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Thursday, March 31

South Belfast parade incident – PSNI say disturbances during junior Orange Order parade "could have been avoided": Belfast Live
Chris Kilpatrick

'Baying for blood' of Orange parade officer slammed: The News Letter

Police 'deeply regret' any child hit with CS spray during Ormeau Orange Order parade violence: Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell and Cate McCurry

Junior Orange CS incident 'disturbing' says Foster: The News Letter

Police investigating threats against officer after Ormeau Road disturbance: Irish News
Allison Morris

Ormeau Road parade – Police Federation condemns release of officer's name and address on social media: Belfast Telegraph

'Lack of common sense' to blame for Orange youth parade fiasco: The News Letter

Unacceptable targeting of PSNI officer after Orange parade: Irish News
Editorial

"We are not Iron Man" – PSNI Craigavon hits back after spate of attacks on officers: Belfast Live
Sarah Scott

Some communities still feel disengaged from policing (Mar 29): Irish News
Allison Morris

Loyalist anger at dissident marches 'will swell Twaddell parade numbers': The News Letter

Unionists accused of 'overreacting' to 1916 memorial in Co Antrim: Irish News
Connla Young

"Outrageous and provcative display of republican emblems" in Rasharkin: Ballymoney Times
Claire Cartmill

Two men released over 'violent dissident activity': UTV

Group that murdered warder in vow to kill more staff: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Two IRSP members among people warned that personal details 'lost' by PSNI: Irish News
Connla Young

Gary Donnelly to contest disorderly behaviour charge: Derry Journal

Alex McCrory arrested over 1987 murders of undercover detectives: Irish News
Allison Morris

Baroness Paisley praises Dublin's Easter Rising commemorations: The News Letter
Sam McBride

1916 Rising leaders were 'egotists', Arlene Foster says: The Irish Times
Rodney Edwards

Easter Rising was 'dastardly' fruit of 'poisonous' ideology stemming from Fenians to Provos: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Fury as would-be Provo bomber Sean Lynch glorifies IRA as the heirs of 1916: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

The link from Pearse to Vinnie Ryan cannot be ignored: The Irish Times
Wesley Boyd

Housing Executive provides funds to commemorate Belfast family divided by Rising and Somme: Irish News
John Monaghan

Why Dublin's fine Easter Rising parade can teach us the true meaning of inclusion: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

We are all connected to the story of the Rising albeit for different reasons: Irish News
Allison Morris

It's time to tear down Easter Rising's hierarchy of victims: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

Celebrating the role of women in the 1916 Easter Rising (Mar 30): Irish News
Jim Gibney

War cannot purify, it can only corrupt: Belfast Telegraph
Brian McClinton

SF rallies around Boylan after she questioned use of daffodils at event: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn and Niall O'Connor

James Connolly's great-great-granddaughter told to 'go home' from 1916 event because of English accent: TheJournal.ie
Catherine Healy

Bill Clinton Recalls How the Irish Were Key to His Success in New York: New York Times
Amy Chozick

Bill Clinton urges Irish to find way through 'splintered electorate': The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

Irish Famine memorial facing further delays amid fears it could break election rules: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Belgium terror – Northern Ireland's past proves that dismissing Brussels terrorists as 'sick' will get us nowhere (Mar 23): Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Wednesday, March 30

Political process will not deliver a united Ireland – Billy McKee: Irish News
Connla Young

Continuity IRA pledges to 'strike at will': Ulster Herald

Armed struggle the only thing the British take notice of, says founder of Real IRA: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Monaghan assault rifles part of Michael McKevitt RIRA haul: Irish News
Allison Morris

New IRA warns of more attacks on 'age-old enemies' in Northern Ireland: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Police Federation reveal extent of PSNI officer's injuries after Crumlin brick attack: Belfast Telegraph

Lurgan disorder – Boy 'admitted blocking train line', court is told: The News Letter

The criminal justice system must take on dissident thuggery: The News Letter
Editorial

Images of dissidents damaging: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Irwin brands IRA graffiti at Laurelvale cricket ground 'sinister': The News Letter

Two officers hurt in parade disturbance in Belfast: UTV

Police defend using CS Spray during Ormeau Road Junior Orange Order parade: Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell and Cate McCurry

Unionist anger at police over Ormeau Road parade clash: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Belfast parade – Arlene Foster speaks to chief constable after CS spray used during junior Orange event: BBC

Scottish loyalist group Regimental Blues will 'take over duties' at Belfast's Twaddell protest camp: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Tories need to get their facts right: Belfast Telegraph
Naomi Long

'The choice within unionism is narrow but it's choice at least': Londonderry Sentinel
Terry Wright

McAllister faces April deportation date: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Police deny 'helping' put up Irish Tricolour for Easter Rising Belfast parade: Irish Independent

Furore over Easter Rising memorial: Larne Times
Victoria Leonard

Easter Rising – Masked men join 'INLA' march in Dublin: Irish News

British Army could attend Dublin event to remember Easter Rising troops: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Charles Moore's Daily Telegraph article generates backlash for likening Easter Rising rebels to Brussels bombers: Irish Post
James Cropper

Is it valid to compare 1916 rebels to Islamic State?: The Irish Times
John McManus

The Easter Rising bears harsh lessons for today's fight against extremism (Mar 28): Daily Telegraph
Nigel Jones

Debate on 1916 Rising shows Ireland's 'maturity', says Cork bishop: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Sinn Féin MEP stands over criticism of 1916 Rising commemoration parade: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor and Adrian Rutherford

There is something liberating in finally owning our history after so much struggle: Irish Independent
Shane Coleman

Battle for the positions of privilege lay at the heart of the Rising: Irish Independent
David McWilliams

Bruton wrong to claim Ireland could win independence by peaceful means alone: The Irish Times
Brian Murphy

Unionists know nothing about the Easter Rising's significance – deliberately: Irish News
Brian Feeney

The Irish people have reclaimed their history: Irish Independent
Editorial

Dignified ceremony marks new era for Ireland: Irish News
Editorial

Ideals of those who fought in 1916 Rising still not achieved, says Higgins: The Irish Times
Hugh Linehan

Baptism barrier is 'a dark stain on the national conscience': Irish Examiner

What would Constance Markievicz make of the position of women in the republic she helped win? (Mar 28): Irish Examiner
Ellen O'Malley Dunlop

Southern Cemetery flags must be taken down, bosses tell grieving families: Manchester Evening News
Beth Abbit and Todd Fitzgerald

Chilcott urges Irish living in UK to vote against 'Brexit': Irish Independent
Ciara Treacy

Tuesday, March 29

Nationalists not 'co-operating with police' on dissident threat: Irish News
Allison Morris

Significant sums of Provisional Semtex still in hands of dissidents: Irish News
Allison Morris

1916 parades – PSNI investigates suspected dissident breaches: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

'IRA' threatens to carry out attacks in Easter statement: Irish News
Connla Young

'We are the unfinished revolution' republican rally is told: Derry Journal
Eamon Sweeney

Petrol bombs thrown at police at Derry Easter commemoration: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Police rapped over dissidents' brazen shows of strength in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Middleton calls on PSNI to arrest members of Easter colour party: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Masked men should be behind bars – Foster: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

PSNI widow Kate Carroll slams dissident republicans' Easter Rising show of strength in Lurgan: Belfast Telegraph
Laura Abernethy

Two 15-year-olds charged with riotous behaviour after PSNI attacked in Lurgan: Belfast Live
Ryan Smith

Irish republicans are entitled to use 'whatever means' to end partition, says former IRA hunger striker Bernard Fox: Irish News
John Monaghan

PSNI approach hard to stomach for unionists, but it wins propaganda war: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Dissident display in Lurgan was disgrace: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Londonderry IRSP member – No working class struggle without national liberation struggle: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

News delivery firm to quit Co Armagh republican area after hijacking: The News Letter

Real IRA boss McKevitt attacks Sinn Féin as he is released from prison: Irish Independent
Suzanne Breen

Real IRA founder Michael McKevitt denies involvement in Omagh bombing at end of 20 year prison sentence: Irish Independent
Martin Grant

Republicans warned after PSNI lose document: Irish News
Connla Young

IRA flags at benefits office an 'attempt to intimidate': The News Letter

Policeman 'helps' republican erect tricolour in Belfast: Irish News
John Monaghan

Praise for 'dignified' Apprentice Boys parade in Lurgan: The News Letter

Unionist anger over huge Irish tricolour at Roger Casement memorial in Castlewellan: Belfast Telegraph

Easter Rising tribute at Co Down war monument 'modest' – SF: The News Letter

Former IRA man's speech at Border village criticised: The Irish Times
Rodney Edwards

Sinn Féin's deluded 1916 narrative now cited by dissidents to justify murders: Irish Independent
Fionnan Sheahan

Unionist politicians avoid the big day in Dublin: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Sinn Féin – Vote for us and we'll build an Ireland worthy of the men and women of 1916: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Gerry Adams 'a dinosaur living on fantasy island': The News Letter

Sinn Fein councillor ribbed for Ivory Coast flag tweet to mark Easter Rising: Belfast Live
Chris Kilpatrick

'Shame on you' – Heather Humphreys heckled as she laid wreath at Moore Street for 1916 Rising Centenary: Irish Independent
Allison Bray

Higgins – 'Britain needs to examine its history': Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

The Easter Rising was not a just war, says former Taoiseach John Bruton: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Islamic State and the Easter Rising: Daily Telegraph
Charles Moore

Commemoration in Dublin of Easter Rising very fitting: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

No triumphalism – only a feeling of belonging and respect: Irish Independent
Wayne O'Connor

Gay marriage – Teen asks DUP to explain why they voted against legalising same-sex marriages in Northern: Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

England faces its Sinn Féin moment of going 'Ourselves Alone': Irish Independent
Mary Kenny

Monday, March 28

Gerry Kelly – Countdown is on to a united Ireland: The News Letter

Division must end to achieve 1916 vision, says Gerry Adams: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Easter Rising centenary honours Irish rebels and cherishes 'a new peace': The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Disappointing that unionists were not in Dublin, says Dolores Kelly: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

British Ambassador present as Republic commemorates Rising: The News Letter

Easter Rising – British military casualties commemorated in NI: BBC

UUP leader honours British soldiers killed during Rising: The Irish Times

There is a new willingness to remember the police who died in the 1916 Rising: The News Letter
Marie Coleman

Atheists label Rising rebels 'undemocratic killers': The Irish Times
Ciarán D'Arcy

Falls Roads lined with spectators for Easter Rising parade in Belfast: Belfast Telegraph

Mixed emotions evident among onlookers at Rising event in Dublin: The News Letter
Adam Kula

Galway 1916 events focus on controversial western commander: The Irish Times
Lorna Siggins

1916 centenary – Hard to find fault with dignified and respectful commemorations: Irish Examiner
Caroline O'Doherty

1916 centenary – The day a nation stood proud and remembered: The Irish Times
Miriam Lord

Finally, we have remembered 1916 in a way that is measured and inclusive of all our history: Irish Independent
Richard McElligott

Our independence sprang from more than violence alone: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Politically we have just learned how to deal with the history of the Rising, so we can afford Britain some time to catch up: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

The Proclamation was a speech by Pearse, not a constitution: The Irish Times
Eunan O'Halpin

James Connolly, my father and me – the Irish Citizen Army leader's great-great nephew on the centenary of the Easter Rising: The Herald
Sean Bell

Easter 2016, our collective past (Mar 27): Sunday Independent
Editorial

The parallels between Easter Rising and recent events in Scotland: The Herald
David Torrance

'Give Easter Lily same status as Poppy' – council chairman: Ulster Herald

Republicans display tricolour beside town war memorial: The News Letter

DUP MLA condemns IRA 'D' Company commemoration march on Belfast's Falls Road: Irish News
John Monaghan

PSNI challenged over Lurgan republicans in paramilitary uniform: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Huge security operation at Coalisland parade: Ulster Herald
Ronan McSherry

Republican prisoner Tony Taylor addresses RNU Easter commemoration: Irish News
Connla Young

Unionist concerns over council-funded PIRA advert: The News Letter

New IRA and republican factions plotting attacks in north to coincide with 1916 centenary: Sunday World
Alan Sherry

Two men charged with possession of AK47s in Meath last week: Sunday World
Neil Fetherston

Unionist mural on the Falls Road attacked for the second time in a week: Belfast Telegraph

Former SF propaganda chief baffled by Carson mural: The News Letter

New York Times "invents the Irish," immediately warns them to shut up: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Cahir O'Doherty

Brexit peace fears are rubbish – Trimble: The News Letter
David McKittrick

Brexit Voices – EU links significant to strength of British-Irish relations: The Irish Times
Damian Collins

Sunday, March 27

British government praises Ireland for 'inclusive' 1916 centenary celebration: Sunday Independent
Ed Carty

Evolving question of Irish border: BBC
Chris Page

Leading Irish theologian condemns Easter Rising as unchristian: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

1916 stone unveiled – but boarded up in row over planning: Irish Independent
Deirdre Reynolds

Green or red? Belfast and Dublin split over 1916 postboxes: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Irish students believe 1916 leaders would not be proud of how Ireland is run today (Mar 24): Irish Independent

100 years on, the Irish lay to rest the ghosts of the Easter Rising: The Guardian
Ed Vulliamy

NY Times Op-Ed says the Irish are really British: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

Easter Rising – it is time to apologise to the Irish: Sunday Telegraph
Simon Heffer

Easter Rising – bloodbath that sparked terror: Sunday Express
John Lewis Stempel

Easter Rising – Divided by the past: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald and Alex Kane

Our Rebel hearts: Sunday Independent
Brendan O'Connor

Was jubilee the catalyst for the Troubles?: Sunday Independent
Roisín Higgins

Tony Blair pandered to extremism, raps Dolores Kelly over ex-PM's legacy: Belfast Telegraph
Cate mcCurry

Calls to remove Irish tricolour erected outside Protestant church in Co Armagh: Belfast Telegraph

Tricolour sparks war of words ahead of Rising commemorations: Ulster Herald

Masked men lead Republican Easter Rising anniversary march: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Denmark raises issue of death threats at ex-Quinn windfarm: Sunday Independent
Gavin McLoughlin

Arms race fear in Dublin feud over Provo weapons: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Female cop tipped for one of PSNI's top jobs, but fears of gender disparity remain: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

I can finally belt out Amhrán na bhFiann with the best of them (Mar 22): Irish Independent
Ann Fitzgerald

Activists draw over John Redmond's face on controversial College Green banner (Mar 25): TheJournal.ie
Catherine Healy

Insurance issues stop cross Border patients using South West Acute Hospital (Feb 27): Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Leading businessman accuses FSA of 'bullying' over label row (Mar 26): Irish News
Connla Young

Sturgeon compared to Sinn Fein heroine: The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

Ireland and Tamil Eelam – The Dialectics of National Oppression and Resistance: TeleSurTV.net
Athithan Jayapalan

Saturday, March 26

Report highlights the risks to young people growing up at NI interfaces: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Villiers hands over documents on 'Hooded Men' case: Portadown Times

McGuinness meeting brought back Claudy bomb memories for Hamilton: Londonderry Sentinel

Tony Blair says there is no widespread support for terrorism in Northern Ireland: BBC

Tricolour at Keady church 'act of intimidation': The News Letter

The Irish Republican Army's ghost of terrorists past: Rockford Register Star
James F. Burns

Nesbitt targets DUP in Foyle: Londonderry Sentinel
Peter Hutcheon

DUP councillor criticised over Facebook comments: Irish News
Connla Young

Man charged with trying to kill two police officers: UTV

The 'true' republicans – 'Nothing since 1919 is legitimate': The Irish Times
Peter Murtagh

Sinn Fein unveils its secret weapon at US 1916 dinner in Dublin: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

Edward Carson mural – 32 County Sovereignty Movement holds protest: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Easter Rising commemorations – Belfast post boxes go green...but Dublin's go red: Belfast Telegraph

Police urged to clamp down on any terror glorification at Rising events: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Gerry Adams lashes 'new Redmondites' and 1916 College Green banner: TheJournal.ie
Catherine Healy

Modern Ireland a place where differing views are respected: Belfast Telegraph
Charlie Flanagan

'Politics is ultimately more powerful than violence': Irish News
Colum Eastwood

Saying goodbye to the gun has made us better neighbours: Irish Independent
Gerard O'Regan

Paul Gillespie – 1916 was the start of a century of Ireland's influence on British imperial history: The Irish Times

50 years ago Paisley called for Falls Road flag removal, now it's Sinn Féin: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Why I politely declined my invitation to the 1916 Easter Rising commemorations: Irish Independent
Ivan Yates

We must not play down the faith of the 1916 leaders: The Irish Times
Breda O'Brien

Easter Rising was failed by those who came after: Irish News
Patrick Murphy

Martyrs With Guns and the Easter Rising: New York Times
Lawrence Downes

The Guardian view on the Easter Rising centenary – Ireland's history lesson for Britain: The Guardian
Editorial

Take pride in a great work in progress: Irish Examiner
Editorial

I'm scared that a grand coalition might work!: Connacht Tribune
Charlie Adley

Brexit could wipe €2bn off the value of Irish economy next year: Irish Independent
Donal O'Donovan

Friday, March 25

McGuinness challenged over QUB peace speech: The News Letter

United Ireland as far away now as it has ever been – Gregory Campbell: Derry Journal

Tony Blair – more work needed to end Northern Ireland segregation: The Guardian

Republican bid to 'mark territory' ahead of Easter Rising commemoration: The News Letter

Civil Service a cold house for Protestants because of bigotry, says Orange Order: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Unionists and republicans have little understanding of each side's cultural touchstones... the reflex action can be antipathy: Belfast Telegraph
Laurence White

McGuinness urges Mid Ulster to 'stick together' against dissidents in lead-up to Easter commemorations: Tyrone Times
Shauna Corr

'No evidence' to link men to attempted bomb attack, says lawyer: Irish Independent
George Jackson

Quinn Group attacks blamed on dissident republicans: The Irish Times
Rodney Edwards

Dialogue with dissidents 'a risk worth taking': UTV
Brian Rowan

Ex-Blue Peter beauty Zoe Salmon declines DUP request to run in Assembly election: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Former Foyle DUP MLA Maurice Devenney 'pushed out' by party: BBC

Outgoing Sinn Féin Senator Kathryn Reilly feels 'cast aside': The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

UDR memorial parade details: The News Letter

Protest call over UVF mural on Falls Road: The News Letter

Carson mural will be completed despite paint bomb attack on International Wall: Belfast Media
Brónach Ní Thuama

Services to pay tribute to dead of 1916 and conflict in North: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Easter Rising – Statue of James Connolly to be unveiled on Falls Road: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Gerry Adams on 1916 and the counter-revolution that followed: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

Easter Rising commemorations – The 1991 interview that has come back to haunt Gerry Adams: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Easter Rising – Division still rules in Belfast 100 years on from rebellion: The Independent
Adam Lusher

Easter Rising 1916 – 100 years of Anglo-Irish relations: BBC
Shane Harrison

Inventing the Irish: New York Times
Barry Kennerk

Revising Ireland's Easter Rising: Financial Times
Matthew Engel

Easter Rising 1916 – A noble act of revolt against tyranny that inspired world: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Donnelly

A new Ireland rethinks the Rising: Toronto Globe and Mail

Betrayal of 1916 ideals? Let's try and be proud of our achievements: Irish Independent
Dan O'Brien

Republic of Ireland census on Rising anniversary: BBC

Leaderless Ireland Still Ruled by Tribal Feuds: Daily Beast
Tom Sykes

This is no time for indecisive, weak government: The Irish Times
Joe Mulholland

New York State Common Retirement Fund takes £5 million punt on SME growth by investing in Kernel Capital: Irish News
Gary McDonald

Stephen Rea on 'never wanting a sectarian label' and the impact of his former wife's IRA conviction: Daily Telegraph
Tim Auld

New Zealanders choose to keep the Union Jack after rejecting a change to their national flag following an 18-month referendum costing $26 million: Daily Mail
Leith Huffadine

SF's Anderson under fire for 'failure' to condemn IS: The News Letter

Lessons of the past prove the road to lasting peace is a long and rocky one: Irish Independent
Liz O'Donnell

Thursday, March 24

Sinn Fein's McGuinness calls on republicans to respect events in unionist culture: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Loyalists apply to hold protest at republican Rising parade: Irish News
Connla Young

Unionist icon Edward Carson mural paint bombed on Belfast's Falls Road: Belfast Telegraph

My Opposition Bill is now law, paving way for normal politics: The News Letter
John McCallister

Former Foyle MLA Devenney to stand for Assembly as independent unionist: Derry Journal

Loyalists plan parade to commemorate 1,000 days since beginning of Twaddell protest: Irish News
John Monaghan

Mass cards, GAA talk, mention of child's confirmation and ashes spark fear in Orange Order civil service workers, report claims: Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

Orange Order complains of 'cold house' NI civil service: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Gerry McGeough elected president of Tyrone AOH: Irish News
Connla Young

Council agree to Armed Forces Flag flying: Coleraine Times

Co Antrim UDR memorial to be unveiled after six years work: The News Letter

Northern secretary allocates €54m for integrated education: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Integrated education – NI public wants single school system, poll finds: The News Letter
Adam Kula

Former IRA inmate calls for amnesty for political prisoners: The Irish Times
Kathryn Hayes

Gerry Adams' Rosa Parks hissy fit over White House wait an insult to African-America: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

Irish language group seeks meeting with Sinn Féin and SDLP: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Allister and McCallister at odds over Stormont Easter Rising event: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Ulster Unionist event examines Easter 1916 in Dublin: The News Letter

GAA men in WW1 should be remembered: The Irish Times
Seán Moran

I benefit from the bloodshed of 1916, but still I will not celebrate it: Irish Examiner
Victoria White

Shouting match as councillors lock horns over Alliance leaflet: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Claims of £25bn Irish reunification boost 'fantasy economics': The News Letter
Mark Rainey

DUP minister Jonathan Bell silent on Deti-commissioned Brexit report: Irish News
John Manley

Northern Ireland Office divided over stance on looming referendum: Belfast Telegraph

Minister Bell calls in solicitors over Brexit row with NI Chamber of Commerce chief McGregor: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

'Threat' UK could break up if EU leave vote succeeds when Scotland wants to stay: The Herald

Brexit supporters and Scottish independence advocates believe in a 'false freedom', says David Mundell: The Independent
Chris Green

Belgium attacks – Foster and McGuinness voice solidarity with the wounded capital of EU: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Belgium will respond with the same resilience as Northern Ireland, says MEP Dodds: Belfast Telegraph
Diane Dodds

Wednesday, March 23

Unification of Ireland 'would benefit economies North and South', claims international study: Irish Examiner

DUP slams report claiming Northern Ireland would be better off in united Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
John Downing

Martin McGuinness – Peace process must move to 'reconciliation phase': Irish News
John Manley

David Ford has been a total failure: Belfast Telegraph
Johnny Andrews

Tory MPs question McDonnell 'IRA support' in Osborne row: UTV

Mary Lou McDonald: 'I was subjected to very invasive searches by US authorities': Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

UUP's Patterson – Sinn Féin has republicanised St. Patrick: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Calls mount for removal of IRA flags erected close to Belfast college: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Mid Ulster council denies deal on Magherafelt flag pole: Mid Ulster Mail

Prison officer Adrian Ismay's funeral told of New IRA's 'dark deed': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Wife of murdered prison officer Adrian pays loving tribute to 'my darling Izzy': Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Trade Unionists in silent vigil for murdered prison officer: The News Letter

Dangerous criminals – Prison officer's funeral: Irish Examiner
Editorial

I still look over my shoulder, says ex-prison officer: The News Letter

Proper policing totally lacking in Holylands havoc: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Sinn Féin accused of 'show-boating' as Dáil reconvenes: UTV Ireland

"It's almost like the modern day Syria" – Crossmaglen documentary maker on The Troubles' impact on the club: Newstalk.com
Raf Diallo

Libya's new stance on IRA terror payouts 'welcome news', says UK minister: The News Letter

1916 Easter Rising – Irish Citizen Army flag returned to Dublin by Enniskillen museum: BBC

Sign me up gladly for a hate-free Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Ian Malcolm

Transposing our values back a century is a nonsense: Irish News
Brian Feeney

'IDS resignation exposes Sinn Fein's weakness on welfare' – Ritchie: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Builders, authors and entertainers – 500 PSNI officers have second job: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

'I'll probably go back to Tesco... and I'll be better paid too' – Three newly qualified gardai have quit force over low pay: Irish Independent
Cathal McMahon

Brexit 'could be worth €6bn', NTMA believes: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Death driver Anto Hagans hired by Sinn Fein linked group to repair IRA memorial: The Sunday Life
Ciaran Barnes

£700m PEACE money jeopardised by 'Brexit', warns Murphy: Newry Times
Paul Malone

IFS – Scotland to get billions of English income tax: Daily Telegraph
Simon Johnson

Terror in Brussels – Attacks 'deplorable' – McGuinness: Derry Journal

Tuesday, March 22

Over half of Irish people want a united Ireland: TheJournal.ie
Paul Hosford

'Peace process' entrenched loyalist and republican paramilitary influence: The News Letter
Owen Polley

Assembly Speaker McLaughlin wants successor to be from small party: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Mitchel McLaughlin – 'I never had any doubt that I was doing the right thing': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

DUP MLA denies trying to edge ahead alphabetically on ballot: The News Letter

Alleged senior dissidents Colin Duffy, Henry Fitzsimons and Alex McCrory to stand trial accused of trying to kill police officers: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Pipe bomb found in Londonderry; security alert in Ballymena: The News Letter

Gang behind pipe bomb attack linked to earlier incidents: Belfast Media
Evan Short

Drive-by shooting outside a primary school in Northern Ireland as parents collected their children leaves one man injured: Daily Mail
Anthony Joseph

Gun attack at school gates showed 'breathtaking recklessness': Portadown Times

Northern Ireland prison visits cancelled ahead of murdered prison officer Adrian Ismay's funeral: Belfast Telegraph

Gardai arrest woman (20s) as part of investigation into murder of Vincent Ryan: Irish Independent

People behind IRA flags in West Belfast defend the move in the face of calls to remove them: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Furore over Orange Order comparison to Ku Klux Klan by Sinn Fein candidate: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Apprentice Boys banned from marching around Anglican church: The News Letter

Don't blame the messenger, Professor Brewer, when nobody is listening to your message: The News Letter
Alex Kane

'Kill the taig' thugs escape jail terms after Belfast assault: The Sunday Life
Christopher Woodhouse

Alliance councillors seemingly at odds with leader on 1916 events: The News Letter

Unionists standing firm in refusal to attend 1916 celebration events: The News Letter

1916 – Unionists had considered armed rebellion: Irish News
Alex Kane

Relatives of Easter Rising dead reject Glasnevin wall: Irish Examiner
Claire O'Sullivan

1916 commemorations should not glorify violence, says bishop: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

'Fianna Fail can go into power with Sinn Fein', says former Tanaiste Mary Coughlan: Irish Mirror
Blanaid Murphy

US election does not provide a great political example: Irish News
Fionnuala O Connor

Unionist peer slams Jim Molyneaux gay claims: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray and Christopher Woodhouse

Brink's heist may become a Hollywood film: Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
Gary Craig

Painting of Pope blessing King Billy shunned in shame but now SDLP man wants it to take pride of place up on Hill: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Cops to spy on Celtic and Rangers fan forums in bid to halt hooligans ahead of Old Firm clash: Scottish Daily Record
Chris Clements

Monday, March 21

Ruth Patterson – Emma Pengelly name change 'smacks of desperation': Irish News
Brendan Hughes

'Politicians can make a difference if we are committed enough' (Mar 19): The News Letter

Irish terrorist Gerry Adams whines on Twitter about US airport security: Vox
Dylan Matthews

Far-right group uses old Moygashel sign to stir fresh racial tensions: Mid Ulster Mail
Shauna Corr

Committee set up to campaign for release of Derry republican Tony Taylor: Irish News
Connla Young

Fourth arrest made in Vincent Ryan murder investigation: The Irish Times

Hooded Men may have been given mind altering drugs: Irish News
Connla Young

Archbishop Eamon Martin in appeal to find 'Disappeared': The Irish Times

The 'Bandit Country' team which helped shape a generation: Irish News
Allison Morris

We hated the Army, but when a soldier was killed the same time as my son died I shared his mum's pain: Belfast Telegraph

Crossmaglen Rangers – a GAA community that stood up to the British: Irish Independent
Joe Brolly

'Terrorist' fashion video an insult to women of Northern Ireland (Mar 19): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

1916 Easter Rising – David Ford declines to attend commemoration of 'violence': BBC

1916 and the stain of violence which still blights our history (Mar 19): Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Forever changing history – Parity of esteem: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Once again, the FoI Act reveals dubious practices at Stormont (Mar 19): The News Letter
Editorial

Plans to ban firms describing their food products as Irish: Irish News
Connla Young

Label controversy has raised its head in the past: Irish News
Connla Young

A cure has been found for Irish-language phobia (Mar 4): The Irish Times
Aoife Valentine

RTÉ – Solution to online access in north 'lies with internet providers' (Mar 16): Irish News
John Monaghan

Corporation tax – Cut in Great Britain's rate 'disadvantages' NI: BBC

Should Ireland extend the vote to emigrants? I vote no (Feb 16): The Irish Times
Fionnuala Zinnecker

Australians want to keep the Queen (Jan 27): Daily Telegraph
Editorial

Will Queen Elizabeth be long to reign over Oz? (Jan 27): The Irish Times
Editorial

Celtic and Rangers clash will be calmed by Offensive Behaviour at Football Act, insists Lord Advocate Frank Mulholland: Scottish Daily Record
Marion Scott

Without our own words, we Gaels are silenced (Feb 24): The Herald
Angus Peter Campbell

Sunday, March 20

Adams's US snub 'linked to IRA report on criminality': Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Happy St Patrick's Day to Gerry Adams: Sunday Telegraph
Simon Heffer

An administrative input error or just a good call?: Sunday Independent
Carol Hunt

White House Chief of Staff addresses Gerry Adams exclusion from White House: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

What power brokers really do in the US on St Patrick's Day: Sunday Independent
Stephen Rae

Gerry won't give up his seat: Sunday Independent
Brendan O'Connor

NI21 a noble project beset by controversy from the off (Mar 15): Belfast Telegraph
Yvette Shapiro

Boyle – Unfortunate that flags are used 'to mark territory': Coleraine Times
Nichola Neill

PSNI efforts over hate crimes praised (Mar 17): Belfast Telegraph
Lesley Houston

In my experience, being in a mixed marriage is no big deal (Mar 17): Irish News
Newton Emerson

Daughter of poppy day victim in appeal (Mar 15: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Terror group offer to take out shooter linked to Regency Hotel murder: Sunday World
Paula Mackin

IRA dissidents out to hijack 1916 commemorations: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

View from the North – Mixed opinions on the meaning of 1916 (Mar 19): The Irish Times
Susan McKay

1916 – Attitudes to commemorations have reflected the politics of the time: Irish News
Margaret O'Callaghan

Nama chair Daly demands that Stormont committee correct unsubstantiated claims (Mar 17): The Irish Times
Barry O'Halloran

DUP ministers 'out of their depth' over £1.25bn Nama loan sale (Mar 10): Irish News
John Manley

Casement Park fiasco big kick in teeth for Sinn Fein (Mar 17): Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Strong push against religion by minority of political forces (Feb 25): Irish Catholic
Martin Mansergh

Galway officially becomes country's first bilingual city (Mar 7): Connacht Tribune

Freedom of Information is key to public transparency (Mar 2): The News Letter
Editorial

The Irish Car Bomb – the controversial drink with a split reputation (Mar 17): The Guardian
Robert Simonson

The Great Eckscape – Independent Scotland would have been in financial straitjacket thanks to £15billion black hole (Mar 10): Scottish Daily Record
David Clegg

Fear the Scottish Nationalists? Then join the resistance: The Guardian
Kevin McKenna

Freed Basque leader Arnaldo Otegi in peace process pledge (Mar 16): Irish News
Jim Gibney

Saturday, March 19

Sinn Fein's McGuinness on Christ and faith: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Shadow of the gunman and Adams's legacy continue to hamper Sinn Féin: Irish Independent
Shane Coleman

SDLP in second Assembly candidate row: Ulster Herald

More women will make Stormont fairer, not better: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Steady decline in number of Protestant civil servants concerns Orange Order: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Flags in Coleraine are 'provocative': Coleraine Times
Nichola Neill

Council rejects nationalist bid to overturn bonfire funding vote: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

'Leave me alone' plea from Limavady graffiti victim: The News Letter

Restrictions placed on Apprentice Boys Easter Monday parade: Irish News
Connla Young

Hotel apologises to Apprentice Boys: The News Letter
Olga Cathers

Loyalist group denies lobbying for addiction funding: Irish News

Staff attack fears over removal of 1916 Easter Rising memorial in Lurgan: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Prisoners refused compassionate parole due to dissident threat: Irish News
Allison Morris

Man in court charged with murder of prison officer Adrian Ismay: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Adrian Ismay – Second postmortem to challenge murder charge as prison officer's friends call for state funeral: Belfast Live
Jilly Beattie and David Young

New Lodge attack – Pipe bomb explodes outside house in north Belfast: Belfast Telegraph

Third man arrested over Vincent Ryan murder: UTV

Six questions shameless Omagh bomber Seamus Daly must answer: Belfast Telegraph
Sean O'Driscoll

Hooded men – Villiers ordered to give sworn statement: BBC

Deadline for Secretary of State testimony on 'hooded men': UTV
Alan Erwin

1981 hunger strike – Sinn Fein MLA recalls the prison protests 35 years on: Derry Journal
Eamon Sweeney

Irish beauty video team defends 'IRA-look' machine gun model to represent Northern Ireland in the '70s: Belfast Telegraph
Caitlin McBride and David Young

Easter Rising was not a 'just war' – and it gave a false legitimacy to IRA: Irish Independent
David Quinn

An Ireland already changing on the eve of the Easter Rising: Irish Independent

Sinn Fein plan a series of events to mark Easter 1916: Derry Journal

1916 Rising wasn't just or lawful, says legal chief Larkin: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Attorney General – Easter Rising was profoundly wrong and undemocratic: The News Letter
Sam McBride

We should concentrate on the values and ideals as expressed by tomorrow's Irishmen and Irishwomen: Irish Examiner
Michael Clifford

News from US does not address our serious economic problems: Irish News
Patrick Murphy

'Brexit will erode our rights' – says Anderson: Derry Journal

The annual sectarian and alcohol spree in the Holylands: The News Letter
Editorial

Fuss over corporation tax now starting to look pointless: Irish News
Newton Emerson

'Significant objections' to A5 revealed: Tyrone Times

Commemoration event axed as police deploy anti-sectarian football unit to focus on Easter Rising celebrations: Glasgow Evening Times
Gerry Braiden

Friday, March 18

David McNarry signals intention to quit with swipe at SF: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Retiring Stormont MLAs will be missed but what is their legacy?: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

'Judge me on my record' – McLaughlin: UTV
Tracey Magee

Willie Frazer – I'll work with SF if 'IRA members' stand aside: The News Letter

Gerry Adams calls for review of US security for Sinn Fein after Martin Ferris detained for several hou: Belfast Telegraph
Philip Ryan

Gerry Adams's White House party refusal escalates to top Obama aides: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell and Suzanne Lynch

Now Sinn Féin claim TD Ferris was 'held for hours' at Boston airport: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan

Delusions of grandeur for Adams as SF choose to forget their past US favours: Irish Independent
Fionnan Sheahan

NI political system 'rigged in favour of incumbents' (Mar 14): The News Letter

Loyalists hold St Patrick's Day flag protest: The News Letter

St Patrick's Day celebrations in Belfast marred by IRA chants: Belfast Telegraph

Tricolour erected on crane in Coleraine: Coleraine Times
Nichola Neill

Flags – Saint Patrick's not the Tricolour: Londonderry Sentinel

Adrian Ismay family left with 'big sorrow in their heart': BBC

Ismay murder – 'Don't believe the propaganda: guards are the ones being mistreated': The News Letter

Foster disgusted by dissidents who celebrated killing: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

SF stance on jail officer murder 'nauseating': The News Letter

Stupid people who killed my neighbour on the wrong side of history: Irish News
Alex Kane

Adrian Ismay death – condemnation is cheap if mainstream republicans still justify own misdeeds: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

Seamus McGuigan faces trial over bid to set off bomb near special school: Belfast Telegraph

Compensation fight will go on, vows ex-UDR man Colin Worton cleared of killing Catholic: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Daughter of Patrick McVeigh killed by British army says Pope replied to her quicker than PSNI: Irish News
Connla Young

'Murphy should appear at Kingsmills inquest': The News Letter

Charles's pain at 'pointless' Mountbatten death: Irish Independent
Nina Massey

Wreath laid for murdered Sappers Quinsey and Azimkar: The News Letter

Hooden men documentary and talk in Lurgan: Irish News
Connla Young

The Right Hon James Molyneaux – war hero and distinguished unionist leader (Mar 15): The News Letter
Editorial

Poots wins bid to overturn 'gay blood' rulings: UTV
Alan Erwin

Gay blood ruling a victorious day for Edwin Poots: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Poots – Verdict helps restore faith in judiciary: The News Letter
Sam McBride

NI peacemaker leads NYC St Patrick's Day parade: UTV

Brexit would be disastrous for the tourism sector in Northern Ireland, warns leading hotel boss Lord Rana (Mar 10): Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Brexit will be 'a disaster' for Mid Ulster (Mar 10): Mid Ulster Mail

On crunch Brexit vote, Irish could help swing close campaign: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Aston Villa's Jack Grealish is given Fifa permission to play for England: The Guardian

Thursday, March 17

President Obama urges NI leaders to implement peace agreements: BBC

Anna Lo – Alliance may leave government: The News Letter

SF speaker in farewell rally cry to keep moving forward: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Politics of fear is not the way to empower unionism: Irish News
Allison Morris

Assembly will be hard act to follow: Belfast Telegraph
Will Chambre

Sinn Fein Speaker credit to post: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

'Practice what you preach Martin': Londonderry Sentinel

Gerry Adams refused entrance to White House St. Patrick's Day reception: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

US Secret Service says sorry to Gerry Adams for security 'error': The Irish Times
Sarah Bardon and Simon Carswell

Gerry Adams slammed for comparing White House exclusion to Rosa Parks: Irish Examiner
Daniel McConnell and Elaine Loughlin

Northern Ireland leaders and Barack Obama discuss Adrian Ismay death: BBC

Prison officer Adrian Ismay was murdered – post mortem results revealed: Belfast Telegraph

Family of murdered prison officer Adrian Ismay 'totally and utterly devastated': Irish Independent

Police widow Kate Carroll urges family of prison officer Adrian Ismay to 'hold their heads high': Belfast Telegraph

Prison officer Adrian Ismay trained alleged bomber in lifesaving techniques, it is claimed: Belfast Live
Chris Kilpatrick

Adrian Ismay casualty of sick battle between 'purists' to be seen as true heirs of 1916: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Prison officer Adrian Ismay another name added to list of dead as thugs of republicanism try to prolong Troubles: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

For the safety of society, we must get tough with dissidents: The News Letter
Editorial

Death of Adrian Ismay casts pall over all that's positive in a changed Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Good Friday murder plot to shoot prison officer uncovered by police intelligence: Belfast Live
Jilly Beattie

Lurgan 'dissident republican' sent for trial over bomb planted at school: The News Letter

Peace line residents 'have poorer mental health': UTV

Number of women in Assembly 'still nowhere near good enough', says Speaker (Mar 15): Belfast Telegraph

Burnside fury at BBC's Molyneaux 'companion' coverage (Mar 15): The News Letter
Sam McBride

Mixed marriage association refused funding by Stormont (Mar 15): Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Basil McCrea bows out with no final dig at nemesis McCallister: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Basil McCrea had the chance to build a significant movement, but he blew it: The News Letter
Sam McBride

St Patrick mural in south Belfast faces planning probe: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Professor slams 'conflict journalism at its worst' (Mar 11): The News Letter

An Unsung Hero of Irish peace process steps back center stage: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Debbie McGoldrick

In praise of Belfast: The Guardian
Glenn Patterson

Sinn Féin challenge over council funding decision has 'no merit': Ballymena Times
Russell Keers

We must learn from bloody past (Mar 15): Belfast Telegraph
Duncan Morrow

UK corporation tax rate reduction will close gap on north: Irish News
Simon Cunningham

Independent TDs want neutrality enshrined in Constitution (Mar 16): Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

Hollywood star Jeremy Renner in line to play IRA 'Blanket man' and Brinks-MAT heist mastermind Sam Millar in film (Mar 16): Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Wednesday, March 16

'We owe peace in North of Ireland to EU', says former Irish President Mary McAleese: Irish Post
James Mulhall

Brexit a 'world of Danger'- Sinn Fein MEP: Derry Journal

Foster and McGuinness to work together regardless of Brexit vote outcome: The News Letter

EU referendum – Northern Ireland peace process could be set back by Brexit, says Lord Mandelson: The Independent
Charlie Cooper

Mandelson EU exit claims 'just plain nonsense': The News Letter

Chamber calls for Jonathan Bell's Brexit comments to be struck from Stormont record: Irish News
John Manley

McCandless responds to shocking Sinn Fein comments on violence: Ballymoney Times

A picture perfect illustration of just what peace means: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

New IRA plot carnage for 1916 centenary: Sunday World
Alan Sherry

Prison officer injured in booby trap bomb explosion dies 11 days after attack: Irish Mirror
Sheena McStravick

Post-mortem to decide if death of prison officer treated as murder: Irish News
Allison Morris

Fitzgerald condemns 'cowardly' attack on NI prison officer: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Attack on prison officer the latest in a spate of violent dissident activity: The News Letter

Bombed prison officer Adrian Ismay had vowed to dedicate rest of his life to saving others: Belfast Live
Jilly Beattie and Chris Kilpatrick

Deadly dissident republican campaign is pointless and must stop: Irish News
Editorial

Judge rules Prison Service filming of strip searches illegal: The News Letter

Dissident Colin Duffy to seek judicial review over bugging fears: The Irish Times
Alan Erwin

Two men arrested by gardai investigating murder of Real IRA dissident Vincent Ryan: Irish Independent
Cathal McMahon

'Touts Need SHOOT?' graffiti condemned: Derry Journal

Loyalists threaten to protest during Belfast Rising parade: Irish News
Connla Young

Concern over rival republican events: The News Letter

Ian Paisley mocks Easter Rising saying Twelfth 'celebrates victory': Irish News

Unionists to debate 1916 at SF pow wow: Londonderry Sentinel

British who died in Easter Rising should be remembered, says Sinn Fein's McLaughlin: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Relatives of 1916 rebels criticise plans to remember British soldiers: The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

Sinn Fein charging £10 for tricolours to celebrate Easter Rising: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

SDLP conference in Derry sets the tone for Stormont election: Derry Journal
Eamon Sweeney

I'm finished with politics, says Basil McCrea – bombshell announcement sounds death knell for NI21: Belfast Telegraph
Yvette Shapiro

McCallister – McCrea's decision to quit nothing to do with me: The News Letter

Decision on Lisnaskea Irish speaking school may have been 'political': Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

O'Dowd school buildings cash shows Irish obsession – DUP: The News Letter

St Patrick's Day – For all of us to embrace shared legacy: Belfast Telegraph
Brian M Walker

IRA victims unite to tell MLAs impact terror has had on lives: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Witness loses action alleging State broke promises: The Irish Times

Victims' shock at 'peace' cash for McCreesh council: The News Letter

Northern Ireland outshone by Republic as recovery falters: Financial Times
Vincent Boland and Henry Mance

Documents highlight Stormont tensions over major US trade deal: TheDetail.tv
Niall McCracken

North to forge stronger ties with U.S.: Irish Echo
Anthony Neeson

Alliance pamphlet ignites furious row among Belfast councillors: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Sinn Féin doesn't fancy government, but thinks the other two should 'end the sham': TheJournal.ie
Hugh O'Connell

A weak Irish government is bad news for the north: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Celtic may face SPFL investigation following reports of chants: BBC



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