College researcher (Mar 28): Irish News

Now official – our MPs are Pointless (Mar 28): Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Mural tells 'story of shared history': Lurgan Mail

TEDxStormont – Visions of Northern Ireland's future: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

The Pope, the Vatican's riches and Ian Paisley (Mar 26): Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Abolition of Seanad is really a power play dressed up as reform by the Dail: Sunday Independent
Michael McDowell

Love and violence in new play that explores troubled history (Mar 28): Connacht Tribune
Judy Murphy

Scottish independence – case for wider devolution (Mar 19): The Scotsman
Rachel Ormston and John Curtice

Scotland and the UK – state of the union (Mar 29): The Guardian
Editorial

Looking over the sea (Mar 26): Derry Journal
Editorial

Saturday, March 30

Gilmore warns of ongoing threats to Belfast Agreement: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Build a shared, stable society and reap raft of rewards from London – Theresa Villiers: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

History dies hard as factions against peace agreement gain momentum: Irish Independent
Susan McKay

US becoming frustrated at stumbling Stormont: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Growing disconnect between voters and old Unionist parties: The News Letter
David McNarry

Martin McGuinness family home splattered with black paint in attack by dissident republicans: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Irish police swoop on suspected extortion racket by dissidents: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Brady and Fergus Black

Residents to abide by ban on standing outside church: Irish News
Connla Young

A solution to double-jobbing (Mar 27): Belfast Telegraph
Tony Grew

Former UVF prisoners return to jail with artistic convictions: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Can Sinn Fein hope to compete with a revitalised FF that has the old scent of power in its nostrils?: Irish Independent

Mayor hits back at political claims over her move to join town Legion (Mar 2): Lurgan Mail

Cross-community event held ahead of Easter Sunday: Irish News

Farry warns over 'lost generation' (Mar 3): The News Letter

Standing down of helicopters in aid of North farmers criticised: The Irish Times

'Libel tourism' warning for Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

The timing of FA plea over anti-IRA 'No surrender' song is baffling to England fans' spokesman: Daily Telegraph
John Percy

Ally McCoist on Jon Daly's signing for Rangers – 'I don't give a monkey's about any player's religion or place of birth': Scottish Daily Record
Hugh Keevins

Findings did not lead to the stripping of titles but nor did they cover Rangers in glory (Mar 2): The Herald
Graham Spiers

Warning pound could hold back a sovereign Scotland: The Herald
Magnus Gardham

Tories makes some keen on independence (Mar 29): The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

Should the United Kingdom become an independent country? (Mar 27): The Spectator
Charles Moore

Diana funeral marked return to 'Catholic' England, Archbishop (Mar 25): Daily Telegraph
John Bingham

Friday, March 29

SF seeks engagement with dissidents: UTV

Bomb alerts in Belfast and Fermanagh both 'elaborate hoaxes': Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Dissidents daub McGuinness' home in black paint: The News Letter

McGuinness attack a serious escalation: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Obama says Northern Ireland still requires urgent work: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

US urges Northern Ireland to 'consolidate peace gains': BBC

Northern Ireland leaders split on way ahead in corporation tax battle: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

McGuinness criticises PM after Corporation Tax meeting: Tyrone Times

'SDLP failure to block Special Advisors Bill undermines equality' – Fearon: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Dallat has enough Union Jacks for a street party: Coleraine Times

Parade gives town bad image – Curran: Ulster Star

The IRA lynch mob murders and one mother's awesome act of defiance: Daily Mail
Richard Pendlebury

Brady in Easter appeal on locating remaining 'Disappeared': The Irish Times

Release IRA tapes says Jean McConville's daughter: BBC

TA could have saved livestock lost to freezing conditions and heavy snow says MLA: Belfast Telegraph
Linda Stewart

Irish army helicopter in mountain rescue: UTV

Co Tyrone primary school merger between Moy Regional and St John's leads to integration row: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

No 400th birthday party for Londonderry: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

A Bloody Sunday – but a beautiful 2013 as City of Culture Derry hosts this year's Turner Prize: The Independent
Nick Clark

IFI's Johnston makes his D.C. pitch: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

'Life changing journey' on the Western Front: Derry Journal

Just 5,800 sign up for Police and Fire Games... now race is on to lure more: Belfast Telegraph
Amanda Poole and Lesley-Anne McKeown

Rangers FC—The Best Investment in Soccer?: CNBC.com
Matt Clinch

Old Firm England hopes hit as Platini opposes plan: The Scotsman
Massimo Marzocchi

Dundee United star Jon Daly – I'd have no problem becoming first Irish Catholic to play for Rangers: Scottish Daily Record
Hugh Keevins

Thursday, March 28

Cameron won't budge on Northern Ireland corporation tax handover: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Corporation tax – Peter Robinson says campaign will continue: BBC

Corporation tax fight must go on: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

'British taxes supporting north's living standards': Irish News
Gary McDonald

No barrier over Catholic and Protestant schools merger: BBC
Maggie Taggart

Let's replace 'not an inch' with giant stride forward: Belfast Telegraph
Andrew Muir

Flag protest leader freed on tough bail conditions: Irish News

Long may hold 'whip hand' by keeping Commons option open: Belfast Telegraph
Tony Grew

Families react with anger to HET changes: Tyrone Times

'Beer keg' device found in Fermanagh: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Fermanagh security alert continues for second day: The News Letter

Threats from dissidents republicans won't halt World Police and Fire Games: Irish Independent
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Man accused of shouting 'Black and Tans' at police: Impartial Reporter

DUP call for apology and discipline after SF Queen slur: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Ulster man to face court over Facebook comment: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Success of de-rating scheme for Order's Halls: The News Letter
Sammy Wilson

US writer sues Hutchinson for 'plagiarism': Irish News
Allison Morris

Press coverage pained O'Neill: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Flower power takes centre stage with lilies of the Dáil: The Irish Times
Miriam Lord

Irish and British troops team up for first time in Mali training mission: Irish Independent
Fergus Black

Catholic and Church of Ireland archbishops to lead walk through Dublin: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Can Northern Ireland act as a template for Colombia?: BBC
Mark Devenport

Devolution needs a UK-wide strategy to avoid English resentment, say MPs: Guardian.co.uk
Tony Bailie

A Vote on Scottish Independence: New York Times
Editorial

Wednesday, March 27

'We must address unionist fears': Derry Journal

G8 security assessed amid bomb plot: UTV

Man charged over Union flag Facebook comments: Belfast Telegraph

Belfast flags protest cited in Rankin restaurant closure: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Nine men to face trial for Twelfth rioting: The News Letter

Another snub for d'Hondt and for war veterans at council: Portadown Times

Real IRA victim's sister says mother died of broken heart: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Council 'draw a line under' bomb commemoration row: The Anglo-Celt

Executive silence over fate of charity has failed us all: Belfast Telegraph
Robin Wilson

Corporation tax decision after Scots vote: UTV

PM is playing into hands of SNP, warns Robinson: The Herald
Michael Settle

Corporation tax move 'tough blow' for Stormont: BBC
Mark Devenport

Scottish Tories reverse anti-devolution stance with call for greater powers: Guardian.co.uk
Severin Carrell

Dithering Cameron has left us hanging: Belfast Telegraph
David Elliott

Cameron's Derry visit: Derry Journal

'One Man, One Vote' secured before premier left (Mar 25): The News Letter
Sam McBride

Gerry Adams – Hostility towards government should transfer into votes: Irish Independent
Lyndsey Telford

Narrow Water project in danger of being sunk before it starts: Dundalk Democrat

Gardai on red alert as ex-INLA kingpin returns to Dublin (Mar 25): Evening Herald

The healing arts – Derry-Londonderry welcomes the world as the 2013 UK City of Culture: Canada.com
Shelagh McNally

Pope a Godsend for Churches in crisis (Mar 25): (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Only way Old Firm will meet in England is when Stalybridge Celtic play Stafford Rangers, says Steve Burr: Scottish Daily Record
Gavin Berry

Tuesday, March 26

Nesbitt – Euro election deal depends on DUP: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Sinn Féin concedes on Advisors Bill, insists Bradley: Newry Times
Paul Malone

David Cameron ignores Northern Ireland at his peril: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Terror group claims car bomb was meant for Northern Ireland G8 summit: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

G8 hotel was bomb 'target' – ONH: UTV

Police chief plays down claim that bomb target was Lough Erne Resort: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Dissidents compromised by intelligence successes but still determined to strike: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

'Record amount' paid to informants: UTV

Man held over mortar find in Derry faces more questions: BBC

IRSP reject claims: Derry Journal

Police investigate sectarian graffiti incident: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Sinn Fein select Francie Molloy replacement: BBC

Lessons can be learned as ex-leader's legacy lives on: The News Letter
Sam McBride

First Minister Peter Robinson calls for Territorial Army help to deal with Northern Ireland weather crisis: Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Fein councillor attacks Red Arrows return to Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph

Successful City of Culture can kickstart real progress: Irish News
Philip McDonagh

High corporation tax 'costing NI jobs': UTV

A national anthem but how many could sing it?: Irish Examiner
Ryle Dwyer

GAA to open talks about making venues available for Rugby World Cup bid: The Irish Times
Sean Moran

Irish Catholics continue to flee the church: Global Post
Diane Winston

Libel reform should be UK-wide (Mar 18): The News Letter
Editorial

The one-state solution to England's role in a devolved UK: The Guardian
Vernon Bogdanor

Scottish Independence – Islands want more power: The Scotsman
Scott Macnab

Monday, March 25

Committee says donations to NI political parties 'should be public': BBC

Plea to end party donor secrecy: The News Letter

It's now time to make up your mind Mr Nesbitt: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Talks bid to scupper 'terror shrine' at Maze: The News Letter

Maze story must not be rewritten (Mar 16): The News Letter
Editorial

Extradition bid Omagh bomber is free again: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Names of these four men will go down in ignominy: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

'Peace pact' follows fiery verbal volleys (Feb 20): Ballymoney Times
Nevin Farrell

Waterside women united: Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

'I've no control over social media' Ford: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Robinson denies 'Irish News' boycott call: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

DUP – Robinson's Irish News boycott demand was in 'good humour': Irish News

Allister blasts Culture Minister for 'ignoring' Charter anniversary: The News Letter

Plea to commemorate Somme centenary: The News Letter

Cameron risks alienating N Ireland businesses: Financial Times
Jamie Smyth

PSNI praises gardaí as men are jailed (Mar 5): The Irish Times

Students who get drunk and riot are just following an ancient stereotype (Mar 19): Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

England-only MP votes needed for English legislation, commission says: The Guardian
Severin Carrell

The English Question: Daily Telegraph
Editorial

Rangers will be playing in England in five years.. two clubs have already offered us their place, claims Ibrox chief Charles Green: Scottish Daily Record
Neil McLeman

Sunday, March 24

Bomb found near Northern Irish G8 venue: Sunday Herald
Judith Duffy

Bomb 'destined for Fermanagh police station': Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Beer keg packed with 60kg of explosives: The News Letter
Michael McGlade

Bombs were meant to create crisis: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Elliott 'not best placed to make justice call': The News Letter
Michael McGlade

Fury as Nesbitt says UUP must apologise for parts of Good Friday deal: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Nesbitt wants to take over education: UTV

Secret DUP-UUP unity paper wanted one party: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Sinn Fein will have to consider ditching Adams for fresh face (Mar 23): Irish Independent
Shane Coleman

City flag protestors brave the cold: UTV

Orange service plan for park divides council: Portadown Times

Mother of British soldier gunned down by Real IRA terrorist 'died of a broken heart' (Mar 23): Daily Mail
Helen Lawson

Judgment reserved in Massereene murders trial: The News Letter

Let first generation of peace escape traps of divided past (Mar 4): Belfast Telegraph
Christopher Moran

There is nothing cute or cuddly about murder toll: Sunday Independent
Emer O'Kelly

March 1988 highlighted IRA cruelty (Mar 19): The News Letter
Editorial

Paddy's Day needs to move out from the narrow ground (Mar 16): Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Questions over cross-border fuel raids 'tip-off': The News Letter

Equality Commission 'Getting a Fair Share?' conference (Mar 11): Belfast Telegraph
Gary Grattan

Alex Salmond – Independence referendum is 'precious opportunity' that may never pass our way again: Scottish Sunday Mail
Mark Aitken

Alex Salmond aims to convert Scottish sporting pride into referendum victory (Mar 21): Guardian.co.uk
Severin Carrell

Rewriting history is never OK: Sunday Herald
Ian Bell

Saturday, March 23

Unionist Forum just isn't working, warns Orange Order leader: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

IRA victim's son in call to Adams: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Jim Allister's Spadwork has put Stormont advisers in spotlight: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

DUP anger over PSNI images of flag protestors: The News Letter

Irish chief warns of militant anti-capitalist threat to G8 summit: The Herald

Vehicle may be carrying bomb – PSNI: Belfast Telegraph

Dissident gun 'reactivator' jailed: UTV

Scheme considers peace line removal: Belfast Telegraph

Republicans to appeal Omagh bomb verdict: The News Letter

Corporals' brutal murder an 'act of savagery' (Mar 18): The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Bradley welcomes Adams statement on fuel laundering: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Scrap troubled A5 plan and use £300m budget elsewhere – Wilson: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Gerry Adams reveals his passion for teddy bears (Mar 22): The Independent

Brady explains Sinn Féin opposition to Criminal Justice Bill amendment: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Outburst 'shows Robinson rattled over coverage of Americas trip': Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Lambeg drums and hurling sticks (Mar 21): The News Letter

Republican history musuem to celebrate three year anniversary: Tyrone Times

A very Irish revolution taking place in Naas: Leinster Leader
Lisa Deeney

London Irish – C4 comedy about Ireland's binge-drinking diaspora accused of 'racism': The Independent
Adam Sherwin

Pope Francis should stay out of Falklands row: The News Letter
Ian Paisley

Scottish independence poll finds deep divisions over whether to retain sterling: The Guardian
Severin Carrell

Scotland's date with destiny (Mar 22): The Herald
Editorial

Friday, March 22

PSNI given funding responsibility for Historical Enquiries Team: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Outrage as Stormont cuts Historical Enquiries Team cash: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Troubles ahead for Historical Enquiries Team?: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Derry flag protester 'mooned' at woman: Derry Journal

Men injured in Derry double shooting: UTV

INLA blamed for shooting two Derry brothers in legs: Derry Journal

U.S. Rep. Richard Neal pushes peace process in Northern Ireland: Springfield Republican
Dan Ring

Riot probe PSNI 'right' to release boy's pic: UTV

Massereene soldier's mother never recovered from shock: The News Letter

Report pinpoints health impact of the Troubles [click Yes]: Irish Medical Times
Catherine Reilly

Men held liable for Omagh bombing will be pursued for £1.6 million damages: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Gerry Adams tells Sinn Fein voters not to transfer to Fianna Fail: Irish Independent
Fiach Kelly

Ex-hunger striker in challenge to stop and search operation: Belfast Telegraph

'Business as usual' for former IRA boss's fuel-laundering operations: Irish Independent
Paul Williams

Tax case of Thomas 'Slab' Murphy put back until year end: Irish Independent
Brian Kavanagh

Why it's time we all got a day off to celebrate St Patrick: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

First ministers defend Brazil and US trade visit: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Scottish independence referendum date – September 18: The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

Scotland's independence poll will be closely watched in NI: BBC
Mark Simpson

James McClean back on Twitter – 'colouring in' his football boots: Irish Independent

The "Old Firm" Numbers Game! (Mar 21): Derry Journal
Tony O'Doherty

Work order for Rangers fan who sang sectarian song at Inverness match: Highland News

Scottish Football wants to move on but the Irish Political brigade do not: Scotzine.com
Andy Muirhead

Drinking tea with the man who killed my father: YNetNews
Gili Gurel

Thursday, March 21

Loyalists turn ire towards unionist politicians: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Travers hails progress to stop advisor roles for killers: The News Letter

New images of loyalist flag riot suspects released: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Man in court over blank pistol shot during flag trouble: The News Letter

G8 security briefed on dissident threat: UTV

Shivers charged with lesser offence as murder trial nears close: TheDetail.tv
Barry McCaffrey

Grief stricken mother of murdered Massereene soldier dies: The News Letter

IRA funeral shots clean-up man walks free: Irish News

Bryan McManus 'reactivated guns for Real IRA': BBC

HET nearing probe into IRA murder of corporals: The News Letter

Two found liable for Omagh bombing: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Victims' families vow to pursue £1.6m damages: Irish News

Pressure on police over Omagh bombing as two men found liable for second time: Daily Telegraph
Tom Whitehead

Trial exposes the Omagh murderers: The News Letter
Editorial

Warrington charity's Maze overture: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Father could forgive son's IRA killers: Daily Telegraph
Hayley Dixon

Republic must address failure to protect lives in border area: The News Letter
Kenny Donaldson

The ultimate guide to truly understanding 'the other side' ... Part two – the Kethlix (Mar 20): Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

New border memories project (Mar 1): Derry Journal

Stormont veto of free speech law 'a mystery': The News Letter
Sam McBride

Adams welcomes raid on ex-IRA chief: Dundalk Democrat

Weapons and cars found in cross-border crackdown: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Time to banish perpetually offended elements in society: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

'It's our City of Culture too': Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

Whitey Bulger, the Philly Mob & the IRA – Experts Talk Gardner Heist: WGBHNews.org
Phillip Martin

Delaney says Ireland's call comes down to the players (Mar 20): Irish Examiner
Darren Norris

EU grant – Search for eligible Northern Ireland projects: BBC
Martina Purdy

Why Scottish independence matters beyond its borders: Guardian.co.uk
Margaret Curran

Separate states of opinion (Mar 12): The Scotsman
Emma Macleod

Wednesday, March 20

Advisor bill passes consideration stage: UTV

Stormont moves to block killers from advisor roles: The News Letter
Sam McBride

'SDLP amendments present coherent and value based approach' – Bradley: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Mixing politics and courts a very dangerous cocktail: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Robust meeting as Parades Commission comes to Limavady: Derry Journal

Obama – I'm really looking forward to G8 Fermanagh visit: Belfast Telegraph
Jim Dee

McGuinness pleased with Obama meeting: Derry Journal

Orange plan religious service in public park: Portadown Times

Orange attend Magee forum: Londonderry Sentinel

'Wear an Easter Lily' call: Derry Journal

Omagh bombing accused judgment due: Belfast Telegraph

Twenty years since lives were ripped apart: Warrington Guardian

Tim Parry's parents say Warrington bombers can only be forgiven by their son (Mar 16): Liverpool Daily Post

Warrington bomb victim's parents visit Stormont: The News Letter

Parrys' heartache a lesson for us all: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

British government apology over man killed by soldiers: Irish News

Warder 'scarred for life' by IRA killings: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

'Running for Roney' will remember murdered policeman Ronan Kerr: Impartial Reporter

Republic star Shane Duffy faces storm over pro-IRA tweet sent from phone: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Shane Duffy 'not guilty' of IRA tweet: Derry Journal
Simon Collins

One ill-timed tweet and cue the chorus of condemnation: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Another green world: Derry Journal
Editorial

Getting rid of segregation would benefit private sector (Feb 28): Belfast Telegraph

History repeating itself is familiar lesson in schools (Mar 4): Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Learning the lessons of the Irish peace process (Mar 18): The Hill
Brian MacCraith

1,200 Northern patients sent to hospitals here: Evening Herald
Conor Feehan and Fiona Dillon

Scottish independence – Battle for hearts and minds: The Scotsman
Eddie Barnes

Home rule trouble up north (Mar 17): Scotland on Sunday
Editorial

Tuesday, March 19

Police union – shame on politicians: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Morrow alleges SF 'campaign of vilification' over parade: Larne Times

Omagh St Patrick's Day parade route changed following emergency council meeting: Tyrone Times

Omagh parade decision 'a backward step': The News Letter

Downpatrick councillors boycott 'insensitive St Patrick's Day Sunday parade': Belfast Telegraph

Papal Nuncio Archbishop Charles Brown marches at head of Armagh parade disrupted by bomb threat: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Patrick Counihan

Obama to meet Northern Ireland's First Ministers as St Patrick's Day festivities go on: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Anti-SF graffiti blitz remains a mystery: The News Letter

North Derry Republican Group claim Dungiven gun attack: Derry Journal

No convictions in Cross border crackdown on fuel laundering: The Cross Examiner
Christine Keighery

Border pays rich dividends to anti-partition republicans: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Warrington bomb – Tim Parry's parents address Stormont: BBC

Warrington bomb boy's dad backs Maze peace centre role: Belfast Telegraph
Pat Hurst and Mike Hornby

IRA border campaign 'was ethnic cleansing': The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Inquiry call over corporals' deaths: Irish Independent

Officer tells of fury at orders to stay put: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Papers carried reports of 'Province in turmoil': The News Letter

Civil Rights veteran proud of forcing council reform: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

IRA Twitter photo was 'child abuse': BBC

Scholarship awarded to Thomas Devlin's mother: Irish News

Website to remove IRA merchandise: The News Letter
Adam Kula

James Nesbitt – why peace matters more than a united Ireland: Radio Times
James Rampton

MLAs 'must refuse offer of pay rise': The News Letter

It's time we got back on St Paddy wagon: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

A nation celebrates, as questions about meaning of 'Irishness' linger: Irish Independent
Editorial

Footballer Shane Duffy denies posting IRA message on Twitter: BBC

Sinn Féin MP's actress niece in multi-million gangster movie scam (Mar 17): (from the Irish Mail on Sunday)
Suzanne Breen

Record number of Irish avail of UK bankruptcy: Irish Independent
Dearbhail McDonald

Duffy denies sending pro-IRA tweet: Irish Examiner
Darren Norris

Celtic seek report from Chief Constable over Green Brigade policing: The Herald

Deliberate fire at Orange Hall in Cumbernauld: BBC

Ed Davey warns wind farm companies about Scottish independence: Daily Telegraph
Simon Johnson

Monday, March 18

Sinn Fein's Gerry Adams riding high in Republic of Ireland popularity poll: Belfast Telegraph

IRA boss Murphy tipped off ahead of Garda raid: Irish Independent
Paul Williams

Illegal empire filled IRA coffers: Irish Independent

The ultimate guide to understanding 'the other side'... Part one – the Prods (Mar 12): Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Sectarian singing mars St Patrick's celebration: The News Letter

Police attacked amid Belfast trouble: UTV

Hail glorious St Patrick – Protestants and unionists are slowly embracing Ireland's national saint: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Hoax devices "were not sectarian": The News Letter

'No person has been killed like this in the parish in over a century, says priest: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

No return to 'time of division' – Bishop (Mar 5): Derry Journal

Dissident's funeral passes off quietly after family plea: Irish Independent
Richard McCullen

Victims' group calls for Maze rethink: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

'Forgotten' IRA victim Jillian remembered at service: The News Letter

£336k spent making Protestant and Catholic pupils get on better: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

25 Orange Halls attacked in 2012: The News Letter

Eamonn Holmes – Northern Ireland Troubles motivated me (Mar 14): Belfast Telegraph
Maureen Coleman

Spirit of Enniskillen Trust – School principals concern at winding up: BBC

Peace III project making a real difference on the ground: Dundalk Democrat

Northern Ireland 'at disadvantage over corporation tax': Belfast Telegraph
Clare Weir

'Unwise to block free speech law' at Stormont: The News Letter
Sam McBride

The cupla focal and pious drivel that keeps Irish artificially alive (Mar 15): Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

Top QC says response to Green Brigade march like a 'police state': The Herald
Gerry Braiden

No, Scotland was not 'extinguished' in 1707 (Mar 12): The Scotsman
Paul Scott

Fears over police misuse of anti-sectarian powers (Feb 28): The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Scottish independence – Banking on currency union (Mar 15): The Scotsman
Charles Goodhart

Sunday, March 17

Mortar bomb 'aimed at murdering officers': The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Men sought by police in mortar probe: UTV

Suspects 'on way to bury guns in Republic': The News Letter

Dissident republican laid to rest: Sunday Independent
Jerome Reilly

Row erupts over Portadown Orange service plan: The News Letter
Victor Gordon

Frazer refused offer of move to loyalist wing: The News Letter
Michael McGlade

Pay hike won't wash with struggling electorate: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

There will be no terror shrine at Maze – Donaldson: The News Letter

Why our parties are strangling the integrated system (Mar 13): Belfast Telegraph
Lindsay Fergus

IRA victims renew call for Taoiseach apology: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

John Wayne's Ulster roots are celebrated on Orange marching drum (Feb 28): Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

I haven't given up hope of winning my first full cap... And don't judge James McClean unless you know him or understand Northern Ireland (Mar 5): Daily Mail
Mark McChrystal

Old Firm absence leads to drop in domestic violence: Scotland on Sunday
Eddie Barnes

Celtic fans' fury as Green Brigade accuse Strathclyde Police of 'heavy-handed' tactics: Scottish Daily Record
Lauren Crooks

Scottish independence – Northern Isles devolution bid: Scotland on Sunday
Tom Peterkin

Saturday, March 16

Sinn Fein walk out in protest at IRA charges: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Concerns over 'political policing' leads to walk out at Newry PCSP meeting: Newry Times
Paul Malone

PSNI expected to invest in drones: The News Letter

Nationalist majority is inevitable for North Belfast: Belfast Media
Anthony Neeson

Scant evidence to show that Stormont politicians are worth money we fork out: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Sinn Fein leader in South Coast with vow of non-violence: New Bedford Standard-Times
Steve Urbon

Derry supergrass Gilmour supports loyalist protestors on Israeli radio: Derry Journal

Unionist residents in east Belfast enter flag row case: Belfast Telegraph

Loyalist violence in town centre: Belfast Media
Anthony Neeson

Failed mortar bomb 'meant to kill': Belfast Telegraph

Three bailed over Real IRA rally: UTV

Leading unionists split over plans at Maze site: The News Letter
Victor Gordon

Young Conway Volunteer bandsman bound over to keep peace: BBC

Belfast interface home owners fail in court challenge: The News Letter

Robert Rodgers jailed over Eileen Doherty murder in Belfast: BBC

Loyalist killer jailed for Doherty murder: UTV

'Peacemakers talk to their enemies' – IRA bomb victim family make friends with Martin McGuinness: Daily Mirror
Luke Traynor

Murdered Ronan's mum to run half-marathon in tribute to young officer: Belfast Telegraph
Anna Maguire

'We need justice for Gary': Derry Journal

The lynch mob, the man of God and the truth about an atrocity seared on Britain's psyche: Daily Mail
Richard Pendlebury

The Spirit of Enniskillen Trust has closed: TheDetail.tv
Kathryn Torney

Threat to A5 upgrade is 'unthinkable': Donegal Democrat

Road campaigners' chance to go back to their routes: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

Wilson – You don't pick your country for a career: Irish Examiner
Liam Mackey

Far away from 'The Troubles' (Mar 13): Stillwater Gazette
Avery Cropp

Harry denies Mafia claims: Belfast Media
Ciara Quinn

RTÉ needs to challenge the papal bull: The Irish Times
Michael Ross

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